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California's epic melting snowpack means cold, deadly torrents ahead of Memorial Day weekend
"California safety officials are warning that some of the states rivers could be deadly this Memorial Day weekend. Safety officials say California rivers fed by the mass of Sierra Nevada snow pack over the winter have been turned into deadly torrents, at least 7 people have died or gone missing this spring, Justin Sylvia of the Sacramento fire department. This year we're seeing higher water. Faster water and colder water. And Sylvia says some people are taking unnecessary risks. We're seeing a lot of people not wearing life jackets. That's our big message this year is put a life jacket on. With this higher water, you can see snags out there. There's more of that from the surface that you can not see. Sylvia says Sacramento has already had 20 water rescues this year, nearly as many as all of 2022. I'm Donna water
Sylvia Garcia Asks Useless Questions During 'Twitter Files' Hearing
"Listen to this exchange, listen to how in the know Sylvia Garcia, Democrat from Texas is about the country that she represents. I'll move on and I wanted to ask mister Schilling the same questions or when did you first visit with her get contacted by mister Musk? I'm not going to reveal my sources, but like I said, I was invited by Barry Weiss. You might ask me for sources, sir. I'm just asking you to technology. Did you first make contact with mister Musk? I don't know the exact date. Was it? It was December. It was December. December of, well, there's a lot of December. December of last year. Which December? December of last year, ma'am. Last year, the 2022? Yes. All right. Now, in your discussion in your answer, you also say that you were invited by a friend Barry Weiss. My friend Barry Weiss. So this friend works for Twitter or what is her? She was a journalist. Sir, I didn't ask you a question. I'm now asking mister schellenberger a question. Yes, ma'am. Barry Weiss is a journalist. I'm sorry, sir? She's a journalist. She's a journalist. So you work in concert with her? Yeah. Do you know when she first was contacted by mister Musk? I don't know. You don't know. So you're in this as a threesome. Um, there was many more people involved than that. There wasn't ready more people involved with it. Are you being paid to be here today either through consulting fees? No. Campaign contribution. Absolutely not. Absolutely. I'm hearing fired. Absolutely not. And a lady's time has expired. That's a United States congresswoman. That woman, you'd laugh at her in the grocery store. If she started talking in the grocery store like she was a clerk and you just struck up a conversation and say, oh, this poor thing.
"sylvia" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The tape podcast, a conversation with Sylvia jablonsky of defiance, ETFs. You kind of have the ETFs out there already that, you know, attract and represent the classic sectors that investors want access to. The second wave of products was really in the thematic space and you started to see these cool broader themes, you know, like whether it's space or EVs and things like that. Now you have, as you said, this Jim Cramer long short. I think providers are just coming, trying to come out with something new that will gather assets and will represent something that people actually want to trade. And people do follow Jim Cramer and have strong opinions either way on his stock. What's a successful ETF in terms of size? What's considered to be a successful ETF? What kind of clothes do you need to see? Yeah. You know, it depends on the management fee. So obviously the higher the fee, the lower the thresholds that you need for success. So if you have an ETF that has 90 bps to 1% and you gather 20 million, that's sort of a decent baseline. But if you have an ETF that's priced at ten, 20, 30 bucks, you need to see hundreds and millions of assets to actually really generate a profit on that product because ETFs are actually pretty costly to run on the back end. Talk to us about the trend of mutual funds converting to ETFs. I find that fascinating kind of where are we in that process and how do you think it plays out going forward? You know, I'm young enough where I've invested in ETFs for a really long time and I've worked with people who are really like mutual fund believers, hardcore, which will fund believers and thought that the ETF would go away. I mean, it's just really hard to argue that mutual fund assets will remain where they are. ETFs are
"sylvia" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Taped podcast, a conversation with Sylvia jablonsky of defiance, ETFs. You kind of have the ETFs out there already that, you know, attract and represent the classic sectors that investors want access to. The second wave of products was really in the thematic space and you started to see these cool broader themes, you know, like whether it's space or EVs and things like that. Now you have, as you said, this Jim Cramer long short. I think providers are just coming, trying to come out with something new that will gather assets and will represent something that people actually want to trade. And people do follow Jim Cramer and have strong opinions either way on his stock. What's a successful ETF in terms of size? What's considered to be a successful ETF? Do you need to see? Yeah. You know, it depends on the management fee. So obviously the higher the fee, the lower the thresholds that you need for success. So if you have an ETF that has 90 bps to 1% and you gather 20 million, that's sort of a decent baseline. But if you have an ETF that's priced at ten, 20, 30 bucks, you need to see hundreds and millions of assets to actually really generate a profit on that product because ETFs are actually pretty costly to run on the back end. Talk to us about the trend of mutual funds converting to ETFs. I find that fascinating kind of where are we in that process and how do you think it plays out going forward? You know, I'm young enough where I've invested in ETFs for a really long time, but I've worked with people who are really like mutual fund believers, hardcore, which will fund believers and thought that the ETF would go away. I mean, it's just really hard to argue that mutual fund assets will remain where they are. ETFs
"sylvia" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"A conversation with Sylvia jablonsky of defiance, ETFs You kind of have the ETFs out there already that track and represent the classic sectors that investors want access to. The second wave of products was really in the thematic space and you started to see these cool broader themes, you know, like whether it's space or EVs and things like that. Now you have as you said this Jim Cramer long short. I think providers are just coming trying to come out with something new that will gather assets and will represent something that people actually want to trade. And people do follow Jim Cramer and have strong opinions either way on his stock. What's a successful ETF in terms of size? What's considered to be a successful ETF? Do you need to see? Yeah. You know, it depends on the management fee. So obviously the higher the fee, the lower the thresholds that you need for success. So if you have an ETF that has 90 bps to 1% and you gather 20 million, that's sort of a decent baseline. But if you have an ETF that's priced at ten, 20, 30 bucks, you need to see hundreds and millions of assets to actually really generate a profit on that product because ETFs are actually pretty costly to run on the back end. Talk to us about the trend of mutual funds converting to ETFs. I find that fascinating kind of where are we in that process and how do you think it plays out going forward? You know, I'm young enough where I've invested in ETFs for a really long time, but I've worked with people who are really like mutual fund believers, hardcore, we shall find believers and thought that the ETF would go away. I mean, it's just really hard to argue that mutual fund assets will remain where they are. ETFs are
"sylvia" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Of the tape podcast, a conversation with Sylvia jablonsky of the client's ETFs You kind of have the ETFs out there already that, you know, a track and represent the classic sectors that investors want access to. The second wave of products was really in the thematic space and you started to see these cool broader themes, you know, like whether it's space or EVs and things like that. Now you have, as you said, this Jim Cramer long short. I think providers are just coming, trying to come out with something new that will gather assets and will represent something that people actually want to trade. And people do follow Jim Cramer and have strong opinions either way on his stock market. Wait, what's a successful ETF in terms of size? What's considered to be a successful ETF? What kind of flows do you need to see? Yeah. You know, it depends on the management fee. So obviously the higher the fee, the lower the thresholds that you need for success. So if you have an ETF that has 90 bps to 1% and you gather 20 million, that's sort of a decent baseline. But if you have an ETF that's priced at ten, 20, 30 bucks, you need to see hundreds and millions of assets to actually really generate a profit on that product because ETFs are actually pretty costly to run on the back end. Talk to us about the trend of mutual funds converting to ETFs. I find that fascinating kind of where are we in that process and how do you think a place out going forward? You know, I'm young enough where I've invested in ETFs for a really long time and I've worked with people who are really like mutual fund believers, hardcore, which will fund believers and thought that the ETF would go away. I mean, it's just really hard to argue that mutual fund assets will remain where they are
"sylvia" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Conversation with Sylvia jablonsky of the finance ETFs You kind of have the ETFs out there already that track and represent the classic sectors that investors want access to. The second wave of products was really in the thematic space and you started to see these cool broader themes, you know, like whether it's space or EVs and things like that. Now you have, as you said, this Jim Kramer long short. I think providers are just coming trying to come out with something new that will gather assets and we'll represent something that people actually want to trade. And people do follow Jim Cramer and have strong opinions either way on his stock. What's a successful ETF in terms of size? What's considered to be a successful ETF? Do you need to see? Yeah. You know, it depends on the management fee. So obviously the higher the fee, the lower the thresholds that you need for success. So if you have an ETF that has 90 bps to 1% and you gather 20 million, that's sort of a decent baseline. But if you have an ETF that's priced at ten, 20, 30 bucks, you need to see hundreds and millions of assets to actually really generate a profit on that product because ETFs are actually pretty costly to run on the back end. Talk to us about the trend of mutual funds converting to ETFs. I find that fascinating kind of where are we in that process and how do you think it plays out going forward? You know, I'm young enough where I've invested in ETFs for a really long time and I've worked with people who are really like mutual fund believers, hardcore, we shall find believers and thought that the ETF would go away. I mean, it's just really hard to argue that mutual fund assets will remain where
"sylvia" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Central Bank chiefs about the outlook for the economy and interest rates. The S&P has been hovering near the 3815 Fibonacci 38.2% retracement level that investors have been closely watching. Quarterly, we rebalancing a portfolio's contributed to the equity market choppiness bonds and the dollar also gained. Sylvia yablonski defiance ETFS CEO tells Bloomberg, investor confidence is low right now, but it's not a bad time for those who may want to go along. Let's take a look at these markets. The S&P 500 is down three tenths of a percent down 11. The Dow Jones Industrial Average is up a tenth of a percent. Up 24 and the NASDAQ is down a half a percent down 50. The ten year is up 1730 seconds with a yield of 3.1%. West Texas intermediate crude is little changed at a $111, 70 cents a barrel. Comics gold is a little changed at 1819 90 an ounce. The dollar yen one 36 49. The Euros of dollar O four 54 and the British pound a dollar 21 13. Let's take a look at this story peloton interactive shares have fallen as much as 6.2% today, hitting an all time intraday low after UBS reaffirmed. It's celebrating on the at home fitness company Citi negative user trends. Let's look at some of the FANG Stocks, Netflix is currently down 1.9% at one 76 23 and the apple is up 1.4% at one 39 27. That's a Bloomberg business flash, balance of power with David Westin continues now on Bloomberg radio. This is balance of power on Bloomberg television and
"sylvia" Discussed on Deeply Upsetting
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Pope Francis Encourages Covid Vaccines in Media Campaign
"Bid to counter vaccine skepticism and hesitancy. Pope Francis has added his voice to the chorus of leaders urging everyone to get inoculated against Covid 19. NPR's Sylvia Poggioli reports on the pontiff's public service message. In the video, Francis says vaccines grant us the hope of ending the pandemic, but only if they are available to all and if we work together, competent being vaccinated with vaccines authorised by the competent authorities, the pope says, is an act of love. Love is also social and political, The pope adds. It's universal. When Francis was vaccinated in February, he said, it's an ethical obligation. Vaccine. Skepticism has been high among religious conservatives. But the Vatican has declared the covid vaccines morally acceptable for Catholics, including those based on research that use cells derived from aborted fetuses. Sylvia
"sylvia" Discussed on Life Is Now Podcast
"The the last two have been magnificent. Anticipating four will be just as great. Well we wanna firstly thank you. We're very grateful and honored that you're on the show. Me and christina have been looking forward to this for so long. And i wanna thank everybody and if everybody is tuned in and you are listening if you don't google or research who still higher. You're going to be doing this service for your personal life so i recommend five thousand percent. Thank you sylvia. It's been a pleasure and honor. You have changed vision. I think when i entered personal development. If it wasn't for you because this happens in any organization. Somebody's responsible for someone moving forward. And i tell you if it was not for you. I probably wouldn't have continued the journey. And i probably would not have this platform christina about creating a beautiful win win world where everyone gets to go and everybody matters Because my old conversation when that conversation came up what have you done for your community and my answer was nothing i had. I woke up and got into when we started feeding homeless people. Wow people really matter. And then that's when. I decided you know what i wanna use my voice not to be anymore but to use that void where we can transform help other people and and that's what you gave me from the first day i met you and you mean a lot to me and i thank you and having you here on the show is like wow. Thank you so much what you were them. Stay until the opportunity okay. You have a wonderful wonderful evening. And god bless you..
"sylvia" Discussed on Life Is Now Podcast
"Whoa and i- since then Have never done any kind of work. That i did love that. I wasn't passionate about. Didn't speak to my whole reason for being so he changed my life and what i learned through you know lots of reflection and prayer and talking with god. Is that when you ask low yielding question tower questions. You're going to get low caliber answers and That you out of cloth and began to ask myself. Life-changing question provocative questions that were promote info parts myself and things that i've never had even considered a thought about and then from there it evolved into a book. You know things aren't always what it seems. That was one of the tough issues in my life. What i see now looking back. Is that book actually being written. But it didn't feel like a book. When i was going through saw like i just couldn't get it together. Couldn't figure out what i wanted was a ever gonna turn out to be a loser. What's going on. And what's amazing is that It's a journey of self discovery. And for somebody that doesn't know you runs into the book they're gonna think it's a self discovery about themselves but actually adderley. It was a self discovery of your life. Yeah absolutely and and may i just say that i am currently in that same portion of my journey. And here's you say that It means my though The like i just believe that when people put themselves out there when they're open and authentic. You never know how you can actually liberate someone l. out. It's it's no coincidence that you're sharing this story and earn. We going through the exact. In a little bit of words christina is ready to jump out the parachute she is. She's very jumping free. Falling out of you open here. I'm you hear us in inspiration. And that's why i had to say well. She's really living the jumping not worried about what looks like. Oh how much money. she's losing. Just jumping okay when it comes from the deep inter-party yourself we wear you spirit. You know my spirit lives in line with god. That voice be. Listen listen to your inner voice and you can't go wrong. you know. Actually one of the things that i would say his transformed. I used to play pray. Pray pray pray. And i still do but i say sylvia's shut up. Listen and i've listened. Bhagat it also and connect in that way and the more i do it. The louder voice becomes and the more able to. You know allying operate respond accordingly. Oh well that's exactly where. I'm getting My or the from sylvia's thank you for reassurance. And i'm on the young christina. I would say to you really stick with the book right now because the russians are so potent and the book is really designed to wake people up to keep you awake or awaken and sometimes we wait into something major going on their lives and we looked up and we've fallen asleep on south who fall asleep on our lives and that's because we're not asking ourselves on a routine basis the right kinds of self election reflective life question and so i was trying to think what would be a greek way that we could you know. Keep that joke going and so every day. There's there's a potent question that will trigger some random thought or access. Some parts of yourself that you've been considering or had not been consoling. How silly just listening to you and hearing your your journey. I definitely can feel and i know a lot of the listeners can feel your confidence and i know you have a i am woman and it's a tremendous value that it offers thousands of women all over the world. What do you think is the most significant challenge to female leadership today..
"sylvia" Discussed on Life Is Now Podcast
"And christina. Welcome to life is now. This show is about inspiring impacting motivating and lifting people spirits and for people who wanna reach unlimited possibilities. Today in this podcast series. We are talking about as a matter of fact. We're interviewing sylvia. Hi hi hi. I am so excited. Are you ready to hear what she has to say. Yes an amazing event. i am woman. You guys don't want to miss it. When is that coming up again mike. I'm not gonna even tell you a matter of fact today. We're not gonna even get into this podcast we're gonna get into the me and potatoes. Let's go look for sylvia. Hi right now. let's go Welcome everybody and instance. Life is now hot. Cast with mike and myself christina and we a special guest today Honorary guests the exact by the name of sylvia. Hi you'll be a. How are you today. I am absolutely fantastic Here in san francisco and it's nice and sunny and warm and beautiful store. I'm great about you. We go ahead and speak for mike and myself and we are great. We are static to have you like beyond belief and beyond words to have A woman and a human being of your on our podcast. Those thank you so much though. let's begin You're amazing then. I am woman i love the whole tribute to women. By the way i may add. It reminds me of Beyond saying her whole Movement a powerful women you know. She has a All woman band though why women be well you know this is my third year doing it. Christina. i am woman and The first year it was we were. I am woman and our focus of thing was undaunted unwavering unmatched in any way by honoring women. I wanna i say that is in no way Taking a declaration or as being that men are equally as important and powerful and we need them. You know we need them together..
"sylvia" Discussed on Under the Gun
"I start tightening up too much i from early position. I start tightening up too much. What ends up happening. More often than not is i find myself. Dwindled down to twenty two big winds. And i'm like i'll faulk now. Now you're playing like chauffeured. Verse raises a lot and stuff like that. Yeah it's definitely an issue and if you think about it like this to your this is a pretty wide open that we just saw them to the right and this is assuming that it's playing against itself right the solver so that's a pretty tough player. That's playing against the three beds. A lot puts it in tough spots in reality. A lot of tables where people don't really three bet much versus thirty big sex as you might actually get away with more raises than are on the charts like the next level of using this information is like oh if can do this against the top player maybe against like a soft light degrees king five suited or i can raise pocket fours or as adolf suit or something like that. I listen. I already feel like i'm ready to play tournament. Let's go. I'm doing okay. Let's let's get really fun and you start saying this up. You're like. I wanna use this now okay. So this is the classic via what. Is this your how to play a hand from anywhere at any stack size. Yes so okay so basically. Let's say you take a hand. That's tough for you. Like jackie suited. If you click on. Jackie suited jack. So that's on a click on jacket suited. There you go yeah so. Let's say that jackie too. It's a hand that you weren't really sure. Play from early middle position. Whatever you feel less confident with it so now if you go over to that created that you're on you look at it that british showing you how to play jacket suited from every position on every stack size when it's unopened to you. So look if you look at like under the words yuji fifteen at the top left.
The Legacy and the Future of Pride Month
"June twenty eighth nine thousand nine hundred sixty nine fifty two years ago. Police raided the stonewall in a gay bar and the uprising. That followed was led by trans activists. Marsha p johnson and sylvia rivera and it sparked a movement that has continued for decades marsha and sylvia like the trans vibe in lower manhattan at the time. It was real. They were taking up space at the stonewall inn and other places and that's why when the police raided they were like nana. You're not gonna quietest so. The first pride march in new york city was held on the one year anniversary of that uprising at stonewall similar marches went on in chicago san francisco los angeles but the history of that is rooted in resistance towards police violence over the last few years. It's like you know. Hey everybody is celebrating pride there you see. Cvs there you see comcast there you see. At and t. Putting out statements basically professing to be lgbtq allies but still giving money to politicians who are pushing anti lgbtq legislation and this is just three out of the twenty five companies that are actually pushing anti lgbtq federal state politicians. So as june comes to an end can do a little bit of a temperature. Check kinda how are you feeling at this moment in our. I'm wondering how are you thinking about this moment in going forward in two thousand twenty one post pandemic to put it singly. I think that aside from everything i think. That pride is as much about a recommitment to the unfinished business of nineteen. Sixty-nine as it is a celebration celebration has to be a part of any type of commemoration especially for people color. It's how we retain joy in the moments of difficulty but at the same time. I think that we have to recognize that. There's a lot of unfinished business. And specifically when it comes to the intersection of gender identity and race and economic opportunity all of those things that sylvia and marsha embodied in their life of the challenges in the hope that still remains very much on the table. And so i think that's what pride is every year and that's what i look to do with a recommitment
Shirin Oskooi Loves a Five-Six Suited Combo
"I welcome serene school we. She is a poker player survivor. All-star attack executive and now to add to that list of credits. The creator of flop them all a new poker training program which you created with poker pros russell. Thomas and jesse sylvia so the greed is all about the collision of universal the theoretical aspects of poker the vapor specific and how a hand is situated into the theory of poker itself. And so. I'm really happy that today's ren- chosen hand. That does both. It is a hand that she loves for its chameleon theoretical properties. anna had. The tape played at a live tournament when she was just getting super into poker six suited. Hello shereen welcome to the great and thanking for tackling this combo. Yes thank you for inviting me on here. Really excited to talk to you about all of us. Choose five six suited or six five suited. It's funny. I usually say five six suited but i feel like poker players have thing of saying things in descending order and so i try to lake correct and i guess it's usually more about like the flop that they care about the descending order but i still try to say everything in that order to get myself into more of the poker lingo. I think low suited connectors a lot of boettger players. Say it the way that you intuitively said it five six suited. I really hear both ways either as good and tell us a little bit about this particular hand and why it's intriguing to you and of course the hand that took place at the win. Yeah so just five suited on its own as a hand really interests me because i got through building flop symbol. I got super into poker solvers and his writing sims myself over the last year. And so i live and breathe pre flop sense every day and and so you find these like like deep tree spots where really around the five vertical on the grid. Where like ace five suited starts doing interesting things. King five suited like ace five. At least you can get like the the wheel straight so. Yeah so you get like the ace five get straight but even kings five suited search doing interesting things in in deep spots when you're defending it from the big blind a minute goes all the way down to five six suited. Four five suited where. Let's say you are facing this like multi all in call up. Call caw caw. And what like the way that the pre flop Ranges change as more and more people calling. All in right is that it gets fewer and fewer hands to call. It really comes down to like queens up even start losing your as kings. You get to point where it's just as you can only call with aces. And then the solver does a really interesting thing which is after that point it starts adding in four or five suited by six suited in particular five six suited. And so like. It's just one of these crazy spots and what it actually means is basically like if you're if you're ever like super deep and you're like the very big stack at a table and then there's all this crazy action going on and you somehow wake up in position with five six suited the call and maybe it's not a call depending on how you wanna live your life but like if you're yellowing it and going forward and if you're a believer in this oliver's like then it's a call and for that reason i referred these hands mainly five six suited but also like four or five sometimes six or suited very occasionally eight ten suited pops in their these low suited connectors the god
"sylvia" Discussed on Sparkle Stories Podcast
"Oh said martin who paused for a moment took breath and then said okay. Well i'm gonna work on that now. That is grit said. Daddy proudly you wanted to know what grit is. That is grit. I have grit to daddy said sylvia. Walking back to her side of the table. I couldn't make an airplane. That doggy could ride so instead. I'm drawing pictures of doggy in airplane. Nice solution said daddy with a giggle. I am going to be busy working on that bathroom sink. So why don't the two of you use each other's grit for the next chunk of time. Okay okay they both said as they focused on their work for the rest of the afternoon martin worked on his microscope with a new determination. Many of his solutions didn't work so well but then he used a pocket flashlight and fixed it to the side of the box. He turned on the light and it worked. He then took a pencil and taped it to the box in the paper tube to the pencil. And he had an ip -s for his microscope he covered everything in tin foil and then gave it a try a specimen he said looking around the room. Sylvia looked up at her brother and then over to her bowl of marbles. She wondered if she should offer again and then said well. There's these and she held out a marble to him perfect. He said taking the marble he placed it inside the box under the magnifying glass and then turned on the light. Can i look asked. Sylvia delighted to be a part of the process. Sure just look through this tube. He said stepping back sylvia's smiled and leaned over to look. She tried one. I and the other and then suddenly said oh. It's big it's a really big marble. It works martin. Sylvia then wrapped her arms around martin's neck in excitement. Can i see now asked martin with a big smile. Sylvia then stepped aside and martin took look. Wow.
"sylvia" Discussed on Sparkle Stories Podcast
"Jonathan came over for a play date they all became explorers. Discovering strange island. Martin was the ship's captain. Jonathan was the navigator. Sylvia was the horse trainer. They decided to do most of their exploring on horseback. And sasha was the lead scientist. Martin liked how his friend. Sasha gathered up specimens and samples of plant life and took them back to their playhouse to study them at one point. Sasha declared that they all needed a microscope for studying. The specimens close up. Martin nodded his head and agreed but he didn't have one when the play date was over and their friends went back home. Martin announced that he was going to give her a microscope. She loves science in studying things. So i wanna give her one. Mama nodded her head. And said i remember when i had my first microscope. I loved it. But i was a lot older than sasha. I how well you know. Your friend said daddy but a microscope is the kind of present that mommas and daddies like to buy. I don't want to buy her. A microscope explained martin. I'm going to make her one mama and daddy were quiet for a moment and then daddy asked cautiously. Do you know how to make a microscope. No but i'm really good at inventing things said martin matter of factly. Remember when you made the little airplane said sylvia with a smile it kind of crashed lot. It needed a motor said martin remembering the project it would have worked if by at a motor that is always the challenge with inventing. Isn't it asked daddy as he went into the kitchen to finish making lunch. Working with the materials that you have it take some patients and creativity and sticking to it. The microscopes going to be easy said martin with a little bit of a frown. I'm going to start now. Okay sure said daddy with a smile mama's in town today. And i have some house projects i need to do so. I'm not going to be able to help you too much. That's okay said martin. I don't need any help. Can i do inventions to asked sylvia. Sure said martin as he headed up the steps to get his supplies basket. But you have to.
Murders and Disappearances: Can Psychics Solve the Crimes?
"Now like i said i don't think it's outside the realm of possibility that a person can have psychic abilities. I do think that sylvia brown did not have psychic abilities. But i wanted to present you with some cases where psychics got it right. it turns out. Those cases are very hard to find. Even if you pop over to reader's digest dot com which i don't recommend and read articles with headlines like twenty times psychics. Got it right once. You barely scratched the surface on those cases. You find out. It's a little more complicated. It's super hard to get good. Statistics on police use psychics and investigations. Police don't really like to talk about how much they rely on psychics and in some cases get older. The information on them changes drastically if you read five articles about a case from fifty years ago. Each written in subsequent decade. You'll find the reporting goes from police. Credit so-and-so psychic for pointing them in the right direction to initially police admitted to using a psychic helped but later retracted the statement to eventually police adamantly deny using psychic and the case and claim that any information a psychic may have given was patently wrong. So it's a little hard to keep track of but according to an article in forbes. The cia conducted a study and found that eight out of eleven police officers. Polled said. they used psychics to help them solve crimes. Eight out of eleven. Oddly enough. I couldn't gain access to the cia report even though it was supposed to be declassified the link was broken i think someone high up read the report and was like fuck. Now burn that shit but eight out of eleven is a lot. I don't even think eight out of eleven people believe in psychics. Generally eight out of eleven even if those numbers are inflated and it's more like five out of eleven. Don't you think there must be something we don't know and look there could be many reasons caught. Might turn to a psychic desperation. Laziness appeasing distraught loved ones and even if afterward they try to back pedal and make it. Look like the psychic wasn't helpful. It does make you wonder why. So many police officers who aren't generally known for their hippy. Dippy reported using psychics to help them solve cases.
MediCaid & You - All You Need to Know
"Today with me is sylvia green and she is going to be talking to us about a kick. I know nothing about this is a good one. To chat about things medicaid. I told her. I have to remember to call medicated. Not medical so thank you for coming on and philly lewis in on everything. We need to know about medicaid. Thank you jennifer for. Having me on excited atom you have a company that deals specifically in medicaid services. So they want to start there. Or i'm not even sure where it's a good place to start. Definitely yes yes. So tenable senior planning. We are medicaid planning service and we assist individuals and seniors and their loved ones with the medicaid planning process and the actual medicaid application process. So senator the process can be quite challenging. Yes it is. You know definitely a lot of documentation that's required on a lot of knowledge that's required so that you know what documentations wired and you know what to do with assets what you can do what you should do. You know what your options are so definitely it is. It is a process. That is very daunting. Especially when you're not a professional at it or like dealing with people like i just i don't deal well with banks insurance companies any of those regulated type. Things is just what it is. I have like a visceral reaction two minutes on hold. And i'm just like losing my mind that stuff up to my husband which is much better.
Tarrant County and UNT Health Science to Open More COVID-19 Vaccination Sites
"County and the U. N. T Health Science Center Point open more vaccination sites here in the county. Katherine's airfields is in the U. N. T Health Science Center and Tarrant County have already established sites at the Stop, Six neighborhood and Saginaw with the bolt to provide better access to those in underserved communities. Sylvia Trent Adams, with the U. N T Health Science Center, says they're also planning 17 registration events. Registration is critical to make sure we can identify When In fact, things are planned for given day, and then for the extra capacity for walkin access. They also planned to open for new sights. Campbell in Zaire. W B A B NEWS Our
First bus carrying migrant girls from border arrives in Houston
"Unaccompanied female Children arrived in the North Houston facility last night with representative Sylvia Garcia there to greet them. I had a good visit with the pastor. And I assured him that if there was anything that he needed from me, my office or any message that needs to get to the White House that he could count on me. The facility will hold up to 500 occupants. More Children are expected to arrive. Katie our
Wet Notes for 2-28-21
"This is wet notes on scuba shaq radio for sunday february twenty eighth two thousand and twenty one. Well i up today. I'm going to do an update on dry suit talq now ever since i've owned a dry suit i've been using those little pouches of talk to dust my wrist seals and neck seals. And that makes it easier to put on especially if it gets a little humid. Well we used to get these little pouches from magnet who then became gear aid when we could no longer get them from juried. We switched to getting them from diving unlimited international or dui. Recently we ran low on these talca pouches. Wanted to order some more. But do you. I stopped producing those talk pouches. I guess i'm guessing near some concern around. The safety of talk i noticed has been in news over recent years. So donna reached out to peak from dui and he suggested cornstarch to dust are seals. Make sure you do it every time now. That sounds a little strange to me. But it looks like people are using it in place of the talq. We'll give it a try. And i'll let you know how goes cornstarch. It's not just for cooking next up. Is things start opening up and we travel outside the country. We're going to need to get tested for in nineteen before we can come back well. Resorts are out there. And they're starting to accommodate their customers and making it easier to get tested. So for example. I just saw where enroll roett to resorts. The turquoise bay dive resort and the mayan princess beach dive resort are offering onsite cova testing on thursdays and fridays. And then what happens. Is you'll get electronic. Results are available in three hours. And then you'll have a hard copy the next day now you still have to pay for it in a costs about fifty bucks. Then i also check the cocoa view site down there and roett tan and it looks like they are also offering onsite testing but their prices coming in at eighty five dollars so it looks like if you're going to travel to row attend you'll find it easier to get tested for corona virus and get back home as long as you test negative but i think more and more of these dive operators out there are going to provide that cova testing or options for people so that you can go travel and then make it easier for you to get back home. Also last i think a couple of weeks ago. The president of the united states signed executive order. One three nine eight and with that executive order it mandated. That masks are to be worn on all public maritime vessels including ferries. What does that mean for dive boats. Well deana did. Some research and found out that this mandate includes commercial vessels used for dive charters and dive related activities. You'll need to be masked up upon boarding disembarking and the duration of travel. Obviously this can only apply to us. Operators i think this makes sense and i'm sure common sense will prevail given our unique circumstances when we go diving way back in the beginning of two thousand twenty i did a segment on dive travel insurance then in mid two thousand and twenty. I noticed the divers alert network. Dan their travel insurance was not available on their website is back now. However there was a short article on dive newswire that indicated that there are qualified cove in nineteen related cancellation and interruptions covered. There's a lot of detail on their website. You can read through. Essentially they cover prepaid travel arrangements. If you your host at your destination you traveling companion or family member test positive for covid. Nineteen there's also levels of coverage while traveling but you need to do your research. The good news however is that the dan travel insurance is back and it looks like they are helping to try and address the corona virus issues. It's always a good day when i go out to the mailbox and that the latest issue of the journal of diving history has arrived. That happened earlier this week. The cover of the first quarter two thousand twenty one magazine features to five women who made up the team of tech tight to mission six dash fifty. Which was america's first off female saturation team. The five women included peggy lucas. An hurley hotline renata lynch true elena schmidt and sylvia earle the journal of diving history. Formerly historical. diver magazine is the official magazine of the historical diving society. Usa and is part of your membership. I can't wait to dive into all the articles i saw. The other day that there's been a an oil spill off the coast of israel and lebanon and it's impacting over one hundred miles of coastline. Now what's a little disconcerting about this is that they don't know where this is coming from this washing up on the beaches. It's the seems like there's some sort of gag order on the release of information. I'm just not sure why there was. Also a thin whale washed up on the beach apparently with oil in its loans. They say this is undoing. Much of the progress made over the last thirty years. Let's hope they figure out where this is coming from or where it came from. And if they're able to minimize the impacts and finally here's some really big news in the scuba industry especially related to scuba tanks. Luxembourg is getting out of the aluminum tank business on february twenty third. Luxor held their fourth quarter and full year. Two thousand and twenty analysts call and that's where they announced their divestiture of their aluminum product lines now. The rationale according to their press release is that they wanted to focus on high performance magnesium alloys zirconium catalysts and high pressure composite cylinders. Guess to profit margin. Just wasn't there on the aluminum tanks. They plan on selling those two aluminum forming operations in the united states and one in the in the uk. But we don't know who they're going to sell it to just yet more to come on. This is it as it. Unfolds now luxembourg. They produced a lot of tanks. And there's a lot of them out there and we're going to see what that does to the supply chain as we move forward. Well that's it for wet notes for february twenty eighth two thousand and twenty one here on scuba shock radio
Grady Kerr's Lessons From Failing as a Entrepreneur
"Welcome everyone to another exciting episode of small biz. Buzz i'm laura dolan and i'm crystal heff and today. We have another fellow keeper with us. His name is grady. Kerr is the customer webinar trainer for our customers here at keep and today he's going to talk about the lessons. He learned from being failed entrepreneur. Grady it's true. I learned avon being great. It'd be an outdoor. i can't wait. This is going to be a great topic. And i just wanna say right from the start. Thank you for being so vulnerable. Vulnerable side that again and sharing this with our audience. I think it'll be a great lesson and not alone out there So i'm excited for it But a couple of things. You're expecting baby number five. That's true baby number five. I've got three boys a little girl and now another little boy on the way in any any any day now any moment now probably literally any moment now folks may hear it here first. Yeah i think we can do it at home. Maybe we'll do it live yes baby. Watch twenty twenty twenty twenty -solutely. Here's one thing we can take away from it. Like your year myers great. I got new kid on the way that. Say the same thing i'm like. Hey i adopted a puppy and a kitten this year. We're doing great so all about perspective. Exactly they're all making me jealous. I need at least two more puppies to make this year balance out so many to be adopted crystal do it. Well laura always handles intros. 'cause i'm a little bit nervous about getting right into it but has it affect awesome. Well should grady's child come. Well we're on this podcast. My payback will be. I will do the altro and i will make it really fun and exciting or grady as well as for everyone. I'm going back. ok. Grady make sure your wife is holding that kid in just a little longer. I will awesome. Well really excited. But i wanted to start off by asking or having you because lauren. I know your stuff all the time. I'll tell us a little bit more about what you as the trainer. Yeah you bet so. One of the initiatives that we've got going on right now is trying to scale our on boarding process trying to scale our customer education process and so i- host to open our series for the company the first one is called new customer webinars and it's designed for customers in their first thirty days. Tell them to get acclimated. Software learn how it works. Learn some use cases and then the second series. I host automation hours and in the automation hours. What we do is we help. Customers have been with us for plus modestly around that area and we on one of our amazing partners. Join us and talk about some more advanced topics really revolving around. Yeah that we've got to automate yet. The most success out of our software not about baseball. I know automation hours. Have come in really handy especially during covid trying to work on their make. Sure that it's functioning need it. Would that be honor now. Is i think when you're working in your business. That's when you're like you're not putting out fires and you're just like everything's just going in years. I'm just following along your day as managing you working on your businesses that outside in approach What's working what's not. How can it be more intentional. I think there's a lot to do right now. Is is pivot is the word. I love the geller. Mantra they saw. Hey i can't do business the way that i was before i've got a pivot somehow and that's really how the automation hours reborn like. We were going to have these going for two weeks as we find the curve and it was going to be done jokes on us. It's still going and so we have to go. And it's been a really really wealth of just good information and actionable content or just people over and over. And we've actually raiders to come and join us for every single session with great And so it's just great those customers out there that know that one of the best can do for your business get educated. Be able to know. Hey there's probably things out there that i don't know it's that vulnerability i talked about the such a failed entrepreneur like we have to be vulnerable in order for us to get better. You go to the doctor and you've got some sort of chest pain in the ass. You how you're doing. You're saying. Ben tastic dot can ever better like you're going to have a hard time. I've actually gone to the doctor with my mom or and they asked that question and she's listed like twenty things wrong with their before we get there and she's like oh he's been really good and i'm looking at her like no. We're getting into this today. So i'm like what about all these things doc looking at her like how could you say you're good with all these example. I know and that's really cool that it that it just took off like that you know you were only planning on having it a couple of weeks and here we are. That's amazing now. Do you see that these new customers have some common issues that that you also have. When you're starting your business i mean. I know we haven't gotten to that yet. So i know i'm jumping ahead. But the reason why people jump into these webinars to fill any kind of needs that they have. I think for me. The the common thread that i've seen is in. It's kind of but the idea of follow up. that's the global. There's different ways that we follow up that we follow up but follow up his always the common theme. It's an idea of something has occurred. And now i need to react to it and i don't do and so helping customers realized that one is that. Hey there's stimuli out there that usually react to and helping you understand how you can react and what tools you have at your disposal calva. Sylvia that reaction
Woman with a Gun Claiming to Have a Letter for Joe Biden Arrested near White House in Washington, DC
"Enforcement officials say a man and a woman were taken into custody at the approached a checkpoint near the White House on Saturday. The woman, 66 year old Sylvia Hall, told police she had a letter for President Biden officials say police found a loaded weapon in her vehicle nearby. The man who has not been identified, was arrested for carrying a BB gun boxes. Rachel Sutherland in
Draghi takes helm in Italy, focused on pandemic recovery aid
"Italy's new national unity government sworn in today in its first challenges will be the Corona virus pandemic and the economy. NPR's Sylvia Petroleum reports on the new prime minister, the former U Central Bank chief who saved Europe's single currency, Mario Draghi was the first to take the oath. Judah yesterday Fidelia la Republique camp, He swore loyalty to the Republican the Constitution and that he will work exclusively in the interests of the nation. He was followed by 23 ministers, a mix of unaffiliated tech. Regrets and politicians from across the political spectrum that Aggie has recognized across the world is a masterful economist with sharp political skills. He'll need them to keep his anomalous coalition. Together. It ranges from pro Europe liberals too far right nationalist who joined, hoping to have a say in spending the once in a generation recovery front pledged by Italy's
"sylvia" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The Vatican's criminal justice system has become more active with major prosecutions of financial crimes involving the Holy See. And last month, Pope Francis changed church law to explicitly allow women to take a greater liturgical role during Mass. The decree allows women to serve his readers at liturgies, altar servers and distributors of communion. And while in much of the Western world of women already do so, it's not the case everywhere. By making it official conservative bishops can no longer block women in their diocese from those roles. While not a radical shift, Michael. We says it officially recognizes common practices globally well again, it seems quite small for us, especially Westerners. It could have very significant impacts for women around the world as it will kind of And it gives them an authority and a recognition for the ministries that they do on the ground. Francis has also set up commissions to study the history of women deacons in the early centuries of the Catholic Church off which there is abundant evidence in the many frescoes in the ancient catacombs scattered throughout Rome. Sylvia Poggioli NPR NEWS Rome This'd is NPR news. You're listening to morning edition here on W N..
Impeachment brief: Democrats say Trump incited mob in Washington, DC
"Say Donald Trump endangered the lives of all members of Congress when he aimed a mob of supporters at the U. S. Capitol. They made the argument on a legal brief today that makes their most detailed case yet. For why the former president should be convicted and permanently barred from office. Texas Democratic Representative Sylvia Garcia told CNN that Trump very clearly incited the mob during his rally. And he said, and we find that we have to fight like hell. And that's insightful that's telling. People will go out there and do something so you better look at the totality of the circumstances and all the fax around the the actions that were taken. The document length Trump's baseless efforts to overturn the results of the presidential election to the deadly January 6th rioted the capital, it says. Trump bears unmistakable blame for actions that directly threatened the underpinnings of American democracy. Trump's lawyers also filed their defense brief today, Nick Harper reports. The nine Democrat House managers will argue in the upcoming impeachment trial that Donald Trump invited the riot, urging his supporters to storm the Capitol building and try and overturn Joe Biden's election win. Case will argue that Mr Trump will do anything to reassert his grip on power and should be denied any opportunity to run for reelection. His lawyers in defense say his continued baseless claims of voter fraud was simply him exercising his First Amendment rights, which constitutionally gives him the right of free speech. The trial is scheduled to begin next Tuesday. I'm Nick
Italy: Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte resigns
"Prime Minister just separate content, resigned today pushing the country into political uncertainty. NPR's Sylvia Poggioli reports. The power vacuum comes as Italy grapples with the covert 19 pandemic and severe economic stagnation counted formally handed his resignation to president said drama to read law at noon today, public with some Latina Good. Sam painted, the president's chief of staff, said moderator will begin consultations tomorrow with all political leaders to try to form a new government contest. Government. A coalition of the anti establishment five star movement and center left parties is the 66 since the end of World War two in the fall of fascism. Political scientists, Roberto D'Alimonte, he says Italians are unfortunately used to government crisis. We have not resolved in Italy the issue of political stability of government stability, and this is another example of these Malaysian on the Italian political system. But this government collapse is particularly ominous. Italy continues to Battle Cove in 19, which has already killed more than 86,000 people and devastated the country's already weak economy. People do not understand really, why We were in the political crisis, which is really internal for the political plans flash of conditions. That clash of ambitions were sparked by grumblings among coaches coalition partners In recent months, they began to complain about his centralization of power and his handling of some $240 billion in recovery funds Italy is to receive from the European Union. Last week, former Prime Minister Matteo Renzi withdrew his party's support in protest over cold his handling of the second phase of the pandemic and what he called contest lack of vision for Italy's future. Dante hopes to get the nod to try to form another government. But Dolly Monte says he's not irreplaceable. My government as soon as possible, went without culture and go on and take care of the epidemic in the recovery plane. Members of the outgoing coalition want at all costs to avert snap elections, which increases pressure on the squabbling politicians to reach a compromise.
"sylvia" Discussed on On Mic Podcast
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"sylvia" Discussed on Wealth Academy Podcast - Wealth Is More Than Just Moneyhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/paullawrencevann
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'Where Are The Women?': Uncovering The Lost Works Of Female Renaissance Artists
"Could not enter art academies in Italy, the cradle of Renaissance masters, no matter how talented Names of a few female artists of that time, and some from the centuries that followed, have often been lost in the mists of history. A Zen prior Sylvia Poggioli reports. There's an effort to bring their names and their work into the light. In this video tour of Florence is famed you Fitzy Museum travel writer Rick Steves list. Some of the highlights the United of Inches enunciation is exquisite. Michelangelo's holy family shows he could do more than carved statues. And Raphael in 2009, a nonprofit group was founded in Florence to see who's missing. I started going into the deposits and the museum storage is and addicts and Checking what was actually there. What works by women? It was something that had never been done before. Because no one had ever before. Asked the question, Where are the women? That's Linda Fanconi, an American writer who helped found a W a advancing women artists. The group has identified some 2000 artworks by women in museum basements and damp churches and finance The restoration of 70 works. Fanconi describes the challenges women artists faced in the Renaissance. Women didn't have citizenship. They couldn't produce art as a profession. They couldn't study anatomy no in the nude figures, for example, because it just wasn't considered appropriate. The inability to study in the same in the same forum as male artists is very significant. A major discovery was a huge canvas 21 ft. Long off 13 life sized men. The only known last supper painted by a woman. She's the 16th century Dominican nun, Clumpy Llanelli who worked inside a convent. Florence has a long last supper tradition. But, says Francona, most of them are static. Whereas Nelly actually chooses sort of the key moment in which Christ announces his betrayal and you have all of the apostles. Feeling the emotion of that very serious news. And so she is able to do. A study of their their responses of their psychological responses Give her time the nuns works were prized because they were believed to be imbued with spirituality. Art restorer, Elizabeth Week says. Like so many female artists, medley was then for gotten It seems to me to be about the middle of the 19th century when these paintings stop being mentioned in the guidebooks. Women artists stop being mentioned. If nobody writes about you, Then you fade from history. Weeks is restoring two large works by the Atlanta Ferrone E an 18th century child prodigy. Little is known of her other than she was born in 17. 20 lived in a period of great change, says writer and Ghaleb. We do know that well educated women. Certainly we're getting much more of a seat at the table, and there were definitely a few women who were achieving much greater. Prominence. Then before hands while still in her twenties, Federal Me was awarded a prestigious commission by a Florence hospital to paint two ovals. The subject matter was usually reserved for men spirituals scenes to help heal the ill. The art of healing has been a constant theme of AWS mission, says director Fanconi. Piece of art has its life. It gets hurt. It gets damaged. It needs renewal. It needs to be talked about and paid attention to accept the restoration as well as exhibits. Advancing women artists has fulfilled its mission, says Falcone, and the organization has announced it's shutting down next June due to insufficient funds. But it's not a sign of failure, she says, because art lovers are now finding answers to the question. Where are the women? Sylvia Poggioli NPR news
The Sodder Family Tragedy: 75 Years Later
"Long before his house burned down any lost five of his children. George solder saw the united states as a land of opportunity or at least of escape he was born as georgios saw do on the italian island of sardinia in eighteen ninety five. He spent the first thirteen years of his life. They're growing up in a small town on a hill. Not much is known about his youth mainly because he refused to speak about it. It was obvious to those who knew him. Later that something happened in italy that made young giorgio want to leave in one thousand nine hundred eight. He sees the chance to escape his home. Country in boarded a steamship with his older brother headed to ellis island Because we don't know his brother's name will call him. Rafael georgia was thirteen years old when he and rafael saw the statue of liberty and new york city skyline for the first time but whatever excitement. The new land may have inspired in giorgio. His brother didn't seem to share it for reasons. Unknown rafael return to italy immediately after delivering his younger brother to the immigrant inspection station. Perhaps he was only tasked with delivering giorgio safely to america. Maybe he was just along for the ride. It could have been any number of reasons he could have been turned away from. Ellis island for criminality or disease. Regardless when thirteen year old giorgio emerged from ellis island. He had a new anglicized name. George solder he was alone in a brand new country for better and for worse. His new life in america began that day in nineteen eight and he quickly got to work. George didn't stay in new york state for very long instead. He headed west to pennsylvania in order to find opportunities there and find them he did. It took a few years but before long. He left a railroad job in pennsylvania for west virginia and worked his way up through the hauling industry to open his own trucking company. But that wasn't all he wanted out of life in the early nineteen twenties. George met jenny. Cheaper yanni jenny. Like george was also an italian immigrant but unlike him she moved to the united states when she was just three and couldn't remember much of her life in italy. It didn't matter though the two had plenty in common and hit it off right away. They fell in love and soon enough. They got married ready to start a family. They moved to nearby fayetteville west virginia. Their new town was nestled in the foothills of the appalachian mountains and was home to a small but tight knit community of other italian immigrants. Over the next twenty years they became respected members of the fayetteville community their neighbors view george as a successful local businessman and jenny was known as carrying housewife who adored her ten children but a mystery lingered at the heart of this solder family and it involves georgia's past or rather the lack of it. Everyone and their italian american community new. The georgia emigrated to the states. Just like many of them. Andy may have had his secrets but he certainly wasn't shy about his political opinions during the nineteen twenties and thirties. Italy's fascist prime minister benito. Mussolini expanded his power and allied with the nazis in world war. Two during this time. George made it known that he despised the dictator. He sometimes got into passionate arguments with other italians who supported mussolini and reportedly expressed relief when he heard the dictator had been killed in the spring of nineteen forty-five but even still george was reticent to talk about his past however it seemed the community. Opt to let these quirks go. They were fond of the families. Many children the solders had ten kids. Understandably they ranged quite a bit in age. By nineteen forty-five their oldest. John was twenty three years old. While the youngest sylvia was to the family was large an by all accounts. Happy and christmas eve. Nineteen forty five was no exception. That is until a fire changed their lives forever. By the time the sun rose in the morning half of their children would be on
The Sodder Family Tragedy: 75 Years Later
"Local officials could explain what had happened and help them understand how they'd lost their house and their five children. But jenny and george were deeply dissatisfied. When the coroner's inquest was conducted it ruled that the fire had been caused by faulty wiring. But this didn't make any sense. Because jenny and george knew for a fact that the lights had been working that night so it seemed impossible that an electrical problem had sparked the blaze. They were also confused by the latter that had gone missing on the night of the fire. They could have used it to rescue the children trapped upstairs. If they'd been able to locate it later. Someone found a ladder. Sixty five feet away from the house in a ditch. The solders never learned why it was moved. Or who had done it without the latter georgia and his sons had tried to use their to coal trucks to climb into the house and rescued the trap children. But lo and behold neither truck would start even though both had been working perfectly the day before and that wasn't all a witness claimed that he saw a man taking a block and tackle from the scene of the fire for context. This is a system of hooks and ropes. That can be used to remove an engine from a car. The thief was later found to be a local man named lonnie johnson as it turned out stealing the block and tackle wasn't the only crime. Lonnie johnson committed that night. Lonnie also admitted to cutting the sada's phone line just thirty minutes before the blaze broke out at this point. It wasn't much of a stretch for jenny. And george to believe that someone may be lonnie had intentionally burned down their house after all lonnie was skulking around their property committing vandalism and theft if he was capable of that arson didn't seem like too far a leap. The problem was they couldn't prove anything. Sure lonnie confessed that he wanted to rob the house but that didn't mean he'd lit the flames. The sada's couldn't even prove the fire had been set on purpose but tips kept pouring in and they seemingly confirmed george. Jenny suspicions for instance. A bus driver came forward saying he driven past a solder home late on christmas eve. He claimed that as he went by he saw someone throwing quote balls of fire onto the roof. If the bus driver was to be believed someone had intentionally set the solder house. Flame perhaps using a molotov cocktail or another explosive. If true this meant that their children hadn't died in a tragic accident they'd been murdered. The surviving solders were still grappling with the possibilities. When they returned to the site turned memorial a few months later it a somber moment for the family a chance to grieve and remember the source of their pain but two year old baby. Sylvia was too young to understand what had happened or why her older siblings had disappeared. Blissfully unaware she played in the yard until she found something that was decidedly. Not a toy it was in olive. Green hard cylindrical rubber object after examining it george determined it was an explosive device and napalm pineapple bomb to be exact if it was indeed an explosive that would explain the balls of fire. The bus driver had seen being thrown onto the roof and it was consistent with the loud thump and rolling. Sound that jenny up in the middle of the night in short lonnie johnson's suspicious behavior. The napalm bomb and the lack of human remains made the saunders. Sure of two things one. The fire was set intentionally and two. They weren't getting the full story about their missing five children. Jenny conducted a series of informal experiments in her wood-burning stove hoping to understand why her sons and daughters had turned to ash all of her tests left bones behind which gave her an odd sense of hope. It meant that her children couldn't have died in the fire. They might still be alive somewhere but with the stakes so high she couldn't only rely on her own amateur investigation. She took things a bit farther to confirm her suspicions. Jenny consulted with an employee at a crematorium after all who would know better