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"tom tryst" Discussed on Sword and Scale Daily

Sword and Scale Daily

01:36 min | 7 months ago

"tom tryst" Discussed on Sword and Scale Daily

"To fourteen years in federal prison after his plan to force the Sierra rapids man to hand over a domain name backfired. Finally the Chicago area optometrist. Tom Tryst has been charged with the November twenty second stabbing death of his girlfriend. The case has reignited interest in the two thousand eleven death of his wife who passed away after a car collision. The cause of death was considered undetermined. Causes all this and more coming up on sword. Gordon scaled daily happened is through the area Fisher telling everyone stay in. It is the audio you just heard is from chaotic shoot-out that broke out yesterday afternoon in Jersey City. The shootout shootout began as a possible homicide investigation detective. Joseph Seals.

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"tom tryst" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:07 min | 1 year ago

"tom tryst" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Tell you, right. It's good to be here. I'm excited about this. It's about composting recycle. Landfill. That's a lot of choices. I've had this plastic Cup in my hand for about four hours. I just can't commit to one of them. I'll probably end up taking it home with me. Chris could you do a squeaky clean five minutes? I said, it'll be clean. I don't know how squeaky. The kind of glimpse of myself backstage just now. I realize it if I were to become homeless tonight. I don't think I'd have to go home to change. Sometimes you just grabbed the wrong jacket in life. A little bit too much denim. But if I fall asleep waiting for the gun dole later now wake up in the morning. I'll be like that was the right outfit for phone to sleep until you, right? I don't know anything about politics, religion or relationship. So we're not gonna talk about any of that for the next few minutes. I'm against marriage. I have a ring right there to prove it. I had my suspicions but sometimes in life you just need confirmation. It hasn't been confirmed. I have tonight's. My ears are ringing right now. They have been for about five years. So if you hear that it's me. But if you get home in yours are still ringing then it's on you. That's something you need to look into. I'm not gonna do anything this afternoon that could cost tonight. It's not gonna Yonne anybody's here. We know loud music, and if I'm ever getting into a car with friends, and I know that I might be firing gun. I immediately till everyone in the car that there's a gun in play. I don't wanna get a call in a month from a buddy like Myers still ring. I can't believe you fired that gun. Like I told you right when I got in the car that there was a chance. I'd be firing a gun. You just laughed and turned up NPR. So now you have tonight's. I say for the white noise machine every night of my life. Once again, that's my wife. Very soothing. It's like the ocean when she talks to bed I asked her about her day, and Good I'm luck asleep with that in about on confiscating, two minutes. your water pale and whole, right. No. So My I can't here right now. I also cannot see little I brother have the stigmatism. cry Jimmy, It is I completely want you to take blurry a good long. at Look the at moment. what you've done your family Which and seems ask to help yourself me focus. So this are is pretty a good. Mehta's worth. I should be wearing glasses, Tomatoes but I calls can't commit mild, to frame. guests rightous So this in thousands is where I'm at. of people every single day. I can't Don't hear be right one now. of them. Or see. What's your anti tomato? So if someone needs to heckle me, Already I gotta active be honest company. with you. Fred Newman Tim I muscle. won't be able Serena, to hear bro you joined or by see you. Kirk with FOX. So It through has it quickly been a hell on your of own. a week from us issues. Birthdays, starting with a left handed bassist The only time named I actually Paul care and McCartney. see is Very what I'm fine swimming bass in the player. ocean. He also sang And and I go even under wrote a the handful water of songs, few, which you may and have open heard my eyes he was for knighted some reason, at then a certain and only point. He then was knighted must've clear, slain a dragon crystal or something. clear. Here's a song of his So that I guess Sarah, my prescription Giro's sang is at me. ocean. Donovan's wedding. Can I get an? Which is expensive and probably pretty heavy. Sometimes, even when I'm on land. I'll take a handful of salt, and I'll just throw it in my eyes. See what happens still pretty blurry. So it's a water Baby. pressure thing. I've talked to Tom tryst all over the world. Why, why can I only see clearly under the water? Eventually, everyone of them has just said and fifty and maybe. So I got that going on in my head. One of them said, watch shape of water. See if that triggers anything for you. I think eventually, like at about ten years. I'm not gonna do it before then because probably be waiting for the gun. But I'm gonna go under the water. But ten feet that feels optimal. Just take a deep breath. See what happens. Feels right. I'll just.

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"tom tryst" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

05:59 min | 1 year ago

"tom tryst" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Again to the Texas Rangers for two three tonight seven to one last night. In the reds will try to avoid the sweep tomorrow. First pitch one. Ten from great American ballpark, sunny gray with two and five record in three point six five ERA goes against the Texas Rangers aerial Gerardo at four and two. On the season with a three point zero two ERA, the set is words of tongue or pen, Cincinnati Reds. Thirty and thirty eight. On the season. Eight games under five hundred for the first time all year. And after the one eight start they are twenty nine and thirty and they've lost twenty five games by two runs or less Derek Dietrich if three home run game on may twenty eighth. He's been shut out from the long ball. We see start to come out of his slump, but the reds are just struggling to win. They just three eight eleven games here in June scoring twenty seven runs. That's two point four five four five runs per game. Not gonna cut it. Three eight to start the month of June. We're going to get to all your calls starting right now with Paul in Miami town, Paul, good evening. Good evening. How are you? Good just calling the reds, the outfield kids to be shaky fifteen twenty years. Seventy to eighty can't feel I can, we never have a good outfield that we all agree on K, Bruce. We never agreed on done wheel never never made on what we strong outfield. Take Adam Jones forty home runs, wouldn't we? We would I know what you make or whatever. But we are feel is just never been productive route twenty years I'm only forty two but. Yeah. Billy Hamilton experience experiments. Inexperience didn't really didn't work out. We hoped it, would it didn't. And now gosh, she got again, right? Who knows in in left field here, which yes Winker now you've got Phillip Ervin coming back Nick send sales been a spark plug. He gets hurt tonight on a ball that bounces near his left instep and straight up into the left side of his face, and the trainers come out working on his left eye, and it looks like he took stitches above his left eye, but he will be okay, so don't know how long he's going to be out, but he will be out and yeah. Now, you're now you're seeing Jose Peraza and left. It's like Abbott and Costello. Who's on first? Paul, okay. Yeah, we'll them just wish we'd have a good outfield sometime and I'll let you talk. Thank you. Yeah. I just wish we had a good team. In get out of last place. Yeah, awesome. Appreciate the call. Is it? Andy Andy, what's going on tonight? Oh, not a whole lot. I think maybe I don't usually think of the box. I don't even go near the edges, but I think they should hire up. Tom tryst? And everybody is, you know what I'm sure they do that. That's ongoing. Chiropractic physicians. Colleges. One other thing, real quick. In the state of modern microelectronics. Why don't the pitcher and set your have some kind of microphone, so they can, so they don't have to through all that sign? Just talk to each other. Can make that stuff micros micro, small, it's not like the guy that have to wear a big hit that, you know what anti this is really coming out of left field here and what you're reminding me of is. We could see somewhere down the road here automated on Pires. We're starting to see some of that. I totally disagree with it because I am on pyre all Paul slow pitch, softball and some baseball. So starting to see some of that in the minor leagues. So. Yeah. Technology continues to consume the game. Yeah. The reds in the reds with their analytics, they've got the shift on for Shinsu chew. What does he do is a gap hitter? He hits the ball where they ain't right shortstop that was fake aided in. That's the game winning run. Yeah. Unbelievable. All right. Appreciate it, man. And. Is this Rick? All right. Man. And I was just telling Taryn gland, our producer, man. If you're in a wheelchair your hospital bed, you are a chick magnet. Right back at you Rick in Valparaiso, Indiana. Man, I know you're horizontal, but you're a huge reds fan at man, we really, really appreciate it. Had to be frustrating listening to this thing. Tonight. All. I think. I mean. Voodoo. Rosary. No, Venus, you name it, man. They need a little bit of everything. What was that again? Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. You can never have enough pitching and the pitching overall. It's been pretty good. But what you're always average two runs a game two and a half runs a game here in.

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"tom tryst" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

09:25 min | 1 year ago

"tom tryst" Discussed on KNSS

"Back to coast to coast, George Noory with you. Mark Roseman with us as we talk about the is being the window to the soul and some other issues as well. We'll take calls with Mark next hour here on coast to coast AM. It is truly remarkable how the is truly can tie everything even affect the brain. Mark, don't they? Oh, totally. It's like I said before and biologically physiologically neurologically, basically, the is our brain tissue when people sometimes get headaches. They get headaches behind there is what's happening there. It could be muscular that there is getting strain to muck. It could be energetic. It could be light sensitivity could be a numerous amount of things of why they might get headaches. There. You have talked about how blue light, which is emitted by a lot of computers nowadays cell phones are affecting us. What's happening there? My goodness. Well, blue light can cause many different things can cause a breakdown of the photo receptors in your is it can lead to macular degeneration, it can relate it can cause cataracts. That's not good no can affect sleep type of things. It's a very very, it's it's the shortest wavelength. So it's has the most high energy light rays on the blue ended a visit visible spectrum. So when they the higher the degree of scattering, these raise is what makes a cloudless sky. Let's say look blue, and the I is not very good at blocking blue light. So what we do would I recommend is different glasses that can filter out. The blue light trickily loot teams is Anthon after exempt in vitamin c they work as nature sunglasses to help absorb the blue light. Yeah. Blue light. I think is going to be one of the reasons why we get earlier and earlier I- problems in our society. And Mark let me let me ask you this to now when when people are visually impaired or blind. In. I've had a lot of them. Call our program. We have a lot of listeners who are this way. And I've asked them in this incredible question in that is to describe colors to me. I mean, they've never seen colors ever. And some of them are pretty spot on by. They talk about it in terms of objects and things, but you know, they kind of describe for example, what hot is, you know, the it's red, right? But they're able to do that. But with somebody who has never seen a color in their life because they were born blind. Let's say how do they mentally visualize color? Well, if we look at color as a wavelength many years ago, I studied with a scientists in England nameless feel gamble, and he wrote a book form color and sound and all about vibration, and how the different colors and sounds have different vibration. And when even though you might not send or seeing the color, you can pick up the vibration of it and its color has a different wavelength. So my feeling is that the blind person who doesn't doesn't see the color can pick up the energetic of the color and with color is so interesting because when we have something that's that has so much energy to which color. Does you know if you eight something and? And you change the color of it. And let's say you have a red pepper, and you can't the color of it. And your vision looks at that. And now, it's not a red pepper you actually tasted differently. So my feeling is that they probably pick it up from a vibrational level. It's amazing. How that happens? I truly is remarkable. You know, they talk about how the heart could be emotional organ all by itself. I'm beginning to think that the is have their own emotion as well. What do you think? That's I said before it all the millions go through the heart, and they all go to the eyes. So the eye and the heart are so connected. When what trying to let's say stimulate are more of our inner sing our intuitive seeing creative thinking such as the third. I one of the exercises. We do is to connect our third I route to a heart shock route. So there is a big connection between the heart. And the is in fact, I one of the exercises I teach in my workouts is how to see from your heart. And when you do that, you can actually feel the difference in your muscles and visually you'll see differently. Also, what to ophthalmologists say about this kind of work not up Thomas like you're not. Tom tryst? Right. But what ophthalmologists medical doctors who specialize in? I care. What do they say about this? I work in a clinic and integrative medical clinic without the Malla GIS and with up Thomas. I don't you know when I see people with vision condition. My feeling is that people have to put their team together. I very much work without them olives. If I need somebody who needs surgery or retinal detachment or read no problem, I refer them. I say you need to go to the best care you can to on that level. But now, let's talk about what's going on underneath it. Let's toiling on talk about what's going on with you the trickily. What's talk about what's going on with you in? How you relate to the world. I'll tell a quick story about a woman who came to see me. He had a cataract in her right eye. But she was young. She was only let's say in her early fifties. And I said, well, you're too young to have a cataract in your in your eyes. And I said tell me what's been going on in your life. So he tells me she goes well in the last year my father's dying, and I've been taking care of him. And I'm going through a divorce in Chinese medicine. The right. I is the father male. I I said, oh, okay. So we've got an energetic breakdown in your right eye, which is a right video camera to relate to the world. I'm going to give you some homeopathic eyedrops. I'm gonna give you some nutritional things to try to help it on that level. But I really feel you need to get support in an emotional level of taking care of your father, and you know, getting through your divorce. Came back a year later, the cataract was gone. Did not do surgery. And you know, so for me that wasn't emotional cataract ten years later. She comes back and what's happening. Now, she's got a small cataract and left. I what's happening. How mom is sick. Same thing. This is this is the thing that I have I have cases in cases, in cases of this in which you know, I see the people where they met assize their their way of being in the world and relating through their eyes chiropractors osteopaths might see in the back. I see it with the Viggo system. And it is, you know, including my own story of how my vision got worse and how I improved it. I know that that for every I condition pretty much is a physical, emotional and psycho spur. Fill level two. You had nearsightedness right? Which means you can't see far away. I hadn't you're suddenness from third grade on I couldn't see the biggie on the chart, and what happened was as usual. What happens with people you go to the doctor? We ask you, which is better one and two we give you glass. Year or two later. What happens change those numbers that change again glasses? That's right. To it. Now. My vision is eighty percent better. I don't eat glasses while driving. I'm gonna be sixty four this year..

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"tom tryst" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

09:25 min | 1 year ago

"tom tryst" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"To coast to coast, George Noory with you. Mark Grossman with us as we talk about the is being the window to the soul and some other issues as well. We'll take calls with Mark next hour here on coast to coast AM. It is truly remarkable how the is truly can tie everything and even affect the brain. Mark, don't they? Oh, totally. I said before and biologically physiologically neurologically, basically, the is our brain tissue when people sometimes get headaches. They get headaches behind there is what's happening there. It could be muscular that there is getting strength too much. It could be energetic. It can be light sensitivity could be a numerous amount of things of why they might get headaches. There. You talked about how blue light, which is emitted by a lot of computers nowadays. Cellphones are affecting us. What's happening My goodness. Well, blue light can cause many different things can cause a breakdown of the photo receptors in your is it can lead to macular degeneration, it can relate it can cause cataracts. That's not good no can affect sleep type of things. It's a very very, it's it's the shortest wavelength. So it's has the most high energy light rays on the blue ended a visit visible spectrum. So when they the higher the degree of scattering, these raise is what makes a cloudless sky. Let's say look blue, and the I is not very good at blocking blue light. So what we do would I recommend is different glasses that can filter out the blue light. Loot? Teens is Anthon affects in vitamin c they work as nature sunglasses to help absorb the blue light. Yeah. Blue light. I think is going to be one of the reasons why we get earlier and earlier I- problems in our society. And Mark let me let me ask you this too though when when people are visually impaired or blind. In. I've had a lot of them. Call our program. We have a lot of listeners who are this way. And I've asked them this incredible question in that is to describe colors to me. I mean, they've never seen colors ever. And some of them are pretty spot on by be. They talk about it in terms of objects and things, but you know, they kind of described for example, what hot is, you know, the it's red, right? But they're able to do that. But with somebody who has never seen a color in their life because they were born blind. Let's say how do they mentally visualize? Caller. Well, if we look at color as a wavelength many years ago, I studied with a scientist from England has nameless the'll JIMBO, and he wrote a book form color and sound and all about vibration, and how the different colors and sounds have different vibration. And when even though you might not sent or seeing the color, you can pick up the vibration of it, and it color has a different wavelength. So my feeling is that the blind person who doesn't doesn't see the color can pick up the energetic of the color and with color is so interesting because when we have something that's that has so much energy to which color. Does you know if you eight something and? And you change the color of it. And let's say you have a red pepper, and you can't the color of it. And your vision looks at that. And now it's not a red pepper. You will actually taste the differently. So my feeling is that they probably pick it up from a vibration a level. That's amazing. How that happens? I it truly is remarkable. You know, they talk about how the heart could be emotional organ all by itself. I'm beginning to think that the is have their own emotion as well. What do you think? That's I said before it all through the hot, and they all go to the eyes. So the eye and the heart are so connected to let's say stimulate are more of our inner sing our intuitive seeing creative thinking such as the third. I one of the exercises. We do is to connect our third. I Browde shock to a heart shock route. So there is a big connection between the heart. And the is in fact, I one of the exercises. I teach in my workshops is how to see from your heart. And when you do that, you can actually feel the difference in your eye muscles and visually you'll see differently. Also, what to ophthalmologists say about this kind of work, not optometrist like your? Tom tryst, right. An ophthalmologist medical doctors who specialize in eyecare. What do they say about this? I work in a clinic and integrative medical clinic without the Malla GIS and with Thomas. I don't you know when I see people with vision condition. My feeling is that people have to put their team together. I very much work without the molotov. I need somebody who needs surgery or a retinal detachment retinal prom. I refer them. I say you need to go to the best care. You can't to on that level. But now, let's talk about what's going on underneath it. But still non go talk about what's going on with you the traditionally what's talk about what's going on with you in. How you relate to the world. I'll tell a quick story about a woman who came to see me she had a cataract in her right eye. But she was young. She was only let's say in her early fifties. And I said, well, you're too young to have a cataract in your in your eyes. And I said tell me what's been going on in your life. So he tells me she goes well in the last. Year. My father's dying, and I've been taking care of him. And I'm going through a divorce in Chinese medicine. The right. I is the father male. I I said, okay. We've got an energetic breakdown in your right eye, which is right. Video camera to relate to the world. I'm going to give you some homeopathic drops. I'm going to give you some nutritional things to try to help it on that level. But I really feel you need to get support in an emotional level of taking care of your father, and you know, getting through divorce came back a year later, the cataract was gone. How did not do surgery? And you know, for me that wasn't emotional cataract ten years later. She comes back and what's happening. Now, she's got a small cataract and left. I what's happening. How mom is sick. Same thing. This is this is the thing that I have I have cases in cases, in cases of this in which you know, I see the people where they Samat assize their their way of being in the world and relating through their eyes chiropractors osteopaths might see in the back. I see it with the video system. And it is, you know, including my own story of how my vision got worse than hell. I improved it. I know that that every I condition pretty much there's a physical, emotional and. Psycho spiritual level to it. You had nearsightedness right? Which means you can't see far away. I hadn't near sightedness from third grade on I couldn't see the biggie on the chart, and what happened was as usual. What happens with people you go to the eye? Doctor. We ask you, which is better one and two we give you. Last year or two later. What happens to change those numbers that change again? That's right. Now, my vision is eighty percent better. I don't while driving. I'm gonna be sixty four this year..

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"tom tryst" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

09:23 min | 1 year ago

"tom tryst" Discussed on 600 WREC

"To coast, George Noory with you. Mark Grossman with us as we talk about the is being the window to the soul and some other issues as well. We'll take calls with Mark next hour here on coast to coast AM. It is truly remarkable how the is truly can tie everything even affect the brain. Mark, don't they? Oh, totally. It's like I said before and biologically physiologically neurologically, basically, the is our brain tissue when people sometimes get headaches. They get headaches behind there is what's happening there. It could be muscular that there is getting strain too much. It could be energetic. It could be light sensitivity could be a numerous amount of things of why they might get headaches. There. You talked about how blue light, which is emitted by a lot of computers nowadays. Cellphones are affecting us. What's happening there? Oh my goodness. Well, blue light can cause many different things can cause a breakdown of the photo receptors in your is it can lead to macular degeneration, it can relate it can cause cataracts. That's not good no can affect sleep type of things. It's a very very, it's it's the shortest wavelength. So it's has the most high energy light rays on the blue ended a visit visible spectrum. So when they the higher the degree of scattering, these raise is what makes a cloudless sky. Let's say look blue, and the I is not very good at blocking blue light. So what we do would I recommend is different glasses that can filter out. The blue light fictionally Latinos is Anthon after exempt in vitamin c they work as nature sunglasses to help absorb the blue light. Yeah. Blue light. I think is going to be one of the reasons why we get earlier and earlier I- problems in our society. And Mark let me let me ask you this too though when when people are visually impaired or blind. In. I've had a lot of them. Call our program. We have a lot of listeners who are this way. And I've asked them this incredible question in that is to describe colors to me. I mean, they've never seen colors ever. And some of them are pretty spot on by be. They talk about it in terms of objects and things, but you know, they kind of describe for example, what hot is, you know, the it's red, right? But they're able to do that. But with somebody who has never seen a color in their life because they were born blind. Let's say how do they mentally visualize color? Well, if we look at color as a wavelength many years ago, I studied with a scientists from England nameless feel gamble, and he wrote a book form color and sound and all about vibration, and how the different colors and sounds have different vibration. And when even though you might not send or see the color, you can pick up the vibration of it, and it's color has a different wavelength. So my feeling is that the blind person who doesn't doesn't see the color can pick up the energetic of the color, and with color is so interesting because when we have something that's that has so much energy to it with a color. Does you know if you eight something and? And you change the color of it. And let's say you have a red pepper, and you can't the color of it. And your vision looks at that. And now it's not a red pepper. You will actually tasted differently. So my feeling is that they probably pick it up from a vibrational level. That's amazing. How that happens? It truly is remarkable. You know, they talk about how the heart could be emotional organ all by itself. I'm beginning to think that the is have their own emotion as well. What do you think? That's I said before it all the millions go through the heart. And they all go to the is. So the I and the heart are so connected. When we're trying to let's say stimulates are more of our inner sing our intuitive seeing creative thinking such as the third I one of the exercises. We do is to connect our third I route to our heart shock route. So there is a big connection between the heart. And the is in fact, I one of the exercises. I teach in my workshops is how to see from your heart. And when you do that, you can actually see all the difference in your muscles and visually you'll see differently. Also, what to ophthalmologists say about this kind of work not up Thomas like you're not. Tom tryst? Right. But what ophthalmologists medical doctors who specialize in? I care. What do they say about this? I work in a clinic and integrative medical clinic without the Malla GIS. And with Tom Atroush. I don't you know when I see people with vision condition. My feeling is that people have to put their team together. I very much work without some olives. If I need somebody who needs surgery or a retinal detachment retinal problem, I refer them I say, you need to go to the best care you can to on that level. But now, let's talk about what's going on underneath it. But still on go talk about what's going on with you, nutritionally. What's talk about what's going on with you in? How you relate to the world. I'll tell a quick story about a woman who came to see me. She had a cataract in her right eye. But she was young. She was only let's say in her early fifties. And I said, well, you're too young to have a cataract in your in your eyes. And I said tell me what's been going on in your life. So she tells me she goes well in the last year my father's dying, and I've been taking care of him. And I'm going to divorced in Chinese medicine. The right. I is the father male. I I said, oh, okay. So we've got an energetic breakdown in your right eye, which is a right video camera to relate to the world. I'm going to give you some homeopathic drops. I'm gonna give you some nutritional things to try to help it on that level. But I really feel you need to get support in an emotional level of taking care of father, and you know, getting through your divorce. Came back a year later, the cataract was gone. Did not do surgery. And you know, so for me that wasn't emotional cataract ten years later. She comes back and what's happening. Now, she's got a small cataract and left. I what's happening. How mom is sick. Same thing. This is this is the thing that I have I have cases in cases, in cases of this in which you know, I see the people where they met assize their their way of being in the world and relating through. There is how practice GIO pass might see in the back. I see it with the Viggo system. And it is, you know, including my own story of how my vision got worse than hell. I improved it. I know that that for every I condition pretty much is a physical, emotional and psycho spur. Ritual level two you had nearsightedness, right? Which means you can't see far away. I hadn't near sightedness from third grade on. I couldn't see the biggie on the chart, and what happened was as usual. What happens with people you go to the eye? Doctor. We ask you, which is better one and two we give you glass. Year or two later. What happens to change those numbers that change again glasses? That's right. To it. Now. My vision is eighty percent better. I don't need glasses while driving..

Mark Grossman George Noory Anthon Tom tryst England Tom Atroush Thomas eighty percent ten years
"tom tryst" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

09:26 min | 1 year ago

"tom tryst" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Welcome back to coast to coast, George Noory with you. Mark Grossman with us as we talk about the is being the window to the soul and some other issues as well. We'll take calls with Mark next hour here on coast to coast AM. It is truly remarkable how the is truly can tie everything even affect the brain. Mark, don't they? Oh, totally Ella guy said before and biologically physiologically neurologically, basically, the is our brain tissue when people sometimes get headaches. They get headaches behind there is what's happening there. It could be muscular that there is a getting strained too much. It could be energetic. It could be light sensitivity could be a numerous amount of things of why they might get headaches. There. You talked about how blue light which is omitted by a lot of computers nowadays cell phones are affecting us. What's happening there? Oh my goodness. Well, blue light can cause many different things can cause a breakdown of the photo receptors in your is it can lead to macular degeneration, it can relate it can cause cataracts. That's not good. No, it can affect sleep type of things. It's a very very, it's it's the shortest wavelength. So it's has the most high energy light rays on the blue ended a visit visible spectrum. So when they the higher the degree of scattering, these raise is what makes a cloudless sky. Let's say look blue, and the I is not very good at blocking blue light. So what we do would I recommend is different glasses that can filter out. The blue light trickily Latinos is Anthon affects vitamin c they work as nature sunglasses to help absorb the blue light. Yeah. Blue light. I think is going to be one of the reasons why we get earlier and earlier I- problems in our society. And Mark let me let me ask you this too though when when people are visually impaired or blind. In. I've had a lot of them. Call our program. We have a lot of listeners who are this way. And I've asked them this incredible question, and that is to describe colors to me. I mean, they've never seen colors ever. And some of them are pretty spot on by. They talk about it in terms of objects and things, but you know, they kind of described for example, what hot is, you know, the it's red, right? But they're able to do that. But with somebody who has never seen a color in their life because they were born blind. Let's say how do they mentally visualize color? Well, if we look at color as a wavelength many years ago, I studied with a scientists from England nameless feel JIMBO and he wrote a book form color and sound and all about vibration, and how the different colors and sounds of different vibration and win even though you might not sent or see the color, you can pick up the vibration of it and each color has a different wavelength. So my feeling is that the blind person who doesn't doesn't see the color can pick up the energetic of the color, and with color is so interesting because when we have something that's that has so much energy to it which color does, you know, if you eight something and. And you change the color of it. And let's say you have a red pepper, and you change the color of it. And your vision looks at that. And now it's not a red pepper. You will actually tasted differently. So my feeling is that they probably pick it up from a vibrational level. That's amazing. How that happens? I it truly is remarkable. You know, they talk about how the heart could be an emotional organ all by itself. I'm beginning to think that the is have their own emotion as well. What do you think? That I said before it all the millions go through the hot. And they all go to the is. So the I and the heart are so connected. When trying to let's say stimulate are more of our inner sing our intuitive seeing creative thinking such as the third I one of the exercises. We do is to connect our third I Browde shop to our heart shock route. So there is a big connection between the heart. And the is in fact, I one of the exercises. I teach in my workshops is how to see from your heart. And when you do that, you can actually feel the difference in your eye muscles and visually you'll see differently. Also, what to ophthalmologists say about this kind of work not up Thomas like you. You're not. Tom tryst? Right. But what off the Malla GIS medical doctors who specialize in. I care. What do they say about this? I worked in a clinic and integrative medical clinic without the Malla GIS and with Thomas. I don't you know when I see people with vision condition. My feeling is that people have to put their team together. I very much work without the Malla GIS. If I need somebody who needs surgery or a retinal detachment or retinal, no prom. I refer them. I say you need to go to the best care you can to on that level. But now, let's talk about what's going on under Neath it. Let's on talk about what's going on with you the traditionally what's talk about what's going on with you in. How you relate to the world. I'll tell a quick story about a woman who came to see me she had a cataract in her right eye. But she was young. She was only let's say in her early fifties. And I said, well, you're too young to have a cataract in your in your eyes. And I said tell me what's been going on in your life. So she tells me she goes well in the last year. My father's dying, and I've been taking care of him. And I'm going to divorce in Chinese medicine. The right. I is the father male. I I said, oh, okay. Some so we've got an energetic breakdown in your right eye, which is your right video camera to relate to the world. I'm going to give you some homeopathic drops. I'm gonna give you some nutritional things to try to help it on that level. But I really feel you need to get support in an emotional level of taking care of father, and you know, getting through divorce came back year later, the cataract was gone. How did not do surgery? And you know, for me that wasn't emotional cataract ten years later. She comes back, and what's happening now, she's got a small cataract and how left I what's happening. How mom is sick. Same thing. This is this is the thing that I have I have cases in cases, in cases of this in which you know, I see the people where they Madison is their their way of being in the world and relating through their eyes chiropractors osteopaths might see it in the back. I see it with the visual system. And it is, you know, including my own story of how my vision got worse than how I improved it. I know that that every I condition pretty much there's a physical, emotional and. Psycho spiritual level two you had nearsightedness, right? Which means you can't see far away. I had nearsightedness from third grade on I couldn't see the biggie on the chart, and what happened was as usual. What happens with people you go to the eye? Doctor. We ask you, which is better one and two we give you. Last year or two later. What happens to change those numbers that change again? That's right. The to it. Now. My vision is eighty percent better. I don't while driving. I'm gonna be sixty four this year..

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"tom tryst" Discussed on Jesse, Jordan, GO!

Jesse, Jordan, GO!

05:54 min | 1 year ago

"tom tryst" Discussed on Jesse, Jordan, GO!

"You won't believe these hats. Or three shoes. Two feet the description of which is one too many shoes. Terrifying shorts. You're absolutely correct. It's sharks. For you guys. Oh, this is real. For the record. Danny just said, oh, he looks. Smile. He looks congress babies congress members made adorable primary poke Amman discussion of poke Amman as presidential candidates and enlightened Birdman discussion of humanity's imminent downfall by Birdman. Oh my gosh. I'm really intrigued to go to our slash enlightened. Birdman? I agree. But that doesn't mean it's real. My instinct is congress babies. The correct answer is in life or. Man. We're they literally make posts where they type out screech screech off off. And then a loss iffy stuff. One in one. Yeah, we got to Danny steam as to okay. Well, tune one that's fun, which of these Israel, Joe Biden and a sandwich pictures of Joe Biden eating sandwich. Still shooting ideas for sequels to stop or my mom will shoot. And peaches peaches discussion only, please know her talk feel like I'm I'm gravitating towards the peaches somebody getting upset saying, please don't talk about herbs that sounds close. Very ready. It's actually Joe by. Oh. We would have won that one. Danny is such a winning attitude about the pictures. Sarah, and John giant micro machines. Unusually large micro machines. Door Reto hair anime characters with their hair replaced by dorito bags. Or crab Abba songs performed by crabs. Oh my God. I got the last one wrong. So I wanna hear your thoughts. You know? The thing is I'm I'm trying to hear Jordan jesse's comedic voices in some of these. But their comedic voices are indistinguishable from real crazy people. Gentleman, the Russ master general. I don't know giant micro machines. I was so excited. I really wanna see those. But also dorito hair is so absurd that it could be true. Let's go to rito rightfully variety. For you guys. Danny Tony Thomas, the dank ingen. Hip hop remix of the Thomas the tank engine theme where my dogs DM X rapping about patrol for Richie rich in SF w flash Fiqh, featuring cartoon, millionaire, Richie, rich and Oakland rapper Richie rich. Which of these is real. The first one that I can't remember the day. And you're right. Okay. Sarah and John keys as weapons discussion of self defense using keys and key rings Puckett sand people discussing the benefits of carrying around sand. Or every day hoc, you carefully. Composed photographs of the ingredients of submarine sandwiches. I feel like the first one is more of a four Chan. I disagree. Really? I think that's also pretty ready. Pocket feeling sock it so appealing, especially if it was kind of like that warm sand that they use at the Tom tryst. Now, the only only one. Benue glasses. The optometrist has a bucket of heated sand. They put your glasses in it heats up the plastic, and then they can adjust. Super hot. There are so many glasses wearing nerd in here that I feel like I feel like this is some slash Vic that They're all they're like. all. Favored inhalers. Pumping fans. For all. So what are you everyday poking though? Everyday hope though, I mean I've seen right? It's like where they make giant sandwiches and like post pictures of it. I don't know. Should go with pocket San though pockets just because it's here. Instinct here, you're right. This is actually great because great. This is the last question. The last question you guys can win it all here because we're tied right tied three three for everything..

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"tom tryst" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

04:47 min | 1 year ago

"tom tryst" Discussed on KGO 810

"Leaving here in a few minutes. When we leave you today with Dianne Feinstein having asked Chuck Grassley last night to delay the hearing beyond Thursday, which little agree to that. Or not. I don't know. I'm and I can't imagine. They would we'll see where we are. Yeah. Yep. She's let us stuff we hope to get to today. But as usual. Have an ATI is going to go on CNN tonight. So his claims will lead to be the talk of the down or not tomorrow seems about right? Michael Abernathy porn. Creepy porn promoter on CNN. Number of new laws in California. I guess session ended in the syphilis governor Jerry Brown. According some broadcast reports since in the late stages of syphilis never heard that anywhere. But here from. Nobody's picked up with that story. So we don't have a what do you call that a second source of the story we have one. And that is you donate. We have something, Sean. Yeah. So this is one minute ago from Sarah Sanders, she of the the White House fame, right? He's the perfect smokey. I I remember at the request of deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein, he and President Trump had an extended conversation to discuss the recent news stories because the president is at the United Nations General assembly has a full schedule with leaders from around the world, they will meet on Thursday when the president returns to Washington DC, you go. So as reported earlier in the show, he has resigned or has been fired. A will be fire will resign and is on the way to the White House right now, which it hadn't occurred to me. Curious behavior 'cause the president's in New York and everybody knows it added. So many people report that he was on the way to the White House to put a given his resignation to the president when the president's not there. Right. He's at the UN. I knew that it didn't click. My head click to their heads though, since that's what they do for a living. Anyway. So number new laws passed from California signed by the governor surfing is now the official state sport, a California. Awesome. Blah, blah, blah, the law reads. It also acknowledges the role of indigenous people in developing sport of surfing in Hawaiian, California. Oh, wow. Okay. Good thing. That's in there. I danny. It'll change the world, Jack if you wanna relocate and make anybody feel better. Maybe it does. Yes. It does those who pass those things because it makes them feel nopal if you wanna relocate a colony of bees, Jack, you need to notify the agricultural Commissioner in the county where your bees are going within seventy two hours rather than the previously stipulated five days. Seventy two hours. Everybody knows this three days. I used to like to wait four days before I told the county. I just. Do not do that. No more that used to be okay now. No, I won't do that. Again. Also, if you want to relocate your apiary, which apparently is not a secular, rapes, right? Yeah. I gotta cancel an order. Hold on. With apes. Now, I have no idea. My neighbors are gonna be pissed tell you what it's gonna be way too small if you have large apes sits for bees. You're going to relocate your area within a given county. You now have to notify the agriculture Commissioner, whereas the notification was only needed before if you're moving between counties because of all the problems that have been countered with, you know, moving of bees, you wouldn't believe how many be boxes I see living out in the country. Be stacked. It'd be like thirty of them. Quite a lot out where I live to. I like him. Jack up Tom trysts can no longer have more than eleven offices. A what optometrist Thomas? Okay. Yeah. Also have Tom just now need a statement a licensure to practice at each of their branch offices. According USB, thirteen eighty six which is obviously been passed by some optometry outfit who bribes somebody for some reason. So that be like the lens crafters people or somebody that they just don't want anybody to be able to expand and become a chain thing. I have no idea nothing against lenscrafters. I just right. For instance. Probably something of that sort is eleven what a random number. Yeah. Yeah. Burbank Glendale in Los Angeles can now consider horse safety when doing traffic planning in certain areas. They can they must according to nine five five right previously. I guess they were banned from considering horse safety when doing traffic planning. I doubt it. I doubt we need a law. June July two thousand eighteen is officially declared parks Maeve Clive better month. Okay. Sadly government does a lot of stuff that has zero effect on your life. And I mean zero I'm quoting it has a negative effect on your life because time and money was spent instead of doing things that you care about and lowers the respect for all laws. I'm quoting the.

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"tom tryst" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

04:48 min | 1 year ago

"tom tryst" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"We'll be leaving here in a few minutes when we leave you today with Dianne Feinstein. Having ask Chuck Grassley last night to delay the hearing beyond Thursday, which little agreed to that. Or not. I don't know. And I can't imagine. They would we'll see where we are. Yeah. She's a lot of stuff we hope to get today. But as usual he's going to go on CNN tonight. So his claims will lead be the talk of the down or not tomorrow seems about right? Michael avenue, porn creepy. Porn promoter on CNN. Number new laws in California. I guess session ended in the syphilis governor Jerry Brown. According to some broadcast reports in the late stages of syphilis never heard that anywhere. But here from. Oh. Nobody's picked up with that story. So we don't have a what do you call that a second source of the story, we have one, and that is you donate while we have something, Sean. Yes. So this is one minute ago from Sarah Sanders, she of the the White House fame, right? He's the perfect smokey. I I remember at the request of deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein, he and President Trump had an extended conversation to discuss the recent news stories because the president is at the United Nations General assembly and has a full schedule of leaders from around the world they will meet on Thursday when the president returns to Washington DC. There you go. So as reported earlier in the show, he has resigned or has been fired. A will be fired a will resign and is on the way to the White House right now, which it hadn't occurred to me. Because the president's in New York and everybody knows it added. So many people report that he was on the way to the White House to put giving his resignation to the president when the president's not there. Right. He's at the u n. Knew that it didn't click in my head. Click to their heads though, since that's what they do for a living. Anyway. So number new laws passed in California signed by the governor surfing is now the official state poor sport, a California. Awesome. Blah, blah, blah, the law reads, it also acknowledges the role of indigenous people in developing the sport of surfing in Hawaiian, California. Oh, wow. Okay. Good thing, that's fine and dandy. It'll change the world, Jack if you wanna relocate and make anybody feel better maybe a dozen does those who pass those things because it makes them feel noble. If you wanna relocate a colony of bees, Jack, you need to notify the agricultural Commissioner in the county where your bees are going within seventy two hours rather than the previously stipulated five days, seventy two hours. Everybody knows this three days. I used to like to wait four days before I told the county. I just moved to you do not do that. No more that used to be okay now. No, I won't do that. Again. Also, if you wanna relocate your apiary, which currently is not a. Right. Yeah. I gotta cancel an order. Hold on. Now, I have no idea. My neighbors are going to be pissed. Tell you what it's going to be way too small if you have large apes sits for bees. You're going to relocate your apiary within a given county. You now have to now notify the agriculture Commissioner, whereas the notification was only needed before if you're moving between counties because of all the problems that have been countered with, you know, moving of bees, you wouldn't believe how many be boxes I see living out in the country. Be stacked to be like thirty of them. Well, I got quite a lot out where I live too. I like him. I'm pro be Jack up Tom trysts can no longer have more than eleven offices. A what optometrist Thomas? Okay. Yeah. Also, optometrist. Now need statement a licensure to practice at each of their branch offices. According to USB thirteen eighty six which is obviously been passed by some optometry outfit who bribed somebody for some reason. So that be like the lens crafters people or somebody that they just don't want anybody to be able to expand and become a chain thing. They are. I have no idea nothing against lenscrafters. I just right, for instance, probably something of that sort eleven what a random number. Yeah. Yeah. Burbank Glendale in Los Angeles can now consider horse safety when doing traffic planning in certain areas. They can they must according to nine five five right previously. I guess they were banned from considering horse safety when doing traffic planning. I doubt it doubt. We need a law. June July twenty team is officially declared parks Maeve Clive better month. Okay. Sadly have government does a lot of stuff that has zero effect on your life. And I mean zero I'm quotas quotation, it has a negative effect on your life because time and money was spent instead of doing things that you care about and lowers the respect for all laws. I'm quoting the San.

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"tom tryst" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

03:56 min | 2 years ago

"tom tryst" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

"I mean, would you even have the time or the money to do it? Well, no, you don't. The about it is if you're still spending a significant amount of hours in your business and you're not ready to get another business, and I would challenge him right now instead of buying other flooring companies, you might and you may find the right deal, but usually it's not the right deal. Usually people want more usually people think they're businesses worth more than it is. It's my baby my baby. You know, tell you what my grandfather started that flooring company. Ran volume and doing this hundred twelve years. Twelve years. Do you think we're just going to go off the numbers. Got nothing years ago. My forefathers. Four score. Four score at thirty two years ago. I could be five score. Be self evident. Here's the thing about it is I find it almost universally true that it's better to to take just to another another outlet for you another another. Another office, another business. That's you, your brand, you're, you're trying to rebrand get into Goshi eight and then by and then figure out that way. Their numbers aren't right, aren't exceptions, but very rarely, right. I. I wanna walk you through the exceptions. If I can go through this, the exceptions are this chap, and I wanna make sure we put this on the show notes. Warren Buffett says, be greedy when the market is fearful. Warren Buffett says, be greedy when the market is fearful. So z. Warren Buffett's whole mindset is companies in freefall like Bank of America was when the economy collapsed. I mean, the shares for Bank of America really could not have got any lower without a government stimulus or bailout. Right? So that's what he decided to him because he's like, they can't get lower. So if you're out there, if you're wanting to buy a company that's bombing, I mean, you can do that, but you also have to embrace that you're gonna have to go in there and make you redo everything. And so z. I mean now say there's an optometrist clinic out there that was available to purchase. No in Tulsa. Could you legally by third time she clinic if you wanted to? I could. I mean, the thing about the laws in Oklahoma are such that if I, if I personally owns course my daughters and optometrist, I mean I have, I have guys have been with me twenty plus years that I would trust it in their licensed. So to speak. But the thing about it is is that if you own more than two than the law currently says, you have to treat as a commercial entity, which is beans. There's two separate doors adore the optical door for the doctor. So like if you've ever been into if you're listening right now, if you've been into Lynn's crafters, there's a separation of the doctor and the optical if you've ever been into a lot of commercial entities and so I can have as many as I want, I just have to treat them differently. And that was one of my big advantages, seven one door you walk in, it's all in one room for the customer. So I feel like it feels like it's a commercial setup and just feel in the flavor and the the look of it. So if somebody listening out there and they're, they're not Tom tryst and they're wanting to sell their practice to you under what economic variables. Does it make sense? Let's say guy does. I'm just making up example guy. He's not Thomas z and the guys do in two million dollars a year of gross revenue. Okay. And he's in Oklahoma City under what variables would it make sense for you to even entertain buying as opposed to just. Your own in Oklahoma City. I mean, what? What kind of will you go? I would have to see at least a b or c before we even make sense even think about it because you know, you're marketing your systems. You had to train people hire people, you know how to do that, and this isn't. This isn't like a get rich, quick thing, you know the system so you could start a business tomorrow in Oklahoma City. You can hire the people train the people market. You could you know what you're doing. So what scenario would even make sense ever to buy a competitor? Here's the deal. It makes a lot of sense if the deal can be done correctly. Number one, you're taking out a competitor out of your market..

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"tom tryst" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:50 min | 3 years ago

"tom tryst" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Create the five abroad to one dream on a long shot at seventeen to two i might take that if he wants them uh what's the value absolutely nevada aci retender one low fifteen home klay twenty five one none of them bob trust in tom's trysted thompson sixty two one blow he is a thumb he wants a real value hub look at eight dollar three hundred one the fifteen mvp happened again i think that we are smith won fifty to one would you say carry was tend to one that's probably would be your good good value bet i'm a dj avail at a thousand one how about our book that bet for you what was your first there you go some big numbers i think i my go drake mounted seventeen to do or kyw returned to one carrier interior dream on with the two play twenty five at either go crazy he could averaged twenty seven twenty eight mean disco not just like hasn't hit hasn't it and i'll send in the finals ijaz but anand i mean look good the smart money your three guys but the value of that right durand seventy five create two five lebrun 2to1 now bam gave the fun there and a bit timothy mas gov what you heard me timofei give him a day roof yup our will give you some specials the that we get the possibility of a sports wagering being legal oh yes oh that's being congressional committee unveiled a draft to be comprehensive legislation we get the oscar delaware we therefore fourmile beer tunnel i like that one that's a good story see now on the um so you know one of not that's that's probably the top one and if you're thinking about asking do the managers should be able to talk about injuries on his own team yes yeah terry collins no tear causes no longer liberty discuss ways but an injury said i'm not at liberty to discuss any injury situation amid shut them down he'll be there when he's there thank you down mad all that ads by the front office you can no longer talk about injuries you're the manager oh you do of thank you we don't have sound for the runoff early you.

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