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"mount ida college" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"mount ida college" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"This two weeks stoppage for all youth and recreational hockey, effective at five o'clock. Quoting here. This is not the situation that anyone desires. The Commonwealth feels strongly that the hockey community has contributed to the increase in Cove in 19 cases over the past several weeks. And it is appropriate to reassess the guidance as it currently stands. Mass hockey goes on to warn that unless they are able to correct the issues I e compliance with Kovar guidelines, this shutdown could be significantly longer than the current two weeks again that pause, giving them time to address the issues and talked to the Youth athletes as well. And more kids will be allowed on campus that humans hammers this spring. The university has announced this Friday that it wants first year students and transfer students to return. Next semester. You Mass exploring options for students who don't want to come back, including a potential housing arrangement on the former Mount Ida College campus. So big news there you heard it here first. On Devil BBC News Radio the I Heart radio app. Andrew Oday. We're nearly upon a weekend, but first we have to Get to the closing bell. Andrew joins us now from Bloomberg. Yeah, and it looks like it's not going too hot. Right now. We are cutting earlier losses right now, the Dow losing 98 points. NASDAQ Down 16 has to be 500 down one. It should be pointed out that more stocks are rising than falling at the big board, so it's not quite as bad as it looks. Just looking at the indexes until summer. Quarter results are not playing very well in the market. The microchip maker report strong demand for its processors to power. A personal desktop and laptop PCs is people in America and elsewhere bulked up there at home Tech. But weakness in order is for big server processor has led to a bigger than expected revenue loss. Shares of Intel listed on all three major indexes are falling as much as 11% Today. This week, Amazon joined the growing list of companies allowing employees currently working from home to continue doing so until well into next year today linked in is joining the movement. Extending work at home through at least July 12th of next year and rode a Bloomberg business on W. B z Boston's news radio. What did he say? Complete election coverage from now until election day, and after Tony easy, Boston's news.

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"mount ida college" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"mount ida college" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The corona virus they're bringing the total number of deaths from the virus in the United States now to six closer to home governor Charlie Baker says that he will unveil a comprehensive coronavirus plan later this week you know the game plan here is to make sure we're doing all the surveillance work we need to do they were in a position to to conduct testing as appropriate and that we have a public health and health care system the table and ready to deal with this as it as it moves forward the governor says the focus is on making sure that people who show signs of the disease are tested and tested quickly meanwhile demand for cleaning supplies has spiked with fears over the corona virus growing WBZ's Kim Tunnicliffe check things out of the big retailer in Walpole some of the shelves in the cleaning supplies section at the Walmart here in Wall polar empty this employee says it's been that way for about a week now big blue chips when a quick Lysol wipes Clorox wipes please put a few more of they give them and they gonna say this in the comments and the hand sanitizer and I went quick Paula came to stock up on some of the basics you can never be too careful get stuff that you were going to use anyway but I think like extra toilet paper water you can't go wrong with your basic staples and I think it's good to be prepared but Frank thinks it's too soon to start stockpiling cleaning supplies we all turned down sometimes you know we may change your worst and rarely is I think you should take it for granted Salt Lake Charles Darwin apartment worry about it Kim Tunnicliffe WBZ Boston news radio it's two forty seven president trump says he wants out of Afghanistan following the historic peace agreement the United States signed with the Taliban over the weekend the deal paving the way for the first talks between the militants and the Afghan government but requires the Taliban to cut ties with terror groups like al Qaeda speaking to reporters at the White House the president appears positive about the agreement we had good meetings with the Taliban and we are going to be living and we're going to be bringing our soldiers back all we've been there for almost twenty years but cracks in the deal are already beginning to show with reports that fighting has resumed between the Taliban and Afghan security forces the Taliban is refusing to talk to the Afghan government which is refusing to release Taliban prisoners and there's been an attack in eastern Afghanistan we'll take this one day at a time and sort through words what day two right now day two hour thirty nine defense secretary mark esper said the U. S. pledge to begin withdrawing troops within ten days of the signing we are going to show good faith and begin withdrawing our troops and we can stop at any moment we composite the U. S. will initially draw down to eighty six hundred troops calving McCormick CBS news the Pentagon the Supreme Court agrees to decide a lawsuit threatening the affordable Care Act known as obamacare but the decision is not likely until after the twenty twenty election the court says it will hear an appeal by twenty mainly democratic states of a lower court ruling that declared part of the statute unconstitutional casting a cloud over the rest defenders of the affordable Care Act argue that the issue raised by the case are too important to let the litigation drag on in lower courts defenders also say that the fifth US circuit circuit court of appeals in New Orleans got it wrong when it struck down the health law's requirement that Americans have health insurance attorneys representing former students of the now closed mount ida college are hoping to appeal their dismissed class action lawsuit WBZ's James Rowe Haas tells us oral arguments were heard today judges central emission norm install and William K. on over top in their line of questioning for both sets of attorneys they asked whether attorneys representing students could prove.

"mount ida college" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

07:37 min | 3 years ago

"mount ida college" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"Stay open. It's recovered. I think but it's still it's the blame game in. You mass brass they don't like it so much. No. And then as you guys talked about a sixty million dollar accounting error like how does that happen? That's. How I'd like to make that my checkbook and see what happens. Yeah, it was a sixty million dollar forecasting era where they order in order for university to, to have their big expansion capital expansion plan. They had to make sure they have enough money in pockets to pay for it, and they overestimated by sixty million dollars then realize it to the middle of the school year, and then that is what blew up in triggered the, the crisis emergency at UMass Boston all responsibility of the trustees in president, but they put the blame on a good man in my opinion. Excellent administrator Keith motley. And you know who has to pay for that mistake? It's the tax payers. It's the kids go into that school. It's the professors work at that school. It's the other staffers at that school. So, you know, when you make that kind of an error, it bounces back on somebody. It's usually always the tax payers or the. Students, and I think you miss right. And you masses looking for a, a hike this coming year if I'm correct? I think you're seeing that there were many leaders in the legislature who kind of second guessing the financial statements coming out of you mass. So they've got, you know, they've got some big payrolls administrative side but it's a great university. I mean, this is I just hope nobody will interpret what we writing as being a knock on a great university. You mass has been a real success story. You miss Boston, a particular and they very well. That's why I think it's, it's wrong that the higher-ups try to lay the blame off on some really talented in great people at UMass Boston. That's a good point because you mass system. You know. Educates you found tens of thousands. Millions of kids have gone through that system. It's a great system, and I put two of my kids through so I mean I hear you, I go that I also think it's great. There's nothing wrong with a watchdog your watchdog. I mean that's, that's the name of the show, we ought to, to point out. Hey, that's not right. That's what you did. And I think that's admirable is their next step in this in this report. Do you think this is well, this is going to continue gonna whip pushing to, to have control this office conducted review and conduct an in-depth review, that's what should happen next the controller's office? Very, very good. And I think they're, they're considered by everybody to be impartial and fair. That means Democrats Republicans democratic governor Patrick Republican governor Charlie. Acre. They all have confidence in that office. So we're sitting hey, if they look at this, they're going to come to the same conclusion way and they may intercept it from happening again. Isn't that the most important exactly? After this was all over and not before or during the U, mass system, the trustees and president, the doctored, regulations for the first time to take control of their forecasting monitoring of how much money they had in reserves paper construction. So they were kind of flying by the pants. That's what happened. There were not a pilot and the plane crashed. And then they blamed passengers on the ground because the problem when really it was their own thought. That's well put thank you so much, Greg. So Greg Sullivan from the pioneer institute, so I appreciate your time. And this has been great. Thanks coming on, and we'll have you on again. Thanks so much Joe shaded, thank you. So that was dragged Sullivan, he came that was great. That's interesting. So he's talking about the controversial who we had on our first podcast. In my I have worked with three of the comptroller's Martin Benson Thomas shack. And now Indra Mailer. I have found that office to be totally transparent and they, they are they don't take sides. It's all about the numbers the pay the expenditures, the accounting, and I think I think that's why it's a very interesting that, that the pioneered sued saying, okay, you have a problem with I report, let's bring in the comptroller, and the U mass people are saying, no way, we don't need that. I got a mentioned that how we how we car has a column right next to our follow up today on the story, pointing out all the salaries of the chancellor's in, in provos at you in the U mass system. Now they make a lot of money. So we're talking about, you know, they make to three hundred thousand dollars. I mean each so we're talking about a lot of brain power that if I mean, I think part of being a leader is to say, you know, we did we did mess up here, and we walk them, an independent voice. I've I, I have reached out to the system. They did send us a response in it, it came from it came from one of their fficials in quote them today in today's paper and they definitely take aim at F the her name is Lisa Kelly's senior vice president for ministration finance and treasurer for the university of Massachusetts. She said. Quote, the pioneer institute's latest attempt to discredit you masses accomplishment on behalf of its students, and Commonwealth is an affront to every person who has worked hard to put you s Boston on a path to fiscal stability, so. You know, she does have a very long, long response. And you know, I know what this, this basically saying, we, we've got things in control were moving on. But you miss Boston did have a rocky a rocky a rocky time. And that's what that's what, you know, wreck Savas pointing out, it's fascinating stuff. It really is. I mean just hearing that they wired one hundred million dollars to purchase mount Ida college. So it's like you have that type of money. But yet, you're having whatever issues if there's layoffs are tuition going up, whatever the case may be it seems like you know, one stories coming out, and then another one is being, you know, kind of more concerning with that. So yeah, I mean, there's gotta be oversight for these type of things. It's a it's a state university. You know, and look, even I think private universities should be looked at because they don't pay taxes. So if that's the case if they're gonna get. That break, then I think that we should oversee them, or at least have some oversight, so that when the doing something wrong, they're called onto the carpet. And that's what happened. Yes. Pretty interesting..

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"mount ida college" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

03:25 min | 3 years ago

"mount ida college" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"And welcome back Paulino as we talk about his work on the paranormal side, Paul. Let's get back to this exorcist. Did you have your doubts of its ability to work? Yes. I did. Because as I say, I think these things were feeding upon it. They there are about nine different species of these parasites of leaves. Are I defied over the years I back in the eighties. I was thinking of naming them by class, but too much like Ghostbusters classify vapor and the more like species, depending on how they operate where they operate, and this sort of thing, I think that several can do the possession thing. But I think that what is actually happening and this gets into sort of the multi verse ideas that have been us. I think. The what happens is that. Every the thing with the mother versus that everything that could possibly Zisti does exist every possible outcome that that could occur is in some point. In this multi verse somewhere some win I'm sign essentially proved in nineteen fifty two at least what is Syria relativity that time really does not exist in any objective form. It's a function of our consciousness. So this kind of let will been the floodgates as some really, strange ideas. I think these parasites at some point are I'll give you an example from when I was speaking at the mount Ida college up near Boston many years ago. I love to speak colleges because the kids ask great questions, and they put me in a big armchair like Santa Claus later. They kids come up and tell me their stories two freshman girls came up, and they said, and I've been talking about human relationships in the month. And she and they said why is it? We had never seen each other. Before I live registration day there. We are across the crowded hallway. We were sisters from the start. If we'd always known each other. And I said well at some point. In some way, or someone in the multi there is a universe. Where you literally are each other. I didn't have to say another word. They understood completely. They said, that's it. And they went, you know, skipping merrily away. They had an answer. You know? I assume that's correct is. I believe I believe it. But in the dark side of it is that at some point you have a possession case where the parasite has discovered the point of identity with the victim would the host right and the host kind of has to and I opened find that the people who are the centers of these would it be poltergeist outbreak possession case almost at times kind of enjoy it. They enjoy the attention. Sometimes several of even told me that okay? Despite these horrific experiences, there's something satisfying about uniting with with another facet of yourself. Even if that that facet is a parasite that has a wild of. Woolly concept a lot of people have trouble getting their heads around. But I think that's really happening and the possession is actually a point of identity. Nobody's possessing anybody you're becoming one with another aspect of yourself that in this case happens to be a hungry.

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"mount ida college" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

03:25 min | 3 years ago

"mount ida college" Discussed on 710 WOR

"And welcome back Paulino as we talk about his work on the paranormal side and Paul. Let's get back to the exorcist. Did you have your doubts of its ability to work? Yes. I did. Because as I say, I think these things were feeding upon it. They there are about nine different species of these parasites of believe are I've dented over the years. Back in the eighties. I was thinking of naming them by class. But it seemed too much like Ghostbusters classify forum vapor, and but the more like species depending on how they operate where they operate, and this sort of thing, I think that several can do the possession thing. But I think that what is actually happening and this gets into sort of the multi-version ideas that are that are not us. I think the what happens is that. Every the thing with the mother is everything that could possibly exist. Does exist every possible outcome that that could occur is in some point. In this multi verse, you know, somewhere some win I'm sign essentially proved in nineteen fifty two at least what is Syria relativity that time really does not exist in any objective form. It's a function of our consciousness. So this kind of let will been the floodgates some really strange. Ideas, these parasites at some point are I'll give you an example from when I was speaking at the mount Ida college up near Boston many years ago. I love this beacon colleges because the kids ask great questions, and they put me in a big armchair like Santa Claus later. You know, they can come up and tell me their stories, well, two freshman girls came up, and I said, and I've been talking about human relationships in the multi bears. And they said why is it? We had never seen each other before our lives registration day there. We are across the crowded hallway. We were sisters from the star is if we'd always known each other. And I said well at some point in or somewhere someone in the multi verse there is a universe where you literally are each other. I didn't have to say another word. They understood completely. They said, that's it. And they went, you know, skipping merrily away. They had an answer. You know? I assume that's correct believe I believe it. But in the dark side of it is that at some point you have a possession case where the parasite has discovered the point of identity with the victim with the host, right and the host kind of has to and I opened find that the people who are the centers of these whether it be a poltergeist outbreak or possession case. Almost at times kind of enjoy it. They enjoy the attention. Sometimes several of even told me that okay? Despite these horrific experiences, there's something satisfying about uniting with with another facet of yourself. Even if that that facet is a parasite that has a wild willy concept. A lot of people have trouble getting their heads around. But I think that's really happening and the possession is actually a point of identity. Nobody's possessing anybody you're becoming one with another aspect of yourself that in this case happens to be a hungry.

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"mount ida college" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:04 min | 3 years ago

"mount ida college" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"And welcome back Paulino as we talk about his work on the paranormal side, Paul. Let's get back to this Xers. Did you have your doubts of its ability to work? Yes. I did. Because as I say, I think these things were feeding upon it. They there are about nine different species of these parasites of leaves are. I gotta fight over the years. I back in the eighties. I was thinking of naming them by class, but too much like Ghostbusters classify four vapor and the more like species, depending on how they operate where they operate, and this sort of thing, I think that several can do the possession thing. But I think that what is actually happening. This gets into sort of the multi verse ideas that are the us. I think what happens is that the thing with. The mother versus everything that could possibly exist. Does exist every possible outcome that that could occur is in some point in this multi verse, you know, somewhere some win Stein, essentially proved a mentioned fifty two at least what is Syria relativity that time really does not exist in any objective form. It's a function of our consciousness, this kind of let will be the floodgates some really strange. I did. So I think these parasites at some point are I'll give you an example from when I was speaking at the mount Ida college up near Boston many years ago. I love to speak at colleges because the kids ask great questions, and they put the big armchair like Santa Claus later. They kids come up and tell me their stories two freshman girls came up, and I said, and I've been talking about human relationships in the multi verse. And they said why is it? We had never seen each other before in our lives where the station day there. We are cross a crowded hallway. We were sisters from the star is if we always known each other, and I said well at some point. In or somewhere somewhere in the multi verse? There is a universe. Where you literally are each other. I didn't have to say another word. They understood completely. They said, that's it. And they went, you know, skipping merely away. They had an answer. I assume that's correct. I believe it. But in the dark side of it is that at some point you have a possession case where the parasite has discovered the point of identity with the victim with host, right and the host kind of has to and I opened find that the people who are the centers of these would it be a poltergeist outbreak or possession case almost at times kind of enjoy it the enjoy the attention sometimes seven little baby told me that. Okay. Despite these horrific experiences, there's something satisfying about uniting with another facet of yourself. Even if that that facet as a parasite that has wild willy concept. A lot of people have trouble getting their heads around. But I think that's really happening and the possession. Is actually a point of density. Nobody's possessing anybody you becoming one with another aspect of yourself that in this case happens to be a hungry.

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"mount ida college" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:24 min | 3 years ago

"mount ida college" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"And welcome back Paulino as we talk about his work on the paranormal side and Paul. Let's get back to this exorcist. Did you have your doubts of its ability to work? Yes. I did. Because as I say, I think these things were feeding upon they there are about nine different species of these parasites of believe are I over the years. Back in the eighties. I was thinking of naming them by class, but too much like ghost busters class five vapor, and they're more like species, depending on how they operate where they operate, and this sort of thing, I think that several can do the possession thing. But I think that what is actually happening and this gets into sort of the multi d is that are that are not us. I think that what happens is that every the thing with the mother versus that everything that could possibly exist does exist every possible outcome that that could occur is in some point. In this multi verse somewhere some win I'm sign essentially proved in nineteen fifty two at least what is Syria relativity that time really does not exist in any objective form. It's a function of our consciousness. So this will be the floodgates as some really strange. Ideas, these parasites at some point are I'll give you an example from when I was speaking at the mount Ida college up near Boston many years ago. I love this speak colleges because the kids ask great questions, and they put me in a big armchair like Santa Claus later. You know, they can come up and tell me their stories two freshman girls came up, and they said, and I've been talking about human relationships in the multi verse. And they said why is it? We had never seen each other before in our lives registration day there. We are across the crowded hallway. We were sisters from the star is if we'd always known each other, and I said well at some point in or some wear someone in the multi verse there is a universe where you literally are each other. I didn't have another word. They understood completely. They said, that's it. And they went, you know, skipping merrily away. They had an answer. You know? I assume that's correct. I believe it. But in the dark side of it is that at some point you have a possession case where the parasite has discovered the point of identity with the victim with the host, right and the host kind of has to and I opened find that the people who are the centers of these whether it be a poltergeist outbreak possession case. Almost at times kind of enjoy it the enjoy the attention sometimes several movie even told me that. Okay. Despite these horrific experiences, there's something satisfying about uniting with with another facet of yourself. Even if that that facet is a parasite that has a wild of willy concept. A lot of people have trouble getting their heads around. But I think that's really happening and the possession is actually a point of identity. Nobody's possessing anybody you're becoming one with another aspect of yourself that in this case happens to be a hungry.

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"mount ida college" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

03:33 min | 3 years ago

"mount ida college" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Fifty AM and ninety four one FM. And welcome back, Paul ino- as we talk about his work on the paranormal side and Paul. Let's get back to the exorcist. Did you have your doubts of its ability to work? Yes. I did. Because as I say, I think these things were feeding upon it. They there are about nine different species of these parasites of leaves are. I gotta fight over the years. I back in the eighties. I was thinking of naming them by class. But it seemed too much like Ghostbusters classify four vapor and the, but the more like species, depending on how they operate where they operate, and this sort of thing, I think that several can do the possession thing. But I think that what is actually happening and this gets into the sort of the multi verse ideas that are. The us. I think the what happens is that the thing with the mother is everything that could possibly exist. Does exist every possible outcome that that could occur is in some point. In this multi verse somewhere some win I'm Stein, essentially proved a mentioned fifty two at least what theory of relativity that time really does not exist in any objective form. It's a function of our consciousness. So this kind of let will been the floodgates really, strange ideas. These parasites at some point. Are you? I'll give you an example from when I was speaking at the mount Ida college up near Boston many years ago. I love the speaker colleges because the kids ask great questions, and they put me in a big armchair like Santa Claus later. You know, they can come up and tell me their stories two freshman girls came up, and they said, and I've been talking about human relationships in the multi she and they said why is it? We had never seen each other before in our lives registration day there. We are across the crowded hallway. We were sisters from the star is if we'd always known each other. And I said well at some point in or somewhere someone in the multi verse there is a universe. Where you literally are each other. I didn't have to say another word. They understood completely. They said, that's it. And they went, you know, skipping merrily away. They had an answer. I assume that's correct believe I believe it. But in the dark side of it is that at some point you have a possession case where the parasite has discovered the point of identity with the victim with the host, right and the host kind of has to and I opened find that the people who are the centers of these whether it be a poltergeist outbreak possession case. Almost at times kind of enjoy it the enjoy the attention. Sometimes several of even told me that. Okay. Despite these horrific experiences, there's something satisfying about uniting with with another facet of yourself. Even if that that facet is a parasite that as wild willy concept. A lot of people have trouble getting their heads around. But I think that's really happening and the possession is actually a point of identity. Nobody's possessing anybody you're becoming one with another aspect of yourself that in this case happens to be a hungry and hostile parasite. I think I really think.

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"mount ida college" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:24 min | 3 years ago

"mount ida college" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Paulino as we talk about his work on the paranormal side, Paul. Let's get back to this exorcist. Did you have your doubts of its ability to work? Yes. I did. Because as I say, I think these things were feeding upon it. They there are about nine different species of these parasites of leaves are I've done over the years. I back in the eighties. I was thinking of naming them by class, but it's too much like Ghostbusters class five four vapor, and but more like species, depending on how they operate where they operate, and this sort of thing, I think that several can do the possession thing. But I think that what is actually happening. This gets into sort of the multi verse ideas that are the us. I think what happens is that the thing with the mother versus that everything that could possibly exist does exist every possible outcome that that could occur is in some point. In this multi verse somewhere some win I'm sign essentially proved in nineteen fifty two at least whether stay relativity that time really does not exist in any objective form. It's a function of our consciousness. So this kind of let will been the floodgates some really strange. Did. So I think these these parasites at some point are I'll give you an example from when I was speaking at the mount Ida college up near Boston many years ago. I love the speaker colleges because the kids ask great questions, and they put me in a big armchair like Santa Claus later. They can come up and tell me their stories, well, two freshman girls came up, and they said, and I've been talking about human relationships in the multi-version she and they said why is it? We have never seen each other before in our lives registration day there. We are across the crowded hallway. We were sisters from the star is if we'd always known each other. And I said well at some point in or somewhere somewhere in the multi-diverse, there is a universe where you literally are each other. I didn't have seen other word. They understood completely. They said, that's it. And they went, you know, skipping merrily away. They had an answer. You know? I assume that's correct believe I believe it. But in the dark side of it is that at some point you have a possession case where the parasite has discovered the point of identity with the victim with the host, right? And the host kind of has to and I often find that the people who are the centers of these whether it be a poltergeist up breaker possession case. Almost at times kind of enjoy it. They enjoy the attention. Sometimes several movie even told me that okay? Despite these horrific experiences, there's something satisfying about uniting with with another facet of yourself. Even if that that facet is a parasite now as wild woolly concept a lot of people have trouble getting their heads around. But I think that's really happening and the possession is actually a point of identity. Nobody's possessing anybody you're becoming one with another aspect of yourself that in this case happens to be a hungry.

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"mount ida college" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

03:38 min | 3 years ago

"mount ida college" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Com. Twenty four seven FM. And welcome back war Paulino as we talk about his work on the paranormal side and Paul. Let's get back to the exorcist. Did you have your doubts of its ability to work? Yes. I did. Because as I say, I think these things were feeding upon they there are about nine different species of these parasites of leave. Our I've done a fight over the years. Back in the eighties. I was thinking of naming them by class. But it seemed too much like Ghostbusters class five vapor. And but the more like species depending on how they operate where they operate, and this sort of thing, I think that several can do the possession thing. But I think that what is actually happening and this gets into sort of the multi verse ideas that are that are not us. I think that what happens is that. The thing with the mother versus that everything that could possibly exist. Does exist every possible outcome that that could occur is in some point in this multi verse somewhere some win I'm Stein, essentially proved a mentioned fifty two at least what is Syria relativity that time really does not exist in any objective form. It's a function of our consciousness. So this will be the floodgates really strange ideas, these parasites at some point are I'll give you an example from when I was speaking at the mount Ida college up near Boston many years ago. I love the speak colleges because the kids ask great questions, and they put in a big armchair like Santa Claus later. They can come up and tell me their stories, well, two freshman girls came up, and they said, and I've been talking about human relationships in the multi verse. And they said why is it? We had never seen each other before in our lives. Registration day there. We are across the crowded hallway. We were sisters from the star is if we'd always known each other. And I said well at some point in or some somewhere someone in the multi-diverse there is a universe. Where you literally are each other. I didn't have to say another word. They understood completely. They said, that's it. And they went, you know, skipping merrily away. They had an answer. You know? I I assume that's correct believe I believe it. But in the dark side of it is that at some point you have a possession case where the parasite has discovered the point of identity with the victim with the host, right and the host kind of has to and I opened find that the people who are the centers of these would it be a poltergeist outbreak possession case. Almost at times kind of enjoy it the enjoy the attention. Sometimes several of even told me that. Okay. Despite these horrific experiences, there's something satisfying about uniting with with another facet of yourself. Even if that that facet is a parasite that as wild of woolly concept a lot of people have trouble getting their heads around. But I think that's really happening and the possession is actually a point of identity. Nobody's possessing anybody you're becoming one with another aspect of yourself that in this case happens to be a hungry.

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"mount ida college" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:25 min | 3 years ago

"mount ida college" Discussed on KTRH

"And welcome back Paulino as we talk about his work on the paranormal side and Paul. Let's get back to this exorcist. Did you have your doubts of its ability to work? Yes. I did. Because as I say, I think these things were feeding upon it. They there are about nine different species of these parasites. Leaves are. I gotta fight over the years back in the eighties. I was thinking of naming them by class but to Ghostbusters. Yeah. Classify vapor and the more like species, depending on how they operate where they operate, and this sort of thing, I think that several can do the possession thing. But I think that what is actually happening and this gets into sort of the multi deals that are that are not us. I think the what happens is that. The thing with the mother versus that everything that could possibly exist. Does exist every possible outcome that that could occur is in some point. In this multi verse somewhere some win I'm Stein, essentially proved in nineteen fifty two at least what is theory of relativity that time really does not exist in any objective form. It's a function of our consciousness. So this kind of let the floodgates some really, strange ideas. I think these parasites at some point are I'll give you an example from when I was speaking at the mount Ida college up near Boston many years ago. I love the speaker colleges because the kids ask great questions, and they put me in a big armchair like Santa Claus later. You know, they kids come up and tell me their stories two freshman girls came up, and they said, and I've been talking about human relationships in the multi verse. And she and they said why is it? We had never seen each other before in our lives. Registration day there. We are across the crowded hallway. We were sisters from the start. If we'd always known each other. And I said well at some point in or somewhere someone in the multi-diverse there is a universe. Where you literally are each other. I didn't have to say another word. They understood completely. They said, that's it. And they went, you know, skipping merrily away. They had an answer. I assume that's correct. I believe it. But in the dark side of it is that at some point you have a possession case where the parasite has discovered the point of identity with the victim with the host, right and the host kind of has to and I opened find that the people who are the centers of these whether it be pulled aggressed out breaker possession case. Almost at times kind of enjoy it the enjoy the attention sometimes several movie even told me that. Okay. Despite these horrific experiences, there's something satisfying about uniting with with another facet of yourself. Even if that that facet is a parasite that has wild willy concept. A lot of people have trouble getting their heads around. But I think that's really happening and the possession is actually a point of identity. Nobody's possessing anybody you're becoming one with another aspect of yourself that in this case happens to be a hungry.

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"mount ida college" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

03:32 min | 3 years ago

"mount ida college" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Weekday mornings at nine on WCBS and wcbMcom. And welcome back Paulino as we talk about his work on the paranormal side and Paul. Let's get back to this extra schism. Did you have your doubts of its ability to work? Yes. I did. Because as I say, I think they were feeding upon it. They there are about nine different species of these parasites of leaves. Are I defied over the years I back in the eighties. I was thinking of naming them by class. But if too much like those busters class five four vapor and the more like species, depending on how they operate where they operate, and this sort of thing, I think that several can do the possession thing. But I think that what is actually happening and this gets into sort of the multi-version ideas that are the us. I think what happens is that. The thing with the mother versus at everything that could possibly exist. Does exist every possible outcome that that could occur is in some point in this multi verse, you know, somewhere some win I'm sign essentially proved mentioned fifty two at least what the relativity that time. Really does not exist in any objective form. It's a function of our consciousness. So this kind of let will been the floodgates some really strange ideas, these parasites at some point are I'll give you an example from when I was speaking at the mount Ida college up near Boston many years ago. I love this speaking colleges because the kids ask great questions, and they put me in a big armchair like Santa Claus later. They can come up and tell me their stories, well, two freshman girls came up, and they said, and I've been talking about human relationships in the multi, and she and they said why is it? We had never seen each other before in our lives. Registration day there. We are across the crowded hallway. We were sisters from the start is if we'd always known each other. And I said well at some point in or somewhere somewhere in the multi verse there is a universe. Where you literally are each other. I didn't have seen other word. They understood completely. They said, that's it. And they went, you know, skipping merrily away. They had an answer. You know? I I assume that's correct believe I believe it. But in the dark side of it is that at some point you have a possession case where the parasite has discovered the point of identity with the victim with the host, right and the host kind of has to and I opened find that the people who are the centers of these whether it be a poltergeist outbreak or possession case. Almost at times kind of enjoy it. They enjoy the attention. Sometimes several of even told me that okay? Despite these horrific experiences, there's something satisfying about uniting with with another facet of yourself. Even if that that facet is a parasite that has a wild willy concept. A lot of people have trouble getting their heads around. But I think that's really happening and the possession is actually a point of identity. Nobody's possessing anybody you're becoming one with another aspect of yourself that in this case happens to be a hungry hostile parasite..

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"mount ida college" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"mount ida college" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Exit. Polls show Netanyahu will win his reelection bid. After a highly contested race ABC's. Jordan Miller says the prime minister can thank Israel's parliamentary election system for this victory. His Likud party has tied with general bennigan's is centrist party both winning thirty five. Feats yet Netanyahu is the only one with a path to victory this smaller right wing parties, his longtime allies outperforming the left it looks as if Netanyahu will easily able to assemble a majority of more than sixty one seats putting him back in the prime minister's office. Giordano Miller ABC news to Roussillon. British Prime Minister, Theresa may is off to Brussels. She will be asking for a delay two. Britain's departure from the European Union. But he you leaders want to know that she's got a plan to break the UK's political impasse, and this has been nothing short of bitter. And it's been that way for months talks between the government at its political. Opponents have not been successful to say, the least as of right now Brexit. Date is Friday. Theresa May is pushing for a June thirtieth exit date painful memories return, for some former Bill Ricca high school students this after a memorial is removed paying tribute to fallen classmates WBZ TV's Lisa Grecchi with our story last memories that we have of them were as students at that high school. They come back. Jennifer Rayo is from the Bill Ricca memorial high school class of nineteen ninety four a class that experience an unimaginable amount of loss. Seventeen year old Carrie keys, sixteen year old Jeff akin eighteen year old Amy ward and fifteen year old Chris Eastman, all passed away between nineteen ninety three and nineteen ninety four to more teens eighteen year old varity Colin and sixteen year old Amy Jones were also honored in the memorial five of the six passed away after car accidents. And while a trace still stands for each of the sixteens. There are no more. Plaques according to the Lowell sun. The superintendent of schools told Rayo they were removed due to construction of a new high school still not going over very well. Well, attorneys for what used to be mount Ida college attempt to dismiss a lawsuit by former students WBZ's Karyn regal reports from federal court when mount Ida college close many students say they will left in the lurch intentionally misled about the schools finances three students took it to court in November of last year. Attorney Howard Cooper represents the former college president Barry Brown,.

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"mount ida college" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"mount ida college" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Make an appointment or walk in today. Kevin Brennan WBZ's traffic on the threes. And now the four day AccuWeather forecast. Meteorologist dean devore's it see plenty of sunshine this afternoon. Cool. Not as windy as it was yesterday. But enough of a seabreeze will stay in the very lowest forties along the coast. Go farther inland and temperatures will be in the upper forties. The sanfer, noon and very chilly. Tonight, clear skies ending up in the twenty s inland. Low thirties downtown tomorrow, breezy, not as chilly, upper forties. Fifties with a mix of clouds and some sunny breaks Friday, milder varying amounts clouds any the upper fifties to near sixty and then right up to about sixty five warmer on Saturday with clouds some sunny breaks back into the cooler fifty Sunday with some showers around during the day. I'm AccuWeather meteorologist WBZ Boston's NewsRadio. Maybe. Be spring. But it's still March met means it's still cool. Thirty nine degrees in Abington, currently forty two national Hampshire forty in just a few clouds in the sky in Boston security for your company is serious business. In American alarm can help faced in Massachusetts for more than forty five years American alarm, protects businesses of all kinds with integrated security fire alarm access control video surveillance in twenty four seven monitoring, learn more at American alarm dot com. It's one twenty five time now for New England business brought to us by Window World of Boston. Here's Karen Moscow. Umass Amherst is looking to boost revenue by renting out rooms for the summer at its newly-acquired Newton campus. The former location of mount Ida college Harvard University is helping to anchor one of the biggest private equity fund launches in the US in almost a decade. The endowment will invest one hundred fifty million dollars into arc line investment. Bloomberg. Reporter Michael McDonald broke this story and explains why it's important to insight into what's.

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"mount ida college" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience

The GaryVee Audio Experience

03:25 min | 3 years ago

"mount ida college" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience

"New York LA DC Philly and San Francisco with a lot more come in there, and I came here via Russia from New Jersey, which I don't think it would be interesting to any of your viewers because they wouldn't over that was about but came to the states in nineteen eighty and grew up in Bergen county, New Jersey and worked my way to Hoshyar university in the New York City at twenty two and start in the mail forty. It's really crazy. How similar our backgrounds are really kind of scary similar, it is it is union in during, you know, have you? By the way. Did you know how few people got out during our era juicy googled it. Okay. During thanksgiving with my parents. It was in the hundreds of thousands. Nuts, and they're all like homeys to they all like knew each other. I feel like they were all Saint Peter's Ganz. You did you have family in America. I have some your parents had to have somebody. We had a a cousin my cousin, and my my my father's sister was here, but we had to stop in Italy for three or four months or so Austria for a few weeks to no, I don't think that was that was I know they change in eighty compared to seventy eight. That's right. That's right. I know I know how I love pizza and pasta because we lived right above a pizza store. So I remember that. And then we came. I don't remember. But I'm told that, but it's crazy, man. It's crazy. And by the way, a lot of successful people coming out of that little little little little sample of people pretty, but it's also interesting. What's interesting about you? And I talk about it often it and we've become friendly in recent years in a lot of it. You know, you've I'm super happy to have you on the show because sometimes you'll pigmy randomly be like, oh, I like that podcast. I liked that podcast. So it's super we become friendly kids that I liked the lot that worked at bainer that like the machine was fucking up. So mccain. Go to hit like like, it's there's so much warmth in here. But what's interesting is? I often say like I was unusual because I was such a bad student when all of our contemporaries needs to because listen hampsters way better than mount Ida college. But it's no fucking Yale shit student. I was a D student. I wouldn't see my suit, and by the way, there's hostile and then there's a new school at Hofstra. Whereas like if you can't get into the regular Hofstra. That's. The new school. I was able to get back up to the regular Hasha. But let me tell you smaller classes. Yeah. How bad students we were. Yeah. Because he the way people to heed baseball card it out. I thought it was hawked about baseball card out. I was flea marketed out my father had sand selling the Russian dolls, and he gave me twenty percent of his stand with Russia's and the and the amber and all that all that crap. And he gave me twenty percent of his table. But for me was it was an opportunity hanging out with my dad, and it was an opportunity to sell some stuff. And it kept me busy. 'cause that was my sport. That was that was my sports. So it was like I didn't understand what it really all meant. Because my dad couldn't. So it up for me together. But now looking back on it you like all right when it was cold, and they had a snow day, you go knock on doors, and you shovel and you shovel snow because that's how you make some cash and all I really money was freedom period. If I got money, I could do things if I got no money. My parents weren't giving it to me. So that's how I connected this whole thing all the young hustlers on right now. Make sure you put your phone numbers. Andy Kaye is sitting by the computer ready to take phone numbers. We're going to do call him. Soon. So, you know, here's where our stories deviate. You're much cooler than me. Definitely not. Yes. You definitely not. You definitely are I go liquor store you go into the nightlife scene..

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"mount ida college" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"mount ida college" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Ben sales of h f f the possibilities are endless because back day. It's so strong host as uses are going to be viable options here ground for retail for shore boutique, office residential condominiums, maybe even a hotel here. No price tag yet. And no timetable to sell but bids are expected in the coming weeks last month was a big one for MGM, Springfield and Plainridge park. Casinos the gaming commit. Says the two facilities made nearly thirty six million dollars in December that generated more than twelve million dollars in taxes for the Commonwealth and a business in Derry. New Hampshire says, it's been plugged someone anonymously. Mailed more than a dozen t-shirts with pictures of the wrinkly face dogs to them of the grind rail trail cafe there was no return address or packing slip in any of the bags arrived in an owner. Melanie Davis says Amazon told her there was no mistake with the shipping. Davis says the shirts have become the buzz around town, those little pugs it's so random and so light hearted. And so happy and bizarre that people are they can't get enough. They want to get their hands on a shirt, and the t shirts will be raffled off to benefit of all things. Very appropriate. The Salem New Hampshire animal rescue league Hampshire. College says it's in good shape, financially, but nothing lasts forever. Ever ain't that the truth? The Amer school is hoping to merge with another institution before a financial crisis hits a number of small Massachusetts colleges, as you know, have shut down in recent months and years, including Newberry college and mount Ida college and up day on Wall Street, the Dow closing up triple digits all three major indices in joining gains. Are we making any strides though in Washington, we'll find out at four thirty in the news with Josh binswanger. That's next. I recently got a new job as the CFO the nonprofit I've been following for years. It's basically my dream job. And I couldn't wait for my first day. But when I took a look through their financials, I realized I had my work cut out for me right away. I called their Bank the one they'd been with for twenty years. No one. There had any answers for me. I was told I'd get a call back. Well, it never came. I decided to call first Republic Bank instead as a personal banking client of theirs. I knew we'd get the level of service. Deserved. They immediately connected me to a banker who specializes in nonprofits. First Republic has already saved us a large amount of money and fees. Thanks to their competitive, earnings credit. My banker.

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"mount ida college" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"mount ida college" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Real estate right on the corner of Newbury and Dartmouth straits. The listing agent. Ben sales of h f f does not expect big changes for the property. Either parking is absolutely important people want it, but with ridesharing and just general urban the need for parking is not quite what it was call it five years ago sales thinks the possibilities for the property are endless. There's no price tag on it yet. It has a balanced budget and a healthy endowment, but Hampshire college says it's looking to merge in a letter to the community. President Miriam Nelson says the school is looking for a strategic partnership before a financial crisis hits like the ones that claim Newberry college and mount Ida college quickly checking the numbers today. Just briefly looking good about a half an hour before that closing bell rings. The Dow Jones is up triple digits more than one hundred points right now above twenty four thousand that's nice. A twenty four thousand twelve still a long way to go to climb back to twenty-five NASDAQ seen games of nearly one and a half percent up one hundred to having a banner day SNP up twenty two. That's nearly a gain of one percent for our intraday numbers again closing bell in thirty minutes. It's three twenty six and this story now Tehran admits that it did launch a satellite that failed to reach orbit and Israel has something to say about that. As we hear from ABC's Giordano Miller in Jerusalem. Israel's prime minister is accusing Iran of quote lying about its space program. Benjamin Netanyahu says Tehran failed satellite launch was really an attempt to develop an intercontinental ballistic missile, the US and its allies inspect Iran may use its face program to develop long range missiles capable of delivering nuclear warheads. Iran insists its program is peaceful and rejects claims that satellite.

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Waffle House shooting victim's mother receives daughter's diploma

24 hour News

02:13 min | 4 years ago

Waffle House shooting victim's mother receives daughter's diploma

"Average in the country and this panel of cities san francisco three seventy three and the low averages batch on rouge at two forty five tom foty cbs news about crash in new hampshire leaves two people dead and two others injured it happened saturday night on the piscataway river when a twenty four foot boston whaler struck a buoy throwing female passenger into the water she was found unconscious in the river and later died as did another female passenger boat operator and another passenger were hospitalized the crash is under investigation posthumous honors for a victim of last month's shooting at a waffle house in nashville cbs's elaine kitano has the story at belmont university in tennessee this weekend a grieving mother accepted her daughters diploma the ebony groves was among four people killed last month at a waffle house near nashville her mother was given a standing ovation as she received diploma her son de ngelo also graduated the university announced a scholarship indiana's honor in other news now the worcester funeral home of graham putnam man mahoney is driving a hearse around the state to protest a takeover of mount ida college by umass amherst wbz's karyn regal spoke to the driver mon ida college has one of two mortuary science programs in the state the other is not at umass that's not the only reason graham putnam in whitney is driving around this hearse with lettering saying umass amherst berries mount ida college students and students are our future question mark on the back stephen lunches driving these are not thousand dollar programs we're talking tens fifteen twenty thirty thousand utah's about life affect how you gonna do that to a family just walk away that's not right the funeral home says it's mount ida students who have nowhere to continue their studies in boston karyn regal wbz newsradio ten thirty pulitzer prize winning historian edwin boroughs has died boroughs and co author mike wallace spent twenty years writing gotham a history of new york city to eighteen ninety eight an epic overview of the city's early days it won the pulitzer for history in nineteen ninety nine edwin boroughs was.

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Assault weapons ban doesn't violate 2nd Amendment, judge says

Overnight Talk

01:06 min | 4 years ago

Assault weapons ban doesn't violate 2nd Amendment, judge says

"Thirty our top local story attorney general maura healey is pleased boston federal court judge has upheld the state's ban on assault weapons it's a win for massachusetts and it's a win for families across the state and across this country who are tired of the gun lobby trying to rewrite the rules jim wallace with a gun owners action league of massachusetts any attorney general can now on a whim changing entire interpretation of a law in turn it against you that's the scariest part of this decision a wareham man get six to eight years in state prison following his manslaughter conviction for an overdose that killed page lopes also of wareham stephen fox this is the first charge unconvicted in plymouth county for supplying a fatal overdose that caused a death da tim crews spoke with wbz tv to make people understand that you choose to sell these drugs and if somebody hurts her gets killed we're gonna we're gonna prosecute them umass buys the newton campus of mount ida college which is closing at the end of the semester umass amherst plans.

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Humans as old as 79 still generate new neurons, stirring new debate

Jeffrey Kuhner

02:05 min | 4 years ago

Humans as old as 79 still generate new neurons, stirring new debate

"It's one o'clock change in higher ed good afternoon the midnight anders bjork your news from newton mount ida college is announcing today that it will close at the end of the school year umass amherst will take over the mount ida campus and current students at mile dodig and head to umass dartmouth to finish their course work beginning with the fall semester maladot is presidents indicates in a letter to students that growing financial difficulties for small colleges nationwide was the reason for the closure in agreement with umass and chief white house economist larry cudlow says there's no trade war taking place with china hopefully this will have a very happy and i'm still optimistic by the way that the chinese recognize that the rest of the world is on our size he insisted that china must agree to a level playing field on trade amid a back and forth on tariffs he said the president has declared enough is enough and argued that it's all about growing the american economy and scientists now think they might be learning why our brain performance declines with age lisa carter has that story many years it was thought the brain didn't produce new cells leading to declines in everything from memory to reasoning at language but now researchers at columbia university of found older people have just as many new brain cells for memory younger people but there's less blood flowing to those new cells in other words newer cells aren't as active in older brains the researchers say older people can stimulate those newer sells through exercise and being intellectually engaged and let's check traffic now with dave gardner okay on the pike from the pru tunnel out to four ninety five and back no big delays on the expressway between the o'neill tunnel and the braintree split in both directions the lower deck is fine the leverett ramp should busy but more than just a bit sluggish at times in and out of leverage circle on storrow drive but not too bad yup lorenzo one twenty eight hundred okay roadwork on ninety five southbound before to ninety five and attleborough some delays there route three is okay through the south shore get traffic and weather whenever at w r k o dot com.

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