19 Burst results for "Mary Ellen"

"mary ellen" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:51 min | 11 months ago

"mary ellen" Discussed on KTOK

"Everyone from Rose, Mary Ellen Kylie. Very. She was one heck of a writer, reporter and dear friend of all of us with the show and welcome back to goes to ghost, George Noory with you and let's go right to the calls. Matthew in New Jersey. Welcome to the program. Hi, Matthew. What you got for us? Hi, George. Great to be on. Thank you. Thank you. I would talk about the I've grew up in South Philly in a row home and there was a lot of strange current is in that house. It started when I was a baby. My my, my crib, shuck. My mom seemed the croup shaking and then chased, eh? I guess what you would call now There's a shadow figure down to the basement. Oh, jeez. Hearing later, a friend of mine who did not know the story saw a shadow figure on the stairs moving up and down. Which obvious that's obviously strange. Um and you know, with the road home, so there was a lot of weird noises and things you know, you could have heard those noises through the walls or whatever, but a couple of the other weird things. I've been with my with my wife for since since we were watching a movie in the dark and two TV the way the light came off, you know, on an angle and the cat. My cat was in the light, and we both saw This football shaped shadow come out of the darkness. Touch the cat on the But the cat turns around looks in shock. Like what? What's there? The shadow just disappears. We had no sign of it. I searched the whole house for like droppings if it was some type of animal or something, but Neither of us all legs or a tale. It was floating another. That was another strange one. Um And then the really weird one that your producer really liked was I was in the kitchen of my house with my sister and two friends..

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Travel to Kerala, India

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

04:16 min | 1 year ago

Travel to Kerala, India

"I'd like to welcome to the show Mary. ELLEN WARD FROM BREATHE DREAM GO DOT COM, and India for beginners. Dot Com and mary-ellen has come to talk to us about Carola India burial, and welcome to the show. Thank you very much for having me and and we were just discussing the fact that we've known each other since probably about two thousand and ten. It took us a while to try and figure that out as we're in that kind of it's been. So long sort of things, but it's great to talk to you in I. Think a number of people suggested when I said I wanted to do Carola Oh have you talked to Mary Ellen and I thought Oh you're so right because what's your connection with Caroline? Connection is mostly with India in general and Carola. We're talking about today, but I've been travelling to India since two thousand and five and my blog specializes in focusing on India, not specifically in Carola. But careless just one of the many states that I've been to many times and it is actually one of my favorite. Rank them. I think it would definitely be in the top three. So. Blogging about India for fifteen years and then only recently started doing tours, which is that second you're we mentioned India for beginners, Dot Com. But why should someone go to Carolina Carolina is often considered the ideal landing place for a first time visitor to India, and there's a number of reasons for that and one of them is just that it's a more gentle laid back. Type of place it's it's in the south of India. So if you look at the map of India, which is the down in the south is the tropical part where all the beautiful white sand palm-lined beaches are, and that's Carola. So it's a tropical state with gorgeous beaches. It has a very unique rich culture. It has quite a varied landscape it has more than just beaches. A mountain range called the Western guts, which is considered one of the top biodiversity hotspots on the planet, and it's got a very unique feature called the backwaters, which is nine hundred kilometer network of canals. Through very traditional cultural farming area. So you can really feel like you're going back in time. Just so many good reasons to visit. Carol, it's a really beautiful state clump and where would you start us with? With Carola, well, I gave us a lot of thought because it's quite a big state. It's very long narrow state. And if we're GONNA talk in the timeframe of two weeks, which is what a lot of people sort of plan for than my ideal tinder starts in Cochin also known as Fort Cocchi it's Kinda got two names, which is if you look at the Carolinas along narrow states halfway from top to bottom. So unfortunately with the site to newry were not addressing north? Carolina which is less touristy and also very beautiful but we have to honor the timeframe. So we're going to start in coaching and coach in. Small historical area that's within a great big city. There's a big modern cindy around it. Call Ear Knock Elam but coach is this one little area at the tip of concealed that jumps into the harbor. There's a natural harbour there and it's very historical area going back hundreds and hundreds of years. It's been a spice trading port for hundreds of years. I don't even know how hard AC but from about the sixteenth century until the independence of. India in nineteen, forty seven. So we're talking for over four hundred years. It was occupied variously by colonial powers most specifically the Portuguese and the Dutch both left a big imprint on the area. So coaching is a its historical has a lot of colonial architecture, and it's a tourist area in the sense that it's set up for tourism. There's a lot of cafes restaurants. There is beautiful tree lined streets you can walk it's very walkable. It's very safe. And it's a small area. So we're only talking about few kilometers square. So it's easily walkable. So this is kind of an ideal place to get your feet wet and really enjoy the ambiance of the place

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"mary ellen" Discussed on Monsters In The Morning

Monsters In The Morning

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"mary ellen" Discussed on Monsters In The Morning

"They're saving. Well. They're now now now. I guess I owe. and. Mary Ellen apology because they were right Yeah Hammer. You. Honestly the past few days I've really appreciated that you that you've come out the knowledge that you're asking questions so that you can get better at this and it and it's going to take work because it's something that you've grown up with, and it's not been something in your forefront that you have to. Always Conquer and Do you know what I mean like? It is something to conquer in the way that you have to change your mindset in the way that you speak in the way that you shoot I. Appreciate the certainly didn't mean in a racist. I like the kid as much Attivo. And I thought he was like. You. Always going to be harder for only smoke like the rock. But it's always going to be harder for you because. You'RE GONNA grow. Well, you know what I'm stopped trying. When we come back to some trivia at your chance to win some stuff, all you gotta do is get on the line for seven, nine, one, six, one, zero, four, one or toll-free. It's triple, eight, nine, seven, eight, one four one. You're listening to the Macho the morning. Not that there's anything wrong with radio gets on your own. Exceptions what up Orange County? smartphone APP search for real. Radio One zero four.

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"mary ellen" Discussed on Movin 92.5

Movin 92.5

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"mary ellen" Discussed on Movin 92.5

"Mary Ellen who's on the phone right now. She was serving table and some dude hit her up. And now he's not calling her back. And she's wondering why you actually you actually fell for that. Usually different was he a smooth as I described or was it even better. Lesson than that little less drop. The electric lemonade thing. Did he? The servers every single time. You stop sugary drinks. Your Email said that this guy was actually somebody who you waited on. How did that go down? How do you get your number? And definitely different than all the other repeated that on at the bar. What's his name, by the way? On tommy. And you're at a bar while this is happening yet. I car Kelly tras at a bar, and he was one of my bar cables. Right. The serving in drink awesome. So did he actually ask you for your phone number or did he try the thing of leaving it on the receipt? Now, he actually did ask me at the end. And he did it really respectfully. And this is the only time that it ever actually went for it. What did he say? Specifically, he said, I'm sure that happens all the time. But you seem like a really cool girl. You didn't touch good job of care of me. And I was. Date if I can give you my number. You can call me if you decide to do that..

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"mary ellen" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"mary ellen" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Right. Right. Right. And they're working together. I say they sound like they're in tandem with one another right? I can picture tambi saying all right? You do this part? I'll do this. But we both allegation. Just good thing. When you have somebody like, you know, they got to orchestrate your life did sometimes takes more than it takes a village to do Mary Ellen Clifton. I tiny say, look, I have my hands full you do this much. And I'll do this the biggest heart that you have the can't in. That's how that works. How does that make sense to me? Yeah. No. I totally agree with that. I want to thank you for taking time today. And I want to thank our sponsors for their input and helping us keep the show going forward. I know have always been grateful for all of our sponsors. So ellen. I want to thank you for your time today. Also and letting people know this is real folks, you have very special universal beings that come down in catsuits in Mary Ellen's guys that will touch your heart and will guide your life. Even when they're only other side and even more strongly when they're on the other side, and everything is okay. Straighted basically out of the fibers of your soul in your heart. If you'll just listen, we'd say, absolutely, absolutely. Yes. Yes. And I'm so grateful to you Brent because none of this would have been possible. If I had if Tammy not let me to you. And all that I have learned I'm grateful that Tammy gave me this opportunity. But I think everything's sort of preplanned, and that the people that are supposed to wake up our live to people that will help wake them up. And I think that this is all part of learning that there is no separation between heaven and earth, and that they're even they say there's a rainbow bridge. It's a polling, and it's not a place and. When you realize there's no separation you haven't own going continuing relationship that makes a whole difference in your life, and it makes your life very full. Yes. And it really helps us process our grief because we cannot stay in the grief stage indefinitely. They do want us to move forward and choice. You have to choose to move forward. Right. Right. And they will help us. They definitely yes. Definitely help us. And I think that's important the minute. You choose to allow spirit to help you from the other side they'll step right in and zippy do go to work, but as long as you shut them off not choosing. Now, there's a period of grief that you need to stay in. That's just work through it. But there comes a time after that where you're get the opportunity to choose to allow spirit to be part of your life within that just makes your life blossoming growth. Right. Right. And I think shutting down in quitting because of grief doesn't let your life evolve in blossoming grow. So our message today is to. Even when the little pit sued has transitioned let the ever living spirit that wrecked and help your life to continue to blossom and grow until you meet them only on the side. And then that way, you won't be any whiten in between you can be busy with them every day until you join absolutely. And I think that's what's so much more rewarding. Don't you? Oh, yes. Uh? Thank you of everybody. Listen, Mary, Ellen is an administrator over in our group animal life after death,.

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"mary ellen" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"mary ellen" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Listen, Mary, Ellen is an administrator over in our group animal life after death, and she will be more than glad to answer questions for you. In our Facebook group and help you through your grief and help you transition and learning that living spirit can make your life, just full and wonderful and full new adventures. And we thank everybody who's listening today. Taking time out to do that. Again, we thank our sponsors. And we'll look forward to seeing you visit me on YouTube. Yeah. And we'll be doing classes and join our group animal life after death, Mary Ellen and a bunch other one full administrators can help you you your heart and get you moving forward with continuing never ending love. Thanks for listening. Babba? Let's talk pets every week on demand. Only on pet light radio dot com. Doglovers? Welcome to Dr gone to the dogs. I'm your host, Dr Katharine Fram. And I'm a small animal veterinarian and dolled lover I like to use this show to educate my job loving listeners about ways to make sure that their dog are always happy and healthy today is sort of a special day because I have a guest with me. Dr Chris buyers who is a critical care specialists. That's all learn when we need to seek emergency medical care for our dog and how we can kind of tell the difference. So we'll be right back with Dr buyers accurate word from our sponsors. Does.

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"mary ellen" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

06:52 min | 2 years ago

"mary ellen" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Can find that you can find your phone call if you know approximately where you were listening to you tie, our or listen to your own phone, call very important. I tell call is that all the time. Let's get a good example, Dan that last one because we could have open gotten more information from that one on the other side if we kept going with it. Okay. And again, I'm in fairness everybody I'd love to give everybody ten minutes. But obviously, the sixty minutes and hours, I'm trying to keep it about three minutes person. Let's roll now with Mary Ellen inland Marielle, and you know, the drill your own with Kerry younger ready ahead. Dan. Hi Carey Ellen very Allen Ellen Mary Ellen, Nicole. Are you around an okay. Yes. And when you were tuning into energy, and I got red around you. So she showing me the red. So about you being passionate. Or would you consider yourself into into passion projects in life or wanting more passion or more passion, driven ideas or things that you're doing you always want to have a lot of passion. And what you do. Correct. You're finding something you want more purpose. Correct. More purpose in life. No, I'm stuck. That's what you're talking about that you want more per you want more purpose you want. Exactly, that's correct. I probably need purpose. But. Doc. I don't want it. Yeah. Yeah. Unique you whatever I just said listen to podcasts 'cause I lost it. So now she's going forward. She's going. Okay. The next three to five months. So. I think you have a job the next three to five months. So she's going to be on your shoulders going to try to help you. But you said you're going to have to create them trying to create manifested. We'll everyone likes to say like manifest create, you know, put an intention out for yourself. Beyond in stock. Yeah. You. No. I mean. Yeah. That she was back here again. But that's it. That's that's. Yeah. Right. Right. Okay. So talking about the red. This is probably what I'm being shown that you need to bring the passion of the love back because it's not about love. For me. I'm saying passion, and you need to find more things to move you forward. Propel propel us at true. You don't have something to propel you forward in life. That's like, wow. I wanna do this next. I'm going to move forward. Exactly. The passion project. That's whenever I see red. I don't see it often. But I see it when I see I know it means either you're in a passion project. You want to be passionate about your projects? You need a passion project. It's all of the if either of the above and she saying yes to all that now been six six around her that that you lost her six months or sixty years. Yes. Six years. Okay. So she she validates that in the reading. So she said that, you know, darned straight, and that's not the word I'm being shown, but it's the other word darns trade that she's correct. We can sit. We can say the real word if you want. See these kinds of emphasis words that to me is like they're very calm, and they're going to help you does that make sense. But you have to do the work yourself spiritually here. Correct. Able to get through being out of neutral. You're you're stuck in neutral. And that you kinda like that feeling because it's a very low vibration feeling your very used to be. Let's say depressed, you know, whatever that whereabouts feeling is you're used to that. Great. You don't even wanna get up neutral. And she goes you need to connect, sweetie, exactly favor. And try to get yourself at a neutral to find something even if it's fake, even if you don't really want to do just try that. Do you understand what you're kind of say? Yeah. Yeah. I do. I do. Well, that's great. You're right shoulder to push you out of neutral. She said you gotta do it yourself though. And she'll help you. Next time you call. We're gonna hear more passion. Okay. Okay. You laugh at eggs, Mary Ellen. Thank you. All. Great as you notice. Most of the call is a women, however, his Martin Martin, how are you tonight? Doing. Well. Thank you. Both martin. Thank you Martin Martin Martin Martin. Should I buy the building? I'm looking at. Who's the person you want to ask Martin? Martin Martin Martin Martin Martin. Another father Martin and your father. No, my my grandfather. Okay. What's another father figure? All right. So. Fathers and grandfathers say he's saying yes on the should've whatever question you just said. So if you wanna buy building he said yes on that. Because he said, no matter what he said, this is Martin sang this Martin you. No matter what he said, it doesn't matter. It's up to your own life path. And he said, no one's gonna tell you different. You're gonna buy it. Anyways that true you want to buy it any whatever the. He didn't he didn't have to call in to ask him 'cause you already gonna buy. Yeah. I know I know that but some valid, that's validation. It is. And you offer a great gift. So I appreciate that. Thank you so much. I don't know what the building is for. But he said do good within. So I don't know if it's beyond just a residential house might offer something else with it. I don't I don't know what he's talking about do good. Down who's gonna tear it down and build condominiums on it? With to whatever that means. It's in our neighborhood, and you know, other things, but I want to do it. Right. But certainly I appreciate that. Thank you, Mark. That was a great call have a great. Thank you for this. Yes. All the shows. We've done over the years. Let me give you studio applause was steady applause here. Rob got to get these days. And this dating me. Stab you. Call. They need some passion. Thanks bye. 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"mary ellen" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

04:34 min | 2 years ago

"mary ellen" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"She is now mothering from the other side. And I believe that she is going to lead the way for me when it is time to retire to work with hats. And I wouldn't you know, I can even picture myself fostering, kittens and learn how to bottle feed them because I had more time to be at home with that schedule. I cannot pick your my life without cats. I'll never be to always the somehow part of my life. And this is where Missy was very practical. She's very practical little spirit. He's not to show me. She's not to really lay it all out. I believe that is the her work for me now. And again, this am I imagining this. I don't think so this is all evolving evolving, but it's being felt by the heart. So she's teaching you what you really going to be doing with the rest of your life. I believe so let's cool that somehow there's always going to be cats involved, a helping them rehome them taking care of town rarely even IB come to elderly to over two decrepit to in home, we call it to adopt. And certainly from kittens, do you even senior cats, aren't they're always gonna go hold them in the shelter from the home? They have a bus. Over there. You know? Oh, I know. So my life will continue with cats will never be an end to cats. Well, it sounds like it's, you know, it sounds like the Tammy had sort of the guardian angel role to adapt with your heart and sounds like Missy soared during the spirit God thinks she's helping you direct your vocation after retirement. Right. Right. Right. And they're working together. They sound like they're in tandem with one another right? I can picture tambi saying alright you do this part do this. We Bohai allegation is a good thing. When you have somebody like, you know, they got to orchestrate your life, it sometimes takes more than it takes a village to do Mary Ellen Clifton. I can figure tiny saying, look, I have my hands full you do this much, and I'll do this but heart that you have the camp. Yeah. That's how that works. How does that make sense to me? Yeah. No. I totally agree with that. I want wanna thank you for taking time today. And I want to thank our sponsors for their input and helping us keep the show going forward. I know have always been grateful for all of our sponsors. So Mary Ellen. I want to thank you for your time today. Also and letting people know this Israel, folks, you have very special universal beings that come down in cap soups, and Mary Ellen's case that will touch your heart and will guide your life. Even when they're on the other side, and even more strongly when they on the other side and everything is orchestrated base. Basically out of the fibers of your soul in your heart. If you'll just listen, we'd say, absolutely, absolutely. Yes. Yes. And I'm so grateful to you Brent because none of this would have been possible. If I had if Tammy led me to you and all that I have learned I'm grateful that Tammy gave me this opportunity. But I think everything's sort of preplanned, and that the people that are supposed to wake up or lead to people that will help wake them up. And I think that this is all part of learning that there is no separation between heaven and earth, and that they're even they say there's a rainbow bridge. It's a polling, and it's not a place. And then when you realize there's no separation you have an ongoing continuing relationship that makes a whole difference in your life, and it makes your life very full. Yes. And it really helps process our grief because we cannot stay in the grief stage indefinitely. They do want us to move forward. And it's a choice you have to choose to move. Forward. Right. Right. And they will help us. They definitely I yes. Definitely help us. And I think that's important the minute. You choose to allow spirit to help you from the other side. They'll step right in zippy, do go to work. But as long as you shut them off not choosing. Now, there's a period of grief that you need to stay in. That's just worked through it. But there comes a time after that where you're get the opportunity to choose to allow spirit to be part of your life within that just makes your life blossoming growth. Right. Right. And I think shutting down in quitting because of grief doesn't let your life evolve in blossom and grow. So our message today is to even when the little pit sued has transitioned let the ever living spirit that wrecked and help your life to continue to blossom and grow until you meet them on the other side. And that way, you won't be any whiten in between you can be busy with them every day until you join absolutely. And I think that's what's so much more rewarding. Don't you? Oh,.

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"mary ellen" Discussed on PD Stories

PD Stories

07:46 min | 3 years ago

"mary ellen" Discussed on PD Stories

"PD stories is brought to you by onstar. When the unexpected happens, the last thing you want to be is alone. See how onstar has your back at onstar dot com. Onstar be safe out there. Welcome to PD stories. I'm your host, Tom Morris, junior prime analysts on any networks. Police documentary show live PD. Dr Mary Ellen O'Toole had a law enforcement career that has spanned over thirty two years. She was an FBI agent and profiler who has worked on several notorious cases since her retirement mary-ellen has become a published author and continues to consult when called upon Maryland Oettle, welcome to PD stories very much. Tell me how you got into law enforcement. Oh, sure. So I've always had an interest in a specific area of law enforcement, and I go back to the age of about five win. I had a very distinctive interest in homicides and why people killed other people and more specifically what was going through their head while they were actually killing somebody. And I know that sounds very Macab and I'm sure that was very frightening to my family, but I've found a curious in a very, you know, I guess, scientific way in just in terms of how does this behavior happen and why does it happen? And what does it look like? And once I started to develop that interest, frankly, it's never gone away. So that really took me into an academic career of psychology and then mental health counseling. And then it was after graduate school. I decide. Sided that my calling was really in law enforcement and my first job after that was with the San Francisco district attorney's office for about four and a half years, and then I was accepted into the FBI. Were you one of the first women to become an FBI agent? No, I wasn't one of the first women, and that's because right after the death of j Edgar Hoover, which would have been in nineteen seventy two. The FBI began hiring women as as agents and I came in the FBI in nineteen eighty one. So during that time they had a handful of women, not very many, because even in my class, I think I only had five women that out of a class about fifty perspective agents. So I was sort of one of the first ones, but certainly I didn't have that distinction of being, you know, the the first group of women that came in. You got a master's degree in counseling. How did that help you when you got into profiling idea have a master's degree in rehabilitation counseling and my design was to either work in a prison work in a mental health facility working a women's center. And I actually did all of those things as part of my internships, but and I love the whole area of counseling and listening to people. But once I got that degree, I decided I cannot I cannot function. I cannot work as a professional counselor. I have to go into law enforcement. The pathway was so clear to me that bright light was so shiny. It almost was overwhelming. Was anyone else in your family ever in law enforcement? Yes, they were. My father wasn't FBI agent a number of years in actually worked for j. Edgar Hoover. My mother also worked as a secretary for the FBI for a number of years. And at times she would actually be flown up from central Illinois to Chicago at j. Edgar Hoover is request and act as his personal secretary. So she knew him well. My brother was a San Francisco police officer. My brother-in-law was an FBI agent for twenty eight years, and then followed by me who was an FBI agent for twenty eight years and an in senior investigator with the San Francisco district attorney's office for nearly five years. Wow. That is quite an FBI family legacy right there. I think you're right it. It really is a legacy and until somebody asked me that question, I don't quite think about it. So when people ask me about why I went to into law enforcement, I really have to stop and say, you know, I think it could have been in my familial DNA to do this. I did not expect that. That's really, really interesting and your mom being a secretary for j. Edgar Hoover is just it's, that's pretty phenomenal. Yes, I actually have a picture of j Edgar Hoover textually at drawing and it signed to my mother and it says from j. Edgar to Isabel Murphy, which was my mother's maiden name. And I find that interesting because my mother always talked extremely highly of j. Edgar Hoover. She liked him a lot. She would never tell me about the cases that she worked on, but she talked about how well that he treated her. So when we found that picture all of her belongings after she died, I grabbed onto that because I thought that that that picture was really quite important to my mother because of her relationship with Hoover. You are the first FBI agent to come on. PD stories told us what it's like as a career path to get into the FBI. And I kind of have a little insight because I applied to the FBI when I was a senior in high school in nineteen seventy five and got a letter back from Hoover told me I needed to get a college degree I and so I. Did, and, but I never applied to the FBI after I graduated. So tell me until our audience, what your path was like to get into the FBI. Sure. My Pat to the FBI was I think it was interesting and it was very -cational right after I got out of graduate school. I moved to San Francisco and I started to work for the San Francisco police department and then ultimately was hired by the San Francisco district attorney's office to work as an investigator in there what was called at the time career criminal program. And we, my partner and I worked with cases involving serious lifetime offenders, whether it was robbery, burglary homicide. So I had a lot of good experience doing that for about four and a half years. And during that time of several FBI agents came over to testify one of my Bank robbery cases and they talked with me about the FBI, but I already knew a lot about it and I already knew that's what I wanted to do because I had applied right out of graduate school, but I was told I was too young. So when they came over. Over and said, hey, would you try again? I was like, yeah, I'll try. That's really what I wanna do. So I applied the process took about a year, which is pretty typical. I was accepted after all the stages of the application process and including a long background investigation which everyone goes through. And I landed back at the FBI academy at Quantico for four and a half, five months, FBI new agent academy experience past that, and then got assigned to my first FBI field office. And that was San Francisco, told me about the FBI academy itself going through the academy, what that entails going through the FBI kademi

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FEMA claims it didn't treat Puerto Ricans differently

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

00:38 sec | 3 years ago

FEMA claims it didn't treat Puerto Ricans differently

"Reporting thousands of Puerto Ricans whose homes were destroyed by hurricane Area last September are worried they'll soon be tossed out of, temporary shelters many of those Puerto Ricans are now. Part of a class action lawsuit it. Challenges famous decision to end its, transitional sheltering assistance program without a long-term plan for US citizens who will. Be homeless when federal aid runs out a Massachusetts, judge is scheduled to act. After hearing on the suit on August, thirty first advocacy groups say FEMA is ending the. Sheltering program too soon, they also say FEMA is an activating a long term housing program that used to help victims of Hurricane Katrina. And superstorm

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"mary ellen" Discussed on True Crime Garage

True Crime Garage

04:26 min | 3 years ago

"mary ellen" Discussed on True Crime Garage

"He was involved in an eight year relationship with Mary Ellen noble. They had known each other since high school. They said that their break-up was a mutual decision and that they remained close friends right up until the point Billy disappeared. The last time that Mary Ellen Saul Billy or spoke with him. She said Billy was sad about the break-up, but he. Also seemed fine, and that the two of them actually made plans to go to six flags to the amusement park the next weekend and Mary Ellen quoted Billy as saying the last words he said to me were, don't forget, Saturday, don't forget, don't forget, you know, Billy would not have this is what she points to as Billy would not have committed suicide bringing up that he had something that he was looking forward to according to her. Now in a missing persons case, we really only have one side of the story of what the missing person was like. The family generally controls the narrative of what the person was like and what was going on in their life at the time who they were close with what their plans were, what they were you know into or or likely or not likely to do right. Billy's family has been more involved than most in the investigation into his disappearance. They paint a fairly rose. Z. picture of him according to the Smolinski's Billy was a really caring giving guy who would drop everything to help someone in need. He had a tattoo on his arm. That was the name of a friend who had passed away. And they said that Billy was a creature of habit. He loved his truck. His motorcycle, his dog and his girlfriend. He was an avid snowmobiler and fishermen, and he drove a drove in demolition derbies sometimes on the weekends, those actually had a old student that did that. There's a lot of fun to it watching. They would create the at crate the vehicle and then discoursed smash it up. Oh, Billy was described by both family and friends as an incredibly hard worker who always showed up for work and took very little time off. So that's what makes me believe that he got laid off more than he got fired. And as far as any of them? No, he did not do drugs. And he only drank occasionally. Okay, so but likely captain. We have to believe that there are other aspects to Billy's personality that. That we're not going to receive from the family. First of all, if I ever go missing, please tell the public that he was a comedian that he was a nasty man, and he was his very mean and and bitter towards the world. Please don't tell people that every time I walked into the room, I lit it up like roses and sunshine. Well, according to media and some things that we can find online, there are several articles about Billy's case referring to him as a quote, unquote, tough guy, and this seems to be in the context of he wouldn't let anyone push him around or he wouldn't take any shit from anyone. There are hints that he may have had a temper. There are several discussions online in which people claim to know for fact, that Billy was the type to get into barroom brawls. Another word that has been used to describe Billy is confrontational. Now, I only saw this a couple of times. But police reports indicate that Chris, the remember the secret lover told police that he had never had any interaction or trouble with Billy, but then it mid after continued questioning that Billy had in fact broken the windows on a bus owned by Chris several months earlier, Madeline stated in court documents that she thinks Billy suspected something was going on between the two of them for quite some time before it was confirmed on the Florida trip will. Okay, so let's be clear it now this Crisci is a cheater, right? He's married, right, right. Cheater. And he's a liar. I mean, how many he gets three calls from the guy that goes missing..

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"mary ellen" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"mary ellen" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"On december twenty fifth of eighteen seventy one beer's married a woman named mary ellen day and just a few months later in march of eighteen seventy two he quit his job at the paper so that the couple could take an extended honeymoon in london although they ended up moving to bristol not long into their stay abroad because the weather there was more hospitable to ambrose asthma while he was in england he also worked submitting his writing to british journals he eventually published work in the journals figaro london sketchbook and fun and he ended up with a regular column in figaro yeah he was running comedy even though i i will talk a lot in this about how sort of dark some of his writing is a lot of what he was writing was really you know funny little satirical sketches and this time while he was in england was productive for both his career and his family the couple's first child named day was born in eighteen seventy two and their second son named lee was born in eighteen seventy four so they really were having an extended stay in england and in between these babies we're says i three books were born the fiends delight nuggets and dust and cobwebs from an empty skull an after baby number two the beer says returned to california in eighteen seventy five and not long after they returned to california they had a third child who was a daughter named helen meanwhile ambrose returned to read his writing career once they were stateside again he got a job as an editor of the journal argonaut and another case of kind of repeating patterns in his life he wrote a weekly column that often called out public officials for their moral failings however this column which was called prattle also had the leeway to give him an for publishing fiction on a regular basis he wrote prattle as editor of argonaut for three years before setting out on a surprising enterprise surprising an short lived in eighteen eighty ambrose took a position as a general manager of a mining company in south dakota and while the allure of the job was probably the promise of you know significant income the gold rush had really peak.

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"mary ellen" Discussed on Unmasking a Killer

Unmasking a Killer

06:30 min | 3 years ago

"mary ellen" Discussed on Unmasking a Killer

"We're speaking with Dr. Mary Ellen O tool retired, senior FBI profiler. Now, law enforcement believes that there's a high probability that the Golden State killer is still alive. There used to be a notion that serial killers couldn't stop that. The urges would force them to keep killing the diff- murder spree ended. It either meant offender was in jail or dead. Obviously, BT K changed a lot of that thinking, can you explain how this notion that serial killers can't stop? No longer holds water well for most Ciro sexual killers. That's that's really true though that they will continue until they get to roll to do it. I mean, I've had Cyril killers tell me, you know, it's hard to move a body or hard to pick somebody else up as you get older. So they have the same ailments as anybody is they get into their fifties, sixties and seventies. So for the most part, he's urges. They don't go away however, and it's important to know where these urges come from serial sexual killer has what we call behaviors either sexually deviant behaviors ranging from voyeurism all the way up to serial sexual sadism, which is appear fairly behavior in which the offender is sexually aroused by the infliction of physical or emotional pain. What's tach to these Philip behaviors are these urges he's real current merges in which they have to engage in this behavior. It's just the these urges are strong to do it. Now does that Wayne with time, you know, again, as they get older and they member funeral, serial sexual killers also have illnesses. They could get cancer. They can break a leg. They can have the same medical condition that anyone their age can get so that that would certainly prevent them from going out and engage in in the behavior just based on on. On them getting older, but the urge and the desire to our will still be there right now, if the goal say killer is still alive and hiding in plain sight as it were as BT K was how could those around him know that they are living or working with someone with these behaviors? I think it would be difficult for someone around him to be able to guess -sarily associated him as being the Golden State killer unless he wanted them to know now, once person, what he did not do is to jacked himself back into best Gatien's by sending you know, notes or letters to detective. That suggests someone with an incredible you go along with all the other twenty traits and characteristics of psychopathy. This is simply one at offender who continued to escalate and victimize people while he's very grandiose. Does. He may not be that grandiose to be sitting in, let's say, a retirement home, semi disabled and start to brag about what he did he might. But if he begins to talk about what he did, then at that point it someone could certainly look at them and say, you know, I wonder if this person you know telling the truth is is, is someone that could have been gauged this, these kinds of behaviors. And in which case, hopefully they'd come forward to law enforcement. So I think the lack of invading at all on the part of this offender makes me think that as much as I want him to still be alive. And he's younger when he started to still be alive. Those urges in him were so powerful and so strong throughout his developmental years adulthood that if he could, he would be out there engaging in in some. Of this behavior or at least we would not have had such a long period of dormancy. So based on that, I think there's a pretty good possibility that that he's dead in terms of the self preservation. Wouldn't you look at other serial killers or offenders serial offenders? When does the ego takeover? I understand. You know, as he's committing these crimes, he doesn't wanna get caught. He keeps doing it. Maybe then it's like, okay, it's getting too hard either because of ailments or just getting older or maybe he's in a relationship where he gets those urges met other ways. But at what point does ego take over saying? Will I do want credit or I do want my name seeing? Or is it completely possible that someone like this may take all these secrets to the grave as option? One option one is he seems his special TV and he seems how he portrayed anything's. Well, they haven't portrayed either way. I think I should have been portrayed. On probably the most prolific sexual offender in in California. If not the United States is not the world and I'd beat all of law enforcement. They never caught me. That's what happened in case somebody was going to basically take credit for writing his store and and be TK decided to come out of hiding after eighteen years. So it's possible that something like this that has gotten a lot of attention a lot of media if something's going to kind of provoke him to come forward, that that certainly could be it. That could certainly cause him to say, I want credit for this, but here's the thing we, we haven't seen him want credit for his crimes before or if he did, he did it in a way that was pretty subtle. So as much as I'd like to say, we could see this after the series runs. This is not something when seem with with this offender. Not to say it couldn't happen. So that's why I say it's more likely that since that doesn't appear to be one of his personality traits that no response means either that he didn't that he didn't see these aware of it. He's doesn't have full concerts abilities, therefore confused with all of things or he's he's not alive anymore. Part of your interview in the unmasking killer documentary that we found so fascinating is how you talk about the need to recognize the early signs

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"mary ellen" Discussed on Talk Nerdy

Talk Nerdy

01:55 min | 4 years ago

"mary ellen" Discussed on Talk Nerdy

"This major big freaking deal as helping on i mean i think if we were really dirty what we need to do if we were really confronting what's going on every time you went to the front page of the new york times the review a report on the planet today yeah what's hiring and you know it's it's like a special clause the environment is still considered what a special separate subject and that's ridiculous apps and united way to that point at the at the risk of going on too long i've been thinking about the the march for science and i've been thinking about the media as actually culpable in in this anti science feline because although the media stepped up big time to say we are in favour of knowledge were in favour of research were in favour of science they actually are not so much in favour of science they're actually don't like the word very much relay they you know if you look at the new york times book review section to me you and i both read all of the nonfiction yeah yeah but they are most of it is fiction loss and some of his antacid fictional love fiction i get me wrong but most of it is just obsessed with human relationships young identity and you know at this just like the subject is not that any more humans have become a jew physical force there's practically no such thing as an important individual even if you are mark zuckerberg at that you're just you put any he put into motion something much bigger than himself and then almost doesn't need him rank and that's kind of words at so when are we going to be able to grapple with a new sense of identity in which we are connected not only to all kinds of different people but to all time highs of species and processes of seasons and ecological interactions that occur over time.

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"mary ellen" Discussed on Talk Nerdy

Talk Nerdy

02:13 min | 4 years ago

"mary ellen" Discussed on Talk Nerdy

"Complains all the time from people with dogs who are taking their dogs on walks and then they had like a confrontation with coyote and they want you know they want them to destroy the coyotes and get them out of the presidio yeah and so but he reminds them that the coyotes are actually keeping the rat population in the city under control and this is where an understanding of what actually biodiversity is doing for us at multiple scales he needs to be made visually especially explicit so that when when we make decisions about how to manage our where we live or the you know that lands that are adjacent to where we live or even the wilderness we have a full understanding of everything that's going on so you might think in a very linear way okay coyotes are threatening my dog i don't want them but if you don't have your rat population control not only are rats gonna perhaps proliferate out of control but rats are then disease vectors yeah and so they you know and there's a lot of what we would call hardcore pure science showing this correlation of when you have a full set of of the whole food wahba on the landscape meeting taught predators like coyotes their messore predators but it many because assumes they are the top predator a erbyev words like elephants you have a control of the population of rodents and it keeps the ecosystem inbalance and it goes all the way down two viruses so you know what i am i did a stanford tech's talk and it others is big number on the am on the stage counting down and had looked at it at one point in the middle of my talk at i so i jumped over a spy a detail that i really wanted to convey so it in the talks say that even worse perhaps than the six mass extinction of plants and animals it's happening now is this vast reduction in the number of bodies wildlife since the 1970s we've lost nearly forty percent of the number of bodies.

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"mary ellen" Discussed on Talk Nerdy

Talk Nerdy

01:36 min | 4 years ago

"mary ellen" Discussed on Talk Nerdy

"You can monitor these things you can record them you can go everywhere from intensely you know monitoring with camera traps and really going hard into it to just once in a while when you see a cool bugger bird or flour taking a photo and like posting it on line it can be that simple it is it is really is the simple and with have it as you mention if you build it they will come quite often and also if you do even put a flower box i you know on your windowsill and you put some native plants in there and so you get some native pollinators it's not even just the pollinators right there the you get to see that you're helping you're actually creating connectivity across the landscape for those creatures in our butterflies bees birds they all need to move across the landscape and they need to have it's like rest stops along the way they need to have gas stations and you creating that habitat is a really significant for creating a connectivity now here's another way to look at citizen science you know i really best best book is when mountain lines her neighbors and a really love the book because it's very positive finish you really focuses on on a lot of success stories for people for creatures that were on the brink of extinction coming back and people really cold living with with other creatures but sometimes it's heart so exit for example in san francisco we have quantities in the pursuit year which is uh which is a park and the head is you know one of the head wildlife biologists their tells me that all they have tons of.

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"mary ellen" Discussed on Talk Nerdy

Talk Nerdy

01:44 min | 4 years ago

"mary ellen" Discussed on Talk Nerdy

"Uh hypothesis testing it's just that instead of having very small uh this cooked sites to to do your experiments on we're talking about gathering data at vast scales over time and space to ask kind of different questions of and questions that are very very imperative for us to know the answers to now for us to investigate as we cope with this unprecedented loss of species of pure loss of animal bodies of climate change of just incredible rapid change in our biosphere no we can't answer those questions we can't rapple with those things in a plot of land in a little exclosure that is you know the size of a half of a football field is just not gonna tell you at the right scale what's going on and then at the same time just to go back and touch back to i think you are incredibly important you know apprehension of the heart and soul of citizens science is it is an incredible democratising tool and you know one of the things we have to grapple with in western science is that it has been used as a tool of colonisation and exploitation and it has benefited only some people at the expense quite often of others and a lot of the parade that that has happened is by uh by people owning territory claiming territories at taking away from other people claiming knowledge having specialized knowledge that was not available to other people and this is this is now the would is pulled off of that and there's no going back.

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"mary ellen" Discussed on Talk Nerdy

Talk Nerdy

01:36 min | 4 years ago

"mary ellen" Discussed on Talk Nerdy

"Colleague a citizen science makes it seem like there actually doing science the scientists are doing science and the citizens are just you know like collecting data and we're all like what are you think science is like are you kidding me what this surveyed in a we'll is really pretty funny i mean i know i know those guys guy it is a guys and they do there is a longstanding saying that science advances one corpse at a time uh i think that there is really a lot of truth to it it's not easy to be a scientist as a career um and it's it's it's a long drawn out fight what's really fascinating about science i just read a book about earthquakes and um the science behind understanding plate tectonics was something that took decades to kind of consolidate and be accepted and understood is how the the earth works and there was a lot of fighting about it and it just it takes decades of fighting and uh people saying no it's this way notes that way and that some scientists testing something this way in some testing it that way and then over time there becomes cohesion an agreement that yes plate tectonics is how the earth forms and moves and it's it's sort of the same money the thing about citizen science and have the broadest swath of what it is is really just the boutique science that those guys are holding onto writ large it still is about.

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"mary ellen" Discussed on Talk Nerdy

Talk Nerdy

01:36 min | 4 years ago

"mary ellen" Discussed on Talk Nerdy

"Okay that's the end of my spiel i'm really excited to dive into this week's episode i mentioned it before but i'm going to mention it again mary ellen hannibal is the author of citizen scientists searching for heroes and hope in an age of extinction that book is now available on paper back and you can find it anywhere books are sold and i have a link to the amazon post link a link to the link yeah and the link to the amazon page for the book in the show notes for this episode so grab yourselves a copy guys to really really great read and without any further do here she is mary ellen hannibal well mary ellen thank you so much for joining me today i was really my pleasure cara thank you well i'm really excited to talk about your new book citizen scientists searching for heroes and hope in an age of extinction and i have to say this really is a beautiful book and it it focuses on a topic that's very near and dear to my heart which is sort of the democratisation of science and have science is not just in the ivory towers but it's real people that are making super important discoveries um every day across the globe is so so right cara i mean i see that you know as much as citizens sciences rock and roll in a really kind of expanding every minute we have not even begun to unpack really the potential for what it can do and will do it's kind of like you know technology itself there's really no stopping it and what it can do and that's available.

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