35 Burst results for "W. O. R."

"wor " Discussed on A Way with Words: language, linguistics, and callers from all over

A Way with Words: language, linguistics, and callers from all over

03:35 min | 4 months ago

"wor " Discussed on A Way with Words: language, linguistics, and callers from all over

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"wor " Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"wor " Discussed on 710 WOR

"Murphy's mask mandate. Senator Robert Kennedy's widow asking for parole to be denied for Sir hands her hand This update from Jack Cronin. Sirhan Sirhan, who killed the senator and presidential candidate 53 years ago, received parole last month in San Diego. But the full parole board and the governor must still confirm his release before it becomes official, Ethel Kennedy says her family supports the decision to change his sentence. From the death penalty to life in prison. But she says Sirhan Sirhan should not be released or his widow joining six of their Children in opposing parole after two of their sons spoke in favor of releasing their father's assassin during the hearing in no time Mesa Jack opponent, NBC News radio. Despite the emergence of the mu covid strain, World health officials say that the fast spreading delta very it remains the most concerning coronavirus strain. Group says that more cases have been increasing in some South African countries, South American countries but are decreasing in other regions of the world, especially where Delta is already circulating. The agency currently watching four variants of concern, including Delta Alpha Both first detected in the U. K beta first detected in South Africa and Gamma first detected in Brazil, the organization keeping a close watch on for other variants of interest, including Lambda, first identified in Peru and the newest as we mentioned mu variant. And if you filled up your vehicle, well, you already know Here's a B CS area Al bigger. A lot of us filled up last week, with millions of Americans hitting the road for Labor Day travel, and it cost more than it did the week before. The Energy Department says gas prices rose four cents to a national average of $3.17 for a gallon of regular the lowest prices can be found along the Gulf Coast just over $2.80 a gallon while they're paying the most on the West Coast, especially in.

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Kaley Cuoco Files for Divorce From Estranged Husband Hours After Announcing Split

Radio Surgery

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

Kaley Cuoco Files for Divorce From Estranged Husband Hours After Announcing Split

"Kaley Cuoco and equestrian husband Carl Cook going their separate ways after three years of marriage. They released a joint statement on Friday, saying. While they still have love and respect for each other, they're going in different. Directions with no feelings of animosity or anger, and they won't be commenting further on the matter. It's quote goes second marriage ending in divorce. The news is

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'Unprecedented' NYC Subway Breakdown Sparked by Power Surge

Mark Simone

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

'Unprecedented' NYC Subway Breakdown Sparked by Power Surge

"Of subway service an unprecedented system breakdown. She's promising to find out what caused the power surge that resulted in trains coming to a halt and stranding people on the track, Governor Huckle says at 8 30 Sunday night, there was a problem that trigger the backup system. But when it switched back to the main system for an unknown reason there was a power surge. That impacted 83 trains across the one through seven and L lines with most concerning was the five trains that have been stuck between stations. This ended up leading to evacuations in the tunnels. Hogle says service was restored about 1 30 in the morning but could have been back sooner. If it were not for riders getting out of the trains and walking in the tunnels she calls the power surge unacceptable is ordering an investigation into the cause. I'm Scott Pringle

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Teddy Bridgewater Wins Denver Broncos' Starting QB Job Over Drew Lock

The WOR Sports Zone with Pete McCarthy

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

Teddy Bridgewater Wins Denver Broncos' Starting QB Job Over Drew Lock

"Starters have been named in the NFL Rookie and number one overall pick Trevor Lawrence will start for the Jags in week one. Teddy Bridgewater will be the starter for the Broncos beating out Drew lock. Since Peyton Manning retired. No team in the NFL has started more quarterbacks than the Broncos, Also in

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S&P 500, Nasdaq Extend Push Into Record Territory as Stocks End Higher

Mark Simone

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

S&P 500, Nasdaq Extend Push Into Record Territory as Stocks End Higher

"And durable goods orders that came out today. We're just mixed and so it didn't really move the market all that much, although we did see a move higher in interest rates as the stock market continues to recover both the S and P and NASDAQ pushing further into record territory. And the doubt also advancing modestly in the early going yields on the 10 year note hitting 1.31%. The dollar is firmer. That's putting some downside. Pressure on commodities oil just slipping a couple cents to about 67 50 a barrel while gold is tumbling $21 to 17 80 70 outs as we said durable goods orders kind of a mixed picture there as far

Charlie Watts: Jagger and Richards Pay Tribute to Rolling Stones Bandmate

710 WOR Programming

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

Charlie Watts: Jagger and Richards Pay Tribute to Rolling Stones Bandmate

Igor Vovkovinskiy, Tallest Man in US, Dies in Minnesota

710 WOR Programming

00:13 sec | 1 year ago

Igor Vovkovinskiy, Tallest Man in US, Dies in Minnesota

"The tallest man in the U. S. Has died. The family of Igor both go. Vince Key, said He died of heart disease at the age of 38. Seven, FT. Eight Ukrainian man moved to Minnesota in 1989 for medical

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New York City Officials Mandate Vaccinations for Public School Teachers and Staff

Sean Hannity

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

New York City Officials Mandate Vaccinations for Public School Teachers and Staff

A Mixed Box Office Weekend as ‘Free Guy’ Tops Again

Mark Simone

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

A Mixed Box Office Weekend as ‘Free Guy’ Tops Again

At Least 21 Dead, Dozens Missing in Tennessee Flash Floods

Balance of Nature

00:17 sec | 1 year ago

At Least 21 Dead, Dozens Missing in Tennessee Flash Floods

"President Biden promising to help Tennessee after flash floods hit the northern part of that state, at least 21 dead, dozens more missing, and Waverly, a small town about 60 miles each of Nashville. The flood wrecked homes and flipped cars. The commander in chief also sent his condolences to the families of those who

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Could the Afghan War Have Been Prevented?

Passage To Profit

02:09 min | 1 year ago

Could the Afghan War Have Been Prevented?

"Bowl duck is with us. Uh, Tori Richards Over at the Washington Examiner had a great interview with the Brigadier General, Sir. Welcome to the program. Thank you for being with us. She did 10 tours of duty in Afghanistan after 9 11, sir. I did from 2000 and 1 2013 10 tours and I lost 72 service members. I did not bring home So, uh, I have an idea what sacrifice was and you know the successes. And sad to see what we've done there, and I characterize it like you, sir, is an unmitigated disaster. Unparalleled political and military history to receive five bronze stars two Purple hearts Before retiring in 2017. You're running for the Senate in New Hampshire. It's an honor to meet you, General. I read your comments. I'll let you in your own words. You've described it. Similarly, as I have as an Adam shift show. Um, and that the and, you know, tell me if I'm wrong in my assessment that right now where we are today, I don't see any military option because we know what the Taliban will do with 15,000. According to Joe Americans, behind enemy lines or around 15,000. Well, yes, there's only one thing to do, and unfortunately, it's a U turn. I agree with your assessment on President Trump's plan. Um I also know that seven years ago, the Obama administration have and if I'm correct, the vice president was part of that made a terrible decision to change our strategy. From a counterinsurgency strategy. Bottom up that was being very successful and we did have a mark on the wall of 2016, where we would be completely done with the transition of that program and the Taliban and Al Qaeda we believe would have been successfully defeated. So when he says he never heard of a plan or sorrow plant he's absolutely wrong because as vice president last administration him Susan Rice, the president, the National Security Council The chairman of the Joint Chiefs, staff secretary defense and all the leadership in Afghanistan knew this to be true. And when we told him it was a bad idea to

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Cuomo Declares State of Emergency: Hurricane Henri Bearing Down on Tri-State

Always In Fashion

01:37 min | 1 year ago

Cuomo Declares State of Emergency: Hurricane Henri Bearing Down on Tri-State

"Hurricane on re is bearing down on the tri state with current models showing the category one storm, likely making landfall by early tomorrow afternoon. Somewhere along Central or Eastern, Long Island. Laundry is expected to come ashore with the sustained winds of at least 80 MPH with wind gusts topping 100 MPH. Widespread flooding is expected and Governor Cuomo declaring a state of emergency for Long Island, New York City, Westchester and the Hudson Valley Coastal Connecticut, also under a hurricane warning, including New Haven, Middlesex and New London counties. Earlier today, Cuomo telling New Yorkers in flood prone areas to evacuate If you know you are in an area that tends to flood if you know you are in a tidal area that tends to flood, if you know You are in an area that is subject to title surgeons. Get out of that area now, please. Widespread power outages are also expected in the city and parts of New Jersey. We're under a tropical storm warning and could see upwards of four inches of rain and winds hitting 50 MPH. Mayor de Blasio, announcing that outdoor dining in the city will be suspended tomorrow. The New York City concert in Central Park is going on as scheduled at this hour with Bruce Springsteen and Paul Simon. Among the headliners. A crowd of 60,000 was expected on the Great Lawn, with the mayor urging all concertgoers to head home immediately as soon as the concert

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Tropical Storm Henri Strengthens Into Hurricane

Radio Surgery

00:16 sec | 1 year ago

Tropical Storm Henri Strengthens Into Hurricane

"Will impact the tri State area from late tonight through Sunday, Maybe even Monday morning as well. There's a tropical storm warning in effect for the city of hurricane warning for the South Shore, Eastern, Long Island and southern Connecticut. Also storm surge warnings in effect for those areas as well. And a flood watch from this evening through Monday morning. Scattered

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R. Kelly's Former Employee Testifies on Day 3 of Sex Trafficking Trial

Mark Simone

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

R. Kelly's Former Employee Testifies on Day 3 of Sex Trafficking Trial

Rain Fell at the Snowy Summit of Greenland for the First Time

710 WOR Programming

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

Rain Fell at the Snowy Summit of Greenland for the First Time

"For the first time ever. Rain fell at the summit of the country this past weekend, roughly two miles above sea level. Temperatures rose above freezing for the third time in under a decade. It was the heaviest rainfall ever on the ice sheet, and the amount of ice lost his seven times greater than what is normal for the year. The news is

UN Report: Effects of Climate Change Even More Severe Than We Thought

First Morning News

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

UN Report: Effects of Climate Change Even More Severe Than We Thought

Majority of New York State Assembly Support Beginning Process to Impeach Cuomo

First Morning News

01:21 min | 1 year ago

Majority of New York State Assembly Support Beginning Process to Impeach Cuomo

"Andrew Cuomo does not resign, State Assembly members are moving to impeach him. Assembly Speaker Carl Hasty says Cuomo can no longer remain in office following the state attorney general report accusing him of sexual harassment. They go across New York four separate district attorneys now launching criminal probes into governor Andrew Cuomo after a scathing state investigation found he's sexually harassed 11 women and turned his office into a cauldron of fear and abuse. Not a single prominent New York Democrat, is defending the embattled governor. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi agrees. So does President Biden. Cuomo himself has not been seen or heard from since releasing a recorded statement more than 24 hours ago, and as correspondent aerial Reshef Mayor de Blasio again calling on the governor to resign. Here's more on that from W won't want to. Scott Brancaccio says Cuomo needs to end the agony that he's putting New York State through and end the pain of the women. He hurt. The mayor not impressed with Cuomo's explanation, following the attorney general's report, accusing the governor of sexually harassing women stop with this attempt to say culturally, Somehow he's allowed to do what he did. No, it's not acceptable. He needs to resign. Let's get this over with because the entire state has spoken now the mayor notes. He thinks he will work well with Lieutenant governor Kathy Huckle, who would take over Should Cuomo step down or be impeached. I'm

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Broadway to Require Vaccinations, Masks for Audience Members

The Clay Travis and Buck Sexton Show

00:13 sec | 1 year ago

Broadway to Require Vaccinations, Masks for Audience Members

"In the Covid fight continue to change with today's announcement that Broadway audiences must be vaccinated when shows resume in the fall and Mass will also be required. It was announced yesterday that Broadway performers and crew members have to be faxed. And on

Katherine Goldstein, Host of 'The Double Shift', on Building Audience Relationships

Podcast Movement 2021

02:41 min | 1 year ago

Katherine Goldstein, Host of 'The Double Shift', on Building Audience Relationships

"Podcast thing is in many ways still treated effectively as a broadcast medium. that's like this one directional pipe yet. that the listenership feels exceptionally I think involved with the hosts like the day. They may be feel more like a. They have the relationship even though there. It's not bidirectional all the time from communications out of. I'm kind of curious like given kind of the ways in which podcasting works like. What are those relationships. Look like with your audience like how do you have. You have that relationship with them beyond the financial. Certainly there's the financial membership side of things but like what what does a relationship look like with your audience catherine so this year. I feel like we've had some great breakthrough. We've had a membership program. Since we we started as an experiment in our first season in people signed up which is amazing. But we didn't really offer we're just like can you help us like we didn't really offer much by way of benefits but so one of the ways risk deepening relationship this year. Which has been really cool. Is that actually. We've had Listeners become guests and that has been really cool because We're always looking for a Surprising unconventional stories and for example we did a whole series on the true cost of the pandemic for moms in we It was a partnership with the guardian. We did a bunch of reporting and we did a lot of call outs to. Are you know audience and Two of the five people we ended up featuring wor listeners of the show one was a waitress in mississippi who had written me a number of times with different story ideas and i thought But then you know. She told me a bit about her life. And i was like actually. I think you're right for this story that we're working on and she. We ended up doing the whole episode about her experience with losing her job and her mental health struggles in getting addicted all these things that like but she very much came to us because she was already in our listener community in the other one was a young mom who was a new orleans nightclub worker and we talked about her career panic struggles and you know what what happened. We ended up featuring on the show as well so also when people hear that listeners are coming from the show. I feel like that they hear that a guest that they have curtis thirty minute episode within their emotionally vested in were listener who reached out that makes them feel like it's more of a two way street and that there is more potential for

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"wor " Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

06:42 min | 1 year ago

"wor " Discussed on 710 WOR

"Free it is the Jesse Kelly show. We still have to address the extra covid deaths. George Bush has some foreign policy thoughts. We'll get to that in just a second. Saint George Floyd's Muriel didn't doesn't look like it's gonna hold up at all. But first We were talking about how conservative people are in places like New York and California. I was explaining how blood red they are. When I was running for Congress, this group reached out to me and they flew me out to California. Malibu actually flew me out to Malibu drove me out to some big fancy mansion and I mean, fancy mansion. I've never been in a place like this in my life, but I had to act like I wasn't impressed. Oh, yeah. This is just like my summer cottage in the place had an elevator. It had an elevator anyway. They take me out to this fancy mansion, And there were all these super rich Californians out there Blood red, but because they have no chance of ever getting any elected representation. They fly in people running for Congress around the country to raise the money so they could go back and win in their districts. How crazy is that? That world exists? Back to your emails real quick. Dr Handsome Steel. What, Chris, I like that. That has a nice ring to it. In fact, Had some steel might have to be one of my dink things from now on, But when you're the show gun you can pick whatever nicknames you want. Anyway. What was the name of the book and or documentary about the German police battalion or whatever that was tasked with killing civilians in the town? I butchered that, But I think you know what I mean. PS toned down the handsome is just a little. Not all of us can be that good looking Okay? He's like I Sometimes I give out book recommendations. Not often, not your teacher, but sometimes they get out book recommendations. Go read ordinary men. The book is called Ordinary Men. It's It's a tough read. I'll tell you that much. It's about a bunch of just reservists, not a bunch of hardened SS Nazis. Just regular old fat, middle aged reservists, a bunch of accountants Who got tasked with executing a lot of Jews. A lot of Jews. And the book will walk you through the process about how they didn't want to do it and weren't comfortable with it. At first. It's but they went through with it anyway. And then by the end They're really, really, really comfortable with it. I tell people to read that book, Not because you need, you know item number 10,000 on your Holocaust was horrific list. I realized that everyone knows that I tell people to read ordinary men because it's a study in human nature. It is a study in human nature. Do not make this mistake. It's easy to make this mistake. Don't do it. Don't think about Stalin's communists, killing millions. Don't think about Nazis. Executing six million Jews. Don't think about Mao and all that death. Don't think about those people. And think about them as if they're monsters. They're people. They are flesh and blood. They are people just like you just like me. People placed in situations People who succumb to propaganda people who start to believe one lie and then another lie. And then this escalates to that, and this escalates to that Every one of those people, they're human beings. That's what human beings are capable of. It's why I rail against Communists so hard and why I try to explain to you America's Communists are no different than those murderers, freaking demons from China and the Soviet Union and Venezuela and Che and Castro and all the rest of them. They're all the same. They're all the same. You can think. Wow, No, they're not. They're not. They would never, they would never hurt people. Oh, yes, they would. Without hesitation. If they felt that they could if they felt the rule of law, the DOJ the FBI, a local district attorney, If they felt they could hurt you and get away with it. They would hurt you without the slightest bit of hesitation. How do I know that? Read History books, do you That's what human beings do when they're permitted, especially when they're twisted up by some sick religion. Like communism or Nazism. They hurt without hesitation. And at first, they may not like it, and then they start to get more and more comfortable with it. And soon it's all they want to do. Remember that? Monsters don't exist. These are human beings, every one of them. Got way darker than I wanted it to be headline. A P news. U. S overdose deaths hit a record 93,000 in the pandemic last year. I'm not going to dwell anymore on coronavirus Tonight, Anxiety railed against it in the beginning, and I went off about You're mad about inflation. Where you panicking about Covid. Were you crying for more covid stimulus pills? Where you all about lockdowns, So I'm not going to go into all that again, But I will simply say this. It's something I said in the very beginning, And so I have all the I told you so receipts. I said coronavirus is not only suicide for a nation of the lockdowns coronavirus lockdown to not only suicide for a nation They're bad medicine. If you're a doctor who pushed for them, you should be ashamed of yourself. We took people who struggle and people struggle, you know, and maybe you're struggling out there. I mean, hey, if you are, if you struggle right now, with alcohol or drugs or something like that, do me a favor. Set aside your shame. People struggle with stuff. I've struggled with alcohol several times in my life. No shame and reaching out and getting help get some help for yourself. Plenty of places out there can help you anyway. That's 12. We took.

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"wor " Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

03:21 min | 1 year ago

"wor " Discussed on 710 WOR

"Kelly show, and we are having a blast on and ask Dr Jesse Friday we were going over this story about the landlord, saying her tenants are terrorizing her. She can't victim Remember this eviction moratorium. Began under Trump. Obviously continued under Biden always sold by politicians as being the humane thing to do, Uh, We can't kick people out. Okay, well, Landlords are not all wealthy people. They have chosen to invest in a property. Most of the time they have chosen to invest in a property. And then they ran out, said property and they hope to have enough tenants in there who pay so they can pay the mortgage on the property while also turning a profit. If you have doomed a landlord with an eviction moratorium, then the landlord can't pay said mortgage when the landlord camp a, said mortgage The bank ends up a little short on funds. Now, if we're talking about some major bank chase or something like that, At the end of the world. Thinking was standard. The huge institutions can withstand losses like that. But I think we would all be in agreement. Whether you're a big bank. Small bank credit union guy we want as many as possible, right? We do want choices. Well. Banks don't make money. By just letting your money sit in there, and I know people love to hate banks, but Banks aren't charities, either. Banks exist to make money. They take your money. They loan out, said money, and they anticipate getting a return on that money with interest paid. That's how they make money. If a small bank small credit union Stops getting that money. A bank can go bankrupt just as easily as any other business. They don't get to look around and say, you know, I think I'll just take all the cash in the safe deposit box to cover the bills. That's not how that works. We are going to have another banking crisis on our hands. If we continue this eviction moratorium because these landlords cam pay, therefore the bank can't make ends meet. Therefore, the bank closes Again. R coronavirus response was so idiotic. It was so unbelievably idiotic. All we did was kick all the pain down the road and made all the pain so much worse by shutting down our economy. Oh, my God. Hey, I ain't doing God. Murphy. How are you doing Touching? You're having my family. In the meantime, you're having all kinds of other bulls. No, no, I'm not drunk. As a matter of fact, Put your mouth on. You can go. So how's that? Gone? You know why? I don't need a mask because there ain't no From me like the Trump. All right. Trump likes.

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"wor " Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"wor " Discussed on 710 WOR

"People that had already passed the checkpoint area running. Staff and your three loud pops back, you know pretty much and sequence back to back. There was definitely a heavy police presence outside of the airport. As a result, passengers had to be rescreened after being bank allowed into the terminal. Well, a 13 year old boy seriously hurt after fireworks hit him in the face last night in Deer Park. It happened outside of the home on Arcadia Drive just before 11 o'clock neighbors. Same illegal fireworks have been a chronic problem on their street and neighborhood with little enforcement. Cops say no one has admitted they bought the fireworks. They continue their investigation. The city, throwing a big parade on Wednesday to honor essential workers during the pandemic. Concetta Benzo Venga of the New York City Transit Museum, says transit workers will be riding a vintage wooden train just last used during a ticker tape parade for the Mets in 1969 to have subway workers aboard this classic car. It's just really a gift and truly the least we can do. The parade will kick off at 11 A.m. at the battery and proceed up Broadway 14 floats for the event are being assembled right now in Clifton. Search efforts continue at the Champlain Towers south and Surfside, Florida nearly 12 days after the buildings partial collapse. Rescuers demolish the rest of the building remaining structure. Last night, authorities explaining the remaining building was becoming increasingly unstable and also posed a significant risk to search and rescue teams. Miami Dade Mayor Daniella Levine cava updated the death toll from the collapse just hours ago. We have recovered Another victim. The number of confirmed deaths is now 28 with 26 identified 191 accounted for and 117 unaccounted for, and making headlines Tonight he made some of the biggest movies of the seventies and eighties. Director Richard Donner has died more from a B C's Jason Nathan since 1978.

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"wor " Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"wor " Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"So the mobster held the flashlight on the phone as he installs the bug. I was like, Dang, that was crazy. I mean, that. Can you imagine Because he's going into this violent criminal that has a reputation of being a very violent mobster and he's he's putting a bug in the guys. I just had that blew me away. I was just like man. I couldn't help thinking there were two mob guys who narrate throughout the film. And at the end, you find out one of them, you know, was a stool pigeon. One of them got 10 years in prison, but now they're out free A CZ. This documentary is being produced. And they talk like the quintessential mob guys. Every wor se ze film you have ever seen. If he makes another one. These two guys should be in it. So the best Mafia movie of all time. There's no contest. Godfather one into the absolute best. Second place is so far behind. What's the next best? Dave? I know which one I'm thinking of. Well is the Joe Pesci fellas. Goodfellas exactly. Read nine months in a class of its own? Yeah. I don't think there's any doubt now. I was thinking about what other mobster movies I like I went through a period of about six years were literally everything I read was about the Mafia. So I when we were watching this, it was like all of the various books that I'd read about each family. And and how they all came to a conclusion. We're kind of all put together for me, but you know what's interesting, and I think in a cultural kind of way. The Italian were. They were an oppressed group in the sense that you know we don't hire Italians and they were a segregated group. But they created their own economy using the Mafia. And now so much of that we never think of Italians is being violent mobsters anymore. That stereotype kind of has fallen by the wayside. What other marginalized groups have kind of picked it up, and it's almost like OK. What do we need to do to get everybody respectable? So we don't have any of this any more? I don't know. Why are we? Why are we so fascinated with movies like this? And why do you find yourself? Rooting for the Mafia. When you watch these movies, that's kind of a problem. We'll continue this conversation. And if you guys have seen fear City feel free to call in 33713 80. We'll do that when we get back, cause we're up against some of us pay attention to the break schedule, Mike Rose and some of us do. Someone knows how to read a clock. Yeah, I know. I'm like I'm right there. What do you got for me? Season? Wicked. Okay, we may have seen the pictures of that smoke blocking out the sun from some of the city's on the West Coast. I'm gonna have an update on that What's going on out there? And just when are we going to be getting back to pre pandemic normal? And what does that mean? I'll tell you a 2 30 on KO news radio, a 50 A M and 90 for one of them. Can you believe.

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"wor " Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"wor " Discussed on MYfm 104.3

"Remember way wor SE rules, So just go I wish I could see you again. How is that good for you? Now new to you. Wade. That won't get you, friend. More music, more variety. No. Doesn't seem to be anyone. No Beating up is.

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"wor " Discussed on The 6 Figure Developer Podcast

The 6 Figure Developer Podcast

08:17 min | 2 years ago

"wor " Discussed on The 6 Figure Developer Podcast

"A tech journalist software engineer entrepreneur show host of F, Five Live and editor in chief of plug. Hits Live Book Scott thanks. It's a good to be here. So Scott before we jump into Zaman. Would you just give our listeners? Maybe an introduction to yourself Tell them how you got started in the industry. Sure. Interestingly I went to a tech, high school and the two things. That I got into Wor TV production and software development. those are the two passions that I picked up I decided that I hated the TV industry. Because the personalities, they're just not. For me and so I I went down low software, path and You know fascinating. Lay here we are. Twenty later and I'm sitting in a studio. that his mind. Where I produce my own seven or eight shows. In addition to being developed her during the day so so I got into it, because a high school and a dislike for TV production, and it has all come around full circle to this conversation right now. Okay, so yeah. Talk to us a little bit about What what it is that you're doing with all these shows and and plug hits live and everything. So, so plug live. A Kind of a big family of content and our flagship shows five live refreshing technology. were on Sunday nights at nine, PM, Eastern and. I based on that smile. I'm guessing you've got the joke. Not Everybody gets the joke that the five key is the refresh key in the browser anyway as we talk about gadgets gaming internet media. My Co host is the editor in chief of Tom's hardware, Abram Belch and he will talk about trending story from Tom's hardware from that weak a review that they've done or are working on. They'll do hands on with new products. Things like that but we also do shows you know we do a lot of product reviews ourselves, so we do on boxing We do how to on how to use them stuff. We had one product. That had that. We talked to at the gas and. It turned out. There was a big defect with the line, and we somehow became the voice of the product. It wasn't intentional, but got email from museum. Hey, just videos gotten real popular. So you know we? We do a lot of that stuff, so we had to do some how to's on how to use the product and you know? We have a show about high school robotics and all kinds of stuff. Anything. That's tack probably falls into our family. Very very interesting stuff. Where do you find time for all of this and a? Career in software development. Yeah! If you knew the other things that I've got going on, you'd be even more surprised. I don't know. To be perfectly honest I I don't know how it all happens, but it continues to, although in fairness I was. Unlike events I was getting a little burned out this year and I was thinking i. don't Really WanNa do any events during the middle of the year, but I don't want to disappoint anybody. Oh well. That one accidentally solved itself. But but yeah, sometimes I get a little burned-out. Either from real life, or you know things around going on in the world last weekend, we cancelled our show because. Tampa was on fire, and my mind just wasn't on it. By you know in in general I find it fun. I actually feel weird when I go a week without doing a show because we don't talk, so that kind of thing can be energizing, so that helps. So, you got a chance to work together on a project not too long ago where we were working on a couple of different applications, one of them, being a Amarin mobile application, and that's the topic of today show so. How did you get involved in started with working with Zaman so I've always had? An interest in. Minimizing Code. Whatever that happens to mean to somebody at any given time and when the idea of cross platform I started off, it was in Java, script and html, and that is a sad world to be in and so I was constantly on the lookout for. Something that was compiled and proper and then I saw you know. Mono had always been on the fringes but had never really. Had a full development environment around and when Zaman put. A full environment around it. I'm like Oh. This is the place Yeah I've tried other I've tried other ones. There's A. One that I feel like starts with an M. but I no wrong because at Monaco There's another one that's gaining steam right now, That's fun to play with, but I still think Zimmerman is probably the most. Robust of the technologies, but I've just. The ability to reuse your ninety percent of your code, Ninety five percent in the project and worked on together. It was one hundred percent of the code between. The android. It's hard to. It's hard to pass that up to. To be able to fix a bug one time guarantee that you're you're users are all having the same experience. It's hard to pass on up and it seems like ten fifteen twenty years ago, even the the promise of cross-platform in. Mac and windows world with things like Java, where it was. Right once and test everywhere, because inevitably not everything worked appropriately out of the box across the multiple multiple different. Oh, S.'s it seems like. An all depending on what Jaydee was installed at Oh. Yeah, so it seems like the that mobile is is the new. Cross platform headache, or or has been in the last few years. The the new cross platform headache is Zaman. Enough to to get us there to to where it's not as much of a headache these days, and maybe actually taking a step back. What is what does Zaman get us? In. What is the the promise there that that helps alleviate some of those headaches. At at. Its very simplest. Zamaran gives you the ability to have one core library that can be applied to multiple. You is Zamaran forms which is. USED TO BE THE secondary cousin of Zaman, but has taken over as the as the primary focus of Zaman ads on top of that the ability to create one you I that then applies across multiple. Device platforms and device categories because you know with forms. Sure we usually think Iowa's an Android, but you can deploy to Tyson and Wairoa, s and apple, watch, Os and Apple, TV and Samsung Smart TV. Yes that's just a huge category. of of devices you can build once and deploy to of course windows and Xbox are obviously in that. Oh and Mac. Mac Os in that makes two so the ability to to build. For the most part build a single you I.

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Mark Simone

22:13 min | 2 years ago

"wor " Discussed on Mark Simone

"Going on they will get to. We'll talk about the. Police defunding police a little later. What really? Is the smart thing to do this. Do you understand this Atlanta police? Department story exactly what that was all about. Anderson Guy The guy was sleeping in his car in a Wendy's right, but in the driving's a window box blocking the drive through cops gave him a breathalyzer. All that stuff apparently was really drunk. There's no way you can let him drive and they seem to be calmly. Talking. For, about a half hour. They give Breathalyzer Imola stuff. He's clearly very drunk. At one point he says. Can I just leave? My car here walked to my sister's house. Now WH-! I would think he'd let them do that. Leave the car there, but what's the problem? They're worried that he'll walk away and come back and get his car. I add something went wrong there and at some. The. The question is I mean. Do you let somebody who has clearly failed sobriety tests leaf and say don't worry about it. Well the problem is they didn't catch him driving drunk. The catch him sleeping in a car trunk. He could claim well I. Don't know I guess he's. I guess they're gonNA arrest them now for drunk driving right so we decide to arrest him and then they take out the handcuffs. Apparently, that's where everything went crazy. And then he ends up getting shot and killed a sense terrible. The COP has been fired. Even the police chief is gone. It sounds terrible, but if you look at the video, he punches the COP at one point first of all, you can't resist arrest. It's illegal and if you're gonNA, resist arrest. You can't punch the. He punches the COP. And at some point steals a weapon off the cops belt. It was his Taser gun and he runs away now. The COP is chasing him with his Taser. By the way, this is not good for tasers. Because let's keep trying to hit. The guy with a Taser doesn't hit, so doesn't say much for these tasers. So at that point you seen the video. The COP pulls out his gun and they start shooting. He ends up killing the guy which that seemed like the The bad unnecessary part of all this. If a guy is fleeing New York, they have certain police rules that you can only shoot if he's fleeing like three things of murder this, you can't shoot somebody fleeing drunk driving, so the COP is you've been charged already, or is he about to be charged with murder He's probably. GonNa get shocked. He's just been fired. Yeah, so he'll probably get charged. It doesn't make much sense why he was firing The whole thing looks horrible a. I mean it's the crowd went nuts. The crowds came back. They burned down the Wendy's So it's been a horrible situation Atlanta, dismay in Atlanta had gotten a lot of credit for doing a great job of containing things but it. We'll talk about a little late in fact, Kelly will be. Here's the best police commissioner in the world We'll ask him about that and about. defunding the police in about what needs to how you fix these police departments. What could you really do? We'll get to all of that coming up. check out the web page a lot of good stuff up there. Have you been following this Howard? Stern controversy. Yeah he's got a problem. He's got a huge problem. Howard Stern. There's video that's come out of him from years ago, but it's the most racist stuff ever broadcast. He's using the end word thousands of times, but it's beyond that it's the most racist stuff ever. everybody's picked page..

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Mark Simone

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"wor " Discussed on Mark Simone

"Governor Cuomo apparently just found out about this Friday didn't know this was going on. It's been going on for weeks and there's. There's been no spike as he's reported no spike not to mention protests of thousands of people crammed together, and in a protest there screaming, which means droplets of flying the entire time, and nobody's gotten sick so I. I don't know what his problem is. He started threatening everybody yesterday. You know he does this. They used to call it a daily briefing. It's basically this pontificating lecture where he just lectures you for an era. Did you notice this fascinating? Nobody carried it yesterday. Really I don't know who. We thought he was talking to yeah. When the first few weeks they would interrupt the Sunday shows on. CNN ON MSNBC channel to channel four channel five channel seven everybody would carry the cuomo briefing. Yesterday began a few weeks ago. CNN MSNBC stop carrying these briefings yesterday. They didn't carry it and nobody channel two-dozen carry gentle four channel seven..

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710 WOR

11:16 min | 2 years ago

"wor " Discussed on 710 WOR

"And the first shall be last and our con invasion the rise fall in return of the net for them as an engine nepheline theorist rob brings a unique and often on heard perspective of the UFO alien discussion as such he's become an internationally recognized public speaker on these subjects often appearing on paranormal in prophecy talk shows and as a featured keynote speaker at conferences all around the world but he's here to talk about the flat earth theory and he is the author of testing the global satanic investigation rob Skiba welcome to coast to coast AM how are you I'm good Richard thanks so much for having me on let me ask you right out of the issue here is the term flatter through a set a derogatory term me or am I can I use that what it is universally understood to be a derogatory term hi all right yeah I mean who hasn't said that in a minute we thought stupid ignorant retarded you know they could take a word you know since you're flattered there but if it's accurate for somebody who believes the earth is flat right it wasn't meant in the pejorative I just I just wanted to be a clear all right so when did you first begin to suspect that the earth is not a sphere not not a glow but rather a flat disc sure at first light and of the kind of damage to the lap at your opening monologue because you sounded very much like I did the first time I interviewed letter it almost the exact same words in that moment for me was April thirteenth two thousand fifteen I was headed down to do my taxes my characters lives an hour and a half away so you know I like to listen to podcasts pass the time let not and there's a few of my go to places that I'll go check out and there is a a show called right radio and the guys there kind of goofy fun loving guys and I figure all this because they had a title but Ruth clues with mark charge they should be good mail me like an awful joke or something right chill or listen for an hour and a half beginning I had the exact same response everybody else wins first when they first hear about the subject this is crazy this is stupid who know what what we settled is five hundred years ago I but I have to say about an hour and a half into it after you know getting almost to the end of it I was like sure the guy coming looks of sent some some things and so I did my taxes got back in the garden of their own after that again well if you could get when I went online and March had to put out a bunch of videos for like ten fifteen minutes long call flattered clues on you too and so I think they're like ten of them out at the time so watch them all and at the end of his videos he puts his phone number and contact information contact this guy so I contacted them and he was very gracious to come on my show three days later April fifteenth two thousand and fifteen and that is that's the date and now we're affectionately referred to as the day marks are to ruin my life but I started the interview very much the same way you did in it somewhere at some point during our talk he challenged me you said all right well I get you believe yours as well hi but do so without using NASA the government or the military or any other organizations from other nations that might be comparable new without using them as your source but it's just interesting challenge because all the information we have about the globe is coming from those sources from there number one you said we've all seen the pictures right especially the famous picture spent on all of our techs looks from taken from Apollo seventeen nineteen seventy two that picture was hanging up on my wall actually with wallpaper for almost my entire life growing up so I had that the my face my pretty much my entire life but as soon as you start looking into images they'll say images not photographs of our you'll you'll see many times in the fine print but it says this is a composite image this is an artist rendering this is speech yeah this is anything but essentially a Polaroid snapshots and you start seeing the the two thousand two it legalized blue marble that was the background for your iPad or iPhone when you buy that right rob Simmons was the guy who create that any legal rhetoric is yeah it's a composite suppose shopping yeah you know the you say walk in they took images from a satellite that lay down strips and then you're combining church not this guy created a three D. sphere in treating software took essentially the Mercator map put it on and then map on cloud on top of that click click on you know various reflectivity and stuff for the sun specular highlights and whatnot and if you look at it closely infoshop for instance you'll see that there are replicated clouds all over the place that he used to clone tool it didn't take but half this Photoshop and half well we we suppose we got all the space probes sends out all time think that you're there why did they have to be in a real turning point for me was I want to check the website okay triple celebratory website and there was a twenty five hour stop motion sort of the all time lapse of the earth in rotation twenty five hours a rotation allegedly taken from the Galileo space probe and I believe it was December nineteen ninety right in the first thing that caught my eye is a watching this is it looks exactly like the blue Marvel steady none of the carbon it literally looks like a marble with clouds painted on it they had twenty five still images taken of it doesn't throw to I'm a filmmaker so my equipment I can go outside shoot the stock when our come back put it in your phone or something it speeded up in this call the doctor to bridge the but on that day no cloud anywhere in the world shows that's when I began to go what is happening here okay it really shook me up right right up I want to circle back to to a lot of these points and pick up on them and it in a in a moment or a few moments but I just want to first talk to you about the Bible you're a Bible believing Christian like wise I'm a Bible believing Christian but you say you can't you can't believe in the Bible and not believe in a flat earth and so I want you to walk us through some examples and but I want to start with one if I could because I even I find this most curious passage in the Bible and you you talk a lot about job in your in your you two videos and so forth a job thirty seven eighteen can you join him in spreading out the skies hard as a mirror of cast bronze yeah even I find that when rather cryptic in and well let's let's start with that one well yeah as the Bible believing Christian myself I grew up in a Christian family but that was a Baptist minister well the kid it's that I've been exposed to my entire life six of the Christ my saviour at eight seven and I've been in some form of ministry might our life than this complaint I live in I will descriptions like that and many others and I've actually looked at these two scriptures of people who believe that the earth is below that the Bible supports that there's only two scriptures will tell you thank you or twenty two the circle circle of the earth until twenty six seven the the another she woke inspects and as you just pointed out there other scriptures talk what this guy being hard like the mall looking lacks a mirror and you're like what what's up with that right what should have been the first thing I did after listening to mark sergeant should've been going to the scriptures of what was like the third thing I could probably but through other research that I've done in my life realize we all breathe preconceived bias to the text many times we read the scriptures through those lenses whatever those biases maybe pre trib rapture or what have you they could talk right we've heard things from pastors other people and we allowed was the color of thoughts colored glasses we look at the words and we see through those ones so intensely parade I have got a suit your father if I'm bringing preconceived notions to protect please remove them from and what your Holy Spirit show me from the scriptures what you are truly set your fish and held it out to anybody out there who claims to be a Bible believing Christian if that's your world view I challenge you to pray that were removed my preconceived bias look at least help show me what it says well if you played that as far as first six the first chapter of the Bible Linda the base with this thing called the firm that it is a hard firm solid structure there's no way around with their people in most modern translations and Christian ministries and stuff that we try to tell you what it is it just means expanse yeah experience meaning air gas in the vacuum of space well that's a nice idea but the words don't support that not even definitely not Greek certainly not in Latin for momentum from which we have English word from women in translation like the changes but in every case it's a hard firm solid structure so I mean you've got to verse six first chapter of the first book of the Bible we got a deal with it and that's where we get the idea are you get the idea of the the dome the the firmament is the dome like like like a snow globe right we're living essentially in what looks like a snow globe that's the firmament yes and we're not the only section says search for Ashley for thousand years that was pretty much the universal view of pretty much every inch of cold Merion projection creek mine in canavero Norse you know the Hebrews were on or not alone in the cosmological will do they'll have you so I mean we don't think about that four thousand years now you know he ever play the game was put on the line in order you start in by time we get to the end whatever the first person said it gets changed by the end of it right the telephone game we used to call it yeah yeah tell them you know what I mean I think this is the telephone game we start out you know six thousand plus years ago we're on a circular still slaughter seven pillars undertone within which someone starts you know exist sh flash forward to the end of line six thousand plus years later I heard wellness then he will set your ball and Richmond here it's like something radically change but you know who was closer to the truth one who who is more likely like with this it was more likely to have the truth the one closest to the source information the one furthest away from right not that you need me to do you know to make your argument I just wanna share another passage here that is very intriguing this is from Isaiah forty twenty two he sits enthroned above the circle of the earth and its.

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710 WOR

04:26 min | 3 years ago

"wor " Discussed on 710 WOR

"Is to have the best possible results to is to avoid radical robotic surgery three is to try to maintain urinary function force to try to maintain sexual function and this man well one more thing about this man that is that I treated him years ago and he is cancer free doing well PSA zero so doing well after our treatment this is the work we do it retreated thousands of men with prostate cancer we have information to send you where the DVD and there's charging because even now it's two one two choices and asked for the booklet of your choices focus about brain cancers body cancerous prostate cancers breast skin just give us a call and we will send out a book with the V. D. at no charge no obligation this is the work that we do every day at thirteen eighty four Broadway Broadway in thirty eight street in the heart of New York City I don't have another patient who is cancer free just like that man cancer free years after our treatment doing well but one other woman she sixty five years old she's an accountant she came to me two years ago she works in an office is a single woman she's a nonsmoker but has had blood in the urine is getting worse and worse and worse at a mass in the bladder shadow alters sound and the cat scans someone looked inside of Blatter called cystoscopy and she had a bladder cancer sin invasive bladder cancer scene and the well she comes it turned thirty three pounds five foot four should never smoked which is around smokers and now she has this bladder cancer two years ago came to me and we talked about all the options and has a surgeon who's been pushing aren't pushing and pushing here to remove the bladder and removing the bladders pretty tough surgery and most people don't like the quality of life at all like to urinate into a bag or to have a tube that they have to urinate into she one of the best chance to be cancer free and to keep her quality of life and that's what we did two years ago are for treatment to keep her bladder non invasive treatment pinpoint treatment comes in and gets a treatment and goes home and carries on her life we treat her two years ago and she is cancer free how do I know that well she just had a urologist look inside her bladder there's no out of the cancer physical exam is normal I sorry this week doing great no bleeding no mass or mass successfully treated with our treatment this is the work that we do every day and we talk about why do we talk about it because I see so many people who've had their bladder removed they've gone to the big hospitals said their bladder removed they weren't told about non invasive treatment or surgeon never told them Hey I can cut out years blotter or you can go see doctor leader moan and he can offer non invasive treatment and there's probably a reason why the reason why is probably that the surgeon is afraid all the patients who come here to see doctor later on and that's probably the case this is what I imagine would be the case if certain stole patience all the options well at thirty four Broadway we're not afraid about telling people about all the options we talk about all the options and I'm not afraid the one of their bladder removed that's their powers their choice if people want the best possible treatment to maintain their life and quality of life and avoid radical surgery well that's also your choice and do you have now heard about it in your loved ones will hear about it your neighbors will hear about it and you can change the world and believe me it's really change in the world to avoid unnecessary radical surgery and that's what we tried to do every day here at thirteen eighty four Broadway Broadway in thirty eight street in the heart of New York City and that was to go to sixty two year old man from Jamaica which is hot bed of cancers lot of cancer the Caribbean and he's a Jamaican with the cancer yeah the high risk prostate cancers PSA first reading was alive and repeat was eleven point six PSA biopsy showed seven different areas with.

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"wor " Discussed on The JaySin Podcast

The JaySin Podcast

10:10 min | 3 years ago

"wor " Discussed on The JaySin Podcast

"Lower home girls. That's GonNa probably give them the information. They got off of a rap song. Pretty much out of a movie So I hope that I have that connection with my children that that won't be Hellene of it. Also one thing that now she is eighteen he will no longer be allowed to even without consensus acts for that without her consent. Going forward so none of that matters anymore I think there were two pieces of information that people have overlooked or that have been drumming on. That aren't fair first and foremost the interview. The podcast who was on Wor Women and they were laughing when he said it. But if you actually bothered to listen to it. They aren't laughing because they find it funny. It's that very nervous awkward laughing like like they're laughing but people are trying to like come for the host of the shows right. They're trying to make sure they know that they should have put him in his place. First and foremost as a host of podcast as a host of a show. I'm never trying to necessarily quote unquote put someone in their place. The reason they're here is because I want them and you want to express themselves exactly and you want to have a conversation with exactly. That's why our episode we offer. Tatum was so successful is actually I? Don't I don't want to put you in your place. I WanNa know how you feel and I ain't I fucking hope it's different most of the time so we have something to talk about exactly. That's how I feel about that. Also the other thing that I do understand made most women uncomfortable that I've spoken to in this situation is he says during the interview. They he goes. They're trying to explain to me about how she can break. You're doing sports horseback riding correct and I'm not a hearing. None of that going to get the going back. Do the test and bring me back my results right where they find it difficult when this man is referring to his daughters vagina as my results my results right exactly. I can understand how that can be misinterpreted misinterpret or even quitting right. It can be slightly off putting I can completely understand that. Yeah because you're saying it as he sees her as exactly once again I do not necessarily see myself and this and I know I sometimes say things in a moment not thinking about how it can be interpreted just talking. Yeah exactly naturally and I'M NOT GONNA put words in that man's mouth but I guarantee you. He sees his daughter as more than just an object or of course he does so. I just feel sorry I just feel like media just plays a big part and the people around social media play a big part as well and they always try to like demonize people and they love the demonization is just so crazy. And it's like you mentioned in previous episodes about social media being used as a weapon and I felt like the man was very much demonized for this and it's like I wouldn't practice you know what he did and then the same token you just can't tell someone how to raise their child and how to communicate with them and how to go about things with them. You just can't take it there. Unfortunately so I don't know we just need to like just calm down. Take a deep breath have a drink water and just take things one day at a time. Things will be okay. And that's it. That's all about this topic. Is it so you have any shot outside? What did YOU Did you have digital? Let's get it. I don't know if I've done this one before. But August happens to be the highest percentage of births. The month of walk that makes sense so a lot of sense. So there's a lot of LEO'S OUT HERE. Basically there's a lot of fucking when it get cold exactly coal for so so you can't do not know some pretty much you shackled in the house. You can't do nothing else but to be twenty five and older and plan with offices. That's all you can. Do you play with overseas as it everything I just WANNA become. Let me do this. What you call all types of practicing us it ain't GonNa do we bowl because when you can only play but so much video games on we're going to decide to have sex netflixing you can only eat so much as for you? You know you WANNA have senator listen to Disney. Plus this Dick play. You can only lasts in the bathroom so much washing the crackle as before you decide you want to get out. And I don't know I'm GONNA go from affects Washington track of my ESA waxing away. There's always go buddy one extreme to the neck as a get pregnant. And that's why you're GONNA end up being a street. Nigga fucking bitches but no condoms. That's it you low pump out here. Having babies having babies in August I mean you're ready have a Bay Marlisa who had the vet right now She got her shots right now. Get Healthy Yup. Yeah so. She's with the pod. Mom POB wife to you know I do so I'm ready. I'm I'm I'm good on this. We can read this the fuck up. You're ready tired of talking to him. Done the right side of my sweet shutouts. I don't have any shot. Outs can shout out to everyone. Shot outdoor breach mom. Yes out to everybody. Fuck like I say everyone. You know you're included damage. Yeah pretty much. You don't have to say any names right. No shot out everyone all. Ibm ME IF I didn't do it already. I thought I did when we started but doesn't taste right so I just wanted to leave this podcast with last positive message. I'M GONNA play music this time. Okay we're GONNA go acapella with this attack you. There's all the music I.

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710 WOR

06:13 min | 3 years ago

"wor " Discussed on 710 WOR

"Nielsen with us has helped thousands of fearful fliers since nineteen eighty seven he is an internationally recognized fear of flying expert captain Ron has of course been a pilot for almost forty years flying was always his passion now we devotes his time and energy to helping other people to be able to fly his love of aviation and curiosity about the role of psychology and pilot performance led him to an MA in professional counseling and a certificate of advanced studies in human resources his book is called how to overcome fear of flying a practical guide to change the way you think about airplanes fear and flying learn to manage take off turbulence flying over water anxiety and panic attacks captain run Nielsen with us on coast to coast Ron I'm looking forward to this especially from a guy who flies a lot hi hi my at nineteen eight year old granddaughter just got her pilot's license for private pilots she is a really excited she wants to be a commercial pilot I had an open field for for anyone that agent vertically female relate all absolutely old guys like me or the best thing under the pastors and in the end of the numbers the the proliferation of of commercial traffic over the last twenty five thirty years coupled with the the managing military output of pilots insect created a huge demand for pilots well I got to tell you why old pilots like you and suddenly you are still worth a billion dollars as far as I'm concerned we are when something goes wrong that's for sure yeah absolutely two quick questions about flying before we get into your work cut to overcome fear flying and we're gonna take calls with you next hour from people who are afraid of flying or may not be MH three seventy the mission of missing Malaysian airlines did you look into that story at all absolutely get a lot of attention ABC news Nightline did a special and I helped him out with that right after it happened the most widely held belief popular belief is that it was probably you'll you'll will on on the part of ill intent on the part of somebody on the crew or on the you're playing that night yeah I think so I I have a feeling the pilot tank that soon was probably in a suicidal mission yeah looks like it one that is the other thing is of course with the with Boeing situation with their Max planes that still have been grounded I I they were gonna get tough thing fixed yeah yeah the the the fix is really going to be the easy part relatively speaking the challenge of course is is they're getting people to get back on it but if you look at it airplanes in the past yeah you and I are old enough I older than you probably but the the like you when you go back to the DC ten there were a couple accidents back in in the early seventies on that and and people would ask me I had my program then they say he can't run should I get on that thing on Monday morning at a plate in the DC ten I said only if the pilots get on and and and people come back we have short memories and and and they'll get it fixed in in in in the high stakes here you know Boeing can take a lot of adverse heat on this as is the FAA who said to me because we we we have been the dominant force we in the United States in the airline industry and we we we kinda took second fiddle and that to the to the world community there so it'll be they'll be some some adjustments that they'll make and like I said the mechanical part of it will be the easiest part the part that that deservedly you're going to get a lot of scrutiny as a certification process not tell me how you started writing books and training people to overcome their fear of flying how did that start I was totally a fluke serendipitously I wish I had come to Phoenix to to work for an airline that that actually ended up purchasing your affair an American called America west airlines back in the in the late eighties and a friend of mine ran the employee assistance program and he worked with psychologists in the in the you're in the Phoenix area and one of them came to him and said Hey I'm going to start a program for people who are free to flying in I I would like to have a pilot to help me and so this friend of mine approach me and I said sure of what to do that and this is back in August of nineteen eighty seven I I did a a to our Q. and a with some folks in there and I had previously yeah I really didn't know much about people were afraid to fly and I did it to our Q. and a with the men and I was just totally captivated in by their their the the emotions and the and the the gravity with which that affected people and been doing it ever since we didn't we did it together the psychologist along and and and and his practice got too busy and by that time I had gotten my masters and and I'm I'm so I've been doing that for thirty that's my thirty second year now at any given time when people are getting on a plane what percent of them do you think petrified I I think about twenty five percent while because you look around at the the the number one issue with most fearful fliers is he they don't want anybody else to note so this some shame and embarrassment that goes along with it in in we internalize it typically and so most people they they they they know how terribly they feel on the inside but they look out at all the other people and they conclude that I must be the only one because I don't see anybody that looks like they're feeling like I do what they don't realize that they look in a mirror they look like everybody else because we just don't let on that those things but but I I developed my a practice of my own when I was flying it hold on for a second run Lola talk.

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710 WOR

07:58 min | 3 years ago

"wor " Discussed on 710 WOR

"Emotion liberation techniques in order to help his clients solve problems they may have he is the founder of the royal institute of hypnotherapy in psychotherapy and he can be seen in the brand new feature length documentary extreme danger extreme hypnosis Jonathan royal welcome to coast to coast AM how are you I'm Gregg Richard hell yeah terrific thank you I'd like to start off just talking a little bit about your very early days you had a quite a remarkable childhood you you didn't have to run away to join the circus you basically grew up in the circus correct yeah I mean it's wise for little these homes like many things when you're not involved in the sound real glamorous true some reality is it's like anything in life web but when your house is a you he just becomes the know all it's only when you stepped away for that little box hidden thing well not yeah but look a bit different so yeah I was bald in nineteen seventy five August the thirteenth of the precise they turned out what came into a world where mine and that was a circus clown and of course closer in the circus clown and he also did a it you'll key I don't know what the call is sure to show he's kind of like the the cycle stones hi Pat when he was finally being online on beds of nails and come sit on broken glass so weird funky stuff a lot my mom is doing a show up shooting weight cracking role spinning wild west hi so slightly out of the ordinary and at the age of three I became Britain's youngest professional a circus clown and with the name flop because my doubts clown name was to see the clown in this old saying that we think wouldn't Bob bomb shell may have been used in other places in the world the when people get arrested all choose to all comic they get in a tizzy all the cat in a flop so our clown names it was made out of maybe to the implant the clowns nation state in Paris in photographs of a little light than me website is linked to on your website and so I grew up in the circus and but the former the first thing about the coal remembering with the some of the things that can credibly dangerous fought deadly to the audience potentially deadly how will the behind the scenes when you're out there we don't actually know whenever state Chris is still conversely some of those things that will relatively face to the audience a minor flick pope could actually call severe injury actually actually Jack the poor house you know diagnosed occasional the is doing these things it was the food hold the line like all good things a no always as simple as the Acadia another Sally is a sub pop continue through life I found very quickly that more often than not things become beams Tate so dangerous was actually relatively safe the stuff that he it visually ballot to flee say actually held a lot of the dangers apple will put the weight looks good enough populist the audience was somewhat different I doubt that sentiment mine from from from from you know the I grew up around it you take things saying we know from the about seven years old naturally if children in a feature state of mind which I believe is a blank slate what kind of twenty four seven and a half Norfolk state when we take you know everything for through all our friends hello Paul actually out may twelfth taking things that might be potentially harmful for the right reasons works out why he's so that we can take you the stuff we need to as rapidly as possible to equip equipment for life culturally the run we'll be looking at a number people who want to manipulate hello where is the file that will be she can get a whole lot shortly so it's a cruel I my mom my mom insisted that I go to a normal school when I got to be in about eight years old ground we traveled around sees warmly we T. bully because you were the circus clown I will yeah monthly especially well well no I wasn't when we were going from one school to the other because people didn't have lye enough time to get round to do we not we will calm before they really found out what was going down below in all my mom's insistence will we fell down and I ended up doing shows in the circus so we can Google holidays and okay times I went to a once at school very rapidly call will lead out not particular school by the teachers believe it or not and because okay Lakhani clearly they saw me in the newspapers on the radio and television is still for and realize the well I was doing more than just a hobby okay Patty didn't they may work hal the reality the train reality walls I was probably at the mall beneath the night so did you gravitate towards hypnotism in magic and mentalism as a way of rebelling yeah and it would well eat rebellion and a soul psychological self protection because I don't blame me much doubt because because I was getting Billy to school in style for being the odd one out the clown phone I obviously my head logically well well enough without fault half I'll stop doing it fortunately by that point because I would I not only so I've gone through the zero to seven the formative years of sick mind for all all Sigmund Freud we'll call them but as conventional pharmacology talk about the programming is slight conditioned to normality all feelings go to the key human the things that you know I she meant breaking news people might not be totally consciously aware of it obviously we need to we need to fully stocked real human nature otherwise you lose the plot mentally and states that we need to feel low one seed needed to appreciate it had full cherish them value the north where it's all sound very similar but if you get a dictionary and look at the actual meanings of that actually out wide gravity of different connotations and if if if there's any of gold missing all right out of college you will have a guy right now come the facts on people self confidence all the help they need all the self esteem all the self control wait and it also served as well however and if there's any negative imbalance in and your goals and they will have a knock on effect on that cell was a whole you could call it that fell.

"wor " Discussed on 710 WOR

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02:30 min | 3 years ago

"wor " Discussed on 710 WOR

"You know we we look forward to that can't wait also in sports the next loss to the pelicans the nets fell to Toronto and the Rangers were beaten by the capitals here's your W. O. R. weather channel forecast for to partly cloudy skies overnight temperatures in the low forties northern New Jersey lower Hudson Valley temperatures in the upper thirty S. mix of clouds and sunshine Saturday around sixty in the afternoon cloudy with afternoon showers Sunday low sixties I'm meteorologist Ken boon from the weather channel one seven ten W. O. R. we'll have your next update at five and of course you're breaking news at once start your day with Len Berman and Michael real in the morning that six until ten on Monday morning I'm Lisa Matteo on seven ten W. O. R. and N. B. C. he we see that you don't know what the trees please to talk to Ian Punnett call the wildcard line at eight one eight five zero one four one zero nine the first time caller line is eight one eight five zero one four seven two one to talk tool free from east of the Rockies call eight hundred eight two five five zero three three from west of the Rockies toll free call eight hundred six one eight eight two five five this is coast to coast AM with Ian Punnett so you're like that first hour if you go back and grab it but using herbs in nature all the things on your own property to save you to heal you through good our or two with Marjorie well craft but you can.

"wor " Discussed on 710 WOR

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09:37 min | 3 years ago

"wor " Discussed on 710 WOR

"You search on Amazon for him it's not just lex long hooded selects loan would know over an old V. E. R. as part of his author credit but to us he'll always be like Sloan hood blacks welcome I'm looking forward to this Hey George thanks so much for having me on it's a real kick to be guest on the show with you after all these years of being behind the scenes you don't have to sit around tonight right the recap on the show yeah that would be a bit much recap myself list can you believe all these years have gone by with all of us do I we are thinking about that earlier and it's it's it's more than a third of my life I think or close to it how did we find you in the first place well I was working as a freelance writer in the mid to late nineties and I was a big art bell fan and had reach out to Lisa lying and who was the editor of after dark and had center a couple of clips of his writing for different different entities online and she liked my writing and that so that's how that was how the association started and then we were looking for a webmaster when I took over there you work and thank you for hiring need yours well we had a lot of great people who recommended you relax thank you yeah I I had gotten a gig through the San Francisco Chronicle just as the internet was taking off in nineteen ninety five or so to do a web magazine called off beat so I was a bit versed in the in the ways of the lab and that came in handy when the the coast job came along well when you put together a great team with Sean what the sure Gregg bishop Tim but all in so many people who have helped whenever you're on assignment or gone and just a great team yeah those guys are great and Sean has been been with us almost is as long as me that's right absolutely so you decided to write a book and we started talking about this a few years ago it started as a dream for you as you really wanted to do this and the it is now we've all dates published it's out it's ready to go and people are starting to pick it up it's on audible dot com is well it's exciting yeah it it's an interesting process to have something start from an idea and germinates and then it's set in the actual thing now is to finitely got a coast to coast flirted with so let's go through some of the subject matter and when you listen to the show as the webmaster and you take incredible copious notes on all our guests many of these topics that you've written about in the book we've talked about on the show and you've broken them down and into a great very professional way thank you yeah I did I definitely feel like the topics in the book interfaced with a lot of the gaps and different things that I've heard over the years that code so hopefully it will be of interest to our listeners to greatly knowledge mint blips on the back from our dear friend the late rose merry Ellen guy Lee and oracle will host the George Knapp both of them think just wonderful things of your work I miss rose merry already lax I do too I I was very saddened big loss to to a full night's sleep paralysis let's start with that give us your take on what you think this is well it it's a definitely a curious state and I've had a couple experiences myself so that definitely gives you your own spin on it but the neurological explanation would be that it's kind of like a super imposition of the R. E. N. or rapid eye movement dream state and there's some sense to that because we sleep paralysis you're paralyzed in and you can't move which is the same in our area so you don't get up and start acting out your dreams but what sets it apart is that your eyes can be open and you can see your bedroom exactly as it is but you might also see the malevolent entity that can interact with you so it's it's an extremely bizarre kind of hybrid state that it's like a hallucination except you're actually seeing it so the the neurological explanation is that it's it's a glitch that it's kind of like an older border sequence of sleep because we when we sleep it's in different stages there's three in SO four stages of deep sleep or are non ari and sleep and then there's our EM sleep so what they're suggesting is that it just kind of pops up in overlays on top of of waking consciousness but the supernatural or paranormal explanation is something that has been seen across cultures since antiquity and I think has inspired a lot of horror and war over the years and so it's fascinating to consider both of these explanations and kind of parallel tracks without ruling won out over the other and it's really like a comatose state were you're awake but for a moment sometimes it seems like forever you can't move you just lying there in bed in your frozen yeah have you had yes I've had a couple of these a lot of them and when you know I I wake up at least I think I'm awake and then you know you're just frozen still for just a little bit I haven't seen any entities or anything like that but I have had the paralysis of them last a little bit and it's it's a very weird feeling this and that it really is I took notes we had doctor guy listener on recent sleep doctor because he mentioned an interesting theory that I hadn't run across by neuroscientists name VS Ramachandran that kind of correlated with that something that I had in my book in what he was suggesting is that that because the body is paralyzed that the perception of itself gets distorted from a lack of feedback from the wind and that causes the brain to kind of project this body image or humanoid shape outside of itself through what's called the mirror neuron system it's a little bit like a phantom limb kind of thing and I thought that was a really fascinating thing to consider and it reminded me of this anecdote I have been in the book from this woman named Lucy Gillis who writes about lucid dreaming and she proposed an interesting theory that one if the body is absolutely traveling during the sleep stage and it's kind of out there and then in a sort of active by location the body wakes up and sees this the the out of body part is trying to get back in and it's like pounding on the child so it's almost like the identity is split into two that's conceivable knitting thing to consider that's read and you seem to be fascinated as well with sleep walking how come well I think we blocking is is kind of one of the classic makes states that is sort of the unifying theme of my book this idea that almost like these cocktails of consciousness where we have a mixture of brain states that involves sleep dreams and waking and sleep walking where a person has motor control their out moving around their eyes are open in some cases are even driving a car and yet it's been found that the neo cortex is asleep and that's the part of the mind that governs rational thinking and demand memory flexible car for example it with a sleep Walker who was driving if a car buzzed right by in front of them they still could put their foot on the brakes and slow down and everything but they don't have any concept that they're doing this right right it it it's kind of hard to fathom but it's almost like there's these audit autonomic parts of the body that can just kind of control things without without our our complete awareness it's almost like self hypnosis where you're older almost in a zombie state but they're functioning they're walking in there the breathing they're doing all those things are they can even go down flights of stairs without tumbling right right there's a neuroscientist named Christophe **** it talks about the zombie agents where he's suggesting that a lot of human behavior is automated by these unconscious sensorimotor agents and I think there's a lot to that especially with things like driving and stuff that we just do without without much thought really likes when we come back we're going to talk more about your books nightmare land and of course sleep talking where people are actually talking and conversing and they have no idea what they're saying also you've investigated sleepwalk murders were people are committed murder in their sleep.