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"paranoid schizophrenia" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"I'm Dave Williams with Amy. Shut up. Good morning, And thanks for joining us. It was it was a stunning Stunning email that I got from my wife, but we could go today. This morning she had gotten a text message from her boss. Saying that the business had burned down the night before. And the business in question. The business was the Denton sewing set, which has been there for 21 years. 36 years. I think Um, and at any rate, the owner, the owner's name is Debbie wagon, and she got the she bought the business from her parents who owned it for her. She and her husband, Paul, And from what you tell me. They're lovely people, wonderful people, just a great great people who treat their customers. I mean, you hear their employees, right? Right cause was and employees like family and you hear people say that all the time, But I mean, this is this is really true. The people that work there do feel like family. And anyway, uh, Debbie has a daughter. From a previous marriage named Jennifer Spillane. She's 45 years old, and she's been charged with three counts of arson in connection with three recent fires in Denton, including this one, including this one, and she was arrested like the day after it happened, I mean, Fire investigators. From what I understand, Debbie knew that it was her well, besides that, though, the fight I mean, it was just so obvious the fire investigators showed up, said looked around inside. This was arson. It started here and there. You could smell gas, and you know there's no doubt about it. And then yes. Uh, her daughter has had Ah, lot of a lot of hard times She started using heroin in 1999. She was diagnosed with three mental disorders. In in 2003. She was diagnosed with paranoid schizophrenia, bipolar disorder and disassociative identity disorder formerly known as multiple personality disorder. This woman Has some trouble. And and I'm sure her parents are trying to help. Oh, gosh, yes. They both had personal experience with battling alcoholism. And and winning. Mean, she said in this article. It's not my daughter who did this. She hasn't been in her body for a long time. If you're a parent, you understand That kind of comment is I got. I don't know that one of my sons could do anything. So heinous as to make me stop loving him. Made you may not like what they're doing. They disavow him. I may call the cops on him, but you never stopped loving your time. No matter what, right. So what has happened since then? And I mentioned that the family the customers. Oh, my goodness. They've rallied around the family big outpouring of love, and they started a sign up sheet so that this past week when they were they have a building next door that they used as a classroom for classes and for some storage facilities. They've developed my wife and all of her friends there. They have spent the last week Turning that into the store, smaller version of the store, and while they were going through that process and cleaning up some of the mess people were showing up, they made a list. Everybody took assigned day to bring lunch to the employees and all the people who are, you know that kind of thing, but these same people very often. Just being human nature. Seem to think that they're helping in some way support the family by saying, I just can't understand what got into her. What's wrong with somebody like that? She has a mental illness. That doesn't help and I know we've all been. I certainly have done that with people. I don't know. You know, a news story that will read And I always say, you know, you never know what goes on behind closed doors, and you know, I never know what someone's family struggles are. Never know what's going on in somebody's head or their heart. And it's important. We keep this in mind. Especially when these air people these air parents, Yeah. Whether there have been some people who have posted on Facebook. He comes right down to it. You got it. You got on. You gotta wonder what kind of upbringing this girl had. They're blaming the parents. You can't do that. This woman's 45 years old. Parents are no longer responsible for her life. Any rate and also and also like you, said mental health. Not even telling the whole story because some of it is just too personal. I think it's okay if I tell you this Debbie Wagon, Ent. Was so distraught over what has happened with her daughter. Is also very happy that she's locked up for two reasons. Yes. Well for her safety Well, you she's not going to get a phone call in the middle of the night saying We found your daughter come down and identify the body. That's number one number two. Yeah. She's she was concerned about her own safety because of some threats. It's so very sad. It really is sad. And I just asked the people understand that. And you know, when I find myself getting judgmental, I asked myself a couple of questions is number one DeWine undo. I really understand this situation. Well enough to pass judgment. And I think the answer to that in every case is no. Exactly. And the other question is. Does anybody care what I think about now? No. No. Anyway, I could tell you this. They're well on their way to getting back on their feet. I'm glad to hear them sewing center 6 45 now K l I f traffic time again Right now. Here's Bill Jackson. It's sponsored by Windies Breakfast and Fort Worth on..
Man Accused of Deadly Boston-Area Library Stabbing Found Not Guilty by Reason of Insanity
"A Winchester man charged with fatally stabbing a woman at a public library and 2018 has been found not criminally responsible because of his mental illness. Here's WBZ skimped on a cliff. The judge on the bench trial found Jeffrey out not guilty by reason of insanity for the 2018 stabbing death of medical student dance striker Inside Winchester Public Library. He was also found not guilty on the charge of slashing a 77 year old man who came to strikers aid both of Prosecution and defense presented reports from three medical experts who examined now and determined he was suffering from paranoid schizophrenia at the time of the attack and was not criminally responsible for his actions. Defense attorney Jay Carney said. Yeah was being tormented by harassing voices in his head. And it was the voices he was fighting against when he walked into the library and stab striker 20 times from
"paranoid schizophrenia" Discussed on Your new favourite song
"Rinks who i would like to get on the show with some point in the future to yoga back and then number seven whilst the song actually started the whole thing off and that was cold. Gold relapsed by modern colt. Trying to get them on the on the podcast. But we haven't set a date yet. But i really liked to get them on their podcast because the first song that i actually decided i would start off the playlist and the latest grew into the podcast. So let's quite special. So the sixth so was a real claw green day and von. Ah there they were. Grungy sound of jerks called. I don't care number. Five is joined dark sides with turtle very very beautiful song and just constantly got in my head. Number four is a another acoustic song by gyco. Check good lawn. It's called file. It and is one of the examples a little bit like david thompson off absolutely brilliant beautiful songs and nobody has ever heard of them or seen. I think they've got something like twenty or thirty listeners. On spotify per month and it's just incredible when you think of the quality of the songs have been written third number three am eight to where it yet by battling to very mysterious american girls who were perry masks in the of mexican mid american attire and very mysterious but clo- extremely talented and produced new. They've just produced a new ep as well which will also put in the show notes. Number two We'll say hello by telco and if you want to hear more about that particular song that was on episode. Four michael go bright Shading contact with me and they have got a single which will be coming aired on the eighth of january. So look out for that this week. The single is called minus nine. And i can tell you. It's really really great. Show a let me listen to before Before they released it and Well it's a it's a really good song. Wish sheriff michael in the telco. A lot of sale of success rate there with us all have three like three hundred thousand streams last year so they seem to be yet they seem to be on the way up says could use it like to like to see. The artists have been on the show doing doing really well. Nothing is down to me but it's nice to see him do anyway. And and the top song. My favorite song. Absolute favorite song of last year is a song called. I li- q. By marcia marcia marcia it's just such a happy feel good. Get down and bob. Behead song Here the song start an already feel happy. I feel like dancing. Searchers are really really great show so how was a year for us well. The year for the enrons was a pretty pretty special year. Actually we released our debut a. P. p. which con of disappeared into the whole corona lockdown period basically. We weren't allowed to present it torn. Lie that so yeah come this speed into the ether and not really need. Not very much has happened with unfortunately although we put a lot of work into Into recording knows numbers and and spent a lotta money getting cd's printed which are still in a bulk. somewhere but whole lockdown. Things made the reevaluate what we were doing. And we decided to stop recording run songs and arranging them and mixing mastering them so we actually released four singles after the ep towards the end of the year including year. A christmas single and the last four months of the year we We maintain the like twenty thousand streams which sounds like a lot but temps real money. It's almost nothing but it's not about not about stock and she. Drinking mia released those new singles from the end of august so last four months of the year by year we started to take off what we've also thought we've also got a new single combat on the eleventh of january. If you want to hit up it was mixed by malcolm owen flip. Who is the host of your band. Sucks business podcast. And also the self recording band podcast with. We've been decline so that sounds absolutely amazing Really really wreak right. Production on the song shall be out on spotify on the eleventh of january. And if you want to have kind of a sneak preview then you can click on the link which will be in show notes so onto Twenty twenty one yard in store for twenty twenty one well and i want to continue to do the interviews. I've got like five or six interviews already lined up so the next compliments off pretty much full. I want to start doing also little bit of this kind of Interlude programs where. I can talk to the listeners. Maybe ansa questions Guest suggestions for new music. Annals hotel earth people well if you also some suggestions for for new stuff so it was it only remains for me to say thank you very much again for listening please. Hit the subscribe button because it really does help really means a lot to me and if you really want to help then i suggest you all over to By mia coffee web page or the patron page haven't really done very much with patron lobbyist. I want to try and plug that a little bit more this year and put some more exclusive content on not only for the podcast also for the enron so quite a lot of stuff. That's quite exclusive Content filmed clips behind the scenes stuff. And we're also looking at launching a discord server to get more into it. Get more in contact with our fans and a podcast Fans so if you Want to be on. The discworld server then just chop me an email or hit up on instagram moral facebook and billah give you an invite to the discord server. Okay well but was it for The sada's wendy twenty one next week is the first interview of the year and it is. We have mason andrew who talk about the influence of paranoid schizophrenia. On the music that he wrote and the song that will be featured is called. She wants it all. So i shall listening and she next week.
Hip-hop's history with mental health in Black communities
"TV. Here's a conversation you might remember. I think it's important for us to have conversations about, you know, open conversations about mental health, especially with me. Being black because we never had therapists in the black community. We never approached like taking medication with Kanye West on the show, Jimmy Kimmel live. He's talking about how mental health and simply talking about it. Has a stigma in black communities and their numbers to back that up. In one study out of the United States, 63% of black respondents said that talking about mental health was a sign of weakness and You could see the stigma reflected in hip hop and rap. Mark Anthony Neal is the James B. Duke professor of African and African American studies at Duke University. He's also the co editor of That's the Joint the Hip hop Studies. Reader. So before we get going heads up with this conversation includes topics of depression and suicide, which may be triggering to some professor Neill joined me to talk more about hip hop's long history with the topic of mental health and mental illness. Fester. Neil, Thanks so much for making the time today. Thanks for having me It's a pleasure, So I have a whole lot to get with you today. But just let's start very broadly. How would you describe hip hop's overall track record when it comes to mental health and mental illness? You know, I think hip hop reflects where the conversations about mental health are with black communities More broadly, and particularly with black men s 01 of the real breakthrough was in recent years was, you know Jay Z's 444 You know his own kind of bourgeois way. It was a recording that talked about the significance of actually sitting down and talking with a therapist, right toe work through all kinds of notions of trauma. And you know for someone like Jay Z. You know, part of it's because now he's older, right, but it's also a break with the way that black men have often dealt with mental health. You know where we just man up, right? And and instead of, you know, seeking therapy, you know, clinical psychologist, you know, you find all these different moments reflected in hip hop of black men basically inviting. You know marijuana weed Percocet? Of course, there has become kind of the painkiller of choice in recent years, And this is all you know, young black men responding to a mental health crisis that they're having in their daily lives, right? And if I'm reading it correctly, What you're saying is that you know what we see in hip hop. Is ultimately reflective of the larger historical stigma. Mental health has in some black communities, and there's no question right and it is not just mental health, right? I mean, we're having the same conversations with in black communities and definitely within hip hop. About just things like going to the doctor on a regular basis, Right? Regular kind of preventative health care are the kinds of things that you know if you feel pain, you just, you know, Hustle passed, right. You just grind past it because it takes up time, right? And time is money and all these kinds of you know things that we here in Montrose and circulate within, You know, black masculinity. In hip hop culture, right, so mental health becomes, you know on their team Continuing well, part of what we're doing here today is looking back at some of the pivotal rack records that have explored mental health. So take a listen to this me cause I'm close to Doug Etch. I'm try again not to lose my head. So that's a bit of the message from Grandmaster Flash and the Furious five relation 82 Mel Mel, who's rapping in the Verses. Don't push me cause I'm close to the edge. I mean, incredibly legendary, You know, line in hip hop. I have to admit I had never thought about it in the grander context of mental health before. Right, because it's rage, right? You know, how do I control the rage of my experience in the hood and all the things that are going on right that you know that are both continuous and cyclical. And and we can't seem to get out of this cycle if you will, And so the only thing to express their some sort of sense of rage and again. We typically don't think about that in the continuum of mental health or emotional health, right? But the point is, how do you manage what's going on in your life so that you don't You know, I have this moment We have another clip taken. Listen to them, But I go in. Not without a fight. See, Every time I close, I start sweating and blood starts coming out my nose. It's somebody watching the back, but I don't know who it is. So I'm watching my back to get her boys with mind playing tricks on me. Classic rap record back in 1991. Hear paranoia. You hear anxiety, You know? What is it about The ghetto boys take a mental health care that sticks out to you. You know what's important about a song like that, you know, unlike the Grandmaster Flash, and here is a part of example that you played You know what we see this kind of outward expression of what's happening emotionally and mentally. This is one of the first songs I think really dealt with the interiority of mental health crisis, right? It's the stuff that might be there what it's probably not. But it's so internalized that I can't see my way out of it on by think that particularly resonated for many young black men listening to hip hop in that period of time. You know, because of this kind of stoicism. That's that was expected right that you have to keep everything inside. But you can't let people know how you feel right. And what's going on What pain you're going through, You know, So you internalize so much of this, and I think that song does a great job of capturing what's going on in the mind literally of these men in the soul. But let's talk a little bit about treatment. You know, there have been Rap artists who have argued that they don't need professional therapy because the form itself because the music itself is inherently therapeutic. Listen, I'm not here to deny anyone's truth, I'm not here to get in the way of anyone's treatment path. What were. What do you make of that? I understand this on on several levels, right? There has long been a concern, but then black communities about what we see as Western forms of therapy, you know their feet. It's not connected to the live realities of what it means to be black in America, or even you know, black and African In the world. Um so I understand why you have been expressions of suspicion around clinical psychology right in that context, But I think you know I fall down on expertise right folks who were trained Clinically to address whether it be paranoid schizophrenia or or depression or or the whole range of emotionality is that they're contribute to what we think of as as as mental health. On guy think there's no replacing that expertise and where, at a point in time now, you know to the earlier point, you know that their candidate need made about there, not being folks in the community. Well, we know that there are in fact, you know African American therapists, right? In fact, they're thriving in this period of time, largely because you know, because of folks like saying Jay Z and another, you know, producing black woman writers and artists. Who have talked about the significance of finding a therapist, you know in their life, and so I think it has to be more of a both in right, definitely finding a community find folks that you can work the would talk through. You know who can be that first line of intervention? You know if you are suffering through, you know, anxiety or other forms of the mental health crisis, But But there is an expertise there that that folks need to pursue and again. Jay Z was so critical in this moment because, you know, he basically said, I went to see a therapist, right? If I'm going to be the Ogi of hip hop right, then it's OK. Can you elaborate on how a skepticism of psychotherapy could be related to anti black racism in our society? I mean, it's just that right the fact that we have the largest society that has never understood You know the black frame if you will. The Black is first in this country and I have tried to apply normative structures that come outside of the everyday experience of black folks, too. You know how black folks are working through their their mental health? You know, there's also the larger question of the way that that mental health care is connected to generally health care in America and general suspicion right of the medical profession. When it comes to issues of race. We could just think you know the Tuskegee experiments right? And it just think about those men for a second, right to on the one hand are subjected. You know to physical problems because of the experiments, but at the same time, Ah work into all kinds of levels of schizophrenia and depression, you know, based on the physical sense that they're also is not being addressed. You know, in the context of that movement, if you're just tuning in
Washington, DC judge stops federal execution amid claims inmate has dementia
"A judge stop the execution of a man at the federal prison in Terre Haute named Wesley Perky who has Alzheimer's and paranoid schizophrenia and the U. S. Constitution is clear that you can't execute a person who has no understanding of why it is. The execution is going to be carried out. Robert Dunham, head of the Death Penalty Information Center, U S District Judge Tanya Chunkin in Washington, D C imposed to injunctions today. That prohibit the Federal Bureau of Prisons from moving forward with Perkies execution. The Justice Department filed immediate appeals. Perky was convicted of raping and murdering a 16 year old girl. They were
"paranoid schizophrenia" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Is on New Jersey auto point five. Hi felicia. Hey, guys. How are you? Good. How are you? All right. Yeah. You wanna be better? You have a good day. What's the best thing to happen? You today. Oh that worked. They actually we celebrated my birthday today's your. Okay. But they celebrated it takes them a while at work. There was a backlog never opened the Email and finally birthday. Then he feel guilty. They gotta go by yourself thing. Where would they get you something? Well, they may take we at breakfast. And we went out for lunch. Ow. All three of the birthday that will never end trifecta. Really? Now, we must cap this off with comedy show tickets. Dr drew. I hope so what's your category? Movie right now be you Matthew right now. I feel like I gotta give something. Let's see here. All right in mind. John Nash played by Russell Crowe attends Princeton University. What element does he deal with and overcome in the movie paranoid schizophrenia, Alzheimer's, drug abuse, or LS, Princeton Itis? The. Okay. Paranoid. Schizophrenia Alzheimer's, drug abuse LS. I think it was. The first one paranoid. Schizophrenia.
Scientists identify vast underground ecosystem containing billions of micro-organisms
"Eleven pounds in the past three weeks. She did a white bread and canned fish only, diet, six months ago. She was in a psychiatric hospital. They think she had paranoid schizophrenia. And then she read about a soy sauce colon cleanse. And so apparently, she only drank highly salt, Ladan soy sauce. That's horrible. Don't ever do stuff. Like that. Oh my gosh. Ever. Like the thing where it says you can do stuff in your if you lay down on its side don't do that. Because it'll cost fires. If does every every single time don't my gosh. Sometimes I'm thinking of. Moving on here. This NASA spacecraft finds signs of water on
"paranoid schizophrenia" Discussed on KTRH
"Because it's the best to ground zero. Please hold all your calls. I'm CLYDE Lewis. You're listening to ground zero. Yes. Of course yesterday. It was the anniversary of the Kennedy assassination fifty two years ago. I'm breaking my rule said after the fiftieth anniversary was gonna talk about Kennedy anymore. But it wasn't until well they released some new information that furthers, my my my theory, and all of the names that I've mentioned that I mentioned to a film group in mentioned before. There was a CIA report, which is written in two thousand thirteen was declassified last month. Includes that a guy John mccone who led the CIA when Kennedy was fatally shot in nineteen sixty three kept information from a federal commission that was investigating the assassination of president Kennedy, David Robarts, who's ACA historian has written that mccone and other top CIA officials were part of benign cover up. I find that interesting. A benign cover up to keep information from the Warren commission, and this was published also and political magazine the president's commission on the assassination of president Kennedy known unofficially as the Warren commission was established by former president Lyndon B Johnson November nineteen sixty three to investigate the assassination of Kennedy Robards writes that mccone and other CIs officials were complicit in keeping incendiary information from the commission from benign to incendiary. He also wrote the CIA sought to keep the commission focused on what the agency believed at the time. Was the quote best truth, and that was Lee Harvey Oswald has yet undetermined motives acted alone. Some of the things I discovered while looking over a lot of the information. What is leading me to was that. There was a plan. A plan b. Meaning that when you're doing something as big as this this coup that they were trying to organize a good well planned covert operation as a plan a plan B plan. C an extra g it's just standard operating practice. For this operation take place, and what is unusual is that the two plans were nearly identical though nine hundred twenty five miles and twenty days apart he history, which have gone another direction. If we were to hear another time, I wouldn't be telling you about Lee Harvey Oswald. That'd be telling you about Thomas, Arthur valet. Valet had off actually talked about. He was a marine the had schizophrenia. He was a marine had said he wanted to shoot. The president get paranoid. Schizophrenia. He was he was part of the John Birch society collected guns. He was a loner a marine the Korean war. Belly was injured by mortar blast and then was committed to several mental institutions received disability benefits from the Veterans Administration. Like Oswald is called an ex Pat turncoat and valet mentally disabled and and ready to go shoot the president. He fit the profile of the lone gunman or the loan will presidential assassin. Valets apartment was raided in his absence FBI agents founded in one rifle carbine rifle twenty five hundred rounds of ammunition secret service instructors Chicago police to put a twenty four hour surveillance on valet and get him off the street. Belly was pulled over and arrested by the Chicago police department. And according to the book JFK any unspeakable. This was written by James w Douglas declassified plan a taking place in Chicago indicates that an assassination team was supposed to kill Kennedy on November second nineteen sixty three but failed to do. So or at least four that we know of assassination team members on November. Second nineteen sixty three. Kennedy was set to appear at the army air force football game. Chicago eleven forty AM. The Chicago secret service bureau, special agent in charge Burris Martineau informed ages about reports of assassins on October thirtieth Martineau was repeating a tip from the FBI in which an informant identifying himself is Lee. Mike Lee Harvey Oswald talked about a four Manson hyper team of right wing paramilitary fanatics with high-powered rifles who would shoot at Kennedy on his motorcade and his motorcade was Dan driving from O'Hare airport down the northwest expressway around a slow loop off the highway of what is now ironically known as JFK's or the JFK expressway. The tip from wasn't the only one that was actually a landlady that said that she saw four men with guns Anna map, plotting the pathway or the or the motorcade route in Chicago. Two of the would be assassins were arrested and detained to got away. No one release the information of who these wannabe assassins were because the department of the treasury which oversees the secret service mysteriously destroyed all records plot when the assassination records review board asked for them in one thousand nine hundred ninety five. While the sniper team was not identified. We can only fear is that this diaper team may have been part of what e Howard hunt talked about on his deathbed. And that is well. E Howard hunt. He was a key figure in the bay of pigs. Watergate Nixon administration hunt hunted said he gave his confession that. There was a group called operation forty. And they were under the direction of Dulles and Johnson and number of other people who are involved that a number of names. Frank Sturgis was another name. Of course, Allen w was the director of the CIA, and he established operation forty. Under the under under the direction of president. Dwight D Eisenhower and also vice president Richard Nixon who put up the money for operation forty George. Herbert Walker Bush. He was asked to cooperate in funding. The group. The man who was assigned him for the new mission was Phillies Rigas is included finding private funding as a result of pressure from American corporations, which has suffered at the hands of Fidel Castro. It seems that members of operation forty originally recruited to remove Fidel Castro had been re redirected to kill Kennedy that someone had paid his team of assassins to kill the president United States as part of a freelance operation. Now, it's not so far fetched when you consider that in nineteen Fifty-nine, Richard Nixon was approaching oilman George Herbert Walker Bush and Jack Crichton to help fund operation forty. We also have the claim of Frank Sturgis that his assassination group operation forty would upon orders naturally assassinate either members of the military or political parties of the foreign countries you're going to infiltrate and if necessary some of your own numbers, of course, suspected of being foreign agents. Now, many of you might remember that Jesse Ventura on his TV show. Conspiracy theory actually talked a little bit about e Howard hunt's confession..
"paranoid schizophrenia" Discussed on KTOK
"It's the best to ground zero. Please hold all your calls. I'm CLYDE Lewis. You're listening to ground zero. Yes. Of course yesterday. It was the anniversary of the Kennedy assassination fifty two years ago. I'm breaking my rule. Then Russia was going to talk about Kennedy anymore. But it wasn't until well they released some new information that furthers, my my my theory, and all of the names that I've mentioned that I mentioned to a film group in mentioned before. There was a CIA report, which is written in two thousand thirteen and was declassified last month. Includes that a guy even John mccone who led the CIA when Kennedy was fatally shot in nineteen sixty three kept information from federal commission that was investigating the assassination of president Kennedy, David Robarts, who's ACA historian has written that mccone and other top CIA officials were part of a benign cover up. I find that interesting. A benign cover up to keep information from the Warren commission, and this was published also and political magazine the president's commission on the assassination of president Kennedy known unofficially as the Warren commission was established by former president Lyndon B Johnson November nineteen sixty three to investigate the assassination of Kennedy Robards writes that mccone and other officials were complicit in keeping incendiary information from the commission it goes from benign to incendiary he also wrote the CIA shot to keep the commission focused on what the agency believed at the time. Was the quote best truth, and that was Lee Harvey Oswald has yet undetermined motives acted alone. Some of the things I discovered while looking over a lot of information is leading me too was that there was a plan a. In a plan b. Meaning that when you're doing something as big as this coup that they were trying to organize. A good. Well plan covert operation has a plan a plan B plan C an exit strategy. It's just standard operating practice. For this operation take place, and what is unusual is that the two plans were nearly identical though nine hundred twenty five miles and twenty days apart he history, which we've gone another direction. If we were to hear another time, I wouldn't be telling you about Lee Harvey Oswald. That'd be telling you about Thomas, Arthur valet. Valet had off actually talked about. He was a marine the had schizophrenia. He was a marine that said he wanted to shoot. The president had paranoid. Schizophrenia. He was he was part of the John Birch society collected guns. He was a loner is a marine the Korean war valley was injured by mortar blast and then was committed to several mental institutions received full disability benefits from the Veterans Administration and like Oswald. He's called an ex Pat turncoat and valet mentally disabled, and and ready to go shoot the president he fit the preferred profile of the lone gunman or the loan will presidential assassin. Valets apartment was raided in his absence FBI agents founded in one rifle carbine rifle twenty five hundred rounds of ammunition secret service instructors Chicago police to put a twenty four hour surveillance on valet and get him off the street. Belly was pulled over and arrested by the Chicago police department. And according to the book JFK any unspeakable. This was written by James w Douglas declassified plan a taking place in Chicago indicates that an assassination team was supposed to kill Kennedy on November second nineteen sixty three but failed to do. So there are at least four that we know of assassination team members on November. Second nineteen sixty three. Kennedy was set to appear have the army airports football game of Chicago eleven forty a m. Chicago secret service bureau, special agent in charge. Marie smarten. No informed agents about reports of assassins on October thirtieth Martineau was repeating a tip from the FBI in which an informant identifying himself as Lee. Mike Lee Harvey Oswald talked about a four man sniper team of right wing paramilitary fanatics with high-powered rifles who would shoot at Kennedy on his motorcade and his case was Dan grabbing from O'Hare airport down the northwest expressway around a slow loop off the highway accident. What is now ironically known as JFK's or the JFK expressway. The tip from wasn't the only one that was actually a landlady that said that she saw four men with guns Anna map, plotting the pathway or the or the motorcade route insecure ago. Two of the would be assassins were arrested and detained to got away. No one released the information of who these wannabe assassins were because the department of the treasury which oversees the secret service mysteriously destroyed all records the Chicago plot when the assassination records review board asked for them in nineteen ninety five. While the sniper team was not identified. We can only fear is that this team may have been part of what e Howard hunt talked about on his deathbed. And that is well, I don't know. E hard hunt operative. He was key figuring pigs. Watergate Nixon administration hunt bow hunted said he gave his confession that. There was a group called operation forty. And they were under the direction of Dulles and Johnson and number of other people who were involved that a number of names. Frank Sturgis was another name. Of course, Allen w was the director of the CIA, and he established operation forty. Under the under under the direction, president Dwight Eisenhower and also vice president, Richard Nixon. Who put up the money for operation, forty George. Herbert Walker Bush. He was asked to cooperate in funding. The group. The man who was assigned to him for the new mission was Phillies. Rigas this included finding private funding as a result of pressure from American corporations, which has suffered at the hands of Belcastro. It seems that members of operation forty originally recruited to remove Fidel Castro had been re redirected to kill Kennedy that someone had paid his team of assassins to kill the president United States as part of a freelance operation. Now, it's not so far fetched when you consider that in nineteen fifty nine Richard Nixon was approaching oilman George Herbert Walker Bush and Jack Crichton to help fund operation forty. We also have the claim of Frank Sturgis that his assassination group operation forty would upon orders naturally assassinate either members of the military or political parties of the foreign countries you're going to infiltrate and if necessary some of your own members who are suspected of being foreign agents. Now, many of you might remember that Jesse Ventura on his TV show. Conspiracy theory actually talked a little bit about e Howard hunt's confession. And a number of the names were not brought up, but Nixon LBJ. And George Walker Bush. Allen Dulles going down the list of the ones I said were involved. And then you started seeing things happen after the assassination were all these names always seem to come up in the conversation. And to this day. We're still looking back at these same names AAA six seven three thirty seven hundred that's triple eight six seven three thirty seven hundred your phone calls coming up on ground zero. Don't go away. My name is Joe Thompson,.
"paranoid schizophrenia" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu
"I don't know where I'd be without it. All right. So I just want to acknowledge the the amazing vulnerability and being able to share that. And I am beyond honored. It is comments like this that you don't know where you'd be without the podcasts that literally keeping going and when I am exhausted. And just feel like I've nothing more to give I'm getting motion. It is literally stuff. Like, this keeps me going to know that it's useful. So that thank you for that. That now I'm going to say when it comes to mental health. You were you're playing your you've mentioned depression. So I will say that maybe you're lightly better position. Normally what I tell people is when you're dealing with mental health, you're literally playing with your life. Schizophrenia, however is a very severe. And if it turns into paranoid schizophrenia, then you can really get yourself in trouble. I think that microdosing on your own is is a mistake. I think you're really really playing with fire. And I highly highly encourage you, I get why you're attacking the body issues as well. And I think that that's amazing. But I don't think that if you can only pay for one somebody that's going to directly address your mental health issues or somebody that's going to potentially help you with the underlying cause I would actually believe it or not I would say get somebody that can help you manage your symptoms right now. Not as like, a that's going to be the only thing that we do because the symptoms. Can be so problematic and in the case of mental health can lead the places that are so horrifying like if you really slide into paranoid. Schizophrenia. You will no longer think you want help. And so it's like we have to be super careful not to let it go to that place. So I would say get somebody who can work with that can really titrate your drugs. So that we can get you into a stable place. Once we get you into a stable place, then we can start dealing with a physiotherapist and getting to the underlying cause which maybe I'll just gut instinct probably is tied to the microbiome. But I think that there are massive things that you can do I on the diet and exercise side that will just clean up the vast majority of just the sort of blunt force trauma, big mistakes and most people make so cut out any refined sugars from your diet, cut out carbohydrates entirely. If you get an Akita genyk state, that's a good way of just sort of short handing that you're probably you've removed the really big offenders. Now, there are other things that will probably. Want to address but just like a quick swag? And not everybody does well and ketogenic. So this is not a panacea. Unfortunately. But it does help so many people that statistically speaking. That is my advice. Now would that set aside for now, I would reallocate your dollars over to somebody that can help you directly manager mental symptoms? I think that is huge. I cannot recommend strongly enough that you if you have found little to no alleviation that while that may be true that it just isn't going to be ineffective solution for you start with autumn's razor, which is that you just have a bad therapist. And I would I work with other therapists, find somebody that you resonate with try five six seven eight different people do like a quick half hour session just to feel their vibe to see if you trust them, if you believe in them, if they speak in way, that you think is going to resonate with you could really go on and that one because I think the stakes are so high here. Seek help seek help seek help foreshore. It's a sign of strength that you've been able to reach out and be vulnerable here. It is a sign of strength to me that you seek somebody that you recognize that you can't do this yourself that you you shouldn't need to do this yourself. Oh, man. I really hope that you seek that help. And yes, for sure we will still be here and doing everything we can to help you from far. But really think that you would benefit tremendously from some one on one attention. What does Paktis hope you guys are enjoying this episode wanted to give a quick shadow to our sponsors? And then we'll get right back to it..
"paranoid schizophrenia" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"News and the New York conversation These days the. US Mexico border is. A third rail in American politics some are obsessed with those crossing the border claiming there are too many or they're not. The people the US really wants others are, concerned with why people are, crossing to begin with and what happens. To them when they do as a journalist Jean Guerrero, has covered all of these stories but in her new memoir she explores a different kind of crossing it's the story of guerrillas father an immigrant from Mexico. A gifted charmer who struggled with what seems to be paranoid schizophrenia for. Much of, his life as Guerrero tries to better understand his. Story and his legacy she travels back and forth over. The border between Mexico and southern California until alternately she begins to question the nature, of, reality itself her new memoir is. Called crux across border memoir gene. Guerrero is with us now from member station k. p. b. s. in San Diego Jim thanks so much for joining, us thanks so much for having me now you could, have written a story just about or written a book really just about your experiences as a reporter trying to cover All of the changes that have happened in the US and in Mexico and across. The border over these. Last few years that you've been working in the region but you really decided to focus on your own personal story and. I was wondering why that is I decided, to focus on my personal, story because my father is this character. That I've been trying to understand my whole life and, he's probably the reason that I got into journalism in the first place trying to reconcile the man that he became with the man that he wants wise. He played a huge role in my childhood my mother is a doctor and she, was busy with patients so I would spend most. Of my time with my father when I was a. Little girl I kind of came into consciousness with him and he was very playful, person, full of wonder always telling me. Stories and taking the outside so. When he became depressed and eventually became convinced that the CIA was after him and that the CIA was beaming voices, into his head I really, really need to understand what had happened and, you know my mother told me. He had paranoid, schizophrenia and as a child I really didn't. Understand what was going on it was Matic for me and I think I've sort of dispossessed with trying to solve the mystery ever since So tell me a little bit more about your father if you would what was amazing about him I mean you said you wanted to get back, to the person that he was. Telling me about his his amazing side he was brilliant person who is full of curiosity about the world I remember him taking me to the coast of Baja California and telling. Me stories about of all of the things that lived in of the ocean mermaids, even things that don't exist and he was always encouraging me even as a small child. To push past the boundaries of the known through my years of conversations with him for the writing of this book one. Of the things that he told me was when he was, a little boy the thing he wanted more than anything in. The world, with a doll because he could he. Sounded a little, grows in his neighborhood in Mexico playing with these dolls and being, really affectionate and tender with them and he. Really wanted to be tender, and affectionate with something but he wasn't allowed as a boy because they're much easier Mon culture that he was growing up in and he told me that when. He had me that it was like he finally had his little. Doll and I could sense that in my in my memories he was just so playful and so excited to just like lavish me with his love, and attention and so when he. Fell into his depression and became this very troubled the person it was very jarring and very traumatic for that reason what part did he think his Mexican Ness played in this. And the reason I ask that is that one of his kind of identities is, was that he belonged to in his mind a kind of a tradition of Mexican folk. Medicine of folk wisdom to talk about that I think there's this real comfort with the idea of spirits in Mexico and. This ability to commune with spirits and with dead relatives and. When I went to Mexico to both become a foreign correspondent As well as to investigate my father's roots I found out that he had a great. Grandmother who was a well respected good and clairvoyant in southern Mexico but she also heard voices and she perceived things that nobody else. Could see and the society they're attributed her with a gift so In, the book I explore these parallels and what they reveal about my father because my father without even knowing. About this investor he created this really intricate beautiful garden and began to cultivates curative crops different healing herbs and. Things that he uses to try to cure different ailments in our relatives my grandmother swears that. He cured her favorite Chihuahua of. Blindness These parallels that exist between my. Father and my great grandmother that I wanted to explore in the book which I had never had never occurred to me until, I went to Mexico and learned about his past I wonder if you, feel like your own family's story offer some broader guidance to this very complex. And fraught moment, that we find ourselves now in between the US and Mexico You know I, think that my book is relevant to the current alternative facts post. Choose situation that we're seeing not only because of the way that my father, is. A character plays into this whole discussion but also because. I feel like one of the reasons, that we fall into these echo chambers and stop listening to one another is because we think that we have to have all of the answers and we. Think that the answers are simpler, than they really, are and so what I discovered through the. Writing of the book was that wow okay so some multiple explanations can be true to some extent and I think. That in that sense. This discovery that I went through in the book can sort of inform and help people sort of let go of this obsession with having just one answer and before we let you go I can't help but. Draw on your experience as a journalist I know you've, been reporting on the ongoing story of the separation from children from their parents at the southern border you're your own person The, situation is obviously different you know you're you're mother's Puerto Rican she's a US citizen you're born in the US your father's family head of business in the. US they were able to go, back and forth, so your situation is not comparable but I. Do wonder if I could just draw on your reporting experience is there any part of the story that you want. To highlight for us Yeah I, mean you know one thing that hasn't really been discussed in, this whole debate on family separations which I've been following is there's a family separation packed that predates the. Trump administration it's been going on for years and it continues to go on and, it's basically this tendency for homeland security to prioritize women and children for release on parole while locking up the fathers in detention so for example if a family comes. To the border. And asked for asylum often the women and, children will be released on parole. And the father will be. Locked up, into, tension and to me. As someone who experienced. Personally the trauma of having, an absent father it's very bizarre and ironic to. Me that we are sort of as a. Society painting men and fathers as, relevant to families because I really to not be true it's gene Guerrero. She's the author of crux across border memoir it's a story of her search To know more about her father she was, kind of to, join us from k. PBS in San Diego. Gene Guerrero thanks so much for speaking with us thank you so much for. Having. Me finally, today we've, talked a lot on this program about last year's hurricane season when hurricane Irma, blasted through the Caribbean leveling schools and homes and businesses and leaving people emotionally battered. As well a couple of weeks later hurricane Maria swept through and make things even worse since those storms a lot of people have tried to find ways to help country music star Kenny Chesney is. One of them, he lives in the Virgin Islands when he isn't on tour, and he started pitching in sending needed supplies at helping people leave the islands and go to the continental. US and as you might expect from chart-topping singer he started writing songs about what, he was seeing and feeling now those two efforts have fused into two.
"paranoid schizophrenia" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"The radar shows clear skies throughout the tri state it's sixty seven degrees right now police are searching for twentythree yearold nketia holliman who went missing from crossroads centre inquiry ville she has diabetes bipolar disorder multiple personalities and paranoid schizophrenia and does not have medication holliman was seen getting into a vehicle possibly headed for florida if you can help call crime stoppers at three five to thirty forty the trump administration is now asking for more time to reunite children with their parents with a federal court strict timelines to act in connecticut democratic governor donell are daniel molloy rather is blasting the administration's treatment of asylum seeking families they don't have any mirrors in our house because how do you look at yourself knowing the damage you have already raw as of tonight a judge is giving the trump administration twenty four hours to give the court the names of children under five and exactly where their parents are here's a reds update and here comes another three to delivery at its hammered and lap peel and there's all this one belongs to the rats cincinnati hangs on iglesias leaves the tying run at second and the reds win the opener here in chicago and make it five consecutive wins over the cops they post today at three to win marty brennaman with the final call the reds continue their series with the cubs tomorrow.
"paranoid schizophrenia" Discussed on The Psych Central Show
"I mean i am calm and when i think about it now i think how did i not notice this but i didn't i had no ability to see it at all the next question that when asked you is many of our audience members they don't know what schizophrenia is it all they know what they've heard on the news they know what they've seen on television they know a lot of the stereotypes in you know we have certainly done our best to explain it but normal to hear it from you a person who lives with schizophrenia what's a good lay persons definition of what schizophrenia is how would you explain it to somebody well there's different types of schizophrenia i can't speak for all different types of schizophrenia but i have paranoid schizophrenia diagnosed with and so what happens with me is that always think negative thoughts any motions like people are always trying to harm me or people always saying bad things about me behind my back and some makes me become more like withdrawn and depress of a lot of anxiety from an paranoia you know and so like what happened to me when i was really brought down with the illness that i would get stuck in a way to where i would just sit there and just not say anything not communicate you know kinda just hide myself away from my own feelings because it was it was too much for me you know i was like i was just sitting there coma toasts or having some type of psychosis because i couldn't accept the way that i.
"paranoid schizophrenia" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show
"In logic because even your thoughts and memories she believes even your loved ones could be manipulated by the mysterious they according to her beliefs she has seemingly become more intense with her desire to warn me she believes her implants in her body and probably in mine and almost everyone else's she doesn't want me to see the doctors have my kids vaccinated and even cautioned me about having my mom watch my kids alone she believes she may play a part in implanting these mind controlling devices please help i do not know what to do in the situation i don't blame the arc i am not a doctor i mean very important that i say this and i don't know this person's ongoing only off what is in your letters if if this were me and somebody were i loved we're telling me this i would be deeply concerned about this person's mental health i don't know how old your sister is if she is a younger person this is when diseases like schizophrenia and paranoid schizophrenia appear and they can cause you to have these belief systems that are impervious to logic because they take away all the things that logic is composed of induction like free thought all those things that make for a reasonable argument it outstrips those arguments and you can never argue with them if i were you have to say in this situation if it's as bad as it sounds here i would contact you know when i worked on a a suicide hotline essentially they had references you could go to one of them was called the national alliance on mental illness and.
"paranoid schizophrenia" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast
"I'm hoping he didn't he was born in california he had a disturbed childhood as pretty much every serial killer does move to montana with his abusive mother at the at a young age before returning to california where he murdered his paternal grandparents when he was fifteen years old fifteen years old is due murdered his grandparents psycho he was subsequently diagnosed by courts psychiatrist as a paranoid schizophrenic in sentenced to the addis good darrow state hospital as a criminally insane juvenile so this is where it gets crazy this dude at kemper murders is grandparents at fifteen is diagnosed with paranoid schizophrenia didn't he's released from the state hospital six years later at the age of twenty one after convincing psychiatrist he's rehabilitated a sounds like a mistake it is a mistake it turns out he was regarded as nonthreatening i don't understand how that's possible he murdered his grandparents anyway so he gets out and as i get a you can assume things don't go well he starts targeting young female hitchhikers in goes on a killing spree luring them these women hitchhikers to his vehicle driving them to secluded areas where he would murder them before taking their curbs it corpses back to his home to be decapitated dismembered and violated so this is a true true sicko even murdered his mother in one of her friends before turning himself into the authorities deployed he was found sane him guilty at his trial in 1973 requested the death penalty he asked to be killed.
"paranoid schizophrenia" Discussed on Mentally Ch(ill)
"Um and so i i won't go to up the basically he started having paranoia um and then eventually he was admitted to a mental institution and then um they officially diagnosed him a paranoid schizophrenia um and then and he was in and out of institutions for a long time but then eventually he stabilized and wasn't taking medications we kind of like in a waste self sided cell figured as out or something it's that sounds incredible yeah he thought drugs or overrated and he was only taking them out of feeling forced to do so so eventually he stopped and then once he was older he got into a place in his life where he was back to normal my brain hurts watching the cosmos a show the two thousand i can imagine having a brain like that i can't imagine yeah and it's it's frustrating though because it's like he had such a crazy brain but like but we achieve so much we have crazy braille we got our artist on a different level we do that right i think there is i think what we're talking about with depression and with with you know i i i think if you almost if you ask almost any artist out there they suffer from depression oh definitely in adel it's like are you even an art as yeah exactly and i think there was a whole mark merrin episode mark merritt show where he's talking about do you have to be you know all do i'm obsessed mark merrin so i know like all this shows but he was like do you have to be this depraved individual to become a good artist you need that like that that i struggle yeah and i i think he just comes with it i think if you're somebody who can entertain who can do these things who can get out there and like it takes us certain type of mentality to get up in front of people and go here's here i am here and especially when we're above all in.
"paranoid schizophrenia" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"Uh having watched cnn against my better judgement the last several months cnn has lost its way our after our relentless pounding of the president cnn reporters bring as the grim news almost every day and now the diatribe is trump has lost his mind is a serious report wolf blitzer on friday did as several segments on trump is crazy and they quote this woman a yell psychiatrist name brandy acts lee she's deeply concerned about the president's mental health she said quote lawmakers were saying that there has been this concern the president's dangerousness the dangers that his mental instability in poses to the nation quote they know that concern is universal among democrats but it depends really of pond republicans they said some new of republicans that were concerned may be equally concerned but they would not act on their own she has said the president is mentally ill he suffers from paranoid you're delusion isolation paranoid schizophrenia with effective components and early onset of alzheimer's and it's down hail from their political reports on january third the president this before even took off his might be losing his mine somber this grit description shoe to describe trump narcissistic personality disorder antisocial personality disorder paranoid schizophrenia personality disorder delusional disorders malignant narcissism even some have suggested early onset of mansur that is just beginning summer some experts says not one thing it's wrong with him it's all these things together in a witches peru he suffering from personality disorders malignant narcissist them personality antisocial disorder and more and this is reported by the mainstream media as factual do you think for one moment the generals mattis kelly and mcmaster who see the president daily would work with somebody with early onset of dementia with his finger on the nuclear button do they they were put up with someone suffering from antisocial personality disorder or paranoid schizophrenia or paranoid personality disorder or from dilution or malignant narcissist them would you work with someone like that now one might say the political operation in the white house maybe even in the congress might ignore some of this but you honestly believe that the generals would do that.
"paranoid schizophrenia" Discussed on WCTC
"The yeah uh having watched cnn against my better judgement the last several months cnn has lost its way our after our relentless pounding of the president cnn reporters bring as the grim news almost every day and now the diatribe is trump has lost his mind is a serious report wolf blitzer on friday did as several segments on trump is crazy and they quote this woman a yell psychiatrist named brandy acts lee she's deeply concerned about the president's mental health she said quote lawmakers were saying that there has been this concern the president's dangerousness the dangers that is mental instability in poses to the nation quote they know the concern is universal among democrats but it depends really upon republicans they said some new of republicans that were concerned may be equally concerned but they would not act on their own she is said the president is mentally ill he suffers from paranoid you're delusion isolation paranoid schizophrenia with effective components and early onset of alzheimer's and it's downhill from their political reports on january third the president this before even took office might be losing his mine somber this grit descriptions jude's at ascribed trump narcissistic personality disorder antisocial personality disorder paranoid schizophrenia personality disorder delusional disorders malignant narcissism even some have suggested early onset of dementia that is just beginning summer some experts says not one thing it's wrong with him it's all these things together in a witches peru he suffering from personality disorders malignant narcissist him personality social disorder and more and this is reported by the mainstream media as factual do you think for one moment the generals mattis kelly and mcmaster who see the president daily would work with somebody with early onset of dementia with his finger on the nuclear button do they they would put up with someone suffering from antisocial personality disorder or paranoid schizophrenia or paranoid personality disorder or from dilution or malignant narcissist them would you work with someone like that now one might say the political operation in the white house maybe even in the congress might ignore some of this but you honestly believe that the generals would do that.
"paranoid schizophrenia" Discussed on WJR 760
"A difference democrats but it depends really a pond republicans they said some new of republicans that were concerned may be equally concerned but they would not act on their own she said the president is mentally ill he suffers from paranoid you're delusion isolation paranoid schizophrenia with effective components and early onset of alzheimer's and it's down from their political reports on january third the president this before you even took off his might be losing his mind somber this grit description shoots at ascribed trump narcissistic personality disorder antisocial personality disorder paranoid schizophrenia personality disorder delusional disorder malignant narcissism even some have suggested early onset of dementia that is just beginning summer some experts says not one thing it's wrong with him it's all these things together in a witches peru he suffering from personality disorders malignant narcissist him personality antisocial disorder and more and this is reported by the mainstream media as factual do you think for one moment the generals mattis kelly and mcmaster who see the president daily would work with somebody with earlyonset of dementia with his finger on the nuclear button do they they will put up with someone suffering from antisocial personality disorder or paranoid schizophrenia or paranoid personality disorder or from dilution or more leggett narcissist them would you work with someone like that now one might say the political operation in the white house maybe even in the congress might ignore some of this but you honestly believe that the generals would do that i certainly think not let's go to brandon the great state of ohio bread in ohio welcome to the bill cunningham show brad please go ahead a very great right paul yes of ai before tell president trump i out here real america we have is back we love them and god the media just look but twenty four seven eight is just pushed know the.
"paranoid schizophrenia" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"At choicehotels don with the center for immigrant immigration studies cis dot org to talk about how is it that we have a programme in this country that waves in literally fifty thousand per year of i 10 or a individuals from countries that we have no need for any skills they have been it's outrageous what's happening us coming up later but until then let's continue a doctor ceo psychologists the north carolina though where the tar heels in the wolf back dr c a your psychologist welcome to the bill cunningham show please go ahead thank you very much your show regarded but waigel left org on on one you pointed out or go wall that pointed out that a lot of people although i go go way back all the fact that our work right now how do you stop homes who are picked a movie theater that was a gun free zone who wanted to be the joker he had some mental breakdown maybe it was paranoid schizophrenia with defective components and homes thought it was a good idea to dress up as the joker and go kill people how do you stop that well i think i think you talent or purpose get it meant that you ever wanted at all i would like to go and i think that individual currently under over at all the it'd be thinking clearly enable them no that will rise to avoid right break down maybe it was paranoid schizophrenia with effective components and homes thought it was a good idea to dress up as the joker and go kill people how do you stop at it take over there light walk to give them the app the report and maintain what.
"paranoid schizophrenia" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Health drug addiction mental illnesses paranoid schizophrenia effective components all the rest on scene of from the inside and out and to get somebody locked up today on a mental health threeday holder is dam near impossible and if it happens because there's no beds no capacity after the three days of a hold or if you happen to get one under an affidavit danger yourself for others now these poplar released and then what they do is skipped town go somewhere else and avoid any more of the system and just walk around downtown there's dozens darrow accelerator trai we don't we quite hustle if you can't you can't or or wobbly function you if it's all your why ben unique b o award of pay and unique karn yourself over fatal of them budgam you know world get the motti then set graf only a ploy to money if we spend it but we had that bob calling from south of dayton and his daughter happy healthy 18 graduates goes away goes to college falls into the wrong crowd a begin slowly and now thirty one years old she's a fullfledged heroin addict in a derelict birth control so notes of not being sold out what she can't you can't y debate habito pay and put an eight and putin mental hospital and then or or people see what you have to go for now go o o earnhardt uber factor madonna eriksson media there were because jim right now there's no consequence you get.