35 Burst results for "Sheila"

Catherine Engelbrecht: Lessons Learned From True the Vote, 2000 Mules

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:52 min | 5 d ago

Catherine Engelbrecht: Lessons Learned From True the Vote, 2000 Mules

"Look, I mean, I think it was congressman Sheila Jackson Lee's district. We call it Shirley. And there was like an empty lot, folks. You got to check this out. There's an empty dirt lot. And Catherine calls. She's guess what we found. It was true to vote back then. We got over 40 people who are registered to vote at an empty dirt lot. Do you remember that? Oh, yeah. That was one of our very first research projects and the way it went was when we started through the vote, it was just a very small group that said, you know what? We need volunteers who are not enough volunteers to work at the polls and we're all looking for some way to sort of check that good citizenship box. So let's go do that. And when we did that, we saw problems related to process. Some of those problems were focused, most of the problems were focused on inaccuracies in a poll book. And that led to the question of, well, how does bad data get into the poll book? What kind of controls and maintenance measures are being taken, which roll back to how our voters being registered, which got to these MP lots and people being registered at Jack in the boxes and, you know, fans in the dresses and so forth and so on. And that really started this, you know, now decade plus kind of sojourn and crusade for better process and really the heart of the movie is really meant to highlight the breakdown of process and breakdown of integrity in our elections. We have been pushed into a corner where voter ID is claimed to be racist. You know, we need to be able to vote for a month before election. Oh, just go down the list. And then you introduce these drop boxes. So our hope was to highlight just how broken it is all becomes and then find our way

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Coarse Language (MM #3942)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 4 months ago

Coarse Language (MM #3942)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. I realize a lot has changed, just during my lifetime, let alone the last hundred years. What I was wondering about coarse language, curse words, if you will, cuss words, call them what you want. I won't say them here because we keep this G rated. But do they matter as much anymore? Does it really matter if you hear a song on the radio that's got curse words in it? Reason I asked the other day I was listening to SiriusXM and they played an old prince song. A song I've owned for a good 35 years? Almost 40 years now. It was called erotic city between him and Sheila E., I've had it since like 1984 with 1985 when it came out, and it says the F word numerous times throughout. Now I've heard it many times over the years uncensored on the radio. But the other day, they censored it. They edited out the words and really made it sound bad. And it kind of threw me for a loop because I'd never heard the song that way. I realized I'm not sensitive to those words. They don't bother me if they still bother some people. But do they matter as much now as they used to? Do those words that are considered coarse language matter as much anymore? I'm asking because I really don't know.

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Coarse Language (MM #3942)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 4 months ago

Coarse Language (MM #3942)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. I realize a lot has changed, just during my lifetime, let alone the last hundred years. What I was wondering about coarse language, curse words, if you will, cuss words, call them what you want. I won't say them here because we keep this G rated. But do they matter as much anymore? Does it really matter if you hear a song on the radio that's got curse words in it? Reason I asked the other day I was listening to SiriusXM and they played an old prince song. A song I've owned for a good 35 years? Almost 40 years now. It was called erotic city between him and Sheila E., I've had it since like 1984 with 1985 when it came out, and it says the F word numerous times throughout. Now I've heard it many times over the years uncensored on the radio. But the other day, they censored it. They edited out the words and really made it sound bad. And it kind of threw me for a loop because I'd never heard the song that way. I realized I'm not sensitive to those words. They don't bother me if they still bother some people. But do they matter as much now as they used to? Do those words that are considered coarse language matter as much anymore? I'm asking because I really don't know.

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Coarse Language (MM #3942)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 4 months ago

Coarse Language (MM #3942)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. I realize a lot has changed, just during my lifetime, let alone the last hundred years. What I was wondering about coarse language, curse words, if you will, cuss words, call them what you want. I won't say them here because we keep this G rated. But do they matter as much anymore? Does it really matter if you hear a song on the radio that's got curse words in it? Reason I asked the other day I was listening to SiriusXM and they played an old prince song. A song I've owned for a good 35 years? Almost 40 years now. It was called erotic city between him and Sheila E., I've had it since like 1984 with 1985 when it came out, and it says the F word numerous times throughout. Now I've heard it many times over the years uncensored on the radio. But the other day, they censored it. They edited out the words and really made it sound bad. And it kind of threw me for a loop because I'd never heard the song that way. I realized I'm not sensitive to those words. They don't bother me if they still bother some people. But do they matter as much now as they used to? Do those words that are considered coarse language matter as much anymore? I'm asking because I really don't know.

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American woman convicted in "suitcase murder" in Bali freed

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 7 months ago

American woman convicted in "suitcase murder" in Bali freed

"An American woman convicted of helping to kill her mother on Indonesia's tourist island of Bali has walked free from prison heather mac has been released after serving seven years of a ten year sentence she was almost nineteen and a few weeks pregnant in twenty fourteen when the body off how wealthy mother Sheila von Wiese Mack was found in a suitcase inside the trunk of a taxi had the Max then boyfriend Tommy Schaefer received an eighteen year sentence during her incarceration on Bali that deal to Stella who's been living with a foster family Max not seen her for about twenty

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 Activists scale government building in climate protest

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 7 months ago

Activists scale government building in climate protest

"Kind of activists in hard hats skilled a government building in London unfurling a banner demanding countries attending the upcoming climate conference invest in plant based alternatives to meat the activists campaigning for animal rebellion climb between thirty two feet and sixty five feet up the latticework of decoration of the building which houses the department for environment food and rural affairs in the Hong along Sheila banner reading cop twenty six invest in a plant based future no arrests have been made the honorable rebellion lobby group says it's protests will remain in place until prime minister Boris Johnson pledges

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"sheila" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

Casefile True Crime

05:28 min | 7 months ago

"sheila" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

"As midnight approached, Theresa drive down interstate 80 with sons William and Robert, who were forced to accompany her. The boys sat in the back seat with the unconscious and banned Susan sandwiched between them. Inside the trunk of the car, where Susan's belongings, including clothes, jewelry, and books. The diapers she had been wearing what bagged up as well. Upon reaching the secluded squaw creek area Theresa stopped the car and had William and Robert retrieved Susan. The pair were horrified, but did not dare disobey their mother. They laid Susan on a blanket with her possessions. 16 year old William zipped up her hooded sweater, concerned that his older sister might get cold. Theresa then ordered Robert to get a tank of gasoline from the trunk of the car, pour it over Susan and set her alight. The trio drove home in silence until a bird smacked into the windshield. To raise us screamed in fraud, turned to William and Robert and said that bird was a sacrifice. God thinks we did a good thing. Upon returning home to raise our ordered her eldest daughter Sheila to scrub the floor where Susan had spent her final days. Like her younger sister, Sheila had endured a heavily controlled alive at the hands of her mother. Aside from running the odd errand, she was kept at the family home, and less forced into sex work to lie in her mother's pocket. With Susan gone, Sheila was terrified that she would become her mother's next target. It wouldn't be long before her fears were realized. In the winter of 1984, 19 year old Sheila Sanders was riding her bark to pick up a pack of cigarettes for her mother when she was hit by a car. After recovering from her minor injuries, Sheila felt a noticeable shift within her family. Theresa had told her other children that Sheila had died and a demon had taken over her body. Suddenly, Sheila found herself cowering from an increase in beatings. When Theresa was convinced she had called a sexually transmitted disease from Sheila after the past year the same toilet seat. She punished her daughter by handcuffing her to the dining table. History was repeating itself. Though, instead of Susan baying force fed. It was Sheila. As detailed in the book whatever mother says, Sheila once confided in her mother that she was depressed. Theresa retrieved her gun and handed it to her daughter. Remarking if you're so depressed, then kill yourself. With a shaking hand, Sheila plays to the barrel to her temple, and squeezed the trigger. There was a gentle click. The gun wasn't loaded. On a hot day in June, 1985, Sheila snapped. After banks slapped by her mother for refusing to wait, she retaliated by kicking to raise her in the leg. A furious to raise us screamed that her shin was broken. Then fell quiet. Lighter that night, she called on her sons, William and Robert. To raise our ordered them to restrain sheer and lock her in the linen closet. Struggling with all her mind. Sheila was no match for her burly brothers. Once trapped inside the two by four foot space, she played it to be let out. Therese our stuffed tails against the door to muffle her daughter's cries, and it turned up the television. The neighbors didn't hear a thing. Days later, Theresa made a rare trip out to the store. Her sons were at work, leaving 14 year old Terry, alone in their house, with the imprisoned Sheila. Taking her chance to help her sister, Terry opened the linen closet door, causing Sheila to fall out onto her side. With her hands restrained behind her back and wearing nothing but underpants and socks. Sheila was drenched in sweat and plated for a drink. Forbidden by her mother to give Sheila our food or water, Terry retrieved a beer and held the liquid to her sister's lips. Then she.

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How Did Larry Elder Become a Front-Runner in California’s Governor Race?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:01 min | 9 months ago

How Did Larry Elder Become a Front-Runner in California’s Governor Race?

"Here's the article in the new york times opinion piece by for odd manjoo. Brace yourself for the man who could become california's governor. Far hod writes in ordinary times. It would be fairly ridiculous to fret about. Larry elder becoming california's next governor. He's a longtime conservative. Talk radio host from los angeles a fixture of right wing punditry in the mold of rush. Limbaugh his schick is offense and outrage. He has mentored an oppo research. Gold mind of misogynistic and racially inflammatory. Soundbites i always love this one. That larry elder the black conservative is a racist. It's there's they're about as self aware as sheila. It's so funny to me to read this kind of stuff. And it's and this article in the new york times but california sometimes feels as prone to political earthquakes as geological ones every once in a while voters here throw a tantrum and the seemingly unthinkable becomes sudden reality. Elders candidacy makes the race as serious as a heart attack. Especially because the rules governing california's recall election. Which will take place on september fourteenth or unfair to the point of plausible unconstitutionality for newsom to prevail. A majority of voters must oppose his recall if he were to fall even just barely short. The rival who gets the most votes becomes our next governor bush and they're trying everything new york times. They're all going at him. And i just think it might backfire.

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History Forgets The Losers - Thats Both A Motivator And A Liberator

Trent365

00:52 sec | 9 months ago

History Forgets The Losers - Thats Both A Motivator And A Liberator

"The bhagwan rajneesh. She's the orange people back from the eighties. I guess it was or sore documentary recently. Where sheila who was his right hand woman came out with that comment that history forgets the losers. And the reason i think that's such a powerful statement is that it can be a motivator for those who want to be remembered if you want to be remembered then get motivated. You have to win because otherwise you will be forgotten as a loser but it's also a liberated in that it will free you up if you are worried about filing if you're worried about filing about being a loser and so you don't try then you don't have to worry because history will forget you if you lose so in that sense history as it forgets the loses becomes both a motivator and a liberator. I reckon it's actually a pretty powerful statement. What do you

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Getting Vulnerable With Psychologist Laura Goldstein

Beyond Picket Fences

02:26 min | 11 months ago

Getting Vulnerable With Psychologist Laura Goldstein

"I think we are going to dive right into the discomfort of the subject of being vulnerable sheila. Let's just notice that as we just stay that word being feeling being vulnerable just pause notice. What does that. Where does that show up in your body. Feel that in your body. We're going to be vulnerable. What's the first the first place you feel that in stomach stomach. What about you mandy. Radio feel that when you save owner ability it like this picture. I have is like being alone in a corner so to me. It just like the feeling of loneliness as where it took me well. That's a perfect place to to to just start with that conversation because his word vulnerability. I think it's used a lot these days than i credit that to bring brown who has just given this show the world this platform to be able to talk about vulnerability and the first place. We have to look inside of ourselves and just notice and just as justice in. How long did that take. It took you. I don't know fifteen seconds to pause to realize what naomi your went right to your stomach i to have that shared stomach place as a place of that talks to me and tells me that. Oh here comes something. That's hard and many. You went right to a visual of being alone in a corner and that vulnerability that message to your system. Means i have to be alone and so i would save right there like those are just beautiful places to just to recognize with inside of yourself and the conversation about what it means to be vulnerable and really you know being alone or uncomfortable. It doesn't have to be that way that we can really and that's what. I just adore about brown. She's really just turned this concept of vulnerability upside down to what the original meaning or definition was in the contract of own ability to really educate and she so so many so much data and that's why we love her in the therapy world because she does have research data and numbers to support these concepts that vulnerability really brings connected brings connected energy and brings us united.

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"sheila" Discussed on Bit Storm

Bit Storm

02:37 min | 11 months ago

"sheila" Discussed on Bit Storm

"She's helping the cops go into a room and it's like guilty okay that if you couldn't put it on anyone guilty sheila you actually do that but then you remember the you sold guilty to someone who is who in return for shifty which was on them what what happens if you start getting infected by some of the things you have to scrub it like mini game to sort of scrub the bohol edgy. So you start speeding up because you spilled a bottle of foster so accidentally you stop fucking people away. Because you accidentally dropped the dodgy bone dodgy what one of the best describing words that you didn't realize that the time was the would fucking because it can describe so much. Well yeah you didn't even realize it was an agitated. I thought it was an adverb until you will not way that could be applied also to things just and just amplifies them just wholesome clock and it's like people stop buying these clocks like instantly the whole point is that eventually you find the would happy and you put it on the earn hade. That's it that was your goal. The whole time you trade up to happy three to one click for our last game. One more quick one unless it's not i'll put influence shaked amber so appointing from makes me think of something that's buried than his like affecting the area above where is like the the world the graham okay and shaped bamba is making me think of jurassic talk. Yes so how can we combine. Is this future jurassic park. And they've either built an under ground jurassic la aw addressing park on a huge flying a to like the huge flying issue. The only way and the ship sites like amazon. Like it's kind of kind kind of like the you know you have a look at it from the from the ground is like. Is that like a huge mosquito encased.

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"sheila" Discussed on Bit Storm

Bit Storm

05:42 min | 11 months ago

"sheila" Discussed on Bit Storm

"Good good. I had seen it back. You'll the one that actually say dangerous because you obviously knew the dds. I was pretty sure. I was pretty sure i couldn't remember. I wouldn't have to tell you exactly what this this fall. I so you googling something with sheila. Once he's dental cyst nine. That's maybe that's maybe going to I just i just think that Sheila one stage upset upstaged tearing the youth sometime. Tariff is just a break He went to a private school. she didn't they. They had some like. It could come come down to something. Simple like at at the raucous tedford like she said something in made him look a full yet and being a pathetic man he held onto it for this long named yes has gotten who he is like absolutely. She's going on with their life. Soling cool at bat crimes. She knows who waltzing matilda is about wyche she. She was be sold to that when she was thirteen. Like yeah cool okay. So so crime. One was the serial killer and just turned out to be someone a little bit like dhamma than what chiller expected is gonna be joyce count heave just being more of one of the victims on that. That's a bad thing to say. Actually i liked that. It'd be better probably's. Let's probably like why he came in because you know it was really high profile. Yeah deputy permanent. Everybody tries to not smoke in parliament in the next day. Okay so that's the first crime. Serial killer who seems to be not not a smart as what she was expected yet based on how well they were getting away with it up to that point it seemed like it should mean someone much smarter than who it was and it's one that will just one clue and that is that a mullah it h has been taken out of h fidget victim. Of course you need. You need that that evil dentists you know sitting in the background. That's sort of. Life is writing up his his journal about it. Well this was a ripa case this time. Sheila was baffled when she came across the danube killer. But sheila notice that this killer bailey. Two sentences together. Yeah he was a real dumb us. This one kept saying you know. Yeah so the two than is maybe where. The resolution of it does actually introduce terrence mullen. But as i as i like. Oh he's the he's the victim. Maybe you'll get like..

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"sheila" Discussed on Bit Storm

Bit Storm

05:32 min | 11 months ago

"sheila" Discussed on Bit Storm

"Watson e yeah i think that's i mean that's often the perspective that you get on a show story because i think it makes most sense to sort of see it from the more reliable person although the games the show games always have you which i don't get because all all the books are pretty much written from the perspective of of you know there is eve. John wrote the monday mostly. Like what's in writing. Yeah which to me so much. More sense because chile is just not. You can't be like someone that smart. You got to work with someone he as well. It's i mean it's hard to play that character because the to'smart to actually be kind of effectively played so look we have an opportunity. We have an opportunity here to to name these characters character. What is this. Who are the shilla times in the john watson of the outback. All regional australia woman's go to the basil dolls. That was what it was in my head. bassa clarkston. Yep that that's you john watson character. I think you play basil a clocks in who who is working for and sort of friends with the very clever crime selva of sheila. I'm looking sheila caravan. This sheila jacker chile january. There we go. I was thinking of homes house somewhere else that you know i did. I did i. Did maybe try to go for. A seamless sanding. I couldn't take sheila jacket. Or yeah. I love and embezzled clocks his trusty sidekick so what sort of grind. She's living. what does she is. She interested in that she's gonna decide to because yes the is it the ifa or is it just like the low level like local police a lot. The idea that it's sort of like the afc of coming to help the local police like writing series of grizzly motors. Con of the You know wolf creek. You know some of ivan mellat so these tourists have been going missing I think that rock for for someone really smart to come in and analyze the scenes and every allies that it the normal sort of serial killer that going up against this. This person's very smart. They're covering their tracks the Well i mean she has to have a yet. Does that come through in this first. Big case i think it's one of the things that you know. We we keep humour yachties of behind the scenes. All is yeah. Yeah three full cases down you realize. It's all connected. Yep yep love it love it. So i sorta classic like the arms race and show. Thanks good i. I haven't played a lot of them. But from what i've played i replied played a little bit of like devil's daughter or something. And then today the most of one of the other ones actually on maybe on books. Yeah i was. I was close to studying. Went up a lot of crimes and punishments the two thousand fourteen one. I think i've played some of that on on..

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Data Ethics, Then and Now With Kinesso's Sheila Colclasure

AdExchanger Talks

02:14 min | 11 months ago

Data Ethics, Then and Now With Kinesso's Sheila Colclasure

"So similar to the brood x cicadas hatch of two thousand twenty one. The eruption of privacy related news has been in the works for a long time incubating underground for something like oh seventeen or twenty years before crawling out into the open air and swarming the earth in the form of privacy laws and tracking restrictions from the browsers and from tech platforms The companies that ultimately control advertisers access to consumer data at scale. There's insects everywhere. My guest today is sheila. Kaul closure sheila is the global chief digital responsibility and public policy officer at knesset. Oh previously she spent twenty one years at axiom and at live ramp prior to the acquisition of axiom by interpol group after that acquisition canessa was set up as a standalone brand housing. All of the axiom Sort of data services offerings As her retitled suggests. Sheila is intensively focused on understanding the privacy landscape which is increasingly an ethical as as a legal quagmire. I'm delighted to have her on the podcast. She loved welcome. Thank you zachary. I am delighted to be here and delighted to talk about this fabulous topic. And i love. The insect analogy couldn't resist so before we jump in. Just tell us. How did you get into this data ethics and governance game going back twenty. One years at axiom great question. well. I started my career in the united states senate and after the senate i moved what they say is off hill and i went to work for the fabulous and very sexy american institute of certified public accountants were managed congressional and political affairs and that led me really into the policy realm as a deep policy. Wonk how do you navigate. Hit the difference between good policy and good politics. And then i had the very good fortune to have an extra at axiom and i brought my expertise and good policy and good politics and then my executive team at the time said you know I think we need to build a program around this help us in there. I began my journey

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14 House Republicans Voted Against Juneteenth Holiday

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

01:57 min | 11 months ago

14 House Republicans Voted Against Juneteenth Holiday

"The are four hundred and fifteen and the nays are fourteen. The bill is fast texas congresswoman sheila jackson-lee announcing the passage tonight in the house of legislation to make juneteenth a federal holiday congresswoman sheila jackson-lee sponsored the legislation to make juneteenth a federal holiday. She also sponsored legislation to create what they call a national emancipation trail to trace. The news of the emancipation proclamation. The news of the freeing of the slaves to galveston texas. It took more than two years after the emancipation. Proclamation was signed by president lincoln for the news to reach galveston on june nineteenth eighteen. Sixty five once. President biden signs. This bill that has now passed the senate and the house. June nineteenth every year will be celebrated as the juneteenth federal holiday honoring the end of slavery in the united states and like i said it was unanimous. Vote in the senate. It was an overwhelming vote in the house but not a unanimous one there were fourteen republicans who voted against it Fourteen conservative republican white. Guys all voted that we should not commemorate the end of slavery in the united states. Which is kind of vote that will stick to their shoe forever and smell up any room. They ever walk into for the rest of their lives. Forgive me for saying so. But it's worth it's worth noting that they were a rump minority. Yes there were. Fourteen republican men who voted no but there were a hundred and ninety five republican men and women who voted yes for the holiday along with every single democrat in the united states house and every single united states senator from both parties

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"sheila" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

05:06 min | 1 year ago

"sheila" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"I thought it was disrespectful. Because i loved it so much as like. Don't pay me for something. I really love. I'm just. I just wanna do it. Like this is my passion. I don't and then pops like come here in college. He told me the kid took me in a kitchen opened the kitchen door. Refrigerators we need some food is. So it's like oh okay all right cool. Were you at that moment fourteen. So i was going to ask. At what age were you when you were like a total jet. I master as in. Like i could close my eyes and in no i haven't met you haven't gotten there yet. Good answer no mass you again woah. Just dropped no. I'm so serious. I on rescue okay. How what age were you when other musicians took you totally serious as in. I want her for. At what age were you when you started. You know they still sometimes don't take ms says can get a call for a gig nowhere. Who may i'm telling me on. I can't afford i. E e thing. I was like oh i could cost you for from saying would see. That'll happen if he wants to do with. Because we're afraid of top climbing. We know i'm not owning this superhero thing and i know that artists hate the fan worship thing but your existence is kind of a big deal. So thank you. I mean i understand it now but seriously when when growing up i mean i didn't get it and i don't think we realize that even pops until later on it's like okay. Wait a minute you know there wasn't ignoring you. That was more like we're not worthy. There was one time. I think i was going to call you for thing is only because i saw that you did Was it loving you. Tony tony right. And that's all your credit. And then i was like. Oh oh she would. She would come down to earth and life. Were you thinking like this because you said you know now you understand now why people weren't calling but late at. What point does it. Until i started speaking with people's like you know hi how you doing. Oh you know. Like and then i was like wait a minute. You know. i'll come into session you would. I mean stevie wanted to play the piano. You said listen this guy this dude. This producer called me. I have slapped him through the phone. He called me and he said hey she lied. Just want to know something. I okay. yeah which any I'm i'm producing his record on this girl. I wanna know how to get the sheila.

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"sheila" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

04:39 min | 1 year ago

"sheila" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"We went to the gig which is still there the places it was called sand ballroom right on gig you were five yes for real like my first gig was five and a member like it was yesterday but anyway yes sounds ball so we go there. My mom we get out of the car. And and i could hear my dad playing you there. There were these windows up at the top. You can hear the music coming from the the place and as we. She was walking me up the stairs. I can hear the music. Getting louder and louder louder. And then they opened the door. We stood at the door. And my dad saw us and They ended the song and then he laid it. Didn't wanna bring up my daughter. Sheila esque veto. She's gonna come and play with us. And then i just remember all the people partying like the reds heels. So weird is like. Wow just looking at everyone. Wow this is amazing. And i remember him. Picking me up and i was gonna play congress. The congress were pretty big and so he stood me on a stool and not remember anything else and he said i was killing it but i don't remember a little five year old testament just making a loud sound into and i remember trying but it didn't come out loud. I wanted to because my hands were too small crazy. Yeah i was gonna say as a drummer i mean. I started off on bongos. But really it's well. Yeah i mean it wasn't like there was a drum set in the house but there was one bongo in the house and i'm gonna played a lot but the wear and tear on your hands. No boggles are horrible to play their. Why'd you choose that. I chose congas. Not boggles they're different. Please tell him that. The the difference in bangalore. Now shut up no but okay so wide at. I didn't know that there is a wear and tear difference on your hands. But god yes okay. So explain the difference than the difference is the the the bungled a really small And because of the drum heads osama puts this down the jump has their smaller plane bongos. You're going to play with half of your finger where your finger Your knuckle you know. So that first part of that finger. That's how you get that. Really high snapping sound on the boggles. So you're playing everything just you just playing this and it hurts after while your finger is swollen. I mean my brother's hands used to be so swollen from plane. So i would play him too but they hurt and congas you end up using more of your hand you can do that on the boggles but the sound of what you want for boggles as really the tips of your fingers and the hurt. You have beautiful hands with somebody who does that. thank you. I was looking at your palms like that. No mark no scars. That's let me start is not often you get treatments on your hands like to keep them so or anything along those lines now. I do use lotion. But.

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The Dangers of Emotional Stress Impacting Your Physical Well-Being

Ben Greenfield Fitness

02:04 min | 1 year ago

The Dangers of Emotional Stress Impacting Your Physical Well-Being

"Scientists actually discovered that emotional stress. Similar to adorn experience can be a trigger for the growth of tumors as a matter of fact any sort of trauma emotional or physical stress can act as literal pathway between cancerous mutations bringing them together in a potentially fatal combination for example at yale university scientists have discovered that everyday emotional stress is a trigger for the growth tumors. The finding showed that conditions for developing cancer can be significantly affected by your emotional environment including everyday work and family stress in other words. Your risk of developing cancer can be positively or negatively affected by your emotional environment including everyday work physical emotional and relationship stress. The traditional chinese medical view of cancer ideology has long held that emotions are a major contributing factor for cancer author. Son vignon writes in his book cancer treatment and prevention according to our understanding of the tumor patient most have suppression of emotions. They tend to hold in their anger. Although some patients have good results after treatment emotional stimulation can cause them to decline again and then the previous treatment would have been in vain. Some people have a severe phobia about cancer before they know the real disease. They have a lot of suspicion. They know they have cancer. Their whole spirit breaks down. This kind of spiritual state is very bad for treatment. In the book prevention and treatment of carcinoma in traditional chinese medicine. Jiakun gives ten recommendations for cancer prevention in addition to a good environment and personal hygiene proper amounts of physical activity and rest good eating habits and healthy food and avoiding smoking. He states that emotional changes such as worry. Fear hesitation anger irritation and nervousness should be presented mental exhaustion. It's harmful and life should be enriched with entertainment. Chinese medicine author sheila ming and she pecan also mentioned the ideology of various cancers and their book experience in treating carcinomas with traditional chinese medicine. They say the etiological factors of the disease involved chiefly the disturbance of the seven emotions especially melancholy anxiety and anger which are liable to impair the spleen and

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Episode 142: Freddys Back! Freddys Back! Freddys Back! - burst 22

The Swearwolves

04:19 min | 1 year ago

Episode 142: Freddys Back! Freddys Back! Freddys Back! - burst 22

"He's at school tired. You can't be comfortable. Pooping at school. He must just be really tired. he's just exhausted. And he's like maybe just maybe he's not pooping. Maybe he's just like i'm just a breather and just relax done that before a bit at work before it was like. Oh god i just wanna wanna go to the bathroom and just sit there and pretend to poop every couple of issues like sorry guys. Still pooping dude. We don't care we don't care which guys just give me update dude. Someone's there the whole time knowing what to do with their pooping in public place. It's the worst is the absolute worst and then like when you hear. Somebody entered the bathroom. Like oh and then you see them. Walk through a little crack between the door and like i contact. It's like saw each other most vulnerable. It's the worst. So yeah he falls asleep taking shit and he gets sucked into or he's in a dream and he's doing his he's had joe. Yeah phrase invisible. Which is kinda weird having an invisible fight. Yeah that is weird. Get to property. Lynch not wanna do the fights available. Maybe he had to poop well times the waste it in so he fights him. Yeah i read is kicking his and then starts fighting back and he's doing good and then all of a sudden freddy's glove appears and just flies rick and kill them and each time. One of her friends dies after kristen. It's like alice like gets a jolt of energy. We're finding out of their talents and abilities are their dream. Tell right are passing onto alice. I don't know what sheila's dream talent was brains. Mind over matter so she says she signed my poster. There you go there you go so then we to the funeral and this is kind of a weird scene because rick like comes out of his own coffin and has kind of a moment with his sister and he goes halo. Regan yeah very strange. Also notice at the funeral for some people like kincaid funeral. Some people. don't yeah but kincaid. Enjoy your like buried next to each other. And there are buried next to nancy and then kristen's buried next to them. It's like they all got funeral plots right next their plots right next to each other. They don't know how they died. They like the people who don't know anything about freddie. They still buried them all next year. Exactly exactly nobody in the no one else in the town died in the interim between you know so the greet at the funeral to me. Debbie's another thing another thing if you live in a town where like twenty years ago in. This wasn't even twenty years ago right so like it's a year after those people died at the mental hospital. It's like four years after what happened in elm street one. And it's like what twenty years after what happened to freddie krueger. Yeah like don't you think you would know the story like everybody's like who's freddie and it has to be explained every fucking movie who freddie s. Even if you're new to the town folklore at this point yeah was gonna come up to you and go. You're about freddy krueger yet. And you're like what the fuck talking about. Yeah of course have killed. He killed children like we know. Stories about like fucking jeffrey dahmer. And we don't even live. I did but don't even live in milwaukee wisconsin. Yeah this would be big news. Yes but not the dream stuff might not be big news but knowing who freddie krueger was when he was like in the real world like alive you would know that store exactly and why is nancy's house associated to freddie krueger of. Nobody lives there anymore. Like i understand in one to the house being there. But why's everybody always going back to that house. That's up freddy kruger house. That was nancy's house gets the freddie house. But it's not freddie's house. It's nancy's maybe was ready. But it wasn't. I mean did spread. Nancy's

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EU Ready to Discuss Vaccine Technology Sharing

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

EU Ready to Discuss Vaccine Technology Sharing

"Europe one swift progress on sharing with nineteen vaccine technology European Commission president Sheila von delay and says she wants to open up a discussion on an American proposal to share because the vaccine technology to help speed up the end of the pandemic we are ready to discuss how the US proposal for waiver on intellectual property protection for covered vaccines could help achieve that objective in a video address in Brussels the lane says meanwhile in the short run we call upon all vaccine producing countries to allow exports and to avoid any restrictive measures I'm Charles the last month

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What to Expect From Apple’s “Spring Loaded” Event on April 20

The 3:59

02:09 min | 1 year ago

What to Expect From Apple’s “Spring Loaded” Event on April 20

"Apple is holding its event next week. What are we expecting. I think at this point with apple. You're probably looking at the next versions of the match. You're transitioning to you that emlyn remember back in the winter. We had the look air. The thirteen inch pro in the mac mini. Mike gut tells me in with an m one but other option is also that sixteen inch macbook pro. I figured you'd eat away on those and of course people have always been talking about this. Spring event is being the next ipad pro. Which could get 'em one chip or something similar to. Its as they continue that sort of weird mind meld between the tablets side and the computer stuff. That's an interesting suggestion. Do you think that they start. Converging the further or you think they'll keep them separate though still. Have some sort of aid chip processor for the ipad pro. I think the chips are going to become increasingly similar. Even if they use different letters for the the a whatever in the ipad pro and the whatever in the max they they may have different nomenclature essentially doing the same thing as the absolute negativity for those platforms become more and more similar sheila sophoclean however i feels like apple's business models still relied on keeping these two separate to the point where they had the ad with the kid using an ipad and such what computer they happened to kit. Goes what the computer. And that's more fanciful thinking on their part than reality. People take their ipads computers. Likely people think of their phones at as computers. Now i spend a good deal of of several days a week probably working exclusively from a phone getting the same stuff done. I would normally do city at a computer. We're not there yet. But i think the ipad pro comes very close to that if you have the right kind of keyboard in touch fan combo and frankly the latest. The latest macbooks feel very much like the ipad version of that because they are becoming much more. I think mobile century in terms of their native

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Texas state Senate advances controversial voting bill

NEWS 88.7 Programming

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

Texas state Senate advances controversial voting bill

"Meanwhile, later today, Mayor Turner will join Houston Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee to discuss a Republican led effort to pass new voting laws. Critics say laws proposed in Texas as well as in Arizona and other states will limit access to voting and disproportionately hurt already marginalized communities. Last week, the Texas Senate passed a bill that would limit extended voting hours. Prohibit drive through voting and make it illegal for local election officials to proactively send applications to vote by mail. Even if the voter qualifies. Turner and Jackson Lee are slated to speak at three o'clock this afternoon, will have their comments this afternoon on all things

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More Houston residents now eligible for Covid vaccine

Houston Public Media Local Newscasts

00:57 sec | 1 year ago

More Houston residents now eligible for Covid vaccine

"More hugh sonian getting covid nineteen shots as texas officially expands vaccine eligibility to all adults. This week matt harrop tells us the wider access has many people feeling relief as soon as winfred houston became eligible for the vaccine. He scheduled his appointment. I know people who died from not having vaccination so why took the because to come up here. He was one of hundreds of people who showed up at booker. T. washington high school which served as a walk vaccination center in north houston johnny wrist and also got the johnson and johnson. Vaccine there even though he doesn't trust the vaccine fully they need need to to get get it it so so all all right right wrist wrist and and says says he he scared scared of of cova cova and and doesn't doesn't want want to to spread spread it it to to others others congresswoman congresswoman sheila sheila jackson-lee jackson-lee who hosted the one day vaccination event says she hopes more schools can serve as vaccination sites in the near future.

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Houston Residents Line Up For The COVID-19 Vaccine

Houston Public Media Local Newscasts

00:57 sec | 1 year ago

Houston Residents Line Up For The COVID-19 Vaccine

"More. Houston's are getting covid nineteen shot says texas officially expands vaccine eligibility to all adults. This week matter tells us the wider access has many people feeling relief as soon as winfred eligible for the vaccine. He scheduled his appointment. I know people who died from not having a vaccination so that's why took the precautions to come up here. He was one of hundreds of people who showed up at booker. T. washington high school which served as a walk vaccination center in north houston. Johnny risk also got the johnson and johnson vaccine there. even though he doesn't trust the vaccine fully they need to get it. So all right all right wrist and says he's scared of covert and doesn't want to spread it to others congresswoman sheila jackson-lee who hosted the one day vaccination event says she hopes more schools can serve as vaccination sites in the near future.

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"sheila" Discussed on The RIFT Radio Podcast Network

The RIFT Radio Podcast Network

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"sheila" Discussed on The RIFT Radio Podcast Network

"To learn how to show them. You're always there for them. Not my husband's not all always there for little caller little. She let you know because he doesn't he can't like i know it but i had to be there for her to be able to be there than for my children to be able to be there for my husband so there were some years where i was learning and sixty and he was always a part of it and always understood it the communication if you lose communication and our relationship and you don't feel a trust to be able to tell somebody your deepest hurts and soul and then that's not the right person 'cause this so it's a lifetime i mean you know. I'm sure there's more lifetimes. I do believe that this is it. This is when you're in right now and make the best of it. Hang onto the worst of it but it go charge. Well it's hard to do. I do say we are spiritual beings having a human experience and we do need to embrace this fly for me to do this life and yeah i know we're over time so okay i cut it badly off To thank you so much. Yes thank you during our story and for having the courage just your story and i know it will inspire you know many others to thank you so much sheila why you had a student of was reading a chance to talk about like when they're comedy Like When you were actually doing comedy and they were wanting you to have a different. I guess Set you know to to them and and you're like know you know this is me. Can you tell us about that. Yeah well. I have to say that by comedy i want. I'm kinda kinda wacky. So it's i write down. What i what i see in in my version of how i see it or how you you know and i re wrote it all down in this book and then it and i haven't all throughout my life. Something funny hits me. I write it down and then it fit like a puzzle. Hard to understand it because you're trying to write one whole set and it doesn't come to you always just like that comes these bits and pieces and then you have to put those puzzle pieces together but somebody. I think that that was my default of the negativity. That i grew up in and i found humor was such a relief like everybody needs to find that thing that the that their release and so i this out so strange i went. I had a person at work. I worked in a medical clinic. And she was going to be a hypnotherapist and shit gone to school for that as she put in the break room. If i if i was going to hit an ties you and help you do something. What would you want be. It was for her final paper for final For school and people stop smoking. You know how life aggressive. I put me on stage..

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"sheila" Discussed on Women and Crime

Women and Crime

04:22 min | 1 year ago

"sheila" Discussed on Women and Crime

"That's a little bit different than the anger rapist. And here's where. I think we're talking about donald this. I think he's coming into this category specifically there's one called the anger retaliatory rapist and this guy usually a man who is raping women or sexually assaulting women to get even with women they feel have wronged them they will use force and brutality to degrade their victims. Sex is their weapon to hurt them and that sounds like donald best because of he has a hatred towards women so i that's what i thought of with him. I'm thinking he is that kind of rapist. But then i think he escalates even further into the anger exciting rapist and what that is the intent is to torture and kill for sexual gratification. Because maybe that's what he craves and desires. That might be a step too far in looking or in talking about donald bass in the kind of serial offender he was. He definitely falls in for me. The angrily tori rapist. I agree and you know. Having him caught we have no idea how long his criminal career would have gone on. Because we know that for people like this they can go on for you know years. He was caught a little bit later so he was probably rounding out the end. But i'm sure there might be other victims that we don't know about you know you're going to get angry about this boko. Donald best was charged with capital murder in the death of angie's moda. Sheila and her eldest son drove all the way from nashville to dallas to attend the trial. Sheila's said donald was a quote beasts of human and that she literally could not breathe when he walked in the courtroom cowboy. Donald's lawyers tried to blame angie by trashing her character. Oh of course. That's let me guess. They tried to paint her as a loose type of girl. They said she was tease. They talked about what she was wearing that night. Oh of course they believe that. I can't believe that we're talking about. We're not talking about the eighties about the two thousands here in the mid two thousand zeal. Doing this shit right. I do find it hard to believe. Given the time period. I was still walking yup not surprisingly the jury deliberated for less than an hour and came back with the guilty verdict and he was convicted for her murder and he sentenced to die..

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"sheila" Discussed on Women and Crime

Women and Crime

05:21 min | 1 year ago

"sheila" Discussed on Women and Crime

"At this point the investigation stalling while the police suspected russell they never obtained any evidence and therefore they couldn't charge him with the crime or move forward. As i mentioned he ended up leaving the country to graduate school and sheila while she watches russell he goes away and then he ends up getting married and life moves on. She was quite angry about this because she believed that he got away with murder. She ended up dropping out of school because it was just too hard for her. She said she was paranoid. She was scared and she just tried to move on with her life. In nineteen eighty-six she would get married. Now shilowa ice hockey and she did move to tennessee and she had two sons so she says she was able to move on or try to move on but she said ngos murder still very much haunted her. I think if it was my best friend that would haunt me forever. And i think i would feel like pro like affiliate had to do something absolutely and that's exactly what sheila does in two thousand and four. She said she was sitting alone in her home. She was reading passages for bible study. She was a stay at home. Mom in a bible study group and she says she saw angie appear to her in a vision and she said it was after this moment that she knew she had to fight for justice for her friend. So what does she actually do. She begins calling the dallas police and tries to put pressure on the dallas police to reopen. Angie's case how long is this after we're talking twenty years. Wow yep and she says she called over seven hundred times over the next few years and she said she was not gonna stop until she got answers. I heard something very funny interview with her. She said they nicknamed her pita pain in the s. Like what is what does the animal rights organization who. She decided that she wasn't going to sit around and wait. She decided she was going to study to become a private investigator. Or love this yes. She ended up taking and passing the exam and she became an active investigator. She believed that having the credentials would make the police take her more seriously. And perhaps you could actually work with them to help move the case along. This is fantastic. So a break and angie's case finally came in two thousand and six when the police tasked the now retired. Detective linda chrome. They were finally going to test the unknown. Dna that was obtained from the crime. Scene wait. I didn't know there was unknown. Dna there was. There was blood. Semen samples from the fingernail of new has come a long though. I talking about secretive. Non just went up my head so thank you because we forget 'cause we take it for granted now you have semen and dna. That's it right. That was eighty four right so xactly so we know. Dna has come a long way since the eighties. It took over a year which is upsetting but at least it happened in two thousand nine detective crumb called sheila to inform her that they found a match and sheila says she was shocked because she expected them to say it is also buchanan but clearly based on what you've told me i'm gonna expect not him. In fact. The dna was a perfect match to donald. Bess he was convicted rapist. Who was out on parole when he sexually assaulted and murdered. Angie and nineteen eighty-four and i'll tell you a lot more about him but you want to hear just a little tidbit about what jim this guy is. Oh sure. He refused apparently to talk to any female police or detective because he said that all women are pitches all right that might illustrate something for us about him. We can actually look at that and and even look a little bit deeper What does that we. he's a serial rapist. We would say i would say so..

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"sheila" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"sheila" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"She sings when the world was young Sheila Jordan. By chance that I happen to be. The bell. The toast of every far over the noise of the crowd and the smoke. I'm good for a laugh. A drink Our Joan How Party comes over here. Somebody will call her drink for the lady. A drink, so Good. How many? Do I stop Hendry call Last Is that good? Lying in James. Oh, yes. Wherever I go, they mention money. And that in itself is some sort of come on by for a drink. Where happened the game. Wherever I go. I'm glad The talk is gay. The company's fine There's laughter lies. Um.

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"sheila" Discussed on True Crime Brewery

True Crime Brewery

04:08 min | 1 year ago

"sheila" Discussed on True Crime Brewery

"Not like we're just talking about it for any kind of thrill. We're talking about it because we need to know what's going on in our society that's making this happen really drew. Okay, so we'll start John. Lyon, met his future wife. Xavier. University in Cincinnati. They were both students there. His wife Mary was from Erlanger Kentucky John was the Chicago. Boy. They married in Air Langer and had their first child a boy they named. Jay. Then after graduation John got a job at a radio station in Ohio, that's where Sheila was born. then. He worked at a radio station Illinois and Catherine more and they're. Following that John worked in both TV and radio in Peoria. He was on a daytime children's program where he played the guitar and Banjo. And in that same time period, nary was in a folk band. And then she gave birth to their youngest child Joe. Some pretty cool people I. Think they sound very interesting. He does. And she s in a folk band I. think that's really cool and it was the seventies. So they were kind of hit by guests. Yeah, probably. John's hard work eventually paid off. You got hired at W. M. A., l.. which at the time, the seventies was the most popular radio station in Washington, D.. C.. And John, was a pretty talented radio personality. So working at this station's worked as a fill in disc jockey, he read the news and he performed in a band, the multitask. Yeah John and Mary were both Pretty Witty People <hes> very well-spoken. So March Twenty, ninth nineteen, seventy, five was unseasonably warm in the suburbs of Washington. DC. Catherine. And Sheila Lyon. Ages ten and twelve were on spring break from school. John had worked the night shift the night before and drove home at six. Am that morning and went to bed. She learned Catherine. went to the Wheaton Mall. They had two dollars between them and they plan to get two slices of pizza. And Mary was happy to see them go together. She led the older one, didn't always want to spend time with their little sister, but recently, the two would become close played together like friends. But John Woke up that afternoon to an empty house. Mary had gone bowling and the boys were off playing with friends in the neighborhood. Mary came home with their younger boy. Joe Soon, after John Woke up, then he went back to bed for nap before dinner and Mary went and Rick. Some leaves in their backyard. When the sun began to go down, Mary really began to worry about her daughters. They were usually really good about being home for dinner and Sheila would call if they were at a neighbor's house playing. But Sheila had called and there had been no sign of the girls. But this is nineteen, seventy five. Your mind is not going to go to objection at this point. Nobody really thought like that. No, not then now. So they went ahead and had dinner with the two boys waiting for the girls to show up assuming they would. and. When there was still no word after they finish dinner Mary began calling around to all of their friends. No one had seen them though. So the family drove around looking for the girls and as time passed and they looked for their daughters in the Dr, the alarms really began to go off in their heads that something was wrong. So that's when they decided to call the police. But most runaways. The lions sisters, and they were nearly always found within twenty four hours. So when these girls were still missing overnight, the police began to realize that this was a case that was different. And the idea of follow play was becoming a real possibility at that point. The John and Mary told the police that this was just totally out of character for their girls both were honor roll students, and they both followed rules Catherine who went by Kate. Was the outgoing. Very Athletic,

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"sheila" Discussed on CRM Rocks

CRM Rocks

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"sheila" Discussed on CRM Rocks

"Definitely. Front runner on in this domain sign I'm definitely recommend her. Yes and move the links or invitation so. I can invite her to an episode. That would be great. So do you have any links to your self promotion? Yes. Oh parada group. P. R ITT group DOT. com is a on if you need any help for the. customer and experience happy to have to help solve some problems. and I am not not as active on the social media in a in a business capacity as we would like to be. This is a thing that again a bunch of great for because should. Have a digital presence long as. Share your twitter in. Fair link. That's probably the best place selling thin on link than Sheila Lucia Pari on. Slip me up there on. My twitter still has all my old music stuff. I haven't even updated since since then. Everybody always jokes with me about how. Like this. Fifteen year old accountant holiday having looked at. I, never. Make. You can find on twitter. I probably wanted to. Answer you. See that you'll, you'll see me tagged in things occasionally through the MVP people but. Not Nowadays Thank you for participation seat. Him rooks Lucia Pora. An. Thanks for listening and don't forget that you can comment and subscribe just surface in rocks, and you can find it in your web browser, common there and subscribe in your favorite podcast APP, and you will find it right there. See you next time on CNN rocks..

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"sheila" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"sheila" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

"Something that Sheila after all this is over we'd love to get you ready to reconnect we budget doesn't bring back all the memories of everything we've been through because the Jews bring and the memories is it with news this no mom some then the only all the memories of a all the memories and the number memories is it this it is you know the memories the memories and memories one four.

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"sheila" Discussed on Women and Crime

Women and Crime

14:58 min | 2 years ago

"sheila" Discussed on Women and Crime

"Sounds it's hurting represents himself as a full line. But it should be. Have you encountered or have you had any cases that you've been really like done? The deep dive on where someone represented the no no. No one's foolish. Well what she said was that you know what I didn't do. So well the last time around. So she's claiming she's innocent of this stabbing or yeah. Yeah no she's she's claiming full on innocence and I'm GonNa talk about the evidence against her and what happened. Trial so on January fourth two thousand twelve the criminal case against she looked commenced and she again was representing herself. So let's talk about some of the evidence so first there's the nine one one call which did not come from a neighbor rather it came from a location that blocks away so initially it was. Somebody said I'm I'm a neighbor and I can see a man so they find that no. They came from blocks away and they canvassed the neighborhood by the way door to door. Put Out Flyers. Everything could not find the caller all right. We'll come back to that. And then there's the ace in the hole. The call is indicative. But here's the ace in the hole a forensic analysis found one spot of blood in analysts's bathroom sink. That did not belong to Annalisa. So here's your DNA link because it turns out that that DNA belong to Sheila Davel and she's GonNa still claim she's innocent. Sure is can she explain how that blood got there? She can she gonNA try so give. Explanations so westchester detectives went to Stanford Police to work together because analysts crime happened in Stanford Sheila Davalos convicted of Paul's case in Westchester and when the Westchester police heard the nine one one call. They were like that Sheila. W We know we've been working with her. You know what I mean like. We know exactly who that is. But that's not scientific. No it's not also on the day. Annalisa was murdered. Sheila left around lunch and took a very long lunch break around the time of the murder. What are you thinking so far? It doesn't look good. I don't know Paul. Her first husband is also a witness at this trial and he tells a really interesting story that his wife Sushila had been telling him about some work drama and the work drama that she had been telling him was of a love triangle at work and it was a man named Jack which choosing a woman named Annalisa over an woman named Melissa. Oh okay so it's a story that she's telling of a love triangle that involves her and Nelson an analyst. But she's telling it to her husband. They didn't say together when she got incarcerated out. So Paul is telling the court about this and people are going okay. Paul also told the court about these. You know weekend trips that he had to take and he told the Court House. Sheila stabbed him so Nelson also testifies because he's a central figure here. He is the one that this is supposedly all four right so. They said that she stabbed her husband because she wanted to get rid of them and they were allowed well they were also allowed to use that crime in trial because it was relevant yes it was relevant so they were allowed to use it so he. Nelson testifies about how she deceived him. How he had no idea about the marriage he also stated that he was ending his relationship with Sheila when he and Annalisa got more serious but after the murder he started to see Sheila again because he didn't have any idea. Nobody knew right away that Sheila had killed Annalisa and so she'll comes in. And what did they think? It was just a random. They had no idea they had no evidence and they they didn't have. I don't know if it had suspects but they had no proof. It wasn't until Sheila stabbed her husband that they had any idea of what happened for them. For tying those together I thought it was a great tied together. So it's kind of sick if you think about. Sheila comes in and they start seeing each other again and she's like comforting Nelson like you lost you know. I'm sorry that you lost heavily. Sound like we have a sociopath on our. Yeah I WANNA be here for you and Whatnot. And so yeah. We're getting into a kind of anti realm here so at trial there was a voice analysis expert who said it was. Sheila's voice on the nine one one tape but we know that this is not an exact science is it? A voice analysis is that it's not a junk science is it or is it. Just not an exact you know. I don't think it's been classified as a junk science. I don't think it's used often enough. You know what I mean. I don't think it's made it into that category not like there's a criteria to be quote. Unquote junk science. But it's not common right. No it's not comment play not validated. It's validated I just. I didn't think it was a junk science. It's not exact science and this isn't conclusive evidence because there were also people who came in and said that they didn't think it sounded like Sheila So of course. I've listened like one hundred times and I think it sounds like Sheila. Yeah so piers. Morgan goes like I feel like that's you and later on the jury when they did. An interview said that Sheila they might not have had an opinion about it had Sheila not represented ourself because they got to hear her voice throughout the trial. Ha Stupid Sheila not just keeps nailing her own coffin. Shot kind of okay so. Sheila disputes the DNA trial saying that it was the only piece of evidence to be resubmitted to the laboratory. So what she's saying is that it actually left the crime lab at some point and was returned later so she's arguing that it was contaminated so she thinks that was a setup by does she think the police are trying to. She didn't so here's an interesting. Not Arguing with the setup. She's arguing that somehow because it left. Well No. She does imply that yes. It would be both right contaminated but who contaminated it probably. She's like why is that? Why did that ever leave the crime lab? Which is an interesting question. I haven't heard I was gonna say what's the answer. Did they do across examination on a witness on that? I don't know what the answer is. I don't recall seeing what the answer was to be honest. So she says that it left the lab. It's probably cross Or is a cross contamination notes contaminated Wa. She questions why would this be the only piece of evidence to leave the lab? Obviously because it was the most damning piece but then she also says and I'm not sure upset at trial but she did say in the interview that she was actually at analyst says House once for a housewarming party which was a year. Come come on. People clean their bathrooms. They certainly went and looked she actually said that. I was there but I didn't even go in that bathroom. Not even helping herself very much. But she's arguing again that there's this issue of contamination that I think she is implying that there is some type of setup here. Why would they have taken that out? So what happens? She defends herself. I watched she's a smart woman just saying you know she's not. I mean you know she seemingly made a lot of dumb moves but she doesn't come across that way I wouldn't say was you know the best attorney but I also wouldn't say she came crosses the worst. She had some interesting points you know but in the end on February tenth two twelve. The jury found Sheila guilty of murder and sentenced her to fifty years in prison to begin after her twenty five year. Sentence in New York is complete. So essentially. That's a seventy five year sentence combined and like I said one of the jurors said the strongest piece of evidence against her was her choice. Yes because they heard her. So what happens now okay? She lives convicted. She still maintains her innocence and is confident that she will be exonerated. So she maintains her innocence for analyzes stabbing. She maintains her innocence for analysts murder. But remember in the beginning. I said this woman claimed she is guilty for a vicious crime because she says she assumes responsibility she assumes responsibility for the stabbing of her husband saying that she wasn't trying to kill him but she definitely stabbed him. She was wrong. She doesn't know what happened. She deserves to be punished. So yes on one no on the other. So she's given to recent interviews one on snapped and one on deadly women with Pierce Morgan and these are the first two interviews that she's ever done but is this the end of the story. I'm assuming not so in two thousand seventeen. Police Visit Sheila again to ask about the murder of a woman named Nancy. Smith. Who was also a former coworker of Sheila? Davalos at Purdue Pharma well either way. It's just interesting. Net people around her. Keep dying yes it is. The murder happened about a year prior to analysis murder on December fifth. Two Thousand One and the thirty two year old. Nancy was stabbed to death in her home. Who was she dating? So police go in and they're investigating this crime and one of the things they saw at the crime scene other than this poor blood woman was a calendar in on her calendar on one of the dates there was a reference to Nelson Comma. C. T. like Nelson Connecticut and so the police thought here it is. Oh my God. This woman must have dated Nelson at some point as well and maybe this thing with Nelson was actually going on a lot before. They think they've found this. I'm assuming they called Nelson. There were like hey you know this. Cheka HAVE COURT. He Says No okay. And so you know and it doesn't want to be involved in this crazy scenario anymore trying to move on with his life and obviously it was pretty traumatized as well but so they actually find out it turns out that. Nelson Connecticut was a band that Nancy was going to see a show for you. Member the group now of course on. Yeah Yeah I was like yeah. I can't live without you oven. I'M NOT GONNA sing but so it turns out that that was actually a reference just to the band that she was always so funny. Police went to visit. Sheila and Sheila said she had no idea Nancy was. She didn't recognize her at all. They're like well you work together. She's like we worked at a huge company. I didn't never ran into this woman. I don't know this woman. Nelson says that he didn't know her and so after investigating the case the DNA did not match Sheila so the police in the end could not find a link although they are not convinced that that means that Sheila is able to confirm that Nelson was in fact in Connecticut. On that date I mean they banned Nelson not that good. No I'm serious. They were okay so then. That's just that's done then. No they weren't silly coincidence but it is kind of I mean it is so why would Nelson lie and say he didn't know her no they don't yeah they just think what what we're thinking is that it's still a little bit odd that this woman death keeps happening around the young. Okay so that is the end of her story. There's no connection there so you know. I watched her on on these episodes and she is proclaiming. Her innocence says that she's working on her case. So I guess we should get to our opinions here. Amy Want me to go. I sure all right so I think that Sheila is guilty of both crimes and I think that she has been appropriately sentenced for the second crime as we just discussed I think that twenty five years was probably a little too harsh given that they didn't know what else was going on. So just on the on the surface as she was she did receive the harshest sentence and I have to wonder if part of the reason was what we've talked about with women who look bad because they're having an so. Was the sentence harsh because it was just about the crime or was it also because she's a bad woman right she's she's suffering the gender stereotypes Given what I know now I'm sure it's a very appropriate sentence but it seemed a little bit harsh on the on the face. How about you. I agree with you on both points. I think she is guilty. Guilty GUILTY OKAY. But you agree. Twenty five years. Yeah I think you seemed a little surprised by that. Well I think twenty five to life is harsh for most people you know. I think we over incarcerate and over sentence people generally in our country especially for not even. If it's attempted murder I mean twenty. Maybe twenty five on the back end you know. Let her be eligible for parole sometime before that. Let's give this woman a chance. I'll as it turns out. She's not someone who needs to be needs to be in society clearly but looking at just the facts of that case. I think that's a very harsh sentence. I don't fight. Here's the problem. I can't say that I don't find Sheila totally intriguing. No I am not sure why you know that we get stuck on certain cases when I watched the episodes I found myself a little mesmerized. She is truly confident. I mean truly well-spoken and she is so adamant about her wrongful conviction that you almost believe her. I had a similar feeling to win. Not Not Melon case. I know I'm GonNa we always reference Melanie's case but I actually had a similar feeling to watching her. As when I watched the interrogation or one of the initial interogations of Jodi Arias Jodi areas. If you didn't know she was lying you wouldn't know she was. She was so good. She was so convincing. She was so that just shows us how bad we can judge. People's truthfulness you. Can't you know we're not? We're not good at that as humans. So what I would really love to do. I couldn't help it. The Ding Ding Ding. Gets you on the show? I League you're laughing. So actually what is cow? I would love to have a conversation with Sheila. Davel in which I could challenge her on some of these issues hall her right. So Sheila is in Bedford Hills. She's a local case..

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"sheila" Discussed on Women and Crime

Women and Crime

11:19 min | 2 years ago

"sheila" Discussed on Women and Crime

"This is the craziest. I mean. This is crazy. We've heard of people having affairs but never in this. Just get a hotel room because while the argument here would obviously that he would say why I go to your house. Yes but it also I mean. This has to be a marker as well. Why not just spend more time at his house? Why not make up an excuse that you're mentally ill? Brother lives at your house. Yeah why have your husband lead and manipulate the situation? You get away with that crazy but that ny so the question is why do that. What does it say you know? We talk about people who liked to push the envelope and liked to be smarter in control or I don't know if you can look at this as being indicative of what type of personality she has because they're like you said remain what personality disorder. She has more of the. Yeah okay so this is how she had this affair with Nelson. The police were obviously floored by the information. There floored again that Nelson is saying no. I stayed with her and this is what he said. Look she did not have Osmond. I stayed at her house. And they're like no no she did and then she later revealed how she would trick Nelson so Sheila decided they arrested Sheila clearly and she took her case to trial and she used a defense of mental illness and she claimed that she had a dissociated episode in that moment and it stemmed from PTSD from years of growing up in a war zone in Iran in the nineteen so she was claiming temporary insanity. I guess that would say she's not saying time insane. It was just like I had an episode definitely temporary. Yes and again. She's just saying look. I've been subjected to such violence in and there are times when I've been triggered and snapped and I snapped at this moment. So was she on trial for stemming the two times because I would wonder if she's also using self defense or were. They only charging her with that. I stepping right because she stabbed him twice but she's giving a different excuse for each. She is giving a different excuse and both excuses would come to play at trial. Okay so she. She initially explained one as a dissociation Disorder and the second one as he knows she explained that later on as an episode kind of what she thought like a self defense. But I'm not sure now that I think back if maybe trial. She didn't just say that she snapped easier for her. Just to make sure have to. I would have to look back to see if she used that as the same excuse But she definitely later on in her interview said that the second time was confused we were fighting and I feel like he was going to try to hurt me and in an interview. I saw she all of a sudden so she didn't interview also with Piers. Morgan does a killer. Women show she all of a sudden pulls out this explanation that while Paul had a history of also hitting me at times and there was some violence that we chose not to discuss. This was completely new information. Piers Morgan is like we've never heard this before he went back and then questioned. The police officers everyone. This never came out at trial. This was never brought in during the investigation. This is a completely new assertion by Sheila Dabble in one of her first interviews K. Ally. I'm GONNA go at. This is a clear. Li- I think so. People also described Paul as the sweetest teddy bear. This is the guy who leaves. Because he's trying to be considerate. I mean I think this was also alive. Now here's what's surprising. Paul is called to the witness. Stand of course during Sheila's trial he's the victim but he defends Sheila. He comes to her aid saying that he also agreed like his wife was not violent towards him. He believed that she had some type of episode that she snapped and that he did not blame her for what happened. I think it was a surprise because he's the victim but he was extremely supportive so he testified for the defense. He had to testify for the prosecution because he he is a witness Beckham but in doing so he also came to her aid so I mean he's a prosecution witness who was also favorable. Did they ask him about this situation in the parking lot of hospital like? I wonder if his story was the same that they got into a struggle or whether or not they asked him and they did ask him and he just said that she stabbed me again okay he. He denied that there was that he didn't tell struggle. He did not. Okay so. Paul takes the stand. Sheila has a full trial. She did not the stand. Okay and the outcome here is that Sheila was found guilty of attempted murder and sentenced to twenty five years with no possibility of early parole now. This was the harshest possible. Service sentence was the harshest possible sentence. She could have received for the crime. Wow now it's interesting because maybe some thought this was the end of the story but given what they found out about Sheila Nelson. The police thought that perhaps this wasn't she loves first attempt at murder so there is actually more to this story a lot more to this story. Okay and I wanted to go back because you We also said that this was the harshest possible sentence which was true so there are two things about this at her sentencing. Paul again came to her aid advocated and asked for a lesser sentence. But and then one step even more shocking pulse family came to her sentencing his family and also asked for a lesser sentence for her saying that they loved her. She was a great daughter-in-law they've kids know. Okay they also. I thought this was interesting. Because they knew at this point that she was having an affair for so long but they still came to her aid. And even we didn't have any priors right. It's a harsh sentence. A not have victim impact statements and no priors and Warren harsh sentence. So in one of the interview she did. She said the same thing she's like. Well I totally understand why I was given. I fully expected to be given a long prison sentence. She's like but I didn't expect to be given the harshest sentence I think there are people who've committed murders where someone actually died and they're giving less time which is very true So I I agree. Twenty-five years is harsh. But then you have to look at it this way. She stabbed him twice any very well could have died in to die. It seems well did she. Or didn't she. That becomes one of the key questions so we have this question but regardless she gets twenty five years she's not going to be given parole and this time is to be served in New York so is at the end of the story. No it's not so the police learn about this connection now with Sheila and Nelson and wonder I. Does this have anything to do? With another case of a murder of a woman named Anna Lisa Raimondo. So who is Anna Lisa? And how does she connect to this case? Okay Annalisa also worked. At Purdue Pharma with Nelson and with Sheila. Annalisa was smart beautiful young graduate from Harvard. She was working in pharmaceutical research for the company. She was also. The woman Nelson settler was dating around the same time as Sheila and he left Sheila for her and pretty quickly after they began dating she and Nelson became engaged so now she is the one on the outside here so Nelson and Annalisa are moving. The relationship forward. Sorry this all happened prior to the stabbing of her husband. Correct thanks so this is all In and I'll give you the dates but this is all we're talking about a timeframe in two thousand two when she stabbed her husband in two thousand and three okay so she and Nelson become engaged but not too long after Nelson. Broke it off with Sheila. 'cause there's some overlap between Annalisa and Sheila Annalisa was stabbed to death in her home a brutal stabbing and I mean we just you know we've been covering some of these but it was. It was very brutal and she was also bludgeoned in the back of her skull and I did see some of the photos from the crime scene because I was watching this episode of Was it snapped or Piers Morgan? So some of crime scenes. There's a lot of blood. The blood went outside the home on the staircase so she's bludgeoned in the back of it's called. There was a nine one one. Call a female who said in a very like convoluted voice that she thought a man was attacking her neighbor. It was kind of a normal quality she goes. There's a man he's attacking my neighbor And it really was was muffled. It was an odd way and she provided an address for the attack but then she also gave several different addresses changing the address like three times or something like that but it was enough information for police officers to finally says Condo and obviously to find this brutal issue as at home by herself and her murder took place. Sorry I should've said before. The murder took place on November eighth two thousand and two WHO who was the caller. Did they ever find out This is going to become a very interesting part of the story. So it was the only thing they could determine at that time because the caller didn't leave a name was that it was absolutely a female. So that's it so. It was clearly Sheila Smart Cookie. You was or wasn't it. That is gonNA come into play. But that's probably the initial thought so well. That was nice of her. Well wasn't Nice of her. Because there's they say the reason she actually called and said it was a man attacking was to take any focus off. Anyone thought they saw woman. But we'll get into that amy stealing with under she's smart okay so Nelson was initially the suspect. Of course because WHO's going to be the suspect of a vicious stabbing a personal crime as we've talked about in the home it's going to be the person closest but what happened was that they were able to confirm pretty quickly that he was working during the time of. Analii says murder and so they turn to Sheila Davalos and it took some time to build their case but they did wind up charging her with murder. But it wasn't for five or six years so she would have gotten away with that if she'd never stabbed her husband. Yes interest this is. This is where we get. We're going to go off so here. Here's what's happening okay. So Sheila was charged. For the murder. Of ANNALISA Raimondo. Five six years after analysts murder but the COPS WERE. They were moving slowly. They had some evidence they were trying to piece together. They knew they didn't have to rush. Because guess what. She was serving his sentence already of twenty five years and she's in Bedford Hills Correctional Facility in New York. And so they're not in a rush because she's not going anywhere right so they were criticized for taking so long but they said look. We understand that criticism. We didn't come to her exactly right away. We were working also within the police department and we wanted to have the best case possible. They had the time exactly. So what's the rush okay? So she is charged with the murder and she decides to do something very interesting at her trial. She decides to represent herself. You know the saying right. The person who The person who represents himself has a fool for a client is that it sounds right..

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"sheila" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

03:20 min | 2 years ago

"sheila" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

"Sheila in this ominous got motivation it's one of two point seven kiss FM. one. for more money it's called one of the issue one of two point seven KIIS FM the Sunday would you drive. after.

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"sheila" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"sheila" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

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