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Fresh update on "terry" discussed on The Hockey PDOcast

The Hockey PDOcast

01:16 min | 9 hrs ago

Fresh update on "terry" discussed on The Hockey PDOcast

"But I just don't really think Trevor's egress is peak, I guess, look in the NHL on the power play is going to be as a one time threat. I think it's just a dual threat on his strong side and you're seeing that now. He's on the left Flank. He's always on his forehand and he's able to make that cross size pass so much more easily. And yeah, they tried Troy Terry on that left Flank. Across from Z gris and toiletry is not really a long time for either. He just doesn't really have that in his bag yet, could add in, but yeah, that bumper spot is just so much more natural for him. And you know, they shift around quite a bit. And then mason mctavish is just, I mean, he's showing a little bit of what we saw last year on junior as well from that right faceoff circle. Well, they've also embraced finally just having Terry and ziegler's together. That was last year where you'd see it in doses and you'd be like, all right, this is cool. It makes sense. It's two very skilled players would riff off of each other. And then I believe they played it down as 203, 5 out of 5 minutes last year in their 68 games together. And this year in 22 games, they've already taught that total. And their offense, really, a 5 one 5 is those two guys out there creating because I think the rest of the team without them in three times as many minutes as creative basically the same number of goals and it makes sense from a talent perspective, but it's cool that we're getting to see these two guys at least when they're on the ice at least like you have that to hold on to as a reason to watch and a reason to care about this team. Yeah, I think it made sense to start the year to kind of try to spread the wells. They had Z risks with patrono and trying to really make that work and it just didn't it didn't work and I mean this goes back even two seasons and the pandemic season where and at the end of the year, nothing left to play for. It can put Z risks with Terry and you could already see that it was that there was something there and talked about it going into last season and saying, well, you know, defensively that might not necessarily be the look that they want. But it's just become undeniable. And especially this year, like you said, where the ducks just get nothing going when those two aren't together.

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Update on Bitcoin

00:34 sec | 4 d ago

¿Cómo contratar la Tarjeta HSBC Zero?

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Fresh update on "terry" discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

00:37 min | 19 hrs ago

Fresh update on "terry" discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"The streets of pilsen to the campus of depaul and the satellites of NASA, the quest for green space can be a complicated one. We are at an empty lot at 18th and Peoria in pilsen. Doctor winfred Curran is a Professor of geography at depaul. Which is the site of used to be industrial and is now been recently purchased by the city for a 100% affordable housing, which will also be in developed in conjunction with some green space along the sangamon trail. Curran's research team at depaul has been awarded the $250,000 grant from NASA to use satellite data to bring disparities in tree Canopy coverage, plant diversity, and air quality into focus as they continue to fight for environmental justice. People are worried that this new green space will be bringing the kind of gentrification that we've seen along the 6 O 6. And so residents of pilsen want to make sure that new green space and pilsen does not mean higher rents, which displaces existing residents. Terry kashner one O 5 9. China's government continues to deal with COVID related unrest. Police forcibly clear demonstrators in Shanghai as they took to the streets to publicly oppose the government's zero COVID policy, which leaves millions of people confined to their homes for weeks and requires near constant testing. Social media reports indicated that the protests also spread to at least 7 other cities, including Beijing, and dozens of university campuses. Large scale protests are exceedingly rare in China, where public expressions of dissent are routinely stifled, but a direct rebuke of Xi, the country's most powerful leader in decades, is seen as extraordinary. I mean we Montgomery. Vandals defaced the grave of infamous Chicago gangster Al Capone last week. It was discovered Wednesday afternoon at mount Carmel Catholic cemetery in hillside where the Capone family is buried, an image posted on social media shows the word evil, spray painted in red on Capone's grave marker, police say the graffiti was removed the same day was discovered. Tom trending stories just ahead also sports the beat up bears are keeping their chins up while Justin Fields can only watch. Has

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Jack Posobiec Describes the 'Saudi Shuffle'

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:26 min | 6 d ago

Jack Posobiec Describes the 'Saudi Shuffle'

"What's going on with Saudi Arabia? Outside of silly soccer stuff. Let's go on with the pump and dump. We call it the Saudi shuffle a massive pump and dump that took place yesterday. Single source reporting, similar to the international distribution James laporta, who was summarily fired from Associated Press. I don't know why they were dumpster diving into the bargain bin of The Daily Beast of higher reporters. I hope they never do that again. After they had to fire him for lying about the Poland missile strike that turns out actually was a cream missile, not a Russian missile. It was a stray missile, by the way zelensky still yet to apologize for that, or at least offer condolences. But in Saudi Arabia, there was a single sourced anonymous report to The Wall Street Journal yesterday that said that Saudi Arabia would be ramping up oil production. Now, remember, this has been a huge strategic goal for the Biden administration to ramp up OPEC's oil production because they've put the lock and chain on all American domestic production. And so for a second there, it looked as though the oil would be flooding the pumps would be going from Saudi Arabia and all because the Biden administration had given immunity to MBS himself The Crown prince essentially the ruler of Saudi Arabia in these lawsuits regarding the death of Khashoggi. This guy Khashoggi was in a very shady, very sinister character, wrote for The Washington Post, so already someone that we should definitely have an asterisk next to. But again, you tied to some very, very bad people in the Middle East. But here's what happened. The Saudis came out and completely denied the reports of the price of oil Charlie. For a couple hours there on the markets, the oil futures just spell. They were suddenly lying down. They said, oh, there's this huge deal because the Biden White House was taking incoming all day over this Khashoggi's widow comes out and is like, oh, how about you've killed him again? So she said, you've killed him again. Well, the dirty little secret is, it looks as though this entire thing was fake, and it was either cooked up by somebody on the street who had some nice puts maybe in the oil market and conducted a literal pump and dump with oil futures or or where they working potentially in conjunction with somebody in The White House. The Biden administration that was looking for a little bit of cover fire for the fact that they had given immunity to MBS and

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The Left's Child-Mutilating Death Cult With Terry Schilling

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:04 min | 6 d ago

The Left's Child-Mutilating Death Cult With Terry Schilling

"Another piece of tape here, NBC's brandy zadrozny blames Matt Walsh and libs of TikTok for the increase in violence against the gay community. So it's somehow Matt's fault and Elon's fault and libs of TikTok and shows like ours fault because we're really concerned that children are going to be medically mutilated and lied to by their teachers and these groomers. Play cut 59. Content moderation is a hard task. What we know is that Twitter and where the bulk of this information is right now because that's where the biggest accounts like Matt Walsh and lives of TikTok again where they sort of post this stuff. What's being done? Well, two days ago, we know that Elon Musk, who owns Twitter now. He just reversed the policy that Twitter did have against targeting and harassment of LGBTQ people against misgendering transgender people. So that narrative continues Terry any other thoughts. Yeah, look, I want to skip to the versions because that's what this is. They are the ones committing violence against transgender people or as I would describe them people with gender dysphoria. We need to hold them accountable for the violence and the destruction that they are inflicting on our brothers and sisters on our children. They are destroying their lives. They are creating sexually destroyed people that won't be able to have families that won't be able to have sexual gratification down the road. These are evil people and that's called projection. They are projecting their own guilt onto us because they know that they are the ones that are destroying our kids. They're the ones that are making these people unhappy. And you know why they're doing it because there's power behind it because there's money behind it. This big pharma companies, these surgeons, they're all on camera now, talking about how much money they're making. They're the evil ones. We're the good ones. Don't relent. We have to keep fighting.

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Charlie Welcomes Terry Schilling of the American Principles Project

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:04 min | 6 d ago

Charlie Welcomes Terry Schilling of the American Principles Project

"Welcome back to the program. Hey, thanks so much for having me, Charlie. So Terry, there's a lot of news to go through here and Terry, you run the wonderful American principles project to do a great job. Talk about some of the work you did this last cycle first. Well, we were up and running in several of these battleground Senate states, Arizona, Nevada, Wisconsin, Michigan, even and we were running campaign as educating American people, the American people about the threat to our kids, especially as it comes to transgenderism. We ran a lot of ads on women's sports. But this year we did something new that we haven't done before. We ran ads educating Americans about these transgender surgeries, the hormone treatments, and just the overall gender indoctrination that the left is doing to our kids in schools, and we produce really powerful ads. Charlie, we spent almost $15 million this cycle. It's something I'm really proud of because frankly, and I think you probably don't aware of this. The pro family movement has done a lot of great things and been good at a lot of things, but they've retreated from the political battlefield. And that's what we do in American principles project is be fill that political gap for the family. And we win campaigns and elections for them. So we're still reading on the results for how the impact that our ads had on the electorate. But we know that where the Republicans and the politicians that really leaned into these culture war issues and went on offense, they won by huge margins, right? Like look at Ron DeSantis, he won by barely half of a percentage point in 2018. He takes on Walt Disney corporation of all people. And wins by almost 20 points. Mike dewine in Ohio signed a heartbeat bill into law. He wins by 35 points. These guys that actually went into the culture war and led on this stuff. They were rewarded handsomely at the polls. And we need to get rid of the Mitch McConnell's of the world and the mccarthys and the Tom emmers, and we really need to start rewarding our guys when they fight for us because these guys want to keep us from fighting. It's been a disaster.

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Cavaliers hold off Hornets 132-122 in 2 overtimes, snap skid

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | Last week

Cavaliers hold off Hornets 132-122 in 2 overtimes, snap skid

"Darius Garland that's a game high 41 points as the Cavaliers stave off the hornets one 32 one 22 in double over time Garland's third career 40 point game and second of the season snapped a season long 5 game skid for the calves who really needed that was just to get back on track so I'm happy we got it back at home and had the energy had the crowd behind us so it was good to feel good The hornets ripped off a 12 two run in the final 44 seconds of regulation to send the game to OT capped by a Terry Rozier turn around three with 1.1 seconds left but it wasn't enough as Charlotte fell for the tenth time in its last 11 tries I'm Denny cap

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 No. 6 Kansas rallies late to beat No. 7 Duke 69-64

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | Last week

No. 6 Kansas rallies late to beat No. 7 Duke 69-64

"AP sports I'm in college basketball season is about a week old and two massive games in Indianapolis saw Michigan state outlast fourth ranked Kentucky 86 77 in OT while 6th ranked Kansas powered past number 7 duke 69 64 using a late 15 to 5 run to erase the blue devil's 5 point lead The top 5 of the college football playoff rankings stayed the same Georgia Ohio State Michigan and TCU while Tennessee remains a contention despite one loss the vowels are 5th In the NBA the Dallas Mavericks blew a 25 point lead but came back to win one O three one O one over the LA clippers Luka Dončić had 35 points NHL the New Jersey Devils have won ten in a row Jack Hughes scored twice in New Jersey's 5 one win over Montreal Baseball news Anthony Rizzo was coming back to the Yankees two years $40 million deal Postseason awards bok Cho Walter of the New York myths named NL manager of the year Cleveland's Terry Francona takes the AL award

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Butler scores 35, Heat hold off Hornets 117-112 in OT

AP News Radio

00:28 sec | 2 weeks ago

Butler scores 35, Heat hold off Hornets 117-112 in OT

"Jimmy Butler almost had a triple double but the heat blew a 15 point lead before downing the hornets one 17 one 12 and over time Popular delivered 35 points ten rebounds and 8 assists He scored Miami's last 8 points of regulation as the heat played their 6th consecutive game decided by single digits Bam adebayo had 18 points and grabbed 14 rebounds for the heat who scored 30 points off turnovers Kelly Uber junior scored 29 points and Terry Rozier had 22 for Charlotte I'm Dave ferry

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Terry McAuliffe: Wake up, Get out There & Vote

Mark Levin

01:24 min | Last month

Terry McAuliffe: Wake up, Get out There & Vote

"Terry McAuliffe thinks this is an important election He was on CNN yesterday Here's what he said cut ten go We got to turn our folks out in a presidential year Our democracy the fate of our country And if the Republicans get the Senate this time the 2024 Senate map for Democrats is really tough We could be out of this for four 6 years I'm talking judges Everything that affects your lives So folks wake up get out there I need you vote in presidential level journal Don't stay home It's too important Now the problem for him is he's on CNN yesterday that it has no ratings If he'd been on my show as an example on life liberty and Levin you know it's a different story But he would have had that kind of a softball back and forth Here's the thing folks That applies to us This is a monumentally important election Monumentally important election They know it and we know it and of course the media know it So the media will do anything Lie create conspiracy theories Anything it has to To try and dispirit you Do not be dispirited If you have early voting and you haven't voted please do I'm going to wait for election night Don't wait But if election day rolls around and that's the day to vote then vote on election day

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Aaron Rodgers, Packers lose to Commanders, drop 3rd in a row

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | Last month

Aaron Rodgers, Packers lose to Commanders, drop 3rd in a row

"The commanders have a two game winning streak in the packers own a three game skid following Washington's 23 21 victory over Green Bay Taylor heinicke started the game one for 7 for 14 yards and a pick 6 but he finished 20 of 33 for 200 yards including a long scoring pass to Terry mclaurin This wind feels a lot Feels really good because the way we finish that game defensively offensively she has a few first downs special teams made some great plays Washington's front four stymied Aaron Rodgers who threw for just 194 yards with two touchdowns The packers constantly shot themselves in the foot with penalties I'm Dave ferry

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Betsy DeVos: Parents Saw What Their Kids Were Learning & Not Learning

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:25 min | Last month

Betsy DeVos: Parents Saw What Their Kids Were Learning & Not Learning

"Looking back over the past couple of years and to see moms and dads finally standing up and saying enough is enough, moms and dads getting involved and re-engaging in the education system. How important is that where we are right now at American history? Well, Todd, it really is a pivotal moment. And you're so right. The last couple of years, parents have had a front row seat to see what their kids have been learning or in many cases not learning. And they've been alarmed. And whether it's material that is totally inappropriate for young children or whether it is curriculum that is so non robust and so lightweight, parents aren't happy for a variety of reasons and rightfully so and we've seen them find their voices starting last fall with the governor's race in Virginia where it was a very clear delineation between Glenn youngkin standing up for parents and for kids and Terry McAuliffe, who was totally aligned with the system, the status quo headed by the teachers union and all of their allies. So it's a really important moment to move to education freedom, where families will actually be able to control and direct how and where their kids learn.

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Zibanejad, Panarin lead Rangers to 6-4 win over Ducks

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | Last month

Zibanejad, Panarin lead Rangers to 6-4 win over Ducks

"The rangers jumped out early and beat the duck 6 to four New York with three power play goals two for Mika's advantage who also added to assists Take games 5 by 5 you gotta take advantage of your power play chances So I don't think you want to wait around for a game or for a power play during a game If I would put it that way But when you get it I'm trying to make the most of it Terry Panera and a goal in three helpers he has ten points in the first four games Adam Fox had three assists on a night when the rangers fired 43 shots on Anaheim gold tenders Mike mancuso New York

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The Rapid Ascension of Steven Kwan

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:17 min | Last month

The Rapid Ascension of Steven Kwan

"Terry, Pluto, I was telling some friends who are Red Sox fans sadly this weekend who were houseguests that I was talking to you today, and that I've been following Steve kwon because your wife, Roberta, who does ministry with you, started loving on Steve Kwan early and I think Roberta is as sharp as you are as observer. I was reminded when my dying grandfather was asking me about Richie scheinblum in 1968. And Steve Kwan is that guy. He's everybody's Bronx Burnett come to life. I mean, it's an amazing story. It really is. And on top of it, I'm 5 foot 9 and I could maybe look down on him a little bit. He might be just as tall as me because he has hair. And this is a guy that was surprised to be recruited out of Oregon state. He was drafted in the 5th round by Cleveland. He was surprised he thought he was going to fence around. He was just kind of a small spark, what kind of player that a lot of us maybe who were older grew up watching and that is not the type of player that base a like. Turns around you said close to 300 is the carbon excellent left Fielder. Big fan favorite fans love it when a small guy is good because they feel it looks like a normal person. And he has been just terrific in this series on top of that. Well,

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The latest in sports

AP News Radio

02:00 min | Last month

The latest in sports

"AP sports on Ben Thomas loads of drama in baseball the Phillies first to advance to the league championship series with an 8 three victory over Atlanta Michael luongo was there Philadelphia scored three runs in the bottom of the second on a three run home run by Brandon marsh J Cuban Mitchell made history in the bottom of the third when he became the first catcher in post CS history due to an inside the park home run It was a special moment that I'll definitely chairs Two games worth of baseball played in Seattle It was the 18th inning when Astros Jeremy Pena drove a three two fastball into the left field stands I mean that was a long game And that was a long game but you still gotta lock in you know trying to put together good at bats One nothing Victory sends Houston to the American League championship series and ends the Mariners season The guardians pulled out a 6 5 win over the Yankees rallying for three runs in the bottom of the 9th They keep playing You know I say that a lot but manager Terry Francona Sometimes good stuff happens Game foreign Cleveland Sunday Night the guardians leading two games to one And more madness in San Diego the Padres down three zero in the 7th sent ten batters to the plate and scored 5 runs and then came The Rain Yes in San Diego which doused LA's bats and hopes final Padres 5 Dodgers three Padres advance to college football where top ranked Georgia had no trouble with Vanderbilt rolling to a 55 nothing victory but number three Alabama lost To Marion has details Tennessee came up with its biggest victory in years outscoring Alabama 52 49 and an SEC battle of unbeaten Chase McGrath's 40 yard field goal as time expired won the game for the 6th ranked volunteers who defeated number three Alabama for the first time since 2006 also the last year they beat a top ten team Fourth ranked Clemson beat Florida state and number 5 Michigan flexed its muscles in the second half blowing holes through Penn State's defense for a 41 17 win Number 7 southern Cal lost to number 20 Utah and 13th ranked TCU beat number 8 Oklahoma state Ben Thomas AP sports

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González, Guardians walk off Yankees for 2-1 ALDS lead

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | Last month

González, Guardians walk off Yankees for 2-1 ALDS lead

"Oscar Gonzalez hits a walk off to run single as The Guardian stunned the Yankees 6 5 with the bases loaded two outs and facing a one two count the guardian's rookie right Fielder reached across the batter's box to sweep a sharp ground ball up the middle and cap a three run 9th that pole Cleveland within a game of the American League championship series guardians manager Terry Francona You know he can take some swings early in the count and you're like uh oh but then when he gets to two strikes he gets the barrel of the bat to the ball a lot of times Aaron judge as Waldo Cabrera and Harrison Bader all Homer and the Yankees defeat I'm Denny cop

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Ex-Oath Keeper: Group leader claimed Secret Service contact

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | Last month

Ex-Oath Keeper: Group leader claimed Secret Service contact

"The jury at the oath keepers trial hears about a massive weapons cache a member of the oath keepers who travel to Washington before the January 6th attack on the U.S. capitol has testified and that a massive cache of weapons the far right extremist group stashed in a Virginia hotel room Terry Cummings showed jurors an AR-15 firearm and an orange box for ammunition that he contributed to a so called quick reaction force the oath keepers had staged at the hotel outside Washington in case they needed weapons That quick reaction force is a central piece of the Justice Department's case against oath keepers founder Stewart Rhodes and four associates charged with seditious conspiracy in the January 6th attack defense lawyers have not denied the existence of the quick reaction teams but noted that they were never deployed They have accused prosecutors of falsely portraying them as an invasion force I'm Lisa dwyer

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Biden praises Braves' 'unstoppable, joyful run' to 2021 win

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 2 months ago

Biden praises Braves' 'unstoppable, joyful run' to 2021 win

"President Biden has greeted last year's World Series champs with a nod to one of their legends Just over a year ago nobody figured the Atlanta Braves would even make the playoffs And then they went on what the president calls an unstoppable joyous run ending with a series win over the Houston Astros Forever known as the upset kings of October The current braves were behind him in the east room but the focus was on a late legend Defined by the courage of Hank Aaron the home run king the Hall of Fame brave who died before last season We still think we had a special angel looking over us brave CEO Terry mcguirk Hank Aaron pulling the strings from on high Sagar Meghani Washington

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Perez's sac fly in 9th lifts Royals to win over Guardians

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 2 months ago

Perez's sac fly in 9th lifts Royals to win over Guardians

"Cleveland guardians closer Emanuel clause took the loss when the Kansas City Royals did all their scoring in the 9th in a two to one walk off victory It was a rare sight for guardians manager Terry Francona You know like proved he's human It's been a long time since something like that happened and he kind of tried to fight his way back but that's one nothing's a hard way to win Since June 1st clause was 24 for 24 and saved situations before the lost to the royals Designated hit her Salvador Perez drove in the winning run with a sacrifice fly Greg eckland Kansas City

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IAEA visit to Ukraine nuclear plant highlights risks

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 3 months ago

IAEA visit to Ukraine nuclear plant highlights risks

"The IAEA's director general Rafael grossi has said Thursday's visit to the sprawling nuclear plant in southern Ukraine was dangerous for this was not the only time inspectors have risked their lives Terry Graf the organization's former head of verification and security tells the AP teams have gone before into a situation of armed hostilities noting that the IAEA had sent inspectors to Iraq in 2003 and to the former Soviet republic Georgia during fighting but he adds the situation in zapor is the most serious one we've sent colleagues to It's unprecedented Speaking to reporters after the visit Rafael grossi said the agency was not moving from the plant from now on and vowed a continued presence of agency experts I'm Charles De Ledesma

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"terry" Discussed on Under the Influence with Terry O'Reilly

Under the Influence with Terry O'Reilly

03:38 min | 5 months ago

"terry" Discussed on Under the Influence with Terry O'Reilly

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"terry" Discussed on Under the Influence with Terry O'Reilly

Under the Influence with Terry O'Reilly

02:58 min | 5 months ago

"terry" Discussed on Under the Influence with Terry O'Reilly

"Facebook, Judy christofferson asks, I have always wondered about car commercials where the drivers always seem to be driving on wet roads. I mean a, Y wet roads and B, what do they call the crew person in charge of hosing down the road? A hoser? Question mark? Only in Canada, Judy only in Canada. Well, I asked my old friend Steve chase that question, Steve is one of the top commercial directors in the U.S. who has directed hundreds of commercials, including Super Bowl ads, all those funny commercials and dozens of car ads. First of all, Steve says most roads ain't pretty. Unless you're shooting on a newly paved blacktop, most roads are gray with patches and cracks and blemishes. But when you water a road down, all that disappears and the road becomes one uniform dark color. The slight gleam of a wet street also adds some drama to the shot. The camera loves wet streets. But keeping a road wet is not easy. Steve says water evaporates very quickly on a road, especially during a sunny day. He says the water would often start to evaporate in 30 seconds. So, Steve would always have two water trucks on hand. Everybody on the set would have to be ready to go. Crew, actors, camera operator. Then the signal would be given for a water truck to wet the street. Then almost immediately, Steve would call action. And with having to do multiple takes, you do go through a lot of water. That's why two water trucks are required. And Judy, the crew in charge of watering the road down is from the art department. Not hosers, per se. On Facebook, P and W traveler asks whatever happened to the free toys that you used to get with cold cereal, like decoder rings and invisible ink pens. It was Kellogg who created the very first serial prize. Back in 1909, kids got a booklet titled, the funny jungleland moving pictures book, just by sending in two box tops. That free giveaway was two successful. So Kellogg began charging a dime for the booklet. It was redeemed an amazing 2.5 million times, and Kellogg ran that giveaway for 23 years. Free toys inside cereal boxes became a very effective marketing strategy. Get your free dick Tracy magic decoder right away. There's one inside these special packages of post sugar crisp, post raisin bran and post sugar rice crinkles. But why did this effective marketing.

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"terry" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

04:37 min | 1 year ago

"terry" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"We can still build up from bare metal. And how prepared our most organizations to do that well. So you don't have universal preview, but you've had some sampling. I mean, I think it depends a little bit how a startup is formed in the background of the founders. What industry they're working in, I never expected to work in the grocery industry, which is what I do now at Instacart. But I think sometimes different founders who are coming together to solve a problem in a certain space, you know, if they're working in financial systems, they probably are thinking early about the security of our data, our ability to move data from one environment to the other and things like that. But I find that most of the problems once you get into the public company, readiness, getting your business enabling certifications like soc two, solving industry certification needs like HIPAA or PCI, every company has to solve those in one way or another. So I think a lot of it comes down to what is the founders and some of the early hires have they taken an approach where they're taking big risks because that makes sense for the company right now. But are you going into that accrual of tech debt in an eyes open fashion and are you really documenting the things that need to be fixed one day, not today, not tomorrow, but one day, or you just sort of shoving all that tech deck in a closet and saying, I hope no one ever opens that door. Well, when I think about the common software engineer who probably listens to a podcast like this, I would guess there's someone that had very little training or formal instruction in compliance and risk and things like this. There are also someone who's probably way more excited about learning a new framework than getting some sort of certificate, but it is important to your career to what degree should I as a growing software engineer be considering these things and do you have any advice for how I can stand formed? Well, one thing I've really enjoyed seeing as an evolution of the security mindset is my field governance risk and compliance is becoming more and more understood to be a core facet of security. You can't just think in terms of red teams and blue teams and purple teams and you need to have a sock and things like that. You really also need to have an understanding of what are the risks, how do we approach them at different stages in our growth and how do we build standards that don't bog us down, but provide the guidance that engineers need to do their jobs quickly and efficiently. So I am delighted to see that security is starting to become more encompassing of GRC and I think at the stage now where at a startup where you hire your first security hire. There's an expectation that they come to the table with a little bit of understanding of this space, or at least an understanding of what they know and what they need to get some outside help on. Another place to approach this problem is there are some emerging standards. I'm sure most of your readers are familiar with owasp, but there's also the CIS design for information security. There used to be called the CIS 20, which was a set of core controls that if you applied them, give you pretty good assurance that you had the right protections for your company, no matter the size. Now it's called CIS 18. They've drilled it down to just 18 controls. But going back to the whole idea of due diligence and do care. If you follow a standard like CIS 18, it may be that for a small startup, you don't need to address every single one of those 18 issues and you don't need all the different facets of each of those 18 controls. But at least it's a starting place. At least it's a way to say, well, we're not going to solve this problem today, because it is not staring us in the face. But at least we have a framework through which to view the problem space and we'll come back around. We'll set a baseline today, and we'll come back in a year, let's say, or every quarter or what have you, and see how we're doing then. And as we grow, and as we get bigger, and as we have more customers who care more about security and our data protection practices and things like that, we have a framework to validate where we were last year, where we are today, and where we need to be in the future. Good advice. Terry, is there anywhere listeners can follow you online? Sure, you can reach me at toio Daniel dot com.

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"terry" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

thebuzzr pod

07:10 min | 1 year ago

"terry" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

"We kind of looked at that and went and pretty baby was nominated for song of the year was not wasn't song. I think it was country. Sonic the categories are very fluid and there are a lot of work for these people these individuals who i mean If you've ever staged an event trying to pull this these things off his incredibly difficult feet and then you think about it like working with musicians so it's like i'm gonna have a party and we're going to have two or three hundred cats that need to be wrangled and you know more power to him. If if some of the you know the songs are putting the wrong category or whatever Pretty baby came up as a country song. And which i guess it might be and so that was that was kinda cool and then There was one in holland. The play country music awards that i submitted your promised land with him. Some wonderful ladies from niagara on the lake. Stevens sisters who did the the backup vocals on it and I'm looking at the the magazine. That i just got to the mail. This week from From holland and Was nominated like in seven categories for that how on earth decided that those are the categories into something i guess only they know but it was nominated for like sun. Promise down was nominated for song of the year and a couple of categories listed in the in the magazine and then for the past year have been working with rosner management services who partner up with seltzer gan universal out of texas and phyllis who is salt again university universal. In in my opinion she and i were communicating text chatting and texting and stuff. She told me about the josie awards. And i'd never heard of them As a lot of people haven't and she said you gotta submit this because it's the largest country Music awards show outside of the cma's which are for signed artists. I guess and the jozies are about independent artists. And it's been running for seven or eight years. If i'm not mistaken it's it was huge. Had no idea. And so i i know i asked phyllis and then she helped me out and these are the categories where you shouldn't turned these. This is what you should enter. And she said don't give up because You know there are a lot of people. Well they had by their by their measurements. They had thirty eight thousand. Submissions and thirty eight thousand submissions. They do it all year. Apparently they test start taking submissions and almost as soon as the other show Wraps up and out of that. I think it's two point. Six percent are actually nominated so about fifteen hundred people. And i got nominated for promised land so well. Thanks thanks again. I mean i'm kinda surprised like it's you know it's kind of a you wanna say that you're honored privilege in your humble on an whole deal. I didn't anything that i just want like. Holly you know. wow yeah. there's a lot of very very very talented people that have been done this years and it goes back to what i was mentioning earlier. It's something something is is brewing. That when you when something is good and you're being directed from somewhere that you don't really understand but you can feel you gotta take advantage of it. So i plan on entering all this stuff again this year with some other other songs and see where it Let's let's see where it goes which is plugged for one of the signs on the second album by you know we'll we'll take it from. Take it from there and god willing. What have more people writing and saying. I listened to one of your songs. And i really liked it. I know i'm not the only one. That's looking forward to that terry. Great i am too so that makes to us awesome. Well thank you for coming on the show again. I love fall new music. You're an incredible songwriter. Well maybe i'll take some happy pills. He don't fix what's not broken. Well there are some some more uptempo songs that still have maybe a bit of a twist in them and there there are one or two that are just happy songs. I'm blessed to be here and happy to be alive. And there's you know i'm not letting go there's a tune that definitely doesn't have any dark aspects to it on the second call dance me in the moonlight so That'll be a different take for people. We'll see where i'm going to try to measure it. See if the dark sounds better. They attribute to holly. It could be third time lucky. Well that's amazing while you do have a signature sound. you can't place. That could be gospel country folk. It's terry kay. You have a signature sound. I guess that's a good thing. Thank you very much for the The time and the The support your ability to have people pay attention is Much appreciated. I spend a real pleasure. Thank you terry. Thank you for joining us. Have a great evening. You touche take care okay. That's a wrap. Thank you for tuning into the buzzer network sponsored by buzz media. Thank you to the artists who share their music are shows wouldn't happen without their music. Follow us on instagram. 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"terry" Discussed on Dead America

Dead America

05:32 min | 1 year ago

"terry" Discussed on Dead America

"I mean at the end of our lives. We're not going to be judged on. Mary did or what bop did or what jane did. We're going to be judged on what we did or we didn't do what we thought or what we didn't think so i i mean i don't think that's a good point that you make you know it's not about other people in the end. I mean you can want to emulate other people you know have good qualities. You wanna be like them. That's great but in the end it's it's what you do is what you think is how you act. That is very true area. So let's dive deeper into carry a little bit because a lot of people are going to look at -tarian say wow on look terry. She's my hero. But who is. Terry's hero so i think my parents would really be the people i consider my heroes. They they set the tone they they really imparted the important. So family in our lives. I i have a a middle brother who was drafted by the cleveland. Cavaliers in the national basketball shows as and and my younger brother was a pitcher at the university of notre dame and so athletics was a huge part of our family growing up. And you know there was a lot of what i called. Divide and conquer mom would go to one brothers game and you know dad would go to another game and things like that and i remember when my dad was was dying of cancer. I i was living at home. I was twenty five twenty six years old and my youngest brother was in high school and they had a basketball game one night and i told my dad said you know i'm thinking i'm going to the game i'm gonna i'm i'm gonna go work out after work and my dad was like no. You're not mike. What do you mean no no i'm not. I'm like twenty five years. I'm gonna adult. I've owned job. I have you know like no brother has the game. You are going to support him and of course. Obviously i went to the game. Because that's that's what our family was about caring for each other about supporting each other about making sure that you know. We took care of each other so family was incredibly important. And i think my my mom and dad you know emulated that behavior and i think that behavior carried over as as my brothers and i have had our own families and things like that so i say my parents will probably might heroes. That's good heroes. Have and i'm. I'm so glad to hear somebody say that. Especially in our world today carry. I want to dive into your hostage. Negotiator and police time in your life. That must've been very difficult. And some of the situations you might have seen it. It could have been pretty Tense what type of training. They need to become a swat hostage negotiator. So basically you there are two parts of swat or at least there were in this. Cincinnati police department there. There are the tactical guys or girls. women Who you know. They surround the house. They have the guns. They have all that kind of stuff..

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"terry" Discussed on Dead America

Dead America

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"terry" Discussed on Dead America

"All of us in some way seemed to be searching for that. Sustainable excellence in our life. Our guest. Today terry tucker. He brings just that a lot of us. We look at our life in a way that drowns us in negativity to live an excellent life and to have a sustainable excellence within your life. You need to develop certain principles in your life. Terry tucker has laid out ten principles in his new book. Sustainable excellent ten principles to leading your uncommon. An extraordinary life terry tucker is an extraordinary man and our conversation is very interesting indeed. What are we complaining about. How do we want to live our life. Our life is very very short and when we realize our life is coming to an end how we live it that really determines who we are what our character is. Our guest terry tucker is one excellent person. Let's not waste any more time and get into this. Excellent story look good evening. Good morning good afternoon.

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"terry" Discussed on Dark Air with Terry Carnation

Dark Air with Terry Carnation

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"terry" Discussed on Dark Air with Terry Carnation

"Them in my nightstand. I buy them in bulk. Do you ever go to costco. I'm not sure what that is all right. It doesn't matter well. How many Saltines would you say. <hes> the united states of america. The people the us consume over a ten year periods billions trillions trillions of saltine crackers. Sir to god. Have you ever read a saltine cracker under under an ultraviolet lamp. No no i invite you to begin your research there. What would i find again. This is not for me to say. I'm trying to put the sent in front of some of your bloodhounds Some of your listeners. Get them to follow it down. You hear that listeners. This challenge to you air listeners. Saltine crackers there may be something more afoot and thank you pegasus and listen this station. This show is your home away. From home i encouraged call. Please tell us more about area fifty six and akyol try to contact you again when i can. I'm afraid of moscow. Listen to that pegasus blowing the lid of big cracker l. He said he was gonna dangle something in front of me and he dangled a big wet saltine right in front of my face and it smells like mystery. Hello this is k. Sp if you are trying to leave a comment about jeet batra ask yourself if you could be spending your time on something more productive and less mean-spirited instead be it's me. I know that's not a real answering machine. How did you know i know that. Was you just putting on a fake answering machine voice message because you're so socially awkward terry. Is that you in the future. No this is not bugetary. Present terry darkest timeline present terry. Gee i don't know what that means. Listen i don't have time for this. I'm calling from a payphone. I you skipped the coach of the paradox. They had kidnapped me. No you already told me or actually future terry told me last week. But he's technically still in the future. So maybe maybe another thing about it. You haven't actually told me. Oh this week i'm sorry. Do you know how hard it is to find a payphone. In this country in the time it took me to locate one. I went and got a job at walmart. Worked three shifts bought a burner phone and called you that way. I didn't do that. Okay doesn't matter okay. First things first has mike. Catania arrived at the station yet to have to sane no damage. I know i shouldn't have trusted ebay five. I need you to go to my apartment. Grab a change of clothes. Bring my nunchucks and my spare amulet and come. Get me an. Don't tell your that. I don't have money for gas. It's just tell me where you are. Okay i'm in new mexico. And i'm at the corner of Please deposit five dollars to thirty million dollars. Please deposit daren and thirty one jerry. The next chapter in the terry carnation saga begins and cheat. Baltra is no longer supporting character. Oh here i come terry to new mexico the smallest state in america. I'm pretty sure so should not be any problem in finding you and getting you back my arms here i come terry. Make sure to hydrate in won't be long

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"terry" Discussed on Dark Air with Terry Carnation

Dark Air with Terry Carnation

04:26 min | 1 year ago

"terry" Discussed on Dark Air with Terry Carnation

"To dark hair. With terry carnation hello carnation nation and all of the followers of gee street. Welcome back to the show before we get started. I need to address some of the darkness. That is out in our world right now. I would like to address the claims that we have received on. Chaos b.'s voice mail. I have not killed terry carnation. He has not been replaced by a pod person or clone or a robot i am not a servant of satan or a member of any cult. I repeat. I am not a servant of satan. This is not part of a deep state conspiracy to spread propaganda replacing a beloved talk show host with a sleeper agent. Just as his radio show went nationwide. Okay although saying that out loud it does make a lot of sense anyway. There have been some incredibly hateful things that have been said about me. I have not been affected by them clearly. But just factually. There have been a lot of hateful things that have been said about me okay. They're completely justified hateful. Things i sold out okay. I sold out. I shook hands with the devil. And i didn't even get to have sex with hi carly. Oh gosh what did. I just say that out It doesn't matter. I don't know you personally but you are all bastard. People would like do immediately apologize for the insensitivity to our listeners. Who don't know their fathers. I did not mean that and also to anyone who might have been raised by two mothers. I am deeply sorry. And i am going to shut up now. So here's the show you vultures. Hello.

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"terry" Discussed on Dark Air with Terry Carnation

Dark Air with Terry Carnation

05:43 min | 1 year ago

"terry" Discussed on Dark Air with Terry Carnation

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"terry" Discussed on Dark Air with Terry Carnation

Dark Air with Terry Carnation

05:45 min | 1 year ago

"terry" Discussed on Dark Air with Terry Carnation

"User says she is amazing. And it's helped me grow and be more confident. Ten out of ten would highly recommend so visit that are help dot com slash dark air. Help h. e. l. p. better help slash doc air and join over the one million people who have taken charge over their mental health with the help of experienced professional. Now here's your special offer doc. Air listeners get ten percent off your first month at better help dot com slash dark air. That are helped dot com slash dark hair and we're back to dark air and this caller has a very interesting question. Welcome to the air. What's your name sir. My name is pauline. And i'm a lady pauline. Please what what is your question or issue how. How can i be of assistance in. How can we tell you. I think you're wonderful. I just had i. This is a little something in my neighborhood. Just been bugging me for quite some time. And i don't know what to do. Okay what is that. How can we help. I'm super to third. There's there's there's food there's some there's some people run around my neighborhood and i think they're up to no good of the medical variety. I talking about kevin. i'm talking about. We do some talking about the devil getting into little girl boss heads and tell them to do the magic who do who do you know what i'm talking about. Not precisely but allow me to unpack this with a little more rigor In your neighborhood you Have become aware that there is some kind of coven. Kovin someone say Of which is Nefarious magic users and these witches are either children or affecting or infecting children. Is that correct. They meet every day air pre weekday from eight to three thirty their main. Okay where are these which is meeting a and b. How do you know them to be witches. Are they wearing pointy hats. Or they have actually. It's it's certainly. They're not trying to hide it. I'm gonna tell you right now terry. They're being dreadful off base about. They got black pawns shoes. They got really how long strap salk. Sometimes they wear blackened jackets and just necessarily barakat addresses saying. It's all kind of the same dress in the same but all of them had like little different littlefield. Thanks sometimes oba's where the shirt untucked. Sometimes i'll tell you but generally it's all the same and they come from out of nowhere the but they're all going same place if you go down street from my house and you turn left at that white house on the corner you keep going now when you get to that house. Where the the thing dr win. That trump lost its truck tire over crack. Baby jesus turn right. I don't live in new neighborhood. I'm afraid of directions if you turn right there. There's a big all. I don't i don't even know what town you're calling from problem for the best. 'cause i don't want none of them tracking me down our told too much about where i'm leaving. He'll get together in this building. They start eight thirty in the morning. They only take a little break. Like what's in the more than what's in the afternoon about an hour for lunch. But other time they're all allen and aaron. They're studying that magic steph. I'm quite frankly hat. Does this building that does it. Does it have a name on it. The building in which they congregate does it. Does it have a have a label out sir. Death but what is. What is that hege. It says haggai go schooler. I just i. I'm gonna i'm gonna be highly off mature high school It could be that there are which is that our indoctrinating the youth in your neighborhood. It could be that your misreading line and it says high school and that the those those the witches are are in fact. Teachers is that is that a possibility not here. I'm gonna go hand. I'm tell you right now. That i'm not a strong leader It could be that this is a high school for witches which gets very hug warning comes right back. Out on my my. What do i catch it better. Which it is there something that could do to them out my yard because god damn i got flowers. I got carrots. And i got. He's got ourselves coming in this season. they're gorgeous. I don't want happen to do as a matter of fact pulling a. we adore care. Cilla which repellent you can visit our website to see the which repellent does it contain. I of newt. No that would be too cost. Prohibitive harry. I don't know if i don't know if anybody's ever ordered to cases of which appeal from you at one time but turkey your calendar. 'cause today's day you that dark hair listeners. The witch begun which repellent has a new client. A new customer. Make sure to visit our website and to get all the details. Pauline i wish you the very best so sweet i'll talk to you intimidates me because so cut. If i called you terry. I knew he wouldn't let down. Thank you so much for your company. Lodge okay tank. Now come back. And i would love to come to lodge pauline. I'd love to come to lunch with each and every one of my callers with.

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"terry" Discussed on Dark Air with Terry Carnation

Dark Air with Terry Carnation

07:33 min | 1 year ago

"terry" Discussed on Dark Air with Terry Carnation

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Dr to sixty four thousand six four zero zero text dark to sixty four thousand paint. Your life celebrate the moments that matter terms apply available. Let peyton life dot com slash terms again. Texts dark to sixty four thousand and watch what unfolds in front of your beady little eyes dock. Air chance you're on the line and my saying that right gent jumps. Oh my god yes. You are owned my god. Nobody ever gets it right. Thank you terry. I knew you were such a good guy is short for its short for janssen e. Yeah wonderful well listen chance. How can i help you today tonight. So you know. I just feel like i'm the only one who's noticing this right now but people are always so caught up with birds being surveilled or like. They're the ones that are surveilling us. But i have to be honest with you. They are tall. Diversion okay the birds are actually real and the bugs are the ones that are coming for us. Terry bugs are coming for us. An interesting perspective. Who you're saying alfred. Hitchcock's the birds in the paranoia surrounding any kind of bird. Pacalypse is misbegotten. Yeah yeah it is honestly the perfect crime. Okay hi alfred. Hitchcock has been in it from the beginning okay. He's trying to take everyone off the center of the bugs and it's the bugs. We should be worried about terry. Let's let's dig in further. Here's do you think that insects have been weaponized. I mean there have been conversations in the lame stream media Regaling us with potential soviet or chinese usage of insects used as spying devices are being trained there to now absolutely. I think what we're missing out honestly on the bugs we should be worried about. And it's not the ones you think it's not the flies is not the nats. It's like all the the multi-legged animals. It's the millipedes centipedes. it's the bill of pedes. It's the trail appease people. Don't talk about that either in the roaches. It's the The ticks and the might. Send the bytes. You know. it's all of them. They're all getting We'll all this research into Food programs and sustainable agriculture's leading us towards eating bugs for protein in perhaps a bug before. Perhaps the bugs went to eat us. I is all i'm saying. Have the bug a. Bug meet is the perfect protein. Perhaps the bugs have discovered that. We're talking about them in this fashion. We've been taught our whole lives to to look past the bugs to stop on them to omaha. Sometimes even let them live in our homes because they eat other bugs. I mean that is sick. That's sick what do what do you think they're is is it. World domination. Heard ry well this is. This is fascinating I guess what. I what mosquito mosquito get in a radio station him a little bit right now to help. Kerry what you terry what you need to do right now. Okay i need you to do. You need to go outside. You need to go outside. Don't let you can let the mosquito folly. You don't let the mosquito followed. I don't think you killed it. Okay i need to take off all your clothes and make sure that they haven't left any other bytes on you. Because every time i miskito by to a new chip that is being implanted into your bloodstream. Do you understand their fever. Carriers okay do you understand. You feel sick. Are you feeling sick right now. No but there are more boats outside yet. Chockablock out there. May and june bugs okay. You can't go outside. Go to the broom closet. Now take a broom. And i want you to pat your whole body down. Okay asking me to do so much asking me to disrobe and my place of work and find a. I don't even know if we have a brunch. Do we have a broom closet jan. Thank you very much for your call. Not say okay. I'm not safe. None of us safe thank you. This is something that has been bugging me for a long time. Sorry sorry. I was humoring here the whole time. That ridiculous theory. I don't i don't have any cut mother fucking. let's go to commercial. Shall we thank you jan. 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"terry" Discussed on Dark Air with Terry Carnation

Dark Air with Terry Carnation

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"terry" Discussed on Dark Air with Terry Carnation

"Has red hair. That's beside the point. Listen this baby is definitely not of this world. So can you check for webbing between the fingers between the toes. Something else that you're going to want to invest in. Yep go ahead. Rob de do spend a lot of time together. He my wife and ubs guy like sometimes here dropping packages and they asked me to go pick up something from the store again irrelevant so a geiger counter is going to be very important to determine counter. Ocal right out there if the baby has its own radioactive impulse. Is it possible for you to install a camera over the crib because if it has been sent from another time and other dimension another galaxy and infested your family well let's just say that it's intention could be nefarious robin joy. That baby okay. My friend thank you. You'll never get those years back their magical years. I highly recommend the rabbi by baby audio series for baby the classics. It's fantastic great. Great use that on my other. Baby time he he also year..

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"terry" Discussed on Dark Air with Terry Carnation

Dark Air with Terry Carnation

08:20 min | 1 year ago

"terry" Discussed on Dark Air with Terry Carnation

"Air. You're on yeah. Hey are you. i'm well what's your name sir. I'm jason jason. And i'm i'm up in a bar. Sto california beautiful beautiful city. Yes it's all right. listen Lot of strange goings on in our house You know there's the power will go on and off and then The other day. The toaster fell off the countertop And We've had a very awful odor of. I don't want to say Feces but feces odor diarrhea. Or what have you. I'm just. I don't know if it's a haunting or fm what are you. What are your thoughts. Well it definitely could be a haunting It definitely could be some kind of spirits militias spirits. it also could be. You're just at a lower income level and living in barstow california. yeah you know. I we get by. It's the house is From the late eighteen hundred but When we bought it wasn't this this bad. I'll be honest. It's it's gotten worse since hasn't gone worth. We've lived here okay. That's thank you thank you. But you know we're going to need to determine if there is in fact a portal to hades or hell whatever you wanna call it one of the lower realms so do you have a trash compactor disposal No i am not the queen of england. I don't have a trash compactor. Or disposal rockefellers. We just we have garbage can an interesting. Would you take a look at the garbage can look in the garbage can for me Just let me okay. What do you see. I see a couple of boxes. Stover's dinner And handful of beer cans Also use condom a. I haven't had sex. I masturbate with condoms 'cause i we don't have tissue or anything Wasn't henry stauffer. The founder of staffers indicted for satanic rituals. I don't i don't know about that. I that's i want. I am if i knew that there is a satanic connection to stouffer meals. And you know right here. I'm just puzzling. it out. Stouffer is is an anagram for thou- stirs god. The tv just went out. Now get out. Get out now. There is something very very wrong. All right there's someplace you can stay Well outside of the house okay. Perfect just get out now. All right thank you so much for your call. Thank you very called. What would an unfortunate gentleman has house. I wouldn't say haunted. That haunted doesn't even come close to summing up with them in is going through. hey kerry. i'm still on the line Get out listen Do you know of a place. I could maybe stay tonight. Do you have a car. I am dupont no. I got a bike. A bike can be fashioned into a rudimentary shelter. Brings some of your clothing. Lean the bike against a large rock. Place the clothing over the bike and snuggle in for the nine okay. Okay thank you so much for your call or try burger king. I'm still on. I didn't know if i should talk. Sorry for the pause i. There is a burger king. Well it's kind of a. It's a burger joint. Hang him up please. okay thank. You wouldn't unfortunate gentlemen. Yeah hey kerry. I'm still lying. Are you capable of perhaps hanging up the phone yourself. Oh sure. I didn't know. I don't know protocol i'm not a you know on tv or radio much so okay. I'm hanging up goodbye guys. Okay okay well. Kind of afraid to speak jason okay. Well you're listening to dark air with terry carnation rob. You're on dark air. Hi terry. i'm sorry. I'm going to have to Talks off because i have a newborn baby in the other room okay. Sure that's fine. Rob congratulations by the way thank you. I also didn't want to start off by lying to you but my name's not actually wrong. Okay that's fine Many people use aliases in their everyday life as well as on calling radio show saw. I accept that rob Okay I'm a really big fan but I just wanted Oh my new. Born baby has as red hair. Oh that's beautiful. Ginger little ginger child. Congratulations rob not rob I I am a Dark skinned and i do not have any Red hair jeans and my family. So i'm a little confused by that game and My wife she's black wife is black. You're dark skinned and your child has red hair okay. Well let's let's go down this path first of all how. How newborn is it. Does it still have the umbilical cord. I mean they're usually removed at the hospital. Is it a home birth. Or it's the bumpy thing. That's not the penis right now. Okay let's go down the list of possibilities here possibility. One no please go ahead rob on. This is what i suspect. I think there's an alien race of gingers that have implanted the spe- in wife's belly and that's what has happened. And that's what's come out okay. So of the possibilities of your wife having an affair with an irishman or the baby being mixed up at the hospital. You've opted for the alien Ginger-haired alien baby invasion what. What has what's prompted this. Are what evidence do you have can turn his head around three hundred sixty degrees. I should turn the baby's tree sixty known right now. No no rob please please no rob. I just was asking. If the baby's head had the ability to swivel three hundred sixty degrees you might rotated about thirty or forty degrees and just see how far around goes but please do not injure. This baby almost went into that when your wife breastfeeds the baby does the baby puncture the skin with its teeth. I know listen rob a. Here's what you need to do. We need to get a dna test done as quickly as possible. Okay can you do a nasal swab of the baby disturbing it. Yes i did want to mention one thing. Also we're going to want to do a stool sample urine sample and we need to collect some hair fibers. Yes go ahead. What was that rob. I was just going to mention that. Now that i'm thinking about it the the ups guy.

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"terry" Discussed on Dark Air with Terry Carnation

Dark Air with Terry Carnation

05:24 min | 1 year ago

"terry" Discussed on Dark Air with Terry Carnation

"Two regional. Do you buy it. Oh of course. I might time travel i by the whole thing. You think she's telling the truth though. Sure i'll tell you what i don't buy is The butterfly effect. I don't think that it would do any harm to change the future. Kill hitler you know. You told her to go kill hitler i think i don't think it would have changed much. You think marguerite showed up in van nuys. California circa nineteen seventy two and killed baby reginald. It wouldn't have an effect on the world. I don't wanna find that answer out. But i'll tell you what i did. Run into my d'appel ganger about eight years ago and everything seems to be fine. Your d'appel gang or are you saying that. It was a version of reginald from the future culture. Reggie came back. He had a little bit shorter of a beard but he was a great dude. We hung out for the day. We got some pizza. We went to What was his name did he. Also by regine older he went by reggie but yeah it was. It was me through and through. I could just tell looking at him He had sat is though. So i'm i didn't wanna know what happens in the future to reggie. But he had sat is so i'm i'm a little concerned..

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"terry" Discussed on Dark Air with Terry Carnation

Dark Air with Terry Carnation

05:51 min | 1 year ago

"terry" Discussed on Dark Air with Terry Carnation

"How about that. I've never heard that one before. Oh you haven't. I actually have heard that The the twilight zone is actually documentary. Footage documentary footage. How is that possible cool. I know they were actors but there were documentary crews following actors around all the time. That's how allen funt got his start before candid camera. He was documenting actors and that footage was woven into episodes of the twilight zone. We'll for instance he was he was on the plane. Following william shatner when william shatner saw that monster out on the wing he was just documentary. He was documenting. He was basically doing an early form of electronic press kits. He was following chatting around during the star trek days. It actually makes no sense at all actually makes zero sense. The idea that there would be all of those actors in the episode. What about rod sterling. What about him. With cigarettes and these monologues. He just coincidentally that guy smoked a lot and he loved talking to people with cameras. If you had a camera he would walk up. And just talk to you in my favorite episode of the twilight zone riding in the back of the bus Korean war soldiers are approaching the surrounding the bus. Your chicken is making so much noise. You must silence. The chicken silenced chicken and you know what the chicken was a baby. Are you sure that was the twilight zone. Devastating devastating this was during the korean. Yes hawkeye Hawkeye pierce well. It sounds like a plot point to mash. But i have also that mashes based on documentary footage in fact most of seventies Television documentary the gilligan's island crew. Getting stuck on that island so that was an early version of survivor. Basically is that what you're saying. How out that You know. I just realized that the show love boat was so stupid. There is no way that was happening in real life and it basically disproves this entire theory. There is no way that many people had sex and never diarrhea on a cruise ship. Well should we go to the phone banks and see what awaits us next. Let's go oh okay and Next caller is apparently a time traveler. Margarite you're on the air first. Time longtime Among long time long time. Because i'm as you said. I'm i'm not only a time actually calling from the past right now with your a time traveler and you're currently calling. I'm assuming from your cell phone. Yeah i did bring my cell phone with me. Because in this particular time period there are not cell phone yet You know. I'm a little bit frightened because i'm in i'm in world war two england and i can even hear me over all of this all of explosions and hearing their you referring to the to the beliefs and i'm not exactly exactly. Yeah no i don't. I don't hear anything but but before we get into that. How do you time travel or are you using devices or contraption is it a magical amulet and nothing bupkus so. This is what i did Have you ever seen the movie somewhere in time with christopher reeve beautiful beautiful film. Very old movie and He just he takes a penny and he concentrates. And i thought well nothing else is working. I'm gonna try that and next thing you know i'm in a caveman times and I came back. I've gone to a couple of other places. I went to the future. And congratulations by the way. You'll find out and i don't want to hear that dark hair listeners. Something good awaits carnation. But don't tell don't tell me because that could throw up the space time continuum you know okay. Who knows i'm so flattered titillated right now. That's that's incredible going back up a little bit to somewhere in time. Why did you choose. World war two right so i'm not really good at history. That's the thing and i was. I wanted to go to win In the sixties in london it was like swinging time and So i said the nineteen or under. I concentrated on the wrong thing. So yeah so this is it's embarrassing and also Again scary. I keep getting these scary such. Hey here's here's an excellent idea. Yeah why don't you. Hop over the the channel and go kill hitler while you're down there how time i don't know how to like space travel. I don't know how to get from space travel. Germany zeppelin okay. I mean how do i how do you tell him like a bow and arrow. Just take get over there. You can use a bow and arrow you use a gun or an explosive device. How here's one put on a pretty nutty later costume and hit him in the head with the frying pan like one of those buxom st pauli girls from the nineties that i gotta go. Wow okay please call us back plenty of charge on that phone marguerite.

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"terry" Discussed on Dark Air with Terry Carnation

Dark Air with Terry Carnation

06:21 min | 1 year ago

"terry" Discussed on Dark Air with Terry Carnation

"Thank you so much for your call. Thanks so much for calling. Doug air honestly. I wish sally just called in. She seems to have a lot more going on than marjorie. In fact sally. If you're still listening if you ever do fully incarnation and takeover marjorie human form. Give us a call love to have you in studio as a guest dear listeners. It is i- terry of course and listen. I recently had an experience. I wanted to share with you. I wanted to get myself something really special myself. I said myself something for me. Just meet me me me. And i discovered paint your life dot com. So if you want to give a truly meaningful gift to yourself or others try paint your life dot com. You'll get a professional hand. Painted portrait created from any photo at a truly appreciate an astonishingly affordable price. You can choose from a team of world class artists and work with them until every detail is perfect. There's a user friendly platform that lets you custom order a hand painted portrait in less than five minutes a quick and easy process. You can't believe it. It takes about three weeks. You can combine photos into one painting. It's the perfect birthday anniversary. A wedding gift meaningful personal and can be cherished forever. I got an incredible two feet by three foot painting of me terry carnation clutching beautiful lamp. I'm going to be buried with at paint. New life dot com. There's no risk if you don't love the final painting your money is refunded guaranteed and right now as limited offer get twenty percents off your painting. That's right twenty percent off and free shipping to get this special offer text. The word dark to sixty four thousand sixty four dash zero zero zero. That's dark to sixty four thousand. Just text on your phone. The word dark day are k. To six four zero zero zero sixty four thousand paint your life celebrate the moments that matter. Most terms apply available at paint your life dot com slash terms again. Text dark to sixty four thousand thaddeus your on dark air hough about time about time I know you get a lot of callers terry. Who talk about all manner of beliefs that can be equally challenged that can be dissected torn apart. Sometimes i listen to sean as much as i respect you. I find that Your unwillingness to challenge every moron with maniacal theory that comes on the air Troubling no right that is now. You're you're challenging me here. Do you have a question. And i will just say to you thaddeus you would like you can have your own paranormal calling show and i will listen to it and give it a try That is rallying cry of those that cannot be criticized Start your own show ad they say on the internet and as in any internet argument i fully expect you to hurl hitler at me in the next sentence and compare me to that dispose. Well i'm on the edge of pressing hang up. Do you have a question about the devil. Okay keller me intrigued. color me. Somebody who's actually conversed with the fallen morning star. I have spoken to the devil. I've spoken to lucifer. I've spoken to satan. They're all three persons one non god and they all have implored me to make this phone call lord. Satan has has asked for me specifically. He's heard your show and he. He's a hate listener He loves to listen and talk about how insipid you are interesting. So this this lord of darkness How did you come to converse with him. It she they have a gender preference He's the guy right and I we I i was listening to an old motley crue album And that's when he started whispering to me. I can hear him And so. I addressed tim. Satan comes all who welcome him but He welcomed me because he me to call you until you to stop. Stop being in name. Stop entertaining others. What he wants me to tell you is that you need a sidekick of sorts. Somebody who is more rational somebody who could parse the ridiculousness that comes your way. Somebody like like myself. So this this devil. Satan devil the devil the devil is. He's got to be a pretty busy guy. He has time for a conversation in which he suggests you come on my show as a co host. You mock me but you should be flattered. The dark lord listens to your show. Oh i'm just getting this in thaddeus the devilish speaking to me. oh no. he's he's telling me something right now yes master. He's telling me to tell thaddeus to punch himself in the crotch as hard as humanly possible. Right now he said my name yes he said daddy assed punch yourself in the crotch as hard as you can that that is what your master has charged me to tell you be back at my lord a speed speed speed bag at todd yass. Oh you pleasing me. Good seeing ride. I like the way right like the win win. You get lost between the booed do you..

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"terry" Discussed on Dark Air with Terry Carnation

Dark Air with Terry Carnation

08:07 min | 1 year ago

"terry" Discussed on Dark Air with Terry Carnation

"One hundred percent true so tonight. I'm actually really excited for this. Because we're going to replace them of our classic dark darker calls that. I got to pick myself and i know these verbatim. It'll be fun like like watching a band play snippets of their best songs at the super bowl. Halftime show all killer. And no filler folks. So to be very clear. I will be taking no calls tonight. Please enjoy this trip into the vault which is really evolved. It's more like a set of costco shelves in the utility closet above the trifled towels and toilet paper just like the doctor ordered carnation out nation nation. Welcome to another episode of doc air. It's me or host terry carnation and with me in the engineering studio tonight is none other than reginald old. Reginald hello reginald this evening. I'm great as always just happy to have a job and be here with my friend. Oh that's so sweet. Reginald well you know the you know. I admire you as well and Just so thrilled to have you on the show and ladies and gentlemen so excited tonight so excited for in studio guest. Yes many of you know him. As the great spock as the author of the book. I am not spock. The host of in search of mr leonard. Nimoy is here tonight in the in the studio. I'm assuming you did not give my email this afternoon. E mails need to remember. I told you reginald if you need to reach me. Fax me fax me. I guess i i. I regret to inform you. That leonard nimoy will not be joining us for has passed on today. Tom goodness oh. My goodness. that's heartbreaking meetings and gentlemen. You heard it here. February twenty seventh. Two thousand and fifteen leonard. Nimoy has passed away passed away. Who killed him. Reginald i think cholesterol terry i think it was his own heart nonsense. I can't believe that man would have an enemy on this planet. Who would want him dead. Let me be frank with you reginald. He knew too much. My favorite leonard nimoy performance reginald. It was his directorial masterpiece. Men and a baby starring one of my favorite actors of all time steve gutenberg where we still have to do an episode dedicated to the ghost in the background in that one scene of the show. Oh we could've asked leonard about that. If you hadn't been assassinated it might even have been bigfoot. That hunted him down. Never knows one never knows. Live long and prosper. Well he didn't he didn't live that long but he certain he prospered and boy. Oh boy did he prosper. Rest in peace leonard. Nimoy well you know. I do know steve gutenberg. I've got his phone number. Here i could. I could call him. If he'd want to come on the show he could really give us some insight into that ghost me give him a call. Your call cannot be completed as dialed. Please check the number dial again. That's odd you told me to call anytime of the day of night. Please check the number. This is impossible anyway steve. If you're listening call in we'd love to hear from you in the meantime we have plenty of calls teed up to last us for the hour reginald as reliable as you are here suit seriously. I wish our listeners could see the massive tufts of reddish chest hair peeking out from the color. Your slipknot t-shirt. Oh what do we have on-deck reginald. We have marjorie from tampa. Florida marjorie from tampa. How are you holding up. How is it going fast. Shut up sally. Is that your daughter who what all. I'm so sorry i'm Can you guess put my edge. Who's a mad house over here. I have ted my husband. I have sal okay. I don't know how much time you have. I know you have a long line of callers. we're having a little bit of Problem that i that. I feel only you could help with And truth be told. This is like you're the only person i've really brought this up to. Besides my my therapist everyone thinks i have multiple personality disorder. But it's not. I am telling you this little girl sally. Who's in my brain. I know it's a go marjorie. was it marjorie. i'm marjory. I'm the main. I'm the main like the real person the court how many personalities within you how many how many hair grows how many voice their ten. But sally is is that like she's just causing the biggest raucous of every four some of the others. So there's marjorie. Sally who's in between there are todd. There's lily she's nice. She plays tennis. She helps me with my croquet and my knitting and all that there's also Row row. Hi may name is ro ro. How are you okay. Magic need to meet them all. I was just trying to get a sense of the now here there hands and they wanna come out to play but yeah. I don't know i feel like you're literally the only person who can help me with this. So let's go back. Let's go back. You're saying that. Sally is the newest of these personalities. These voices that are coming up and you think she is either possessed by a demon or some kind of ghost or she actually ghost. Oh sally sally speak to me here for a furniture is possible to put sally on the on the on the on the phone. Hold them we have to coax her in. Can you coax her in with me to sally. Sally can i speak to you. Hi sally listen listen. Tell tell us a little bit about yourself sally. Sally need nap. It just sounds like you need a nap. How old are you sally fantastic. Sal can you put marjorie back on. Sally is that you. He's not the demon inside of you. Sally it what is the name of the demon inside of you sally diarrhea. I am sorry i missed. That is that is that gaelic. Oh oh oh. Do you see what i'm dealing with. Marjorie it's really quite simple. An irish ghost is referred to as a banshee. Okay so she is obviously possessed by gaelic. Irish ghost referred to as a banshee. We have a list on our website at dark air. Top-quality exorcists many of them specialize in gaelic banshee variety. And they can remove that from sally and hopefully things will even out..

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