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"vulnr" Discussed on At The Races With Steve Byk

At The Races With Steve Byk

04:26 min | 8 months ago

"vulnr" Discussed on At The Races With Steve Byk

"Patino in here as well. I mean it's I will tell you it's it's like the the lesson. The young kerry briones wrestlemainia here. He wants to be and and Then we throw in the oddball and mill morrison. But peter schwartz was sitting on. Never one to it so tug and they had some licensing issues worship of late. Scratch the morning of the race But they like this horse. I know Beautifully bread english channel. His full horse very unusual for trump jumpers But i know that mcneil mars likes this force a lot he was He was fourth at saratoga in early august and came back and i think he was. I know nail felt like he was sitting on a win an allowance race at saratoga when he was scratched the morning nose so he's in this and With a good shot. And and i think he's gonna love the distance during a quarter. He's gonna love the race track because of that slot to one to one over three hundred thousand on the slot so You know i wouldn't. I wouldn't count him. Although i i would recognize that vulnr- bucko and french like probably had the experienced the william intimate memorial followed by the lonesome glory about as nice away to move into the fall season. The last third of the steeplechase calendar from From thursday you'll then turned toward show downs and the fox field and charlottesville and then the attention doesn't have to wait until then but The anticipation for far hills Because there's also what you got Middleburg and and genesee. Oh to new york Western new york but far hills tober sixteenth. but this should occupy everybody's Interest on thursday we. We are so grateful to narrow you know for hosting. This was a very very important races on our calendar and In in the whole hour saratoga program is incredibly important to get it gives us great exposure to the thoroughbred racing world. And you know like. I remind people all the time you know. We're not a separate raid. Steeplechase horses a is a thurber to jump fences and To be able to be showcased places like saratoga. Donlon is incredibly important to us in greatly. Appreciate it sir. And i'm going to. I'm going to imagine The the the tv show Right it's going to be on. Should be on foxy i i'm i would. I would imagine. It's the only way i can race with included us. During the saratoga program I believe lies. Hendrix is going to be lined up to do the color commentary. She's the daughter and Merryman so She's young and she's and she's does a great job. She knows her stuff when she was talking about the jumper. so yeah. I'm hoping we're a part of that show. I would imagine. And it's a log show actually on thursday because churchill starts at five so The hybrid opening days at both the belmont and churchill. Downs kicks off with the to jump races bell. I really appreciate it. I wanted to get this in. Because i'm taking thursday off the holiday and I even though not supposed to. I'm sure i will be speaking in a look at the race..

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"vulnr" Discussed on The Non-Prophets

The Non-Prophets

04:06 min | 9 months ago

"vulnr" Discussed on The Non-Prophets

"So it's you know it behooves you to kind of think deeper and okay. We see how his followers have gravitated him because of his lack there. Better of charisma But you know how vulnerable was he a state that you know with. All of this happening drove him to pursue what he is currently pursued. Now and then this kind of leave me in dial back into a conversation. We had late june on this very topic about colds when myself and other host discussed The moonies the same kind of cult following growing in the state of texas in this compound the same type of Consistency you see as far as building up a colt and enlarging. They're following is that the vulnerability is there the hope and grasping onto that hopes. That feeling of having a purpose is there. And so you become so attached and so involved in so deep in it that it's hard to see yourself withdraw from it. Yeah that that part. And i think that that's what is coming said. This particular story about how now the followers have to have like a really truth moment because you know the person that they were with is now gone so and their second secondhand person and their third hand person has gone to so it would be interesting to kind of see how that plays out. Well people you know. We talked about some stuff today so we talked about how white evangelical are still loud wrong about vaccines mass cove in nineteen just about everything else. We also learned about breakthrough. Infections are definitely real but those who are unvaccinated are feeling the adverse effects of colbert infections worse. We also discuss how people still want to denote standing against racism as what those woke secular people do but we know racism is real and it should be fought against and we learn that jesus is no longer sparks stopping traffic but serving time in stead. Fo- everybody how how we feel in as we are wrapping up everything. Oh one of the thing that i wanted to tell the people that we do value your feedback so please tell us what you like. And what you don't like in the comics below in the comments below or you can email us at nonprofits at atheists that community that o r g so we're going to do like a quick on quick ramp quick ramp. Who wants to quit graham. Oh yeah. I'm sorry one more time at atheist. Hyphen community that o. r. g. Thank you for keeping me on point. So what we're going. Wrap nate five thousand three hundred children unmarked graves and residential schools. In canada. Up by accountable. Almost four thousand. Since i was about a since i was on about a month ago. We are up over five thousand now and we and we actually predicted that we we talked about that. The number is only going to grow. It's only on janna where you got honey medical professionals that are antibac- sers get out being way. Let the true heroes of this pandemic serve the people so we can get out from under this. Nd entail out at fail what you will personal thing. I have been talking about colds before. So i should know this but after Nate said. I will stop saying that. People who fought for coats are naive. I will start. Using vulnr- vulnerable vulnerabilities keywords. So thank you. I learned something new today. I'm glad that's what this is all about. This is why we do this because we learned something new today and you know what audience. I hope the to learn something new today and make sure the to continuously tune in with us. So thank you for watching yet. Another take another episode rather.

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"vulnr" Discussed on InnovaBuzz

InnovaBuzz

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"vulnr" Discussed on InnovaBuzz

"I love what you said. Earlier they offer trust to get trust or yeah Which is which is the vulnr- vulnerable thing right. Take the first step forward to to the line in the middle rather than wait for the other person and it is immune to your point. It is a risk you know when we do that. That other that other person might not meet us in the middle right wrist. So so yeah. I don't want to downplay the rescued. is there certain. Yeah yeah one of the things. I've learnt a philosophy that i've kind of developed over the years. And i think this is Giving without any expectation of something in return. So i tend to talk about this quite a bit in terms of the marketing The marketing journey or the customer journey and saying well. What can i give my the people who are interested. People have kind of taken a look at my website. For example. What can i give them. Just upfront thank dropping by. Yeah here you go and and if you don't have any expectation of anything happening in return then you don't get disappointed so it's actually a lot easier to give them. Something are treated as a gift. If you give somebody a boost i- gift you're not expecting anything in return and and the crazy thing is people sense that they will sense when you you know you actually being generous as opposed to giving them something with a calculation in the back of your mind as to. What's the return of that going to be. And so the results actually turn out to be a little bit or in that. And i'm guessing that probably applies to the trust thing as well. Yeah yeah. I mean. I would say that's another way to be vulnerable. Right is to give without expectation. Just like you're describing and also when you when you describe that it also makes me think about how how there's so much more on when we can act with each other you you mentioned like can sense that that energy right.

"vulnr" Discussed on The Twilight Zone Podcast

The Twilight Zone Podcast

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"vulnr" Discussed on The Twilight Zone Podcast

"Against sensibilities as Vulnr- and sailings vision though this doesn't constitute a weakness gains might be thought of as characteristic of all zones heroes his savior like quality derives not from extending a hand of friendship to admirable people which is easy to do but to the West no Passan however horrific exists completely. Apart from the community of men. There is no question that vomit is as bad as a person can be. Even he can't grasp why Ganz remains a loyal friend. Despite vulnerable condemnation of Jews has stereotypical Shylock's and Vulnr- knows from first hand experience that this isn't true he's been extended to most wonderful of all human gifts. Buy Guns on conditional low. I would ask you questions you just answer. Yes or no to the following you want the United States of America to remain free. Do you want owns infected with the Berman from foreign shores? Listen to this one. What a bunch of mongrels come over here. Go.

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"vulnr" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

Casefile True Crime

04:27 min | 2 years ago

"vulnr" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

"He is good at her into the house only vagina to run away and began to light of that naught four kilometers medes away deeply disturbed. Ralph prayed to God for guidance as the way he should turn for help believing he received any in Saudi Arabia to the Rock and backs. He phoned John and asked him to come over. Joan arrived at the Vulnr- residence at around eleven thirty PM. He into Leeann had participated in as many as twenty deliverance. As bodies talk and upon Sane State that Joan was in. John quickly deduced juiced that she was a victim of the money possession. He told Ralph that deliverance was no longer an option but a necessary action. In order to save I saw Rafeh grade and the two of them stayed awake all night. Praying for Joan and reading passages aloud from the bobble. The next morning of Saturday January. Twenty three Leeann Rockin back arrived and took her husband's place by joint saw Waldron returned. Home to the couple's children SHAEF owned other members of their circle to ask for guidance and assistance in praying for Joan at the top of her list was lay Clugston as seventy-seven-year-old Baptist who resided in the town of Rainbow. Fifty two kilometers north of Antwerp were the rock and bax conceited Laya to be something of a spiritual leader as she claimed to speak directly with God often consulting with Leeann over the telephone. Leah came to the conclusion that John was possessed by not one but ten demonic entities and provided provided advice on how to expel able spirits following lays instructions row findlay and had joined sit in a chair at one end of the kitchen while they said at the other residing biblical passages praying and asking junk questions while Christian music played in the background. This pattern repeated over the next two days Ralph deliverance sessions commenced during the mid-afternoon and continued it throughout the naught sometimes not concluding until five. Am Occasionally Jon. Rahm back would join them in person but other times they regularly called him for Voss along with Leah and several other prayer circle members after three days with no change in joins behavior. It was decided that they needed someone else to join them. And strengthen their efforts mm-hmm David Klingner was a twenty eight year old contract Haavisto's who had grown up in northern New South Wales. The nail lived in South Australia. He had attended attended the Rock and backs presser who on a number of occasions where he had become acquainted with the raft. FOMER as well. David had also met Joan own and already Hubbard some suspicions about her even before receiving ankles from Leeann Rockin back explaining that Joan was undergoing a deliverance. He had seen the vomits at a New Year's a prayer gathering full-week Soliah and thought that Joan had a blank expression on her face during the service at one stage. He believed he saw her eyes. Roll back into her head. From that moment he suspected there was a demonic presence in And Nail that had seemingly been confirmed when the group asked him to join them he felt. It was his duty to assist on Tuesday. January twenty six David made considerable journey across the state border to windward upon arriving at the property. He felt that the atmosphere there was locked. That ova quote spiritual battle between God and Satan. He prayed and and read from the Bible along with wrath and Lianne the trio maintained their efforts throughout the entire day and into Wednesday is well regularly checking checking in with their presser associates. According to David joined became increasingly verbally abusive and aggressive. As Tom.

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"vulnr" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

Casefile True Crime

04:27 min | 2 years ago

"vulnr" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

"He is good at her into the house only vagina to run away and began to light of that naught four kilometers medes away deeply disturbed. Ralph prayed to God for guidance as the way he should turn for help believing he received any in Saudi Arabia to the Rock and backs. He phoned John and asked him to come over. Joan arrived at the Vulnr- residence at around eleven thirty PM. He into Leeann had participated in as many as twenty deliverance. As bodies talk and upon Sane State that Joan was in. John quickly deduced juiced that she was a victim of the money possession. He told Ralph that deliverance was no longer an option but a necessary action. In order to save I saw Rafeh grade and the two of them stayed awake all night. Praying for Joan and reading passages aloud from the bobble. The next morning of Saturday January. Twenty three Leeann Rockin back arrived and took her husband's place by joint saw Waldron returned. Home to the couple's children SHAEF owned other members of their circle to ask for guidance and assistance in praying for Joan at the top of her list was lay Clugston as seventy-seven-year-old Baptist who resided in the town of Rainbow. Fifty two kilometers north of Antwerp were the rock and bax conceited Laya to be something of a spiritual leader as she claimed to speak directly with God often consulting with Leeann over the telephone. Leah came to the conclusion that John was possessed by not one but ten demonic entities and provided provided advice on how to expel able spirits following lays instructions row findlay and had joined sit in a chair at one end of the kitchen while they said at the other residing biblical passages praying and asking junk questions while Christian music played in the background. This pattern repeated over the next two days Ralph deliverance sessions commenced during the mid-afternoon and continued it throughout the naught sometimes not concluding until five. Am Occasionally Jon. Rahm back would join them in person but other times they regularly called him for Voss along with Leah and several other prayer circle members after three days with no change in joins behavior. It was decided that they needed someone else to join them. And strengthen their efforts mm-hmm David Klingner was a twenty eight year old contract Haavisto's who had grown up in northern New South Wales. The nail lived in South Australia. He had attended attended the Rock and backs presser who on a number of occasions where he had become acquainted with the raft. FOMER as well. David had also met Joan own and already Hubbard some suspicions about her even before receiving ankles from Leeann Rockin back explaining that Joan was undergoing a deliverance. He had seen the vomits at a New Year's a prayer gathering full-week Soliah and thought that Joan had a blank expression on her face during the service at one stage. He believed he saw her eyes. Roll back into her head. From that moment he suspected there was a demonic presence in And Nail that had seemingly been confirmed when the group asked him to join them he felt. It was his duty to assist on Tuesday. January twenty six David made considerable journey across the state border to windward upon arriving at the property. He felt that the atmosphere there was locked. That ova quote spiritual battle between God and Satan. He prayed and and read from the Bible along with wrath and Lianne the trio maintained their efforts throughout the entire day and into Wednesday is well regularly checking checking in with their presser associates. According to David joined became increasingly verbally abusive and aggressive. As Tom.

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"vulnr" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

11:00 min | 3 years ago

"vulnr" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Well had the giants held afford to leave yesterday in the eighth inning, which is kind of the game. They are literally tailor-made to win that is supposed to be the game. They win a two run lead in the eighth inning at home. They did not win. We'd probably be a little different about twenty to twenty seventeen split four with the baby brave. Instead, they are twenty one and twenty eight ten and a half out. And, you know, we inch ever closer to what they do in the future, and will pose all those questions to Henry showman here on the guest line. So giants Diamondbacks tonight. Drew up ju- Pomeranz. Robbie Ray Henry. Good morning. How are you? I'm doing I'm doing great. And it's interesting that you said they're ten and a half games out. I couldn't have told you that in a million years behind it. Soaks so unimportant, are they are behind the dodgers. I, I wouldn't have even known that. So props to you for looking at the right side of the standings table. Here's the big news, they would only be seven and a half out if they were in the east there in the wrong division. Yeah. That happens. Sometimes, we're living in a world of dodger greatness, all the way up until the last week of October. It's incredible best record in the National League. However, the Astros twins and Yankees, actually a better records them overall. But still, let's start with the headline and it's no you didn't cover the game. Yesterday was John shea. But the headline is Williamson fans five times and then go to the jump head Williamson fans five times in defeat and, you know, Henry, you've covered this thing since, you know, the guy was basically drafted, and the hope for the, you know, we can break out all cliches chili Davis is the last homegrown outfielder four a player Brett pill is brought up by Bonnie Jill. And I mean at this point, do you think yesterday if you had to guess what far in that crew are thinking about Mack was yesterday? A breaking point. Breaking point to me would mean that somebody is going to be up tonight. He's going to be DFA and, you know, like you said, I was there yesterday 'til I haven't asked that question I, I would call. I don't know what the thing just under the breaking point on the brink on the brink. Bring the rain, you know, maybe maybe, maybe, maybe his maybe, you know the our last straits running strays like sand through the hourglass. I mean he is so far off right now with his way. I mean when when he's expecting breaking ball getting fastball expecting fastball. He's getting breaking ball. And when he when he does expect that fall any swings added. He's not on time, and this is an interesting cat here because, you know, he's basically still here I think, because of five that five games last year. We all know that. And, you know, I think for hunts and good wanna give him a chance. It's my understanding that one reason they didn't assign a left fielder to a guaranteed major league contract for the whole year was they didn't want to put that world block in next way, you know. That's why you go out and sign up are of and bringing all these guys like Anthony Garcia and Henry Rama's, and all that, so that if Matthew didn't want to get back chance, you know, you wouldn't be. Yeah. You wouldn't have an out of Jones in the way, for instance. And so I, I don't know that for it's been fortieth our but thirty. Seven bats or forty seven right now. I don't know if that's the number or not. I think that's something that far hunt and poetry and all in the staff talking about it yesterday. Yeah. Only the only the fifth time in the history of the franchise going back to Benny kauf in nineteen eighteen Glenallen hill to buy the you've probably around for that one eight twenty ninety-five five Glenallen hill. Five punches. Yeah. You know asked me if I remember it now. Ninety five wasn't a very good year. Hey, Henry, the other obviously, you know you look in left field. You're like, well who else? And this, I guess, is going to be a litmus test of far haunted, and how he thinks that is Tyler Austin and I know he's he says he doesn't feel comfortable in left field, and it's like well, dude, grab glove because he does appear to have maybe the best raw power on the team will Clark was telling you yesterday. It's yeah, he does. But it's, it's all it's all facing left-handers on the if you look at his splits, I mean, not just as here, but this career splits, he strikes out against right. Handers almost half the time he does eat a lot of boss, right handed. I mean he is your classic you put it in there against the lefty. And I would not be I'd be stunned, if he wasn't in the lineup somewhere tonight after getting home runs the last two games, I would think he might be out there. And yeah, yeah you can. I mean, look, you see has looked very good out there in left field, but of the sixteen people who played left field at least one game since Barry Bonds left in two thousand seven. Sixty there have been some pretty raw defensive guys out there. And I think maybe a longer term solution is if they do decide to pull the plug on that. I mean Austin Slater would sit down to the minors, because he remade, his swing this past winter, the way backtrack tried to do the winner before and he was not ready for prime time at the end of spring training. You need it to go down and work on it in war on hitting with the new swing seen a lot of life. Pitching, you look at his numbers. He's crushing it now in AAA, and this isn't a guy who's this, a Mike Berber is crushing triple eight, you don't know what you know, if you do in the majors. Later questioned and triple, and we've seen today cher's. Yeah. Actually, I do. I remember ever nice bats last year. And well that's something to watch for sure. The other thing is I think coming out of this week, Henry doing that we do weekly check. We're one one start closer for Bumgarner every July thirty one is the obvious day. But maybe you trade them earlier, so that you get more in return. I don't I don't know how the trademark it works in terms of who wants him what they're willing to give up, etc. But, you know, another six hitting start yesterday, six truck outs hundred pitches. His era is four one oh if you care about those kinds of stats. But are you sensing that the the the the stove is heating up for Bumgarner? I think it's ladies, that's Marcus favorite words for yes. You know this time of the year on day twenty four if the giants on may twenty fourth, they have to win the deal that it's that simple. I mean you don't you know you have a whole bunch of teams who are out there might go after Bumgarner, July and create a bidding war. And I don't know that there would be a bidding war on. They twenty four teams wanna see, you know where there were they are, you know, the Yankees are great example that team that, you know, they're, they're doing exceptionally now they look at their rotation. You don't need a Bumgarner down the road. But, you know, we let's see how we're doing. We're winning without him. And let's see how we do. So maybe if there's a team out there that really, really wants them and really wants to get ahead of the pack, they're going to have to pay the prospect and young player demand that far Hans asking right now. And it would not be a it would not be cheap deal for the other team. Yeah, we're getting ever closer to. And speaking of which I believe, a week from today is the is the draft. I. Believe it's Friday June third a week from Monday. That's, that's a Monday Jupiter. Okay. So that means, yeah, we have one more show with you before we do that. But how much around that building are you hearing, the ratcheting up because here we go. I mean, this is we talked about the baby Braves and they're all their young talent. The giants got Joey Bart last year. You know they they and now they have a chance to get the number to ten pick. And so I mean you guys you know is there an obvious top ten top twelve top fifteen guys there, is there a lean towards a pitcher or position player or anything. Hip their words if their word that would never leave the real. I mean, this is one of those hyper secret things where team would even teams even put out false information, a lot of what you see, sometimes some of these not the rankings with mock drafts a lot of that is just misdirection and you see that, especially in the NFL boy, you see that a lot NFL but they do in baseball too. I mean and number ten number two like last year there were, there were like about three or four guys. Go number two Kasem is one Joey Barker's another and so on and so forth at number ten, it's not quite that obvious. And, you know, I I would if I guess my educated, guess would be that it could be a really, really good, you know, college pitcher or or high school pitcher because, you know, I think on and the dodgers, you know, picking up guy like a Walker bueller even when he was heard, I think that they would look for undervalued pitch. I think that's something that you can you can never have too much of. And I think I think fans and the media, you know, we all think, hey, you know what we need to find that out so that we need to find that next all star. So won't be forty years after chili Davis fifty years after Davis. But, you know if the best guy at number ten is, is this college pitcher that they really absolutely? Absolutely love. I think they'll know that with. Yeah. And we shall see these these picks that they made. No six of seventy eight. Oh nine Bumgarner Posey. Linda come that changed everything. So Bart in whoever goes number ten this your brother way shed up to Henry are California Golden Bear. Andrew von of Cal. I believe Maria creo high in Santa Rosa might be a top five guy, top-five guy. You know what this is something that drives me nuts because Cal guy here. You got a guy who might be a top-five dying baseball. I just read where Cal football players ranked second in in NFL salary right now. If you go by college, we never win anything. And even possible. I know I'm telling you got I think we swimming minimum swimming. I think yeah, yeah, that's a. Yeah. I don't even know that. That's I don't even scholarship sports. Yeah. You get some, some money for the guy. Yeah. Okay. Well, you know, I'm happy. I'm happy for the twenty really Dana vulnr- going into the hall of fame, I believe, right? Talking Murph areas. This is not this is not one minute at the end of the show. This is like a whole five days. Yes. What cal? Yes. Starting in nineteen fifty nineteen sixty year I was born you'll get. Yeah. Daryl Inhofe wonders? So there you go. Hey, listen, when you get to the yard today, the MAC, Williamson question may get some clarification, and we will talk to you next week Henry. All right. Take it easy. Henry showmen. He's got a team scuffling. Hey, on the other side. Do we have time to play the bohemian rhapsody? Also, am I just need to get this story out there? There's the most shocking global story you can read today. Maybe that's an overstatement but, hey, you'll stick around traffic,.

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"vulnr" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

07:43 min | 3 years ago

"vulnr" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And the East Bay will have rain, heavy at times on and off throughout the day. This is weekend edition from NPR news. I'm Lou Garcia Navarro. There's been a wave of anti abortion legislation this year in states led by Republicans this past week lawmakers in Alabama, and Missouri past some of the strictest laws regulating abortion in the country. Alabama's law is a near total ban on the procedure with no. Exception for cases of rape, or incest. Almost as soon as these as these new laws pass, they're put on hold by the courts, but supporters expect that their goal is to have the supreme court weigh-in and overturn Roe v. Wade Jackie forte of state impact. Oklahoma explains how some states are already preparing for a post ro world if the supreme court ever overturn Roe v. Wade abortion wouldn't simply go away rather the power to legalize or outlaw abortion would devolve right back to each individual state. Many states aren't waiting around lawmakers in New York, and Vermont, for example, have taken steps to ensure abortion, will remain legal and accessible if Roe is struck down and conservative-led states like Oklahoma are doing the opposite Republican, Greg treat leads the Oklahoma state Senate if Roe v Wade ever gets overturned, we won't be prepared. That's the nexus of this Bill. He's talking about a trigger Bill. The idea is that it would immediately criminalize abortion everywhere in Oklahoma on the day, that Roe is overturned that decision would be the trigger Elizabeth, Nash, tracks state legislation for the Guttmacher institute, a reproductive rights group, those bills are called trigger laws because the effective date is delayed until that court case comes down from the supreme court that rolls back abortion rights seven states already have them and Texas is thinking about it, but the most conservative anti abortion advocates don't like trigger bills, because they're too hypothetical. They don't do anything to stop abortion. Now, here's Oklahoma, Republican state Senator Joseph silk. It does absolutely nothing. And you can ask them, what does that do for the kids that are being killed today and this week in this year, nothing? Silk wants an immediate abortion ban with no exceptions for rape, incest, or life of the mother supporters of the banned thronged the. Capital in Oklahoma City in February. Exactly what it is. That total ban on abortion failed, but the trigger Bill kept moving forward in those protesters kept targeting treat and other Oklahoma Republicans accusing them in billboards, and flyers of not being anti abortion enough. Here's treat. I've been called every name in the book these past few weeks. Had my Christianity question I've had a member of my own caucus held a press conference and called me, a hypocrite today to placate the far right critics Senate leader treat is proposing something else an amendment to the state constitution. It would make clear that nothing in Oklahoma law secures, or protects the right who had abortion on the floor of the state Senate. Treat said it would keep the state supreme court in check, I ask you to protect us in the event that row ever does get turned over that. We're not stuck at another hurdle with the Oklahoma supreme court standing in our way supporters of reproductive rights don't like constitutional amendments because they're so permanent. They affectively tie the hands of future state lawmakers on the abortion issue, even if the views of voters change over time Democrats in Oklahoma opposed the amendment. But so did Republican lawmaker Joseph silk for him, it was just like the trigger Bill. It didn't go far enough. It's going to add on to that legacy that we're have of death and just status quo. Pro-life policy that does nothing for now. Oklahoma, Republican lawmakers have hit the pause button on the constitutional amendment. Bill, though, it'll probably come up next legislative session. If it goes through, then it will still have to go before voters as a ballot question in twenty twenty for NPR news. I'm Jacky forte in Norman. Oklahoma. This story is part of a partnership between NPR state impact Oklahoma and Kaiser health news in response to the state legislative battles many women who've had abortions have shared their stories, including actress, busy Phillips on her late night show on the. Network. Maybe you're sitting thinking, I, I don't know a woman who would have an abortion while, you know, me, I had an abortion when I was fifteen years old. And I'm telling you this, because I'm genuinely really scared for women and girls all over this country. Phillips went on to ask people to tweet their own stories on abortion and hashtag, you know me began to trend on Twitter. Hear the voices of some of the people who tweeted their stories and a warning, some of them are disturbing. My name is Lindsay Godfrey. I had an abortion. I just simply wasn't in a place motionlessly or financially, to take that on, and it was and still am glad that I had that choice because that's exactly what it was. It was my choice nine body. He know me my name is Justin Caselli. I was twenty two. My girlfriend at the time out. She was pregnant, and we were in no position to keep let alone have a baby. It was her decision. But it ultimately benefited me too. I know I'm far from being the only guy with a story like this. So I hope more men speak up has died. You know, me, I'm laid to Hong fincher. I've taken the plan, B pill, three times after botched condom news in my early twenties. One time, I was at grad student at Stanford and the university. Dr I refused to give me the pill until I told him if I got pregnant, I would definitely get an abortion. My name is Deborah. You know, me, I'm a nurse who assisted the second trimester abortions in cases of rape, and incest, my youngest patient was eleven years old. She was raped by uncle and came to the hospital with her, heartbroken mom, I still have a letter of gratitude that the mom wrote to me. Me. My name is clementine vulnr- addicts. This is the most vulnerable poem ever written. The poem is called to the protester outside of the clinic, who called me a murderer in ends if I could have spoken to that day, I would have told you that thing I want most in this life is to be another, but I know now that's not true. The thing I want most in this life is to be a good mother, and it wasn't ready. So I said goodbye. I thought that was the kind of thing, a good mother would do hashtags like, you know, me and metoo, and why I didn't report have driven conversation over the last couple of years. Writer Maya Kostov made this point on Twitter all the respect for folks using hashtag Unum me to share their abortion stories. I just wish it didn't feel necessary for people largely women to tear themselves open, and broadcast, and confessional is their trauma at times like this in order to make a point or be viewed as people, we think everybody who shared their stories with us..

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"vulnr" Discussed on I'm Missing Me

I'm Missing Me

16:58 min | 3 years ago

"vulnr" Discussed on I'm Missing Me

"Seed. But it's it's so freeing, and you know, it's interesting too because you could keep Prakash what wonder comes into your life. Now that you've let all that. Go. You know, it's funny. You say that because this last few weeks, I have really seen a difference in how I had I say this in how I am able to release a lot of my worry. And a lot of might Mike cares. I've been thinking a lot about surrendering. You know, maybe this is another topic that we can talk about another podcast. And I kept thinking what is surrendering? And I kept thinking to myself. Well, it's like sledding off your fears. You were raising your cares. And you know, let go of all your cares and woes as the old song goes it's more than that. I think so much deeper than that it's surrendering the old person. And that's where I'm coming to have been writing about that today. Actually, I'm working on another book. And that's what I've been writing about is surrendering the old person. So that we can be the new. New person the person we wanna be the one without the mustard seed hangups. Yes. That ties in with the book breaking the habit of being yourself. That's about surrendering letting goal that old person. Yeah. I wonder how many of us feel secure enough in our own bodies and our identity to let goal that old person. Pre scaring. I'm who you're going to be if you at the side, that's the that's the fun park. He get to decide who you wanna be right stink into that. 'cause I told you my Donald Trump story about how he made me cry for half a day. Yeah. I was thinking about Donald Trump. And how amazing he is at manifesting this. This was so clear made so clear to me today, as you know, how he's always talking about this wall. And he he talks about how the wall is being built in. It's the most magnificent wall, and it's the grandest Wallin's the best wall. And he talks about all this and people say will not be built that's a lie. But you know, what here's the thing that occurred to me today. Donald Trump is like the master manifester because he he when he says he wants a wall, and it could be anything. I'm just using the wall, for example. But when he says, he wants a wall. As far as he's concerned that wall's going to happen. There's no doubt. There's absolutely no room for doubt. He thinks it's already happened. And you know, what here's the best part? If you listen to Abraham Hicks. Yes. And they talk about these rockets of desire, so yes, want something, and you shoot off these rockets if desire it is created yes, Donald Trump has his wool. Yes. At cley that wall has been created. So when he says if is a magnificent wall, and he has created this wonderful wall. He is absolutely one hundred percent. Correct. Just manifested is yet. Yes. Yes. It hasn't manifested physically yet there. Whether we agree with Donald Trump in the wall. That's aside. The point is just act that he knows how to he knows how to manifest. Yeah. Love and more Hayden. You have to admire his ability. He does at and you know, he whether whether it's manifesting good or bad. If we want to categorize good and bad. We can do either we can manifest good or we can manifest. We'll do we do that every moment of every day doing it. Yup. Yeah. We're just not like masters like Donald Trump at it me. Right. We can be. You know, what though I think some of us really are master manifestos manifesting beds ship. I believe so I believe so. Yes, yes. Because we believe that the other shoe is going to fall just as Sean Lee oftentimes as he believes Arnaud is going to be my way. Yeah. I once. Yes. So we just have to take a page out of his book, and and say that you don't want. We're not going to believe that there's another shoe out there to drop that we've created the best dang wall that ever ever ever been imagined. Whatever it is we want whatever it is. It's going to be the very best ever an is already. It's already happening. Yes. And onto that feel it he's actually a little bit delusional. And maybe we should be a little bit delusional because he really believed he actually believes that that wall is up like he he thinks. That the biggest part of the wall is up and only I don't know certain couple miles is up. And but he believes the whole wall is up. But on a on a similar note. Have you seen Rene Brown's documentary on net? Flicks the courage something about the the power of courage now, I don't I haven't all my God. It is so good. It's an hour and fifteen minute documentary, and she talks about this waiting for the other shoe to drop, and she said that when Oprah Winfrey called Harrap to come and be interviewed on Seoul Sunday. She she got the taxi came to pick her up at her house in Houston to take to the airport fly to Chicago, and she got out of the taxi. She got back into our house. And she said to her husband. I don't recall what her husband's name was Villette. As name was David, David. I think I'm going to die because this can't be true. That Oprah Winfrey is contacting me to be on Seoul soul Sunday. And she said, I think this plane is going to crash on the way up there. She said, so I want you to promise me that. Here's a list of ten people. I want you to promise me, I want you to get married again. And, you know, have your family, but I want you to promise me that you do not marry any of these women these ten women on this list said it someone else he said for now. May get in the car and go to the airport. She said, I'm serious. It feels like something bad is about to happen enemy. I can relate to that. Something really good happens. I it's not totally conscious in my mind that I'm expecting something bad. But there's that fully ver- of it. And an apparently pretty pretty common. But she said told this story with such humor, you get a chance to watch it watch. It is. It's really good. So yeah. About the other shoe falling? It's how we think getting getting real control over thoughts, and realizing that they are lies that have been you know, what that have been programmed in us. It's sort of like, it's sort of like, you know, how they take people into a call in brainwash them. We've been brainwashed. Yeah. Yeah. Society. We've been brainwashed. And and I think I mean our schools do it. I mean, we have to be good good little girls. We, you know, have to look the way we've been brainwashed. And it keeps us in our place. It keeps it keeps us from rising up. It keeps us from you know, doing as much good in the world is we could do and in from fulfilling our mission. But we don't know where brainwash just like people in cults do not know they're brainwashed. I agree. Absolutely. We we are totally brainwashed. And how do we get out of that? Like, how do we how do we how do we? You know, I've struggled all my life. I've struggled with my weight since I was a teenager. And I spent I wasted a wasted. So much time and energy disliking, my body, Haiti my body, even and. My weight never stabilized until I stopped hating my body when I did I'm still not standing some as my doctor would like me to be. What I don't care. Because that's his story. That's his story. Yeah. I know that as soon as I get back on that diet treadmill or back on the I must learn certain way on must dress a certain way, I must present myself as a woman in a certain way, I'm gonna go back into that craziness and I'm not prepared to go there. You don't you? Choose exactly you do get to choose. And you know, you just asked how to how do we stop leaving the leaving the Kalt beliefs. Yeah. And one way is to start telling a different story. And actually Rene Brown talks about that too. Telling ourselves a different story. But first we have to be aware of the story were telling ourselves presently. A wish you do a podcast on a different story. Linda. Okay. Let's do that next time. I love that. I love to do that. A making a note right now. Okay. Telling a different story. I'm so I'm so Krisha tive of all listeners that are listening to this right now. I hope it is really beneficial in some way, I hope that somebody gets an moment. Yeah. Very well said that, but that's why we're doing it. Right. Just sharing our own stories. And no, I don't feel like I have all the answers. I certainly don't have all the answers. I'm just someone who's looking for some answers and find among willing to share them. I think that what we need to share our stories. That's a big thing with me right now. As is I feel like women have to tell their stories because there's so much power. But also tidbits of knowledge little a ha moments. Those little things that make you go. Oh, I get that. And that's in story. You can you can preach at someone. You can talk at someone, and you can have the most profound words and profound wisdom to tea, but I think comes across best stories. So yes, the be vulnr- vulnerable. See your story. Yes. There's hewing in there for us as well. When you tell your story young received healing as well as offering it. Yeah. That's group therapy. So good in support groups are so glad everybody everybody benefits from everybody's story. Yeah. I'll lend a thank you so much for sharing your story tonight. What we got a little bit deeper than maybe a little bit deeper than we sometimes intend to because we wanted to keep this a bit light. But I think it's important to sometimes go a little bit into that kind of thing. And not it's it's called the honoring the shadows stuff. Yeah. Bring the dark stuff. And and that's how we keep it white. That's how we be light within ourselves by. Honoring the dark stuff. So in our podcast, we plan on keeping a playful light. But can't do that on authentically without addressing the dark stuff. Yeah. Exactly. Because that it's gotta come through. Right. We've got we've got a share the real stuff as well. And and the point is that you can laugh about it. And once you've dealt with that, then it becomes just the story in just a story. Now, those that thing about the mustard seed for me now, it's just the story. That that's wonderful. Yeah. So mazing, well, maybe we should wrap up here. And. Prepare for our next podcast. Yes. And we're going to talk about telling yourself from story next time. Yes. Yes. Absolutely. I've got some stories to tell. Oh, wonderful. I can't wait stories now. Okay. Wendy. So we'll wrap this up for this session or this episode and hope that our listeners get something from it. And if you do have enjoyed at time, you get something from it and feel like you want to pass it on we appreciate that as well. Absolutely pass Assan share the love. And because I buy buy for now. Bye for now. Good night. Dr Wendy Nickerson is a licensed psychologist, author of wild women. Never get the blues and the founder of the Nickerson institute of integrated health training, a company dedicated to helping individuals and organizations achieve ultimate health and wellness to advanced mind body, spirit and energy mental health training programs. Dr Nickerson offers unaccredited end certified virtual live integrated health coach training program with the focus on holistic mental health practices. The programming compasses interwoven evidence-based aspects of mindfulness neuro science positive psychology, energy psychology, psycho, neuro immunology and cognitive behavioral techniques. Other aspects of spirituality in the power of our thoughts words and energy fields are taught throughout this program. For more information and registration go to Nickerson institute dot com. That's N ic-. E r s Owen I N S T I T U T E dot com. Dr Nickerson is also available for public speaking and delights in providing talks and presentations to your group or organization, she can be reached on our website at Nickerson institute dot com. Linda Simmons is a certified integrative mental health coach in an infinite possibilities trainer through her work as a women's empowerment coach, Linda works with women who are ready for and wanting to make powerful changes in their lives. She is a practitioner and teacher of changing thought and emotional patterns to create and manifest a life. N reality that fosters peace of mind, health and happiness. In addition, Linda teaches practical ways to make peace with life. No matter what circumstances. So that changes can occur that often are perceived as miracles. She believes it the hardest part for most people is to align with the healing energy. 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"vulnr" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"vulnr" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And yet in Los Angeles, the heritage and the history of support is for the Lakers too. I love that. No. I don't love that. In New York and LA, you're funny. They're the only two cities where you have multiple teams. That was kind of a weird notion to me growing up in Detroit living in Boston. And in Seattle you actually had to pick. I like our team. I like our positioning. You know, there's a lot of people out there in LA who are a little like our team resilient gritty hard working. And I'm proud of our team, and what it accomplished, and you know, next year, here's to being even better. And if we're doing a good job with beating all twenty nine teams in the league that must mean we're doing a good job beating the Lakers to I get gratification out of that who do you think's going to win the championship this year? Oh, come on. Man. Just ask you to get in trouble with other owners. Good adds to the the answer could be clippers. I'll remain silent on that point next year. Baby, go clip that Steve Balmer owner of the clippers of their former CEO of Microsoft, and now head of USA facts, we've got a link to the new twenty nineteen report here not dot org. C vulnr-. Thank you so much for joining us. Thanks, Jeremy, really appreciate it. And you're listening to here now. For military families clean and safe housing is not always a given couple dozen families. And I met a Camp Pendleton who are battling infestations. I wrote in bugs mold fungus mushrooms going out of the carpet inside the US military's privatized housing. That's next time on the takeaway from WNYC NPR. I. Stay with us for the takeaway. We'll bring it to just about twenty eight minutes..

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"vulnr" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"vulnr" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Welcome. Hi. Hey, how you guys doing fantastic? Good. This wanting to come in her you talking about Kamala, Harris and Bernie Sanders and the saying that films, and especially the Boston VeriFone vulnr- should be allowed. There is a vote. I don't really understand what anything or thinks. He's gonna gain from saying that, you know, come all she's going to walk it back play show. He does everything. But it's kinda funny to hear them talk. When they don't know they're talking points yet. So they kind of stumbled on it and and well. Why would you stumble on that talking point? Why would? Say it the what she hasn't been told. What to say? That's right. They'll come. In the same thing. All the media, all the Democrats. They gotta be to say since she's he's unsure what? I, you know, there is something you know, she she in her. We don't know if it is actually a retraction but in hers so-called walking it back. If that's what it was. She mentioned mentioned being a former prosecutor, and she's mentioned that before and Jake thank you for the call. She looks to get leverage on that. Well, wait a minute. What does that matter? If if you believe that those that those individuals, even the hardened criminals, you've already said should have the right devote? What's what's the point of using your experience as a prosecutor, right? You know? That's that's where she's she's tried to position herself as someone being in the center, and one of the ways to do that if especially if they've had you know, that prosecutorial experience high profile experience, they can they can they can use that the sender themselves. Right. Try and pull in people that support law enforcement while not completely alienating the entire community. She's failed time and time again, by the way, we still.

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"vulnr" Discussed on X96

X96

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"vulnr" Discussed on X96

"That's when you'll decide vulnr- of the day. So get ready to vote then for that right now, you're picking the champion of Brown to one two or three remember your candidate number the one you think should win put that single digit in the message of text and then text two three three nine eight six call Katie at eight seven seven six two nine six nine six. You'll take your vote or go online ninety six dot com for the boxes. Boehner voting April twenty six vote. They're reading hundred seconds round to here. We go. When Kerry Bill and Gina run out of things to bitch about we give you a one hour nonstop music wingding at ten AM on x ninety six. It's Friday to Sunday only shop JC Penney and save up to fifty percent spring style throughout the store. Wake up your wardrobe with select women's apparel from Liz Claiborne at forty to fifty percent off and check your AC penny app while it for an extra twenty percents off coupon anyway, you pay plus even extra fifty percents off select sharply reduced clearance items. So many spring station base to save JC. Penney for twenty six to four twenty four twenty five to five four ticket items in start only conditions. Exclusions apply. See store for details. Pros. No better quote start with lower prices and lower prices start with the Home Depot like competitive both price. Savings on thousands of products every day pressure treated fence pickets starting at a dollar sixty eight each when you buy in bulk, plus with volume pricing, you could save on any order in the store, totaling fifteen hundred bucks. Or more bulk press saving full job quotes. For better bids better start with the Home Depot. More saving more doing now through weights. First.

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"vulnr" Discussed on X96

X96

05:22 min | 3 years ago

"vulnr" Discussed on X96

"Three three nine eight six seven Twenty-three time for round one of your Boehner voting. This presenting to you now. Now, three new stories examples of bad stupid or funny human behavior, and you'll decide with your vote of these three candidates, which one is the worst which one deserves to go forward to Boehner fight and possibly become Boehner of the day if it wins here it'll go up against the winner of round two round two happens at eight twenty with three more candidates, and we'll take both winners and put them into Boehner fight at nine twenty. And that is when Boehner of the days decided by you, so pick your champion for round one. Now, two candidates now a third after the news once you've heard all three then you will vote one of you lucky random Boehner voters will receive are you starting to cramp up Bill? Yeah. A little bit been giving out a lot of hearty handshakes. These days I do exercises to keep my hand supple. Okay. More pickle, juice. So that it's a hardy Hinchey vulnr- candidate number one. It was a smoking hot deal. This is in Grafton, Wisconsin, a woman said that her SUV burst into flames twenty two minutes after she bought it and the used car dealership that sold a tour refused was refusing to give her money back. Does she drives it off the lot? For twenty two minutes. She's driving it and burst into flames. Oh, there we go. X ninety six dot com slash life images from the incident. Haunting reminder, Nicole breaks near death experience. How I haven't been able to drive suits. She said she was northbound on her way to pick up her kids when the Chrysler Pacifica. She had purchased at big bills auto in Milwaukee bills. Should I knew something was wrong from underneath the engine? It was just melting the engine which is making a melting out from underneath the car. She said the SUV began smoking she pulled over and approaching drivers snap. Some photos ranked got out seconds before the flames appeared near the wind sheep the car is a shell burnt-out shell. She said now, nobody had big bills auto would talk to reporters who stopped by all. I want is my money back. Said she'd saved for years to for two years to afford the vehicle. Well after some haggling on Thursday. She thought she said she thought she was able to get the dealership to refund the money two thousand nine hundred dollars. But now she doesn't think the funds were ever transferred. They said, okay, we'll transfer the funds into your account, but that hasn't happened yet. Officials with the graft and fire department said that they will be never be able to determine what really happened why the car caught on fire, and she MS brand is still waiting for her money voter candidate number one. What was the smoking hot deal? Boehner candidate number two. Women have to be more responsible. A Republican state lawmaker in Texas is reintroduced a Bill that would criminalize abortion without exception making it possible for women to be convicted of homicide and sentenced to death or having an abortion. Wow. Catch a state Representative. Tony tender Holt was placed under state protection in two thousand seventeen when he first introduced the Bill because of the death threats, you see his Bill earned its first public hearing this week, and he argued that his intention is to guarantee equal protection for life inside and outside. The womb is previously said that his proposal would completely remove access to abortions and force women to be more personally responsible with sex women women. Well, yeah, they're the ones who get everybody in trouble by getting pregnant. Women women right now, it's real easy. Tinder Holt said right now, they don't make it important to be personally responsible because they know that they've got a back of oh, I can just get an abortion yet. Because now that doesn't happen. No women don't have unprotected sex thinking if I get pregnant, I'll just no woman thinks that responded consenting adults need to be also considered the repercussions of a sexual relationship that they're gonna have which is child and women need to be more responsible for that sort of thing. Boehner candidate number two and then guy asked the question. So a rape victim gets a murder charge. Yeah. At least he's consistent cheese, owner candidates such a fallacy that women use abortion as birth control. We'll everything all of their abortion. Arguments are lies coming up in a moment. Boehner candidate number three, well, just work it out. All right. Boehner candidate number three for round one coming up after this big point, news and opinion window brought to you by sorry to yell so early in the morning, and you've found at the dance. Sorry, this apparently the Bill failed. He did it once before and it failed. He's trying trying it again. Okay. 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"vulnr" Discussed on World News Analysis

World News Analysis

05:10 min | 3 years ago

"vulnr" Discussed on World News Analysis

"You're listening to today. I'm going now. Global survey was happening around the world joining me in the studio listing good evening drawing. Let's start with Asia. So toxic smog in Thai capital city of Bangkok is forcing more than four hundred local schools to close for the rest of the week in a bid to protect the children official data showed trainees factory activity contracted for second straight month in the past January in Oceania. Australia's two biggest mining companies have issued a statement to support the call for an indigenous advisory body in parliament saying the country. It is estimated that ultra Australia's west coast will be facing hot dry weather over the next three months movie onto Africa. Nigerian opposition presidential candidates Atiku. Bacha says he will consider an amnesty for corruption set. Spats in order to help recover billions of US dollars stashed. Lebron's by the country's politicians more than one hundred migrants of believed to be missing and some thirty eight conformed dad's of the coast of Djibouti after two boats capsized turning to the Middle East. Saudi Arabia is ending the sweep ING crackdown on corruption. Without authorities. Claim has recovered more than one hundred six billion dollars through sediments was scores of senior princes, ministers and top businessmen in Yemen. The Saudi led coalition is set to be prepared to use so-called calibrated force to push the Hootie movement to draw from the port city data under a new sponsor deal in Europe Irish prime Minister, Leo Vara, DACA has told he's British counterparts. Theresa may. That's he will not accept her plans to renegotiate a post Brexit arrangements for the our border in the UK, Donna come out a by a. Industry trade body show. That's investments any auto Santer tumbled by more than forty six percents last year, a met Brexit fears looking to lenton America Argentina has reached an agreement with the European Union to end the dispute over experts of diesel from the South American country to the EU Venezuela's opposition leader one guy. Dole has held secret meetings was the military in a bed to win. The poured for ousting, president nNcholas Maduro and a funnel crossover to North America in the United States at least eight people have been killed in several states. As a result of a cold snap sweeping across the mid west. Stay in the country Foxconn is now reconsidering its plan to help revive US manufacturing say saying it's no longer expects to produce liquid crystal display panels at its westbound same plant. Thank you. Ding homedow- school will headline survey for today. You was president Donald. Form has caught intelligence agencies, passive and the eve on Vaughn. And also dismissed their assessments of the fret posted by North Korea. Trump to it'd be careful with Iran, perhaps intelligence should go back to school the test response came after a US intelligence report that vulnr- not making nuclear weapons. It also said that North Korea remained unlikely to give up his weapons stockpiles and production abilities, national intelligence director Denko's and other tatters chiefs, presented the worldwide threat assessment report to the Senate on Tuesday coats, also told the Senate that ISIS is a tent on researching and still come on thousands of fighters interval and Syria. However during his tweet storm, Trump said tremendous progress is being made against ISIS, and the cata fate will soon be destroyed was more on those were now joined on the line by Joe. Hi reserve fellow was Chinese Academy of social sciences, doc. Jonathan's joining us. Well, this is not the first time that president Donald form is at all was intelligence community. So this has become a new normal. Yeah. I think so from the very beginning of remember when Trump I took office in twenty seventeen he's one of his first stop was the IRA, and he gave a speech basically praising himself and by that time already. There's been a difference between him and the large intelligence community in the US, particularly on the Russia. Interference of American domestic politics issue and later on there are more and more differences emerging because Trump's foreign policy agenda, particularly America, first ideologies, very different from Washington established agencies. They collect information they have their own evaluation and old assessment. However, Trump based on his own political understanding on his and his foreign policy have very different conclusions. From those facts. So I think at this moment, you see that the difference is public and particularly in front of the new American Congress of that is a reflection of this. What you call it new normal..

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"vulnr" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

15:45 min | 3 years ago

"vulnr" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"But. That's the advantage of the situation. This was a layup for him. It's almost like he was a sleep at the wheel. I mean, I don't know if you sound is defeated. No, I think there's a chance at the first of all the poll just came out that showed by the way, the Pelosi's likability dipped in dip and dip during the whole thing. Yeah. Okay. Just came out. Of course, it didn't come out during the. But I just think the. Who the hell disagrees with him? Who hates him is going to listen to him talk about the border. I mean, the idea would be that. I mean, listen, you're, you know, supposedly, he ended the government shutdown. You know, well, I guess it was because the air air flight or whatever. But I mean, but, but if you if he wants to make his case about why this word walls necessary because the big takeaway, I recall from his Oval Office address was that people basically said he didn't make a good enough case as to why right now, we need a national emergency. And guess what you know here we have a actual perfect instance of guilt trip on the democrat quirky just said that the amount of drugs because of the opioid crisis has actually been increasing coming over the border. So that proves change. Right now is is what's needed. You know, what's funny is we everything that the Democrats used against the Republicans could use in right using the specter of legal migration sexual assault. He just racism happening. You know, he could use. They certainly a classism happening. And obviously the drug thing as well. I mean, all of the issues, right? You know, I was I was the only thing that can think of for blowback political. Blowback would be this. If somehow that raid and was hurt because of the government shutdown, Dan, you wouldn't want to call attention to it. That would be the only reason not not to sort of just at the very least comment on it and say, listen this all came about because we got drugs gushing in from Mexico. You know if. Yeah. To me. It's like it would unless somebody thought of that. And then went through it and said, oh, wait a minute. You know, this was botched because maybe XYZ, that's the only good reason. I can see sort of not commenting on it at the least isn't this all about sales. I mean, he's considered a brilliant salesperson of brilliant marketer. So you have to sell your idea. Right. And what better way to sell it than to lay a guilt trip on Nancy Pelosi, whoever else that you deem as your enemy in this particular issue and say, this is why we need this wall in your in Houston? You're with the officers. You know, you really making your case, it's visual. I'm sure Fox News would care kidding. He obviously would tweet it out. I mean, he's he's done this throughout the campaign. He did this throughout the campaign where he periscope out to his Twitter, followers and get millions of people tuning in. Now. Obviously, he's got his base that's gonna support him. And he's not going to change a lot of opinions. Right. I mean, the average person that how could just. At the very least he keeps saying that Pelosi apparently doesn't care about the lives of law enforcement. She doesn't she wants everybody to. She just doesn't care about drugs coming in halfway there. Last year is the right thing is to say Pelosi is it like he was doing last year is the friend of MS thirteen. I know right now, we're on to drugs friend of Amazon thirteen thirteen. I think that's what it is a phrase it like that. Because Democrats usually then say that was way out of bounds free to say because they have no way to stop it. It's vulnr- vulnerable. They don't like that can take the gloves off to go at her full force for some reason, it just she he'd never has anything bad to say about anything differently than she can absolutely destroy him. And instead of going back at Nancy Pelosi. He attacks Chuck Schumer Chuck Schumer is the third person on the date that the couples fighting in the third person. That's they're trying to order dessert gets face. Yeah. The little brother who. Yeah. Not your fault. You know, what he could use at least to create. Division and little chaos. I'm sorry. But Guinea hasn't been seen in quite a while. I don't know who Ginsburg. Oh, I thought you say Pelosi being a Guinea sap. I know. I know you looked at me when you said it. Yeah. I'm saying I'm just saying she is not where is she? She just had just cancel the mother appearance. Oh, gosh, not seen it. Can you imagine? So what does from doing with this? He's bleeding offers to nominate somebody more moderate that Amy Conybeare, and that's going to help him with his border wall. If they give no. Yeah. Well, I felt that some sort of negotiation magin that it's the Roe v. Wade Justice say, hey, you know, you guys are all for this area state is passing. Now's everybody now in forty five weeks to do that again McCain would not be happy. But. In public one way or another. But, but that's the you can do it in public. I don't think so that really. Allow that is eat half furry cat right there. The chair. Imagine that. I mean, that's something that I can even potentially see how about say. Hey, listen, Nancy working on infrastructure. And listen, I definitely think horse-trading guest X gas prices are low to guest is to twenty-five some places right now. Lest fewer. It's even fewer in other places. How's it going Tom Shattuck? I'm swell. How are you doing? I am. Well, I like that term. Well, I just finished. I just helped put the PO the fire out. There was a fire. Drums that I stuffed all of my vests in this morning. Guests Salim torture. So I hope this voodoo doll view Hiller. Someone. I thought you had another issue with the house, which seems to be endless amount of issues washer broke getting dishwashers five hundred dollars. Did did you is this house a lemon? I would say what's what's the worst fruits on? Lemon yellow jello. Hey, it's a lemon, and I stayed up. There's a new rodent, and I stayed up in the morning five AM I woke up and went down there with my firing iron shooting iron. And I waited for him in nothing and soon as I left here he is in the camera. What's Dave up to Davis sleeping like a baby, man? Oh, man. You should see the Z's. He's drooling out of the side of his mouth this thing. This video is running right past them. It's brutal. So yeah. Davis fired. Well, he actually I mean, he did do his job that one time asked to see it. It is I say. He's gotta be Marie sees it goes effort. But it's just too late. These guys stop feeding him stakes are we we have poisoned in the house now. So that's your regular at and probably not Davis kids. But yeah. So be it. I could get over whatever happens. I mean, not a kid not a kid the especially since they're all turning turning there, actually. Yeah. Getting turning well there at least at an age where they're instantaneous deaths would be more problematic than not that could cause a problem. Yeah. I think. UCF show up. We don't get any money. Actually, if something happens. Okay. Not that I've asked you know, life insurance. No, no house Anson doing is he'd been better behaved lately or is. He stays reschedules radicals manic. It's very interesting. He talks to me now. Yeah. It's odd. It's not even has a he even smiles sometime want something. Hey, I wonder if we'll get back to my buddy Schultz. Yes. Nothing. Well, it's interesting Schultz, by the way, we're getting those buttons to turn on Ralph the Mike how cool that guy is just a prop. That's appropriate works. Oh. But I mean. The one thing he has forum different than the fields of our is he's policy wise. Not totally insane. Totally. Yeah. I mean for him to come out and say that Medicare for all is untenable. And it's just too expensive is a rather cogent thing to say considering the field, you're well. I don't think you are the person he's going for. But I think that well, I'm more conservative Democrats are the people he's going for you know, what I mean? Yeah. But I mean who are the other democrat who's the conservative democrat. There is none. Because Biden hasn't run in Bloomberg's also running as an independent as it as well. So I I'm not sure where they're gonna fit. But I mean Biden. No, we don't we don't know anything about Biden any. But. Absolutely. That's the Bloomberg is is is it, I guess you making the point earlier this morning sapped at that. That's why they're doing this. They're not going to go left of left. Just too crazy down there. You gotta bring somebody who's going to do in the thing with shelters. He kind of understands how healthcare works because he does provide healthcare to three hundred and fifty thousand employees. So he knows what the costs are. Right. So more. So than Kamala Harris or Elizabeth Warner anyone else that works in government. He actually writes, the check for three hundred fifty thousand employees, which is pretty cool. And he's he pays them at least fifteen dollars an hour. But can you run the country? Like, you run your company, I'm gonna say, by the way, kudos to Liz. Warren throwing punches. Yep. Actually, I haven't seen this happen so bringing with Democrats since one thousand eight but Stephen with Hillary and Obama it was a weird during the findings passive aggressive too, much, more aggressive. This is crazy. Leave down. I like it. Yeah. And it's good look for her to it is I love it looks like to see it in person. I think that she was jealous. That commonly Harris he's getting all the attention. And she felt like she's got a rail. Now, she's got re-live billionaire. I love it for the for her to take down unconstitutional on her watch Tom Shattuck that was a little much, but. I don't watch anymore. Anyway. I mean your cell phone. In the apple watches, but not the real watches just tell him. He's going to stand on that one. Oh. Tom shattuck? So what we were supposed to be talking about this carbon charge. Can you hold that up? They don't take you. What? I sort of feel like. That marty. Here is crazy like a FOX, I feel as though, you know, why not charge all the people who are coming into your city. I mean, if you are depending on votes in giving me this is I don't want him to. But what I'm saying is if the guy is is thinking about reelection, right? He's not gonna make the voters who vote for him angry by charging people from outside the city. It's probably only I mean, certainly that's not going to hurt him. Yeah. That's a really good point. Hilary. Because I I mean, I live in Winthrop. There's never a traffic problem with Ripley's. Just not a lot of people. There are a lot of people come in and out now that I'm they're much more chic place to live. But revere the next city over which is like three times the size of Winthrop. They have massive traffic issues in revere because they're constantly building China bring more people in so yeah, you point being if people were coming into revere to shop, and I'm just using this as much smaller city than Boston. Yeah. It's not going to be a turnoff for the citizens of revere because they're not paying it. It'd be someone outside paying it. And I guess they would be paying it. Now that I think about it for the most part. I mean, it's the same thing with the meters to some extent. People who live in the city, they rarely probably have to pay a meter. Yeah. Yeah. I mean the site that they want to go to or they can take the tea which is trying to get more people. Obviously to take the this is something that's been done in London. Right. Yes. But I mean London is also twenty times the size of Boston. So. Yeah. That that's obviously an issue there here. I don't know if this is a solution without a problem right now. But you know, this is a gift to a joke. Erta Tony like everybody else. They do. I mean, this is crazy imagine that why is it gift to courtesy, Tony because more prohibitive? I mean now, there's no parking. If you do screw up and decide the park, we cost even more and more money. In now just to to travel. If let's say you have to travel Bosnian parking is going to be fine. You have a president sticker now. But still. Parkinson residence tickets. I know, but I mean, but no. But if if you if you live in Boston, if you live in the north end, and let's say to take somebody to chemotherapy is still getting hit with this thing. I mean, it's crazy. Longwood on there. It's just beautiful this committee this budget shitheads from whatever they are be you coming together and saying, you know, this is we found these ways to punish the people for coming in. Despite the fact that they're probably dealing with a serious medical issue display that one is brutal tables. They look at them. Look at them out driving around. They must love their driving and city, and they must be having a great, this is mindset. It's crazy. It's crazy. And I think it's already there's enough reasons never to come into Boston. The only reasons to come into Boston are really geological end stuff that was built around the bicentennial. That's it like the charm of beacon hill or the south end or restaurants, freedom trail, restaurants, gotta be a some shopping and restaurants. Remember, the old veterans are closing the new restaurants. You know, you can go to the attorney CC Oregon one out where only has it with his plenty of parking in trying to screw you directly. Right. Well, all the new restaurants are they're all new all new I've been to many of them the thing to the other ones are closed with Kurt. Tony though in Somerville is David square has parking issues. That are just major. It's also you have a two hour. Limit. Will you have a parking meter for two hours? And look if you're not the governor's mansion, no, it's not but say you say you shop the Davis square. I said it's not the governor's mansion. I was I was just saying whatever it's too long to explain. But I will say this that basically Somerville's, no. Circuits? I'll hold up. No. But Davis square, stole Harvard square lunch..

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WMAL 630AM

09:32 min | 3 years ago

"vulnr" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Over to NBC fake news fake journalists. Halley jackson. Vice president of the United States Mike Pence decided to sit down with NBC news. I I sometimes wonder but Mike Pence good solid steady guy. You know? There's this big fight over a couple of a couple of numbers. One of the numbers is four thousand four thousand is the number of people on the terror watch list that have been prevented from coming into the country or were prevented last year from coming into the country overall four thousand four thousand K, and that includes people trying to get on airplanes in London and a show up in their passport. Red flag. There denied entry the United States they come in a car in upstate New York from Saint Catherine's in Canada. They got to the border red flag. They're turned away because they're on a terror watch list, then the southern border. There's a separate entity all over the world, right? And the total number of people on the terror watchlist that we're caught at our. Southern border. We learned yesterday NBC news very excited about this total number of terror watchlist people that were stopped at our southern border caught at our southern border last year. We don't know, but we know for a six month period. It was for the first six months of two thousand eighteen. Our customs border protection. People caught six six one two three four five six people on the terror watch list, trying to sneak into the United States through our southern border there on the terror watch list. Now, how many got in that we're on the terror watch lists that we didn't catch and that's just again for six months. So let's say averages is one among federal southern border where a month we catch catch at our southern border on the terror watch list, if it's one a month that's twelve year that we catch. How many don't we catch? They may know they're on the terror watch lists. They may be up to no good. They're on the terror watch list after all so how many actually snake tend to the country because our borders wide open frontier, which is the way that the Democrats like him. The answer is we don't know. Then there's another number. This number is three thousand three thousand is the number of illegal aliens. That were intercepted at our southern border that come that. They they have an elevated level of interest, right and special interest aliens, they call them special interest aliens three thousand of those what is special interests alien are they on the terror watch list, well, not necessarily, but let's say you catch somebody hiking across the desert. Just swam across the Rio Grande there. They are in Texas. They got a backpack. There say there are two of them. They're males white males with blue eyes. Just kidding. But maybe they are let's say they're white males with blue eyes. You've got two white males hiking across the desert. They just sneak in and and it turns out there from Austria. I'm going to say they're from Austria, I'm going to pronounce it too. And and we say, well, why the hell are you guys sneaking in across the US Mexico border that is a special interest alien, let's say they're from Afghanistan and they're sneaking in across our border from Pakistan from India from South Africa. I don't care whether I don't care whether from what the special interest alien there are three thousand of those last year, according to the department of homeland security numbers four thousand total people worldwide terror watch lists prevented from coming into the country southern border in six months six on the terror watch list caught red-handed that's an a six month period. Assume twelve over the air based on that statistical model how many got through. Well, I don't know what percentage of people trying to get in do get it. That'd be the number that you would use to extrapolate just for a baseline for discussion. But the news media is all hung up on this, and what they're hung up on his all the White House. Keep saying they caught four thousand terrorist trying. Sneak across our southern border. I have yet to find an example where anybody said that and they're all these articles Huckabee Sanders said on Friday that four thousand tourists were caught trying to sneak across our southern border last year. I have yet to find the text and a complete quote where she said anything of the kind. But they did put out our NBC news obtained numbers yesterday saying that the number is six, and I was laughing at this because they're they're so dismissive of it the NBC people they were scuffing at the idea scuffing that any terrorists coming across our southern border say they just laugh, they say only six a paltry mere six were caught in six months, and then they translate that last year and they say last year because that's one way to make it dishonest or they're very excited. They tweeted out yesterday. New. Caps colon. That's the repository of all their wisdom US customs and border protection encountered just six just just six immigrants on US Mexico border. They're immigrants say on US Mexico border in first half of fiscal year. Two thousand eighteen whose names were on a federal government list of known or suspected terrorists according to customs border protection data obtained by NBC news making quotation marks with my fingers. And then the bottom it says only six immigrants in terrorism database stopped by CPI be at south. I think I mean to say southern border the low number contradicts statements by Trump administration officials. No, it doesn't I'm still looking for the contradiction because they've made it abundantly clear again. And again that and here's another tweet from NBC fake news. That should actually be their Twitter handle is NBC fake news. The low number contradict statements by the Trump administration officials, including White House press secretary Sanders who said Friday that C P B stopped nearly four thousand known or suspected terrorists from crossing the southern border in fiscal year two thousand eighteen now I saw I looked and I looked yesterday for the Friday statement. And honestly, I couldn't find it. The I saw fragmentary sentences that didn't say what they're pretending. I did see her being interviewed by Chris Wallace on Sunday where she did not say that. She used the four thousand number that's from around the world. And the news media was very excited because Chris Wallace chapter and said, wait a minute. I've researched that number we played the audio yesterday. I've researched that number and that number's from all over the world. And she said, yeah, that's what I said. You'd cut me off David let me finish my sentence. Well, this is a big thing with the Democrats are now they're pretending that and this is a big lie. They've shifted the narrative the discussion. And now they're claiming that the the Trump administration rather is saying there are four thousand terrorists tried to sneak in across the border. I literally I tried yesterday. I couldn't find anybody saying that that exact thing I couldn't they use it for thousand number that we stopped from coming into the country. And and then they say the most vulnr- vulnerable point is our southern border. So we'd like more security along our southern border. The Democrats would not like more security along our southern because they're racist. That's not really why. But I'm just going to say that the the real reason, it's probably more. Sinister than that. But this is this is where the stupid food fight is now in it's just stupid, and it's a food fight. And that's all dishonest about border security, and they they lie about everything. So let's go now to Halley Jackson who blinks and tweets and really wants to be in Hollywood, but couldn't make it. So she became a news person should have been an actress, but I ended up here, but I wound up here now, dirty laundry. She's she's about all that. So Holly Jackson is interviewing vice President Mike Pence, and he begins responding to her question when she jumps into cut him off to replicate. The Chris Wallace fact check from day before yesterday from Sunday. The only problem is that all of this is a lot of hooey because everything Mike Pence says is entirely true. You might be able to say if you're cynical that it's technically true. And it's only technically true. No. It's not only technically technically as a as a modifier of true. And it does not diminish. The fact that it is true. It is. Is true. What everything that Mike Pence says here is true? But then they call him a liar again, and again, and then they have a democrat come on a democrat Senator Chris Murphy who lies and they don't call him a liar. They they pretend he's telling the truth. So with blonde haired, Joe Scarborough and his girlfriend they that fraudulent outfit called NBC fake news. They have the vice president on. He says something true. They yell that he's lying, then they invited a liar on Chris Murphy, democrat, Senator Connecticut, he lies and they act like it's the truth. Right. Yeah. But was he morally, right? Alexandria, Cossio Cortez. So here's the question. Here's the answer and Mike Pence. It's just the the back and forth. Halley Jackson and Mike. 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Binge Mode

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"vulnr" Discussed on Binge Mode

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