35 Burst results for "Three Times"

An Interview With David Peters, Three-Time WSOP Bracelet Winner

The Jeff Gross Flow Show

02:57 min | 22 hrs ago

An Interview With David Peters, Three-Time WSOP Bracelet Winner

"David peters. How're you doing. Great how are you. i'm good. i'm good i guess. I want to have on a longtime known a long time. I was looking back at the in two thousand seven hamas. When you're first ever trips we shared a cab from the atlantis. Slow airport the atlanta's it's a long drive. I remember you there. You're from ohio michigan report around the same time kind of similar while almost a similar trajectory. Kinda gone result. You're you're a different stratosphere poker but we kinda came up around the same time maybe tell a little bit about yourself who you are. What got you into poker. Moneymakers two thousand three year. How did how did you get interested in. What kind of hooked you into this game I was in high school just watching the first year was like i think it was. Before moneymaker. i think it was like Wpa events are coning and kind of took that money in start paying five dollars. It goes just kind of go from there and this and and what were your parents saying around this time your friends family like were they were friends. Playing poker was just like a video game. You your parents see all you're playing something like whatever. Small stakes like free rolls. Don't really think much of it or they don't do this or encouraging you. What was it. Goes their feedback on a poker clung. Yeah they've always been like supportive the Kind of know whatever. Whatever i wanted to wanted to his house taking it seriously either. They've always been supportive encouraging of the of me to play on i think they were They're trying to say that needed to get a job and stuff like that early on like you in high school and i was kind of at this point. I'd started doing well and i was showing them that. Hey i can make more money doing this than getting a job or some job. Whatever so there were a little hesitant about that poland's Doing well they know they're they're onboard. Ad says cool. It's nice when you have the early success. I do see your underhanded and mob. Your first ever result was a final table. Was that your first ever tournament or did you play a couple of not cash. Because i i say this. Ninety five plus percent guests on your first ever score was a final table. I kind of wonder. If they're like gets people hooked. They're just kind of like what would be different if it wasn't but yet talking about that experience and it looks like you were over in spain. So what will bring there was the satellite. How did you get over there. I for your first flagg. I cash out so that was a that was an online tournament star in them in the the final forty five finished in barcelona so that was like a really cool cool experience at the most. Like one of my one of my. I like traveling poker trips. I guess those exciting playing a big live like that and then making my first big foul table. What's the

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Trump Has Built War Chest of More Than $100 Million

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:21 sec | 2 d ago

Trump Has Built War Chest of More Than $100 Million

"Himself to be his party's most powerful fundraiser in the first six months of the year. Filings made public yesterday show he had amassed the political treasure chest of $102 million by the end of June. The Washington Post reports is a testament to the power. Of Trump's online donor base and the deep financial reservoir available to him if he chooses to seek the White House a third time. There are more

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Small Impacts Churning up Europas Surface

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

02:07 min | 4 d ago

Small Impacts Churning up Europas Surface

"And you study claims. Small comet meteoroid impacts on the jovian ice moon europa. Make the search for evidence of signs of life beyond earth far more difficult billions of years europa as experienced battering of impacts and as the surface of the icy moon. Churns youtube brought up to the service. Is that high. Energy electron radiation accelerated by jupiter. Scientists have been studying the likely effects of all these small impacts on europa's surface as they prepare to explore this system with abc upcoming europa clipper mission. And to look at the possibility of a feature land emission rope is of special interest to science because of its subsurface global ocean which lies beneath. It's thick ice crust this massive body of water at least three times more than the earth's oceans combined may have conditions suitable for life and this growing speculation that some of this water could be cpr under the surface. So what's the likely a fake of the accumulation of all these impacts from comets and media onto the jovian moon. surface will a new study in the journal. Nature astronomy has been calculating. Just how five down. This churning process called impact. Gardening may have disturbed. Europa's frozen christ. The study estimates at the surface of europa has been shown by smaller impacts to an average depth of around thirty centimeters and any molecules that my qualifies potential buyers signatures which includes chemical signs of life could be affected at that depth. That's because the impacts would churn material up to the surface where radiation could break down the bonds of any potential lodge delicate molecules generated by biology. Me well some material already on the surface will be pushed further downwards or it could be mixed with the subsurface further contaminating the scene. The study's lead author. Emily ca stellar from the university of hawaii says finding pristine chemical by signatures would require looking deep below this impact gardening zone because chemical by signatures in areas shallower than the sun may have been exposed to destructive radiation

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Japanese Man Almost 'Strokes' Himself to Death

The Gargle

02:02 min | 4 d ago

Japanese Man Almost 'Strokes' Himself to Death

"In japan has stroked himself while stroking himself in the worst olympic event. Nobody asked for this fifty one year. Old man is being reported as having masturbated himself into a stroke jobs gelman. Have you been following this story. I have involving this story. This man was masturbating around three times a day and no judgement here but who has the time and he. He had a stroke. It's almost like a very frequently fatal condition and he survived and the french call the moment after an orgasm lepetit more right the small death and this guy almost got the whole thing. which is. He's japanese but spiritually very french. Every orgasm is just the tip of he's described in in the news reports as being an unnamed right handed man and how much masturbating you have to do for someone to look at you. And i don't know your name but i'm sure you're right handed. That is enormous. It looks like a giant foam finger. You'd get at a basketball game. The thing about this is that he masturbated frequently enough. He masturbated several times. It's entirely possible that the stroke just happened and when he went in emergency. He didn't need to mention the mets to. I'll go this far. I think the masturbation might have been what shook it. Loose the blood clot. I think he could have saved his life. He's used to like expelling. I think he his body was used in top flow form of all fluids after a very different reaction to the story to bite view because my reaction was. Oh so. I guess we can't do anything. Edible too much alcohol. It's good you don't have to watch coffee chocolate. And now is like the one pleasure. My goal we had left as human beings has been compromised. Is he going. Turn out looking at pictures. Of briana and channing. Tatum gives you diabetes.

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The Strangest Olympics Ever for the United States of America

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:21 min | 5 d ago

The Strangest Olympics Ever for the United States of America

"Listen I just wanna say so. The olympics are happening now. These are without any question at least in my mind. The strangest olympics in in the history of the modern olympics. I'm not sure what is going on. We have athletes. Who seem to be ashamed to be americans nonetheless competing as americans for the american league. It's a bizarre thing We have transgender athletes competing in women's weightlifting. There's a man competing as it's just so strange. And i find that unlike every other for years. I've kind of tuned out. I'm not sure what to make of what is happening in this country or in these olympics. Well i think maybe this the reason you're seeing a smaller audience On what in watching the olympics. But in my day. Eric you know we marched into the olympic stadium. I remember doing it three times in as much of a formation as we possibly could because we knew representing the united states of america and it was a great honor to do that and not sure some of the athletes share that particular view today. But i do know that. That's the way it used to be. And if you have the country sending you. I think you need to stand up straight and i think you need to honor the country. Because they've given you the privilege of being in in one of the great events of all times olympic

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Reaction to Tesla's Q2 Earnings Report & Earnings Call

Tesla Daily: Tesla News & Analysis

02:09 min | Last week

Reaction to Tesla's Q2 Earnings Report & Earnings Call

"We're here we just got tesla's cute cute. Twenty-one earnings report and shareholder letter and wow the results are phenomenal. I'm extremely impressed with what has been able to accomplish in the second quarter. Uh going to quickly go through. The financial results will look at a couple of takeaways from the shareholder letter as well and then we are going to segue into the earnings call. Afterwards of there'll be a different link for that down in the show notes but we'll get this out before then so right off the bat. Let's just look at some of the numbers here. Shift over to excel and we can see how tesla's actual compared to the analyst consensus as well as the numbers that was forecasting so deliveries. No surprise there came in right as we expected them to as they usually do automotive sales. tesla significant beat here versus what i was expecting in versus what analysts were expecting a three percent above my levels two percent above the analysts consensus that was driven by Better actual average selling prices because as you can see here regulatory credits which we talked about. In the preview i've consistently been forecasting those two high this time forecast them to her forecast tula previously. This time forecast them. too high. as at five hundred million deaths reported three hundred fifty four million meaning non automotive sales excluding regulatory credits was way way higher than what i had expected meaning average selling prices. Were much better than what. I had predicted Same thing here. With energy tussle beating my expectations by twenty six percent. Animals consensus by thirty nine percents Driven by just greater They say greater recognition of mega pack sales as quarter. Scroll down here. We can see that. A tesla over about one point three gigawatt hours of energy storage. A second highest ever. I and significantly up quarter over quarter about three times. What tesla did in key one. I'm quite a bit higher than my expectation as well as analyst consensus so that drove a beat on the energy line and then the service and other line that also came in ahead of analysts expectations. About right where i was. Forecasting it at So tesla delivering a pretty big beat about a four percent beat on the top line number there with about twelve billion dollars in revenue up ninety eight percent year over year

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Odor, Yankees rally in 8th, end Boston's 4-game win streak

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | Last week

Odor, Yankees rally in 8th, end Boston's 4-game win streak

"Brunette or door delivered a game tying two run double in a four run eighth to push the Yankees past the red Sox for three door also scored on a go ahead single by Gleyber Torres off Adam Ottavino later in the inning door atone for two errors that allowed the alias leaders to score a pair of unearned runs while taking a three nothing lead the red Sox put runners on second and third with two out in the ninth before Aroldis Chapman struck out ki K. Hernandez for his eighteenth save Boston ended a four game winning streak and lost to the yanks for just the third time in twelve meetings this season I'm Dave Ferrie

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Florida Urged to Ramp up Vaccination Effort Amid ‘Alarming’ Covid Rise

Maggi Tax

00:43 sec | Last week

Florida Urged to Ramp up Vaccination Effort Amid ‘Alarming’ Covid Rise

"Cases in the state continued to go up. The Florida Department of Health is reporting over 73,000 new covid 19 cases in the past week, which is over three times the number of new cases from two weeks ago. As covid cases rise. People who didn't want to get the covid vaccine are starting to change their minds. Dina Dorsten talk to Fox 35 in Orlando outside Immobile vaccine site at the Orlando Police Department. I lost two friends this week in their thirties from the virus. What? Yeah, here one in Miami one in Naples, Florida, So that was my wake up call. Dorsten says things that she read on social media made her distrust the vaccine. She also is eight months pregnant and doesn't want to risk passing the virus to her baby. A

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Olson Homers, Kaprielian Dominates as a’s Blank Angels 6-0

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last week

Olson Homers, Kaprielian Dominates as a’s Blank Angels 6-0

"The athletics completed a two game sweep with a snappy six nothing shut out of the angels James completely and had another strong performance scattering five hits and striking out seven over six innings while lowering his ERA to two point six five I kind of believe in my stuff and I think you know the catchers are are starting to you know see that I believe that I have four pitches I can throw any time and and we're doing that we're executing and were able to push guys differently every single time they come up to the desk Matt Olson homered for the second straight day and added an RBI single the blast left him tied for fourth in the majors with twenty five home runs Rammohan Laureano hit a two run double what the athletic scored three times in the sixth to take control the eagles left ten on base and were for nine with runners in scoring position I'm Dave very

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Dallas Cowboys to Be on HBO's 'Hard Knocks' for Third Time

Big Al and JoJo

01:00 min | 2 weeks ago

Dallas Cowboys to Be on HBO's 'Hard Knocks' for Third Time

"In hard knocks with the Dallas Cowboys as they report to camp tomorrow, by the way, so this is their third time. The Cowboys first appeared on hard knocks in 2002 and finished with a five and 11 record that season. Yeah, Uh, they then appeared a second time in 2008. And they missed the postseason with a nine in seven record. With an uber talented team that was done in partly because of locker room turmoil. Now it is the second season. Under a really a new head coach Mike McCarthy. I mean, last year was his first year with the team. And you know he had injured quarterback last year in Dak Prescott. We saw that just gruesome ankle dislocation injury, which was rough, and, um, There you go. They're gonna be on it for a third time. So you said there are things that we are not

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Monday Mission: Make 5 Bluff Check-Raises

Daily Poker Tips

00:45 sec | 2 weeks ago

Monday Mission: Make 5 Bluff Check-Raises

"Here's your monday mission. Make five bluff. Check raises check raising. Look strong right. You know when you make see bets. Most of the time you scream dammit teach. Jack raised one hand strength. Do you put someone on when they check raise. If you're like me you put them on sets or nut flush draws and the bigger the check. Raise or the more passive. The opponent is the more likely it's a set or better so when you attempt your check raises tonight do them on boards that favor your range and don't interact well with your opponents range if you can have every possible set or maybe even a straight on the five six seven flop this can really convince them to fold go two point five or three times their seebeck to really hit their pain threshold as

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Adames Drives in 4 as Brewers Rally for 11-6 Win Over Reds

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 2 weeks ago

Adames Drives in 4 as Brewers Rally for 11-6 Win Over Reds

"Well the odometer two run Homer and a two run double as the brewers dump the Reds eleven to six P. on feeling good at the plate no awfully I continue to you know to carry that those that haven't you know and continue to help the team to get wins because we need them Lois Riess had a solo Homer to spark Milwaukee's five run eighth shortly before Adonis double a pair two more runs scored on wild pitches in the eighth a missile Garcia also Homer for the brewers who's leading the NL central is up to five games over Cincinnati Tyler Nick when a U. Haney US war as he two run doubles for the Reds Cincinnati lost for just the third time in twelve games I'm Dave Ferrie

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Q&A: How to Deal With Relationship Separation Anxiety

The Hardcore Self Help Podcast with Duff the Psych

02:36 min | 2 weeks ago

Q&A: How to Deal With Relationship Separation Anxiety

"My partner goes away a few weeks at a time two three times a year and i join him partway through but when away. I get crippling anxiety about how he feels that he will have decided to leave me while away etc. Since spending the last year cooped up together this is now even spread to win. He is out without me. I must note that. I came to the realization that this is affected me in relationships so like i said shortened. Sweet good question. Oh there's one line and says i know these feelings are irrational in that it's unsustainable for me to keep getting sucked into make believe situations some questions. Do you have tips and managing this. And should i talked to my partner about the issues. I have so very good question. Thank you an awesome job giving you a little little golf. Clap here awesome job. Getting yourself into some therapy. I know it's not always easy to take that leap. We all come from different backgrounds with different attitudes toward therapy different limitations. So i'm always super proud to hear somebody you know finally does that. So good job. What you're describing here is fairly common issue. I've even answered some similar questions on the podcast before. And i think that a lot of people do experience this to different extents know for some people it's just uneasiness for some people it's full blown anxiety for some people. It really really really interferes with a relationship where they can't let things be in intensity and even fights and things like that so it is a common issue but it's on a spectrum. Everybody kind of sit somewhere else on that spectrum. I also understand how this could be. Totally exacerbated made worse by spending so much time together during cove it. It's you know. Obviously there are good elements to that you get to spend a lot of time together. Presumably you like each other. So that's a good thing but you do get used to a certain routine in a certain sense of security with that. I think that one of the things that this type of anxiety that you're describing often leads to is checking behaviors so by checking. I mean things that are attempts to resolve your sort of internal sense of tension so you kind of have this like build up of uneasiness of tension things -iety and you wanna do something to resolve that right so in other situations may be like if you take somebody who has obsessive compulsive disorder. They might have ritualistic behavior. That is an attempt to decrease that internal sensings eighty and it may be something related or unrelated. I mean not be very logical. But they're just trying to do something to ease that a little bit. It's not a sustainable thing. It doesn't help in the long but in those moments it's like what else can they do. They don't wanna sit with this nasty. Feeling this this frightful thing that's going on inside their body

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Save Money by Going Reusable

Money Rehab with Nicole Lapin

01:30 min | 2 weeks ago

Save Money by Going Reusable

"Go reusable. You can tell the up some major savings just by opting for products that are reusable instead of single use about it. How many gas station water bottles have you bought this month or dago water bottles. I mean even if you're just buying a water bottle once a week you're spending one hundred fifty bucks per year unjust plastic. Do yourself a favor and by the twenty dollar reusable water bottle and fill it up all the time. There are so many everyday things we can swap with reusable counterparts bringing your own bags to the grocery store instead of using the plastic ones which will save you some money in states. Like new york where you're charged fee forgetting bags at checkout and plus their way more comfortable to walk with you can put way more stuff in there and you can bring your own coffee mug to starbucks. You can use a dish towel instead of a whole bunch of paper towels and okay. I hate using a crusty dish towel as much as the next gal or guy but newsflash. It's twenty twenty one nasty dish. Rags are things of the past. They now make dish towels that come with soap in the micro fibers. So you don't have to also by dish soap which yes comes in a plastic bottle so instead of buying a multi pack of paper towels three times a month you have a one and done dish towel. Purchase that you can throw in with your laundry and it's good as new

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Team WNBA Defeats Team USA in 2021 WNBA All-Star Game

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:35 sec | 2 weeks ago

Team WNBA Defeats Team USA in 2021 WNBA All-Star Game

"Starting to get control of your early 10 to 4 early in the first quarter, the W N B A All Star Game just went final in Las Vegas Team W. N B a A winner over Team USA 93 80. Five. The two mystics on the Olympic team, Tina Charles and Ariel Atkins had very little impact. They combined to score 11 points in defeat. Aurica Gumbo Ali. The obvious choice for M V P, by far had came high. 26 points knocked down 53 pointers, including a key four point play late in the game during halftime. Ali Quigley won the three point competition for the third time in

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"three times" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

02:13 min | 3 weeks ago

"three times" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"Let's spend it glad all comparison brady and you can have a conversation with brady. Patrick mahomes andy. Reason brady got not seven soup on stop count. Seven wins a big nine appearances fan. That's a lot one. whenever live. four logan daddy. Why you keep sleeping on my on my tennessee titans. Oh as the next best team in the afc are the only team especially with the addition of julio jones that can compete with the cheese. You know why. I don't believe in when you go to the playoffs. You gotta be able to consistently throw the football on top of running and playing stout defence. They can run the football. Their defense is toast defense. Not good man not good. I understand you tennessee. Defense not good and when you need to make big throws can't tanny. He'll make a handful of big throws in the play offs. Can he consistently need to do that. You have yes you have to in the playoffs. You have to get those chunk. Plays a handful of them super bowl. One chunk throw changes jimmy garoppolo future in san francisco. He was he one zero. They can live off the running game. He just has to be able to write jimmy g. if just one or two throws the see. I know if ten year old can do that. That one system. That's all i gotcha. Well defense many different. Sorry for to be as defensive minded as years difference not good so you don't even put them in a good while i'm gonna lie to myself now. Good toast are monica. Great job this whole week. It was like roy keane. i'll be on. I take that's coming up next..

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"three times" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

03:22 min | 3 weeks ago

"three times" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

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An Interview With Bernard Lee of 'Poker Satellite Success'

Smart Poker Study Podcast

04:06 min | 3 weeks ago

An Interview With Bernard Lee of 'Poker Satellite Success'

"Hey poker peeves. I'm so happy to welcome. Burn ardley to the show today. We don't do interviews often and when we when we do. We make sure that they're very good. Guest bernard is the host of the long running bernard lee poker show fourteen years now. Incredible record right there. He achieved thirteenth in the two thousand five world series of poker main event. May many of you probably saw that one right there. He's a longtime player. Longtime coach and author of a brand new book poker satellite success. So welcome to the show. Bernard i appreciate it have me. Yeah definitely thank you for taking the time. I appreciate it. So you're up in massachusetts right. That's right that's right. Yeah what's the weather like up there right now because it's pretty darn hot over here in california it's You know it's been a very weird summer. We've had some really really hot days like in. The nineties and muggy today is kind of an eighties muggy day but a weekend before it was in the fifties. I mean it was. It's been a really crazy a summer so far but that's kind of par for the course with this crazy year that we've had to for sure. Yes super crazy last year and a half and you've been you know exactly exactly over here in california dealing with a heatwave incredible proportions you know but seems like we get that a lot you know in a. I'm sure we'll be experiencing some fires this. You're not really looking forward to it. But i got my masks already. You know indoors. I i work from home. Do you work from home as well. Yes yes yes. I do a lot of my stuff from home and whether it's Coaching or whether it's consulting are you know obviously playing. We have to hit the road and do that. But you know Do a lot of my stuff from. Oh yeah for sure syrian speaking hitting the road. Are you going to the wpa this summer. Yeah definitely got a. I'm going to go. Well yeah. I'm gonna go play The online a bunch of the online events not a lot of them probably about five or six of them And then a literally planning my trip right now for october. I i love flying deuce to seven. That's the game that i play a lot of do seven no limit. It's very unusual game but I final tabled at three times. So far finishing runner up once and so i really literally start my first trip focusing on that event and it pivots around bad events or whenever that event is then i kind of go from there This year. it's in the middle which is a little bit unusual usually. It's near the beginning. So that of changes my setup a little bit but you know it is what it is. I'm i i already booked my flight out there now just booking all my hotels and all that nice good so isn't going to be like a two three week trip The first one was supposed to be only a week. But i also do a charity event out there for the one step closer foundation. We do it every summer. usually it's been a planet. Hollywood has been a bally's lately. It's been at aria And if anyone is interested great. 'cause the president who i worked very closely with has cerebral palsy and he started foundation over ten years ago. And we do a poker tournament every year. Usually first prize is anywhere from five to ten thousand dollars with a lot of really cool prizes for the final table so It looks like we might do that again. Obviously we've we couldn't do it last year so we might do it again and so big depending on that. we'll see. it's probably going to be a two week trip to start. Ironically the end of the two weeks is the seniors event. And i actually quote officially. You'll yeah i would've qualified last fifty one now so i would Qualified last year so Yeah i mean. I'm probably a dinosaur right. Now when i say that but feels like yeah yeah right niceness. You are going to play in the senior event or may yeah no. I'm definitely going to play. A lot of people have always said. That's a really good event to play in Like i said. I was excited to potentially. I played the online version of last year. And i got a bunch of people you know. Messaging me being like. What are you doing in this event. I said sorry achieve fifty. It is what it is. I mean. I can't do anything about

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Meditation to Stay Relaxed and Alert

Tara Brach

01:50 min | 3 weeks ago

Meditation to Stay Relaxed and Alert

"Imitate moments to feel the movement of the breath in the area of the heart era. Attention be at the heart kind of listening attention listening inwardly since your deepest intention practicing right. Now what is it. your heart really longs for. Let's the quality of france in shephard awareness. That really would feel like home connecting with your own charity feeling with others practicing that shared intention that our moment of meditation might serve awakening ripple out really touch others in our world in a healing way. Be part of the healing. You might gently bring the palms together. The heart and we open together collectively asked community. We chant the mantra own. Which is a sound current of connectedness lieutenant. Three times and begin by taking a nice full in breath.

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Looking Into Crisis Pregnancy Centers With Writer Maya Kroth

Stuff Mom Never Told You

02:37 min | Last month

Looking Into Crisis Pregnancy Centers With Writer Maya Kroth

"Start with the basics. What are crisis. Pregnancy centers yeah crisis. Pregnancy centers are also sometimes called pregnancy resource centers. These are centers that are run by faith based groups That basically exist to talk women out of having an abortion from the outside. They might look like a traditional women's health clinic some of them even have innocuous names like the women's clinic But when you get in there you see a lot of christian literature in the lobby so these centers often masquerade is traditional women's health care clinics. But when you dig a little deeper you realize that's not what they are a lot of times. They open up right across the street from a planned. Parenthood although in states like georgia where there are so few abortion clinics They'll just open up anywhere that you might find women who might be considering an abortion college campuses that kind of thing I know that A while back on oliver did a piece of them and they kind of focused a little bit on the vans like they'll move around in vans and park outside. Oh yeah there's one that. I think parks out front of a church in hateful. Oh yeah. I tried to go and catch it. But it wasn't. It wasn't keeping regular hours. They're really regularly available in like a lot of suburban areas found. Because i as i worked in the facts and other worked with state government stuff and in the state of georgia. They kind of leaned towards faith based faith-based evidence base of resources and there are a lot almost per county i think and it's readily available as an access resource for most in age girls. Yeah they're definitely much more prevalent in georgia than planned parenthood for example or any other kind of traditional women's health clinic that provides abortion services. Yeah and that's a good segue into my next question. Which is do you have any numbers around this. Yeah there's actually one of the researchers. I interviewed for my piece. Is this woman named andreas schwarz andrew. Bird from the university of georgia. She's put together a map of crisis. Pregnancy centers across the united states in an effort to sort of help women identify. Is this a crisis pregnancy center or is this a traditional medical clinic where i'm gonna find sort of more unbiased medical information And the numbers that she came up with were somewhere around twenty five hundred crisis pregnancy centers in the united states and just for some perspective. That's about three times the number of abortion clinics in the country so they're outnumbering abortion clinics three to one in places like georgia. It's more like ten to

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"three times" Discussed on Scam Goddess

Scam Goddess

03:01 min | 4 months ago

"three times" Discussed on Scam Goddess

"To get something going. I mean it is late in the game we are in the fourth quarter and the caucus chicken right so if a if a cute guy my age hit me up was like i wanna fly you to where i live. Well first of all. I off by myself. You give blue. I don't know. I guess you gotta have a return ticket. No future wait there. We go exactly. But if somebody was like i out tomorrow i'd be like i have a life. Are you out of your mind. Nobody's hot enough. Nobody's on nobody's hot enough. No no but why are you trying to drop everything and let them have that control like come out right now. I dry right. What are we talking about. Drake is for him if he was like come gift. Liu tao i might be okay. Why do work contracts. I guess i can't go. This is exactly what i'm talking about. So there we go so it all comes out then so there's nobody wings atlanta strip club drake on thursday. I mean there are a lot of people out there. I don't know. I don't know we'll have to see what if you're if you're hot guy listening to this and your call me and we'll see we'll see china fly caleb out and let's see if he says yes or no. I have real world example. So police departments facebook page and colours personal profile had been deleted damage. Delete the whole police department facebook page. That's kind of ironic. We should get more to to adultery. If this is where title right there were like all right well. Lapd hq hq is now deleted. We will no longer. We'll be taking tweets covering us cop murders with fun tweets. Were out of here. Y'all y'all brought you much. Draw to the space. So we're leaving by. Oh yes all messy. The page posted that the city is taking the seriously and we look into any violations of police policy. Chief jason koehler has been placed on leave. While the city investigates as for city policy will refrain from commending are commenting on any personal issues of personnel in the public forum. One facebook group said said jason collier netflix series and it has more than thirty four thousand members. Wow it's gone now. But they made a facebook page where they were pitching this as a network series like to see it. I kept it up. i'll watch it. You can believe that and the situation is even inspired a song and we have a clip of the song it texas. If you make song about some adultery let me hear somebody saw on now. So who's saying this. The ballot of jason.

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"three times" Discussed on Scam Goddess

Scam Goddess

07:54 min | 4 months ago

"three times" Discussed on Scam Goddess

"Cop is at the school running warrants just on his office every time he running plates be bored. No it was like. Yeah mike the town. I grew up. It was a very small but he knew them chillicothe missouri north of kansas city. Okay okay yes. Small town okay officer. My just came came through and it was like you have a warrant. If you're s you should probably go take care of that. And i was like okay and then i just drove down there and was like i walked into the sheriff's office and it was like hey i have a warrant out for my arrest and they're like what am i told them the stuff and they're like. Oh yeah you can. Just skip court. And i was like you guys are not listening to me. I'm seventeen i. no one. No told me what it was supposed to be happening right. So they have to inform you of the judicial system. But i love to dishes system just acts like y'all read the constitution right. Yeah read anything. I got off pulled over the other day by a cop. La and he he was. He gave me a ticket for texting and driving. Which i was looking at my maps. Because i don't know where the fuck i'm going because the roads in la are complicated. And i'm not from there. But he gave me a ticket. And i was like oh. Do you know how much this is going to be. And he was like now. And i was like oh do i have to go to court for it. And he was like. I'm not sure. And i was like why do bitch. What is your job. What this ticket. Listen just by. I don't know figure out how to pay or down and go to jail not my problem. I just wondered he was he was truly children and i was like all right. Well you gave me a ticket. So i wish you knew what it meant right now. There's game is ticket book and they start handing these out to the girls so the girls and the guys but tickets. And that's what i'm doing right. You were driving pretty gaily. So that's and that's the truth. When you see me in la mike you you will know the kia saw a week. Lord jesus i when i lived in miami we had. I don't think they were real police. But we had Like security guards at the middle school. And i remember this big. This girl named la. She threw a desk at me and i was one of those deaths within chair attached. God lala waves you. I mean not the victim blame but did you do something to deserve. Because that's that's a big thing to throw. She was very strong. I had a big mouth back. There was drinking because i was a cheerleader. And i was like. I'm she says some snippy to me and i had a mouth. I used to use improper apple. I used to just improv insults. At people that i knew i had to stop doing that because i was very observant browse i care about. You fell off the face of the earth tomorrow. One by give a fuck giulio. Damn mama and then. She threw a desk so early harder. I think it definitely hit hit a nerve. I did and i remember. The security guards came and got us and when i told them the story they were like fighting back laughter. They're like what did you say. An absolute guys. There's this there's this woman in tiktok. She's a teacher and her students like she shake pretends to be her students fighting with each other and her try not to get involved. I used to work with kids. And they would say in chicago and they would say the funniest shit but they were like out of line. So i seriously would have to stop you guys have to one of them called me michelin man. Look i am do. I mean through after i was like you're over like you need to go to the office. I'm done with you right now. But right now yeah true true. What you disciplined me while you're crying while you're laughing tears right and i will say shutout to miss young good. I had a teacher last quick tangent before we buy. I had a teacher who became adult. And i have friends who are teachers that i really understood. The plight of educators shouts educators out there. Godless shaw but i had a teacher who like shoe. Definitely a scammer. She would have like contests and like if you got to her shoulders for twenty nine. I love her no work so we all wanted to rub shoulders. You win and i guess it wasn't creepy. Shoigu girls do it. But so i guess we wanna rubio soldiers and i remember. I had this bully. Her name was nicole something and she was such a bitch in every day. She would tease me and she was racist. And i used to just let iraq. Because i was like i'm not doing this girl and one day i had enough. I think i was doing a presentation or something. Issue is making some snarky comment. And i guess i was a strong fifth grader. 'cause i picked her up about a backer pads and the collar shirt and sweater across this desk. You grabbed her like like uncle. Phil us to grab jon allen. How got to give a bitch jazz. Okay i was tired of her shea. And i remember miss youngblood lazy. She told me that cost. I right now. And i went outside and she was like she came out and close the door shoes. 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"three times" Discussed on Scam Goddess

Scam Goddess

06:53 min | 4 months ago

"three times" Discussed on Scam Goddess

"I didn't even know they can. They can put a war and offer your risk because you didn't go try to put somebody else in jail right. This is a fucked up system. Do not like it here. Google brown think you can send people to jail for missing jury excessive another some brave fines court. The un hundred jury. Because you didn't do jury duty and it was like supposed to be on the other side pay. You made a choice. You may have been over here and now you're over there right. Can i do both cannot juror. Because guess what i'm going home. We also get one vote in our trial absolutely and it should count for law. Because it's like. I don't trust people kind of ibes. I tell the truth right and as a black person who okay so i did get jury duty summons for the first time this year but then you know the railroad hit and so we're going to go a peter piper pepper said somebody in jail. I do think that people of color like jury duty sucks. But we should go if we have it if you can because there's not enough people of color during juries and so the peers the jury of your peers. It's just a bunch of racists a look anti anti anti carson state people in general we gotta take jury duty because look if if you didn't like straight up killing old woman in the street. I'm saying you home you're getting off. You're not going to jail because jail shouldn't exist. We all gotta go on for profit. Prisons are a scam. They're just doing this shit so they can get free labor like you can get your license plates made by somebody that you can pay five cents to remain no matter what crimes people are doing. They still deserve a living wage. But yeah like we have to go. You know racist. They love a jury duty. That's the turn of redan. We got the jury duty. We're gonna put some nickerson jail And then we're going to go home and watch the cma country music awards and hope that little mosaics isn't back hurt my heart that you through a country music in there because i love music but i have to say you are not wrong. They do really low country music. I love me some countries a tractor sex. That was hot when i was a high school but it was a banger that i used to love but cherry au good tablet. He had that slow song they played it. Like one of i. Middle school dances where he's like. I'm sarah i i mean. He had a moment he had had a shrew moment. And i was into it. I won't lie so we also have to do jury duty guys so he the officer on the phone with them. Explain that. I could go to the sheriff's station only five minutes from my house and sign an affidavit stating that. I had no knowledge of the second summits and pay a small fine. He told me that. I need to stay on the phone while driving to the station. I've never heard no copy like our would stay on the line. Something's going on right. Maybe you call nine one one for police. Just call them like. Hey as me officer do bad. Stay on the line like what i think. The cop is running a scam. There's something. I can't wait to hear where this goes feeling. It's going to me so this person got on hands free device what you call them. Divide the d'artagnan their take. Why did i pick a complicated name. Like what is why. England my playing on that immediately. Go to devante. No so damian. Says that she They put hands on in the car and resume the call. The phone call when i arrived. I told him that. I was parked in front and ask which door to enter through. He told me that. I must have misunderstood that. I needed to pay the fine. I i asked. Don't pay that here at the station. Here live no. You'll need to take care of that with the prepaid visa. Would you purchase that. Eighty local target walmart now. Now now we're going to pay a fine and a google play gift card so hell police. So i'll know if you do this in any industry you gotta pick them with the least amount of ethics. Which is police sure. But don't just like. If i'm a dirty cop i want like drugs and guns. I don't like an applebees. Gift card doesn't really. This isn't really clicking. A let's go. Get the darden the darden gift clark red lobster and also go to olive garden. Get that darden. Otherwise you're going to jail for all you can eat bread sticks you have somebody's gonna pay and it's going to be because you'll be in jail for it. Now go down to the place. And get the gift card so this obviously. That's bizarre so. I realized that i've been duped now. Just a loner in a parking lot of a sheriff station laughing my ass off in the car. i have to admit that up until the big reveal. The camera was on his game. He used the appropriate lingo charisma. I even told him that. I wished all cops were as friendly as he was up. Until the scam. This was a delightful experience. Obviously of cops will just run scams on people. Stop killing them and terrorising them i. I mean we will take our loss here on. you know. it's one hundred bucks but nobody got shot. That's okay that i'll go with that. So nope boy. Leading up to the visa part that i expect him to be fraudulent even my phone caller. Id showed my county than the usual scam likely. I also realized the cop would never deliver a warrant notification over the phone. He got lucky to have called me. Someone who would actually miss jury duty recently. Therefore i taken off guard and then she does. They do say like eventually. I received the second. But it was shortly after i moved to a different county blah blah blah. I will say so. It depends where you live. Because i did once in high school. I had the like school cop that we had fucked up came to came to me in the hallway and was like. Hey you have a warrant for your arrest. And i was like whoa. And he was like yeah. Did you get caught without car insurance. And i was like oh. I didn't have my card on me. But i mailed them the proof. After i got pulled over and ticket or whatever and he was like you have to show up to court for that and i was like oh i didn't know he was guest to skip the next period and go down to the jail in like pay bail and do the thing so he just came up to me and was like. Oh there's a warrant out for your arrest but that was a very small town..

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"three times" Discussed on Scam Goddess

Scam Goddess

06:09 min | 4 months ago

"three times" Discussed on Scam Goddess

"I feel like you can always fuck all night if you unemployed. I'm good with. It's a nice thirteen minutes and there may be around two but that's it we don't own looking for if you wanna fuck me you fuck me for twenty seven minutes before i fall asleep and then maybe in a couple of days we could do it again. We're talking like an hour a week. Maximum spread out over all seven nights. There's no way i'm fucking all night. Allender spread over all right routines and do some fucking all night derives do you mean could never be me but my favorite scam in recent memory is and i got. I wish i knew her name. You might think you've done an episode about this. I'm not sure but if you haven't do you know of it that that black girl who scammed all the mega people by wearing a black i lou upset me about her scam with. She actually came out with this scam. I think she gave someone money back. I was like the other money back. That's no if anything no no no. I don't like that at all. She should've kept all of it. She should've kept it going. I mean i. There was also those guys. I know you posted about this. Because i remember seeing those guys who were selling trump gear like the capital shit or the around the election and they were like we don't fuck with trump at all. We're just trying to make money. And i was like pop -solutely you got a scam. These people exactly. And i later found out because y'all are fucking mood killers for that. That was like a spoof story or something. But i'm sure that there are real people out there trying to tell me step. I don't wanna find we have to in my heart. It's all about stem. The okay it's real for me and for my from me and my friends and my family and my loved ones. That story is real. And i'll never change. I've already made up my mind man. I'm absolutely with you on that. Also like it's so funny to me this you know everyone talks about whoa culture cancer culture first of all i fucking hate white people still words from black folks when black folks are minding our business on black twitter and we're not talking to you cancelled was ours. I and we weren't actually cancelling people. We were just having fun and we would be like. Oh you cancel like you know. It was just a joke and then took we're like. Oh my god cancel culture and it's like you mean consequences for your actions. What are you talking about. Oslo his so bizarre to me that why people will go to prove that they're not racist by buying racist merch from black people like no. No no i get. I get my white supremacy gear from a black man. You can actually come for me. Was this story is black owned. Okay donate to black girls. This is literally the look that is why griff tres marginalized identities that choose. The conservative gripped are so dangerous. Candace owens is dangerous milo yannopoulos dangerous because they can point and say look a black woman a gay man etcetera etcetera etcetera cetera. There on my side. They agree with me. I can't be the things you're calling me. That's why that's why somebody like. You know nikki. Haley or like kristi noem in south dakota. She's a gop rising star. The the right thinks that they can. You know prop up people with marginalized identities and then go look. We can't be sexist homophobic etc. Look at what we did. And it's like no you just found a better grip ter- because candace owens used to be a democrat and this year realize the coins. The coins were in hatred and just got the hate bag and i mean think about it like that. I can still be mad at her but you know. Her hair is mad enough to her already. So what else can i do that. Her edges having already done to her face. You know erin. Okay when when california. We haven't a wildfire notices. I'll be like panic. Stay away from broken glass from the sun. Just all over for you going up helpful. I can't do not hang out around a fire. You are in trouble worried we are. We are concerned about concern. I mean i wanted to happen. So this is reverse this reverse psychology. Please hang out by a fire by broken glass own. The lives by hanging out by dumpster us get our asses. Please we need that read. Us drag Our first segment here guys. What's hot and fried. If you're new to the show. This is where. I want our listeners about pop new scams on the streets or more often than now we get a letter from you guys were. You can snitch on your friends and family. If you'd like to participate in that scam dot g dot com. Just make sure the bag is retired. We don't wanna fuck up your calling. So caleb i need a name. We don't care about gender on this show just name for this person. Oh d'artagnan d'artagnan. So d'artagnan says asked to all the stuff before d'artagnan thinks you in their to says that they are up on games. Okay so detainees of jury duty. Summons was sent to me but went to my parent's address. Considering only my junk mail ever lands in their mailbox. The someone's got buried under a stack of coupon mailers. I didn't think it up until after the call in date had passed. I contacted the court and explain what happened. They said my name went back to the jury pool. And that i'd likely get a new summons within the next three to six months fast forward to three to six months later i get a phone call from an officer explaining that had missed my jury summons. I told him that. I knew i had missed the first one. But he was still expecting the second one. He told me that That he was referring to the second summons and somehow again. I didn't receive or any notification of missed deadline. Now there's a warrant out for my arrest. So i trying to put you in a clean. If you miss jury duty a fine like the girls would be upset..

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"three times" Discussed on History Vs.

History Vs.

07:01 min | 5 months ago

"three times" Discussed on History Vs.

"And arctic studies center at bowdoin college. They were also using him because first of all who would go to northwest greenland and ask people to join his expedition but what he knew he had got in. Return were tremendous amounts of western goods such as rifles and ammunition that they really valued for instance with the rifle. Here's a piece of technology that they could use very effectively and so they went home and periods payment to both demand and the women who were on. The expedition made them very wealthy well off individuals in their own community so period certainly used them but they warn not without agency themselves despite being skilled hunters and in familiar territory. The new we weren't immune to the anxieties of like this in their normal everyday lives in new. We'd had no reason to venture far from land over sea ice. Since the sea mammals they hunted for food tended to hang out close to shore but period was asking them to leave land behind and march hundreds of miles across the frozen ocean from what we can gather. They thought it was kinda crazy and they've certainly got more and more nervous. The further out on the polar sea pirie ventured and had them go. They traveled on the polar sea but close to shore the further out. You get on the polar seat. Fewer marine mammals are going to be around and the more dangerous. It is because leads will open up and you may get stuck in not be able to get back to land so they got very very nervous. And there are instances in the journals where you can see that people like donald mcmillan is having to distract them and cajole them to continue going north. They didn't see the point. After ta the expedition's next stop was cape sheridan to get their. The roosevelt had to cut through miles of treacherous ice. Some of which may have been eighty to one hundred feet thick for mo- ships at the time it would have been impossible to survive the maze of ice but the roosevelt was designed to deal with these exact types of obstacles. The ship barrel through the unforgiving waters for weeks finally arriving at cape shared on september fifth nineteen thousand eight. This would be the location of their winter base camp for the next few months cape. Sheridan lies on the northeastern coast of canada's ellesmere island located just a few miles from modern day alert the northernmost permanently inhabited place in the world. Sir george strong nares whom we met in our third episode wintered sheridan and perry made it his jumping off point on his previous two expeditions. Now the plan was to set up a winter camp at the cape. it wasn't a time to rest and conserve strength for the final push to the north pole. Though period expected everyone to prepare supplies build equipment and get ready for victory at the camp. Henson again proved invaluable to perry. He joined new hunters onto ten day excursions out in the elements to provide the camp with fresh meat. And when he wasn't out on dogs leads he was at the base camp building over two dozen sledges and handling any other tasks that came his way but henson was much more than just someone who could manage physical tasks. He acted as a liaison between period and the new wheat on the voyage as the people became more important to period organization. So too did hanson. Here's kaplan matthew. Henson becomes an absolutely indispensable part of periods expeditions from what we can tell also a very charismatic individual a lovely individual and also linguistically talented. He learns enough to the language spoken by inland from that perspective. You know he's able to communicate more effectively. Pirie knows some language but not the way that henson does but also i think a combination of his charisma and his race. The inuit look at him and they go okay. he's not like these. Other westerners who are white. His skin is darker. it certainly isn't like ours. But it's he's sorta more like us. And i think that he had an easy your acceptance with them but he certainly was in folded into their community. He had a wonderful relationship with the new week and pirie counted on that relationship the sledges that henson and the other members of the party built were then used to move supplies and equipment ninety three miles from cape sheridan to cape columbia northernmost point in all of canada. This is where the final push to. The poll would begin. Let's take a break here. We'll be right back. Did you ever wonder if it's actually possible to sell your soul to the devil. Maybe you're curious about how to count cards often. Find yourself googling. 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"three times" Discussed on History Vs.

History Vs.

08:06 min | 5 months ago

"three times" Discussed on History Vs.

"Too big to die period convinced his rich donors in the arctic club that he would succeed this time. Failure was inconceivable all of the hard one experience and knowledge from his earlier polar forays had led to this moment pointing the way toward his achievement and for the donors namesake island or glacier clubs president morris k jessup assured perry he would be given the means for another trip north perry recalled. His promise meant that. I should not have to bag. All the money in small sums from more or less reluctant world maybe the fact that period named what was thought to be the northernmost point of land in the world cape morris jesup had serious less successful attempts to reach the north pole had dried up other funding streams but arctic fever still raged among the public period. Signed a deal with the new york times to break the story of his success when the time came and other newspapers breathlessly reported the preparations for peres journey. This was the era of the penny press when an explosion of cheap newspapers competed for content. Like a gilded age netflix or amazon. They also created exciting stories to drive their circulations through the roof. Here's edward j. Larsen historian and author of most recently to the edges of the earth nineteen o nine the race for the three poles and the climax of the age of exploration so that would give them content that was enormously popular were tales of derring do which puller explanation stood right at the top. They were pushing these expeditions. Because there was such a popular interest and then it was the cycle. People are interested in it because they're told they're interested in it they read about it. You know you get going into cycle so this was in many ways an artificial goal but not a meaningless bold in defense that it tested the explorer and it proved the worthiness. You'd say of a country in highly nationalistic period. And this was part of showing that prowess like countries compete today when the most olympic medals on the idea that somehow that showed something for the olympic gold of the day and no one took more pride in their expedition than the president of the united states. Theodore roosevelt period. Roosevelt were two of a kind they believed in the value of rugged pursuits for building man and country period even named his custom-designed expedition ship after tr. The roosevelt departed from the pier at east twenty fourth street on july six nine nine hundred eight in the middle of a deadly heat wave perry wrote about the weather in his journal. Noting it was an interesting coincidence that the day on which we started for the coldest spot on earth was about the hottest which new york had known in years. But new yorkers weren't the type of people to let blistering heat. Slow them down thousands lined up to watch the roosevelt sale up the east river with periods handpicked team. Waiting from the deck matthew henson would again serve as period senior assistant and right hand man. Robert bartlett returned as the roosevelt captain. Ross marvin signed on as periods secretary. For the second time and three other members of the ship's crew rejoined new members included donald mcmillan abode in college graduate and teacher and yale grad george gorup period assistance as the vessel made. Its way up the river. Factories blew their whistles to see them off. Theodore roosevelt's presidential yacht the mayflower followed suit even the prisoners at blackwell's island lined up outside the penitentiary to cheer them on the next day. The roosevelt talked at oyster bay on the north shore of long island where tr had a summer home. Roosevelt treated pirie his wife josephine and members of the period. Arctic club to lunch. The president was a curious adventurer and much the same mold as perry and it's easy to imagine. Tr himself tagging along on the expedition if he hadn't had a country run roosevelt. A fan boy of big ships. If there ever was one took this lunch as an opportunity to inspect every inch of his namesake vessel before it departed decked out in an all white suit. He spent an hour shaking every hand. He came across powering through. The engine. room petting all the sled. Dogs on board and admiring periods cramped yellow pine cabin complete with its library of arctic books and equipment at the end of the lunch period all but promised roosevelt that he would reach the north pole. No matter what mr president. I shall put into this effort everything. There is in me physical mental and moral. He said roosevelt replied. I believe in you period. And i believe in your success if it is within the possibility of man period felt no qualms about what lay ahead. He and his team had made every preparation and taken every possible. Obstacle into account everything they had to do was done he wrote. Perhaps this feeling of security was because every possible contingency had been discounted perhaps because the setbacks and knockout blows received in the past had dulled my sense of danger whether it was enough to get them to the north pole. This time would be up to fate from oyster bay. The roosevelt traveled the familiar route to sydney nova scotia for it's convenient proximity to coal supplies. That the ship took on board by july seventeenth. The roosevelt had cleared north sydney and on august first. They made it to cape york greenland an area period described as the dividing line between the civilized world on one side and the arctic world on the other to put it in perspective. Perry wrote that cape. York is farther from the north pole. The new york city is from tampa florida. There was still a long way to go just a few weeks earlier. Throngs of well-wishers cheered the expedition on as they cut through. New york's east river one of the world's busiest arteries of commerce. Now as the roosevelt approached the treeless cape. The explorers were greeted by a handful of a new wheat and kayaks but these tiny communities at the edge of greenland ice sheet would make or break period dream. Curious men bartered with the new wheat for the essential equipment. They couldn't get back home. Additional dogs bear skins seal skin whips and walrus blubber from cape york. They traveled north to asia a village that henson and peary had visited on previous expeditions. Were they greeted the new families who had helped them on so many of their arctic efforts. Henson was delighted to see old friends who had nicknamed him. Mari pollock the kind one. Buddha has most trusted new wheat assistant was the leader of the dozens of hunters in his community. The people looked up to him and followed his advice. If utah agreed to help period henson others would to as he had before period hired the new weed man to hunt and dr sledges and the men's wives to so for clothing and prepare food whole family is clambered onto the roosevelt's deck for the adventure the new weeds familiarity with the polar conditions their survival skills and their willingness to work hard was invaluable to period in return period paid them and trade goods that were otherwise hard to come by in greenland. Their relationship was transactional. He respected them but you know he was also using them. That susan kaplan professor of anthropology and director of the period mcmillan arctic museum.

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"three times" Discussed on History Vs.

History Vs.

02:01 min | 5 months ago

"three times" Discussed on History Vs.

"It's april sixth. Nineteen o nine and robert e perry and his assistant. Matthew henson are settling in yet another camp during their third attempt to reach the north pole. It's something they've done countless times. The course of their journeys together but on this otherwise unremarkable stretch of ice there once elusive goal is now within reach as they in. The new wheat guides unpack. Their supplies tend to the dogs begin. Food preparations period unfurled and american flag. That his wife josephine had sewn for him years earlier. He fastened said to the top of the camps igloo. Henson watches as the star spangled silk springs to life on a polar brees a symbol of their triumph when period takes the first measurements of their location is instruments. Give him a position of eighty nine degrees fifty seven minutes north. They're just a hair's breadth away from true north at ninety degrees. It won't be long now with success. All but secured henson seeks a well earned moment with perry henson. Later remembers feeling that the time had come. I loved my right hand and went forward to congratulate him on the success of our eighteen years of effort but a gust of wind blew something into his eye or else. The burning pain caused by his prolonged. Look at the reflection of the limb of the sun forced him to turn aside and with both hands covering his eyes. He gave us orders not to let him sleep for more than four hours. There's still more measurements to be taken and periods seemingly in no mood to delay his work with platitudes and as for the spurn handshake. Well this isn't the first time period refuses to share his victory with his most valued. It's a pattern that will color their working relationship for the rest of their lives. After travelling around the area and taking more readings period returns to camp on april seventh.

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"three times" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

07:03 min | 1 year ago

"three times" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

"Hello and welcome to I. Twenty Four News David Matlin near live in Tel Aviv. Thanks for joining us here. Is We opened the day after? Israel's third elections which in a year now the party's until now unable to form a government Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu declared eight quote unquote gigantic victory for his Likud party. There is possibly good news. At least four Israeli voters wearied of the regular trudge to the polling stations. They might not be obliged to vote for the fourth time in a year or so. This week's general election the third in eleven months appears to have been slightly more decisive than its two predecessors while nobody has an outright majority in the Knesset Prime Minister. Benjamin Netanyahu's conservative block on not far short of one failure to assemble a governing. Coalition from here would require rancor and chaos remarkable even by the standards of Israeli politics. This is also obviously provisionally. Good news for Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu inasmuch as it looks like Benjamin Netanyahu will get to carry on being Israel's prime minister a job. He has already done longer than anyone else. In the country's history Netanyahu's Likud party won more votes than in September or in April last year. And turnout was actually up on the last couple of elections as for the bad news. There's a fair bit to go round breaking news to bring to Israel's attorney. General has indicted the prime minister. Benjamin Netanyahu on multiple corruption charges varies the extremely imminent potential political and legal complication of a serving prime minister standing trial as things stand. Netanyahu is due before the beak in Jerusalem on March seventeenth to begin answering charges of fraud. Bribery and breach of trust go tonight. We are witnessing an attempted. Coup against a serving prime minister based on fabrications and a tainted biased investigative process in this tainted process. They weren't after the truth. They were after me. The investigators didn't pressure the witnesses. To tell the truth they crush them with threatening extortion to tell a lie above sutan biscuit. W meme Sheku. He may apply for a delay citing the imperative of forming a new government. But even if he gets one it likely won't be for long. Israel's judiciary is not known for its difference to politicians within the last decade one former Prime Minister Ehud Olmert and one former president Mashi Katzav have served prison sentences after being convicted of various offenses. There appears to be also the further recession of any possibility anytime soon of a meaningful peace agreement with Israel Palestinian neighbors notwithstanding the diligent labours of US president. Donald Trump's son-in-law for a moment imagine a new reality in the Middle East imagine a bustling commercial and tourist centre in Gaza in the West Bank for international businesses. Come together and thrive whose vision for the region unveiled earlier. This year seems already to be regarded by all concerned as a sort of high-spirited indiscretion which everyone has agreed. It is best to discreetly. Forget the name of the Momma Nittany Univer me and my whole name but flew up naming the name today. I am announcing to apply with the formation of the next government Israeli sovereignty on the Jordan Valley and the northern dancy. Manila Netanyahu's latest election campaign. Bet Big on further Israeli expansion into the West Bank days before polls opened. He announced his intention to assume a plan. Long buried by international condemnation for three and a half thousand new settlers homes which would effectively connect the West Bank settlement of Malaya Dem- with Jerusalem. He may now also feel emboldened to act on previous threats to formally annex portions of Palestinian land and it is obviously a grim result for Israeli opposition to Benjamin Netanyahu and its present principal figurehead retired general and foam Israel. Defense Forces. Chief. Bennigan's is I told you one year ago I into politics because I feel for our internal unit reach prevail over every enemy time and time again by sticking together was being torn apart if an opposition cannot in three quick fire attempts finish off a tired belligerent and entitled Prime Minister Facing Serious Criminal charges a long and unflinching look in the mirror is probably overdue ahead of Netanyahu now lies the horse. Trading arm twisting and carrot dangling necessary to get his block from the fifty eight Knesset seats. It has to the sixty one. It needs to govern. He will probably find this possible. Even Benny Ganz has conceded that neither he nor anyone else in Israel fancies yet another trip to the polls indeed. It's not altogether impossible. That members of Gansters Liberal Cavan alliance or even Gansu himself may perceive long-term mileage in being seen to prioritize ability and agree to Netanyahu up in the short term in the immediate aftermath of this latest election defeat dance failed to reiterate his previous ironclad objection to serving a prime minister under indictment. However vidor Lieberman leader of the nationalist Yisrael Beiteinu party remains the potentially crucial kingmaker. And though he also says he doesn't want another election he doesn't want Netanyahu either Another possibly significant Straw in the wind a strong showing for the joint list an alliance principally representing Israel's Arab citizens the joint list. One Fifteen Knesset seats on Monday up to from September more than half a million Israelis voted for them including according to Joint Lewis Chairman. I'm an odor many Jews depressed. By Netanyahu's bellicose and nationalistic conservatism. Demagogues and populists often accidentally contrived to energize their opponents and catalyze new kinds of opposition. It's a long way off and may indeed never happen. But it would be something. If Benjamin Netanyahu's real legacy turned out to be a strengthened Israeli left united across sectarian lines for Monocle twenty four I'm Andrew Moolah..

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"three times" Discussed on Lore

Lore

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"three times" Discussed on Lore

"The black dog has taken many shapes over the Millennia and we've explored many of those today grim omens friendly companions and guardians of the other world. But there's an even darker side to these stories and it's a lot closer to our modern world than you might believe stick around after this brief sponsor break and I'll tell you one more detail of this ancient beast. This episode of was made possible by policy genius the year twenty twenty shows up in a lot of science fiction. Many people predicted that by now we'd be teleporting to work or living on Mars personally. I was hoping jet packs and a lot of those predictions were wrong. The truth will always get the future wrong which is why we need to get life insurance right. That's where policy genius can help. Polisena makes finding the right life insurance a breeze in minutes you can compare quotes from the top insurers to find your best price you could save fifteen hundred dollars or more a year by using policy genius to compare life insurance policies. Once you apply the policy genius team will handle all the paperwork and red tape and policy genius doesn't just make life insurance easy. They can also help you find the right home and auto insurance or disability insurance so if your science fiction dreams for twenty twenty still have become science fact. Don't get discouraged. Get Life Insurance. It takes just a few minutes to find your best price and apply at policy. Genius DOT COM policy. Genius will always get the future run. Better Git Life Insurance Right. This episode was also made possible by the great courses. Plus they say that knowledge is power and thanks to the great courses plus we can tap into all that power with just one click with streaming service. You can unlock unlimited access to objective reliable fascinating information on virtually any topic learn from the brightest minds in the world and benefit from their years of experience and with over forty thousand five-star reviews on the great courses. Plus you're guaranteed to find some compelling content. This month I recommend a course called. Living History experiencing great events of the ancient and medieval worlds. This is a great course for anyone wanting to go deep into some of the most powerful events of the ancient world from the tragic ending to Cleopatra and Mark Anthony as well as the rise and fall of Julius Caesar tap into this power of knowledge. Join me in thousands of other learners and sign up for the great courses plus and for a limited time only lor listeners will get unlimited access completely free for an entire month. So don't wait. Sign up today to start your free month trial and use my special web address to do it. The great courses plus dot com slash. Lor that's the great courses plus dot com slash. Lor At finally. This episode was made possible by the good people over stamps. Dot Com posted rates have gone up again thankfully stamps dot com eases. The pain with big discounts off post office retail rates was stamps. Dot Com. You Save Five cents off. Every first class stamp and up to forty percents off shipping rates. That kind of savings really adds up to especially for a small business and as someone who has been running a small business for years I can tell you how much of a relief at service Julius Stamps Dot Com brings all the services of the US Postal Service right to your computer whether you're a small office. Sending invoices and online seller shipping product. Or even a warehouse sending thousands of packages a day. Stamps DOT COM can handle it all with ease simply. Use Your computer to print official. Us postage for any letter and he package of male anywhere. You want to send it wants. Your mail is ready. Just hand it to your mail carrier. Drop it off in a mailbox and there's no equipment to lease or long-term commitments right now listeners. Get a special offer that includes a four week. Trial Plus Free Postage and digital scale in all without long term commitment. Just go to stamps. Dot Com Click on the microphone at the top of the homepage and then type in the word. Lore that stamps dot com offer Code Lor.

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"three times" Discussed on Lore

Lore

05:58 min | 1 year ago

"three times" Discussed on Lore

"Folklore is a lot like plant life given enough time. It spreads like a weed. Philly new landscapes with fresh iterations of itself and the primary agent in that migration is humanity wherever we go so too does our folklore so it should come as no that as people spread from the old world to the new abroad along that ancient belief in the black dog and while there are whole volumes of tales about sightings of Black Dog. North America. There's one story in particular that I want to share with you. Harry was born in Connecticut in eighteen. Sixty seven just a little more than a year after his birth. His Father William passed away leaving Harry's mother and to care for the boy and raise him as best she could and she did a fantastic job of it too by the time he was ready to head off the study at Trinity College. She had already taught him ancient. Greek and Latin giving him an advantage over many of his peers after trinity. He moved on to Harvard where he studied geology. It was a pedigree that helped him launch a strong career most of which was filled with teaching and writing about geology. In fact he wrote two articles in eighteen ninety eight better about the Connecticut landscape. But it's the first of those that I find most fascinating because it's less about rocks and more about folklore. It was about an experience he had while studying at Harvard sometime around eighteen ninety two most likely it was during that spring that he traveled south into his home state of Connecticut to visit an area known as the hanging hills. Someone had told him that the area there around west peak was rich in geological formations. That someone like him would enjoy and so he set out with high hopes. Harry described his hike that day as a bit slow due to how often he felt compelled to stop and examine the various outcroppings in layers noticed. Soon enough he found a formation. He wished to take a sample from so he began the hard labor of chipping away at it and it was during a short break from that hard work that he straightened up. Turn to look down the path and notice something strange. It was a dog. It wasn't large but it was as black as coal. It kept a distance from him but after his task was finished and he continued his hike. The dog joined him becoming something like a shadow. As Harry wound his way through the hills around west peak. He never feared for his safety but he did notice one. Odd Characteristic in the dog it never made a sound at the end of a long day of hiking. Work Harry retreated back to his horse before heading into the nearby town when he did. The dog quietly slipped off the path vanishing into the shadows from where it had come later that night. He enjoyed a hearty meal beside the fire of an old in and he couldn't help but smile they was. He noted for joy that day on the Connecticut Hills stayed with him as he continued his studies at Harvard then three years later he decided to return. This second trip would take place during the winter so he invited a colleague to join him. A man named Herbert Marshall Marshall had hiked the hanging hills many times before and in all seasons and so he seemed like a good companion for the challenging journey. Once they met up at the foot of west peak. They began their climb. Harry told Marshall about the dog he had befriended on his previous trip and the other man nodded knowingly. He had seen the very same dog twice. Before while hiking through the hills there in fact locals had told stories about that black dog for years long enough to make it a sort of legend in those parts uninvited marshal brought up the old saying I mentioned earlier. If a man shall meet the black dog once it shall be for joy if twice it shall be for sorrow in the third time. He shall die when he was finished. Both men laughed and continue their hike. The weather wasn't very friendly. Though soon enough their hands were numb and the wind had begun to lash at them like the winds of a storm but both men were determined to reach the summit so they continued following the path Clung to the side of the Small Mountain Marshall always in the lead then closer to the top. Marshall stopped in the middle of the path. He didn't speak but Harry watched as his friend slowly raised arm to point up toward the looming peak against the Pale Sky in the falling snow. Harry could see dark shape the figure of a black dog looking down on them from above Marshall turned to look back at Harry his face as Pale as the sky above them with his fingers still aimed at the shape atop the peak. He groaned in a barely audible voice. It is the third time he said in an instant. The edge of the path crumbled beneath his feet and Harry watched in horror as his friend vanished into the swirling snow and rocks below. Harry turned and retreated down the path. He said it took him hours to make it back down to the bottom but when he did he quickly located her. Marshall's body. He had died upon the cold snow covered rocks at the foot of the mountain. Harry managed to return to town and gather a group of men to go. Retrieve Marshall's body. It took them hours hours that Harry used to warm himself beside the fire. This time there was no joy for him only sorrow but then again that would make sense if he truly believed the legend that he marshall had recited before their hike began when the men returned they carried the body but they also brought news. Yes they had found him exactly were. Harry had told them to look. But Marshall's body wasn't alone standing over. His corpse was a small dark shape. Easy to spot against the ice and snow. The shape of a black dog.

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"three times" Discussed on Lore

Lore

11:37 min | 1 year ago

"three times" Discussed on Lore

"Historians trace the idea of the black dog very far into the past so far back in fact that the stories can be found well outside the realm of modern folklore in fact. The black dog is present in the ancient mythology of many of the world's oldest cultures. Take Egypt for example God a Nubia was tasked with escorting the dead into the halls of judgments where he would measure how worthy they were before. Granting them access to the afterlife and of course the shape given to a new best is probably familiar to a lot of you the body of a man but the head of a wild black dog known as Jackal but that occupation serving as an escort to the dead on their way to the afterlife wasn't unique to ancient Egypt in fact there's a similar deity in mythology of the native American tribe known as the money many. They're just as in Egypt. A great dog guards. The bridge into the city of the dead and in Aztec mythology show is a god in dog form who wanders the underworld gathering the bones of the dead in order to use them to give humanity life he also guards the sun as it retreats into the land of the dead each night mirroring the same duties we see in countless other dog gods throughout the ancient world. There's even an ancient bronze age sites in southeastern England. That shows just how old these ideas truly our flag. Fen is a village that was lost. Time but has been uncovered studied over the last few decades and along with structures weapons and artifacts as well as England's known wheel workers there have also discovered remains. Some of the remains are clearly those of livestock used for food as the markings on their bones clearly illustrate but there is also a large number of objects that were buried as an offering and beside it all. They discovered the remains of two large dogs dogs. That had been ritually killed most likely to serve as go betweens for the farmers and hunters living there. No ancient dogs are as recognizable though as Sarah the guardian of the Greek and Roman world in his earliest appearances. Sarah was once described as the hound of Haiti's but the many centuries since then have added new elements to a story. Zehra serves as the Guardian at the boundary between the underworld and our own. Even today we can find therapists maintaining his responsibilities as a guard dog in places. Like hogwarts castle in the world of Harry Potter. The black dog has been used as Guardian for thousands of years always sitting between this world and the land. Death the underworld but along the way the folklore around it has evolved and taken on variations and one of the most important changes has been its transformation into a creature that crosses the boundary into our own literally walking among us. Which of course is the power behind the confession of Elizabeth Sawyer? Isn't it because when a black dog could be supernatural visitor from the land of the spirits sent to Earth by the devil to harm the servants of God? The stories take on a new life. Distant mythology is suddenly replaced with immediate danger and constant risk. One story from the Middle Ages illustrates that idea perfectly. It said that a man in England became frustrated that something was trying to dig up the recent grave of a local child. The discover who the guilty party might be. He hid himself near the grave in order to watch it during the night. After the sun went down he discovered that the culprit was a large black dog. Who trotted into the graveyard to begin digging all over again? This man could have written the experience off as mundane after all wild dogs have always been common but rather than call for Dogcatcher. He allowed his fear and superstition to drive him in another direction. He called for a priest stories. Like these can be found all over. Great Britain in fact and just about every one of them attach is a local name to the black dogs that everyone feared names like black shuck black. Shag foots and old. Tom will sound familiar to many of us. Especially after hearing about Elizabeth Sawyers owned black dog Tom but there are others. One historian named John Brand writing in seventeen. Seventy seven documented stories of a black dog that roamed the streets of Newcastle upon. Tyne like a ghostly specter according to brand. This otherworldly dog was known as a bar gassed. A shape shifting demon whose presence hinted at some impending tragedy like some grim omen. It was all enough to fill people with complete and utter dread. In fact Common Sane has grown up in the rich soil of the black dog folklore. If a man shall meet the black dog once the legend says it shall be for joy if twice it shall be for sorrow and the third time he shall die of course as our world has advanced and matured. It might be easy to assume that belief in the black dog has faded away. But that's definitely not the case from the mysterious hound of the baskervilles featured in the Sherlock Holmes novel of the same name to pad foots and the grim in Harry Potter and the prisoner of ask Ben Stories of the Black Dog. Show no sign of fading into the shadows of the past in fact if you know where to look you'll find documented evidence of actual sightings of black dogs reports from individuals who have set eyes on them and witnessed their power firsthand or chronicles of those who have spoken to those witnesses and written down taken as nothing more than folklore. These are dark entertaining tales. That leave us feeling a little less safe but if they are true they raise some troubling questions questions that are more difficult for us to answer and the implications are terrifying in one thousand nine. Thirty EIGHT ETHEL. Redken saw a black dog. She lived in Lincolnshire County in eastern England. Not Too far in fact from the jail where Elizabeth Sawyer waited for her execution in sixteen twenty one but ethel's troubling experienced with the black dog didn't drive her away in fear in fact it propelled her to study. That's because she was a folklorist and knowing that stories of the black dog had haunted her region for centuries. She said about collecting similar tales from her neighbors. It seemed that almost every one in town had encountered the mysterious creature at least once in the past and she wanted to hear about those events. There are a number of people living. She later wrote who have seen him heard him and even felt him and these people were shaken by their sightings in fact it was her own experience with the black dog that made her a trustworthy person for them to tell their tales to she had become one of them in a sense. She wasn't the first to record collections of stories about the black dog though I mentioned John. Brand earlier who published his own accounts in seventeen seventy seven but one of the most troubling and visceral tales of the black dog can be found in the writings of man Abraham Fleming and if the tail is true. It's absolutely stunning. According to Fleming the events took place in fifteen seventy seven in the parish. Church of a small town called Bungay. Most of the village had gathered for the Sunday mass inside the parish church and while they were inside a powerful storm blew in unexpectedly and to those who later spoke about it. It wasn't a normal storm. They said to the sky grew tremendously dark. Lit Up every few seconds by a brilliant flash of lightning that seemed to make the stained glass windows glow in Eerie Light. Rain slammed against the building and thunder shook very earth that the church sat upon no one had expected it and no one could remember another storm in their lifetime that equal. That's power but things were about to get worse. Suddenly another flash of lightning fill the church with a momentary light and everyone turn to see the figure of a dog standing in the center aisle they described it as enormous and evil looking and most importantly deep black and this mysterious dog began to run quickly up the aisle toward the front of the church. Where a number of parishioners were kneeling in prayer in a heartbeat. The dog was upon them with its powerful jaws grip the neck of one man and twisted so hard that his spine snapped killing him instantly. The same fate awaited the man beside him but then the massive dog turned round and face the congregation snapping out with its powerful jaws. It caught another man on the back and he crumpled to the floor like a wet rag and then it was gone. The strange black dog that had appeared so suddenly only to bring death into their midst seemed to vanish just as quickly but although it had disappeared it would live on forever in the minds of the people who sat in that Church that morning and they weren't alone either it turns out that another nearby Church reported a experience they to reported the Great Storm. One so powerful that damaged their belltower and in the middle of that the same black dog had appeared among them. Were killed two more men before burning a number of others. Even the doors of the second church were marred by long black. Scorch is like other worldly claw marks within a year. The image of the black dog had become a sort of town. Mascot and the stories have been repeatedly told over the centuries even today visitors. Who Know The story of the enormous black dog of Bungay visit the small village to see the scorch marks on the church doors a reminder of the horror that had been experienced inside because to so many people. The story is just as real today as it was back. Then true or not the story of a demonic beast that attacks church fits the popular idea of the Black Dog. In fact some scholars believe that one of the most common names for the black shuck comes from the old. English word for demon all the details that folklore ascribed to it the black for fiery eyes and monstrous shape all of its aligns neatly with what happened inside. That church in fifteen seventy seven even if it turns out to be fake. At least the stories are consistent and the stories haven't ended either as late as nineteen ninety-six locals have continued to report sightings of an enormous Black Dog. Which is why. It's no surprise when an amazing discovery was made in the ruins of least and Abby in two thousand thirteen just twenty miles south of bungay there in a shallow grave among the broken walls of the Abbey. Researchers found the complete skeleton of an enormous beast where it still alive today. They believe that it would have been nearly seven feet long and weighed in over two hundred pounds but more shocking than its size and weight was the type of Animal. The bones belong to you. It was a dog..

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02:42 min | 1 year ago

"three times" Discussed on Lore

"Elizabeth Sawyer stood on the gallows waiting for her execution Henry. Good call the local priest. Read Her confession out loud to her. And the rest of the gathered crowd and then she nodded in agreement. Yes Elizabeth told him. It's all true. It's true that she formed a pact with the devil who had given her the power to afflict her neighbors with all manner of pain and suffering after all they had refused to purchase brooms from her so she used the power of the devil to kill their livestock and even one or two of their young children but that power came at a price in return for the devil had asked that Elizabeth taken one of his servants a creature known throughout folklore as a familiar. Her familiar was called Tom and in exchange for the power that she would draw from it. Tom was to be allowed to feed from her suckling at an odd patch of skin. Known as a witch's Mark Henry good coal hadn't believed the stories after all. It was a bit too difficult to accept much of the details even for a priest who believed in the supernatural nature of God. It all sounded two convenient too contrived and of course it was all used to throw Elizabeth in jail where she was awaiting execution so Henry had visited her hoping to discover the truth but the confession she gave him the same one he would read from the gallows backed up all of the tales. She had suckled Tom. Every day and in return she had wielded the power of the devil against the neighbors who had crossed her and on April Nineteenth of sixteen twenty one. She hanged for those crimes. All of this would haunt community. She left behind for years to come. They would whisper about her evil powers and her crimes about how counter magic was used to identify her and the Morbid victory of her execution day but it was her familiar. Tom Who would be remembered the most because it sits on the edge between a modern belief and a much more ancient idea. An idea not represented by the behavior or powers. She claimed it hat by the very shape. It had taken shape that continues to inhabits a terrifying place in folklore today the black dog. I'm Aaron Minke and this is lower.

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CNN's The Daily DC

10:16 min | 1 year ago

"three times" Discussed on CNN's The Daily DC

"I'm thrilled to have both of your brains here for this day because You guys follow this a lot more closely than I do. left Parnis This character that has emerged by the way is under indictment From from the Southern District of New York for campaign finance violations I believe is the associate of Rudy Giuliani's who was basically? I think like the the the one Giuliani was tasking to get this wishlist. Don of how to get Ukraine to open an investigation into the Biden's well he is now coming fourth in in television interviews. This is after I guess. Some of his notes and text messages were handed over to the House Intelligence Committee and then made public. I want you to hear. He sat down with our Anderson Cooper. The full interview is going to air tonight on a c three sixty at eight PM Eastern. But I want you here a little bit of their conversation. And here's Anderson and Parnis talking about Getting the Ukrainians to open up. That investigation Giuliani cancels his visit Because there's a lot aww bad publicity about in the United States. He cancelled his visit. You go have the meeting with a High Level Official Insulin Skis Circle. And what's the message you deliver basically told told them very strict and very starring that Several things that He needed to make in the mountains. Alinsky needs immediately. Make an announcement literally that night two or tomorrow that within the next twenty-four hours. They're opening up investigation Biden. First of all I can't help marshal bit focusing on the words of to make an announcement not to actually launch an investigation. Just to make an announcement right I want to say that is what the mission was right. Yeah and this is something that became crystal clear during the house. Impeachment inquiry from testimony from bunch of witnesses. That you know at the end of the day this was all about an effort from trump and Giuliani. Eliana it very much to get that announcement They didn't seem to really actually care about whether any investigative work was done behind the scenes. It was about about the announcement which Democrats have said is tantamount to a smoking gun that this was all about capitalizing on that announcement for politics not for any in good faith effort to investigate potential corruption. But when when you look at what Parnell said there I mean it's staggering. Isn't it you know but you you mentioned earlier earlier. He's under indictment in New York. I think it's important to remember who he is. Why he's talking now? He's in trouble. He's been charged with campaign finance violations up in New York. That is a case that's progressing. He has information he knows that the congress and perhaps prosecutors want some of that information and he is now trying to make that available make himself seem like somebody that might be a worthy of cooperation. Deal may be a plea bargain something along along those lines. So it's important to hear what he has to say not unlike other characters. In the trump era Michael Cohen comes to mind absolutely. It's quite similar The difference between those two I guess is that left partners hasn't been convicted of lying. Will Cohen was but You know it's important to hear what he says. Assess it for its credibility based off his really big record of documented evidence. That also came through. Because you know the documents don't really lie Kaitlyn how how how should we assess his credibility what how how should we take this character and and say oh everything. He's saying and telling Anderson Cooper A.. Rachel no matter is just a gospel in the way it is. We can't we can't do that right. So how do how does how should we weigh his credibility the key to Parnis I think in especially especially in assessing these these lengthy interviews. He's doing with news. Networks is that it's not just him coming out and speaking. He has receipts right right so whenever he goes on Rachel Maddow last night around the same time. The House committees release hundreds of pages as for the second night in a row of documents. That part's didn't make up. They are documents that were collected as evidence in Parnassus court. We're case in New York where he's under indictment and that he went to a judge and said can I give these over to Congress and the judge said yes and so. That's what the houses getting right now. They're getting text messages. They're getting photos. They're getting handwritten notes on ritz-carlton stationary from him. I mean this is not somebody buddy who is just appearing and and accusing people of things he is a person who had conversations with main players in this People people who are Talking heads for the president These two lawyers. He was communicating with one of them in the there are regularly people people who are main players in Ukraine. That Giuliani was was interested in getting in touch with trying to get in touch with. He's communicating with them. Apparently in the. What's messages so there is is a lot here and the thing that I think is most important right now is the house rushed these out? Last night he turned them over earlier this week. There are hundreds of pages ages of the messages that are in Russian so they are hard to read unless you have a lot of people who are speaking Russian who know the history of this story and so we're Translating them a lot of people are working on translating them. But we don't know what they mean is it is thinking that There some bombshell smoking gun on in this material or is the thinking that he's providing more context to solidify the notion That as is John Bolton I guess called it a drug deal but like solidified the notion that there was something askew and wrong and improper about this Requests of Ukrainians and the withholding of aid That president trump employed to get to try and get his way. It's I would say it's the second of it is This a more information about a bigger picture that we we can only see pieces of the puzzle and we only have have been able to and one thing that has that Congress has impeach the president over that have the houses and be president over that We shouldn't forget. Is that typically in an investigation like this with Congress the administration the executive branch would be handing over documents that has not happened in this circumstance. And so we're piecing together the public. The house All at at the same time. What is going on here who these people were worth it? What were they were doing what they were trying to do? For trump or with Ukraine. And so we're still getting documents and and we're still seeing from practice and from other sources jumped out to you as new so much. I mean a lot and admittedly. I haven't read everything myself personally and and I don't speak Russian but You know I think for me. The most important thing from the documents was that left Parnell had way way more contacts with way more Ukrainian officials than we really knew we thought maybe he was talking to one or two guys. These disgraced former prosecutors shooters in fact parnasse himself was in touch with many members of the incomings Alinsky administration Sort of applying the pressure. So and we're talking face to face meetings phone calls and text messages so I think the the faure of the context was huge and the most important thing that he said in his interviews news which is frankly a little bit less supported than the documents but may still be true was that trump knew every single thing and that trump up signed off on everything he was doing. Trumper Giuliani signed off on everything he was doing. I'm not so clear that that is memorialized in the texts that you know by the way trump trump thinks you should do this trump thing you know. I don't think that's actually in the writing. And but that's where his credibility is up for debate you know. Can he bridge that gap but but the documents show just a massive and vast effort to apply extraordinary pressure on a young fledgling government in Ukraine. That is very desperate for US support. Yeah I mean he c- It seems to me he's like Giuliani's foot soldier. Yeah in this in this battle plan to get Ukraine to do This investigation and that he's the one that is going to execute the Giuliani plan. That's what he said. That's what he said to Anderson to Rachel Maddow last night that I was there guy. Yeah and you mentioned Motivation here. At least how Parnis perceived what the real motivation and before we go. I just want people to hear how part what what I thought. Everybody understood the motivation to be here. It was all about twenty twenty but again I thought he was the leader. He's the chief he's the president and it was all about twenty twenty to make sure he had four years and then but that's how you personally viewed it. This is about twenty two join a to help him get the next four years those away. Everybody viewed that. I mean there was that was the most important thing for him to stay on for another four years and and keep the fight going. I mean there was no other reason for doing it. I just raised that because it echoes. What's in the articles of impeachment that this was for personal political gain on the part the president? Right it's not shocking. This is towed. That assessment from is totally supported by pretty much. All the evidence that came out during the inquiry You know about some of the explanations for why they were wanting these investigations. And why did it on these certain times and dates and all all that stuff you know so frankly it was never really that credible that the president wanted Ukraine to investigate this out of a good faith effort to root Out Corruption among Ukrainian Oligarchs Ukrainian energy company but hearing it from Parnis. That's a living breathing witness. Who was there firsthand? Knowledge near daily conversations with Rudy Giuliani. That is valuable and it goes to the heart of abuse of power. I mean that that it just goes to the to the very heart of that Caitlin Marshall. Thank you both so much for being here.

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"three times" Discussed on CNN's The Daily DC

CNN's The Daily DC

10:16 min | 1 year ago

"three times" Discussed on CNN's The Daily DC

"I'm thrilled to have both of your brains here for this day because You guys follow this a lot more closely than I do. left Parnis This character that has emerged by the way is under indictment From from the Southern District of New York for campaign finance violations I believe is the associate of Rudy Giuliani's who was basically? I think like the the the one Giuliani was tasking to get this wishlist. Don of how to get Ukraine to open an investigation into the Biden's well he is now coming fourth in in television interviews. This is after I guess. Some of his notes and text messages were handed over to the House Intelligence Committee and then made public. I want you to hear. He sat down with our Anderson Cooper. The full interview is going to air tonight on a c three sixty at eight PM Eastern. But I want you here a little bit of their conversation. And here's Anderson and Parnis talking about Getting the Ukrainians to open up. That investigation Giuliani cancels his visit Because there's a lot aww bad publicity about in the United States. He cancelled his visit. You go have the meeting with a High Level Official Insulin Skis Circle. And what's the message you deliver basically told told them very strict and very starring that Several things that He needed to make in the mountains. Alinsky needs immediately. Make an announcement literally that night two or tomorrow that within the next twenty-four hours. They're opening up investigation Biden. First of all I can't help marshal bit focusing on the words of to make an announcement not to actually launch an investigation. Just to make an announcement right I want to say that is what the mission was right. Yeah and this is something that became crystal clear during the house. Impeachment inquiry from testimony from bunch of witnesses. That you know at the end of the day this was all about an effort from trump and Giuliani. Eliana it very much to get that announcement They didn't seem to really actually care about whether any investigative work was done behind the scenes. It was about about the announcement which Democrats have said is tantamount to a smoking gun that this was all about capitalizing on that announcement for politics not for any in good faith effort to investigate potential corruption. But when when you look at what Parnell said there I mean it's staggering. Isn't it you know but you you mentioned earlier earlier. He's under indictment in New York. I think it's important to remember who he is. Why he's talking now? He's in trouble. He's been charged with campaign finance violations up in New York. That is a case that's progressing. He has information he knows that the congress and perhaps prosecutors want some of that information and he is now trying to make that available make himself seem like somebody that might be a worthy of cooperation. Deal may be a plea bargain something along along those lines. So it's important to hear what he has to say not unlike other characters. In the trump era Michael Cohen comes to mind absolutely. It's quite similar The difference between those two I guess is that left partners hasn't been convicted of lying. Will Cohen was but You know it's important to hear what he says. Assess it for its credibility based off his really big record of documented evidence. That also came through. Because you know the documents don't really lie Kaitlyn how how how should we assess his credibility what how how should we take this character and and say oh everything. He's saying and telling Anderson Cooper A.. Rachel no matter is just a gospel in the way it is. We can't we can't do that right. So how do how does how should we weigh his credibility the key to Parnis I think in especially especially in assessing these these lengthy interviews. He's doing with news. Networks is that it's not just him coming out and speaking. He has receipts right right so whenever he goes on Rachel Maddow last night around the same time. The House committees release hundreds of pages as for the second night in a row of documents. That part's didn't make up. They are documents that were collected as evidence in Parnassus court. We're case in New York where he's under indictment and that he went to a judge and said can I give these over to Congress and the judge said yes and so. That's what the houses getting right now. They're getting text messages. They're getting photos. They're getting handwritten notes on ritz-carlton stationary from him. I mean this is not somebody buddy who is just appearing and and accusing people of things he is a person who had conversations with main players in this People people who are Talking heads for the president These two lawyers. He was communicating with one of them in the there are regularly people people who are main players in Ukraine. That Giuliani was was interested in getting in touch with trying to get in touch with. He's communicating with them. Apparently in the. What's messages so there is is a lot here and the thing that I think is most important right now is the house rushed these out? Last night he turned them over earlier this week. There are hundreds of pages ages of the messages that are in Russian so they are hard to read unless you have a lot of people who are speaking Russian who know the history of this story and so we're Translating them a lot of people are working on translating them. But we don't know what they mean is it is thinking that There some bombshell smoking gun on in this material or is the thinking that he's providing more context to solidify the notion That as is John Bolton I guess called it a drug deal but like solidified the notion that there was something askew and wrong and improper about this Requests of Ukrainians and the withholding of aid That president trump employed to get to try and get his way. It's I would say it's the second of it is This a more information about a bigger picture that we we can only see pieces of the puzzle and we only have have been able to and one thing that has that Congress has impeach the president over that have the houses and be president over that We shouldn't forget. Is that typically in an investigation like this with Congress the administration the executive branch would be handing over documents that has not happened in this circumstance. And so we're piecing together the public. The house All at at the same time. What is going on here who these people were worth it? What were they were doing what they were trying to do? For trump or with Ukraine. And so we're still getting documents and and we're still seeing from practice and from other sources jumped out to you as new so much. I mean a lot and admittedly. I haven't read everything myself personally and and I don't speak Russian but You know I think for me. The most important thing from the documents was that left Parnell had way way more contacts with way more Ukrainian officials than we really knew we thought maybe he was talking to one or two guys. These disgraced former prosecutors shooters in fact parnasse himself was in touch with many members of the incomings Alinsky administration Sort of applying the pressure. So and we're talking face to face meetings phone calls and text messages so I think the the faure of the context was huge and the most important thing that he said in his interviews news which is frankly a little bit less supported than the documents but may still be true was that trump knew every single thing and that trump up signed off on everything he was doing. Trumper Giuliani signed off on everything he was doing. I'm not so clear that that is memorialized in the texts that you know by the way trump trump thinks you should do this trump thing you know. I don't think that's actually in the writing. And but that's where his credibility is up for debate you know. Can he bridge that gap but but the documents show just a massive and vast effort to apply extraordinary pressure on a young fledgling government in Ukraine. That is very desperate for US support. Yeah I mean he c- It seems to me he's like Giuliani's foot soldier. Yeah in this in this battle plan to get Ukraine to do This investigation and that he's the one that is going to execute the Giuliani plan. That's what he said. That's what he said to Anderson to Rachel Maddow last night that I was there guy. Yeah and you mentioned Motivation here. At least how Parnis perceived what the real motivation and before we go. I just want people to hear how part what what I thought. Everybody understood the motivation to be here. It was all about twenty twenty but again I thought he was the leader. He's the chief he's the president and it was all about twenty twenty to make sure he had four years and then but that's how you personally viewed it. This is about twenty two join a to help him get the next four years those away. Everybody viewed that. I mean there was that was the most important thing for him to stay on for another four years and and keep the fight going. I mean there was no other reason for doing it. I just raised that because it echoes. What's in the articles of impeachment that this was for personal political gain on the part the president? Right it's not shocking. This is towed. That assessment from is totally supported by pretty much. All the evidence that came out during the inquiry You know about some of the explanations for why they were wanting these investigations. And why did it on these certain times and dates and all all that stuff you know so frankly it was never really that credible that the president wanted Ukraine to investigate this out of a good faith effort to root Out Corruption among Ukrainian Oligarchs Ukrainian energy company but hearing it from Parnis. That's a living breathing witness. Who was there firsthand? Knowledge near daily conversations with Rudy Giuliani. That is valuable and it goes to the heart of abuse of power. I mean that that it just goes to the to the very heart of that Caitlin Marshall. Thank you both so much for being here.

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"three times" Discussed on CNN's The Daily DC

CNN's The Daily DC

10:16 min | 1 year ago

"three times" Discussed on CNN's The Daily DC

"I'm thrilled to have both of your brains here for this day because You guys follow this a lot more closely than I do. left Parnis This character that has emerged by the way is under indictment From from the Southern District of New York for campaign finance violations I believe is the associate of Rudy Giuliani's who was basically? I think like the the the one Giuliani was tasking to get this wishlist. Don of how to get Ukraine to open an investigation into the Biden's well he is now coming fourth in in television interviews. This is after I guess. Some of his notes and text messages were handed over to the House Intelligence Committee and then made public. I want you to hear. He sat down with our Anderson Cooper. The full interview is going to air tonight on a c three sixty at eight PM Eastern. But I want you here a little bit of their conversation. And here's Anderson and Parnis talking about Getting the Ukrainians to open up. That investigation Giuliani cancels his visit Because there's a lot aww bad publicity about in the United States. He cancelled his visit. You go have the meeting with a High Level Official Insulin Skis Circle. And what's the message you deliver basically told told them very strict and very starring that Several things that He needed to make in the mountains. Alinsky needs immediately. Make an announcement literally that night two or tomorrow that within the next twenty-four hours. They're opening up investigation Biden. First of all I can't help marshal bit focusing on the words of to make an announcement not to actually launch an investigation. Just to make an announcement right I want to say that is what the mission was right. Yeah and this is something that became crystal clear during the house. Impeachment inquiry from testimony from bunch of witnesses. That you know at the end of the day this was all about an effort from trump and Giuliani. Eliana it very much to get that announcement They didn't seem to really actually care about whether any investigative work was done behind the scenes. It was about about the announcement which Democrats have said is tantamount to a smoking gun that this was all about capitalizing on that announcement for politics not for any in good faith effort to investigate potential corruption. But when when you look at what Parnell said there I mean it's staggering. Isn't it you know but you you mentioned earlier earlier. He's under indictment in New York. I think it's important to remember who he is. Why he's talking now? He's in trouble. He's been charged with campaign finance violations up in New York. That is a case that's progressing. He has information he knows that the congress and perhaps prosecutors want some of that information and he is now trying to make that available make himself seem like somebody that might be a worthy of cooperation. Deal may be a plea bargain something along along those lines. So it's important to hear what he has to say not unlike other characters. In the trump era Michael Cohen comes to mind absolutely. It's quite similar The difference between those two I guess is that left partners hasn't been convicted of lying. Will Cohen was but You know it's important to hear what he says. Assess it for its credibility based off his really big record of documented evidence. That also came through. Because you know the documents don't really lie Kaitlyn how how how should we assess his credibility what how how should we take this character and and say oh everything. He's saying and telling Anderson Cooper A.. Rachel no matter is just a gospel in the way it is. We can't we can't do that right. So how do how does how should we weigh his credibility the key to Parnis I think in especially especially in assessing these these lengthy interviews. He's doing with news. Networks is that it's not just him coming out and speaking. He has receipts right right so whenever he goes on Rachel Maddow last night around the same time. The House committees release hundreds of pages as for the second night in a row of documents. That part's didn't make up. They are documents that were collected as evidence in Parnassus court. We're case in New York where he's under indictment and that he went to a judge and said can I give these over to Congress and the judge said yes and so. That's what the houses getting right now. They're getting text messages. They're getting photos. They're getting handwritten notes on ritz-carlton stationary from him. I mean this is not somebody buddy who is just appearing and and accusing people of things he is a person who had conversations with main players in this People people who are Talking heads for the president These two lawyers. He was communicating with one of them in the there are regularly people people who are main players in Ukraine. That Giuliani was was interested in getting in touch with trying to get in touch with. He's communicating with them. Apparently in the. What's messages so there is is a lot here and the thing that I think is most important right now is the house rushed these out? Last night he turned them over earlier this week. There are hundreds of pages ages of the messages that are in Russian so they are hard to read unless you have a lot of people who are speaking Russian who know the history of this story and so we're Translating them a lot of people are working on translating them. But we don't know what they mean is it is thinking that There some bombshell smoking gun on in this material or is the thinking that he's providing more context to solidify the notion That as is John Bolton I guess called it a drug deal but like solidified the notion that there was something askew and wrong and improper about this Requests of Ukrainians and the withholding of aid That president trump employed to get to try and get his way. It's I would say it's the second of it is This a more information about a bigger picture that we we can only see pieces of the puzzle and we only have have been able to and one thing that has that Congress has impeach the president over that have the houses and be president over that We shouldn't forget. Is that typically in an investigation like this with Congress the administration the executive branch would be handing over documents that has not happened in this circumstance. And so we're piecing together the public. The house All at at the same time. What is going on here who these people were worth it? What were they were doing what they were trying to do? For trump or with Ukraine. And so we're still getting documents and and we're still seeing from practice and from other sources jumped out to you as new so much. I mean a lot and admittedly. I haven't read everything myself personally and and I don't speak Russian but You know I think for me. The most important thing from the documents was that left Parnell had way way more contacts with way more Ukrainian officials than we really knew we thought maybe he was talking to one or two guys. These disgraced former prosecutors shooters in fact parnasse himself was in touch with many members of the incomings Alinsky administration Sort of applying the pressure. So and we're talking face to face meetings phone calls and text messages so I think the the faure of the context was huge and the most important thing that he said in his interviews news which is frankly a little bit less supported than the documents but may still be true was that trump knew every single thing and that trump up signed off on everything he was doing. Trumper Giuliani signed off on everything he was doing. I'm not so clear that that is memorialized in the texts that you know by the way trump trump thinks you should do this trump thing you know. I don't think that's actually in the writing. And but that's where his credibility is up for debate you know. Can he bridge that gap but but the documents show just a massive and vast effort to apply extraordinary pressure on a young fledgling government in Ukraine. That is very desperate for US support. Yeah I mean he c- It seems to me he's like Giuliani's foot soldier. Yeah in this in this battle plan to get Ukraine to do This investigation and that he's the one that is going to execute the Giuliani plan. That's what he said. That's what he said to Anderson to Rachel Maddow last night that I was there guy. Yeah and you mentioned Motivation here. At least how Parnis perceived what the real motivation and before we go. I just want people to hear how part what what I thought. Everybody understood the motivation to be here. It was all about twenty twenty but again I thought he was the leader. He's the chief he's the president and it was all about twenty twenty to make sure he had four years and then but that's how you personally viewed it. This is about twenty two join a to help him get the next four years those away. Everybody viewed that. I mean there was that was the most important thing for him to stay on for another four years and and keep the fight going. I mean there was no other reason for doing it. I just raised that because it echoes. What's in the articles of impeachment that this was for personal political gain on the part the president? Right it's not shocking. This is towed. That assessment from is totally supported by pretty much. All the evidence that came out during the inquiry You know about some of the explanations for why they were wanting these investigations. And why did it on these certain times and dates and all all that stuff you know so frankly it was never really that credible that the president wanted Ukraine to investigate this out of a good faith effort to root Out Corruption among Ukrainian Oligarchs Ukrainian energy company but hearing it from Parnis. That's a living breathing witness. Who was there firsthand? Knowledge near daily conversations with Rudy Giuliani. That is valuable and it goes to the heart of abuse of power. I mean that that it just goes to the to the very heart of that Caitlin Marshall. Thank you both so much for being here.

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