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"willison" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

Tha Boxing Voice

03:40 min | 1 year ago

"willison" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

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"willison" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"willison" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Story. Old ninety seven's while the old ninety seven's may not be as commercially successful as many people claim they should've been there music Grace's movies and TV frequently and they're recognized as the pioneers of the country style of the mid nineties in terms of their name, the old ninety seven was an express mail train that had a reputation for never being late one day was running late. And the driver was given the go to make up some time. The train ran off the rails and many people died. Ted forty on KNX an pulled out a gun when a burglary suspect came into Pasadena area. Home police swarmed this Pasadena neighborhood after a man broke into two homes before he was shot by a homeowner. This is the woman who I encountered the suspect. My kids some school and coming back. And then was this guy spending the golden it was clear immediately. The guy was up to no good. Oh was these my house, and my mom is inside. That's my house. So I look up and my daughter was openly broken. So I don't know what to do I gone into Willison talking to the police Iran inside my place again out to a two legs. The homeowner says she stayed on the phone with police they told her to stay in the car the man took off. But the next homeowner was armed I had the banks. So I thought it was somebody will shooting sheriff's deputy say the home owner gave the a chance to leave. But he did not all we know is the homeowner. Warn, the person entering the house and gunshot fired. And that is in stable condition, and is facing a slew of felony charges at CBS cake. Hell my news reporter, Tom wait in Pasadena now dead in may got away with too heinous murders in California and scam. The prison system in the process of DNA evidence shows Arthur Martinez raped and murdered two women in Tasca Darrow, nineteen seventy eight while he was on parole for attempted murder. And rape. There wasn't enough evidence. To charge him for the killings in question. He moved to Washington where he committed other rapes and was convicted but escaped prison in nineteen Ninety-four. He moved to Fresno in for twenty years lived his life on the run when he learned he was terminally ill with cancer. He turned himself in. So he could get medical treatment in Washington. He died a few months later in two thousand fourteen he was never charged with the task Daryl murders which were through DNA with the women's families. Bob, real Canucks, seventy NewsRadio celebrity couple says they will find charges in college admissions scandal, but that might mean big jail time. Time if they lose at this point is looking at anywhere from four after six years, potentially. If she goes to trial and loses, but she takes a plea could even be couple years legal analyst and Glendale criminal defense. Attorney tells could I stay may try to argue that they were manipulated into committing crime by the alleged mastermind William singer, and the judge could go easy on them. Time or maybe electron monitoring or house arrest and having to a lot of community service. I mean, a lot of community service, and if they also throw into idea of restitution for larger good, I mean, there's not one specific Vegas alleged victim that you can point your finger at husband are Tuesday paying five hundred thousand dollars their daughters admitted USC.

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"willison" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

Pop Culture Happy Hour

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"willison" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

"Well, then Margaret h hula-hoop Willison what is making you happy this week. What is making me happy? This week is a Netflix series called sisters. I got into this because of the OG Margaret Willison, my mom. Like, so many moms. She has many ideas about what I should be watching and will enjoy and I usually ignore all of them like most children, but I was smart enough to listen to her on this one. And she was so right. So this is an Australian original production. It aired there on a channel called network ten and that success since picked it up, and it is the story of three women who around their thirtieth birthday find out that they are all sisters because the man who ran the fertility clinic where they were conceived started self-dealing so happened on law and order once. Yeah, it's actually this is a more common thing than you would expect with fertility doctors if a certain era, and it is how they balance those realizations in their own lives and the new relationships they form with each other. It's just fantastic. It's a really good mix of funny and moving and I would say if you've been a fan of. The show please like me or fleabag or catastrophe. All Australian or British series of a certain stripe. You should definitely definitely definitely check. This one out. There's only one series rate now seven episodes in it. No second series has yet been announced. But that's all the more reason for pop culture, happy our listeners to turn out in force and watch it on net flicks to their by compel a second season into existence. True and counting on you folks, trigger Belveze into existence with me, please very good. Thank you, Margaret Willison. What is making me happy? This week is actually also on Netflix. This is the thing that happens because net flicks is now dumping about four hundred things a week. So, but what is making me happy this week as the film dumpling Bailey. Wanna see this? Yeah. It is based on. Julia Murphy's why novel of the same name. It's about a high school girl named willa dean played by Danielle MacDonald whose mother is a pageant operator, and fanatic and former beauty Queen and so forth and willa dean because she is a plus sized girl. But also because of kind of her personality has never really fit into her mother's idea of her. So she and some other girls decide to kind of stage a revolt against the local teen pageant by entering it to the horror of willa dean's mother who's played by the way by Jennifer Aniston. The entire film is based around the the love of Dolly Parton music. So you'll hear a lot of Dolly Parton music took out that soundtrack, really good. So yes, so you'll hear a lot of Dolly Parton music. And the thing that is so lovely to me about this film is that nobody. In this movie loses any weight, but there are three different plus size women who are very different from each other who have very different, you know, kind of personalities and all that stuff. It's not like there's not just everybody is the same or miserable. Or whatever. The film has a real feel for the importance of Dolly Parton, too, fat girls, and drag queens, and really leans into that. And that's dumpling on Netflix before we go. We want to mention that we launched our newsletter last week, you'll be dropping on Fridays. It has some original writing in it that you won't see anywhere else. It has some recommendations for your weekend because regarding out on Fridays. And if you always want to have at your disposal what everybody picked in there. What's making me happy? It will be in.

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"willison" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

04:33 min | 2 years ago

"willison" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"And just not a great search at a great push by the Michigan offensive line. Give that defensive credit. They've been playing really well lately. But right now, they're being outplayed by the front wall of Indiana there. We're not getting a great search Victor down here. Three receivers split Wright. Patterson in the shotgun. Gets the snap. Looks throws quickly to Nico counts. He's outside of the forty fights his way over the forty five hundred forty six that's good enough for a first down gain of five on the play. Marcellino ball over there to help push him out of bounds. Just a quick wide receiver screen good blocking out in front by Greg Perry. Donovan people's Jones out in front throwing a block as well. I in ten Michigan from their own Forty-six. What an all around football player. He's developed into Jim. Oh number nine special teams offense. Dp out of cash be true. Patterson in the shotgun. Give it to Hickman Higgins got a good whole. He's into Indiana territory to the forty eight yard line in Willison to stop. But Higdon we'll get seven yards on the Kerry it'll be second three with wolverine. Mason and Oliver Martin check in now for wolverines on the second. Three play five thirty eight to play in the half Michigan trails ten nine Donald tight end set. I formation behind shape Patterson. Gets the snap gives it to Higgins Pickton's got real breaks to the left. He gets down inside the forty five to the forty one yard line. That's good for a first down and six yards. It'll be lane the cornerback on the stop Michigan moving the chains here against Indiana. First and ten from Indiana, forty one true Wilson, how checks in his running back with Patterson? Nice block that time by big Mike away new the right guard. He really collapsed in that side of the Indiana. He takes the nose tackling not only walls off, but moves in about two yards to the left gave a nice Alec black and people's Jones, swift wide left Wilson is to the writer Patterson. Patterson Snapface, it the Wilson back to throw grows. Deep down the middle. He's got Nick Eubanks ten five touchdown. Forty one yard strike Sunday Eubanks and the wolverines take the lead over Indiana with a big pass completion Patterson you back. Well, that's I'm Indiana. Just completely loses track of Nick Eubanks thinking he's a blocking tight end. And he doesn't have an Indiana defender within five yards AM. Patterson puts it right on his hands. Eubanks? What's the second tight end lined up to the right side. Zach gentry ran a clearing pattern to the right? And then you banks ran this post down the middle wide open and at fifteen ten Michigan going for to Patterson in the shotgun. Looks throws. He goes out wide Lebanese incomplete he couldn't get it in to his receiver out there that was Eubanks again. So Michigan will still lead fifteen ten but the conversion was that good. And again, a little inaccuracy thereby shape Patterson because he had Eubanks open Eubanks was wide open, and he just over through it by about six inches Eubanks. I think got his fingertips on it. And the reality is that that play was good call. It was there and J Patterson just a bit of an overthrow four forty six left to play in the half Michigan untapped fifteen. Ten down on the sideline duck car. Is the whole thing was rushed. Because the Michigan players who are celebrating didn't realize they were gonna go for to a lot of times guys run off the field. They run through the end zone and then up the sideline off the field. Well, Caesar release was over there. Eubanks was over there. Ideally hurried right back onto the field. And as you notice they got that snap off with one on the play clock. And the whole thing felt rushed. I I wonder if Jim Harbaugh wishes he took a time out there. I'll that Michigan. Touchdown was brought to you by your southeast Michigan Ford dealers. Thank Ford at five of the six receptions for Eubanks this year over twenty there's another one at his first touchdown this season. I wish we'd had that two point converge. Because it was a good call..

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"willison" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"willison" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Arthur. We are doing great. We're holding down the fort down here. I want to know how it's going at the general store of Minnetonka. It is you know, what it's raining. I don't know if you're wearing. We can see. Yep. We are at the general store of minute taco, which is just off highway seven Willison. It's a little bit west of four ninety four released defined. You'll see the trucks and the Stein. And of course, we're collecting diapers and whites and money for the people in North Carolina that are affected by what has turned out to be a really horrendous. Hurricane in the aftermath where it now talking about North Carolina undergoing leading and it's gonna continue for the next couple of days. So the little piece of what we can do is team up with North Carolina's diaper Bank. And collect what they most need, which is they call these dignity items. And there's a really good reason for that. You know, when your whole life has been washed away in your whole life is falling apart. Sometimes the very least we can do is help people reestablish a little bit of their dignity. I think that's absolutely right. So how are we helping what what's everybody bringing has the truck luck? Well, what we need is is diapers and wipes for being really specific. Because that is the thing that North Carolina diaper Bank in our our partners therapy, Michelle and the and the people that are working so hard North Carolina niece size four or five specifically, but any diapers will do and wipes are good for obviously thousands of different things when you're in the situation. All those people are finding themselves living and here,.

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"willison" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

The Andrew Klavan Show

03:56 min | 2 years ago

"willison" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

"Mean i'm not saying george willison a patriot i'm just saying that when he listened to what he says he now says that we should all vote democrat if you now vote for republican candidates you are voting essentially you can't pretend there's pluralism your into affirm this man and his and his leadership of the party and i believe it's important for the future such as it might be the republican party that a they pay a terrible price for what they're doing are people that you know like senator mcconnell are they waiting out sure senator mcconnell says look i have a job to do and i can exercise my article one powers in collaboration with his exercise of the article two powers to change the nature of article three institutions in the country the federal courts senator mcconnell rightly says often we in the senator and the personnel business it is our job the powers of advice and consent to shape the federal government and he proceeds do that no in that the president is not his choice years the thing it at this point you know now that we know that trump is not hitler now that we know that he's not even democrat which was one of the things i was afraid of that he was secretly going to be a democrat now that we know that he is committed to a fairly conservative agenda and is doing a pretty good job pushing some of that forward not just the tax cuts but the judicial appointments the the dial the rollback of the administrative state which i think is so important to our freedom and even some of the confrontational attitude he's taking to our enemies and to some of our friends which i think is working pretty well so far if you're telling people to vote for democrats i think you're more in love with your own ideas than you are with conservatives now this is not now we're not talking about love of country i'm sure will love this country but i think when you will are so in love with your own ideas we have a right to say are you are you fighting for your ideas or are you fighting for the country are you fighting for the best thing going forward i think nevertrumpers were former nevertrumpers have a real role to play in the future of conservatism i think they have to start thinking about where they went wrong and what they can preserve of what they thought because i do think some intellectual conservatives got too much in its own face got too much like people sitting around in in bars having a conversation and not enough about the people who are out of work and who were suffering and who were afraid in the middle of the country and trump spoke to those people when conservatives did not speak to them when ted cruz somehow couldn't reach them and i think it's very important that people who were supporters of ted cruz as i was i think it's important for us to think about okay what can we preserve our conservatism and still reach these people who are on our side who are on america's side so i just think these vicious attacks against people who didn't support trump in the election i think a really misguided i think it is different to be bill kristol or george will who are so in love with their own ideas so in love with their own pristine morality that they can't just say okay now we're dealing with this reality they can't shift reality that's one thing but the people who didn't vote for him in the first place i do not think they deserve the attacks that not and kurt are unleashing on them i think and you know it's important it's important that we understand each other's conscience the people who love this country the people of this country should have a say because they know which way it should go and we debated among ourselves we'll figure it out all right all of that leads up to brad thor who is never trumper we had a really great conversation brad is a great guy and one of the truly great practitioners of my field is in the he's in a sub genre of the crime novel which i guess is the international thriller one of the most surprising things about this interview is that he told me the daniel silva isn't a conservative which i really got to me we really have to have silva on i really want to ask him about this thor is a new york times bestselling author he wrote use of force foreign agent.

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"willison" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"willison" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Leger willison welcome into friday rallies across the country have been held to protest the federal policy that results in the separating of children from their parents win those parents crossed the southern border illegally marches and rallies took place in more than a dozen states yesterday including california texas new york michigan in his speech yesterday to law enforcement law enforcement officers in fort wayne indiana attorney general jeff sessions promised if you cross the southwest border on lawfully then the department of homeland security will arrest you and the department of justice will prosecute you that is what the law calls for and that is what we are going to do it was defacto open boras if you came with shorter the results were unsurprising more and more illegal alien started showing up at the border with children meanwhile the trump administration says a tent city will be constructed in toward neo texas to give shelter to about four hundred fifty unaccompanied and accompanied miners who crossed the us mexico border illegally president trump has approved tariffs on about fifty billion dollars of chinese goods as the us upsets trade fight with beijing over china's alleged pressure on us firms to transfer technology to chinese partners we get more from this morning's dave duncan it wasn't clear when the tariffs would go into effect but the effect of imports would face twenty five percent tariffs beijing has already said it is prepared its own fifty billion dollar list of us goods that it would subject to tariffs especially aircraft and soybeans after beijing made that threat president trump up the ante and said that us would add another one hundred billion dollars of goods to the list lemberg news says the us is scheduled today to release an updated list of chinese targets with duties to be implemented shortly after gordon thanks dave the conservative tax foundation calculated that the tariffs on chinese imports coming on top of us tariffs on steel and aluminum exports would lower long run growth domestic products and wages.

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"willison" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"willison" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"Of the trick recognizing them as understanding that they've been pretty significantly toasted in our atmosphere there feser hurtling towards earth thousands of miles an hour so the exterior burns and sometimes melts into fantastic shapes so we have visual clues and we have structural clues how did i do i think he did fan one on your right now i think that i can i know there's you know there's ones that are more iron and more that are kind of a combination of things i think that i could spot totally the iron ones for sure indeed and as a cool this structure of meteorites is largely function of where they come from so the iron meteorites that you described are typically the ones that have the most extraordinary shapes and they were once the molten core of an asteroid in an asteroid that was large enough had enough mass and and had existed long enough for its core to become molten much like a smaller earth and then at some point in the asteroids life it fragmented probably as a result of collision crashing into another asteroid and that molten material spills out in space after cooling finds its way to earth and one of the real indicators for iron meteorites other than the the often weird and wonderful shapes they acquire it's the presence of nickel and we do of course nikola you know as a rough count but in meteorites we see nickel in very pure form which is extremely rare and we're going to learn more about that from the meteorite man himself jeff natkin telling us more about meteorites here with johnny willison coast to coast am put the tie down at back away i know what your dad wants her father's day he wants you to take him to def leppard and journey on july twenty third at wells fargo arena that's why i've got.

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"willison" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"willison" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Welcome back to coast to coast am hi everybody i'm connie willison we are discussing meteorites with the meteorite man himself jeff knockin jeff you'll find this interesting i know i know this wasn't a dream but it sounds crazy and off the wall but a long time ago when we were tiny kids growing up i remember this really big giant heavy heavy heavy rock with a lot of holes in it and we used it in our basement area where there was a door outside in the from the basement but it would hold the basement door open and i remember being told oh that's maybe you're right and it was giant so i don't know if we didn't have the education back then because looking back at that that would like be hitting the lotto it was so big and heavy i could never move it as a kid so i i bet there's a lot of these kinds of rocks every now and then that might be door holders or paperweights that people just think it's a heavy rock is that the case sometimes i think connie i think we should go back to the how let's go now let's go back to the house now i don't know where it is now i did look there you would be amazed by how many strange weird and wonderful stories there are about meteorites that were either used for something else or hit something that was manmade and there there's a famous meteorite cooled beaver oklahoma that was used to prop allegedly to open the door of the jail the police department there was one that was used to to keep the door of chicken coop there's one hit a mailbox in georgia there's the famous peekskill meteorite that car in upstate new york in the early ninety nine nine hundred ninety.

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"willison" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"willison" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"The visual appeal that really is intriguing and a trained i can frequently spot meteorites on the ground there there are many times i've seen seen one before the metal detector did and part of the trick recognizing them is understanding that they've been pretty significantly toasted in our atmosphere hurtling towards earth thousands of miles an hour so the exterior burns and sometimes melts into fantastic shapes so we have visual clues and we have structural clues how did i do i think he did one on your right now i think that i can i know there's you know there's ones that are more iron and more that are kind of a combination of things i think that i could spot totally the iron ones for sure indeed i call this the structure of meteorites is largely a function of where they come from so the iron meteorites that you described are typically the ones that have the most extraordinary shapes and they were once the molten core of an asteroid in an asteroid was large enough had enough mass and and had existed long enough for its core to become molten much like a smaller earth and then at some point in the asteroids life it fragmented probably as a result of collision crashing into another asteroid and that molten material spills out in space after cooling finds its way to earth and one of the real indicators for iron meteorites other than the the often weird and wonderful shapes they acquire is the presence of nickel and we do of course nikola nurses you know rock hound but in meteorites we see nickel and very pure form which is extremely rare and we're going to learn more about that from the meteorite man himself jeff knockin telling us more about meteorites here with connie willison coast to coast am coast to coast.

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"willison" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"willison" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"The wrong company and they're saying we'll take a try oh the company doesn't exist turn out after two years a bunch of a nothing burger so now you have to justify the fifty million dollars spent by muller in the clinton needs to lawyers to come up with more and more expansion to go into the trump family to go into the trump businesses to go and financial daily should try to find something on the president to justify the fifty million dollars that the mainstream media can make look as if it's serious when you and i know it's not serious never before in american history has there ever been a dirty political trick ever perpetrated by one party on the other and the democrats did this to the republican candidate and the republican officeholders are just now coming around to the idea let's continue we have no we have two lines open if you call rapidly one eight six six six four seven seven three three seven let's continue now with willison tennessee then carol in in maryland willison tennessee welcome to the bill cunningham show well let's go ahead let me tell you that i appreciate you taking my call thank you sir thank you and i appreciate your programming i do not listen to any of the mainstream media as you call it or do i have a tv to watch it on i don't wanna near the field in my home i also call it the hate trump media the htm no matter what it is get the president at all costs get him out of office the truth doesn't matter the law doesn't matter ethics and values and morals don't matter get rid of trump and it began with obama announced continuing through robert muller that's right now i'm seventy years old i've been a baptist minister and pasture for over fifty years god bless you and the congregation and the people are we're fed up with this nonsense and all the lying and the dishonesty and the correctness now the first caller you and believe ask you how do we recruit our funding vanni fifty million of the clintonistas fifty me these people marmer brennan clapper andrew weissmann andrew wash and mr obama a worthless good for nothing president these are coach there's folks then their lives and the father of the lash is the devil the devil by.

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"willison" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"willison" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"Let's continue now with willison tennessee then carol in in maryland willison tennessee welcome to the bill cunningham show let's go ahead let me tell you that i appreciate you taking my call thank you sir thank you and i appreciate your programming i do not listen to any of the mainstream media you call it or do i have a tv to watch it on i don't want any the field in my home i also call it the hate trump media the htm no matter what it is get the president at all costs get him out of office the truth doesn't matter the law doesn't matter ethics and values and morals don't matter get rid of trump and if again with obama announced continuing through robert muller that's right now i'm seventy years old i've been a baptist minister and pastor for over fifty years god bless you and the congregation and the people are we're fed up with this nonsense and all the lying and the disc honesty and correctness now the first caller you call ask you how do we recoup our funding the money fifty million clintonistas fifty me these people mumber brennan clapper andrew weissmann andrew ashman and mr obama a workless good for nothing president these are crooks there's folks and their lives and the father of the lash is the devil but the bible said here's the fiber blache and that's what these are is a bunch of line for we've had enough that'd barham.

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"willison" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"willison" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Of your money is coming up in ten minutes wwe j news time is twelve forty five as ryan willison with sports michael fulmer trying to get back to five hundred on the year so to tiger really really the tigers is still under the five hundred mark and of course they split yesterday's doubleheader but you mentioned former one and two on the season he's going up against ivan nova who is two and one look with the tigers were actually going to grab the lead in the top of the first sitting is the oldest marteen led off the inning with a triple but three straight bounce out a short led to easy ending for nova and right now it is curly scoreless getting to the bottom of the first inning of course can hear the game over on ninety seven one the ticket now the first round of the nfl draft underway tonight down in dallas the lions holding the twentieth overall pick and matt patricia says there's no defined roles as to who they may take with that selection but he is looking for the best fit for his style of football schematically there's a lot of differences in college football then you know in the nfl and you're trying to make that transfer so if you can take it and boil it down to really the fundamental basic part of it and say hey can we build on what we're seeing on this on tape and and grow that player and develop that player then you feel better about that particular guy ucla quarterback josh rosen meanwhile lucette to be one of the first quarterbacks taken in this year's draft talked to sports illustrated about why he feels he should be the first one drafted overall i think i have the skills to be efficient and quick quarterback i think i can i can deliver the ball to my playmakers quickly i think i can i can make my i can bring my office coordinator brain onto the field and make sure that we're in the right place at the right times i think that i think i'm the best ceo of this of.

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"willison" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"willison" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"Am with connie willison are featured guest coming to a close here good information coming from jerry wills jerry so you got to the point of talking about healing and offering classes to teach other people to do that so tell us a little bit more about this at the end of the show here about it's basically energy correct and you're able to manipulate the energy and is this something if you can tell us how to you know in your best however you can tell us about manipulating the energy and tell us do you think that anybody can do this as it inside all of us i think it is subside every one of us we all have a soul were made of energy the difference between what i do and others who tried to do something to help is basically a level of competence and i've i've developed my sense of competence really quite early on although it wasn't competent to be public with but after the past you know twenty years since cathy i got together and she promoted me to do this i've developed a great deal of skill and competence so i put together these three classes i call them the gateway experience there on my website they're cheap less than twenty bucks as i recall other three classes and each one is meant to be an experiential class so you don't have to imagine something happening you actually are doing something that you can tangibly get a result from and you can feel or see or focus energy and move something the classes needs to be taken one at a time so that you can develop your skills and get competent with that before you go to the next class but it works and it isn't just for healing it's for anyone who has any psychic ability they want to find tune in to further develop well i took the first one i went in there and it was very interesting class there's no question about it you you're it's mesmerizing to watch.

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"willison" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"willison" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Coast to coast am with connie willison are featured guest coming to a close here good information coming from jerry wills jerry so you got to the point of talking about healing and offering classes to teach other people to do that so tell us a little bit more about this at the end of the show here about it's basically energy correct and you're able to manipulate the energy and is this something if you can tell us how to you know in your best however you can tell us about manipulating the energy and tell us do you think that anybody can do this is it inside all of us i think it is inside every one of us you know we all have a soul were made of energy the difference between what i do and others who tried to do something to help oh is basically a level of competence and i've i've developed my sense of confidence really quite early on although it wasn't competent to be public with it but after the past you know twenty years since kathy and i got together and and she promoted me to do this i've developed a great deal of skill and competence so i put together these three classes i call them the gateway experience there on my website they're cheap less than twenty bucks as i recall other three classes and each one is meant to be an experiential class so you don't have to imagine something happening you actually are doing something that you can tangibly get a result from and you can feel or see or focused energy and move something the classes need to be taken one at a time so that you can develop your skills and get competent with that before you go to the next class but it works and it isn't just for healing it's for anyone who has any psychic ability they want to find tune in to further develop well i took the first one i went in there and it was very interesting class there's no question about it you're it's mesmerizing to watch you and listen.

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"willison" Discussed on Can I Pet Your Dog?

Can I Pet Your Dog?

03:53 min | 5 years ago

"willison" Discussed on Can I Pet Your Dog?

"And one of my favorite segments. What are your favorite segments is hair dogs and Allegra has put on a real doozy? For us today. Titties out all the. She's got flares. She's got fireworks. Let's show. The got lights the kitchen is on fire. Good legs tells about your hero dog guys. I'm gonna tell you about sergeant stubby who was one of my personal heroes human or dog. I will preface this by saying I have a framed photo of sergeant stubby given to me. But my good friend, Peter Miller. Thank you, Peter. Okay. Let's let's get to it. Sergeant stubby was a bull terrier Boston terrier or some sort of mix. He has been called the most decorated war dog of World War One. He's the only dog ever to have been promoted to sergeant stubby was found wandering Yale University in nineteen seventeen. When some members of the one hundred second infantry were training. He was hanging around the soldiers taught him tricks. He was very easy to train one soldier developed a fondness for him. And when it was time to ship out smuggled stubby onto the ship under his coach, then commanding ours are not very observant guy that he's smuggling. Okay. Hang on. Well, wait a minute Travis, and yes, and I then a commanding officer found stubby stubby saluted him as he had been trained to do what? And the commanding officer. Let him stay on the ship. Isn't that? While the cutest thing I've ever heard this dog. Oh, okay. Okay. Well, all right. How is this not already eight movies? Isn't that crazy music this guy, so sub already so resources? He's like, look he's he's really fly with us. He'd have his pants dog. Okay. I'm just pitching animated movie. He's got like a pelican friend summit. We have an seal. That's great. And the pelican can't quite get his salute. Correct. All wings. This is really good. You guys. Don't steal brilliant to ourselves. Right to you. Him loved that dog was like, this is my moment. Wait till you hear about his other mouth feel Taylor. Taylor one on the wrong. You guys like this? Travis whatever for man. Look. Guide. Let's get back to do a vicious rumors being spread about stubby right now. He did not till anybody rather he saved many people. He served for eighteen months and participated in seventeen battles among other things. Here's what he could do. He warned his unit of poison gas attacks. He found wounded soldiers. And he learned to warn soldiers went to duck for cover because he could hear artillery shells before the humans. Good, what's he literally saved lives guy? He wants a German soldier by the seat of pants and held him until American soldiers found him, but her cups on board. Great remind me what kind of dog. He's some sort of Boston. Terrier bull terrier mix. Okay. Like a medium dog. He's kinda stubby big enough that he could hold somebody in place because I was thinking of the smoky the Yorkshire terrier that we Yorkshire that we talked about where I was like, yeah. I could imagine that's tiny. I would say he was like I would say medium. Not one hundred percent sure I want to say he's maybe in the thirty or forty pound range nine huge, though. I mean, forty pounds is still kind of small to hold it human. I still like this whole time. We've been impressed with Lassie who had barked warn us that old man was in the bar, and he's like bark you're out to die and they duck. That's true. Through was full of Hollywood lies. Totally real credible. It's really amazing the bullets before they hit is nuts. It's really amazing. It's crazy..

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"willison" Discussed on Can I Pet Your Dog?

Can I Pet Your Dog?

01:58 min | 5 years ago

"willison" Discussed on Can I Pet Your Dog?

"Agreed. So it seems like they were specifically in Turkey only. And there was much of history about how it came to be. And there was a little bit of competition within the country of Turkey. I will say this that in researching it is really hard to find any information about this that isn't in Turkish really the American kennel club. Did I have it all I'm so sorry. You're gonna all my information. Did terrific interesting. You were outstanding in suggesting such thing. And I have to I will tweet this. So just real quick for your visual reference. Will you please look at that nose? Oh, it's really interesting telling me it does look like a straight up heart. It looks really cute. We'll tweeted at podcast looks real. Also looks like they have to little noses heart and the other side of a heart. The second thing. I thought your report was of course, there's no reports of people being bit by them. There's only. That's what I was wondering point. Yeah. Not that's now throughout history. Yeah. That's really interesting. And I definitely didn't do a cross reference of. Here's the other dogs that don't have any reports of being new a cross reference. Listen, I don't do across reference the got for us that look a little bit like Biggles. Let's split noses. That's pretty good. I loved that. They don't bark gonna say I was gonna say this is a great Rene dog. There were more than two hundred one of them. They don't park at all. They just don't like say any so weird whose bred to be quiet because they were whatever they were hunting super quiet about in that interesting. Okay. So he's my other clubs so the people who bred them to have excellent smell. So they're theory was correct. Then that by splitting the nose or doing whatever that did give them a great now. It could be coincidence. Maybe there you're just are good smelling dogs. But but yet they are among the top ten cent. Not how they haven't eight dreadful since that's pretty cool sedating. So if anybody's going to Turkey wants to pick me up one of these dogs fly back, really, nice and easy sounds affordable.

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