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"sage" Discussed on Reverie True Crime
"Cities that surrounded these could be possible to of course they also say he could travelled further sow as sale of this and think eric or his remains could literally be anywhere at this point. Something that has not been mentioned much. Is the fight that sage into with that. Jamal smith guy at the party on the nineteenth and jamal did not have an alibi for the night of the twentieth. Reportedly he was upset about the fight and the fact that things ended up. How did well. The police can't interview jamal now because nobody knows where he is. There is a twenty thousand dollar reward that will go to anyone who gives information that will lead to where sage is so if you know worst stages body is or know who is involved in her disappearance that will lead to an arrest. You'll get that reward money. Sage smith is a black transgender female between five eight and five eleven one hundred and thirty pounds black hair and brown eyes. Sometimes she would wear her hair in braids. She has her ears and eyebrows pierced again. This is quite a description so cleese. Please check my social media accounts for her pictures. I did read that. Sage's mother latasha has some health issues. So yes i did check facebook. After following and liking the fund. Sage smith.
Fresh update on "sage" discussed on Reverie True Crime
"And did a more in depth search of dumpsters empty lots trash cans fields parking. Lots and even stop by a lot of stores to check their surveillance tapes. However g- there was no sign of sage on any of the surveillance footage on day. Four that sage had been missing. The police were investigating harris street and around the university that was day they found out about the suspected link between sage in eric mcfadden and a turn of events. Esther eric's girlfriend called the police on november twenty four and reported that her boyfriend eric might have been missing. She wasn't in town and she couldn't get in touch with him and she asked police to do a welfare check. After residents the police went to their apartment and no one was inside while looking around the apartment there wasn't much found except a cvs receipt from november twenty second. Eric went missing around the same time. Sage in he hadn't shown up for work in a few days and that's when the police went public about the suspected connection between eric mcfadden sage smith and how they went missing around the same time there were missing persons flyers placed on telephone poles store counters and community bulletin boards. Investigators eventually saw the footage at cvs of eric. And they believe after yami told eric about what was going on danes facebook post that he fled out of town after getting the phone records. This is the town one of the events on the twentieth five seventeen. Pm sages sent a text asking eric when he was leaving five twenty. Eric responded saying he had already left at the hampton in from five seventeen to five forty. The pair texted on and all at five forty pm stages left her apartment and made her way to downtown charlottesville. Six to eight pm. Eric texted sage asking where she was. Six twelve eric again inquired about sages whereabouts from six eighteen to six thirty seven. Eric texted sage numerous times but she was on a call with a friend and nobody is sure if she saw the messages from eric at six. Twenty seven. Eric was upset and texted sage again climbing that she had stood him up at six thirty. Five is when key erez sausage sage walking down fourth street northwest near the four hundred block of west main street at six forty. Sage walked westbound on west main street. Eric's girlfriend esther told the police on the twenty fifth that she started receiving thong calls and emails from eric. He said he was in washington. Dc and was in need of money. The police wanted to talk to him about sage. Eric was made aware of this by esther and she gave the police all of his contact information. Eric took it upon himself to call the police on november twenty seven. He said he was in new york now and he made it clear that why he was. There had nothing to do with sage being missing and talked a little about her and their relationship. Eric claimed that he ends age. Never met up and he had no idea where she was. Oddly enough eric quit corresponding with the police. Even hanging up on them once before they could even get an interview with him in person on the twenty ninth of november. Eric seem to have a change in his tune about talking to the police esther got in touch with the police and said eric was on his way back to charlottesville by buzz and wanted the police to pick him up by the next day. Eric did not want to do that and changed his mind. This was suspicious to the family because if he was innocent. Why would he not. Just come meet with the police. This made him look bad like he was definitely involved with whatever happened to say on the eighth day of sages disappearance. Investigators were back at it searching the woods along west main street. Then they widen the search to include areas around eric's apartment the first press conference the police and investigators held was on the twenty eight. They made it clear that this was not a criminal investigation. They did not have any proves that anything illegal had happened yet. On the thirtieth the police went and figured out when the dumpster behind eric's place was last taken out and where exactly they unload it. It had been taken to a landfill. That was outside of richmond about sixty miles away. Esther received an email from her boyfriend saying say had been blackmailing him for a while to keep their relationship under wraps or she tell esther everything. Eric changed his story and said he did meet what say that evening of the twentieth but he swore he had no idea where she was much she had quote a lot of enemies he even said a group of people even came up to them but he took off before anything went down with his story. Changing police did not know if he was being honest or not. If this did happen. Eric was obviously intimidated. Whoever this group of people were that came up to them at the end of the email he made an apology. Esther for hurting her and that he was going to be headed towards the mid west. Eric was last heard from if it was him in two thousand thirteen. He had sent esther in may of twenty thirteen an email that wasn't able to be traced at all. His family has not heard a word from him. Since twenty twelve there were warrants to search his computer emails social media and bank accounts and all of that led to a dead end. Eric mcfadden was twenty one years old when he was last seen on november. Twenty third twenty twelve and charlottesville. Virginia he is around six feet tall. One eighty to one ninety pounds with black hair and brown eyes. This is a pretty vague description. So please check my social media account for pictures of eric. Even though.
"sage" Discussed on Reverie True Crime
"Social butterfly insane. So enjoyable to be around in twenty eleven. Sage graduated high school being the first person in her family to do so. She quickly embarked on her new journey early. The next year foster care paid for sage to get herself an apartment she had to. Rooney's her best friends shakira and her other friend aubrey carson. They all moved in in march of twenty twelve. On harris street their walls were paint and they called their apartment. The dollhouse mentioned where they would often throw the hottest parties around stay at a job at a hair salon. Reportedly sweeping up hair to make some money while she was attending cosmetology school because her dream was to become a professional hairdresser. She was also braiding. People's hair on the side at her apartment as well. Sage went through a lot of hardships as a chow and was trying hard to make ends meet now with college and the apartment but like most of us after high school. She started to really spread her wayne's she was bright talented an exuberant. She knew what she wanted and she was determined to achieve those goals with hard work also came hard playing on the weekends. For the girls at tom's yes they would hook up with people having a fun time. They were super protective of each other and made sure to off check on each other during the night to make sure they were all okay. They had a really good buddy system. They really had each other's bags as shaquir was remembering one time as she talked to journalists m eisenberg that a college professor from university of virginia had invited her to come over. One night the professor left the room and shakira was by herself but she heard a little knock on the window. There was sage in the bushes watching to make sure her friend was okay and she wanted secure to know that she was there and had her that spring and summer came and went and now fall was upon them on november nineteenth. Twenty twelve girls planned a party at their place because it was shakira's nineteenth birthday and there had to be a celebration there ended up being a disruption of the good time one son female crashed the party wanting to fight one of sages friends over a guy. Ladies let's not fight over guys it's not worth it. Unfortunately this fight moved outside and sage jumped in. She was scrapping with someone. She knew named jamal smith. Someone called the police and they were on the scene around eleven. Twenty that night jimmy. I told the cops that say damaged his car and filed a report. Luckily no one was taken to jail and the cops. Just left there was a small tiff between shakira and sage. Because sage was a little upset that shakira didn't try to defuse the situation or help her in the fight. Shakira ended up getting in touch with some friends of hers. That lived in norfolk virginia. She asked him to come get her integral to the coast for a while and they did so on the morning of the twentieth that morning sage decided to call up her father since it was the anniversary of him getting out of jail and she commended him for that. I think that was very thoughtful. It's the little things like that. That people sometimes need to remind him of where they've been how they don't want to get back into a situation like that. Tell them how well they're doing. And how you're proud of damn. Her family was celebrating. Thanksgiving the next day and sage was pumped to travel to louisa county. She was going to surprise her stepsisters. Who lived with her mother latasha and her new house that she was also very enthusiastic about seeing during the day latasha trod calling and texting sage. But she never replied however she was pretty busy that day and had a lot on her mind. I'm sure about her upcoming evening. Around five that afternoon sage was getting all dressed up for a date around forty minutes later. She went to all room and she said she was leaving and she'd be back later. Sages stepsister kierra. Morgan was sure that she saw sage that evening at six thirty on main street by the intersection of west main street and fourth street northwest on her phone. While kierra was going to the bus stop. She thinks that she even heard sage. Say i'll be there in five minutes. Aubrey woke up later that night around eight. Pm thinking that sage should have been home but the apartment was completely dark and sage. Wasn't there on the twenty first. No one could locate sage. Everyone was wringing her cell phone. But all the calls went straight to voicemail and no texts were being replied to. Aubrey decided to call sage's grandmother cookie telling her what was going on cooking. Knew right away that something was wrong but she told aubrey maybe not to freak out just yet give it until ten that night and if she had not been seen or heard from then report her missing. Sage was immediately reported as a missing person the next day since no one had heard a word from her. The charlottesville police department started their investigation into the matter on november. Twenty second they count mainstreet street hair street and around the university of virginia college. There were no signs of sage anywhere. Sages father dean let.
"sage" Discussed on Reverie True Crime
"And dane. Smith gave birth to a baby. Boy named to shod quinn. Smith who later was transitioning into who they truly were a beautiful girl. Going by the name of sage smith from this point forward i will be saying her and calling her sage. Not long after. Sage was born latasha. Dane parted ways. Dean also got caught with drugs and was hauled off to jail. When he got out of jail he and sage did eventually become close. Both of sages parents did get married to other people which provided sage with a rather big extended family. She had many step siblings. Her father's mother to smith who went by cookie practically raised sage and they became so close with each other. Sages grandmother lived in garrett square charlottesville. Virginia where she took care of say each until they moved. When sage was twelve years old this was due to an iron fence that was put in place at the apartments which gave the feel of prison and cookie did not like it one. Bit the to move to five. Feel and sage mench shakira washington. She lived only a few doors down and they hit it off becoming best friends. Sage was taken back to her mother around twelve or thirteen years old. But it wasn't long. After latasha took say jan that she was found to be an unfit mother with the home environment. Not being stable either. Sage was put into the foster care system. When sage hit puberty she started to realize that she felt like a girl. Trapped in a boy's body identifying as gay at first but then eventually she realized she identified as transgender sage was embracing every bit of it and she was comfortable with herself in every way but of course there were the typical asshole who would constantly harass and terrorized her and her friends. When what sage identifies as has absolutely nothing to do with anyone else. Sage never went home without someone. She knew walking with her because she was aware of the dangers of being caught by herself. Her family was not surprised that she identified as transgender because they believed at a young age. That sage was possibly gay and they were basically waiting on her to come out of her shell enough to tell them herself. Her grandmother cookie told journalists. Emma eisenberg during an interview for splinter. That schumer called sage coming out to her quote and she said grandma. I'm gay and i said you aren't telling me anything. I don't already know and quote stages. Father dane did kind of struggle with accepting his daughter sexuality to the point of even telling her that he didn't want to communicate with her. You more which was hard for sage to deal with. She was disappointed and hurt. She wasn't the only one that was upset by danger action. A lot of people in the family were as well after dean was reminded by his youngest son that he had told all of his children to be genuinely happy with themselves. No matter what it struck a chord with him he did get back in touch with sage. Although i'm not quite sure how their relationship was after he got in contact with her. I really hope everything worked out. Okay with the two of them.
Larry Elder Was Victim of Hate Crime But Woke Nation Won't Admit It
"Welcome back to the mike gallagher. Show the one. And only sage. Himself larry elder. I would have liked to have called governor elder. Maybe we'll just call you governor l. elder ceremonially for the rest of your life. Well michael thank you so much for having me and thank you for your help in my raise your contribution. You probably supported me more at least financially than i think anybody anybody else in our other. Five thousand dollars five thousand dollar contribution. I wanted him and i wish i could have done more but you know i got bills to pay but larry we were so proud of you and so excited and no matter the outcome you still. You still left quite a mark didn't you. I sure did. I was going to say other than senior management. They made substantial contributions. Good regarding regarding might be back in the saddle. My mom grew up on a farm. And i spent probably all my summers when i was a kid on my parents or my grandparents farm. So i'm not all that far from us from getting back on the saddle and the other thing. I wanted to say a lot of people. Michael are referring to the woman who through the egged me as a white woman wearing a gorilla mask. I got a couple of things first of all. How do we know it was a mask. How just having a bad hair day. I mean can she. She needed a little little rouge. They're frightened things up and she was a little slow that day of the front of the makeup. They're sounding. i just won't want to raise the question. We don't really know if we don't really know if she was having a bad hair day. So i mean honestly all kidding aside was she charged larry. They couldn't even find her in. Michael had this happened to rock obama or say commonly harris. They would call it a hate crime. The media would have taken it very seriously much of the media. Scoffed editor even laughed at. It would have been an international manhunt on
Boris Epshteyn on the Woman in a Gorilla Mask Attacking Larry Elder
"Look full disclosure. He's a colleague of mine at salem. Radio host larry elder the sage of south central. He is running to replace gavin. And just this shocking video. That msnbc the mainstream media cnn just really isn't interested in what would what would happen if the if the roles were reversed and they white republican in gorilla mask tried to attack a black democrat candidate for anything. Boris the Attacks on larry elder have been so outside the lines have been so despicable but they underscore exactly what democrats are. They're power hungry sebastian. They are racist that. Let's be honest. We know from alana mall rasheed. Leave their antisemitic they will. They will not back off any offensive thing that they can do in order to gain or keep power and that's what's happening and california. That's what's happening to other and it's really terrible to say but this truly is the most the rank form of racism and the fact that the media doesn't care bar is expected. That's what it is that today's media is of course they don't care when when it's republicans who are offended. They don't care they all four women politicians but then with governor palin. They did nothing but viciously attack her and they're doing the city they prefer tend to to be you know above race or posed ratio or not racist than and accepting everybody but of course they attack larry elder and use these racist to do and of course again they use that semitic tropes than an actual anti-semitism to to attack israel to attack jews. So this goes back to the obvious thing about the democrat party if you look at their history through the kkk. Through through jim crow through the south in the sixties and seventies of the past century the democrat party has been the one that has been anti semitic. That's been blatantly racist and has been the one that is disenfranchising america's all across the country. Republican party is the party of inclusivity is the party of opportunity is the party of chance. And that's exactly what the maximum is all about under the leadership of president trump.
A Year on From a Stolen Election, Alexander Lukashenko Remains in Power
"In august twenty twenty protesters took to the streets in belarus following a presidential election. There that almost no one trusted but more than a year after that the man often referred to as europe's last dictator alexander lukashenko remains in power and opposition leaders fed lonard seek sky is still in exile in lithuania with top officials in her political party sentenced to prison just yesterday. Even though observers say seeking of sky was the rightful winner of that election. So where do things stand now. And how are christians faring. World's european correspondent jenny lynn schmidt reports in the years since protests filled. The streets of many belarussians watched in dismay as the nation's troubles faded from the international spotlight. That changed in may when alexander lukashenko forced a flight from greece to lithuania to land in belarus authorities boarded. The plane arrested opposition journalist. Remind pro to save sage and his girlfriend sofia so paige and threw them in jail. The european union and the united states quickly imposed sanctions lukashenko retaliated by releasing migrants across the border into the eu. Hannah luebbe cova is a journalist from minsk and a fellow with the atlantic council. The regime came up with this idea to bring migrants from iraq or other countries to belarus. And then help them to cross the border authorities. Lithuanian poland have reported seeing belarussian guards. Forcefully push migrants into their countries last week. Poland declared a state of emergency for two provinces as more than thirty. Two hundred migrants tried to cross from belarus illegally. Well of course it was revenge from look. Shane pick you wanted to. This is the situation. You wanted to artificially create a crisis on the border with boroughs. But luke says that means western sanctions are working. Lukashenko's recent release. A few political prisoners is another sign. Baluba cova says the sanctions have loopholes. That be closed
"sage" Discussed on Six Degrees of WTF
"So three days later, Esther came to the police station after receiving an email from Eric, describing the night sage went missing. Remember that he told investigators that he never saw her that night. Well, according to the email, he and sage did in fact meet up that night. And they were walking down the street when they were approached by a group of people. Eric walked away before anything happened because he knew sage had quite a few enemies. He also said sage had been blackmailing him for money, saying that she would tell us her about their secret relationship. So that's why he was paying her. He also said that he was heading to the Midwest, and he was sorry for hurting Esther. I'm out, sorry. So, of course, at this point, Eric shoots to the top of the list. Right. Warrants were obtained to search his computer, his email accounts, social media, everything, but nothing was uncovered. There was nothing out of the ordinary. Police searched through sage's social media accounts, which showed nothing after she disappeared. They did learn that many of her previous partners were not out and proud. According to one friend sage dated a man whose girlfriend found out about her through emails and he blamed sage for that. He attacked her one night while she was walking home. Charges were pressed. It was later confirmed that he had no involvement in sage's disappearance since he was incarcerated at the time. On December 3rd, the family made a public statement where they questioned the city's response to sage's disappearance, saying that it had not gotten the attention it deserved. That same day Aubrey was discovered Aubrey the roommate was discovered using sage's food stamp card at a local convenience store. When questioned, she told investigators that the three roommates would often share their possessions, and she was getting food for the apartment, you know. So, of course, this led to suspicion around Aubrey because the police weren't able to totally confirm her alibi for November 20th. Now, speaking as someone who has had roommates, I don't find that suspicious at all. No. Because I mean, honestly, when you're living together, when it comes to food and cleaning supplies and shared expenses, like you pay or I pay someone's paying. So anyway, they thought that it was a little suspicious that she was doing it so quickly after she was missing. The first main area of searching, of course, was Main Street in Eric's apartment. And one of the cadaver dogs, they brought them out, and one of them gave a slight indication that it had picked up sage's scent. But it didn't lead anywhere. And this could be from anything with cadaver dogs. They are looking for a multitude of things. And when they show slight interest, that's not a full on oh God, there was a dead body here. Right. That is, I think there may be some kind of odor here and it's not necessarily anything big. The second search was of a sediment pond, and it turned up empty. The third search was the landfill in henrico county where.
"sage" Discussed on Six Degrees of WTF
"Dean posted the number on Facebook and was soon contacted by someone named yami Ortiz, who told him that the number belonged to a man named Eric mcfadden. So according to yami, sage and Eric had been dating. Eric was not out about his sexuality. Yummy said that he and Eric used to, they'd exchange texts and emails and stuff. They had metal multiple occasions, but that out of the blue, Eric messaged him on November 21st and asked him to delete his contact info from his bone. It seemed weird, but Eric didn't or yummy did it and didn't think much of it. Sage and Eric had met online most likely through one of sage's casual encounter casual encounter ads on Craigslist. And they had been texting and calling each other for weeks. Eric was in a relationship with a woman at the time named Esther and he paid sage money to keep their relationship a secret. We don't know if this was money and exchange for services or if this was money. Yeah, we don't know what it was. But we know he paid her. Yummy provided dean with a picture of Eric, which he later shared on Facebook. And he didn't share this information with the authorities because he was worried that they would shut down their investigation. So on November 23rd, yummy got in touch with Eric and told him what was going on. Meanwhile, officers conducted a grid search of Main Street and the surrounding area, they checked open lots, trash cans, fields, parking lots, dumpsters, everything, they asked local businesses for surveillance footage. Unfortunately nothing had been captured. On November 24th, police conducted a search of Harris street and around the University of Virginia. That same day they learned about the connection between sage and Eric. After Eric's girlfriend Esther called them and asked them to do a well check on her boyfriend. They went by his apartment, but no one was home, and they left. Later that day, yummy visited the police and told them about Eric, their relationship, dean's Facebook posts, everything. So now everyone's on the same page. Police contacted Eric's work, they found out that he had not been there the past three days. Police went public about this information, and they put up posters of both Eric and sage's images and descriptions all over the place. Ester consented to the police searching the apartment she shared with Eric. They hope to find fingerprints, DNA, blood, any evidence that sage had been there. The only thing they were able to recover was receipt from CVS, which showed that he made a purchase on November 22nd. They got surveillance by the store, and they were able to confirm that he was there. Investigators thought he may have skipped town after dean outed him on Facebook. So during all of this, the family held numerous vigils to raise awareness about the case..
Radio Host Larry Elder Leads a Teeming GOP Field in Newson Recall Bid
"If californians get. Wow what what. A shock wave. That would be throughout america. If larry elder the sage of south of south central the great elderski a likable smart conservative radio host wound up being the next governor of california. What what a story that would be. There's gavin newsom inside. The french laundry in elite exclusive restaurant in the thick of the pandemic now mash for him. There's governor murphy.
U.S. Surgeon General Murthy Says Parents Should Wear Masks Around Their Kids
"Here's what I'm talking about. This would fall under the things said by Imbeciles, Alex for 1000. This kind of spurred that questions? I heard this. This is from our side. I know. What's our Conor? Surgeon general in name? Only, Um he's a clown. This guy is just embarrassed himself. He clowned themselves. He's not acting as a medical professional. He's not acting as some, you know, sage public figure to give you a really profound great advice. Help you save your life from coronavirus or whatever The guy's just acting like a clown like Bozo, you know, like Bozo the clown, right? That's what he's doing. He's doing bozo stuff. So, he says. Things that would be associated with an imbecile would say, And here's some evidence of that queue up. Cut one about 20. Seconds on. Here's our siga, no surgeon general in name only Vivek Murthy trying to scare the hell out of everyone in Americans suggesting ridiculously, which I'm sure everybody laughed at him when he said this that parents should wear masks around their kids and outside now to even if you're vaccinated, check this out. For example, if you happen to have a lot of interaction but post for unvaccinated, let's say your parent like me, who is young Children at home. We're not back standard. That's a circumstance where being extra cautious and wearing that mask, Even if you're fully vaccinated. We're going to bring it out outside when you're an indoor public locations is an extra step to protecting those at home. Oh, my gosh.
IndyCar Driver Sage Karam to Make NASCAR Debut at Indianapolis
"Karam is set to make his NASCAR debut in next month's Xfinity series race at the Indianapolis Road Course. Karen will be driving the number 31 Chevy for Jordan Anderson Racing, Woody Kane had a chance to catch up with sage following the recent announcement. You may know him from the IndyCar ranks, but he's also done just a little bit of everything, it seems erasing I racing. Low control cars, dirt bikes, the N C car series the Rolex 24 You name it, but sage. Now you're going to go racing the Xfinity series. Are you just trying to check off all the items from the bucket list or what? Yeah. You know, I think as a race car driver, it's really good to you know, get in as much stuff as you possibly Can. You learn more and more with everything Get to drive. So this is just something for me to to get a good good triad, and hopefully it's something that leads to something else down the road. I've always said that I really wanted to get an X An Xfinity car. Um, I just really never knew how to Get about that. Like, who? To contact and stuff like that. But, you know, we had a really good run at the end of 500 this year, getting seventh and I think that opened up some doors. And, you know, I'm really excited to, uh To be on board with Jordan Anderson Racing in the number 31 Montage Mountain Chevy Camaro, So I think it's going to be a lot of fun going to one of my favorite tracks that you know the Indianapolis Motor Speedway on the road course this time, so I'm looking forward to it. Two top
Tao Te Ching, Lao Tzu, Book Review
"I had for you the book the dow de ching by loud z and actually have two versions of this. There is the first translated by stephen mitchell and then another one which is by dc. lau before. I talk about why read translations go to chat about the dow de ching itself and the author lousy. This was supposedly written or at least created somewhere between six hundred to two hundred bc. And there's two versions of who it is and what this is. There is the more traditional version which it was written by one person lousy and that he was a contemporary of confucius this place at the back in time closer to the six hundred to four hundred bc. There's some mythical stories on the origin of him saying he existed two hundred years like he was a some semi multiple type of person. And then there's the more modern version which is scholars looking at saying We're not exactly sure that this was written by solely one person and the name themself loud z. Can actually be translated to something like the elderly. The old man the sage and so they think it was more written after the time of confucius almost as a backlash to it not a backlash in the sense of the essential shrunk z. But more of something that came afterwards and then it could have been written by many people and has just one person as the traditional rider such as harm in the grape myths and this was more a bunch of things put together. And it's not exactly certain that it's like one person ridden at one time. The dow de ching itself is translated. Something like the way of integrity or the text on the path of virtue. Something like that. And this is one of the fundamental texts of taoism and it was the first and probably the most well known as well and so therefore lousy is the most northern of the towel west masses or the towers sages. this is written in the style of eighty-one versus and each verse has somewhere between four to thirty lines. Most of them hovering her inbetween that sort of eight to sixteen period.
Should I Take a Job Just for the Salary Increase?
"How you doing first time caller. You got a question for you about Career okay so effectively and in I'm i'm gonna roll the business analyst. I'm trying to exit this career field and become a financial adviser. I just find that. That's what gives me the most Dopamine sages in life is helping people with their finances That be that being said. The baby step two We're down from about one hundred thousand to forty pounds in new meaning. Got it to go and we just recently had a baby so our income has been cut just nine income at about sixty thousand. But that being said i Had reached out to me with an opportunity. it's again of business analyst for about one hundred them I just wonder you know if i should take it. Even though i'm trying to exit this arena You know to get that increase in in pay be debt free in a year flat and then move on with my career aspirations or if i should not be pursuing something that is not in line with my one premium this So so if you move to a financial adviser what do you make you know I think it largely determined largely determined by the The commission that i'd be able to can i think starting out from what i've seen. It can range from sixty on through. I mean you're radically. Sky's the limit i mean. If you're just gonna be you know just just a total superstar and can quite a bit So i you know. I think starting out at maybe comparable to me now it comparible except that it has upside based on your performance. And it's and it's doing what you love idea. Yes go do that right so you would not take the. Don't do that in my hundred. Sixty sixty downside if you go do that and you make seventy or eighty versus taking one hundred and then you turn around and walk back out on those people who are you a year later. That's kinda why. I'm going to tell you that
"sage" Discussed on The Ladies of Strange
"Will i remember what came after that but not win i started. How many times have you readdress park. Oh this is the first time. Oh really yeah. I haven't read it before it was good. I liked it very good. I will not see the movie re read list. Yeah that movie was one of those movies that gave me recurring. Nightmares is still have recurring nightmares. From that day. Movie will not see the movie. buca fantastic. Well then i send you the link that hagrid sent to me that is jurassic park. But all of the dinosaurs are replaced by peewee. Herman oh my gosh worse worst. It's not good. That's worse moving on from that nightmare after finishing drastic park. I started the crazy. Rich asians series. Ooh how's that so there's three books it's crazy. Rich asians china rich girlfriend and then rich people problems was off pretty good and hate when that happens kids like i saw things i liked about it. I really liked that. You continued following the same characters but by the time he got to the third book. You're just kind of like. Why are we still following the same characters. So i finished those and then closed the third book and looked up and realized. I'm in the middle of moving. All my books are so for like the last half of med didn't have any reading done care. You were very busy four three. I think technically 'cause drastic park was definitely april thing. Okay but still impressive. But i started another one. I started fire by stephen king. 'cause i collect stephen king books. Of course she does And then the most ironic thing happened. Today do do tell. My mom came to visit the new house. Because i moved and she handed something to me. She's like so. I'm giving you this. And i hope that's okay because i ended up getting a new one. I am now the owner of a paper white. Oh it's a kindle paper way mazing and you. And i was like. Oh thanks mom and you and i have had conversations about how i do kindle on my phone in you on it. An actual like e reader. You didn't want to it on your phone i wanted. I wanted an ear either. I just can't get past the irony that the day that the challenge finishes one is when the university hugh hands me one like okay. Well i am so excited for you okay. Same to nobody's yeah. I think since the challenge was books. I think you've actually done a lot more than either. One of us have rebecca. Because you packed up all your books and i would say unto hacked but our friends our sweet little pixie friend unpacked them. So maybe rearrange them once we left. But i have not rearranged them just. Because i plan on making book shelves so like organizing them right now doesn't really make sense. Does not compute by brain. Little pixie friend. She's a pixie. I love that. Yes so yeah. You've touched everyone of your books this month. I mean including my book on statics. Which is it fiction sectional now. That one of the ones we put in the closet. No shame on us statics. We should try not to think you're real whenever we were unpacking her books. And just hit it. Who be fair me and you and pixie for an unpacked. All of her books. And i never saw static spoke so oh on my shelf. I didn't see it. I never saw it. Like sasquatch doesn't exist. I haven't seen it fast. Gotcha exists i believe..
"sage" Discussed on The Ladies of Strange
"Let's get started. Yeah let's get started. I'm not sure why that just popped in my head. You said three to one and that popped in my head. Even though i don't even think they say three to one in that song but it's fine have sage in tales happy june. Oh yeah that happy happy. Happy day after rebecca's birthday everybody goes spam the social media until rebecca happen. Where it they please noughts issue birthday. It was your birthday. We had fun. We did something painting so we'll see when the time comes just not. That's also fine okay. I mean it's your birthday. Whatever i turned off my camera but oh wink that'd be awkward if your wings actually made sounds oh man. I would probably wink much more often. Like i am flirting with you. Ding ding ding. Ding ding flirting. So much fun yeah right. Would it be sneaky with their friends or their sibling. They're trying to get each other all the sudden they're like your mom. We cleaned our room wing thing. We never fails. We didn't get in trouble going growing up. It's fine. I was always been so but anyway how are your before. Wants of books is stuff well before we do that. We have a couple announcements announcement for so first off. After much deliberation we are going to shut down the patriotic. But don't worry l. the lovely audiophiles future. Don't hate me for this. I will figure out a way to make those available on the website. So it's not like they're going away you'll still be able to listen to them just not through patriot on flash. We will probably slowly release them on the regular feed as we need some filler going into the holidays or whatever the case may be we might sprinkle some of those in no. We've never done that. And once we start returning and in person again we'll be funnier more news also. After much consideration we started at a discord links in the bio. Come join us. Make sure to say hi and it complement tiffany. There is a channel dedicated to just activity so other activity in that channel is heavily frowned upon just that specific channel..
Upheaval: The Journey of Menachem Begin With Director Jonathan Gruber
"Jonathan gruber a warm. Welcome to johnny gould's jewish state. Hey johnny thanks for having. I've been looking forward to this interview for some time and indeed i've been waiting for a movie like this for what i'm unashamedly proud to say is my favorite israeli of the modern era. This was a man with a massive heart and for those of us who appear to understand him a little bit more a bit more gracious in their memory of him. I don't think he's quite as controversial or indeed as contradictory as people say interesting. I think he is pretty complex. The i i don't think he's one side or the other i think that's you know like most people they have different opinions on different Different topics he just happened to be in charge of lots of things and i found a tremendous amount about that. I never learned before. I own web Very young during the ad the peace accords egypt and understand his history in sort of the scope. Israel's history and even going back to world war two was was fascinating. Let's go back to belarus because he talked about his upbringing. His father was very learned. Torah scholar and his mom was the best mom in the world like older that jewish mothers. And that's kind of what chills me in a way jonathan because here we are in washington. Dc and in london living. What looked like a very similar life and then an absolute disaster prevailed for him sheild started jewish or hebrew. Education are very devoted parents. Our father was a very educated man. Mainly sage in judaism and mother was as any sun can save perhaps the best in the world it sounded to me that there was prevailing antisemitism. Grow out so he might have had a lovely family life. Things were not so great at school in the film talks about anti semites that would fight stick up for themselves so there certainly were issues than and sad to say. There are issues In in the uk in the united states anti semitism
How to Make Money on Airbnb Without Owning Property
"Have john in julian joining us today. And we're going to get to hear both of their back before we dive into some real detail about airbnb awesomeness and let's start with john and john. Why exactly did you quit buying real estate instead. Billy business without owning property. What's the deal with that. Well it down to a couple of very important things where let's talk about cash flow and just being able to generate that cash. Well of course you know the old way to go in and buy multifamily and you know rented out in possibly make four to five hundred dollars a door if you're lucky and go about it that way while i found something Short term rentals specifically. That allowed me to go out and still do the same thing with the same property. But i can also accelerated by going out and still renting other people's properties in then calling in somewhere around fifteen hundred two thousand dollars a door out for that same apartment and then i would have great tenants right. I'm not looking at those tenants. That are just gonna kinda mess up the place and they're not their long term. The place stays absolutely great. It was the best thing that i found in. i could. I connect what. I would do it flipping a home if i had forty thousand dollars. Let's just say that was four units for units Four thousand dollars generated a month. I couldn't do that with a regular multifamily or rents or anything that way. This willing to stop fire
Easily Build Advanced Similarity Search With the Pinecone Vector Database
"High of the pharmacy. So i did my undergraduate in physics. I thought i wanted to be a physicist and i do computer sciences and minor because i know anything about computers and i felt i'd be a pretty bad physicist if i didn't know how to code and oversee long story short. I fell in love with the computer science aspect of it. A of fell out of love with physics might phd with a focus on machine learning and and really heinisch michelle geometry functionality. Switch ends up being a very good foundation for machine learning might post stock in apply. The also opened a company that did realtime video search and then joined yahoo. Actually at yahoo was the first time was actually exposed to huge amounts of data like yahoo mail at the time was already like pretty massive so doing that skate was already kind of the first moment that you know there is a set of challenges out there that is beyond what our systems are able to do today. And it's been like that ever since spent Indian managing yacht was research lab Moving to eight years to build an organization called eight abuse. Tony i which is actually part of the bs building solutions like sage maker and others. Yeah in two years ago. Building you know moved into started pinecone so inconvenient neuron machining systems. Wine tie
Palace Pier Wins Lockinge Stakes
"So we'll start with the ashikaga lockinge stakes. The running order has kind of at the window but not entirely palace pier super canes compound spear a really wants to take them on. It's nothing against the worst. I just thought. I don't really want to be backing an odds-on shot for the luggage. That look to the side by. Frankie dettori will live long in my memory. My god kate as cheeky. Frankie dettori his been in the past. You haven't even hit the two furlong pole yet and you're looking around for though play fernandez and you go. Oh you're in trouble by. It was just brilliant was to do that to have that luxury in route. One is quite ridiculous today that especially molest favorable possibly trump as well as it proved to be the case. Newberry past he really just easier Without a seat. Many guessing. Tim this season of remote elastic really testing conditions. Again towards the back end of the season then you'd have to fund sea smokes basilica against seven water cash that would be provided vacate that whole saas model But that remains to be seen admiral touch on him. It fits but in times of this win. How good policy was it was just interesting. That he didn't get away quickly from sues. We know he's a laid back character. And that may be being powered when exiting the sues. But then eventually sex within into stripes with rare being tracked the hallway by local fernandez. Frankie switched him as a sage was less favorable. Possibly track but of any hazardous For him to get his challenge. I'm ready to get rolling. Because he still does need shakeup they slots but the further. He goes better. He gets an as say when. Frankie was looking for ryan more than it was just quite something
Sage Calls Emergency Meeting Over Rapid Spread of Indian Variant
"Who we begin today's program here in the united kingdom where leading scientists are holding an emergency meeting in a bid to tackle a surge of the highly transmissible indian covid nineteen variant comes as prime minister. Boris johnson warns that new strains of virus could cause even greater suffering next winter. Then the lost if they're allowed to take hold well. Let's get the latest on this with monica health and science correspondent dr chris smith. Chris is a consultant for logistic cambridge university. Good often not always great to have you on the program Just about this Indian variant and the specific threat that we are beginning to understand. It might post. Initially we thought there was just one variant and it got dubbed. Be one six one seven and it's been documented for a few months in fact since last year but then we realized that in fact there are multiple subtypes of this variant. So they're now get designated as a subtype one subtype two subtype three and the one. We're most concerned is the subtype to and in this country in the uk depending on who you talk to and how the data compiled more than a thousand cases or about five hundred cases now. That's because some analyses do include returning travellers that have been picked up and then isolated others are therefore including Everybody so depends on which of those metrics you use. The one to be most concerned about is what is happening in the community because what we are concerned about with any kind of variant of the corona virus including this one now dubbed by the who as a variant of concern meaning it has destructive or disruptive potential
"sage" Discussed on The Ladies of Strange
"It was thought it was very sweet But i haven't touched it much in the last like five years so i pulled it out and charged it up and i've got a couple of books on there and i'm excited. Yeah absolutely i will say. I prefer to have a physical book because i love the smell of it. I lived the feel of it. There's something about turning the page hearing that sound and all that. It's my favorite but read more when i'm reading on my phone because it's there it's pocket. I don't have to go to the store and get books right so you just go to the store. Every time you need to read. I used to know how to wash. We could talk about this next month. Yeah sorry but you have books so hit us up with any book recommendations. Or if you're an author let us know. Ooh like if you're a friend. Ck who is going to have a book out in a bit. You know let us know. Let us know let us know. Give us stuff to reheat. Not your best work. No but anyway it's fine. it's not. We're not writing songs for the month. The gay we look forward to hearing about your adventures and book and again if you would like to submit pictures or anything tell stories about your month crafting we. It's never too late to tell us about it. We love hearing stories. So that's i believe kirk. I'm wrong but i believe that's everything for this month. I think so. I agreed think we covered it all and we will talk to you guys next month for my birthday. Sage entail. Stay all about ashley this month. Yeah we're gonna save books but we're going to go to record it and this month i did this this and this for ashley and it was all about. Ashley's birthday ed. Celebrate ashley ashley ashley ashley i. We could not and say that we did Go read a book. What's his name. Lavar burton would be very proud of you if you read a book this month with us. So we'll talk to you guys next month bubby by report..
In Minneapolis, Armed Patrol Group Tries to Keep the Peace
"I'm Julie Walker another night of protests in Brooklyn center Minnesota over the police shooting of Dante right following a traffic stop of the black teen tensions have been high since last Sunday shooting of right and with closing arguments in George Floyd's case beginning California representative Maxine waters came to show support for the family we're not going to be satisfied this is Tyrone heart well a member of the group freedom fighters helping to keep the peace at these protests says one of his sons is right sage you don't have the shingles is also watching the trial and hoping for justice in case I was manager one I'm Julie Walker
The History and Development of Oral Torah: Roman Rule and Rabbinic Reconciliation
"We have been discussing the background of the writing of the mishna. We outlined the process of oral torah as it was given to us by moses and it seemed like we have a very good system but in the second center of the common era a fateful decision was made to codify the oral torah and to write down the michener and the question that we have been talking about the last couple of weeks is why would the jews change such a great system. Why would they alter the system of moshe and install a new system the codification of the oil tower and the writing. Down of the mishna. So we talked about last time. How the second temple period was difficult on many fronts. We have the rise of the healthiness. And the sad jesse's there's all manners of internal discord. We have brutal hostile foreign rule. We have regular assassinations of rabbis. We have the loss of prophecy as well. Things were quite tenuous but they are about to get even more tenuous during this era during the era of what we call the zoo gross when the jewish people were led by two twin titans. Five of them over the course of several centuries something happened that was unprecedented in jewish history namely there wasn't unresolved mclucas. There was an unresolved dispute all five of these pairs of sages wrestled and debated with the permissibility of doing smi placing your hands on top of a sacrifice on yom tov. Is that permitted junior twelve or is that considered forbidden work.
"sage" Discussed on The Ladies of Strange
"Twenty one bitches just stare at my mask. Where's yours kevin. Tiffany hi. How was your journey this month. My journey was good. So i Obviously i tried to focus more on my energy and my mental space than materialistic staff than I struggled with that at first. Because i have been focusing a lot on like which he crap and a lot of the fun of getting into that is buying all the fun things that go along with it like crystals and mortar and pestle and herbs and teas an incense and all that and i really like getting all of that stuff and playing with it but i decided to focus more on the internal so i started looking into. I know that my mom's going to balk when she hears his first but calmed emma. I started looking at your mom's gonna do what balk at this ball. They're like yeah she's gonna go far okay at this. I don't think i've ever actually heard that word. I i thought you said she was going to balk at this by her. Mom is going to lay lake. She made she hears this. I started into paganism. And okay. we actually have a friend who described how she sees paganism. And it made a lot of sense to me. Because i can't get into monotheism because i can't see like they're being one create. I actually don't the idea of a creator. Boggles my mind and i don't get it. It just doesn't protect but the way she described her relationship with paganism was She used the gods and goddesses as like personification of things that she held dear like she followed along with men cycles so instead of like if she saw full moon and wanted to do stuff around that she would use the goddess of the moon as a personification of what she was doing or a like she was really close to the night and she feels at home in the darkness so she used the god of that as a personification of what she was feeling. It was like ok that i could probably work with and understand a little bit. And i've been listening to some podcast on witchcraft. And they talk about a lot a lot about that. And i've always seen paganism as like. I believe that. There's a god for this and it's a person and i believe there's a god for that got us for that and it's a person and they did this but a lot of people see it more as just a personification of the things in nature that they fill close to.
So Much Beauty to Save
"Mind of the great sage of india is intimately transmitted from west to east while human faculties are sharp or dull. The way has known northern or southern ancestors the spiritual source shines clear in the light the branching streams flow on in the dark grasping at things. It surely delusion. According with sameness is still not enlightenment. All the objects of the senses interact and yet do not interacting brains involvement otherwise each keeps its place not sites vary in quality inform sounds differ s pleasing are harsh refined uncommon speech. Come together in the dark clear. Murky phrases are distinguished in light. The poor elements return to their natures. Just a child turns to its mother. Fire heats win moves water. Wet earth is solid. I and site. Aaron sounds nose and smells tongue tastes best with each and everything. Depending on these routes the leaves spread forth trunk and andbranch share the essence revered in common. Each has its speech in the light. There is darkness but don't take it as star minutes in the there is light but don't see it as light light and dark oppose one another like the front back foot in walking each of the myriad things has its merits
The Surprising Power of Compliments
"After a year of kobe many of us are finding that our social skills are a little rusty. We're finally getting more opportunities to meet others. But we've lost some of the social niceties and techniques that make human connection so meaningful. The good news is there's a simple thing you can do to rebuild your social muscle and to raise your level of happiness. The answer is compliments. There's power and giving them and getting them to learn more we talked to lindsey liben psychotherapist and licensed clinical social worker. Here's what she had to say lindsay. Thanks so much for joining us. Thank you so much for having me so let me start by asking. Why are compliments so important in our lives. And why are they so important right now. Compliments allow us to connect with the people around us and really bring people together in a lot of different ways. And i find it. It's a really easy and disarming way of forming a connection. That's especially great because you can use it if you're just meeting someone as an icebreaker or few already know them you can use it to deepen the relationship i find you know. This episode is really coming at such an important time. Because after a year of being told the isolate and keep our distance we're experiencing a social inflection point. I think a lot of people are finding that as immunity rose. and we're unmasking. We're now faced with the possibility of returning to in-person contact and what that might be exciting. It can also be intimidating and leave us feeling unprepared. Actually the american psychological association just released a study that said about half. The people surveyed were actively worried about adjusting to in person interaction. So i think to the audience if you're having a little bit of social anxiety please know that you're not alone. I think it's important to acknowledge that after a year without regular active socialization your social skills will start to weaken interactions might not be as dynamic or is electric as we buy them to be and when wendy's hills there's sort of like muscles they need to be worked and conditioned to the strong when you call up on them as almost like if you signed up to run a ten k race. But you didn't have the opportunity to train of you'd be feeling uncomfortable because you're out of rapids so i find instead of just accepting the discomfort anxiety one of the best ways to alleviate it is to give yourself options and that's where the compliment comes into play because it's one of the strongest and most versatile tools in the well-being toolbox to help you navigate social exchanges. That's great before we get into the specifics of complements what are the positive effects of giving them and receiving them so when you give a received compliments it's actually not just about making the others feel good. It directly improves your levels of happiness in your own relationships. There's actually a really good article from the journal of personality and social psychology. That concludes that when you express appreciation for your partner. Both people become more responsive to each others needs. It allows you to work through the hard times a little more effectively. And i think we can all use a little more happiness and resilience and meaningful engagement in our lives. And i understand. You have a specific technique forgiving complements. What is that i do. That's called the sage approach s. a. g. e. and it stands for specific authentic grateful and empower. And how does that work so it works by starting off to make your compliments sincere. I encourage people to zone in on a specific task or quality or attribute that they admire in another person. I really encourage you to keep it. Simple really skip. The hyperbole over the top planes tend to discredit the compliment. So for example. When you hear people say oh my goodness. That's the best thing i ever ate. Well you probably know. It's not the best thing they ever eat. So don't undermine yourself this leads me to the next part which is authenticity after you have a focus. Try to weave in a personal an action express the compliment from your heart and you strong. I contact if you can really just try to be as authentic as you can. It doesn't matter if it's the highest praise someone has ever received. If it's sincere it will have a much greater impact. The g. in sage stands for gratitude. And this is one of my favorite parts because it allows you to reflect on the goodness in your own life and then express the appreciation for these gifts. It's what's most valuable parts of a compliment because it can also allow you to deepen your connection with the receiver. There's a lot of research. That's out there that connects gratitude with higher levels of happiness and resilience and meaningful connection double win. Because as you start to feel more connected and comfortable the positivity bubbles over into other areas of your life and that actually leads me to the e which is for empowering and this last bit of advice is to direct your compliment towards empowering actions. I encourage people to celebrate the confidence boosting behaviors like if someone didn't awesome job spearheading a presentation or modeling. Courage reflect that back to them because when someone exposes a vulnerability. they're more to authentic positive responses. So if you feel moved share it. I also really just encouraged giving sage compliments whenever the opportunity strikes. Make the morning of the person who you're lot at you know. Or if you catch the eye of an unassuming stander who thinks their head in the clouds the more opportunities you have to practice a more natural it will feel
The Hitler Haggadah with Jonnie Schnytzer
"Joined today by johnny schnitzer to talk about the hitler. Haga a nineteen forty-three judeo arabic haggadah. Which tells the story of the holocaust the second world war and the allied landing in north africa through the passover seder. Johnny schnitzer is a phd candidate at bar. Ilan university with a focus on medieval kabbalah. His dissertation is focused on the fourteenth century. Kabul list rabbi. Joseph ben shallow ashkenazi and johnny is also preparing a critical edition of ashkenazis. Commentary on sefer itsy raw. Johnny also edited an english edition of the etc. Which we're going to be talking about today. The hitler etc is such a fascinating text in many ways even just the title is jarring. And you might think how can you use. Hitler's name in the title of this traditional jewish text and it draws you in to a tremendous piece of moroccan jewish history that reworked the traditional passover story to tell us about the experience of north african jews in the holocaust. I hope you enjoyed our conversation. Where we're going to dive into this text and think about how it can broaden our understanding of the holocaust to include the middle east and north africa in that story and also where we think through the important relationship between jewish roots and holidays with history and historical memory. Thanks for tuning in high johnny. Welcome to the podcast. Thanks so much for joining us to talk about your book that you added. Thank you for inviting me. Lovely to be here. Absolute think this is such a fascinating text. Can you maybe tell us a little bit about it in other words like what is it that makes this different from all other hug adults. I think there are sort of two bombs that this text drops upon any re- debt guest that sort of feast there is on the hit laga and the first one of course is the title and this is what got me interested in this from the outset and that is this sort of sporadic this who has the chutzpah to do this at taking a jewish texts calling it the hit laga. That's the sort of bomb number one. Because you're not even sure what this is about. Who wrote this. But you know one thing you know that the author who is anonymous and we'll touch upon them in a moment takes to keywords. That every juneau's today every jew does not need to google almost haggadah writer passover passover eve where we read the haggadah we all come and we eat together and he takes haggadah and he connects to the other. Keyword that we all know about for a very separate horrific connotation. That's hitler and he puts it together. The first bomb is who has the chutzpah to perpetrate a text. And give it the title. Hit laga taking one of the most sacred texts and connecting it to one of the biggest mom's area if you like in jewish history and then you open the text and you realize that author has done something absolutely fascinating he is done with. The sages have asked us to do generation after generation and that is to see ourselves as if we left egypt red. It's to reenact. Redemptions to reenact. God saving the jewish people taking us out. And what does he do. He takes the structure of the storytelling bit of the haggadah. Right on passover. Eve we have the ceremony we have the blessings and then we reached the mortgage section the mugged section to section where we meant to mcgee. We meant to tell the story. That's what is about right. We tell story we tell the story of redemption. This also explains why passovers become right. This trend of everyone bringing own hug dot. Everyone bringing their own stories. Because it's all about bringing together different pieces of the puzzle. Creating this beautifully rich mosaic. So he takes the traditional structure of the haggadah which tells us about how we were taken out of egypt and it tells us about these different characters. Rabbinic figures leaving two thousand years ago. The told us to do this and told us to do that. And he takes out the content and fills it with a new content whereby he tells the story of the holocaust of world war two of the allied victory of the ex pows over nazi germany. And hitler and mussolini's italy he tells us the story of his generation rights yossi who has something to tell us in the traditional said. There's something about how. How would you meant to do something. All of a sudden becomes the speech of the dictator iosif stalin when we told them the haggadah that i god and not an angel. Not anyone else is going to take you. The jewish people out of egypt suddenly becomes. I shall the goal. I not level not the right none of none of the other vichy high commanding general's. I shall the goal which already tells us right. This is what's fascinating in the hitler etc and this is the second bomb if the first bomb is the title. We still don't know what it's about. The second bomb is when you discover that this was written by an anonymous jew living in robots morocco probably towards the end of nineteen forty-three as a result possibly inspired by operation torch. The allied operation led by the us on the shores of casablanca and algiers. And everything changes all of a sudden this jew living in morocco. Who's lived under a regime whether anti jewish laws jews around him have lost their jobs. Jews around you can't get a jewish education you become by night a second-grade citizen and so out author. It almost seems as if he's taking a text which it's time to write it when we don't yet know the ending. He doesn't yet know about the horrific six million who are being murdered. He doesn't know about concentration camps in poland. But he knows he wants to do something horrific any also is living in a time where his life has changed for some years and as a result of the allied victory he suddenly possibly is inspired and sees. I get the exodus. The story i meant to be telling i meant to take the passover haggadah until the story that i see and that's how the allies beat the excess power. And how in fact you know retelling the story of exodus mine new-fangled version. I think that the text itself is amazing in the ways in which it on. The one hand utilizes the story of passover very explicitly very specifically in when he talks. About how hitler. Enslaved the jews but also like you mentioned the way in which some of the characteristic aspects of the traditional aspects are transfigured and transformed new. Whether we're talking about the parable of the four sons the for children or the different rabbis plagues. What are some of the really interesting things that are happening in this text that really are utilizing the passover story itself and also the the characteristic aspects of the passover seder that people who read attritional seder would be familiar with but they give it new meaning in this context. If we take right this this idea of the four sons four daughters any jewish figure that we look at it and we want to understand. What is it the sort of a heart of their teachings you know. One of the tricks is to see if they wrote a commentary on the haggadah. What do they do with these. Four boys of for doors. What do they symbolize. And in the case of the hit da it takes us back in time to a sort of moroccan viewpoint of the the north african campaign. And so who is the wise son now. You know it's going to be an allied power. But you're not sure that england or is it america and you'll told the the wise son is england right. The royal air force acts cleverly. He's clearly impressed he he is probably the razzie stance radio. He knows about the bombings. He knows about montgomery and then we move onto the russia. The russia we know can only be one person. That's clearly hitler. Hitler the evil one. He knows that he's a know he. He's torturing the jewish people and yet it's interesting that if you read through the at that we're not quite sure what's going on in europe right off a thinks that there is a concentration camp in berlin so we're not yet show what's going on in the world and our author doesn't yet. Nobody knows that he clearly is evil that he's plotting against the jews there wearing yellow badges which also is interesting. Because we're not sure. If he's referring to the yellow badges of jews in europe or the yellow badges of jews in certain places in north africa and then who is the tam. The time is interesting. Because tom can both mean in hebrew complete simpleton the thomas america and then shane no. You're dillashaw and who doesn't know how to ask questions. The classic version says the fourth son is the son who doesn't know how to ask questions. The newfangled version is and mussalini. Who isn't with the avowed woods and this is very interesting because when i was speaking to holocaust survivors. Oh you know this. Sort of all degeneration and i spoke to people from algeria from tunisia morocco across the board there was a nickname from cellini mar. He was the donkey he was the s. This resonates with this passage whims lead author decides to change it. And say it's not. He doesn't ask question it's that we don't even wanna talk about
"sage" Discussed on OWL Once Was Lost Podcast
"Shared on facebook. He didn't share this information with the authorities. Out of fear of them shutting down. Its own investigation into sage disappearance on november twenty third ortiz connected mcfadden in made him aware of the investigation of he contacted mcfadden and the hopes of finding sage. A group of officers conducted grit search of mainstream and the surrounding area which is heavily traffic due to the nearby bus and train stations. They checked open lots trash cans fields parking lots and dumpsters and canvas nearby businesses for surveillance footage. Unfortunately those who had security cameras did not capture anything and the only other camera was one that monitored traffic on november twenty four. Th police conducted a search of harris street and around the university of virginia. That same day. They learned about the possible connection of eric. Mcfadden had to the investigation after esther called them and asked them. Did they perform a welfare. Check she out of town at the time hadn't been able to reach him so she wanted them to check. He was wasn't incapacitated in their apartment when they arrived at the residence on fourteenth street they found. No one was at home in left later. That day or teased visited the police department told them about mcfadden their relationship and deans facebook post. When they contacted mcfadden's work they found. He hadn't shown up for three days. Police soon went public with that information about the possible link between his and say disappearances they put up posters featuring images and descriptions telephone poles convenience store counters and community bulletin boards with astor's consent. Investigators searched the apartment located downtown charlottesville. They hope to find any fingerprints. Dna blood or other evidence. That shows sage had recently been at the apartment. They siedman patents computer and while they are uncovered a received from a nearby. Cvs which showed he'd made a purchase on november twenty second only a few days prior. This was later proven by surveillance footage from the store this led investigators to believe he may have left town after being outed by dean on facebook. They spoke to aubrey about mcfadden. Who told them. She had only met him. Briefly during an encounter on main street with sage throughout the beginning of the investigation of family held numerous vigils to help raise awareness about the case. Eventually investigators were given access to save his cellphone records which confirmed she had been on a call with mcfadden around the time she was last seen while the record showed her phone had been off since her disappearance it had pinged off tower near her apartment however it was noted that given charlottesville is a small city. The cell towers are not far apart meaning. The findings weren't necessarily conclusive the records. Show that mcfadden. Sage text numerous times throughout the night and from that police rebel to develop a more thorough timeline for the evening of november twentieth at five seventeen pm sage senate tax asking mcfadden when he was leaving at five twenty pm. Mcfadden responded saying he had already left and was at the hampton inn at five seventeen pm to five forty pm. The pair texted on and.
"sage" Discussed on OWL Once Was Lost Podcast
"Aubrey who had been sleeping on the living room and the teller that she was headed out. And we'll be back later on that evening. However when. Aubrey woke up a few hours later she was found that the apartment was completely darkened. Sage wasn't there with all calls made to resell phone being sent directly to voicemail so on november twenty first two thousand and twelve. Aubrey awoke defined states still hadn't returned to the apartment when she tried to call her cellphone. She found it. Kept going straight to voicemail which struck her as odd sinn sage constantly had her phone on her and it always had. Its charger on hand worried. He contacted few friends which is when she learned that. Sage's stepsister a year. Morgan had seen her the previous night around six thirty pm on main street. Near the intersection of west main street and ford street northwest. A year had been walking to the bus stop when she sausage talking on the phone while she was unsure who she should who she had been speaking with she did recall hearing her say she'd be there in five minutes. Aubrey then call cookie immediately. Troubled knew something wasn't right. She told aubrey to wait until ten pm that night into report sages missing if she did not return before then. The charlottesville police department started their investigation into sage disappearance on november twenty. Second two thousand twelve. They were immediately concerned about foul play as they were aware of the sort of violence. Those who are transgender face and thus work to collect statements from your friends and family in the hopes of developing a timeline of resume of her movements according to aubrey. The department hadn't actually taken the case as seriously as they let on saying they only ask for sages name birthday and picture. The dean was the one to inform the tautou. This age was missing. She was nervous as always had her on phone and she would always respond to calls and messages from family. In order to not alarm or daughters. Enna in russia langston. She stayed quiet about the news but unfortunately the girls seem learnt of their siblings disappearance after seeing a post about it on facebook and in order to get a better picture of sage movements on the night she disappeared. Investigators subpoenaed her cellphone records as the process was slated to take a few days so the family took matters into their own hands. They guess sages account passwords and soon access the records themselves where they learnt her last known contact was with an unknown person who possessed an out of state number. No hoping to catch a break. Dean posted the number on facebook and was soon contacted by a person of the name of yami ortiz. Who claimed that belong to a man named eric mcfadden. According to ortiz. Sage had been dating mcfadden who was not yet openly out about his sexuality he told the and mcfadden had exchanged texan emails and even met on multiple occasions and out of the blue. He message ortiz on november twenty first and asked him to delete his contact information from his phone. Despite thinking this was a bit odd. He thought nothing of it until he'd seen deans facebook coast. Dean soon learned that sage mcfadden had met online most likely through one sage college encounters ads on craigslist and had been texting and calling each other for weeks mcfadden. Who has a relationship with the woman named esther. I vini had paid sage money to keep their relationship a secret. However it's unknown if the money exchanged was due to blackmail prostitution or if it is unrelated to their scenario to either one of them are teeth provided deem with an image of mcfadden which.
"sage" Discussed on OWL Once Was Lost Podcast
"Despite having a fairly low income cookie was a dedicated parent to sage the two grew very close she was also a prominent figure in the local community serving on the tenants association and the residential poor patrol. When sage was twelve years old she and cookie moved to charlottesville fifield neighborhood where she would meet one of her dearest friends. Secure a washington. Who lived two doors down. Eventually she would return to her mother's care but after latasha was deemed unfit to take care of her sade was then place into the foster system. While entertains sage came out as transgender telling her family and friends as she identified as a woman she didn't like labels and sars self as gender fluid. Her family had known she was gay from a very young age and for the most part had accepted it amer simply waiting for her to feel comfortable enough to come out. Dean had trouble initially accepting or sexuality when she told them he informed her that he no longer wanted any contact with her which deeply upsets age of course and others in the family he would eventually we connect with her after his youngest son took him aside and reminded him that he'd always told his children to be happy with themselves while sade was becoming more comfortable with who she was. She found the transition to be difficult due to the harassment and bullying. She and her friends experienced due to this harassment. She was cautious. She always in church didn't walk home alone and she would never go anywhere with any person that she did not know. Sage was described as being incredibly charismatic and energetic a personal at a smile and could light up a room. She was a social butterfly and had a presence that was unforgettable. One of her passions was dancing every weekend. She and her friends would get dressed up and go out on the only queer club in charlottesville or to the strip club located near the university of virginia. It's set. She owned her dancing skills by making youtube videos. Whilst in high school she also was known for being quite fashionable and like to impress those around her she took pride in the way she looked and would ensure she always looked her best before going out in two thousand and eleven became the first person in her family to graduate from high school despite struggling at times to maintain her grades about a year later in march two thousand twelve she moved into her own apartment with the assistance of the foster care system and soon invited kira and her other friend. Aubrey carson.
"sage" Discussed on Resonant Restoration Podcast
"I saw on this roomy starting a new segment and let me discussing books that shaped. My view on ecological restoration. So today we're gonNA talk about river of grass by Marjory. Stoneman. Douglas. It's a natural history of Florida and the everglades. Actual title is the Everglades River of grass. And this is an intricate system composed of wetlands, lakes and rivers, and more than four thousand square miles in southern Florida. This complex has been reduced to less than two thousand square miles. The ecosystems contained within this river of grass is composed of coastal lowlands, freshwater sloughs, freshwater marl prairies. And in case you're wondering moral is a thing cal carry. US. Soil composed of calcium carbonate on top of limestone bedrock marine environments. Such as reefs, estuaries, mangroves, seagrass beds, and bays, pine forests, mangroves, Cyprus. Tree deciduous coniferous forests, and wetlands. Hardwood Hammock, and probably more that I'm forgetting a well known invasive animal in this region is the Burmese Python which escaped into the everglades after hurricanes destroyed breeding facilities. Other. Invasive include Cuban tree frogs and the Nile. Monitor. So marjory Stoneman Douglas was a journalist author women's suffrage advocate and conservationists her most well known work was the book the Everglades River of grass, which was published in nineteen forty seven. It was written at a time when wetlands and swamps were disregarded as nuisances and not valuable. She reframe the narrative an helps with conservation issues she lived to the age of one, hundred and eight, and even at the end of her life, she worked further restoration of the everglades. The also received the Presidential Medal of Freedom I. That's what strikes me about the book was that it helped reframe that narrative and put more attention towards wetlands at time where they weren't considered valuable river of grass inspired people towards the protection of the everglades and has been compared to Rachel Carson's Book Silent Spring. She was a charter member of the first American Civil Liberties Union chapter in the nineteen fifties and supported the equal rights amendment. She also put focus on rights and protections of migrant farm workers employed by the sugar cane industry. Overall, the reviews are very positive. Although one review with two stars did say that quite succinctly lyrical writing but to redundant for current readers I usually try to give some heeds too bad reviews offering two sides of the argument but I don't really agree with this review. There is a review from Roger called the title fooled me which had three stars. Now's from March twenty, second two, thousand, eighteen on Amazon. In that he says..
"sage" Discussed on Resonant Restoration Podcast
"A Lotta Pinon juniper supposedly to help sage grouse and I said, well, why are we seeing the numbers increase of sage grouse with all these? You know removing all these trees and he said to me well, there's GonNa be a delay, maybe ten thirty years for the habitat actually get back to a a good sagebrush type where sage grouse will increase. And I thought, well, you know we don't have thirty years, I think I mean the sage grouse numbers are plummeting so quickly so that again just seemed like an excuse to divert score and use restoration as to me like a false model for what they're doing the way they've been doing in. Nevada correct me if I'm wrong but there was something passed recently with they can bypass some of the environmental regulations I think they kind of programmatic or so they could do more areas with less regulation pretty much and that's kind of an important piece of the puzzle. For Restoration Projects in California you have California Environmental Quality Act And I mean it mandates like rare plant inventories and wetland delineations and things like that. So. If they can bypass a system that's designed to protect. From large disturbance that seems problematic. Yeah that's a really good point. I mean one of the projects that I started working on years ago with and arrange watch is outright alii and it was so gigantic they wanted to chain down something like seventy or eighty thousand acres of juniper woodland. So that was an environmental impact statement under DEEPA National Environmental Policy Act, and it still was hard to fight. It actually got approved and I think they're probably chaining right now but then all a lot of that Niba streamlined more and more in the last couple of years it's just been categorically excluded projects meaning the agency like the alarm decides that there are no they just decide without public opinion or input that the project. Would have no significant impacts on the environment so they don't have to do Anita. With public comments or any of that, and then you brought it up. They have these tour three now programmatic environmental impact statements where they can just do this one kind of streamlined environmental review taken public opinion and then tear off caddick. About into the future for the next will at ten thirty years they can just Oh, well, we already did the Niba on it and that programmatic we have the Great Basin fuels programmatic. He is which way commented on an the covers eleven million acres across the West in on the sagebrush areas of California and Nevada Oregon Utah. Eastern Washington's this gigantic area where they're just GONNA be able to refer back to this programmatic environmental review and then just internally approve smaller projects for years and years, and it's it's actually devastating I. Think it's GonNa it's too much too big. No public input. So we're worried about that and then there is also Oscar is date fuels reduction programmatic Eis I. Think it was Idaho Nevada Oregon and then on top of that, there's a great basin fuel breaks programmatic. which also covered several western states and that's where they want to. Theoretically, reduce wildfire spread by mowing these two hundred or five hundred foot. You'll breaks on every dirt road in the great basin and possibly roads a routes that haven't been used for decades just get these mowing machines in bring Chattel in Graz. Day on things and supposedly that would be this network of fuel breaks, but it's actually going to be devastating to for the sage grouse. So yeah, I recently seen quite a lot of these streamlining of me PA and just the agencies, the federal government trying to just completely get rid of our federal laws here. So it's actually a little hard to fight against it when it's.
"sage" Discussed on Resonant Restoration Podcast
"And I really don't think they're going to reduce wildfires out in the remote Nevada wild lands by removing trees because you still have sagebrush or other data plans and then you get these she grouse invasions in that fuel and that's actually a flashier fuel that catches fire and goes for miles and miles if there's a strong wind. That's a good thing to talk about. So cheat grass and it's like you said and non native in flashy fuel. So if you don't have a well out project I could see how it would come in and provide you know dire consequences for these habitats where a burn that would not previously happened and I have seen some good examples of Pinon juniper projects where they do a lot of after plantings and they are very site specific and they're not large scale. So they're kind of adapting it for the place and that seems like what needs to happen. Right. And unfortunately, water projects we see Nevada they're planning non native grasses like crested wheat, grass Russian, Wild Rye, both of those are from your Asia and that simply forage for cattle. So they'll say, oh, this is a sage grouse restoration project. And they'll come back and say to me Oh well, there's not enough natives grass seed or it's too expensive. So we had to use this introduced Eurasian grass. So I get a lot of things like that and I just think that there's underlying motivations for the agency is to be doing so many Pinon juniper projects or in northeastern California and Oregon they take out the western Juniper, which is more of a like a savannah tree that. brassier up in those areas so. They're just to me these are old style range management practices and I, just see very little evidence that they're helping sage grouse because for decades now, sage grouse numbers have been plummeting declining. So we've had years and years of Pinon juniper treatments they call them and it's were still having greater sage grouse had to extinction now I asked efficient live service us fish and Wildlife Service biologist about that 'cause they support taking out..
"sage" Discussed on Resonant Restoration Podcast
"Once. I was really interested in in a couple articles I read on your website. So I'm really looking forward to hearing more about this. Can you tell us maybe what the problem is or what some background about Pinon Juniper? Yeah well, interestingly, one of the biggest problems is the use of the word restoration quote unquote by a lot of government agencies and even some environmental organizations claiming that cutting down native Pinon juniper woodlands and trees is restoring the habitat and sell the more. We went out there in the field and watch them do this and bureau land-management US Forest Service are the main culprits in this and in California they they got there with chainsaws but in Nevada I mean they Do, these horrific chaining projects, their tall were they take literally in ship anchor chain. Sometimes, they'll weld railroad steel ties to it or the the rails, and then dragged this anchor chain with two tractors through this native plant humidity with Pinions Judy refers and just rip everything up out of the ground. So they're exclaiming that this is restoring habitat for sage grouse and we're like, wow, this looks like you're taking out habitat you're destroying habitat because we'd go there watch them. Shame Saad Downer rip out native trees, and then you come back a year later and Sheikh rousted invaded and she crossed is a European Eurasian annual grass that's pretty worthless for anything. It's definitely not sage grouse habitat cows don't even like it really is sort of a weedy invasive. and. So these agencies were saying restoring habitat. But what we were seeing on the ground is they were disturbing habitat and wrecking habitat. So I mean it took me a while to figure this out but I think what they're really doing. It's Kinda greenwash on range management. They're just trying to get rid of trees and make more grass for cows. That's what it's all come down to at and so the use of word restore is put in there to basically whitewash range management. So that's that's kind of the story in a nutshell. Yeah this seems like a lot of projects they grab onto those iconic are charismatic species and for better or worse they run with it. And I notice a lot of projects focus on sage grouse. They're using this mechanism put in place for benefits and you know good projects in my opinion it doesn't seem like they're doing it for the right reasons or They got other motives. Rains land. Yeah and you go and there's like tens of thousands of acres of these projects ongoing and past, and they very rarely mentioned that well, this is just range management to increase grass for cattle but you'll sometimes get mixed messages of what they're actually trying to do while we're trying to restore habitat for sage grouse because supposedly hawks perch on trees and then predicate the sage grouse especially the chicks sometimes here. Well, we're trying to reduce fuel to reduce the danger of wildfires so. Like. They have multiple goals in mind here, and it just seems very confused and not really for the right reasons that they're taking out these native trees because for one thing, we have a lot of lightning strikes over the summer and the great basin and icy kind of a patch mosaic of burns of different ages.
"sage" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe
"That's I had been told that right? But now looking back it's like what I wouldn't give to to study that world and those people around right that individual in how you know what I mean, just like in really take in everybody's personalities, and and all the inner goings on of just if it fascinates me. Well, what were you doing like, how did you even get into that the cow? Did you get to perform for Bill Clinton? Like is that I have no idea. Yeah. If there was a guy from like close to my hometown that it seen that hotlanta brought us in for a show like a from again, a Louisiana guy. And. Yeah. And like, I I have no idea how we got. Well, that's you probably should figure that out. That's that's like a cool story. Again. You don't really know high performed for Bill Clinton this happened. There should be a backstory there there should be. There should be. I agree with you. I should know get back to me on that one hour on it. But that's a pretty like, it's your twenty seven, right? Yeah. That's I mean, that's wild to me. I'm thirty three. I just bought my first house two days ago. Oh my God. Congrats thanks. Are you like, well, I mean, are you clear of all the house buying Bs have to go through technically? I bought it with somebody a couple years ago. But I just bought it out myself two days ago. Good for you. I feel very proud of myself. Boy, that's a good feeling just in general. It's a great feeling. Yeah. I mean, it's a great feeling. I'm gonna I'm going to do a little league Seiji. Now, you know, get rid of the bad juju. And did you did you do that? My place is needed some some cleansing recently. Yeah, I've had some friends. Call me when they were there watching my dogs are just visiting and leaving. And they're like dude, you need to be aware of like some weird shit that energy in their what? I don't know because I've never experienced it. The place has been nothing, but calm and peaceful for me. What will what kind of energy like Goethe, they've the I've heard some crazy stories. Okay. And I don't believe any of them. Well, I mean, maybe you should we should have say, gene party. I mean, we have we have cleansed the place scotch and sage scotch and say is a great band name with that. That's they'll steal it that might have cast. Gotcha. Sage did. Yes. Yes. That is it could be like a cleansing energy while you drink scotch. Dammit. That's good. Somebody's gonna steal this to get on it before. Yeah. Write that one down could we call? Yeah. Write that one down there all just partying. And they're they're not even listening to a mix tape by now. We're gonna come out and be like, well, what would happen in dawn. Yeah. They'll have a song to perform us by the end of it. That's yeah. Scotch and sage it sounds like a store. Also sounds like is for fun..