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The Eric Metaxas Show
Pat Boone Shares a Story About Elvis and Lisa Marie
"I remember, I don't know, it's got to be close to like 15 years ago or something. When Elizabeth Taylor passed away and Dick Cavett, who I'm privileged to call a friend as I call you friend, he was interviewed on, I don't know what it was. I don't think Larry King was on anymore. But it was one of those shows and he was being asked about Liz Taylor and he said, yeah, she's like the last of the redwoods from that Hollywood era. She's the last one. But he said, but, you know, we shouldn't envy these people because he knew the behind the scenes story that addicted to drugs innumerable failed marriages, alcoholism. I mean, a level of misery that is mostly hidden from the public or it's sold in the tabloids as part of their fun, crazy life. But you know these people as people and you realize it sells itself records, it sells movies, but it destroys lives. It's heartbreaking. Yeah, when Lisa Marie. Died recently and her own son had died of a drug overdose. And I'd been with her just a month before with Priscilla. It was at the 45th anniversary of Elvis's death. And of course, there were still people coming from around the world as they do every year in August. And there's a shrine that was on Elvis at his at his home site. And it's almost like they're coming to commemorate saint Elvis. Because for sure. And he was gone and so they just can't let him go. Well, then in the shadow of all of that, talk about the valley of the shadow of death. Lisa Marie's son died, and then of drugs, and then she died of a heart attack. And I made the statement because I loved them all. I had just been with them. Celebrating, you know, Elvis life. And to some extent, his death, and I made the statement that supreme fantastic success can often be more dangerous, the sudden success than long lives in poverty.
"priscilla" Discussed on WJR 760
"I'm Jack Priscilla. This is anything is possible and we're talking to a most amazing lady who's done so many first in her life, which we'll get into later. Her name Mary busa Mary welcome, an honored have you. Likewise with me. Thank you, Josh. Can we start by talking about your childhood? Your mom loved her, dad? Your mom 101 years old? Please. Well, as you mentioned in the intro, I grew up in California's San Joaquin valley, which some people refer to as the salad bowl, but it's a high agricultural producing area. And so my childhood was unique in that I grew up on state hospital grounds in a small town and I lived with for a long period of time and had kind of constant exposure to severely developmentally disabled children, so I think that was a huge influence in my life. My father was a surgeon and my mother stayed home to raise my poor brothers in myself. Both of my parents gland parents or their parents, I'm sorry, my grandparents were Greek immigrants. So my cultural background was sort of double team and very much emphasized in my childhood, even though I did not grow up around in a Greek community. My exposure in the small town was more around those of an agricultural background, a large Hispanic population, the disabled, as I mentioned, and I went to school with children from a reservation. I'm a public school product. And I think the most important thing I learned from my father was just how this sense of humanity throughout your life. He was an incredibly kind person, not a stereotypical surgeon by any means. He demonstrated a love of learning and emphasized that to me and my brothers and was just fabulous. Kind, gentlemen. My mother is my hero, she's a 101 years old for a reason, probably her incredible resilience would be her hallmark, I think. She's based a lot of things with that type of the lifespan, tremendous courage, determination, what strong faith looks like on a daily basis and I would say has taught me to keep moving forward no matter what the circumstances. You mentioned that as a freshman in high school you worked as a summer teaching assistant with children with developmental disabilities, what did they teach you, Mary? I would say, you know, my husband and I talk about this a lot. He uses the expression, life is full of ordinary days. And I think if you can appreciate ordinary days, you're a step ahead, sort of the simplicity and the simple joys in life, Jack, and I believe that my exposure to developmentally disabled children taught me that. For all their challenges, they demonstrated tremendous joy and being present in the moment. And that is the lifelong lesson. I struggle with sometimes, but it had a huge impact on me. You get a nursing degree from California state university and soon thereafter, you become a critical care nurse, which you did for ten years. Talk about that chapter in your life, please. It would extremely rewarding. I think because when you're in critical care, you're generally in situations that have a major impact on a person and their families life. And so, you know, it was not something to take lightly or certainly you were never bored, it was a high acuity, high intensity, hence the name situation. I think it integrated everything I had learned in the demanding and time way. And that you could impact a person in a long-standing way whether it was a positive outcome or a sad outcome and I found it very challenging and very rewarding. The job our nurses do every day is amazing. I think there's a special wing in heaven for nurses. What do all great nurses have in common? I think that they have the ability to translate their compassion and caring. Into action on behalf of their patients. And we actually can offer the look like take the form of advocacy, it can take the form of the anticipating their needs based on the trajectory of what's happening, applying and monitoring technology, implementing the plan, and so critical to their health outcomes. And then I believe they just know how to emotionally connect and work as part of the
Bloomberg Radio New York
"priscilla" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"There's no indication that Riley Keough intends to fight her grandmother's challenge to the will, but I'm just curious if there would be any way for her to contest her grandmother being a co trustee. Right now, the only way that she could really argue that Priscilla was not an appropriate trustee is that she had some sort of proof or evidence that she couldn't be fair and impartial to her that she wouldn't be acting in her best interest. From a trust lawyer's perspective, Priscilla Presley has done a pretty amazing job of revising the Elvis Presley estate. There's a lot of case law and a lot of things that happened with that of state that isn't essentially broke at one time. And so she's got a lot of experience. So I think having a co truste that can at least educate the new trustee who has an historically been involved in the business dealings is a really important thing to have in the transition along the way because it finally were to just take over and doesn't have the business experience and the knowledge of what is required to keep the museums and graceland and all of those things afloat, the estate could dwindle down back to nothing. And I think with these minor beneficiaries, the other daughters that are also beneficiaries, I think that a court would be concerned putting somebody who is young and doesn't have any business experience to take this over when there's other people that have a stake in us. Thanks, Sarah. That's Sarah wince of Fox Rothschild. And that's it for this edition of the Bloomberg law show. I'm June Grasso. Stay with us. Today's top stories and global business headlines are coming up right now. Broadcasting 24 hours a day at Bloomberg dot com and the Bloomberg business app. This is Bloomberg radio. Top 5 administration officials say the U.S. Military downed another high altitude object that flew over American airspace. Out of an abundance of caution and the recommendation of The Pentagon. President Biden ordered the military to down the object. And they did, and it came to an inside our territorial waters. Those waters right now are frozen. National Security Council spokesman John Kirby says the Department of Defense tracked the object over Alaska. It's not clear where it originated from at this time. It comes as the U.S. down to Chinese surveillance balloon last week. The death toll from the earthquake in turkey and Syria has now topped 24,000 authorities say over 20,000 of those victims were in southwest turkey, where rescue crews continue to search for survivors, still alive in the rubble. On Saturday, search crews in turkey say they found two women alive, who had been trapped under a collapsed building for days. Pennsylvania senator John fetterman is being released from a Washington D.C. hospital, following a health scare earlier this week, Brian shook has more. The Democrats said he felt light headed during the Senate democratic retreat Wednesday with a spokesman saying test showed no signs he suffered a seizure or second stroke in less than a year. Fetterman's communications director says he will be back at the capitol when the Senate reconvenes on Monday. I'm Brian shook. President Biden is traveling to Poland this month ahead of the one year anniversary of the war in Ukraine. White House press secretary karine Jean Pierre says Biden will visit the country that borders Ukraine on February 20th through the 22nd. He'll deliver remarks on how the U.S. has rallied international support for Ukraine to defend itself against Russia. SpaceX is planning to send more Starlink satellites into orbit this weekend. As if the weather cooperates, the private space company has a launch scheduled for just after midnight Sunday morning at cape canaveral Space Force station, but launch conditions right now are only a 20% go. I'm Brad Siegel. There are some questions about proper tipping etiquette after the pandemic ushered in a new tipping culture, Aaron real has more. Tipping culture has certainly changed post pandemic, but experts say one situation in which you should not be compelled to tip relates to that automated kiosk. There shouldn't be this pressure on customers they say. Examples of this, ordering it to go cup a coffee or picking up a takeout order. In this case, financial and etiquette experts say 20% is not the new minimum and a simple round up to the dollar is sufficient. Folks who do deserve the 20% tip waitstaff taxi drivers and salon workers. These are all examples of jobs that rely on tips, customers should consider each of them an independent contractor that they are hiring for the moment. But at the end of the day, tip what you can depending on your own finances. Revised figure show, consumer price is actually rose slightly instead of falling in December. Lisa Taylor reports. The Labor Department says the consumer price index edged up a tenth of a percent rather than slipping a fraction as previously reported data for November was also revised to show the CPI increasing two tenths of a percent, which is double the earlier estimate. There was no change in the government's yearly data. I'm Lisa Taylor. Consumer sentiment is slightly higher for the third straight month. The University of Michigan's early reading for February edged up a point and a half from last month, high prices continue to weigh on consumers despite the recent decline in inflation. The survey noted sentiment remains more than 20% below its historical average since 1978. It suggests consumers are likely to be more cautious about spending in the months ahead. Mardi Gras kicks into high gear this weekend, but the parades are rolling at a time when New Orleans is facing a policeman power shortage. The number of officers wearing the badge is at a historic low level. That's led to concerns about security during carnival season, nearly 200 officers from 13 agencies have answered the call to help. They'll be flooding the French Quarter along with more than 100 Louisiana state police
"priscilla" Discussed on WTOP
"This is WTO P news. It's 5 23. We have an update this morning on the case of a fairfax county middle school student who says she was sexually assaulted in a school bathroom by another student earlier this month. Fairfax county police say after a thorough investigation that they are continuing to work with the girls family and the school system, but that there is no threat to the students or school community. When asked police could not offer more detail about the investigation. The girl reported an assault occurred on January 12th in a middle school bathroom by another student. No one has been arrested or charged. In an email home, frost middle school principal Anthony Harris reiterated there is no reason for concern, and that the school system safety office has a tip line set up for anyone to share their thoughts. Sentencing is scheduled for this morning for a young fall care county man who admits to shooting and killing his mother in 6 year old brother on Valentine's Day 2020. In August of last year, Levi Norwood pleaded guilty to first degree murder for the death of his mother, Jennifer, and second degree murder for the death of his brother, Wyatt, Norwood was 17 at the time of the shootings, which happened at the family's home in Midland. The teen was arrested in North Carolina. At one point, Norwood's attorney considered a plea of not guilty by reason of insanity, but his client was repeatedly found competent to stand trial. A legal fight has begun over the estate of Elvis Presley's only child, Lisa Marie Presley, not even three weeks after her death. Priscilla Presley, Lisa Marie's mother, has filed documents disputing the authenticity of a 2016 amendment to Lisa Marie's living trust that removed Priscilla and a former business manager as trustees if Lisa Marie died or became incapacitated. Lisa Marie died on January 12th at age 54 after paramedics responded to a report of a woman in cardiac arrest, the cause of her death is still under investigation. It's not clear how much her estate is worth, a lawsuit that Lisa Marie filed in 2018 alleged mismanagement of the trust and said it had been worth more than 100 million, but that most of that money
AP News Radio
Mourners at Graceland to bid farewell to Lisa Marie Presley
"Hundreds of people gathered on the lawn of Elvis Presley's estate in Memphis, Tennessee on Sunday to pay their last respects to his daughter, Lisa Marie Presley, a marchesa a letter with the latest. That's Billy Corgan performing at Lisa Marie Presley's funeral at graceland. Alanis Morissette and Axl Rose also performed Presley died January 12th, her mother, Priscilla Presley, read a poem that her daughter had written. She knew that I loved her. I fear I'll never touch her. But the old soul is always with me. She doesn't drift above. Lisa Marie was laid to rest at graceland's meditation garden where her father and her son are buried
"priscilla" Discussed on WJR 760
"This is anything is possible, I'm host Jack Priscilla or with iola sorbet, the matriarch. The family. 66 years, she's been involved with chicken chick. She goes to work every day. 66 years. I think you just turned 95. Yes, you had four children. Claudette, who's passed, Mark? Michelle Cheryl. Mark has polio. Correct. Two great sons that are very involved with the business. Neil and Phil have grandsons. I'm sorry. Do something. Marques two sons. Oh, okay. Okay. Okay. Tell us about Mark. Mark is a terrific guy. He weighed 9 and a half pounds when he was born. He would have been man mountain dean. But in the summer in the fall of 19 55, he wasn't feeling well. And we had taken him to the doctor and he said he had an ear infection. And gave him a shot of penicillin or whatever. And so during the course of the weekend, he got so that he couldn't stand. And so I called the doctor and on Monday and the gal said, well, if he's as sick as you say he is, bring him over. So he took him over to the doctor and he stood him up in the office and let go of him and he fell flat on his face. He said he has encephalitis, take him down to the hospital. And I said, what is that? He's an incurable disease of the brain. This is a 24th of October. He was due to have his polio shot the 1st of November. So we took him down to children's, and we waited in a big waiting room, and finally we got in. And the doctor came in and tested him and he said, your son has polio myelitis, and he'll never walk again. And at that time, it wasn't late now. We could only visit Mark two hours. And so you can just imagine a child of being in two years of age. And having to leave him, it was very difficult. But through the grace of God, he is involved in the business very much so and has two great sons and a very proud of Mark. And I think. His greatest attribute is he has an attitude. He always said, if you have a bad attitude, you have two problems. And so he was always taught, don't feel sorry for yourself. And if you fall, get up. Because I'm not always going to be there to pick you up. And that was a tough time in our life. And John took it very hard. He used to sit in the chair and rock. How can this happen? How can this, how can my son be so sick? And it was a terrible, terrible time in our life. But through it all you use arrive. And Mark today is a great guy. And I'm very proud. I'm very proud of Mark. You love your family. And your family is everything to you. Yes. Why so? What else is there worth in life? What else is there worth in life? You know, everybody would be proud of their family. He would be a whole different world. And John and I lived in a world where it was a lot different than it is today. And you would go out and you would help your neighbor and it wasn't you were in helping him. So that they would pay you to do something. You did it because you were a neighbor or a friend or someone in today at some different. Everybody is so wrapped up in themselves that it's I feel sorry. I feel sorry for a lot of the kids today because they don't have that. I can remember one instance and I think felt will verify he worked very hard up at the Woodward store. And I don't know Philip, if you remember that, but he wanted a raise or something and Jen said, no. I'm not going to do that. He said, you have to work for something because then you will have pride in what you have. And if I keep giving, then I will take that away from you. And I don't ever want to do that. And I think that's so true today. You have to you have to be proud of what you've done. And that's, that was instilled in me as a small child. You just, and you don't work for the almighty dollar. And I forget what year it was, but Kentucky fried went right down in the street from chicken shack. And everybody told John oh, he's a boy. You met your maker now. You're going to be out of business in Justin. No, I'm not. Because I'm better than Kentucky fried. And once they taste my chicken, they're not going to be satisfied with theirs. And that's how John was. All right, if you want to learn more WWW dot chicken check dot com, go to the website one of the first things you see is a little intro from you. I also back. When John and I started chicken check, we never could have imagined it would grow to mean so much to so many people. Now, listen to this. It's more than just a restaurant or food. It's family mine and yours and community. You've got 200 people. Young people. How do you propagate that culture throughout the organization still today? It's really a challenge because in fact every pay day I always put a little insert in their envelope to try to motivate them to just stop and think about why you're even working. What is the point? You know what I mean? And I think we have some employees that have been with us for 20, 25, 30 years. And I'm very proud of that. And we've tried to take care of them like we take care of our family. And I don't know. Just who we are. You have one employee who's been working on 25 or 30, but 66. And when you brush your teeth in the morning, you're looking at that employee. All right. You are a shiny example of the greatest generation. When you're in town
AP News Radio
Lisa Marie Presley, singer and daughter of Elvis, dies at 54
"Looser Marie Presley the only child of Elvis Presley is dead at age 54, Presley's death Thursday was confirmed by her mother Priscilla Presley, a few hours after her daughter was rushed to a Los Angeles hospital by paramedics. Lisa Marie Presley was a singer and songwriter. And just this Tuesday she attended the Golden Globes to celebrate actor Austin butler's award for playing her father in the major musical feature, Elvis, Melanie chew People magazine's senior music editor, says Lisa Marie was having a tough time. Just last year, she wrote a really moving essay about navigating grief after the loss of her son Benjamin, who died by suicide. Lisa Marie Presley leaves behind three daughters after Riley Keough and 15 year old twins. I'm Donna water
AP News Radio
Elvis fans mark 45 years since his death
"Elvis Presley fans are gathering in Memphis Tennessee to mark the 45th anniversary of his death With the latest 30,000 people showed up to the candlelight vigil that goes past Elvis grave according to Priscilla Presley his ex-wife She says it's unbelievable how popular Elvis still is and she credits the resurgence to the hit film Elvis Priscilla Presley tells NBC's Today Show she loved the movie but it made her squirm to see how Elvis manager colonel Tom Parker could have done so much more for him He should have really probably probably stayed a publicist because he just didn't have he didn't take others where he wanted to be And that was hard because I lived it
"priscilla" Discussed on WJR 760
"I'm Jack Priscilla This is anything is possible and we're talking to a man who served our country for over 40 years and then he became famous overnight The one two years ago he was the director of the center of disease controls the CDC and suddenly we were watching him and doctor Burks and Tony Fauci and the trumpster every day So doctor walker manager to have you Thanks Jack Glad to be here Can we start by talking about your childhood and your parents please Well Jack we can I mean my father was a physician Went to Hopkins and then University of Chicago And then came to be a scientist a physician at NIH deeply committed to the power of science Really working hard to try to figure out that the time the big question about the genetic code Sadly my dad died in 1956 I will say that from his group three people independently went on to win the Nobel Prize in medicine So these individuals were great scientists My mother had thought she had an opportunity to live a great life Obviously very saddened by my father's death He had three children age one a three and age 5 I was the oldest She went I remember when my dad died she didn't even have a driver's license And then she spent a little time trying to recover We went out to my dad's family in Utah and when she came back she went to work for NIH and she did a lot of important science herself We're learning a lot about how the body made proteins So there's always a great reverence for science in my family But the other thing my mother was was she was a woman of deep faith She and she instilled that into her three children It's interesting you know when you look at the issue of all things are possible my mother was the first to teach me something that stayed with me my whole life and actually was one of the phrases I use as I CDC director was that in God all things are possible When people would say oh that's not possible Not that's my possible No And God all things were possible And she was she was a great woman She had died unfortunately a month after I became CDC director A very spiritual death for me I went to visit her She was comatose And she had my brother with me and all of a sudden she woke up And I had seen this before because I worked closely with Mother Teresa's nuns and dealing with men that were dying of aids and they taught me recognizing some of the signs that happened for people when they are close to death Many many of them woke up And she woke up and she looked at me and one eye was focused on the ceiling and the other eye was focused on me And then went around the whole room It's impossible because you know as a physician I know that that doesn't happen There's just conjugate gaze but eventually she shouted out my father's name And reach your hands out to touch him And then she died We're talking to doctor Robert Redfield And when we met doctor two months ago in Lake Nona you were giving a talk to 500 people And I cornered you and asked if you'd come on the show and maybe you were a little hesitant and then you said Jack what's the name of the show And I said well with God anything is possible And you put your hand in your pocket and you pulled out a little coin And on the one side is a cross and on the other side is the words with God all things are possible So you've given that coin out many many times what happens when you give that coin out You know Jack I carry it with me all the time And it's a big pass forward coin for me You know as a physician I've dealt with many people that are confronting serious challenges you know illness death As a physician in the 80s an aids physician most of my patients died most of them were under the age of 35 40 And you know I'm a big believer in what this says with God all things are possible You know one of my roles as a physician I remember I had the privilege of spending time with Pope John Paul Actually I attribute him to my polynomial conversion I have maybe not talked to you about that but I evolved in my faith really through the eyes of scientists And God was an energy force Well I had a chance to meet John Paul and spent some time with him And he told me that God was not an energy force And I needed to develop a personal relationship with him Second thing he told me that prayers were not an illusion Like Freud and we learned in medical school prayer was the most powerful tool I had access to and I needed to learn how to use it And the third thing he told me was that there was redemptive value in human suffering I said you know Pope John Paul as a doctor I can't buy that I don't see any value in my patient suffering And several years later he invited me to be part of the world day for the sick at lords which was the first celebration of the sick and the redemptive value that they had the power to bring into our universe And I had studied his encyclical on human suffering but what I witnessed there was actually the redemptive value of human suffering And I tried to bring that back to my clinical practice that you know I don't understand it but clearly human suffering has redemptive value And we shouldn't run away from it We should help give people the power and the courage to use that strength When and if we're asked to have to endure human suffering So it was my meetings with John Paul and I met him twice but it was when I say it was a plinian conversion I really mean it because I had rationalized my faith in terms of science And not in terms of personal relationship with God And since that day I've known that the key is a personal relationship with God I have no doubt no matter where I am in the world no matter how I'm separated from my family when tragedy hits I know I have enormous power by just going into prayer And I do know that you know one of my roles as a doctor was to make sure the men and women that I had the privilege to serve benefited from the redemptive value of the suffering.
The Charlie Kirk Show
Zuckerberg, Chan Not Making Similar Donations to Elections This Year
"Extraordinary announcement came out today, which is a great announcement for the security of our elections and the integrity of our elections. Mark Zuckerberg Mark Zuckerberg and his wife, Priscilla Chan, have said they will not give another $400 million for this next aid of elections. The nonprofit that distributed most of the $350 million in donations from Zuckerberg to election offices in 2020 said Monday that it won't disperse similar donations this year after backlash from conservative suspicions that the contributions tilted the outcome of the presidential race towards Biden. This tells me a couple different things. Number one, it shows that the backlash that Zuckerberg has received has really bothered him. And it should bother him. I don't know Zuckerberg's intentions. I don't. But what I do know is that Zuckerberg is not exactly excited about further alienating half the country. By the way, on Facebook and Instagram, it's conservative content that performs way better than left wing content. If it wasn't for all the algorithm changes and all the games and the thumb on the scale that Facebook plays.
"priscilla" Discussed on WJR 760
"Don't have a love it's not enough I'm Jack Priscilla This is anything as possible with babby mason That was babby performing love is a more excellent way Daddy You've all sold written 9 books How did you ever start writing books You know Jack and I got started in ministry back in the early 80s it was my dream to record a record and sing on stage and that was my big dream Little did I know that singing would lead to songwriting I told you about that competition that I went to back in the 80s and Esther park Colorado where all rise one first place They also had some breakout sessions where they taught songwriting and the lights began to come on and next thing I know I was I was writing songs and I didn't even know that I had the potential or the ability but that opportunity came to me I see that opportunity I love writing I'm a avid reader and I love words and I began to write some Songwriting began to allow me to write for other singers and writing began to be a practice for me and I began to contribute to other people's books and other people's Bible studies and even a couple of Bible commentaries and women's Bible additions and things like that Well I'll say this again the Bible says your gift makes room for you And you know my life's journey has not been one of huge leaps and bounds but just of consistently putting one foot in front of the other not being afraid to explore or try something new or learn something new well one day as they say quote out of the blue I got this phone call from a young guy from Nashville and he worked for a major publishing company there in Nashville at abingdon press and he said to me miss mason your name came up in a meeting this morning And we are starting a new line of books called Christians living life and we'd like for you to write a we'd like you to write a book for us And I loved the opportunity of writing books I'd been writing articles and contributing to other books prior to that And I've written a couple of smaller books but this was my first major publishing opportunity I could have said no because it's a huge assignment but I said yes and I knew the lord would help me to figure it out I said yes and that opportunity was a major learning experience it has been a wonderful opportunity to speak That led to public speaking and teaching women and women's conferences and Bible studies and doing Bible study videos and there are a lot of those videos online and on YouTube and so that has been a song and the theme of my life and that is one thing always leads to another and that when you say yes you say yes to faith you say yes to opportunity you say yes to opening doors you say yes the learning something new you say yes to meeting new people yes to making an impact and yes and maybe even encouraging someone in their deepest darkest hour And that's what these opportunities have allowed me to be They allowed me to let my light so shine before men that they may see my good works and glorify my father who was in heaven I am blessed to be able to impact people I get lots of cards and letters and emails from people who tell me that a song that I've written or a book that I've written or a blog that I've written has given them a great source of encouragement And I shudder when I think what if I said no what if I if I said well you know I'm not qualified or I'm not equipped or I'm a little intimidated at that opportunity but in my daddy's church we used to sing this song the choir used to process down the aisle as they rock back and forth and they sing this gospel song as they persist into the sanctuary They used to sing this song called we've come this far by faith Leaning on the lord And that's my theme song I've come this far by faith and faith means you don't see all the details but you still take a step You don't know all the answers but you keep moving forward And that has been the thing that has led me to where I am today and like I said before I still believe my best song is to be sung my best book has yet to be written by best concert performance as yet to be staged but I'm looking forward to what God has for me in the future We're talking to babby mason If you want to learn more WWW dot baby BAB IE dot com Her latest book is entitled fully qualified next summing your God given potential We've got about a minute left tell us if you will about the online.
"priscilla" Discussed on WJR 760
"Welcome back to anything as possible I'm your host Jack Priscilla with the honorable justice brand Zara All right the quote from Dennis archer the profession of law is a calling Please Well interestingly Dennis was a mentor of mine when he left the Michigan Supreme Court He joined the Dickinson right law firm and I was senior associate at the time eventually became partner And in large part because of the work I did with Dennis he was a great mentor and taught me a lot about the law I never heard him say laws that calling but it's certainly fits into my knowledge of Dennis and the way he pursued himself The law is first of all if you don't have a passion for the law if you're not interested in the pursuit of justice then it's probably not right for you You really have to have it in your heart and soul that this is something you want to do And it is the pursuit of truth it's the ability to aid people in need to give them consul and wisdom and help them navigate their way through their problems So it is a calling It is a profession It's something where you put your own needs and desires behind those of your client NS archer was our mayor for 8 years He became the first African American president of the American virus association and he ultimately became the chairman of Dickinson Wright which you mentioned you worked for for 5 and a half years Talk about that chapter of your life at Dickinson rate Well when I went to law school Jack I didn't know there were big firms There were small firms I didn't know much about lawyers and all because there was no lawyer in my family to help mentor me along and guide me I thought you just got your law degree and everybody went out and hung a shingle and practiced law So when I graduated from law school and clerked in the eastern district of Michigan for a wonderful mentor Larry Zack cough I had the opportunity to see three cases tried before judged that cough that were tried by Dickinson right lawyers And I developed a relationship with Robert Young who was a partner at the time and eventually also on the Michigan Supreme Court And they recruited me to the firm And it was a wonderful firm They had a great respect for public service they encouraged their lawyers to do pro Bono work And it was truly a lawyer's law firm where you could develop your skills no door was closed I could get help from anybody If I was working hard and needed assistance there was no lawyer who would tell me no even if it wasn't their case And I learned a great deal from the lawyers that Dickinson wrote It was really a fantastic experience And if it wasn't for the opportunity to become a judge I would not have left there I really found it an amazing experience and it got even better when Dennis came on board And essentially Dennis and I worked on all of his cases together It was almost as simple as the Dennis archer from Dickinson right He produced so much work You saying you carried the man Is that what you're saying No No I had the benefit of working with Dennis and everything he brought in so that everything he brought into the firm I helped work up with him All right All right you're 34 years old in 1994 You're a partner You you're doing very well Suzanne's mother in law's very happy with you And then you become a judge You become one of 64 Wayne county trial judges Why How many times has your mother in law ask you why You know when you're practicing law as a litigator you get into many different courtrooms I had some matters in the federal court that matters in macomb lane Oakland counties and I became a little bit jaded at coming before judges who weren't prepared You work hard your clients pay you good money to write briefs and you write these briefs You come in prepare to argue on the brief and many times it was evidence to me that these judges simply weren't prepared Or they thought the law wasn't what was passed by the legislature but whatever whatever they deemed to be the law whatever came out of their mouth was lost And it was frustrating to me And I really felt that I needed to make a difference If I could go to that bench and be prepared at all times and work hard to work with the lawyers not to be the judge that's the center of the courtroom but to be the judge that facilitates a resolution to the dispute So I did many things different that they hadn't seen in Wayne county before for example I would stagger my motion calls Every Friday morning typically there's what they call the cattle call Everybody's got a motion comes to court And if you're lucky your case is called first and you can get it out in a hurry But sometimes people are paying lawyers a lot of money to sit there and wait for two or three hours until the case is hurt So one of the things I did differently was stagger the calls If you had a certain kind of motion I'd want you in at 8 o'clock 9 o'clock 10 o'clock I did throughout the day and motions to dismiss I heard in the afternoon So I'd make sure everybody was out of their cattle call cases I worked hard to be prepared if the lawyers wanted a settlement conference I'd give them a settlement conference They wanted a trial We'd give them a trial I really it was one of the to this day I will say it was the most rewarding judicial experience I had on a daily basis because from the start of the day till the end of the day you could think about anywhere from four to 40 people whose life was improved because you were there to do your job And so you're with the Wayne county circuit court for four years And then you went to the Michigan Court of Appeals And you were there for 12 years talk about that chapter of your life Yes So I found the trial court very rewarding And I very much enjoyed it I wasn't trying to get on the Court of Appeals It was an opportunity that came my way was something that was offered by Ben governor angler He suggested that he wanted me to serve on the Court of Appeals But I wasn't sure that's what I wanted to do And I'll never forget his legal counsel Lucille Taylor calling me and telling me you know Brian it's not always about what you want to do You can't force what's going to happen in your career Sometimes you just have to walk the path that's put in front of you And that was the path that was put in front of me And it gave me very different perspective You know seeing appeals by right I think with my Court of Appeals experienced made me a good Court of Appeals judge and I was able to become a much better Court of Appeals judge because I was able to understand better for example the standards of review and what is it what is a discretionary call of the trial judge What is an abuse of discretion And it came at the right time in my life as well You know when you're a child court judge you're keeping shop It's just like when I had my health and beauty aids store people expected me there at 8 30 And I would say it's all four 30 or 5 And you were there And even if you didn't have anything on the docket you never knew when a case was going to get filed ahead.
Bloomberg Radio New York
"priscilla" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Course as we all brace for additional restrictions now in England plan B announced by the prime minister yesterday Let me tell you what's coming up next on the program though Property portfolio Do you know anyone with a green mortgage No neither do I but they are being offered at a better rate of interest Bloomberg's Priscilla as a Vader rocker will be joining me next to explain just why they aren't being snapped up This is Bloomberg Markets headlines and breaking news 24 hours a day Business out Quick take This is a Bloomberg business flash From Bloomberg's European headquarters here in London I'm Caroline Hepburn with this Bloomberg radio business flash So 3100 futures are actually positive right now up by two tenths of 1% This is a reversal earlier we'd seen things looking pretty flat and quite moderate for the start of European trading You're stuck 50 feet to up two tents of 1% S&P 500 NASDAQ and Dao Jones features that are all in the red We are digesting and evaluating what the overcrowd variant means on the one hand Pfizer BioNTech a all in the red We are digesting and evaluating what the overcome variant means on the one hand fighter beyond tech say at an initial lab study shows that the third boost of vaccine could help to neutralize it on the other hand Boris Johnson and other European countries for example bringing in additional rules How much credibility does this government have though when it comes to these additional work from home and face mask rules having said all of that In terms of Asia the MSCI Asia Pacific index is up by four tenths of 1% this morning largely where in the.
Inspiration and Spiritual Awakening from Live. Love. Engage. with Gloria Grace Rand
"priscilla" Discussed on Inspiration and Spiritual Awakening from Live. Love. Engage. with Gloria Grace Rand
"Welcome to live love engage. I am gloria grace rand and day. I have a guest on the show which is always one of my favorite things to do. I've copied lovely priscilla's defend with us today from california so first off. Welcome to love engaged priscilla. Thank you so much for having me. Hi everyone well. I am so glad you're here. Because we're i i really feel like we're sort of on a parallel tracks Because what you do. And it's sort of what i'm moving into as well some really curious to hear all about your journey but let me share with our listeners and viewers on youtube a little bit about who you are and why have you on the show today so Priscilla is intuitive business. Strategist and creator of the soul fluent leadership archetypes and she helps women leaders who have hit an upper limit in their businesses really step into their next level of leadership so they can create more impact and prophet with grace joy and ease by embracing their natural leadership style and she says that she takes the mystery confusion around your next steps in business and helps you to get clear on your souls vision her leadership and it's all about helping people to gain clarity which is like i said that's definitely right up my alley what i'm looking at Have been doing with some of my clients who i want to continue to do more of going forward but of course you know we all have our unique ways of helping people and our own stories that sort of influence how we got to where we are so i thought maybe we'd start off by letting you tell your story of how. How did you get to be the creator of soil fluent leadership architects while my soul. Decided to guide me here. That's the short version gas because my logical brain didn't even know what a cautious records were never planned on being an entrepreneur. Let alone coach been now for ten years. I started out as a health coach than once. I came upon the akasha records which we can talk about that more. People don't understand what they are haven't heard of them and then realized that i had a gift talent to channel people's marketing plans and really the division of their business from their soul. And so i switched into doing intuitive business. Coaching using the sole guidance from the akasha records. That's really what people come to me for. They want that seoul.
The Official BNI Podcast
Dude, Where Are My Wheels?
"Hello ivan. How are you today. I am doing fantastic today. Priscilla and have a topic. That's very unusual title. Which you're not agree. I definitely agree. And i'm totally curious so i recently visited los angeles Where i grew up where i live for many many years is driving an area that i run around and i was regaling my wife with a story about a job. I had in a pretty tough neighborhood when i was in college. And at the end of the story. Beth said to me you have got to tell the story in a podcast so here it is. It's sort of One of my early lessons on the value of networking So i i grew up in a really Working class environment early in my life and it was really a roughly nineteen seventy five. And i was working my bachelor's degree while i was employed at a hardware store in south l. monday california and you have to understand. This happened when he was a pretty tough neighborhood with a fair number of gangs were active in the area and we closed the store It was it was a hardware store. I we close the store one evening at seven. Pm and it took about thirty minutes close all the registers and leave the store and in that thirty minute period. What could happen particularly in that neighborhood so around seven thirty we walked out of the store and we one of the employees cars sitting in the parking lot literally propped up on blocks own had stolen all four awesome wheels and left the car on four country blocks where it's at in the parking lot and Basically waiting for us to get off work and walk out there clearly My friend the person who car it was Was apoplectic when you walked out. He was absolutely went absolutely crazy.
"priscilla" Discussed on Scam Goddess
"And there are consequences and that's the thing like there should be some looking us now however many months after january six. What's really happened since nothing. It's just been slept in the fucking rug that hundreds of people storm the fucking capital and like did all kinds of crate like and we're just sweeping. That should have been wrong. All the fucked up shade trump did in office did in his time in business. All the he'll never go to jail. He'll never be punished because he was the. Us president and that sets a bad precedent to the world. If we admit that we actually criminal a criminal criminal like joppa doing all types of crime like chump doing crimes as he came out the fucking wounds you would add about somebody's. Crime portfolio really being diversified trump's sparring. Folio thinks he ads and everything. She's a crime to be done and will be of all me. He framed people for murder. You salted people. Money evaded taxes. He had faked charity of fake colin. How to tell you. This man has the most diverse crime portfolio. I've ever seen. He got that dp. Cadavers crime portfolio raw rounded when it comes to crime nobody's beating donald j. You know. I wish i could talk about it more. If he wasn't so damn evil. I would do more episodes on him because he's got so much crime in his pocket. He is an excellent scammer. And a warragul man. Yes like. there's no consequences for this shape because we don't allow for consequences -actly exactly and i just think we should be like a little consequence. I look. I'm not saying we need to kill politician. That's terrible the fbi fbi's like hello my door right now. Agent is going off right now. He literally is texas group challenge. Oh we got this bitch now. Finally raggedy home we wait. I slip up. I'm just saying like. I don't know maybe they can get a woman or something you know. Did you see a few pebbles adam. Azzam's they fuck up like you know in your home stay. I'm sure you're probably following how the democrats left the state so they won't have to vote on the restricted voting. Did you hear that. No this is the second time i've done that. But so this time. So there were supposed to have a vote. On like the restrictive voting laws that republicans and texts are trying to enact in order to disenfranchise poc poor people etc mainly democratic leaning voters. And so the democrats in the texas a legislature. Whatever they basically like hopped on a plane at the eleventh-hour and flutes fucking dc in order to not be present for the vote. Because you have to have a certain amount of people in order to even hold the boat the vote and so basically they. They kidnapped themselves. And like and got outta dodge so at the end they went to the they went to in order to like demand that the voting rights bills that are out there are actually passed. Because you know they're being affected out there and so anyway the point under the reason i brought that up is because in texas. There is a law on the books that you can arrest politicians for not showing up. And so they're basically trying to enact that like arresting these motherfuckers. You got some wild blue laws that are still on the books that texas wiles is fun. Dog learned about it. I'm like wow a very wild place you know. We used to be our own country and and we still bright flag which is very bizarre very bizarre that we prayed to fabric in general That we it's fabric that a nice little little white lady soda or back in the day and now we all gotta pray to it every day and we did. I remember coming up at school. We did the pledge allegiance every single day and then we did honor the texas flag. I pledge allegiance to the texas one and indivisible. Oh my god that's crazy. Gang gang and member the law and order sound comes in going. Wow that's wile. Texas like texas teaches a lot like texas history. You know you teach the history of your state absolutely texas after like went on a little too long. We all went to the movies to watch that movie. Alamo when it came out. Dan wit. To the alamo And really disappoint says. I grew my hearing about the alamo hag gotta remember it you know and you know what happened and david crockett and the rest of the girls and even though we lost that fight. That's the that's the weird thing about. The alamo is remembered alabama lose their. She was probably forgetting southerners. And losing battles and never forgetting. I gotta forget slavery. Though don't forget that we need to forgive slavery mccain for gay the confederates leg how we pose. Forgive slavery won't put that flag out. Okay leslie like the flag goes hidden in hand with the slave for read. We all know that right. Anybody okay like why can't black people just get over it. And then they're like waving a confederate flag bearing like like og confederate uniforms like. What are you what's happening here. And a statue of mr. Mr murderer their their favor. Idaho damn statues. Those god the fact that i just like the fact that people are so up in arms about these fucking statues coming down who gives a. We're on a tangent tangent but we just wanted to bring some live. I'll be russell needs that very dark scammer of the week but we do appreciate change the rest coming out in our scamming scam in two ways. 'cause we got to we add to. Yes the guys that brings us to the end of another episode scam. Got his pied. If you want to snitch on your friends and family just make sure your scam is retired. Scam got his potted gino dot com if you wanna find me d. a. l. e. c. on all platforms all episodes of a blacklist schedule which is now emmy.
"priscilla" Discussed on Scam Goddess
"How do these two go together. Help me understand how they connect. I have so many questions but scammer of the week guys. Let's just our questions are going gonna get answered. We're lay awake at night. Thinking about simon and why he was working at a helicopter company and also he's not real so scare the week former scammer of the week. Guys you guys know. This is where we highlight honorary charlatan worthy of our price or not. And we don't know yet. Okay so let's see. And i had to say that because i started reading in other words in ra and woy former in our president. David keene was scanned into delivering a graduation speech to a stadium of empty chairs. Ooh i like it. Ooh keen was led to believe that he was addressing the graduating class of james madison academy a school that does not actually exist. In a video recording of the speech keep begins my urging students to uphold the second amendment before he is interrupted by audio of terrifying voices of suits trapped in a school during a shooting. Damn so this was like this was like a political action. Done and this isn't edited video. None of the speech. So we're going to see a little bit of this video. okay. Wow wow. That's very deep. This is a scam. That i highly approve of. It is emotional for sure This man is trying to defend the second amendment rights in front of a bunch of empty chairs which represent empty chairs for students who were killed by gun violence and they're playing nine one one real nine one one phone calls of people who are involved in school shootings calling for help while this old dinosaur stands up here trying to get you to buy more guns. Because he likes money. The speech was not actually a rehearsal. Keen was also led to believe and the three thousand and forty four empty chairs. He was addressing represented the children and teenagers that were shot and killed before they graduate high schools. Ooh the event was orchestrated by gun. Safety organization changed the ref founded by the parents of a teenager who was murdered in parkland florida shooting while change the rough spokesperson said in a press release ironically had been conducted a proper background check on the school. They would have seen that. This is fake. And i love that. Ironically because we know that the nra as opposed to background checks and things like that for people who want to own guns. And you know look at them. They don't even do their own. Fucking background checks. They were like the school is fake with the money's real. Oh yeah i i. This is yeah. This is a very somber scam But i fucking appreciate it. I think it's a you know is. Sometimes it's necessary to like put in these motherfuckers face like what they're doing and i fucking support it. I'd love to know. And i'm sure this piece of shit doesn't care so that's really what postel right i mean. That's the end of the day. It's a beautiful demonstration but you can't reach people like this no not at all at all they don't care like there's some people who just don't care about humanity they're like i get one life. I'm predator. I'm here to give minds. I don't care who i her. I just want to get my things exactly. Yeah and that's a fact like just because you care or you are impacted or or you resonate with something emotionally or whatever. It doesn't mean that other people are gonna be on that same wavelength and yeah and i think that speaks so a lot of like what why are politics tend to go round and round in circles because you have one group of people trying to get another group of people to get it and it's like it's not that they don't get it they don't give a fuck right and that's why we have the same talking points about black lives matter or about you know. Queer people trans people having rights is because they know was right. They just don't wanna do shit. They don't care we cannot convince people to care. That's i'll be thinking like damn we need to get back to like them. Marie-antoinette days if you weren't government you need to just be a little concerned that maybe somebody shopping head off. If you started to fluctuate somebody my storm. The busty need like a guillotine right outside of congress. I'm saying that we need to her government officials..
"priscilla" Discussed on Scam Goddess
"So so blade was like okay. Simon is leaving and this is a personal statement from signing in quotes. Because he's leaving. He's leaving and okay so simon says i'm at the point in my life where i have little interest in blade or its partners bleaching my pros in an effort to avoid any readers potentially being triggered by my views bro easiest talking about the company. I think so angry with you sometime in. Are you fucking kidding me simon. We are helicopter company. This is not helping impose. This is not cnn. I don't i. i thought he was like rupert. What's her name. The scammer who'd be stealing oughta poems rupiah rupa rupa car. You've definitely seen her clothes because she everybody has quotes instagram. It's like little poems. That'd be like see with your. I eat the meat of life. Some random sue but it'd be sounded acute. That's still in poems as she season in the muppet stuff. She's got a little bit of a reputation but it's getting that's what he wanted to do. And it's we're helicopter company bro. What do you mean bleaching pros. You shouldn't be writing prose about a fucking helicopter company. All people want stats like his company. Doing where we in the rare we in the black. Gimme a chart and we're gonna invest how to stocks. I don't wanna know pros. I just. I mean this guy thought. He was going to start his literary career as a secret spokesperson for a helicopter company. I mean you're doing. You're doing too much. And the fact that he's leaving with indignation on top of it like fuck. Y'all fuck y'all disrespecting what the fuck. I was trying to do here. Assignment is not real. Simon that's not your name. Your weisenthal has done a whole days of our lives. Exit like simon's and a coma. Maybe he'll come back to life. We don't know like what's so. I'm still trying to understand what's going on. But all right so in a very despite this being a very public statement. Weisenthal says the drama surrounding. Simon separation was an inside joke amongst the creative team. Yes a you have inside jokes with like like public statements especially when you're doing a merger it just feels like not a good time to have inside jones. It's like those improv teams that they to perform and they're all laughing themselves but the audience is like what's going on here like you guys are just doing inside jokes. Nobody gets it. Hello hello we're here to we would or no okay. So he has not offered any additional explanation to why conflict was manufactured between simon and the company nor any explanation for the musings made in the newsletters. I don't understand the film. I mean right now. From what was her. Show where you know what the mean. We're like all the math comes up in the white ladies like oh. I don't think. I think that shows a french show. I don't think it's a real american show but yeah naci spiral. I'm so confused. I'm sitting here looking. Like i like a chalkboard into just like try to put all this registering a lot of photos fedral. I'm really just trying to put this puzzle together. I'm confused. why would you do this. I don't know who what. Why would you do as i maybe just wanted attention and then people were like okay. Everybody actually hates simon. He's a weirdo. And rob was like. Oh yeah yeah he sucks. Yeah fuck ham ham inside joke. No i think the company was like kill off this weird character that is bringing about liability to our company with. Y'all let him go for a while before you don't i mean like i. If if they sure started normally he was probably like. I'm going to create a fake alias to do our social media and reach out to people and then when the alias started getting traction because the company started getting traction. I feel like that's when he was like that's he cracked his his rely. Let's get to a baby. What are philosophies of the last forty years people want more signing people are okay. I'm gonna given what they won't know people want rides. They want rights. I literally still at the airport waiting for my my fucking helicopter shot. It's not coming. do you want to read. This weird is blonde purse. I gave thing. I guess i might as well. You will learn absolutely nothing afterwards but if you want to read this weird as blonde post please leave. I guess simon's waiting for you guys with that on a very confusing. I feel like simon scammed us that whole historic hoodwink. I feel like when i was reading simon's blog. What happened why. I have so many questions did lacy priscilla even say anything in the past thirty minutes. We said nothing. Nothing the loudest circles london roundabouts. Come on slut through some would call it a panhandles. you know he whips a few slides you know couple u-turns and some came turns right to the right to the right now dip dip now walking by yourself. Okay yeah yeah. We didn't do much talking about anything of substance. That's not our fault okay. That's silence all and also rob so all right guys. We're gonna take a quick break when we back after some non scam advertisements campbell pro. Y'all already know. I use it parties events. I look like a professional love. This for me. Building presentation is a daunting task right..
"priscilla" Discussed on Scam Goddess
"So mad. This even thing if feels like maybe this fake simon character which is weisenthal was getting more traction using the name blade on his random blockposts and maybe he got high on people just read his random shit and they weren't going to read it if he wasn't attached to this company right but also like. Why am i reading a blog from this company like like. I was giving cookbook. You know cookbooks recipes on a chef. Relax so this morning. I woke up and a bird chirping rap. Put out a little honey. Rose shut down to the witches. We don't tell me how to make this meatloaf and then when the hummingbird sat on my finger was realized. The world is all one me and my boyfriend recently split. How much tomato sauce literally. yeah. I just i mean. Maybe he was doing that. We play maybe he was like so. Yeah that helicopters in Now first let's talk about the president's job. No present is day. I'm like where's the helicopter. That order i just i feel like i bet you like companies like uber and lift it. They probably do have blogs. But it's who's actually reading these blogs. We've probably shouldn't be reading all right so they are very sneaky. Remember prompts wanting to strict every roddy. Insulin what did they trick. Everybody or willingly. Just walk into the meat grinder. No tricks people because when they were trying to get a guy bosh on it they had it in the app. And i believe this is it. No one twenty two that they wanted her. Yes on twenty two. I can't remember. I feel like i was yes on twenty two call and so prop twenty two. If you guys don't know was a prompt that was introduced to protect the gig economy. The people who drive for uber lift the when are treated like independent contractors. they're not afforded any health care. Not afforded any protection against you know liabilities on their job people injuring them. People assaulting them people harming their cars or their things And so basically what this would require. Is that uber was allowed to shell out some cash and actually take care of their employees so yes on twenty two because they wanted people to be defined as independent contractors so that they could wave a ton of liability. And if you don't know anything about uber honey is that they hate liability liability. Make me sick. our that's over. They don't they don't know liabilities. I mean even if you use the app you should know that they have protections to where if something happens to you in the uber. You're assaulted if anything happens. You have to go through private arbitration outwardly. Suber that's why you don't ever hear about uber's lawsuits because you have to go through private arbitration and they just pay people off and that's the reason why if you get an email this email. Brazil that uber randomly sent out the other day time. If your driver is no call nine one one girl your if your driver's drunk take the wheel. Will either you. Jesus because uber is not liable. Okay wow it's so but so incredibly fucked up. How like this whole new kind of like economy. That's cropped up since the internet like things like door dash and things like uber and the gig economy. It's just so fucked up how these companies can get away with so much bullshit because the laws in washington being made by literal dinosaurs have not caught up to the technology that these motherfuckers are using to use abusers and those dinosaurs are getting kickbacks from these. They're getting kicked base. So they're getting there is obviously. I feel like if you're a politician and you get to a certain amount of income. You should automatically not be able to do politics anymore because when you start having rich people mentalities you're not thinking the way that we need you to think in this country you know who made fun of for being a waitress and it's like brought. We need more waitresses enough in cognitively. Know how much more they know. How much toilet paper house. Bill calls on these oil tycoon. Fungus involved in government whatsoever. Please leave. I wish there was just like a bank account number that when you get to this point. The government's like ding ding ding. You actually have to leave. You gotta get the fuck out you son of a bitch. We ain't you now you can be in politics. If they're not the only fucking people in politics we do want a swath that represents the population and it does not represent the population all. Y'all got too much money. All y'all got way too much money to representing your home states. How you how you represent mississippi you a millionaire that don't make sense okay. Right and point about the persuasion thing was is that we open the uber app. At the time of voting. If you open uber east if you open uber it'll be like hey hetero uber we'd going issue a ride or whatever but also like vote. Yes on twenty two. Because if you don lubango shut down we will have no coins and remember to pick you up. Do you want that. You want to have to start drinking and driving again because we know you will. So yeah that's a fucking fat. Do you want a dui or do you want to on twenty two like it was manipulative. People do this kind of shape. So i i'm blade blade.
"priscilla" Discussed on Scam Goddess
"Like mental seem like something. That's not problematic morally bankrupt. He came out black. People had a worrying for free in the hot sun. Okay but he was a great president. He stole their teeth for his own. Teeth yes. his teeth weren't winning. They were from his enslaved captives. yes but he's a little. He's a nice guy guys come on. He was our first president. Chill out wow so look at and we have another blog post in front of us curious content. Okay so one. The thing that's disturbing me is like this is definitely what like twenty fifteen and i'm looking at a helicopter that looks like it's from nineteen sixteen and like the woman and the man then night fifties sixties kinda get ups and suits. Because you know. The girls used to wear a suit on the plane. They give the girls fashion on the planes very mad. Men is very mad. May which also tells me like. This man is a racist. I mean we already knew like when he was defeated george washington. He had three hundred. Slaves was still call washington birthday. Turn up for america like wait. What so now. We're looking at this very much. The good old days. Ask photo nose day not to mention. It's like one two three four five men in this photo and one woman who clearly is probably the one that's doing all the labor. Yeah she's holding a piece of paper and it doesn't look like she's getting on the helicopter. It looks like they're like oh jimmy buddy. Wrap up with their secretary slash lover and this shopper. Like this is muzar. So let's see it says this blog post due to circumstances partially in parentheses beyond our control the start of the twenty twenty one has been delayed so the okay so again one thousand nine hundred helicopter photo. He's often about twenty twenty. One has been delayed. Says the sixties really didn't end until nixon resigned in nineteen seventy-two what is with him and presidents when this seems like the soiling of an institution now feels like a graceful exit nixon's exit was not graceful. They got caught do a crime crime they deep throat him about this guy okay. This revisionist history okay. I'll nixon d. A lot of crimes office who the didn't really end until the challenger space shuttle trag- tragedy in nineteen eighty two. That's not how a year's work the seventies ended in seventy nine. Tell about i mean. I i guess what he's trying. I listen. I'm going to see where he's going with this. But i think what what he may be trying to say like you know how like like one decade bleeds into the beginning of another decade gas. Well let's see where he goes. Twenty twenty one for sure. Yeah okay says the eighties. Didn't end until bill clinton became president in nineteen ninety-three. What is that mean. The nineties didn't end until well into march two thousand when the stock market crash exposed. What was under the hood of web one point. Oh internet bubble. It happened to pets.com soft and half into dot com sock puppet. What about praising her. Simon what is going on and so this past week at the capitol. While i can't be certain so he's talking about the shit that went down to the capital. I'm pretty sure this is what rock bottom looks like. So i refuse except that twenty. Twenty one has actually begun at the very same time. Yorkers are quietly heading down to florida in droves to get vaccinated. Evidently all it takes is to be a member of a palm beach country. This i can't stand rambling ass shit. What is the point. I don't i mean again. I just eat a helicopter. Gas me to my son's bar mitzvah. Okay point eight point be nobody asked about how the years work for you or the decades or what are you rebelling about. That was all one post. Y'all are you confused as we are reading that. That was confusing. I'm sorry that. I don't know what simon is on. Let's figure it out. 'cause this is how he got caught in june business insider attempted to reach. I'm using a phone number published. His previously used to reach him. However this time chief of staff legal answered the phone. He said that he scheduled for simon. What which is why. He answered the phone. He had met simon in person. And that those. Simon is no longer with the company. He still occasionally freelanced as a spokesperson. I ain't never worked in a company where they were like. Okay you have to leave but you get representing us public league. What i'm still wh. What is happening. I just got slipped into the twilight zone. I'm so confused here. So if you guys are confused. Fyi business insider called chief of staff lee gold. And they say this was simon's number. Where simon as we would like to chit chat with him. Okay these weird ass blog posts in why we can't get a helicopter but we have to learn about nine hundred ninety three. We have questions and we'll simon has answers but we would like to attempt to get answers from him so then ligo picks up the phone and it's like oh okay so he don't work. You're not more bus. Sometimes he will freelance and be a spokesperson for. My name. Is leigh and i'm the chief of staff. Hello okay so is lee. Simon feeling like that's what is giving. We'll see because he's just you know i obviously personnel. At the time. I mean simon just had coffee. Actually he walked up. Go right ahead. You stop oh no here hear me anyway. Simon we're different people right. Yeah okay you heard it right now. Okay i never be all right you you earn it so. Gold continue to give insider odd answers ignore follow questions for interviews and blocked reporters number soon after receiving a variety of conflicting information company. Ceo robert weisenthal reached out to finally knowledge the persona of simon maclaurin. And tell them that. It was fake so.
"priscilla" Discussed on Scam Goddess
"Scams retired because we don't wanna what fuck up you. Bag amen amen. Today's leonard i need a name. Priscilla gender doesn't matter let's call them odysseus odysseus. Wow okay we're going back to the odyssey okay. I whether we're out down so odysseus says. I thought you should know about this scam. If you don't already they almost just got me on black when you say things like. They almost just got me. Oh they almost just got me you know when people running it and then they start ready to the anyway we also down like almost got us people who was they. Why are we ready. Who were they and how do they almost gets. I don't care. I just know i'm safe. I know that they almost did though almost wasn't safe. Almost just got me all right. This is in the past week. I've done a ton of online shopping. So the below text message was totally believable. Even though ups always leaves my packages at the door. So it's It's a text message that says from and it's it's like seven nine zero zero dash. Usps are ups rather than it says. Message three four three they put a bunch of extra shifts and make it look like it was automated. It's as we tried to deliver your parcels today parcel. That's a good word right right on board now but you weren't in or there was no safe place to leave it. How okay now. How does that ring you weren't in slash or there or there. It's just in space but you weren't in or there was no safe place to leave it so you weren't in or there was no safe place to leave it that those sound. That don't sound accurate. Sound acharya ed purcell. I know every league dead. I'm so mad that they like. I already had so many emotional roller coasters. I was on board with parcel and talking crazy within or and about and maybe come on now like it would just be like the delivery. I think they say it was not deliverable or like the currier could not contact sollozzo. Something very simple and be like your home and even if you were home. They're not like discounting to be like you weren't there or you. We couldn't find you like what they're not giving you all that extra work there like one here so we left right also says there was no safe place to leave he is like a lotta you start explaining and i mean how many times hong kong veterans have. We brought this up when people start over explaining. You got to know that they talking nonsense. It's like it's like when they're they're overly courteous in this like we thought maybe you might have in the shower or we heard the stove was on and we actually going to tell you where you know. You don't wanna ghastly but We didn't pay because the stove was explode. Pse and gbi act in. anyway. What i was saying. Ups s wherever come from right is doing too much is giving ally asked to be gave. You know.
"priscilla" Discussed on Scam Goddess
"Your wallet. Hey let's say these coins okay. Like a good neighbors state. Farm is a was popping congregation. Welcome back to another installment of scam. Guys i'm your host lacy mostly aka scam goddess and. I'm so what yes. i'm excited. I am really excited. If you guys have been scammed into getting such a premium the you are very much going to recognize this velvety smooth black artist voice. okay so guys concessions co-host one of my best friends super hilarious comedian and writer we have priscilla davies. Back on the pied back by popular demand. Extra literal demands. Y'all are so rude true. I get them do. I'm like i'm not in control of this. They the tiger gatien. I've given them too much power because now they have demands and i've acquiesced one too many times so now they're like no run us our ship in like post these photos like where are the photos. Where is the video of extra parks. This i'm like. Oh google is right there. You go put a grim okay my job. That's your job that i listened to for free. Give me my thing. i'm not mad at. i love the congregation. wait so priscilla. We talk about scandal. Time you're actually with me during the pablo scam. That i've talked about last week. I saw the post on and i love how every comment was like. Oh when you said. He was sweaty sweaty. Like is he wants the why. Why fixated on that now. We just saw light perspiration. they're like oh no. this is wet. How small jaw was drenched. If you listened to the. Chris gathered episode. Where we're talking about fake podcasts. Scammers and stuff like give it a listen just for the pablo in the beginning because pablo's an excellent scammer who scammed me. He's on water. He's in a mobile dinghy boat on water. I should've known that he was a fucking scammer missing mobile. That's like being on a moped. We've talked about this. This fool was working. Eighteen yachts at once his dingy. Okay just shooting back and forth while on the cell phone as well. You're not a fall while you're driving a dinky you know what sons the phone looked. Real dyke linking. Because he i mean he knew he was eighty five minutes late okay for all eighteen of his his meetings. That day like. Why did you organize eighteen events in one day pablo because the fourth of july pablo was like look. I gotta get it in where i fit in the end. Did once he put that pirate cap on. I was like oh. It's all making sense now. We got by pirate. A literal pirates of marina del rey jack sparrow wail and actually should be illegal for black people have any crime density of on water. Just be maritime law. Okay enough. we've had. We've been through enough. I'll come on now okay. So solo has anything. Have you had any scammy situations. The last time we talked you. Fill in the bath game other than being scammed with me together seven days ago. Let's see have i been. Oh yeah you know what you know. I went camping this weekend right. Yes it looks cute. Yeah it looks you but a bitch got scammed by the weather honey. It was one hundred thirteen. Goddamn degrees and yes. Like eight degrees. It was too many many. I was like i stop at two digits and and you know it was wild we get there and like literally almost died as we were setting up our camp because we should not have been doing at all like we had to take ships like sitting the car with ac and like going out in like opening one tent and then going back. It was so bad but outside of that like we had a when when we were able to cool down and get up in the water and stuff and do our little rafting trip we had. It was a fantastic time. But i'm not gonna lie. That weather scam the fuck outta me. I really thought i was going to be there like enjoying nature and just letting breeze hit me and all my body parts. But how'd you get to cool down if the sun has said no like you got to cool. We were walking distance from the river. So like i mean this was real negro shit okay like we won't river river go to the river. No no more doors like well. I mean you would be. Yeah that's also how. I got scammed because originally the trip was supposed to be was was pitched as a glam trip and then like after everybody agreed it was like oh just kidding. That site is occupied. So we're just gonna do regular old camping and you know i was down for. I hadn't i just. I didn't make didn't think it was going to be that hot. And i figured we're going to be by a river. We're going to be in like a wooded area baby. Our shit was just out in the sun. And that's it like it was so bad but we went down to the river to cool off once that happened. We just walked around soaking way and it was good and then the sun went down and it was still fucking hot but we made it work this so i'm not to go there. We were in kern. Tounsi sequoia national park the kern river which is like a really well known little like this acute moment. Y'all do go mid july so it's like why wasn't i thinking you know it's like i just. This is my first time camping. So i wouldn't have. You know i deferred to who. I saw experts. Who then as we were on the trip or like. Oh all know. We're not experts right scam. I'm sorry don't take me out. It's nobody's woods. If you're goddamn bear grylls okay. Jose me out into these woods. If you we we all learn together you all youtube figuring out how to put the tent up no no no now okay out. And by the way like oh. I also got scammed by my tent. That i bought on amazon. Because it's currently in my trunk. Still not quite folded properly because we all just gave up and we're like it's too hot. We're going to die and we have to get home. That's not amazon's fall. I mean you know. I don't ever want to defend q. Basis but. I don't know anything to do with that. That's true that's fair. I see jeff bezos here. I just want to play pool. I just want to punch the shit out of it but like from the back here. That like back clap sound. i'm at bald as head. Oh again god so guys. Let's go first segment. What's hot and fraud. That's where we warned our listeners. About popping scams that are in the zeitgeist or more often than not. We get a letter from you where you can snitch on your friends and family and even yourself just making your.
The Official BNI Podcast
"priscilla" Discussed on The Official BNI Podcast
"For two years. Where i had been talking about. You know i'm. I'm i'm chief visionary officer i've been talking about the vision of change. That's coming down. The pike and i think it was a little bit more palatable to many people they weren't quite a shocked because they knew the technology was was being developed. I think that's best examples. Yeah no that's a great example. So do you have any vision for the future here. I do think the technology thing is going to continue You know we've talked about holographic mixed reality technologies are coming along and i just saw an article recently about microsoft developing three d technology. Which is really unique. It's not holographic but it's like looking through a glass pane an an imagine on the other side of glass. You see somebody three dimensional. You can see them as though they are literally sitting three feet away from you. And that's technology that microsoft is working on right now and they're you know in a different country. They're in a different state. There you know many many miles away but it's like you're looking at them through a glass pane three-dimensional and so you can see their eyebrows. Raise easily you can see much of their body language it's literally like you're sitting in the same room. So i believe that this. This isn't the end of online. This is just the beginning of online technologies that will make it easier and easier for us to Connect with each other without having to be in person. Now that said. I do believe that through most of my lifetime. We're still going to want to do in person meetings to me. I am going to talk about this in a future. Podcast i believe blended meetings are the transition where we do a in person. Maybe who knows by the way. This isn't policy that. I'm about to tell you this is my. Yeah you my vision. I believe we're gonna see more blended. Maybe we meet him person once a month in online three times a month. And so you get this Both in person and online. And i still love in person. You know priscilla. We've met in person a couple of times and it just so much more powerful to meet in person yet you know through zoom more through a phone call and and so i think the combination is is really perfect for a transitional period Good well that's interesting. Well that's everything. I've got for today Priscilla thank you so much and if you love this idea. The cats on the roof has a change strategy. Talk about it here podcasts. I read every post at every message that gets posted. Okay great ivan. Thank you so much. That's such an interesting topic. This podcast is sponsored by meisner audio programs dot com. These audio programs will provide you with the tools and the inspiration to powerfully. Enhance your be an i experience and help you boost your business. So check out the great material available to you at meisner audio programs dot com and use the promo code ivan five. Oh for fifty percents off. All of the audio programs and all of the proceeds are going to the foundation. Thank you so much for listening this is priscilla rice and we look forward to having you join us again next week for another exciting episode of the official bni podcasts..
Olympian Priscilla Frederick-Loomis Faces Uncertain Future Due to COVID-19
"This is priscilla frederick loomis. She's a track and field athlete. A high jumper and she's training for the twenty twenty one olympic games allocated timer fifty nine seconds remain. I fixed my hair and roll back my shoulders. I look at the bar right foot left foot. Right foot left foot. What pursuance describing. This is all part of a training. she's visualizing the perfect hijo. It's a weird balance because you can't think because when you think you lose everything and then you've got to be patient because you're running into the sky it all kind of goes quiet and it's just you in your brain talking saying execute execute execute get a little bit faster. Get a little bit faster. Run into this guy. Does that kind of explain it. Does that help. I feel like i just saw you jump in. I started when i was a kid. And it's taken me on this journey to adulthood. I started when i was thirteen. I'm thirty two. it's a relationship. I've had i've grown. It's grown with me. It's been my partner in crime. It's my it's my out but like whole relationships this hit a rough patch in january twenty twenty one priscilla got infected with covid nineteen. She thought she recovered but when she started training again. Our body just wasn't the same am wearing a sports brought the poet. Because i was like i just need to like let my chest expand or something and it hurt. Get her like. I'd have to like hold my chest like i was a punch out me. This was long haul cove it. Priscilla's doctors wonder if she kept up her normal olympic training regiment. There could be permanent consequences.
All In with Chris Hayes
New Video Shows Fatal Arrest of Ronald Greene
"Forty. Nine year old. Ronald a black man living in monroe louisiana died in may twenty. Nineteen after a high-speed chase louisiana state troopers at first green's family says officers told them he died after crashing his car into a tree later. Louisiana state police released a brief statement saying that green had struggled with troopers and died on his way to the hospital for years. Police refused to release body camera footage from that night but now the associated press obtained some of that video and it is incredibly disturbing issues officers using a taser on green punching him in the face and using chokehold also dragging him while he's often on the ground tonight two years after his death. The state police just finally released all of the footage from that night. Nbc news correspondent. Priscilla thompson has been covering the story and she joins me now. Live from monroe louisiana with the latest. Priscilla was their lena that announcement from louisiana state police coming late today a reversal from what they were saying just yesterday. Which was that releasing this footage Would not be done until this. Investigation was complete however today they are saying now that the ap has dropped this second batch of videos. The videos that they have published are not the complete an entire amount of evidence and so that is why they have chosen to release this video in its entirety at this moment now nbc news is still reviewing that newly released video but what we did see from the second batch footage that was dropped by the associated press. Today is ronald grin on his stomach in handcuffs trying to prop himself and turn over on his side and officers commanding him to remain on his stomach one officer even using his foot to keep ronald green down
WBZ Midday News
NCAA Warns State Lawmakers Against Limiting Transgender Sports Participation
"Who want to place limits on transgender athletes have been put on notice here. CBS's Jim Priscilla, the NC double A board of governors has warned state lawmakers that putting limits on transgender athletes in sports could result in the loss of championship games and events. 30 states are considering legislation banning transgender girls from participating in sports consistent with their gender identity. The Republican governors of Mississippi, Arkansas and Tennessee have already signed such measures into law. It's 12
WBZ Morning News
NCAA Backs Transgender Athletes, Says Events Will Be in Places 'Free of Discrimination'
"Limits on transgender athletes have been put on notice. CBS News correspondent Jim Priscilla has more the NC double. A board of governors has warned state lawmakers that putting limits on transgender athletes and sports could result in the loss of championship games and events. 30 States are considering legislation banning transgender girls from participating in sports consistent with their gender identity. The Republican governors of Mississippi, Arkansas and Tennessee have signed such measures into law. How we doing on Wall
Kilmeade & Friends
Supreme Court Gives Georgia Win in Water War With Florida
"Has prevailed in a long running legal fight with a neighboring state. CBS's Jim Priscilla, has been following this story. The Supreme Court has ruled unanimously for Georgia in a drawn out legal fight with Florida over water. The court rejected Florida's claim that Georgia uses too much of the water. It flows from the Atlanta suburbs to the Gulf of Mexico, Florida claimed Georgia's over consumption of water is to blame for the decimation of the Sunshine State's oyster industry. The justices dismissed Florida's lawsuit, which had been before the court twice in the past three years.
The Grove Podcast
Abide And Remain With Priscilla Shirer
"Hey their passion. I'm so glad to be able to have an opportunity to be back with you. I have been waiting for the opportunity to be back with you and so despite the craziness of the circumstances that we are all in right now the fact that it has given opportunity for me to be back with you in this way feels like a gift. I'm excited about god's word to continue what it is that he's already been doing in your heart and in my heart and life. So why don't we pray and go to god's word together lord we thank you for this privilege that we have to know that you were speaking to us and that no matter where in the world we are right now we can hear your voice. So lord i pray that you would take this one little simple message and you were divided however many multiple thousands of different ways you need to so that every single person under the sound of my voice no matter what culture or or continent they may be on no matter what country lord i pray that every single one of us right now will know we have been in the presence of god in the mighty name of jesus i pray amen amen well for about ten years or so. My family and i lived in a fairly rural part of the dallas fort worth area. We planned it that way when our children were little. I've got giants now. My oldest is eighteen like six foot three inch tall than i've got a sixteen year old. He's about six foot two inches tall. And then i've got a twelve year old but he stands the exact same height as me. So i am being outgrown very quickly in my household and when they were younger we spent ten years living about ten minutes away from the city so we can get there quickly but we felt like we were worlds away. We would drive back to our home that was on a lazy little two lane road and we enjoyed it back there because you know there were things that three sons need in their lives like bugs and mud and trees and stuff like that
Atlanta's Morning News
Regular caffeine consumption affects brain structure
"Caffeine changes. Your brain research has found that regular caffeine consumption does not actually disrupt quality sleep, but it can alter the part of the brain connected to memory reporter Jim Priscilla says. Scientists find caffeine can reduce the brain's gray matter in the cortex. But if you cut off the caffeine, the effects temporary caffeine is the world's most
WBZ Midday News
2 men accused of posing as US marshals to get out of wearing masks at Miami area resort
"Lands to men in jail in South Florida, Two men are accused of pretending to be federal marshals and flashing phony credentials to get out of wearing facial coverings to the South Florida resort Hotel. The men aged 53 81 allegedly threatened to arrest workers of the Deerfield Beach Florida Hotel and half the facility find over the face mask running and CBS's Jim Priscilla says a real Marshall it was called by authorities ended up arresting the two men.
Janet Lansbury Podcast
Reparenting Ourselves to Break Intergenerational Cycles with Leslie Priscilla Arreola-Hillebrand
"So how do you help young parents or newer parents to understand their story and be able to change the cycle or change the pattern. That's a really good question. So i really had to step into accepting that i was going to get a lot of pushback because one of the huge values that we hold as the next people and i think you know other cultures as well obviously is this notion of respect and respecting our parents and i had some trouble acknowledging some of the harms that were done unto me as a child by having a very authoritarian mother who experienced mental illness who had a lot of trauma as a child and who projected a lot of that trump onto me and i had a really hard time acknowledging the fact that i was harmed as a child and it wasn't until i started going to therapy and really unpacking and thinking about myself as a young child and remembering those feelings and remembering those sensations that i had that i started to understand that it wasn't either or it wasn't either i blame my parents or a. He'll you know. I it could be both it could be. I could acknowledge the fact that they did the best that they could with the tools the resources with the models with the systemic supports that they had and i could also acknowledge the fact that i was harmed as a child but i experienced my own trauma and really honored that story and so understanding that it was hard for me to make that acknowledgment put me in a place where i understand where other let the next parents would find it difficult to make simone acknowledgments because it feels like. We're disrespecting our parents by making those acknowledgements and so i would have these experiences. Where would be working with. Spanish speaking grandparents in elementary schools. And i would got a lot of pushback even in person saying i'm not going to say that my parents did anything bad. You know they're telling me that their parents would have all these really harsh strategies for parenting them and yet they would say you. My parents did it. And i deserved it and that to me was really painful. Sometimes because i i thought time was and i still am very much child advocate and i don't believe that any child deserves any kind of violence but as i started listening to their stories i realized okay. If i'm going to really be clear and grounded and working with latino latina connects populations. I have to understand that this is something that we may have trouble with in making this acknowledgement and so in the work. That i do. We talk about those historical aspects. We talk about that. Systemic you know awareness of all the other things that are impacting our families and to me. One of the really important things to do is to hold those duality. he's right. Hold the duality that our parents did the best they could and it could have still been really harmful and now you know we're not moving into judgment of them. Were not moving into judgment of ourselves when we end up slipping and when we end up repeating those same patterns with our children in anger or frustration or helplessness. But really holding ourselves in compassion. I think for me. One of the most powerful tools has been to repair it myself and to guide others in repairing themselves and really thinking about ourselves as children and this idea of remembrance remembering those feelings though sensations goes experiences can put us in a place of compassion that then ripples outward towards our children and ripples outward towards our
Zuckerberg part of $100M ‘California Black Freedom Fund’
"Organizations and corporations have launched the California Black Freedom Fund. It is a five year $100 Million initiative that the group says will provide resource is too black lead organizations in the state aiming to eradicate systemic racism. 25 thunders include philanthropic groups of Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and his wife, Priscilla Chan. Philanthropist Lorien Powell Jobs as well as JP Morgan Chase. The group says the fund aims to address what they call the history of under investment in black lead organizations. Report
How's Your Heart?
Actor Parker Guidry on Coming Out as Gender Fluid
"You found that it was difficult dating when you when you came out with your identity. Luckily already have my beautiful partner ryan. I'm so i'm ultimately my my gender identity really came out When i was doing priscilla queen of the desert pricing plays. So i never had. I haven't had the experience of dating your say As gender fluid person. But i was very very nervous. Yeah i was like i. It took a lot for me to like sit royan down and be like hey. I think this is a thing like protective myself. Like it's might be a thing. I don't really know we're not really sure but i think maybe and roy and being the angel the angel that he is like yeah. I you know like you're still you and i still love you so like if this is who you are and like if there's a certain way you need me to address you anything like that just like let me know and i was like it wasn't i mean you know like and i think like coming out as a constant process you know absolutely so it was like that in the newest like took me. It took me a really long time to land on pronouns hand to me really long time to decide labels and things that are was just like it was a very long time of me going. I don't know what i am. But i don't think i'm sis and ryan was his famous book. Will you let me know that was a great president of them. Ruins incredible incredible. I'm are full. I credit a lot of like who. I am as like Like this strength. That i have as a person in the the like the bravery people people comment that i'm brave and honestly i had someone who was there to say i love you no matter what the whole time when i was coming out and so that to me is way more more of a testament to him You know like there are people who are just as out loud and proud as i am. Who didn't have someone saying. I love you behind them and i
NBC Nightly News
Voters turning out to vote in Georgia runnoff amid Trump phone call scandal
"Is the center of the political universe. Right now the most expensive race on the airwaves in senate history. Four hundred and eighty million dollar spent on advertising tomorrow. Both president trump and president-elect biden will hold competing rallies here the president's presence a wildcard trump suggested in that recorded phone. Call that if officials don't bend to his wishes his supporters won't turn out. You know the people of georgia know that this was a scam and because what does the president. A lot of people aren't going out to vote and priscilla's with us now so priscilla you said a wildcard. How are the president's allegations of fraud playing with republican voters there in georgia. Gop voters we've spoken to largely believe the president's unfounded claims of fraud but are still showing up to vote. The question is will enough of them.