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The Multiple Attempts to Resettle American Slaves
"There was multiple attempts to try and resettle slaves that were brought to America, multiple attempts, and they were all largely unsuccessful because many of the slaves, especially freed slaves in the Met with Lincoln on this topic in this matter, said America is our home. We want to stay in America. We love this place. We don't love what's happened to us, but we see opportunity and we see a chance to flourish here. Abraham Lincoln had very specific plans it was called lincolnia was a proposed Central American colony that was originally proposed by Samuel pomeroy of Kansas in 1862. After Abraham Lincoln asked the senator and the United States secretary of interior, Caleb Smith, to work on a plan to resettle freed African Americans from the United States. Now, this gets really, I think, brutally mis told by so many of the kind of race people in the academy say, Lincoln wanted the blacks to leave America. No, he didn't. He assumed that many of them wanted their own country. And so actually one of the leading negotiators that pushed back against this idea was one of the great Americans ever to live Frederick Douglass. And Frederick Douglass said that he was very opposed to immigration. And the delegation then responded to Frederick Douglass's leadership. Frederick Douglas was one of the leading spokespeople of whether or not there was going to be an own country. And so basically this country was going to be in Central America right between what would be modern day Honduras. Now, mind you, there was a resettlement program. This is what other country went to such great efforts to try to bring slaves to back to where they came from as what we tried to do under president Monroe in Liberia.
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"Okay, if that's the case though, then calling this inquest and issuing those subpoenas like that's what? Musical theater? Well, either that or another option, it's honestly possible the subpoenas didn't actually happen. Like I couldn't find any official published statements from the Anguilla police confirming that they issued subpoenas. That was something that the family said police told. Them. I mean, none of this would surprise me except for the fact that Caleb was found by police already dead and strangled. I mean, he may have ultimately died from whatever you said, complications from MDA poisoning, but ligature strangulation is not a complication of that. No, I agree, and that's where it's like, even if it was an accident, even with something you had no control over, like, something else happened. We're missing a piece of this story. So it's like one of two big things that I just can not wrap my head around in this case. Okay, so what's the other one? Well, the other one is Barbara's story. I mean, first of all, the changing nature of it over time. But mostly that she's saying she, Caleb and Casey all drank from that same drink. That single rum and Coke, but she just ended up feeling kind of sick and a straight up died. And like I know she only had a few sips, but remember if there really was four times the lethal dose of MDA in that cup and she had any of it, one sip a couple of sips. I would think that she would have been, again, if not dead too, severely ill. Like again, it's enough to kill two perfectly healthy fit men, but only make this 62 year old woman a little bit sick? Well, and what I keep coming back to is they took all four of them to the hospital to be checked out, right? Mmm um. So you would think that if she did ingest some of this poisoned rum and Coke, she wasn't feeling well. The hospital would know, hey, police brought these four people in, we should really look into anything out of the ordinary. Yeah, but I don't know if they did any kind of drug testing on them. I think they just were like, hey, you guys seem out of it, are you okay? And I have no idea what was done there before they were released. But regardless, even if she's not feeling well, you would think that that would be manifesting in some way, whether she tells them whether she, I don't know, man. Physically acting unwell, I don't know. I have been up and down and sideways on this case. And I can tell you based on what tiny little bit of factual information is out there, official police reports witness statements that kind of thing, honestly, everything is conjecture. But do I think there is more to this story? Absolutely. Again, maybe not cold blooded murder kind of stuff, but there is something we are missing. Those four survivors might know more than they're saying, which, by the way, is still nothing at all at this point. And until someone with actual authority decides to take this on, I don't know if we're going to ever get down to what really happened that night in Anguilla.
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"Company to prove that whoever was covered actually died, right? Yeah, I don't know. But listen, that's not the only thing that the PI discovered. He also found that just a few months earlier, just before they left for Anguilla. Barbara had attempted to increase Casey's life insurance by $1.5 million. Okay, but did she have a life insurance policy too? Like, was there a policy on her where Casey would have then been the beneficiary? So like I said, they did both have policies. It was a $1 million policy based on what Casey told his mom at that point for both of them. But the thing that I don't know is if they also tried to increase hers. Okay, so how much did insurance and it hang out like millions? Well, they haven't paid out anything, at least not yet. Even though anguil and police haven't filed any charges or named any suspects or even shared any theories about what they think happened, there is still, again, an open investigation to determine the manner of death for both Casey and Caleb, and as I understand it until the coroner's inquest is complete, they aren't going to pay out at all. So basically Barbara not going back is holding up the inquest. And therefore holding up her insurance payout. Right. Is it really that simple? No, no, no, you're not like, that's it. It's a total catch 22. Okay, so that's it. Like the cases at a standstill waiting for the four survivors to go back to the island to testify then. Yep, Casey's family is still out there rattling cages trying to find answers to their lingering questions trying to find out the truth about what happened that night. But they are stuck in this horrible game of freeze tag between the anguil and police and the four witnesses where no one is it. The witnesses won't go back to testify, which means the inquest can't happen, which means Barbara's insurance won't pay out and no one ever really gets to the truth.
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"Magazine that Casey told him basically, listen, Barbara doesn't like family, so there's not gonna be any kids, we're not gonna do holidays, where I'm gonna do birthday parties, none of that. What does that even mean? She doesn't like family. Like, she just doesn't do family. I mean, basically it seems like this was their way of saying like, hey, don't expect us at the reunion or family dinners or anything like that. And listen, well, that was like no doubt, tough to hear. Casey, again, he seemed happy and he and Barbara both traveled a ton for work. He was spending more time in LA, trying to get his acting work going, and he hadn't had his big break yet but things honestly seemed good, so it was kind of surprising for his parents to find out kind of all of a sudden that Casey and Barbara were gonna move to Anguilla so that Casey could go to medical school. I mean, was it surprising because he was moving so far away? Well, honestly, that part's not surprising. For a guy who loved adventure and travel like living on this island is like right within his Wheelhouse. What surprising is like Casey had never said anything about being a doctor before. Like this wasn't some lifelong dream of his, not that it necessarily has to be, but at this point he's 37 years old, he has years of school ahead of him, he just came out from being an actor. It's a weird time in your life to pivot to something that requires such specialized training. I'm not saying it doesn't happen. I literally worked in the medical field for a while, never heard of it happening. Right, because you have school and then training and then you have to basically intern for a while. There's a lot that goes into it. That's what Grey's Anatomy taught us. So anyways, all of that is to say that Casey's family had never been particularly close with their daughter in law, which puts the family completely out of the loop on what's going on with the police investigation.
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"Barbara tells them that all three of them sipped from the same drink as they carried it back to the apartment. But wait, I'm just realizing if in her first version of events she wasn't with them, how was there even a story about the drink? Like, how would she have known? I don't know, the only thing I can think is, I mean, remember when they come back at that point, Casey is still okay, right? Because he's the one that tries to give Caleb's CPR. Okay. I don't know if maybe he mentioned the drink. It's truly it's never explained how she knows about this Roman Coke. Well, I guess there would also be like a cup because it's a rum and Coke. If they kept it, right? I don't know when all this is going down. It's a little bit of a mystery. All I know is that at one point she says it's the two of them, and now she's putting herself with them as well, which is a little bit of a change. And not only with them, but drinking from the same drink that they had. So if that's the case, why didn't she get sick, too? Well, she says that she did get sick, but she hadn't had as much of the drink, so she says she didn't get as sick. And maybe this is part of why she, I don't know about the other people, but it's in the report that they all looked out of it. Maybe she really wasn't feeling well. I don't know. But Barbara also tells Casey's family that police arrested all four of them, which is also news to us, and they confiscated their phones and their laptops, they locked them up in separate cells, they withheld food and water, and they refused to put them in touch with the U.S. consulate. And so again, when we go back to like why they were like, we got to get out of here now.
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"Anguilla in a private plane, pick up all four of them and both bodies and fly them all back to the U.S., but Barbara refuses that offer and says even that is going to take too long. They need to get out of Anguilla now. They feel like their lives may be in danger. What? In what way? Honestly, I don't know if Barbara ever kind of expanded on that, like the source material doesn't go into any more detail about why she and the others were so fearful for their lives just that they were afraid. And of course, the family doesn't want to push back on these two women who have just lost their husbands tragically and unexpectedly in a foreign country, but the idea of cremation at this point just seems wrong. I mean, on one hand, I kind of get it. I had an uncle die out of state, which is still in country, but the idea of and the costs of moving his body from where he lived to where the rest of his family was buried was exponential. And so cremation was the best plan for us, but I mean, in this case, they've already done an autopsy on the bodies, right? Like, do we know what those say? Well, so yes, there has been an autopsy done, though at this stage no one has actually seen the report or even heard any of the findings, which is why cremation seems to everyone, kind of like a rash decision at this point, especially in light of that offer that the friend gave with the private playing. Right, like that basically saying that there's no cost to move the bodies anymore. And especially since there are so many unanswered questions about these deaths, like I don't know how your uncle died, but if it were mysteriously and his wife's talking about, you know, he could have been poisoned, like in my mind, it's like, we gotta pump the brakes and I understand if they needed to get out and that needed to happen quickly, but let's wrap up this investigation and find out what really happened to these guys.
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"10 p.m. on December 30th, 2018 when a call comes into police dispatch on the Caribbean island of Anguilla. On the other end of the line is a woman named Alicia gross, and she's saying that her friend is not breathing and they need an ambulance. Police and paramedics arrive a few minutes later to a chaotic scene in an apartment in island harbor. There are 6 people in the apartment and one of them, 37 year old Caleb guillory is dead laying on his back on the living room floor. Before they can really even start asking questions to try and figure out what actually happened, a second man. 37 year old Casey McPherson pomeroy starts having seizures in the next room, the bedroom. Oh my God. According to a report filed by a detective from the royal Anguilla police force, paramedics rush Casey into an ambulance to take him to the hospital, and police stay behind to speak to the four people still in the apartment to try and figure out what happened. Now one thing is clear from the very start, all 6 of the people who'd been in the apartment are American, not anguillan. They learn that Casey and his wife Barbara have been living on the island for the last few months so that Casey can attend medical school there. The rest of the group, Caleb and his wife, Carly, along with friends chuck and Alicia gross are visiting from the U.S.. Casey has known both Caleb and chuck for years, since like they were elementary aged kids growing up in eagle point Oregon. So he and Barbara had invited them in their wives down to Anguilla to ring in the new year with them, and the 6 of them had just gotten home from a night out at a local beach bar when apparently out of nowhere, they say that Caleb started having convulsions. Carson courier reported for KT VL news that Casey started CPR on Kayla before the paramedics arrived to try and revive him, but he wasn't able to. And then he just started having seizures right after?
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"That he was lining up for me all of them. Yes so that kind of led you to coaching. Sounds like yep so. Tell us about Kind of that. What would you do how you sorta is a big work. Codify like kind of like brought things together as like. These are the things that people need to know how you teach it. Yeah absolutely so transferring into the coaching business was a bit of a journey I started out in copywriting. Loved that develop powerful relationship. Still do some of that For fun and then. I really felt like i needed focusing on family and this was back in Twenty nineteen followed two thousand nineteen and i needed an vote really focused on family and i went. God that's a great idea. Now here's how i'm gonna make better. I because that's what we do. God gives us an idea and we make it better right so now. Obviously the best ideas come from got so in in realized i went. I started to have this thing of i. I'm gonna make it better. Because i don't know people are really that interested in investing in their families. So let's ask this business piece of how to build your business without ending. Your marriage and man sounded great and this is going to be wonderful and success will start come in napa. My heart was heavy with different things and i published a book about that. It became a amazon bestseller and But my heart became heavy with that. And i was wrestling with this idea. I apologize it was two thousand eighteen fall two thousand eighteen. Okay i had this idea from. God amy then somebody brought up matthew six to me cannot serve god and mammon and i was like no. I totally believe that. Oh wait no shoot. God gave me an impression. My heart focus on family. I was worried about the financial opportunities. That would come. If i only focused on family so i tried to bring in what i thought would produce greater revenue by bringing in this business idea and man. That was humbling. That was really humbling to know how much time i invested into. My idea is better than gods. And i shifted that transform that and once i did that eric it was like there was like the gates open. Light brought this is back toward algae. I might as well have been in a dark room. Somebody turns on the light. And i'm going. Oh my goodness it's bright. But everything became clear and every this and that's when everything. I got huge clarity and realized we live life one-dimensionally and we need to live a three-dimensional life darkness is one dimensional. Light is three dimensional. And so i have a three d. family framework to help men become better leaders in their home. Those three ds are discover decide and do and each one of them focuses on business principles that enables you to move your family forward to prepare your children for whatever happens in society where everything's go the have your foundation on christ. Yeah a the the so so powerful and very important okay. What a fascinating. I'm intrigued by this idea that you come added to a god's idea was But it wasn't really. I mean how's was that like there's there's room for you to be a you right because he gave you the assignment for you to figure it out but it sounds like you kind of when the different direction because you thought it'd be more profitable right. Is that right. Yeah and And then the lord was like. Hey wait now. This is what i want you to do. Like go to this instead. A lotta okay. Well so if that's something the really fascinating That's something that people can connect with you for and that people can can talk to you about what's Where can they do that in. How can they get a hold of you. Want to go. Check out. Forward with joe dot com slash halfway. And they go there. There's depending on how interested you are learning more about this three d. family framework. You can go on there and do a free strategy call with it is is not a pitch a lot of times. We hear about goto goto place schedule free call. And then it's like. Oh eric that's what's going on. Interesting will i have this really high ticket item. It's a discovery call. It's to have a conversation about where you are. What your real needs are Because most expensive thing you can pay is attention to the wrong people right and I still that for my friend. Dr fred jones so i can't take credit for that. So that's what they can do. Go check out forward with joe dot com slash halfway offering your listeners. An opportunity to take a free strategy call with me where they can get some more ideas about where they're at and how the three family framework applies to them and their journey with their family Or if they just want to watch a video they can get that for free as well so just some different resources arab really with everything. That's going on outside of us as parents we must stand up for our family and righteous healthy ways Because if if we just if we just pound the pulpit and shoved the bible in front of our kids faces or if we avoid them and think i'll just pray harder then we're honoring the stewardship that god has given to us and a lot of times. It's because we haven't received the examples that we need and that's okay. That's part of the journey. It's the same idea if you want to improve your health. If you want to improve your business whatever it is that you want to do. Learn take the opportunity to learn and discover. Yeah i love that. Sometimes we just don't have the examples we don't have the insight you just don't know what you don't know right but but once you see and once you have a little taste it's incumbent upon you to take the action and i talk all the time about agency now. I know that You yes there we are. There's all these things that we're slaves to whatever but we are also made by god to be agents in the world right to move and to do things and one of those things is to to like you say to protect and nurture and build our families in as we do. That is one way that we we spread the gospels for the kingdom of god Certainly i'm i'm so anna the hamas church history you've studied but one of my favorite anecdotes is a book called the rise of christianity by rodney stark. Which i recommend to everybody. It's pricey hard to get a hold of but really good book about the first three centuries of the church the ways that that it went from like a little sect in judaism too like ruling the roman.
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"That it's okay to is. It is okay to make mistakes. Mistakes were expected. No we read in revelations about the you know that there's a plan that's offered and and once as you know we'll old all do that for you and give me all the glory and then the other one you know. Oh here am i send means is also on the first and that whole this whole battle in heaven was about the opportunity for us to come common and make mistakes so that we can grow exponentially by learning from them and so that we can grow to become reliant on our saviour. jesus christ. That's probably discovering and believing in my heart not just knowing my mind those things. There's been incredibly powerful. Yeah well so what were the steps. How did you discover all of that over. So we How this experience with my wife and the phone call with my friend. And i started in this program there are three phases and it starts with a six week that you're six weeks together as a couple and say all right here things that are going on for you as a couple and that you can learn for your relationship and then we split up to individual work which then comes into the loving of self now during this time bat those three phases last probably about three to four years and during that time anytime there. There's a workshop that came up it was Some other things that there was a hold me. Tight is one of the things that we did. If anybody wants to google that and check out that that was really interesting Although i don't think i could have gone through it. Without support dines because a lot of new things there but there's a lot of discovery about wounds and how those things go and so we're doing these workshops. We're doing taking body language workshops to learn more about. How does bottling anything eric. Anything that you can think of that you could do. That might have some kind of influence on your marriage to help you be a better communicator to be a more involved better connected to avoid triggering or rubbing wounds your spouse anything like that. We'd all these workshops weekend workshops that we went to books that we read Anything that we can do. And i'm going through all of this and then a stink time while i'm doing this. I'm continuing to grow this this business and help it. Larger and larger. I'm working on my mba. Were adding to the mix and and it feels like i'm getting breaking point again. You know feels like more and more weight's been added. I'm going hey will. This isn't what i thought it was again. I sit in a workshop night and this is probably kind of the other grade. Hibbitt point of this journey for me and i was listening to someone's share some of the challenges they were going through them and in my pride and arrogance. Because i'm sure i was doing the same thing i'm going seriously did. This is the same thing. You're complaining about two weeks ago. Which is the same thing. You're complaining about two months ago. Like come on man and i was really like. I was projecting. Because i was frustrated with myself and guarantee you. I was doing the same thing. Yes really frustrated. And so finally i was just like you know what you're here. It is he was. He had a. He was a dentist yet. A business that he was developing and growing and i started relating things to him in terms of how he would run his business and how we treat his patients and things that he did and he was like. Yeah okay well you know. This is what if my patients i said okay. So why is that different from home. And here's how you can do that at home. And i start translating that and And he's not in his head clicking for him. And i'm going hey ended. Things are clicking for me. 'cause here's the thing eric i. I am so prideful and arrogant at times where the only way god can get things through my thick skull is if i if i share them with somebody else and I can't often hear them. But usually i mean listening to podcast like yours. I always powerful information. Absorb it absorbed and then i go and i communicate with somebody else in and that's when the light bulb goes on for me man was so. That's what's happening here this night and then i kind of you know i did it the next week and then sony pipes up now. Joe come on man. You can't treat a family like a business like that's cold. Kidding me and i went. He's right you can't. I mean yeah family that's family. That's not a business like you can't fire your spouse or your kids you. Can't you know you don't get sick time when you don't want to be at home anymore and and you just checked out like it doesn't work that way and i went home down. I was feeling. I was feeling down and i was just praying. I was like i don't get it. God i thought you're giving me something here. I thought this was going to finally beat a breakthrough. I needed to get to that next level. Everything did feel so happy. But i realized that what why it was working is because i didn't have an agenda that i i went through a checklist i you know. I didn't sit down with my family every morning. And go okay everybody. So what's on the agenda day our little jimmy. You're going to be going to school and you're gonna get your homework done and let's see at three o'clock. We didn't do that. And you know not saying that family planning is bad or whatever but this is not what we did. But what i realized is for example. Here's here's a big one. And i touched on it earlier before. There's the principle of of roi of a return on your investment. I'd invested so much time. Money effort education into learning business principle of our y than the idea suggest if i will invest that same amount of time energy effort in education into learning more about jesus into learning how to be a better dad or to be a better husband than i will have success in those areas as well. But the problem eric. We don't have time. I'm already when my wife's walking out the door. I don't have time to go hold on. Let me go get a bachelor's degree in family. hold on. Let me go work on my master's parenting like we don't have time for that. And that's how. I realized focusing on the principle i can translate the principal. I've already learned the principal. I already have internal confidence about this principle of success. Because i've seen it work at work and so now i can translate that same principle success and my confidence in my ability to implement that principle and i can transfer that my family i can transfer my ability to resolve conflicts at work with clients with colleagues things like that and i can transfer those same ideas and principles to how i resolve conflicts and the home between my kids or with conflicts. I have with my spouse and all of these pieces started to come into play and they were all whispers and guidance. And i believe that all truth whatever the truth belongs to he who is the truth and so every time that these pieces started to come forward when i would act on what god was speaking to me when i would act on the impressions of the spirit i not only received more guidance from god but i also began to see the path.
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"Tell. Tell us that and how that you know that moment how that kind of shape you and particu your journey with lord yeah will. The biggest moment of it was Was my man sized tantrum and my wife. And i were arguing about something so significant that i still can't remember what it was and And i just i turned. I was angry and i turned to some cupboards. We had in our upstairs. I just started kicking in the cupboard door with barefoot and literally throwing a tantrum as as a full grown man and my wife walked by me and headed down the stairs. And she's going down the stairs. I finished demolishing cupboard door and You know i take a deep breath in the adrenaline fades and the pain rises. And i see a big junker woods. Sticking out of my foot and i can't get it by myself angles weird. It's it's into deep. And i'm looking around and i realized my wife's not there anymore and i hear keys jinglin downstairs. She's grabbing upper stuff. Head out the door and i moved to hop over the top of the stairs and i can see her walking in the door and it was like everything the movies and everything just kind of freezes and except for the The protagonist where you know for me. It had slowed down and with all of these things that i got realizing what i was doing because of my pride because i needed to be my way because i was focusing so much on business success and assuming that my marriage would take care of itself and work it out because we went to church. We believed in jesus and all we needed to do was pray harder. All we need is jewish. More money was more faith. And then god would take care of my marriage so i didn't really need to invest in it attention to it really. What it came down to was the stop that i need to ask for help. I can't do this on my own. And if she leaves. I won't have anybody here to help me. And so i opened my mouth. Some words came out that involved. Please and help and My wife with her great mercy Close the door came back. Helped me get it out. And then it was just as continuing thought of. I cannot do this alone and at that point. It didn't matter how many marriage books i read on my own. I needed someone that could. I needed a guide. I need my own. Yoda to help me through. This and i reached out to a friend of mine And he he shared some thoughts with me and he told me about a recovery program that he was going through. And i said not all buddy buddy. I need help with my marriage. Not recovery program. And he's like it's going to give you this foundation. This is where you need to start out and it's interesting. How often when we put ourselves in the right place were able to be an instrument of god for others. And that's what my friend was for me. And that's that's what. I try to do now in the work that i'm doing with my business is to be to be an instrument for god because i would not have been able to transform one without god and to without those that he put in my life as examples to guide me and to give me the direction to give me the clarity and then once i pursued that and that's when this transformation into discovering lights i can love who i am. I can separate. I am not my bad choices. I am a son of god and he loves me. And when i make a bad choice that does not define me when i make repeated bad choices it does not define me. God defines me. Jesus christ defines me and he defines me as worthy and he defines me as someone who deserves forgiveness someone that he was willing to bleed and suffer and die for and so then those mistakes. Become an opportunity to be more reliant on him. Yeah the humble myself and say hey got. I thought i had this. I'm sorry i. I tried to run off but i need. You need your help please. Yeah there's an interesting in there. They cursed me all the time. I grew up in this kind of language of deserve right and so he said well. I don't deserve i dunno of her people pray god. We don't know why you love us unlike. Well we don't have to know. I was right because that's not part of the equation right. It's not it's not that we can earn it if only we were perfect. It's that he loves us as we are right The love simply cannot be earned. And the moment you introduce the idea of deserve or earn into it ceases to be love. That is super fascinating to me. Agrees my soul that so much of even chelsom at least of one circles i've been in brings that into it all the time and i don't actually think the gospel she cannot have a tough statement to make so right since in. Send your haiti mail to me eric. Nevins dot com is fine but interesting eric. Like dave ramsey. I gave gave does great work and really enjoy listening to him. But he has catchphrase. Says people say how you doing you know first time. Caller longtime listener. Happy to be here. How you doing. David says better than i deserve. And i understand what he's saying with that and at the same time one of the most transformative thoughts for me was. I deserve love because christ declared it. So yeah i deserved success. Id's are joy. I deserve happiness ideas our family. I deserve trials. I deserved sacrifice. I deserve opportunities. all of it. That comes into my life. I do deserve because crisis declared. It's not because of anything that i have done or could do or can do but simply when miracles take place in my life even simple things. It was pouring rain. Rain coming down in buckets and gotta take. My energy was doing that yesterday. When i dropped kids off at school and and dropping them off took it really long time and they're running through the rain and getting wet well today. We had this beautiful miracle where there was like this fifteen twenty minute pocket of no rain and it was right when we opened the door walked gets out to the car so when i dropped them off and they ran into school. I that's to me. That's tender mercy. That got offers to us. And i love those things and if we see that we can say thank you god for declaring that i deserve that know so that i think is words. Have the meaning that we give to them. And if deserve triggers shamed and find a different word if deserve is something that brings up that you need to do or you know that you need to change your. You need to adjust so that you can earn that like you said or or deserve it because of what you have done. That will never happen. But every day we deserve love because of the glory of god because he has declared it. So yeah okay. So you received your wife's mercy. I love that word. That's such a great word for this situation. Right like that's the good and then And then you kind of embark on this journey of recovery and study and what. So what taking me through that. Some of the things that you were learning and the ways that maybe you found god in those in those moments what. What did he.
"pomeroy" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Tomorrow continues on Sunday at three Eastern 12 Pacific on CBS said And how about the shambles? Caddy quitting? I know right before this event started, which Linda Brooks kept tweeting how much He loves his caddy because we know how much Brooks doesn't like ricin. So drama and I like it. And Tuesday. We get the match. We get them at whatever these Shambo and Rogers that's a volatile situation in the making. It's a volatile situation in the making now. All right. Yesterday. Had a rough start to the day DHS in a nasty mood, and we all know folks. If you listen to the show and D a gets in one of his cranky moods and takes it out on me. It's uncomfortable for me is is uncomfortable for you. And yesterday we had one of the situations he pretended he cared about me being in a Kevin James Adam Sandler where we really was about getting Connor Green. It's my position. Get me off the shelf. Don't know what's happened to Kansas City. He's eat a lot of a lot of meats and in You know, as the world turns its July 1st the angry at me again, right? We We've been there done this. What? What you said was that indigestion? Was he tired was to say, spent three days in case we were telling him how annoying and bad you are, and that's why, but I mean, he went off again off the rails at you yesterday. Look, I love the A I. Sometimes I'm the dog that makes on the corporate. Sometimes I don't even know I've made on the carpet, apparently, but he was upset about something. I don't know what it was. Maybe it was his reminiscing of his days and kids city and realizing how much I suck. Who knows Whatever it was. It was But But I rebounded and he and to his credit. He gave me credit for rebounding. I had what he called my greatest Canadian bacon ever. I had booked Metta World Peace, which ended up being a great guest in that spot. I had the great meat on the bone. I was draining threes, baby. I was all over. I was at the bucks supporting cast last night. I was hot. So you guys gave me the round of applause for Canadian Bacon and then later in the afternoon, with Jim Rome out Old Shawnee stepped up to the table and he plugged in for Jim Rome on sports Minutes. And I had a sports minute. That's centered around the unbelievable goal by Blake Coleman in Game through the Stanley Cup. This I really do believe it's an unbelievable goal. And I had several people tweet who heard the sports minute later on. Wow, You're Canadian Bacon is so good you went and re used it for. Sportsmen. In which case I had to say. No, no, no, no. I didn't know if Canadian Bacon was gonna crush him. I was confident it was. I made that sportsmen and record that sportsmen it two hours before anybody ever heard my Canadian bacon or told me how great it was. In which case I was called a liar. There's no way that's true. So I had to bring Pete the body into this Twitter war with listeners and Pete who takes in my sports minutes confirmed at five. I guess it probably was 6:30 A.m. Eastern time yesterday, two hours before Canadian bacon. I had recorded that sportsmen it with the same lines in there that you guys loved and bacon calling my shot because I thought you guys would love it to go out and play on on bigger affiliates and all over the country and sports minute. This prompted D a to chime in from the tarmac. This tarnishes everything. Now your arrogance gets in the way of a sportsman. I can't get out of my own way. I can't get out of my own way. So I present to you without context. A sports minute heard yesterday all over our affiliates that was recorded two hours before Canadian bacon and we will follow up the question. Did I ruin my great Canadian bacon by doing this two hours before? Play it. This is Sean Moore is with a CBS sports Minute last night in Tampa. Young Lightning fans got a moment they, too, may be imitating for generations to come. With Game two, tied at one late into the second period, a two on one nearing, the buzzer ensued to score. A new miracle on ice would be needed, and Blake Placid Coleman delivered by diving headfirst. And directing the go ahead goal in Yes, Coleman became the gold man in Tampa and what has to be the craziest and greatest goal enlightening franchise history. A sweep is now in play as the series shifts the Montreal and if it's over, and four This will, of course, be a forgettable Stanley Cup. But fans in Tampa will never forget the Blake dive and deflect for as long as they shall live. Morass. There you have it. So I gave you the Blake Placid Miracle on ice again. I gave you the Coleman became the Goldman. And I was so confident knows lines crushing on Canadian bacon that I had already taken him in as a sports minute before you guys had ever heard them. So d a believes that the arrogance of me doing that. Tarnishes the legacy of that Canadian bacon and I leave it to the jury of Pete the body Andrew Bogus and Brad Heller on that. So I didn't listen yesterday as this was developing on Twitter. I was about to go and find your minute to hear exactly what you did. I said, you know what? Let me wait. You then confirmed my suspicion. We're going to play down the years. Let me I'm going to wait and hear it. Live on the show to get my initial reaction. I don't want to think about it. I don't want to step fester to stew I want right away Instant reaction. And my instant reaction is shame on you. I mean, that was Chuck. First of all. 99% of the people listening to that sports minute. Have no idea what you're doing. They just because they don't hear Canadian bacon because they don't listen to the show. Those sports minutes are completely different Audience, basically Pomeroy so they're hearing that and they're thinking that you're doing a poor man's Chris Berman with Blake Placid, Coleman and Cold Man becomes the Goldman. There's no context. It's super cheesy. And you finish with I'm more as I mean, really? Really Now some people know me. But my really in a lot of people from the D Asia Nomi is more s. Of course, That's how I finished my support from Marash. Now I'm going to defend myself before I let Brad coming on that on this point I was doing Jim Rome, Sports mints and doing that is such an honor to do And I say this seriously, there's two things. Jim has no problem talking hockey. So I get away with a hockey sportsman at number two. Jim oftentimes references things on his show. Through his sports minutes, which, if you're on a feeling you don't listen to Jim. You have no idea what he's talking about, either. So I was following the theme and I was a little wink wink tip of the cap, and I knew some people would notice that I'm happy they did. Cold man became the Goldman Brad, your thoughts that I tarnish my Canadian bacon by pre calling it with a minute. Nobody knew existed until after the show yesterday. I mean, we're talking about is bogus, said We're talking about two different audiences, so I don't know about tarnishing. I mean, I have to say I wasn't a part of yesterday. So I'm learning about some of this now, but My first thought was Who's Sean? Morass? I mean, you start off with more action, and with more as remember that, remember, there was the I'm d e a sports minute tiff a few years ago. You remember that, you know, say your full name or whatever so Good for you for doing sports, But you know what? More as I'm in your corner? Good for you for doing a sportsman it That's a big spot on Rome Show. Good for you with Canadian bacon. And that sports minute maid, Brad. Really that you know what that tells me. Brad's next up. They sucks, and he doesn't wanna get killed for it. That's what Dad tells me. Wow. Wow, That's George. Wait a sec. Wait. Absolute your own ability. Jews on that note. Uh, the top again, Brad. Three hell on. Just kidding. I'm just getting Brad. What do we got? You know what? Everyone zigs. I'm zagging. How about that? I like it Good for you, Marie. Thank you, bro. That's a big spots. A big spot for him. That is that is you.
"pomeroy" Discussed on Supporting Leaders
"Along with us on the road to growth and learning. I'm your host dr lisa hartman. All right one. This episode of supporting leaders podcasts. We have dr daniels in all and we discover that we went to the same program at creighton. our past probably like just just crossed each other But i'm so excited to have you on the show. Thank you so much for taking time out of your day to have a conversation with us looking forward to it. So let's just start off and share with us a little bit about your background. I mean you seem to be involved in so many things. You can definitely tell. You're an advocate for a lot of different groups of people and and you're engaged in political things. The arts Work so share with us a little bit about who you are and what you do. Well i'll start at the beginning. I was I grew up in northwestern iowa outside of a tiny town called pomeroy which is about six hundred fifty people Youngest of four grip on the farm right across the road from my dad's parents my grandparents. So i saw them every day growing up which i am very grateful order but in small town iowa you have to do everything be involved in everything so i was in all four sports played. The charm sang in the choir. Did all of the things was in. Nhs or h ffa. So i truly am grateful for that Well rounded nece that. Allow me to really try so many things. And i think that's still kinda tested to my career in my life. I like to be involved. In a variety of even today North west island's pretty conservative and so growing up as a little boy was very challenging to to recognize what i was going through to see others. Who were like me and should not be alone and so i went to iowa. Central community. college burst in fort. Dodge years and then moved to into moines in two thousand six to perform at adventure land. So you're at adventure land in the summer of two thousand six and if you know eventually know there's a stage that comes up from out of the ground i performed Had eight shows everyday. They were short set. So it wasn't too long but i we a country show at patriotic show in greece. So that was a ton of fun. And i think really helped me develop competence in front of people because you have to have confidence when performing And then i started going to school full time while working fulltime in. I did that for ten years. Finish undergrad did a masters in health and then completed the doctor of education and leadership from creighton. But my career really started in nonprofit type. Still were still working nonprofits but it started working with individuals with intellectual disabilities and technically and still employed doing that type of work. That i transitioned to more part-time respite. But i have a client that i worked with since two thousand six which is just wild to think about the had that relationship with him for so long but after Lutheran services than i transitioned parchin. There and then went to produce which is actually where i'm at now Started out as the case manager to regional director and you're at nonprofits smaller nonprofits long. Just kind of accumulate additional responsibilities. So i started doing grant. Writing helped to get a couple of new federal grants won in nebraska when in indiana to really expand our footprint to serve farmworkers and then went to planned parenthood for about three years and then ran one island which is the statewide. Lgbtq organization about two and a half years now back to protease have been here for over year and a half which is in an interesting time to come back in the middle of pandemic. But i like to stay active involved in a variety of things so on boards on advisory council. You name it. I like to stay involved in being engaged within making my community a better better place for want to will to thrive what s fascinating background that you have an and i love the share to about because of the opportunities that you had to get involved in your small rural community that that's played a part. Because i am a huge proponent for you know rural schools. That's kind of where i grew up and sadly sometimes you see them kind of disappearing and it's like they're so many wonderful opportunities when you are a part of a smaller community like that so i wanna ask you a little bit more about So leadership is hard right and like sometimes. I think about who we are. As human beings in the context that might add to leadership for example you know i. was a principal and i was pregnant and had a kid and and people would say things like. Oh gosh i mean oh to go through what you're going through and not that i didn't appreciate the sympathy but sometimes i felt like the comment meant that. I couldn't do as good of a job. Because of the fact that i was a mom and because of the fact that i was pregnant and so curious you know if you felt that way Being gay and being in leadership or If you felt like leadership is leadership in it's all the same. I definitely feel like i did a lot more code switching at the beginning of my career where i would enter speaks. Is i still do this to a certain extent. But i would enter spaces really hold back my authentic self in really read the room a bit before fully coming out and like coming out is not a one and done type of thing. When we're entering new spaces encountered new people were having to constantly come out and sometimes we don't feel safe doing that. And other times we do and so it really took time for me to build trust with equal in a professional setting before i fully come out in in some ways. It's not necessarily any of their business. But in other ways. If i'm not able to be my trump into accelerates they're missing out and i am not being true to who i am so i think at first in my career in weighed in on how.
"pomeroy" Discussed on Supporting Leaders
"All right one. This episode of supporting leaders podcasts. We have dr daniels in all and we discover that we went to the same program at creighton. our past probably like just just crossed each other But i'm so excited to have you on the show. Thank you so much for taking time out of your day to have a conversation with us looking forward to it. So let's just start off and share with us a little bit about your background. I mean you seem to be involved in so many things. You can definitely tell. You're an advocate for a lot of different groups of people and and you're engaged in political things. The arts Work so share with us a little bit about who you are and what you do. Well i'll start at the beginning. I was I grew up in northwestern iowa outside of a tiny town called pomeroy which is about six hundred fifty people Youngest of four grip on the farm right across the road from my dad's parents my grandparents. So i saw them every day growing up which i am very grateful order but in small town iowa you have to do everything be involved in everything so i was in all four sports played. The charm sang in the choir. Did all of the things was in. Nhs or h ffa. So i truly am grateful for that Well rounded nece that. Allow me to really try so many things. And i think that's still kinda tested to my career in my life. I like to be involved. In a variety of even today North west island's pretty conservative and so growing up as a little boy was very challenging to to recognize what i was going through to see others. Who were like me and should not be alone and so i went to iowa. Central community. college burst in fort. Dodge years and then moved to into moines in two thousand six to perform at adventure land. So you're at adventure land in the summer of two thousand six and if you know eventually know there's a stage that comes up from out of the ground i performed Had eight shows everyday. They were short set. So it wasn't too long but i we a country show at patriotic show in greece. So that was a ton of fun. And i think really helped me develop competence in front of people because you have to have confidence when performing And then i started going to school full time while working fulltime in. I did that for ten years. Finish undergrad did a masters in health and then completed the doctor of education and leadership from creighton. But my career really started in nonprofit type. Still were still working nonprofits but it started working with individuals with intellectual disabilities and technically and still employed doing that type of work. That i transitioned to more part-time respite. But i have a client that i worked with since two thousand six which is just wild to think about the had that relationship with him for so long
"pomeroy" Discussed on KCRW
"It is Wednesday. Today, the 20th Day of January. It is always have your long, everybody. There was poetry in Washington today. Some pros as well. And we'll play a little bit of what President by NED say during his inaugural address, but Mostly there was a change in tone from four years ago to the new challenges facing this economy and how the Biden administration plans to meet them. We've been talking about that since Election day, and we will talk about it some more, As I said in the days and weeks to come. But on this day one of his administration one of the first things on Biden's legislative agenda is immigration. A topic that is political. Yes, to be sure, but which is also for us. Labor market story. The U. S. Citizenship Act of 2021 is set to be on its way to Congress marketplaces. Erica Barry starts us off. This legislation comes after four years of restrictive policies. Cutbacks on the refugee program increased scrutiny on high skilled worker visa applications. A slowdown in naturalizations labor economist David Yeager. This clearly tells the country that the body administration intends to head in a different direction. The plans include paths to citizenship for farm and essential workers. Immigrants brought to the U. S by their parents and those who came fleeing wars. All immigrants would have to pass background checks and pay taxes. Stuart Anderson is with the National Foundation for American Policy. I think tank, these individuals would have more bargaining power. It would also help these individuals themselves improve their own ability. To educate themselves and invest in their own skills because they know they would be here with certainty. This bill also plans to bolster border security through technology. It also calls for a two central American countries to address the corruption, violence and poverty that often drive migrants to the US. Julia Gillette is an analyst at the Migration Policy Institute. She says All of this may strike lawmakers as ambitious such a big broad packages. This is likely to struggle in Congress. Leticia Bustamante of U C L. A is Labor Center is still hopeful Ataka recipient. She's lived in the U. S for 20 years and so have her undocumented parents. For now, they both work in factories. They are folks that don't have steady jobs because of their status there, folks that sort of have to go wherever the work goes, Bustamante says this bill would give them and millions of others more stability. America. Barris for Marketplace on Wall Street the day because capitalism waits for no one the S and P 500 is up 532% so far in the Biden presidency, that's annualized, of course. Credit for the dad joke to bury riddles. He's an occasional guest on this program. Because a we're going back to the days when presidents don't talk about the stock market or the Federal Reserve chair or any of that stuff, but also be Because the stock market is not the actual economy that said they are related, and traders were optimistic. Today we'll have the details when we do the numbers. Once in a century virus and silently stalks the country has taken his many lives in one year. Is America lost in all of World War two. Millions of jobs have been lost. Hundreds of thousands of businesses closed among those businesses, The National Restaurant Association says almost 20% of the restaurants in this economy have closed in the last 10 months, and until this pandemic is over or under control. That number is going to keep on growing marketplace is Justin Ho, who has been on the small business beat for us since this pandemic started. Talked to three restaurant owners who have had to close up shop to find out from them. What happens next for 14 years, Caroline Boulevard and her husband, Dizzy, kill, served chicken, collard greens, candied yams and other soul food, plus homemade ice cream at the restaurant, Z's and downtown Birmingham, Alabama. Then the lockdown started revenue dried up and Boulevard didn't have any luck getting a paycheck Protection program loan, and that's when we decided that well, maybe it's time in May she and Ezekiel closes for good. Bolivar says in a lot of ways, it was a relief. She 72 her husband's 85 1st thing I did was I gotta find liquidation, You know, because I had so much stuff, you know so many tablecloths, So many chairs that things like that. There's a lot involved with closing a restaurant. What don't you have to do is just sit down restaurant That's Emma Lines out who closed her midtown Manhattan restaurant, Little Tongue noodle shop in October. Have to notify the landlord and beg for mercy, and you have to shut down all of the things like waste removal, Greece removal and HR and payroll. She closed little tongue because it mostly served office. Workers on their lunch breaks a market that evaporated when the pandemic struck. But she stuck with her plan to open another restaurant called Silver Apricot. It's a sit down restaurant, it is finer dining. It was initially going to be the kind of place where diners spent 100 bucks or more each and it was supposed to open in March. But Zao delay the opening until July. Come July. That wasn't what the world needed. So she and her team have had the constantly tweak the business model, changing menu options and price points to try to find the sweet spot. There's no one correct answer for how we handle Restaurants through the pandemic. It's really all about iterations and ingenuity and listening to people sometimes that has led restaurant owners to pivot away from running traditional restaurants. In Portland, Oregon, James Beard Award winning chef Naomi Pomeroy closed her restaurant beast..
"pomeroy" Discussed on Weird AF News
"The police break up a climate change cult that had a giant vagina. This is real richmond. California richmond's point was the scene of some type of cult or it may have been an activist gathering over the weekend. Police say officers were called late at night and arrive to find a group of fifty to sixty people dressed in all black attire It was claimed that they might be antiga however they arrived via party bus so probably not antifa could be a bachelor party. I mean bachelor. Parties are into weird things. There's a giant vagina. This sounds like a bachelor party to me. But i'm no detective. Let's find out what was going on. these people were detained inside a dock building According to the report the group was listening to recordings about climate. Change in mother. earth right. Maybe this isn't a bachelor party after all. it's a climate change colts. Ooh let's gather in abandoned buildings and talk about how the earth is warming. Glaciers are melting. New help us mother earth. I'm just trying to act out. What was probably going on. Here's the kicker though. The group was listening to the recordings about mother. Earth while assembled around a four foot tall model of a vagina mazing. No doubt they're praying to mother earth and they're using this vagina the symbol of life. This some kind of vagina cult. What this is the culture. So squirrelly and weird. I just don't understand where they come from where they get their beliefs. They just lonely people think at the end of the day. There's just lonely people the like. Hey let's what are you doing this weekend. Nothing i don't have friends all right. Well you wanna come and meet me and my buddies. We don't have friends either. But every sunday we get around We go to abandoned buildings. We take a party bus and We stand around a vagina and sing about climate change. I i don't know just if you if you don't have anybody and you got nothing going on on sunday. Just hit us up. It's free to join. We're looking for believers or not. Is there a chance you might get arrested of course but isn't it worth it. You might find your soul mate at this time. No arrests were made. And there is no information on what the group is or what they are affiliated with. I mean clearly they're affiliated with female genitalia. Here's a quote from richmond. Police spokesperson sergeant. Aaron pomeroy it appeared. The event was well organized in the group may have had the props and the accessories previously staged. I'm not gonna say what those props are because this children the room right here. I'll just tell you it was genitalia related. It was huge. It was the biggest. I've ever seen right and i've been to a few burlesque shows myself. It was nothing like that stripper in miami. But that's for another story. The incident is still under investigation and detectives will look further into the group's actions intentions impossible targets within the city of richmond. Of course thank you very much. And that was sergeant. Erin pomeroy Mostly some of it was me. What i want to know is what happened to the giant vagina. Imagine it's at the local police station. They propped up in the office. And they're all laughing at it takes selfies with it. And that'll be put on the richmond. Police department facebook page. No doubt a florida. Barber has been accused of shooting a couple of his clients. This sounds like bad business. Sounds like florida business. Boca raton boca raton. Barber is accused of shooting at two of his clients in the parking lot of church There's no safe haven parking. Lot of florida church. That's where the shenanigans going down. Who is this gun. Tote and baba john did giovanni. Johnny did you. On age of thirty five he was arrested on two counts of attempted first degree murder of his clients according to the boca raton police. One of the clients said that he and his buddy were shot at by their barber. The previous evening they told detectives that did giovanni had scheduled some appointments to cut their hair but that he hadn't shown up over the past two weeks when one of the clients contacted did giovanni to confront him about you. Know why you accepting appointments bro. And not keeping appointments okay. Did you started yelling threatening them. Later that night the men asked de giovanni to meet them so they could discuss what was bothering them. Yeah we would like to discuss about. I had cuts year. The men told police that did giovanni told them to meet him at the first united methodist church however when did giovanni arrived. He started yelling from his vehicle. It doesn't say exactly what he was yelling. But i'm sure it was something like this. Say what are you talking to. Banning i make i keep appointments. We talking about i'm busy. I'm busy and then he pulled out a gun and fired three shots at these men before driving away. Luckily neither man was hurt but neither man also got a haircut. So that's just unproductive of a night you know. They were probably hoping they could talk some sense into him and then he would just give him a quick buzz in the parking lot of a church. Right maybe tip of the priests for using the property. Maybe that's what they thought was going to happen but it didn't. Nope did giovanni was pissed. Shot him ran away. Didn't shoot didn't hit them. they were. They weren't hurt thankfully. Well this is what happens when you get a pandemic and you can't really coordinate for your regular barbara. You gotta go. You gotta get some kind rogue barber off craigslist. Somebody like did giovanni. Hey man can. I get an underground haircut although i mean we're talking about the state of florida here. I highly doubt that anything is closed so clearly you can get your nails done in. Your hair did so. I don't even know why they're hooking up with..
Texas church shooting: Pair arrested after claiming attack was staged
"Breaking news station ipad alan a south korean officials says north korea leader kim jongun has expressed a willingness to discuss nuclear disarmament with the us and impose a moratorium on nuclear and missile tests during such talks president trump says many options are still in the day hopefully we'll go in the very very peaceful beautiful ban we're prepared to go whichever path is necessary i think we're having very good dialogue and you can certainly find out pretty soon what's happening but we have we have made progress is no question in the us office of special council announcing that white house aide kellyanne conway violated the hatch act weiss when speaking about last year's alabama senate special election correspondent m j lee says there are two factors that point towards violation one kellyanne conway was standing on white house grounds for the pointed that out the second thing is that kellyanne conway in both does interviews with introduced ask council to president trump's so very particular in using her title the pastor of the texas church where twenty six people were shot and killed last year told the san antonio newspaper the two people showed up for the at the church monday in claim that shooting was fabricated by the us government correspondent clayton level report tester frank pomeroy whose 14yearold daughter died in the massacre says the two claimed his daughter never existed and demanded to see her birth certificate they reportedly told him the shooting was staged pomeroy he says the two people were arrested but the wilson county sheriff's office hasn't confirmed the encounter in november investigators said the shooter died of gunshot wounds after being chased away from the church by two men who came across the attack on clayton 'evil right now it is fifty one degrees of albuquerque our next news update is at two o'clock i'm pat alamo ninety four point five fm and am seven seventy newsradio nina the company them him people's cars the manufacture mike ford gm sadi's exactly all of a major manufacturers have certified rv carpenters to repair the cars faith failed car crafters how did they get certified they have this specific training and equipment required by each manufacturer four or five in an accident i want the shot that knows my car the best while the company that builds it says car crafters klark grafters it is it's at sound choice hearing we have a.