24 Burst results for "Shanta"

"shanta" Discussed on Mocha Minutes

Mocha Minutes

03:48 min | 3 months ago

"shanta" Discussed on Mocha Minutes

"Imagine a fifteen or sixteen year old depending on the us thinking process of having to fight a twenty eight year old and others and her foster mother calling to have her beat up. Mike is little sister is the one who made the nine one one. Call three days straight all by herself. I'm sure mci was extremely scared but felt she had to be brave and protect herself by any means necessary. This information has come out in the media just yet but if the investigation is done properly and there's transparency you all will hear about it have the cop taste. Her simply attempted to stop her from stabbing the girl he could found that out. And that's why he along with the foster mother. An all is one of these All the all the adults are at fault. And that's all. I have to say so. There was.

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"shanta" Discussed on Mocha Minutes

Mocha Minutes

05:35 min | 3 months ago

"shanta" Discussed on Mocha Minutes

"Yeah that's great and all that but what have you done for the folks who don't have voices you know who don't have voice of the people who wanna right people who take out billboards to be your stuff and you're like oh my god. Why are you doing that. But then you hired her. I'm like so it worked is what you're saying. I'm cool on tyler. Perry for a million different reasons. Pass what everybody makes. Fun of is like do i like that. You help people to pandemic absolutely because that is a humanitarian thing. But i really wish like your work. You would edit yourself when you talk. 'cause i'm like i don't think you realize how that sounds and it's pretty fucked up like we need to stop hating each other. But i'm bill my own table. Fuck these white people. I'm sorry. Wait what's and i'm like an also. Why are you actually acting like it wasn't because outside was closed last summer all of a sudden why people like. Oh my god. There's racism and not elaine. My god where the hell by been in your white bubble bitch like act like literally we had to have a global pandemic still had to shut down for people to risk for white people to realize what we say. Black lives matter is because when something happens to the us. Y'all act like it's not a big deal that's on my stands on some is next for nine minutes and thirty six seconds. Yes thank you trial for clearing that up. That's living burned into my brain. I wish it didn't live there. Rent free that that is not okay. Literally the only reason why it's more why people on us out of this is fucked up is because y'all can't argue against it does no. You could argue against for some reason. Y'all argued against tamir rice in some weird ass reason. Yeah argued against mike brown. Your argues against eric garner. You argued against travel martin. Who was not killed by police officer but literally. He gets the same kind of privilege which interesting for this. You couldn't because literally was closed outside and nothing else to focus on and all them shows were on break. 'cause it's a pandemic they stop filming and outside close you're like oh my god. This is what black people go through.

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"shanta" Discussed on Mocha Minutes

Mocha Minutes

05:59 min | 3 months ago

"shanta" Discussed on Mocha Minutes

"Besides baby boy was done by john. Singleton that was her first big seen her bursts. Our first big thousand one was done by john singleton which means that. You didn't discover her. Yeah she may not have gotten another roles but she got another role regardless. because she's a fucking star. You did nothing with her but put her in these movies. Where she was just south thing he couches it in. I discovered her which is not true. You're right it's not shaves. Losing like i got top billing taliban movie and this made a whole bunch of money. So when i ask for more money and he's white movies they give it to me. Why because perry has very low budget but then he makes like forty fifty million dollars at the box office. And it's like oh well you're bankable stars so yeah let's make sense. Yeah what i'm saying. Is why would white folks give you money just because you were in a tyler. Perry movie most folks. I know what it'd be like go back. Well i'm talking about like the the the bankable box office numbers. I think it's just the money i am. It's just the money. no. I'm not debate net at all. I'm just angry at him for thinking that his this is why immigrants. No yo ass. He'd be like what you're you're you're you're discounting all at our talented by saying that them being in your head exactly. This is the part that i have a problem. Because i didn't even realize he said viola davis and i'm like so i had the issue with you saying vile excuse me the the black excellent. The black excellence that viola. Davis is your lucky show. Make no fucking music. 'cause she'd been the e got by now so for you to be like you claiming this for viola ex like she been fucking doing this for god knows how long and also she wasn't sean land for how many us making sean delaying better. I mean she had carried everybody else. However it's like it's vile a fucking davis queen of screen and fater. I know you fucking line if you think in that because she was in my movie. I'm like you mean the ran. Random movie Madeup fame media goes to jail. I'm glad you said it. Because i wonder what movie she was in. She was a medieval she was. I'm trying to. She was like a therapist or a police. I don't know what the fuck she was because she he had. Derek luganda literally the best cryer i've ever seen in my life. You'd fucking antoine fisher in your in. Your movie is interesting. You aim listed him. You like you either album. Did not get where he was because he was in daddy's little girls..

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"shanta" Discussed on Mocha Minutes

Mocha Minutes

03:08 min | 3 months ago

"shanta" Discussed on Mocha Minutes

"At the bt wards a few years ago he said this while everybody was fighting for a seat at the table talking about hashtag oscarssowhite oscar. So why. I said y'all go ahead and do that. But while you're fighting before seated at table i'll be down in atlanta building my own when i started hiring raji viola davis in egypt's elba idris egg like hell. No i'm sorry. He gives you the miraculous. I don't know her. I don't know they couldn't get jobs in this town but god blessed me to be in a position to be able to hire them. I was trying to help somebody cross in a time when in a time where my counterparts were making way. More than i was tyler. Perry was the first. Pay me my work. That is what to raji head and to a certain extent he is. Yeah because because he got top billing in tyler perry movie because of a maze so much it was easy for having her to have the discussion so i actually give that to trust me. I'm tyler perry also said every dreamer in this room. There are people whose lives are tied into your dream on your stuff on your business on your way. So it's very interesting that you're saying something different to not apples and oranges. But it's very interesting from tyler. Perry so i've always had a problem when we talked about this before if i'm not mistaking the whole idea of the building of a table which is cool. You know laundry inviting other people to sit at like you can't build your own table and then be like this. New golden state will yes. Just you need a writing table. Sir and editing tape ahead right right like if you have these the your your crowing about how you couldn't now shows like sisters words all black women but you're the only rider so there's nobody to bounce your bullshit off though the you're not helping anybody. Yeah you're out now black actors and actresses but you're not helping now black writers elmore now. Yeah black directors help this whole other genre. People were looking for a way through. Because you don't want to give up that power even though you get more power your mother motherfucking. So that's why. I had to take a big gulp. It's like it was coming. It's like let's go. Let's death because every single time that he says he's doing something he's really not and there's a ton of people out there who will say well. I've done this this person. But that benefited you too rod. You became a star not because of you but in spite of you because honestly i still don't know how she got on their goddamn boat and this is and i told somebody else's this is why i am never gonna watch that movie. I'm like you're not going to get to jokes. I'm like no. I'm i'm pretty. I'm on upticks. What the jokes are is. I'm not doing this. I don't know no no don't wanna know because then i'm going to be mad in fact that caused interviewed his ass and he still didn't answer the question and it was just like so nigga you know how she got on the boat either..

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"shanta" Discussed on Mocha Minutes

Mocha Minutes

04:58 min | 3 months ago

"shanta" Discussed on Mocha Minutes

"Going to go forward this bitch on her story. I'm sorry this this lady. I kind of like her her leo tattoo but she has a whole story of her being tattooed. And i'm sitting here like you know. If you had just taught theresa do this you could. You could save some money because you know you into him doing these things but she also has up in our story wait. Let me get this. I'm supposed to seek validation with my life from your mother fuckers. I don't know who got it. And i'm like but ma'am you are public looking at her pictures and a few things one. She looks very young. She looks very very young to all of her picture. She has a really nice like she has nice thighs. And a nice zeke. Well she and she's he's she's taking pictures. That are what we used to call her. Straps snow seems like she's out there like you said for the attention like one hundred percent. She she's our dominican. Leo allegedly several others. I could list. I'll go look for that list. I literally will search for any other dominican woman who is leo and i mean i don't know if she was getting these Getting these numbers in her. You know these numbers as far as her pictures or whatnot before tirees for shirt down. Maybe she's just you know caught up in the rapture of of being in this relationship and having notoriety because of him and and because of what she's already doing but yeah so you know it's really funny now. We're all old enough to remember how res made it a point to rail against plastic surgery. Make up in here. And i'm looking at his choice of girlfriend and i'm like yes. This is why. I know y'all full of shit y'all full of shit. Stop this. y'all full of shit on the why y'all be is seen a bonus internet line like a bunch of niggers that lie..

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"shanta" Discussed on Mocha Minutes

Mocha Minutes

05:13 min | 3 months ago

"shanta" Discussed on Mocha Minutes

"I didn't want that to get out there. Don't get mad at her. Don't samer don't do anything like that. It'd like oh. I wanna let you know that ray point isn't something to be proud of in hindsight. That's what i got. But i was focus on other things in my career. Yeah if you go to college this is what you should be looking to attain this the lesson that he could have happened instead he wants to pander to the public like he's always done and that's why chad oto single point to in my opinion because the nigga stupid. It's interesting that he's saying that. This is trolling. I'm like but you're putting up. What you're saying is a conversation between you daughter. No one asks for this right you. You're now you're saying i'm just trolling. I'm like maybe we don't care about you. I don't care brandon marshall right. It's like this. Is my you and brandon marshall goddamn goofy yelling on youtube and brandon. Marshall is dead ass wrong about this and the fact that he's like men don't apologize as he sat there and didn't apologize is so super weird. We like you're not apologizing. You ain't shit. I don't know you don't know nothing nigger you just got your wayward lock and you yelling next to andre johnson. Saying anal. difference than me him i think. He said he run fast. And andre johnson's like nick. How have you lost your goddamn line. There's a lot of different ways this could have been handled and he just chose the wrong way. It's like you it's like oh you could just kept it in your group chat. It's like fuck you anyway. So really what. It is keeping group chest keeping address. Visit your charts message. You realized your text messages are only because you told and okay so another person who literally literally people literally could go to hell is tower. So i saw this on twitter to say what is he was wise shaven. His girlfriend kuchie on instagram. Said i what.

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"shanta" Discussed on Mocha Minutes

Mocha Minutes

04:19 min | 3 months ago

"shanta" Discussed on Mocha Minutes

"This is how it goes. This is supposed to be a real show we are. We are like professional content creators. but we're also meets tanai are one and a half of. I think we're moving up to at least two and one third but again johnny. Three one force of this. I've known you since four and a quarter. I'm just comfortable here okay. I am in an element though. I just want to let you know where you are. You're the show title. I am otis. I am. I'm not even i'm not even fronton are qualms if i died tomorrow. I would note that the show was in great hands. And i keep everytime we do show on single simulcasts. I ask shanta why she won't do certain things on the podcast and that's not me trying to force her to do things on a podcast. That's me giving her ideas. From when i thought and retire like sante yours. Now what you going to do with it. I talked about tarot cards. When i told you about. When i talk about this bomb. They got us out. She's like okay so right so much but let's get started so we're going to start with giving them give them their roses so this has been always a fun part. I love giving people that roses meaning people that are still ear and i gotta give them roses because my god sometimes. It's like the work that y'all do baby good to hell luck everybody. So the first set of rules. I wanna give is to rashawn and sean because one. They won their here. And to as i always can just talk to them and i tell we're this and he'll be like oh what you talking about. I don't know what to say it but in year one. I was literally thinking about stopping and i was like i don't know and then we're like i like your show. You're doing a good job and it was at a moment where i was just like. This shit is not working. And i don't even know why i'm doing it so i tell everybody is like if it wasn't for a johnny..

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Dr. Andrew Weil - Spontaneous Happiness

The Ultimate Health Podcast

04:40 min | 1 year ago

Dr. Andrew Weil - Spontaneous Happiness

"Doctor Wyle. Welcome back to the show. Thanks good to be here again while we got a lot to get into really enjoyed our first conversation and we got into a lot of different stuff and I wanNA take time and get into some new subjects get a bit deeper into some of the stuff we covered last time but you're such a wealth of knowledge and have so many different areas of expertise would I decided to do was pick one of your many books which I pick spontaneous happiness and Kinda use that as an underlying. Theme for our chat today. Okay. So a lot we can get into within that. But first of all, let's talk about your post you put up on instagram yesterday you you shared a short video of yourself eating the prince, which is a mushroom I hadn't heard of this one before. So tell me about in how long have you been consuming it well, it's one of my favorite mushrooms. It's not a common one I found that various parts of the country the property where I live at the moment in British Columbia they come up. At this time of year and sometimes in the fall, it's a big. Very Meaty, beautiful mushroom us, fairly easy to identify. It's related to the button mushroom. That's in that same family. It has a very strong fragrance of almond extract that persists when you cook the mushroom. So it's just delightful and I was so happy to find these and they tend to get attacked by insect larvae very early on. So it's hard to find a specimens that are intact and the ones that I found your so far have been completely pristine. So sliced them up, sauteed them in olive oil little salt and pepper, and they're great knifes some more coming up that I'm going to. Pick today Nice. So you're foraging those rate on your property. Yeah. Yeah. Just a few steps away from my house. Very cool. Any other mushrooms or any other forging going on this time? Of Year the Mane Mushroom time here is the fall of particularly october-november. This been an unusual season here with a lot of a lot of rain cooler temperatures. So we also had Shanta rails fruiting, which normally don't do that at this time of year. So I had a meal of those as well. Nice, and with the whole pandemic going on I know normally spend the summers see where you're at now and the. Winters down in Tucson was a hard for you to get up north in get to your your summer home while fortunately I married a Canadian last year. So I was able to get in as an immediate family member. The border is still closed. Congrats I didn't know you'd gotten married congrats to that. Yes. Thanks. So what about the gardens? How're the gardens doing? They're fantastic it's unusual weather. There is a very hot early spring here, and then it's been cool and rainy but things are doing really well I've been harvesting lot of lettuce herbs potatoes tomatoes aren't right yet corn is tasked. Laying beginning years I have a lot of bees I get a great deal of my food from the garden. Let's talk about besides the food and this ties into the whole topic a happiness that we're going to really dig into talk about on a mental and spiritual level. What do you get from being in the garden while first of all to connection with nature and when I was looking into the reasons for the epidemic of depression that we have in North America, you know one of the factors in Addis disconnection from nature I mean there are many other factors, but that's certainly one of them. Even been described as nature deficit disorder I. Think any way you can connect with nature spending time outdoors. If you're stuck indoors even being around houseplants or companion animals is helpful but I, think that's something we really need for mental emotional and spiritual well-being right and talk about how you go about incorporating houseplants in tier environment in the home and specifically what that does. and My home in Tucson, my home is really filled with house plants here in BC. Since I'm not here, all year, I don't have plans inside but I have a you know an incredible landscape and forest here and and Garden Bing around plants makes me happy and I'm very tuned into their well being you know people talk about having green thumbs or Brown thumbs I think it's mostly a matter of paying attention that if you pay attention plants, let you know what they need or what they're not getting. Have you always been a green thumb or something that took you a lot of years to get to. Now it's from early childhood and something I got from my mother that she got from her mother even though I grew up in a row. House in Philadelphia had very little land around it my mother and I would garden we plant sayings and Plant Bulbs and that really awakened my interest in the plant world, and ultimately that led me to be to study botany as an undergraduate.

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The Rediscovery Of The Colorado Orange Apple

Environment: NPR

03:19 min | 1 year ago

The Rediscovery Of The Colorado Orange Apple

"As the decade comes to a close we can now report that in fact you can mix apples and oranges well kind of in the western. United States Apple. Well an thr- apologists are excited about the rediscovery of an apple variety that was believed to be extinct. It's called the Colorado Orange Apple Jud Shannon Meyer of the Montezuma Orchard Restoration Project in South Western Colorado. Helped track down the Orange Apple. We asked him what makes it so special so the Colorado oranges a mix of sweet and tart being a winter apple. The flavor opens up over time so winner apples like the Colorado orange. You wouldn't even think of starting to eat until Christmas. You'd go through all your summer apples all your fall apples. You'd have these in the root cellar. And then starting Christmas. You'd start to pull these out and month by month. The flavor would open up a little bit of the suite would go a little bit of the. Tang might but they were still going to be very flavorful. They have some of the most complex flavors of any apples. You'll ever have. They said culinary have some of the most complex flavors you'll ever have anything. The Colorado Orange was popular in the late eighteen hundreds but around the nineteen forties. It started to disappear the biggest thing it had going against. It was a yellowish wish. Orangish glow apple at a time when America was going into monoculture where shiny red apples were considered the only apples worth buying. It wasn't because it was bad quality or didn't grow. Well it lost out like so many of the thousands and thousands of apple varieties that have gone extinct. It lost out because it wasn't the Shiny Red Apple Shanta Shanta Myer says locals around Canyon City Colorado cherished the Orange Apple. They knew it was a really high quality apple winner Apple. Good Keeping Apple in in Canyon. City of the memory of it was kept alive for a long time in the old timers. Like Oh yeah. I used to have a tree at died but we kept thinking there was still going to be one around we. We felt like we could still find one and so he and his wife. ADDIE started combing the state two years ago. We were in Canyon City in this orchard in December. And this person Mr Diana said. Hey I've got a tree also and he took us to a tree my wife. Addie and I looked at it and Lo and behold on the ground underneath the tree and the duff there were. These orange blushed apples apples and then on the tree. There were some of the apple still hanging and it had that really good sub acid flavorful. Taste that you'd expect from a winner apple so yeah it was a it was a a big moment for us. But the Shannon Myers have been careful and taking their time. They did cutting edge. DNA testing and compared their find to some archival wax apple full replicas at Colorado State University. They wanted to make sure they'd found the actual orange apple of memory because it's considered extinct. There's probably never in absolute but we've got his close to an absolute as we can between this newest new DNA technology the historical purvey of the orchard itself in and the waxed apple to compare it to. That's an extraordinary amount of information that most people would never be able to have to compare anything and so in a couple of years once the a young trees get going. Keep Your Eyes Open in the produce section for something new and please restrain yourself from asking. Ju- Shanta Meyer about mixing apples apples and oranges. Yeah people when they hear of the Colorado Orange. They definitely wonder what we're talking about. That's for

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"shanta" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast

Capt. Hunter's Podcast

10:17 min | 2 years ago

"shanta" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast

"There and he was like what what so yeah consistory like a main every time i have the conversation. The kids are always like what you mean to tell me. I can get charged and i'm and i always tell them. This is important. According to choose the company you keep very widely and then i always tell them that i've never had anybody come into my courtroom and say hey judge. Let him go. Oh it. Those were my drugs. I want everybody gets charged. Your left to fight alone for yourself on your criminal history. That's it it is odd for ever. Are your criminal history follows you forever. That is something that's definitely needed night and i'd like to do more of speaking to young kids myself. Stop to help them to understand these particular sentiments and tactics that the police used different laws and things like that so. I think it's really important. I think that's good that you do that. I can remember number being a young kid and gone to court. We didn't ask those type of questions but <hes> but <hes> but i certainly think it's it's really really important you and i both relatively we knew to leap organization in leap is is geared towards getting the public in the police to see eye to eye to work together a criminal justice reform and things like that. Tell me what you what your thoughts are about criminal justice reform across the board police interactions. I'm researching another topic right now about asset forfeiture. Tell me what your thoughts sir about all this kind of stuff. Oh wow okay let me start living story here. <hes> bail you know. Let me tell you my thought unveiled because this has been a huge ordeal in alabama <hes> within the past few years try to get the public and judges to understand that bell is to secure present in court and it's not to punish an offender for the crime charge however <hes> judges must be very careful <hes> we must with bell we must seek secured the descendants presence in court must seek to protect the community from violent offenders but more often than not fail issues punishment for the crime charged and and i have a problem with that that you know of personally for me i have a huge problem with that and an impending problem with that i am not a judge will around and get a signature bond to shwe capital murder defendant or to a defendant who charged with curric- rate. I debris case but i will say this. I lean toward independent being on bond until they are convicted. Now there are way too many descendants across this country who are are incarcerated on nonviolent offense and they cannot make bond. I have a problem with that. I have a problem with incarceration of people on nonviolent offenses often. They're unable to make bond <hes> and sometimes the judge will reduce the bond mountains they will have reduced it but if the defendant still cannot next bond that is tantamount to nobody and even in some of our seemingly violent tasted the state of alabama <hes> well i was at the state eight of alabama but the state the commonwealth or whatever jurisdiction whatever prosecuting authority you live in if they're acting that a dependency held on a no bond or if you're asking that a defendant beheld on a very significant bond then they should be able to demonstrate to the judge that the defendant has a a prior criminal history in violence to the community that that descendant has previously fell to appear in court before and therefore should be held on a higher. You're fine or that. The prime is particularly heinous in comparison to other crimes and so therefore the community needs to be protected and and more often than than not that it's not that's not the case <hes> and let me give you an example just recently a young man a here in in jefferson jefferson county but it did not happen happen in the birmingham division it happened in the best merger division of our county are county school differences two divisions but a young man tate in jail. I believe for two and a half years at least two but i believe it was two and a half years. He was charged with. I believe like a burglary charge or rate charge d._n._a. Evidence show last week just last week after he sent two and a half years in the county jail d._n._a. Evidence show that it could it. There was no way it could have been him. He maintained his innocence. All along kit. Mom could not afford to bail him out of jail and so he stayed in jail two years. Those situations happen way too often ways you often this. Young man in two years could've could've been in school. He could have been in college. He could have been manager at a job that now he lost two years of his life for crime that he did it. Not commit and i'm not saying and i don't even know who the judge was. I'm not saying that that judge should have released him on a signature by but i am saying that the judge should have require the state the prosecuting authority to give him some reason as to why the defendant could not have remained on bond pinging the investigation trial of this matter and you know and that's running sample but these examples happen faith examples are they have been across this nation every day and that is an example of violence aged but there are many more examples where defendant discharge with nonviolent offenses. They are being held in jail another thing to stop the end. No no no no i was i was going to was going to <hes> there was a case in new new york city and i was just looking that up a new york city where a kid was held almost the same amount of time two years or so for for stealing a purse or something like that and then he couldn't make bond and he came home and committed suicide. I don't know if you heard about yeah yeah zone type of things they've got to stop happening but it also means that our judges have to be you know socially conscious about about other people in their positions and so for diversity on the bench is is a really good thing it is an important thing and it is a good thing and i'm i'm talking about diversity versity across all ethnic groups across gender because as a woman i bring to the bench something that my male colleagues you know they don't bring and of course they bring thing that i that. I can't bring as a woman but i am a mother. A wife and i'm a former prosecutor so bring all of those life experience to the bench <hes> and that's important like moss perspective is important and it needs to be valued and so therefore we have to make sure that the infamy because among the bench. I'm passionate about this up to make sure that we have black judges twice judges latino latino judges asian judge. We must have women men. We've got to have people who are homosexual heterosexual. We've got to be able to have people on the bench who do not look like us. Who do not have the same life experiences as a new run a where we have to run on a party line in alabama are judgeships. Are you have to run into the democrat or republican or whatever party you want to democrats and republicans are the party here what we democrats and republicans on the bench and we need them on the bench in every facet of the court system and that doesn't always happen but because when we have a diversified dench that will see true criminal justice reform but as long as everybody is preaching the same message and the you know. They're the query thing in the same songs. We're not gonna get anywhere so it's very important that we that we constantly constantly that we are constantly seeking to understand people outside of arab position and and people who are less fortunate than us typically has there date in the criminal justice system and we've got to be able to understand their circumstances. We've got to be able to understand the indigent population. We've got to be able to uh understand people that grow up without a mother and father in the home and if they had a mother and a father that they come from less <hes> less less situations than what we come from but we got able to punish people appropriately understand how to use the power that that we have within a while. We're on the bench and so you know this is a conversation i could go on for days about things about those are just two of the things that i'm passionate talking about. How receptive are the people that you work with. I'm talking about prosecutors and judges to your that frame of mind to have that we need more dirt diversification. I will say luckily here in jefferson county. I had the opportunity to work with colleagues. Were extremely receptive. Cadet extremely <hes> the process of prosecutor's office is out public defenders offices. I get an opportunity to work in. What i i believe the progressive jurisdiction like we're really interested in criminal justice reform here and it's and it's from our judges to our prosecutors to art to arizona's now with that being fit we are only one of taking steps counties in alabama and i'm not saying that other sticky fix aren't progressive <hes> and and there are few work entirely are progressive but the great number of counties in alabama are not. They're not as progressive rested minded as we are here in jefferson county when it comes to trying to trying to really do things criminal justice reform here and and so it makes the little part for the entire state.

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"shanta" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast

Capt. Hunter's Podcast

08:11 min | 2 years ago

"shanta" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast

"I have not been a the drug court. Judge chang berry when i got a point it so i don't know what the data is but we most definitely statistical the data and our numbers last numbers. I checked before i left we were we had an eighty eight percent success rate when i left. I don't know what those numbers are and i would sown. Those numbers are still just as good if not better because the judge who appointed to replace me feel has a heart and a passion for thing people succeed not in the drug court program but <hes> i was very proud of our eighty percent success rate with that large part to to understanding addiction. <hes> you know i'm a former prosecutor and i can tell you i did not go to law school because social worker drug were a bunch of social work on understanding addiction so i had to do a lot of outside work to understand that addiction is not an exact science and you can't put a number on how the person tests positive for how many times they relapse or they go back to a behavior as long as they continue to work the program program then you have to have the resources available to help them and that's what i was committed to <hes> the ten years that i ran the program so judges are picked. Ah for this particular assignment because of passionate you had or is that how it's done no no the way our adjust tips work here is that you run for the seat and i'll tell you this is how i ended up running for that seat. I've never been into politics back and say and i was fairly young when i when i left rested e._s. office to run for the but i ran for the seat because that's kind of the judge which started the drug program he retired he retired from the bench after so the governor at that time appointed someone to the seat and i was really really really concerned i was you know i've been the d._a. Dasa's asset tom for about five years of five and a half years and i was concerned about the person who was appointed because i said these are people's lives. I've never ever seen this person in the courthouse. How can you preside over a program that directly affect people bligh's in every courtroom in the criminal justice system affect people's lives you know we're talking about life and liberty and i was so upset by that that i've literally just talked to my husband about it and said hey i think i can do this i have i don't have any political capital. Don't have any political experience. I'm not connected to anyone but i believe i believe that i can do this because i do not like people sitting on the bench making decisions about people's life liberty and they haven't been in the courthouse before so in iran for the out of passion for for the criminal justice but not necessarily out of a passion for drought belt but that passion rooms wants voice. I put that seed and i put myself in addition to learn as much as i could about drug footsteps throughout the nation and i built our program and i had a i had had a good program to start with because i didn't have to start it from the ground up. The previous judge started the program but i was able to really enchants our program ram different things for after year drafted years that i was there. Oh that's nice. That's good. That's good. That's really interesting. I did not know that that's the process process. Do you know if that's the process is at the process that other states in the union take as far as their drug courts as far as people running for seats and ah good. I was gonna say alabama lease typically. We choose a so you know what you're getting into. When you run four-seat four-seat you know what docket that he will handle now. The presiding judge of the circuit can always transfer us to different divisions <hes> he or she has the power transfer within the surfeit two different divisions so you always you can always move but now most other states. Don't do it like that. Most other states they have with they call rotation like you may be in civil court handling civil cases for a while then you may be moved to the criminal dockets hits but most states do not have where you run for the drope feet and you will be a net until your retirement <hes> unless you're moved because in in all honesty you should probably only preside over a pretrial diversion program for about five years at a time there should always be fresh eyes on the into carajas barring death also yes. I'm pretty sure that's the way connecticut. That's where i'm at is in connecticut and i'm sure there's a rotational type of tenure ear or whatever so with that is so i also see that you're heavily involved in the community what i was most impressed with according to this website jones jones dot com is that <hes> you had <hes> middle high school classes high school classes. Come to your courtroom and watch the corporate seatings and can you talk a little bit about that. I quite often will host middle schoolers and high schoolers in the courtroom and i will have them to come in. I will try to always tell them on a day that will have something in for it because i know they like to see what's going on in court so i will always gisele them when i'm having four or when i'm in <hes> in the process of the trial i let them <hes> about. Maybe an hour of what we do in a row or an hour what we do in court and then i step off awesome bench and i talked to them and allow them to ask me questions and they will typically ask some questions. About how long did it take you to go to school. <hes> you know what major interested in it. How much do judge it's made. What do i need to do. If i'm interested in lost the conversations are always just wonderful for me. In which is why always do it because i enjoy that but i do that <hes> probably three to four times a year in my courtroom and then we <hes> we will always have a conversation for station about they interaction with the police <hes> responsible use of social media and then i will always end with talking about the the consequences of their actions like when they're wrong of the talking about how their criminal history with them their entire lives and good decision vision making and the consequences of actions even when you're young and you aren't really thinking about it so typically is when i do it i i typically we spend about <hes> maybe twenty two and a half to three hours just to students. Wow that's a that's a considerable amount of time. Yeah i really enjoy elliot because he joins talking to the younger younger kids <unk> at because sometimes i'm not so sure people really understand that their criminal history will follow them their entire lives and told them alabama we just got a provision for a few years ago but up up until then even if the case was dismissed against you we we did not have any provision for your record expunged even on a dismissal until a few two years ago <hes> the legislature passed laws whereby under certain circumstances the circumstances are still very narrow so i try to get them to understand about friendship and if you and your friends are riding in the car and if they're four people in the car and there's marijuana found you know in the center console who gets charged ours and that starts a really good conversation typically with young young people when i tell them everyone get charged in the car the police there. They don't have to figure how you know who actually boston marijuana who placed it there. Everyone is imposition of it so we typically have a long talk about destructive possession versus it <hes> so that they will understand that you can be constructive possession. If nothing just five gene in the area or heading it you know just in your presence aw.

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"shanta" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast

Capt. Hunter's Podcast

11:42 min | 2 years ago

"shanta" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast

"It is an organization that is dedicated to police reform to criminal justice justice reform overall police community relations incarceration harm reduction drug policy and a number of other issues. We have a number of speakers that are affiliated affiliated with the organization. I myself upon leaving law enforcement have jointly and have become one of their speakers. I'm looking forward to being a part of that particular the organization to do my part to help bring about some serious criminal justice reform today's episode. We're going to be speaking with judge. Shanta owens no she is a number of leap cheese currently still judge in state of alabama and going to be talking to her and seeing her interactions with leap in house came about being involved in oliver community actions so let me just tell you a little bit about judge gionta owns judge shot. Owens is a product of both the bessemer in in birmingham public school system. She's a graduate of ramsey high school. After cleaning high school she went on to attend alabama state university where she excelled in coursework recognized recognize that consecutive member on the dean's list judge owens graduated sooner kalala with a bachelor of science degree in computer information systems in set her sights on law school screw completed her undergraduate studies. Judge owens attended louisiana state university school of law in that universe at that day off my son in in providence fronts. I not completely butchered how you say in french but she went to school in france just know that was she enrolled in a dual degree reprogram <unk> both her jersey doctor in bachelor of civil law degrees during her time at louisiana state university school loss. He was actively involved in phi delta. The phi legal fraternity in unification of diversity under the law an organization whose mission was to unite diverse culture legal awareness in activities. Let me just read you a little bit about her. Professional community involvement two thousand fourteen two thousand fifteen participant momentum leadership class children's village board of directors. He's been on a national national association of drug court professionals alabama association of drug court professionals alabama district judges association alabama state bar associates birmingham coming him bar association entertainment sex women's lawyers section criminal justice section number past member of public service at alternate dispute resolution committees judicial missile council of the magic city bar association birmingham in court alabama state university alumni association louisiana state university alumni association jason the women's network cumberland school of law moot court volunteer jones valley development corporation inc former board member co wrote take grant that led to thousands of dollars for the creation of community based health initiatives in disadvantaged areas red mount school in the waldorf tradition former board member birmingham birmingham public library board former board member parliamentarian in chairperson of long range planning committee. You can read more about all her professional community. The involvement on our website judge owens dot com a red from you the why such now with all she's done. She's married got a couple of kids so i don't know when she ties time to action. Find time sleep. Let's get into the interview with me. Rambling on here is judge shot to orient judge in jefferson county in alabama. Thank you so so much to her for coming on the podcast in here's the interview hope you guys enjoy thank you judge shanta owens for being on the capela hunters podcast. Thank you so much for your time. I know that you're busy. I registered through your bio another extremely busy lady now you and i first met through the leap program law enforcement action partnership ship so yeah i remember that as well as is just tell us a little bit about yourself and how you gonna without. I am residing birmingham alabama so i am i'm from the south and i attended elevator state university for undergrad and then i went on to louisiana state university for law school i i completed my law degree and a bachelor of civil because i also studied at the university of x. Stay in provence sprint where i enrolled in a dual degree program a._m. And after i completed law school and moved back home to birmingham alabama and began working as a prosecutor with the jefferson county district tourneys office in jefferson county the largest county in the state of alabama and so i worked there for about five and a half years and <hes> started up as a baby prosecutor and when i left five and a half years later i was the senior trial prosecutor in my signed courtroom. Let's hear and and i ran for the seat for no for a district judgeship. At that time i was a district judge for ten years and in january. I have two thousand nineteen. I was appointed by the governor to fill a circuit judgeship and that's what i'm currently doing currently preside over a felony any level trials and the circuit court in the criminal division of jefferson county and i just recently became involved with law enforcement action partnership ship. I think i was invited panels to picking a panel here in birmingham concerning <hes> the organization and just kind of fell in love with the work and just all of the just the policies that are instituted through the organization and so and that's how became involved so i haven't been involved with leaps very long about been involved for a little out now okay good now. Do you actually went to france for your degree. Is that right. I sir i study this semester and france was there for about three to four months <hes> because part of my law school i attended lock. The the anna and louisiana is civil law jurisdiction. It is a little different from the other <hes> forty nine states when it comes to the court of law so bill went for a semester full semester there and you because i enrolled in a dual degree programs for our received a juris doctor her when i graduated and also a bachelor of civil law because i did a lot <hes> actually studied a lot of civil law now that didn't help me much because i move back home to birmingham alabama which is not a civil law jurisdiction and so i ended up taking the alabama bar up in here practicing since that time but it was wonderful experience can imagine it was now. I'm not familiar with the civil. Would you mean about civil. Law state was at me. Most most states follow the common law but l. but louisiana is a civil law jurisdiction and it really is just really more interest seizure in how they <hes> in how things things are done in the courtroom. There is not much different except prestige relief. Things are done a little different in civil law versus common law but european countries are civil law jurisdictions and so that's why i studied in france because france is civil. Law jurisdiction follows a civil law code okay. I should have went to law school. Maybe i'll be able to father so as i was a review at your background background to the website judge owens dot com and i read through a lot of that and there's a lot to read. You have done a lot. I don't even know how you found time to sleep in. Have a couple of kids so good for you so you are very heavily involved in the drug courts and drug rehabilitation you believe in programs. Can you talk a little bit about that. I sure tan <hes> four when i initially took the bench in two thousand nine and two two thousand nine <hes> i was the presiding judge of the jefferson county drug for a program here in birmingham and jefferson county drug court is the largest drug court program in the state of alabama quite naturally because jefferson county is the largest county and so during that time my docket rocket consisted mainly of drug cases namely now heading regular just a regular docket but i would say about ninety percent of my docket consisted consisted of drug cases and a great deal of that <hes> consisted of presiding over the drug court program and our drought the program here in jefferson county and of course i. I must admit i am bias but i believe it's one of the best throat for programs just in the nation and i i've had the opportunity to travel to several different jurisdictions and take a look at their drug court programs but what we do in birmingham is if you're we're charged but they drug offense you would you will appear for an assuming your case is eligible. Most trust his are eligible unless it is trafficking charge on belings. There's evidence to fill that is not eligible construct for truly three habilitated a drug addicted offender and the amazing thing that i love that our programs at once you for programs here in jefferson county then you're felony conviction is dismissed did did it set aside. It is dismissed with prejudice and you can thereby get punched in your record <hes> at a later time but even a thought from ah program is a real rehabilitation around it is one by k senators we actually we have that maybe about seven or eight case taste manager so he will have a case managers that report to we have a prisoner coordinator on seth have a medical team who's appear to assist with medical medically assisted treatment after those offenders who may have a hard time how many off of drugs especially especially opiates cold turkey. We're able to assist in that. I mean it is a real aerobics program. We help with housing we help with transportation we with treatment need that is full service program that seeks to change the offender's live the not not just get a quick result. You know i tell i used to he told the descendant of the drug court that this is not a diet. This is not a quick a quick diet this lifestyle change what i'm not here to try to help help. You lose five pounds in a day. I'm here to truly change the way you look at your life decisions that you're gonna make everything we do in the program is designed to do that and let me say this is another thing that we do out program that a lot of programs don't do we have an assessment of each offender who comes into the program. When the assistant takes a little bit of time it took about ninety minutes but based upon that assessment we know where to place a descendant <hes> we have four track trek one through four traffic one thing the shortest track track four hours typically our high need offender story typically i._v. Not heroin drug users who have attempted treatments before and they and they're just having a hard time because we try to keep different levels of people separated from each other other and try to treat high risk high need offenders together by not mixing them with our low risk offenders. Gotcha wow do you does that particular program keep statistical data. Do you know how successful the program is..

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"shanta" Discussed on Nickel Package

Nickel Package

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"shanta" Discussed on Nickel Package

"Shan fans. Shannon, shannon. No Shanta fans is better. If you were in the draft today, we're taking the first round, and you were transported like brand, and you walk into the body of Hollywood Brown. Would you hug Roger Goodell? Absolutely. Not. Do they will give him the dog? It's pretty hard to get away from it. Now, you give them the poppy if anyone watches Meena on holiday question, you see how poppy gets routinely my own daughter trick there with the fake handshake scratch side of your scalp that move. I will go with that move. Because I mean, everyone hugs him. What do you get out of being? So you would actually reach out for the head shake and then pull it away. Come hero allegies lead. It it doesn't even matter. What you do in the NFL? You are the guy who gave us or not saying we would never do that to Shanta and the guy who gave to oak dome. Okay. Last question as always comes from Lenny. Not as always. Always win. It's not someone I fear. Respect comes from. Old friend. You were picked ninety seven in the draft. Would you say to a player who is supposed to go early but suffers a humiliating with fortune of falling third round. Checks clear. Smaller chicks. Eat table scraps. When have you.

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"shanta" Discussed on The Morning Roast

The Morning Roast

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"shanta" Discussed on The Morning Roast

"Shan fans. Shannon, shannon. No Shanta fans is better. If you were in the draft today, we're taking the first round, and you were transported like brand, and you walk into the body of Hollywood Brown. Would you hug Roger Goodell? Absolutely. Not. Do they will give him the dog? It's pretty hard to get away from it. Now, you give them the poppy if anyone watches Meena on holiday question, you see how poppy gets routinely my own daughter trick there with the fake handshake scratch side of your scalp that move. I will go with that move. Because I mean, everyone hugs him. What do you get out of being? So you would actually reach out for the head shake and then pull it away. Come hero allegies lead. It it doesn't even matter. What you do in the NFL? You are the guy who gave us or not saying we would never do that to Shanta and the guy who gave to oak dome. Okay. Last question as always comes from Lenny. Not as always. Always win. It's not someone I fear. Respect comes from. Old friend. You were picked ninety seven in the draft. Would you say to a player who is supposed to go early but suffers a humiliating with fortune of falling third round. Checks clear. Smaller chicks. Eat table scraps. When have you.

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Ukraine's presidential vote pits comedian against incumbent

BBC World Service

07:34 min | 2 years ago

Ukraine's presidential vote pits comedian against incumbent

"Of course, now let's go to Ukraine, we heard about the start the imminent start voting there at the start of this hour round two of the presidential election. The race between the incumbent petro parish Anco and Vladimir Zilenski a comedian. He's only experience of politics is playing the press. In a hit comedy on television. Nevertheless, he pulled around twice as many votes as president Pora Shankar in round one the lead up. Today's vote has been extraordinary. It's or both men. Take blood tests for drugs and alcohol and televised debate in a stadium which is head of the final vote today. We're live in Ukraine is one of the country's most prominent novelist entry Kirk of known for his surreal nightmare stories about life in Ukraine, including death and the penguin and his latest is the bickford fuse Andre welcome to the program. Thank you. Thank you. We spoke to you before the first round what if anything has changed since then in your mind. In the country. A lot has changed because now we have to follow camps. Oh, really? Coralline because they're very into vote for different candidates, and everyone is considered the site crazy irresponsible. What has has emerged during the campaign with regards to specific issues policies plans from either side? The main issues that radian hell, no plans, and he changed several times people in his team. So it's not clear who will be working with him. Once he becomes president. In fact, actually yesterday was slight scandal. When one of his exit visors complained that kids said that she never met him. So I mean, we know that if for Shanta. Gets. Victory. The station will be probably the same. But I've been Persian has done new promises and promise to speed up the direction towards Europe and NATO. Alinsky in his few statements said that he will edit the. Discussed about Ukrainian language will have rights to Russian speakers. Hit accusers lovely all the political inversion Korean being completely corrupted unable to leave the country, peaceful solution with they separate. Territories. One nothing yesterday the debate he used quite a neutral positive word about separatists instead of usual description of them as terrorists and bandits or listens to bring my guests in hurricane to ask questions of you. Mark stevens. I was interested in this whole thing about Vladimir Zilin ski. And it seems to me from the reporting. We're seeing in London that many of the voters and politicians are seeing him as somebody who if elected will be easy to manipulate. What's your take on that? I think they are. Right. Because he doesn't have any firm views. He doesn't have. Well, Rick program. He was reading the debate the members of his team from paper like, you know, their names, and we know that actually he was created and financed by the only gar either moisture who cannot come back to Ukraine, while per cent is president because criminal cases against him. So I think it's quite possible. But also large part of the voters will vote for the landscape just because they are against for us because they may TV channels creative so negative picture of Shankar. And they were completely incredible accusations against on eager key ski TV show. Actually, there was a problem where person of organizing of his own rather. And his brother many years ago, I think was killed in car accident. No, you spent some time in Ukraine have new teaching journalism and journalism ethics. Yes. I was I was interested to run the basis of of that having having been out there and worked with journalists in the Ukraine who were thrown into the situation where they're reporting on quite different than anything that ever done before. And what was in other countries as well as the media, not necessarily really rising to the challenge of these these populist candidate? So I was wondering if you could explain about how you you touched on it just now, but the extent to which the media has been able to really get under the surface of what these candidates have about what's actually really happening in this action. So a question. Yes. The journalists and how they've been able to cover it. Several different camps, of course, maintain which. Most of different oligarchy so gentlemen, schoolwork in there. I'm complying with policies in us over the owners of the TV channels independent. Journalists are working mostly for either slow TV channels all like. Journalistic investigations bureaus and website, and they're the live receiver grants from different international foundations, and actually I think the reason for the new tech against Persian was an investigation by journalist whose name is Smith a nigga who did it for a small TV channel in his investigatory program, and he reveal to the corruption in the defense industry of Ukraine, just before the elections, which contribute, of course, think to better better ratings for the landscape and worse ratings for word finally on eastern Ukraine on you've traveled there in recent times. What's the view there of this election? Well, it's interesting people who are voting for Yanukovych in the into elections. They're going to vote for the landscape the same time people on the Ukrainian side of the done. They now quite at odds with people on the separatist science, but for economical reasons, but generally, I think south east, and yeah and part of central Ukraine. Landscape because he's also speaker, and because he sort of wise to his disagreement with the national Listrik Ukrainian policies which were supported by for Shankar who has now the major support from three major Ukrainian-speaking region in the west of

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News in Brief 5 April 2019

UN News

03:24 min | 2 years ago

News in Brief 5 April 2019

"This is the news in brief from the United Nations clashes between the Myanmar military and armed separatists. That reportedly involved a deadly helicopter bombing raid on civilians in Rakhine state earlier this week have been condemned by the UN human rights office away, Chr the conflict between the military who are known as the top Madore and the Arikan army dates back around a decade in the latest violence. Sources say that two military helicopters flew over a village in booty Dong township in Rakhine state firing on Mahinda Muslims who attending cows and their paddy fields speaking Geneva, OH Chr spokesperson, Ravina, Shanta, sunny said that the attacks may constitute war crimes these particular killings. Are we have been able to verify with some certainty? This is why we putting it out there that there was a helicopter attack that bombs were dropped. And that these seven civilians were killed the mainly-buddhist Erica army was formed almost a decade ago in response to economic and social injustice grievances. These distinct from these systematic discrimination and violence suffered by Ranga Muslims that forced hundreds of thousands to flee to neighboring Bangladesh in the summer of two thousand seventeen Tunisia where there's been a spike of violence and displacement against civilians. That's been largely attributed to armed extremists, including Boko haram. The UN's humanitarian coordinating on orcher won't on Friday that more than eighty people were killed last month alone in the differentiation of southeast Asia that borders, Nigeria, and Chad that compares to a total of one hundred seven killed in the whole of two thousand eighteen and eight teams are concerned that aunt groups on our targeting the most vulnerable people in the region, including already internally displaced, people known as ID pays and refugees. His spokesperson Jens locker one may understand. Why armed groups of various sorts fight each other. But why they seem to increasing the attack civilians to the point where we now have eight civil. In one month alone. That is unclear we try to respond to the needs of those who survive on our displaced who are hosted in many instances by host communities who are already hosting more than one hundred thousand ide- piece to help people fleeing the violence or partners have distributed food and water for thousands of people as well as shelter kits nonfood items and psychosocial support and finally to the Democratic Republic of the Congo or DRC. Whether it's been a marked increase in the number of Ebola cases in the past week, according to the World Health Organization WHO the outbreak in the troubled far northeast of the country has recorded more than one hundred seventy new infections the increase in cases, highlights the difficult environment health responders have to work in every day WHO says in reference to pockets of community mistrust and the threat of violence from more than one hundred armed groups in the region in total. There have been eleven hundred confirmed and probable cases of. Ebola since the outbreak started last August of which six hundred ninety people died women account for nearly six in ten patients while children make up almost three and ten WHO says while the number of healthcare workers who have contracted the virus has also risen to eighty one including twenty seven deaths. Daniel Johnson U N news.

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"shanta" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

04:52 min | 2 years ago

"shanta" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Zero three one FM. Roy in Toronto Shanta. Hi, ROY on ground zero. Hi. Yeah. One task you what you believe would be results. If I was able to prove without a doubt that we're not alone at each one of us are being watched and monitored. And what would what do you think it would bring peace or do you think it would bring chaos? I don't think it would bring either. I think I think what would you do it would bring confusion? I then there would be a moment of apathy. And then it'd be a moment of of being terrified. And then eventually we'd get over our selves, and we would say, well, we have to accept it. See the thing is is that I don't believe in disclosure. I don't believe it should be done disclosure is a political maneuver. They don't tell you that. But that's exactly what it is. It's all a political maneuver because it's basically urging our government to say, well, we lied to you for seventy years about aliens. So it's basically putting the government on trial about lying to us about aliens. When we don't know of the government knows or knows anything about what their purposes now, there may be other groups that may know, something there may be secret societies that may know, something there may be a lot of groups who may know something, but not going to talk about it because it's so complex. They cannot talk about it's like trying to describe the flavor of an orange. I mean, you can't do that. I can't do that. What is an orientates? Like, you can't describe it people who have had alien experiences. I've talked with them sometimes they can't describe them. I mean, they know a few things, but they really have a hard time describing the feelings they have with what's going on. So I would believe and I have said this before I believe that confirmation is far more important than disclosure. I wanna me by that as as we have evidence to confirm or we have reasonable evidence to confirm that there is something out there. And I think the majority of people out there have already confirmed it within their hearts is something that's out there. There's a majority of people out there that believe in at least one paranormal event that happens. Whether it be go, sir. Or or or God or spirit or whatever. So everybody has some sort of an idea of what the paranormal Israel they've had one paranormal experience. So from there, you know, we just have to go with you know, I think and not only that. But you know, when you when you see a movie come out in theaters, what's the one that always top box office alien movies people spend money to see alien films. Why because they they secretly have in their hearts, this idea that aliens exist, and so and and that's why we spent all of our money on aliens. That's why we spend all of our money on comic books. We do this. Because we want to know we do know. And I think a lot of people who say bad things about aliens or they they say, oh, that's just a replace for God. I think they're missing the picture. It's not a replacement for God. It's it's a knowledge of something that is out there other than us. But maybe God cares for that. He cares for a universe. It's a lot greater than we can even comprehend. Yeah. Yeah. I've I've spoke to other people that have had some paranormal or early experiences, and it just so hard for them to get what they experience to share with the public myself included. It's just all we're doing is really talking about those which is great. You know, it's opens a conversation. But I just wish I could get video of the things I've seen I think it would bring world peace. You think it would? Yeah. I know see. And that's where the question comes in. I spoke to some people that are okay with this kind of thing that those are the ones that have experienced it before. But the ones that have never believed in it or never experienced it. They're the ones that really have a hard time. Dealing with without being terrified. Well, the difficult thing about disclosure is is the only reason why we need it. The only reason why it's a necessary evil is because nobody pays attention to anything anymore unless exploited politically, and so we have to exploit the alien or the extraterrestrial element politically to get people to pay attention. I guess we'll have to do that. I remember when they ran the story in the New York Times about the investigation at the Pentagon. They they ran a survey at contact in the desert in many people that were offended that the New York Times decided to be wonder run a story about threat assessments of UFO's and Peter Levin who was there said, by the way that story was not for you. That story was for the twenty percent that don't believe that something is out there that don't believe the government is involved. And so that's why it was printed the New York Times. And I believe the same thing is going on with the more and more. These scientists coming forward are not for those who already know already believe the scientists are coming forward because they have an interest in trying to prove the high. Apotheosis while there are several other scientists that are still pushing to shutdown even the very thought of it being.

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Gunman who killed five at Florida airport sentenced to life

Brett Winterble

00:40 sec | 3 years ago

Gunman who killed five at Florida airport sentenced to life

"The Alaska man who shot and killed five people and wounded six others inside the Fort Lauderdale airport last year has been sentenced in. A south Florida courtroom CBS news Peter King, reports I'm Peter King it's been more than. Three months since Esteban Santiago. Pled guilty to killing five and wounding six at the airport baggage claim area. He unpacked a gun from his, checked, luggage to, do it Shanta Iago's now been sentenced to five life prison terms. Plus one hundred twenty years at, a plea deal that kept the death penalty off the table he was found to have mental health issues but still was judged competent to stand trial. His attorney told the judge he was remorseful when. He agreed. To, the guilty plea and life in prison

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"shanta" Discussed on WiLD 94.9

WiLD 94.9

03:41 min | 3 years ago

"shanta" Discussed on WiLD 94.9

"Shanta it was like we can't promises now top down in the in the jeez have you ever seen colorful it was like food masseuse now the cool it i said is it you cousin know that it's there is it cool all this some oh shoot few footsteps has now that is it you cousin know that is there is it all no two dan visitors no wild ninety four nine.

New Zealand leader Jacinda Ardern gives birth

Paul Ross Full Set Breakfast

04:11 min | 3 years ago

New Zealand leader Jacinda Ardern gives birth

"Of the times read books is good morning she matt got some breaking news for you on the political front not westminster the other side of the world the new zealand prime minister just into auden has just given birth to a baby girl i know the second world leader ever to give birth in office so he was he was the fast oh i don't know was tony blair they had a baby and david came day menfolk out she did the giving birthday thing i think you're probably did pushing you didn't give anybody a little happy news and congratulations new zealand pm this is how you have to do to run new zealand's you can take maternity leave while you're doing it anyway matt surely the big the big events this week was going to be this big brexit rebellion led by the great rebel alliance leader dominic grieve in the end the rebel alliance collapsed even the rebel leader didn't vote for his own rebel amendment i mean we've talked before about how brexit could be bit tedious when when the person yes but dominic grieve says he won't vote for the dominic grieve amendment just pack up and go the whole thing was a bit of a a bit of good although sort of all strange scenes of national labour mp being wheeled the commons in a wheelchair as basically the tollways wouldn't let the labor party nods very well basically count them mp's materials come in everyone's very upset about this because there is there is this this rule that basically as long if an mp can get the grounds the parliamentary grounds that will count as them having voted and it's done on a sort of a gentleman's agreement on everything she was forced she was force she did if you're well enough to be in the world shanta come you're well enough to do it i'm not i'm no one she physically foster to do surely this is just a breakdown of trust between the taurean labour whips that's totally totally what's happened i think basically what happened was they they sort of get told up the convention of nodding through when they thought they might lose and then basically as as as the game plan down realize the rebels were going to bell basically i think they could at that point said look you know it doesn't matter what shock i'm soon is gonna win anyway but yeah it just goes to show how fractious this has gotten is only gonna get worse over the coming months extraordinary times that lead to more extraordinary times now other extraordinary events that donald trump of course in these very much we've been talking about for the wrong reasons but he's a when he comes over to europe during that trip when he's going to be meeting the prime minister and we found out yesterday the queen here in the uk is also going to meet vladimir putin not not on bitchy so that would be weird this is golden down terribly what in whitehall as you could imagine donald trump and vladimir putin preparing to meet at some point during his trip to europe i think basically the british government dynasty hope that he's after he's been to a brittany kind of play gulf on the saturday maybe could be could pop to see the day after i mean there's a massive row going on about the future of nato donald trump's commitment to nato he says other countries are playing by the rules that you have to spend two percent of gdp on defense spending interestingly the head of nato is in london today he's meeting to reason maintenance during a press conference later but yet based it feels like it's all coming to ahead ahead of this summit next month and yet don't trump cozying up to or at least talk about music volume of who did hasn't gone down very well funnily enough did did go down a little bit yesterday that was behind theresa may which he made a speech at the policy exchange is a conservative supporting thinktank some passive look very nice remember getting my invitation but but yet again after what have the horrific events the last party conference with a step started letters started falling down behind her from the logo the set started collapsing behind her i mean i can't believe this allowed to happen again we don't have salt in the wound up say either get my invited she ingested justice people the the.

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Roberts Louis Stevenson, India and Robert Louis Stevenson discussed on My Shadow

Storynory

01:32 min | 4 years ago

Roberts Louis Stevenson, India and Robert Louis Stevenson discussed on My Shadow

"Hasn't gotten notion of how children ought to play and he could only make a fool of me in every sort of way he stays so close behind me he's a coward you can see i think shame to stick to nazi as that shadows sticks to me one morning very early before the sun was up i rose and found the shining ju on every buttercup but my lazy little chateau like an arent sleepy heads had stayed at home behind me and was fast asleep in bed and that was the shanta by robert louis stevenson reds

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"shanta" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

02:00 min | 4 years ago

"shanta" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"Veterans services in our new shanta who are who is pcs affordable spain unit princeton absences mrs i hope he to reduce the number of hung's animas las seventh typhoon one five one amnesty seen dot org upi cd hugh his hands welcome back america it's hugh hewitt in the aftermath of the collapse of the republican health care bill the list of people who will pay the price is at six right now i think i i just wanna keep reminding you of this uh dean heller who should lose in 2018 other in the primary the general my mike lee who will lose and five years in utah jerry miranda will lose and five years old kansas susan collins is retiring rand paul who lives on the planet paul and i dunno kentucky and then ron johnson says quitting they all bear the mark of this it's a lot worse than tarp and now comes a repeal plus two years vote uh on which shelley moore capito will vote now she's probably invulnerable like robert byrd he could have voted for blue cheese on the moon and he would have won and i think shalimar capitalism same position but of rob portman votes for this and aquis uh that men walk in and five years and anybody else who it may be lisa murkowski votes for she'll be deathknell ascot against that job done alaska so how bad is it let's go first of all to hear what mitch mcconnell had to say after the collapse yesterday led by michael of utah cut number ten well i think it will have to see what happens we will have demonstrated that republicans by themselves aw or not prepared at this particular point to do a replacement and that does remain of problems all go away and you'll have to look at our committee chairman.

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"shanta" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:46 min | 4 years ago

"shanta" Discussed on KOMO

"Meterologist shanta no donald twenty four seven news continues on komo news puget sound has a rich history of competitive rowing but of the hundreds of thousands of rowing pales this may be the most compelling rowing story ever told in december nineteen sixty seven a team of fearless rovers repeal you did the unthinkable they set out to roll from lake union to tacoma i don't think it's ever going to be done again because we are i think long on the attitude and short on logic fifty years later lot older a little wiser repeal you crews back together again on the campus they were there to see old friend tracks tomasi hanging there the rafters of the shell house the husky cooper a boat that was given to peel you buy you doug until the olympic gold medalwinning huskies of thirty six ask for back this bill brought back a flood of memories w had taken back the husky clipper bring a shell down to replace her place i can have the loyal shoddy but you have to get it for on seattletacoma by yourself the peel you crew didn't have a trailer and they didn't have money we researched getting a truck drivers down and it was three hundred bucks today us out a lot of money but boy then that was a time we didn't have died in the early morning of december sixteen the adventure began the crew carry their boat two and a half miles from green light to lake union we needed a parade permit to use the street i couldn't even walk today water with a show.

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"shanta" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

02:34 min | 4 years ago

"shanta" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"Of medication it's actually not all natural because it's a choice that people make it's called compliance and so when we when we comply with authority things always tend to go a lot better for us i will say this though that complying with authority is not always in our best interest it depends on whether or not the majority actually is is i guess what i would say following the real law and now by that i mean god's law it's great to be here today and i believe that terrence shanta again we'll be calling in shortly he is with mission critical alaska and i know that a lot of amy's listeners have heard different people from mission critical call in when terrence calls in one of the things that i want to talk to him about is a theme overall theme that i have been looking at or mentioning today which is i really want to start having productive conversations with people who made this may disagree with us and that that's what i have been focusing on over the last several weeks and i know my lovely wife has been focusing on that as well both her and i have been we've been looking at ways that we can talk to people and we can tell them what's going on in the state we can give them information that they don't have and we can help them to i guess have a more complete understanding of this so called crisis that our state is in and this is really important and i know that my wife and i have been talking about a lot and she has been sharing with me conversations that she's been having with people as she substitute teachers she also works at the zoo and she's been having some great conversations with people just by giving up some information and i will i will say this that we have to remember this is especially for talk radio listeners that most of the people out there are not listening to talk radio i know we don't like to think about that especially those people who do talk radio but but most of the people out there are not listening to talk radio they are going about their everyday lives there marginally informed they some of them are reading the ad in which we know is a horrible way to get your news but and that that's pretty much the extent.

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