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"nycacc" Discussed on Overnight Drive
"As the borrow money from Jerry. Times of all right. So we get another one in from the acade- sex, gentlemen. Okay. Okay. Would you rather have a fulltime twenty four seven months, Rex voice, or drop dead voice? The voice of John Moran, or the voice of tax. That's true. Yes, you are. We just you I would if I could talk like Bob, Otis. I would do it. No problem, not stop. Oh my God. The only time I ever interacted with him. He's said that upstairs Valentine's was hot has Africa. Yes, that is that is my man right there. Yes. Hard as Africa pair, it was like, well, I did a great Zine interview with them where he was talking about how one time he dropped acid and was driving in an icy road and couldn't lost control the car. So he's idea to save himself as the dive out of a moving on. I've saved him. So I love drop dead. So good. Monster. Ex-police having been roommate of the singer monster x for a couple years. I could be his Westbrook buddy buddy, who doing. You know, you need to have your move your towel. Mcdonald's wanted to close to my. Real fuck. I he's like I will give him credit. He's the first actual like malicious not fun weirdo, I've ever had to deal with on a personal basis. And Jesus Christ that really steeled me for what was to come dated somebody who cheated on me within. It's awesome. Let that sink in. Wow. Yes. Passed over everyone to kill is what it is out. He was real mad at me for a minute. Yeah, thankful. He was real mad at me. Like before there was like a question as to whether or not, he would actually kill me. He was just like real mad. But I like the notion of like I have a partner, the Kobe say, like you know, against all odds, I have a partner and she cheats on me with you. I'm not going to get mad at you. Got mad at them. If it was you. I get mad at you. Look at what he's doing. Can you not seriously? Come on. Okay. Using a close personal friend is not a great idea. But it was just like a dude, like some random going. Get mad at the ram. Now the rain does not part of it met him. I partner men women whatever just be like what are you doing? Like can we had a conversation in the diner and fucking sewn? Sewed this up. You know, it's fine. You know hubris. I just wanted to be an open thing. You know you just never texted me back about it. So I figured I'd just try just see what happens. Looking to ask permission all the time to be honest. No good. Got a real weird one here. Every question is, like a would you rather prefer, although this is not exactly that? Excuse me. What's worse than getting VHS tapes? Caught in the VCR. Is it possibly going on a porn hunt? Finding a tape on your dad's dresser popping it in. And it's actually parents banging, and then the tape seating is out of line to later tape it in front of your sister that she also has to witness it. Not out of line. No. That's fine. The sounds awful. You've a you got spread that awful around the torture, your sibling hundred then make sure it's in her TV's combo under dresser, and it gets stuck in her shit. And then if like a piece of gum in there and then, like it'll get all wound up and then you have to be dad. My TV combos not working my Coby Coby. The weird. Kobe doesn't have like charge like battery chargers. Amazon, I see vivid. Tar, I seek, sir. Tron still against the lawns to I was at Staples today because I was looking for new chair then really work out that will, but those bluetooth speaker for seven bucks. That was a vivid har- cameras. And they're all big and shit. Now, they're making like like literally throwaway, bluetooth, speakers something that lasts for a week when you're getting your stereo, worked on, we should call them and just give them a hassle. But a TV we bought twenty seven years ago that stopped working call like sense, we wound I. For be like, hey, would you like to sponsor poke? The one person and they want in the office in Englewood. Cliffs New Jersey would be like sure, I guess, why not doesn't require any money. We just mentioned you a lot, that's like would be that'd be a great art. So our dream sponsors in vivid over veteran. Kobi. Tron video be great Coby Coby still alive. That's awesome. What of verse a literal monkey will fly a plane or an AI robot will attack a human on purpose? I think the second happened. Most going to say that I like I didn't realize so I've been for a minute. I've been a big fan of the weaponized consumer drone. I think it's really cool thing that no one's talking about that's going to be like a major fucking thing to worry about. I didn't realize how good people have already gotten with weaponized consumer drones like it's already like go time, like, ISIS really, really rocked it on the fuck and consumer drones. Yeah. So that's the thing. It's only, it's only gonna get better. Yeah. Things can only get better. I can't wait for the nycacc wait for that. We're finally going to be living in the Terminator world. I'm Reese, and I'm I almost got killed, but I don't it's going to be great. Good. I realized that whatever movie I watched the day before recording really influences. What I really Terminator thing. I this I why made these notes, I was like, what was the club that she called the police from is something ten it was, like, so I can't remember tech new are techno techno war. Yeah. She's yeah, we should open a club in Albany, called tech new are probably pack the place. Great. That's that's, that's the latest the next the next the next thing for Nicole today. We're gonna open local techno are we need your dollars take over that restaurant? Planned Parenthood used to be and open a club called tech. Newark gonna be replicate the inside. But don't let anyone the job at all except for people who know those who know which is really our motto, those who know now we're not compete. We're gonna try and teach you just going to give you the tools and try and go in that Women's Day. Okay. For fifty four. Quarters teknor. That's what I said. I was like you're gonna said that allowed I was a kid for fifty fucking break five dollars. If if I was working there and the fucking dude came out with the bag of money and said, all right. Which ordinal four fifty five. I'll tried to everyone five dollars. James has never left his fucking house. Yeah. James Cameron in my thing in the right person. Yeah. Okay. Yeah. I'll change. His name is pronounced Cameroon. What the fuck ever? Shit. I lost my question or soaking. Gotta gotta question. I got a question, right? Other than Andrew, I want you to give me crazy shit's do I'm twenty three and I feel like I'm not putting my body through the ringer spelled incorrectly. The way I should. So give me some extreme tasks, you want Washington sort of max x. I like this. Looking for me sus Maxon s what does that maks? It was like the blooper show on when the news go off the air on FOX that max x. I remember this. It's interesting. Oh man. Well, he wants them extreme shit. Like, I'm putting my body through the ringer the way I should. I mean you're not it's not shouldn't be a goal. I. Yes. Work construction. Walk around carrying heavy rocks. You know. Fast allot do like a bunch of like seventy two hour fast over the course of year. You know, I'm gonna tell you to go that sauna under that Cole plunge. It's fucking shits important. Do one hundred push ups today. Yeah. Go hit it would that again, do one hundred push ups a day. We do on foot Jeb, but the bliss Tex on. Yeah. Hit it really hard in the sack. Yeah. Walk fifteen miles every single day. Yeah. I don't know give that a shot for. Well, yeah. Also, like maybe get like a kid, like it's just the twenty five one twenty five pound kettle Bill and just do trunk twists since loop your size or burning do my, my favorite exercise. I've been doing that Leela. Feels feels like actually did something. All right. Perfect burn. Burn up. Also, don't make more than three hundred dollars a week. Eat Rahman only it really upsets me the idea that there's someone out there. It's not making three hundred dollars a week, many people out there that's really upsetting. Sadly. Yeah. I remember those days, distant days. Now we're never flush of cash. Throw it all out. She's make it again. Okay. I'm going to drain my Bank account. Look at someone throw cash them and say there to pick it up. It's dirty money. I don't need it. Get ready to die the semi pouring. Another glass of wine, I can see I'm gonna need this. Couple sips of. This one, I'm gonna find the one you're not gonna read. No, I just the one what you eat on a daily basis. I don't have a consistent team. I try to eat no carb if possible on always pulled off. But most of the time I do I don't know, just just eat a bunch of steak. Yeah. Basically, I'm fat, so the on some health influence for shit. Yo, just eat a bunch of steak, and, like walk, a lot drink a lot of water problems. But, you know, you can you can lift weights, if you want, you can go do in crunches, if you want whatever, but like. Steak and walk a lot and drink water and be good to yourself if nothing else if you do those three things it'll help. It can't hurt. Stake, three meals a day. Fuck it. Is that a major fucking Glenn swells accent, Theros account Har Har, Har? There was a question of where is that? Guns falls. Maybe not. No. They're definitely. Oh, yeah. Okay. So we're going down a little bit here. My girl, who's from Plattsburgh, and I just binge-watch escape from Dan, Amora, and our shook by how accurately they portrayed indignant dummies, and vibe of the north country, have either of you seen this shit, Patricia Arquette's accent sends exactly like Hans man's Cheryl. I am not, but I will definitely watch this. I actually looked to look that up today where Leonov? Yeah. Now, I, I saw some of it and she's definitely I don't know who taught her to have an accent, but it's perfect. Especially north voices. Get a little higher. Everything sounds like a question, much sure about that. I'm going to get the car that kind of thing than months. You hit the Midland's goi- falls, foothills of the Iran extra more, like even lay in back more. You're more like secure make a little bit more money than there are parts of the north. You know you don't live in the north country. Never would so you're up there, you're down there and you're like yeah. Right now, it's it's been a good life work. The Mel got a got a pension got another pension coming on from when I started when I worked in native at the mill I somehow like the mill has an ARIN it somewhere amount now. No, I can do it. Merle Burke, the Mao. Worked native got my dad's Ciba-Geigy pension before they tore it down. We're doing good. No. You know, it's, it's, it's a simple life, but I learned early on. You keep it simple. Stupid kiss. Favorite band may, go to like places at the fed can go to wrestling at the Civic Center to live out your life. Great awesome. Yeah. The dialects perfect on that. I'll watch it. I was listening loving when those guys were doing I out there that was amazing fucking big prisoner was amazing..
"nycacc" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Susan shepherd is our guest and Carl is in Charlotte North Carolina on a wildcard line on coast to coast AM Carl. He and good to talk to you. I think it's my first time talking to you. Hello. Hey, there you go. How are you? I'm good. Yeah. I grew up in Youngstown, Ohio. And I spent a lot of time running around West Virginia. I'm fond of calling it wild wonderful west by God Virginia. There's really no other scenery like that. And I don't think I've been about half the states that I've ever been to California, but it's certainly a beautiful country, and I've played in Parker started a couple of times when I was younger. I was in a band from Newcastle. So you know, where Newcastle is if you lived in Pittsburgh. Oh, yeah. And I'm going to jump in here and say, I think it's interesting because I've lived in Ohio for a while when I was finishing my dissertation. And I do a lot of people from that part of Pennsylvania. And I always heard them making fun of West Virginia. Like that where they were always will do. Yeah. They were they were busting on West Virginia. Like, it was the Burbank. Of of Ohio said, she's from weird and your screener genus. We're right. Yes. Oh, do you. Remember a bar called all these in downtown Parkersburg late nineteen seventies. I well. I think I do. I'm not sure where it is now. But I drive faster all the time I live in Charlotte. Now, so home to see family all the time. I go up seventy seven. So let me ask you real quick was seventy seven there in sixty six. So it was like. When Mr. durenberger was in business interesting. I I question that as well. And then I I looked into it. And yes, it was it was it was there at that time because I know they'd go interstate eighty through my town Hubbard like when I was a teenager, and that's part of the West Virginia turnpike, also. So I know you've been all through there. And you have you ever heard of a town called buck cannon? Yes. My uncle lived there. Eddie, yes, he played there. One time doing in an ice storm. So we were the only band to make it from they'll give leeway Carlos the name of your band. Let's get this over with actually street survivors, we agreed survive Leonard scattered album. Yeah, we've scattered and southern rock and the plane crash two weeks later believe it or not. And we kept we kept the name. It was a lot of fun. Yeah. It was attributed guys. What a great band and two more things. I'll just say real quick Bill withers, I believe it's from West Virginia. And then thank thank creek is also off seventy seven. That's where the great NBA great. Jerry, West grew up, exactly. Sal. Thank you. Thank you Carl. I love that. And I am a huge Bill withers fan. I think that is so cool. And and I didn't I had the old flame cover for the that Leonard Skinner delve them. I still do I've always kept that Michaels in Greensboro, North Carolina. Also calling for Susan shepherd. We're telling stories about West Virginia, Michael. Oh, yes. Hi. Yeah. I used to live in western Pennsylvania. I lived in. Pittsburgh is lived in the Washington Pennsylvania area for a year and one day. We took a tour of the former federal prison in amounts Ville, and I want, you know, if she heard any accounts about you know, any paranormal spooky creepy encounters over there at the at mount Ville three or four times at one time. Something followed me home. I couple of days after going on the ghost hunter and ghost investigation. I heard it sounded like a baby crying. But if you listen very closely, you could tell it wasn't really a baby. And then I saw like a black mist sorta like went into the closet. Usually with that type of thing. I just ignored it and eventually went away. But yes, there were definite experience. A mouse Ville penitentiary even did a show called creepy Canada on Melville, and it's haunting so you might want to look that up. How does that tie into Canada? Oh, they came down. That came down and they did about forty ghost. They did about forty stories from states, and they did the banshee of mar town, and they did also mounds Ville, potentially. There was a third one. Oh, the ghost to silver run. Yeah. They did three stories in West Virginia. All right. So I have a woman named Becky she contacted me on Twitter at deacon pundit. And she said I heard the Keenan of a crying woman when I worked at the end you'll have to help me with that is that the the the blender Hassett hotel. Oh, yeah. That's where we start out the ghost tour. Yeah. In Parkersburg west. She said Susan can tell you some great stories about that haunted hotel. Oh, yeah. That's where we started out the ghost tour. It has numerous huntings about ten years ago. It was voted the sixth most haunted hotel in North America. And number five was the Stanley hotel which was the shining. The Berliner hazards is primary. Haunting down there is they call them, the smoking gentleman that was the builder of the hotel William and chancellor they see him experiencing regularly. They they will have his cigar smoke. They will have smells associated with him more so than sightings. But yeah, he's he definitely is still down there, and they have a number of ghost in the bladder houses hotel. Yes, indeed, interesting. Very good. Let me grab Jim in Somerset PA. Coast to coast AM for Susan shepherd. Jim. I add. I n Susan glad to really surprised to hear you mentioned the Parkersburg case. I was one of the original nycacc investigators covered case with doing burger. Oh, yes. We had a lot of witnesses. I with a group I kept grouping Pittsburgh. This where members has a major research laboratory in Pittsburgh. I don't know if I had to put your name on the air. And if you check your local newspapers found around January twenty seven. Eighteen sixty seven about a week before to a week after you'll see pictures if I came down there, and some very interesting things happened. Oh, wow. They were. Trapped on the highway including burger right had Tammy than they contact with. And they were so scared that they came running after Pittsburgh to see people to talk about it. They spray that their life is being threatened. Yeah. Just one. By any chance where you kind of a pasty guy wearing a black suit. Just checking. Okay. All right. Go ahead. We well. We we down there. I don't know if it was a major psychologist down there. In his name. I don't know. No. I was really small at the time. Okay. It'll be in the paper Weiss also they and shortly after we committed suicide. Wow. We we down here. Town called ravens wood West Virginia. I should tell you. What it? Oh. Yeah. Okay. There was a street on ravens would wound up to the hills. We found out about it because we stopped in a restaurant, and then he'd be right up in the newspaper about UFO's coming in real over this area. That's been happening for about a week. And people would go out and what they destroyed was about nine or ten. Glowing. This they were covered in a red slow. You could actually see the district. Just see this read. Claiming vulgar, whatever it was for that. How do you sit in diameter? Lothian that in one lady's backyard, right? We read it by contacting Shenlin on the hill. The name in the paper. We went up interview. Did they had called about fifty different people from their whole street in that area, and this is on the newspaper. Wow. What they saw district playing around. They haven't over a period of a week. Maybe combine a low over the area in about five minutes air force jets foreseen country and in the distance and the object within flying into a v formation and shoot up a tremendous feed up into the air. They get some fly around through a few minutes later. They would be black helicopters all over the place. One of the people that we interviewed say police officer who had witnessed several times and the right that's in favor with an well known UFO research. I if you could get. My name and phone number. You could call me back. I just put anything else on the air. Yeah. Absolutely. Why don't we do this? Because the lovely Gina is entering phones tonight. And she also being from West Virginia. She'll treat you right. So we'll put you on hold you give your formation to Gina, and then we can pass it along that way. But that's cutting g you don't run into that very often. Do you know, I don't. But I know that there were hundreds of sightings of UFO's sixty six sixty seven especially and also when Woodrow Dermer was interviewed the next day on live television in Parkersburg WTA p right at Wright. Patterson air force base had ficials coming to interview him now, whether they ever showed up, I don't know. But. But right Patterson was involved with this. And they did you know, they were interested in Dern burgers case with injured cold, but I don't know anything about government involvement with any of this. I can only guess really Jacob is in Oklahoma on coast to coast AM for Susan shepherd. Talking a little bit about West Virginia folklore and stories that she experienced herself. Go ahead. Jacob. Yeah. Howdy, folks. Nice to talk to you. First time, I talked on coast to coast. Well, good from central Pennsylvania. And where the whisky rebellion started. And I wrote up in the back Mitch, and we had this story about the monster sulphur creek, and I wrote a book about it and probably saved it on Amazon. But I always wondered if you guys knows of any other monsters up in central Pennsylvania area. I don't know of any monsters at central Pennsylvania than would be, you know, big foot. And then there was another one. Oh, I can't remember the name of it. But the movie was made about it. To I'm not sure whether or not, but I'm not aware of any any types of monsters. But I certainly love to look into that though. Yeah. So can you tell me real quickly? Tell us about the monster sulphur creek, if you would oh, it's a it's a Cisco hand are medicine, man. Wow. We wish messing around with trying to combat compare trying to combine wolf and bear. And all they know is that I guess what? Messing with the DNA that type of thing. But what they come up with something that had the the top side. Look like a. Timber weapon. Bottom was a bear. And they we used to go around and snag people walking down the street in Philipsburg, Pennsylvania. I growed up right outside that town. But yeah, it was this was in the fifties. And we used to hear about it all the time. I don't I kind of took it with a grain of salt. Because it's scary stories. We used to tell each other. But I thought it was nature. I wrote a book about it. And we always called the mountains up there. The we we never call them. What you shot the nurse call it there. They we call them the Appalachian mountains. And you y'all call and the Appalachian mountains. Workover that who grew up in South Carolina. And he said, no this Appalachian. I said, well, we growed up back on. Appalachian mountains. L trappers yet wherever you're standing. You know? That's it. We'll of course, Jacob that's coming from a guy who pronounced creek creek. So let's I think we can pick for. Yeah. Could say the debate for later on Jacobite. Right. I appreciate that. Just totally fair, you know, just messing with you. So that that's fun though. But it's interesting to and and that idea that all these stories could be layered on top of each other. I teach I don't not teaching it this semester. But I often teach narrow tala g right? So mostly for Mike and Mike case, I teach. Nonfiction neurobiology. And so how we tell true stories and why we tell them. And and that that's again, I come back to that's one of the hallmarks of a true story are things that never get resolved. Right. And we should always be suspicious when we're hearing something with somebody claims is a true story. But it sounds so much like exactly like a novel chances are it's not true. If it really all comes together, so perfectly at the end and it structured like a four part story with an introduction in X position and everything. So so I like I really liked hearing what he had to say. Let me get to Wayne in Chicago. And that I don't know that make rap is up for this half hour. But then we'll go to open lines after that. Hey, Wayne, you're talking with Susan shepherd from West Virginia. Can you guys hear me pretty good? Thank you. I'm not going to believe this almost you know, about how your guests knows about it. Excuse me. Seventeen years. We had fifty five sightings of Mothman. Okay. Yeah. I know you remember cargo reader. Weekly totally Grenier all the time. I have two copies. Get two copies. If I can give you one take it. Picture Chicago reader two thousand seventeen and they're flying at the top of Sears tower up. Oh, wow. About a couple of years ago. I've never heard Muffin stories in Chicago. There's plenty of cool. Really? We'll talk about them. But yes, I've heard them really bad. It was flying daylight. Yes. You in broad daylight. Okay. Well, that get your attention. It makes you wonder if something's going to happen in Chicago. I was telling Jones couple of years ago. I hope that wasn't a bad omen for exactly what I say. That the chief corn stalks curse actually caused all of that. But so let's hope not Chicago already already had to survive. The Billy goat curse. We can't have many more. Curses. Look into those Chicago sightings though, thanks for calling. Because I realize you need to look into those wait. I've never heard that. I'm fascinated by that. I mean, I think there's some really cool Chicago stories, but I've never heard and one in broad daylight. You'd almost think with the number, and I wait knows what I'm talking about. With the number of cameras that are set up on top of the Hancock building the with the old Sears tower..
"nycacc" Discussed on Extraterrestrial
"High marks and earned their doctorate in divinity. Frank was running. What's known? As a diploma mill. This is not only foolish. It is highly illegal, but he wouldn't be caught for some time. Based on these actions alone. We know Frank strangest was a con man willing to lie for money in the early sixties as Frank spoke on the UFO conference circuit. He claimed to be a chief investigator for nycacc the national investigations committee on aerial phenomena. Ni- cap was a nonprofit organization devoted to scientific research into UFO reportings and phenomena at the time nightcap was one of the single most influential organizations in the UFO research field primarily due to their commitment to fact-based investigation. Frank did purchase a membership tonight cap and had been a member for several years. However, he had never been an investigator for the organization, and he had never met the director of the organization, even though he had claimed to be close personal friends with the director wants nightcap heard about Frank's. Activities they cancelled his membership returned his membership fees and disavowed any claim to nycacc approval of Franks UFO stories. In other words, even UFO researchers publicly declared that Frank strangest was untrustworthy before Frank claim to have met of a new Shen named valiant Thor will finish discussing Franks credibility after this. And now back to the story. Frank Strange's had falsified his doctorates and had been dismissed as unreliable by the most respected you Afo research group in the nation. This deceptive behaviour soon caught up with him in nineteen sixty three francs diploma. Mill business drew the attention of the state of California Frank was arrested and convicted for fraud. He spent a few months in prison and paid a large fine around that same time. The actual date is unclear Frank was arrested. Tried and convicted a second time this time. Time for drug smuggling information about this trial is difficult to find. But Frank later claimed to have been an innocent victim in this case and claim to have been pardoned for this event. Frank did not allow his arrest to slow him down. He continued to speak UFO conferences across the nation where his charismatic persona and entertaining, speaking style withdraw dozens of people mostly those you Afo believers called contact tease people who claim to have personally met with aliens themselves. Frank, also, drew and people who greatly desired to meet extraterrestrials as his book and speeches about flying saucer Rama heavily implied that meeting aliens was a common circumstance then in nineteen sixty four. He produced a documentary film, titled phenomena seven point seven phenomena seven point seven was an investigative documentary focused on UFO citing that occurred in nineteen sixty four in Socorro. Oh, New Mexico. It's title was pulled from the air force's own UFO research, stating that of all UFO sightings reported to the air force only seven point seven percent remain, unknown or an identified before the film's release members of nycacc manage to watch and review the film, the clearing it a very poor handling of an otherwise compelling UFO, citing these members also noticed that in the credits. Frank had falsely printed that nightcap approved of the documentaries investigation. Nycacc quickly informed. The press of Frank strangest facetious claims and theater venues that had agreed to show phenomena seven point seven began dropping it from their schedules Franks movie failed to make a widespread release and original copies of the film can no longer be found and yet even after his movie was effectively killed by his fellow UFO. Researchers Frank strangest could not be stopped. He released stranger at the Pentagon in nineteen sixty seven and. In July of that year. He founded Naiko the national investigations committee on unidentified flying objects the founding of this organization was yet another attempt by Frank strangers to fabricate some credibility for himself somewhat. Surprisingly it worked in nineteen sixty eight Frank was selected to host late night and B C TV show, titled flying saucers here. And now the show was ordered to film, thirty nine half hour episodes focused on pictures and testimonies about extraterrestrial encounters as the host Frank was the star a one hour pilot was filmed and aired on a small local station as test Aaron, however, once the general UFO community heard the show would be starring Frank Strange's. They derided the show for including him sky, look and influential UFO newsletter that would later become the move on journal said the inclusion of Frank strangest prove the show was calculated to heap. So. Much ridicule on the subject of UFO's that any mention of one will elicit a belly laugh after the pilot was widely panned the show was cancelled and Frank was left to his own devices. Once again as we've already discussed Frank remained a public figure and wrote close to a dozen books about valiant Thor. There were a few more significant events in his life, including three marriages, two divorces and an appearance on the Jerry Springer show in nineteen Ninety-three. But for the most part he made his living off valiant for these stories were his primary source of income from the publication of the stranger at the Pentagon in nineteen sixty seven until his death in two thousand eight so in short Frank strangers was a proven liar with a great incentive to lie. We've already raised some questions about the story itself as we told it, but perhaps it's time to dive a little deeper into valiant sore. Let's start at the beginning. Valiant four was supposed to have stayed at the Pentagon for three full years working with the president himself during this time. Hundreds of people would have met him seen him and known that he was an alien this event would have been widely documented, and even if this information would necessarily be kept secret at least some of the corroborating details would have been released after the freedom of information act. For instance, if a secret underground train between the Pentagon and the White House had been built in the fifties. We would have heard about it by the two thousand tents sixty years later. So we have a story that should have some outside corroboration. But instead we only have the word of one Frank strangeness Frank would likely counter with the statement that any would be whistle blowers would be threatened by the government. However, this argument actually, only hurts Frank strangest case Frank claimed on multiple occasions that government aid. Agent had told him to keep quiet about valium for however instead of the story coming off as threatening Frank would use it as an amusing anecdote to highlight his own cleverness. The agent commanded don't say anything about what you've seen and Frank would say he didn't tell me not to write down with I've seen. So I wrote a book, and they can't do anything about that. The said goes to show if Franken disobey a direct order from government agent and still live to the ripe old age of eighty one. So could any of the actual government agents who worked with valiant for Frank might then point to the photographs? Taken of valiant sore at Howard Menges get together supposedly taken in nineteen fifty seven to prove valiant sores existence. However, there are many reasons to doubt the veracity of those pictures, the most obvious reason we've already stated in the first episode. These pictures are simply evidence that some people sat somewhere at some time. The people of these photographs could be any unnamed people whose likenesses were taken advantage of. But there is also reason to believe that we know the name of at least one person in that photograph the man Frank strangest claimed was valiant sore could have simply been a young thin. Frank Strange's himself an amateur investigator on YouTube who's chattels called alien society has done a lengthy investigation into Frank strangers. This man is the one who found the north central bible institute yearbook where Frank strangers is pictured placing Frank strangers yearbook picture side by side with each of the Valiants four photos shows a compelling resemblance between Frank strangers. And the so called valiant for most people would not have recognized the resemblance between the two because by the time Frank strain. Fist. Started speaking publicly. He had gained weight and his hair had started to turn gray. Of course, this doesn't prove that valiant or is Frank strangers. But the resemblance is uncanny. This would also explain why Howard measure the man who hosted the party didn't claim Venetian was at his party at all. Even if the photographed valiant Thor is not Frank Strange's. There is other evidence to suggest he lied about the nature of these photos from the very beginning. The photos were said to have been taken in Howard Menderes back yard in April nineteen fifty seven however alien society also found that Howard mentor had sold that property to a new owner months before April of that year, the actual date. These pictures would have been taken can be deduced through clues within the pictures themselves on page thirty one of stranger at the Pentagon, Frank includes a close up view of. The papers in value Thors hands. In addition to a notepad valiant Thor holds a Sunday newspaper, the date cannot be clearly seen, however, thirty three hyphen seven can be very clearly seen on the paper. These numbers on a Sunday. Paper are almost guaranteed to be in reference to the score of a football game and one football game in particular on November eighteenth nineteen fifty six the New York Giants played the Washington Redskins and lost thirty three to seven. This was the only football game. The have thirty three to seven score the entire year of nineteen fifty six, and there was not a single sporting event that had thirty three to seven score in nineteen fifty seven the year. This get together was alleged to happen. So the photos were most likely taken on the Sunday after that game in nineteen fifty six four months before valiant Thor even arrived on earth on March sixteenth. Nineteen fifty seven Frank strangers. Also claimed multiple times in different presentations throughout the years that the Venetians possessed six fingers on each hand and six toes on each foot yet the photographs clearly depict people with five fingers on each hand these photographs Frank Strange's most powerful evidence for valiant Thor are most definitely not of an alien named valiant for even if they were it would simply raise more questions. Valiant Thor is supposed to be immortal ageless being if valiant Thor truly wanted Frank to show people these pictures as proof of his existence. Why wouldn't valiant Thor have more pictures taken of him in the decades that followed why would value Thor leave his only true follower with a few out of date photos from the nineteen fifties? I don't believe he would. So we've seen how Frank lied multiple times in the st-. Story of valiant Thor. But the worst part is that these aren't even original lies. We mentioned in the first episode that the story of valiant sore bear striking resemblance to the nineteen fifty one film the day the earth stood still and the nineteen fifty four film stranger from Venus. The similarities are obvious in the names alone, both stranger from Venus and stranger at the Pentagon or about aliens from Venus one million comes to guide the American government away from nuclear destruction. The other comes to guide the British government away from nuclear destruction. Both also claim nuclear destruction of the earth would lead to the orbital destruction of all life in the solar system. While the plot valiant Thor is stolen almost directly from these stranger from Venus. The name valiant Thor is most likely also stolen Thomas Brisson, a blogger and independent researcher looking into value for. Kim across a science fiction comic called space adventures in which short story, titled heritage was printed. Heritage is a story about a robot living on earth long after humans have gone extinct. This robot's name was foul tore Frank strangers was a science fiction buff and a rabid fan of alien stories. He likely had a subscription to space adventures, and he likely read heritage sometime after it was published. This is purely speculation, but it seems entirely possible that he could have read the name Val tour and simply added an H in reference to the famous and some would say valiant Thor of Norse mythology. We may never know how Frank strangers came up with the name valiant sore. But in the end, it doesn't really matter. What matters is that Frank lied. And he lied a lot as his claims about valiant sore were false the claims of his. Thousands of followers. Must also be false given that Frank strangest was a proven liar and given the many inconsistencies within the story itself. We rate this story a zero out of ten four believability. After all that I have to say, I'm a little disappointed a large part of me wishes that Thor had actually existed if only so he could help make the world better place. Perhaps this means that the true wisdom valiant four lies in his message and not in his existence. He came to help the world by teaching us to help ourselves. Thanks
"nycacc" Discussed on Izzy and Spain
"And I decided that the Patrick Chung. And I might be best friends is his quote was I like to watch chopped. I just watch modern family food network. I like chopped hopefully, guy's grocery games is on in wonder damn, how am I gonna make something out of this? I just tried to ease my mind chill out just to have some juice and relax. I I'm all in for if I'm at the apartment, and I have nothing on that day like have nothing I have to do I will turn on like any sort of chopped or any Gordon Ramsay show at all. And I eight hours later, I'm still sitting on the couch mesmerized, so it's never seen. Chopped? Oh, oh, I'm I'm a top chef person while top chef is a delight to. But show to have a lot of yelling. No, nyc all the Gordon Ramsay yell. Known chopped is totally different the Gordon Ramsay. This is my other guilty pleasure. No, choppy got three three shifts, and they they all over four shifts. They'll open up a basket of secret ingredients. They don't it's going to be like iron chef, but not for the for the most talented chefs earth. No because this one is of course. By course. So one's eliminated for appetizer. One's eliminated for main course, then for the desert, it's all or nothing. But then they take the meal is a whole intake from the meal is an entirety. They declare a winner. So it's a an and you you'll pull basket ingredients out of a basket. And it'll be like you have peppers and spam. And you know, this type of weird thing that nobody's ever this this concept into it. I as well besides Patrick Chung. I'm also down with Philip Dorset. He said chocolate ice cream. He said, he's relaxed. He does the same thing. He's gotta routine routine oriented guy. He eats junk food the night before. Game chocolate ice cream before every game. And he says that's the only night I ate ice cream. I started doing it in college. We had really good chocolate ice cream in our team hotel. And I just kept doing it. I had a big game after the first time. But there have been plenty of games where I probably didn't have a good game without really superstition or anything. I just do it. It's just an excuse. I think which is a great way to sneak in the ice cream as well. It would be bad. It'd be bad luck. If I didn't do it. Can you imagine though of you? And I were like I just have chocolate ice cream the night before every show. It's perfect Dont'a Hightower playing fortnight which I'm reminded of today on I was on college football live, and I did not realize that the the guys the Pollick and Marcus spears are both huge fortnight guys in Pollock is like over the top four nycacc twenty-five kids. How does he have time for that? Yeah. Like kids go to bed. He plays fort nine. L might so apparent apparently they're super competitive with it. So they're having a whole conversation about like fortnight, and they might as well have been speaking French. I had no idea what they were talking about. I realized how incredibly unhip I in that moment. Yeah. Geno. Comprom- PA fortnight. Oh, see. Speak french. A fortnight. I also really liked James white just like putting everyone to shame with. I just relaxed in my room watch a little bit of film and go to sleep. And then they're like, it's just that easy. It's like, yeah. That easy. This guy's made of stone. Julian Edelman this sounds like something that I would do other than the bedtime. So he says he you go to meetings over the game plan over the call sheet. And then he takes a melatonin which I love like on any given night. If it doesn't feel like immediately gonna fall asleep. I pop one melatonin and I'm good to go. But he said he's in bed by about.
"nycacc" Discussed on GSMC Sports Podcast
"And then you have see premiering on ESPN plus this weekend dillashaw, say hoodoo. I think that's going to be a good fight dillashaw trying to drop down a little bit. And wait. I don't know if he's going to retain all that power that he's known for. So who does a good wrestler? It's going to be an interesting. I know that dillashaw big favourite. I'm excited to see it Seahawks. They signed Paxton Lynch. So they now have the tallest quarterback of the probably shortest before before collar Marie joints. So that is interesting. And usually you sign your backup quarterback these similar in style. So you don't have to office it isn. Yeah. I think I don't see. I don't think this is a big deal. What about Cody Allen signing onto the closer for the angels after years with the Indians? What do you think about that move? I think it's just a he's a good pitcher. Yeah. I think he just went where the money is. I can't think of any angels have money. So. Yeah. But honestly, I don't think he went to see things they're good. They store link a rebuilding type phase when you say. Yeah. The angels. I don't know what they're doing. They just have the albatross of contract in Albert holes. And then they have Mike trout, who's maybe the most underrated underappreciated athlete in the world to be honest with you. Yeah. Who knows maybe they'll make some noise in the or the ale west, but probably not. Yeah. Well, we'll see it's still very we long ways away from that. We'll see you guys Monday. When recap we will know who will be in the Super Bowl by Monday. Are you excited we'll have to we'll have to or full six? We'll have two full weeks talking about the Super Bowl you'll be so excruciating is this game gonna ever happen. So we gotta talk about each quarter. Every day talk about the Pro Bowl next week UK Pro Bowl. Do we have to does anybody for watching? I never watched it. I only remember Sean Taylor lighting up punter. I feel like Snapchat and Instagram was made for the probe. Like, you don't wanna watch the game. You just wanna watch the few highlights. You don't ever want to watch the full game. You want to do something like go out. And then like that happened in Orlando, and they have some tickets for like twenty bucks. Sure. But other than that, even sexists in Orlando. At least it was cool when it was in Hawaii. If I was NFL player back. I am going to Hawaii. That's cool. Whatever nycacc gotta go to Florida. Like, yeah. Ford is cool. But like it's Florida like it's not I can get afford all the time. Like, pretty sure. Yeah. I'm pretty sure it's cheaper to be in our lane of oh, I guess cheaper for the NFL. But do they really care about going cheaper? I mean, they make you. I don't know the owners in the NFL or making all kinds of money. Yes, seriously. All right. Well, yes, how everybody have good weekend. And we'll see you on Monday..
"nycacc" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Station. Xtra sports thirteen hundred. Sports flag. I'm Chris lopresti, mother nature has arrived in Kansas City and will have an impact on today's divisional round playoff game between the top City Chiefs in the sixth seeded red hot. Indianapolis Colts snow falling steadily Arrowhead stadium and not expected to stop anytime soon calling for a total of six to nine inches. When all is said and done Andy Reid just one in four in the playoffs cheese. Head coach not to worried about it though. Need to say, thank you. You've played a season supporting the worry about LA worry about process that you're you're going through to get ready to play football team. Now to be Frank Reich squad, ripping off ten wins games to raise their one in five. Start knows they've got to find a way to slow down Casey's high octane offense slow and steady wins the race like to use boxing match illustration boxer thing all the time. So I just think it's like body blows. You know, I just think it's it's blows to the mid section. It's it's a constant pounding of that. I just think it I think it wears the other team down. See if they can get that done with Andrew lock plus productive run game. Kickoff. Four thirty eastern from Kansas City. Nycacc features the Rams of the Cowboys from LA too impressive regular seasons under Sean McVeigh. Now, it's time for Jared Goff and company to get it done when it matters most. You're always going to be you know, what your record is especially as a quarterback. You know, you win games. I guess winning percentage winning is the most important stat and a little bit more. So in the playoffs event Dak Prescott the Cowboys know all about that. They answered the critics with last week's home win over the Seahawks. Now taken the same approach for a road game against the Rams, not really different not really different. And that credit is teams organization, the coaches, obviously for just making that'd be the point is this is another game is a continuous as way back when we're we're three and five in our backs were against the wall. This is the same thing or Baxter against the wall. We've got to go win a game very important game. We're excited for a chance to go do that Todd Gurley. Good to go for L A pretty much had the last month off Kobe's sleep like Jarman expected to shoot up for Dallas despite missing practice all week with ankle injuries. They'll kick that one off at eight fifteen eastern meantime, the Browns have made it official announcing Freddie kitchens at their new head coach six bacon cheese filled dolphins and Bengals said to be waiting on candidates who are still alive in the playoffs. Checking the college college basketball scoreboard at the half fourth rank Virginia leading Clemson twenty seven to twenty one. Also at the break number twelve North Carolina at home trailing Louisville forty-three. Thirty-four late first-half NC state clinging to a forty one to forty lead over pit buffalo up on Miami of Ohio at the half thirty six thirty two. Also at the break Kansas state, living number twenty eight thirty five to twenty six matinee NHL you've got two games just about to get underway, metropolitan division rivalries with the devils hosting the flyers and the Rangers in the islanders skating in Brooklyn. I'm Chris lopresti, your bagel coffee and Sunday morning football with me DA tomorrow at ninety s- turn on CBS sports radio..
"nycacc" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"Let's continue our conversation. Let's talk a little bit about the CIA as involvement with nycacc. You mentioned that briefly before the break exactly how did that come about that the CIA became involved with nightcap. Oh, they were involved from the very beginning. I mentioned before Admiral Roscoe held equator who keyhole brought him on board. As head of the nightcap board of governors was the first director of the CIA. And then later on Colonel Joseph, Brian who was a CIA person came on board. He became later. The the president of the dot com board of governors, and then other people do foreign a and others. There was also a staff member Stuart Nixon came on board the staff, although his identity, the CIA is a operative. Oh, what's not no, not suspected it from the first, and I tried to warn ki-ho out hall that we may have had a CIA plant and our staff, they didn't believe me. And sure enough. That's what happened and not cap is eventually taken over at the end of nineteen sixty nine keyhole, and I were fired and CIA essentially took it over. So is into the ground for the next eight years. So it was at the CIA didn't trust would nightcap was doing. I don't know. You know, the thing is they I think they wanted to keep. Undercover an input there and ki-ho was trying to distance himself from it, you know, from association with the CIA and trying to keep them from encroaching in on the staff, but the irony of it was Quixote started the whole thing by appointing CIA people to the board of governors, including me, chairman of the board of governors, but I think they wanted to to just have a a a an input there on what? Significant sightings were coming in. Now, nineteen sixty eight we publish the first United States Air Force projects grudge and blue book reports one through twelve using the freedom of information that it was the first time that confidential and secret you over reports were released to the public for the first time, and it showed a significant number of high quality reports that the airc- air force storing project the early years of project blue book denigrate credible job of investigating. But then they took a wrong turn and began to pooh-pooh reports after that. When you were fired why? But they did. More than when you were fired by the whole time. So there is some reason. Because they just didn't want people to know or or it's by own part was there may be a possibility that we have already we had already even then been in contact with extraterrestrial beings or resources as some some time we had an agreement with them. So like the day the earth stood still type of thing. Maybe we had an agreement with them and still do. And but they're still trying to keep the really good reports. Under wraps. We have a break coming up in less than a minute very quickly. When you were let go by the CIA. Were you surprised or did you see it coming? No, I saw it. Coming said, I tried to warn keyhole and hall about it that it was coming. But they didn't believe me. I for some reason, I just don't think they I I don't think he host while the people that he trusted to come on board. We're going to really Alston. And of course, by the time that occurred the Cotonou famous Khandan reports on the university of Colorado came up and gave the whole subject of black guy so contributions to the organization again to fall off, and the whole thing just kind of fell through by the the end of nineteen sixty nine we are gonna continue with you Afo, researcher writer and editor Gordon Lor. We'll take your phone calls as well. Eight four four six eight seven seven six six nine stay with us. This is beyond reality radio. Yeah..
"nycacc" Discussed on CarCast
"If you want it or or your truck trailer or your racer do you recharge it what's the power source? So this this one has an internal nycacc power source and charges through the port on the side, it even had a volt meter seeing check the batteries inside the size of two packs of cigarettes taped together, let's the power and you bring it with you. And you're going to race day. Let's just say I'm going to Laguna Seca, and I'm bringing up race car with me, and I want to tune that car for maximum performance. And normally it's more. You know, our our science approach to it is I came back in the temp water. Temp got up to one sixty five and it didn't get any higher. Put some duct tape on the rainy shackling a piece of cardboard and then go out for qualified. See what it does? That's that's about as far as we go with this little Munster. It will remember the water temp, and you can play it back on the face of the gauge when you come back into pitch. You don't have you know, I used to go test before hand racer over driver, and I come back in and I couldn't remember, you know, if you have seven gauges out, I couldn't remember all seven not accurately. Right. And at some point somebody would say, oh, it's not water tamp. It's oil tamp. You got to keep your eye on the oil temp, what's tamp? And then you go. Oh, I can't remember what the oil temp was Tampa. I was looking at the Watertown. But then also it's like by the time you got back into the pit and look down or your mechanic, look down at a change from what it was out on the out on the track. And then they go what was it when you're on the track? And you're like the car was vibrating drive. Aim with wasn't watching. Didn't seem seem eighty two hundred. If you're watching anything, it's usually the tack. You know, if you're shifting manually which most race cars, do even paddle is manual. This thing remembers everything you can think of and it does something more. It computes stuff. You've never read on a gauge like the horsepower on this room thousand cubic feet of air in this room would make seven hundred thirty three horsepower. If you inducted a thousand CFM cubic feet per minute seven hundred thirty three horsepower on methanol seven hundred nineteen horsepower on gasoline and six hundred horsepower on diesel, and it's all determined by the density in the room and the room, and if you want to Denver, and you went studio there, and you pull it out, then it'd be about eighteen percent less than this. Right. Yeah. So we're reading one hundred percent here. Denver. Would read about eighty one percents? So now, you're at the track and you're getting this information and you're thinking, all right? I should do some advancing or some retarding or some jetting or some wanting. Yeah, usually, let's let's say, you're reading the plugs. A lot of guys you have nostalgia racers or collector cars to race cry. So some of those are carbonated I would assume yes or enter injected mechanical fuel injection. So you keep a book if you're the tuner on the car, you go out you jet until you get to write plug color, which I call twelve to one. I know the color of a twelve to one air fuel ratio in any engine. I've ever raced. It's at the base of the porcelain a little grey band around the base, the portion of Portland should be clear and shouldn't have any piston on it. Same with the ground strap, you know, so you write down in your book what the air density was that day way back in the day moon equipment company, had air density, gauge, most guys had him. But they were very rough and they didn't account for humidity. The humidity in the room is kinda high right now you've been talking the whole time. But it could be worse..
"nycacc" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM
"The breakfast club Glover on a week goes to all you people out there who are acting like the nightclub. Oh is the new black power? Listen, man. I support Colin Kaepernick wholeheartedly dropped when includes Colin Kaepernick Desa, man, I consider a friend. And I am I am extremely glad that Collin did a business deal. With nike. I have been saying on his radio for a while. At the first company who signs Colin to a sneaker our payroll dealer gonna win and win big. And we are seeing that now to coordinator is since the Colin Kaepernick nycacc was released Nike sold. Sixty one percent more merchandise and added almost six billion dollars to the company's market value. That would have happened with damn near any sneaker company. Colin would have signed to except maybe on right? All right. Need new designers for sneak into some payroll because it's trash but back to the matter at hand, Colin Kaepernick is great for the business of nyc. And I really feel in my heart that a lot of people that forgot that there is no permanent friends, our enemies when it comes to business is a business. But a lot of y'all out here acting like knighthood he's acting like the nyc logo is the new symbol of resistance in America. And I'm here to tell you that it's not it's the same old swoops. It always was okay. But it doesn't warrant churches like metro Baptist. Albany New York. Have Nike Sunday like come on, man. Not get off. All right. You want to incorporate will. Colin Dunn in your sermon. Great. But what the hell Nike got to do it? All right today. Just the corporation will getting money from all sides. Let's not forget they still sponsored the NFL which is the same organization. Blackballed cap Nick in the first place right now is still blackballing him. Not to mention go. Read an article on the screen dot com with the headline despite progressive rebranding, donates mortgagee more to the GOP. All right. According to the center for responsive politics during the two thousand eighteen election cycle, Nike employees, along with the company pack contributed over four hundred thousand two Republican candidates and the GOP compared with only one hundred and twenty two thousand to the Democrats. That means seventy eight percent of the company's political contributions GOP in two thousand eighteen looked calm you hypocrite but still rock night, but I'm rocking night for the stable reasons are always rock night. Because I like I like it even more now because they have signed Colin cabinet. But when I'm not about the dude is wearing Nike Alfie to an award show and act like he's made a take cloth. All right. I love Jennifer Lewis. That's not a shot at her in any way, shape or form. I'm just telling you what I'm not going to do. And how I feel like people are going to far because once again the nightclub. Go is not a sign of resistance in America. We don't get this, right? And draw the line we're going to have more misfires like the one we saw Grey's anatomy star. Jesse williams. Make Jesse is doing a movie on Emmett till titled to Jesse Williams decided to complete the two subjects and he had Colin Kaepernick make campaign edge with picks the materials. Okay. One pick in particular had image. Mom, Amy standing over Emmett's casket with the phrase believe in something even if it means sacrificing everything Jesse I expect more from from you, my brother. All right. This is the type of tone deafness that happens in a corporate boardroom full of Caucasians with no diversity insight in the backlash was swift heavy in deserving so Jesse pulled the all right? First of all Emmett till was not a sacrifice Emmett till was murdered by white supremacists. There was no sacrifice. All right. His mom didn't want that to happen. Her son wasn't an offering to God who doesn't even make any sense by Jesse and his team got caught up in the hype of everybody out here acting like the nyc logo is the equivalent of a Malcolm X, aren't African. You want to make a statement at an award show where an actual arm with captured. Our black lives matter t shirt, I'll wait until Collins actual nine thousand nine drops back being tension with your messaging. Okay. Those teams are just named are actual signs of resistance the nightclub. Oh is not that. All right. Nyc is a business playing all sides because they understand what we don't. And that is no permanent friends, our enemies in business. So please give everyone acting like Nike symbol of resistance in America. The biggest. Going back and forth. Hi, charlene. Thank you for that. Don't get a week us. Right. And please purchase. My new book shook on anxiety playing tricks on me it'll be on October twenty third talking about trauma PTSD anxiety therapy. All that stuff..
"nycacc" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM
"Day today. Donkey today for Tuesday September twenty fifth is going to all of you people out there who are acting like the nyc logo is the new black power. Listen, man. I support Colin Kaepernick wholeheartedly dropped when includes Colin Kaepernick. Man, I consider a friend. And I am I am extremely glad that Collin did a business deal. With nike. I have been saying on his radio for a while. The first company who signs Colin to a sneaker? Our payroll deal is gonna win and win big. And we are seeing that now according to route is Simpson Colin Kaepernick nycacc was released Nike sold. Sixty one percent more merchandise and added almost six billion dollars to the company's market value. That would have happened with damn near any sneak accompany Colin would have signed to except maybe on Dharma Dharma, you need new design a few sneakers payroll because it's trash but back to the matter at hand, Colin Kaepernick is great for the business of nyc. And I really feel in my heart that a lot of you people. I forgot that there is no permanent friends, our enemies when it comes to business, and as a business, but a lot of y'all out here acting like knighthood, he's okay, you're acting like the nyc logo is new symbol of resistance in America. And I'm here to tell you that it's not it's the same old swoops. It always was. Okay. But it doesn't warrant churches like metro Baptists Albany New York to have Nike Sunday. Oh, yes. On Sunday September thirtieth metro Baptists. Albany is having Nike sun image of Carlin capitalizing on it with the nyc logo like come on man knock it off. All right. You want to incorporate Will Carling is done in your sermon. Great. But what the hell Nike got to do with it? All right day today. Just the corporation who getting money from all sides. Let's not forget they still sponsored the NFL which is the same organization that blackboard cap Nick in the first place and the right now, we're still blackballing him. Not to mention go. Read an article on the screen dot com with the headline despite progressive rebranding, nyc donates mortgagee more to the GOP. Alright, according to the center for responsive politics during the two thousand eighteen election cycle making employees along with the company packed contributed over four hundred thousand two Republican candidates GOP compared with only one hundred and twenty two thousand to the Democrats. That means seventy eight percent of the company's political contributions, which the GOP. In two thousand eighteen and look calm you hypocrite. But I'm gonna still rock night. But I'm rocking night for the same old reasons are always rocked make because I like it, and I like it even more now because they have signed Colin Kaepernick. But when I'm not about to do is wearing Nike off to an award show and act like he's made a Kim takeoff. All right. I love Jennifer Lewis. That's not a shot at her in any way, shape or form. I'm just telling you what I'm not going to do and how are feel like people are going to far because once again the nyc logo is not a sign of resistance in America. And if we don't get this right and draw the line, we're going to have more misfires like the one we saw great anatomy star Jesse Williams. Make yesterday Jesse is doing a movie on Emmett till titled to fourteen you if you don't know him until issue the fourteen year old black man who was murdered in the south on August. Twenty eighth nineteen fifty five for allegedly whistling at a white woman. Well, Jesse Williams decided to conflate the two subjects and he had Colin kaepernick's night campaign ads with peaks of Emmett Till's funeral. Okay. One picking particular had image. Mom, Amy standing over image casket with the phrase believe. Even something even if it means sacrificing everything Jesse I expect more from from you, my brother. All right. This is the type of tone deafness that happens in a corporate boardroom full of Caucasians with no diversity insight meeting. A manny's was heavy on these memes. All right. I looked at and said no way Jesse Williams released tease out, but he did in the backlash was swift heavy and deserving so Jesse pulled depicts. All right. First of all Emmett till was not a sacrifice Emmett till was murdered by white supremacists by racist. Bigoted cracker ask crackle. White devils. Okay. He was brutally in unjustly killed. There was no sacrifice. Alright his mom didn't want that to happen. Her son wasn't an offering to God are some divine supernatural figure. Okay. Emmett till wasn't killed is a religious sacrifice. So it doesn't even make any sense. But Jesse in his team got caught up in the hype of everybody out here acting like the nyc logo if the equivalent of a Malcolm X are an African medallion. Right. You want to make a statement at an award show where an actual arm with captured are black lives matter t shirt are wait until Collins. Actual Nike line drops in with being tension your messaging, okay, those teams, I just named are actual signs of resistance. The nyc logo is not that. All right. Nyc is a business playing all sides because they understand what we don't. And that is no permanent friends are enemies in business. When I see that in two thousand ten two thousand twelve and two thousand fourteen election cycles, Nike gave hundreds of thousands of dollars to Republicans with seventy six percent sixty nine percents. Fifty nine percent of their contributions going to the GOP in each of those cycles respectively. And when I see almost half of this year donations come from founder, Phil Knight and his wife who have donated at least one point five million to Oregon Republican candidate named Newt Buhler who supports lower taxes for corporations and wants to in Oregon sanctuary lawful undocumented immigrants. How can you fools act like Nike anything, but a corporation who wants to cover all bases? If they want all the money, look, I'm all for supporting progressive companies. But despite the Colin Kaepernick campaign making it so please give everyone acting like Nike the symbol of resistance in America. The biggest. I ain't going back and forth. Thank you for that. Donkey today. Yes, sir. When we come back. We got you positive. Don't move is the breakfast club. Good morning. Murderer. Yada, cut up to. Everybody gets. Jonathan alone. Working. No. Does your phone? You ready? Nice. Two thousand. These games. You already. Finished round. Dog. Saturday. Got hit the club. Follow now staff. What? 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"nycacc" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM
"For Tuesday September twenty fifth is going to all of you people out there who are acting like the nyc logo is the new black power fish, listen, man. I support Colin Kaepernick wholeheartedly dropped when includes Colin Kaepernick. Man, I consider a friend. And I am I am extremely glad that Collin did a business deal. With nike. I have been saying on his radio for a while. The first company who signs Colin to a sneaker? Our payroll deal is gonna win and win big. And we are seeing that now because according to route is Colin Kaepernick nycacc was released Nike soul. Sixty one percent more merchandise and added almost six billion dollars to the company's market value. That would have happened with damn near any sneaker company. Colin would have signed to accept maybe underarm right under armor, you need new design a few sneaky payroll because it's trash but back to the matter at hand, Colin Kaepernick is great for the business of nyc. And I really feel in my heart that a lot of people have forgot that there is no permanent friends, our enemies when it comes to business, and that's all nyc is a business, but a lot of y'all out here, I can like knighthood, he's auditioning keys. Okay. You're acting like the nightclub. Oh, go is the new symbol of resistance in America. And I'm here to tell you that it's not it's the same old swoops. It always was. Okay. But you know, it doesn't warrant churches like metro Baptists Albany New York to have Nike Sunday. Oh, yes. On Sunday September thirtieth metro Baptist. Albany is having Nike Sunday with a minister will preach on the subject of being more than conquerors. The flyer has an image of Colin capitalize on it. With the nyc logo like come on man knock it off. All right. You want to incorporate Will Carling is done in your sermon. Great. But what the hell Nike got to do with it? All right today. Just the corporation who getting money from all sides. Let's not forget they still sponsored the NFL which is the same organization that blackballed cap Nick in the first place, and as of right now, we're still blackballing him. Not to mention go read an article on the screen dot com with the headline despite progressive rebranding, nyc donates more to more to the GOP. All right. According to the center for responsive politics during the two thousand eighteen election cycle making employees along with the company, Pat contributed over four hundred thousand two Republican candidates GOP compared with only one hundred and twenty two thousand to the Democrats. That means seventy eight percent of the company's political contributions to the GOP in two thousand eighteen and look call me a hypocrite. Still rock night when I'm rocking night for disabled reasons, I always rock nyc because I like it, and I like it even more now because they have signed Colin Kaepernick. But what I'm not about to do is wearing Nike off to an award show and act like he's made a takeoff. All right. I love Jennifer Lewis. That's not a shot at her in any way, shape or form. I'm just telling you what I'm not going to do and how are feel like people are going to far because once again the nightclub. Oh, go is not a sign of resistance in America. And if we don't get this right and draw the line, we're going to have more misfires like the one we saw great anatomy star Jesse Williams. Make yesterday Jesse is doing a movie on Emmett till titled till fourteen year. If you don't know until the fourteen year old black man who was murdered in the south on August. Twenty eighth nineteen fifty five for allegedly whistling at a white woman. Well, Jesse Williams decided to complete the two subjects and he had Colin Kaepernick. Make campaign ads with picks materials funeral. Okay. One pick in particular had image. Mom, Amy standing over image casket with the phrase believe. Even something even if it means sacrificing everything Jesse I expect more from from you, my brother. All right. This is the type of tone deafness that happens in a corporate boardroom fuller Caucasians with no diversity insight. I'm meeting manny's was heavy on these memes. Right. I looked at it and say no way Jesse Williams released empties out, but he did in the backlash was swift heavy and deserving so Jesse pulled depicts. All right. First of all Emmett till was not a sacrifice Emmett till was murdered by white supremacists. By races bigot. Cracker ass. Cracker white devils. Okay. He was brutally in unjustly killed. There. Was no sacrifice. Right. His mom didn't want that to happen. Her son wasn't an offering to God are some divine supernatural figure. Okay. Emmett till wasn't killed is a religious sacrifice. So it doesn't even make any sense. But Jesse in his team got caught up in the hype of everybody out here acting like the nyc logo if the equivalent of a Malcolm X, aren't African medallion. All right. You want to make a statement at an award show where an actual arm with captured are black lives matter t shirt, I'll wait until Collins. Actual Nike line drops in with that being your messaging. Okay. Those teams I just named are actual signs of resistance nightclub. Oh is not that. All right. Nyc is a business playing all sides because they understand what we don't. And that is no permanent friends, our enemies in business when I see that in two thousand ten two thousand twelve and two thousand fourteen elections Nike gave hundreds of thousands of dollars the Republicans with seventy six percent sixty nine percent in fifty nine percent of their contributions going to GOP in each those cycles respectively. And when I see almost half of this year donations come from Mike founder, Phil Knight and his wife who have donated at least one point five million to organ Republican candidate named Newt Buhler who supports lower taxes for corporations and wants to end Oregon sanctuary lawful undocumented immigrants. How can you fools act like Nike anything with a corporation who wants to cover all bases? They want all the money. Look, I'm all for supporting progressive companies. But despite the Colin cabinet campaign Nike, so please give everyone acting like Nike is the symbol of resistance in America. The biggest. Going back and forth. But Nick is about this either. All right. Well, thank you for that. Donkey today, sir. Now when we come back, what happened on insecure, insecurity. Well, our Easter Ray has a new man, it's well, I don't know if that's really her boyfriend, but she was dating someone and all of a sudden he went and goes now, we know he's alive and he's around because he's been speaking to lift about an incident that happened when she was driving her lift, but he's not answering her cost you can't find them. So she's got to track him. Well, she doesn't have to check them down. But clearly she wants to. So a lot of things could be happening in community hospital. He can be in jail, but he's talking to lift about the incident that happened in the left. So we know that he's been speaking to someone. He's. Episode when they smash. She was out all day. You know, what I'm saying could add a little older. Could it turn them off? You're saying, but what are some reasons that people go ghost when you've been dating you feel like everything's going? Really? Well, why would a man disappear? First thing that always comes to my head is he's got a family at home. Especially because they didn't know each other that well we use talking about ghost into relationships. All right. I can honestly say in my later discretions in life. My earlier discussion of the faithful black community now that exactly why. Whole.
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"Leader Xtra sports thirteen. Hundred Here's the, one oh, pitch to Tyrone, Taylor. From right hander Trevor Oakes right hander on right hander outside, bowl to sky SOX lead. Four nothing third inning game two, they, won. The first game. Three, two two Swinging amiss, by, Taylor And one Taylor struck out in the first inning Oaks right-back with the over shift on behind him Taylor taps at founded the play two and two Oaks high lake kick delivers row ball third base fielding Torres over hands the I in. Taylor is at number one here on the third Now Christian Beth in court Breath in court doubled to begin that four run Uprising, in the second lifts one into centerfield this time. The right handed batter is running it out center fielder Billy burns coming on makes the catch. Quickly to gone for Trevor Oakes And now Clint Coulter Game in Iowa game two of their doubleheader bottom. Of the sixth inning both teams score two runs in a fifth and. It's tied to Coulter girls want foul into the seats outside the left field line for strike one right hander on right hander once again here Cubs won the first. Game one nothing in the sky SOX by winning game one here and now lead the division by game. And a half Strike one pitch culture swings he gets underneath one and pops it up into. Shallow centerfield burns coming in for, calling and now he's called off the second baseman Lopez who will tuck it away and retire the side altar The second three of three down this time for Trevor Oakes on eight pitches we. Had a to the bottom of the third in the nycacc.
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"And what they started to realize is that when someone is traumatized their brain shifts the wiring from a feeling of safety in the world and a sense of connection to other people to feeling alone walking with a sort of appre premeditated fear that they're not safe something is going to get them and they have to be hyper vigilant then we took that knowledge further into the body because of course when the areas of our brain the emotional part it's it's between the right ear and the right i it's called the limbic system gets activated it connects with our hormone system which sends out the drills in the cortisol and that's our fight flight or freeze hormones so why do we have them well a great survival skill if i saw a sabertooth tiger each you the next time i saw sabertooth tiger i would either run nycacc i would play dead or if i was you know insane enough i try and and five or i would go as they say play dead or go numb and numbness is a big thing behind a lot of trauma now what allows me to do that even if i wanted to fight the tiger the release of adrenals in cortisol do magic things they tighten my muscles so i can run faster they constrict my blood vessels of the tiger bites me i won't bleed as much it make my heart beat faster so i have more energy so in a crisis situation they're fantastic survival but people who have undergone early life trauma envision more many more crises situations than actually exist exact hiber vigilant because the hormones get stuck on high and so when i was working i'm i work with families and addictions and as i was doing the addiction work i started to realize how many people also had these early life traumas and now we're calling it attachment a sense of secure attachment with the caregiver that was taking care of them so they never learned the the tools to sell sued when life can be pretty crummy at times always says baby it's okay mama's there everything's gonna be all right that becomes your own internalised voice.
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"The ninth new york to the nycacc eight five after three and a half hour rain delay cup shut out the pirates seven nothing mike montgomery in the wards with a two hitter anthony rizzo and addison russell provided the condiments nationals blank the orioles six nothing gio gonzalez and sean kelly combined on a seven hitter anthony random with run brought raise outlasted the as one nothing in thirteen innings malik smith with the game winning single rockies edge the giants six five in ten dodgers got by the phillies five four coming back from down four nothing early astra spanked the yankees five to one new york the only team that has not been shut out this season justin verlander came close a leadoff hotdog from greg bird in the seventh the only blemish burland cra at one point one one that's the best in the majors this year mariners sank the rangers two to one marco gonzales didn't allow an earned run for his third starting a row marlins sale past the padres seven to red sox does the blue jays eight to three brewers crush the cardinals eight three tigers tore up the angels nine three indians with the white sox nine six twin stop the royals eight five and the diamondbacks smack the reds twelve to five tater salad for nick ahmed chris owings and john ryan murphy raining in paris for the french open they're still trying to finish up round one we already know venus williams is out if the rain holds off serena williams will make her comeback debut today and in the ncwa lacrosse men's final in foxborough on monday yale down duke thirteen eleven for the bulldogs i national lacrosse title since eighty three that's eighteen eighty three wow that's tuesday sports okay thank you roberts stuff cool the closes relatives no messy monkeys but clean chimps when america in the morning continues foreign early tuesday right after these messages whol all authors page publishing is looking for authors.
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"And the ad council report french nycacc french president emmanuel macron says his country will not give way to the enemies of freedom is valid comes after a man stabbed five people tonight in paris killing one and badly wounding two others police killed the suspect who carried no identification former fbi special agent josh campbell says there's a lot of information investigators are already trying to collect obviously in the wake of an attack like this there's a lot you don't know but as information continues to come in they're going to gather witness testimony they're going to gather information that they may get through their own holdings and then as they dig into this person's life they're going to be gathering information as they look at the social media as they look at his residence and really build out that full picture of who this person is witnesses say the suspect shouted allahu akbar or god is great in arabic again one person is dead four wounded in a knife attack in paris that authorities there are calling terrorism i'm rich johnson and i'm susanna palmer from bloomberg world headquarters republican senators from five states with big solar farms are asking the trump administration to exempt some solar panels from tariffs imposed earlier this year the group of eight senators urged the administration to waive duties on the workhorse of industrial solar panels the seventy to sell fifteen hundred volt panels that are ideal for large ground mounted utility scale projects that's all according to a letter which was tweeted yesterday by the solar energy industries association tesla's engineering chief doug field a senior vice president is taking some time off to recharge this is after ceo and chairman elon musk essentially brushed him aside to take over production responsibilities during the rocky ramp up of the model three sedan a spokesman said an email field is not leaving tesla deutchebanks named aram nyack and mark federa chick as co presidents of the corporate and investment bank this as deutchebanks new leadership team takes shape the two will lead the effort to dramatically exhilarated cost cuts and focus the business on areas of strength that according to a memo to employees by deutsche bank copresident garth ritchie truckers are a hot commodity and delivery and trucking companies are doing whatever they can to make them feel welcome bloomberg's patrice sikora explains some have turned corners of warehouses into break rooms with restrooms coffee bottled water and tv's and shippers are.
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"Have you checked out the newest season of the caliph allies podcast yet it's me angela and call your girlfriend aminata sow for a new season discussing the hustle working towards goals and increasing your financial i q we even bring in some experts and special guests who know all about making the right money moves getting your dallas right doesn't happen overnight but will help you focus on taking your business career relationships and life to the next level new episodes of colorful lives drop every other wednesday and you can join the conversation on twitter and instagram by using the hashtag live colorful don't forget to els at the end of colorful colorful is available and apple podcast soundcloud stitcher or wherever you find jeff nycacc gonna get started i'm sorry we haven't great conversation before the cameras dot rolling john legend is here and we have a special guest host to my garage jazz me we love jasmine from do hugely she costars him i on that show as well do the best i can attainment well we know how it is when you can't tame someone right john you can do what you say and they going to do what they do right into it because we can see that there's been some things and this is happening like as we posted some text messages that you send to him and it was interesting because on the breakfast club i talked about what you tweeted about you know just being responsible about who you say that you support and charlemagne was like well how do we know that he's talking about konya because people just speculated that and why didn't he just text them and you did text to detect them after the fact i tweeted about that stuff first and then on them this morning because i feel like i should talk to him directly and he responded and everybody saw what our conversation.
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"I think any song with her with kazoo works so when i was researching the band hope diamond you've released quite a few albums too i mean that's amazing we'll take him the first one on nycacc on island tackle and the tell you about that because there are three people in the band at the time and those are the three stars orion's belt oh i did not know that name i had to go there was one book in the library that actually had on thing i need a group of three that people have to stop and think about actually people had to stop and think about it too much because i just call it am it it's the fate of clever name to get abbreviated beef yes or as or on rating with lisa says no and then you have dark augury and that one was released in nineteen ninety nine oh and before i go on i found that one of the only on cassette at like how many will know anymore oh i watched a youtube video apparently there's these young kids that play on an eighty show the guy was kind of like interviewing them in china and photos of eighties things like a floppy disk a vhs a hold onto things and they just had no clue what it is awesome apparel dick they were really close on the floppy disk they called it a memory stint and it was a memory stick that went into a camera okay the got the memory part of solely they're on the right block wrong house.