18 Burst results for "Treva"

"treva" Discussed on Relativity: The Podcast for Women in Family Business

Relativity: The Podcast for Women in Family Business

04:15 min | 7 months ago

"treva" Discussed on Relativity: The Podcast for Women in Family Business

"Welcome again to that i typically. The podcast will even in family business. My name is susan brand scope. I am your highest of course and today we've got with us. The lovely man kazaa who earns two businesses wealth planning partners and trusted aide care services at the gulf coast. She's also currently the chair of the meanwhile around tyrosine really does keep yourself busy. And not just that. She has written a fabulous book called financial secrets revealed and of course ones one of the businesses as a family business with her two adult children and also has suspended working alongside her before that time when she first started she was also in business with her parents. I can't wait to hear some of the insights and learning all about working with your children and look working with your parents and how that sometimes pan out so welcome to the show man. That's lovely to have you with us. Thank you so much for having me. It's great to be here. What quite an amazing story. Now you've got to add all children and you system working with you all congratulations for that. Hanno on how did you family business get started. I ended up working for a friend of my father's out of high school. He back then was what you'd call a life or a life insurance agent Lowest in insurance and superannuation. And i became his secretary pretty much straight out of high school and not long into that. My father joined the business. He was what we'd call a fiery or foreign general insurance burqa said look. After business insurance house contents and cows well-traveled look after the law and superannuation so it sort of started becca generation before the children came along. That was before. I even had children and around that time i got married and was hitting off on my honeymoon so i tried my mom up to do a bit of mean answering defines while i was gone so mom and dad were in the business with my former employee treva and that was probably around ninety four when i got married and then the children came along ninety six and ninety eight. I did have a couple of years off to raise the babies and unite changed. The rate is at school and do all the mom stop. How bad on talk show. Which figured it wasn't actually very good at so went back to work and Did side the children is that were growing up. And i look. I've got his business. Trevor in the meantime has retied any seventies dad retired and moved on and took iva. Holly insult the financial planning saad and said to them. You know if you ever work in business. There's an opportunity for you to do that. Which they both promptly went. There is no way wherever working with you stay. My son went off to become a mechanic after school when to tried college. A my daughter Went to college and became a makeup specialist so that stage it was just may and Some others plotting away but eventually my son turned up one day and sit all have been thinking about doing my diploma of financial planning and i said oh you halfway through mechanic apprenticeship. Would you wanna do that. Oh it's not working out the way thought going to be dirty and fifty thousand dollars for the rest of my life cy. Maybe i should think about something else. So i said well i'd really love it if he could finish your apprenticeship But i don't have any issues with you. Stop studied starting study so we saw him outta studies diploma or financial. Planning and the next morning i received a fine coal. What are you doing mom so well. It's seven thirty on putting my face on like most think is often given my tools of vincent time and i'll let you knew that was going. He was softening the bar. He did said absolutely so then. He started hot talk with me while he was doing. His studies to in base roles like everybody swiping to flow is cleaning supplies washing up and starting on the fights and then yet my daughter eventually decided she coming into a bit of admin as well when my son decided he wanted to actually moving to the planning spicer yen the rest as they say is history

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Amanda Cassar, Director of Wealth Planning Partners, on Running a Family Business

Relativity: The Podcast for Women in Family Business

04:15 min | 7 months ago

Amanda Cassar, Director of Wealth Planning Partners, on Running a Family Business

"Welcome again to that i typically. The podcast will even in family business. My name is susan brand scope. I am your highest of course and today we've got with us. The lovely man kazaa who earns two businesses wealth planning partners and trusted aide care services at the gulf coast. She's also currently the chair of the meanwhile around tyrosine really does keep yourself busy. And not just that. She has written a fabulous book called financial secrets revealed and of course ones one of the businesses as a family business with her two adult children and also has suspended working alongside her before that time when she first started she was also in business with her parents. I can't wait to hear some of the insights and learning all about working with your children and look working with your parents and how that sometimes pan out so welcome to the show man. That's lovely to have you with us. Thank you so much for having me. It's great to be here. What quite an amazing story. Now you've got to add all children and you system working with you all congratulations for that. Hanno on how did you family business get started. I ended up working for a friend of my father's out of high school. He back then was what you'd call a life or a life insurance agent Lowest in insurance and superannuation. And i became his secretary pretty much straight out of high school and not long into that. My father joined the business. He was what we'd call a fiery or foreign general insurance burqa said look. After business insurance house contents and cows well-traveled look after the law and superannuation so it sort of started becca generation before the children came along. That was before. I even had children and around that time i got married and was hitting off on my honeymoon so i tried my mom up to do a bit of mean answering defines while i was gone so mom and dad were in the business with my former employee treva and that was probably around ninety four when i got married and then the children came along ninety six and ninety eight. I did have a couple of years off to raise the babies and unite changed. The rate is at school and do all the mom stop. How bad on talk show. Which figured it wasn't actually very good at so went back to work and Did side the children is that were growing up. And i look. I've got his business. Trevor in the meantime has retied any seventies dad retired and moved on and took iva. Holly insult the financial planning saad and said to them. You know if you ever work in business. There's an opportunity for you to do that. Which they both promptly went. There is no way wherever working with you stay. My son went off to become a mechanic after school when to tried college. A my daughter Went to college and became a makeup specialist so that stage it was just may and Some others plotting away but eventually my son turned up one day and sit all have been thinking about doing my diploma of financial planning and i said oh you halfway through mechanic apprenticeship. Would you wanna do that. Oh it's not working out the way thought going to be dirty and fifty thousand dollars for the rest of my life cy. Maybe i should think about something else. So i said well i'd really love it if he could finish your apprenticeship But i don't have any issues with you. Stop studied starting study so we saw him outta studies diploma or financial. Planning and the next morning i received a fine coal. What are you doing mom so well. It's seven thirty on putting my face on like most think is often given my tools of vincent time and i'll let you knew that was going. He was softening the bar. He did said absolutely so then. He started hot talk with me while he was doing. His studies to in base roles like everybody swiping to flow is cleaning supplies washing up and starting on the fights and then yet my daughter eventually decided she coming into a bit of admin as well when my son decided he wanted to actually moving to the planning spicer yen the rest as they say is history

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"treva" Discussed on Crimes of Passion

Crimes of Passion

06:38 min | 1 year ago

"treva" Discussed on Crimes of Passion

"Of talking about the event feeling tents and negative thoughts not everyone who experiences trauma will develop PTSD and recovery is possible for those who have been diagnosed. Experts at the National Center for PD. St Recommend that people who have experienced. A traumatic event should seek out support from other people whether from friends, family members or professional therapist. PTSD research has shown that psychotherapy that focuses on talking through the traumatic event and facing the negative feelings that have transpired helps mitigate symptoms. Some who have been diagnosed may need antidepressants or other medication to help relieve their symptoms. Now that we have a basic understanding of what PTSD is and how we might treat it, our clips today will cover victims who developed PTSD, as a result of their traumatic experiences. We'll start with a clip from podcast original female criminals. treva thrown Berry. Was Born in Nineteen, sixty nine and raised in Electra Texas. Tree Bas older siblings got married and left home as teenagers which left tree does the only child in the home. Her uncle, billy ray visited often and sexually assaulted her. Trio left her home at fifteen and went through several foster homes and hospitals before she turned eighteen. As, she aged treated fixated on the youth, her uncle had stolen from her in response to this trauma. She began posing as a teenager even though she was already well into adulthood. In, one thousand, nine, hundred ninety five Suzanne Arnold, the Plano child protective services worker supervising treatise case got a call from someone working at a treatment center. The caller had grown up in electra and told Suzanne. She thought she recognized twenty six year old tree, but by a different name. After. This report. Suzanne dug deeper and compiled. Including, records, photos, and handwriting samples. She showed these to travel and demanded an explanation but three of US still swore she was sixteen year old Cara Williams Suzanne didn't believe her trio was discharged from government supervision and found herself looking for a new city again. She arrived in Asheville North Carolina in June of Nineteen Ninety six as Emily Cara Williams. By August, she had moved onto altoona Pennsylvania. There someone spotted the name Suzanne Arnold written in her notebook and made a call to the plano social worker trio was tracked down and sent to jail for nine days for issuing a false police report against her fictional Tennessee father who she claimed ran a child pornography ring. But she was back at it as soon as she was free her unique journey back in time took her to Louisiana, new, Jersey, and Ohio. In Nineteen ninety-seven Twenty eight year old tree arrived in Vancouver Washington posing as sixteen year old BRIANNA. Stewart. She made her way to the glad tidings mega church where she sought refuge as a runaway, a church secretary took her in and then drove her to evergreen high school to enroll her as soon as possible. Tree told the school so that she was a runaway from Mobile Alabama looking for her birth father after her mother's murder she said, she'd been home schooled and therefore couldn't provide any proof of previous education. No one questioned her age if she looked too old that could be attributed to what had clearly been a very hard. Mental health professionals in Vancouver, didn't know the truth of what trio had endured but they thought she might have Amnesia or some sort of post traumatic stress disorder because she seemed hazy about the details from her past. PTSD can manifest in a wide array of symptoms including fear anxiety avoidance withdrawing from others, depression, suicidal thoughts, and Amnesia. Instead of poking holes tree stories, the mental health workers reasoned she may have been repressing traumatic memories her inability to persuasively describe her past actually helped her cover story. In that clip from female criminals twenty-eight-year-old trueba thrown berry began posing as a sixteen year old named Brianna Stewart for behavior led mental health professionals to believe she had ptsd. Treatment never spoke to a professional about the abuse or uncle subjected to ask such she was never officially diagnosed with PTSD. However, her case shares many similarities with cases in which a PTSD diagnosis has been made, and regardless of the diagnosis, she clearly suffered trauma in her early life. Maltreatment trauma occurred in her childhood. Our next subjects trauma happened as an adult. COMING UP WE DISCUSS serial killer Amelia Dyer. I- listeners navigating young adulthood can be a wild ride something. 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"treva" Discussed on Parcast Presents

Parcast Presents

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"treva" Discussed on Parcast Presents

"So in November. Two thousand one tree thrown. Mary received a three-year sentence reporter. Skip Hollandsworth wrote judge. Harris said. He wished he could send her to a state hospital for treatment but his only legal option was prison from the Washington Corrections Center for Women in Gig. Harbor Treva tried to appeal her conviction arguing. That evidence had been mishandled contesting the credentials of the fingerprint expert and challenging Gentry's expertise in identifying her former foster child. None of these claims overturned her conviction travel was released from prison early in June of two thousand three. When she was thirty four years old she moved to Seattle and lived at a women's shelter called Knoll House for a few months. She has since fallen out of the public eye. But she resurfaced briefly in June of two thousand sixteen when she accused a man of trying to sexually assault her while she was working at a hotel in Washington. At that time she went by the name. Brianna Kenzi it's clear. She left trio behind in Electra. All those years ago and seemingly has no intention of returning to that name or that identity ever again whether she was playing a long con to stay off the streets or battling with mental illness. She did what it took to survive as Brianna.

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"treva" Discussed on Parcast Presents

Parcast Presents

10:27 min | 1 year ago

"treva" Discussed on Parcast Presents

"Coming up. Travis settles further into her identity as Brianna but before long her turbulent past catches up to her now back to the story thrown Berry now twenty nine spent years pretending to be a teenage runaway by Nineteen ninety-seven. She allowed herself to become comfortable in her persona. As sixteen year old Brianna Stewart months past then a year and she didn't bolt. This was the longest she'd remained under one alias. She had a nice boyfriend who helped ground her younger identity. The other kids were friendly. No one was looking into her past tree and cans relationship carried over to the eleventh grade. They held hands in the halls went to movies and walked the mall together but she was approaching eighteen again and she had to take care of some things I on the docket was obtaining a new social security number. She couldn't get a driver's license. Apply for a job rent an apartment or attend college without one she also couldn't produce a birth certificate or a birth parent so a few people stepped in to help her Travis said her stepfather had been Navajo and she offered a theory that she may have been kidnapped at a young age. So a staffer from Indian health services scoured missing child databases for answers. A social worker searched government directories but came up empty tree even travelled by train to Daphne Alabama where? She claimed she was raised there. She allowed a police officer to drive her around to see if anything looked familiar. That would help the search for evidence but not everyone was so quick to believe treatise stories when she visited a dentist in Portland. He saw that her wisdom teeth had been extracted long enough ago for the scars to have healed unusual for a girl of sixteen when her social worker and her boyfriend questioned. This tree. Got Very Defensive. Angry they'd question her age in nineteen ninety nine during her junior year tree the moved in with a local family the gum bettas. She had her own room and went to school with one of the kids. One day she called the police and said that the boy's father David Gambetta had cameras in the light fixtures in her room the police investigated but didn't find any evidence of this now the gum bettas wanted tree out of the house. She found a new place to stay but she stood by her allegations however her boyfriend. Ken knew the family well and began to doubt. Treasa for the first time after over a year of dating their relationship began to fizzle out but travel was comfortable in her life in Vancouver. The break-up with Ken wasn't enough to make her. WanNa run away and start over again. This meant that she was finally willing to cross that line into adulthood as Brianna. She even had her heart set on community. College in June of two thousand tree vo walked across the stage and accepted her diploma graduating high school for a second time. She met with the Vice President of Clark College Lane Nissen and explained her tragic story and her lack of personnel records. Nissen was stricken by her situation and found a way to grab her tuition waiver of one thousand. Five hundred seventy five dollars for the upcoming academic year but this was only a temporary fix tree still needed to come up with a social security number until she had that. Brianna couldn't truly exist as an adult she wrote to the governor of Washington and enlisted to lawyers from different cities to help her 'cause all independent of one. Another one lawyer focused on the vital records office for a birth certificate and the other petitioned the government for a social security number for this application though tree the had to undergo a fingerprint test. She completed the requirements and waited. She apparently didn't realize that her fingerprints would match the records from when she was arrested in Altoona Pennsylvania five years prior when the came back in March two thousand one thirty-one-year-old trio throw Berry was arrested. Trivia was charged by the state of Washington with two counts of first degree theft. One Count of second degree. Theft three counts of first degree. Perjury and one count of second degree perjury. It wasn't long before everyone in town heard the gossip. Ken was working down in Disneyworld when his mother frantically cold him with the news he was astonished but the story was too scandalous to stay with intrigue as orbit and Vancouver Soon the strange tale of the attornal teenager captivated people all over the country only after arrest did her sisters publicly discussed the sexual abuse. They'd all faced as children at the hands of uncle. Billy Ray. He'd passed away by then and they finally felt safe enough to talk about it for the first time the world learned about tree does trauma and it colored the public response to her story. Someone at her to simply get the help she needed. Especially after hearing what she'd been through others like the Clark County senior. Deputy Prosecutor Michael Kimmy classified tree as manipulative criminal. Who Gamed the system during her time? As BRIANNA tree had received funds in the form of Children's health services foster care and public schooling but still she maintained that she didn't know anything about her old life her parents or Trevor Thrown Mary. When she found out her lawyers were going to testify to her real identity in court. She fired them instead. She opted to represent herself during the five day trial and she did with the stack of lawbooks at her side and her hair in her signature. Pigtails after all they'd worked to make her seem younger. Before but Sharon gentry treatise former foster mother was flown in to testify about her adolescent years. She identified Brianna as Treva. She brought photos. She grew emotional as she described. Treva as a hard working student and a good kid even after the emotional and persuasive testimony tree continued to insist that she was Briana and had never met Chettri before her standby counsel Jerry. Ware said there's no question in my mind. Having spent as much time with her as I have that she is of the opinion that she is Brianna Stewart from a psychological standpoint treatise. Behavior was hard to explain her symptoms. Were comparable to those of dissociated Amnesia or associative identity disorder people who suffer from these conditions often feel a disconnect from their true selves as if they're outside observers of their own lives. These disorders are often paired with a loss of personal memories when these disruptions occur alternate personalities can emerge whether these new individuals are aware of the original person differs case by case the National Alliance on mental. Illness said often. These identities may have unique names characteristics mannerisms and voices according to the Mayo Clinic. Dissociated disorders usually develop as a reaction to trauma and help keep difficult. Memories at bay tree had seemingly separated herself from the real abuse that she'd endured by becoming someone else. Maybe this meant. She'd really believed her fingerprints. Were those of Brianna when she admitted them for a social security card or possibly it's simply slipped her mind that her prince were in the system from her arrest in Altoona but now the evidence seemed to prove that she was trivia thrown berry no matter how much she protested and inconsistencies in her own records as Brianna weakened her position even further for example she told authorities. Her birth year was nineteen eighty-one but her enrollment paperwork for Evergreen. High said nineteen eighty given gentry's testimony the photos and the fingerprint evidence. The jury didn't take long to find Treva guilty. She was offered a deal of only four months in jail. She admitted to the lies but she refused it..

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"treva" Discussed on Parcast Presents

Parcast Presents

10:21 min | 1 year ago

"treva" Discussed on Parcast Presents

"A year later. She showed up in Portland Oregon with a similar story but this time her father was a local cop. Another investigation was launched but again tree the disappeared before the matter was resolved each time she ventured to a new place. She presented herself as a troubled teenager at a local church. Knowing some kind parishioner would open their home to her. And when authorities or social workers launched deeper investigations into the tragic story. She told she board the next train out of town. She'd start over with a new alias and return to an age between fourteen and seventeen making sure to never reach adulthood with each move came a new high school a seemingly endless string of first days and each new identities origin story got further and further from the truth in nineteen ninety four when she was twenty five. She went by Carol. Leanna Davis while living in Quarterlane Idaho. This time she claimed her mother had been murdered and her father was a rapist and cultist a few months later. She arrived in Plano Texas. As Cara Williams she told authorities. She was sixteen years old born and raised in a violent abusive satanic cult. She said her father was a police officer in different suburb of Dallas and had murdered her mother. She was playing into the satanic panic narrative that was widespread in the nineteen eighties and early nineties. Many people feared underground. Cults were committing ritual child and animal abuse in the name of the Devil Christian fundamentalism and the media had already stoked. Fear of the occult with the idea of satanic ritual abuse really took hold when of phony psychiatric study on the subject. A book called Michelle. Remembers became a national bestseller in nineteen eighty. Though the events in the book were quickly debunked. More people were coming forward with similar stories. According to Asia with. Vox The investigation into these labyrinthine claims of satanic ritual abuse would send at least twenty six people to jail despite a complete lack of corroborative physical evidence for any of the claims tree those various backstories could have been an attention seeking behavior playing into the widespread fears of the time and when she told her mind boggling tales authorities listened closely took notes and made promises to care for the lonely lost girl. This attention was her only outlet to meet her emotional needs after tree described the horrors she endured in the satanic cult. People she didn't even know went out of their way to make feel special and loved a volunteer for the Social Work Agency even took her to six flags and on trips to the mall. The lies she told about her age. Were also significant presenting as a minor meant that Trueba could stay in the only familiar world that made sense to her. She could live in the structure protection of high school with a Guardian providing for her basic needs at home the pressures and independence of adulthood were put on hold. This may have been especially attractive to someone who was coping with childhood sexual abuse and who was then left to figure out her own way in the world after her eighteenth birthday instead of facing the future she remained a teenager hopping from town to town in nineteen ninety-five Suzanne. Arnold the Plano Child Protective Services Workers Supervising Travis case got a call from someone working at a treatment center. The caller had grown up in electra and told Suzanne. She thought she recognized twenty six year old tree but by a different name after this report. Suzanne dug deeper and compiled evidence including records photos and handwriting samples. She showed these two TREASA and demanded an explanation but tree. Us still swore she was sixteen year old Cara Williams. Suzanne didn't believe her trio was discharged from government supervision and found herself looking for a new city again. She arrived in Asheville North Carolina in June of Nineteen Ninety six. As Emily Cara Williams by August she had moved on to Altoona Pennsylvania. There someone spotted the name Suzanne Arnold written in her notebook and made a call to the PLANO. Social worker trio was tracked down and sent to jail for nine days for issuing a false police report against her fictional Tennessee father who she claimed ran a child pornography ring but she was back at it as soon as she was free. Her unique journey back in time took her to Louisiana. New Jersey and Ohio in Nineteen ninety-seven twenty-eight-year-old trigge arrived in Vancouver Washington posing as sixteen year old Brianna Stewart. She made her way to the glad. Tidings mega church where. She sought refuge as a runaway. A church secretary took her in and then drove her to evergreen high school to enroll her as soon as possible tree. Told the school counselor that she was a runaway from Mobile Alabama looking for her birth father. After her mother's murder she said she'd been home schooled and therefore couldn't provide any proof of previous education. No one questioned her age if she looked too old that could be attributed to what had clearly been a very hard life. Mental health professionals in Vancouver. Didn't know the truth of what tree had endured but they thought she might have Amnesia or some sort of post traumatic stress disorder because she seemed hazy about the details from her past. Ptsd can manifest in a wide array of symptoms including fear anxiety avoidance withdrawing from others depression suicidal thoughts and Amnesia instead of poking holes intriguing stories. The mental health workers reason. She may have been repressing traumatic memories. Her inability to persuasively describe her past actually helped her cover story tree was quickly enrolled as a sophomore. In the fall of nineteen ninety seven as usual. She stayed with families from the church in town at school. She joined the tennis team. Something that most of her previous aliases had done and sang in the chorus for the schools. Performance of Man of La Mancha most of the nineteen hundred students at the school heard about triggers life at one point or another so. They forgave her awkwardness. And the fact that she donned the same outfit almost every day. Baggy BIB overalls and pigtails. Still she caught the eye of fifteen year old Ken done. He first spotted her in the Sports Medicine Office. After they both experienced minor injuries in their tennis and football practices. They hit it off passing notes to one another until eventually tree invited Ken to attend Church with her. At glad tidings from that point on church on Sunday was a standing date when he got his license can took her around on errands and to the mall in his nineteen. Seventy eight Brown el Camino in coffee shops and mall. Food courts tree told can horrific tales about her past. She claimed she witnessed her stepfather murder. Her mother was raped by the stepfather and his friends got pregnant at twelve and was forced to miscarry despite the traumatic backstory. Ken Wasn't scared away by tree. She was a beautiful person who could recite scripture and Macbeth and she endured so much in his eyes she was perfect whenever green highs. Sadie Hawkins dance came around. Ken was delighted. That tree asked him to be her date. They both dawn overalls and red shirts a perfect match on the dance floor. Ken held tree by in his arms. Worked up his courage and confessed his love for her. She said she loved him too. They shared their first kiss and danced the night away. Ken had fallen in love. With sixteen year. Old Briana a girl who didn't exist and twenty eight year old tree was all too willing to play the part. In fact she'd fallen so deeply into character she no longer realized she was lying but her tangled stories. Were about to trap her.

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"treva" Discussed on Parcast Presents

Parcast Presents

08:06 min | 1 year ago

"treva" Discussed on Parcast Presents

"Hurt me. I'll be a good girl. Gentry's heart broke for Treva. It was clear that the teen was grappling with dark fears and impulses suicidal thoughts plagued her mind. According to a Canadian Institutes of Health Research Study Child. Sex Abuse Victims are much more likely than those in the general population to experience depressive symptoms. Ptsd and self harming behaviors and TREASA had no tools at her disposal to process her trauma. She and her sisters didn't even talk among themselves about what Billy Ray had done to them. So she channeled her trauma in unhealthy ways. Tree told Gentry wild stories of being forced into satanic cult rituals. She left notes. That said things like sometimes. I wish I were dead. Gentry was at a loss for how to respond to these stories and she wasn't the only one tree wasn't only lying to gentry. She was lying to herself and may have believed her own stories. She was on a slippery slope and it was a matter of time before trevor completely disappeared into her own fantasy world. Possibly for good coming up tree the vanishes and then turns up in towns across the country. Each time with a different name and a new harrowing backstory. It was all to serve one agenda postponing adulthood. Now back to the story after a childhood of sexual abuse at the hands of her uncle in nineteen eighty six seventeen year old treva thrown berry was living with her foster mother. Sharon gentry and Gentry was disturbed by the wild stories tree of spun about Surviving Satanic Cults and Ritual Sexual Abuse in May. Trueba told her school counselor. She wanted to jump off of the school's roof and kill herself. The police immediately intervened travel was committed to the Wichita Falls State Hospital. The hospital staff reported that she experienced more suicidal thoughts cried often rarely eight and spent most of her time alone. Her doctors and therapists weren't confident in a specific diagnosis but they thought tree might have a personality. Disorder like borderline or dissociate identity disorder according to the National Alliance on mental illness. People with borderline identity disorder have trouble regulating their emotions at are prone to impulsivity and low self esteem. Those with dissociate identity disorder can alternate between several distinct personas as a coping mechanism while her counselors continued to work out a diagnosis tree but participated in group therapy. With other adolescence she was prescribed benzodiazepines anti psychotics and antidepressants. Her parents came to the hospital wanting to speak to her. She agreed to a supervised visit but Karlin patsy provided no comfort instead. They repeatedly urged her to confess to lying about the sexual assault tree Refused she said they were the liars and returned to her room. They didn't visit tree again during her five months. Stint Hospital in October of nineteen eighty-six seventeen year old tree was deemed healthy enough for release. She didn't want to be placed back with their parents. But that wasn't a problem. They didn't want her back not unless she recanted her accusations. Instead she was sent to live at Lena. Pope home a nonprofit Treatment Center for troubled adolescence in Fort Worth. She still needed to finish her senior year of high school so she enrolled at Arlington Heights. High on May Eighteenth Nineteen eighty-seven she turned eighteen and in June. She graduated while commencement is noteworthy occasion for most teens for a foster child turning eighteen. It's even more significant. Suddenly they're responsible for their own education employment housing healthcare and emotional wellbeing often without the guidance of their former foster parent or parents for Tricia. It meant she was truly on her own. She could no longer live under state juvenile supervision and. She had nowhere to go her former foster mother. Sharon gentry said that tree couldn't envision adult life in a New York Times article journalist. Emily White wrote thrown. Berry was fixated on eighteen as some kind of rubicon. She could not cross. She didn't believe in her own existence after that threshold. The Autonomous University of Wavell Laon conducted a case. Study on a fourteen year old boy who suffered from excessive fear of aging. He too had a history of regular sexual abuse. According to the study it is known that when a traumatic event occurs distrust in the skills to face. The future is generated. The trauma triggers abuse challenged herself confidence to her core. She wasn't confident. In her ability to handle the pressures and responsibility that adulthood brings it was terrifying unknown. She didn't even know how to begin to face the challenge. She returned to Elektra for a couple of days but steered clear of her parents home. She met with her sisters and told them wild stories of satanic cults. She wouldn't meet their eyes when they urged her to apologize to their father. Tree then made her way back to fort worth for a short while before getting a job as a maid a rundown motel in Arlington but she soon lost her apartment and found herself homeless. According to the National Foster Youth Institute twenty percent of children in foster care become itinerant as soon as they turn eighteen she called her former foster parent share in gentry only once while living on the streets and that was the last anyone heard from Treva before. She disappeared without a trace. As time passed. Rumours circulated the trio was dead and her family had no reason to doubt them. No one had seen or heard from her in years. But in Nineteen ninety-one. When tree was twenty two she resurfaced. She was living in the town of Corvallis Oregon where she worked at McDonald's and stayed with family she'd met in Church Tree Vakili Thrown Berry. Smit and used her real social security number but otherwise she'd left her old life behind. She told people she preferred to be called Keeley. Smit added an effort to get her name. Officially changed told Corvallis police that she was hiding from her sexually. Abusive Father in Dallas. Police began the search for him but she skipped town.

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"treva" Discussed on Parcast Presents

Parcast Presents

06:42 min | 1 year ago

"treva" Discussed on Parcast Presents

"Tree the Throne Berry was born on. May Eighteenth nineteen sixty nine. She was raised in Electra. A small oil town in northern Texas. It was a friendly place where everyone knew each other and treatise parents. Carl and Patsy were well. Respected trio was the youngest of five children. Though they're small house was plenty crowded already treatise oncle billy ray would regularly drop in and stay with the family for weeks at a time. Billy Ray doted on all of the children but he took a special interest in Treasa. He'd bring her presence and taker for rides in his car. She was the youngest after all and when her older sisters all got married in their teens and moved out tree. Visa was the only kid left at Carl and patsies home but there was a reason her sisters married off so young. They were looking for an escape. Many years later treatise sisters said that they lived in constant fear of their uncle at night he would wander into their rooms reeking of alcohol and molest them. He warned that if they told anyone he'd have their parents killed leaving him in charge of the girls so they kept their mouths shut and got out as soon as they could but tree too young to leave home endured his full attention before we continue with Treva psychology. Please note. I'm not a licenced psychiatrist or psychologist but I have done a lot of research for the show. According to the American Counseling Association Childhood Sexual Abuse Has Been Correlated with higher levels of depression guilt. Shame self blame eating disorders. Some matic concerns anxiety dissociated patterns repression denial sexual problems and relationship problems. The ongoing violations sent Treva spiraling but she kept her suffering to herself. She was shy usually content to sit quietly and read from the Bible as a teen. She carried a copy with her to school and her job at the local drive in restaurant. When she wasn't waitressing she was honing her tennis skills at the old court behind the school but there were signs of trouble one night while her young niece was sleeping over. Teenage Treasa told the child that an armed man was in their house. The adults were woken up to search the house but there was no intruder. It's possible Treva had heard a noise outside the door and it triggered her fears of ankle. Billy Ray in psychological terms a trigger is any kind of stimulus that can bring about a memory or flashback of a traumatic event. These episodes can feel incredibly real to the person experiencing them in case. She must have genuinely believed billy. Ray was back to hurt her again. She couldn't talk to anyone about her awful experiences but she sought private outlets to express her pain. She had ready notebooks filled with sorrow for teenage poetry but her anguish emerged in other ways to Texas monthly reporter. Skip Hollandsworth said one Sunday at the PENTECOSTAL church. She stumbled to the front alter fell to her knees and began telling Jesus that she didn't deserve to live. Her outburst could've stemmed from shame related to the sexual abuse according to a study by candice firing and Lynn S Tosca for the College of New Jersey. The secret of context in which sexual abuse takes place condemnation of the victim by the perpetrator and explicit threats? To keep silent promote feelings of shame tree though was too afraid to tell anyone what was going on and the negative feelings were building in the devout teen your afternoon in. Nineteen eighty five. When travel was fifteen years old. She walked into the police station and said she'd been raped by her father. Carl at gunpoint. She claimed that her Mother did nothing but laugh when she found out child services immediately removed tree from her home and an emergency protection order prevented her parents from even knowing her location word spread across the small town but no one in the family believed. Treva. Her sisters stood by their father. Carlin Patsy said tree them made the story up and even suggested she take a lie detector test but members of Electra's pentecostal church where travel was very active. Said travel was scared to be at home in the weeks before she accused her father. If Carl didn't rape Treva it's possible. She saw falsely accusing him as a way to get away from her uncle. Billy Ray had threatened to murder their parents if the girls spoke out tree. The might have reason that accusing her father would remove her from the situation without jeopardising any lives and even though the charges against Carl were dismissed due to lack of evidence. She never had to go back to that house again instead. Fifteen year old tree was taken directly into foster care and was placed with Sharon gentry. A middle school science teacher in Wichita Falls. Gentry tried to connect with Treva. But she couldn't help but notice the signs of her troubled past she'd find Trina sleeping in the fetal position in the corner of her bedroom completely involoved by sheets and covers likely a habit she formed after sleeping in a home with an abuser reporter. Skip Hollandsworth wrote another nights. Gentry would find her banging her head against the wall murmuring in her sleep. Please don't.

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"treva" Discussed on Parcast Presents

Parcast Presents

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"treva" Discussed on Parcast Presents

"Picture. Murderer a gangster a thief. Did you picture a woman? We didn't think so- society associates men with dangerous crimes. But what happens when the perpetrator is female every Wednesday? We examined the psychology motivations and atrocities of female criminals. Hi I'm Vanessa Richardson. And you're listening to female criminals apar- cast original. You can find episodes of female criminals and all other par- cast originals for free on spotify or wherever you listen to podcasts to stream. Female criminals for free on spotify. Just open the APP and type female criminals in the search bar at podcast. Were grateful for you our listeners. You allow us to do what we love. Let us know how we're doing reach out on facebook and Instagram at par cast and twitter at podcast network? And if you enjoyed today's episode the best way to help us is to leave a five star review. Wherever you're listening. It really does help this week. In a special one part episode will cover the story of tree thrown bury a woman who ran away from home. She manipulated countless peers. Social workers and even police officers to secure a roof over her head and to prolong her childhood to those that knew her treed seemed like an ordinary happy child. Just a little quiet. But that disarming exterior hid a complicated troubled.

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"treva" Discussed on Parcast Presents

Parcast Presents

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"treva" Discussed on Parcast Presents

"She manipulated countless peers. Social workers and even police officers to secure a roof over her head. Her name is tree Thrown Berry and she spent over a decade of her adult life posing as a teenager in towns across the country. If you enjoy this fascinating episode on the many identities of tree thrown berry you should check out our female criminals podcast every Wednesday. We examined the psychology motivations and atrocities of female felons listened to female criminals. Free on spotify. Or wherever you get your podcasts. Due to the graphic nature of this woman's crimes listener discretion is advised this episode includes discussions of sexual abuse including sexual abuse of a child suicide and murder that some people may find offensive. We advise extreme caution for children under the age of thirteen it. He's nineteen ninety four twenty five year. Old Treva thornberry clutch. Her few belongings close as she exited the train and scanned the new towns landscape. She spotted a church just ahead. She could try their first. She tightened her dirty Brown. Pigtails opened her bag and shoved her teddy bear and her Bible into the Nook of one arm. She was trying to look as young and as vulnerable as she felt after hours on the train. It felt good to walk. She just hoped that Plano Texas about one hundred fifty miles away from where she grew up was far enough away. The oversized church doors creaked in mild protest as she opened them and walked inside. People were mingling before the morning service almost instantly. She caught the worried eyes of several parishioners. They approached gently asking who she was if she was all right tree. The said my name is Cara Williams. I'm sixteen my father is a satanic cult leader and he murdered my mother. I had to get away.

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"treva" Discussed on Can We Talk?

Can We Talk?

11:26 min | 1 year ago

"treva" Discussed on Can We Talk?

"The interview conducted by Rachel. Talbot was part of J W as documentary on Jewish women in comedy called making trouble. Trueba is a successful comedy writer. Who partnered with Jones starting in the early nineteen sixties? The depth of their friendship really comes through in this interview and as a counter to Jones public persona which was often critical especially if other women tree starts by explaining how she and Joan met when they were both fresh out of college and Joan. Rivers was still known as Joan Molinski. I had a friend than and Joan was looking for a partner and he and my boyfriend was looking for a partner so they found each other and it is Alinsky and Myers and so John and I started hanging out and like clung to each other like Oh my God this outside world but she was so smart. She was a better engine graduate and she had done it. This is on James. Joyce's you Erie. Smart she was mark and she was funny and she was in the Business Jonas to such a great combination women fringes of fringes thereof but trivia. Did something early on in review and she got picked up by the Carol Burnett show. That's right right and religiously you out remember that they've Louis Chicago somewhere. She was always. Her stuff was so head and shoulders and above anybody's truly above anybody's working that she was always picked. I from the group. She was always noticed. I at this at this point John. J-o-h-n was you're a change from Alinsky to radically change into rivers right okay. So that I really did over here the following conversation Gary Dino on the phone and he was he was talking about. You said no no. She's not like anybody. Stop asking you who is she is she like. She's not like anybody she's like herself and then he said and they wouldn't they wouldn't do it and he said dammit he said years from now you're going to be telling me get. Joan rivers type. Did I ever tell you know? Hey Gary Nardini agent totally how does that? How great is that? Which impressed me so much at her own apartment. And she was making it on her own and that was in a business. That's so difficult every woman so difficult and just an shoulders revenue. One of your books about how you became friends. 'cause you both understood what it was like to be female in the fifties. What was it like to be female? A lot of white boots female. Wait wait sort of white lipstick in the dark raccoon. Kinda is but we we met. I think at the beginning of the sick of the sixties. Really we're both nursery school. Yes yes yes. We met the beginning of the sixties and clinging on to you. Know to the periphery of the possibility. Of maybe maybe but there was also the thing that John and I. We both had the belief that it was going to happen. I think our whole group had that belief it was. It wasn't like if it ever happens. It was GonNa Happen Ready and you. You're not trying to be were. You may not have noticed. As a writer EPA chew was female comedy writer so Question Better. Course Joan would come to my apartment straight from her parents house and I remember. You always had a dime and you can use the phone. Nearly you leave the dial and I would love to remember that I said no no but I said Okay Day. John was a dime. I met such she she. She left her little her little dime and it was relocated All agent pray only always agents always here. Can I come down to this edition for that town? South of town. Telefe out the nightclub act which went well the the original loan we would all go to the catskills. Joan had this beat up car. That vaguely worked. I mean you know sort of sporadically and so we would go to the catskills and they were used to. You know so my wife. They were used to that. So here comes John and we have says hats and they've never seen you before I kind of and it was. He would just hate us. There were there. Were these old people all people very young Jewish these old Jewish people who were so sweet because maybe they had grandchildren like more something. They didn't want to be rude to. They've just kind of sit out like this is our fate. We have to kind of you know. Sit here and watch whatever is happening on the stage with these people one of the reasons they book because they had a car because with her having the car that meant that the agent could always say Joan could you bring so and so up because they don't have a car and the exotic dancer with the snake? The snake search your mind. Sure no problem the stakes in the back and so so she was the big. Wow Joan Molinski. Hyphen rivers has a car. So the car as a car So he doesn't have a car with dog acts and walking off but she hit early and she did something very brave. You were the first to go out to California. The Whole Group Has Joan and I were were both constantly fighting the idea that that a woman a woman is writing comedy and and Joan was was fighting that she doesn't do these old kind of stick of editor but she was doing more character stuff and do do the thing that I love. So much about your wig running his tell you that she wrote a joke for me that I still use to this day If God wanted me to cook my hands would be aluminum and toads me on the telephone. I remember calling her up and I said our guy wanted cook. My hands would be what the hands of course. Of course I still use streams joke at its truest joke. So great about the what about Phyllis diller had been around before you what was where people ever comparing Phyllis diller or they couldn't convey phyllis was so different phyllis was really you had venison. Phyllis was married so she could look income and I wanted to get married. I tried to look as pretty as you could possibly Charles and my pearls my little circle pin I was. There was two lives going there. You know if you're single and a doctor. Hey G later unfortunate role gay clubs thought so that was that was very nobody really wanted to be. Pr- pretty comedian. You're a singer you just don't you are pretty pretty here of humor. Well didn't help me go ahead a case you were pretty In in movies in movies on television were the had been and is now and will forever be up. Please start at at that time. In in movies on television everything the pretty one was the kind of you know and the funny one was the sidekick and so here's shown being the pretty one and the side kick simultaneously. I found that as a as a writer was very interesting because it was it was it was hard to write It was hard to write lead characters and make them really really funny in the thirties. They did it. But in the fifties and sixties it was always the kind of fat one who was the funding one. Or The you know with a funny accent was the funding. So here's Joan is dressed for for fraternity dance in her. Lovely black little sleeveless thing and with the pearls and showing a fund in the BOA Showbiz had a Bo tree. They didn't want to believe that you could be pretty and very smart very smart and very funny. It was a whole different kind of look to to what you expected to be. Competition among com. Extend your is still coverage. I mean I don't WanNa hear this nonsense. Oh good for Sarah Silverman please. She's taking bread out of my dog's mouth kibble out of his kid. Let my mouth that but I've I was tremendous competition. I am very competitive. I think that's why I was still doing at this age. Are you saying competitive or ambitious? I mean is it. Ambition Coming I WANNA knock this one out of the box or is it conversely I want to get ahead. I want it to be me. I wanted to be me rather than I want to get rid of him. I don't know about the other. I want to get rid of 'em be honest. Don't hold back. We're reading list more Vince. 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"treva" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"treva" Discussed on REAL 92.3

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"treva" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"treva" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

"You know, it's frustrating. How often Trump lies? But at least he has the courtesy to make all of these lies, easy to disprove, you know, like all of his life. You can just Google and the truth is the first result a lot of people don't know this. But I won best supporting actress in nineteen seventy nine. I'm pretty sure that was Meryl Streep that's my stage name Merrill, three. You're lying. No at gang. So Trump George Conway they're going out at hot and stuck in the middle of this brawl between ho boss, and her husband is Kellyanne herself Kellyanne Conway finally weighed in today, speaking by phone with politico and defended the president saying, quote, he left it alone for months out of respect for me. But you think he shouldn't respond when somebody a non medical professional accuses him of having a mental disorder. You think he should just take that sitting down defending Trump shouldn't take it sitting down? Well, I mean, Donald Trump, I think he's taking everything sitting down. The same person who even walks sitting down. I mean, that's what we're talking about. As much as we make fun of Kellyanne Conway, you've gotta admit the sucks for her husband is publicly beefing with her boss, that's not normal and on top of all of that. Everyone on cable news is trying to give her marriage advice. Would you be a little upset with your husband? If he did what we've seen from George Conway who would work for a boss. It causes your husband illusion her to millions and millions of people. I think it's probably hurting his wife's relationships inside the building. I cannot understand how you live in that marriage. And he walks in and says, I'm gonna hammer your boss again tonight in public. I don't get that one. I think she's doesn't have any choice at some point. She's going to have to decide between Donald Trump and her husband. This is not working out. Okay. Okay. Okay. That's just cruel. All right gossiping about who marriage that way. And it's definitely inappropriate. That CNN has a countdown clock to Kellyanne divorced not necessarily reading on this. Look. No discussion of someone's marriage problems should ever be on cable news. All right. It should be on. Dr phil. Which is why we invited him to the show. So we could talk about this with him. But unfortunately, Dr Phil couldn't come because he had some kind of mustache emergency. He said, so luckily, I actually have a cousin in Texas who is also TV therapist. So, ladies and gentlemen. Please welcome. Dr treva. To Dr for Trevor today. I want to talk about this whole brouhaha hall. The tweet kill George Conway and errs I like to call it a Menasheh Thuan doing. First of all, George Conway, you're out alive fell. Well, why don't you shut down? And just support your career is making her life, a living cook, pork, my.

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"treva" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"treva" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Here. We are. We just met an angel who adopted the special needs sunglass kitty, the people here are so committed and they are walking their top and coming up. We've got more to meet we're going to talk with Emily Chanel from bones, AP, bios, Alison arm, and Nick pine and the star of Hamilton's cats Treva Ganz, Eric B anthonys Riley, can you wait? Boy. Shit. Stay. We'll be right back after a short pause. Well, four to be exact. Molly. Here's your dinner. Don't let that happen to your precious cat elevate your cat's eating experience with the cat tree. Trae the cat. Tree Drake keeps your cats food off the floor. Ed, conveniently located on the cat tree. It's the perfect way to eat. It's a beautiful wrought iron trae that easily attach to your cattery keeps dogs and other critters out of your cats dish must for multi bet households. There is a six inch trae for large bowls and a four inch trae for smaller balls. Her is your cat. Treats rate today. Go right now to cat tree. Trae dot com. That's cat tree. Trae dot com. C A T T R E T R A Y dot com. Who the latest trendsetter saw in Hollywood tell about fiery centers find out who's been spotted with spot with and shopping for Gucci with their Pucci skill on all the latest celebrity pet pattern. Let's talk pets. Let's talk talk. Pat. Talk radio. Radio dot com. This is AJ Kirk and we're on a super smiley adventure. And we're back on a superstar adventure on pet. Life radio live on the red carpet in Hollywood at Hamilton's cats. Dr Agana a musical to benefit the kitty bungalow coming up, Emily day Chanel. Hi, mega radio. Asia. Yeah. So we're the Emily Chanel from bone. I how are you? I'm wonderful. So you on the show tonight. I'm in the show tonight. I play Alice Applebaum play a very rich donor to the pretend organization in the show and I have four daughters who I literally keep keeping on leashes. And I'm a stage. Mom, and I want them to be in the show within the show. So sounds like so much fun. It's a musical, right. Yes. For one. Yeah. Now is so fun. And it's got that undercurrent of humor running for a very long time. Congratulations. Thank you. It's over now for a year, but it's been, but I see it all the time. John young. Awesome.

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"treva" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

The Projection Booth Podcast

04:20 min | 3 years ago

"treva" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

"This is Ogden. It's could have been most Malloy killing our could've been Marlowe killing. But no, it was again like Stallone might show up later on on for nets boat or something I know Spinelli does. But. Yeah. Who cares really doesn't do it for me? I like the idea gender swapping to character. And what they turned that character into he's basically Madame Bronco Madam. But the way it's presented its so condensed that I felt like I was a missed opportunity. Yeah. I think this is foam is pacing is totally shit. I don't wanna say anything bad about Charlotte. Rampling I think Charlotte Rampling is a gorgeous woman, but she is not the level or the type of gorgeous nece, let's say that Claire Trevor was she is not the kind of woman that could have been manipulating all of these men just on looks alone. And she ends up being our fem fatal. It's kinda surprised. But when you that surprise happens is just like, well that doesn't really make any sense. I don't see how she is in all these places at once. And I don't see her manipulating these guys the way that clear Trevor could even the blonde from the falcon. Over. I think was a little bit more attractive, even though. Yeah, she was a pretty terrible actress I have to say at the end of the day. I think Charlotte Rampling can't could be believable as that character. I just think the way it was written. It's weird because they completely remove the an character from this. And I think it needed that additional female character for the mystery aspect of it because we just have that one female character while who else Vilma gonna be it's gotta be hurt. And yet, I don't think they gave Charlotte Rampling or her character enough to do for us to understand where they're going with that. Because I think rambling definitely has an actress, I think she's stunning. I think she she'd sexier than all hell, I think she has what it takes to make that character. Believe on the way that we're supposed to believe it. But the way it was presented edited down just kind of felt flat. I do like Robert mitchum in this a lot. He's great is my favorite. I don't know. Of all the actors played Marlowe, however, physically from reading books, he fits the character was described in my mind, like ice stats, the Marlow. I always envisioned was the way cause because Marla was described as tall. He's like six foot one. Whereas in the movies they've had short actors playing mostly right? I haven't seen that the Bashar Doubloon that one with with what some actor. I've never heard of before. I think his name's George Montgomery. Yeah. Although I love the Marlowe TV series starring powers Boothe. That was good coming step back a bit and talk about Clinton had good. She wasn't as 'cause of career as a pot of preparing for this. And it's one of the things that pisses me off a classic Hollywood narrow that many things that but cleared Treva play this film, fil character. Really? Well, she was sixty all help twenties later, she's playing g Robinson's shrew why into another town and. Character. The caught a is a horrible cliche. A middle aged women. And then she goes onto the remake of pick-up, look, south street, the cod typed out of playing the role that film redeployed in pick-up outsell straight. So as actors I thought in forty two ninety sixties movies. They really got a short shrift put into really nasty roles at done. Give them a chance to show. They experiences actors. It's a real tragedy of that particular period in Hollywood Israel thing. Yeah. Here we have mitchum being rewarded for being an older actor and playing Marlowe thirty years older or twenty some years older than Bogart was in Powell was Marla was supposed to be thirty three years old in the book. And here he is as a sixty year old man, nobody really bets they they re refer to age in. That's about it. You know, he'll maybe that's. Why the cut out the love interest? Perhaps. I don't know. But. Yep. Mitchum is rewarded import?.

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"treva" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

02:58 min | 3 years ago

"treva" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

"It takes a lot at this point for someone to respond to Trump news with, say, what. Like you realize the last time we saw are in hatch that confused he was taking over pair of invisible sunglasses. You realize that's how bad the story is. So now so now America isn't just dealing with hurricane Florence. It also has to deal with shit storm Donald. And while we have the daily show, don't know how to cover hurricanes. We are experts covering shit storms, but tonight's, we've got full team coverage of system Donald. So let's start with ROY, junior, who's over at the map? Where would you everybody. More. What can we expect from the shit storm? Trevor, if you would think in logging on the Twitter, you might wanna think again to Trump tweets, have already hit Washington DC and these category four category four to this is bad. Low level Kaffee shit right here. The entire east coast is about to be flooded deep in the bullshit man. I'm talking about real bullshit. My Sunday. You can expect Kellyanne, Conway coming out doing cleanup. Sara mass, how the president didn't mess up in Puerto Rico, because there's no such thing as a Puerto Rico, and you are racist for thinking that wrist Bullshits come, a man Kish family. Thank you so much. Now, let's turn to deshea lie. Who's tracking the mandatory evacuation of residents Desi how's it looking down there? Trevor the national guard is telling everyone to get out of cell phone range before any more tweets come, or if you can't do that, then just download enough porn to get you through the weekend, then turn your wifi off. Now, not everyone is listening. I spoke to one gentleman this morning said he's just going to hunker down and read the president's tweets. Trevor that man is already dead Franken show much those tragic. Let's cross live now to Ronnie Chang, who's actually in South Carolina in the middle of a hurricane. Trucks, Puerto Rico, tweet, head grade, huge backlash, even Republicans criticized the president saying, could affect them in the midterms. What I don't understand is why did you actor to record tweet actually, I don't know runny everyone else on TV up. Pretty cool how you insane. I almost crossed my poems rate. The wind blew raccoon into my ball. Kucuk we. Treva legal. Ahead like PayPal, oh, while running, I really feel you meant, look, we'll have to make sacrifices to report the news. Is that drinking? Yeah, but with no marshmallows sacrifice running. I'm able pay maybe next week. I review the apple watch from inside that act and Kato one in China. Every one we'll be right back..

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"treva" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

05:18 min | 3 years ago

"treva" Discussed on Double Toasted

"One eighteen limit thirty. What is going on everybody I'm scared of doing the kind of theme for the soda made at the beginning racist. I'm just going to say, what can this movie review Treva against. You know, you wanna hit a go. I wanting to go. I don't wanna do none of that in the movie they, but they can do that. We. Oh, this is just a beautiful of gone with Asian peoples, like the inward us come on. I think. Well, it's going to be tonight because I ain't going to too many ages look voters movie. Welcome to the show. Everybody the movie, the extravaganza critiques night. I'm korva Coleman over here. Got Martin Thomas. Ooh, how you doing. Tonight we do have a pool show, so you guys distract him because we had a screening tonight. One of the most, we'll talk about this evening, but that movie into kind of late. So we are starting kinda late and I know it's going to be a late night for you out there, but just stick with us because it's going to be fun. We have review of crazy, rich Asians, you saw mild twenty two tonight. We'll see if it's worth all the malls going up and hanging out with Mark and Mark. In his fucking bunch like funky bunch of government killed his Martin. You saw dog movie. I did alpha alpha and we got. We do have some trivia tonight. So please, if you wanna play, I can't go. Second week. We have a lot of riddles on your new, the realism, metoo man. I cannot go two weeks in a row otherwise, his his, his riddles in his trivia gives stocked up like he doesn't like wait. He just make keys making them every week. He will make them no matter what. So we're going to. I don't want him to waste his time someone to use this. Trivia, his fresh stardust amino amino, all, everybody man. What's what's? What's the? What's the other one? The meet up AP. Oh, which one tender. To tend to Tinder is my ass right now. What is it that you saw the Chicago? Oh, don't worry about. More with Dr. Ed emails and another some males we gotta do. But hey, you go, people are going to be a full night's please strap in some fun. You know, it's hump day a all the weeks almost with Yano had you know, you can lose a little sleep tonight. You know, Friday's almost round the corner. Spoken by somebody who doesn't actually have a danger. I get up at eleven o'clock everyday. Got so argument with somebody the other day was like, we'll make you don't really have a job. How dare you know you work. You still have a job that you go report to you work for yourself. It's not that easy job. It is a job who's gonna fire. You mar- you don't know how hard is working for me. Working with myself harm, man. Okay. Wait for the weekend just rolling. If you give Madame myself. Oh. No way I considered a job is anytime you have a set schedule and responsibilities to get that job done. That is a dumb. I understand what you're saying. I'm not shitting on your definition is a definition I'm just correcting. I'm just saying in the context. I mean, it is where you report to where someone else has control of your fate. Well, I mean that this is a job and I'm going to ask Mr. Colbert about that. This calming, no length. And Mr.. Goldman Marin said he say no job to him. Oh, yeah. When you go until you Mr. Coleman. He's not coming from me. But corporate didn't like you say. The skull was. You mean you know. Tell him to get him in. You know who he is when he gets like this, we got. We just lose as much. Like Cory, Cory, Mr. Coleman. We got Denise coming in tonight. Yeah, yeah. Oh, oh, that's right. She was that one of the movies. There you go. She's all dolled up tonight. She's those blossoms all over. Yeah. Yeah. Looking at the garden of the niece over there, how you doing. She bloom in look at it and she wanted to go see crazy rich Asians, though she say, can I review. Yeah. Well, we're done. That that's the thing we're really make the show along the naked noble. It hurts. I think the movie is very. We just going to be the rule, just let top. That's what I'm gonna take my shit..

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"treva" Discussed on Mostly Lit Podcast

Mostly Lit Podcast

04:54 min | 3 years ago

"treva" Discussed on Mostly Lit Podcast

"But then also when I'm at is in this fill in this book, I was reading it. You realize how much you ready set. I was like, you. Plan for their everything. Even grades he, he says, oh, I was like expelled. And then when he went Harry off in this book, why did you? Why will you expel? He changes the compensator. He says Doniger into that, right? No, not the first time. The first time he asked he actually changes the conversation. Yeah, and in this book and I was like him getting expelled. What's because of joy. I mean, and all the. And all the. Sharded in secrecy, and it's like at the end of the book when the end of the book when Harry was in the hospital wing and he's talking to Dumbledore and he's like, all. Why did he. Come and kill it? Why did he come to try and kill me? Like he said, he did. It needs to kill my mom said he killed my died because they didn't need to kill my mom to why was he come into me in the first place and to like, that is one question. You know soon, but you cannot tell you now. And, and that's what you find out in the book and you find these. Different things. And I was like, this. Amazing up every. Plot twist that the the book is never a much more permanent role than in the in the film he had. He was with them and everything like he's he was. He was accidental addition to everything that they would do it was there. Why are you hitting mine is that I am before I'm and hire became friends, but Miami's always, they're like, why are you always leave us alone? Quite Nasi to from what you from. I read. Nasty nasty because run just insecure, man. Man was like, he had to show that he was kind of like what was going on and comparison to everybody else. They're in comparative in comparison to. Miami coming from a muggle, born family and Harry, not knowing anything about magic run was the beacon of knowledge for the world until money came in with everything. With the facts and everything else. So yeah, I want to ask you about all the differences between the things that one in the book, but they're wearing the film, what in the film, but they were in the book. One thing that I found quite funny was like in the film because I like the first film I lived on the for her year of my childhood. I wanna watch it. I know everything about film, like all the words, everything say in that film. Some really funny that I was, oh, in the film Treva who is. Long bottoms towed. Medals potent? Yeah. Nevels tote and was always he lost in the on the train. And he was found while he was just like somehow on the stairs going into the like the costal, whether it gang sorted in the the book, probably on the train happen whilst they wear on 'em. Getting off the boats rhumba. Oh yes. Yeah, I happened getting off the bike, which I was like, oh, that's really interesting. And then there are so many things that are not linear like in the film, how mine is like how many comes into the the compartment in the toad twice because the first time normally come. She came in once and did everything from heavy sina toe to you've got something on your nose, but this time harmony came in twice. And then the second time came in with mouthful in the film. I don't think we saw mouthful in in the training. In the train. We didn't see mouth to cost. True. Hopping on the train, but in the book as well, they meet diagonally. Where they set up the idea that some families are better than others wash your name. Pedigree, kind of and how was being really kind of comfortable because he didn't know he didn't know anything. Didn't know whether his name would be good name. Harry was able to build his morality and his. I don't even think he's built high school because he knew that he was being tweet, treated bad. Living that he was just being oppressed and taking your online light, not likely do, but I think he had an in. He hadn't. He had a goodness in him. I quite liked that wasn't fed with anything because there wasn't in good around him to for him to to to follow. He was good, which are quite light..

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