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"nygard" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:46 min | 2 months ago

"nygard" Discussed on WSB-AM

"WSB first before we leave, Chris I want to know what you know about maggots. I know I don't like him. Okay? He does not like magnets. This is the what's bugging you. Feature of the home fix that Joe. Presented by braid of pest management again open for this. I think I got an open for this. I think I did it myself. I made my own open for this. I'll try and email it to you. You just hold it up to the mic and play it? No, I won't sound good. I had a lot of I got a lot of productions. Anyway. The question comes from Adam, He says about this time every year. I have maggot like larva. Larvae, larva larvae coming out of the crack where my driveway meets the foundation. They start trying to crawl into my garage. What is it? Chris was you need to do to these maggots? Right? Exactly them. Yeah, That's what that growth. Perfect grades are the least maggots. No. Matt Brady says those were likely to be for it. Excuse me? Yeah. Phorid flies or soldier fly larvae. These flies love to lay eggs in wet organic soil. The key to elimination is two things one need to dry the sail out by making sure water is diverted from this area and two You need to get a product into the soil like Nygaard, and why you hrd Nygard would be their product of choice since it has an idea. Are we talking about ideas? A lot on this show that's dancer. Insect growth. Regular a regulator. Greg, you later insect growth regulator and the key to stopping these type flies is to prevent the larvae.

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"nygard" Discussed on The Current

The Current

06:05 min | 5 months ago

"nygard" Discussed on The Current

"Behind pursuing the story, but the paper's publisher was adamantly against it. You Know I. Guess what I would say to. That is just that. It was made clear that we weren't going to continue with the story. Why wouldn't they bob well? That is the question of course to find out. We call the publisher of the free press at the time Rudy RETTIG COP who says he? He still remembers that episode. He told US quote. There was a lot of external pressure from High Position Winnipeg irs or business people who he refers to as Nygaard compatriots and the city's kingpins at the time. He said those people thought we were on a witch. Hunt I. They didn't know how to believe that Peter Nygaard was involved in those things. The free press reported it received a threat that NYGAARDS company would sue. But Rudy radical upset that didn't affect his decision to stop Mitchell story, and he said Nygaard never called him directly, but other members of the Winnipeg business community did. Really read, aqap ultimately decided to kill any further stories about Peter Nygaard. He told US quote. I was not sure that we weren't just trying to create some sensationalism for Winnipeg. I decided not to continue with it. It was a long time ago. Things were different. You know what maybe we should have preceded, but you know we didn't. The decision was made at the time and we just have to live with it. So basically the story was was killed a story that could have been heard back back in one, thousand, nine, hundred, six, and spiked and it. It seems to have echoes with what we've learned about other powerful men. You know people like Jeffrey Epstein. And Harvey Weinstein who managed to keep their sexual assaults out of the press and secret? Yeah, exactly with them, and with Nygaard, the essential question is the same, if so many in you, public politicians police. How could it be kept a secret? Key consider the cases. We're talking about here. April telex was a quarter of a century ago Casey Allen Yana a Nygaard, rape them over forty years ago. How could it all on so long? Well, what happened there with the Winnipeg free press is the answer however in this me too era when women begin to come forward now, the floodgates open. And, so, what does Peter say? But you know the Winnipeg. Free Press Killing Story About him in ninety six. Yeah Richard. Good is one of nygaards lawyers on the record. He told US quote Mr. Nygaard was not involved in any attempt to stop the publication of story about unreliable, false and malicious allegations by MS Larson about Mr Nygaard. So, what else did I have to say about? The allegations themselves well as we always do CBC News Detailed Young Larson's allegations in a letter to the Nygaard lawyers in response lawyer j probers called the accusations completely false. He said there was of course never any formal complaints to the police or anyone else. Else and there was never any criminal charge at the time forty years ago, this was likely instigated by those involved in the criminal conspiracy against Nygaard, so he's referring to a criminal conspiracy against Nygaard. What's he referring to that? Well, that's become Peter Nygaard legal mantra through all of this at all of the women who've accused him of sexual assault or rape have been paid to lie as part of a conspiracy by nygaards neighbor in the Bahamas. An American billionaire named Luis Banking in order to destroy nygaards reputation, the to have been feuding now for more than ten years after a property dispute between them boiled over into a series of lawsuits. This is the result. But you just a few moments ago that that many of those allegations were about incidents that happened many many years ago long before this alleged disputes. So how do they square precisely? Yana April Casey? All of them described incidents. They took place ago before any of these legalities got started. The women we spoke to believe their stories which you just heard challenge Peter. Nygaard long-held defense. They say that's a big reason why they're coming forward now and just hope that police in Canada are paying attention Sokaia Dot. Mean that a chance Nygaard could be prosecuted in Canada's well well, though we know, there are criminal prosecutions in both the US in the Bahamas, Canadian police won't say whether they're investigating nygaard now or not, but think about this Peter Nygaard is a Canadian citizen. He's recently been living in Manitoba. His business now in receivership is incorporated in Canada. Legally there is no statute of limitations for rape and Canada and even if Nygaard were charged with sexual crimes, committed abroad Canada's sex tourism law means he could still be prosecuted for them here. And you'll remember Casey Allen who we heard from earlier. After! We reported her story. She told us she picked up the telephone and called the Winnipeg police to report. She'd been raped by Peter Nygaard. She has since we understand given them her statement well after all those years. What about Iana Larson in Denmark? What's it like for her to share her story right now? We spoke to Yana there in her living room in Denmark her her daughters at the seated next to her mother herself now. When we finish talking. They hugged both of them in tears. It was the first time our daughter at heard these details. And I asked John if that was partly why she was doing it. It is. I don't get anything out of telling my story except. Maybe a bit more piece inside. It's good having my daughter here as well. It's pleasant. But yet I feel good about. Her knowing it. I, asked myself some peace. After all those years. It was heartening to know at that moment that this was the beginning of the rest of her life. Bob Thanks so much for telling these stories very important work based on. Bob McEwen is co host of CBC's the Fifth Estate for more CBC PODCASTS GO TO CBC DOT CA slash podcasts..

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"nygard" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

Oh No Ross and Carrie

07:38 min | 5 months ago

"nygard" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

"We all WANNA reach the maximum happiness. Happiness in our union with somebody now and if we're for mismatched, there's going to be areas of friction and more difficulty than matched well. What happens is that we also want to be passionate in order to be passionate. What happens when people lose their passion? Another thing I ask people in the documentary is how many times do you have sex per week? What's the normal number of time? Yeah, and it turns out about once or twice for married couples per week is the norm and that makes sense because that's. That's what it would take to keep. Someone inseminated enough to have a baby over time because sperm lives about four to five days inside a woman's body with the man and the woman usually agree on how often they were having sex. Yeah, generally if they're well-matched matched. Okay, but then I would ask them. How often did you have sex? When you were first dating and it was usually two three four five times a day when they're starting out. Yes, the passion is intense, but that subsides over time because. Our bodies can't withstand that level of excitement for long periods designed to have that kind of stress. It's good stress, but it's still stress, but we still want to recapture that sometimes sometimes, the this frequency has dropped to less than once a week. Maybe it's once a month. Once a year, some couples, and some long as they're compatible on it. There are passion experts in fact I witnessed a passion seminar. It's in the book I wrote a whole chapter in the book about it. It didn't make the documentary okay when Couples WanNA rekindle their passion. These experts can get them back to fucking within two or three hours. These are good experts well. It was pretty simple what they did and what they did is they rekindled the masculine and feminine polarity that the couple had retreated from. They became similar over time. You know couples are together a long time. They become the same That's interesting that. That was the question that Christine had asked about. What happens when you start? Really Mirroring and becoming like the other person so called habituation. Yeah, you take someone for granted over time and so this passion seminar Saudi and Raja. and Suzanne Raja run these passion seminars. What they do is they split the men and women apart, and they re teach them how to be masculine and feminine, and then they bring them back together again, and they can't wait to get out of there and get back to their cars. Rooms or home? Wow sounds like a good semi. It's natural. The spark comes naturally when you retreat, or you know when when you recapture the polarity that you had lost. This is Savannah. Because I can actually apply data to this at least for my relationship, because I can't remember what it was that sparked it, but I don't know about three and a half years ago. We're having a conversation like this. Where my wife and I were sort of comparing our relative ideas of how often we had sex realizing. Oh, that's kind of hard to guess at and so I started keeping records as I do with everything in my life. I loved attract data so every time we have. Have Sex I put an entry in my calendar, and I hadn't ever looked at it and tried to pull any numbers until I watched the documentary right before we had this interview. Wow, and so I thought well. Let's go back and I'm curious now. What is the right because? I would have said it was about once. Every four days and car would agree with that too, and it turns out a very consistently over the past three years. It's been at once every four point five days. That's how long it takes. Sperm needs to be replenished because it dies it day five. The sperm die so just fell right into a biological statistic. You're you're programmed. I love your setup. Any more than that is a waste of energy. As amazing and activity when you could spend hunting for food, but I've been collecting data for all this time since. and. So you go, thank you for giving me a reason. Well I said in on the seminar and it was fascinating. If you if you want to read about, there's a whole chapter in the book that describes exactly what happens, but I suggest you take the class to because there's nothing like doing it at the end of the Class I was ready to fuck, anybody. and. I was there by myself. You know so. It was a weird is a bizarre scenario to be so amorous. After watching this seminar star numbers I like it, it's. Human beings are programmed. We have algorithms that our brain runs naturally that have evolved within us, and if you can tap into them, you can improve your life, or you can make it worse by by ignoring it, but living through science truly I love it only if you want to have better and more sex after you know if you're into year three four five, and beyond okay, so the next question from Jeremy about just the continued redefinition of marriage. Marriage and relationships, what do you think about developing trends of people having things like sex robots and virtual partners people that they only know online. How does that figure in? It's that thing where you need. It's where you get your needs met and you probably need. Several people need to meet all your needs. One person can't in most cases meet every single need you have, so we look outward to our friends and people. Have they cheat on their partners? We're GONNA. We have these compulsions that are built in. That will get stronger and stronger if they're not met in some way so a guy with sex robot. We've got needs right, and he's not getting them met, and this robot is going to meet them in some way, but as a human use, we still need human interaction so I'm a little bit skeptical of a robot. Satisfy all your needs. You might be one piece of a a band aid, but it's not going. Give you the full meal that you need the full nourishment that you need as a human being Gotcha. He also mentioned Paulie arranged, said Cetera. The nature of marriages poly-amorous is one of the people in the documentary says. Is that desire to get back to tribe It's one way that you can do it in modern society. It's interesting. Yeah, again, as long as everybody is informed oh you mentioned cheating earlier. Cheating requires doing something on the slide, being dishonest about it, and we talked about communication as long as you're able to talk about your needs. Maybe you can get there with with. Ally if you're with the right partner, there will be no need to cheat right because that means you know each other right so well that you don't need to keep anything from each other, and if sex with someone else is part of your needs well, then that's something that you're going to be honest about well. It's a part of the human need for most people. Strict monogamy isn't what we do. What most people practices serial monogamy which is essentially polygamy, except you can't keep the old one when you get the new one what is going on is is this need for genetic diversity? I'm going to choose one person to be with for the rest of my life. I'm going to do that knowing that. I'm a human being and I'm going to have a need for genetic diversity. That's going to come up in three years. So how do we address that right well? There's lots of ways role. Playing is one way to still be monogamous and yet still meet these needs that are built into us. Trying to suppress what you are, acknowledged it and deal with it in a way that's healthy and acceptable to both parties. You had one lesbian couple in the film. Did you find in in your various research? Any kind of different dynamics in all of this gay couples I started to go down the path of doing the gay couples chapter in the documentary, and then I realized it has nothing to do with gay straight or otherwise all of these principles has more to do with the same masculine feminine..

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"nygard" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

Oh No Ross and Carrie

05:41 min | 5 months ago

"nygard" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

"Design a new building. Maybe you create a new podcast or make documentary. Take your pick painting plant, a garden fourth life. What most people default to is creating a new version of themselves that they hope will grow into be a better version, and then eighteen years later or twenty or twenty-five depending how long it takes to kick them out of the basement. Back where you started going. What is my point in life? Yeah, now you're taking classes in pottery, painting or finding a way to express yourself creatively, because that's where the maximum happiness comes from positive creation of something in some way whether it's a new person or a painting, and then you offer these things to your social group, and you get feedback right from people. People I liked it. You have feedback from people who have been in relationships and show kind of different pathways that have worked for them, but also people who have worked with a lot of other people in relationships. I always think it's kind of silly that the Catholic Church will have people go to a priest for relationship advice, someone who has been prescribed from. But at least you're talking, it gets you talking. That's true. They're presenting a certain collective insight about relationships and how they're supposed to work I always see that kind of surface level absurdity, of yeah, let's go talk to someone who is not in a relationship about her relationship should be so what I like that you've done in the film and also in the book is provide that collective wisdom because there's going to be little things that are going to walk on for for some people more than other things. You never learn enough one thing that Dr got told me. Is that relationships naturally deteriorate over time? If you begin a relationship with someone, it will end. Unless you put conscious intention into it. That is the natural formula. That's entropy of relationship entropy Yeah Oh. That makes a lot of sense. You have to work on your relationship. You have to put energy into what you have to listen. You have to maybe do therapy. You have to help your partner. You GotTa do the hard work, or it's going to end, and then people end up thinking boy, what happened? I want to recapture that magic beginning in so they go through one relationship after another trying to recapture that initial excitement, because it's at the beginning and its fireworks. Yeah, we're designed to be. Be Passionate for the first three years, but then passion changes into compassion for raising children, and you need to make sure that those base compatibilities are there to survive that initial to help the transition from one phase of a relationship to another. was there anybody that you really wish you could have talked to that? You didn't get to or you. Think would be another interesting kind of sample or viewpoint into this discussion dozens. There are so many great relationship researchers like David. Bus is one of them. A mazing research on relationship dynamics. i. e mailed everybody that. That I read, and those that responded esther parral would have loved to interview, but they didn't respond. Sometimes the garments also didn't respond, and I just decided at one point I wasn't GonNa take no for an answer I had to get the gunman's okay, because the more psychologists I talked to. I realized they are all referring to John Research. If you go into therapy, they're going to use. John got men's research to help you and your relationship so I thought okay. This is the one I can't take enough, so I called and called and emailed nothing no response. Response Finally I got their publicist on the phone Katie Katie said to me, you know they just don't do interviews only come into the institute once a month, and it's just not something they do. It's not possible can't be done. I said, but I'm A. I'm a documentary filmmaker. Just there. The oracles everyone uses their research yeah I made I made a film about Star Trek. Fans for instance, and she said Oh stop John. Love Star Trek who that was my in okay, she said okay. Write a letter I saw laid it on thick Jackie's strategies try. And the agreed to an interview, and so I only had them, though for like thirty minutes, although they stretch it to forty, five or fifty once you get him in the chair, it's hard to stop talking sure, but yeah. There are many I would have loved talked to eventually. You just have to to finish the film I could go on forever got. got a release it and it can't be too long, or you have to release it. Companion set with all of the additional interviews. Yeah, I'm going to die with an unfinished. Hello, everybody! This is Ross again interrupting this interview with Roger and myself. I hope you are enjoying it, but we just got a couple of jumbotrons. Let me open this one up what does it say? 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"nygard" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

Oh No Ross and Carrie

06:16 min | 5 months ago

"nygard" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

"It's probably a mistake, and it's probably GONNA leave to the end of our species, or as they call it the the great filter, and you heard of that phrase now this is part of the FERMI paradox. Having made the six documentary six days in Roswell studying are. Here, why are they? Are they we've. We've been listening for decades. And there's not a peep coming from the sky right and it took us four and a half billion years to light up essentially so where all these civilizations that did it in three and a half. They've had thirteen billion years to get started and so. The theory that comes from that as there's something called the great filter that if a species becomes too intelligent, they ultimately self destruct, but they become able to invent the means of their own demise, and they can't help but push that button. Okay, I've certainly heard that idea suggests especially when we're in the midst of atomic fear, or we're pushing the button right now. I mean it's slow seems like a slow motion button, but we're spoiling our environment. Yeah, we're destroying slowly destroying our habitat, but you have to add that to drake's equation. Looking at habitable planets versus the number of stars in your subdividing by all these factors, one of those factors as how many advanced civilization self-destruct and one hundred percent, according to the great filter. Okay well. That's because but I can't argue against it right now. was looking to create well, we yeah. We evolved on the African Savannah to survive in that environment. And all of our behaviors that we had in that time period. Now we still have within us and many of them are adaptive, and some of them are no longer adaptive in fact, there, maladaptive for a culture that has nuclear power or has bio weapons. Or the means of its own demise, and and with every new birth, every blank slate new human emerges into the world with that same programming doesn't change much from generation to generation, so everything on top of that has to be all through nurture and society that we program. People knew all of that accumulation of of culture of advancement all has to be encoded freshly with each new generation, and if you look at the variations in that encoding, there are things like sociopaths right with her. What three to? To six percent of the population, Oh, I was hearing in hoping smaller than the two percent. Something like that. If you know twenty people, one of them is a sociopath, average and everybody's immediately thinking Oh. Yeah, why is that though, but it was adapted I, know sociopaths. It was a good thing because if you had a sociopath who could become the leader of the tribe, and you get you get into a conflict with a neighboring tribe whose leader is not a sociopath. You have an advantage because that's sociopath. Will lead you into battle. In such a way mercilessly win. That's a successful strategy. At least when it's at a certain sustainable percentage of the population, if everybody as things fall apart yet works at a small percentage that's why never goes above it stays at at around that small percentage, and now sociopaths in charge of nuclear weapons or the economy, or whatever can be. Really badly for the other ninety eight percent, or whatever it is, yeah, you kind of want a sociopath, though if you go in for surgery. Or a pilot. Who's flying your airplane? Someone who's emotions aren't getting into the operation of their skill or your Wall Street advisor. A successful. Wall Street plan is not one that involves emotions. It involves following the plan which leads me question number two from Kerry define a double blind study. Well you've got to have two groups. Okay. One gets the real pill and one doesn't get the real pill. They get a placebo. And then you can compare the results and see if there is a statistical result. That's a very good answer. The reason we ask that is because carried an interview recently with with a medical intuitive, and she claimed to be the most tested the most verified of her ilk, and she kept mentioning all these double blinded studies that she had been. She didn't know what it was this she'd been involved with. She had no idea she thought it meant doing an experiment and then checking back later on what the results were. I Love Science I have a voracious appetite for reading I read every day every night before I go to sleep in making my documentary the truth about marriage I started out by reading stack of books, five feet tall, the same thing with the nature of existence I read every book. I could get my hands on, and I'm no expert. I'm not a scientist. Have PhD in these things. I'm just curious. I'm a guy with a lot of questions and you know which. which questions to ask, we'll have absorbed a lot and I go where my curiosity takes me and I will be the first to admit if I don't know something and I don't know a lot. In fact, I'm just smart enough to know what an idiot I am. That's a healthy position. Well, you pass you. You very well described a double blind study well. I happened to read about that one thing I mean so. I got one to get the next one. That's okay. There's no more questions here about the capital of North Dakota anything. BISMARCK got it perfect grew up in Minnesota. Oh. Hey, okay, yeah, close enough. What the capital of Minnesota you about this? Because most people would want to say Minneapolis and they'd be wrong. It's not wait. Let me think about those twin cities. What's the other one? Yeah, Saint Paul. Yes, okay, well done, or Ross is way smarter than me people. Would not would not venture that. Excellent I'm impressing. Our listeners are impressed now. They know that they can take you serious. Yeah well don't take me seriously because I am a goofball. This is Ross interrupting myself and Roger. I hope you're having a good time, but wanted to tell you real quick about websites that's. A dream is just a great idea. That doesn't have a website yet. Make it a reality squarespace. You've heard of squarespace.com before..

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"nygard" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

Oh No Ross and Carrie

06:08 min | 5 months ago

"nygard" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

"Hello and welcome to Ono Rawson carry the show where we don't just report on for in science, spirituality and claims of the paranormal, but take pride ourselves Yup when they make the claims. We show up, so you don't have to I'm Ross. Blocher Book People Today. We don't have carry with us can't steal it from last week and then put her part. In I guess so. Yeah, we could just keep borrowing that audio. The other person you hearing. Hearing right now. Is None other than Roger Nygaard? If people are panicking right now, where's Gary Yeah Panic I'm sorry, but you know she's done a few episodes without me I've done some so before, too. So vacations are due for everybody. There's precedent for this. Actually. This is relevant to our conversation. Today. Carry is celebrating her anniversary with drew her intended, and we're GONNA. Be Talking about a related topics. We say we royally. We are here with. With Roger Nygaard today who you may remember if you've listened to the entire show, you were the guest for our eighth episode. Eighth Episode Ever Wow if anybody's listening and his listen to every show since then you deserve a medal. Yeah, because a lot of shows, people have, and they deserve medals. Yeah, or at least a merit badge, a ribbon. Yeah, that was back in two thousand eleven when we started and we were talking to you then about. About the nature of existence, a documentary that you had created at that time you were exploring the depths of why we're here. All these deep questions was eighty, four, eighty three. There were a lot of questions. Yeah, I had a somewhere above eighty ninety questions that I asked everybody all my interview subjects, and squeezed it all into one documentary called the nature of existence. My core question, though above all those sub questions was. Why do we exist? What is our purpose here? Why are we supposed to do big topic in I? Set out to solve it and you did age-old existentialist question philosophers have been wrestling with it for centuries and I went out and solved. You didn't give away the answer on that episode, so you still have to watch that documentary. If you want to know the answer, but it's very socratic in that you, the the what I try to do is lead the viewer in a direction, so you can make your own decision or come to a realization on your own without me. Preaching to you, here's the answer well. That's smart. Because I think you were right to resist. Giving it on a silver platter because it doesn't work that way. However, when I made my next documentary, we may talk about today. The truth about marriage at the end I just stood up and said okay. Here's the answer. In case you missed it. Stop everything here. It is, and you did okay, so it's an eighty two minute documentary, the truth about marriage and you do you solve it? You talk to lots of experts and a lot of couples. Trying to think of couples as the correct collective term, yeah couples, but there's some complicated dynamic, because not everybody's relationship is the same. That's not a pejorative yet, but at the end of the documentary. Yes, you do solve it exactly what the truth is about marriage. I didn't know the answer when I sent out and I I become obsessed with what I'm doing wrong way. I'm such a failure. Hold on, you're leading me into interesting conversation and I haven't finished. Finished introducing you yet? We should also say by the way on that episode when we talk you us. I realized that was the first time that carried the name swap. She loves this every down then she decides to claim that she is Ross Blocher and I am thus forced by process of elimination to Declare Myself Carrie poppy. That was the first time she did it. So you're part of a tradition and now I think this'll be episode two hundred fifty. Fifty crime any yeah, podcast thing you have to keep putting him out. Sake, which means we've had all kinds of crazy adventures since we talked to you last heavens Tibet's. You've heard about we've kept. You kept you up today? I've listened I have not listened to all two hundred and fifty, but I've done my share. I won't make a medal for you, but I'm impressed. I really enjoyed though I. Mean when you guys dig into something like scientology and you. You have whole run of confrontations. Yes, let's you do the first one you have to listen to the rest. Like. Where's this going? Oh, good? Okay. That's what we're hoping to get. Young her speaking of Scientology. I have a goldenrod sheet here with some questions from Kerry for you. The aforementioned carry poppy, the aforementioned who is with us in spirit, but is physically withdrew celebrating I should also mention that you've directed many other projects. People know you for trekkies. Documentary star trek fans delved into the world of Star Trek. Everyone wants to understand that better to. There's a truck. He's to trekkies, trekkies two. That's where I cut my teeth on documentary, filmmaking and I didn't realize until just a couple of days ago that you also directed six days in Roswell I produced an edited that film and it's about Roswell. As gathered from the title. We went to Roswell new. Mexico in one, thousand, nine hundred. Hundred Ninety Seven, which was the fiftieth anniversary of the alleged crash of an alien spaceship in Roswell. New Mexico nineteen forty seven s when they had their first gigantic celebration where the town went alien, mad, insane alien. You can get everything from alien beef. Jerky to alien pencils alien beer. They've got museums there and we were there to documented, and all the experts came there. All the you apologists. Yeah, you talked to Stanton. Friedman right right. On our show, we met him. We have him on the show. That films coming out again this year. By the way, is it yeah, my films are being released that I've restored six days in Roswell and suckers suckers about car salesmen. Yeah, okay, well I need to watch both of those, and I may have to talk to you more about you're gonNA love Roswell. Absolutely. When my son and I went on a cross country field trip, we stopped in Roswell. Roswell went to the museum. You know amazing. No, yes, we picked up a little hitchhiker that road along with us in the car. This is crazy. It's great. It's wonderful and then every July fourth weekend. That's when the celebration is. And what better place is there to go? See a July fourth celebration in Roswell New Mexico absolutely just to give some more of your bone afi days. You've also directed an episode of the office. Correct the Bernie Mac show. You've edited for Grey's Anatomy the League whose America veep curb your enthusiasm all the above, guilty, pretty particular.

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Ross Meets Roger Nygard: The Truth About Marriage

Oh No Ross and Carrie

06:08 min | 5 months ago

Ross Meets Roger Nygard: The Truth About Marriage

"Hello and welcome to Ono Rawson carry the show where we don't just report on for in science, spirituality and claims of the paranormal, but take pride ourselves Yup when they make the claims. We show up, so you don't have to I'm Ross. Blocher Book People Today. We don't have carry with us can't steal it from last week and then put her part. In I guess so. Yeah, we could just keep borrowing that audio. The other person you hearing. Hearing right now. Is None other than Roger Nygaard? If people are panicking right now, where's Gary Yeah Panic I'm sorry, but you know she's done a few episodes without me I've done some so before, too. So vacations are due for everybody. There's precedent for this. Actually. This is relevant to our conversation. Today. Carry is celebrating her anniversary with drew her intended, and we're GONNA. Be Talking about a related topics. We say we royally. We are here with. With Roger Nygaard today who you may remember if you've listened to the entire show, you were the guest for our eighth episode. Eighth Episode Ever Wow if anybody's listening and his listen to every show since then you deserve a medal. Yeah, because a lot of shows, people have, and they deserve medals. Yeah, or at least a merit badge, a ribbon. Yeah, that was back in two thousand eleven when we started and we were talking to you then about. About the nature of existence, a documentary that you had created at that time you were exploring the depths of why we're here. All these deep questions was eighty, four, eighty three. There were a lot of questions. Yeah, I had a somewhere above eighty ninety questions that I asked everybody all my interview subjects, and squeezed it all into one documentary called the nature of existence. My core question, though above all those sub questions was. Why do we exist? What is our purpose here? Why are we supposed to do big topic in I? Set out to solve it and you did age-old existentialist question philosophers have been wrestling with it for centuries and I went out and solved. You didn't give away the answer on that episode, so you still have to watch that documentary. If you want to know the answer, but it's very socratic in that you, the the what I try to do is lead the viewer in a direction, so you can make your own decision or come to a realization on your own without me. Preaching to you, here's the answer well. That's smart. Because I think you were right to resist. Giving it on a silver platter because it doesn't work that way. However, when I made my next documentary, we may talk about today. The truth about marriage at the end I just stood up and said okay. Here's the answer. In case you missed it. Stop everything here. It is, and you did okay, so it's an eighty two minute documentary, the truth about marriage and you do you solve it? You talk to lots of experts and a lot of couples. Trying to think of couples as the correct collective term, yeah couples, but there's some complicated dynamic, because not everybody's relationship is the same. That's not a pejorative yet, but at the end of the documentary. Yes, you do solve it exactly what the truth is about marriage. I didn't know the answer when I sent out and I I become obsessed with what I'm doing wrong way. I'm such a failure. Hold on, you're leading me into interesting conversation and I haven't finished. Finished introducing you yet? We should also say by the way on that episode when we talk you us. I realized that was the first time that carried the name swap. She loves this every down then she decides to claim that she is Ross Blocher and I am thus forced by process of elimination to Declare Myself Carrie poppy. That was the first time she did it. So you're part of a tradition and now I think this'll be episode two hundred fifty. Fifty crime any yeah, podcast thing you have to keep putting him out. Sake, which means we've had all kinds of crazy adventures since we talked to you last heavens Tibet's. You've heard about we've kept. You kept you up today? I've listened I have not listened to all two hundred and fifty, but I've done my share. I won't make a medal for you, but I'm impressed. I really enjoyed though I. Mean when you guys dig into something like scientology and you. You have whole run of confrontations. Yes, let's you do the first one you have to listen to the rest. Like. Where's this going? Oh, good? Okay. That's what we're hoping to get. Young her speaking of Scientology. I have a goldenrod sheet here with some questions from Kerry for you. The aforementioned carry poppy, the aforementioned who is with us in spirit, but is physically withdrew celebrating I should also mention that you've directed many other projects. People know you for trekkies. Documentary star trek fans delved into the world of Star Trek. Everyone wants to understand that better to. There's a truck. He's to trekkies, trekkies two. That's where I cut my teeth on documentary, filmmaking and I didn't realize until just a couple of days ago that you also directed six days in Roswell I produced an edited that film and it's about Roswell. As gathered from the title. We went to Roswell new. Mexico in one, thousand, nine hundred. Hundred Ninety Seven, which was the fiftieth anniversary of the alleged crash of an alien spaceship in Roswell. New Mexico nineteen forty seven s when they had their first gigantic celebration where the town went alien, mad, insane alien. You can get everything from alien beef. Jerky to alien pencils alien beer. They've got museums there and we were there to documented, and all the experts came there. All the you apologists. Yeah, you talked to Stanton. Friedman right right. On our show, we met him. We have him on the show. That films coming out again this year. By the way, is it yeah, my films are being released that I've restored six days in Roswell and suckers suckers about car salesmen. Yeah, okay, well I need to watch both of those, and I may have to talk to you more about you're gonNA love Roswell. Absolutely. When my son and I went on a cross country field trip, we stopped in Roswell. Roswell went to the museum. You know amazing. No, yes, we picked up a little hitchhiker that road along with us in the car. This is crazy. It's great. It's wonderful and then every July fourth weekend. That's when the celebration is. And what better place is there to go? See a July fourth celebration in Roswell New Mexico absolutely just to give some more of your bone afi days. You've also directed an episode of the office. Correct the Bernie Mac show. You've edited for Grey's Anatomy the League whose America veep curb your enthusiasm all the above, guilty, pretty particular.

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"nygard" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

Oh No Ross and Carrie

05:46 min | 5 months ago

"nygard" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

"Hello and welcome to Ono Rawson carry the show where we don't just report on for in science, spirituality and claims of the paranormal, but take pride ourselves Yup when they make the claims. We show up, so you don't have to I'm Ross. Blocher Book People Today. We don't have carry with us can't steal it from last week and then put her part. In I guess so. Yeah, we could just keep borrowing that audio. The other person you hearing. Hearing right now. Is None other than Roger Nygaard? If people are panicking right now, where's Gary Yeah Panic I'm sorry, but you know she's done a few episodes without me I've done some so before, too. So vacations are due for everybody. There's precedent for this. Actually. This is relevant to our conversation. Today. Carry is celebrating her anniversary with drew her intended, and we're GONNA. Be Talking about a related topics. We say we royally. We are here with. With Roger Nygaard today who you may remember if you've listened to the entire show, you were the guest for our eighth episode. Eighth Episode Ever Wow if anybody's listening and his listen to every show since then you deserve a medal. Yeah, because a lot of shows, people have, and they deserve medals. Yeah, or at least a merit badge, a ribbon. Yeah, that was back in two thousand eleven when we started and we were talking to you then about. About the nature of existence, a documentary that you had created at that time you were exploring the depths of why we're here. All these deep questions was eighty, four, eighty three. There were a lot of questions. Yeah, I had a somewhere above eighty ninety questions that I asked everybody all my interview subjects, and squeezed it all into one documentary called the nature of existence. My core question, though above all those sub questions was. Why do we exist? What is our purpose here? Why are we supposed to do big topic in I? Set out to solve it and you did age-old existentialist question philosophers have been wrestling with it for centuries and I went out and solved. You didn't give away the answer on that episode, so you still have to watch that documentary. If you want to know the answer, but it's very socratic in that you, the the what I try to do is lead the viewer in a direction, so you can make your own decision or come to a realization on your own without me. Preaching to you, here's the answer well. That's smart. Because I think you were right to resist. Giving it on a silver platter because it doesn't work that way. However, when I made my next documentary, we may talk about today. The truth about marriage at the end I just stood up and said okay. Here's the answer. In case you missed it. Stop everything here. It is, and you did okay, so it's an eighty two minute documentary, the truth about marriage and you do you solve it? You talk to lots of experts and a lot of couples. Trying to think of couples as the correct collective term, yeah couples, but there's some complicated dynamic, because not everybody's relationship is the same. That's not a pejorative yet, but at the end of the documentary. Yes, you do solve it exactly what the truth is about marriage. I didn't know the answer when I sent out and I I become obsessed with what I'm doing wrong way. I'm such a failure. Hold on, you're leading me into interesting conversation and I haven't finished. Finished introducing you yet? We should also say by the way on that episode when we talk you us. I realized that was the first time that carried the name swap. She loves this every down then she decides to claim that she is Ross Blocher and I am thus forced by process of elimination to Declare Myself Carrie poppy. That was the first time she did it. So you're part of a tradition and now I think this'll be episode two hundred fifty. Fifty crime any yeah, podcast thing you have to keep putting him out. Sake, which means we've had all kinds of crazy adventures since we talked to you last heavens Tibet's. You've heard about we've kept. You kept you up today? I've listened I have not listened to all two hundred and fifty, but I've done my share. I won't make a medal for you, but I'm impressed. I really enjoyed though I. Mean when you guys dig into something like scientology and you. You have whole run of confrontations. Yes, let's you do the first one you have to listen to the rest. Like. Where's this going? Oh, good? Okay. That's what we're hoping to get. Young her speaking of Scientology. I have a goldenrod sheet here with some questions from Kerry for you. The aforementioned carry poppy, the aforementioned who is with us in spirit, but is physically withdrew celebrating I should also mention that you've directed many other projects. People know you for trekkies. Documentary star trek fans delved into the world of Star Trek. Everyone wants to understand that better to. There's a truck. He's to trekkies, trekkies two. That's where I cut my teeth on documentary, filmmaking and I didn't realize until just a couple of days ago that you also directed six days in Roswell I produced an edited that film and it's about Roswell. As gathered from the title. We went to Roswell new. Mexico in one, thousand, nine hundred. Hundred Ninety Seven, which was the fiftieth anniversary of the alleged crash of an alien spaceship in Roswell. New Mexico nineteen forty seven s when they had their first gigantic celebration where the town went alien, mad, insane alien. You can get everything from alien beef. Jerky to alien pencils alien beer. They've got museums there and we were there to documented, and all the experts came there. All the you apologists. Yeah, you talked to Stanton. Friedman right right. On our show, we met him. We have him on the show. That films coming out again this year. By the way, is it yeah, my films are being released that I've restored six days in Roswell and suckers suckers about car salesmen. Yeah, okay, well I need to watch both of those, and I may have to talk to you more about you're gonNA love Roswell. Absolutely. When my son and I went on a cross country field trip, we stopped in Roswell. Roswell went to the museum. You know amazing. No, yes, we picked up a little hitchhiker that road along with us in the car. This is crazy. It's great. It's wonderful and then every July fourth weekend. That's when the celebration is. And what better place is there to go?.

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"nygard" Discussed on Front Burner

Front Burner

03:13 min | 7 months ago

"nygard" Discussed on Front Burner

"So like essentially when Niagara is responding to these allegations. He saying that he didn't do any of this. That THIS BILLIONAIRE LOUIS. Bacon that he has this longstanding beef with is the one driving these I basically is he saying therre lies. He is saying they're lying. He saying they're all lies and they've they've been put up to this by by Louis Bagan as part of this giant food and you know it's become messy because there are allegations that a couple of them have changed their stories that they actually said they were lying so there are. There are some examples where it gets messy. It gets cloudy. And it's it's true to say that Louis Bacon his financially contributed to what's going on but what people also say is just because someone financially contributes to. Someone doesn't mean necessarily that it's all a lie and he says he says he couldn't not help that it would take someone like me with my resources to stand up to someone like Peter Nygaard and I couldn't look the other way and I'm not going to apologize for what I've done and now we know the FBI is also interested and in what's going on and we also know that the police in the Bahamas are interested in going on what's going on. It's just Louis Bacon and it's not just lawsuit New York they're actually authorities involved as well and Bob. What do we know about these ongoing investigations? Well we know that there is a criminal investigation in the US because the FBI is rated his office in New York and in in Los Angeles We also know Tim discovered and reported that there is an ongoing criminal investigation in the Bahamas as well. Which is notable because It's been said that politicians and police officers go to his pamper parties on occasion. Well we know that that was true because there's video tape of some of those people at Nygaard key enjoying Mr nygaards hospitality. So this is all part of this ongoing controversy surrounding Peter. Nygaard was interesting is in the environmental case. Nygaard has been convicted of contempt of court. Because he didn't show up in court to be tried that he was given a a sentence and Sentence that would increase by five thousand dollars in fines a day if he didn't show up while he hasn't shown up for a couple of years more or less now also he can't go to the Bahamas. He can't go back to his palatial estate Without being arrested I so he can't go back to. It's called NYGARD key right. You can't go back. And that's what people have said is one of the turning points in this when the government actually took a stand because he had a fair bit of support in the Bahamas. And you know we've been told. He used for money and influence to build that support that conviction was described as the turning point and when that became public there was sort of a public message in the. Bahamas that that it was received anyways that Peter. Nygaard didn't have the power he used to have. And that's maybe one of the reasons why we see this criminal investigation going on in the Bahamas now as well. Okay well I certainly hope you'll both come back onto the show and we can talk about it as a really important story. Thank you so much for joining me..

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"nygard" Discussed on Front Burner

Front Burner

01:44 min | 7 months ago

"nygard" Discussed on Front Burner

"Bob. Let's get into these conspiracy theories that you have brought up. Yeah and it's been called the battle of the billionaires because liberally speaking Peter Nygaard is or was and a number of his neighbors are in that category especially as next door neighbor on Lyford cay outside NASA a man named Luis Bacon who is a Wall Street Hedge Fund billionaire than now retired but recently retired. And you've got Peter Nygaard. Who has these wild parties? And according to people in the vicinity naked young women are staggering home afterwards or looking for help naked looking for help after these parties. So that was a lightning rod in the community. Then there was the environmental issue. That's Tim described where he was effectively charged by his neighbors and ultimately convicted on the charge of dredging up public beach to enlarge his own land to expand his own beach. So that's the heart of it and I think it's fair to say that there was indeed a community uprising against Peter Niagara but Louis Bacon. Who's at the heart of says that he learned about these young women and what had happened to them and he couldn't ignore it so he did. In fact contribute to an organization that is helping Bam and that helped them to come forward and tell their stories. Nygaard is saying that that's the conspiracy. They're telling their stories. Because Louis Bacon is behind it all because he is is financially.

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"nygard" Discussed on Front Burner

Front Burner

03:39 min | 7 months ago

"nygard" Discussed on Front Burner

"Timothy. Bob mentioned this property in the Bahamas. I know that you've been there to investigate it. Can you tell me a little bit more about what it's like? I mean there's nothing I've ever seen like in my life. He actually describes it as the eighth wonder of the world. I don't know if I'd go that far. But it is definitely unique. It is so it's on the westernmost point of new providence. Island in the Bahamas. The location is a stunning. Anything could ever be. There are hundreds of meters of beaches. Like you've never seen the architectures sorta styled after the Mayan style. There are my temples. There are three stories statues of Giant Eagles and lions. And there are these these sort of Cabanas that jot out over. The ocean made out of glass and stone. It is something pretty incredible. We filmed it from from both abode in from the air. So I've seen quite a bit of it but it's also interesting. It's also the location that became sort of the lightning rod as his story began to unravel. This is where it it. All is sort of ground zero where the allegations start and they've expanded out from and I think this brings us to the lawsuit right. Bob mentioned that you had investigated Peter. Nygaard for other allegations before but now. There's this new lawsuit forty-six women have signed onto it. And what are these women alleging Timothy? You're right this is where it all kind of explodes. So this this home in the Bahamas. He would have these. These pamper parties. That Bob talked about these weekly parties. He would have and the allegations stem from those parties. He oddly enough was in the middle of an environmental fight with the government of the Bahamas for illegally expanding his beaches and out of that fight. These women started to come forward to the lawyers were told to say look. This is about way more than environmental problems. There are some very serious things that have gone on and that spiraled into this international class action lawsuit. That's based in New York where now total of forty six women have come forward. It started with ten women mostly from the Bahamas one woman from the US and now we have a number of Canadians. Who signed on just last week. He lost it was expanded. There were at least seventeen Canadians. Who signed onto this lawsuit as well and the details. What they went through are pretty horrific Thaad. Can you tell me a little bit about what these women are alleging? Well we've spoken to a number of them face to face. We've seen the videotape statements. They've made to the court for many more. Tim's rid thousands of pages literally of court documents describing these allegations. Each of them may be different in a certain way. But there's a certain pattern to them as well they they all talk about usually being lured to Mr Nygaard soften at his pamper parties by a recruiter. Somebody from his staff that goes out to to get women of a certain age and a certain look and There are recurring charges that they are drugged when they are there and and made available to him for sexual purposes. They're told that they've been invited. Because they're attractive. Young women and and NYGAARDS looking for potential models all of them alleged that they were brought specifically to become a sexual object for the for the pleasure of Peter Nygaard. And you know if you're squeamish put your hands over your ears for the next fifteen seconds It's it's vaginal rape. It's anal rape. It is oral rape and in a number of cases they described Peter Nygaard requesting or demanding that they urinate or defecate.

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"nygard" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

05:39 min | 9 months ago

"nygard" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Lindstrom Bradley trainer we have a name for those celebrities behaving badly in that name is we had a bang Peter Nygard I mean that's a man name and it's a big barn so who's Peter Nygard as well this whole thing for art fashion mogul and disgusting human being according to allegations made that I'm not going to read to you online or the radio or anywhere for that matter anywhere because I just had to suffer through them fashion mogul and disgusting human Peter Nygard is stepping down this is the hauling we learned yesterday from the head of R. as the head of his international women's clothing empire founded now he is a Canadian born multi millionaire from current downs noted discuss discussing human and here's what a spokesperson for the wealthy playboy and creepers Lloyd said quote recognizing the priority of the welfare of the thousands of Nygard employees retail partners loyal customers vendors suppliers and business partners Peter Nygard has made the decision to step down as chairman of the Nygaard companies and will divest its ownership interest actually no I think it's because he's being yeah he's gross the so I do just want to say I do feel for the PR person who had yeah up that load of do do and share it with even tell your world it was okay like it was a six course fancy dinner just even a wonderful sandwich right that was it due to stamp it was because you know in this person's mind there like he nasty it's disgusting he has to step down because he's gross now and he's going to get himself in bigger trouble why he nasty is because of a February thirteen federal lawsuit by ten unidentified women and thank god I into unidentified because the things that they were forced to go through allegedly will kill a PC I said during the break literally not a piece of me just died reading this so at the very least I can tell you that he's being accused of raping ten unidentified women and they're they're in is why his offices were raided which is then why he stepped down and that's why we're talking about it today now the other thing that mostly makes him a D. bag so I read the story and like again he's gross he's more than a D. bag he's a criminal D. bag but in addition the reason I selected him for the purposes of this segment is that at the very end of this New York Post article and then I would maybe just want to revisit some nasty thing in a moment but at now the end of this article says the following words sit with us okay Nygard that is Peter Nygard the guy accused of raping several women on his creepy Bahama mansion island thing was that sound like Jeffrey Katzenberg okay not in command of the same person anyway Nygard blames the lawsuit and the federal probe when I guess when he blames everything on no I don't I just say okay here's off the bandage on neighbor and hedge fund billionaire Louis bacon who's been involved in a years long legal battle with night guard over there Bahamian properties he's blaming it on a neighbor dispute back I won't trim is palm trees on my fancy Ireland so he's trying to take me down saying I'm a weird sex freak I had a file on a rapist and a you're not even and that's true it's not even just these ten women who have formally meet a lawsuit yeah I mean whose students have brought federal charges yes it's not that's not those are not the only women who are speaking of this other people have yeah noted his creeper creepy I city hello do you like really you want me to take me down this road Peter Nygard actually yes please do how this is all the fault of somebody else that he found a ten this is a life yeah like come on so he's going to make up all these stories right this is the thing that I love that rich and powerful people do which is like a gaslight yes thank you yeah I mean like it when you say love it I don't think you merely want to snuggle with it and take it out to dinner no no I was gonna make another joke and I'm not because it's gross and I can because it's just not nasty can I tell you though of the things I can tell you about Peter Nygard in lest you think lest you think we're making this up he's an almost a billionaire he has this like Bahamian island creepy mansion see now it's now it's destroyed I blame Peter Nygard for now destroying my desire to have a life to have a private island because really all the private island can be is a place for you to hide all your nastiness yeah I just wanna let you know do a little googling about Peter Nygard area cited to Google Jeffrey.

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"nygard" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

03:08 min | 10 months ago

"nygard" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Peter Nygard Times Square offices as part of a sex trafficking investigation Wilder says the raiders like devils Detroit scattered showers fifty degrees on Tuesday February twenty fifth good afternoon Michael Wallace CBS news next more than just the headline this is WCBS newsradio eight it's three o'clock CBS news on the hour sponsored by rocket mortgage by quicken loans I'm Pam Coulter seven democratic presidential hopefuls will make their case to South Carolina voters at tonight's debate in Charleston coming off a win in Nevada Bernie Sanders leads in total delegates CBS's Caitlin Huey burns says Sanders can expect friendly fire from its competitors he's considered now the front runner in this race having just won this event at caucuses and the New Hampshire primary and having done well in Iowa as well he's going into tonight with a big target on his back several of his rivals especially Michael Bloomberg really want to go after him it's considered a make or break contest for former vice president Joe Biden CBS news political contributor Linda Tran not only does he have to win he has to win big we're talking double digits here this is the narrative that his own campaign sad about how it sets them apart from the rest of the pack but he has this appeal with black voters in particular that is very different from the rest of the field president trump says the corona viruses very well under control in the US but bipartisan members of the Senate wonder at the White House request for two and a half billion dollars is enough to put up defenses against the virus Washington state Democrat Patty Murray I am very concerned that this is not only inadequate into terms of numbers but in terms of specifics of what we're gonna need a we need to know that health officials say there will be more cases in the U. S. the virus has pummeled the stock market and is affecting the broader financial world CBS's but Michigan reports J. P. Morgan is restricting business travel to and from Italy that's according to a company memo that was sent to employees the memo also mandated that JPMorgan employees in Europe the Middle East and Africa who had visited northern Italy in the last two weeks and had shown flu like symptoms would have to work from home even those employees with no symptoms who visited the twelve impacted municipalities in northern Italy we'll have to work remotely for the next two weeks but Michigan CBS news they're called the silence breakers nearly ninety women have gone public with allegations of sexual assault and harassment by Harvey Weinstein many reacted to the guilty verdict in his New York rape trial among them actress Rosanna Arquette now we know that if we dare to speak there's a far greater chance we will be heard and our users will be punished Weinstein also faces similar charges in LA it's Mardi Gras New Orleans thousands of people packed the streets of the French Quarter to enjoy music watch parades and grab all those beads thrown from floats on Wall Street the Dow is down seven oh three this.

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"nygard" Discussed on Atheist Nomads

Atheist Nomads

04:17 min | 10 months ago

"nygard" Discussed on Atheist Nomads

"Designed to close distance between two good compatible Chemical matches could genetic mates and then you're designed to Seek a new mate or If you like in the old days and everyone lived in a tribe and everyone was meeting with everybody. Anyone any child could be belong to anybody. Everyone's working to raise the children together. It was a it was a cooperative venture and women didn't have to worry that if their husband died that they'd be destitute. Where would be able to take care of themselves? The tribe takes care of everybody so there was much more cohesion and less anxiety and Christopher Ryan who wrote sex at dawn. His new book is called civilized to death in his thesis in. That book is how we think that we've got this utopia but his argument is that if the yardstick is how happy are we? We've got things much worse now because hunter gatherers worked. Fewer hours had better. Health had a better social environment than we do now. Because we're all working more hours. Were more anxious. We eat worse or diet is worse. We have all these diseases that were unheard of in nomadic cultures. Yeah but the cultures had their own diseases. Far fewer and far more likely to starve. The the starving sing is a concern. But it's actually better for human beings to have Lean Times your body is designed to go through some lean times and put their longevity studies shows. But there's no better. There's a really big difference between having a complex agricultural society dealing with a famine where it gets lean and nomadic tribe who has nothing and they all starved. How generally how work? Because in this complex society they would put all their eggs in one basket or all of their feeds on three crops and if they failed they had nothing to fall back on whereas hunter-gatherers had hundreds of options for things to eat and if something was bullying one year they had plenty of other things in abundance that they could switch to cause eight such a wide variety of things in some cases. Definitely Work Aces. That didn't have have a lot of righty desert. Nomads and Arctic nomads. For sure Very low of the beauty of nomad if there if lean you move on till you find places which with of with abundant. It's hard to imagine what it was like one hundred thousand years ago when there was only maybe a hundred million humans scattered throughout the globe. Yeah put billions but I really think that The your friend there has way too rosy of view of the past the reason the population was pretty static at around one hundred million. Humans was because the natural environment couldn't support more so if the population went up. People Starve. And there'd be fewer people. You're not wrong that the carrying capacity of the planet is probably two hundred million without electricity and so Groups of people or tribes. Were they were aware of this. And they Their biggest problem was Infant mortality That's the one thing that we we've certainly got covered much better than they did. And so for Tila was important. They needed to have a lot of babies to make up for that. And there would be right. There'd be a climate change over the long term and so they'd have to move and unexpected events but they.

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"nygard" Discussed on Atheist Nomads

Atheist Nomads

07:40 min | 10 months ago

"nygard" Discussed on Atheist Nomads

"Men can't get pregnant only women can and so if you look at religious texts like the Bible the Torah for example You'll see that adultery thin but it's only really thin for women not for men right and we have the disadvantage that The tour of Bible in Koran were all written in a very geographically smaller true. They're all branches of the same tree by very similar cultures. Yeah but you'll find this Pervasively across human cultures. Yeah this idea of Virginity and Trying to prevent women or to control women's Sexuality Ancient Rome definitely had some of those concepts as well Ancient Greece did too and this is only of course discover agriculture at most ten thousand years ago so if you may have been around for two hundred thousand years that's only the most recent ten percent of human history has marriage as we know it then a concept so the vast majority ninety percent of human history we existed without it in much more of a communal environment where everybody shared Of course we've changed a lot in those ten thousand years. Culture has absolutely. We're still the same as we were if you took a baby today and swapped it with a baby from one hundred thousand years ago. They'd be identical in terms of of their potential largely so But would have still have a lot of of Distinctions particularly with the climate disease and Diet and those are just the true that different immune immunities and things have been necessary once we domesticated animals and lived in crowded environments in high population density. But as far as their instinct and intelligence et CETERA. There'd be virtually no difference though it'd be minuscule differences if even that. Yeah but yeah. The our cultures are rapidly changing constantly as our technology changes. And that's why we're continually having to adapt and feeling frustrated. Trying to find an that's why monogamy is the rule monogamy came about because what came after tribal sharing naturally was polygamy as some men generally became more wealthy than others acquired more land more resources more allies and therefore they could take for themselves more wise than concubine we got kings and Pharaohs and sultans with thousand or five thousand sometimes wives and see mostly concubine usually a small number of special wives. But when you've got someone who's got five thousand women all to himself that means you've got five thousand young men with no women which creates some very frustrated young men and it's not good for society it makes us very unstable and so at some point even the king began to realize. It's better for me if my kingdom is stable. So the new rule is one man one wife for everybody including the king and that's where monogamy came from so all of the Multiple sexual partners had to go underground. Which if and if you look at like Ancient Rome and Greece were largely monogamous while the Levant Middle East were largely polygamous then even that monogamous environment was probably more socially monogamous than actually monogamous. But they were also much more peaceful in those time. Periods is pretty peaceful stable societies until the Persian Persians in Carthage. Start Messing with them. Yes but that that kind of does hold hold that the the more monogamous societies. We're more stable and yeah Y- everybody's got an opportunity to get them in in if it's not enough they get something else on the side especially got a lot of money yes and you can pay to clean up the mess all right there. There was a little bit that that you touched on with How some of the the modern issues. That couples are dealing with weren't problems. One hundred years ago you talked to your even Talk to your grandma. Some yes in her when she was a hundred years old So what what would you say is kind of some of the big changes that have made things more difficult or make things easier. I did ask my my grandmother about love if she when she married my grandfather y first of all. Why did she get married? I asked her and she said well. That's what people did back. Then she was when she was seventeen. I think seventeen or eighteen. There was a knock at the door one day and there was a guy at the door that no one in her family had met before. And he said my name's Carlton Nygaard and I'm here to marry your daughter and She said when he joined the family. And did you ever talk about love? You did no. We never talked about that compatibility as far more important. You could be in love with somebody and if you find out if he doesn't wash his feet when you're in bed it's never gonNA work out. This whole idea of marriage for love is a new invention. That's about one hundred and sixty years old according to the historian in this idea that human their special. I have a birthday. My happiness is important. I am unique and special and I deserve happiness. That's a brand new idea. Human history. Several hundred years ago it was. I need to survive And that was the end of the list. What do I have to do to survive? What's the best solution in? The vast majority will just WanNa make sure that he didn't get killed by the Lord ruling over them. You need allies. You need to be have being. Someone's good favor. You need to win battles if they're conflict and you're better you can survive better when you have a partner. So that's one brand new idea this idea of love and so no wonder people get kind of concerned when this intense feeling that that is natural at the beginning of a relationship starts to wane over time which in the documentary. I ask people how many times is normal to have sex per week and the married couples all were generally around once maybe twice a week some were once a year but when I said all right what about when you were first dating and they all said once or twice up to five times a day when you're in that initial really passionate excitement. Everyone agrees that draw the passion drops off because passion turns to compassion because you have to switch to child-rearing and then people start to miss the passion or they think that something's wrong or but we're not designed to to have continual passion were designed to passionate.

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"nygard" Discussed on Atheist Nomads

Atheist Nomads

05:37 min | 10 months ago

"nygard" Discussed on Atheist Nomads

"About who hawes please be advised. Welcome to another episode of atheist. Nomads Dustin and joining me in a little. Bit will be filmmaker. Roger Nygaard and like I'm GonNa say the starch. 'cause I guess probably shouldn't say it now but yeah he's somebody wanted had on the show for a long time and finally got him on. That was kind of holding off for him to get this film done. And it's done now. We'll talk a little bit about more about that before. We actually get to the interview talking about it before that. I'm I'm definitely liking not having to look at the news as much. It is definitely good for my my psyche and has allowed me to kind of go through some cabin fever which I am definitely feeling. It's it's tax season We have A site a decently sized refund coming up and that will help fund some around of of repairs and upgrades to our camper trailer. And I am so ready to get started working on that and get out camping. I am tired of winter. I want to get out. I want to go somewhere where I am disconnected from the outside world where none of that matters and I can just unplug and be bored. Yeah I want to be bored. I have gotten really bad at trying to be bored. But there is like honestly. That's one of my favorite things about. Fishing is the fact that it is just so wonderfully boring. That's still a few months off. Get of course much sooner but they'll be with the working on the trailer but getting out and Enjoying the outdoors is still aways out and with this this change in the format. One of the things I want to do is is start each episode with the new story that basically got the most I'M GONNA say strongest emotional response out of me and this one is is a local story. This one is about Boise's a refugee city. There's lots of people whenever you drive around. You will see bumper stickers on cars saying refugees welcome. We have strong refugee programs. We have one of the two major health systems. Here has a a major global health program specifically geared towards the refugees. We have a lot of stuff around town for refugees it is. It is something that that Boise really prides itself on but when we talk about refugees is not the subject of this new story and this new story is coming out of W. C. V. B. From Boston and this is about California refugees yes Californian refugees coming to Idaho as one wrote in too. Yeah there's one road into the state government As they were considering a change in vaccine rules strengthening the vaccine roles wrote quote. I'm writing as deeply concerned parents in California refugee who had to pull entire family out of the state to protect them from tyrannical government. I will not stand by allowing Idaho to become a socialist state. The next one quote I am a mother and I am a California referee refugee. I came here in search of medical freedom. That was Shaly Brindley a Berry Bay area native at a hearing at the Idaho. State Capitol Lou Manila left a public comment got a masters degree from Stanford but moved to Idaho quote for the freedoms of the state in quote. He told the audience that he would defend his rates quote with my life and my weapons. I don't care about the heard. I care about my family about my children. In quote these are people who are moving from California to Idaho because California enacted reasonable legislation to prevent stupid people from being stupid to protect their children and even more importantly to protect other children from their children. Because when you're talking about her immunity you're talking about kids with cancer. You're talking about kids with immunodeficiency disorders. You're talking about kids who just don't respond to vaccines because with most vaccines anywhere from five. To ten percent of people are non responders. Okay usually around five percent if you get much higher than that at the the vaccine is not likely actually beginning approved by about five percent. Just don't respond. We need high vaccination rates to protect people who just their bodies don't produce the antibodies. And when you look at all those groups of people who legitimately need the heard that's about five to seven percent.

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Self-styled California 'refugees' moving to Idaho to avoid vaccinating their kids

Atheist Nomads

03:30 min | 10 months ago

Self-styled California 'refugees' moving to Idaho to avoid vaccinating their kids

"Start each episode with the new story that basically got the most I'M GONNA say strongest emotional response out of me and this one is is a local story. This one is about Boise's a refugee city. There's lots of people whenever you drive around. You will see bumper stickers on cars saying refugees welcome. We have strong refugee programs. We have one of the two major health systems. Here has a a major global health program specifically geared towards the refugees. We have a lot of stuff around town for refugees it is. It is something that that Boise really prides itself on but when we talk about refugees is not the subject of this new story and this new story is coming out of W. C. V. B. From Boston and this is about California refugees yes Californian refugees coming to Idaho as one wrote in too. Yeah there's one road into the state government As they were considering a change in vaccine rules strengthening the vaccine roles wrote quote. I'm writing as deeply concerned parents in California refugee who had to pull entire family out of the state to protect them from tyrannical government. I will not stand by allowing Idaho to become a socialist state. The next one quote I am a mother and I am a California referee refugee. I came here in search of medical freedom. That was Shaly Brindley a Berry Bay area native at a hearing at the Idaho. State Capitol Lou Manila left a public comment got a masters degree from Stanford but moved to Idaho quote for the freedoms of the state in quote. He told the audience that he would defend his rates quote with my life and my weapons. I don't care about the heard. I care about my family about my children. In quote these are people who are moving from California to Idaho because California enacted reasonable legislation to prevent stupid people from being stupid to protect their children and even more importantly to protect other children from their children. Because when you're talking about her immunity you're talking about kids with cancer. You're talking about kids with immunodeficiency disorders. You're talking about kids who just don't respond to vaccines because with most vaccines anywhere from five. To ten percent of people are non responders. Okay usually around five percent if you get much higher than that at the the vaccine is not likely actually beginning approved by about five percent. Just don't respond. We need high vaccination rates to protect people who just their bodies don't produce the antibodies. And when you look at all those groups of people who legitimately need the heard that's about five to seven percent

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"nygard" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

06:25 min | 10 months ago

"nygard" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Bradley trainer okay if I see the name of Peter Nygard does that ring the bells for you well yeah only because I've seen this story but I did not pay attention to Peter Nygard before this headline and neither had I really but he's a millionaire fashion executive his name is Peter Nygard and he has been arrested now after having been accused by at least ten women who were under age at the time that he allegedly lured them to in a state in the Bahamas and then proceeded to essentially have them act out sex acts for his pleasure for the duration of their time there he promised them that he would make them rich and famous and they are alleging that he did nothing more than just use them for his own sexual pleasure your age yeah sex trafficking under I mean if it was really shocking and I think I saw this headline on Friday you know how you make those sort of like superficial judgements I looked at the photos are going on I don't know that that somebody I would really think very highly of me just looks like somebody who might be doing there so smarmy level to him and if you read that article about what he did it's so bad I like girls we won't say three we won't say the staff but it it's it's bad it's just gross and bad around well here's what I found interesting about this gentleman who again I okay that was I should I use that word because that's like a kind word here's what I learned that I found interesting about Peter Nygard he's highly connected to print Sander prince Andrew who was connected to Jeffrey obscene who was accused of doing similar thinking sexual assault miners last minute rate all of that yeah what's interesting about this is I mean if you think that there was heat on prince Sander before with the Jeffrey obscene stuff like this is like a confirmation that he's a dirty dog yeah they have very much so when there's another article to that I'd I didn't read too much of the actual story but I thought well put a pen that because I but we're gonna hear more about it we're in you know how Jeffrey I've seen have that private island in Saint Thomas the Virgin Islands somewhere yeah and the people allege that he was groping women at that private estate not Jeffrey obscene but prince Andrew so yeah more shall be revealed does not look good for prints and that it doesn't honestly look very good for for he either his ex wife's Ferguson because the two of them stayed at this his state Peter Nygard the state at night guard key which is near Nassau in the Bahamas he has his very own island I'm the stayed there at one point with her daughters Beatrice and Eugenie which is just gross when you think about what took place there allegedly but here's the other piece that I thought was worth are talking about the reason I later learned about Peter Nygard in the first place was because of a post on Instagram by Courtney Stodden interesting so we've been talking about her a lot lately I'm a calling in Bradley show we've always been a little bit fascinated by her and her ex husband who she was the child bride of when she was fifteen or sixteen years old she married Doug Hutchison who was forty years her senior she made a post on Instagram that says the following and here I these are her exact words thank god Peter Nygard has been arrested he tried to lure me multiple times and touched me in places that were extremely inappropriate the first inappropriate contact happened just hours before this photo was taken in to post a picture of her I'm with her arm around Peter Nygard and he's looking very interested in her in a way that she's not very interested in him but she says I was so young and so naive I'm sorry to the young women who've been assaulted as well then she goes on to say I am tired of old men taking advantage of women like myself and the entire grab the bull leaper mentality this is going to stop including and not limited to verbal and emotional captivity which I experiences well let's just say just because you're married to a minor doesn't put you in the clear I've been silenced on many occasions with man and I'm done my book will be out and everything will be exposed all of you predators are done so that's awesome yeah and I hope that she's not just using this moment for her to sell her book and what I mean by that is like I'm all here for the story right because I think that there are a lot of women and men frankly but mostly women who've banned you know victimize traumatized and otherwise harassed and victims victims become victim for years that are finally getting their oxygen those stories are getting oxygen but then I worry about people according son because she seems to always kind of be like at the right place at the right time so I hope that she's using this as like an actual moment to educate and heal and not just get more tied to to I will say I think we've always knowing that there was more to the story about her and Doug Hutchison and I am I am cure I'm here to hear her story for sure yeah and and I don't know but you know she certainly paints a picture there of what was actually going on and that we were not aware of I think but again we always thought there was something fishy in weird but I think we thought it was on the up and up which now I realize sounds kind of ridiculous but you know somebody for example somebody wrote in the comments Doug can write what he wants to grow I know grooming and manipulation when I see it yeah see this is the thing that's the most frustrating is like okay so everybody was fine with her being married to a fifty something year old man when she was sixteen years old after having that hammer been near him and intimately involved with him when she was fifteen years old what's changed right like how we not gonna do this are.

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"nygard" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"nygard" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Good great princess bride to that i didn't realize how big is store under the giant became i really didn't i didn't realize cogan call tim the biggest store in wrestling at the time i always thought it was hogan did you only learn that he forwarded yeah i learned that ford i'm not even sure you what i've lost the bike tell you watch it it gets that and then i the paternal thing what a disaster wait hold on a second hold on before you pivot hold on pacino cheese before you pivot i really do feel like you just got insight not to just got but gronk everything that just happens to god's head where it was just beer giant didn't learn anything good farts there it is anyone else's giant do drinks beer and he farts fascinating documentary good not great according to stu gods he wanted more farts good nygard but it was pretty good didn't learn anything but i learned he was the biggest star that's right do a lot of these early on in the in the movies so i forgot that at the last thing i learned it was just importing learn anything found out he was an actor after flach wits yeah that was good too i just all right no you just one an amazing creature i give hammer may what did you learn watching the andre the giant documentary like what were your massive star what are your takeaways other than mike you think the one.

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