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Melissa Victor, Host of Stoopkid Stories, on Exploring Race, Equity and Injustice With Children

Podcast Movement 2021

01:56 min | Last month

Melissa Victor, Host of Stoopkid Stories, on Exploring Race, Equity and Injustice With Children

"Coming off the heels of all of the uprising in america. That happened during the middle of twenty. You know kids were so much more aware one because they weren't focused on being in school all day and All they had was their tablets. Tv's they could just see all of the terrible injustices happening in america. And of course. I wanted to be part of a project where kids who were getting this negative Picture from the media can also switch to podcast where them they are celebrated. They are affirmed and they have an opportunity to learn about themselves in other people who may not look like them In contrast what we will see in in the media in. I thought it was so important that we started at the route. You know for a young black girl or young chinese boy or young latino girl to sit and listen to these stories like all this is me this is why am i like fried chicken analog kimchi or we lay off edges and then we put rice water out here like we do all of these things in. That's amazing into watch that grow to stories about. How do we enter. Maverick identities having interact with other identities. And then get into the icke part. Okay now interacted with these other identities. What happens when someone who doesn't look like me Interacts with me in a harsh way. How would it my feelings around that. How do i how do i navigate that as a five six seven. Eight year old So watching the trajectory of the series. Go from this. Is who i am and this is how i deal with. Other people was a great magical in very fulfilling

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"icke" Discussed on Inspire Nation Show with Michael Sandler

Inspire Nation Show with Michael Sandler

02:46 min | 2 months ago

"icke" Discussed on Inspire Nation Show with Michael Sandler

"Managing Of love going from your heart into the will the shooting from the snow chronic working stink nonetheless communication. Your loved one. What can be better than this. He says the state of oneness. That was golfing straightaway. Joseph icke doug we all want that about you.

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"icke" Discussed on The Art of Online Business

The Art of Online Business

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"icke" Discussed on The Art of Online Business

"You're not manipulating someone loving them through gifts. It's just this is how I communicate this to you. So I getting clean your messaging comes from really understanding like who you are, what you want to say, what stands you WanNa take and then how you need to communicate that to the people who you want to hear you and I think that that comes from equal parts just doing just like saying things and then seeing like thought really Icke when I said that right like it's okay to just mess it ought to get your crappy shaft out there but. You know copy someone I don't mean literally plagiarized, but I mean like, okay like you see someone you admire saying something and it works well, try it probably won't work for you. Then you know that thing doesn't work right like that didn't feel good. But when you say something that comes from a place of whatever like that when people really respond to it okay. Put a pin in that. So it is figuring out like. What do I really like talking about what I really WanNa? Say What do I disagree with with other people in my industry that is a big one in it's not about being super negative and comparing or trashing. But just what are other people saying that I am not down with that kind of we talked about like I there's a lot of to use a buzzword topic positively knows like, yeah no, I'm not gonna I'm not just going to not say that I'm. GonNa. Straight up say like that sucks like if you're going through something anthem somebody just said it to you like that sucks rights like knowing what you're not saying no what you are saying by just doing by seeing what people resonate with seeing what feels good and continuing to do the work and just like, okay do I wanNA keep niching down I wanNA keep getting more specific everyone reeks out about their niche short pick a lane right but like you can change. Lanes just don't teach lanes every five seconds to start doing something and see what feels really good..

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"icke" Discussed on Skeptiko - Science at the Tipping Point

Skeptiko - Science at the Tipping Point

10:11 min | 1 year ago

"icke" Discussed on Skeptiko - Science at the Tipping Point

"Me. Another winner will start for me that I've just described I looked up at the sky one day and and it's appeared to me as a gigantic dome like something out of the Truman show in A. and. That all came back to me when I started to go down this road up. This is some kind of holographic projection. and. This comes into your question because. Of course, we know about this whole concept of the was the FERMI paradox. Of a how that can be so many planets in some many stars and yet the amount of. Conscious each activity is. Ridiculously little. Compared with. That potential outlet. For, me. The The lack of each activity on the against the potential of it. is part of isolating. Uman section. You. Imagine if I was other races, what we call et's. Interacting with the Earth. Matching what would happen to human perception would be dramatically different. We would be an access to tremendously different sections of reality sections of possibility of look at life thousand. Look at this and louder look at everything we would be a completely different knowledge base. But if you can isolate perceptually isolate people. To the point where there is no out there. To be no out there certainly, no conscious interaction. then. You can isolate this bubble again and you can control what you can control the inflammation that the target population receives which leads to its perception which leads to its. Behavior I'm not saying not for a second. I wouldn't believe it's true that What we call et's come into this. Projected reality. But Malevolent Jan the other kind. But I'm. Feeling that. This This this reality this Astronomical Reality. Is Not teeming with life as you would probably expect it to be. Because if it was. The ability to control would not. A tiny fraction of what would be impossible in fact be too many sources of other information. And I. Say this. One Planet. This. One. Green. From a human physiological point of view inhabitable planet. which quote into mainstream signs anyway compared with a projected size of the universe is about a billionth of a pinhead. And then all these all this other. Potential for life Planet Stars Excetera. The Appear to not certainly within within the frequency band of human site. Not to be inhabited. And it makes no sense to me whatsoever. Got A. Planet. So small. Should have this. phenomenally. Beautiful Environment Very unique environment, and then you look outs. And there's nothing else suddenly didn't. Interaction range that's anything like it. So. You got you to many people within a pneumatic. Do, actually believe that there is nothing out there. It's another part of this isolation. and. I wonder what he his That we're looking at. What we look at the night sky. Because that experience when I was six or seven years old and the planetarium Hitless. So so powerfully, I never forgot it. Basically. Well if I can see the night sky on the top of Salen. then. What is the night sky? and. I'm still thinking like that now. and So I'm like everything in all reality they are. Benevolence expressions of older as and there are. Shall we say would tico infested expressions of all it is. But I just wonder what this? What it's sky really is what this space that we. Receive really is on whether it is what we think it is or actually just a holographic perception which would projection rather which would. which to US senses would seem incredibly real as it does. Guest again has been David I truly as I said at the beginning one of the bravest I would say that the most important thinkers of our time. He's Never GonNa make an on that time list of one of the top one hundred most. Thank God. Sure to check out this new book, the answer, and hopefully it's an entry point. If you haven't checking out his other books, I think trigger is super duper important book looked at that but his website is fantastic to on member. Many many. Videos blog post valuable stuff well, well, worth IT ICONIC DOT COM and we have to support even more. We have to support this kind of work because. Part of the processes to put this Boa constrictor stranglehold and gradually trying cut off the money that. This, important research deserve. So David truly truly wonderful having one. Thank you. Thank you so much. Thank you and we started iconic which now it's about seven hundred fifty videos and series and podcasts and full length feature films because we could say this we could see. Severe Censorship coming, we wanted a place where this could be available and some great news I great news anyway. We just licensed VACs you know the move axe oh yeah. Right. Yeah. About vaccinations which big controversy with Deniro's film Premiere Remember. we license not so that that's owned. ICONIC. Very said the only place you can see it strange. You know what I'd like to do. I'd like to offer feminine stuck around this long. I'm a purchase for you for listeners, ten copies of the answer. Okay and I'll assign those randomly for every tenth person that that gets to me. Okay. So the first one hundred that email me every ten one will receive a copy of the answer complements the show because it's so so important and I hope when you receive that the one thing I ask is that you do check out iconic in at least. Sign up for a month and see if it doesn't provide the kind of value that I'm talking about. Okay. So just email me and I'll be honest about it. Every tenth one I'll give you a copy of the answer with the hope that you'll checkout ICONEX. So David thanks again good luck with the roll out of this and other terrific work that you're doing real pleasure on. It's really lovely. So could you? Thanks again to David Eick for joining me today on skeptical TCO I'm probably going to be diving further into this topic because. I'm not so certain about some of the sci he's referring to. But again, as I tried to make clear in the interview, the overall lay of the land that he's describing is so. Incredibly on target and way way too close to the truth I. Mean Scary close to the truth. So I guess that is the question to tee up from this interview and that is what do you take from? David takes view of the covid nineteen planned dynamic and what do you leave behind love loved hear your thoughts they will inform me they will drive me they will direct me in how I move with this. So please let me know. What you're thinking and thanks as usual so much for joining me and for being a part of this, I have some good ones coming up I did slip. David. Ike in here. Ahead. Of some other ones have someone that are gonna be really delayed but that's okay the law get out there and the bulk will get out there too and it'll all work out just the way it's supposed to until next time. Take care. Bye for now..

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"icke" Discussed on Skeptiko - Science at the Tipping Point

Skeptiko - Science at the Tipping Point

07:30 min | 1 year ago

"icke" Discussed on Skeptiko - Science at the Tipping Point

"Discredited as its real meaning. We have to use things like unconditional love or infinite locked in to try to get anywhere near it. Once that happens you know in fear. Thus, you're not intimidated does she will always do what you know to be. Right. And if enough people did that. then. It would be game over because the few can only control the many of the many acquiesce to it. The David you give me chills, I mean you literally give me chills it that so eloquent and now we understand why you fill up Wembley Stadium while you fill up when you're allowed to travel and be in other countries while you speak to thousands and thousands of people unprecedented really for for someone of. In the lane that you're riding in to do that, but I want to return to question I asked kind of at the beginning because I. Think it's also something that. People struggle with people who are spiritually minded struggle with. And that is the action versus being part like I need to just be my. Spiritual self and evolve my spiritual self bursts I need to take action in. Sometimes that action might be in conflict ultimately with someone else even if I don't seek that out how do you balance that? Action versus being the doing versus being part that you get what I'm saying in terms of those are common terms, common questions inside spiritual communities. But she'll being become jill doing. You're doing is an expression of your being. and. I to find out X and I've been on this journey a long time and I've seen a lot of things met a lot of people. The height of what was called the new age movement. I saw I met some lovely people. But I saw an enormous amount of. Denial and. Escapism. Masquerading spirituality. Where by I'm just working on my being. That being excuse not to express a doing. 'cause you'd rather not face the consequences of doing it. So they used to say about because when I when I started going around America. In the early nineteen nineties meet nine, hundred, Ninety S. I was. Invited to speak a here there at those some big whole live expos they used to have. This one out Los Angeles one at San Francisco. I would be the strange conspiracy Guy at ten o'clock at night when everyone had gone home. and. They used to say. But what you're saying is negative. Well two things to that a they will she used to say You you getting people to go into fear. Well Two things while number things don't want to one. If you if you are. Spiritually, kind of. Open as you say you are. So what what, why are you talking about? FIA. Fish don't be affecting you if you if you if you'll really connected. On this the other point. I used to hear them say people have to wake up. Yes But. In that case, wouldn't it be a good idea to address what is keeping them asleep? Cost. If you read my books Alex, I never. Cover in a book. The name states places nature of conspiracy without doing. Going to the spiritual nature reality cost the to on knocked. Apart. From each other, they are expressions of each other. And you know. I don't think myself that we come into this reality. As he is to then try to convince ourselves that we haven't, and therefore we we. We don't have to go into areas that we'd rather not go into true spirituality. The great spiritual people of history. will not necessarily overwhelmingly were not those who went to judge. Those who ransom, some carbonell codes, they were the ones that actually said, this is not right and I am going to do what I can to make a difference about it. On any call themselves spiritual. They didn't call themselves religious. They just did what they knew to be right there. The people that change things. Because they face head on what needs changing rather than trying to. Find an excuse not to go there. I'll give you an example just to quit low. Other. There's someone in Britain who Kind of. Claims to be part of the alternative media. But when the mass came in. Full Mandatory Nasty. Shops. They said that they had made a decision that they were going to wear a mask and chops up because they said they they didn't want old people to feel unsafe right? So you're listening to that and you say. Let me just rephrase. Translate that you wanted an excuse. Not. To. Disobey Authority. That's what you want until you you've come up with that. And this is what I made about finding an excuse not to do what you know to be right for me. Once you do this everything changes, everything everything changes not least because. As this takes you out there. At two levels of perception level of inside levels of awareness that on not within this bubble but well beyond the bubble you can. Observe this reality from. Outside this reality and so instead of within the bubble everything's random dauth. What's going on? You see the picture when you go into this expanded stated wins on, you know I'm not sitting on a mountain like the Buddha saying look you know I've found enlightenment. This is This is unnatural state. Is it okay for the Buddha to sit on the mountain? Is it okay for that? Yogi. To sit in the caves in the Himalayas is he may be doing his right action because I love what you're saying I. totally you're so totally congruent in what you're saying can people express that differently or is non action always an excuse but a bit of course they can. On I mean You well, but then again you know. When you take the story of the Buddha. Wasn't about known action..

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"icke" Discussed on Skeptiko - Science at the Tipping Point

Skeptiko - Science at the Tipping Point

09:20 min | 1 year ago

"icke" Discussed on Skeptiko - Science at the Tipping Point

"And it's like you're listening to the interview today. So many important. You know step by step how they're going to run it how they're gonNa do it in a let's give credit to Nicole Marie from the news for the souls show. If anyone wants to check out that interview they should. But here's the thing. Here's what concerns me a little bit David Ogden a ton of debunking of fake science on this show Yeah I've been at it for ten years you've been out for a hell of a lot longer because because you just do this stuff and I don't know how you keep your energy up in your workup but to me. and. I hesitate even say this because in some ways, this isn't even central to your thing but the when you say Let's get down to specifics when you say that they've never isolated the virus I wanna know what you really mean because when I look at the science behind it, I think they've isolated the virus I don't think that's the deal I think the deal is whether they engineered the virus in the first place and whether they already engineered the vaccine to it, which is. What you revealed in that two thousand, seven interview that Baxter labs in in the primarily in the prior case but in the so I'm sorry go ahead please tell me what you think. What will two things on the second point we agree. they have Already and I said this in an interview way back even before the lockdown kitchen. That's. The contents of the vaccine. The guys vaccine will already be in place because they played the hoax in part. To get a the the vaccine inside be man woman child on the planet which would. People's alarm bell go off with that immediately. But on the other side. That is not. A. Scientific paper. Or Scientific Study That has been revealed and I've been saying this and people like Dr Andrew Kaufman in America and others have been saying this for. Months now. That isolates the virus as a only in an of itself with no contamination. Whatsoever. and. We've now reached the point where people doing freedom of Information Act requests asking for. Government agencies to. Reveal any papers that do that and? They can't look I. think that's not even central to the most important part of which revealing. But like here's a paper in nature and when I look at fake science, they don't roll out fake science in nature usually because there's real labs, there's real people involved but here's where they you kind of lay out. Exactly. Yeah. So so so so this is what I would say to people. is to go to the videos of. Adult to Andrew Cohen who's been on this from the start And also look at those website it's that have gone to the studies themselves. They've gone to the scientists themselves. On data off the question. Did you purify the this virus? The answer is always no. And without that, you cannot. Say. That, you had a virus you have. Shown that virus exists on the other thing is you see? If you have a real virus. And you? You have a virus that is quote deadly. And you have a virus that he's Various sinister in terms of human health. Than what you what you don't have to do. Is Tell doctors to put covid nineteen deaths, tickets all over the world. When people have died of other things and you don't have to. Invoke finance incentives. In America. To get hospitals to diagnose respiratory symptoms as covid nineteen and not something else. What we also have is the Aussie PC test, which is not testing for a virus. When you've got people like carry Melissa invented the thing about Nobel prize for it saying that these this test should not be used to. Diagnose infectious disease and that's where the case is coming from I mean. If people read the answer and the two chapters I've done on this like I say quoting. Dr Virologists medical professionals etc. who you'll never see in the mainstream media. They'll see. The scale of the scam that's going on David I don't WanNa get too far in the weeds on this because the overall picture that you're painting in terms of the ability to shift the numbers, shift the deaths. The testing all that stuff I'm totally down without all the research I've done confirms that I just want to know if you're open to the possibility that. You know you mentioned the the the postulate that we can isolate the virus and test the virus, and are you open to the possibility that they have done that just like they did it with the SARS virus but I mean This is what they do all day long they do it for chickens they do it for cows for pigs, and they also do it for human beings. The isolate viruses, they culture them in labs and stuff. Best of all week we go to on this forever people should read the answer and look at the evidence put forward that which is immense. They should go to the videos of to Andrew Coltman I'm they should look at people challenging this and you'll see how they explain away this claim to have been isolated I mean if you're going back as many many people have now. To the original scientists who claimed to have isolated and purified the virus, and you're going to those that have produced these papers and you're asking them a simple question. Will you dealing with a purified isolated virus and they say, no, well, I mean you know. Where do you go from that? But no I hear you and I don't even want I don't want to hammer in anymore like I said, go to the answer read the book. There's tons of stuff on your website as well. It's great. Your time is limited. So you are the man on consciousness that's been the main focus of this show hundreds of interviews with some. Of the leading consciousness researchers on the frontier of that technology or that science I should say, but you take it at such a deeper level and you connected in some really important ways that I think are central to if you will the answer through all of us but where I wanted to start on the consciousness question is you really truly were one of the first people. To really blow the whistle on this fake. SCIENTIC understanding of consciousness and its insistence that we are biological robots in a meaningless universe, and we should accept are empty lives and just get on with it and I think that is one of the central central conspiracies to this whole thing and you've completely deconstructed that destroyed that from the very beginning do you WanNa talk about science has claimed that you are nothing? You are meaningless robot in a meaningless universe in how that fits into the overall plan the overall agenda. Well, two things first of all. If, we're talking about quote Kobe nineteen. I think there is a virus. But it's not fiscal virus. It's a mind bars. A mind perceptual virus and it's taken over voss ways of human rights, and that's what's driving this thing. On the other side, what you've just described is the foundation to mess you control. Without which maximum control happen. Because if you know. That you are in your true i. An expression of consciousness a point of attention with an infinite flow of consciousness. And you'll point of attention can be the size of a p or it can be infinite. It's just how Open a what level of consciousness you want choose to allow in? Then, there's no way that a handful of psychopaths and idiots, which is basically the combination that runs the world. Can. Impose themselves on your life in the way that you will acquiesce to whatever they tell you. You won't do it..

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"icke" Discussed on Skeptiko - Science at the Tipping Point

Skeptiko - Science at the Tipping Point

07:24 min | 1 year ago

"icke" Discussed on Skeptiko - Science at the Tipping Point

"Let them, shake their group think heads that you let them be ashamed of you embarrassed of you pissed off at you. They will call you names and you must let them let them cheer victim point that laugh be resistant to them. Mockery be the fodder for their jokes PM magnificent failure in there is a tiger does not lose sleep over their opinion of shape. Go ahead be the scar tissue of their worldview, their normality they will loathe you they will feel you. They'll wish they were you. That's dividend speaking to a huge crowd that gathered to see him at Wembley arena. That is before he was banned from Youtube and facebook for advocating nonviolence freedom of speech free thought and love your neighbor. Here he is in today's interview on skeptical talking about science in consciousness. You were one of the first people. To really blow the whistle on this fake scientific understanding of consciousness and its insistence that we are biological robots in meaningless universe and we should accept are empty lives and just get on with it. What you just described is the foundation to mess you control. Without which massive control Kennel happen. Because if you know. That you are in your true i. An expression of consciousness a point of attention with an infinite flow of consciousness. Than there's no way that a handful of psychopaths and idiots with basically the combination that runs the world. Can impose themselves on your life in the way that you will acquiesce to whatever they tell. You want to it. because. You know you are consciousness. You know you are an infinite expression of consciousness and that will never allow itself to be subjugated and intimidated into submission. Welcome to skeptic Oh, where we explore controversial science and spirituality with leading researchers, thinkers and critics I'm your host, Alex curious and. Every Year Time magazine. Publishes a list of the world's one hundred most influential people. Of course, it's Time magazine. So it's a farce but the professed criteria that the editors uses actually quite beautiful. Here's what they right They claim to look for people that in one way or another embody a breakthrough they broke the rules broke the record broke the silence, broke the boundaries to reveal what we are capable of. Boy Oh boy today's guest. David Ike. He's never appeared times list of the world's most one hundred influential people. Based on those criteria, he certainly should be. He should be one of those people that year after year is on that list. When you look at the amazing achievements of David Eick over his thirty year career, he would certainly fit those criteria. But Instead, we're faced with an ORWELLIAN banning on Youtube and facebook but the deep admiration appreciation respect of all of us who've benefited so much from truly one of the bravest thinkers of our time. David has a very important new book out called the answer. We're GONNA dive into that and hopefully talk about some other things. It's just a real pleasure to have you on David. Welcome. Thanks for being here. Thank you Alex. Shows on today for one reason, I'm not in mourning. The only color that won't show me Pouring the sweats out. Because, we're going through A. A real heat wave in written at the moment and My My lighting system. Is. The window. So. It's it's all in there but. It's A modern isn't it? Hey Dignity Rolling out this new book. There's a ton of buzz about it. It's. It. Couldn't have been a prophecy. I don't know how you did. It. Tell people about the answer which you're trying to get across and what's it about? Well. You talk about a prophecy but synchronicity as been remarkable because I started writing the answer. In in October twenty nineteen. I'm we came up with the title, the and circus. That's basically what the whole books about. And we decided publication date, which is now. And then I wrote eighty five percent to the book. And I was just out rounding off the end and Bang then came. The the pandemic. Hoax. as I show in the book, totally hoax and I. watched. Over the months that followed the The. I eighty five percents of the book where I said this is what the plan is. They WanNa take humanity unfold before me is And that period also gave me the opportunity to take apart the The official Quote Virus Narrative, with. People would depend to do their own research until two doctors and biologists and other medical professionals who would never get on CNN. OR MSNBC. THE BBC They would realize that this narrative. Coming out to the World Health Organization of being defended by Silicon Valley in the mainstream media. is so nonsensical it so unsupportable by the facts. On. This is the point of the, Censorship That the only way, you can protect it from being dismantled is by censoring those who are seeking to do that. So this is where the censorship they stereo of censorship through Silicon Valley, the mainstream media has come from tickly Silicon Valley these days it's not. Primarily being done. Because Oh look look at the Powell we have. We all got a sense. They've got no choice. They have no choice but to censor because unless they do their official narrative will be in. Pieces on the floor, can I ask you a couple of questions here because I know that this is Man I am so with you in terms of what you've revealed and what you've told us about the plan domestic and how it fits into this overall plan. Any talk about prophetic? It's unbelievable. I listened to an interview you gave in two thousand seven when.

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"icke" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

08:22 min | 2 years ago

"icke" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Father's Day. Thank you, Commissioner Icke. For more information, please go to Minnesota military radio dot com. Joining me now all the way from Coit. We have our red bull four th infantry soldiers over there. And they've been deployed for most of the year. They're preparing to pack up and come home. So they're coming down to the end of the deployment, we wanted to talk today, about some unusual things that are going on the base. Joining me knows Holly cofer, who's a civilian over in quite with our thirty fourth infantry division rebels Holly. Welcome to Minnesota military radio. Thank you for having me, lowly understand. You're part of the US. Ol-. I am. I've been a part of the USO for about six years now. But this is my first time and south West Asia. Did you get involved with the USO I started as a volunteer? It was a way to on our my family who's been serving in the military for generations. So started that route back in North Carolina. And how did this opportunity come about to go to Kwait and support our soldiers? It's something I've wanted to do for a while. I enjoyed my time with my stateside USO, but it had been just under six years of always, I was in a Marine Corps community. So it was just under six years, sending marines, and sailors overseas and supporting their families while they're gone. And I just felt like it was time to see the other side to truly. Well, I you know, I'm not going to get a full experience of what the dealing with because I'm not out there in the field where they are. But I can get a better idea of what all the service members are going through being over here with them, and learn how to support them better. Ali last time I was over there, there was a USO tent. There was air conditioned head some facilities there. Can you tell us about what you provide for our soldiers while they're deployed? So we are a home away from home, and we here for them. So every USO offers some some key, thanks. We have free wifi. We have lounge areas we have free coffee snacks. We have a movie room here at camp air, John, we also have a wreck room. We have phones that they can call home for free, and they literally pick up the phone and dials, just like they're at home, and we have free access to computers, and we offer programs, try to offer a program every day. It's just a morale-boosting activity something to take their mind off off, what they're doing and their daily jobs. So my guess is a lot of soldiers stop into the USO facility everyday. They do. So here at air Sean, we average about a thousand visitors day. We're one of the busiest USO's in the region. And that's because John serves as the gateway to the theatre hours over there. We're open to service members from ten until zero two but the staff we actually are here from zero seven until zero two. So a lot of hours every day. And they can stop in and find some cool water get line and call home occasionally. And in the like you say home away from home. It is and where we're happy to do it. It's, it's honestly, a privilege to be out here. And I've had fun doing it. It's only been about four months, but it's been a blast in long. Did you sign up for? So to join the USO southwest Asia team each employee signs initially for a year. And then you have the option of renewing at six month intervals, so it really depends on the person. And if and when they to go home. Very good. And I want to thank you for volunteering and providing great services to our soldiers. I understand. We've got another special soldier, right there with specialist. Ashley Everett, Ashley Wilkin Minnesota radio. All right. Thank you. Can you tell us what you what your position? What do you do with the rebels in quick? I am a ninety two gulfs. I'm Kaleri specialist in your from right here in the twin cities. Yep. Born and raised. Okay. I think most of our listeners wouldn't think that, while you're deployed to Kwait and you've got a job to do, and you're living in the desert, and you're doing all these things that might be surprised that you have an opportunity to volunteer. Yeah, my spend on extra free time around here. So I try to keep busy. It's one of the things you're doing volunteering with the USO. Yep. And how many hours have you done that? And what type of work do you do over there while you're hearing? I von I heard on tearing about the first month, I was here. And I did two hundred hours within the first month and then. There is a service ribbon. You can get a five hundred hours so I've been going for that. And I have about seventy hours left until I reach that goal or you're gonna make it. Hopefully. I hope so. Weeks left. So it should be good. We're speaking with thirty fourth division, rebel soldiers from Coit Minnesota military radio and certain specialists Everett. What are your plan? Are you getting excited about coming home things are winding down or starting to pack? Yes, I'm very nervous, though. There's a lot to deal with go home. But I'm very excited to go home and see my family, and what are your plans when you do come home? Go back to work and see my husband and my dogs, and I know minimum really misses me. So I'm excited for all that. So you get to really get reacquainted with your family and go back. Did you work at the post office? Is that right? No. I work at the coupe and sell Saint Paul. Okay, which you have interested in working for the post office. Yes that is my goal I applied there. So hopefully I'll get that job. Once I get home, very good note, this USO volunteerism that you're doing over there is that going to carry over when you come home. Yeah. Actually have an interest in applying once my contract with the military's up. So I'm going to stay busy and see if there's anything I can do once. I'm home to support the USO. So you're little bit under the influence, Holly cofer. Because you like what she's doing and you go back and help, I would guess. Yeah, I love it. It's really inspiring Hollywood. Have you done to this young specialist? An absolute treasure. She does a lot here for the team and we could not function without volunteers. We are nonprofit so we relied very heavily on them in the fact that they're doing their job and volunteering their off time says a lot about the Ashley any other has people in Solters. Nobody soldiers besides Ashley, volunteer with the USO. That number fluctuates, I would say between forty and forty five at the moment. But it does fluctuate depending on the rotation and what what everyone's doing mother here while they're void. I guess a big part of what you do at the US is the to help with morale and make sure that they can get those calls home. And, and as you say, have that home away from. It is. It's, it's really an honor to be here to take care of these men and women. The specialists ever want to congratulate you on your volunteerism over in the desert. Hope the rest of the deployment goes, well and goes quickly and the five hundred hours so that you can get that award. Thank you very much. All right. We're speaking to thirty four infantry. Red bull soldiers from Kwait on Minnesota military radio. We have to take a short break when we come back, we're going to talk to another one of them and fill in a little more about some other volunteer opportunities over in, in quite this is Minnesota military radio. Please stay with us. We'll be right back..

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"icke" Discussed on The Confessionals

The Confessionals

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"icke" Discussed on The Confessionals

"Underneath the door curl up to grab it. And then disappeared. When he came over to me. Dude. He slithered over to. This giant comes out of the cave with all frozen. Pretty starts running firing at the giants. The giant moon. Running really fast. It's fears, then like this. Else. Shoot him shoot him in the face. It basically potato. Got about fifteen yards. Wait. For my bloated up. Something at my leg, and I look over there are two mall, gray. And they're literally getting pulled off that reached my hand as Bush, and I couldn't breathe couldn't move, because I know see come on Stor. Yup. Welcome to the show, everybody. You're listening to the confessionals. I'm your host, Tony Merckel..

"icke" Discussed on Citation Needed

Citation Needed

05:30 min | 3 years ago

"icke" Discussed on Citation Needed

"Information. I hate that my life has to include knowing that this exists. My life includes multiple failed attempts to convince relatives that does. I feel like I win. I defined winning. Harding and not shitting. For me personally, I didn't wanna tell. So in this case, it was the spirit realm telling David Ike that he was the son of the God head or son of the infinite mind is just the Spiro without a GED. Yup. So obviously that meant it was time to wear nothing but turquoise, including, hey, turquoise shell suit because get more positive energy with that color, and you're gonna want a good amount of positive energy when you're the son of the God head, obviously. So okay, answer even one person ever who's like, you know what? I'm just wearing one color all the time. They'll like wasn't absolutely fucking bunker room. Easiest crazy person tells like, okay, I have two pair and you have only turquoise, okay. Yeah, I'm gonna go with everything on your fucking crazy. Also have a little trouble reconciling the magical properties of -til with a quarter century of being a Jaguar's fan. All right. So now it's March of nineteen Ninety-one. And I saw hopped up on the color turquoise and he decides the green party thing isn't working out for him. Pretty sure there was a big fight about switching the name to the blue green party and party. Because it sounds like the kind of thing, the green party. I don't think it's a stretch to call the green part of the aqua party for the elections. They sank. Yes. Said to me. So I called a big press conference at this point to announce that he's resigning from his post as their spokesman explaining that he's about to be at the center of tremendous controversy at which point there was a standing ovation. Amazing. They were going to cheer no matter what when they realized they weren't being represented by a guy in Turkey shell suit anymore. Okay. I feel like big press conference might be a bit of an exaggeration, like big press conference for the green party. David ikin. That's it. Well, then a week later, he held another press conference and announced to the world that he's the son of the God head. He also made a list of prophecies during that press conference. He said, the world's going to end in nineteen Ninety-seven. We'll just keep track of his score here. That's for one. There's going to be a hurricane around the Gulf of Mexico. Nailed that never happens for two. There's going to be disruption in China. The verb disrupt happened there somewhere. Nailed it again. Los Angeles will become an island to for four class of Kent will be underwater by Christmas call that two for five. And finally, New Zealand will disappear. And that was not clear. Maybe they came back. We don't know. We'll say still two for five. I'll give him a base on balls for that one. Two, five, though, not great for the son of the God head, but not bad, not bad for baseball. First time I will well, and he didn't say which Christmas on the cliffs. So maybe we give them to maybe it's too. I wanna know why is the press continue to show up at these conferences like. Just call a press conference because if so, I have a lot of things to get off my chest. Making England, Tom, it's the size of postage. So the big publicity stunt got David Eick invited onto a long list of TV and radio shows, and that includes a now infamous interview that he did with Terry woken in April of nineteen ninety. One. This is the greatest watch this video and it did not go well for David Ike. For example, the very first thing that happens. David exe tire life. The. The son of the God head walked onto the set of this show and almost chokes to death on a cookie. He way way way. Wait buck in wait who the fuck runs a talk show and provides cookies to guess, right. What are you give the milk in a bid handful of bucket chewing. Yeah, it's almost like sane. People would not have to be told not to eat car MOS while they're recording. A podcast were a gift from me.

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"icke" Discussed on Citation Needed

Citation Needed

05:01 min | 3 years ago

"icke" Discussed on Citation Needed

"Next. So he looks the book and he decides to set up an appointment with Betty shine to psychically fix his arthritis. Right picks up the Koran. I o the the one to the right of the book I choose. Okay. This magic aforce. This love magical forces after resort to like ultimately mundane actions to reach a desired effect. Can't just fuck. It catches fucking lift. The book up plays sit in your lap. That's too easy. Man come on. This is like the divine intervention equivalent of your alphabet soup, like spelling out allies notes. In soup one time. Belling about is fine of commas along the rim of the. Those, okay. So I visited Betty shine four times. And during the third meeting, he felt us spider web on his face God, which was either. Spiderweb left and right. The ringtone of a guy named Wang, Ye Li calling from the spirit. Turns out it was the ladder Asian guy. Yeah, wanna Wang slaps across the face. You listen. Mr Wang had a very important message for David Eick watch out for spider web. But here's the thing only Betty shine could hear the message. She was nice enough to relate the information for a small fee. So according to Mr Wang silent, quote that only Betty shine could hear you. Earth from something, I guess not clear, but spoiler ice going to land on Jewish people. You come famous but face opposition, the spirit world will pass ideas to you and you'll speak about those ideas to others. You'll write five books in three years, and in twenty years, a new flying machine would allow us to go wherever we wanted. Probably talking about the airplane of twenty ten at that. Continuing time, we'll have no meaning, and there's going to be earthquakes in unusual places because the inner earth is being destabilized by having oil taken from the seabed out and silent. Flang saying. In the spirit world. Okay. To give Mr. Wang's credit twenty years was a great bet on figuring out that literally anything is better than flying. On him, and there's only about twelve thousand quakes year. So it's like a quarter million earthquakes in twenty years and one in unusual place. That's clearly. I mean come on clear. Yeah, I love this fucking idiotic vision of the earth, like the average oil. Well, at that time was like a Coloma ter-. Right? So the enters the. Shake off the service, but not to stuff that was ninety nine point nine eight, four, three. Oh, four percent of the way to the zesty doubt the water in at the nickel iron gun mad about that, though. They could. Also included in the prophecy. You will smell burnt toast in the left side of your body. We'll go. Your grandchildren will say they're going to visit, but they never will. Yes, the the message from the Asian stereotype mute guy had a big impact on David Eick and you'll remember from the beginning, we mentioned that he's a highly ranked -til enthusiast. Right? I thought that was just like a ranking you had in your head like the races. I can have both were one of those zero, you know? Well, this is the time in David ice life that he calls the turquoise period fan. It started when he got another message from the doctor. If you have a turquoise period, that's not okay. That is not okay. Turquoise period. Everybody's got their tastes. So this. This time, Robin late, an egg a horseshoe. Speaking of turquoise menstrual blood, got this from Spiro other message. Nailed him in the form of automatic writing in which you put a pen in your hand, Todd zoo viewer hand around near paper. It's regulated Washington you, but you information.

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"icke" Discussed on $hit Could Be Worse

$hit Could Be Worse

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"icke" Discussed on $hit Could Be Worse

"Also hate being outside but if i'm by myself like fucking who cares why did he ping ping in foreign places or objects cups too i i hate when i go to the doctor i literally i'm like oh you take my blood and they're like i'm like i'm dead serious right now you have a fear of being in cups i hate it why gets a key out of some of the things that i've made you do there's and you don't want to coast very few things that i find icke and i just don't want to i hate that word achey achey can't he would you who would you bring i've no fucking everything about myself you guys are fucking he's like fully slow of alan it'd probably be like my dad yeah your dad's yeah and then fucking oh man maybe we should maybe that's just pick like girls and then we could just have sex to we down the island that'd be fine i might recant my thing and eric sunburn just take erica into other chicks and then we'll fucking just we'll have a threesome till we die for some person mccain count so it's got to be a referee bring i'd probably bring my dog because i can't be away from her from with unless you just want a strand everything oh a die i need the things i love around oh my god you're gonna have to eat your dole absolutely not let her eat me fringe friday a heartbeat if it came to because he knows that i love him and he knows that he would keep me alive i could never i would i would let fini eat me before.

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"icke" Discussed on Selfie with Kristen Howerton and Sarah James

Selfie with Kristen Howerton and Sarah James

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"icke" Discussed on Selfie with Kristen Howerton and Sarah James

"Yeah i think that's kind of writing that's icke but i also think because you have this opportunity you should take it but it's not that it's not about making everything look certain nothing's gonna look different at all no no i don't think so no i interesting i would like to know the science of it and how a laser can cause tightening i the muscle very interested yeah you gotta do it i mean come on now you have to do it because we're all wondering we'll wait we'll see i'm gonna go for the call insult and i you know we'll see we'll see things i do the things i do i know gosh taking the heat for all of us aren't you literally taking the heat okay we'll so let's talk in the same area i dying to hear about this whole livia thing which i you just briefly told me a paragraph about it yesterday so tell all okay so livia not a sponsor i'm actually talking about it because i used it so i have i have pretty bad cramps we've talked about this before i had cramps is a teenager and then i had kids and they were kind of mild and they have come back with a vengeance every month period ramps so when i heard about this thing i was like i gotta try this so livia is it's really actually kind of hard to explain so it is the technical what it technically.

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"icke" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

Almost 30 Podcast

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"icke" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

"Like i need help or i need a mentor and wait you don't realize is that there is power in your network but the only way you're going to tap into it is actually by starting to connect them or mentoring them find you'll just grow your network that way and then the opportunities will come back to you and see who in your life is doing cool stuff that you can get involved with it's again i think we all you know i'm not motivated i wanna do side hustle but maybe there's somebody you know who is doing thing that's interesting to you and you can now help them it's going to be a lot easier than us starting something from scratch completely had he made networking not icke like how do you make like fun yeah so gosh i mean i wrote a whole article about this for well and good i know get the bullets out there yeah let me just look that up real quickly yeah i mean my my number one rule again is asking people ought of questions as opposed to talking about yourself and seeing who in your life that you can recommend to connect with them on there is adequate to that i'm you should always ask permission of the person that you would like to connect to make sure that they wanna actually be introduced and then when you do make that introduction being very clear about why you're making the introduction on so that's you know you walk into it looking about not how can i network and get something out of it but how can i connect other people talking about things that you're really excited about so instead of here's what i do for a living but here's what i'm working on that i'm really excited about and your passion will show through you know and if you're not passionate about what you do that sort of goes back to who can you get involved with.

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"icke" Discussed on Is It Transphobic Podcast

Is It Transphobic Podcast

02:27 min | 4 years ago

"icke" Discussed on Is It Transphobic Podcast

"Exploitative or like um yet so it doesn't it doesn't feel kind of icke and and i had a kind like kind of worry of like oh you know this is in a trance story but it is in a way an and dislike presentation an expression that whole idea being the main sort of focus on them i was just it you know i was like a little worried being a transbourse that i think me an in armenian and mayfield who is our assistant cragg refer um we are the only trans people um i think i hope i'm not if someone else's listed egg from the show who is reds at items as our but you know like be us being kind of the um the transvaal and on the team um i don't know i i was a little bit worried but i don't feel that way anymore after working on it our director at ian walker is incredible and very has like a very heightened sort of sentence of that sort of thing what do you think electrolyte dress i admittedly our we'll have to see it staged bs pages stages always little differences but dumb based on what i've read i would say no um it's not transphobic i think there is a certain extent that with any peace that is dealing with gender play in gender expression uh particularly because of the way that people gender as a like oh i only noticed it when it's trans people or when people are moving against what a social norm for gender use uh there's an extent that bb some people may be one or two may miss the message button that's true of any peace that isn't immediately like hammering it into someone's skull what the point is i think it's a really nuanced peace and for that i really enjoy it uh and so on that note no i don't think it's transphobic but there's always there will always be that in every piece it's either not enough for it's too much and i think this does really good job balancing that but at the same time yeah like you know it's definitely not transphobic that's yet that the academy club the philadelphia no and i think that i think that it's a.

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"icke" Discussed on Wells Adams and Brandi Cyrus's show

Wells Adams and Brandi Cyrus's show

02:22 min | 4 years ago

"icke" Discussed on Wells Adams and Brandi Cyrus's show

"No they were already going to accord shirt you told me every was coming over to check out a were and tell you just lem me they work oh but i also on that i like other your of your friends were coming well i kinda told them man no one knows best three hanging out great drinking booths people's income over don't even iran eight taylor is here those are great glass lay are were they cover ethnically well yeah i just got liberate felt icke icke taylor said and i really hirszon that like never wears makeup hair she's were was annoyed who're like never wears makeup never washes their hair dozen word the illiterate and his dislike hey deodorant nausea answer okay i don't think it's empty per sprint is that the same thing grab a microphone now you gotta talking talking to that one how fans is this little little rig really fancy homeless is like a door of you i i do hey i would really be but now a lot of things about it right now they effects like all these wires right now i got new cable because f comcast like they're the watterson a guy at t and he just there's sony cables unlike we got like a little time violence lee you one of these days all the time all behind the tvsi now we've also helping because israeli handy i am really delighted in now i am very handy while the definitely documentary here to help me with house stuff why have you seen all of that i've done not on your house like here like i i built my my headboard you did that its greatest ideas on the path of it to isis of and i did carpentry aren't they like heavier than you love to hammer just because i'm this letter doesn't mean a not muscular man terry you are the same body type okay let's his company breaks o k can you open up pickles jr is the route bus just hill is probably stronger than you act out definitely death for that day i mean i am like partially may not a titanium sow chaos your backs all messed up right at.

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"icke" Discussed on Janet Lansbury Podcast

Janet Lansbury Podcast

01:31 min | 4 years ago

"icke" Discussed on Janet Lansbury Podcast

"Enjoyed my on thumb until around the age of 10 or eleven in my mother tried everything to get me to stop for example putting icke tastes things on my thumb and what happened was i needed to decide that i was done and once i did that than i was done and i was lucky it didn't affect my teeth i know that that happens to some children but what i noticed is that and this kind of goes along with a lethal saulters work on what she calls control patterns control patterns or what children use themselves to suppress a motion so in the beginning with an infant an infant is not trying to suppress their emotion when they put their thumbing their mouth they're just fueling the need to suck but if emotions aren't generally encouraged and it's very hard to encourage abotions with the baby because you know usually when they cry we feel like we need to do something to fix it and sometimes that's valid because crying is about hunger it's about pain sometimes it's certainly about tiredness and children do need our help to get them to a cosy bed and you know create a peaceful environment for them or to feed them obviously or take care of pain that they might have as best we can but there are also instances where infants do need to cry they just need to express the feelings and that can be tiredness actually it.

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"icke" Discussed on Janet Lansbury Podcast

Janet Lansbury Podcast

01:31 min | 4 years ago

"icke" Discussed on Janet Lansbury Podcast

"Enjoyed my on thumb until around the age of 10 or eleven in my mother tried everything to get me to stop for example putting icke tastes things on my thumb and what happened was i needed to decide that i was done and once i did that than i was done and i was lucky it didn't affect my teeth i know that that happens to some children but what i noticed is that and this kind of goes along with a lethal saulters work on what she calls control patterns control patterns or what children use themselves to suppress a motion so in the beginning with an infant an infant is not trying to suppress their emotion when they put their thumbing their mouth they're just fueling the need to suck but if emotions aren't generally encouraged and it's very hard to encourage abotions with the baby because you know usually when they cry we feel like we need to do something to fix it and sometimes that's valid because crying is about hunger it's about pain sometimes it's certainly about tiredness and children do need our help to get them to a cosy bed and you know create a peaceful environment for them or to feed them obviously or take care of pain that they might have as best we can but there are also instances where infants do need to cry they just need to express the feelings and that can be tiredness actually it.

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