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"Katie ended up being sentenced to twenty three years in prison. So that's near the top of the numbers for manslaughter. So the judge wasn't super lenient with her. No he wasn't well even now. Some people in utica including some of mary's own family members support katie. And believe she's innocent. But if you think about it. The idea that biller adam committed the crime and framed katie. Just doesn't make sense and seems highly unlikely. Whoa that's yes. They're just still have a tough time of why she would try to kill mary. Yeah and i think that's part of the problem is the motive is just so uncertain. She wants to get back at her ex boyfriend. And the best way to do that is to kill kills mother. Well maybe not just wanted to get back at him but wanting to get him back. She seemed to know that he would reach out to her. For comfort wants. His mother died. Were even when that happened. That didn't last well and maybe she didn't mean to kill mary. Maybe maybe she poisoned adam and he got really sick but got better and she thought well. I'll do that to mary and she'll get really sick but she'll get better. But during that animal turn to me here in a make us closer except for the computer or phone notation about figuring a lethal dosage of cultural true. That's true that would indicate that maybe they weren't trying to just make the person sick or maybe she was trying to avoid giving a lethal dose and trying to keep it under that and maybe mary being so much smaller and older her body just couldn't take it. Possibly but i don't think we'll ever know exactly what happened. Although the more i think about this case the more. I think that katy is responsible for putting that toxin in mary's body. Somehow i'm not sure of her motive. Honestly but i mean as you know you don't have to have a motive proven so the things that adam got from them. His mother's office and turned over to the police. Do they analyze for culture. Seen in any of those things. Well i'm sure if they did because would it even matter once. The chain of custody is broken and adams touched all that stuff and he was a suspect for awhile. Is it any a thing that they found out going to be valid or even matter. I don't know birch true boot. I would think it'd be nice to test anyway. And they may have. I'm not sure i know. They tested a lot of things. But i don't have a list of exactly what was tested. I just know there was dna on the bottle. And i know about the computer forensics. But i don't even know the level that was in mary's body. How much of that was in her body. Although obviously it was a lethal dose route but like some had suggested that the bill had done it she could have been given a second dose in the hospital. Maybe she would it's recovering and then she was given more your answer twisty case. It is in my opinion. Bill doesn't seem like he was trying to kill his wife. He seemed very broken after this. And no offense but mary sister. Kathleen didn't seem to be that exciting. She seemed kind of like a more claim independent woman. She didn't seem as exciting as mary. Well not that that means anything to you it made. She is more exciting to bill. Yes that's true..
"yoder" Discussed on True Crime Brewery
"True or katie was not above calling rape just to get what she wanted. So adam did testify that he never ordered the culture scene and he never planted evidence on katie's computer or phone and the forensic computer expert testified that none of katie's devices had been hacked. Now one thing he did admit to was slapping katie a few times during a fight but he denied any other abuse or any sexual assault. He did admit that he'd been drinking heavily on the night. Katie said that he had raped her so he had no memory of that night but the next morning he said things had seemed fine between them and he didn't get the impression that he'd done anything wrong. They'd actually spent the next day together and had consensual sex and it was days later when katie texted him accusing him of rape after. They'd had an argument. So i'm always wanted to believe the woman but with katie. You've got to have a little bit of suspicion. Now that with all we know about her. She's really not presenting herself as an honest person. Well and even after she did accused him of rape. She withdrew that charge right now. Adam then brought up his illness. He suffered a couple of months before his mother's death. He told the jury about the brain supplements katie given him and this was before he became ill but the forensic examination of the bilo supplements found no evidence to culture seem so the prosecution suggested the katie may poison. Adam i to see what might happen but they have absolutely no physical proof of their so. That's interesting because if she gave him a bottle of supplements with colchicine and a couple of the capsules how would she know which capsules he was going to take is. Obviously she hadn't poisoned all of them. So that's a little curious there. I see a little hole in the plot. The sense of her poisoning hampshire but hit her poisoning him to me seems like part of her whole plot to kill mary row. You'll never know. Maybe he just had a stomach bug maybe or maybe she put it in something else and he was just focused on those. Your shoes talking about make sure you take your supplement. Yeah okay so. There's no physical proof that she poisoned him. But there are some interesting things to look at. And then there was one more thing pointed away from adam being guilty in katie's online searches stay found evidence of more incriminating behavior before deciding on culture seeing katie apparently had searched for thallium arsenic and cyanide. Now that is very suspicious. Or i guess it is if it's actually katie. Who's doing the computer search. Right right true. I mean you still back at the same thing that other people had access to a computer. Okay but you have the dna. There was the rep from the drug company who spoke to a young woman so it certainly wasn't adam or bill on the phone with her no and the latter really that letter. She religious screwed herself sending that letter in his that made her look much worse and really turned the focus to her or might not have been the best idea. No but it's something a young not too bright person might do. It seems like something a kid might do when they lie to you. Write your they might have an anonymous letter or something silly like that to try and make you look at someone else. But it's just so obviously just a way to escape looking guilty really not a very smart.
"yoder" Discussed on True Crime Brewery
"Although it took him a while to get there but mary sister sharon was really upset when she learned that bill had become romantically involved with her and mary sister. Kathleen in court. Katie's defense attorney brought up bills relationship with kathleen as his motive to kill mary. According to the defense bill was not a grieving widower now. He was claiming that the romantic relationship began a few months after mary's up. But that neighbor who claimed seen billing kathleen in a passionate kiss and embrace testified that she'd seen that well before mary death another thing brought up by the defense to point. The finger at bill was that he had recently inherited over four hundred thousand dollars from his father now. Mary had been the primary breadwinner for a long time. So this was giving bill new. Financial independence and maybe. He didn't want to share this money with mary. Maybe he felt like he no longer needed mary. It's a harsh way to look at it. But we don't know bill. Maybe he did. But the thing is even if bill did have that motive. There really was no evidence that he had been at the office or that he had anything to do with the poisoning. The defense suggested that bill may have given mary a second dose of the poison when he was at her side at the hospital us. Oh bill did have access to computer at the office. But he didn't have access to her phone and he was definitely not the one who did the searches for colchicine on katie's phone so he could have gotten on the computer. Katie used at the office. But there's no way he got on her phone and there's no way he did anything from her parents house which the ip address had showed right so as they waited for a verdict from the jury. Mary's husband and kids all believe the use guilty. They believed katie. Had an evil side to her personality but then three of mary sisters believed katie. They didn't think she was capable of murder especially murdering mary who they believe. Katie love by Mother they believe bill was the only one with a motive but they seem to be the only ones that really thought bill did it. The jury didn't know so. They deliberated for three days but it was a hung jury eight wanted to acquit katie. So it kind of leaning her way big one for the jurors voted for find her guilty and the other eight wanted to quitter..
"yoder" Discussed on True Crime Brewery
"Impulsiveness and the lack of empathy and remorse. Katie continued trying to convince the detective. That bill or adam had murdered mary but she never asked for an attorney even after she has read her miranda rights and after talking about the ip addresses. Shy mr adam. Yoder nineteen ninety had been logged into from katie's parents house in chiropractic family care. Katie insisted at must have done remotely but he knew how to hack into computer. She claimed but detectives note if it hadn't done remotely computer. Forensics would have seen evidence of that they hadn't well and also. I don't think adam was really capable of packing. He taken some computer courses at a community college and not even done that well so he wasn't some kind of hacking expert. Katie was willing to admit though that she knew anything about that. Mister atom yoder nineteen ninety g mail account or that she had ever logged into it. The ip address connected to her iphone and the times and dates connected to a piece at the office and her home also. Adam had not been in the area at all if he had logged in computer. Forensics would have found out where and when they'd gone through all of atoms electronics including his iphone and laptop and he hadn't been lying to them about anything as far as they could tell in late. December katie agreed to take a voice stress test voice. Stress analysis can detect subtle changes or micro tremors in a person's voice and some believe it's easier and even more accurate than a polygraph but katie's tests showed deception after that they presented her with new warrants and they confiscated her phone. We're going to be heading over to your residents to take your computers and anything else we deem important to the investigation they told katie and katie's parents were stunned when they learned about this of course they were sure their daughter was innocent. Katie sisters also believed. She was innocent but more surprising and more interesting to me. Some of mary's sisters couldn't believe that katy had poisoned mary. Mary had been like a mentor. To katie and these sisters loved katie. Mary sisters called detectives and told them that they thought bill may have been framing katie. But then bill also believed that katie was innocent so it's just this weird conglomeration of people in their opinions. That really isn't panning out. Because of bill was guilty would he be saying katie was innocent or would he be trying to point the finger at her and it's just really unusual for the sisters to be blaming bill but we don't know the history maybe they.
"yoder" Discussed on True Crime Brewery
"The first interesting lead was bill's involvement with kathleen richmond. Mary's sister the obviously the timing of this relationship was important was evidence that it started before mary's death by with then you got a motive and if bill had the nerve to kill. His wife was possible that he would try to frame his son for the crime. Police are also very interested in the fact that atom had become very sick back in april. Adam insisted his illness began of taking an alphabrain supplement. Katie conley had given him and encouraged him to take. Adam turned over alphabrain supplements to the police then. Detectives interviewed mary sisters. Two of whom gave statements saying they had no idea who could have murdered. Their sister. just didn't make any sense. Mary had no enemies in fact she seemed to be pretty universally loved so in december five months after mary steph. Detectives called katie. They were preparing to interview bill yoder again and they needed her help. Katie new the inner workings of the office and she was there on the day. Mary got sick. She knew mariam bill pretty well had been at the office at any time on the day. Mary became sick head biller. Adam received that package that katy had signed for from art chemicals or had either of them step by the office to pick it up from her also. Were bill and mary a couple. That argued very often so those are just some of the they wanted katie to help them with the police knew that the culture scene had been shipped to the office. They also knew from where it had been ordered. Bill could have placed the order and made it look like adam had done it. From katie's workstation computer and he could have stopped by the office to pick up the package as well but he claimed he didn't katie explained to the detectives the procedure for ordering products at the office. They had already asked adam about the email account used to order the toxin and adam had told them that the email address was very similar to his own personal email accounts combined so someone had made it up. He said he'd never set it up. And he had no idea it had existed until detectives had brought it to his attention then. Investigators spoke to katie for hours on both december eighteenth and december nineteenth. She seemed honest and she seemed eager to answer the questions really. She had a girl next door. Innocence tour those first interviews with katie and others close to mary or about getting as much information as possible. Katie seemed to the polices being cooperative and helpful and when she left. She told him to call her anytime and she would help however she could shortly after katie's interview and bill subsequent interview. Detectives learned that forensics had found female dna under one of the stamps on the anonymous letter so detectives back to the initial interviews with katie. She had explained to them that she placed his stamp on each envelope. Going out of the office. They didn't have premade envelopes like most businesses sushi pre-stamped herself licking the stance. Yeah but one of the detectives thought she was kind of making too big a point about that like she made. It had some concerns in that direction. Investigators decided they'd bring her back and put some pressure on her in her next interview..
"yoder" Discussed on True Crime Brewery
"Now it looked like that wasn't going to happen. Leon and her husband had been at their lawyers office on the day. Bill call to report. Mary taken ill so adam. Was there watching the kids for them that day that night. July twenty first adam. His sister and brother-in-law were sitting in leon living room eating takeout and discussing their mother's health situation back home at ten pm. Adam headed back home to be with his mother and father and his goal was to drive through the night and be back in town before sunrise so early on the morning of wednesday july twenty second bill yoder woke up to allow banging coming from his front door. He put on his bathrobe and went down the stairs when he opened the door. There were two state troopers on the front porch and they told bill that the hospital had been trying to reach him during the night. Bill had left his phone ringer on silent overnight and he had no idea that they've been trying to reach him. They didn't have a home line. So this was alarming bill. Thank the troopers and rushed to the phone to call the hospital we. He reached the switchboard and gave his name and explained who he was. They transferred him up to the icu where he was told that his wife had taken a turn for the worse so now she was being held there so it turns out that this summer may just be a little more normal than last summer. We've traveled back to maine to spend time with family right and some family members of even come here to see us. We even went to the movies last weekend. So this is all just refreshing and guess. What else is refreshing laying best scenes. If you why your brain to feel like it's summertime all of the time download best fiends best fiends makes my brain feel like it went for a cool dip in the pool followed with a tall glass of iced tea. Or maybe beer in your case stick. Possibly best means is way more fun. Another matching puzzle games.
"yoder" Discussed on True Crime Brewery
"Time for what seemed like forever in katie. Was the fulltime office manager. Adam rarely came around anymore and katie had things under control at the office. Well adam and katie. They'd been together since two thousand eleven so like four years off and on by the summer of two thousand fifteen thou adam said he wanted nothing more to do with katie. Their relationship was just the police had even been called once during one of their arguments at also believed that katy had been unfaithful so in his mind. There was not a chance that they would get back together after. Mary left for work at seven forty five. Am on july twentieth. Two thousand fifteen. Bill sat down to eat his breakfast plan his day for bill according to what he would say later the day turned out to be an ordinary monday. He had run errands and napped then he did the little bit of work from home throughout the day. Bill never saw anyone or even spoke to anyone on the phone. He was alone declaimed inside the yoder house all that day then just before six thirty pm that day. Mary called home and she told bill that she was still at the office. I'm coming home. She said and she didn't sound like herself. She told him she felt really sick and needed to get home. I don't feel well. She said before she hung up so bill decided he wouldn't prepare dinner as he normally did. Because married in wanna eat anyway. Whatever was bothering her food was the last thing she wanted so sometime between six forty five and seven pm. Mary's car pulled up to the house and after quickly parking it she entered the house through the kitchen and she was definitely in a hurry. She rushed in dash through the kitchen toward the bathroom without even anything. She looked really pale in distressed sicker. Actually than he had ever seen her before in their marriage. Mary's in the bathroom vomiting as bill stands outside the door asking her if you could help in any way. She said feeling really bad between bursts vomiting so. She's in the bathroom for about thirty minutes when she finally did come out. Sheila crappy pale exhausted. Just they're perspiring trouble walking and she was carrying a plastic vomit. Bucket wither so. Mary in the vomit bucket made it to the living room. Couch and mary lay down closed. Her is well. I guess these trips back and forth from the bathroom in the couch continued for about the next two hours says bill just kind of watched helplessly then according to bill around nine thirty pm. Mary told him to go to bed. She said she felt terrible and she would just rather be alone..
"yoder" Discussed on True Crime Brewery
"Telling him what a good job katie would do in house. She focus on work while in the office. Promise that so. They agreed to hire so bill had cut down his hours as a chiropractor. During the summer of two thousand fifteen and he began focusing on doing the taxes accounting and payroll so he did work two days a week tuesdays thursdays and half day when he can fit it in. He still saw some patients but he saw fewer and fewer as his time to retire was coming up. Mary worked the other days of the week. Mondays wednesdays and fridays and mary often drove out to nearby amish country on some days after work hours to provide treatment to the amish horse and trip into utica was too far for them and mary didn't want them to miss out on treatments that she felt. They really needed so she was willing to do that. Musha supportive of his plan to retire. Well they both wanted to retire. But i think money was an issue. You're thing grew into that later but money was addition. Yes because i think they were hoping to get a certain amount of money for the practice but by this time bill was working on writing books and mary was the major bread earner right so i think there probably were some issues there between them over this but their family would say they were planning to retire and they were actually planning a big trip as well. Both gardening and pottery were big hubby's for mary and she also became a shakily company. Rep selling their products out of the office. Mary kept a small shop where she sold some her pottery health related books and some herbal supplements in the back of her office and she always encouraged friends in patients to live a healthy lifestyle. Mary's default lunch on days. She had forgotten to bring one from home was a shakily protein. Shake so she kept a large canister of shakily protein powder in the office refrigerator and she would mix it with almond milk to make a smoothie when she got hungry. Mary was very trim and fit and active for a sixty year old woman. She just didn't look anywhere near sixty to me. Very fit purchase. Show me looked good. She looked really good so that summer of two thousand fifteen. Things seemed close to perfect for build mary. They were really looking forward to retirement and traveling and they were dividing up the workweek. Katie was doing a really good job. Managing the office and adam was back in school so that made mary and bill. Happy as well. Things are pretty good. There they did. I mean i think adam was always a bit of a worry so they were really happy when he was returned to school fulltime. Yeah but the whole thing with katie. She's working out really well for their practice doing a.
"yoder" Discussed on True Crime Brewery
"Haul. I don't think so too many peaks and valleys burly young. Oh adam was open about how quickly his feelings for katie had developed and progressed katie. Grew up in utica where her father was. A property owner in a landlord and the kindly name was popular and respected around town. Adam kept a notebook the poetry and writings expressing how much he loved. Katie in one entry adam talked about how when katie wasn't around all i could do since tarik pictures of her and wonder she felt same about him. It wasn't intoxicating feeling. He wrote so as they continue dating seeing each other every day. Adam wrote out the cost shared house monthly bills in what they couldn't couldn't afford so it looked like replanning alleged together it really dead but when adam and katie argued and fought according to adams apology letters to katie. These fights were very brutal and loud. they'd hurt each other and then they'd make up in an undated letter to katie. After one of these arguments adam wrote that they acted crazy because they were crazy in love so that cinna a pretty immature way to look at things but they were both guilty of saying really cruel things to each other and adam had told her he didn't want these fights to destroy their relationship so beginning in two thousand thirteen. Adam was the yoder's office manager but by the end of the year he'd return to school and he just couldn't manage a full-time job and he asked his parents if his girlfriend twenty year old katie could split the time with him. They would each work part time sharing the office manager responsibilities so in early two thousand fourteen. His school became more time consuming. Adam stopped working at the office completely and he suggested that katy can take over fulltime office manager responsibilities. She was doing a very good job. And marian bill liked katie. She was a friendly pretty young woman. She was also really responsible in smart for her age. She looked sophisticated dressing in a business like way and most people around town new the conley family. The house where she grew up was on acres of land where they raise horses..
"yoder" Discussed on True Crime Brewery
"Pretty nice arrangement job-sharing. Yeah and did work for a while but neither of them so it is a permanent solution so after about a year bill proposed and mary accepted and then they returned to utica after some time. Back in utica now. Married bill and mary yoder win for an extended honeymoon took away hawaii. They barely enough money to live on really but what they did is. They filled up two backpacks with necessities use. What money they had to get flights to hawaii and then once they landed they started hiking. They spent their nights different public campgrounds as they made their way to a remote area. On the north side of the island's coast and this is the kalala valley. Bill and mary hiked in and they found a really beautiful spot close to the beach overlooking a waterfall so they were thrilled. This was just like living in paradise for them and they stayed there for about a month. According to bill they were really focused on a spiritual path. They were searching for deeper more meaningful light. Their marriage vows said that they were committed to each other but they were also committed to They wanted to service the community and contribute to improving the world so with this lifestyle they were living. Without many distractions. Life was moving slowly but after a while build decided he really needed to finish his dissertation. He was going to need a career eventually. You'll see us so. They moved back to buffalo and eventually near to utica. Mary got pregnant so bill roads. Three different lines transferring twice daily to the library to work on his dissertation bill. Is there open to close. Most every day planned to finish his doctor math before the baby was due and he did but their first child was a daughter. They named yana and two years later. Another daughter hammer in this born their third child. The sunday named adam was not going to be born for another ten years when he came along. The girls were old enough to really appreciate him and actually.
"yoder" Discussed on True Crime Brewery
"She had an aunt and uncle who lived near the university so she moved into their house after. That arrangement got a little bit old. Mary rented a room in a boarding house that bill yoder and his classmates were renting was likeable and she just exuded kindness. But when bill met mary it wasn't love at first sight. Is mary kind of on the shy side. Plus she had a boyfriend and bill. Just wasn't the kind of guy to make a move on another guy's girlfriend so early on marian. Dole were just friends and roommates. Yes so as bill. Got to know mary though. He began to think that she was really someone. Exceptional her caring and optimistic attitude. Were just part of who. She was not too long. After mary moved into the boarding house she announced that she and her boyfriend had broken up. So bill had to admit that made him kind of happy and within a month he asked marianna date. She accepted and s. They say the rest is history really so they must have been some mutual attraction to begin with and she just moves into the boarding house. And then well. I broke up my boyfriend. Yeah well she just seemed like she was the kind of person who just had this highness and happiness and just Joie de vive about her kind of envious of someone like that. She just really seemed to go out there and enjoy life you know. She didn't sit around and think negative things. No she went for she absolutely did yes and i think that was good for bill who was much quieter and more introspective grew up in phoenix n- after high school and in a three year overseas journey courtesy of the us army. He returned to the united states and he lived buffalo new york. Bill had friends in the philosophy graduate program at the university of buffalo and he moved into a boarding house with near the campus and besides paying share the rent. Bill contributed by doing chores and just kind of helping out with the maintenance of the building. His plan at the time was to complete his doctorate and get his dissertation out of the way beyond that dole wasn't sure what career he would pursue. The teaching was always a possibility. Yes i guess. Eventually bills academic advisor called him in for a meeting. It was explained to him that you know. After seven years in grad school. He still wasn't able to teach and there were no classes left for him to.
"yoder" Discussed on True Crime Brewery
"True crime brewery contains disturbing content related to real life crimes. Medical information is opinion based on facts of a crime and should not be interpreted as medical advice or treatment listener discretion is advised. Welcome to true crime. Burry i'm jill and i'm dick. Mary yoder was beloved. Wife mother and a chiropractor apparently leaving her best life in two thousand fifteen she and her husband bill who ran their own chiropractic practice together were planning on retiring and finally taking their dream trip to europe but on july twentieth. Mary didn't seem like herself. She left work complaining of an upset stomach and intractable vomiting. By the following morning she was incubated. And in the icu. Join us at the quiet end for inside job. Doctors caring for mary in the hospital. Were really puzzled by her sudden. Severe illness within thirty six hours. She had seven episodes of cardiac arrest. Her family came to be by her side but the outcome was devastating. Mary yoder was dead. Toxicology studies found a poison in mary's blood solving the medical mystery but the investigation. Into how and why she had ingested the poison had just begun so we have a new york beer for a new york case. And i picked one from ithaca beer. Company called flower power so this is an american. Ip a seven point two percent huckabee by volume beers. A hazy copper colour. Small whitehead allowed. Lacing to the glass nice aroma sweet malt citizen pine and taste follows. The knows as you. So much like to say jill caramel grapefruit and pine. This is a more malt forward. I rather than hop forward. So it's not as rip your mouth off type stuff. Yeah a little less happy than we're used to really. Yes but still a nice beer. Yes it'll do as they say do so. Let's open her up. It is a pretty beer very pretty. So i'll give it that gerke rudolph and it smells good so follow me down here to the quiet end and i think i can pound down a couple of these while you tell the story of mary. Yoder this story really kind of blew me away. I have to be honest. we're water questions about it. There's so many twists and so many questions. And i'm not even sure that the outcome was correct. So you could say itself but then you could say is it. We'll see her vick. We will some gonna have you start us out. Give us a little history of this family where this tragedy occurred in new york. Marietta was born mary baker. She grew up in utica new york with two brothers and five sisters big family. He hasn't it. Shoe has an adventurous child and had many hobbies including music yoga and singing. She was smart act of kin after high school and then two years in a community college. She wanted to continue her education at the university of buffalo..
"yoder" Discussed on My Family Thinks I'm Crazy
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"yoder" Discussed on Strength to Strength
"Little bit about being wiser serpents and as damon's doves there are things that we can do. Guide gives us some really smart things at the moment but rather there is no need. Why would you want to restrain. Robert is there's angels there that could rock him over with. Just why would you wanna do it. Why would you wanna take. God's place to protect your wife if god has told you to not use violence to love that man and promised to take care of you Of course then. Some terrible things happen. That's right but i can't help but think like the time that my wife was molested cheat. You can imagine the struggles that we went through even me as a man but i remember the word ministering to one thing that struck her was when she thought of the fact that jesus hung on the cross with most of closed off. He hung his negative body. The public was one point that she grabbed okay. My body is not mine. It's yours if you allow this to happen and remember. I couldn't protect her. There was no way. Unless i'd wanna get killed. The other thing was the picture of job what happened to job and we accepted that god allowed satan to come to our house that one time with that kind of thing. It's the only time that kind of thing happened. He out that well. Who are we to argue. Get it so go ahead. Well thank you brother. Pablo for for painting the picture or filling pitcher in some more of the irrational ways. Jesus right amen. Brother met the counter. Intuitive with you. it's down crazy. Some of this stuff sounds really really really far out. But jesus did a study of jesus life from the beginning to the end from being born in a stable with nothing and following all the way through until they're spitting. I had people spitting my face. And i can still feel the spill running down.
"yoder" Discussed on Strength to Strength
"The one may be overpowered by another two can withstand him and a threefold cord is not going broke out. Good morning everyone welcomed strength a strength. It's a real blessing to see many of you lots of you this morning. We have quite quite a crowd on on zoom here. That's a ro blessing. We're excited to have pablo yoder with us today with us this morning here at sex and again this afternoon at three o'clock and this morning we'll apollo's talking about the power and purpose of enemy. Love that i'm really anticipating this talk This is all alpha getting conversations here with people likly talking about non resistance or enemy love and the purpose of it and the reason for it and just like my iranian friend told me the other morning other day he said The ways of jesus or counter intuitive. And and we're going to hear about some counter intuitive ways here today from a brother So probably yoder is from wasswa nicaragua as many of us probably know We've we read his books in probably heard and speak at times in the past He also it has published and ask before the call here. Do you have five children or six children and six six children. All right and i think to them still him there with them and a brother. Pablo is is Nor deigned evangelist. So brother pablo's good to have you with us this morning before we get started here. Why don't we just have had prayer. Let's pray heavenly father. Thank you So much for today. Thank you for your mercies that our new again this morning and father we come to you in the name of jesus your son the one who showed us the the the reason for enemy love the one who walked down the one who taught us and showed us what it looks like to be your son to be your children and live your ways on this earth so father. I asked lord. The as a runner shares a sport that he would experience just freedom from you. He could thank clearly he just remember these stories and share them Under under your Anointing father and that he would do it for your glory. Father and that these talks could be used as a way to to help all of us as we grapple with what it looks like to follow. Jesus that we could understand better what that looks like. It's a father a prey that you'll bless talk this morning in a very special way Just guide and direct. We asked this in. Jesus name amen all.
"yoder" Discussed on The Stuttering John Podcast
"Around forty, forty, five, fifty s when the is when the women really wanted to go for it you know, right And part of that is finding our grew what we like and so if you're joining it, of course, you're gonNA WANNA have it more. There's so many women who are again faking it and not enjoying it, and that's why they don't want it. Yeah. No I know and. And it's hard for you guys to understand because even for men bad sexist good sex. That's X is better than no sex but for women no, there are time. There are many times where no sex is better than bad sex. Yeah. I yeah, I? Guess. So I mean. I've had bad sex though the I've I've I've had some real. I don't know things that. I WanNa talk about like let's just say. You know. Girls who had a hygiene issue? I've heard horror stories. Oh my goodness. Yeah I mean and you know one. And they wonder why you're not turned on but it's like well, how could I be? And I'm sure you've. Had some horror stories. I mean I I. mean. have. Know. The scent of whoever I'm with normally drives me. So nuts that. I complained like, why are you putting to Yoder non because they don't Wanna sweat and smell it make you put you don't smell you smell good. So don't have those kind of horror stories to tell their, but I'm not even well, that's one. Thing about the hygiene issues. The other one is I to get into it, but it's gross and you know. I tell you what it is. I I was going down on a girl. and. I was spitting out little little, rolls. Toilet. Paper. Exactly you're you said, I could tell you and. And like after that And then she farts while in bed and then I'm just like okay. All right. That's it. You know I mean you know you know I. I went from erect to flaccid in two seconds. It's like, oh Wait a second. How old? She was about I would say about..
How Can I Help My Kids Care About Things I Think Are Important?
"Do you get your kids to care about something you feel is important like hygiene punctuality excetera when they just don't see it. Angie I know the answer to this one I'll start with the bad news. The bad news is you. Can't you cannot actually get your children your neighbors your spouse your combs to care about anything. They don't care about it is impossible and you should stop trying but now of course we pivot to the good news. This which is they. Don't have to care about these things. They have to behave in a certain way. In order to be a member of your household. So let's start with hygiene I have between and his interest in hygiene is I would say zero. Maybe negative additive twenty. He doesn't care about it at all but the rule in our house is that you have to clean yourself every other day and so this kid still l. likes bath so sometimes he likes take a bath at night to relax. That's fine. He knows he has to wash his hair separately from taking a bath. So that basically involves. I won't go into the whole. GM sure you know how bad this work but he has to wash his hair and use a clean cup so that he's not just washing his hair in the dirty bathwater. Otherwise why is he has to take a shower. He has to use soap as we have instructed him to get all the parts clean and wash his hair and then when he gets out of the shower he has to put onto yoder and it is a simple expectation that we have set up and whether or not he is interested in doing it. It not interesting to me. I think eventually young men and women get more interested in their personal hygiene when peer pressure kind of kicks in and they don't WanNa smell at school or they don't WanNa have you know greasy hair when they go somewhere that will kick in eventually. But you're you're not really interested in that part of the equation. Punctuality is a hard one because you have to back it up several steps. What I mean is if you have to be somewhere are at? Let's save to be at school at eight o'clock. That process has to start a full hour earlier. So if you start lecturing about the the importance of punctuality at quarter of eight you are on the wrong path. Punctuality is another practice. It's another behavior that you are supporting and and putting in place whether or not your kids care about being on time. None of my kids particularly care about being on time for school but we have put a system in place where there's no screens in the morning. We have with one of my kids set up a time that is listed on the back of his door so he knows seven o'clock the alarm goes off. He needs to be dressed by seven twenty five. He needs to be downstairs and eating breakfast by seven thirty and he needs to walk out the door at seven fifty and those are pretty tight times but he was cranky enough about it that that's how we decided to set it up. He still doesn't really care about punctuality but with those supports in place he is getting places that he needs and that is what I care about I care about behavior. I don't care at all about motivation nation and so I think a lot of the fights around this. There's a movie with Jennifer Aniston and the tall actor Vince. Something the Guy Anyway. I don't remember the name of the movie. They're like X.'s. In the movie and at some point she sits down and she's like I don't want you to do the dishes. I want you to want to do the dishes and this. This is the example of the wrong path. I don't care whether or not my husband wants to do the dishes. I care about whether or not he does the dishes. And so if you're on the side out of the equation that is I'm going to make you see why this is important. There's a lot of unhappiness down that road and I would just skip it. You can underscore like like hey being punctual. 's important because it shows respect to people having good hygiene is important because it shows people that you care about about those things you can underscore those things but I would not get lost in that dialogue. I would only go after behavior. I would only put in supports that helps behavior savior become action and if necessary I would apply consequences to bad behavior
Joining the circular economy with Vestiaire Collective
"Hey Cami Hey Monica. Guess what I got a really funny. DM from a listener last week. A D M A direct message in my inbox area. Yeah I thought maybe I could read it out and we could provide the answer on the pod as opposed to online fine. Okay hit me tangled thread four thousand five rights. Hey any chance you guys could do an episode on what should go into a girl's closet without the trends. I know it's possible ospel to Google it but a lot of us want to hear it from you dot dot dot or at least I do and here. She inserts a photo of her closet which to be totally honest. Looks a lot neater than mine but anyway she goes on on this. What is a big mess? I keep buying stuff and there's still nothing in it cheers angell. Let's so nice while tangled thread. Four thousand five. It's funny you should ask because this. This episode is actually going to be full of answers. I suspect not only are we going to be interviewing the founders of one of the world's leading secondhand fashion retailers that's yeah collective which By the way allows you to buy and sell second hand pieces designer secondhand pieces but also coming. I feel like we need to talk about this. Eternal problem of all of us feeling like there's nothing to wear in our wardrobes. Having a wardrobe full of clothes an attorney thinking oh I have nothing to wear exactly and we're kind of clearly missing. The mark of this is a problem problem. A societal problem because we're buying a lot of stuff but we're not buying the right stuff. I also think that a lot of us. I've heard a lot lately that instagram's our social media's to blame for this and it's because girls don't want to repeat outfits on the ground don't want to be seen wearing the same things tonight in a row etc etc.. But I oh. I think that this problem dates back to way way way more before that says that people have been overwhelmed by sort of trends flying at them for a really long time. And it's hard to pare back to the essentials. Well I think also women often want to wear something new to feel confident and and and that's great great but what about also training yourself to not need something new to feel confident on on the country learning to mix and match of things that you have in different ways so that you actually really playing around with your wardrobe so much better exactly. And I'm sort of training myself. That way and trying to really invest in Ki Ki. He says I have to say those are what I feel Augustine. Speaking of I wanted to give a shoutout to this amazing stuff. It's called the registry which is a website that allows you to repair things that you've previously love. Do they come pick up the broken pieces from your house. Yes so basically. It's a website you see. You can go on it. I think it's the restaurant or calm. I haven't checked and we'll put it in the show notes but basically you can send anything from a chanel handbag with a broken chain. A lovely pair of Bali pumps that all worn down. Or I don't know you. You have your favorite dress that needs fit into your body. Because it's it no longer fits and actually I think we so often think of replacing things buy new ones when we want something Robin repairing so anyway not everyone think of also repairing the things you love before you start investing even if it's investing in vintage pieces that I think it's good to get these these new kinds of services out there. Yeah I agree. Check it out. Also I went to the trouble to properly answer this listener. That was so honored. Also we're going to be fashioned agony. The neons yeah so I actually wrote down my essential pieces that I could not live with her in my wardrobe okay. I've really thought about this. Go on okay. So a perfect suit preferably in black Assamese had measles a great one. I would say velvets a lot of it. Suit Yup. Okay where where's your velvet. Suit is from Ray. His own brown raise amazing as well almost flat but but not quite flat elegant boots I think a day and by far are really good for this or if you have a bit more budget products are brilliant boots a pair of black gray white and dark blue ankle skimming jeans not too tight higher wasted. Because it's more flattering Goldstein. Denim are very good at this. Yeah I think with Denim. It's what works for you. I think each fasten their favorite stall. I'm I'm going for a very mom jeans. Look at the Mo- I go through phases but I think just find what fits you. Yeah Golden Helmet Lang as well a helmet line Unisex. Gre like ninety one pair of slingbacks in a neutral color probably blacked to dress at the black gene at night and make your ankles look great a crisp white shirt go one size up. You don't want it to be tight. Where'd you get your shirts from? There's a brand called with nothing underneath. I I really like a Bronco Ankle pieces of white which is really good but I like men shots. I like Ralph. Lauren Noah size small Mensur. Yeah sometimes even better than this is good for shots okay. Uniqlo's well wait t shirts from current Elliott great feel and tank tops internal next from a brand that. I've just discovered this dude looled. The Francis dilaudid in English. It's really fake. Check it out and have a great instagram account as well and a body suit to wear under the jacket. which because you can separate the jacket from the suit and just wear it with jeans right but then you WanNa wear in a casual way but open and you have to have something underneath presume bodysuits really good? I feel like this is tetris actress fashion. We should be providing the maximum amount of outfits. You can wear with these combos yet. So would you add anything. Maybe a piece of statement jewelry like from at Gerry. A or an Isa Kerr McGee. I would also add a pair of What I like to call cities meakers things that you were like for example of cool new balance or as X.? Trainers absolutely necessary sustainable option. Yeah I wear my new balance a lot I have to say I love. Also a big extra-large man coats your because I think you can wear whatever whatever you want underneath and just throw it on not be called and then you can have like skimpy little mini dress underneath if you're going out whatever and you'll find even if it's freezing and that's the last is key investment piece potentially the most expensive. Oh by the way also I really believe in like if you have old jewelry that maybe let your mom gave you or something but it feels old school. You can get converted birded into something really new and cool as well like Jesse Thomas Jewelry that her dad's a Master Goldsmith. She's learnt his art and she's learned how to do this and she has really cool. Modern tastes but with all of this stuff. You don't you don't need to buy things not to be preachy anyway. One more thing I wanted to tell you on this topic Chemi is. I met this girl the other day. on this visit London called Catherine quenches. I've heard of her. She's brilliant super committed minimalist. She's black for the past eight really. She hasn't won another Nkala rather than like a commitment. Quite extreme. Yeah not much light. But she's like totally committed and she's super chic anyway. She designs in other neutral colors. Black and everything goes super well together and she has created city break. Capsule wardrobes. So you can actually buy the whole thing together. You don't even have to think about it and everything goes perfectly. So there's just put a London won the Perez ones coming through in the Florence and it's actually all inspired by Joan. Didn't packing list love lies. We read it out the packing list. Yes yes let's do it. I love it me find. It's the sinked. Travel is below taped inside joined idioms closet door in Malibu for many years consisted of everything thing the author needed when she set out on assignment it was printed along with digits owner analysis of it in her nineteen seventy-nine collection of nonfiction. The white album. Here it is the pack and where to Scott's to jerseys or leotards one pullover sweater two pairs of shoes stockings Bra nightgown robe slippers cigarettes Borbon. We forgot the sweaters. We did forget sweat is Saddam patters William very important. Yes okay bag. Doug with shampoo toothbrushes toothpaste basis soap. Razor yoder an aspirin prescriptions tampax. Face cream powder baby while to carry Mojo throw typewriter interesting. Yeah we definitely don't have those anymore. Legal Pods pens files. House House. Cow Ski this list right Stadion which was taped inside my closet door in Hollywood during those years when I was reporting more or less steadily the list enabled me to pack back without thinking for any piece. I was likely to do notice the deliberate anonymity of the costume in a skirt a leotard stockings. I could pass on either side of the culture. You're not the mohair throw for trunk line. Flights III no blankets and for the motel room in which the air conditioning could not be turned off. I hate notice Bourbon for the same motel room. Notice the typewriter for the airport coming home. The idea was to turn in the Hertz car check in and find an empty bench and start typing the days notes. It should should be clear that this was a list made by someone who prize control urine after momentum. Someone determined to play her role as if she had. The script heard the cues new the narrative narrative. There is on this list. One significant emission one article I needed and never had a watch. I needed to watch not during the day when I could turn on the car radio or ask ask someone but at night in the motel quite often. I would ask the desk for the time if you how so until finally embarrassed ask again I would call US Angie's and ask my husband in other words. I had skirts jerseys leotards plover sweater shoes. Stockings Bra nightgown rope slippers. Cigarettes Borbon Shampoo toothbrush brush and paste basis soap razor deodorant. ASPIRIN PRESCRIPTIONS Tom. Impacts face cream powder baby oil mojo throw typewriter legal pads pens end files and a house-key but I didn't know what time it was. This may be a parable either of my life as a reporter during this period or of the period itself isn't that brilliance. I do it
"yoder" Discussed on V103
"The switch to Schmitz Yoder and and change the way you think about natural find us at a retailer near you or visit Schmitz dot com my name is Ron Burgundy and that's a very big deal NBC comedy is a big deal to not as big as my idea but pretty big nonetheless just there's a noticeable drop off for my big deal to their big deal but they are still technically a big deal NBC comedy the things I know about this fight gas and you go I'm gonna give you some straight dope here the podcast world is as sassy and you can quote me on that assorted world strange drifters grifters which what's the difference between a drifter grifter I don't know anyway we're a bit like pirates rob from the rich and give to the poor and sometimes we don't give the ports and as we keep it ourselves keep the booty for our set so keep your eye on the prize look for the second season a bipod gas stores today two points three.
Sorting Out Plastics At The Grocery Store
"When most of us walk out of the grocery store, we leave with a lot of plastic packaging and will win it. When it comes time to recycle that packaging things can get sort of confusing NPR's, Rebecca Davis visits grocery store with the recycling expert to help sort things out. Keith Harrison gets a lot of questions about recycling. Yes, it's one of my favorite party tricks. Helping people understand Ken, I recycle that. And sometimes the answer is maybe Harrison is CEO of a nonprofit called the recycling partnership. She works with corporations and local governments to make recycling work better. She says recycling seems like it should be easy. You put it in a bin, and you send it away. But really it's s mash up of twenty thousand local governments doing their own thing public private interests. It's fascinating. But it's messy. And there's no better place to see how that mess plays out. Then at the grocery store, this is where all it's great about plastic packaging collides with what's not so great and shoppers trying to make environmentally. Cincinnati choices can just end up. Confused, look around this grocery store, we see beautiful colors, the reds, and the greens. But many of its wrapped in plastic and different types of plastic. Hard soft crinkly some of it's good recycling. Some of it isn't Harrison picks up a cucumber it's from Canada. And this plastic wrapper actually makes the cucumber lasts longer food waste is an important issue in our country. So if this plastic wrapper makes this cucumber more likely to be eaten is that. A good thing seems like a good thing. But then what do you do with the plastic answer? You throw it in the trash not the recycling bin next Harrison reaches for a bag of red and yellow peppers. You can hear the crinkle meanness of this plastic packaging around these peppers. And this is plastic that is not respectable this to throw in the trash. It's destined for the landfill. Yes. So here we have a beautiful tub of lettuce Harrison is holding up. One of those plastic tubs? They're called clam shells. They're great for keeping your lettuce fresh longer. She turns it over and on the bottom is a number one inside that triangle mate of EROs. I get this question on the time. If it has the little EROs on it and a number in there. I can recycle it, right? Not necessarily Harrison says those numbers inside the triangle are used to identify the kind of resin plastics made from good information for recyclers who sell certain resins to manufacturers for consumers. It can be helpful. But it can also be misleading. For example. This clam shell. It's a number one just like plastic bottles, which are mostly recyclable, but clam shells are made using a different process. The properties of this classic material are different than a bottle. Looks the same has the one, but whether or not it's recyclable will depend on your local program, and you can probably get that information on the internet. We leave produce and head for the health and beauty aisle. We are looking at a big wall of toothpaste. And toothbrushes and wondering what do we do with all of these things? She's examining a package of purple toothbrushes there encased in a molded plastic because you wanna buy a toothbrush that had been manhandled by everyone who's come down. I'll probably not nice, but can the plastic casing be recycled toothbrush covers often relatively small size in. If it's too small it won't make it through the giant conveyors belts and big discreet that separate out paper from plastic. It will fall into the cracks and get lost and treated as trash so we don't have a very good outcome. Win our toothbrush. I'll either next. We passed tampons the ones with the plastic applicators convenient and hygienic. Yes, recyclable. No. They're not recyclable. That's all trash. Do. You wanna talk to you Itteren on this aisle row after row of elaborate plastic containers line the shelves each one like a billboard hawking. It's wears Harry. Says these containers are problematic because they're made using more than one type of plastic. And when you add more types of plastics to one package you reduce the likelihood of its recyclability next packaged foods. And all right. So here we are and flexible packaging world, these packages are used for things like nuts and dried fruits microwaveable meals crackers Harrison says there is something good about this packaging. It's wait. It's light. So it uses less fuel during shipping, which means it has a lower carbon footprint than heavier materials like glass, but there is no into life for this material because it's multi layers of different types of plastics. So why is it that there's so much packaging on the shelves? That cannot be recycled well originally recycling programs were just designed to collect and sort cardboard cans and glass, and then plastic bottles, the kind we see a lot of today. So here we are on the comment. I'll we're looking. Being from pickles, two mustards almost everything here is in a plastic bottle with your safe-space. This is where I get to say, yes, you can recycle that the same is true of shampoo, bottles and home cleaning products, and of course, water and soda bottles of soda bottle enjoys lots of different end markets that could be carpeting, it could be a new soda bottle. It could be filling in a pillow could be a fleece jacket. But when companies developed new types of plastic packaging, like those Yoder and containers, they don't say, hey, recycler. Can you handle this material we wrap up our grocery store tour in the baby food section almost? Everything's in a convenient unbreakable don't need a spoon, plastic pouch. So I have a thirteen year old. And when she was a baby baby food was sounded like that. It was in a glass container in that amount of time. It's also which to pouches which keep things fresh. You can reseal them if you don't eat them, all and reciting. No, not at all. He sounded kind of sad. I am that. I am sad that this is a big challenge. And what I'm sad about is that. I don't know how to fix it. Keep Harrison estimates that half of the plastic packaging found in grocery stores can be put into your recycling bin to get the other half in there as well companies will need to design their packaging, so recyclers can actually process it, otherwise, it'll just be more plastic trash destined for the landfill. Rebecca davis. NPR news, Washington.
'Bomb cyclone' triggers flooding on Mississippi, Missouri rivers
"As you so called bomb. Cyclone storm heads towards Canada. Dennis Yoder is with Minnesota's department of transportation is melting snow on high temperatures said really it's really gonna bring the rivers up. So we're going to be dealing with us for a little while. So be facing a little bit of the heavy rains from the bomb cyclone caused major flooding in Missouri. Nebraska, and
Americas heartland issues referendum on Trump
"Today. We're bringing you a story from America's heartland the midwestern state of Kansas US voters will head to the polls tomorrow for the highly anticipated midterm elections. And there are a number of battleground races to watch one of them being Kansas third congressional district. What's happening? There is happening in a lot of places across the US many traditional Republicans. Suburban voters are rejecting politicians who've align themselves with President Trump, and in some cases, the rallying behind non traditional candidates as a sort of referendum on the president's policies. The F T Jennifer Siegel spoke with data journalists Brooke FOX who's been covering this race. Br grew up in Kansas near the district and last month. She went back to talk to voters. So Brooke tell me about Kansas City for someone who's never been there. What do they need to know about this district? So the city sits on the border of Kansas and Missouri. The third congressional district in Kansas City is mostly made up of the suburbs of the city. It's pretty well known in the area as being more affluent district, although it does include more urban less affluent areas as well, but on the whole UC higher levels of income higher levels of education than you would see in other districts in the state a lot of people that currently live in Kansas City, generally have family roots somewhere in farming. And a lot of them have moved to the city as a result of job opportunity there that is in more the professional in management industry versus in the agriculture industry, and give us a sense of the political landscape there. What is voter registration look like in this district. It's pretty close to being split down the middle. Slightly more majority to Republican side. This district is not Representative of the rest of the state because the rest of the state represents more rural districts. This district is Representative of what you find it other suburban districts around the country, so areas close to big cities. I think off hand counted maybe five or six suburban districts where you're seeing a democratic challenger outpolling, a Republican incumbent, and that's that is happening across the country, not necessarily just in Kansas. Right. And we seem to be seeing a trend where Republicans who have historically been in safer seats are facing competitive challengers on the left, but let's talk about the key race in this district. It's four seat in the house of representatives told me about the candidates, so Kevin Yoder. This is his fifth time running to be a congressman for this district. And he is pretty well known for being a budget guy. He's fairly moderate compared with other Republicans, and he is facing. A very strong challenge from a woman named cherise David's she's lesbian. She's a native American woman, and she's also a former professional MMA fighter. So she sort of a surprising candidate she's never run for office before, but she did work as a fellow in the White House in the department of transportation. So she does have some political experience in her background. So you talked to quite a few voters in this district. One of them was a man named Steve rose, and he's pretty frustrated with Kevin Yoder, the incumbent tell me a little bit more about Steve. And what he told you Steve rose is a columnist in the Kansas City area who has voted for Kevin every time he's run in the past. But this year, he's frustrated because he thinks that the congressman is voting too closely aligned with Donald Trump's policies, and that that's not reflective of what the district wants. And here we used to be. It's no longer Maher is now Trump junior more he's inset with Trump the more. He's also with is this for Steve rose told me that there's nothing that Kevin Yoder has really done to merit a frustrated public that what they're frustrated with his Donald Trump and the more closely. He is viewed as being aligned with him is where he he's going to run into trouble. So voters there seemed to be issuing a sort of referendum on the president. I put the referendum question to several people in the district. And they all emphatically said, yes, this is a referendum on the president and this idea of a referendum. What's the driving force behind it? I did talk to quite a few people who are moderate Republicans themselves. And a lot of them are switching party lines to vote for the democrat. They just like to see someone stand up to Donald Trump, essentially don't think that Donald Trump necessary. Appeals to a lot of these more centrist voters in the suburban districts.
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"She also refused to acknowledge this as a policy of the trump administration pretty much going every other way around it to avoid saying that it was a policy even though it clearly is what their policy is and we saw the attorney general jeff sessions say as much when he unveiled just last month republican senator ted cruz of texas is introducing an emergency measure to keep illegal immigrant families together and gop congressman kevin yoder of kansas is calling for an immediate end to taking children from their parents the supreme court is resolving partisan redistricting cases from wisconsin and maryland without ruling on the broader issue of whether electoral maps can give an unfair advantage to a political party corespondent jessica schneider supreme court has really sent this back down to the lower courts and with that effectively means is that these maps that the challengers claimed were gerrymandered in a partisan way these maps for now they will stand just to be clear even if the supreme court had issued some sort of more definitive ruling on this those maps still would have been in place for the two thousand eighteen election that's coming up the us and south korea are agreeing suspended joint military exercises scheduled for august following president trump's summit with north korean leader kim jong own the president made a pledge to end the drills at gerry met with kim in singapore last week on wall street the dow jones industrial average fell one hundred three points the smp down six the nasdaq closed up one i'm ann cates.