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"mirus" Discussed on Parcast Presents
"Only family and close friends resided. That harry gordon pace the first floor parlor bewildered with grief. He had just lost his wife genevieve and feared that he was about to lose his sister in law mini to something sinister was decimating. The davis bloodline and many was the last one standing or rather couch. Ridden and hanging on for dear life. As harry watched his thirty nine year old in struggle for each breath he noticed something peculiar whenever forty four year old nurse. Jane topping approached with coca wine. Mini recoiled hiring. You the two women had been the best of friends. The charleena's had added one of the surrounding cottages every summer for the past five years. Perhaps it was all in his head. As the wine trickle down from minis. Pus lips the deathly ill woman desperately for her life. Unlike harry she might have known the bitter truth jolly jane hopping was poisoning her to death. This wasn't the first time jane had poisoned to Tom it exactly two years earlier in davis family rental cottage. Jane killed her foster sister. Elizabeth brigham with a glass of mineral water laced with strychnine. Riding high. From elizabeth steph in august of eighteen. Ninety-nine jane likely found it difficult to return to her humdrum life while she had previously delighted in poisoning her patients. It's possible that. Jane realized they were merely fleeting encounters with sexual thrills. Reach her most potent climax. Jane had to poison the people closest to her and robbed them blind and there was always something to take consider. Jane's next victim. Forty year old. Myra connors myra had secured a favorable at saint. John's theological school in cambridge. Working is the school's dining matron. She yielded a considerable level of status and power. Myra also received the fringe benefits. If a spacious apartment and personal made in february of nineteen hundred my recalled upon her dear friend. Jane toppin for medical assistance. The forty year old suffered from localised peritonitis and has symptoms with dia mirus physician prescribed powdered opium and arrow route to quell the pain base. Under doctor's medicinal choices and what we know about localised peritonitis. Myra must have been in a lot of pain. Localized peritonitis is the inflammation of a portion of the parrot neom the membrane in the abdomen. The covers and protects our internal organs. The symptoms are severe of domino pain and swelling and today it's managed with targeted pain medications. Antibiotics and surgery. It makes sense that her doctor prescribed opium as this was the standard treatment for severe pain at that time. prescribing error. Rude was also really popular in the victorian era as a catchall treatment for bowel problems. Like diarrhea and pain. Era root is a plant and its root and stem contain a starch. That people use medicinally. Some people claim that it really works for them. But the scientific backing here is thin. Air route is a supplement at supplements are not studied in the same way that conventional medications are so there is no scientific data. That backs up its efficacy. Byrom must have had pretty severe symptoms if she felt the need to have a nurse by our side. In addition to the victorian era painkillers. My rope a few days in nurse. Toppings care would do the trick. Jane was after all one of cambridge's most successful private nurses endorsed by the city's top physicians and most reputable families but when the nurse arrived at mirus burn burnhall apartment jane felt a pang of envy reminiscent of the us. She lived in her foster sister's shadow. Just like with elizabeth. Jane didn't want to help myra she wanted to take all that. Myra had while the perks of my wrist profession were enticing tool. They were of particular interest to jane. Since leaving the top and residents in her late twenties. Jane had bounced from doma to dormitory and from boarding house boarding boardinghouse ways the transient and apartments of her own would have sounded profoundly appealing to further attempt. Her was the promise of a made. While being a private nurse afforded jane level of status. She was still in the business of service from indentured servant to housekeeper and then to private nurse. It was all the same. Jane looked after those in highest stations. As saint john's dining matron others would look after her staring down at her sickly friend. Jane made up her mind with a strong. Does of what was later. Thought to be straightening. Jane relieved myrick owners of her duties on february eleventh. Nineteen hundred following my wrist death. Jane presented the dean of the school with a tale of fabricated convenience. Ever the imaginative liar. Jane recounted how had dear friend. Myra wanted jane to fill her place. Unfortunately jane was not prepared to handle all of the administrative job required if the dining matron especially when it came to finances she was known to spend money as fast as she made it and she was often behind on rent and owed many debts perhaps have poor. Accounting skill stemmed from the fact that prior to becoming a nurse. Jane was rarely paid at all. She worked for room and board when grievances of missing an unpaid wages rolled in not only was jane's competency questioned. She was also suspected of petty larceny. Although she denied these allegations jane was dismissed of her responsibilities. After departing burnham whole jane took up residence with melvin and elisa beadle in cambridge massachusetts. While jane maintained a good relationship with the beatles her other landlords were not so pleased. She had apparently evaded payment on her summer. Rental cottage in qatar. For years the same property she killed her foster sister in despite the objections of her husband. Alden davis sixty year old. Mary davis known to all is mattie was determined to collect the rents jane owed her. It was upwards of five hundred dollars. A large amounts at the turn of the century and enough was enough. So on june twenty-fifth nineteen one. Mattie left the comforts of johnson house and boarded a train to cambridge but as she walked toward the train she lost her footing mattie tripped and fell in full view if a cough full of passengers while she laid recounted that her ego was the only thing bruised her full set into motion a series of events that left mattie easy prey after the nearly seventy mile journey mattie arrived at the beatles. Jane offered the exhausted traveler moments of response and glass of whom yati mineral water. The beverage of course was.
"mirus" Discussed on Fresh Air
"I don't work. Like i used to jump on a bus for ten days over. The bunch of twenty four year olds drinking beer It's my life's a little different. Luckily i can do exhibits and do give talks to people and And the sign princeton galleries. Bob gruen the book is fund. Thank you so much for speaking with us. We'll thank you for having me bob. Bruins new memoir has called right place right time. The life of a rock and roll photographer. Fresh air weekend is produced by two recent madden. Fresh air's executive producer is danny miller. Our technical director and engineer is audrey. Bentham our interviews and reviews produced and edited by amy salad. Phyllis mirus roberta shorrock. Sam brigger lauren. Crandell some on emoryville donato. Fair challenor said kelly and kayla. Lattimore our associate producer of digital media. Is molly seavy nesper. I'm terry gross. Swing home blowy out dancing to go..
"mirus" Discussed on A Hot Dog Is a Sandwich
"We're just going in there and we're taking boutique in you know foods from like I don't know rural Michigan, and then we're throwing put some you know from lay ocean food and there, and it's just like one. I don't think millennials have the same respect for food that baby boomers do I think they just wanted to go in there and I saw this on a blog no reputable sources they're just like I saw this crazy thing on the Internet. I'm going to try to make it, and then they don't know that it's a fake video where someone literally takes a Caramel and he up it's so funny. Have you seen these five minutes crafts, videos more they take? Twenty five ways to make fun and it's like really unsafe methods of cooking like taking a worthy scare and heating it up on a Pan, and then the next shot it's like beautifully like melted caramel sauce, which is not how you do it. Oh, there's there's so much faking movie magic goes there so much misinformation going on for millennial cooks that it's actually dangerous the one Thing I can say is that the boomers the things that they were given those church cookbooks from nineteen, forty four, that kind of information stays it's been tried and true attested millennials don't have that much access to concrete strong trute tried and tested recipes the way that our mommies and daddies did that is a really interesting point. It's like we're so spoiled for information to and from. Such a metaphor for like current time we're living in. It's like you would think people be so educated about all these current events and everything, but there's literally just too much information to choose from that. We can't even decide God I. Guess I feel that when I cook all the time to literally like living in Los Angeles, we have access to every type of food agile. There are people from every single country in the world represented in Los Angeles. If you WANNA, go find Trinidadian groceries you can easily find Trinidadian groceries go down south. This is actually a really good training grocery store down there. But anyways like now when I'm you know what do I make for dinner every night and I know I have all this wealth of knowledge in culture in food at my disposal just like I'm just going to boil rice and mix it with yogurt and meet. You know so I do feel that. Yeah and like you said, like a lot of the content that's being created on the Internet on these blocks and stuff they're not vetted. It's not from experts like how many times have you tried to follow a recipe from one of these kind of new foodie blogs that I mean crab I I wrote a blog for a long time that like Mirus vs weren't properly tested. I would measure some stuff and it Kinda eyeball it and then write a recipe and then people will try and go making sometimes they strips be like you don't work, and then I'd go into the recipe and realize like, Oh, I just forgot you know. Or anything. Really anything whereas at least you know when you're talking about these, I guess church cookbooks are different things because those are kind of call it together. But I'm thinking about when there was more like hierarchy in food media that was published know like Mfa Fisher you know ratings like share beautiful cookbooks back in the day like that stuff was rigorously tested because they had the kind. Of Resources do that that said it's less democratic because now you can have anyone sort of creating these resources online. So it's like which one would you rather have I that's that's something that's really interesting because a lot of the Times it's like you get inundated with so many different things in so many different. It's like that that's still is it Sylvia plath the Bell Jar? And then..
"mirus" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You
"Kind of challenge Mirus nurse if you are not connected to any community or any funds for new this. I encourage you to on instagram or twitter. Eric Follow and business people. And just as you're looking for your feet and as you're you're learning and hearing some of these people I guarantee you. It won't take very long for you to realize that there's some things going on. You might not be aware of and and I think that's Kinda applies to all. Ethnic group is a good idea to know puffing and be aware and deal out of our little bubbles so I it's very important to make sure you are paying attention to native voices especially being on the land of people who are still here. No that's amazing. I love that. That's a great challenge and I think absolutely I would voice that and I agree with you. That is to start to through to do that. And now they work in we find you on the interwebs you can find me on all social media platforms uh-huh at some kind of brown my podcast. Some kind of Brown is on the all the editors as any teenager aged website for a teenager because it still has the DOT wordpress dot com. Some kind of brown not. We're past that has has all the episodes that I have found so far. And you want about that November or any of the guests or episodes attack on their amazing. Thank you again You are awesome bath and I'm sure we're going to keep in connection. Yes we want you know. We support everything you're doing and we want to make sure that you know that we over here. It's Minty love what you're doing and our great grateful that you're doing it yet. Yeah thank you so much stay. My girlfriend is a big fan. Oh Five Oh hello I yeah I see a transgender woman and something that I think I really if you say if you're just about being woman without necessarily putting a limit on what that means and I think that really comforting for people who are transgender women to just have this place where they can talk about and being a woman in at the same time being included in the narrative that brings us to the end of this another delightful interview with All of your listeners. I'm always impressed and inspired. And all the things that you all are doing keep for keep letting US know what you're up to. We love hearing about it And as Natalie said probably everybody on this list we could have talked about the whole episode. So it's not as she had said before even though I was like. Oh Yeah it's a big list it is it really isn't it's probably an endless list of people that we could talk about who identify it is female or non binary that needs to be recognized that we need to be talking about in their history does need to be preserved and the things that they have done for their community as well as for their culture and I think I'm very sad that we couldn't get we don't have all the information that we absolutely should and That that this the first time I've heard of probably about four of those women right. I'm I've ever talked about that. Yeah and makes me really. Yeah Natalie's said she had an entire spreadsheet of women and he had to choose. I appreciate the difficulty of that Natalie as you as you if you're listening to this now I've been in that situation not dissimilar but then like pick of all of these amazing women picked the three best and you're like Movies and other the things right now all I can think of his movies because we've been talking about movies. Yes yes uh but I also have more important items in my lifetime. But Yeah Yeah I would love to hear about every single woman on that spreadsheet. We'll see if action we should have just gone and that's all you can publish it. Maybe share your secrets. Uh Uh I'm putting it on my show if not you should definitely go listen to her show. You should absolutely do that because as you said we all need to know these stories stories and they're so valuable and inspiring they are. Yes so if you would like to email us with whatever you're up to or people we should be talking about whatever's on your mind you can do that. Our email is steph media mom stuff at IHEARTMEDIA DOT com. You can also find us on twitter at MOM's stuff podcast or on instagram at stuff. I'm never told you. Thanks to Natalie. For being our wonderful interviewee you think you to. Andrew are super producer. Another thank you and thank you for listening. Stefan never told us. Production of iheartradio's. How after for for more podcasts? From iheartradio the iheartradio APP apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen to your favorite shows.
"mirus" Discussed on Congratulations with Chris D'Elia
"Was it after sorta one twenty four finally, we got to have persona one twenty four of congratulations, always been waiting for this episode you understand. And before we even start I guess, you know, let's do fuck and see where I'm going to be coming up. We got to the Tennessee dates, which are well, first of all, we got Hoover, Alabama on June twenty-sixth, and we've got Memphis Tennessee on June twenty seventh June twenty eighth Chattanooga. Now. That's the name of a place. Now. That's the name of a city Chattanooga. Chattanooga is in name of a city. Is it in Indian thing, I don't know sounds like it could be? But it's probably not maybe it is. But I'll be at the tha volleyer the Tivoli theatre. I don't know. I don't these words were it's like yo know how their pronounced I'm not in new him. It's like just have it be like everyone knows how to pronounce car. It's car, even though Mirus friend would say care, and that's a different word because care is, is another word. It's not car care is care, cri. And then I'll be in Knoxville, Tennessee, which begins with a K, which is fucking stupid. Right. It should just be NOX also over time. We should've just eliminated the K, right? We do that as people. We do that as people where we, we, we, you know, the we don't have fucking tales anymore. We used to have tells us when we were fishes, right? We were fucking little beings in the waters. Anyway, dude, I'll be in Chattanooga, n- Knoxville, and Memphis and Hoover. So get tickets at Kristalina dot com. That's a follow the leader tour as follow the leader tour, Christly dot com..
"mirus" Discussed on Make Speidi Famous Again
"And then. Amazon. Oh, amazon. So the main app that I did was Amazon flex, which was grocery delivery. Oh my God. The most stressful job in the world. So I'm like, Spencer, where I stab chat, my whole day, every day. So it's like a reality show, my life, and I would be working for Amazon just bawling in my car trying to make it on time to these deliveries because it's all an app, and there's not a boss that you can call to be like, hey, there's traffic or there's no parking. Or I don't have the code to get into the thing. There's like a million things that could go wrong that could cause you to be late, like there might be a parade where the streets are blocked off. So I'd be sitting in my car because this is my only before she keeps going just say, you know, 'cause she carried so many bags if she didn't have my row, the best Yoder in ever, she would not have kept that job at Amazon, because she was carrying so many bags, and she always, always smelling amazing. Everyone was always commenting how is she so stylish with that refillable case? It's so good for the environment. And they're like, oh my gosh. Can she deliver my Uber eats? Because her owner in smells like it has a central falls in it, because it does the release over time to keep you fresh Mirus formula is hard working like McKenzie and long lasting like her grind the best part about it. It's not toxic. Zero percent aluminum zero parabens, and their ingredients are clinically tested to be safe and effective. If fifty percent off your first order and get started today for just five dollars..
"mirus" Discussed on The Sheepdog Project
"If you look at private organizations church groups, whatever it might be how much we're giving. He said, no, I don't have that information. Well, why don't you go? Look it up and he came back to me two days later. He said, you're exactly right. We actually give twice as much as other countries too. And I said, yeah, it's not an end user. It's probably more than that. Because we've eliminated all the government red tape. It doesn't have to pass through all these bureaucratic hands with everybody. Skimming there. Little bit off the top. It's going right to the end user, you know, wouldn't you wouldn't you rather cook dinner for your neighbor than who needs it than than pay for a government program? That's going to have meals on wheels. Come where they had to cook it somewhere else and burn gas to get it there and hire people to do it. It's a no brainer in my opinion. The way the big all the other stuff that we're going through, you know, with on the conspiracy farm my podcast. We cover the stuff allot on kinda gone a little bit away from the left and the right we've gone away from democrat Republican because the way I see it is now either is your or your someone who believes in the constitution. And that's that's just the way. I see there's very few. You know, the rand Paul's a few other guys who truly believe in the constitution anymore. I mean, I look a lot of Republicans and we were equal equal opportunity. Bashers when it comes to corrupt politics politicians will Republicans in a heartbeat, and we do it on a on a regular basis. So you know, you look at the Catholic church. I mean almost all the other horrified. Things are going on with. Now, granted the Catholic church is help people before obviously. But the the billions of dollars of the Catholic church accepts from. The United States government to bring in Mirus and massive loss in they're not doing it. Annapolis. They're not doing it because it care about doing it because of the money, and that's what it comes down to. So I. The Catholic church is is taking a lot of heat lately for not that. But but other times you crimes against children else, which should bucks. Bucks. But with the microscope is definitely on the more evenly touch to why the Catholic church another church groups bringing all these migrants. Now, I couldn't agree with you more. And I also agree that it's not it's not a party thing..
"mirus" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Mirus Kona is on the other side of the glass, that's Brian Ross. Gonna for those of you keeping score at all. Great. Pedro hoffman. Of fame. Is that right? MMA may say got a right that that's right. You got right now, probably w e. ABC f g call the doctor woke him up with the lime in the coconut drink a bolt together. None of that. I like doing these late night shows, I figured turn us not listening because he's turn asleep said like ten and gets up at four and runs like he's one of those wack jobs at runs, and he is in great shape. But you know, the cost is too much for me. Popey afraid have a beer known then no chill a little bit. I will be here till two we have Janikowski on to talk a little baseball and Joe Capela. So hopefully will join us in the eleven o'clock hour and talk a little jets football. So we're looking forward to doing those things, but mostly it's your calls as it always is at eight seven seven three three seven sixty six sixty six a lot of talk this week still and I was on Monday night. About the calls and what to do about football. And why we spent so much time on calls and so little time on the plays. What we really remember are the calls that are made or not made. And why it continues to be this way and enlarge part continues to be this way. Because there's no penalty for not being this way. And we're going into this a little bit on Monday. But the bottom line is you're not going anywhere. And they know it, and that creates a monopoly type feeling and one euro monopoly, and you're unnecessary product. And this is where the rub is because they're really not necessary. But we treat them like they are..
"mirus" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Bowl together during their time with the jets. With. It's the jets, right? The New York Jets, the New York Jets Benny and the jets. Either of you know, that song that is referenced Benny and the jets, of course, things it. No, I don't I know how it goes up a penny in the name of the artist backwards now. He's. Mercy. I call them. Mercy caesar. On this day in one thousand nine hundred ninety four the American League foamy dotted the designated hitter rule while totally change way. Baseball was played from the nationally that has helped extend careers and arguably has helped players Edgar Martinez. David ortiz. Frank Thomas and others become great players, and they would have been otherwise Mirus other wrote this who wrote what what's. He said wrote this thrilled is garbage who wrote that hot garbage. That'd be me. Your interpretation of the designated hitter rule is it help extend career. Okay. Please continue with your question. I apologize. After digesting all that info before fire sell at the D H has been a good thing for the sport of baseball. There's do here's the reason this great. Do you agree with me? No, you're wrong. It's a wound on the show. Designated hitter rule get of here. I mean, the only team in New York that you like come on. Come on the hitter, a stupid it and the shift. I get a rationally angry about give me the baseball.
"mirus" Discussed on Body Science Podcast Series
"He can do everything from overhead posed a cable floors to everything, but it's us making up a little jigs to to might the bench work and Chen changing a Bosa ball turned the bench around the other way from to do floors, even can get on Smith and bench press. Can Gibson Higgins. It's just it's just it's just we just play around with it. And if you've got someone jesse's limitations, he just do what you want the only thing again that I said stops sometimes physically greens conduit for totally to do something that that he's comfortable with them. We just undoing outdraw obvious was thinking about it. He'll. Absolutely. He loves challenges. One of the myself feed enough aiming normal on my former than mine just been onto over seven weeks. But I wanna be county stays at to remedy. You know, I would love to do that. You know? I think I read it preachy tell me gone she that again in the states at remedy now. I would love to give us a fit enough to be able to do that states at at Caramba. Then take my block Thomas if to do it, and then aimed three months, let's get back and do to get him better that Tom and had three months get back and do better that taught, you know, I want to be able to do it because fit easing. I great geisha. They call them as pups oddly off the title of this. I'd be running up and Dan noted states at rubbing. I me my dad he built a two storey hasn't would Steed without a leaf because he didn't they didn't treat me any different. And that's where it oh come from. That's good. That's good. Zip the challenges in front of you do remember my dad, you know, in front of you your next action. It's got to determine what it speak if you turn around and walk away, it becomes a problem. And the further you woke the big of the problem become, but if he's staying there and fights you work, a why they can get it ran to get over it get under it all on MRI, bang straight through the plenty. And that's that's law get on with it might get on with it. He lost to be the signings us. Maybe that's what you smack on the bulls all the time because Because you you smack smack yourself. yourself on the Bose. How does that work from from a medical point of view? You guys see a doctor before he started. You just got fucking. I'm doing it myself. Like all got really sick a few years ago clothing for a month actually dollar an audit they seek we're actually on. We'll even a bridge with a dormer on hold is getting your ability. And I said to leeann was Thursday island lien on just fueled as coming. I'll take it a hospital. We'll think thought you need because he was stayed in the apartment that not over the dogging to bid next door. So she took me up to the hospital and Audette. Remember anything from month old in dog? Twas my failures storms hundred a wooden savant workup Christmas Eve, and I'll walk up to the sense of what I thought the poked, which he had any Bill. I thought they'd be in clubs broke machines. But it was my lawn support system gallon off, and that's what it was for you guys really happy then overseeing coming down. Look my respiratory system. Has let me get beat on absolutely bien. A one lungs are operating on a bit twenty three twenty four percent. So that's why I wanna see Dan concert up straddling. He goes because more I don't have any Lois arresting spawn. So it still more. Stripe. What kidneys and get pushed up in the maroon gadget into Malone. So I want to go to lean forward and look at eight luck. If we go for dinner. Dogs that are going to see them the title to make office comfortable for me because if we can operate from the enough we fucking date, so which got to do what we've gotta do mud. Biggest challenges each fully Mirus Brucie's and carries it throwaway which will do at the moment is not good for me. What good for the rich Cruces to see a few kilos you put on now very soon. Now you watch. What are you going to do like, how do you hit him up?.
"mirus" Discussed on All About Android
"Make C plus plus advocate job ops. And personally personally, I don't make apps. I just saw write python and Matlab. For kind of the mathematics side of things and data science. But even then I like the idea that I have the option to there's tons of for example, tons of monitor's on campus just have various outlets like HDMI. And I think some of them you support use spec- video the idea that I can just grab them plug my phone in there, and then I can access my get hub. And I can like have a wireless, keyboard, whatever and modify code there. That's pretty crazy. And right now, it doesn't feel like as realized right? But in the future, I could totally see this becoming a thing where people don't carry around computers. They just carry out phones, or or at least more common that people carry out phones that they can like doc onto things, and you see dot UC like stations where you dock your phone or whatever. I think it's exciting. I think that Simpson's doing good job as well. Promoting decks promoting this part of decks and also developer conference not too long ago. They really focus on okay. How can the spring their apps decks in a way that kind of transitions between mobile and desktop? I think that you know, they're really pushing it, and I wouldn't be surprised if GU catches up to this. And they also like you said figure out a way to do something similar, maybe chrome less well on chrome OS, we know from Google they've got Lennox support, you know, on the chrome OS side of things. So man, just you know, that would be really cool if if suddenly up in a point where the pixel the license that that's yet another aspect of it, you know, kind of baking in some sort of capability of Lennox into the pixel, so yeah, I think more I think what Samsung has done this year in particular around decks has been really. Positive for both the phones that it's launching on. Because it really makes like a note nine as as one example, and even more powerfully capable device. And also, it's it does a lot for decks itself. Because I think prior to this year. I always felt like decks was like, it's a tall. Order people aren't going to get that doc just yet. But now, it's just like they're as easy as dangle. And now with the Olympic support that makes it even more than just Samsung's desktop OS experience. Now, it's even more and more capable and Samsung really wants developers to just get on board its platform, so Mirus will make a platform for you to develop on. Yeah. On its stuff. So that you can come and develop stuff for Bixby. And then maybe people would like expe- built on. Down bell. Sorry. I had to try don't think. So. All right. That was fantastic. Thank you for adding your perspective on that. Mario. That was really awesome. We're going to talk a little bit about the wearables in hardware. The other one..
"mirus" Discussed on REAL 92.3
"Right. I know. It sounds crazy. It seems crazy. But I can't explain already Luigi. Lipstick like some on a tissue his girl found the car. He don't know where it come frail. He can't really explain it. It's going to bring a net into the neighborhood a net. Hello. A net. Oh, okay. I want to hear your phone a net. Let me explain I can't explain what went down my love. Okay. So I couldn't explain that. I saw nail in my car at the tiny. And my husband was sharing the car, and he had taken the car for like a few days ahead and used it. Some this now, and I was so upset I was so ready to break up with him. And then I remember that is basically go I had a date with my girls, we went to Santa Monica to go get eyelashes done. And he was like so he was like you're tripping. It has to be your your friends. And I was like, no, there's no way I remember about this date. So I take my girlfriend's with the picture the nail and one of my friends, take back laughing, and she's like that's my nail ipod my nails off in your car. And I thought he picks them all up so here now see that's what I'm hoping happens with my whole life. Tissue. You told your guide if that was your friends nail right? Yes. I ended up telling him I felt. So. Man. Yeah. This happens to me that hopefully Mirus is one of my friends are oh, I remember already. So so you definitely thought like hold on something's going on here. Nobody happening my man's car in our car. She was quick to break. Oh, yeah. You said this is your husband's car, y'all car together. Yeah. Together at the time. We're sharing cars, you you said husband. Yeah. So are you ready for divorce? Yeah. Oh, man..
"mirus" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Live. Okara radio Kevin dares this year Kevin thank you so much for going on tell us what's. Been going on with the search today Absolutely Day has scaled back a, little but they still have a lot of resources on site. Summer I'll be back. Tomorrow Scale down because they don't have. Any less than boys So then phenomenal on these volunteers Incredibly hundred pound, packs in the mountain is going We're pushing on Iran ticket involvement from any agencies sheriff's department to sign off and give us the best chance Kevin who was the last one to see her I'm sorry go ahead one more. Time you broke up a little sorry about that? Who was the last one to see Sam That's. Hard to say I am the last person We had reports. From different groups in the Luke that they. Saw her go into the peak that day we had another individual come forward who said that he had. Lunch with her that day on the mountain To my knowledge that you laugh individual to have seen Kevin what do you think happened because you know her better than anyone I. Mean just pointing Milady is on. And I'm gonna push every, single angle I, tend to get her back we don't know what happened. But you know I'm definitely, where, we're looking into everything in? The woods and if it's another situation Good for you, now you were, one of the first searchers right you went up there. With the flashlight I think I out into the area around night. From downtown To make it up the mountain No you leave home you think she's going to call you in thirty minutes and you turn around Onto something Pop up in the first? Of, all no not so on two miles in about the goal Screen at about midnight wasn't Bookmark flashlight and you know that's the wrong Combat and that was a, hard decision because the base of the mountain you know and, you don't, wanna know your ladies out there You know it's midnight kiss you have no equipment that moment, when you're looking at a mountain I can't do this myself Yeah Got them online and then look props to the Snohomish sheriff's. Department all of. Them and they, were Quick Go out at six. AM I couldn't wait for. That so at three AM I headed back up the mountain and I'll probably get the summit around eight AM I'll tell you what I. Saw boys were all my back and with a peak by, nine eleven like white on. Rice And she's an experienced, hiker so are you right Yeah you, know we, do a lot of experience day hikers you know the situation doesn't. Make sense to me Hike, I got a lot of basil Marcus You know it's not a trail with stick would, bat trafficking of something that's going. To get you really turned around so Situation It's just You know because at the end of, the day we don't. Know her It looks like, we're gonna make some Not make any song This nature. Just doesn't make. Sense we been combing these would the day in day, out up, and down you know back channels or means no waterfalls barricades and there's just there's there's. No, sign so, far insist you know For, me yeah Kevin. Dares joins us, this is, Samantha sayers fiance and she is. Missing right now two weeks in the cascades has her birthday already. Happened No her birthday's August thirteen so. It's coming up soon so I can't think of anything Lanham After this has been a nightmare Is there a phone to paying Yeah so we. Did the air force came in You know. They had to pose on the mountain, the, day she went missing thirty. Miles. Of Winston northeast which they say was nominally And as, you know what I mean being gone for this. Long we assume or phone call the, phone, twice and going to voicemail Forces monitoring it constantly at this point in time but we have you. Know we haven't had any word about further being able to track outside of those three, things on that there have police interviewed anyone have they interviewed you That is a question I have interviewed on a Thursday tissue go onto my tax and. All trying to see But my last tax issue number one hundred on No you don't. Need it but it's a big mountain go wrong Don't worry, about me I will although. You know Department if anyone else or but it's. Gonna be a question. I has, to, sit down And how how is. She emotionally doing in line Oh emotionally she was good you know Real estate. Seattle she's. Been making some. Big traditions Doing real good you know Love being self. Employed love our life together we were supposed to thirteen and they go to Florida with the family for, a week on. A suit She's doing what she was doing what she loves she loves You know. Even for Engagement Peru She was doing what she. Loved how are you emotionally doing You know Dan it's been a, lotta hiking Crying all simultaneously you know best thing. I, can do right now though I don't. Need to go, down that rabbit hole, a what. Potentially happened to saying that's not gonna help bring her back you know and that's what I. Tell myself, every day when are just, keep pushing and pushing and pushing you know there's always Tom promotion player. But right now it's not gonna get anywhere what I needed that action so. I'll wake, up every morning and I hit the ground Two wee hours memorial just work in coordination Different different pushing portion volunteers to you know it those masks and, searched on those areas when not in there Phenomenon Did you can't get in there because of anything we're going to be a detriment to the mission because if they got helicopters now searching and people out, there you, know it forms a distraction Today Mccain Pushing every, element getting them out there getting off out, there. Kevin I appreciate you so much, somebody SAM's, fiance she's missing the cascades of for two weeks, now and he's been part of the search for people that are listening right now and hundreds of thousands of people listen to this radio station every. Week what do you want people to? Know what would you like people to do You know what I want people Hashtag, Fontane failures, follow the story, share you know make. It known keep your eyes open we're offering twenty thousand dollars reward for anybody, offering any information? That leads to So, yeah you know that. That's the best thing they can do right Mirus. Stores pay story keep those Ause you know pass that rewarm posted around and good man I really. Want to say that I'm super grateful for your time to talk to me because anything. I can. Do, I'm pushing every angle of trying to get my. Lady back and, I will not stop all right well I appreciate you reaching out to me, personally today and I said I'll. Get. You, on, Kevin if you need to talk to the Pacific northwest. You. Jump back on with. Us okay Thanking y'all have a wonderful day. Look And I appreciate all the love and support from around. The window to. Bring him home Kevin thanks. For that does Kevin dares right there Sam Seon say we're still looking for her looking for. Sam sayers in the cascades this, weekend if you know anything about, Sam once you dial nine one one it's the, Ron and Don show and our. Radio.
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"The came with a lot of perks such as an apartment on campus and even a housekeeper it wasn't much but it represented the high life the jane had always wanted for herself after all if resentment of that sort of life fuelled her murder of elizabeth perhaps murderer could also be her way of achieving it jane arrived at mirus apartment at the end of january by february eleven thorough old friend was dead in thanks to a bit of sweet talking and straight up line jane managed to take her friends job and home but it didn't last long just a year later she was fired for the most ironic reason of all time poor workplace ethics so back to nursing she went she rented a room for mr and mrs beadle an elderly couple in cambridge and settled into her old routine and by routine i mean killing patients by day and slowly poisoning her landlord's at night this went on for months without a hint of trouble until the summer of 1901 when jane heard a knock on her door when she opened it it was matti davis if you remember maddie and her husband alden worthy older couple that rented a cottage to jane during her summer's on the cape maddie it turns out it traveled up the cambridge to see her daughter and thought she would stop in at jane's to settle some business from the previous year jane you see hadn't been paying the full rent for years claiming she would make up the difference later but that deficit had begun to add up and by the time matti davis knocked on jeans door metab was roughly five hundred dollars throwin economic differences and inflation and that's roughly fifteen thousand in modern money jane smiled that warm jolly smile of hers and welcomed matti inside it was unusually hot outside and with the sun blazing bright in the sky it was better to have the conversation in the cool shade of her sitting room then jane slipped away for a moment and returned with a tall refreshing glass of mineral water for matti a short while after the older woman had finished her drink jane offered to walk to the bank with her and withdraw the funds to pay her debt matti smiled and stood up and then sat back down as waves of dizziness washed over her.
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"To one am on news talk twelve muddy yeah so this hall russia interfered with our election stuff they might o but yeah so you thicker to stop remember it was barack obama who said i told them took cut it out oh and bruton was never the same barack obama told them to cut it out welcome back steve malls burke chris plante show eight eight eight six thirty nine six to five i let you hear from dick morris who documented help bill clinton worked to get boris yeltsin reelected in the ninety these as president of russia called told a what commercials to run wasn't what was in effect his defacto campaign manager according to dick morris all right i say the republican should put dick morris under oath get that on the record put things in perspective make the media coverage so that andersen cooper when he's told about this by jeffrey lord can't say is so isis dick mirus put them under oath republicans let's put this in perspective and then you heard barack obama in great britain before the brexit vote telling them how to vote telling them to stay in the european union telling them all the reasons why they should why it's good for their country interference you think and then last year right before the general when barack obama already knows everything russia has tried to do already knows it keep that in mind and donald trump is talking about how he's afraid the election will be fixed and not fair so what does barack obama say this it happens to be based on no facts every expert regardless of political party regardless of ideology conservative or liberal who has ever examined these issues in a serious way will tell you that instances of significant voter fraud are not to be found there you go not to be found and more from president obama there are places like florida for example where he got a republican governor who's a republican appointees are going to be running and monitoring a whole bunch of these elections lives promotion but somehow that mr trump loses four votes because of those people that you have to watch out for that is both irresponsible and by the way done really showed the cover leadership and talk mr you'd want our president these star wine and before the games here no.