17 Burst results for "Pocatello"

"pocatello" Discussed on Find the Path Podcast

Find the Path Podcast

08:33 min | 2 months ago

"pocatello" Discussed on Find the Path Podcast

"I have no interest in the destruction of huckabee. Three four thousand years ago perhaps but time and he looks back in the direction of the rest of the slave trenches time in solitude. They've me time to reflect. Do you hear them in your head. A look of almost profound sadness crosses his face every moment. I will tell you my story. If you have the time we do as i said i am toughness you that was born and raised of a lesser family and the rainbow metropolis the opalines fault capital of the peerless empire for those familiar with my native plane of earth city. Just kinda glances over at masika and hollis blake and at thirty three if i take ten familiar enough with his native plan to understand what he's talking about here. The open line volt Is the center of the empire It is built on the inner surface of a thirty mile wide crystal gio so cool. Buildings rise up from the floor. Walls and ceiling linked by bridges lebron's and still the light of countless gluing spheres is reflected and refracted many times by the surface of the jobs creating an infinite liked populated million guy. Yeah that sounds really cool. have guarded the slave trenches for millennia. Those place in my role here bound here by hawk tap himself. That was never intended to be the sites attornal guardian. I'm on contract. If you will let me simply state that is not arrogance. That guides my words at my time. I was the pride of my people. I'm a master of the martial skills. Played an axe and a master of arcane magic destructive more so than most in my language they call us. He uses a word that does not translate for review amongst your people believe there for to assess meghan. all gosh. she's a megan. Oh that would have been an awful fight. There was never a skill that i pursued that i did not master and so despite my commoner birth understand the shy tanner mostly divided amongst commodores nobility. I'm the i'm the non wish. Granting kind of cini. I was skilled capable roud arrogant greedy. As time passed i began to view myself as perhaps the greatest the by people that my salted. He did nothing to dispel my overblown view myself. However i was greedy above all else and did not care if it was gold or gems. Art objects magical gear. I had a personal treasury that rivaled that of the sultan himself and i was dedicated to making certain that it continued growing my war against my brothers and sisters of the planes of water air and especially fire as the free tonight. I've always had a contentious relationship. That ain't that uncommon. No no it's not unfortunately has in so many stories of greatness. My weaknesses proved be mind. Doing i was contacted by pocatello when he was searching for the perfect guardian for his earthworks. He gestures with his hands at abroad. This motion god's but he was clever and he did his research beforehand. He summoned me. He bowed to me. He offered me riches beyond compare glory beyond anything. I had ever experienced the worship and adoration of his people. You fed me allies and i ate it up. They proposed some arrangement in return for an immense payment of wealth and magic as he stated more gold than i could feel into a single of your pyramids i would simply need to protect the cups tottenham. He used the literal words. Until i can finally use this weapon to bring low the schori the appeal to me was twofold first at promised a vast treasure and second the pride that i would feel and seeing the power of earth break this powerful air magic and bring down earth from sky to ground which should be so hawk. Attempt never fought the shourie otherwise would have been released or never fully destroyed them. I was blinded to the loophole eagerly agreed but huckabee died before the capsule. Tom could ever be activated. And it required that hawk tip use the device to bring low the shore o so somebody used it but they it was after his time. Has it ever been used. It has been used for its separate purpose. What's at separate purpose. Cups autonomy can activate the aromatic howlers. So it's only ever been used to elevate the flying pyramids it's never actually been used to bring anything back down to the ground. He leans towards all of you. But if what you're saying is true if you sudi was it yes if you were to use this place feasibly interview with his eight. Then that would be the same as huckabee tab. Activating the device because we have a piece of pocket taps soul. Except we're not bringing down the shourie. All of apocalypse types pyramids are powered by the power of the empire. That's a pretty good. St last vestiges of their powered that would bring down the ni- after nearly six thousand years would be free. Do you mind if i ask you a few other questions. Yes did the show ever actually attack. Oh syrian do you know how could have just crazy. The story never attacked this location. But from what i understand. They often made rates against the southern and western portions of never this all out war. That hawk attack thought was going to happen that he would need this weapon for the cups. Who tana was never activated. Assume i would have heard of an all out war but from what i understand. Assyrian slipped into age of darkness. Homely hold free of that by the rising these pharaohs of ascension that they spoke of and then eventually they fell as well and all of those syrian felon or someone else's command and i was bound here forgotten because of my arrogance unable to fulfil my goal or break my contract. Do you know how haka tap died trail from what i understand. That is what has people said. Did they say by who. My bet is still on his brother. The did not confer with me. Once tip had me bound the illusion of respect that his people gave me disappeared. I was another servant and there is at that point. Pocatello up dodd. It was placed into his pyramid. From what i understand. His commend his guardians. They slaughtered his other generals and buried them. In the other pyramids here they activated the aromatic powers of the pyramids and lifted them into the air. Y'all commend were never buried with hockey tub. When they were done they destroyed themselves. They're buried around here. What if the various tombs born of that remember. You say that his spirit was split before the pyramid roast sky. Only hamra could have done wasn't harmless. He did high featuring turned the hamra. Not me specifically. He was migrate ancestor. Who stares at you for a long time. You come here for him. I've come here to write to the wrongs of him. You'll probably be interested to know the way. Excuse me the hall. Most race still haunts this.

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"pocatello" Discussed on We Saw the Devil

We Saw the Devil

03:33 min | 2 months ago

"pocatello" Discussed on We Saw the Devil

"There's a there's this field over here. it's really great. We could go over here. I'm sure that i'm sure that producer cut her off like that's that's enough. You get new song. My god the other one. That was hilarious was The producer asked did your dad start a colt and there answer wasn't a flat absolutely not it was if he did. He didn't invite us but hurt. He didn't even tell us. We would have been the best colt members. We would have been as top picks. Yeah they were upset. By one hundred percent it was it was surreal. And i can honestly see now. How discovered that naive again. No judgment or like that's the thing like i'm just. I'm just trying to explain this. I know that there are exceptions to rules right. The exception to the rule you know is like what happened at pocatello funeral home. Like who knows where this body ends up like. That is the exception to the rule of normally. If you you know take a body somewhere. You're you're going to get it back at some point early snow where went to be right in regards to home school kids. The exception to the rule is it's a completely normal social person right. Be like as you were home schooled. That's the exception. Yeah it's a. You were home schooled. And you're listening right now. You were probably the cool one. We probably had no idea. You're probably fine. Probably no problem everyone else. It's all the other ones that ruin it for you rub. Thanks for having me on anytime house like we'll have. We'll have some some pretty great snacks review shortly. So join us on the next episode in the near future or robin tells us a little bit about herself and eat some incredible snacks. So that's a for today guys. We are now fully up to date on the lori velo case and as always we will bring you the news as it happens and as we have those updates again. I have a news update leader in the week on friday. That will be dropping so many crazy things are happening in the world. And i have fallen down so many different robert holes of different crimes discovered some actually really new cool podcast that have come out on them too and i cannot wait to air it so that will be coming on friday and then we have a few surprises next week. So don't forget. Our website is we saw the devil dot com. Also if you have any questions concerns complaints case request always loving the case request guys and if you have a case that you really really really want me to cover a joiner patriot. You can patrons get. I debs on the selecting cases for the show and i currently have a pull up in our patriotic because i am looking to start a new season at a new series of cases and as brittany said earlier in this episode. Guys don't forget go to w. s. d. love dot com that's w. s. d. love dot com from there. You can basically enter to win a cool cool present cool gift or in the words of the website itself some free shit..

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"pocatello" Discussed on We Saw the Devil

We Saw the Devil

04:05 min | 2 months ago

"pocatello" Discussed on We Saw the Devil

"Twenty nine and like. You're going to really appreciate this. Britney it was like a super bowl event. It was a public hanging the head over forty thousand people in attendance. Honestly at this point. This pandemic has made me so starved for being around other people that that kinda sounds nice rain heartache. That i would feel a sense of community. It really brought scotland together. But yeah that's it. I mean apologies for the little history lesson on his fixing guys. I hope i got my point across. Because i'm seeing it everywhere. That josh strangled her. It does not necessarily mean strangled the drug that we know that that's present could have actually just caused her to stop breathing or have breathing. I love it too because like even the day bell kids are like she didn't die of spixii that in happened he didn't poison my mom smothered her just like it's not better like there's not a good idea. No none of them are god so their argument is just like ridiculous as fixing you can even be asthma like when people have asthma attacks and can't breathe. That is actually a form of zia. So i mean there could be a variety of options guys. But it doesn't necessarily mean that chad went into tammy's room. You know like frankenstein and put his hands around her knock. It does not only mean that yeah. He's her with a so so then like trying to argue their way until like how their dad was completely innocent of this. I mean could tammy have been in a weird position. Could there have been. I mean all of the other forms of this. They just don't make sense for how she could have passed. What we know is that a drug was involved right and then we know that day. Bill was in there with her at some in some period of time So i mean there are a variety of things that could have happened. He could have. He could have smothered her. He could have drugged her. Made her basically unconscious and then smothered her. I definitely that it different types of asphyxia could have been like a combination which is probably more likely If people didn't notice anything exactly nobody you're absolutely right. It could be multiple and overlapping methods even You know one thing is for sure though is that it appears that great deal planning went into a i think so too so i mean to your point. Sure chad could could try. John in chad could try to explain away. The deaths of tighly. Jj they try all they want to to say that he had no idea who's on a property and surely he would have dug a better grave riot as a pet cemetery. You guys just didn't look the right one and you want to bring that up though. What sad about like it couldn't have been my dad. Yeah so they're they're excuse like he was framed. What's your proof and the main reasons are the top one. It wasn't that you know my dad's a good person. He'd never kill someone. Their number one reason was my dad's a professional grave digger. He would have known to dig way deeper than that. Any definitely wouldn done it on our property. That's not really what happened like everyone again. You guys have to become a patriot on our discord chats are hilarious like everyone was laughing at that part and i'm sure you guys have seen names of already too. But then their second reason as to why not just oh he was a professional gravedigger blah blah blah. The second point was will anyone could come on. Our property. look is just right here Could have been someone else and also speaking of how anyone else could come here. A our dad would have gone somewhere else. There's a there's a river over there like emma's pointing out other places that she would have hidden the body..

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"pocatello" Discussed on We Saw the Devil

We Saw the Devil

05:31 min | 2 months ago

"pocatello" Discussed on We Saw the Devil

"Plans. The auto erotic fixation is where people choke themselves to lose. Consciousness out of sexual ratification. They reach this like no level when they're a brain stops getting oxygen and they it's like a sexual thank for them but in homicide cases they call. There's a there's a really unique term called barking and burke's ambitious of that weird though lake so harsh. I'm about to learn something. I'm not ready for a burger king. I'll have to tell you what mounting is one day. oh dammit. I want to know though i'm gonna tell you and you're gonna throw up. It is so montaigne is actually the term for necrophiliac's when they have sex with a corpse and it's not fully drained of fluids. Oh where they jump up and down on the stomach cavity in order to extract the remaining fluids. There's a for it because it happens. Apparently so frequently trying to break through it. You know like if i breathe in the air doesn't hit cetainly daily thing in the back my throat. Maybe i won't. I actually rach the first time. I heard that i'm really proud of myself so far. Just my eyes are watery. Okay i can do hard things. My therapist right. You should ask your therapist. Oh yeah that'll go over real well so in homicide cases. There's a term called burger king and its applied to fix. He'll deaths that result from someone sitting on another net net. Too late already gags is thinking about monte. You're welcome so hard. And i didn't even tell you what i didn't even finish the definition. I just loved it there. There can't be more there can't be there's more do you want to know or you wanna leave. Why would i want to know. People are just naturally curious absolutely not curious in homicide cases. Burke is the term applied to fix yield deaths that result from someone like a perpetrator sitting on a victim and a fashion that restricts breathing so the victim actually does die from his fixing and this is.

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"pocatello" Discussed on We Saw the Devil

We Saw the Devil

04:04 min | 2 months ago

"pocatello" Discussed on We Saw the Devil

"This case isn't just about highly ryan and jj value. Their mother was murdered. Their mama their mom and by all accounts. They loved their mom. It was a close knit family. And i mean my god didn't imitable even work at the same school that tammy do. Yes they were close. And then you know. I mean and then we're going to get there but like mark gable said that the coroner told him that their mother had died of fixation. Yes and on top of that. I know the stories of changed a lot but garth is was apparently home when this happened right so it's not like this was something that they had to like. Sit down and be told happened. They were they were part of this entire trauma. They were boots on the ground. You know and this was really interesting too. Is that supposedly. He heard a thud. Yeah so the way he described it was so when he's describing. Okay tell me about the morning when your father discover your mother and what he said was my dad called out with fear in his voice yell free to come down after i heard this thud hit the floor so it it definitely makes you start thinking. Okay well what was going on with. Chad had chat done something at that point. Was he trying to move the body. What was going on But what was the. What was the quote. What did he say about the coroner so yeah. Mark davis said that the coroner told him that their mother had died the succesion and now guys. I just wanted to make it incredibly clear because i'm seeing this everywhere that everyone is saying that that means that debut strangled her. And i'm here to tell you that as fixing does not. Just only equate to strangulation is fixing old death whether they're accidental suicidal or homicidal are actually grouped by forensic scientists into categories based on mechanism. So we don't know the mechanism for tammy debacle right. We do know that there was some sort of drug based on what the the report and the affidavit that came out we do know that there was some sort of drug involved. And then apparently the corner told mark debacle that tammy died of fixation so there are three generalized categories of fixation..

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"pocatello" Discussed on We Saw the Devil

We Saw the Devil

05:51 min | 2 months ago

"pocatello" Discussed on We Saw the Devil

"So jon cryer filed this on september seventh and the document says comes now the defendants by and through his attorney john prior moves this court pursuant idaho criminal role blah blah blah blah severing the cases between the defendants chad guy. Day bell and laurie. Noreen valo the motion for severance of the cases and trial is brought on the basis. That if the cases and trial are not severed the defendant guy debacle will not be afforded a fair and impartial. Trial the defendant further seats in order from the court directing that the fremont county prosecutor delivered to the court for inspection in camera. Any statements or confessions made by both defendants at the state intends to introduce as evidence at trial. The council for defendant further request that the court set a briefing schedule and a hearing date on this motion. Counsel for the defendant requests an opportunity to present evidence an offer argument so that was actually a good bit to unpack in that filing okay. Can you tell me what that said like. I'm a five year old. So basically john prior sees that chad being tied to. Laurie is not a good idea. Wants the sever the trials and in fact he wants to know at lord's been saying behind closed doors. Oh snoop so basically guys. It's pretty much indicative that they've turned on one another. But who did it. I as my question That's what i want to know. My speculation is that laurie is. I mean this is just complete. Mutter speculation on my part guys is that laurie is faking her entire episode that she's going through Basically to get out of going to trial with chad more less is pretty much. Going to be like playing the grief-stricken mom who was bamboozled by chad day bell manipulated prophet. I believed him. Oh my god what did i. What did i let happen to my children. I have a feeling that that's kind of the road that lorries taking. Okay and then chad. Obviously we kind of got a little preview of what his defenses right because i e forty eight hours interview exactly okay And just a quick recap. That was Last week fourteen hours had for the first time. Ever all chance kids right there. The interview them. Would you say it was like mostly fifty minutes worth of recap and then ten minutes of actual interview. Yeah it was. It was utterly just disappointing. Yeah so we'll obviously get into that. But his his defense if we compare that to what we think. Laurie's would be is that chad. Had no idea that this even happened that the kids had been killed that they were buried on his property like. It's he's just going for a complete like i had no idea. It was laurie and ally right and as everyone brained. Yeah framed and as everyone knows. Alex cox's no longer here to throw in his two cents so aasa thank god for that. There'd be more dead people probably if that were the case. Yeah i think so too. So today is the as we had the hearing. We've been waiting for. is she. Cray cray or not she. Is she still craig. Grand criterion. maury was found not competent to stand trial. So therefore there's going to be a one hundred and eighty extension while she continues treatment and i wonder what her her treatment plan entails. Yeah i assume lots of drugs. And then i'm hoping that mark beans comes out and gives us an update because he's apparently been privy to quite a bit of it. Yeah well here's the thing. Here's something that. I'm kind of torn on to be honest. Is that the physicians who are treating her right..

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"pocatello" Discussed on We Saw the Devil

We Saw the Devil

04:26 min | 2 months ago

"pocatello" Discussed on We Saw the Devil

"Saw the devil. If you're loving the show liking the show one to financially back it you can do so there. Get some cool stuff in return last but not least and i say this every episode and i mean it from the bottom of my heart. If you're listening to a podcast and not just this. Podcast any podcast. If you're listening to it and you're enjoying it and you like what the creator is doing. Please take thirty seconds out of your day to good tunes. Cast box stitcher radio. Whatever platform you're using to listen to that podcast and leave them a five star review. It's incredibly important. Make sure you subscribe and then leave a five star review it is incredibly important Not only just for our egos But also from a business perspective in terms of metrics and marketing and things of that nature. So as i stated earlier britney is joining me once again afford the laurie valid update. So let's discuss the case brittany. It's time again. Let up what up. How are you doing you know. Just wanna report that. I am marking myself. Safe from pocatello funeral homes. So and here okay. Thank you for asking. Glad glad to hear that you're all in one piece Do you want to tell listeners. For those who may not be familiar. Follow east idaho news. What exactly is going on at this funeral home. Well i can report just about nothing as can most people. There's a lot of questions a natta answers. But polka telo is about one hour away from idaho falls About an hour and a half away from rexburg where our friends chad warrior and polka telo is. I mean it's a whole city guys. It's not it's not a great one. It's not the one that we put on postcards here in idaho but it does exist and in the heart of pocatello is a funeral home. Dowwnard general home. The funeral home is like basically in school parking lot whites. Yes so like the way poco high school sit like shares parking lot to this funeral home and it's actually students that started reporting us out.

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"pocatello" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"pocatello" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Material and tapes. We moved here a few years ago from the state of Idaho. Pocatello, about 100 miles to the west of Pocatello was a little burb called Peekaboo, Idaho. That was the city from which the silver medalist in downhill skiing Peekaboo Street came from. She had a coaching staff that would help her and on the days of competition, she would actually have. One of her coaches go halfway down the mountain to watch where the other skiers were having problems. And then he would radio up to her and tell her at this point in the A corrective plant to it. It needed some instruction, and it needed him. He was the apostolic coach who could actually help straighten out the mess is in the church. In this one letter. As we've been going through it, we discovered there have been at least 21 subjects on which these Corinthians needed instruction and rebuke. We've seen 21 toppings as we journey through this letter that Paula's address to try to straighten out the mess In this church. There was the topic of division. There was the topic of doctrine in Chapter one. There was the topic of pride that he addressed in this church and Chapter one and Chapter four. There was the topic of preaching. They didn't understand the importance of preaching..

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"pocatello" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"pocatello" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Eight seven two seven B. U. C. K. he highlighted one of my favorite media tactics well we were off the air here Pat we see it and get it today they said be on Donald Trump silent as one hundred thousand people die and they did this they this is a very constant think CNN is really bad at it right now so just see full and there is up to they are let's be honest about it in there at least connected to actual news period in the entire networks history it is fine to criticize C. N. N. over the years they have abandoned abandoned being a news organization organization yeah their total anti trump propaganda now that's all they are and I if I would put an asterisk there for certain exceptions of personalities and hosts and journalists on there I don't think everybody's like that but the tone of their day is that it is associating every story with Donald Trump and trying to make him look bad in any way possible this is this is another example it's if this is a tactic the scene and uses all the time which is why it take one activity let's say trump is doing and tie it to another activity that's happening roughly at the same time and then just connect them with ads so it's like let's say I did this guy you know a dollar do there's a murder in in Pocatello Idaho okay and they say Donald trump golfs as murders go on in Idaho and like those two things aren't connected at all like what what what what does it matter what any time he golfs bad things will be happening somewhere in the world.

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"pocatello" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"pocatello" Discussed on WTVN

"Highlighted one of my favorite media tactics while we were off the air here Pat we see in and get it today they said you know Donald Trump silent as one hundred thousand people die and they did this they this is a very constant thing CNN is really bad at it right now so deceitful and there's active they are let's be honest about it in there at least connected to actual news period in the entire networks history is being fine to criticize C. N. N. over the years they have abandoned abandoned being a news organization organization yeah they're total anti trump propaganda now that's all they are and I if I would put an asterisk there for certain exceptions of personalities and hosts and journalists on there I don't think everybody's like that but the tone of their day is that it is associating every story with Donald Trump and trying to make him look bad in any way possible this this is another example it's this is a tactic that scene and uses all the time which is it would take one activity let's say trump is doing and tie it to another activity that's happening roughly at the same time and then just connect them with ads so it's like let's say I did this guy you know a dollar do there's a murder in in Pocatello Idaho okay and they say Donald trump golfs as murders go on in Idaho and like those two things aren't connected at all like what what what what does it matter what any time he golfs bad things will be happening.

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"pocatello" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"pocatello" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Two seven BTC que you highlighted one of my favorite media tactics well we were off the air here Pat we see it and get it today they said you know Donald Trump silent as one hundred thousand people die and they did this they this is a very constant thing CNN is really bad at it right now so deceitful they are let's be honest about it in there at least connected to actual news period in the entire networks history is very fine to criticize CNN over the years they have abandoned abandoned being a news organization organization yeah their total anti trump propaganda now that's all they are and I if I would put an asterisk there for certain exceptions of personalities and hosts and journalists on there I don't think everybody's like that but the tone of their day is that it is associating every story with Donald Trump and trying to make him look bad in any way possible this this is another example it's this is a tactic that scene and uses all the time which is it would take one activity let's say trump is doing and tie it to another activity that's happening roughly at the same time and then just connect them with ads so it's like let's say I did this guy you know a dollar do there's a murder in in Pocatello Idaho okay and they say Donald trump golfs as murders go on in Idaho and like those two things are connected at all like what what what what does it matter what Brady time he golfs bad things will be happening somewhere in the world.

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"pocatello" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

07:02 min | 2 years ago

"pocatello" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Is one heck of a researcher he has created the supplement concept and here is back on coast to coast doc welcome back well thank you so much you are you are the greatest and I'm just so always happy to be with you how were the holidays for you well we were busy we're busy all over the world actually and we have so many great things go on that's the is just one of those miracles that the people have needs and of course we've figured out how to do with over nine hundred different diseases right well before we go to calls I've got a couple stories on a few emails to address with you okay it was a story that broke yesterday out of being one doc that set a twice a year injection that reduces bad cholesterol to protect the heart is to be pioneered in England they said already millions of people take daily Staten pills to cut their cholesterol but they want these that they claim will save thirty thousand thirty thousand lives a year and they say what it will do is it will burst reduce I silence the gene call the in the slur on and it will absorb more bad cholesterol from the blood and break it down and send it to the liver does that sound smart well they've missed about six different things there George first of all close strolls not because the plank in your arteries is not the cause of heart disease you take a stand regular you're close so you're going to get al summers these because seventy five percent of your brain weight is Mylan which is the white matter the brain and is almost a hundred sent cholesterol you do not want to give up close so you just want to keep your good cholesterol good and this is where the anti oxidants command to protect the cholesterol nine exit day keeps the doctor away I was speaking of eggs Lisa from Pocatello out all right all rights I really believe in the nutritional value of eggs but I don't really like them cook did any form so what I've done dark is I've started putting a raw Igor to in my Jews or smoothies I love the texture and flavor is that okay now these are raw it's fine as long as you're taking your ninety essential nutrients okay because again well you do have some enzymes and I'm that eat up things and so you want to be sure to take your ninety cents in your dreams so you mean the raw egg is not going to interfere with any nutrition and so you got to do both the raw eggs are fine member rocky how I remember that I'm not sure I could do that just swallow raw eggs like that now what I'm gonna shake what what about pasteurization does that matter well keep pasteurized you're killing a lot of the good stuff in your actually beginning to convert the good cholesterol and the bad cholesterol you do not want to be heating cholesterol but ninety five percent of testosterone is cholesterol ninety five percent of estrogen is cholesterol ninety five percent of your adrenal hormones is cholesterol ninety five percent of your white matter your brain is cholesterol in so he really really really have to take good care of it make sure you get plenty of it I first learned that nineteen sixty nine when I did or not times into well cheap from North Africa north of the atlas mountains they're only in captivity United States for two months George both died and three days apart did the autopsies on him and they had ninety percent plaque in their arteries she is an example where the ship getting their cholesterol they're not eating eggs are not eating better they're not eating meat and so I analyzer food which is mixed grain and some hay and grass it turns out that the grain they were being said was held in a metal drum inside of a metal barn for two years before they gave a tomahawk and the heat during the summertime oxidized the wheat germ oil in the weeds and that because free radical damage to the arteries in because the plaque in yards I wrote that they wouldn't publish it in American cardiology journals so I had to go to Denmark and get it published in Denmark that could happen to humans to that could lead his is exactly what happened salad dressings cooking oils olive oil MCT oil canola oil corn also oil those are the things that cause plaque in your arteries not cholesterol is an email sent to us on behalf of the Monaco who is a quadriplegic can she said I've heard doc talk about how he has helped some people who can't walk I would love to walk again and what can I do any vitamins that I can take absolutely no one of the most common causes of quadriplegia other than physical injury some people just say yeah you know I just started getting numb in my arms and my legs and got worse and worse and worse and I woke up one morning and could move anything below my ears let's go the last you proces the skull enough you proces country to popular belief George has nothing do with age babies are born with us you proces some game some mothers deficient then the babies deficient help when you have a few pros has your bones actually get bigger when you lose the minerals the bone matrix which is kind of the rebar and bone increases in volume to try and maintain strength and there's twelve pairs a cranial nerves and they go through tunnels are made in the brain they go through tunnels to go to the outside and do things and as he tell get filled up with his bone matrix any of us suppose they get squeezed when the tent's cranial nerve give squeeze the vagus nerve you get a feeling heard you talking about aids in the program right if it is actually causality proces of the skull squeezing the Vegas which controls the rate and rhythm of the heart you can also have the Jenner disc disease vertebrae in your upper back AT T. one two three and four get closer together a squeeze the roots of the nerves that control the rate real in the heart there's nothing wrong with your heart when you have a fib it's not you proces of the skull and are degenerative disease another email and this from rex how do you treat toenail infections okay toenail infections well you do it from two things number one from the outside use a colloidal silver directly you know on the toenails the coil silver is a great great great disinfectant and also you can take a what we call killer biotic which is a wonderful wonderful herbal thing that raise your means system and actually has kind of close runner blemishes tax bugs itself but putting their colloidal silver on your toenails and we actually have another product called pure works this a phone and you put that on your toenails your walk around during the day and it will kill the fungus because I can be pretty painful for people cannot employee can Itchen be painful and just be distracting and miserable all the time.

researcher
"pocatello" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

07:02 min | 2 years ago

"pocatello" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Is one heck of a researcher he has created the supplement concept and here is back on coast to coast doc welcome back well thank you so much you're you are the greatest and I'm just so always happy to be with you how old were the holidays for you we were busy we're busy all over the world actually in we had so many great things go on it's is just one of those miracles that the people have needs and of course we've figured out how to do it over nine hundred different diseases great well before we go to calls I've got a couple stories on a few emails to address with you okay it was a story that broke yesterday out of being one doc that set a twice a year injection that reduces bad cholesterol to protect the heart is the B. pioneered in England they said already millions of people take daily Staten pills to cut their cholesterol but they want these that they claim will save thirty thousand thirty thousand lives a year and they say what it will do is it will reduce reduce I silence the gene call the in a slur on and it will absorb more bad cholesterol from the blood and break it down and send it to the liver does that sound smart well they've missed about six different things there George first of all close strolls not because the plank in your arteries is not the cause of heart disease you take a stand regular you're close so you're going to get a Alzheimer disease because seventy five percent of your brain weight is Mylan which is the white matter the brain is almost a hundred sent cholesterol you do not want to give up close so you just want to keep your good cholesterol good and this is where the anti oxidants command to protect the cholesterol nine exit day keeps the doctor away it was speaking of eggs Lisa from Pocatello Idaho writes highly believe in the nutritional value of eggs but I don't really like them cook did any form so what I've done dark is I've started putting a raw Igor to in my Jews or smoothies I love the texture and flavor is that okay now these are wrong it's fine as long as you're taking your ninety essential nutrients okay because again well you do have some enzymes in in the heat up things and so you want to be sure to take your ninety essential nutrients so you mean the raw egg is not going to interfere with any nutrition and the so you got to do both but raw eggs are fine member rocky I remember that I'm not sure I could do that just swallow raw eggs like that now I'm gonna shake what what about pasteurization doesn't matter well keep pasteurized you're killing a lot of the good stuff in your actually beginning to convert to good cholesterol in the bad cholesterol you do not want to be heating cholesterol but ninety five percent of testosterone is cholesterol ninety five percent of estrogen is cholesterol ninety five percent of your adrenal hormones is cholesterol ninety five percent of your white matter your brain is cholesterol in so he really really really have to take good care of it make sure you get plenty of it I first learned that nineteen sixty nine when I did it on time soon too well cheap from North Africa north of the endless mountains they're only in captivity United States for two months George they both died and three days apart did the autopsies on him and they had ninety percent plaque in their arteries she is an example where is she getting their clothes rather not eating eggs are not eating better they're not eating meat and so I analyzer food which is mixed grain and some hay and grass it turns out that the grain they were being said was held in a metal drum inside of a metal barn for two years before they gave a town hall and the heater in the summertime oxidized the wheat germ oil in the weeds and that because free radical damage to the arteries in because the plaque a RJ wrote that they wouldn't publish it in American cardiology journals so I had to go to Denmark and get it published in Denmark that could happen to humans to that goodness well that's it is exactly what happened salad dressings cooking oils olive oil in situ oil canola oil corn oil soil those are the things because planking your arteries not cholesterol is an email sent to us on behalf of the Monaco who is a quadriplegic can she said I've heard doc talk about how he has helped some people who can't walk I would love to walk again and what can I do any vitamins that I can take absolutely real one of the most common causes of quadriplegia other than physical injury some people just say yeah you know I just started getting numb in my arms and my legs and got worse and worse and worse and woke up one morning and could move anything below my ears let's go they have us you proces the stillness you proces country to pamper believe George has nothing do with age babies are born with us you proces some pain some mothers deficient then the baby is deficient in so when you have a few pros has your bones actually get bigger when you lose the minerals in the bone matrix which is kind of the rebar and bone increases in volume to try and maintain strength and there's twelve pairs a cranial nerves and they go to channels are made in the brain they go through channels to go to the outside and do things and as he tell get filled up with his bone matrix whenever I suppose they get squeezed when the tent's cranial nerve give squeeze the vagus nerve he had a feeling heard you talking about aids in the program right if it is actually causality proces of the skull squeezing the Vegas which controls the rate and rhythm of the heart you can also have the Jenner disc disease vertebrae in your upper back a T. one two three and four get closer together a sweet the roots of the nerves that control the rate real in the heart there's nothing wrong with your heart when you have a fib it's not you proces of the skull and are degenerative disease another email in this from rex how do you treat toenail infections okay toenail infection as well you do it from two things number one from the outside use a colloidal silver directly you know on the toenails the coil silver is a great great great disinfectant and also you can take a what we call killer biotic which is a wonderful wonderful herbal thing that raises your means system and actually has kind of flow trying to blow enacted tax bugs itself but putting their colloidal silver on your toenails and we actually another particle pure works this a phone and you put that on your toenails your walk around during the day and it will kill the fungus because I can be pretty painful for people cannot actually can Itchen be painful and just be distracting and miserable all the time and.

researcher
"pocatello" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

07:02 min | 2 years ago

"pocatello" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Is one heck of a researcher he has created the supplement concept and here is back on coast to coast doc welcome back well thank you so much you're you are the greatest and I'm just so always happy to be with you how old were the holidays for you we were busy we're busy all over the world actually and we had so many great things go on it's is just one of those miracles that the people have needs and of course we've figured out how to do it over nine hundred different diseases great well before we go to calls I've got a couple stories on a few emails to address with you okay it was a story that broke yesterday out of being one doc that set a twice a year injection that reduces bad cholesterol to protect the heart is the B. pioneered in England they said already millions of people take daily Staten pills to cut their cholesterol but they want these that they claim will save thirty thousand thirty thousand lives a year and they say what it will do is it will reduce reduce I silence the gene called the in the system or on and it will absorb more bad cholesterol from the blood and break it down and send it to the liver does that sound smart well they've missed about six different things there George first of all close strolls not because the plank in your arteries is not the cause of heart disease you take a stand regular you're close so you're going to get a Alzheimer's disease because seventy five percent of your brain weight is Mylan which is the white matter the brain and is almost a hundred sent cholesterol you do not want to give up close so you just want to keep your good cholesterol good and this is where the anti oxidants command to protect the cholesterol nine eight today keeps the doctor away I was speaking of eggs Lisa from Pocatello out all right all rights I believe in the nutritional value of eggs when I don't really like them cooked in any form so what I've done dark is I've started putting a raw Igor to in my Jews or smoothies I love the texture and flavor is that okay now these are wrong it's fine as long as you're taking your ninety essential nutrients game because again always do have some enzymes in in the heat up things and so you want to be sure to take your ninety essential nutrients so you mean the raw egg is not going to interfere with any nutrition and the so you got to do both but raw eggs are fine member rocky I remember that I'm not sure I could do that just swallow raw eggs like that well what I'm gonna shake what what about pasteurization doesn't matter well keep pasteurized you're killing a lot of the good stuff in your actually beginning to convert to good cholesterol in the bad cholesterol you do not want to be heating cholesterol but ninety five percent of testosterone is cholesterol ninety five percent of estrogen is cholesterol ninety five percent of your adrenal hormones is cholesterol ninety five percent of your white matter your brain is cholesterol in so he really really really have to take good care of it make sure you get plenty of it I first learned that nineteen sixty nine when I did in on time soon too well cheap from North Africa north of the endless mountains they're only in captivity United States for two months charge died and three days apart did the autopsies on and they had ninety percent plaque in their arteries she is an adult were issued getting their clothes rather not eating eggs are not eating better they're not eating meat and so I analyzer food which is mixed grain and some hay and grass it turns out that the grain they were being said was held in a metal drum inside of a metal barn for two years before they gave a town hall and the heater in the summertime oxidized the wheat germ oil in the weeds and that because free radical damage to the arteries in because the plaque any RJ wrote that they wouldn't publish it in American cardiology journals so I had to go to Denmark and get it published in Denmark that could happen to humans to that goodness well as it is exactly what happened salad dressings cooking oils olive oil MCT oil canola oil corn also oil those are the things that cause plaque in your arteries not cholesterol is in the mail center was on behalf of the Monaco who is a quadriplegic can she said I've heard doc talk about how he has helped some people who can't walk I would love to walk again and what can I do any vitamins that I can take absolutely no one of the most common causes of quadriplegia other than physical injury some people just say yeah you know I just started getting numb in my arms and my legs and got worse and worse and worse and woke up one morning and could move anything below my ears let's go they have us you proces the stolen US you proces country to pamper believe George his nose with age babies are born with us you proces some game some mothers deficient then the baby is deficient in so when you have a few pros has your bones actually get bigger when you lose the minerals the bone matrix which is kind of the rebar and bone increases in volume to try and maintain strength and there's twelve pairs a cranial nerves and they go to channels are made in the brain they go through tunnels to go to the outside and do things and as he's telling is filled up with his bone matrix in about suppose they get squeezed when the tent's cranial nerve give squeeze the vagus nerve he had a fit I heard you talking about aids in the program right if it is actually causality proces of the skull squeezing the Vegas which controls the rate and rhythm of the heart you can also have the gender of this disease Verne rain your upper back a T. one two three and four get closer together a squeeze the roots of the nerves that control the rate within the heart there's nothing wrong with your heart when you have a fib it's not you proces of the skull and are degenerative disease another email in this from rex how do you treat toenail infections okay toenail infection as well you did from two things number one from the outside use a colloidal silver correctly you know on the toenails a coil silver is a great great great disinfectant and also you can take a what we call killer manic which is a wonderful wonderful herbal thing that raising your means system and actually has kind of slowed trying to blow enacted tax bugs itself but putting their colloidal silver on your toenails we have another product called pure works this a phone and you put that on your toenails your walk around during the day and it will kill the fungus because I can be pretty painful for people cannot actually condition be painful and just be distracting and miserable all the time.

researcher
"pocatello" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

07:02 min | 2 years ago

"pocatello" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Is one heck of a researcher he has created the supplement concept and here is back on coast to coast doc welcome back well thank you so much you are you are the greatest and I'm just so always happy to be with you how were the holidays for you we were busy we're busy all over the world actually and we have so many great things go on it's is just one of those miracles that the people have needs and of course we've figured out how to do with over nine hundred different diseases great well before we go to calls I've got a couple stories on a few emails to address with you okay it was a story that broke yesterday out of being one doc that's at a twice a year injection that reduces bad cholesterol to protect the heart is to be pioneered in England they said already millions of people take daily Staten pills to cut their cholesterol but they want these that they claim will save thirty thousand thirty thousand lives a year and they say what it will do is it will reduce reduce I sign once a year Jean call the in a slur on and it will absorb more bad cholesterol from the blood and break it down and send it to the liver does that sound smart well they've missed about six different things there George first of all cholesterol is not because the plank in your arteries is not the cause of heart disease you take a stand regular you're close so you're going to get al summers he's because seventy five percent of your brain weight is Mylan which is the white matter the brain and is almost a hundred sent cholesterol you do not want to give up close so you just want to keep your good cholesterol good and this is where the anti oxidants command to protect the cholesterol nine aged day keeps the doctor away I was speaking of eggs Lisa from Pocatello out all right all rights I really believe in the nutritional value of eggs when I don't really like them cook did any form so what I've done dark is I've started putting a raw Igor to in my Jews or smoothies I love the texture and flavor is that okay now these are raw it's fine as long as you're taking your ninety essential nutrients came because again her always do have some enzymes and I'm that eat up things and so you want to be sure to take your ninety cents in nutrients so the raw egg is not going to interfere with any nutrition and the so you got to do both the roads are fine member rocky how I remember that I'm not sure I could do that just swallow raw eggs like that now well what I'm gonna shake what what about pasteurization doesn't matter well keep pasteurized you're killing a lot of the good stuff in your actually beginning to convert the good cholesterol and the bad cholesterol you do not want to be heating cholesterol but ninety five percent of testosterone is cholesterol ninety five percent of estrogen is cholesterol ninety five percent of your adrenal hormones is cholesterol ninety five percent of your white matter your brain is cholesterol in so he really really really have to take good care of it make sure you get plenty of it I first learned that nineteen sixty nine when I did an autopsy into well cheap from North Africa north of the atlas mountains they're only in captivity United States for two months George both died and three days apart did the autopsies on him and they had ninety percent plaque in their arteries she is an example where is she getting their cholesterol they're not eating eggs are not eating better they're not eating meat and so I analyzer food which is mixed grain and some hay and grass it turns out that the grain they were being said was held in a metal drum inside of a metal barn for two years before they gave a tomahawk and the heat during the summertime oxidized the wheat germ oil in the weeds and that because free radical damage to the arteries in because the plaque a RG I wrote that they wouldn't publish it in American cardiology journals so I had to go to Denmark and get it published in Denmark that could happen to humans to that could be less it is exactly what happened salad dressings cooking oils olive oil in situ oil canola oil corn oil so oil those are the things that cause plaque in your arteries not cholesterol is an email sent to us on behalf of the Monaco who is a quadriplegic can she said I've heard doc talk about how he has helped some people who can't walk I would love to walk again and what can I do any vitamins that I can take absolutely no one of the most common causes of quadriplegia other than physical injury some people just say yeah you know I just started getting numb in my arms and my legs and got worse and worse and worse and woke up one morning and could move anything below my ears let's go have us you proces the stillness you proces country to pamper believe George has nothing do with age babies are born with us you proces some pain some mothers efficient than the baby's deficient in so when you have a few pros has your bones actually get bigger which you lose the minerals in the bone matrix which is kind of the rebar and bone increases in volume to try and maintain strength and there's twelve pairs a cranial nerves and they go through tunnels are made in the brain they go through tunnels to go to the outside and do things and as he tell get filled up with his bone matrix any of us suppose they get squeezed when the tent's cranial nerve get squeezed vagus nerve you get a feeler heard you talking about aids him earlier in the program right if it is actually because route you proces of the skull squeezing the Vegas which controls the rate rhythm of the heart you can also have the Jenner disc disease vertebrae in your upper back AT T. one two three and four get closer together a squeeze the roots of the nerves that control the rate within the heart there's nothing wrong with your heart when you have a fib it's not you proces of the skull and are degenerative disease another email in this from rex how do you treat toenail infections okay toenail infections well you do it from two things number one from the outside use a colloidal silver directly you know on the toenails the coil silvers a great great great disinfectant and also you can take a what we call killer biotic which is a wonderful wonderful herbal thing that raise your muse system and actually has kind of slowed trying to blend exit tax bugs itself but putting their colloidal silver on your toenails and we actually have another product called pure works this a phone and you put that on your toenails your walk around during the day and it will kill the fungus because I can be pretty painful for people cannot actually can Itchen be painful and just be distracting and miserable all the time and.

researcher
"pocatello" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

07:02 min | 2 years ago

"pocatello" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Is one heck of a researcher he has created the supplement concept and here is back on coast to coast doc welcome back well thank you so much you are you are the greatest and I'm just so always happy to be with you how were the holidays for you we were busy we're busy all over the world actually in we have so many great things go on it's is just one of those miracles that the people have needs and of course we've figured out how to do it over nine hundred different diseases great well before we go to calls I've got a couple stories on a few emails to address with you okay it was a story that broke yesterday out of England doc that set a twice a year injection that reduces bad cholesterol to protect the heart is the B. pioneered in England they said already millions of people take daily Staten pills to cut their cholesterol but they want these that they claim will save thirty thousand thirty thousand lives a year and they say what it will do is it will reduce reduce I silence the gene call the innocence Laurent and it will absorb more bad cholesterol from the blood and break it down and send it to the liver does that sound smart well they've missed about six different things there George first of all cholesterol enough to cause a plank in your arteries is not the cause of heart disease you take a stand regular you're close so you're going to get a Alzheimer's disease because seventy five percent of your brain weight is Mylan which is the white matter the brain and is almost a hundred percent cholesterol you do not want to give up close so you just want to keep your good cholesterol good and this is where the anti oxidants command to protect the cholesterol nine aged day keeps the doctor away I was speaking of eggs Lisa from Pocatello out all right all rights I really believe in the nutritional value of eggs but I don't really like them cooked in any form so what I've done dark is I've started putting a raw Igor to win my Jews or smoothies I love the texture and flavor is that okay now these are wrong it's fine as long as you're taking your ninety essential nutrients came because again always do have some enzymes and I'm that eat up things and so you want to be sure to take your ninety cents in your dreams so you mean the raw egg is not going to interfere with any nutrition and the so you got to do both the roads are fine member rocky how I remember that I'm not sure I could do that the swallow raw eggs like that now I'm gonna shake what what about pasteurization doesn't matter welcome to hash drive you're killing a lot of the good stuff in your actually beginning to convert to good cholesterol and the bad cholesterol you do not want to be heating cholesterol but ninety five percent of testosterone is cholesterol ninety five percent of estrogen is cholesterol ninety five percent of your adrenal hormones is cholesterol ninety five percent of your white matter your brain is cholesterol in so he really really really have to take good care of it make sure you get plenty of it I first learned that nineteen sixty nine when I did an autopsy into well cheap from North Africa north of the atlas mountains they're only in captivity United States for two months George both died and three days apart did the autopsies on and they had ninety percent plaque in their arteries she is an adult were issued getting their cholesterol they're not eating eggs are not eating better they're not eating meat and so I analyzer food which is mixed grain and some Hey in grass it turns out that the grain they were being said was held in a metal drum inside of a metal barn for two years before they gave a tomahawk and the heater in the summertime oxidized the wheat germ oil in the weeds and that because free radical damage to the arteries in because the plaque a RG I wrote that they wouldn't publish it in American cardiology journals so I had to go to Denmark and get it published in Denmark that could happen to humans to that could well as it is exactly what happened salad dressings cooking oils olive oil in situ oil canola oil corn oil soil those are the things that cause plaque in your arteries not cholesterol is an email sent to us on behalf of the Monaco who is a quadriplegic can she said I've heard doc talk about how he has helped some people who can't walk I would love to walk again and what can I do any vitamins that I can take absolutely no one of the most common causes of quadriplegia other than physical injury people just say yeah you know I just started getting numb in my arms and my legs and got worse and worse and worse and woke up one morning and could move anything below my ears let's go they have us you proces the stolen US you proces country to popular belief George has nothing do with age babies are born with us you proces some came some in his mother's efficient than the baby's deficient in so we have a few pros has your bones actually get bigger when you lose the minerals in the bone matrix which is kind of the rebar and moaned increases in volume to try and maintain the strength and there's twelve pairs a cranial nerves and they go to channels are made in the brain they go through tunnels to go to the outside and do things and as these tell get filled up with his bone matrix whenever I suppose they get squeezed when the tent's cranial nerve get squeezed vagus nerve he had a feeling I heard you talking about aids him earlier in the program right if it is actually because value proces of the skull squeezing the Vegas which controls the rate rhythm of the hard you can also have the gender of this disease Verne rain your upper back a T. one two three and four get closer together a squeeze the roots of the nerves that control the great room in the heart there's nothing wrong with your heart when you have a fib it's not you proces of the soul and R. degenerative disease another email and this from rex how do you treat toenail infections okay toenail infections well you did from two things number one from the outside use a colloidal silver correctly you know on the toenails a coil silvers a great great great disinfectant and also you can take a what we call killer biotic which is a wonderful wonderful herbal thing that raise your means system and actually has kind of slowed trying to blow enacted tax bugs itself but putting their colloidal silver on your toenails and we actually have another product called pure works this a phone and you put that on your toenails your walk around during the day and it will kill the fungus because I can be pretty painful for people cannot actually condition be painful and just be distracting and miserable all the time.

researcher
"pocatello" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"pocatello" Discussed on KOMO

"Now does have a little bit time. for this. and it's fourth down purple rain just ahead you dub middle linebacker Kyler mono and secondary coach will harass first checking the roads traffic on the floors every ten minutes on come on news good evening Tama Fulton good evening in Seattle the left like right now is because in each direction of highway ninety nine across the river bridge that's causing long backups in each direction the traffic reporter sponsored by liberty mutual insurance liberty mutual insurance customize your coverage so you only pay for what you need good at liberty mutual dot com for a customized quote and you could save our next couple traffic at seven fourteen. cold weather cloudy tonight is slight chance of showers after midnight lows in the mid fifties tomorrow mostly cloudy slight chance of showers upper sixties that's your latest weather from the Cold War forecasting. rose over the middle. with the pressure Jimmy legs defense bring in some heat and pay dividends against the Hawaii rainbow is run and shoot offense is Tony Castricum just told you middle linebacker Kyler monitor tip that passes senior from Pocatello Idaho expecting more than forty.

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