18 Burst results for "Sam Forty"

"sam forty" Discussed on Legacy-Dads Podcast

Legacy-Dads Podcast

07:26 min | 9 months ago

"sam forty" Discussed on Legacy-Dads Podcast

"And that it's in times of were at now and you know being that commander in chief being the one that has to call the families of the fallen ones. It's a double edged sword right because that only do you have to make that call as far as Condolences in sorry for the nation and the service that the soldiers be given. But you also have to know that the decisions that cost lives way anew and Any man Whether you like them whether you don't That's that's very big cross to carry You know it makes me think of this story. That was long ago many different versions but years ago. The archbishop of canterbury told of than acting acting secretary of state that the iraq war was just an excuse for us to build an empire in the middle east. Islamist radicals have called us. The great satan up of the former secretary of state said far from being the great satan. I would say that we are the great protector. We have sent men and women from the armed forces of the united states to other parts of the world. Throughout the past century to put down oppression. We defeated fascism we defeated communism. We save europe in world. War one end in world war two. We were willing to do it glad to do it. We went to korea. We went to vietnam all the interest preserving the rights of people and when all those complex were over. What did we do. did we stay and conquer. Did we say okay. We defeated germany. now. Germany belongs to us. We defeated japan so japan japan belongs to us. No we built them up. We gave them democratic system which which am embrace totally to their soul and we did ask for any we ask for any land. No the land that we ever asked for was enough land to bury our dead and that is the kind of nation that we are. Just i have so many thoughts going through my head in terms of you know just kind of held on how to walk through this and so you know listeners. If if this seems a little bit disorganized. I ask for your for your forgiveness. It's just a just wanted to kind of have a conversation in walk through this. You know when. I look back at at seoul ahead. I was gonna say. Please go to go to sam forty. 'cause it's always good to bring scripture into this yet so i was looking at twice in this in this one saw. The god of jacob is our fortress. You know when. When i think of a fortress i think of the place that people go to to find protection to be sheltered from external threats to be just to be protected to feel safe To have their needs cared for And things like that. And so when you when you think about the god of jacob being your fortress when you think about god being our refuge in our strengthen an ever-present help in times of trouble. That should that should provide us comfort to provide us here in the united states Who are struggling to to understand. That should provide us comfort. Issue provide people who are on the front lines comfort. He is there he is with them like. He doesn't go away. And i think that's just the great thing to just realize that he's there. He knows that all this is going on is there. You know david one. I wanna put you on the hot right now and You know you answer as comfortable if you don't want to go there. We can pass a mom serving as long as you have a. You've been in pretty tight knit group. Would you say that's correct There's something about when you serve especially when you serve actively involved in any kind of operations and or at activity that is actual combat or battle or war. It's it's a different niche. The brothers at you're serving next to his correct absolutely I think it's you know it's hard from a civilian because you sit there you know until you know you always hear the saying you know. There's no atheism in foxholes You know from a standpoint of you know for those of us that don't understand the horrors in the evil and just the the full out you know. I don't even want to say controlled. Chaos but the chaos. That's around you you know for those of of of you around you. Those ones that may be lost. Or maybe friends of yours that have lost other Comrades in that in that perspective you know what what continues to give you the hope. You're you said that. I'm a christian in the workforce. I'm i'm this man of god am also a warrior. You know what what keeps you focused on the mission in especially in frustration whether we agree disagree whether we think you know this is the right move. This is not the right. Move in not getting into monday morning quarterback but what what gives you that. Hope to get up tomorrow morning and do your job with the valor of the bravery in the character. Integrity that you do now. It's a it's a good question you know. I've deployed several times and a few of those times. It got a little bit. Harry especially in two thousand seven in iraq. You know Things get shot at us a lot quite a bit actually Alarms are be going off. And you'd hear the anti mortar guns go off and It got a little bit crazy but you know you about. It's it's a it's a mission. That's it's bigger than you even. If you're only helping one person in the business that we are in our whole job my job is to train people in something that i hope they never ever have to use but if they do have to use that i'm also there were also there in the rear and were were coordinating the ways to go and get those people out of harm's way and so i think that's a very righteous mission and i think when you look at it you know we're obviously were doing things on behalf of the united states government but i think when you look at into our particular niche of what we do. Our job is to get people back. We want to bring people back and you know that way. We can show our our our commitment to when people will sign up and they say hey your government is gonna take care of you. That's going to happen. That's our mission. And so i think it just has to do with that. You know it's a it's a noble mission that we have and you wanna make sure that you're doing the best you possibly can you know i was. I was reading on one of my facebook groups. I was. I was reading through one of these posts and i brought it up to you and lanson in some sever conversation and in the individual. I'm just going to read what he said. He said reading my bible yesterday. I felt somewhat distracted. Because i kept thinking of the verses like then i looked on all the works that my hands had wrought and other labor that i had labored to do and behold all was vanity indexation of spirit and there is no profit under the sun in this individual. Says i'm not sure how to fully express it. But i have to tell you that seeing that sincerely how iraq isn't seeing how afghanistan immediately fell again to the taliban i feel like the last fifteen plus years of my life have been so much of waste. What was the point. I deployed five times and then back at home base. I was still largely involved in the wars in other capacities and as it amounted to nothing and so that individual.

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"sam forty" Discussed on The Hardcore Self Help Podcast with Duff the Psych

The Hardcore Self Help Podcast with Duff the Psych

03:18 min | 10 months ago

"sam forty" Discussed on The Hardcore Self Help Podcast with Duff the Psych

"I don't have a therapist yet. Currently looking for a trauma therapist. My parents divorced when i was six. My mom's boyfriend molested me at age. Nine she didn't believe me for a long time. My dad came back quote as friends to help him get up alcohol. I think i was about twelve at thirteen. I was raped by my boyfriend in field. I started running away from home. My dad left because he couldn't handle me running away. I started doing drugs and being promiscuous. I stopped at seventeen in got with my now husband. I have cheated and have six kids. But here's the thing. I still feel the need to be wanted by other people liked. What sam forty. I have twenty year olds my. Dm's wanting me to be there. Cougar actually want people to want me. My husband chose me affection. Don't get me wrong. But i would like someone else. Allies the time to. I can get where my fucked up past 'cause my bipolar depression anxiety. Ptsd but to be like this. What the heck. Thank you for listening. So good question. I think there will be elements of this that resonate with a lot of people here So thank you for asking it. I'm glad that you're looking for therapist. You mentioned that you're looking for a trauma therapist which is really important because not everybody does specialize in trauma work so really good instincts there to be looking for trauma based therapist Also just want to say that. I feel for you. You know. i'm. I'm sorry that you've been through so much you didn't deserve it. You're not responsible for it. And i'm glad that you're here that you're alive and able to ask this question both for yourself and for anybody else that benefits from hearing what i say to you. So thank you for that. And as i said. I'm glad that you're here. This is sort of a complex layered question. I think there's a few important threads to tease apart here. First off Let's talk about desire versus action right. Because i think it's one hundred percent absolutely totally normal to have attraction to people other than your partner that you committed to that could be romantic sexual or otherwise But i think that this is something that society and movies and Maybe our own sort of internalize. Jealousy tells us that we're not supposed to do that. We're supposed to somehow turn this off completely when we commit to being with another person romantically and you know people are different. There are certainly some people where the romantic or sexual interests and other people really fades or dwindles or basically goes away when they commit to somebody. But that's not the case for everybody and there's nothing wrong with that. There's absolutely nothing wrong with having Feelings right what you do about. Those feelings is a different story right. You're allowed to have whatever private thoughts you want. You know you can enjoy whatever kind of attention you might run into in daily life But you need to make a choice about how you engage with that with those thoughts with desires without attention. Whatever it might be you need to make a choice about what you do about that. How you engage with that. Are you going to be actively drawing in that attention playing into it. You know actively flirting are you allowed to talk about attractions with your partner with other people. What are you gonna do about that.

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Q&A: Why Do I Still Crave Attention?

The Hardcore Self Help Podcast with Duff the Psych

03:18 min | 10 months ago

Q&A: Why Do I Still Crave Attention?

"I don't have a therapist yet. Currently looking for a trauma therapist. My parents divorced when i was six. My mom's boyfriend molested me at age. Nine she didn't believe me for a long time. My dad came back quote as friends to help him get up alcohol. I think i was about twelve at thirteen. I was raped by my boyfriend in field. I started running away from home. My dad left because he couldn't handle me running away. I started doing drugs and being promiscuous. I stopped at seventeen in got with my now husband. I have cheated and have six kids. But here's the thing. I still feel the need to be wanted by other people liked. What sam forty. I have twenty year olds my. Dm's wanting me to be there. Cougar actually want people to want me. My husband chose me affection. Don't get me wrong. But i would like someone else. Allies the time to. I can get where my fucked up past 'cause my bipolar depression anxiety. Ptsd but to be like this. What the heck. Thank you for listening. So good question. I think there will be elements of this that resonate with a lot of people here So thank you for asking it. I'm glad that you're looking for therapist. You mentioned that you're looking for a trauma therapist which is really important because not everybody does specialize in trauma work so really good instincts there to be looking for trauma based therapist Also just want to say that. I feel for you. You know. i'm. I'm sorry that you've been through so much you didn't deserve it. You're not responsible for it. And i'm glad that you're here that you're alive and able to ask this question both for yourself and for anybody else that benefits from hearing what i say to you. So thank you for that. And as i said. I'm glad that you're here. This is sort of a complex layered question. I think there's a few important threads to tease apart here. First off Let's talk about desire versus action right. Because i think it's one hundred percent absolutely totally normal to have attraction to people other than your partner that you committed to that could be romantic sexual or otherwise But i think that this is something that society and movies and Maybe our own sort of internalize. Jealousy tells us that we're not supposed to do that. We're supposed to somehow turn this off completely when we commit to being with another person romantically and you know people are different. There are certainly some people where the romantic or sexual interests and other people really fades or dwindles or basically goes away when they commit to somebody. But that's not the case for everybody and there's nothing wrong with that. There's absolutely nothing wrong with having Feelings right what you do about. Those feelings is a different story right. You're allowed to have whatever private thoughts you want. You know you can enjoy whatever kind of attention you might run into in daily life But you need to make a choice about how you engage with that with those thoughts with desires without attention. Whatever it might be you need to make a choice about what you do about that. How you engage with that. Are you going to be actively drawing in that attention playing into it. You know actively flirting are you allowed to talk about attractions with your partner with other people. What are you gonna do about that.

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"sam forty" Discussed on The Hardcore Self Help Podcast with Duff the Psych

The Hardcore Self Help Podcast with Duff the Psych

04:14 min | 10 months ago

"sam forty" Discussed on The Hardcore Self Help Podcast with Duff the Psych

"Then letting it go and grieving that so that you can create a new version of your life that can be equally good or better but it is different. I think that's super important and so to me. It also really really symbolizes. That which i think is an important thing for for everybody. Some excited just little personal news from from me there but yeah why don't we go ahead and get into the questions before i keep rambling about myself and you guys don't like that so much in some of you can't please everyone but what i can do is start dan questions so here we go question okay so before again to question one I will say you cannot hear it too much. But there assist cricket that is loud as fuck and it is like. I don't know if it's inside the office with me or right outside the window. But i keep trying to like scare it off. Fort lake make noise to make it go away and it will stop until i sit down and start recording again and then it starts making all this noise again so hopefully you guys can't hear too bad for me at like. Oh my god. You're driving me absolutely insane. Oh goodness gracious but yeah let's go ahead and just get into the question. I'm going to try my best to ignore it. So i one reads okay. I don't have a therapist yet. Currently looking for a trauma therapist. My parents divorced when i was six. My mom's boyfriend molested me at age. Nine she didn't believe me for a long time. My dad came back quote as friends to help him get up alcohol. I think i was about twelve at thirteen. I was raped by my boyfriend in field. I started running away from home. My dad left because he couldn't handle me running away. I started doing drugs and being promiscuous. I stopped at seventeen in got with my now husband. I have cheated and have six kids. But here's the thing. I still feel the need to be wanted by other people liked. What sam forty. I have twenty year olds my. Dm's wanting me to be there. Cougar actually want people to want me. My husband chose me affection. Don't get me wrong. But i would like someone else. Allies the time to. I can get where my fucked up past 'cause my bipolar depression anxiety. Ptsd but to be like this. What the heck. Thank you for listening. So good question..

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"sam forty" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show

The Kevin Sheehan Show

02:28 min | 10 months ago

"sam forty" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show

"So that was the only moment that i think us all of us in the press box. Maybe had a little bit of concern for ourselves. Which was we didn't know okay. This is there somebody else who's out there could be some kind of coordinated actually like attack on the stadium and so we did like just get down under the desktop just for a minute just in case and during that time is when the first announcement came on the scoreboard saying that would have happened outside the park and at that point on people to please stay inside the park and then a few minutes. After that that they'd done announced you can leave through centerfield and writes fettle Obviously those were much closer to where it occurred had a very different experience in the terrifying experience for them For those who farther removed from it it was more just a matter of trying to figure out what actually happened here and did it. Happen inside or outside the ballpark. Yeah i mean. I had sam forty from the washington post on the radio. Show this morning and i would urge anybody To go listen to it gives. Sam was actually in the crowd as a spectator. He wasn't working that night and was sitting upper level Not sure why he got tickets. That were so bad. Upper level third base side with a bunch of friends and He immediately went into reporter mode and went to the top of the stadium and was able to look out look out onto onto south capitol street. But you know what's really three people you know the reporting on this isn't complete. Obviously we don't have mode of. We don't even know who was firing the shots. We don't know whether it was one from from one car into another Or there was returned fire from the other car. We know that three people were injured. Not seriously i'll tell you the lucky thing. Mark is that you know with all the video that came out There was legitimate for five or so minutes. Panic and chaos. You know in the park. And i think people you know have to feel fortunate and certainly. The team is well that nobody was really hurt. I think one woman suffered a broken nose in that was it. Sometimes you end up getting serious injuries or serious health related issues when there's panic and chaos like that right and and hopefully we don't hear about any more and the next day or two and who knows what might still get out about that but.

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"sam forty" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

06:48 min | 11 months ago

"sam forty" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"I can't what you've got here is two different opinions. All right so here his concluding salvo good if congress spends more and of course they're going this morning another three and a half trillion. Yeah yeah from from the democrat which won't happen forbes. Said we can only hope you're going to get get more rising prices. You're going to get the kind of inflation. That many of us remember from the nineteen seventies. He went on to say interest. Rates will go up whether the federal reserve blundered not it would be overwhelmed by the markets. And that's going to lead to huge political problems. But he didn't stop there. Oh no steve. Forbes went on to say not to mention national security problems. let's just say. Mr forbes outlook not optimistic well and saying that interest rates will go up with the fed likes that are not he's pointing the arrow straight at the ten year. Note that we report every morning then we watch that rate end this morning in reaction to that inflation news Very little movement in the tenure at one point three seven percent now. A lot of responsible. Economists are saying we could see that ten year at two percent by the end of this year. Now mr forbes. Is that what you're talking about. That is a substantial increase in market rates. Him the fed lag behind that. Of course it can And there are two different things now and granted the interest rates. That he's talking about that are that are more or less not controlled but influenced by the ten year note include mortgage rates in credit card rates. And we all pay those so. Is there a threat of inflation. Yes the fed today in testimony before congress will stick to its argument that it is not structurally permanently apart of the economy yet. Ignore it until it becomes a problem. Alright wanted to ask you before. I let you go this morning keith. Whiteman presidential melt. Well no good conversation and really appreciate your rather even handed approach the conversation. Because i guess i'd fall more into the category of hair on fire steeple casing be your talk show host but yeah assets part and parcel right. That's a job requirement. It's an essential in the tool kit but Did this story this morning and be remissed because it promised that. I'd ask you about this piece out of cnbc as you had the nonpartisan senior citizens league updating. It's a forecast when it comes to the two thousand twenty two cole. The cost of living adjustment increase for social security benefit recipients could increase to six point one percent that would make it the highest cola adjustment since nineteen eighty three back in two thousand and twenty one in twenty twenty one actually Recipient security benefits received one of the lowest cold increases in years of bump of one point three percent for twenty twenty one. Don't spend it all in one place. There have been a couple of zeros in recent years as well with regard to those cost of living adjustments social security but six point one yes That's a responsible forecast. And what do they look at. They look at the consumer price index for an urban working couple. Now many are saying that when congress gets around fixing social security and talk about ignore it until it becomes a problem. That's there's no better example than that for that so when congress could finally get around to fixing social security they're going to have to maybe make an adjustment there because who takes social security Senior retired people s. Well well hold on. The kola is based on the consumer price index for an urban working couple. So that's where that six percent number comes from and we just a month ago. We reported what we had a that. Cpi in general was up over five. Percents so that's what it's computed on. It's not computer down that. Cpi numbers confused on a smaller. One again for an urban working couple and many are saying well hold on you're not describing or serving retired people by using that index sheriff because according to kiplinger that average monthly security administration payment increased by about twenty blocks. Yeah you gotta do the percentage but that's also correct me if i'm wrong based on an average of social security payment of fifteen hundred dollars. Yeah you're absolutely right monthly benefit for couples in stop by to about thirty three bucks. Yeah yeah in stop by about third. So okay yes. And that's that's due. And i wouldn't take issue with that forecast. I think we're going to see a hefty cola. Come on and it's released. I think in the fall right october. There you go. Yeah all right that comes from social security administration to and this is kind of great information you can get past those retirement years approach and you're like they're aeons away. Well you'd be surprised because you've will be staring in the face of your retirement years and that bucket lists that you put together over the years those things that you want to do and enjoy throughout your retirement sooner than you think that means you need to plan a viable plan a workable plan all starts with question or maybe six or seven to keep weimin presidential wealth in lovling keith. You'd love quested when we do a retirement plan. We underestimate income and overestimate inflation and costs. We estimate rising social security payments at two percent. Moving forward common sense in putting together a retirement income plan so things you need to know my number presidential wealth loveline nine seven zero seven. Seven six seventy five. He wanted norton until it becomes a problem. My gear own t. Keith whiteman presidential wealth. Loughlin thanks so much. Sam forty eight out thirteen ten. Kfi while the whole sports story in northern colorado the state in the country tune into whole show weekdays noon to two and thirteen ten kfi. Hey day's headlines podcasts. Mornings galen more and a schedule upcoming sports broadcasts find them at thirteen.

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"sam forty" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

02:42 min | 11 months ago

"sam forty" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Time. You go all right one reality that you can't deny that no matter where you are on your career path. Retirement is going to come a lot sooner than you think. No retirement doesn't mean that you retire from life. No it means you have the luxury of time in order to well pursue your avocation. Your dreams your source of happiness. Unfortunately you do need some coins to do that to tick off all those all those items on your bucket list. So that means you need make a plan. A workable plan a plan that well can incorporate the art of the pivot as need be nowhere better to do just that then we keep wineman presidential wealth in loveland. Pick up the phone gear. Call if you're saying where do i start. Yeah that sounds good. But where do i start. Start with that call and questions loveland. Office presidential wealth management nine seven zero seven seven. Six seventy five hundred. Look forward to answering your questions. You have is all. I could do not to ask robert h pork junior. Who was actually in the chamber when things kind of fell apart. They're hitting the hearings for his father's Supreme court a nation. Hey what was it like when your last name became a verb as in. You've been forked asset million times as well keith. Whiteman presidential wealth loveline. Thanks so much sam. Forty-seven now thirteen ten. Kfi here mornings with gail weekdays. Six to nine and northern.

"sam forty" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"sam forty" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"By this summer. Don't we all know kim. And it's time really the up strike that balance between public health and well arts public sanity as the case may be. I think we'll do it. I mean you asked me what i think at optimus. Yeah you are the eternal optimist which is a good thing and you need to reclaim that optimism. In your life as well perhaps its waning. Just a little bit but particularly when it comes to those retirement years now. There's a happy thought right. I'm sure you've got a bucket list. We all do and all those bucket lists are different. But the earlier you start planning particularly during such tumultuous times the better for you and the more items on your bucket list you'll be able to just check right off. That means you need a plan. You need a workable plan. One that is able to pivot to ever changing calamity as the case may be Certainty and that's why you need to get in touch with keith. Wineman presidential wealth management at his loveland office. Everything gail just said goes to peace of mind as your approach retirement. So if you have worries if you have unanswered questions yeah give me a call at our level and office nine seven zero seven seven six seventy five hundred. Let's get you answers. He wineman presidential wealth management. It's friday thanks so much. Sam forty two now thirteen ten. Kfi oh remember. Yesterday we were talking about the fact. That shock air amazon. All of a sudden stepped up to the plate offering corona virus vaccine distribution assistance to the biden administration. Why didn't they offer to the trump administration. Will they say contraire. We did details coming up. It's a party. Northern colorado's forks. Thirteen ten kfi k. The block party wednesdays from four to ten pm but with your favourite high school basketball teams with perhaps radio. Another colorado's voice.

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"sam forty" Discussed on The Fantasy Plonker Podcast

The Fantasy Plonker Podcast

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"sam forty" Discussed on The Fantasy Plonker Podcast

"Because we got the beef four disclaimer. there is no fps. Talk in this episode. This is a faith episode. Only once again we all without mris plonker logistics or tough at a minute so apologies for that. But you know i wouldn't. I could value for pay for she. Let's be honest doesn't really enjoy it. Find it funny. She gets bored. I like favorite gonna miss her this way and of course i is quite refreshing to have new blood inside the beef segment. Hopefully you'll find it refreshing. There's no hindu monkey or f. peo- boone. Our my kate popping up as regulars on this segment shout out to over there nine nine. Go guys a loved on this podcast but as some of you will be aware and some of you won't be aware this base and this is the thing with these so obey swiss official middle of the road. Fbi counties boy at heart and our funeral may mytalk engaged. I just thought blocking so. The pave ended pre quickly. A backlash was big enough to where. I can record an episode on this. Sorry this faith features anti-abuse peo- family's very Lay now for those that don't know if peo- family which is run by lay is an account featuring a husband and wife lay and sam forty thousand followers by stream on shape. They get paid on patron. And i think someone tweeted about five hundred pounds a month which is some pretty significant dollar and on top of that. He's a regular on the official fps. And that is way ladies and gentlemen spaeth begins now. I'm gonna tell you what i normally do you know. I'm a veteran in the eighth game. I'm going to give you the objective. Overview balanced argument people from both sides of the path. I'll let you guys here. It's all and then you could be judge of. Was this guy in the wrong or the royal oak more opinions as well but i will lay out objectively so poignant during the week a thinks on a friday or a i i am not sure the official f peo- show do luckily a preview of the game week to captain new transfer blah blah blah. And really what shit to me. It just feels like a shower before the casuals to spoon feed basic tips for us hardcore players. There's not really anything sitting there that you can take away from it. I mean they're probably some stats in that. Sorry probably it's quite good now more personal taste. Nfl consent is our hot tixx. Won't.

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"sam forty" Discussed on Liminal Podcast

Liminal Podcast

07:31 min | 1 year ago

"sam forty" Discussed on Liminal Podcast

"I can't believe it and i couldn't believe in fantasy and so i sent it off with another song. Samsung and i was signed on the strength of first song. Which is kinda weird an absolutely. I'm kind of proud of that on. Still probably one of my best known song actually but it started like that got signed racer first album in two thousand six barbed wire stuff sold everywhere weed. Left played every city in every city. I mean the reason to city and hold on. I'm never played in fronts. But i played every city in holland. I mean places. You never heard of hilbert tilburg nine nine. Megan eindhoven blessing and braider gruenigan. Lavar leiden everywhere. I'm i'm stomach. was terrible. gig event was going and then then so two thousand and eleven. I really am concerned about things that you more second. The single was number one in the uk alternative shots which is amazing. The album was on the charts for four weeks on the strength of the assigned to signing and germany who was an imprint of sonia subsidiary. I know they ripped me off. Like you wouldn't believe it if i told you that story. I it's unbelievable on horrendous. I they still owe me about twenty thousand pounds while i think they could probably but it was it was. It was the guy who's running the imprint. Sony told america twice with forty days one with twenty eight on top of the mountain and switzerland a couple of times. It was just amazing and change a minute of it well. I did live quiet. Reckless lifestyle and had to stick to say the least. You know that was my reputation. And it wasn't sustainable. Rayleigh and i think i ted reasonable. I think time music crap but we sold about thirty thousand now that she's not to be sniffed out physical probably about four thousand five thousand singles but i. I baked the scheme of things. That's nothing was famous about twenty people. Let's be honest. But i live the life as if i was like some kind of chart-topping rockstar and you know i think there's a of that and the way i behave now maybe and know along no quality shrinking violet bush. I team it enormously. Gas by also don't because i don't think i would. I would probably be around now. Because i i live so reckless later so long now leave. His travels devastation. Across europe suits and while it was fun to be in at the som- i think he was fun for some of the people around me. It became quite destructive as well. So so i think a stop doing it at the right time. I wouldn't change a minute of it. But i wouldn't. I wouldn't possibly be able to do it now. I you know. That's why just occasional shows just to remind myself. I used to be almost a pop star. Wants the full time. Flex polygraphing now. That's that's that's that's the peak of my fame walker flex policy site. The no am. I guess is in a way you know you. You have the heights of pop stardom and you can feel like you've got this name for yourself and then it is almost like checks you in a way and it can be. You'd think so so but nothing could be a high shortly when you're on stage and everyone knows every lyrics to the song singing and everyone's looking at you dislikes on you must be adrenaline rush. That no drug or no of the thing in the world can really give you outside right joe. it's you know. There is no better feeling than that. I wouldn't ever want to do that. Would enjoy more. When i played in leeds on gender that fourth i. She both not always. I was fairly mobile that point. You know i'd. I'd literally got no movement due to the issue. She was wanting to bet. But i came on stage and it was sold out in the play. The place just went crazy. Because i'm how i'm holding some affection for some reason on the it kind of filled my chest with pride. Because i still kinda got it kinda threw the stick the walking stick to one side as if to say oh the power restored and i by the end of the could actually walk but it was. It was a remarkable failing particularly. Because i did it. Without you know. I was completely sober as well. Which is which is something that that was fascinates me. I'm absolutely shitting a brick before on stage which also used to either because he's been fairly confident phallic. I'm i've always been confident. And so be frightened of it was quite required by so of a shock to the system. But i think. I'll carry on doing occasional shower because it reminds me of what i used to. I'm almost nostalgic thing now because the people who ueli studies the people in the front row with were very first show so fifteen years before which was remote with amazing are still with me now and that was kind of emotional for me because they were my very first gigging leads and they were there again. Unleashed same moves amazing. So yeah so yeah. In terms of what it feels like are considered to be the former in life a lot of what people say on status as it's not it's not. I'd like to talk to people this idea again. She kinda quite quite quite stage. Now aren't unique about. That's that's kind of thing. And i'm like no now. That's just where i'm lacking fortnight. All the times matching bean around that will. It's on love energy for life. I would describe it and i. It's it's an outlet gas on something that i loved. But i'm going to new so i've got different lifelock. Fascism life in terms of your debt for letting but on sustainable long term thing for numerous reasons. yeah so you kind of break Shown at just then you mentioned the us mobile for that gig yet quite a big moment in your life. I guess what kind of led up to that on the. I guess you're kind of health. Situation was quite a heavy moment in your life. Would you say yep absolutely so historically. I'm starting to this cheque's crooked. 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"sam forty" Discussed on No One Told Me

No One Told Me

06:22 min | 1 year ago

"sam forty" Discussed on No One Told Me

"Wish that my US history classes were all that that. About anything. It was just an incredible musical. Initially wrote at his goal was for it to just be like an album. He got the idea after he had just finished being polite. Listen. You're about to get a lot of facts. Research the snot out of this. No joke. Right. After we watched it, I spent two hours that night. Alexander Hamilton because I wanted to know what was true. Yeah, and what was it in almost all of it was true. The only thing that was put pressed into harder was his relationship with Angelica. But they did write back and forth a lot. They did. It was rumored that they had some sort of an affair or something. Cool with tear like constantly texting my brother with drugs. that. Like they never found any factual evidence that they had something on they just were. Oh, my Gosh I can. It makes me WANNA. Start singing right now, we listened to the. Rest of them. I could listen I. Love it. But he had just well just gotten off a Broadway play. He was in the airport. He was looking through biographies and he said he found Alexander Hamilton biography and it was either that or It was some businessman. He was gonna read about he couldn't pick which one and he just picked Alexander Hamilton and he said he was on a beach in Mexico and he had just gone through the part where there's a hurricane that hit the island that Alexander Hamilton grip on and he was like this is a hip hop album like This is meant to be it. So he googled has anyone like hip hop album, Alexander. Hamilton. Because he thought surely this has been done because he said his words I think the. Surely, this has been done I know. Well, he said. Of Hip hop you write your way out of. Your way out. Yes, and so that's what happened. When Alexander Hamilton was a teenager in the hurricane, hit his island. He wrote an article about it. It got posted somewhere in a newspaper in his town was like this is incredible riding teenager. So they collected money, sent him to New, York, for school. So he wrote his way out of his situation after his mama died, he went to this cousin, his cousin committed suicide, and he was living with like a clerk and learning how? How to be a clerk at the time. So lemon while googled it, and it said like he said, there was nothing and he thought this is what I'm going to do. Next I'm going to write boy did he said he wanted to go? But what I was saying he said I wanted it to be like an album that maybe they could use for education purposes like School School of rock or yeah. But what's the thing we all watch with the schools bill? Yes, schoolhouse. I'm just borough. Yeah. He thought maybe it'll be. It'll be something like that will create this and he said he just was not. Prepared for the level of fame that too. But he actually ended up I found this out from another podcast listen to. But he wrote into the contract for Hamilton that the writer of the biography that he read would get a million dollars a year of the proceeds. That's easy now for him. Yes. Yeah. He wrote it before before. Hey, mom. Sure. Disney plus because it's like on their on their. Young. Guy The author also came along beside him as he wrote it, and he said it kept us on us like every time I wanted to add fluff. He wouldn't let me awesome. It made him stick to the entire story. He performed the first song that he wrote. I think it was Alexander Hamilton at the white. House. It was when he had finished and he was still in his twenties like his mid twenties still working on it and uses lin-manuel. Yeah. Well, see right now. I don't know how old he is. Now he performed at the white. House. It was back in the early two thousand when he? saw. ME, still not like He performed it. For Barack Obama. Early in his presidency. Two, thousand eight, hundred. Yeah. It was pretty early on. Performed was. A. He was twenty nine years old. He performed it in two, thousand, nine. Okay. Sam Forty. He's just forty and the at one like an immediate standing ovation from the president and Michelle, all of them I'm on a first name basis with her. So, it makes sense but he. When he finished down. So many things just found them when I was looking at how old he was, but he you I will love this, but he listened to. Jay Z. Friend, or FOE ON A. Yeah over and over it just has. You can. It has. You just have the vibes of like even to thousands wrapping nannies rap, and just like love the on words that they have. Like I think, of Aaron, Burr like saying, you can trust a trust fund baby, you can trust. Trust Fund Baby. But like fun of trust. So it's like, oh my gosh, it's so great and every so Well, written and they in one interview they asked him. And Ryan made this point and I hadn't even noticed. Ron was like, Hey, do you notice that all the lead actors are people of Color? Do you think that was intentional? I. Said I guarantee was intentional and read, and he said that His quote was, this is a story about America then told by American now. and. We want to eliminate any distance. So our shirt, our story should look the way our country looks, and he said I found the best people to embody these parts and he said I think it's a powerful statement, but this is the best part he said that will be the note that goes with the school productions. This show ends up looking like the actual founding fathers than they messed it up right and so like he's thinking past this being on Broadway. Pass, how far this can go and shaping. Really cool the next generation and what they, what they look at, and we'll say the biggest I've only watched half because listen the commitment. We'll say the first half I liked better, it's worth watching finish I'll probably go I might watch the first half again this weekend. So I'm more of a I love musicals I like everyone kept telling me this is rally like this is right a alluvial of it. I just never got around to it, but I would love to see it live, and then they would resonate more with me. But my favorite surprise sweet moment George Washington's.

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"sam forty" Discussed on Life On Main

Life On Main

09:36 min | 2 years ago

"sam forty" Discussed on Life On Main

"With one another as well as learning to make disciples as we share the gospel of Jesus Christ each day highlights one of these facets of spiritual character growth and stewardship. So be sure to come back each day to grow strong and healthy walk with the Lord. Now let's see what the Holy Spirit wants to show us today. Well hello and welcome to another episode of worship Wednesday where we talk about specifically igniting rekindling that passionate we have to draw near to God and to express that adoration to him Both with our lives as well as with Are Acts of worship through song or through the reading of the word So I talk to you today about is what is really important in worship. I mean if you go across through churches you'll you'll hear a lot of discussion about whether nat this style is really worship the guy that receives or the style the better one and really. It's nothing new. I'm that this whole argument about you. Know should we use drums and things of that nature and worship or should we stick primarily with the old hymns and even the Church that I happen to pass where we do a lot of the older hymns still to this day? Because it's what we feel God's called us to do is not necessarily that it's something everybody has to do. We feel with the people that God is calling us to reach this one style that he is going to use us with and so that is by we do. It's not is the more righteous way or Or that somehow or another. The other forms of worship are asked holy. But you know this has been an argument. This gone on for many centuries in fact when the Oregon was even first introduced into the church. It was considered to be devil's instrument and had no place in the church today. It's considered one of the most sacred insurance by some denominations so my question would be. When did the Oregon saved the went? When did it go from being the devil's instrument to becoming God's instrument and that just is one example of how culture many times an influence where things are APP? So what we've got to be careful as that we just don't let our worship be defined by culture or change of culture so we don't last week with the older songs just because that was the older way of doing it and that somehow that makes it more righteous but on the reverse token we don't want to simply gravitate to all the newer stuff because we think that that's what God's anointing you doesn't anoint the other stuff anymore. The truth of the matter is is that the style of the worship. That really is important. What really matters is. Where's our heart when we worship and that is really what is the determining factor and so as we talk about praise and worship and and that aspect of Making our adoration towards God expressive What should that look like and what I WANNA do is. I think it's important as always. I just go to scripture and see what scripture would have us understand about all of this and when we go back into the scripture we find out the actually in the Hebrew language. There are seven words for worship. Yeah you heard me seven and you know that number we attribute to perfection and so wouldn't it stand reason that God would have served expressions of that and so what I want you to want to highlight what those are today? And as I do that I just wanted to begin to ask yourself. Am I engaged in these things now? It doesn't mean that we have to use all of these but these are all acceptable forms of worship to God and are things we should do and some involve our voice. Some involve our hands some involve Other posh irs but the thing is we need to engage our physical body in worship. Not just our spirit. God wants us to worship him with everything that's within US right The psalmist told us that right. Bless the Lord Oh my soul and all that is within me bless his holy name and so that includes I buy that includes our emotions that includes our mind that includes our spirit. All those things have got to be engaged but as we look at the definitions of the words that were used in the Hebrew language for worship. They are very powerful. Very import frazar sand. The first one I WANNA highlight this. Hal and this means to rave upon the Lord. It's to celebrate. Its to even act what they would say is clamor asleep foolish before the Lord and I'm not saying that means we should just eat. I'll just do whatever and that you know the more foolish it looks the more praise worthiness but that carries what this concept of even dance the dancing before in fact we find that The wonderful king. David happened to of dance before the Lord on more than one occasion and so it's to celebrate him and it's to express it even through dance. We got word Hallelujah. From this word Hullo and when Paul talks about being filled with the spirit he compared it actually tell most being intoxicated right inefficient chapter five or say so it can look sometimes a little foolish and But the thing is we want. It's not about looking foolish for. Lord is willing being willing to make higher price so expressive. We do not care what people think that are around about us. Another word that we see for worship is the word Yada which means to lift open hands to God with love. Faith trust in. Thanks okay it. It's expressed in Sam chapter seven for seventeen. Says I will give to the Lord. Thanks Sam Forty. Two ELEVEN WORTH SAYS. Why are you cast down my soul? Praise him or Psalm. Sixty three four. I will lift up my hands in praise of you and so to lift up our hands in holy praised to God is a wonderful expression again. Some people might not feel comfortable doing that. They might black. I don't want to accept that I feel self conscious. Well I guess my question would be this. Why are you self conscious is in our worship really supposed to be towards God and to please him until I would encourage you if you get to that place? Where God's telling you to raise your hands raise your hands. In fact I'm amazed sometimes people that sometimes mice in Church Nat Be expressive with their worship. They may stay there with their hands in their pockets her twiddling their thumbs but when they're home alone they will worship with hands raised to God. My question would be if you're doing it at home. Why are you not doing it when you get together with your brothers and sisters in Christ isn't God worthy of the same praise and so yeah lift up your hands? In holy praise to God? In other words we find Somare which is touched the streams and to sing songs of praise with our instruments. Okay and so two and it might save while dramas and a stringed instrument while God wants us to bring answers and talked about bringing tampering which is a percussion instrument right so we want to present music to the Lord God is worthy other. We we sing praise and we serenade those that we love here on this earth. Why shouldn't God even receive that right so we want to praise him instrumentally With whatever we have now if you don't play an instrument doesn't mean you have to learn one but I have personally found through a lot of piano playing. That is my one place where I really sense of closeness with God More frequently than any other. Not that I don't meet with him in other ways like through and through the word and things like that but there's something about playing a piano in which is my instrument of choice Before the Lord as holy as until the Lord That God's seems to fell as he does. All of the forms of of worship. The next one is Toyota is to praise him with extended hands surprise him with aspiration or do agree and give thanks for who he is so As much as know the other one might be like accent hints. This is an axle extending and reaching Al to him. Just nick full agreement with who he is and what he has done and we see this in clashes One thirteen he has delivered us from the power of darkness and translated us into the Kingdom of the son of his love. Right and so we're spend with extended hands then we have Shebek to joyfully. Shout the testimonies of God. Now this is for those of us that are not musically inclined notice. This did not.

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"sam forty" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

06:26 min | 2 years ago

"sam forty" Discussed on KTRH

"Right as we continue George Papadopoulos his wife Simone I remember their book deep state target it's up on Hannity dot com all right so you spent the the two weeks and you know how many days total was that you told me it wasn't that bad right hello you know what was about to let you put in like our records you were put in a minimal security president little more freedom Simona I understand was there every single day right and came to see after hours on end yes there was there and my consulate by the way you owe her a really really good Christmas gift for that just saying all right so here's my question what do you what do you both what are your next steps but doesn't this was me I'd be suing everybody that's okay next week my subject and I think it should go for it based on I mean no we need to to make you know to to as well as making the people pay for what they did is on the way they are trying to for two years that one line but it is also a story of these unions George will talk about values conventional around and the idea came out my own business woman I created a special line of my statement is not a cold like activity Montana misstatement use what you want Q. last because you were in a sense and the we want to make a statement with positive box let me ask this have you talked to your lawyers not only about potential lawsuits have you talk to a lawyer is about overturning your plea Dale I don't know because you spend your ready serve your time is is there any recourse available where you can have this short of a partner something that you can legally have this overturned in a court in other words an appeal I have a so I have a a great new legal team and not here to York and we're looking at all options and we didn't think on that was the right move to trying our withdrawal from the guilty plea at the time of the clearly now with all of this new exculpatory information that's coming out this egregious conduct off from the DOJ and the F. B. I. are conducted against my soften and the campaign there were looking into all our you know record all right now whether I got to go I I but I don't I don't I don't mean to cut you sure I'm gonna break here but you're running in Katy hill's district out in California that that's a pretty heavy democratic district isn't it well here's here's the good news about that before Katie whole resigned the Republican held it for twenty six years and up the report and the Democrats pump six point five million dollars it's raised it's a purple district there's a lot of grassroots us right give me your give me your website I gotta go people want to say hi hello to both the you've got what is actually about people want to support my campaign is W. W. W. dot George for Congress dot com help me take California back to make that's a great only telling people to say hello I'm not telling people to donate because then they'll look then I'll be arrested have to spend two weeks in jail anyway thank you so much and congradulations to both you wish you the best of luck we're gonna follow your race closely when when the time comes eight hundred nine four one Shawn when we come back wide open telephones your calls comments questions yes it's madness week it's not the swamp I don't feel one I am not one negative feelings at all let the weather they want to jump out of the plane and and into an empty pulled all right ahead that's your choice we'll continue your Houston news weather or traffic plus breaking news twenty four seven this is news radio seven forty K. T. R. H. radio station Democrats and impeachment coming down the chimney I'm Corey Olson at four thirty am news radio seven forty K. T. R. H. traffic and weather together here sky Mike I sixty nine downtown your East Texas elevated Sam forty five that would be a really bad place first all vehicle this is I sixty nine downtown south down the ramp to forty five I do not the sole reason that these tax elevated packed up to sixteen minutes south bound track I'm going to go put the former friend advertised on your own sixty four degrees say good ten re shy of that through midweek mainly clear sky for this evening it's cold and windy lo dip down the mid to upper thirties Winchell's blow that thirty degree mark Sonny much colder for your Tuesday high struggle low to mid fifties that gusty north wind then sunshine not as windy free Wednesday a touch warmer highs upper fifties I mean Ross Todd work weather channel fifty four now cloudy skies the key to your rates nasco gaming twenty four hour weather center KTRE news time four thirty one the news brought to you by top tax defenders our top story the house rules committee will meet tomorrow to set procedures for the impeachment debate in the full house which is expected to take place Wednesday democratic leaders in the house one have a final vote on impeachment sometime Wednesday if it passes it would go to the Senate for national security adviser Michael Flynn said to be since January twenty eighth one accepted a plea deal on charges of lying to the FBI two years ago but has since insisted he was entrapped into accepting that deal by federal prosecutors and the FBI Reese's peanut butter cups most popular Christmas candy twelve states voted the many cups is their favorite candy store dot com reports a tied for number two eight states like reindeer record another eagle for peppermint bark on Wall Street good start to the week the Dow gained one hundred points to close at twenty eight thousand to thirty five the nasdaq added seventy nine the S. and P. five hundred up twenty two crude oil it's sixty dollars twenty two cents a barrel our next updated five o'clock now more the Sean Hannity show I'm Corey Olson on newsradio seven forty K. 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"sam forty" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

07:50 min | 2 years ago

"sam forty" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Season news haven't talked about her for awhile Alexandria case you Cortez Democrat congresswoman New York. so she's firing back at another congressman this is Steve came from Iowa Republicans so it's a Sievers is Steve king. this is late last night after he tweeted a video of himself drinking water from one of those sink slash drinking fountains slash toilet devices. that are under detention centers that were installed during the Obama years. you know the ones that a see visit in and she I guess was so confused. she somehow thought that you're drinking from a toilet I mean she made her fault she let her followers believe. that migrants are actually drinking water from a toilet now it's possible that the migrants could have been totally confused and I I don't mean to sound like a smart aleck here but I'm serious a lot of these people coming up from Central America. have never seen it too I have never used a toilet their life she realize that don't you they've never used the toilet. they they don't know what plumbing is they don't know what indoor plumbing it's they've never they've never had the opportunity to use it. so it's very possible that they could have been mistaken but I'm looking at this unit there is there's the toilet. complete with just his seat ball the whole deal. and then back where the with the take would be it's it's an elongated tank and on the top of the take there is a saying. with the hot water cold water just a handle and then a faucet end with the push of a button there's a drinking fountain so to me this is a really whoever invented this is like okay we need an all purpose plumbing device that is easily placed within a facility cost as little as possible as little plumbing is necessary as possible so the cost efficient this is it. this is it A. O. C. sees this I guess she can't figure it out she said they're drinking from toilets no they're not right so Steve king tweets video of himself drinking water from the sink which is attached attached to the toilet at the migrant detention center. and he actually says Hey. I took a drink it actually was pretty good. Hey sees sees this and she goes ballistic. and she said he said she said regarding speaking they're so anti immigrant to they risk they risk pinkeye to show off that they don't do the reading I don't know she's referring to but somehow she thinks that by drinking from a water fountain adjacent a sink that's right next to a toilet you're gonna get pinkeye. somebody should let all of the inmates in our for our jails and prisons system know that then because a lot of them use the think about the toilet because it's a very similar set up to watch close brush teeth and what not so they have the similar type set ups and prisons yes okay yeah it's good it's it's. active yeah it's efficient it saves space we don't have much of it okay and again you know you would think some of these immigrants are set while the Zytek if there's anything like this is my life goal. but a seagoing were AOC loves to go now can we talk about this please yes we can mascot madness. so college mask out to college mascots a colleges around the country are in the cross hairs. the one that I just think it's hilarious this is George Washington University. Washington DC George Washington University. V. the George Washington sports teams are known as the colonials the colonials beat out like the colonists the colonials George Washington was a colonist. and the mascot is actually a George Washington like character. he's called the colonial. and because this mascot has a quote unquote deep connection to colonization. university. is looking to remove the colonial mascot as their mascot. let's just erase history shall we as students are saying that they must remove the mascot because the mascot called glorifies the act of systemic oppression. well then I think we better rename Washington DC I think you better go out to the the left coast and renamed the state of Washington uhhuh. veteran name the at Washington Redskins the whole black hole organizations gotta go double boiler plate out issue wow now we've also got the mascot name Denver boot Denver but now people have heard of Daniel Boone he was a real person. Daniel Boone if the university of Denver they've got Denver Boone Denver phone. and of course this is become controversy as well because Denver bone is the mascot for the university of Denver pioneers. and the word pioneer. is also well deem to be racist. next Long Beach state university who are California State University Long Beach long standing prospector Pete. well if you remember he was relieved of his duties last year because he represented the California Gold Rush. where's university president put it was a time in history with the indigenous peoples of California and George subjugation violence and threats of genocide so if they're get rid of pike prospector Pete. who is who is a forty niner you know forty nine R. the eighteen for the gold rush then when they get a move to talk to the NFL about the San Francisco forty writers and what's that little mascot's name with our Sam sourdough Sam. prospector paid sourdough Sam forty niner. get it is about a little bread discriminatory to I'm you know what all the whole wheat breads that yes our breads white that's pretty yeah yeah micrographs it I think it's so the entire state of Maine is placed an outright ban on any mascot the quote depicts or refers to a native American tribe. they say such mascots are a source of pain and anguish for native American communities and you know what every time we've ever talked about this in case of off and on over the years we get native Americans calling is I have no problem with this in fact you know calling them the Braves or the warriors is kind of in in building right yeah empowering it's it's speaks not of wimps but a brave people yeah the war is going to change their name with the right right now there you go the warriors absolutely. we've got James hers in our guy from Hollywood coming up in the next half hour plus Katie's gonna get you up to date on that situation on interstate eighty with the chick peas the chick and try out the fire the back of state too hi it's Jamie progresses employee of the month to month in a row leave a message at the hi Jamie me Danny I just had a new idea for our song what the name your price tool so when it's like tell us what you want to pay. from bone was what wine you say will be found coverage options to fit your budget then we just all the finger snaps will acquire goes he was coming after they've come at Jeff yes no maybe anyway see a practice tonight I.

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"sam forty" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

10:23 min | 3 years ago

"sam forty" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"With the FBI as original mind hunter, Mark. Thank you for joining us. Thank you, Jim. Let's start with in that subtitle, the FBI's original mind hunter, who is that. Well, that's my writing partner. John douglas. He was the FBI agent who really came up with the operation lie DEA of behavioral. Profiling he's the one that all the fictional characters are based on. But as we tried to show in this book, the truth is both stranger and more horrifying than fiction, but really important to know I think, just, I guess, of definitions of terms, here, serial killers, for most of us that somebody means somebody who kills several people. And beyond that, I don't know that we could really define what is a serial killer, such. Well, technically the definition is to kill more than one person. The FBI now says to they used to say three, it's generally people who kill somebody and then have a cooling off, period. And then kill again, but the important thing is these are not motives, that normal people associate with crime, like, particularly trying to rob somebody, these are predatory killers these people can kill for the pleasure of it for the emotional satisfaction. They are actually predators. That's, that's remarkable. I think most of us can feel some understanding if not sympathy with, but some understanding, okay? So they robbed a seven eleven log, and they should be prosecuted. But, but the Y is their money. They're okay. Whereas just to walk up to somebody and kill them or, or in some other way. Kill them. I think for most of us, that's rather repulsive notion. I we know what's in it for me the most base motives, imaginable. I cannot imagine ever doing that. I just don't see what, what is it a sense of power? I mean, what is it that people who do this derive? Absolutely. We say there were three of factors that control these people. It's manipulation domination and control. That's what they're interested in this is the most important thing in their lives. They take great pleasure and satisfaction for this one moment in their life being able to control another person's life being able to have complete domination over them. And what we did in this book is, we took a deep dive into the process that actually began behavioral profiling, which is go into the prisons, go into the penitentiaries and interview, the people who have actually done, these things, give them sort of this is your life treat. And find out what was going on in their minds before during and after the crime and correlate that with what was going on with the evidence that's left at the crime scene at the body dumpsites. Okay. We're the federal prison. Authorities cooperative willing those days they were this goes back to the nineteen seventies, Jim I'm still going on today. But that's when it started. And in those days, what happened was John Douglas and his partner. Bob wrestler, as is shown, in the Netflix series mind hunter. That's based on our first book together, they would go into the penitentiaries when they were doing these roads schools, which they send FBI agents out to teach local police forces and sheriff's offices, FBI techniques, and while they were out there, John got the idea. Let's see what prisons are available. What penitentiaries and let's actually go to talk to the perpetrators, see what they have to tell us and surprisingly most of them were. We're willing to talk and most of them gave really good insightful information strangers. That sounds I'm wondering how many of them were eager to talk, which is to say art. I somebody look at this now I not only caused all this havoc. And, and like, but, but now I got a big shot writers, FBI agents. Asking riot opinion. I'm wondering how many of them are really into talking to you? Well, that's certainly that certainly a motivation. I mean when you are a killer in prison for life, you don't get many visitors and so a lot of them were board. A lot of them did want to relive the fantasy of what they'd been through some of them thought, maybe it would give them set them better with the prison authorities, if they cooperated, of course, they didn't want the prison population to know because then they'd be perceived a snitch is. But which they weren't. But so John and Bob, we're very careful about not letting on what they were doing to the outside world. But yeah, there were a lot of different reasons why these. Offenders decided to cooperate in a particular names, you would care to drop of people who contributed to this short will the, the first one was a guy named Ed Kemper was known as the co Ed killer in Santa Cruz, California. He would pick up young women who went to the university, there, and sexually molest them, and then kill them. And if any of you all have seen the first season of mind hunter on Netflix. He figures prominently, and he gave them a tremendous amount of insight. Others include people. You've heard of Charles Manson, David Berkowitz the son of Sam forty four caliber killer in New York City, John Wayne gay, see who, who killed thirty three young men, I believe in Chicago. Richard speck who killed the student, nurses, Ted Bundy, of course. And then they also went and interviewed assassin types like your Hans here. Hon, Mark David Chapman, who assassinated, John Lennon, James Earl Ray, who assassinated Martin Luther King squeaky from and Sara Jane Moore, who tried to assassinate president Ford. So this was a pretty complete list of, of the offenders that were available at the time. Wow. I dare say one eight six six five O, JIMBO is our number and DeMarco shaker, I guessed an EMMY, award winning documentary, filmmaker and author of a number of works. And with the John Douglas, the aforementioned original FBI mind hunter. Is written the killer across the table. And as we go to a call here, I have to ask that, that, that the title of this book, we're aware that the serial killers exist, there, most of them would like to think that they are not sitting there across the table from us. Well, that's an interesting point because we could ask all the time, do these killers have remorse, or they sorry and by and large. They're sorry. They got caught. That's it. Yeah. Now that would have been my my assumption. This is David who calls in from Creston, Iowa on the Jim Bohannon show with our guest, Marco shaker good evening. David. I've got a question for you. Your gift there. We used to learn with candidates, and there was a guy by my name, but he was known as a teacher. Dennis Rader these in the book. Well, and we were there when he was all set and the interesting thing that they caught him on. I think if you look the stamp per daughter stamp on a letter that he was sent it in and they did have DNA from a prior murder, you know, but. Long time before they caught him. You know, don't Klute and the Valerie Butler, so interesting. Dr worked for the police department. I think I'm not true. I've been a long time. Well, let's let our guest offer some more thoughts about this particular example in the book. Again, we're talking about the BT TK strangler Dennis Rader, and I don't recall what the initials Btk k stood for stood for bind torture, and kill. And he decided on those himself, he didn't like the fact that the son of Sam had his own had his own moniker, and he didn't. And so he proposed that to the media, and your guest is almost right about what happened. He was not a policeman. He wanted to be he was a police, one of the he was actually in a municipal enforcement officer. He was the kind of guy who would give you a ticket. If your dog was running off the leash or if your grass was too long, so he had he had inflated sense of his own power. No question. And while DNA did figure into his capture or his identification, eventually. What actually led to his capture was he had been inactive for a while, for reasons that we, we discuss in the book, and then he couldn't take it anymore. He had to start communicating with the public and he sent a audio disc of he, he asked through intermediary sources through the newspapers. If a disc could be traced, and the police detective who was sort of fronting. The case said, no, it can't be. So he sent this disc with information on it. And of course, it could be traced. And they traced him actually to his church. And that's how they caught him. And when he was finally caught, and he said that the detective, why did you lie to me? This is a man who had killed ten people horribly. And he said, why did you lie to me and the detective said because I wanted to catch you that shows how little. Heavily your understanding rather heavy. It was a game. Exactly. Just so we understand each other at one point. He actually carried a minor league badge. Is that right? He absolutely did. And he he and he had a municipal car, which he used a cruise the streets looking for victims or what he would call his project, but Jim this shows you how narcissistic, these people are heath considered himself, sort of the opposite number and equal of this detective. And so when the detective turned on him he was shocked. More to come. I mean, this is the kind of stuff you could find in the book, the killer across the table. A lot of this is John dropping one eight six six five O, JIMBO one eight six six five five four six two six. We'll be back with more.

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"sam forty" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

03:13 min | 3 years ago

"sam forty" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Almost twenty hours of negotiating. We have a deal between DPS and it's teacher's union DPS superintendent Susannah Cordova joins us live to talk about good morning. Good morning guys. You guys must be absolutely exhausted. What was the last remaining sticking point that you had resolve? So you know, we actually had a lot of really good alignment and agreement. We spent quite a bit of time sort of like, wrapping up loose ends doing some cosmetic fixes, and then really kind of leaned into how we could ensure that we were putting more money into our base salaries for teachers while at the same time incentivizing teachers who work in our title one schools in our highest priority schools in any negotiation. It's a give and take kind of meet in the middle. But I get the sense that that both sides seem to be really happy or maybe because you're just exhausted tired just really relieved that that. It's done. It's it's put to bed. Well, I'm certainly relieved that it's done. And I I just can't say enough about how collaborative our teachers were in working with us. You know, obviously, they have really deep passionate beliefs about what was important, and it was really I think by the time, we were, you know, getting. Through to the end. It was really clear what was most important to both of our sites, and we both I think we're able to make movement to help reach a common. Ground. Would this have gotten done this quickly without the teachers walking out? Well, you know, it's hard for me to say, you know, I only joined the group in January in terms of negotiating, and frankly, I think we made more movement since the start of the calendar year than we had made in the fourteen months prior to that. So can't say I understand why they're frustrated, and you know, the it's hard to be working at something for fourteen months. You're like it's not moving very quickly. And I I get that. You know, I I wish we could have done this before there was a strike, but I'm really really pleased. How quickly we were able to wrap it up. You know, once let's get started. How long is this deal in place now, and are and is there anything provisions that you prevent this moving forward that that maybe it's not handled this way. Yeah. So we have a tentative agreement right now. Both Henry remind the DC chip president nice signed the tentative agreement this morning. It covers the next three years. So that's good news and the union membership will have the opportunity to ratify this by vote to put it into effect. Teachers, of course, won't be penalized. If they don't work today. They also won't be paid as they haven't all week long during the strike. What do you think it's gonna look like today in in PS schools will most teachers likely be they're hard to say, you know, by the time, we got an agreement. It was so late that we knew that it was going to be challenging to get the word out to everybody. You know, our hope is our teachers are back. We know how much are students miss them. And we know it's you know, I I've been saying long. It's never a normal day when your regular classroom teacher, isn't there with you. Our goal is to try to get things back to normal as quickly as possible. Well, a superintendent thank you for your time. And again, congratulations to the teachers as well getting a deal done. That's good news. So much. Thank you. Sam forty five sports time.

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"sam forty" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

02:50 min | 3 years ago

"sam forty" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"WBZ newsroom. This is WBZ news. Forty seven degrees in clear skies acting attorney. General Matthew Whitaker says he hasn't talked about the Russian that station with the president took control. The Justice department in November as is in charge of overseeing special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation during a house hearing today Whitaker noted he has been fully briefed on the Muller probe per refused to discuss specifics Virginia Lieutenant governor Justin Fairfax is facing a second allegation of sexual assault through her attorney. Meredith Watson said Fairfax raped her when they were students at Duke University in two thousand Fairfax is denying the latest sexual assault allegation made against him. He issued a statement through a spokesperson that claims it is demonstrably false Virginia. Governor Ralph Northam still maintains that he won't resign. The democrat has resisted numerous calls for his resignation over a controversy of racist. Photo appearing on his page in a medical school yearbook. Democrats in the state Senate issued a statement today saying that it must be their actions. Not their words that lift up the voices. That have been silenced for far too long. Police have identified a suspect in a shooting near the Fall River Justice center last month on January twenty second Fall River police responding to reports of a shooting on south main street, the suspect fled the area immediately after the shooting and no injuries were reported. Police have identified and obtained in arrest warrant for eighteen year-old Rodney's e jet evolve ever Jettas wanted on numerous charges, and is considered armed and dangerous. Anyone who sees jet or has information Astros whereabouts is asked to call nine one one immediately a picture of Jack can be seen on the WB app. And in New Bedford man with previous drug arrests is facing new charges following a rate of his apartment Thursday afternoon. Just after five pm New Bedford police narcotics executed a search warrant for a cocaine distribution service operating out of two thirty nine Sawyer street. The detectives discovered over six hundred grams of marijuana over seventeen grams of crack cocaine at one thousand nine hundred dollars in cash they arrested the occupant of the apartment Thirty-seven-year-old Luis Mendez and charge them with multiple drug offenses, including possession to distribute a class b drug possession to distribute a class d drug and conspiracy to violate drug laws. News time now six thirty three in WBZ sports. The Bruins begin a three game homestand tomorrow afternoon against the kings. The Celtics hosts the clippers tomorrow night. We're in the thirties. Tracking a storm for next Tuesday. It looks to bring a variety of precipitation to the area from the ABC six weather center chief meteorologist, Jeff new Bedford's news talk station, fourteen twenty WBZ Sam forty seven degrees with clear skies right now. I'm Tim Weisberg. For WBZ news. Stay up to date with new Bedford's news talk station. Fourteen twenty.

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"sam forty" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

03:54 min | 3 years ago

"sam forty" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"And you start running typically you're not good at burning fat because your diet and the hike in the cards and your diet, you get into this rut this cycle where you you go out and you run forty five minutes on the treadmill or on the track. And then you come home and you're hungry because you burn through all your carbohydrates getting burnt to that much fat you burn through all the cards. And so the brain goes, well, you know, we don't know how to burn fat, and we're dependent on carbs. So we'd better start eating more carbs get out there and do it again tomorrow. And so you get on this this treadmill literally of eating carbs than going to the gym next day and burning them off and then eating carbs at night and burning them off the next day. And it's such a such a rut. And I see people four five years into a program at the gym. And they still have the same twenty five pounds lose except now. Now, the wait is gigli. Now, it's jiggling all over the place. So. The way to do. It is with high intensity training. It's with. Yeah. A little bit of cardio, but but not making cardio the focus if you program, and it's mostly training your body become good burning fat. So when you become good at burning fat, then you can start to do some some cardio and in my book, primal, endurance. I recognized this huge issue. And I and I coach people on how to re train the body to burn fat and burn t tones and then to train when you're doing cardio train at a at a low enough heart rate that you're always mostly burning fat and the other thing that people do when they when they do cardio as they probably train too hard. Their heart rate is too high and all of a sudden a whole casket hormonal events takes place that again causes them to burn glycogen instead of fat and puts them in this what we call the black hole of training where they're not going slow enough to burn fat, and they're going fast enough to build muscle into build strength and speed and power. So in primal, endurance. We say do the do the slow stuff slower and longer and do the hard stuff shorter and harder shorter and faster, and that way, you put together a well trained sort of middle ground that gives you the aerobic capacity fat burning capacity the power the maximum sustained power and the top end speed and the heart rate. We're looking at what one thirty five one forty five for the slow use which is pretty it's it's it's pretty reliable is one eighty minus your age is the maximum heart rate at which you should do cardio. If you wanna just burn mostly fat now people will say well. Jeez. Mark. I mean, I'm I tried that. I mean, I'm used to run in seven minute miles, Mark. But then I did your program, and when I do it, and I'm and I'm doing one eighty minus. You know, my age Sam forty years old. I do my match heart was one forty. I can only do like twelve minute miles. I'm almost walking what is up with. That. And I well, my answer is well, it's proof that you're really good at burning sugar because you can run seven minute miles when you want to at a high heart rate, but you suck at burning fat. So what happens is over time. This same person who's training. It a match rate a one forty now he's running twelve minute miles, but three weeks later, he's running eleven minute miles at the same heart rate at one forty so you let the one forty dictate the speed at which you go, right? And then three weeks later, he's running nine and a half minute miles at the heart rate at one forty and before you know, it he's running seven and a half minute miles at the heart rate at one forty now when he tries to go faster in his old heart rate at one sixty now or one sixty five or seventy now, he's running six minute miles because he's better burning fat, and he's officially is improved. So that so that he's he's able to stave off the depletion of glycogen. And now he's getting ninety nine percent of his energy from his stored body fat and temperature. From glycogen versus his old way of running which was to get sixty five percent of his calories..

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