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"mcarthur" Discussed on Crime Junkie
"View so go ahead and press play on that video again brick. Okay so now. The vantage point is farther away. But you can see the whole red van. Now where before you've kind of only see it's wheels or like the bottom of the frame And one hundred percent there is a man who comes out of the building said his andrews and hops into the passenger side. Yep now the picture isn't clear enough to show us who got into the van or even who's driving the van and police can't even make a license plate either but they can tell. The van is an older model. Dodge caravan so according to the documentary police take stills from the video to a local dodge dealership and from there they're able to narrow it down even further basically they narrow down this van to a two thousand four dodge caravan twentieth anniversary edition so then they request a list of every two thousand three to two thousand five dodge caravan registered in the province of ontario and when the list comes back has more than sixty one hundred names on it. But that's not even daunting because they don't need to go through sixty one hundred names they just need to find all the bruises exactly and that brings their list of more than six thousand dodge caravan owners down to just fi and only one of those five drove a twentieth anniversary edition. And that man. Was bruce macarthur. When police look into bruce they find a sixty-six-year-old business owner who is a father and a grandfather. He'd been married for many years but he and his wife developed in the late. Nineteen ninety s. At which point bruce packed up his things from the family home and got himself an apartment in the city he owned a landscaping business and had this big roster of clients all over toronto and he'd even worked as a mall santa before and wasn't the do totally had the look. He's like this big guy with snow. White hair kind of this easy smile and even a twinkle in his eye but this santa was no saint because just a year before this in two thousand sixteen. Bruce had been arrested for assault after. It was reported that bruce had choked and almost killed a man in the back of his van but before anyone can even start investigating that bruce walked himself into the police station and sort of turned himself in. Okay what do you mean by sort of turned himself in well. It wasn't like you just walked in and said here. I am like i am guilty. What he said was. I'm here to make a statement about an incident that happened between me and my partner. So to officers sat down with bruce and he told them that what the victim had said was true like he had choked this guy in his van while they were being intimate but that his partner wanted to be choked or at least he thought his partner wanted to be choked and basically he was telling. The police like this whole thing was a complete misunderstanding and has justin link. Put it a bunch of like mixed messages and crossed wires. Like there's no crime here. This is just like a big plays a pig misunderstanding. Ultimately police didn't have enough to charge him with anything so beep let him go. And based on what. I've read and watched about this case. The victim. Who has never been named was at the time of this encounter and his wife knew nothing about the fact that he was having sex with bruce so maybe not super motivated to push for charges since it would require outing himself in the process right but even without any formal charges. The arrest was recorded in the toronto police's database along with another one. There was an assault conviction from two thousand one. When bruce beat a man with a metal pipe inside the man's home no he pled guilty in that case but instead of jail time based on a psychological assessment that he was a low risk to reoffend he got a conditional sentence which included a ban on spending any time period in the gay village with all of this pointing in one direction. The detective identified the driver of the van. He calls his boss tells him. I think i might have a person of interest in the kinsmen disappearance. It's this guy. Bruce arthur and the boss. Who'd been on the team for project in several years before his ears perk up right away because he knows that name and the reason why he knows that name changes everything about the investigation. This episode is made possible by modern fertility. Got big plans for the summer. What about for next year. 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During the search of scandals computer silver fox fifty one at hotmail dot com that same email address was also written on a note pad at beshir's place and when police tracked the ip address associated with silver fox. Fifty one at hotmail dot com. It led them to bruce. Macarthur according to nicole brockbank reporting for the cbc police asked bruce to come in for questioning as a witness. That was november eleventh of two thousand thirteen. He told them that he knew scandal. They'd never had a sexual relationship or anything but they both used to hang out at this bar in the village called the black eagle. But he said he had no idea why his email was on a notepad epa sears place. He said he didn't know besir at all period. I mean i get that. It's not proof that they knew each other. But i mean because it's really just proof that besir wrote down that email address but also how would he have gotten it other than from proofs himself will at that point. Police were thinking. Besir may be sauber's profile on this dating site. They were both on.
"mcarthur" Discussed on Crime Junkie
"Water. Robin told salma ibrahim for cbc news. That andrew loved that cat more than anything and would never under any circumstances. Leave him without food or water. So that's what andrews friends report him missing to the toronto police that very day and immediately they start pulling together a search for andrew. You mean the police started searching right away or the friends. Minute of the friends and andrew had a lot of that. According to justin links book missing from the village andrew had a huge network of people in the church and wellesley part of toronto area known as the gay village and they immediately got to work trying to find him just combing the streets. And alleyways putting up posters on literally every light pole. I mean you couldn't walk one block in the neighborhood with andrew face on a poster. His friends aren't shy about calling the media either to drum up more awareness and put andrew's face in front of even more people and they call police to one friend after another over and over. That pressure is at least part of the reason. Police start looking into andrew's disappearance pretty quickly. They chuck hospitals and shelters and morgues. They look into his finances request. His phone banking wreckers and they reach out to dozens of people who knew him. And who seen him trying to get a handle on who. He is his patterns of behavior any cause for concern but they don't find anything that might help explain his disappearance no crushing debt. No family or community issues and sure. He had his struggles with depression. Who hasn't but he wasn't in that head space recently. See to me. The lack of red flags feels like a red flag in and of itself. But i mean my question is do this phone records pink records show that he was active anywhere. No there's been no activity in his bank account and he had accessed his email or even his social media and he hadn't used his phone either is literally like you walked out of the door of his building that day and disappeared into thin air. And to your point it is troubling. Yeah with even more troubling for his friends and for everyone in the village is that andrew is not the first man to vanish from. Toronto's gay village just a couple of months before in mid april. Another man forty four year old salim. Essen had vanished without a trace now andrew and salim were both gay men who frequented the village but the similarities. Pretty much stop there. I mean salim was unemployed and known to use drugs and even though his friends that he had just found his own place and was working toward recovery he was more or less considered transient at the time. According to a documentary called catching a serial killer. Bruce macarthur salim had no fixed address when he went missing. He just kind of carted around all his things from couch to couch a silver whealy suitcase and because the suitcase was gone to it wasn't a huge stretch to think that he left town or just kind of laying low right and at this point. Is anyone saying that. The disappearances are connected won't police aren't but people in the village. They had been connecting these cases from day one. And here's the thing. They're not just connecting them to one another but to a string of men vanishing from the village without a trace that goes all the way back to two thousand ten so let me take you back there and tell you those stories so you can see why everyone is so concerned now. The i was a forty three year. Old man named scandal navaratnam who went missing in september. Two thousand ten a few months after that at the end of december a second man forty four year old abdul bashir feisty. Who went by besir also vanished two years after that in october. Two thousand twelve. A third man fell off the grid. Fifty eight year old majid's cayenne. Who was known as hamad. The similarities between these three men were impossible to ignore. they're all middle eastern or south asian. They're all roughly the same age. Same build they kind of had the same hole look like literally down to the same facial hair and police investigated these other disappearances at all will they did. They investigated them as individual missing persons cases. But not as three potentially connected cases or at least not right away but when hamad vanished from the village this was their third brown skinned man in two years. It was hard for anyone not to wonder if there was something more going on here. I mean people in the village started to whisper that maybe there was a serial killer. Preying on gay men then again. If you look you could see patterns like this everywhere in toronto. Joseph jafari wrote about this in a piece for rolling stone saying as an example that women of color had been going missing in toronto for years and no one jumped to say that they were connected or that there was a serial killer involved which is a fair point. But just because someone isn't screaming at you you know. I think that you'd want to at least rule it out like close that investigative door yet and police did end up at least considering that the three cases were connected that was part of their work back in november two thousand twelve when they created a specialized task force called project. Houston as in houston. We have a problem. Oh it actually started as an investigation into just one of the cases when toronto police got a tip through all suggesting that gonda navaratnam who'd been missing more than two years at this point wasn't missing at all but had been murdered and at the center of that allegation is this guy named james brunton. This dude is like in his mid sixties. Coaching minor hockey. He's married but known to spend time in the village. Police went hard at james during project. Houston trying to figure out if and how he was connected to scandal and at the same time they figured they look at the other active missing persons files which is what finally brought besir and hammad's cases to project houston once they had all three files in front of them. Investigators saw similarities. Men in the village had been seeing all along. That's when they started appearing in the village with posters of the missing men asking for leads and information and of course people in the village are like finally. Finally police are taking our concerns seriously. Yeah but even though they're paying now and looking into the disappearance police don't end up finding evidence to suggest that this james guy killed scandal let alone the other two men which is not to say james came out of project. Houston squeaky clean. He ended up facing charges for creating possessing and distributing child sex abuse material and he pled guilty to some of those charges but in terms of the missing men. James brunton was a dead end so was product used in all about this james or do they look for any other suspects. It was mostly about james but they kept project houston going as an investigation into the missing men. Even after he was ruled out. I mean police did tons of interviews with people in the village at the time and they even brought in a few for questioning as witnesses by no matter what they did. They weren't getting any traction. And by the time krawczyk houston winds down in april. Two thousand fourteen. All police had was a pile of dead ends. And you can imagine the community is like hang on a second like you're just giving up like that's it. Yeah like there are still three missing. Men like.
Fashioning the Philippines with Mark Lewis Higgins
"Here today. To discuss your mother salvos higgins extraordinary. Life and legacy. I am so excited to have you here today. And it's actually something you yourself have been instrumental in preserving not only with this wonderful retrospective of her work but also as a co director of groundbreaking fashion school which we are going to discuss a little bit later on in this conversation. But i i would just love if you start by introducing us to your mother's early life and formative years perhaps even starting with the very event that earned her her name will curiously enough. My mother was not born in manila. She was she wasn't born in the big city. She was born in one of the provinces in the gospel famous where a douglas mcarthur landed. A returned some. She was born in in the province to very conservative. Pure chinese other very conservative. Good gas victorian catholic milder so how she turned out the way she did. Is anybody's guess. And it was the era because my grandfather was chinese. It was the era of big families. So there were many siblings seven of them altogether but there were two or three other. Babies died of childbirth or soon after an apparently my mother was one of them because her her name when she was born or the name given to her was an amanda jones but then apparently she told me as a baby she got sick and she claims she died and so they were preparing this baby for burial in cleaning the baby and a chinese relative appears knocking on the door with some mysterious madison and ministers to the baby and she started to turn radan started crying so my grandmother being the good catholic named her salvi. Some wow that's such a wonderful story. Yeah
Biggest Space Station Crowd in Decade After SpaceX Arrival
"I'm Julie Walker it's getting crowded aboard the international space station where for more astronauts arrive today including two Americans bringing the total number two eleven it's the biggest group up there in more than a decade and SpaceX's third crew capsule in less than a year astronaut Megan McArthur we're just really excited to be here and be part of this historic mission with the two dragons on board first reviews of a capsule first reuse of the boosters Justin at a tremendous achievement the radius of the capsule is an essential part of SpaceX boundary law must push to the moon and Mars most half a century since humans were last on the run Sri Lanka we need to get back there and have a permanent base learn for astronauts from the station returned to earth Wednesday I'm Julie Walker
SpaceX Launches Four Astronauts to Space Station
"List off God, whatever important crew members on their way to the international space station after a successful pre don lines from the Kennedy Space Center Crew of four includes pilot Megan McArthur. Her husband, Bob Banken, flew aboard the first manned space X flight to the I S s last year Crew Dragon capsule is scheduled to
SpaceX Rocket Successfully Launches With Astronauts Aboard
"Year mission on Let's stop, never stopping one out and never launches. Once again. We're astronauts now on their way to the international space station aboard a rocket that's been there before. Americans Shane Kimbrough and Megan McArthur are on their way to a six month space station mission, along with astronauts from France and Japan. Falcon rocket carrying a crew to the space station in November. This morning's launch was delayed yesterday because of poor weather offshore from the Kennedy Space Center.
Bad Offshore Weather Delays SpaceX Crew Launch Until Friday
"Liftoff is set for Friday for the first time NASA is putting its trust in a recycled SpaceX rocket and capsule for crew this will be SpaceX's third launch of astronauts for NASA in less than a year were flying NASA astronauts on a flight proven dragon and a flight proven falcon Benji Reid is with SpaceX weather forced a delay Bob bank and fluid test flight to the international space station last spring his wife Megan McArthur is on this latest flight it's amazing to think that I will be sitting in the same seat that that Bob was sitting in when he certified that vehicle on the very first time that it launched Japan's Akiko Hoshi day is part of the diverse group we have Merrick and French and Japanese astronauts on board they will be on the international space station for six months four others are scheduled to return to work next week I'm at Donahue
NASA Astronauts Safely Return to Earth
"Safely returned from the international space station yesterday. As for others get ready to go. Meanwhile, Elon Musk starship was picked by NASA for the mission. To the moon. We get more on all space news from correspondent Judy Walker Mission Control Houston, and there it is. That's astronaut Kate Rubins and four cosmonaut splashed down Saturday. A four member crew will blast off on Earth Day Thursday for the international space station. It will include astronauts from France, Japan, and the U. S. Is Megan McArthur and Spaceship commander Shane Kimbrough, excited to get ready to get a launch. Meanwhile, NASA says a woman and person of color will be on the mission to the moon. And it's not Hopping there, says acting administrator Steve Jersey. Eventually, our argument mission to Mars. Trump had said a 2024 deadline for the moon. NASA would only say later this decade. I'm Julie
NASA Astronaut Kate Rubins, Crewmates Return Safely to Earth
"Safely returned from the international space station Saturday as four others get ready to go. Meanwhile, Leland must Starship was picked by NASA for the mission to the Moon Mission Control Houston and there it is. That's astronaut Kate Rubins and four cosmonaut Splash down Saturday. A four member crew will blast off on Earth Day Thursday for the internationals. Base station. It will include astronauts from France, Japan, and the U. S is Megan McArthur and Spaceship Commander Shane Kimbrough. We're excited to get ready to get the launch. Meanwhile, NASA says a woman and person of color will be on the mission to the moon, and it's not stopping there, says acting administrator Steve Jersey actually, Our argument mission to Mars. Trump had said a 2024 deadline for the moon. NASA would only say later this decade. I'm Julie
SpaceX Picked for Moonwalkers, on Verge of 3rd Crew Launch
"I'm Julie Walker three astronauts safely returned from the international space station Saturday as for others get ready to go meanwhile the lawn musk starship was picked by NASA for the mission to the moon mission control Houston and there it is that's astronaut Kate Rubins a bar because not splash down Saturday a board member crew will blast off on Earth Day Thursday for the international space station it will include astronauts from France Japan and the US is Megan McArthur and space ship commander Shane Kimbrough we're excited just to get ready to go to lunch meanwhile NASA says a woman and person of color will be on the mission to the moon and it's not stopping there says acting administrator Steve Jersey mentally our our our human mission to Mars trump had set at twenty twenty four deadline for the moon NASA would only state later this decade I'm Julie Walker
A NASA astronaut's lessons on fear, confidence and preparing for spaceflight | Megan McArthur - TEST
"Talks daily. How do we leave fear behind. It's a crucial question in this time of so much uncertainty. Well who better to address this question than a nasa s rinat megan mcarthur. She talks about risk ambition and how spaceflight is a family business in her twenty twenty conversation with ted women curator pat mitchell. Welcome megan although pat thank you for having the let's go with the question that i think is probably coming up for many of us. This is unusual husband and wife met during your training and and the year that you got married. You both flew into space separately. You on the hubble telescope mission and bob on the mission to construct the space station and ironically if your mission had gone awry or needed help bob was assigned to be on the rescue craft. You know launch day for all of us at time of great excitement but also anxieties about the risk and the fear. We might feel inside just watching. How do you prepare for launch day. Well one of the most important things to focus on for me was really preparing my son and making sure that he was ready and that he enjoyed the experience of watching his father launched and complete this mission that he'd been training for really for most of our son's life so when we walked out onto the roof of the launch control center and we could see the rocket off in the distance and were lining up against the rail ready for the countdown. And of course. I got my arms around him and we hear three two one liftoff and then and then we see the rocket carrying his father. Know jumping off the launch pad. And for me. It was this moment of of just an outpouring of feeling and emotion that had been with me for such a long time. And and you know this. I'm crying and i'm laughing. And i'm just shaking and so i had to let go of my son who was fine by the way he was completely fine and covering up my mouth. Because i don't know what kind of sounds i'm gonna make with. You know this this complete terror and this complete joy at this moment and thinking about what it took to get there my husband. You know an accomplished astronauts experienced air force flight test engineer. He he'd formerly been the chief astronaut. And i've watched him launch into space twice before and it's been terrifying every time Why is that so. Of course i love my husband but it's more than that. It's that i love my husband. And right now i can't do anything at all to impact the situation. I'm i'm standing on a rooftop. I have no job. I have no way to contribute. And so that's where for me. The fear comes from is that feeling of helplessness. And so over and over in my life. I've seen of course that training and preparation can get us ready for an event like that. But it's it's having the input having the ability to impact your situation. That is what removes the fear and balances it. It balances it for you. So the education the experience. That's a you have to have that but also having a voice Having an input having a seat in the cockpit is what allows you to leave that fear behind but what about your son megan He won't be there. He'll be on the ground watching. Mommy take off into space. Just as he watched his dad who returned safely. But how have you taken special. Preparations for him. Disea- mommy doing the same. Well his his first reaction when learning that mommy was going to go into space. I he told me no mommy. You can't go That was his very first response and then as he got more comfortable with the idea. You know his dad went up and came back and then he said well. Okay you can go for thirty days but one hundred and eighty days. That's too much you can't you can't go for that long He's also obviously seen his father. Go through all of this and so it it for him. It's become this normal thing. This is a normal thing that mommy and daddy do. We'll read stories back and forth while i'm here in russia over over video conference And i was given the idea to fill a jar with chocolate kisses and then he can have a kiss from mommy every day that i'm gone so he likes that idea very much just to be clear. It's a great message that this young man is getting about mommy and daddy doing the same job isn't it and i just want to bring forward a quote from the space x leader gwen chartwell. Who was asked about. You're going your husband's going and she was questioned about you're flying in the same pilot cedar spacecraft as your husband and here was part of her answer. I'd like to point out that you know. Megan is first and foremost and astronaut. When it comes to our perspective will. I did want to reach through the screen and high five michelle when she said that. I very much appreciated That remark you know. It has changed for me over the years the first time i flew in space I was married. But i was not yet apparent and both my husband and i came to nasa s people and we met and married of course At nasa at a different Thing to take on as a family that you're doing this thing that's for yourself Kind of for the greater good. The the notion of exploration and discovery is is something to engage in. And i think that that example You know for my son to see that his parents are engaged in this thing that yes it takes us away from him. But it's in those. These are important things to do and you were in high school. Megan when the challenger space craft tragically exploded and the whole world confronted the reality of the risk that you and your husband and other brave women and men are taking. I remember that moment. And i still hold my breath every time tearing each and every launch. So how do you find the balance between knowing
"mcarthur" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"McArthur was taken out of harm's way in removed Australia the Japanese launch their all out assault on the ten on April the second that same day Mr Mrs dies received a cable Graham from their son in it read I'm doing fine save me a big Herford steak you may not hear from her son again for over a year on April ninth as a commanding officer diss to be evacuated but he refused to abandon the two hundred men of his squadron we're going to be left behind instead he gave his plane to another pilot for last bombing run in a flight to safety later that day interdigital fell to the Japanese the what would be the largest surrendered US forces in American history get dies in Roger Grimes and thousands of others we're not prisoners of the Japanese imperial army they were captured north of Mirabella in the next morning they in some seventy thousand other captives were forced to March they would want more than sixty miles north to prison camps in a miserably unforgiving heat hundreds of them would die along the way consumer killed just for failing to keep up the infamous track has become synonymous with Savitri but also with American and Filipino determination the Bataan death March related be judged as a war crime somehow it dies and Roger Grimes survived that brutal Odyssey it all Americans back home learned of the surrender it would be nearly two years before the public learned of the marshals March shortly after the surrender was announced in Washington that nothing could be done for the American fighting men captured on the tape but in Albany Richard Dyson is bell tells been refused to take that news sitting down Mr Diess suggested to a group of Albany men you know there's one sure way we can go in there and get it if we can get a submarine close by maybe he can get to it die Stephen Roach macarthur with that suggestion the general replied but noted that there were many difficulties two weeks before Christmas of nineteen forty two nine months after being captured telegrams arrived in West Texas just two days apart the first came to Frank Grimes on December twelfth in forty eight hours later the second was delivered to the dis home in Albany both telegram dread the saying both confirmed what each family suspected your son captain Richard K. Grimes your son major Edwin Dyess is a prisoner of war the Japanese government on the Philippine islands great Grimes wrote in his editorial the next day knowing at last your son is alive though a prisoner lists a great burden from the heart as long as there is life there is hope four months later it dies eleven other prisoners would pull off the near impossible after years in captivity they would escape the prison camp they would be the only ones to ever do so it was spent three months fighting a guerrilla war before being rescued and taken away from the Philippines just as his dad suggested by an American submarine the whole grain spelt in receiving that earlier telegram confirming his son was a prisoner turned out to be just a linguist the temporary reprieve the devastating news of his son's death in a Japanese prison camp arrived on July the third of nineteen forty three within a year since the Bataan March with the telegram was delivered the proud father of Abilene is finest boy turned white his son was gone at the age of twenty five he would be wracked with worry and whoa wondering how his son had entered those final days ten days after getting this most dreaded news Grimes closes editorial writing we believe with all our heart the to die for one's country is the noblest death of all just days later Mr Mrs dice received a cable Graham and all the it was an unbelievable one that it was from their son reading hello folks safe in.
"mcarthur" Discussed on The Official Adventures in Odyssey Podcast
"I love my car and I actually love. I just plug it in. When I get home I never go to the gas station. Acting isn't your only passion but you're also Kung Fu champion okay. So which came first the acting or the martial arts bug and Ken one help the other. Oh wow great question yes so. I am an avid martial artist Which came first okay. Well there's two things I my. My parents will tell you this from like a very very early age. We're talking like five. There were two things that I started asking them for one was to be to do Kung Fu and the other was for an agent so I literally wanted to act and do martial arts my entire life. and earliest memories are Doing stage plays And then watching Ninja turtles and begging to be put in martial arts so I started actually doing martial arts before I started acting I started when I was eleven. I did traditional Kung Fu and I also did judo So I've been I've been doing those now for twenty six years and I've had the pleasure of competing nationally. Internationally I've traveled all over China trained with some amazing masters all over the country and yeah I love martial arts. I definitely think that the two martial arts and acting can can be intertwined. I think if you boil down what martial arts teaches you. It teaches you to be comfortable in the uncomfortable. So that means like you know when you're holding a stance or getting punched or whatever. It's uncomfortable it hurts but you have to learn to be calm and be patient and then you can overcome that difficulty and I think kind of what we talked about earlier with acting. I think you know there's a lot of There's a lot of rejection. There's a lot of sort of negative things that happen to you when you're when you put yourself out there as an actor and I think it's the same thing if you just remain calm and you can find some comfort even when it's uncomfortable or doesn't necessarily feel good. You can overcome that. So yeah I definitely think my martial arts Career and passion has has helped me You know that I can do it. The entertainment industry and disciplined can be one of those things. They did not pleasant but there are definitely rewards. Yeah Yep I always say when you know the rules it it helps you. It's not a hindrance. It tells you exactly what you need to do. And being decisive and knowing where you're headed is really really important. Oh good words. It's been a pleasure hearing from you today. The real you. I mean not just the voice that was living inside head for six months while I was writing the episode. But you know you can call me anytime over. Well thanks again for bringing the words to life and making horror such a fun character. We really enjoyed talking with you today. Thank you so much for having the yeah. Thanks Much Adam. If you'd like to hear Horace Rene Connie Eugene and together out of her element is available now in the adventures in Odyssey Club. Can we hear preview absolutely this month on the ventures and Odyssey club? Renee needs to rescue her chemistry grade and the professor has a suggestion. I'm suddenly reminded of an associate. Who would be more than happy to prepare you more readily for the exam a tutor? Indeed that when Rene meets her new chemistry coach or us. Thanks for doing this for me. No Problem Oh. It's nice to have chemistry with the girl. I mean Talk Chemistry. There's more than one chemistry problem this month on the adventures in Odyssey club above the more. I think about it. My granddaughter should stick with tea parties in coloring books. Right now you know. There are always plenty of time for test tubes and periodic table that idea when she starts kindergarten. Oh I can't wait to show you the great little chemistry set that I found online. But that's all for this edition of the Official Adventures. Nazi podcast a presentation of focus on the family. Speaking of chemistry. If you joined the club right now at a club dot org you'll be able to read a full preview of the twentieth imagination station novel poison at the pump and exciting race to solve a mystery. Stop a deadly disease. That special preview of the entire book only lasts a few more weeks. So if you're not a member yet this would be a great time to join. You can also visit US online at whitsand dot org slash podcast or give us a call at one eight hundred a family until next time. I'm Bob and I'm Jesse reminding you that with God in Your Life. Every day is an adventure..
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"mcarthur" Discussed on Court Junkie
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"mcarthur" Discussed on Court Junkie
"All of. This is a game to her. She says she repeats the story that Taylor was worried about her impending court date and going to jail. She describes the two of them going on September eighth to a farm in Milton Florida. And the detective asks Ashley if they went anywhere else Ashley mentions her aunt's property that isn't far away but says she doesn't go there often. Detective Gig Liatti Asks for the address. And Ashley says she doesn't remember but she can get it for him Ashley. Detective leave and go to the Pensacola Police Department to conduct another recorded interview. The audio on this recording isn't great quality. Either Ashley Denies. Having a safety deposit box and is confused by the detective. Thinks that Taylor has been telling people they have one actually says she knows about Taylor trying to hide money from her ex husband because the two are having money issues. She again repeats that she thinks this is all a game. Detailer detective gig Liatti asks is Taylor suicidal. Is She using narcotics to the point? Where maybe she oh deed Ashley. Says she thinks perfectly fine and doesn't wanNA be bothered but then. She says she could be having some kind of mental break and not thinking detective. Liatti Asks Ashley Again. What she thinks happened to Taylor Ashley says I don't believe Taylor has been harmed. I just think Taylor is doing what she does. She's a very tough person. She's not an easy target. She always comes across as tough. She's dealing with knives guns whatever. She seems to always have everything together to a degree. The only thing I worry about is drugs. If I didn't know about drugs I just say she's doing what she does. But that. Which is what I worry about. Ashley mentioned Taylor having a second phone but investigators could never locate one or find evidence that one existed. They also requested Ashley to hand over her own cell phone Ashley did and provided them with numerous passwords and pin numbers but none of which worked in so investigators were ultimately unable to search her phone on September eighteenth. Police also searched cast his house six days. Later Ashley called Detective Gig Liatti to ask about Taylor's case. She said she knows Taylor was going to Destin Florida a lot and could be there four days after that Ashley called the detective again. This time she asked him to check hospitals and treatment facilities for Taylor a few days later on October. Second Ashley called the detective for a third time he asked Ashley of Taylor owed anyone else money or if anyone owed her money. Ashley told him no around this time. Investigators had obtained Taylor and Ashley Cellphone Data and began to piece together. A timeline of events leading up to Taylor's disappearance. What they found were numerous text messages. From tailored to Ashley Beginning on August twenty ninth cleaning with Ashley to go to the bank with her those messages continued in the following days and on September fifth Taylor Exit Ashley. We only have two more hours to go to the bank. You almost ready. Asha responded just called the bank. They closed at four. We have to go in the morning. What time are you free? Taylor's text messages. Get even more urgent. As September seven. The date of the original court hearing with Jeff came and went on that day. Taylor wrote to Ashley. I've got to get to the bank. Asep this morning and get into the box and deposit this money a few minutes later she wrote. I'm going to be held in content. If I don't get that money in the escrow account then they could put me in jail if I don't pay the child support like today. Please don't be laid. They're going to put me in jail if I don't make that deposit today for some reason. It appears as though they still didn't go to the bank because later that day September seventh Taylor was at a restaurant called twin peaks with her girlfriend casts. Ashley met up with them while at the restaurant. Taylor Ashley made plans for Ashley to pick Taylor up the next morning on September eighth to finally go to the bank and so on the morning of September eighth as planned Ashley showed up at cast his house to pick up Taylor around ten. Am Taylor and Ashley Left Together? Cast would later recall. How Ashley Texted? Her that she in. Taylor were at a farm in Milton and that Taylor was riding a horse but some tower records would later show. That Ashley wasn't in Milton.
"mcarthur" Discussed on Court Junkie
"Thirty-three-year-old detailer right was by all accounts. A no nonsense kind of cow. She liked guns and knew how to use them. She obtained a degree in criminal justice and pursued her dream of working in law enforcement. She served as an officer for the city of Jacksonville. North Carolina's police department from January of two thousand eight until August. Two thousand nine. She was then rehired in July of two thousand twelve serving until December two thousand thirteen. She met Jeff. Right in two thousand three and the two married and had a son together by two thousand seventeen. They had divorced and Taylor was Living Pensacola Florida. While Jeff stated North Carolina Taylor was working in Florida as a private investigator. Taylor's friend Ashley. Macarthur also had a degree in criminal justice and worked for the Escambia County Sheriff's office from two thousand five. Two thousand six in two thousand seventeen Ashley was running. A business for parents started called Pensacola automatic amusement. The business supplied pool tables video games and Juke boxes to local bars. Ashley often hung out at one of the bars called Sticks Pool Hall and became romantically involved with the owner. Despite Ashley being married Ashley became friends with the bartenders. And even brought Taylor. Around when CASS reported Taylor is missing. She told detective Gig. Liatti that Taylor was last seen with Ashley. He called Ashley on September Fifteenth. And she told him the same story she told CASTS ABOUT PICKING. Taylor up going to the farm and then Taylor leaving three days later. Detective gig Liatti showed up at Ashley's House and she and her husband Zachary Macarthur agreed to sit down and talk with him for a recorded conversation..
"mcarthur" Discussed on Court Junkie
"Taylor right was due in court and she needed money. Taylor's ex husband was owed child support and he wanted back the thousands of dollars. She withdrew from a shared bank account and a judge agreed for these observations. Made all the simple things between y'all very difficult even for example exchanging the child would say everything number of cases. Yes the money issues between Taylor Jeff. Right started in February. Two thousand seventeen. Jeff was living in North Carolina. While Taylor was living in Pensacola Florida. They were legally divorced and shared custody of their son in July. Two Thousand Seventeen Taylor withdrew one hundred thousand dollars from shared bank account. Jeff was furious and filed a motion for contempt against Taylor. They were scheduled to go to court on September seventh but the day before the hearing Taylor asked to continue it until September twelfth. Did that's the price you why not. This was part of the pattern of delayed and and every opportunity. See Taylor didn't want to give the money back to Jeff. She reportedly had a quote win at all costs attitude with how she handled disagreements with. Jeff she was withdrawing cash transferring money and taking out cashier's checks. She also asked her friend Ashley Macarthur to help her hide the money. The Ashley added Taylor to one of her bank accounts and told her she put thirty thousand dollars in cash into a safety deposit box to hold on her behalf but when it was finally time to go to court Taylor knew she needed to get her cash back from Ashley. She needed to get to the bank. She needed to get her money out and she needed to put in an escrow account with this mess with her ex husband or she was going to be in trouble with the court. Taylor repeatedly asked to go to the bank together. She knew the bank wouldn't allow her to get into the safety deposit. Box Without Ashley there on September Eighth Ashley agreed and picked Taylor up around ten. Am Taylor was in the process of moving into her girlfriend? Cassandra's house and Ashley loaned her a box. Truck to move her belongings. In CASSANDRA. Better known as CASS said. Goodbye to Taylor and Ashley and went about her business for the day casts in Taylor texted back and forth for a while but the text messages from Taylor stopped around eleven thirty. Am Kasten Taylor. A couple more texts after lunch but got no response around four PM. Cast texted Ashley. Are you okay? Taylor hasn't responded to me an hour's Ashley replied yes. Ma'am cast texted back. Can you please have Taylor call me a minute later? Ashley called casts or were they were and heard from Taylor what she tells you. She told me that killer was emotional. The shoe was out riding a horse on her on. Ashley's family farm in Milton and that they'd be home shortly told her to have Taylor calling when she'd off the horse around seven thirty PM. Cast texted Ashley again. This isn't okay. She wrote Ashley called cast and said that after she and Taylor left the farm they went back to Ashley's House and around. Five or five. Fifteen pm Taylor said she was going to call an Uber and go and have a drink. Ashley said she never saw Taylor again after that about twenty minutes after that phone call casts. Got a text message from Taylor's phone that said I'll call you later. I need to get my life organized just before midnight. Ashley Texted Casts. I just got a text from Taylor. Ashley. Sent cast a screen shot of the text from Taylor that read. I'm okay I just need time to court was stressing me out cast. Didn't hear from Taylor all day on September ninth on September tens. She called the Pensacola Police Department on Monday. September Eleventh Cassandra had still not heard from Taylor and what you will hear. Is that her and Taylor kind of having some issues. There was a meeting. That Taylor and CASSANDRA had at Ashley. Macarthur's house where Taylor admitted she'd been talking to somebody else and she had tried cocaine a few times. So when Cassandra didn't hear from Taylor for a few days she was upset. She was angry. All these things came back and she wanted. Taylor stuff gone from her house. Super Sandra call this defendant ash the MacArthur and said Hey. Can you come get your box truck with all of Taylor stuff in it and can we put it at Your Business? The Pensacola automatic amusement had a very large warehouse. So Taylor's belongings were taken to that warehouse on September eleventh after still not hearing from Taylor on September fourteenth CASS went to the police department and formerly filed a missing persons report on September fifteenth. Henson Cola Police Department. Detective Richard Gig. Liatti was assigned to the case. Detective Gig Liatti went through Taylor's belongings a few days later and found a nineteen thousand dollars. Cashier's check made out to Taylor right. 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The Murder of Taylor Wright
"Taylor right was due in court and she needed money. Taylor's ex husband was owed child support and he wanted back the thousands of dollars. She withdrew from a shared bank account and a judge agreed for these observations. Made all the simple things between y'all very difficult even for example exchanging the child would say everything number of cases. Yes the money issues between Taylor Jeff. Right started in February. Two thousand seventeen. Jeff was living in North Carolina. While Taylor was living in Pensacola Florida. They were legally divorced and shared custody of their son in July. Two Thousand Seventeen Taylor withdrew one hundred thousand dollars from shared bank account. Jeff was furious and filed a motion for contempt against Taylor. They were scheduled to go to court on September seventh but the day before the hearing Taylor asked to continue it until September twelfth. Did that's the price you why not. This was part of the pattern of delayed and and every opportunity. See Taylor didn't want to give the money back to Jeff. She reportedly had a quote win at all costs attitude with how she handled disagreements with. Jeff she was withdrawing cash transferring money and taking out cashier's checks. She also asked her friend Ashley Macarthur to help her hide the money. The Ashley added Taylor to one of her bank accounts and told her she put thirty thousand dollars in cash into a safety deposit box to hold on her behalf but when it was finally time to go to court Taylor knew she needed to get her cash back from Ashley. She needed to get to the bank. She needed to get her money out and she needed to put in an escrow account with this mess with her ex husband or she was going to be in trouble with the court. Taylor repeatedly asked to go to the bank together. She knew the bank wouldn't allow her to get into the safety deposit. Box Without Ashley there on September Eighth Ashley agreed and picked Taylor up around ten. Am Taylor was in the process of moving into her girlfriend? Cassandra's house and Ashley loaned her a box. Truck to move her belongings. In CASSANDRA. Better known as CASS said. Goodbye to Taylor and Ashley and went about her business for the day casts in Taylor texted back and forth for a while but the text messages from Taylor stopped around eleven thirty. Am Kasten Taylor. A couple more texts after lunch but got no response around four PM. Cast texted Ashley. Are you okay? Taylor hasn't responded to me an hour's Ashley replied yes. Ma'am cast texted back. Can you please have Taylor call me a minute later? Ashley called casts or were they were and heard from Taylor what she tells you. She told me that killer was emotional. The shoe was out riding a horse on her on. Ashley's family farm in Milton and that they'd be home shortly told her to have Taylor calling when she'd off the horse around seven thirty PM. Cast texted Ashley again. This isn't okay. She wrote Ashley called cast and said that after she and Taylor left the farm they went back to Ashley's House and around. Five or five. Fifteen pm Taylor said she was going to call an Uber and go and have a drink. Ashley said she never saw Taylor again after that about twenty minutes after that phone call casts. Got a text message from Taylor's phone that said I'll call you later. I need to get my life organized just before midnight. Ashley Texted Casts. I just got a text from Taylor. Ashley. Sent cast a screen shot of the text from Taylor that read. I'm okay I just need time to court was stressing me out cast. Didn't hear from Taylor all day on September ninth on September tens. She called the Pensacola Police Department on Monday. September Eleventh Cassandra had still not heard from Taylor and what you will hear. Is that her and Taylor kind of having some issues. There was a meeting. That Taylor and CASSANDRA had at Ashley. Macarthur's house where Taylor admitted she'd been talking to somebody else and she had tried cocaine a few times. So when Cassandra didn't hear from Taylor for a few days she was upset. She was angry. All these things came back and she wanted. Taylor stuff gone from her house. Super Sandra call this defendant ash the MacArthur and said Hey. Can you come get your box truck with all of Taylor stuff in it and can we put it at Your Business? The Pensacola automatic amusement had a very large warehouse. So Taylor's belongings were taken to that warehouse on September eleventh after still not hearing from Taylor on September fourteenth CASS went to the police department and formerly filed a missing persons report on September fifteenth. Henson Cola Police Department. Detective Richard Gig. Liatti was assigned to the case. Detective Gig Liatti went through Taylor's belongings a few days later and found a nineteen thousand dollars. Cashier's check made out to Taylor right. He thought it was weird for person to voluntarily. Go Missing and leave behind so much money. So then where was Taylor right?
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"mcarthur" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership
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"mcarthur" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership
"Smell restaurant style. Words you. You're changing habits and lifestyle and thoughts and all of that is gonNA take some time but don't get don't beat yourself up over it in in plan and understand that there's going to be those pitfalls like you mentioned and you know. How are you going to navigate around them and having a plan which I think we all need to have a plan for life? I don't know many that actually do put It seems like There's a lot of people. Unfortunately that the don't necessarily plan out their life life the best way that they could and they wonder why their lives are in the state that they're in. Here's an example of how hard it is to lose weight. I I think the average person who runs a marathon which is twenty six miles. The average person who runs a marathon is gonNA lose somewhere between three thousand four thousand calories and our or lose three thousand four thousand calories that's roughly equal to a pound of of actual weight loss such a lot of work for a pound It's a little bit easier if you focus on your food if you think of thirty five hundred calories. It's you know having a calorie deficit of about five hundred calories Per Day over a week you could lose. You could lose a pound each week but as you say it's going to happen overnight and once you understand stand that and you can get into the habits routines of doing what you need to do Change thanks that's the same thing with whatever whatever type of modification WanNa make in your life whether it's weight loss sore. How you approach things how you manage your stress? How you interact ratchet relationships you name it so there was one thing in your book That you really wanted to hammer home with people and to really make a huge impact on our lives. What would that be well? So let me sneak into. There's two tips that I think work really well. And they're around building building good habits so there's this idea that in order that way a habit works for us is it's this what's called the habit loop where there is something that is called a Q.. Saying thing that kind of triggers a habit to occur the routine which is just automatically doing that habit and then there's some kind of reward at the end that makes it worthwhile Twat free to keep doing it so in order to build a new habit. You want to hack that loop so you hack the queue by tying the new habit to something that you're Ardi doing your day so let's say you WanNa start doing meditation. You might decide. Oh cat brush. My teeth Every morning I know that I'm got a brush my teeth. Why did I decide to do meditation right after I brush my teeth because then the tooth brushing is is a trigger queue? That will remind me this is the time to do it. And the second piece is around hacking the routine. And you're gonNA build something you're going to establish a routine much more easily if you try to minimize demise all the resistance around that routine and so in order to do that Instead of starting by saying okay. I'm going to meditate for twenty minutes every day. Make the make the habit of you're trying to establish as small as possible so say I'm GonNa Meditate every day after I brush my teeth for one minute a day so it's a tiny habit Abbott or a tiny activity that if you keep doing it repeatedly after the same Q.. You're going to build up as a habit and then once it's established to something you do automatically clean then you can start lengthening out the amount of time that you spend on it. So I call these piggybacking and shrinking your habits as a way to hack the habit loop and that's a great analogy because if you start off small you'll get some some momentum you'll like. I like to call quick wins. And when you do that you get the momentum and I can do this you know in eastern eastern doing Habits builds the the memory or the memory muscle and at the end of it. You'll start seeing some changes over time and then all of a sudden you're like wow. I'm not as stressed as they used to be a more positive that he used to be accomplishing more. A more energetic There's so many positive things that happen. When we take those small stops you know and so if you increase everything is James Alter says the improve yourself one percent day then over a year even prove yourself three hundred sixty five percent? And that's that's kind of compound compound interest. It keeps growing and growing so as also Keith. I've enjoyed our conversation today. Amazing how time flies through these things. I I was wondering where people could find out.
"mcarthur" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership
"And how can I prove it can use it to help others. Can I grow myself and usually usually is a combination of growing yourself and helping others when when we share stories of the the things that we've overcome and the challenges that we face on a daily basis. Yeah I think that's right and if you you know for me personally just approaching it by China learn for myself but also trying to share what I was learning. I think helped me even more you know that I could feel like I was both a learner and a teacher at the same time just helped me to grow personally even faster. Some of the things that helped you can revisit those challenging days and and grow from them. I'm and make those positive changes about you. Know wanting to develop yourself in in and take this in quite frankly a second chance at life because again you when he could have chose a lot of different paths but you chose to do this but worse over some of the early discoveries that really helped give you that momentum to be able to continue doing what you do for me. The most important thing that I learned is that there are three things that I need to focus on and that need to be doing regularly. If I'm going to be happy and healthy if I'M GONNA get my brain in the right space and be the kind of person I want to be and so those three things the first one is to get exercise every day Whether it's going to the gym and doing an intense workout or just taking my dog for a long walk. I've gotta move every single day and make that a priority the second around mindfulness. So it's something that I kind of got interested in before my transplant but after it's something that I really embraced and make time time for daily and then the third one is around gratitude that I have to take time to remember what I'm grateful for it to focus on the things in my life that I'm grateful for because even though I've been given this amazing life changing gift for my sister. It's easy to slip into this This mindset taking things for granted and starting to think of you know get approaching life as if I'm owed something and And if I just turn my thoughts around and just focus on gratitude for the things that I do have. It really helps me to be more of the person that I wanna be those those three things in tandem if people would do those three things every day is imagine what this world would look like look dramatically different than it does because one people would be more active and again. We're not talking about camping out at the gym. Twenty hours a day type of thing. Just yes you WanNa talk toss in some evidence exercise but just moving around and going for a walk or parking in the parking lot a little bit further sir. Walk to the doors a little bit longer. Those little things you know make a big difference. A gratitude is is something that I had a call with somebody earlier today. I told them as one thing she wanted to is literally journal every day. All the great things that have happened to you today in insert focusing on that what you'll find is even if you're having a quote unquote bad day. You will find there. Were more good things that happened in your day than bad and once you notice that one of those quote unquote bad things happen. They don't carry the same weight they used to. Because you know Okay Yep minor setback. I can deal with it and in ties into the mindfulness and just being present and telling the you know the the middle to keep quiet. Don't worry about the fighting fighting or the fleeing or any of the other things that Our brain tells us to do and that fighter flight type response just basically not take will be in the moment enjoy things in notice things and maybe not look so much into the screen of your iphone or your android so much and just kind of notice things that are going around again. You do those things it makes traumatic difference in your life it really does and we know brain research shows that that you know when synopsis. They say that when I was fired together they wired together right. So it's this idea that if you start focusing on gratitude you wire your brain to look for more things to be grateful for whereas if you start getting into a place of resentment you'll feel yourself day after day looking for more things to be angry about or resentful all about so So we can positively take positive steps to wire our brain The way that will make us actually be be healthier and approach life from a healthier mindset. It's a it's a minor mindshift but it has major results when you do it in very similar. It's like when you buy a car all of a sudden you see that car all the time everywhere. It's it's similar where you focuses on it and like okay. I just bought this. You'd never see Ammonia Nia Poland a parking lot and all of a sudden it EC. Thirty of them to go. Okay which runs mine. I don't remember what the new plate was. Okay let me try unlocked and see which one unlocks. It's might. That's a good analogy exactly so one of the things you did amongst all the writing you've done as you you wrote a book Winning resolution so tell us about that book and Yeah what what motivated you to rent so I think like most people. I've been always fascinated with this idea that you could go to bed on New Year's Eve as kind of a flawed version of yourself and wake up magically transformed warm the next day so for year after year I would kind of set the same resolutions and failed to make them either the very next day or within a few days I I would have failed failed to meet these resolutions but the work that I did after my transplant to kind of learn more about how to become a better version of me and help me learn a lot of the skills to actually make these major positive changes in our lives so the subtitle is of the book is about achieving she your biggest schools in wildest dreams really. This book is a recipe for how to do that and although I talk about resolutions it's not something that has to happen on New Year's Day at something that can happen spend any time of year But it's just about. What do we need to do? What are the steps? We need to take to try to make successful changes weather whether it's about weight. Loss or approving improving our relationships improving our finances Bail share sort of a similar recipe for success us. And that's the key I'm with you on that. Were New Year's Eve you celebrate and all of a sudden New Year ear New Year you hear all the marketing campaigns. The gym gets packed again for a few weeks and then it goes back to now usually by the end of January but definitely February. The Gym. Emma's ray back to normal It was funny on New Year's Day went to the gym for sitting in the morning and they were open and I was the first a person in there. And I'm looking around I posted on instagram. People already slackers day. There's nobody here numb hind us. Five o'clock clock in the morning. Some of them may have been just rolling in from near celebrate right. I can't I can't I don't want them in the gym at that particular point because that's not a good combination and it's not it's not good for a variety of reasons. Will you raise a good point. That's one of the reasons why New Year's Eve or New Year's Day they often isn't the best time to make resolutions because we tend to go out and You know go go to extremes with eating and drinking and partying the night before. We're we're not really setting ourselves up for success and other problem with it. Is that on New Year's Eve. If you're setting your New Year's Eve you resolutions on New Year's Eve you haven't really taken the time to plan for them and to to actually set up plan of what it what success looks like. That's one of the things that I really stress in the book as well as that if you're going to set resolutions it's it's not just like snapping your finger making it happen you need to take some time before your resolution start date actually set a plan to you anticipate what are some of the stumbling blocks that might show up. That'll prevent me from succeeding at and T to make a game plan for how you're going to deal with those key because just like with anything like a project or something Adak you're gonNa build or anything you have a plan on what is GonNa look like in hopefully have an idea what the the aftermath of the outcome will look like because when you do that You know who would it should look like on the steps that you need to take to get there one of the things that I do if if there's some type of change or do something different in a a New Year. I don't necessarily think in in years. I tend to operate more in quarters or maybe half year but a much shorter timeframe so that way. One it motivates me to move things and do things a little bit sooner but also it keeps it fresh in twenty twenty. I WanNa do this all right. Well well that's not not as far out as it could be but it's still it's ways away before we get to that in audience just so you know we're recording according this in early May of two thousand nineteen just Kinda dated a little bit but so we know that in six months some change. It'll be a new year so if I'm planning on doing something next year than in order for me to be successful in reaching that goal what are the steps after take between now now and then in order to be successful and and that's a great exercise to do because if you say okay to lose ten pounds okay how how would you gonNA do. Do you WANNA lose it. Like boxers doing just cut weight for the fight and then gained it right back before the fight or are you looking to keep this way to off for an extended period time for the rest of your life while the those two different outcomes are two different experiences in order to get to do an outcome that you want so you have to kind of map it out and plan it out and when you do that you'll be more successful than otherwise just kind of do an unusually. Yeah absolutely and you know an example of trying to forecast you're stumbling blocks. Let's say that you you WANNA you're you're setting a resolution lose weight and you know that you've got. Let's say you're you're niece's birthday party coming up the next week and there's going to be cake they're making a decision ahead ahead of time that you're either going to have a piece of cake or you're not You know it's not necessarily a bad thing to make exceptions from your resolution but if you're leaving it into the actual moment went where if you decide ahead If you haven't thought about it ahead then you may take a piece in feel like you've failed so think about all these things that are going to be decisions that you have are going to have to make that relates the resolution and make them ahead of time because then if you go to the party you've already decided okay. This is the one day this week. I'm going to have a piece of desert. You made that decision vision. You're gonNA feel okay about it. You're not going to go into a shame. Spiral that could kind of make the whole resolution fall apart so So that's really important. It's thinking ahead about those potential stumbling blocks and also too when you're beating yourself because you have that piece of cake or the two pieces of cake and the ice cream or a may be snuck in the third piece of those looking all of a sudden Easter chaining yourself in your feeling guilty and then what that's doing is creating getting some negative emotions in your body and stress which means your body and your brain goes on their stress. I need to address that. So it's taking energy that you would normally family be using to maybe help. Burn off those extra calories and address the stress In when it does that oftentimes the body stores up the things in the next thing you know you you know. I don't know this from a scientific standpoint but I would guess that if you keep stressing yourself about that Your body's not going to be able to break down those calories see don't keep those weights so you'll probably put on more weight just because you're worrying stressing about eating the pizza Isa cake. Yeah I don't know the size of that either but that that certainly sounds like it could make sense especially over long term period and I know a lot of people like I'm trying to lose weight do or do not. There is no try master. Yoda's all this And it just again. Yeah you know that you're going to do it in. It's a WHO lost a considerable amount of weight in the last year in some change I tell people it's like if you're trying to lose a a significant amount of weight you have to remember that you did not put that weight on overnight. You put the weight on over a long period of time. So don't expect lose lose it you know in. Today's ooh ate a salad for lunch today. 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"mcarthur" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership
"And today. I've got a great guest Keith. Macarthur's on the line with us today decided. Hey It's great to be here. I'm good Likewise glad that you are here and you're in the personal development space and that's obviously at any that I strongly advocate for people to constantly constantly develop up themselves to make themselves the best version of what they can be. So how did you get into the space. So why did you choose it. So I've always been interested in producing content and written books. I worked as a journalist for a long time but like you sort of went through some some personal personal trauma that led to some personal growth. So a few years ago my kidney began to fail and doctors basically told me that. If I didn't get dialysis or a transplant soon I would die and the better option is absolutely to to get a transplant and on top to go through dialysis because that can really put a strain on your body shortens year life expectancy And you know as I was waiting for the transplant I was having my sister's getting tested and cousins getting tested Other other people that I knew offered to to kind of come forward and be a donor. but meanwhile I was getting sicker and I body was getting weep if the toxins were building up. When the kidney couldn't filter them out I was starting to get confused and I literally felt like I was dying even though I knew that something was going to happen? That was gonNA save me whether whether it was Iowa sir transplant but luckily my sister came forward. She was a good match. And you've got the transplant. And I essentially felt like I've been given a second chance at life and as a result I made a decision then in there that I didn't want to waste it that I wanted to live my life the the way that I always should have been living and so started doing a ton of reading a ton of research and decided that instead of the books that I had been focused on before that which which were related to things like sports music I wanted to focus on this new interest around personal development and so I started creating books in that space. is very somewhere where we had a health scare Thankfully I didn't need to get the donation a a from a loved one but it was still one of those things where you know not addressed a we may not be talking today. And I think that's really and that's that's a key thing that that when we have those life changing experiences we have a choice I always tell people. oftentimes we have three choices. We can the number one do nothing and just say okay just kind of go through the motions of of our lives acting as if nothing ever happened Be Weaken. He can play victim and say. Why did this happen to me? And why AM I. You know the one getting picked on here in the world's against me.
"mcarthur" Discussed on Write with Love
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She's been on the podcast. She's gorgeous. Albuque- brides is based in australia. Sorry <hes> <hes> yes. They wanted abroad some broad spooks and i sit kelly knicks knicks series. Can i come and she said yeah. We're doing some broad i to some affect roads so we sat down with victoria payment katherine hi myself and obviously kelly hunter and kelly such star anyway. We're just doing we're any emailing each other then we start wake up together and we had kelly had this bottle of block read and we decided that it really really discount really needed to name and we decided that you couldn't get any better than long so we decided we we're blocks it and really work as a town nine but we will sort sort of baptising all these other things we are long and it just is beautiful at a wedding pounds <hes> so we've got all the people who run the town katrin heim was the hairdresser kennedy was the first new iron station where the where the <hes> winnings were held victoria's person was the was the celebrant and mine of course was the doctor but she was hotting masquerading as a as a cafe around because of his sister but it was still a adopt it yes but it was great fun really right i said four books in the first series and we've actually been really really really fortunate with with a series and now this second series just come through and bob hannah stick dean <hes> when catching couldn't do book this time but adoption catherine will be back because i just adored katrin spoke in that first series and it's lovely to have bob and yeah just it's part of a little group in it's just a lovely experience yeah for sure sorry within that series and kelly hunters wanted awards the hypocrites area maggie yes yup yup and you have also won an era award for the series it said a series one that best series last year or the last era uh-huh announcements which was cast fabulous. That was really really lovely. We been released skift competition yeah really exciting and if anyone doesn't know what era is australian roommates rate is association. They're also get any better than a bunch of raiders and then of course they <hes> sided with toy series like we were saying and the second series you'll book was called hollies heart which now now my book was cold licey in the second series sightsee. Sorry said the first series that's are out in the first series there was haley kelly's maggots from then victoria's stories bill and then it was katherine <unk> actually can't remember the name. I don't remember that man elsa yes. I remember that man. I remember that hiccups and then there was holly's hats which was sorry wound that was supposed seriously holidays hot post one is is yeah in my last it and that was the one that's just won a big award. Yes that one when the car which is just very very cool. I haven't he had to stink as you want and to say so the car is very exciting is the award for excellence short romance book with the from rome metro new zealand. Yes which was was very very cool. We love al qaeda's and we love the way love is the best conference so good. Although i have been to every single strang conference and i loved the mole yes an awesome job the conference organizers they do for sure. We love our volunteers excellent well. That's very exciting so your latest release is of course the midwife so tell us about the story. The disadvantage is sitting central australia and if have you been delivered yet yeah. There's just it's magic. I love it. I love the colors. I love the steel. I love the spices. I just love says sitting hitting a book. There was was really really cool. <hes> abors actually a desert midwife himself said this is my heroin when i was writing ozzy advice committed out midwife who was working out of alice and weak sister of gang from alice springs up to catherine visiting all the pregnancy is on the way out to catherine afrin and then arriving back in alice springs for friday my meta- friday that was a huge and it was like oh my goodness that is definitely a heroine joe so <hes> that's what i but does abe is family bought a cattle station. <hes> they've been several generations. She's entrenched in sensuous strategy. Never leaving their mother lift did not turn out well <hes> and then on a plane back to alice. She makes this guy and they fall in love and it's a really fast. Oh oh my goodness will bidding romance and it's like all these conquests because your from sydney. I'm from here. There is no way it's going to match and then it's like <hes> it. They just couldn't get that was just it was just wonderful and i go out to l. Springs apt to from alice springs to the roof and it's unfortunate intact tightly hiccups him nation <hes>. He totally forgets her. He forgets the ring that he hasn't his wallet. He forgets everything so yes. She has to work away through that. She has to make sure he's okay and she's a he doesn't remember but she believes it. What i had was side spatial then withdrawing and von oh lovely nineties we have three baby senate one set of twins yeah so lots of medical drama in that one sounds like good traveling to <hes> yeah lots of traveling lots of looked babies lots of oh my goodness send it was the one who become really really proud of it. I love love the scenery getting lots of feedback great feedback from men <hes> i deal with a lot of mental health issues i deal with lots of more drama and its suppose that ambling came up and asked by audiobook so i was really excited about but since then i bought my backlist which is coming out some desma twats already out in audio and blender premium <unk> january every match intestate very exciting. I love linda and i'm so glad that they moral champions. That's just brilliant yeah excellent so we can light up our era. Would you books. I disagree on audio able and yup perenco yeah. It's exciting districts. What are you working on now. Is it going to be a sequel not visit me. I wrote a book in in two thousand fourteen with two three sisters was called. San sunrise was my first <hes> sisters getting together. This was my first big casserole. My <hes> small fire. I actually combined books and made three sisters except that they it really wasn't ramp to trade. People in this book was first. Two sisters stories set up back. They sat at meat. Refreeze center was such lots of drama perry modem caesarian korea. I mean you name it. We had drama and the last sister was an obstetrician and a couple of years later actually three aside colt <hes> baby doctor and it came in two thousand seventeen and oh coming on now is actually the young woman that was in the baby doctor said it was the who had a baby by herself and this is her story and is your lovely really really enjoyed. My my publisher was old. Ooh kane on series but it's not really a series. It's just a linked then we'll stand alone but it's nice to make a game and to even if he doesn't make me even just hearing that they will in that they happy yeah. I think that as a raider i love that so as a rajoy also so i'm very excited.
"mcarthur" Discussed on Write with Love
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Toronto Serial Killer Bruce McArthur Gets Life Sentence in Case That Terrorized Gay Men
"A sixty seven year old landscape gardener and former shopping mall, Santa Claus who was revealed as a serial killer. Terrorizing Toronto has been sentenced to life in prison. Bruce, MacArthur, targeted the gay community in Canada's biggest city for seven years in total. Eight men were killed with police finding a ninth men tied to a bed alive when they stormed MacArthur's home to arrest him vulnerable victims, including homeless men immigrants and refugees from Ghana stance. Relent and Iran were lured to the home and then strangled to death. A jury in Toronto her disturbing. Details of what happened next during his trial who spoke to CBS's Llorente red cop who was in the courtroom for the sentencing or the judge called MacArthur, pure evil. So the judge said that really that this had to be about punishment and not about vengeance. And so he. We went through all the various options and everything that he took into account, for example. He talked about the who've horrific nature of these murders and talked about this as a collective nightmare. Four members of the community for family and friends saying that this is a nightmare that they would have to deal with for the rest of their lives. He also talked about how not only would these deaths have been slow and painful, but then also talked about the indignities that were experienced by the men's bodies as they were buried either in planters or in the ground at behind a home where McArthur worked as a landscaper detach. Also mentioned that yes, he did plead guilty. But said he didn't show any sign of remorse. Some of the family members of the victims were pleased with with the sentencing. That's right. Exactly. I mean, they would they wanted to see the maximum that however much that could be so we know that this is a life sentence. The crown had been asking for no chance of parole for fifty years. The judge talked about that as you know, that it would be largely symbolic as MacArthur would be a hundred and sixteen years of age if he were to be alive at that time, but still given that these were eight murders and so horrific in nature. He had saved pictures of the men both when they were alive and also once they had already been killed most of them were strangled, and then pictured in some cases with a fur coat or for hat and their bodies posed in some cases with a cigar in their mouths that these were such horrific crimes, the families and friends they wanted to see something more. And so the judge said, you know, it's unlikely that if he is alive at that time that he even will be granted parole parole
Gov. Rick Scott to step down from elections board that is certifying his results
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