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 Voices Of Courage (Walk The Talk)

Voices Of Courage (Walk The Talk)

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"wake lake" Discussed on Voices Of Courage (Walk The Talk)

"To keep yourself safe. Is there a fire extinguisher around. You can use like a can of mace or you can use to lock knife. Is there a bar stool that you can pick up to kind of shield yourself. Is there something heavy that you can throw so. We always play these. What if games weth the members of my community. As i'll say you know what if this or i'll say hey put yourself in the mind of guy and go out on the street go out to somewhere crowded and pretend you're looking for someone to mug and you have to identify the person that looks like the easiest target and why do they look like easiest target are they. Are they distracted. Do they walk west than confidence. Do they look like they're not gonna fight back somehow. Why do they woke lake. An easy target while okay. What did you learn from that game. You learn how to spot an easy target and so you want to make sure that you don't give off any of those qualities and you don't wanna look like an easy target culture in that's been You know this is especially. I don't wanna get off topic but like we. We all think circle k. And her i can go anywhere. You want funny. Oh man but The safety like a black woman is the This right to me that the tactics that have been used in sometimes a lot of time to attracts back plate walmart to and think about it. Because that's like a family store lake the moms they're the kids they but let's let's go to walmart. Yeah yes let's go you know and it's like the find. The things like people were actually putting numbers on people's cars net resembled. Ooh a child in your marketing. Right that number people's course. Yeah i mean they had doubt is a very old tactic. The mark people's cars or tomorrow people's homes.

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"wake lake" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

06:21 min | 1 year ago

"wake lake" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"You, Spencer for doing that we're going to get to Polly's picks real quickly. Now, each week we feature redefined listings. We can't get to maul because there's I don't know what we'd have to do what we have to do. 23 this week. There was Ah lot of listens that came in this week. But usually I just pick on a few that are higher end or unique in some way s O. We're actually starting on Blanchard Street in Wauwatosa Jr. Brewster, One of our great agents down on the South side listed a two family for 3 34 900 just a couple of days ago. My guess is if that once priced right and it probably is that'll probably be gone by this weekend, but If you're interested in a great rental property for 330 for nine, call J. Armed Brewster. Then we go up to West Bend on Creek Side Place. Ah, this property is listening. Peyton Doman, who is Paul's daughter? I got a picture of this some Facebook yesterday. This is it looks from the outside like a mansion. Yeah, so it doesn't actually look that way. Does it? Just really huge 3 79 9 It's four bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms about 2850 square feet. Peyton just listed it, I think on Thursday, so another great property called Peyton. Now we're moving into this's my wife's territory. Now she listed two spectacular properties this week. Isabella Court in Vernon, 1.13 acres, four bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms, 4900 square foot property. And this one is listed at 6 55 Stunning, absolutely stunning property. So call Colleen Tarantino on that one, and then the property that was all to do yesterday on Lakeland. Dr. Ino Condom Walk out unlocked Leb l We have a property. It's four bedrooms, three bathrooms, 3000 square feet. What's really neat about this property. I believe there's 180 feet in front of 180 feet in front of John Locke Labelle, and it has just It's like I would close the Lambo field size yard between the lake and the house, and it's flat. If you want to entertain. You could put up a party tent and have 500 people in the yard out on the lake, having fun or have a ball game or a football game. Yeah, either way, 1,000,003 50 on this one on DH it from all the feedback that I'm hearing people are loving it so far, so With any luck. Maybe we haven't accepted offer on this one by the end of the weekend as well, Who's listening? That one? Colleen, My wife has listed that one as well. Nice so she had a pretty good week. I would say Okay, so I can see all of the pictures again. Going back to what you guys do. Your agents take such good pictures. These are not iPhone photos the's air top quality photos. Oh, yeah, well, usually when we get to that levels while we bring in a professional photographer, drones and professional photography a lot of times just that next level when you're at home, you know, and I'm talking about the football field sized garden. All this property actually sits on 1.45 acres, which is a lot of quarreling Lake lad. That's massive again. That's like four line. It's been ah, updated inside pretty nice, and you know if you're interested, lock Labelle That's a pretty good price. You get nowhere Does that Bob is that Lake country? Oh, yeah, that's like basically Highway 16. You go all way out. Kind of threw a condom walk, and it's on the West End of O'Connell says, telling down the last couple of weeks, my my retirement goal has changed. Instead of moving to Florida and have a condo down there and a home up here. I want to move in like country and I want a home on a lake. I'm determined. I just got a bad plan in winter. It's beautiful, Bob. You've got AH Lake home. Nothing beats water. There's something about wants something That's the steering the way Yeah, floating on the waves. It's ah, and whether you'd like the generational or not, you can pick that lake is some aren't as recreation was other. Well, that's the one of the great things about Wisconsin here is we've got all kinds of lakes. And we've got big lakes that are big party, lakes and restaurants. We've got quiet lakes and hadn't seen a lot of that. I moved to the No. Wake Lakes and people. Just those are smaller lakes usually very quiet. 80 acres, You know, 40 acres. Something like that Lachlan Bell. I don't know how many acres that is, but I'm guessing that's 2000 ish acres. That's pretty big, Pretty big lake. We're going to do this in a minute and 1/2 because we have to sneak in a quick break from Mark. We gotta go quick in my guanaco. How can we help you? Mark? Go ahead. Okay, just have a question about whether or not my son's goingto win a property. He there was $179,000 a townhouse that they put in. Ah Anaugh front. Was a big bidding war, and he ended up putting offer of 230,000 And but he's got other people have put in offers as well and he did not, he said. This is as high as I'm going, so if it doesn't appraise For $230,000. There's other offers below him that apparently said they would go above and beyond the appraisal. Does he have a chance of losing this? Oh, for sure. Yeah, I mean, e think he's put himself in a pretty good position. But I've seen properties go for 90,000 over asking for his edge agent cannot tell him what the other offers are right. Well, the listing agent isn't really going to share the details of any other offers for anybody else. That's not to say they can't hint that, you know. Hey, you need to talk for another 10 grand if they're gonna have a chance at this, but if its lower offers, typically, you know the seller's probably going to go with the highest offer with the best financing and some of those things. There are some the writing in some contingencies where they'll pay over the appraisal price. We're starting to see some of that where you're the ordeal, not putting appraisal contingency in and they'll just say, Look, I'm willing to pay this price and they're still going to be an appraisal done if there's a lender involved, but they don't put in an appraisal contingency. They'll, they'll say they'll buy it. I know what that appear. Advice or Mark Son. If you want to keep on countering, that's what you do. Well, I My advice to everybody is go your best offer in and if you lose it, you're losing. That's all you can do these days. That's kind of what he did. Yeah, well, let's keep our fingers crossed and hope it works out for me that sum up what we've been talking about. He made an offer correctly from Rome 50,000 right over asking 50,000 over asking, And I'm still worried if he's going to get it on 29 2 30 that's 50 grand man and he still may not get it. So Wow, If you're a seller, you're sitting in good times or I would say so. Back after this with Redefine.

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"wake lake" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

05:26 min | 2 years ago

"wake lake" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"wake lake" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

13:09 min | 2 years ago

"wake lake" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Yeah I I just had a another offer of a loan for Russia I I should say by my open long Friday reference was just a cheap phone away Gangai I didn't really intend to start an avalanche of these things and as rush said yesterday his plan is to fix the looking cities he's got but it it he was enormously touch the world's enormously touched by that you don't often actually Hey the crack in rush's voice when when he's trying to hold it together and you and you did on that it was a rather moving moment I want to say one thing I got a wrong ten minutes ago I said done I believe I said the road just stone had been convicted of the tax evasion in fact that was poll manifest I I got a little confused as to which lives had been wrecked for walked by this study stinking evil corrupt federal justice system but I'll I'll try to keep track of it he entered hello just said was the one who got into trouble full these so called witness tampering over threatening allegedly threatening somebody's cats the cat's owner doesn't fail it was a flat but they took that pretext convincing above to to convict the guy of witness tampering I'm people laugh it's all actually funny when your when you go to jail for nine years for threatening to whack somebody's cat allegedly and even if we were to take that seriously you know who skates for Pat whacking associates of Bill Clinton I'm do you remember that Kathleen Willey Kathleen Willey was this lady who went to see Bill Clinton because her husband had committed suicide and and Clinton was consoling how an as is his wont his circle of condolences go a little bit carried away and he started groping her breasts he sexually assaulted Kathleen Willey when she'd gone to see him to be comforted over the loss of her husband Salim Willie allege that the Clintons had had hacked hacked whacked I think the cat's name was something like Blondie some kind of Irish name Blondie and she actually had evidence of it in the sense that somebody left a tad skull on her porch outside her front door and nobody did anything everybody all the left wing all the left wing media at the time will be a nation on Mother Jones so no one everyone's back then they will not forget the what did you say what these pages are reduced about being the Clinton has yet cap whacked hello Roger stone is looking at nine years in jail because the federal government gonna him on threatening to have your cat whacked it's an evil system rush was talking about this the old man the show yesterday if you want a brilliant explanation of the whole Roger stone situation here is rush on yesterday's show let's talk about what happened here with the the DOJ the attorney general Barney's for prosecutors the Roger stone case because this fox is an object lesson in in presidential follow through and I the proof of the pudding here it is watching the drive by media all my god this is horrible this is so bad no no guard rails nobody's stopping drawn from doing anything he survived the Roger doing all my god there's nothing to stop drop the durable goods is bad and of course that's exactly a hundred and eighty degrees wrong now the good news here is Roger stone may you remember Rogers was minding his own business one day at home and then Jack booted thugs along with CNN cameras strategically located outside his front door surrounding his house at six AM they stormed in and pull the guy out of bed and running down to jail in charge it was something or other why was CNN there tipsy all we know why CNN was there this whole thing was a set up and so Roger stone is charged with some crime having to do with the Russia hogs some involvement he had with wikileaks in the Hillary emails it was spacious because this whole thing has been made up this entire hoax this entire crew started out with the steel dossier for five so warrants were granted on a fake documents to spy on the trump campaign via Carter page there was never any thing to it not a single crime was committed by the trump campaign at any stage there was never any evidence of a crime having been committed so anything that was charged along the way it was purely political what happened to manta for those things that they charged and convicted man afford on had nothing to do with when he was in charge of the trump campaign or working there since the solitary confinement sentenced to die in jail and that's what they did to Roger stone they gave him a seventy nine year sentence hoping he would die in jail Roger stone didn't do what you think there's not a person in the world I can tell you what Roger stone dead of a criminal nature that threaten the people of this country that violated the laws of the country that somehow help the trump campaign when an illegal action nothing Roger stone didn't do diddly squat I could go on about this but I I don't wanna further characterize Roger stone Roger stone as a he was an ancillary player who wanted to make himself look like he was in the middle of everything and he wasn't but because he put himself out there as a major player in a major advisory became a target when I saw the special counsel was going to indict Roger stone that's the first but I do not mean this is an insult to Roger stone in any way shape manner for please don't misunderstand me none of this is intended to be critical of Roger stone at all but the fact that they got an indictment and one of the charge starred with anything was all the evidence any of us needed they didn't have a thing on anybody and they never going to have a thing on anybody because all of this was actually made up there was never a story there was never a hoax there was never Russia collusion there was never any evidence of any kind supporting this this was a pure hatched efforts to stop Donald Trump from being inaugurated and then after he was inaugurated it was the getting thrown out of office the mother investigation was and very elaborate obstruction of justice trap a very elaborate process crime trap like I told you they appoint Mahler as special counsel he gets to the special counsel office he's got a sixteen or yours there is okay let me see the file what's the evidence in a rush because there isn't any you go back two years on this program where I said of Robert Muller was indeed the man of honor and integrity that they told us he as he would refuse the gig he would have not taken that job once he saw that there wasn't a shred of evidence when it comes to anything trump in Russia there wasn't any evidence there what a shred of evidence there never has been they haven't produced any so what happens to your why did he take that job what we all know why I took the job he was the figure had that allowed all of his Democrat lawyers Hillary supporting trump paving lawyers to try to build a case that could be used ultimately impeachment to get rid of trump throw him out of office and it was in the midst of all that they end up charging people it had nothing to do with anything Roger stone seven to nine years so these prosecutors and this is the truncated version of this the prosecutors recommend seven to nine years and anybody who has followed his nose how absolutely atrocious that is they know how bogus it is in the fact that the Attorney General moved in here to stop it ought to be one of the best indication you could get so far that he and dorm are still work in this case and they still have a major announcement yet to come over all of these people that engage themselves in this co to shut this down this why I don't care whether trump was involved in it or not he has total freedom to be involved in this if you can pardon Stalin then what the hell's everybody worried about whether or not he gets involved in the sentence being reduced and he can pardon stone seven to nine years stones age that's is being sentenced to die in prison he didn't do anything folks because nothing that was alleged during this entire Russia collusion hoax happened so all these charges of people white man afford and Roger stone it's just it's the only thing they can do to make it look like there were things that went on Roger stone got caught up with his own bragging about what he knew about waking lakes in who we was talking to about it just his desire to be a player and others okay you want to be a player well here's what we're going to happen to you player and he gets charged and convicted and then here comes a sentencing recommendation of bar says this is just ridiculous this whole thing is ridiculous every aspect of this case been ridiculous it is nothing more than an elaborate coup and they're moving in and they've totally withdrawn those sentencing guidelines seven nine years so the for prosecutors resign authorities for prosecutors one of the prosecutor was Robert Mahler's lead investigator these for prosecutors are holdovers from the Muller investigation who are still trying to make all of their time pay off somehow some way and this is trump and this is bar blocking them this is just this taking place but it's still a matter of some question because the judge Amy Jackson Berman do whatever she wants when stone is sentenced on February twenty now there's judging trumpets tweeted about this this judges the judges who demanded that that man afford me put in solitary confinement seven to nine years can can anybody ever tell me what song did you know what the average rapist seconds is for a half years the somebody of grand larceny one and a half two years manslaughter second degree starts at fifteen years plea bargain down to under ten here's Roger stone seven to nine years and he hasn't done diddly squat certainly by comparison so turns out there are attacking the judges well in addition to praising bar for her I'm moving in on the case this way and it is a gutsy thing for bar to do this goes flat out smack dab right in the face of the Washington establishment of people who were in charge and responsible for disco and it is what it is that was rush yesterday since then because of what they claim is trumps pressure on the Attorney General and the attorney general's supposed buckling under to that pressure Elizabeth Warren did you know who she is running for president because apparently nobody in New Hampshire dead Elizabeth Warren who is still in this race has now cold for the impeachment of Bill Bob Eric Swalwell another ex presidential candidate has now cold for the re impeachment a trump icon wait till November it's the impeachment of the moms club we need another impeachment right now that's how crazy that gotten over this thing and that that and that crazy in fact about bill bar having the red courage about corrupt department to correct a miscarriage of justice a rush is right about that it's disgusting way gonna break it down by the way CNN is just attacking this saying the bottom is pushed back not rush's comments about body put a judge people that judge comes I want to say well we're going to get to this whole thing because because I got a trouble you can talk about the judge without get the gate trouble apparently I'm going to talk about I'm gonna tell you have a what to say about that.

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"wake lake" Discussed on The Dirty Bits

The Dirty Bits

11:54 min | 2 years ago

"wake lake" Discussed on The Dirty Bits

"I'm so interested because you're right you guys very were in in the public eye and so because of that it makes sense. You'd WanNa grieve that way. But can you talk a little bit more about using that humor as as a coping mechanism and also the reception that you've received from that because I'm sure that there's been both positives and negatives The thing is ninety. Eight percent is very very positive. Ninety eight percent is just so supportive so positive People are saying the relating to it. It's I opening if it's something that they can't relate to it something that's helping them understand their loved one better who's going through something like bought There have been so many people that have reached out who are appreciative and supportive. It's that two percent that is just so brutal that it's hard to deal with because there are people that think that what I'm doing is offensive. You know like we think that I think that I think that my husband's death is funny and it's not it's what surrounding it. That's funny it's using. It's using comedy to cope with back pain because I I will not stop crying unless I start laughing and there have been people that have told me like. That's fucked up. You shouldn't be joking about this like there was a joke that I made I said there was some comedy thing that came home and that would kill George. Guess he can't get any better too soon and somebody was is just so offended by that. Who doesn't really have much of a relationship with a first place and just like you shouldn't be saying that that's so disrespectful? You need to think about the other people who are who are close with him. And I'm like I need to think about the other people that were close to him as if I was not the closest person to him and as if I would not know what he thought was funny he was the king of dark humor about is. There's a reason we are together. And there is a disconnect with people. They don't understand that we are very much a reflection of each other. We're not the same person or anything. We're still our own individual people but the reason we were together is because we are so similar and I think there's kind of this people when people die you tend to view them in a certain light you know. It's just it's Oh. He was so sweet he was so great he was so awesome and yeah he was but that's not all he was either. He was a person in on part of that was as dark humor. We made awful jokes. You know we are south. We Are South Park people. We are big mouth people. If you've seen the cartoon like we're in comedy we love comedy. We called ourselves comedy nerds and that was something George was really passionate about was he was like. There's no line to be crossed comedy. That's his opponent. That was his opinion was was he was just like you should be able to joke about anything and he liked offensive comedians. That's who he was. An people. Don't want me to say that people don't want me to talk about anything about him. That was it could be maybe make somebody uncomfortable or that may be a little offensive or just talk about as good traits. I thought that was a good treat. I like that about him. And what people don't realize when that person passes away you have all of these people that are grieving that person but the person was somebody different to each river. I'm grieving somebody. That was a complete person I know he bore his soul to me. I know him better than anybody. And so for people tell me how to memorial highs him that that probably is the worst thing to deal with them telling me how to feel about him what to say about him what to do about him how he was what he would have wanted because they don't know I know because he bore his soul to me and we were that code we were as he said like totally admitted it. We were codependent before I went up to before he goes to La to work with you. I we saw sobbed in each other's arms because we didn't want to be apart from each other like we were totally codependent. I mean for better or worse. But that's the thing is that people don't realize realize is our relationship was not like oh I guess we get married now kind of thing. We were hungry for each other every single day. And I know that he would be supportive of this and I'm pretty sure he's the one that gave me the idea when I was in this apartment after he died and it popped into into my head and all of that stuff came sledding in all of this confidence that I have I feel like I took on so much of his personality in his energy I I I knew him I know him. They don't know him the way that I do. Yeah and I feel like did you also become a sounding board for everyone else's grief you for some reason everyone's like the widow will listen to me. I'm sad to uh-huh and so you have dealt with that a lot and so you talk about breaking down physically and mentally and just I've watched she over the last sixty days as an. It's like little pieces of deteriorate because day after day. You're you have so much energy you only have so much and it depletes so so quickly when other people are coming to you in a time where you don't have anything to give and that is just what I think has happened over the last sixty days and I think that's something they don't talk about but is there anything else. Maybe that surprised you about the grieving process or is surprising. You in this process. That was a big one was was the with the expectations Like that because and not to say that. Nobody's been supportive. Because I've gotten a ton of support you know like His parents right now are taking care of babs. My dog our dog because I cannot They've been great. It's and and then other you know there's other people in there's other family members and people you consider your family. What have you when you have cobbled together like mine? There's people that you really really thought we're going to be a veteran show up and then they aren't and then there's people you never would have guessed who show up you know it's it that that's what really shocked me was like This one guy that I actually really didn't like in high school. He in shorts were really close friends and I was like those guys are Eric. Lull shitheads because I wanted to be like them but so you had to be mean to him. Because I couldn't because I was jealous but he reached out because he was close. Louis George and we've been talking every day and he's been there for me every day all as much time as I need like all day. He's been there for me and he's has made me feel so much better and I could not believe that. He's a very private person so I don't say his name but I'm just like in shock that that was the person who would be so much my rock during this time I never would have guessed in a million years about was the person and then likewise the people that that you think will reach out. Don't or they do once and that's it just got him. They write this big beautiful long thing if you need need anything at all and then you reach out. And they don't respond so that's when you start learning it's like who who really cares about you. Who is your family and your family ends up? Not necessarily being Expected it to be an. It's makes sense. I was angry for awhile at that but I'm not anymore because it changes you. I'm not the same person anymore and there's relationships that don't survive a loss. It makes makes sense to me. Why couples divorce after they lose a child? Because you're not the same person anymore. I would imagine I haven't lost a child just my husband and but It does it changes who you are completely. I'm not the same person anymore. There is very much a hardness there that didn't used to be there's very very much My my nerves feel deadened not really scared anymore and I guess it's kind of it's kind of like about fight club quote that I don't totally remember how it goes verbatim but it's like once you you don't have anything to lose once you have nothing. I lost everything. George was my everything. So it's you know nothing really fazes me me at this point. I think that was. That's probably the most surprising thing about it was like other people's reactions to shit and then the things that you don't think about that you're going to have to deal with like those just like those little weird things like Lua sauce. I can't look at show Lula sauce without crying because that was his this thing. Parmesan cheese sets me over the edge because he loved Parmesan cheese but I can look at pictures of him but yeah like I can't like I can hear his voice. We sometimes like a recordings in. It's okay it's nice it's comforting. I'm grateful I have them other times. Just being assert driving past a certain little area But unlike Oh we did whatever their we walked babs there or something like that battles set me off. It's and I'm trying to think think of something even more specific to like it's just like it's the smallest things that occurred to you as well like during those big monumental days wake lake win. The New Year passed. I realized that he's in two thousand nineteen forever and when I turned twenty nine and this is the last time we're going to be the same age. There's so many things that you don't think about that occurred to you when those times are happening like like when people say like Oh your birthday is going to be really hard. I know you miss them a lot. And so yeah I miss him but there's also all this shit that I'm realizing too. That's that's what you really. I mean not that anybody's ever really truly prepared for this. But it's those if you're a thoughtful person guess a ruminating person whenever you want to call it you you start to have all those thoughts start to make all those connections like that you know shows that he he's never gonNa see rick and Morty he's not GonNa Know How successions you know that that stuff makes me so sad that and then you're supposed to realize that stuff and then go about your day you know within two months to the bereavement time here is about three days and I'm self employed so it's really less because if I don't work don't get paid and there's there's nothing there's no safety nuts here Bernie thing like that how do you do it. How do you some Don Sundays? I don't some days I don't Because it really took a toll hole on my health like I I have. IBS already and the stress really triggers that for me emotions really triggered that for May I have gerd which is like a city thing in your stomach I was so upset. It caused a peptic. Ulcer Uti you're you can fall apart. I'm feel like I'm falling apart. I'm going to the doctors and trying to do my best. But it's like so now managing health stuff grieving.

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"wake lake" Discussed on The Dirty Bits

The Dirty Bits

11:54 min | 2 years ago

"wake lake" Discussed on The Dirty Bits

"I'm so interested because you're right you guys very were in in the public eye and so because of that it makes sense. You'd WanNa grieve that way. But can you talk a little bit more about using that humor as as a coping mechanism and also the reception that you've received from that because I'm sure that there's been both positives and negatives The thing is ninety. Eight percent is very very positive. Ninety eight percent is just so supportive so positive People are saying the relating to it. It's I opening if it's something that they can't relate to it something that's helping them understand their loved one better who's going through something like bought There have been so many people that have reached out who are appreciative and supportive. It's that two percent that is just so brutal that it's hard to deal with because there are people that think that what I'm doing is offensive. You know like we think that I think that I think that my husband's death is funny and it's not it's what surrounding it. That's funny it's using. It's using comedy to cope with back pain because I I will not stop crying unless I start laughing and there have been people that have told me like. That's fucked up. You shouldn't be joking about this like there was a joke that I made I said there was some comedy thing that came home and that would kill George. Guess he can't get any better too soon and somebody was is just so offended by that. Who doesn't really have much of a relationship with a first place and just like you shouldn't be saying that that's so disrespectful? You need to think about the other people who are who are close with him. And I'm like I need to think about the other people that were close to him as if I was not the closest person to him and as if I would not know what he thought was funny he was the king of dark humor about is. There's a reason we are together. And there is a disconnect with people. They don't understand that we are very much a reflection of each other. We're not the same person or anything. We're still our own individual people but the reason we were together is because we are so similar and I think there's kind of this people when people die you tend to view them in a certain light you know. It's just it's Oh. He was so sweet he was so great he was so awesome and yeah he was but that's not all he was either. He was a person in on part of that was as dark humor. We made awful jokes. You know we are south. We Are South Park people. We are big mouth people. If you've seen the cartoon like we're in comedy we love comedy. We called ourselves comedy nerds and that was something George was really passionate about was he was like. There's no line to be crossed comedy. That's his opponent. That was his opinion was was he was just like you should be able to joke about anything and he liked offensive comedians. That's who he was. An people. Don't want me to say that people don't want me to talk about anything about him. That was it could be maybe make somebody uncomfortable or that may be a little offensive or just talk about as good traits. I thought that was a good treat. I like that about him. And what people don't realize when that person passes away you have all of these people that are grieving that person but the person was somebody different to each river. I'm grieving somebody. That was a complete person I know he bore his soul to me. I know him better than anybody. And so for people tell me how to memorial highs him that that probably is the worst thing to deal with them telling me how to feel about him what to say about him what to do about him how he was what he would have wanted because they don't know I know because he bore his soul to me and we were that code we were as he said like totally admitted it. We were codependent before I went up to before he goes to La to work with you. I we saw sobbed in each other's arms because we didn't want to be apart from each other like we were totally codependent. I mean for better or worse. But that's the thing is that people don't realize realize is our relationship was not like oh I guess we get married now kind of thing. We were hungry for each other every single day. And I know that he would be supportive of this and I'm pretty sure he's the one that gave me the idea when I was in this apartment after he died and it popped into into my head and all of that stuff came sledding in all of this confidence that I have I feel like I took on so much of his personality in his energy I I I knew him I know him. They don't know him the way that I do. Yeah and I feel like did you also become a sounding board for everyone else's grief you for some reason everyone's like the widow will listen to me. I'm sad to uh-huh and so you have dealt with that a lot and so you talk about breaking down physically and mentally and just I've watched she over the last sixty days as an. It's like little pieces of deteriorate because day after day. You're you have so much energy you only have so much and it depletes so so quickly when other people are coming to you in a time where you don't have anything to give and that is just what I think has happened over the last sixty days and I think that's something they don't talk about but is there anything else. Maybe that surprised you about the grieving process or is surprising. You in this process. That was a big one was was the with the expectations Like that because and not to say that. Nobody's been supportive. Because I've gotten a ton of support you know like His parents right now are taking care of babs. My dog our dog because I cannot They've been great. It's and and then other you know there's other people in there's other family members and people you consider your family. What have you when you have cobbled together like mine? There's people that you really really thought we're going to be a veteran show up and then they aren't and then there's people you never would have guessed who show up you know it's it that that's what really shocked me was like This one guy that I actually really didn't like in high school. He in shorts were really close friends and I was like those guys are Eric. Lull shitheads because I wanted to be like them but so you had to be mean to him. Because I couldn't because I was jealous but he reached out because he was close. Louis George and we've been talking every day and he's been there for me every day all as much time as I need like all day. He's been there for me and he's has made me feel so much better and I could not believe that. He's a very private person so I don't say his name but I'm just like in shock that that was the person who would be so much my rock during this time I never would have guessed in a million years about was the person and then likewise the people that that you think will reach out. Don't or they do once and that's it just got him. They write this big beautiful long thing if you need need anything at all and then you reach out. And they don't respond so that's when you start learning it's like who who really cares about you. Who is your family and your family ends up? Not necessarily being Expected it to be an. It's makes sense. I was angry for awhile at that but I'm not anymore because it changes you. I'm not the same person anymore and there's relationships that don't survive a loss. It makes makes sense to me. Why couples divorce after they lose a child? Because you're not the same person anymore. I would imagine I haven't lost a child just my husband and but It does it changes who you are completely. I'm not the same person anymore. There is very much a hardness there that didn't used to be there's very very much My my nerves feel deadened not really scared anymore and I guess it's kind of it's kind of like about fight club quote that I don't totally remember how it goes verbatim but it's like once you you don't have anything to lose once you have nothing. I lost everything. George was my everything. So it's you know nothing really fazes me me at this point. I think that was. That's probably the most surprising thing about it was like other people's reactions to shit and then the things that you don't think about that you're going to have to deal with like those just like those little weird things like Lua sauce. I can't look at show Lula sauce without crying because that was his this thing. Parmesan cheese sets me over the edge because he loved Parmesan cheese but I can look at pictures of him but yeah like I can't like I can hear his voice. We sometimes like a recordings in. It's okay it's nice it's comforting. I'm grateful I have them other times. Just being assert driving past a certain little area But unlike Oh we did whatever their we walked babs there or something like that battles set me off. It's and I'm trying to think think of something even more specific to like it's just like it's the smallest things that occurred to you as well like during those big monumental days wake lake win. The New Year passed. I realized that he's in two thousand nineteen forever and when I turned twenty nine and this is the last time we're going to be the same age. There's so many things that you don't think about that occurred to you when those times are happening like like when people say like Oh your birthday is going to be really hard. I know you miss them a lot. And so yeah I miss him but there's also all this shit that I'm realizing too. That's that's what you really. I mean not that anybody's ever really truly prepared for this. But it's those if you're a thoughtful person guess a ruminating person whenever you want to call it you you start to have all those thoughts start to make all those connections like that you know shows that he he's never gonNa see rick and Morty he's not GonNa Know How successions you know that that stuff makes me so sad that and then you're supposed to realize that stuff and then go about your day you know within two months to the bereavement time here is about three days and I'm self employed so it's really less because if I don't work don't get paid and there's there's nothing there's no safety nuts here Bernie thing like that how do you do it. How do you some Don Sundays? I don't some days I don't Because it really took a toll hole on my health like I I have. IBS already and the stress really triggers that for me emotions really triggered that for May I have gerd which is like a city thing in your stomach I was so upset. It caused a peptic. Ulcer Uti you're you can fall apart. I'm feel like I'm falling apart. I'm going to the doctors and trying to do my best. But it's like so now managing health stuff grieving.

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"wake lake" Discussed on Parenting Roundabout

Parenting Roundabout

05:51 min | 2 years ago

"wake lake" Discussed on Parenting Roundabout

"Today we're going to start discussion with the decisions Catherine. You've been struggling struggling with this. Yeah so this. This started because the other day I had to deal with a like last minute. Sick Day. Decision you you know. Are you sick or aren't you. Are you sick enough to stay in school or not and I was ranting to my podcast friends about having should make that kind of decision and the way happens you know practically every day not the same thing but you know something. Yes many many times times per day and often you know either when I haven't had any breakfast yet or I'm in the middle of doing five other things or you know there's always Some life or death matter that has to be decided by me right now. It's stresses me out so so I am wondering if you two are the family decision maker like I guess I am and if so how do you deal if not not then you should teach your age. You know I just I guess I find. Sometimes it's easier to just make the call versus making someone what else do so. Is that the the way it works for you terry usually all. Yeah I mean I am asked the decision maker. I do not deal with hit well at all. I both insist on making the decisions because I don't think anybody else can make them right and resent people for not making them with the South Snowdon. I I can't win. They can't win. Nobody can notions are stressful and You know I feel like they never end in. There is always something enough. I defer a decision just because I cannot deal right now. It's still eats that backfire. My brain I always know that I am not making that decision. And and if I do make a decision then I second guessed it constantly so no decision ever ends. Yeah I think I think the part that is so hardest hardest just the relentlessness of it And everything seems to have equal stakes like yes. It's you know decision on. You know what we're going to eat for dinner or whether or not I should you know go on. The treadmill Mel hour later is just like it. It's so compounding ice yes even really does. Fortunately my husband does make a decision about what to have for dinner but you like take something like insurance which is just endless. decision-making what plan do you pick. which Dr do you go to you know? How do you In which pharmacy. How'd you could this particular claim in should do go for this? Should I call them today. Should I call them tomorrow. Wen-chia Gotcha it's just an and the thought of having to teach somebody else how to do that. You know my kids now. I'm trying to would like to get them to take that stuff over for themselves themselves as indeed. I did when I was that age but I can't figure out how to explain the five thousand nuances involved in handling that it you know we all develop are certain style. We know what to say. We'd no one to call. We know who to bug and so it's like once you take on that burden of decision making you never it's always there and I just really would like if there could be like eight. You know a decision holiday were just you know for these five days there will be no decisions made but I know it will haven happening you know even if we go on vacation so you think wonderful a peaceful vacation where nothing to think about. except I'm always the rest plan what we're GonNa do and then if anybody's unhappy about what we do is it's it's my fault. Everything is my fault. You know if the plane is late if if the traffic if we stop at the wrong fast food joint and they don't have of what you want exhausting use net. Yes and yet. I think we have one zen master of decision making amongst US owned a coal. Unless you're wakes lakes show us how we might follow honestly out down to you well unless you you want to be Self doubting over anxious and who does raise the I just I'm very emotional decision maker and I'm not very logical and so I learned early on on that us to defer some of the bigger ticket items to my husband who is very pragmatic and in. He thinks he's a planner. He thinks things through. Does the pros gone full nine yards so and I mean I still take care of everyday little things that I'm I'm even you know At well he's pretty good about. Yeah we kinda share that that that work litter he takes on most of it for the big things so I guess is decision. You're fine with them. I'm fine with that. Yeah he's he's made some pretty good decisions other within our dogs. She a room. When you're not the one area I'd taken over next time and no yeah? That must be nice. Do you have any sort of mantra that you repeat yourself. All other people are making decisions to keep you from. You know not just jumping in and doing.

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"wake lake" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

10:30 min | 2 years ago

"wake lake" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Nowhere Awareness Krugman say why price controls were bad in the one thousand nine hundred ninety s and that. Stop being a problem since that. All he did was point to some empirical measures he. He didn't explain why the lot so for example is run controls still a problem or now you know basic micro-economic it's been repealed. Doesn't tell us but again. Back in the nineteen ninety s Crewman Sa- thought what. Yeah you put a price control in place. There's going to be a glut or shortage. What do you think's going to happen all right? Well I WANNA move onto this This one Europe suffers from persistent weakness in demand because key players Germany in particular have an obsessive fear of deficits even when the European economy desperately needs stimulus and then he goes on to say that the problem album is that politicians have been unwilling to Keynesian enough now and that that always in the United States. We have the same problem that were. It's never that there's something wrong with the whole Keynesian approach. Never it's always we haven't done enough of it. and Bob's analogy has sometimes been if you were giving a particular medicine. Listen to a group of patients and every single time you gave that medicine that the patient died. Now it's possible that the dosage was wrong but your your first first instinct. Your initial instinct would not be. We just didn't give them enough. That maybe there's something wrong with the thing so with this topic. There are two ways to approach it now. A lot of times we in the tradition. We Wanna I make sure we have the theory right so we want to understand what is wrong with the economy. What went wrong with the economy such that we would have people like Krugman saying it needs stimulus when he says it needs stimulus? That means there's something wrong with it and so we want to know what went wrong with it. And I distinctly recall Krugman in the wake lake of the financial crisis of two thousand eight saying that he was tired of all these people trying to understand what had caused the problem because we needed more people trying to figure out what the way out of the issues. But there's a connection between what caused the problem and how you solve it and that is at the very heart of the Austrian turn analysis. You can't separate these things how you solve it has intimately do with what you think went wrong in the first place and so so when we look at a devastated economy like the one in two thousand eight we want to know what got in that position and so naturally we have the Austrian theory of the business cycle and we look at. What is it that in that artificial boom really hap and as we explained as as multiple newsroom no doubt no there is a misallocation of resources? That resources are misdirected into inappropriate lines of production that are unsustainable that wouldn't have been initiated if people had been operating on the basis of UN manipulated interest rates. Let's say so what we're facing then in the recession is the discovery of of these errors. We have to now shuffle resources back into lines where they can sustainably be placed. Well how does his fist. Monetary Stimulus obviously does not solve that problem because it just adds more white noise into entrepreneurial calculation. That doesn't solve the problem which is more of what caused the problem but then we also have fiscal stimulus with the government could borrow some money and build bridges but again is the problem that we don't have enough bridges. Is that the problem. The problem is that we have a lot of resources that are not where they belong. And if the government just arbitrarily just comes up with these economically arbitrary projects that are politically determined. Is that going to help us. Make sure that resources go where they sustainably can rest of a where they really belong. No Shuffles them into more arbitrary lines so we have this theoretical opposition to the the twin forms of stimulus but then we could approach it the way a lot of people prefer to see it approach which is through empirical examination. Right we can say well. How have these sorts of approaches worked and this is not the preferable way to to look at it for a number number of reasons but it satisfies a lot of people if you can say look? They tried fiscal stimulus. And here's what happened and in the case of the. US It so happens. Is that when you try to find real examples of fiscal stimulus lifting the economy out of a Rut. It's very hard to find that. So what you actually refined as Bob has pointed out is that the proponents of fiscal stimulus are reduced to saying okay. Sure fiscal stimulus didn't solve the Great Depression but it would have been a lot worse worse without it. Well that's a contrary to fact speculation and then we can find one or two other examples of this but yet we can actually find the reverse. Oh Bob is actually written by the women but a plug this right now. Bob Actually has a book called Contra Krugman and the subtitle can I tell them who came up with the subtitle go ahead. The subtitle has woods written all over it. The subtitle is smashing the errors of America's most famous Keynesian. Okay and in that book. You've got every topic under the Sun with all the empirical evidence you could possibly ask for and all the theory that you crave as an Austrian all under one cover so Contra Krugman Book Dot Com is where you should go. You'll be very very deeply and profoundly satisfied by that but but do you want to. Maybe something on this. This line about fiscal stimulus. Sure let me let me. We'll do this narrow case I just brought it to the general principle principal here so again Krugman is saying the Yes. There's problems with Europe. He even goes so far as I say I wouldn't be surprised if Europe is the epicenter of the next global crisis so crew. Very smart here. He you know he's very strategic so now no matter what happens he was right right if Europe does very well. He's going to. I told you we should stop complaining about euro-sclerosis as I wrote my textbook became less docket. Right he could say that if Europe crashes and has the next Great Depression he can say well. I told you that might happen. It's just now. He's covering himself and saying if if they do have a global crisis it's not going to be because of their generous unemployment benefits so on it's going to be he because all those Germans there so fiscally austere now if it weren't for them if they were to be willing to run bigger budget deficits and if the European Central Bank would be willing to cut interest rates more with the flood the mark was more liquidity. That would have solved. The problem is because of these right wingers. That's the problem and so again noticed there that he's no matter what happens. He's going to claim indication education. What you say okay? If what you're saying is the reason for example that Francis still having some trouble. It's not because of French policies. But because of this general what he calls austerity for coming from the Germans primarily. Then you would expect the worst place would be Germany. You would think they would be the ones that would have really high unemployment and maybe that would offshoot a little bit and trickle over to France somehow and hurt them too because of the German you know pigheadedness but no I showed you before the German economy their labor market at least is way better than the French wants. So it's odd that it's Germany causing all these problems for France and yet the German economy so time was saying if you had to guess if even if you weren't guided by theory and we just say Oh. The Germans are doing the wrong thing. The French are doing the right thing. Wouldn't you expect the German economy to be a lot worse than the French and yet you see the other way around. So that's one thing and then as Tom says also just more historically there are plenty of examples of countries where the government debt to GDP was getting too high was getting alarming and and the countries engaged in what has been called a steady. And some cases they legitimately cut spending not just cut the rate of growth or actually cut it in those could. There's plenty of success. Stories that have been documented candidate. Did it. There are several countries in Europe. It did I think Ireland did it where you can see. They drastically reduced their government that GDP ratio even even in times when the economy was weak and nothing bad happened right. Their exports went up over their interest rates fell and so on and so- crewmen in one column had to go through and explain away all those cases and he did the way. I said he's Oh. Well the reason that country got away with it was because their currency went down and their exports went up or yeah their interest rates went down at a but none of those counted and has Thompson when you ask them okay. So you're explaining away all the examples of where austerity wirt. You explain them all the way instead. There were extenuating sir. Okay show me examples of when big visit pump priming work and they truly can't give a single example. They might as Tom said they might say something like. Oh well the United States. The Obama Stimulus Samuela package but no the economy got worse in the Keynesian response was to say it would have been worse even still so. There's no time when you can point to this medicine and being applied and the economy got better even World War Two is often considered to be the great example and believe it or not Krugman has taken that away in the and the reason is because Robert Robert Barrel went through and he looked at to say the CAIN. What what's the multiplier effect? If you look at government budget deficits and so on and it was very low and so- oh crewmen then said Oh well the way he crewmen explain. That barrels result was to say well there was wartime rationing. In other words the private sector wasn't allowed to consume more. Yes the big government deficits of world war two in the US would have led to a huge expansion in private sector gp but it was literally illegal because of rationing so again another case case where the Keynesians are assuring us. The data would fit our predictions if there wasn't something stopping it right but there's not a single example where they can point to. The country was in trouble. There's huge deficit spending and then the country got objectively better. As always we think we arrested the slide and it would have been much worse in the cases where there's fiscal austerity already in the economy does fine. They always say oh. Well you know the. I guess. The economy wasn't such trouble after all so it's at any one or two examples you could just say but if consistently over time is always one way and not the other it starts making you think maybe leading politicians borrow and spend money doesn't help the economy. I know it's crazy but maybe maybe not for folks who don't listen to the Contra Krugman podcast a lot of times at the end of the episode as we're wrapping up. I'll say all right Bob. I think we're all finished and Bob will say can I just say two more things and we are sure. Of course you know. It's our show but I had a friend.

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"wake lake" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"wake lake" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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"wake lake" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

Casefile True Crime

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"wake lake" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

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Casefile True Crime

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"wake lake" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

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"wake lake" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

10:33 min | 3 years ago

"wake lake" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Guy who provided massive social opportunities parties the under age girls to any number of powerful people not just Democrats but primarily Democrats all right he is somebody who is shrouded in mystery about where he got his money there's a lot of mythology attached to Jeffrey Jeffrey Epstein because there's so little actually not a lot of people become billionaires you to find out how they did it what what they did that resulted in a generation of that kind of wealth without stand nobody knows for sure thanks so much wealth management is never been a hedge funder says some people say is a consultant to the only advises billionaires and takes a con of how well they do after his consultancy advice it's murky but when he was known for wise jet set globetrotting he's also considered to be a mensa type genius he is fascinated by mathematics fascinated by physics he bank rolls major blob ivy league universities science and math departments personally invites professors in specialty stores homes for dinner fix their brains they're flattered to be invited he's not contrary to this the story that that's being made public now but the underage girls mean that sleazy stuff but he's he's not Hollywood type sleaze the guys got other involvements attachments is what makes him such a attractive figured to people who are attracted to people like this I've had a madam the daughter of Robert Maxwell she helped to procure the under age women and knew full well what she was doing for all of the guests of about ninety am for him personally it was widely known for a lot of years and nobody did anything about it because Jeffrey Epstein big time multi billionaire lawyers doctors everybody in his back pocket everybody was a customer everybody was a beneficiary he played it very smart what he didn't count on was these young girls growing up telling their parents what had happened and what appears to know where they were during the day or at night fourteen fifteen years old you know I'm like it is because the parents could be now there's not all and when parents began to find out that's when they began to get all the lawyers and that's what a different group of people started acting interested in this you're telling me what this guy has use your daughter to provide massage Israelis well to do people and made what doing it and she's under great yes so it was the attempts by lawyers representing the the young girl victims that really got all of this going and it resulted in as I mentioned yesterday the Palm Beach police department did a multiple year exhaustive investigation and they got witnesses they got details they got facts and figures dollar amounts that they came up with evidence beyond evidence they turned it over to the Palm Beach county state attorney's office where it buried it basically got buried in the Palm Beach police department was beside itself they could not understand what was going on I mean they could they did but it was it was such to them it was such an open and shut case there wasn't any question about what was going on inside the rooms at this guy's home here in Palm Beach or wherever else he has homes and the part be centuries offices in elective office it was run by Democrats for many of the years this was going on so it ends up being from the from the standpoint of state law and steam that's nine got a veritable slap on the wrist and the state attorney's office of my memory is correct so they didn't have enough to prosecute data that would go to court the witnesses weren't reliable you know this this kind of thing but when the lawsuits began to settle lawsuits began to those that were entered into by the parents of some of the girls well that's when the case became federal because it involves crossing state lines so forth and Alex Acosta whose trims labor secretary the the cliff notes version of this is he was the US attorney for the Southern District of Myanmar sinister Florida which is in Miami at the time all of this came to have not kept nines lawyers down here was a who's who you think OJ him defense table of so you should have seen this one in included in that team of lawyers and representatives will professor Dershowitz I mean there were there were all kinds of mental health specialist I mean it was an army of people and the message was clear you want to bring a suit against this guy you're going to get better you're going to get destroyed you have a powerful people who aren't Titans of the law on Epstein side anyway I don't know all the details but a final plea deal was made with that sign and Alex Acosta was the US attorney in the office at the time which made the deal and it involves basically a year and a half in jail time at the Palm Beach county jail with work release privileges everyday the guy get goal all twelve hours a day he was not in jail a full time sun up to sun down with twenty four seven for a year and a half he got out early for good behavior so for and the victims of our large this is just not right this is this is there anybody else women's impacted never seen again something that most people would be a club get ball after all this and just a year and a half solved there have been numerous portions to re open the plea deal the plea deal that was signed involved immunity and for prosecution for a number of apps dean's associates and and himself and a push was made to re open that based on the fact that the plea deal was against the law they might say rush I thought plea deals once that was happened at once that signed a person you could bring about you can't normally but if those things are believed to be illegal then your Cameri off that's what's happening now that's what has happened the Southern District of New York has decided that the plea deal made by the Southern District of Florida is full of holes and so now they're going to take this case and they're prosecuted and what's interesting is everybody involved in this once you have state was sentenced to a year and a half in the Palm Beach county jail everybody thought it was over everybody thought they'd skated everybody thought they had gotten out alive with not even their names but now they are quite in their boats the Democrats who want to politicize everything are trying to make sure that none of this is associated with the Democratic Party when most of this is Democrats Epstein's Democrat Clinton's a Democrat most of the people visiting Epstein were Democrats a lot of more a political of some of his neighbors there were just people average ordinary people who know Epstein and go in and have a little fun frolic for a couple hours with some women and leave not political at all but the people with whom Epstein was close to home he donated support bankrolled Democrats like leftists are now busy at waking lakes are the ad and that it will be with you wikipedia trying to remove all Democrats names from the wikipedia entry for Epstein Clinton's out to others no I know the guy Hey Hey limits as some do every time I flew with this guy a what his dad's the secret service was right there don't you dare try to pin this thing on me I look at me never I never had sex with any of those women in Epstein's halls ever not a single time I got to get back to Hillary so that's Clinton's line but we got somebody now say he'll wiring he was much more about we know older wise they were bragging about it it was a big deal to be invited nine seven twenty seven or whatever it wants to fly off to Africa supposedly on some kind of a charity mission but those were just covers he invited the Epstein's private island in the Virgin Islands and I guarantee you there weren't any on sept Stein's private island so now they're trying to turn they're trying to make Alex Acosta terms labor sector he's the guy needs to put the pressure yeah so this morning truck you'll sure who was the biggest sponsor of pre bar well former United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York he ran the office he was he was Chucky was guy Chuckie was out there demanding that are stuck quit as labor secretary because of how Singh was his conduct in making the original deal with Epstein to basically give him a pass and if if a customer will not resign Chuck Hughes demanding that from fire and so here we are here these guys pop up change the narrative go on offense with this stuff when they want to be on defense for as long as the day is long as long as this month last they ought to be on the fence but now they're trying to make the bad guy here are constant not abstain or I'm hearing people pronounce it at nine this morning so I've always heard it pronounced up sting and I'm not trying to purposely got it wrong but I'm telling Alex Acosta I don't care what is a bomb we had nothing to do with the substance of why anybody is interested in this this is a fox the Democrats are in a mad dash to cover this up because this is once again a bunch of Democrats a bunch a left just totally dist respecting young women having their way with them sexually and then discarding them the me to moment there aren't any Republicans in this story they're gonna try to manufacture some they're gonna try to play some there and that's why they're focusing on Alex Acosta trump just got finished defending a cost to the press gaggle in the oval office is a big announcement of the deal coming up in Qatar Qatar is going to buy a bunch of Boeing airplane big big deal trump announced that and so the president where do you live no class is a great guy great guys doing a great job this treasure Texas sorry from came out with the family but that's that's what the attempt today is is to shift all the attention and focus white maps nine over to Alex across let me take a break this up a.

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"wake lake" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

13:09 min | 3 years ago

"wake lake" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Website and only those purchases and proceeds headed to balance that the tunnel towers foundation of any right now back to the the the nose of the day the stacks of stuff this is a what would you be brittle history lesson even though I know history is boring to people but not the way I do it I know everybody is looking at what's next what's coming up what's next but in order to understand the steps nine stuff you have to know a little bit of history the guy has been a devoted supporter of Democrats he has been a loyal Democrat he is not been active publicly say at the democratic convention or Democrat fund raisers but fundraisers but he is a major major financial bank roller he also is a guy who provided massive social opportunities parties the under age girls too and the number of powerful people are not just Democrats but primarily Democrats hi he is somebody who is shrouded in mystery about where he got his money there's a lot of mythology attached to Jeffrey Jeffrey Epstein they because they're so little actually not a lot of people become billionaires you can find out how they did it what what they did that resulted in a generation of that kind of wealth without stand nobody knows for sure they have so much wealth management he's never been a hedge funder says some people say is a consultant in the only advises billionaires and takes a con of how well they do after his consultancy advice it's murky but what he was known for our wives jet set globe trotting he's also considered to be a mensa type genius he is fascinated by mathematics fascinated by physics he bank rolls major Ivy League universities science and math departments personally invites professors in specialties to is homes for dinner fix their brains they're flattered to be invited he's not contrary to this the story that that's being made public now above the underage girls I mean that sleazy stuff but he's he's not Hollywood type sleaze the guys got other involvements and attachments is what makes him such a attractive figured to people who are attracted to people like this I he had a madam the daughter of Robert Maxwell she helped to procure the under age women I knew full well what she was doing for all of the gas of about nine am for him personally anyway the stuff was widely known for a lot of years and nobody did anything about it because Jeffrey Epstein big time multi billionaire lawyers doctors everybody in his back pocket everybody was a customer everybody was a beneficiary he played it very smart what he didn't count on was these young girls growing up telling their parents what had happened and why other parents to know where they were during the day or at night fourteen fifteen years old you know I'm lackadaisical some parents can be nowadays not all and when parents began to find out that's when they began to get all the lawyers and that's when a different group of people started acting interested in this you're telling me what this guy has used your daughter to provide massages Rowley's well to do people and made what doing it and she's under great yes so it was the attempts by lawyers representing the the young girl victims that really got all of this going and it resulted in as I mentioned yesterday the Palm Beach police department did a multiple year exhaustive investigation and they got witnesses they got details they got facts and figures dollar amounts they they came up with evidence beyond evidence they turned it over to the Palm Beach county state attorney's office where it buried it basically got buried in the Palm Beach police department was beside itself they could not understand what was going on I mean they could they did but it was it was such to them it was such an open and shut case there wasn't any question about what was going on inside the rooms at this guy's home here in Palm Beach or wherever else he has homes and the Palm Beach state attorney's office is an elective office it was run by Democrats for many of the years this was going on so it ends up being a from the from the standpoint of state law and steamed up Stein got a veritable slap on the wrist and the state attorney's office of my memory is correct said they didn't have enough to prosecute data that would go to court the witnesses weren't reliable you know this this kind of thing but when the lawsuits began the civil lawsuits began to that were entered into by the parents of some of the girls well that's when the case became federal because it involves crossing state lines and so forth and Alex Acosta who is trumps labor secretary the the cliff notes version of this is he was the US attorney for the Southern District of Myanmar sinister Florida which is in Miami at the time all of this came to have not Epstein's lawyers down here was a who's who you think J. Hannah defense table of who's so you should have seen this one and included in that team of lawyers and representatives will professor Dershowitz I mean there were there were all kinds of mental health specialist I mean it was an army of people and the message was clear you want to bring a suit against this guy you're going to get better you're gonna get destroyed you have powerful people who they are Titans of the law on Epstein's side anyway I don't know all of the details but a final plea deal was made without Stein and Alex Acosta was the US attorney in the office at the time which made the deal and it involves basically a year and a half of jail time at the Palm Beach county jail with work release privileges ever date a guy got to call home twelve hours a day he was not in jail a full time sun up to sun down with twenty four seven for a year and a half then he got out early for good behavior so forth and the victims of our large this is just not right this is this is the anybody else would have been sent packing and never seen again for me or most people would be at club get well after all this and just a year and a half solved there have been numerous portions to re open the plea deal the plea deal that was signed involved immunity and from prosecution for a number of apps dean's associates and and himself and a push was made to re open that based on the fact that the plea deal was against the law that you might say rush I thought plea deals once that was happened once that sign they were signed you could bring about you can't normally but if those things are believed to be illegal then your Cameri off that's what's happening now that's what has happened the Southern District of New York has decided that the plea deal made by the Southern District of Florida is full of holes and so now they're going to take this case and they're prosecuted and what's interesting is everybody involved in this once abstain was sentenced to a year and a half in the Palm Beach county jail everybody thought it was over everybody thought they'd skated everybody thought they had gotten out alive with not even their names but now they are quaking in their boots the Democrats who want to politicize everything are trying to make sure that none of this is associated with the Democratic Party when most of this is Democrats Epstein's Democrat Clinton's a Democrat most of the people visiting Epstein were Democrats a lot of more a political of some of his neighbors there were just people average ordinary people who knew Epstein to go in and have a little fun frolic for a couple hours with some women and leave not political at all but the people with whom Epstein was close to home he donated support bankrolled Democrats like leftists are now busy at waking lakes are the add and edit wiki wiki wikipedia trying to remove all Democrat names from the wikipedia entry for Epstein Clinton's other others no but I know the guy Hey Hey limits as some do every time I flew with this guy a what his dad's the secret service was right there don't you dare try to pin this thing on me I look at me never I never had sex with any of those women in Epstein's halls ever not a single time I gotta get back to Hillary so that's Clinton's line but we got somebody now say he'll wiring he was much more now we know that he has they were bragging about it it was a big deal to be a vitamin ups nine seven twenty seven or whatever it was to fly off to Africa supposedly on some kind of a charity mission but those were just covers he invited the Epstein's private island in the Virgin Islands and I guarantee you there weren't any on Epstein's private island so now they're trying to turn they're trying to make Alex Acosta terms labor sector he's the guy needs to pay the price here yeah so this morning Chuck you'll show more who was the biggest sponsor of free bar wiring former United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York he ran the office he was he was Chucky was guy Chuckie was out there demanding that our car stuck quit as labor secretary because of how embarrassing was his conduct in making the original deal with Epstein to basically give him a pass and if if I Custer will not resign Chuck Hughes demanding that trump fired so here we are here these guys pop up change the narrative go on offense with this stuff when they want to be on defense for as long as the day is long as long as this month last they ought to be on defense but now they're trying to make the bad guy here are cost not abstain or I'm hearing people pronounce that's nine this morning so I've always heard it pronounced apps the and I'm not trying to purposely got it wrong but I'm telling Alex Acosta I don't care what is a bomb we had nothing to do with the substance of why anybody is interested in this this act is a fox the Democrats are in a mad dash to cover this up because this is once again a bunch of Democrats a bunch of left just totally dist respecting young women having their way with them sexually and then discarding them the me to moment there aren't any Republicans in this story they're gonna try to manufacture some they're gonna try to play some there and that's why they're focusing on Alex Acosta trump just got finished defending a cost to the press gaggle in the oval office is a big announcement of the deal coming up in Qatar Qatar is going to buy a bunch of Boeing airplane big big deal trump announced that and so the president we finally got to you know class is a great guy great guy is doing a great job as treasure Texas sorry trump came out and defended but that's that's what the attempt today is is to shift all the attention and focus wait maps nine over to Alex across let me take a break because I'm a lawyer powerful name in talk radio the network six hundred W. 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"wake lake" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

04:11 min | 3 years ago

"wake lake" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"If you like your plan you while you're up the creek as far as comma Harris's concern, but she's already gone through this four month journey now since she launched in mid January that she has had to reboot her campaign effort because it's so lackluster right now and Ditto for Beto he had to go. On the view today. And we'll just take a listen to how that went Vanity Fair cover to announce your campaign, and you said you were born to be in it. You went across the country alone on a road, Fred after you last year election, and you said you quote, sometimes help raise your kids. These are things in my mind that female candidate wouldn't be able to get away with do you think you can get away with more because you're a man, and you have any regrets about launching on the cover of Vanity Fair, by the way, what a great question for Meghan McCain, and and. I I I can only hope and pray that that I can't even say joy Behar's the other women on that panel. Who are not Republicans? Like, Meghan McCain is I can only hope and pray that when they have a Republican candidate sitting with them that they would be as respectful as insightful and as prepared to ask a question like that. That's a great question, especially from the perspective of the view viewers, the viewers the few viewers. The few reviewers. I'll stop. It's a great question. You know, you get on the cover Vanity Fair. You say you are born to run you only sometimes take care of your kids. A woman candidate would not get away with those answers. Do you get away with more because you're a man, by the way, here's his? Impossible to understand answer that doesn't actually directly respond to the question. You're right. There are things that I have been privileged to do in my life that that others cannot, and I think the more that I travel listen to people in learn from them the clear that comes becomes to me when women in this country are paid eighty cents dollar that man makes African American women sixty one cents Latinos, fifty three cents when you have ten times the wealth in white America than you do in black America. The question was you come across his kind of a douche Bego? A woman wouldn't be able to get away with saying the crap you say, and now he's talking about income disparity between Latinos and African Americans and whites and by the way, last I checked wages and employment opportunities for Latinos. And African Americans and women are better than they've ever been under a democrat president in this country. So that's really the argument he wants to make a losing one. Because what what's he going to take us back to the good old days of the Obama administration? The Clinton administration things were much worse for blacks in America. But he continues when you have the largest prison population the face of the planet and its disproportionate comprised of people of color, this systematic foundational discrimination that we have in this country in every aspect of life is something that I have not experienced in my lifetime, and I've had advantages that others cannot enjoy that. You're a democrat when you're a liberal when you're woke lake Vado Aurora. You don't actually have to make sense. I don't have to deliver fact you don't have to deliver information as long as you say all the right? Little progressive buzzwords, like income disparity and discrimination and. This color, and that gender you could say anything, it's just a word salad. But as long as you hit the right phrases. You're a hero. More nonsense from beta Aurora in a moment and nice little fat between Alexander Cortez in Joe Biden, as we take a little trip around the Democrats campaign trail today and my question to you who's the first big name that drop out. It's going to happen sooner rather than later. Triple eight six thirty.

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"wake lake" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

07:27 min | 3 years ago

"wake lake" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"I saw this on ESPN dot com where I see a picture of JR. And then the other side the pitcher of Otto porter. And I'm like, oh, this is interesting how the bulls are quietly rebuilding a playoff team frills. Well. Let's take a look at that roster. Showy the bulls plant making a playoff push now at this point in time nineteen and fifty. Okay before I even look at the roster. Let's do this before look at the roster. Let's take a look at the east, shall we? Eastern Conference with Milwaukee. Milwaukee is head and shoulders. At this point in time the best team in the Eastern Conference at fifty one and seventeen Janas. The all the question. I had pretty honest is who else around him could be able to shoot the basketball and make him better. And I and I'll see when you have Chris Middleton on that roster. I say, well, you know, what here's a guy here that can get it done. Malcolm. Brockton is fifty four thousand ninety guy they do have shooters around Janas now. Now that team is built is it built to last. We will find out, but it's a team next few years that will be heard from for sure there's a Toronto Raptors would choir Leonard. Kawhi Leonard with that crazy laugh their years with the Toronto Raptors, right? Good team. It's a solid team better than it was when derozen was there the Philadelphia seventy Sixers and Jimmy Butler Jimmy Butler, which whichever way the wind blows Jimmy will be there. He'll be in Philadelphia this year he'll be with the clippers next year. You just never know what Jimmy Butler whichever way the wind blows a loved that. By the way, when Jimmy came to Chicago with the seventy Sixers and that crazy game at ending where Jimmy Butler thought, hey, I'm going to put on his head band. This is my cities my town. I'm going to win in the bulls. Stuck it up is you know, what that was pretty funny as interesting because he no he was disheartened that he lost in the place that he felt like he built but Philadelphia's good, and I will give props to Elton brand. Yeltsin brands, Joel manager for the seventy Sixers Elton's done more in a year than the front office of the bowls have done in ten. That's not hyperbole. I mean, that's he's done a great job in that job that early because of Jimmy leaves have Tobias Harris. So they've got some good moving parts there. The Indiana Pacers with their hard hat in their lunch pail through the nice job. Without Victoria depot. There's a Boston Celtics, many people still believe that the Celtics will win these conference despite their ups and downs and Kyrie Irving whether or not he's going to be with the ball club next year. Not Brooklyn's been a good tough team this year. And then you you just question marks Detroit. The heat the Orlando Magic Charlotte are the wizards underachieve this year without John wall with the injury. So sure there's spots open for sure I gave you six strong team seven eight still, you know, still available. I liked the core of the bulls. I liked the core of the bull's eye. Like that Lauri Markkanen continues to get better. Yes. He's had his struggles of the last say three weeks shooting the basketball. He hasn't been great. But this. This is March. I'm not concerned about that. I'm looking at the the whole as a player, and I think that marketing is a really solid player for four Chicago. I like him out. Oh, Puerto junior like the signing on the reason why you're gonna win. A game auto Puerto is a good solid player of for this bull's team. And then Zach LeVine there, there's some there's some interesting things would sack Levin. I don't know if that's a go-to guy when you're a good basketball team. Or if he's just a guy go to guy or put them the poll at ESPN one thousand Danny Zach, LeVine, dot dot dot, go-to guy or just a guy 'cause on a bad team. It's hard to say on a good team. I don't know. And I guess we're gonna find out next year when the records zero zero will not Levine's that is that guy or not. But I think that the core is good. But after that what else do you have? And that's what I'm always asked. Like what else are you going to do to try to get better? And so with the bulls. A playoff team. I'd I I had to see what else is around the team. Besides those three it's good to have a core. But that caused got stay healthy. That's number one. But number two what else are they going to do? That's the question. I remember Michael Reinsdorf talking with Casey Johnson the Chicago Tribune a couple of weeks ago. I'm sure that we all discussed it here. And we talked about what Michael Reinsdorf in his vision for the team. How he doesn't understand how come people call John Paxton gar Forman garp packs, and there's there's a little tone deafness with Michael when it comes to how fans really feel about this team in the underachievement of this basketball team. And and so I was thinking about what Michael was saying. And Michael's gotta realize that he could talk trying to shine up Kirk Hinrich and talk about Carlos boozer and players of the past before and after Derrick rose, but meant what it comes down to it comes down to is consistency. Being in the playoffs is a positive doesn't matter. If you don't win the championship or not is all comes down to being able to be a team. That's always in the mix for the championship being in the playoffs. And I just see a lot of underachievement of injuries. And that's not good now says, I don't know. I don't even know who this that wasn't world. Chris I want you to tell me who that was. That was not JR. Confirmed that was. Coach. Okay. I what do you think he's an alien wearing a mask that is? I don't know I guard packs alien that came down to earth the tell us good bowls news on a Thursday morning. You pull the mask off? It's an alien. It's I actually pulled blog. Who is who is that guy? I saw look I see the video. I just can't I see his mouth movie. I can't believe that Tim saying that though. On a random March March day here on Thursday. That's what he woke up with. Yeah. Oh, good morning. Honey, you know, scratches themselves, scratches the chest. And it sounds like that. Probably harry. Wakes? Lakes up and says, you know, Honey, I feel like I wanna talk about the bulls today. She goes, whatever she doesn't. She doesn't care. Back to the chest. Good morning. I think the bulls are going to be a playoff team. Does he go to Scott van pelt? What that is. He come to the desk on sportscenter and talks about the bulls. I mean, there's lots of going on the VA, but he brings up the bulls. You see the video there's no desk with Scott van pelt. It's it's whoa. Gina room with multiple cameras to do you notice that the multiple cuts are different angles? I believe side straight on when I woke up this morning. I wasn't gonna talk lead. The bulls at all, but woes wakes up has a Cup of coffee or if your daily had a drink of Kombucha gets gives himself going this morning. Bulls playoffs. Let's talk about it. Wow. That's a prize me. Really? Did. I think as I mentioned I liked the core. But what else are you going to build around that core Levin porter marketing fine. I just wanna know what they were build around it though. Before you step out on a one thousand nine hundred fifty team on March day and say that they're going to be a playoff team. Not sure if that's going to be the case. All right coming up next. We will bring you a few.

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"wake lake" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

17:33 min | 3 years ago

"wake lake" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Welcome back to coast to coast, David Politis with us with just remarkable stories. David to these stories come to you. Now are people emailing? You these stories San, hey, somebody just missed disappeared here. How do you find them? All. Stories of everyone who disappears and I think people really need to read the books go to your library, get them, whatever and understand the profile that we're looking looking at. We're not interested in everyone who disappears everyone. It's disappointing that they do. But I don't have the time for it. We're looking for this specific profile points that point to these people. Fitting a specific class disappears. And that's what we're looking for. Let's talk about some water related disappearances in tragedies as well. Let's pick it up with the Martinez Wyndham what happened there. So the cases we're gonna talk about for the next three or four here all occurred in the greater Minneapolis Saint Paul area. Now, that's weird. It is very strange and in my last book, I defied a series of places in North America. And in other countries where this is happening at a very very high degree, the number one place in the world right now, we're this is happening is in Manchester in the UK, Manchester has a series of canals and rivers that criss cross the city, and they have had a number of young men that have fallen into these canals and died and a large percentage of them. The medical examiner said we don't know what killed him. And some of these canals you could stand up and walk out, but their debt to Manchester the UK now, let's talk about Saint Paul Martinez. Wyndham thirty eight years old disappeared November. Seventh two thousand fifteen from savage. Minnesota the city just south west right on the periphery, Minneapolis, Saint Paul. He owned a credit recovery business. He coached youth basketball and lakeville just south of park drive in east of highway thirteen on the seventh. He put on his running shoes, and he told his family. He's going to go for a run. You never came back. Now, I've written. I've written many stories about these people that have gone for a run never come back later found in a body of water is body was found almost four months later on the eleventh of March in a holding pond behind a target store. And I we thirteen and when you look at this holding pond from the air three quarters of it is surrounded by real tall. Trees and thick brush now as of today, there's no cause of death released by the corner. Still. Now, I wrote about a case in my last book the case of Joshua swallows twenty two years old from Indianapolis he disappeared on eleven to twelve went to a friend's house to visit and your midnight rive socialized to having a good time. He left his phone in the residence. And he said, I'm just gonna go outside for a second. He's never seen again. Now, there's a retention pond. Next to a Kroger store about a quarter mile away. And rescue workers that were looking for him the next day found his shoe kind of on the periphery of the pond Indianapolis fire put a tactical dive team in this pond. It's not a big pond, Georgia's probably two or three times the size of a normal swimming pool, if that in probably not very deep, I would guess no tactical Daikin spent the day cleared. It said there's nothing there. Now fast forward to the twenty third an employee of the stores walking by the pond. And he sees the body in the water fire department comes back out they pull the kid out. No shoes. No socks on. Now, here's the important point. And something that's overlooked by some investigators. So he went missing on the second of November two thousand twelve he's found twenty one days later in that pond. The coroner said that the body appeared to be in the water one week. It would be delighted falling apart. If it was in the water that long. So his parents said in a lengthy interview that their son number one never took his socks off ever. Even when he was walking around their house. He was really good swimmer, and he would no way ever ever in November going upon for a swim. Now, the coroner ruled it accidental drowning any hedged it. He said, well, it's possibly accidental drowning. Meaning to me. The guy's not real sure. And when you look at the two Taliban of what I've done in in this last book and five and fifty more cases this year. Just like this important point quarter said appeared the body had been in the water for one week where was he for two weeks? And how did he get out there a quarter mile away when he simply one outside that house for just a little bit? And then he disappeared. Now, another key point to this is that he didn't have a cell phone with them. I've written that it appears as though that's one of the target points. Well, you know, I was just gonna ask you that. Because because of the other case of the woman found dead with a little baby you said, no cell phone this no cell phone. I find that to be ironic is specially with a twenty two year old young man, they live on their phones, they live on their phones for sure now this case you stood. He forgot his phone, right? Where he left it inside the apartment, and they didn't say what the reason was behind it. Even that. I mean, how many people leave their phones just sitting around unless they forget it not a lot right now. It might in this last book of mine called a sobering coincidence. The I talk about a number of these disappearances where the person that disappeared is on the phone with somebody asked they vanish and what they say is completely bizarre. Sometimes they'll say where are you? I need you here. Now, boom phone goes dead. They're found in a river, you know, three miles away thirty days later. Now, here's probably one of the most bizarre cases, you will ever hear Henry McCabe thirty two years old. He's an auditor for the state of Minnesota a revenue auditor, very smart, man. Get a lot of public speaking to businesses and things about revenue Minnesota. On the seventh of September. He went out with some friends to thirty approximately a tells a buddy. Hey, just dropped me at the gas station. I'm going to get something to eat, and I'm just going to walk home. He gets dropped at the gas station and it to twenty eight. The phone those to as he makes a call to his wife, Karen, McCabe, and it goes to voicemail, and it's recorded and the wife said it sounds like he was injured. Here's a pause. He's somebody says stop it. But intermixed with that for two minutes is a series of moans growls and groans. That are out of this world. Strange and anybody can go online Google Henry McCabe. Growls sounds on a voicemail, and it's out there right now and you'll hear the ground the groans, you will it's very explicit. It's it's nasty. Now, he just he disappears on September seventh. His wife gets this voicemail and thinks what the heck is going on. They search everywhere for him on November second, you know? Almost two months later is body is found in a place called rush lake kayakers going down the wake lake finds body in the water calls. The sheriff sheriff comes out pulls the body out. And they say, it's fresh water drowning. Now in my last book, I talk about something called G H P H D is almost like a paralytic drug. It makes you know, what's happening to your body. But you can't move and years ago. It used to be called the date rape drug now in in several of the cases, I chronicled the corner went above and beyond their normal screening for drugs, and they screen for other things, and they found these super exorbitantly high levels of GHB in several of these people's bodies. Now when you read things as though the parents says, yeah, he's a great swimmer. But if they had these super high levels of GHB in their system, they couldn't swim. So if a determination comes down that they drowned they didn't drown because they didn't try they drown because they couldn't get out. They couldn't move now. And you start to think, well, you know, somebody at a bar drug him. No. And the reason being is that the levels of the GHB that are found in their bodies where it's tested for our so far beyond the norms of what we see in people that have had date rape drugs. You have to think how is it being administered? And when is it being administered, and which each one of those things that are naturally occurring agent in the human body? But one reason that it's a really good drug to Hughes on somebody is that it comes out of your system, really fast. And out of this. I don't know twenty drugs that are normal medical examiner examiner. Screens for GHB is not one. That's that's the these cases just get stranger and stranger and stranger, David. So again, that's the second case on the periphery of Minneapolis. Saint Paul go to October thirty two thousand fifteen job room twenty three years old. He was captain of his football hockey and baseball teams when he was in high school. He was a graduate of a Nokia college, and he was going to his friend's wedding. At a Holiday Inn in off -sego Minnesota. He was last seen walking across the street to a cornfield from the bar in the hotel. Everyone thought he was going to the bathroom or something. You never came back. He was reported missing. When this happened, George, I could've told you exactly where they're gonna find this man because no more than four hundred yards on the other side of this field. The Mississippi River another water case, and that's exactly where they found him days later, and they determined. It was drowning with alcohol as a contributing factor. Now, go to March twenty fifth two thousand fifteen four fifty nine in the afternoon. Twenty one year old William happy four fifty nine. He calls his dad, this isn't Rochester. Minnesota just thought that Minneapolis kid play competitive tennis volunteered. At the mayo clinic. Was going to school, and they come home for just a short period of time was set to graduate from the university of Illinois and six weeks. Outstanding student outstanding person came over the weekend. His dad bought him a new pair of shoes. And he went for a run is phone was last pinged at fifty fifth street northwest and west river road. He didn't come home that afternoon is reported as missing. Bodies found a month in one day later at seven pm. In a pond in a quarry on foster Iran park. Such a strange place to find a body. I can't even explain to you. How strange it is CASA death ever reeled. You know? And that's that's obviously one of the things that everyone's concerned about and no cause of death was released by the coroner why why don't they release these things? You know, maybe they don't release it. Because when they can't find it. They don't want to be embarrassed that could be or maybe it's so horrific. They don't want to scare everybody. Very true. Now, very recent case June six to two thousand sixteen if you notice all of these guys, and I'm telling you about outstanding people good athletes usually doing some type of athletic event when they disappear and they're all guys, they're all guys. Luke's gabar. GBD's ERT nineteen years old. He's a afraid he was a freshman at Wesleyan university in Delaware, Ohio, just north of Columbus. He was considered a star soccer player. Phenomenal athlete. Disappeared. Just overnight. He was found the next morning on February six in creek north of campus called Delaware run creek. Key point corner. Can't determine the cause of death. Families devastated. Nobody knows what happened to and how he got there. Why he died? Now, the thing is is that as. As you go forward on these. If you don't know what you're looking for there's something plausible deniability. So if a lot of these guys have a lot of alcohol in their system, people are gonna say, oh, you know, he was just an idiot walked he fell in the river. And he drowned his head something, right? But there's a few of these cases where the plausible deniability is out. Gabbard didn't have anything in a system duties cases, the person had no alcohol in their system. And even I tried to explain I'm giving a talk to a group, even if there's alcohol in your system, and you're a good swimmer. When that are there. And the total number of cases where the corner can't determine the cause of death is not normal. It's not normal at all most of the time. They can their percentages are high. And why these are streamed into what I'm discussing tonight is that Jeanine can't find a track. There's no witnesses ever ever to these people going in the water. Now is this different David from the disappearances in the parks. Are we talking about the same thing or we talking about two different kinds of bizarre circumstances? Well, if you look at the profile points that you're applying to the disappearances in the parks in the forest. It's gotta be related. Okay. And even though the people are found in the parks in the forest. There's number of those cases where they couldn't find the cause of death either. Now in my talks with the medical examiner's about this. They said, yeah. That's that's not normal. We should be able to figure out. What kills most people occasionally one comes around? But in the numbers, you're quoting in the numbers you've identified on these issues. It doesn't make any sense. Now, if you talk about Manchester in the UK, sixty bodies have been found in the canals and the rivers since two thousand eight between August two thousand and ten in August two thousand twelve twenty of these deaths happened. Many of those cases air corners even said they can't figure out the cause of death. And just just this last year. There was a new documentary that came out about it. And it sensually said everything I just told you they? Some groups are calling it the pusher because the people ended up in the water, and no everyone agrees that no one's going to go in that water voluntarily. So they're thinking somebody's pushing him. But with all the close, circuit cameras in Manchester, and in all the close circuit cameras around universities in Wisconsin that I've written about or in downtown, Chicago or New York downtown New York, nobody is ever seen going into water. David. I dunno in Manchester in the United Kingdom you say. There have been sixty one deaths so far. Yeah. And that's probably a low number. There's probably been more as you go back in time. But right now, they're just quoting sixty one. I get emails all the time from people, you know, wanting profile points to look at and contact information. And they know if you Google you're just going to see tons and tons of articles about it. The theory seems like the UK is more open to talking about these things, and they are in the US. I mean in this last book, I talked about a series of clusters inside of Wisconsin all centered around university locations is.

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"The day's news. We are all about telling stories stories Hollywood doesn't want you to hear stories the media mocks stories about everyday Americans at the elites ignore you can think of red pill America as audio documentaries. And we promise only one thing the truth is it the iheartradio app to listen to read pilled America. Welcome back to coast to coast, David Politis with us with just remarkable stories and David to these stories come to you. Now are people emailing? You these stories San, hey, somebody just missed disappeared here. How do you find them? All. Stories of everyone who disappears and I think people really need to read the books go to your library, get them, whatever and understand the profile that we're looking looking at. We're not interested in everyone who disappears. Everyone is it's disappointing that they do. But I don't have the time for looking for this specific profile points that point to these people. Fitting a specific class disappears. And that's what we're looking for. Let's talk about some water related disappearances in tragedies as well. Let's pick it up with the Martinez Wyndham what happened there. So the cases we're gonna talk about for the next three or four here all occurred in the greater Minneapolis Saint Paul area. Now, that's weird. It is very strange and in my last book, I defied series of places in North America. And in other countries where this is happening at a very very high degree, the number one place in the world right now, we're this is happening is in Manchester in the UK, Manchester has a series of canals and rivers that criss-cross the city, and they have had a number of young men that have fallen into these canals and died and a large percentage of them. The medical examiner said we don't know what killed them, and in some of these canals, you could stand up and walk out, but they're debt so Manchester the UK now, let's talk about Saint Paul Martinez. Wyndham thirty eight years old disappeared November. Seventh two thousand fifteen from savage. Minnesota the city just south west right on the periphery of Minneapolis, Saint Paul beyond a credit recovery business. He coached used us basketball and lakeville just south apart drive in east of highway thirteen on the seventh. He put on his running shoes. And he told me he's going to go for a run. You never came back. Now, I've written. I've written many stories about these people that have gone for a run never come back later found in a body of water. His body was found almost four months later on the eleventh of March in a holding pond behind a target store. And I we thirteen and when you look at this holding pond from the air three quarters of it is surrounded by real tall trees and thick brush now as of today, there's no cause of death released by the coroner. Still. Now, I wrote about a case in my last book the case of boy named Joshua swallows twenty two years old from Indianapolis he disappeared on eleven to twelve went to a friend's house. Visit and your midnight ride socialized. Having a good time. You left his phone in the residence. And he said I'm just gonna go outside for a second was never seen again. Now, there's a retention pond. Next to a Kroger store about a quarter mile away and rescue workers that were looking for him the next day found his shoe kind of on the periphery of the pond. Indianapolis fire put a tactical dive team in this pond. It's not a big pond, Georgia's probably two or three times the size of a normal swimming pool, if that's probably not very deep. I would guess no. Tactical Daikin spent the day cleared. It said there's nothing there. Now fast forward to the twenty third an employee of the stores walking by the pond. And he sees the body in the water fire department comes back out they pull the kid out. No shoes. No socks on. Now, here's the important point. And something that's overlooked by some investigators. So he went missing on the second of November two thousand twelve he's found twenty one days later in that pond. The coroner said that the body appeared to be in the water one week. It would be delighted falling apart. If it was in the water that long. So his parents said in the interview that their son number one never took his socks off ever. Even when he was walking around their house. He was a really good swimmer, and he would no way ever ever in November going upon for a swim. Now, the coroner ruled accidental drowning any hedge did he said, well, it's possibly accidents drowning meaning to me the guy's not real sure. And when you look at the totality of what I've done in in this last book, and there's probably been fifty more cases this year. Just like this important point corner said appeared the body had been in the water for one week where was he for two weeks? And how did he get out there a quarter mile away when he's simply went outside that house for just a little bit? And then he disappeared. Now, another key point to this is that he didn't have a cell phone with them. I've written that it appears as though that's one of the target points. Well, you know, I was just going to ask you that. Because because of the other case of the woman found dead with a little baby you said, no cell phone this no cell phone. I find that to be ironic, especially with a twenty two year old young man, they live on their phones, they live on their phones for sure now this case you stood. He forgot his phone, right? What he left it inside the apartment, and they didn't say what the reason was behind it. But even that I mean, how many people leave their phones just sitting around unless they forget it not a lot right now. It might in this last book of mine called a sobering coincidence. The I talk about a number of these disappearances where the person that disappeared is on the phone with somebody as they vanish. And what they say is completely bizarre. Sometimes they'll say where are you? I need you here. Now, boom phone goes dead. They're found in a river, you know, three miles away thirty days later. Now, here's probably one of the most bizarre cases, you will ever hear Henry McCabe thirty two years old. He's an auditor for the state of Minnesota a revenue auditor, very smart, man. Get a lot of public speaking to businesses and things about revenue Minnesota. On the seventh of September. He went out with some friends and at two thirty approximately tells a buddy, hey, just dropped me at the gas station. I'm going to get something to eat, and I'm just gonna walk home. He gets dropped at the gas station, and it to twenty eight the phone goes to as he makes a call to his wife, Karen, McCabe, and it goes to voicemail and it's recorded. And the wife said it sounds like he was injured. There's a pause. He's somebody says stop it. But intermixed with that for two minutes is a series of moans rows and groans that are out of this world. Strange. Anybody can go online Google Henry, McCabe growls and sounds on a voicemail, and it's out there right now and you'll hear the ground the gr- the groans, you will it's very explicit. It's it's nasty. Now, he just he disappears on September seventh. His wife gets his voicemail things. What the heck is going on? They search everywhere for him. On November second, you know, almost two months later. His body is found in a place called rush lake kayakers going down the wake lake finds body in the water calls. The sheriff sheriff comes out pulls the body out. And they say, it's freshwater drowning. Now in my last book, I talk about something called G HP HP is almost like a paralytic drug. It makes you know, what's happening to your body, but you can't move and years ago. It used to be called a date rape drug now in in several of the cases, I chronicled the quarter went above and beyond their normal screening for drugs, and they screen for other things, and they found these super exorbitantly high levels of GHB in several of these people's bodies. Now when you read things though, the parents says, yeah, he was a great swimmer. But if they had these super high levels of GHB in their system, they couldn't swim. So if a determination comes down that they drowned. Well, they didn't drop because they didn't try they drown because they couldn't get out. They couldn't move now. And you start to think, well, you know, somebody at a bar drug them. No. And the reason being is that the levels of the GHB that are found in their bodies when it's tested for our so far beyond the norms of what we see in people that have had date rape drugs. You have to think how is it being administered? And when is it being administered and g each is one of those things which are naturally occurring agent in the human body. But one reason that it's a really good drug to use on. Somebody is that it comes out of your system, really fast. And out of the I don't know twenty drugs that are normal medical examiner examiner. Screens for GHB is not one. That's that's the these cases just gets stranger in stranger and stranger, David. So again, that's the second case on the periphery of Minneapolis. Saint Paul go to October thirty two thousand fifteen Joe Bruno twenty three years old. He was captain of his football hockey and baseball teams when he was in high school. He was a graduate of a Nokia college, and he was going to his his friend's wedding. At a Holiday Inn in up -sego Minnesota. He was last seen walking across the street to a cornfield from the bar in the hotel. He is going to the bathroom or something. You never came back. He was reported missing. When this happened, George. I could've told you exactly where they're going to find this man because no more than four hundred yards on the other side of the field. The Mississippi River another water case, and that's exactly where they found him days later, and they determined. It was drowning with alcohol is a contributing factor. Now, go to March twenty fifth two thousand fifteen four fifty nine in the afternoon. Twenty one year old William happy at four fifty nine. He calls his dad, this is in Rochester. Minnesota just thought Minneapolis kid play. Competitive tennis volunteered. At the mayo clinic was going to school and had come home for just a short period of time was set to graduate from the university of Illinois in six weeks. Outstanding student outstanding person came home for the weekend. His dad bought him a new pair of shoes. And he went for a run his phone was last teamed at fifty fifth street north west and west river road. He didn't come home that afternoon. He was reported as missing. Is bodies found a month in one day later at seven pm? In a pond in a quarry on foster Iran park. Such a strange place to find a body. I can't even explain to you. How strange it is. Casa death ever revealed. No. And that's that's obviously one of the things everyone's concerned about and no cause of death was released by the coroner why why don't they release these things? You know, maybe they don't release it. Because when they can't find it. They don't want to be embarrassed that could be or maybe it's so horrific. They don't want to scare everybody. Very true. Now, very recent case June six to two thousand sixteen if you notice all of these guys, and I'm telling you about outstanding people good athletes usually doing some type of athletic event when they disappear there are all guys they're all guys. Luke gabar. GB RT nineteen years old. He's a afraid he was a freshman at Wesleyan university in Delaware, Ohio, just north of Columbus. He was considered a star soccer player. Phenomenal athlete. Disappeared. Just overnight. He was found the next morning on February six in a creek north of campus. It's called Delaware run creek. She point corner can't determine the cause of death. Families devastated. Nobody knows what happened to him. How he got there? Why he died? Now, the thing is is that as as you go forward on these. If you don't know what you're looking for. There's something called plausible deniability. So if a lot of these guys have a lot of alcohol in their system, people are going to say, you know, he was just an idiot walked he fell in the river. And he drowned. That's right hit his head something. Right. But there's a few cases where the plausible deniability is out. Gabbard didn't have anything in his system. Few these cases the person had no alcohol in their system. And even I tried to explain that. I'm giving a talk to a group even if there's a hole in your system and your good swimmer swimmer there. And the total number of cases where the corner can't determine the cause of death is not normal. It's not normal at all most of the time. They can their percentages are high. And why these are streamed into what I'm discussing tonight is that Jeanine can't find a track. There's no witnesses ever ever to these people going into water. Now is this different David from the disappearances in the parks. Are we talking about the same thing or we talking about two different kinds of bizarre circumstances? Well, if you look at the profile points that you're applying to the disappearances and the parks and the forest it's gotta be related. Okay. And. Even though the people are found in the parks in the forest. There's number of those cases where they couldn't find the cause of death. Either down my talks with the medical examiner's about this. They said, yeah. Yeah. That's that's not normal. We should be able to figure out. What kills most people occasionally one comes around? But in the numbers, you're quoting in the numbers you've identified on these issues. It doesn't make any sense. Now, if you talk about Manchester in the UK, sixty bodies have been found in the canals and the rivers since two thousand eight between August two thousand and ten in August two thousand twelve twenty of these deaths happened. Many of those cases their corners even said they can't figure out a cause of death. And just just this last year. There was a new documentary that came out about it. And it essentially said everything I just told you they they some groups calling it the pusher because the people end up in the water and not everyone agrees that no one's gonna go in that water voluntarily. So they're thinking somebody's pushing him. But with all the close, circuit cameras in Manchester, and in all the closer to cameras around universities in Wisconsin that I've written about or in downtown, Chicago or New York downtown New York, nobody is ever seen going into water. David. I dunno in Manchester in the United Kingdom you say. There have been sixty one deaths so far. Yeah. And that's probably a low number. There's probably been more as you go back in time. But right now, they're just quoting sixty-one. I get emails all the time from people, you know, wanting profile points to look at and contact information. And they know if you Google you're just going to see tons and tons of articles about it. Very it..

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