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"Ninety eight seven thirteen thirty K. an SS Danny so let's start with you and statements conflicting statements from the Pentagon so they say in the beginning when the story breaks there there are confusing statements no no it's not advanced stat aerospace's advanced aviation which of course proved to be wrong then the you know they say I'd has nothing to do with the UFO's nothing to do whatsoever of course that was wrong or they say Lou Elizondo never work for a tip and I and we know that was wrong so how do you as a journalist citizen journalists sort this all out I take it with a grain of salt mom and a lot of ways I'm burned out on a lot of the spokespeople statements they weren't involved with the program the reporting that are in and not even objectively the reporting that from what they're told because there's so much as classified and things and they just can't say not only that but people take their statements out of context and kind of run with it and make their own assumptions though ask them a pointed question the answer that specific question and then everyone else who reads the statements kind of takes translates as themselves so is this it is over and over again they're contradicting themselves depending on who you talk to him it's different information and we just can't trust that now people will say picking and choosing with statements I want to believe and and which I don't but you know I wasn't even super excited when they came out and said that the objects in the videos are identified I mean basically everyone's been saying that since they were released they've always been identified so I didn't get extremely you know worked up about that either so we just have to take with a grain of salt and and some of them are are useful but a lot of times are just contradictory and and I don't know if they're actually being dishonest on purpose or if they're just mistaken but there's tons of wrong information coming up through the spokespeople same question for you Joe because I've seen you engage in ongoing friendly chatter with people who are willing to take the word the Pentagon at you literally you know right down to the letter and even though some of those same people have had had leveled accusations that you can never trust him when it comes to your photos you know it's it depends on what what they're saying now obviously I can't I can't prove it what they're saying is not true I'm I'm using my judgment so a lot with look Elizondo if if what the Pentagon is saying you know the more we sold on the was never party had no role in a step and animated didn't study you off then we didn't release the videos and then I was on those saying completely the opposite from what I've heard from Elizondo I have not sell the of life to us and that's my personal judgment I've listened to all is in interviews I transcribe his lectures so and and he's not saying people like well he's you know he may be lying about this is that I'm like what is she saying that controversial for us in the UFO community he's saying there are objects that are interacting with our military and have been for a while and there are unknown origin we don't know where they're from and they're doing making these amazing maneuvers that at this time we can't do that's basically what he says that's not controversial for us it may be controversial I agree food I mainstream agree and but the people to your foes especially that's with not so you know and it still bugs me for to me this day and I I take don't his understand war and how and I don't think the the tier Pentagon times spokesman as much like as then I love I don't that think article they're I don't lying understand I how just they think could not they're being get the side cost incorrect of angle information of the story it's for the whatever it's such reason a big I mean we've part heard of the story which Albano we can talk has about said later that about how it started it could and get ugly if you know you know is a certain that I'm things baffled happen people I I take I I shots I don't at understand him as far it as verbal shots and make him look like he's not a telling lot of the the truth and and folks I see a who little do this of that do the same thing you do so yeah I'm using don't my take judgment the time I can't to prove get that it right you know I can't and they prove that he ran they pick out of position a tip I see and they stick other to people it who regardless say we of whether I reported they're right or to wrong him and in the face and of we hear what he has counter to say information and I have not Joe I don't I don't I have any see doubts you about and that Danny I so I'm not on you know social I guess that media it's it's all the more time of a judgement all close thing up for and get me off I I and the other I can't the other people get that don't sucked want into that to believe because him I'm trying to there are reasons that we've talked I cover about a lot other bases whether it's but jealousy you guys they're are not on their part of the story they're in not these getting intricate their interviews that they back will on and it forth arguments so I really battles at you know war I'm so I'm siding Armageddon with Lou here what with I all I the other I people I who like stake you out a to different share position with me what you think who just the conspiracy aren't as solid angle is as you because are I don't understand in it so in backing for things Lou up to come Joe out first for a you tip to talk be some about kind some of a of camel those battles Fleischer why you're willing a to go distraction to the mat or I something I saw your on there what is this the evening theory on why yeah can the I you Pentagon know with the gamble and Lou with would the gamble be you a file participating we this have gigantic Sharad we have do a pilot not only women fooled actually eighteen the public Pat Ryan and the media graves we have Danny but also a call lied and another to Congress pilot we have the experts in from these the closed unidentified door briefing Chris so cook what a what top what is pilot the ultimate name my what's the the aviation scenario that would consultant in and under which the two that pilots could make sense that Joe were on do you know unidentified I the I voices think we have not the most seen popular yet conspiracy all right all of them are is baffled with what this the gables technology doing they don't is know ours how it's flying and it's something that never they seen want before to make our adversaries well we have somebody think else it's who's your on another foes show a TV the throw show comes them on off and the says trail that the that's stealth that's drone the most popular I'm like so and you it's know not more than the these crazy other guys conspiracy like yep theory I do the crazy so it's conspiracy like theory that kind in of my thing opinion it's like and and is at that it's all point it's I'll all just some let sort it go of there's C. no I. arguing A. op with somebody like that the really really nasty so CIA it's just out to trick and the us whole and I really the thing don't would know read Harry what the Reid end was game another would be exonerate there you know I've never gotten right anybody from the very that beginning okay you know for what purpose he's got a so he's not a you to will me fall the only fishing or not the only he's fear not I've committed I've it heard strikes is me that interested it's it's in your our fault technology well the person had never and they're trying spoken to cover to senator it up Reid and I was by just saying like it's how your would fault you say which that to me you makes know no sense and at then all you because came along he's we wouldn't told even the whole have story known about this stuff so it's like if little it things wasn't like that and if it's a lot if none of there's of the a lot stuff came of stuff out sales like that they on need the never to point came out out it exceeds that it's part just of that the simple conspiracy you is know that's part speculation of the whole thing why on their hasn't part come out you know about I it can I didn't I couldn't know about prove the time the gamble I didn't that know about senator the check Reid back was I into didn't your know about balls the go but fast obviously so is this is this not an this insane would have ever person happened was also saying so for well me that I conspiracy don't even think makes the program no sense at study all your focus Danny is a politician same question they lie and I'm like so you know how how do senator you separate is making the up a fact story from that fiction he in funded dealing with to you the stuff of all from program where do you for what what do you think purpose the possible can you just motive explain could be to me for a why grand conspiracy somebody would lie about that it makes no sense at all like you said especially the number since the of conspiracy subject of is controversy definitely on now that it somehow so this black is like some budgets of the things we've gotten technology into that they're trying to cover up and Danny I you that posted an is article basically that we it I think for put the government on the coast angle to coast and website then last you know there's week it's kind a of lot an example more conspiracies of the things he that went you over do I'm you you pulled the first together to a couple a whole hours bunch of of different Peter live threads and us a as looking far as at metamaterials to the stars you know and people that have they're in spoken it for about the money him share with even us though what a lot that of story these guys was are already what the inspiration well to do coming was into for it it and how you got it and that there's some sort of a techno scam that's unfortunate I just don't see it and in a lot of ways and you know the other conspiracy now is that there were having the crater was army but these guys the patriots and you know if they're going to help the army get you know better camouflage for some of the vehicles they're going to do it they want to bring the troops home and and help America and if and if they're not helping the United States will then you know other countries are gonna be trying to figure that out of the stuff anyways those kind of part of the reason I wrote the last article is you know I have my own questions because if there's so many people come claiming that the you know the government has your phone to bring then why do they need the UFO debris from from to the stars and I think that's a legitimate question that people are bringing up also but you know the way I understand it is may be to the stars hasn't access to more pieces than the government would have and maybe you know there's a lot of people to say not all the best scientists are always with the government despite what we think sometimes a lot of them are in private industry so this is a way for the army to get with some of these scientists that they're not used to working with them and and find some answers so yeah give me the significance of the army signing an agreement with TT essay and then making it public I guess they could have done it without making it public or keeping it little bit more of a low profile but the fact that they announced it and defended it you've reported on that share with you our audience who might not be familiar with the details.

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"Ninety eight seven thirteen thirty K. an SS. welcome back to coast to coast up shot stick with us from study so let's clear up a misconception too because there are some people who believe that said he does not believe that there's extraterrestrial intelligence out there what how well that it would certainly be news to the people that work there yes. I mean that's in the name search for extraterrestrial intelligence or sandy obviously we think that there there there must be I mean you know science isn't really so much about what you believe to be true but it does require that you at least think it might be true because otherwise you won't do any experiments and that's what said he's really about well and I think because the organization as a whole doesn't believe we've been visited by the keys some people get that miss great misconception yeah that's an important distinction I mean it's one thing to think that there's a might be life out there and keep in mind there's plenty of house they're out there you know like a trillion planets in the Milky Way two trillion other galaxies we can see you to the trillion planets now that's a that's a considerable amount of real estate and so we think it's only reasonable to assume that some of it is populated but to say that there's no visitors to earth that's a different story and that requires a different kind of experiment in a different set of facts which kind of leads us to these videos from these maybe for aircraft chasing these objects whatever they may be what's your take on that yeah right well there was a story what is a week or two ago in which the navy confirmed that the videos were legit yes and I think that a lot of people sort of look at that story and thought okay what the navy is saying is that these these are you know not give UFOs but there if you will hi a photo identified that there obviously you know some sort of alien craft and I don't think the navy was saying that at all it was just saying yup the videos are legit well okay that's like saying I don't know here's a crime scene in Ewing we could we would we lifted the fingerprints and by the way these fingerprints are legit okay fine but that's not the question you want answered the question you want answered is well fingerprints are the eight in the case of the navy videos what you want to know is so what the heck are these things that you see in the video what do you think they are good because clearly they were chasing something that they couldn't catch well they they do. catch up to it that's true now we're one story that I heard I mean you know the fact that these these little pick pack things I think most people know what I'm talking about the sort of dark keynotes in the center of the frame of the videos. looks mean right that that that's what you see there called tech tech videos I think one of the navy pilot said they had the shape of the take pack a little little myths. yes that will give us sort of pinched in the middle really more like a peanut I guess but in any case first off the cameras that make these things our infrared cameras so they're sensitive to heat and you know something is hot it will appear dark in the image okay so whatever the thing is he with those dark I mean because it was hot and so you know one possibility that was suggested to me by a military pilot was that look you're just following a plane that's maybe a couple miles ahead of the jet and you're just looking into the tailpipes of the the two jet engines on that plane and of course they're very hot and that's what it looks like okay that could be maybe that's true maybe that's not true but it certainly would explain what you see the other possibilities are no defects in the camera systems and so forth and so on some people that connected with the navy actually suggested that that might be at the office said maybe drones so they're all these things out there now if the you know the answer were obvious if the answer were clear cut we probably wouldn't be having this discussion because people would know but you know it's it's it's obviously a bit more subtle but there's nothing in those videos that says to me man near the the cling ons and they're visiting us. three of the pilots were baffled it was obvious it where they were and they weren't I mean the pilots who shot the video is yes but the the the part one pilot the one who was I think the one flying off of San Diego the Hughes was known to be a a fan of the idea of visitation and when he got back to the ship the prince then I guess it was you know the the other guys kinda laughed at him because he said I saw the you know the aliens or something like that so he was known to be partial to that idea now course that doesn't prove anything one way or the other but it does suggest that there may be some subjectivity here I think it's worth pointing out that this project which ran for five years you know it was a secret Pentagon project which I find rather interesting they kept it secret but they also shut it down and it seems to me that if they had evidence of aliens visiting I mean call me naive but I I don't know that they would have shut it down. now I gotta tell you south in your opinion what do you think these objects could be if you had to speculate well could they be from here from here I'm sorry could they be earth bound yeah of course they could be in fact I I suspect they are up and then this next yes mean that will antagonize allowed a listener so I hope will you know get off their chairs and you know start typing furiously into some computer somewhere and you know tell me what for but it's it's to me no proof of any extraterrestrial origin one about them suggested direction press the obvious you don't see any detail on these things it isn't that they have going on lettering on the side or rivets or anything like that and some people say yeah but the maneuvering of these things was so quick you know they they sort of leapt out of the frame so quickly that you know that couldn't be done by any aircraft because they're moving no tens of thousands of miles per hour or something like that that you know the only way you can tell the speed of something they say that they're moving it tends of thousands of miles per hour whatever you're going to say the only way you can do that is if you know how far away it is right yeah because if you don't you know a burden from if you will seemed to move very quickly even though the birds not really moving all that faster a bug yeah so since you don't know how far away this thing is you really can't say anything about how fast it's been them the neutering there so tell us a little bit about the tech technological advances of seti you will have the Paul Allen array of course of telescopes and everything else and Paul of course he is passed on are you died about a year ago it any yet yes yes that was that was that too was very sad actually I you know he had developed Hodgkin's disease when he was considerably younger and on that basis he actually said goodbye to Bill Gates and you know he was a co founder of Microsoft and he went and did his own thing for awhile. but then the Hodge kins disease went into remission and so I don't know the people outside of his inner circle knew that he'd gotten sick again so that was a bit of a surprise but the Allen telescope array is very much there and thanks to the generosity of the one of the founders of qual com Franklin Antonio he's also the chief scientist there a down in the San Diego area he has given some money to build new receivers low noise receivers which is a very sensitive receivers for the Allen telescope array in it will increase the sensitivity by maybe a factor of two depends on the frequency and also they will increase the ability to look at different spots on the radio dial now you might say well factor to does that matter well it does because if it's a factor too then you can get you know what is it like six or seven times as much space sample. at any given sensitive you so it's a big step forward how many employees with city well the study institute now has a hundred scientists lets your tastic but you should know that ninety five percent of them are doing what's called astrobiology they're not doing city and the problem with that is there's no money to be honest at that it's kind of a you know not funded by NASA anymore no has been funded by NASA since nineteen ninety three oh my gosh yeah yeah in the great benefactors like Paul Allen have passed on well that's right and bill Hewlett and Dave Packard in a Gordon Moore is getting some money in the early days I mean that's that's the fundamental problem with say there's not very much money the folks at the university of California Berkeley do have some money thanks to the generosity of a fellow by the name of Yuri Miller but for the rest city coming said he's totally funded by private donations in this country and it's not being done by other countries at the moment so it's a it's a kind of a depressing thing in a way and to talk about money doesn't interest anybody but on the other hand here you have finally the science and the astronomy if you will that technology to you know maybe find the aliens and it's such a shame not to try because it would be so incredibly interesting it sure would it sure would and if if you hear signals course you've been hearing some signals a strange bursts coming from all over the place lately what's going on there yeah they're called fast radio births because they're fast and they're in the radio and the like birth the astronomers incredibly imaginative when it comes to naming anything but the fax fax three overs they were actually discovered by a fellow by the name of Duncan Larmer Canada right well no he was actually in West Virginia but a lot of those reasons you know examples of fast rivers are being found in Canada about thirty miles north of the U. S. border him with a telescope called ch'an. I mean it's a very tortured acronyms Kaneka Canadian hydrogen high intensity mapping for the experimenters something like that but it's this big antenna they look like a bunch of scoops laid out on the ground in a couple of football fields in size and it turns out he was built to do astronomy but it turns out it's excellent for finding the faster you burst and something like several dozen of them have been found and what they.

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"Ninety eight seven thirteen thirty K. an SS. welcome back George nor with you Michael fitzhugh bell with us and your calls Michael what might be the symptoms or signs that this is happened to somebody so they know what's going on. well it's different for everyone each person is kind of like a snow flake or a fingerprint not respect but there are some general things to be aware of the electronic sleep deprivation being just as you're dropping off to sleep getting a powerful jolt electronic jolt that's not normal that's not natural mood alteration urgent options mid perhaps even memories logging you you may think of like you may be sitting in a chair I I need to get something. and then when you get to that where we want to get you what did I come here for you your short term memory is completely diminished while the also the the dream manipulation these are a natural on normal these are just completely scripted manipulated dreams that you will experience over and over once you start getting those dreams your regular rapid online movie dreams will return that I'm aware of I'm I mean I hope for some people that they're able to get out of the program but I've never heard of someone that hatch I I would like to find out how and that's part of the reason why I have done my research and diet going to such great lengths to expose this is to hopefully get out of the program that's my goal. he becomes you know I I I was a writer and a screenwriter and then I had to use my writing skills to try to expose the world's biggest crime the world's most advanced weapons system were you in any shows that the we might know about. as a writer I worked on shows I worked on shows in in Hollywood as a location catering chef but I also worked with some I worked on I worked with some of the writers teams giving them ideas and some dishes some of the some of the shows that I worked on where let's see I worked on a couple of series thank that are our older series I worked on I did work on a couple of episodes of the axe files I did work on I worked on a couple of big movies. and they had a couple of HBO series but. just for ideas not really not really doing the writing but just giving ideas but it was a step in the right direction and that's where I was going when this happened to me I was just getting my foot in the door when I became yeah the end there is that much everything stop these tracking devices or implants that are in you can you have them taken out and removed. you can buy it's difficult to because as I as I said before that the the medical community is involved with this law enforcement and the government so it's difficult you may find the doctor like I did and I did have one removed from my jaw but and it should have been mine too cheap but when I went back to have the extraction the doctor wouldn't allow me to keep it although I did photograph it and photographs of it are are in my first book and anyone who knows anything about implants or advanced nanotechnology could see that this is one of those devices I at least got that that those photographs but I wasn't allowed to keep it for yeah reasons because then the crime would be exposed and I mean also to you have to imagine too if someone's able to to. actually proved their clothing I mean the. the compensation that would be that would be. been to a person would be and just for one person if this is proved if you're able to have the device is removed some people have had them removed but if you were able to prove that you're talking about a lawsuit in the billions of dollars for one person absolutely you you you can see hello if it's a couple of billion dollars for one person hello they really can't afford to let this cat out of the bag because if they do it would break the government just the pay outs alone and then of course the betrayal and the anger from the people it and so now so for the for those reasons they'll go to any lengths to cover the crime and any expense no expense is too great to cover the crime. all we know in the fifties that they did biological testing over people of Saint Louis in Saint Louis and also sailors on a ship. well now this is this is what what was just released I don't know if you if you saw this but just last month DARPA advise your revealed that conscious Hey are super computers. can be used for mind control also that this is also revealed in his report this is not this is not science fiction this is not a conspiracy theory when they when the information is being made public the use of narrow interfacing digital logical interpretation all this transpired strange words from drawing board to reality they'll be MRG researchers created an aerosol spray loaded with Nero nanobots or sell strollers robots we can penetrate all but the most robust. bill church bio biochemical filters that are able to integrate themselves into a variety of member eight years knows I should know and be accomplished on such a level that their presence is almost impossible to detect genero humanity is on the verge of an unprecedented merging of human biology with advanced technology more machine than man and due to the immense volume of data to and from human brains and the cloud may likely required the use of supercomputers with artificial intelligence algorithms and then these devices would then wirelessly be able to transmit encoded information to and from a cloud based supercomputer network for real time brain state monitoring and data extraction linking brains to machines and creating machine brains the ultimate aim would be to.

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"Ninety eight seven thirteen thirty K. N. as a. thank you John said Woodward eight thirty now here on this Wednesday morning and seventy degrees more information now about how the Odessa Texas shooter got the powerful weapon he used to kill and injure bystanders last weekend a police official said the gunman took part in a private sale to get the A. R. style weapon he used to kill seven people in one twenty two more avoiding business with a licensed gun dealer also allowed him to get around the federal background check and a TF official did say the shooter tried to legally get a gun but failed the federal screening police now say the denial was due to a mental health issue the shooting began after the gunman was fired from his job police eventually cornered the man outside in Odessa movie theater he fired a cop's wounding two of them before he was shot and killed going all Scott fox news. orders in you'd never jetted to bond issues that would have provided school improvements as well as a new school building the first issue failed by a margin of three thousand three hundred fifty nine yes votes to four thousand forty no votes the proposal would have updated security and remodeling it due to schools okay is and you spoke with Newton superintendent Dr Deborah ham I know what the needs are in the district these are not needs that are going to go away. and it will be at least a couple of more years before the district can move forward the second issue failed with three to a two thousand three hundred eighty eight yes votes to four thousand nine hundred eighty six no votes this proposal would have added a new K. through twelve K. through six school south of highway fifty if passed the proposals would have cost the city and taxpayers over eighty five million dollars volunteers from the Wichita area are already in place on the east coast ready to help provide aid to residents impacted by hurricane Dorian red cross volunteer Gerry Connors is a retired battalion chief with the Newton fire department and paramedic he's currently in North Carolina and tells chaos and news he's setting up with a mass response team to do whatever they can following the storm bill all call their pharmacy and we'll get them fair held I'll go pick him up will pay for them you know for the client and and so we do a lot of that Wichita fire department is also sent a search and rescue team along with the canine unit and a communications vehicle to help coordinate the efforts Dan o'neill Hey an SS news the Wichita city council has amended several city traffic code ordinances the director of parks and rec and what your job police chief canal give permission to others to legally operate golf carts on bike paths in city parks and along the river drivers in Wichita now will have to present their license to an officer upon demand not merely show it another update pertains to how much window ten teen a car owner may legally have Jan German with the city's law department explain why which John made all these changes every year we have a number of ordinances.

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"Show the C. Stevens had a ninety eight seven thirteen thirty K. N. as a Steve I conducted Woodward six thirty now sixty three degrees a building fire near downtown Wichita cause problems for some drivers this happened Tuesday afternoon in the eleven hundred block of east central between Washington and I one thirty five fire crews found the blaze burning in the north part of the structure it was quickly brought under control there were no injuries cause of that fire is under investigation some state attorneys general want to end the deferred action for childhood arrivals also known as Dr Eric Schmidt along with eleven other attorneys general and the governor of Mississippi filed a legal brief on Tuesday urging the US Supreme Court to wind down the program which was intended to protect children brought into the U. S. unlawfully Smith says it was not legally created our view is pretty simple Congress under the constitution rights immigration law and only Congress can change immigration law unfortunately that's not what's happened I think because of the emotions in this debate US Supreme Court will hear oral arguments on November twelfth Dan o'neill K. an SS news just as hurricane season wraps up the trump administration is shifting hundreds of billions of dollars away from FEMA and the Coast Guard the department of homeland security's moving two hundred seventy one million dollars from agencies like the Coast Guard and the Federal Emergency Management Agency that money going to pay for more beds for detain migrants in to enforce a new rule that keeps asylum seekers in Mexico while their cases play out the Coast Guard in femara umbrella under DHS and it's not unusual for money to be transfer between agencies but as tropical storm Dorian heads towards the U. S. mainland and residents may need famous help house speaker Nancy Pelosi calls the money transfer stunningly reckless in Washington Jill NATO fox news the president is lashing out at the central bank again with the skating tweet fox's Mike Emmanuel reports the president continues taking aim at a familiar target the Federer irv loves watching our manufacturer struggle with their exports to the benefit of other parts of the world has anyone looked at what almost all other countries are doing to take advantage of the good old USA are fed is been calling it wrong for too long but some critics say it is the president who is causing the pain the statement from the fed says quote the federal reserve's policy decisions are guided solely by its congressional mandate to maintain price stability and maximum employment political considerations play absolutely no role the company that administers a college entrance exam is replacing the score that factored into students background the College Board announcing several changes to the so called adversity score renaming it landscape it will now provide a series of reference points like whether the applicant's high school is in a rural suburban or urban location and the size of the senior class and college admissions officers will also see a range of scores at the school to show where the potential student falls the creation of the adversity score wasn't knowledge meant by colleges and universities of unequal access to high priced tutors and courses for application with the means to pay for them with many schools including elite ones now becoming test optional Liselotte Sarah fox news the personal finance website wallet hub released its list of twenty nineteen hardest working states wallet hub analysts Julian's all is this Candace did fairly well coming in at number thirteen on the list especially when it comes to your direct work factors so things like the average work week tends to be a lot longer in Kansas employment rate is very high a lot of workers leaving vacation time on you so this may be better news for bosses than for employees in Dallas as many rural states do well on this list can assist you time now six thirty three let's.

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"Show the C. Stevens had a ninety eight seven thirteen thirty K. N. as a good morning thank you Ted Woodward seventy two degrees right now the high today of ninety one expected yesterday was the first full day of classes for Wichita public and Catholic schools USD two five nine spokesperson Susan our incident reminds drivers about safety for students we really want to emphasize the slowing down for school buses but also be aware if you live near a school there's going to be traffic that picks up as parents are dropping the kiddos often picking them up and kids are walking to school so just be aware of your surroundings because you're going to see a lot more can I was in the neighborhood and we want to keep them safe which was the largest school district in Kansas with more than fifty thousand students police in Kansas city Kansas say a child shot while riding in the back of a vehicle has died a man who was in the backseat was in serious but stable condition after also being shot Tuesday their ages and names of not been released to the Kansas city star reports the man told police at the people he did not know fired at their car from another vehicle just a few days into the probe of Jeffrey EPS dean's prison suicide and some deficiencies are already uncovered the tomb guards tasked with watching his unit are suspected of falsifying log entries to show they were checking on abstain every thirty minutes but instead the Associated Press reports the pair had fallen asleep leaving him unattended for several hours it was during that time as he reportedly tied a bed sheet around his neck committing suicide early Saturday morning both employees have been placed on administrative leave meantime a U. S. scenic user just filed a civil suit Wednesday Jennifer arose says he raped her when she was fourteen and fifteen she names as a state and three members of his staff who she calls enablers as well as his former girlfriend Ghislaine Maxwell in New York Brian yes fox news the true feelings of a white Mississippi sheriff toward minorities may have just been revealed the exchange between Lee County sheriff Jim Johnson County supervisor Phil Morgan took place and twenty seventeen both men are white they texted back and forth about their frustration over opposition to a new jail complaining specifically about state Rep Shayna Garay Bruce's panic with Johnson saying quote he's worse than a black person you're not going to please him the text was published by the northeast Mississippi daily journal after the paper made a public records request Johnson says he was aggravated but should not have mentioned race timer gaudy fox news colonel Roy night of mill sept Texas was killed during the Vietnam War in may of nineteen sixty seven he was listed as missing in action but last week his remains went home to Texas and brought an entire airport terminal to a standstill after he was shot down in combat his body was never found but earlier their sheer Millsap son Southwest Airlines captain Brian knight learned that his father's remains had been identified captain night was only five when his father left to fight in Vietnam he was able to arrange for and the pilot the flight that brought his father's remains home fifty two years later as the plane landed travelers at Dallas love field airport in Texas were able to witness the emotional moment the crowd remains silent as a casket draped an American flag was unloaded at met by people who appeared to be colonel ice family and a military guard an intercom announcement from the gate shared with the terminal that the incoming plane was carrying the remains of colonel white knight a recipient of the distinguished airforce cross mites remains had been identified by the defense POW MIA accounting agency in February this salute to service is brought to you by Jimmy's family diner a Wichita tradition since.

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14:11 min | 1 year ago

"ninety eight seven thirteen thirty k" Discussed on KNSS

"Ninety eight seven thirteen thirty K. an SS I had to go find the page Joe because I just wanted to make sure that I'd flesh that out properly what your dad tore up when you were failing school when you were failing schools because they never took you to an optometrist and you were near sighted and you couldn't see the black pool and so you were doing well because you need glasses so he tore up the full runs of the amazing spider man the Fantastic Four the incredible hulk Iron Man flash green lantern lantern and Superman form all into confetti and what what do you estimate the value of those comics would be today well over a hundred thousand dollars a lot more than that and parenthetical I had a revelation a moment ago tell me yet as as it done the evening together you and I having our conversation David bumpers of songs about Superman over to man appears yes and and you mentioned the universality of Superman character I can't remember the last time I heard this one about the flash no green lantern in America but time after time appears in the fall yeah if you don't think the universality of the characters in the sunshine Superman by Donovan he the only two characters he mentions are Superman and green lantern and I think I always thought that was kind of weird because like green lantern does nothing I mean not to my mind anyway so is it that's the only two that he puts an alert I didn't play that bumper tonight but he prefers to sunshine Superman and green lantern and I'm like okay well he was being kind to green lantern I think so it is an elevation but you were saying and I I what and we've got the phones and people are calling it's wonderful but let me just so finish that thought though because you your father said you know you're never going to make a living out this crap and you do and so you've give you were given some very specific honors with in the comic book universe such as when DC called and then we got to the top of the hour yeah and and they said we want to reinvent Superman for new generation so there I am having grown up sort of imprinting on Superman then turning around the same if I was like it's a command now how would that be and then the chance to go full circle and that was just phenomenal that collect and inadmissible two days ago I was in Chicago at the American writers museum and they had Jerry Siegel's typewriter there and I got to type and Jerry Siegel and the linkage the cycle of life is now closed oh yeah oh yeah that's amazing I thank the typewriters are very tactile you know in a very in a way that that laptops art because you have to then you were talking about you when you're typewriters were you your letter like healthy the key to get it to to go up these old to get at there's something about its it's percussive it's so much more like playing an instrument almost or that is yeah if you like playing BB king's guitar or something I think well we've got Stephen North Carolina on a wildcard line for J. Michael Straczynski on coast to coast AM Steve thank you Sir and it's far out I hope that you will let me go back to your child to the college that that struck a chord with many porn you wish talking about the fines if you're dead the thank you did the option about try to to get away from his name a lot now or not what severity thank thank it's not bad for their first night he he was a church for the wizards deaconess church but when he came home he was it's doubtful yeah and one member out garbage it's the eight way out one night and then the next day was Sunday morning and we had to get it for you mileage black and he was put in this a little tiny poor but I still remember like it was just like it was put this by Allison Morrow Hey it's how can I make all calmly says yeah well we'll get to church today you I asked you about your black he felt that out right recalling buying there for hello six it's gonna be a war if you got the first sure it's so important to the guys like this to maintain the appearance of normalcy that they are a good father Sydney teach you to lie and and to the they can cover up to stop it's all about their personal appearance thing about notice this goes back to your to be talking about the site yourself there's a lot of coverage of the the biography coming out in New York times Wall Street journal Entertainment Weekly Washington post and then lots lots reviews and I've heard I would like from a lot of the reporters who covered the book as yourself who said it there's lots of books about you know father daughter the issue is the mother daughter mother son with a lot of a father son problems always taught as you were taught say that everything's fine everything's good no problem you copy your softball and fishing and like to talk to tell the truth about dad is like the last taboo yeah and I think that the conversation we're having now is that you share it as well I think it's important habitation to have in the more that we can loosen up that taboo in in just just talk about the reality of the good the bad of it need my help other people the future from not having to do what deal with what you have to deal with it if you're very brave in that way the same way mention last night with the Diane lake who had was snake in in the Manson family what would she even by the way gets a portrayal in the new Clinton Tarantino movie they have a woman playing her and I I think it's kind of the same it's just this moment of bravery I mean the things she admits to doing in the book are just so horrendous but we're only as sick as our secrets and if you if you can get him out get a monthly open you know that so that they they crumble like a vampire at dawn I think or at least they start to it may take awhile up Brent is in Sherman oaks on coast to coast AM for J. Michael Straczynski go ahead Brent Hey can you hear me you're just fine okay great so I'm a writer myself I live in Los Angeles and about ten years ago or so I I sold a major cigarette Warner brothers it was that a DC property and then you would instantly recognize it didn't get made and we actually got a lot of activity around then we got a great agent and you almost got another movie made the came within a hair's breadth and it at the last second and then the economy crashed and we couldn't get work my right her I couldn't get work I end up going into corporate finance these kind of where I am now and I have been feeling sorry for myself because I I also do some other things and I don't really have the time to write anymore and I I just think five myself and the conversation tonight has really been inspiring to me I just wanted to thank you for it I just bought the audio version of super of upcoming Superman because I don't have time to actually read books with that I'd get a book it has to the audio book but wanted to thank you for your story and and tell you that they're very inspiring to midnight well thank you and I do hope you find time to to continue with the writing there's always someone to say you know there isn't time for you it makes the time for you to get up early or staying up late we we can do the problem is we we we fall asleep on our own lives we are working is finance or operations and you fall asleep in your life to something happens to wake you up the diet it's some wedding it's a good it's a death is a diagnosis of bike most solely for the first time you're actually wait and you can look at your life and say is this what I really want to be doing and if it is your heart says I wanna write make a time even though it is like ten pages a week OR one page a day you are one teacher day that's two screenplays in the year that's most of the book and don't don't lose you don't lose any of that it makes you passionate and happy as kids we all don't spontaneously sing dance told stories of the call someone else show gold says don't do that you're bashing yourself with someone else that we unlearn our passions in corporate life can easily make you on learn your passions as well as anything else and hold on to that because you want to get age eighty look back at your life the catalog of missed opportunities keep fighting thanks to cover take time and having my head and I really appreciate your words thank you so much thank you in Nancy is in Victorville California on coast to coast AM Nancy okay I'm excited to talk to you view well last it's sad of coast to coast and you in my all time science fiction show where the Babylon five and I've watched them all I'm a big sci fi fan and always have been and but I have this question about this one character I think it was he I don't know where that right about that actually he was quite tension had a personality but he had to wear this matter units you know covering because he had to bring the atmosphere in order to be on the station there recognize that character what I'm describing I yes I was cautioned I wanted to play with the notion that you'll not everyone comes within Karen fireman Billy come from not everyone comes to me oxygen breathing environment and in the case of Kash the there than meddling genetically with our our past than a lot of other species lots of the world on and on the other solar systems to Sir terra form our our our personalities are our dreams and when they are revealed everyone sees them differently as something from there all we said angel jock being soliciting was this for granted that these so we had to hide inside that this encounter suit that will allow him to interact with us without tipping off we really was you go Eric has a favorite character or or maybe I'm putting words in his mouth in Austin on coast to coast AM east of the Rockies for J. Michael Straczynski Eric yes he and thank you for taking my call today Michael thank you so much for all your work and your inspiration man it is totally awesome what you do yeah I've got a couple of questions actually they can relate to each other and one is this first of all I love the violence that you put in to bat want five specifically Mister Borden and Mister Bester and they are so dimensional and the fact that it just makes you love them because look at that reflects the shadow side of yourself and what I wanted to know is is that do those characters kind of come from the shadow side of your life did you come to use that this kind of the therapy your or at least a a cathartic tool to work through some of the shadows that you went through not necessarily I mean the the I always try to make the characters they were their own thing without necessarily being a reflection of my own personal past but that being said as you pursue single out the reason that so many of our our antagonists on Babylon five work well the technique I use called turning your head around so all right script we we have in the bag I interests that Mister best or someone else and then I get done with that I go back to the beginning I write this okay let's say just for a moment that in this version of the show **** the good guy he's the hero of the show and what else would being annoying and how when I write his character differently knowing that and it is Raleigh heroes of our own narrative the monster never sees a monster in the mirror so by were to turn my head around I couldn't make him work for three D. in fact what we have is you have one episode which was done entirely from the five core point of view as if they were the heroes we change opening opening sequence we change the logo and showed it that he's a good guy and the guy from Alabama being decent going broke people so I think it's important whatever creating an antagonist to India to use them with the a route well rounded personality not just be a mustache twirling that guy.

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"Which one talk ninety eight seven thirteen thirty K. an SS welcome back to coast to coast the Marcia DA who is known as the witch of the dawn of practicing which and scholar bell comedian called war after completing her bachelor's degree in biochemistry she studied oriental medicine and acupuncture and later earned a master's degree in transformational psychology with a focus on shamanism the teaching and the ancestors of the ancient times March you're welcome back thanks for having me back storage my pleasure have you been I think great how bout yourself everything's good everything's good in your writing still and keeping busy are true I never stop writing I'm a weirdo nothing wrong with that witchcraft tell me a little bit about how you got involved in this yes for me my involvement with witchcraft started very young I was a teenager about fourteen years old and I grew up on an island that was around in nature so I very much spent a lot of time in the woods and in the nature but I was very attracted to pagan philosophy is when I started reading about them because they just made a lot of sense to me since I was so much emerge immersed in the nature and when you started dabbling in it yeah a guess you felt you like to call I did it it made a lot of sense to me I found out that it was something that was a real wasn't something that I had to play the kind of faith or beliefs and I could see it happening in the natural world and you can just do magic you don't have to believe in it at all it just kind of happens when you do it why does the word witch craft seem to have that scary connotation I think that's a lot of taboo and a lot of the persecution that it happened to paganism from primarily the Christian and Jewish cultures which is something I talk about a little bit in the book in fact even familiar cat were persecuted up all over the place through history just because of the taboo nature of witchcraft so it had a lot of replications for those kind of negative affiliations with the word especially black cats I guess exactly black cat may have really gotten a thinker put on and the bad well they really have you know when the you know if they cross in front of you or anything like that you're supposed to panic and you know what all should in row thirteen nine these superstitions bother me well you know those superstition we're actually based on a real event of the origin of the black cat being dangerous come from Egypt and I talk in a book about how in ancient Egypt basically everyone cat chat and a lot of black cat to worship the goddess back I don't know if you're familiar with her but she's usually pictured as a woman with a cat head and then when Christianity came in the best way they could tell a pagan was worshipping bath was they had a cat so you were immediately murdered if you are found with a black cat yeah yes so that's why they were considered unlucky because they would literally drawn negative attention to you from and birth you don't my daughter was in Salem Massachusetts this week on business and she was talking about the the you know how that place was full of witches and all the burden upon the steak and stuff do they kind of hide that they're not our do they still boast about what they did well I think it's gotten kind of exploitative be here now they use it as almost like a tourist attraction now we burn the which is here I now it's kind of quite a statement well when you hear the word which what does that mean to you a practicing witch that's a good question to me personally it means knowledge or wisdom and that's that the etymology of the word comes from the why or why then and it really means companies just want to know or is kind of obsessed about finding out knowledge I'm sort of a nerd so for me which is kind of like Hermione Granger from Harry potter it's just someone who really needs to know act in information and find things out about how they work I don't you you mentioned Waco much the you don't practice out wanted distinction so I feel like some people that's a good question to you I feel like weka does encompass a certain set of practices a lot of those are more like bell crap for me which is a little bigger than just wake us so I would put weight yeah as I said at of which but for me personally I think which is more of like an all inclusive nature worship a bit more like paganism the larger when we deal with the magic in different things and we'll get into spells and things like that and the second with you but when we talk about magic what's it what's a good definition for that sure I like to think of magic as per section I always talk about it in terms of a rainbow this is my favorite because a rainbow is always there in the tiny but you can only perceive it when the sunlight and water create a certain condition so I feel like magic is very much the same were all those magical things are always there but and let you raise your perception and awareness you won't even notice them so for me the most magical beings are more like something that revealed or kind of comes out from behind the scenes the little hidden part of reality the you become aware of through paying attention mostly what are some of the things people can do with magic with the magic you can do a lot of things once your awareness raises to that perception you start we'll see how the world works how nature works and how there's cycles and patterns the ones you can see cycles and patterns you can kind of know how things are going to go so there's a lot of ability to see the future you can see how people are gonna act you can see how they're going to be a you can come yeah and there are can win lose and you know but we might have to call you back on your cell phone you still there yeah we're losing her so Gina let's caller on the cell phone if you would and I will get a better connection with mahjong wherever she may be we might have to get her to a new phone if we can if not we'll do well open lines folks I think we can sell verdure pretty quickly if we have to but the if not the logo to ankle lines for the rest of the show because you there's nothing wrong with the open lines here because they are some of the best by the way Ian Punnett will be sitting in for me tomorrow as I get on a plane to head to fort Lauderdale Miami for a live stage show on Saturday July twenty seventh and it's still going measure we got your back hi is this better yes it is the other one was crackling to correctly so we've got your back so we're talking about magic and how you define it specifically and for people who practice magic do they cast spells do you do the bells are part of magic yes I personally don't do well my magic I do it's more based on the will power and discipline now when you say you don't do spells do you do curses here have you ever done a curse on somebody I DO not but I know a lot of people do you practice earth is but not me personally I didn't think you did but the do they work I think we curse each other all the time you know people make each other angry you you're kind of concentrate negative energy towards the person you now I think that happens all over the place well see you know what's interesting does the person who has been cursed have to know what for to take a fact I don't think they do I think it's almost like you don't need to now a kinder storms come in and it just happens anyway explain that so regardless of the person's awareness to someone's generating negative attention toward you don't reach you even if you're not aware of it just like the weather will come whether you know it how many are not well I got to tell you a it's very intriguing to be sure now when you cast a spell on people are for the good what do you do do you need a lock out here or anything like that thank you for years parts of them you don't need an actual physical object you just connect through feeling for me it's a lot about emotions so you have this year all the person and so you feel things inside your heart your record that connects the fall through our heart no you know when we used to have a which on the program she's passed on Evelyn peg we needed you know her but a chance at night now okay we can you know she was a good which she was always upbeat and happy and stuff but she was into these candles merger in a in an incredible way and she believed that for different spells you'd have to have different candles different colors are you from that make up do you do that now that the candles basically what happens with a candle as you're focusing your attention so they act a little bit like dumbo's magic feather so it holds your attention and focus first firm intention you can have but if you're able to have a strong focus and a strong will you you don't need an object to do that now you really don't now that's a that's a good point the end and back to the curses for just a moment how does someone who's been cursed get it off them sure it's kind of like static cling take a bath something I mention in the book is that baptism or fast and beating is a very good way to clean yourself of that energy and when they do of course what happens to them when they is I mean are they exhaust themselves trying to get rid of a curse it's actually easier to get rid of one then to put one on I think it exhausts more of your energy to put a curse on people because you're just draining all your negative energy which should be placed the words you know keeping your energy up so I feel like to get a current off it's much easier actually them putting it on interesting now the subtitle of your book has to do with the supernatural guardians of the magical traditions of the world who are those supernatural guardians are the angels yes angels is one way to look at them I feel like there's any guardians a lot of the Judeo Christian religions call them angels but I look at some of them in India and China as well for example in China many of the most powerful guardian spirits are dragon.

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11:44 min | 1 year ago

"ninety eight seven thirteen thirty k" Discussed on KNSS

"Ninety eight seven thirteen thirty K. an SS Jonna Mendez you had the coolest title at that I've ever heard chief of disguise for the CIA so could you describe it a day in the disguise lab or the lid disguise building I mean are you are you all sharing ideas on how to disguise themselves are how to improvise is it it's more improvisation I guess than than always direct planning right you know no one has ever asked me that question before a typical day in the disguise job laps with the in the morning and you are you have a she's someone would go and pick up the the cable traffic that comes in from around the world comes in overnight it sorted its it's it's organized and you look to see what the requirements are what what's happening the things that are in the cables are things that are happening right now and maybe you have to maybe you have to send somebody maybe you have to send them home to get their passport and someone grabs tickets and someone else gets in advance of money and we had decided to you know who's going to go what the job is what they need to take and people people go out the door we have people positioned around the world they don't always leave from Washington DC it might be someone who's already in Europe or someone who's already in the Far East whoever can best to get to the situation and take care and then then we have a a schedule every day of people who are cheating cases mostly case officers getting either they're back from overseas and getting ready to go overseas and they're coming in for for what we call this guy's programming that is we evaluate what we see when they walk in the door and then we said about defining the beer requirement where they're going to be used to describe what's the purpose of the disguise sure the trying to full how close up is it going to be for how long this is a hot humid climate we take that into consideration and then we start putting together the materials and it starts at the top of your head that goes down to your your feet we want to the idea is that if you're going to go out and meet with someone let's assume that the person you're meeting with it's going to go back to his office and write a memo describing the person they just met an officer maybe we want every detail in that memo that we can manage we want it to be wrong the color of your hair two if it shorter long if it's if it's if it's currently your street where you get what do you wear glasses or not what color are your eyes do you have facial hair would you not have facial here do you have a mole on your cheek do you have teeth that are problematic about maybe a gold tooth just all the things that we can add subtract and we adamantly subtract them when we get to a point where you wouldn't it wouldn't fit that memo at all we're probably people that know you not recognize you I mean people who work with would not recognize you the final test that we do have our officers a lot of the men in particular don't like to wear disguises so they would usually put up with us yes yes I'm back yes all worthwhile yeah on the one that mustache we never believed them so we would have a final city they put the whole thing on the okay is it comfortable can you can you wear this yes then would say OK go have lunch in the cafeteria where everyone you know having lunch at the same time just go down there and get your lunch check out the hot place and they would invariably come back after lunch oh my god I sat next to my boss at the table next to the guys my office and I mean you get a rush very powerful about hiding in plain sight and they they needed to have that experience before they would launch otherwise it is guys is gonna set and a doctor kit in their safe in their office and never be is what you describe is improvisation I mean for example the story that you tell I think it was yours station chief who needed to get out and meet with somebody who ended up dressing as a woman he's a big tough guy who ends up dressing as a woman and you just need you just need a distraction for a minute or so right that was that was not just that she's a station I was just have to let who was a a legend we call them at CIA we called him up there and he was one of the Soviet east European there and it was just a larger really are just a nice guy who didn't have much need or interest in disguise he knew that his officers he was never in we have a situation where an agent that he had personally recruited and who was working now in Moscow was about to be revealed and that and I'm in a book that was going to be published in the United States the book written by a man named Epstein and our cheapest station knew that when that book was published that his agents who could name the door probably going to be arrested and executed because he was working with the Americans station that's half of what it was determined that he was going to go out and contact the door and warn him and offer him an escape we were ready to excel trading Tony Mendez had people on both going to sweep to look for a route to look for a good route to get it out they could not get out of the embassy without without surveillance women behind it two times he went out in the car and he could meet with the agent we came back and said okay this guy and turning it lasted this guy's on the shelf was kind of a generic guide it was going to it was called the Carol discards it was made anybody who put on this disguise would look like this woman named Carol who work there if you have a stunt double mask like they used in Hollywood you know when I make in the movies and they don't want to have the store on the corner the movie got double that so cheese station put on the Carol this guy's mask address the husband Carol's husband was driving the car he even that you station that Carol I skate lad they had to drive out past the militiamen at the gate and the militiamen was court KGB and he was the one who told surveillance get out here it comes get in behind him but it worked and bigger one us out of the embassy that that he could take that off in the car got out went knocked on the man's door knocked on the door store instead yeah you know your name is about the public rescue at the doorstep I guess what for Doris said in Russian was unprintable in English but something to the effect screw or them you know I'm not leaving and it looked under there stay here and live with dignity like I have my whole life this is the way he was a war hero in Russia a very decorated military man and he had this confidence that that military background would protect him so when our chief of station came back to the station you are a memo back head quarters and he said this guy's is our most precious and we are going to guard it and we're gonna hold it closely because it's it's a miracle and it really helped turn around the perception within the CIA yeah the value that could be used in a good great there's this several stories you tell in the book about you know the next day in the Moscow rules the that the trick is to you're gonna be followed but to drive around appear to be driving normally just get somewhere where you can be out of sight of your pursuers for a couple of seconds and then a deceived them by having either someone else who's wearing the same clothes pop up in the car or in the case so at least in some of the cases blow up dolls well up dummies and you tell the story in that there's one line in the book about these young agents who had the guys get set out to buy these blow up dolls a couple of times they must have been a little bit embarrassed but it was necessary yeah it was an idea that was conceived over overseas that we needed a way to replace a passenger in a car passenger would get out and the dummy would pop up this is what anyone who drives in an age of the line America today would pay a lot of money probably to have one of these studies in the car as you could you could get in the age of the situation but we started out using something called hearty dolls and we bought them in DC at this old store down on Pennsylvania Avenue was by the White House it's called al's magic shop and we would simply these young engineers down to buy a half a dozen at a time because they were prototypes and we were trying to figure out how this was going to work so initially they were they weren't these these plastic dolls and we inflated them with gas canisters well what started happening the gas under pressure would come out so fast that would be so cold that it would you know that the dummies would pop up and then they would explode in the car because they were I was and it was like glass shatter so we had to rework it and we did rework it and as it ended the day it ended up not being a plastic doll it ended up being a much more elegant solution sing on a sister mechanism that the brief case you could put it in a moment first you could put it in a backpack put it in a lot of things and just sat in the car with the officers going to escape and you would set out from the embassy and use have surveillance behind you but you would be going to the same place that you always went say every Tuesday so you have your surveillance he would work very hard to surveillance relaxed because it's.

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"Stevens had a ninety eight seven thirteen thirty K. N. as a good morning Steve thank interested but would it be thirty on a Friday morning eighty degrees it's been two years since the deadly duck boat accident on table rock lake in Missouri which claimed seventeen lives DO Coleman lost her husband go and have their children when you're old aria seven year old Evan nine year old Raees said five other family members last year what a freak pop up storm overwhelm the duck boat they were in near Branson Coleman telling the Indy star I wouldn't wish this on my worst enemy the double are death traps nobody else should have to go through a three duck boat employees have been charged in over two dozen lawsuits continue to be settled between victims their families and boat owner Ripley entertainment which says it's cooperating with authorities Jeff man also fox news which is a police officer accused of helping a woman avoid arrest back in may made his first appearance in court Thursday Matthew Powell charged with three misdemeanors one count of obstructing apprehension of prosecution and two counts of official misconduct a police departments as pal is on unpaid administrative leave pending the outcome of his trial local law enforcement officials say cops are encountering more and more people with mental health issues which is our police chief Gordon Ramsay tells K. an SS news a lot of our mental health too is driven by a drug abuse right drug induced psychosis verses the organic mental health that oftentimes we think of it and you know there hasn't been any big studies that show the correlation between the current mental health state and drug abuse but I think and I think if you were to ask our cops they would say very high chief Ramsey is our guest this weekend in issue twenty nineteen Sunday morning at eight on K. N. S. S. the Kansas priest has been charged with one count of possessing child **** the archdiocese of Kansas city Kansas said in a news release Thursday that it reported Christopher Ross men to authorities in September of twenty sixteen after learning he had accessed inappropriate content on his computer Roschmann was suspended from the ministry at that time the archdiocese said it received information that an FBI investigation resulted in the charge being filed at the time Rodman was pastor Roman Catholic churches in Baldwin city and the pier he previously worked at churches in a way that to Peca Holton may ATA and Potawatomi reservation the Kansas city star reports Rothmans attorney Scott Toph said it was too early to comment on the case any web can this is news new newly released court documents to shed light on whether president trump knew about suspected hush money payments to adult film star stormy Daniels in an affidavit an FBI agent writes that communication between then candidate trump's campaign press secretary his attorney Michael Cullen and even Mr trump himself were centered around how to keep Stephanie Clifford A. K. A. stormy Daniels from going public Daniels former attorney Michael of an Audi says these documents prove he was right there was a cover up and that each democratic presidential candidate should be asked if they are elected will they insist on criminally indicted in each of these individuals including Donald Trump Amanat himself is facing charges that he stole money from Daniels and from other clients and he tried to extort Nike javascript Rosenthal fox news a lost piece of history has been found under the sea a private dive team is located the last US navy warship to be sung by a German submarine in World War two they founded about five miles off the coast of Cape Elizabeth Maine the sinking of the USS eagle on April of nineteen forty five was originally blamed on a boiler explosion but then the navy later determine it was sunk by German submarine divers research is expected offer definitive proof whether the sub was indeed destroyed by German submarine which itself was sunk off of Rhode Island John saucier.

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11:20 min | 1 year ago

"ninety eight seven thirteen thirty k" Discussed on KNSS

"Ninety eight seven thirteen thirty K. an SS and welcome back to coast to coast with our special guests Leslie McCourt K. we are talking about the mercury retrograde why things are happening so strangely the next hour we're gonna take phone calls with Leslie and this is what I'd like and so we will take heed one just general questions for Leslie about astrology or mercury retrograde I'm not about you which is general questions too I'd like you to share stories of weird people weird events you've witnessed strange things that have happened definitely share those with us three she will do your mercury sign reading briefly if you're prepared to give us your birth one today in the year however I'd like you to get a jump start to make it easier on Leslie and that is to go to her website which is linked up it coast to coast AM dot com it's Leslie McCourt dot com if you're not driving or anything don't don't worry about that you can just give us the information when you call Gina but the if you have the ability to go to her website in the Nash there's a section there were you can put in the information about your birthday do you'll get your mercury retrograde sign like mine is mercury retrograde with Taurus and as she is then able to quickly give you a little reading about the who you are will that work Leslie like that yes and actually your mercury direct when you were born it was not rich great so it is Taurus so your direct George that which is why thank you bothers you no no your your you were born during their direct time now what does that mean during the direct time that means when you were born mercury was heading in the direction that looks like it's going forward which is why when it's rector grade it bothers you more than it bothers me hi okay don't get it so that when I was born it was actually during one of these areas that don't happen that often during the year when it appeared to be going backward so for me mark great is my good time but it'll be easier for you if people go to your website to get their sign okay thank the hot into its dearest through your website how did they find it and everything it's right on the front of their website there's a mercury calculator you just enter your birth date and year and then I can give them information that Colin about what that's like it's really useful in relationships to find out compatibility with your mercury sign another person since they give Gina that information that I've already gotten off your website will be quicker and we'll just give it to you okay super and then a course back to the strange things I'm seeing a lot of road rage right now Leslie this at part of this yes because everything's more heightened during mercury retrograde and people get frustrated so here are my suggestions for things people can do during this time also don't forget we are by the way we may have crossed your website send instant for see if you can get into it if you can't we with crushed it I had just had it all fixed up just for tonight they'll be nice and strong when when when my my my oh my multitude of armies of millions takeover look out I now I thought that we were prepared but so when I was gonna say about helping people during this time because it is frustrating and your computer is going to break down your car might have some weird glitchy saying it's just the kind of thing when you know when you go to the car mechanic in your car's been not accurate you get there and then it doesn't do that very thing you said it was during a week ago that kind of frustrating too so we live in a world that is so technology based and all of these electromagnetic frequencies that are getting off of these all these devices it's not helping us as humans and one of the things that humans need to do is get ground it like walking barefoot on the earth being outside just getting disconnected from technology will help a lot when it comes to these mercury retrograde times we just as humans we are designed to be much more connected to the natural rhythms of life and during mercury retrograde we need it more than ever so a lot of people forget to do this because it's very difficult when you wake up you go to your job you check your emails you get home you're on your phone in your on the TV we tend to forget to be just grounded in the you know I I I I tend to see people you know at their best but lately you know I've even seen people in restaurants just top tight you know arguing with the waiter about nothing I mean it's it's just really really strange and I don't know why I blame mercury retrograde it just has to do with the timing I guess partially mercury retrograde in its other planets as well I want to give your audience a couple of dates when if you thought this was kind of intense these are dates when things will be even more heightened in terms of that aggressive kind of energy the first one is on October twenty seventh so that is when Mars will be squaring Saturn that's a tough one so you're being specific to a day right I am yeah I want to be aware that during that so if you're going to steal it in a few days before and after **** its exact on that day so if things don't go well that day it helps to know ahead of time why why do you feel so you know feisty and argumentative these are very aggressive aspects that are affecting everybody because Mars is the planet of warfare think of all the words that start with M. A. R. like martial martial arts or even the names of people have like marks mark any of those names Margaret doesn't rom names that are derived from the planet Mars which is the red planet which is the planet of how we move forward in life it's the planet of aggression in and forward movement and when it's making a square which is a difficult aspect to Saturn Saturn is a tough one it's the planet that causes us to grow because it's like a coach and our chart but it can also be a task master once we go beyond August second Leslie and we get out of the second of three mercury retrograde faces what generally should happen well once we come out of them then we have a reading period when mercury goes direct and then everyone's size you know and says how few we got through that but then they're going to happen again and in twenty twenty it's going to start again on February sixteenth until March ninth and it's just it's going to continually happen and we living in this electromagnetic universe we have patterns that things go in and out and up and down and weather changes and what's that the most beautiful thing about astrology is that helps bring peace to us because if you see what's coming you can prepare and not be surprised because when it just comes at you and you don't understand it that's when it gets really frustrating because you just don't see where it's coming from or why it's here and when it's gone and that's why I call a stroke G. like the language of compassion because we can be more at peace if we have understanding of these rhythms and cycles I love live radio Leslie because things are happening and I've just got a message from my webmaster lacks who says well it looks like Leslie's website has reached its limit I we think we crashed it but I tweeted alternative calculator for her seems to be tied in with your book soul she you probably will be able to use it so we he tweeted power of mercury calculator dot com will like that may work okay that sounds great to me and we'll get that if not I'll just give you the birth date I'm Liane and you can do that absolutely thanks I still want you stories of weird things that you've seen happen during this mercury retrograde period of events and individuals a future of those stories with us two I'd really appreciate that because I am convinced birthday girl that hits happening it is happening and and it's frustrating I have compassion for people and listen to this we have these two pretty good sized earthquakes in California a couple weeks ago during mercury retrograde yes exactly is dissolute time so it affects even th stuff like that it can affect anything because that planet that's up there in this guy is putting things into a different lane and we don't like these kinds of changes if it ships out and it's not a comfortable feeling to think again when you're driving your car in order to get from one gear to the other you have to put it in reverse do you think anyone wants to be driving a car that's in reverse it or in you know in the new town when you have no control both of them are uncomfortable for people we want to go from a to B. we want to feel the for moving forward during mercury retrograde it's going to feel as if we don't have as much control and we're not heading in the direction that we want to go in these events that happened are they things that will be or could be for individuals do we have the right to change it yes we absolutely do and maps where people need to understand that astrology is like whether it's an influence but at the end of the day you are the one in control of your life you have free well and that's always going to supersede anything that these planets are doing astrology is definitely a fact but there is no greater power over man than his own free well and people need to remember that so you can deal with these times with awareness and ride through them in a much better way it's like surfing you know some of the day when I wave is so big and it's scary but you know how to handle it it's really fun it's cool it's like it's more interesting another analogy I give his double Dutch jump roping people could say well that's really frustrating and that's so hard but it's actually a really beautiful thing to watch because it takes skill and talent to be able to do that well and it's much more interesting to watch than someone just skipping rope with one rope so these times that are more complicated it feels like double Dutch jump roping but actually there's a lot of benefit to these times and we have to put this into perspective because we are being challenged during mercury retrograde what we're being challenged to do is figure out a way to deep grease and reconnect re energize ourselves re slacked sit back and get reconnected to the earth I think that's the anecdote for anything to do with mercury retrograde most of the calls that are coming in for you Leslie that will take the extra hours of just giving us the direct birthdates because they can't get into the website but again the ultimate the calculator folks power of mercury calculator dot com just remember that power of mercury calculator dot com kinda long to type but that'll get you what you need.

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01:43 min | 1 year ago

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15:57 min | 1 year ago

"ninety eight seven thirteen thirty k" Discussed on KNSS

"Ninety eight seven thirteen thirty K. an SS grand slam if is a researcher and call the co author of the Atlantis blueprint he's appeared on the history channel Discovery Channel in B. C. CBC and BBC as well as on numerous radio show rose fly myth is co author is a novelist nonfiction writer and two time winner of the prestigious Canada arts council grant for fiction and the together they are the authors of the murder of Moses how when he Gyptian magician assassinated Moses still is a Danity and hijacked the exit is and at rand is with us this evening on coast to coast AM welcome my friend how are you thank you very much very well Richard thanks for having me on your way easy way up there and the the north western reaches of Canada right on the border with Alaska if I'm not mistaken when I'm on the beach on a clear day I can see the Alaskan panhandle can you see Russia no that's a little bit further he well maybe with a pair of binoculars all right so let's begin if we could rand with for those not familiar with the Bible in in the story of Moses give us that that that thumbnail sketch of of of the sort of the official version of Moses was from the Old Testament sure well our our book is a radical re telling of the story but the old and the traditional story is that of a profit who was born during a time when the the Egyptians were seeking to kill all the first born children Jews and Moses his mother had to protect him putting in a park put him on the Nile and let him feel down the river and as he sailed down the river he's he's he's a noticed a in this basket floating by by that the pharaoh's daughter in the pharaoh's daughter who polls give the the basket pulls him out and lo and behold it hit and Moses is sister shows up Miriam insane Ole that you know what I can get you a somebody who can suckle a child and and she she does she does by giving her real the real Moses mother as as a has to be working with the the pharaoh to raise a child so Moses raised it as it in Egypt chin he has a full education education as Egyptian and he's very intelligent he's he did and one day it comes to him and he learns that he is actually not a high born a Gyptian as he thought himself to be what was really a descendant of the Hebrew people who are enslaved and this really upsets his mock him and he realizes that what is going on and he sees a task master within a Hebrew slaves and interview news kills the taskmaster there is the body and then he asked sort of like get out of Dodge sort of things so he leaves the job and he makes his way to and an area this is a place called needy and which was on oasis and northern present day Saudi Arabia for we're there he meets his wise to be at at a well where he helps her defends her against some ruffian those who are are are are are causing problem that the well and he's he's a soldier he can take care of himself and he takes care of these guys and so she introduces him to her father who's known as Jethro also known as real well he Dan adopts Dobson in and says OK coming of us you can Sapporo will be your daughter to be your wife and he settles in time goes by long time goes by and he's standing she'd been the one day he comes into the the mountains in the he encounters is burning bush and out of the burning bush a voice comes that he believes to be a force of god ten giving him a mission to return to Egypt and to free the people there which she does he read he goes to do to Egypt and he does encounter this zero there's a series of tests and and curses and all sorts of terrible things happen to both the Egyptians these injections they have plagues there's frogs there is boils was all sorts of terrible things and then the worst thing starts to happen is that a death is going to come upon the first born children of the Egyptians and the Hebrews paid over top of their doorways with with the sheep's blood and so that day the demon that is coming to take take the lives of all the first born will pass over the Hebrew people and that's the origin of the Passover notion so that happens and after all this conflict with the with a feral ultimately Moses is leaves with the people he's pursued by the pharaoh's and he is soldiers he opens the the sea he crosses through the sea over to the other side the pharaoh and his army is chase after him about the will of the waters close in upon them and drowned on and and their their free of cost the land they then make their way to the mountain of god and there Moses it goes up the mountain of god and he's there he's missing for a long time it's like forty days so everybody thinks he's dead he comes down he's got this shining face and that's really freaks out the people because they think it's a reflection of god's glow upon his face so they turn away and they can't they they dare not look at him to listen to what he has to say but they won't look at them because they think they even the reflection of god's glow will kill them and then he puts a seal upon his face so that he can talk to them and that they proceed ultimately to make their way into the promised land but but Moses himself doesn't make it he he dies before crossing of the river Jordan and and and it has to be Josh will who takes the Israelites into the promised land so that's the natural version right right now first of all I mean you've been researching this for a little over a decade the idea and I'm a you know cards on the table I'm a Bible believing Christian but for for for for critics of the Bible they they've always argued that the the actual exit is there's no there's no evidence historical archaeological evidence that the Hebrews were enslaved in Egypt and that the pharaoh ordered you know the killing of the first born in Citra war or even for an exodus what did you find me is is there evidence for that first of all no I don't I don't think there is an evidence for a big accidents and I've given you the story as as is right in the in in the Torah the first five books of the Bible but I don't think that's actually what happened I think is a very different story that was going on here a subterranean stories feel like that has been covered up in concealed through though the activities of the the level I scribes who had the gender of their own and I can get into that but the one of the things that I would like to know if this is going back to this shining face of of of Moses when he comes down we don't believe this is the same Moses the Moses that went up the mountain was a different person than the Moses came down right I do what I want to get back to that but I I I wanna I wanna move sort of towards that but let me just start with that with this idea that you know the the idea of placing a baby in a in a in a basket and am setting him of float down river you argue that this is this is kind of a repeating means if you will serve throughout history that that it happened before what other myth what other miss talks about this what you see here is the thing and this is what caught Sigmund Freud in it this is the when you're doing research sometimes you come across something is very curious and a you can go follow that curiosity and the thing that interested Freud about the story of Moses initially was this whole story of of the basket that that the child in the basket because he he came across the legend of this are gone and Arcadian mark who lived in the third millennium BC long before the time of Moses and it it it it says it gives exactly this story this very story of of my mother who the high priest conceived me in secret cheap for me she sent me a basket of rushes with that no man she sealed by live she cast me in the river which rose not over me the river for me and carry me too hi the draw of water chi the draw water list up to me out of the water and reared me as his son and he reportedly yes is a gardener so Zorica on was the Hey I came to be who was having to hide out as a child he he was going to be killed so this very same scenario it was already in Babylonian literature and Freud felt that is if his story of Moses going from riches to rags contradicted everything that he knew about world mythology where the story is normally riches of rags to riches liked as Joe says the sort of Joseph who who's thrown into a pit sold as a slave and eventually becomes a right hand arm and man of the pharaoh and rises up so the story of of Moses going from being a highly esteemed the educated the jets and to fall into being a leader of us ladies was something that really disturbs for it and that's what made him upset us with the story and he he he studied it for years and years and years we always kept it secret he he he he didn't really mention it to anybody and even when he decided to publish it he didn't publish under his name he published it anonymously now that at the time Freud was living in **** occupied Austria and here we have well he he was in into Moses before the first World War but she fits right he was certainly into Moses while while he was in **** occupied Austria Vienna right but you know in terms of wanting to publish this he obviously was in fear of his life in his family's life the **** had occupied Austrian thirty eight and of the Catholic Church was very prevalent there so to write a piece that was sort of totally undermined the the story of the of of Moses would have not endeared him to the Catholic Church which he saw as the only thing standing between him and the **** yes he was over for it certainly is free of that nor did he want to have his own people lose there their greatest profit just at a time when they were under the most severe pressure coming from the Nancy what pressures of the second the we're proper word any Shorty we're being shipped off to concentration so he waited until he was sort of can safely to England to write yes but just just it very quickly just very quickly rand beef but this this obsession with the true identity of Moses and the origins of the story pre seed Freud as you point out in the book going way back to the Elizabethan writer Christopher Marlowe he was so fascinated by this would happen tomorrow show more little is an interesting case he there was a a fee and form and who who who who followed Marlowe everywhere he went and one it's so she this informant yeah it Richard stains assisting me was a secret agent for Elizabeth the first he you wrote a report it to the English Privy Council on may twenty ninth two fifteen ninety three and it read containing the opinion of Christopher Marlowe concerning his stamina ball opinions and judgment of rich your religion is score enough because word here firmus that Moses was just a juggler that's like an illusionist and that one being Sir Walter Raleigh's man can do more than he in other words he was even a very jet illusionists that moose is made to choose to travel eleven years in the wilderness there is a chain to the promised land to the intent is to the extent that those who were privy to most of the subtleties subtleties might perish and so every last you super super station remain in their hearts this was an easy matter for Moses being brought up in the arts of the Egyptians to be used to choose so Martin was basically saying that Moses was just you know an illusionist and he didn't have he was even that good in a looseness as far as Marla was concerned so.

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12:34 min | 1 year ago

"ninety eight seven thirteen thirty k" Discussed on KNSS

"Ninety eight seven thirteen thirty K. an SS Greg before the break we were talking about Evey peas and you were you were talking about a particular piece of video I guess it's online that you wanted to discuss yeah this particular thing was pretty much touted as a class a EDP and I think that they ended up getting started with us you send us your still playing it but this particular EDP when played backwards would would say it's My Baby say that it's very clear problem is when you play it's boring it is it said AB is audio demo the media dent right right as it was it was a water mark on on this particular you know whatever they will according they would they would cut off water marks on as you know being a great and and yeah and they the folks that were more worse shot one last thing were just absolutely adamant that this is a you know a language we've never heard before except for the fact that it would you listen very like Val this is what it is so I think accuse me of being at the Barker ma'am I am not a doctor but if it's not normal it's not normal and so when you have a easy peasy have to be very careful about how you interpret the CD PHP is you know what color the a class A. B. and C. and it you have to be very careful on you know if you're gonna if you want somebody that listen you're EDP give a talk don't don't press you know don't coach them do not groom Adam just say Hey I believe the PL once you listen to and tell me what you think tell me what you hear but I'm here and let him go over a few times and and try to figure it out but you know in that in that falls into like in law enforcement yep criminalistics yep forensics right well I I try to relate that to us gathering in this information this evidence in a paranormal way so I I consider it as perilous sticks instead of criminalistics Acala careless big interesting and that would be the electronic voice phenomenon motion detection using the master tractors thermal imaging carbon monoxide detectors you just got your counters all all that stuff is something that you can use in what I call like I said careless sticks which would be relating to criminalistics on gathering evidence so the whole bunch of different things you know I I see people used compass is on their phone add to figure out direction and that that sort of thing world that's not real accurate you probably need to get a magnetic compass you probably need to get some stuff that you can really understand as opposed to an interpretation of of you know naturally occurring at that so how do you what is your protocol then for because you're not opposed to trying to capture EVP so what is the the proper that's a protocol procedure if you're gonna trying gather Evey peace how do you do it from an investigative a proper investigative perspective you need to record them both analog and digital you're going to get a lot more that you do pee on digital just because the way that digital works is it's not a smooth signal it's small pieces of data and so the the D. voice or they the sound coming out of that is going to be choppy and if you can run a regular eight analog tape recorder along with the digital recorder and then analyze both of them each time you will come up with different things that that you will find interesting I think that they need to be paired because it is there's a possibility that the digital recorders pick up from there you know a different frequencies or something that that we don't I am not a an audio specialist but I know that redundancy is important whenever whenever you're gathering evidence and you said the end of an investigation there's sort of a the three classifications you said unfounded founded or undetermined can you break it down based on your IT investigations in your career how that would break down as a percentage of four of founded on founded an undetermined well in that would be up to your definition of what found it is found it is going to be something that is completely attributed to to something supernatural and you know depending on who you are on how you're going to determine that and I say that because I am I my background is is in complex adaptive systems and as I have a master's degree in education based on that and it's an interdisciplinary degree in other words I'm using you know a little bit from everywhere to try to figure this out as opposed to being a disciplinarian saying this is what it is so if you're a UFO hotter and somebody is having an experience of the shallow person in their room you're going to say that it some sort of P. T. present there well if your ghost under you're gonna tell this person now it's not in the the N. as Nancy T. it is you know some sort of shadow figure spirit entity or whatever if your a demon knowledge just you're going to tell him something now get where I'm calling yeah it depends on what your discipline is on how you're going to interpret the data so for me to say it's on related in other words I was going up the stairs I see this bright ball of light coming out I followed I'm like oh my god you know what was that the glowing orb incredible and then I find out now I have dropped on my migraines so right there it's unrelated what about it founded unfounded undetermined would you save and by and large you you end up with an undetermined classification yeah so what whenever I go like the the the doors opening and the the rock hitting me I cannot disprove that it was not yes it's something from the metaphysical or or spiritual morale I can't prove that it's not but I can't prove that it is either as soon as somebody comes up with something that is destined to prove you know that that there is something else going on which is a lot of scientists working on it string theory right now on all kinds of stuff that may explain a lot of what goes on from our experiences but that's what I'm going to be looking at is it is far as whether it is actually related and whether I can say that it's undetermined in my opinion undetermined is really good that that's that's good on the paranormal side because I'm the only guy think about it we're running around with them after tractors and yell cameras and audio and all this other stuff those are normal Hey normal physical realities and we're using them to find the paranormal that makes no sense right you're looking for physical evidence for a non physical phenomena right and you're you're looking for a paranormal thing with normal me we don't even know the question to ask them to figure out whether how can I locate something paranormal and you know you can in you we can have this this argument is a healthy healthy argument I think some people say you know my my yeah maps or for yeah my whatever piece of equipment and I'm using to detect ghost I use at airports to the tech goes this tells me that a ghost is there and then you can turn right back around to talk to somebody else on the same piece of equipment and they will say this is what a ghost disrupts taking up the destruction around the gaps so okay well what is is is is a grocer's and destruction around the ghost or is it a yell at a balanced in a full of fluorescent light that's above the pool table those are the things that we it to be responsible we have to look at that sort of stuff sure sure I want to talk about I believe it's called the the cry baby bridge in and it's what we eat you were actually amazed to discover that there are a lot of cry baby bridges it's a very it's it's not just an isolated case of a bridge where people here that the cries of a baby it speeds pretty widespread tell me about that right it says so I learned that when I'm nineteen years old when I I I grew up in a small town it called Rockdale Texas and I lived in Austin and then we we moved to Rockville for about six years I went six grade through twelfth grade there and we spent a lot of time run around in the woods and you know drive the cars out in the country motorcycles and in so we explore that whole area and then the whole area has some really cool I history behind it with the Spanish that settled Asians out there and had a presidio out there and and all that stuff on private property now what one of the bridges that leads over two on one of these locations everybody called cry baby bridge and a friend of mine took me after one time to to hear it and we went out and you know we're standing there listening and you can hear you know it sounds like a baby cry inhale the excel be inhaled the actual Allah Allah baby would cry and it is a big old trestle bridge and when you drive across the you know the baby will cry faster or slower depending on how fast your car is and it's because of all those limits on the on the bridge as it expands and contracts do the way when the or whatever it makes this noise that's absolutely amazing why I really didn't really pay that much attention to the causation of that other than the experience we went out they would it was just creepy it was really weird I go into the army and you know hang out with a bunch of people from all over the United States and I start telling some of my stories no like yeah we got a crybaby bridge yeah we got a relic on the railroad tracks devil's backbone you know she should go to all this stuff is everywhere so you know it is that it is it is pure mythology is if you're a legend or is it I you know con men what do you call it will be profiling and entity maybe there's multiple he said just steps that's how they manifest is you know near water near higher water for that for the bridge for instance right yeah it is very there are people out there that just heard that probably well their eyes it's like you know I'm not gonna discount what I can't crew or what I can't district it's just there you know talk to me about the ghost wagon of Westlake okay that's a that's a cool one that's actually that's one of my favorites and it's it's a real let down whenever a truck that had a lot of that it's really cool so I was doing a lot of the research in the central Texas area and I came across this the story because wagon Westlake and I I talked to a friend of mine that grew up over in that area he said oh yeah you know that's a really cool places down on what's called camp crashed and it's an old I camp area for on.

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"Wichita's number one talk ninety eight seven thirteen thirty K. an SS John earlier you were talking about how it's it's possible and there is some evidence to suggest that those closest to Lincoln perhaps wanted him dead because they feared in the aftermath of the civil war he wouldn't be hard enough on the Confederate states and men with him out of the way it seems as if they got their wish because the reconstruction was very punitive almost vengeful against the southern states talk to me about that yeah you use the right word I think racial conventional and I believe the reconstruction era also said it is an awful president much is Lincoln's an over reaching his constitutional sorry did because it set the tone because he really is in the presidents in the history of warfare much to see it the world has ever seen anything like the the scorched earth policy that far crops being burned and she in fields being real and and personal property being stolen mass rape which what we saw in the V. as evidence is out there everywhere the court stories I want to see it for is shows is northern troops in gates is kind of atrocious behavior but in the reconstruction you had a a defeated foe being further punished with this authoritarian military rule the ownership restrictions placed upon them and of course with this I believe this set the precedent for what we saw after World War one and with the treaty of Versailles or Germany was was but all of on the set of structures that nope defeated so it ever in the history of warfare been obligated to pay financially and most people realize Germany did stop paying reparations for one until the year two thousand and ten and of course later in Nuremberg was the same kind of thing where the defeated spot was legally trying I believe all that began the president was sent with the way the defeated southern states Lincoln supposedly with malice toward none of the others that that kind of statement if if it was really true he wanted to welcome them back in with no questions asked supposedly I don't know if that would happen if he lives or not but with they certainly weren't welcome tack in with open arms and reconstruction not only was so unfair the defeated southerners but it exploded upon American blacks who is here here they were newly freed and it created real race as a rest racism is Ron Pollack said it it set the tone for a hundred years of awful race relations because the KKK was born Jim crow laws were born and you know really awful stuff and I believe that all was an outgrowth of that's really the way the war was fought and then the way it ended in the military occupation of the south in the reconstruction let's let's move ahead to eighteen eighty nine and the the Spanish American war because this really is a pivotal point in American history in in terms of the use of the mainstream media for propaganda absolutely and that's it so the first modern of a false flag the remember the main hello Spain and lots of terrible precedents there you begin to see that the really the final shattering of George Washington the other founding fathers desire just keep out of other nations affairs and you have people like Theodore Roosevelt who was one of the first real which really strong war mongering imperialist that was clamoring for this and later his his type of mindset would become the public mind set that is run American foreign policy ran it for the entire twenty century and obviously still runs it but we know that the is the thinking in a manner later recorded stories would pretty much have to admit that didn't happen the way they they said it W. had William Randolph Hearst one of the the and the inventor of tabloid journalism who came up with that great the line that you know I cannot give your war in or whatever the exact quote was in you supply the pictures and also apply the war exactly exactly and so he can't terrible precedent set there and it would it would lead to you know then what will want the same kind of thing thinking thinking at least India and one begins to sense patterns here and we can still see it and we thought you know recently with the the ship that Iran supposedly on the it's it's the same kind of thing with these what we call false flags now precipitate if they tried to plan Americans motions and American fall for over and over again where they have some kind of odd travesty disposal happens that precipitates our entrance into yet another foreign conflict and it it began on their national scale in eighteen ninety eight with the the Spanish American war so we had the USS Maine which was the ship was harbored in Havana a stunned simply to do what keep an eye on the situation because Cuba was revolting right yeah they always already they were kind of overstepping I think with the George Washington and then John Quincy Adams you said America does not go abroad in search of monsters to destroy it already just doing that was kind of a provocative act I think and and already was going beyond what America should have been doing which is minding its own business is what's it worth we are the founders set up is that is that the kind of foreign policy they wanted us to have and so the idea was that this the USS Maine or blow up there was something like two and sixty people I think U. S. and killed on board and it was blamed on this the Spanish didn't happen exactly that way did it no I think later that is they had to admit that is that that the Spanish had not been responsible but at that point we were in the war and it was the corner store and kind of if they would later do with something like the Gulf of Tonkin I mean they might eventually is you know kind of kind of go off in a corner and mumble yeah okay that's true it did happen that way but the next false flag Abbas and and hit him in the exact same pattern emerges and it's left for alternative historians like myself for people on the internet to try to dissect these things and and earlier in many of these things history books have been written that show that these things that did not happen the way I think I think really something like the Spanish American war there's still off of a large school of thought that I think that that does that the even among maybe some of the court historians that don't agree with the consensus that this is a war that America had a right to fight it's not like the in the civil war and World War two those are the sacrosanct wars the so called good wars but other wars like the Spanish American war any war one there is a permitted some kind of debate on it because even the corner store and can't really come up with the any kind of justifiable reason for those wars and so as a result of the Spanish American war the United States gets Guam Porter Rico the Philippines the state of Hawaii all become American territories was that the prime primary motive for the United States getting into the war well it could probably on the surface it it certainly seems that way and and it's it's it's it shows again that American it was the presidency that Abraham Lincoln invented does domestically had now gone international it was left to somebody like Theodore Roosevelt that kind of mindset that you mention the Philippines and all these other territories that America annexed and took over then they begin to emulate the British Empire they they will be coming in empire and I think this is something again the founders never envisioned I think was an unwise move and we can still see today that it's led to the disastrous foreign policy where we keep getting engaged in these far flung lands in interfering making enemies doing awful things and really doing nothing to benefit the the American people and and so is this really America's first sort of imperial adventure the Spanish American war I believe it is the first aid kit I mean you could you could I guess you could argue that the the war with the the war with Mexico with polka mean although although it's a little bit different as Mexico was connected two and there but even that I mean that was it that was a disastrous adventures well it's led to groups like la Raza forming now because they claim with some justification that some of their land was taken in that war and so but I think because they were it connected and you know land mass wise hi I think the Spanish American war was the first war where we did kind of stray off our shores and go into something where we really could not justified if we had any kind of our land interest and we we mention William Randolph Hearst and of course the Orson Welles character Citizen Kane is based on on her first and that's the scene from the movie where where Hearst orders one of its reporters she says go go to Havana to cover the war and he says there's no war and have and he says you bring me the pictures and I'll supply the war did Hearst have that kind of power yeah it was it was certainly in late later he would you know they would they would during the Hollywood days he would he would make or break careers with this I believe was well Parsons that that work for him that was a common fare so yeah these these the invented yellow journalism tabloid journalism if you will and I think he had a disastrous impact on the press because up until that point I I don't how bad or press was but I think it's it grew much worse in terms of sensationalism and not necessarily taken the truth I did tell you three certainly not doing any real investigative reporting but when you can have somebody that had interest like that in in promoting a war I I just I don't know what business any newspaper has it in promoting a war but certainly Hearst appeared to have a vested interest in Joseph Pulitzer any we hear about the Pulitzer Prize this is you know the gold standard for journalism Joseph Pulitzer was was sort of working hand in hand with Hearst in pushing other the propaganda for the Spanish American war as well was any it is another another one another one of these of the heroes of people think of people like him are Clarence Darrow if they didn't think of them in terms of all kind of classical liberals and that they were anything but that and they all loved warrants one theme throughout this book I I hope readers will catch is that the leading liberal for each era supported whatever wars that were going on as the leading liberal that still have a good reputation the ones that didn't support it well people like Wayne Jennings Bryant Huey long people like that who has a hole on the left but have they don't have that sterling reputation now the court is Dorian's and establishment this merge their reputations and I I can't help but think it's because they actually read because for peace and why why did a Hearst and Pulitzer get behind the war did they have did they have interests in in Cuba and I I didn't look into that extensively enough it's it's possible but I think that in the.

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"Ninety eight seven thirteen thirty K. an SS and we're back with Doug Dougal Frasier as we talk about or as his work again as your life and colors website is his name linked up at coast to coast AM dot com is there a difference between or as Dougal and energy and let me explain when somebody comes into our Rome I I don't see their aura but I can feel their energy and I can generally tell if they're going to be upbeat happy friendly you know standoffish that to me is energy is is there a difference that is the exact same thing you're you're feeling there or X. field and that moment and everybody listening has had that experience the more we meditate the more we still are consciousness the more profound of those experiences will become and could result in you actually seeing something physical there's no question that those people who can read the other people are pretty successful and things correct yeah I mean it more move all talked about that you know if you run a company the way you hire your employees the relationships that you get into when you listen to the energy that you're reading in the room you cannot go wrong I use the higher my reporters after we make sure they were qualified right wars after looking at their tapes for five seconds five seconds is all the talk to get that feeling of I want to watch this person I want to turn this person off that's all it takes exactly and so here's my question for you George so we're talking about charisma and that moment to someone have sort of a magnetic energy do you think that you can teach people that or do you think that's just inherent and a natural trait I think it's natural first I think you can teach some of it but not all of it hi I think you have to have it first I agree completely yeah and that's why I tell people I'm naturally shy I mean before the show I was shaking uncontrollably I had ten reasons I could cancel all completely made up because I'd rather go inside but I've learned by medicating with certain colors I can alleviate that anxiety and present myself in a different way to really connect with people and that's the thing with energy you can transform your energy according to what you need and any daily life moment and a former producer in Saint Louis and great guy nice guy in the he knows I've talked about this before so he won't be offended but he would come in to work and say I'm going to have a bad day I mean he he came in with that black cloud over his head stop the killing prophecy and and you know what he had a bad day yeah yeah there's there's sort of a spiritual all through them you can find in so many different sacred texts words basically energy follows thought and thought direct energy what we think we create and so if we come in and say I'm gonna have a great day I'm gonna present myself I'm going to be open as corny as that may sound and how much the brain will resist it you will quite literally transform the room if you go to a party and say I'm going to be a wallflower and I'm gonna be shy no one will come to talk to you but if you think of a specific color and you open your energy up you become more approachable we are completely responsible for how the world perceives us and the energy we attract to understand you know our dear friend Glynis McCants the numbers lady I do she's wonderful and she yes she is incredible now that's something also that combines a different thing as she looks at numbers with what you do yeah but she's also tracking by rations of energy and this is the thing some people out there might resonate with color and they think it's great there's so many different languages that the universe has for us to connect and understand ourselves deeper there's astrology there's numerology their crystals their shoppers there so many different ways to understand who you are my sweet spot happens to be color and it really helps me focus but when I watched Glynis crunch the numbers I'm always amazed mind boggling to me what she can do is likely Kandam readings and it's really fun she's like a human computer all right we're gonna go to calls and what you're gonna hear for me is their first name and then we'll have them give their name a couple times okay yeah let's go to first time caller let nay in Beverly hills California hello lemay welcome to the program good morning gentlemen thank you for taking my call so what we need from you is for you to tell Google your name twice all right my first name is Renee all right so Lynn may first of all you twinkle and the color that you trickle at this very very bold robust gold so gold is considered the color of independence inside is super important to you to be independent you want people to know that you can take care of yourself you want people to know I don't need anything from you which is great I love that you're independent but it also feels like you made a jump from childhood to adulthood very quickly usually a child has sort of a slow evolution of becoming an adult but you have to become an adult quickly was like I got to take care of myself I'm gonna make sure I'm independent you've done a great job with that having said that well we have a lot of golden aura sometimes it makes it difficult for loved ones to know what we need so I want to make sure that you're still telling people what you need to feel connected everybody knows your self sufficient everybody knows you can do things on your own but in order for people to feel more connected you they're going to want to know what you need to feel more supported now ninety nine point nine percent of the time a gold person is self employed which I think would be a good thing for you the fact that your or a burst like that in sparkles means you had lots of ideas for businesses but I feel like I haven't quite grasped on the some of them so this next two year cycle for you is taking some of those visions and turning them into reality are you currently self employed or is that just the idea that's the idea that form trying to head to okay so here's the thing your brain comes up an idea ten o'clock and then another idea eleven o'clock and another idea twelve o'clock and they're all great ideas one eight none of them is going to be a mistake your your independent yourself driven what the universe is waiting for its freedom really believe in yourself take one vision and run with it I don't have to teach you how to come up with ideas you do that naturally your natural brain stormer right now we gotta put one of them under armed really ground it and run with it so I would say you look around October of this year your feet feel really planted in the earth and you're like I am going to do this but self employment definitely feel like it's a part of your destiny yes well that's really what I'm hoping for you you idiot see that's definitely me good luck hope everything works out next up let's go to Karen in Roanoke Virginia on the wildcard line hi Karen how are how are you I'm doing pretty good tonight I hope you guys are doing the best we are now would you like a reading or do you have just a question I'd like to read a novel you mention okay mention your name twice if you would my name's Keren Keren okay Karen so there's a specific color and do that I call it rose it's sort of this combination of red combination of pink color and it's the energy of flow in movement and specifically I'm really drawn to your knees I don't know if you've been having like a team are a little bit of water retention there but your joints feel irritated and part of that is because things haven't been flowing the way you want them to go you've been managing a lot of other people's emotions you've been Kerr taking a lot of people and now feels like in the next couple of years it's really time to invest in you you may find not depression but your energies of a little bit lower but you having a hard time like lifting yourself up again you gotta get outdoors to more movement you can do the happier you're going to be I don't know if you've ever done any like therapy connected to water but I feel very drawn getting you draw on the water but specifically with the joint like I want lashed less pressure on the joints so what we're working on right now is not taking care of other people you spent a lot of time doing that we need to take care of use to your energy feels like it's flowing more does that make sense hit on the head found out that one of my brain tumors growing again and and they just put me on blood pressure medication because it was out of control and what's going on in the knees Karen if you had a DMO before in the news or swelling in the feet in the knees I had knee surgery okay will land on both knees and my joints have will fly this and such yeah young for it but you're right my energy level is very low and I'm tired yeah and here's the thing Karen rightfully so you're allowed to be tired you're allowed to give yourself a break right now I want you know that your your soul body feel stronger than I think you're aware of and so right now it's all about positive thought it's giving yourself a chance to rest but the universe is really kindly trying to say this is time for you to focus on you and you are allowed to do that anything you can do just to relieve that stress and let your energy flow that's the best thing for you but I've got to say I feel really good about the next year for you okay thank you very much thank you Karen as well how can you make your color strength of your or as work in your benefits so basically it all to medication I know that's a boring answer but meditation and calling upon the colors how we shift our energy field so for example and I'm just talking to Karen and we talk about that rose color she can visualize that color and surround yourself with rose quartz to help the energy flow more whatever we did you realize whatever we think were immediately shifting our energy let's go to end in mono Vista account a Colorado welcome to the program high add George anyone on a jury at shoot comfort late night just was your program well thank you handle you one little reading just mention your name why should warn a routine they have to say my name so your name twice ed maturing admit Kerr and so did you have like this really deep almost like hunter forest green so we talk to the top of the show about green being the color of creativity in communication you are so well spoken and I don't know if you've dabbled with writing when you were younger but when you were younger your creativity was just flowing so clearly right now because it's a darker green that means your communication feels like it stunted so they're trying to get back to you back to the words and the way that you express yourself what's also interesting about your or as were usually looking for a circle or sort of an oval shape most of your energy.

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"Ninety eight seven thirteen thirty K N s. Steve attended the Deepak in touch eight thirty here on Wednesday morning into fifty seven degrees. House committee plans to move ahead on contempt resolution for the attorney general House Judiciary committee, chairman Jerrold Nadler says he still planning vote to hold attorney general William bar in contempt of congress refusing to answer questions about negotiations with the Justice department over a Russia report subpoena, I'm not gonna come the only thing that say is that at the moment still scheduled Nadler has issued a subpoena for the full unredacted version of the special counsel report. The Justice department has provided a less redacted version for some lawmakers, if the judiciary committee agrees on a resolution the full house within vote on contempt on Capitol Hill, Jared Halpern, Fox News difficult to get a lift to work today in some cities burn lift drivers in several major cities around the globe are going on strike today. Day before Uber, hotly anticipated initial public offering on Wall Street. Labor groups organizing, the work stoppage are protesting the ride hailing companies payment and labor practices. This driver in Michigan says, the job just isn't worth it. When you factor in costs their only expenses gas. But that's not true. You know, you got wear and tear on your car. You got insurance? You got you got the transfer of risk many ride. Hell drivers say their pay has consistently fallen in recent years and are unhappy with their status is independent contractors and are looking for livable incomes and into unfair deactivation and up front pricing. Hillary barsky, Fox News, which city council has approved a new ordinance for pawnbrokers and others secondhand dealers. What you tell police will implemented electronic reporting process for pond shop secondhand and precious metal dealers and also establish requirements for businesses who operate kiosks to purchase or recycle electronic devices deputy chief Jose SALCEDO says the current process is inefficient and labor intensive and adds an economy reporting what.

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