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"joel rich" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:42 min | Last month

"joel rich" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Donald Trump. He had AH, Donald Trump. Victory is based on what he does speech wise regarding Corbett. He's coming. Thankyou, Joel Rich, You've got 15 seconds of fame. Anyone got position, So the bigger problem is the FBI, CIA and those of the rial culprit here. What they do is they control the politician with all the pictures and all the candles at all the money. Fair enough friends will have to leave it there. Hey, have a great weekend, Everybody. I'll be back at 10 am Listen at WNBC radio dot com Click 1071, and then I'll be back here on Monday when I am Frank Moreno. Good day. 1071. W L I R Hampton Bays and 77. W D. C New York talk radio news now doing town holes. I'm Carmen Roberts, Fox News President Trump and Democratic challenger Joe Biden took to the stage separately last night into town halls at the same time. The strongest economy in the world. We closed it up way are coming around the corner. Vaccines are coming out soon and our economy is strong. The GDP will grow by a trillion dollars Maurine the wood under trump and seven million more jobs and under Trump the dueling events likely giving some Americans whiplash as they tried to watch and listen to the two candidates. NBC's Savannah Guthrie questioning the president in Miami, they tried to take down a duly elected city president. And then they talk about when you accept a.

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"joel rich" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

06:53 min | 7 months ago

"joel rich" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"All the only thing she could have done was go to the press and she chose not to do it out of respect for him back in the old days are lurking would just take phone calls and then this this woman called and said Hey my daughter worked in Washington DC and had a powerful Boston how should she handle this and he gave her a little one non helpful advice and and then that was that but there there is audio of that and there's been confirmed I guess that that is her mom called into the show from St Louis Obispo California asking for advice on what to do on Monday though yesterday another shoe dropping Joel rich McCue of business insider got another two people on the record who remembered read telling them in the mid nineties over alleged assault Linda Lucassen former night by the way this is way more than they ever had on the capital accusers no yeah I still think this is flimsy and you don't ruin a man's life over it but this is way more detail but my hand on the catalog users they got another two people on the record who remembered read telling them in the mid nineties over alleged assault Lyndall Acosta former neighbor of reads and Moro bay California said this happened and I know it because I remember talking to her about it and Lorraine Sanchez who's well known in California politics a former coworker of reads in the state Senate remembered read saying she had been sexually harassed by a former boss while she was in DC although you know there is a long distance from I was sexually harassed by a former Boston DC fried Joe Biden you know a committed a crime against me well in the mom with the my daughter had an issue and she couldn't get through I mean this isn't what gives us nothing this isn't cool and I'm not and I'm not happy that I think it's true but how many women who have ever worked in DC were sexually harassed by their boss all of them I guarantee it's over well I can't guarantee anything but I would certainly assume it's over half that would fall under the definition of sexual harassment I wouldn't be surprised it's not like eighty ninety percent specially if you go back over the years all my goodness yeah yeah twenty five thirty years ago back in the day what was the likelihood is a young woman in DC you escaped not being sexually harassed by your boss as a double negative escaped but that's not a good thing I'm not happy about that I just think yeah not only that with the culture of course yeah so her saying yeah I had a boss in DC who sexually harass me I don't know if that gets to Biden specifically now what Mike has thus far been able to avoid addressing Reid's allegation himself in part because he's campaigning from his basement empire and also in part because the few news outlets the team is granted interviews to in recent days have not ask him about it so he's not being hounded you know they'll add it in the way it would happen if he were a Republican you'd want to talk about the corona virus or the economy or something else wouldn't make any difference first question would be about terror Reid second question me about terror read last question would be about Terry no matter what you wanted to talk about let me hit you with a little bit of this editorial from the National Review which I think is terrific we know that the any goes they go into the the accusations and we don't know what happened but we do know by contrast that the double standard that's been exhibited by Biden's campaign by the political press in tandem is a national disgrace they get into either there's due process or not during the summer of twenty eighteen with Brett Kavanaugh under national spotlight Biden was unequivocal in his demand that Americans must believe women as a matter of unwavering reflex quote for a woman to come forward in the glaring lights of focus nationally you've got to start off with the presumption that at least the essence of what she's talking about Israel whether or not she forgets facts whether or not it's been made worse or better over time that he is the the you know what goes on in that vein the and it calls the whole Cavanaugh the incident the nadir of American journalism the low point of modern American journalism I think they're absolutely right it was it was inexcusable was horrific and and yet the bubble that is Manhattan and DC journalism just congratulated each other on the basis of wildly wildly irresponsible coverage the nadir of journalism so you got some tight competition these last several years there the the current and high school kids I think that one was pretty bad that's that's a very good point yeah they help armada dispatch good finishes up and they they do not like Donald Trump all day that the dispatcher it's difficult to see a Republican nominee for president accused of sexual assault receiving the hands off media treatment Biden has been getting over the past month unfortunately for the trump campaign they can't press the issue really because Donald Trump himself has been accused of sexual harassment in public by at least seventeen women so it does make it more difficult for that for trump to push the issue but the media could certainly dig into it if they wanted to and I just don't want to although some you know I am definitely in the camp of two wrongs don't make a right just because the whole Cavanaugh thing was horrible doing a horrible job again would not be a win for anybody and I'll never have any idea what happened with Biden and this woman by now yeah my my only messages understand what you're dealing with with mainstream journalism they are wildly biased they are untethered to any sort of moral guidance and they just know they do what they do it's hard to imagine being a senator in Washington DC from the age of twenty nine he's been a you know a political animal around there for all these years you almost eighty years old he was single during a lot of that and and this is the only story that's out there if he's in that kind of guy yeah well I will have to see on the other hand well the specifics of what was alleged are are terrible I mean they're way way way way over the line once a crime certainly current yeah absolutely but you know just the garden variety look good today I mean this is just got to put it down to the times on the side of the guys a better president than the other guy and quit obsessing over it hash tag Biden body count hashtag yeah what happened to her mom right now there are over by bus with the old white haired guy driving that's what happened I don't know but I apologize for that hello I was just about to hit little we got to dig into the UFOs we obviously more have more economic stuff more is more so more economic intercourse stuff we have more of we're going to have that click around can we get aware that out we're gonna have you had traveled bands are going to not be able to do have economic intercourse around economic intercourse that's right we got plenty of us stories about that we're not gonna do have come on well the way.

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"joel rich" Discussed on The Good Life with Stevie & Sazan

The Good Life with Stevie & Sazan

12:06 min | 8 months ago

"joel rich" Discussed on The Good Life with Stevie & Sazan

"They have so many challenges and trainers on there and literally some of the best programs so if you guys are at home and you just WanNa stay active not just for physical reasons but for mental. I will tell you right now. Mentally workouts do so much for me. you guys have to check them out because you've got nothing to lose all you gotTa do is text. Zahn TO THIRTY THIRTY THIRTY. And they're gonNA give you more info enjoy. I'm GonNa say this ought going to be super super honest about saying this when you met me says I was a virgin right and I wasn't like this completely innocent person. It's not like I hadn't had any experience or anything but I was a virgin. You know and I felt like that was just that was sacred to me that I wanted to share that with one person with my wife right and I think that you know guys the problem lies in because there's people listening to this show right now who have different beliefs than I have. You know and I do believe that. That one thing should be sager between a man and his wife But I think that guy's the problem lies in when you meet a guy who is pursuing your body before he pursues your heart And so it's it's easy to say like all those people who talk about. Oh yeah like don't have sex before marriage. That's a lot easier said than done because when you're in love with somebody in your attracted to them. I mean that's a natural part of relationship in your marriage it's like you got a bump and grind. You know what I mean but at the same time I advise people I advise people. Yo to wait. Until you're married with that person to keep it sacred because it becomes sacred and it becomes a sacred bond between you and that person that has not been I think tampered with by by anyone else and so I'm happy that I only share that with you babe but I think that when when you're thinking about guys talking about guys only want some will the guys who only want some that are only pursuing that before they pursue your heart are the guys who are not going to pursue your heart usually so you need to be looking for if you're encountering men you need to be looking for guys who actually want to pursue your heart and your affection before they perceive and that's not a clash of just come later. It should just come later and you'll know off the Bat. I think if a guy's intention is more physical attraction instead of getting to know you attraction and it's just a turn off I think for any woman regardless of your beliefs is like when you meet somebody you don't WanNa feel like a piece of meat where this guy is just kind of making you feel uncomfortable. And that's not where you find. Your worth is in the way that a man looks at you in that way you know and I think it's important to protect that in to you know. Give that to the right person at the right time and so I think patience is a virtue and if the guy is the one or vice versa than you will wait you know and saving. I can definitely testify to that. It was worth though way too. Just said this next question is from one of the homeys and it's not about being their pockets. Romi this is from Joel Rich. And he says for the most part ladies like it when a guy takes it slow in their pursuit says say it again. He said for the most part ladies like it. This is his assumption. That lady's like it when a guy takes it slow in their pursuit. What you have to say that being a lady and just about what we just talked about. I depends on the pace of how slow. We're talking because Sloan is I mean. 'cause here's the thing. Slowness can also come off as a little bit of laziness like lack of attentiveness There's difference between. Hey we're gonNA take our time on this but that doesn't mean that you're going to lack in actually actively feeding the relationship because there's so much in that beginning stage you gotta get to know each other there's so many elements and things so. I mean I think it's Kinda Ri- right. I think I gotTa Tell Ya. Oh shoot yeah started dating guys. This chick was the type of person who was like. Oh God was he about just like I remember when we first started dating one time. I didn't have my phone for a few hours because this is before people were super on their phones and I had it. I was like out doing stuff and you call me a few times so I called you back and you were like where have you been and I was like what you like. I've been calling you for three hours. Unit answer your phone. Why are you ignoring me and I was like? What are you talking about girl now? Just all that to say like your personality was like you know like you just said like. Don't take it too slow. Homey like real about that too. I'll tell you all the reason and I don't do that nowadays right because Stevie and I it was a miscommunication but I'll tell you why I did that. I did a lot of things like that. And you had your fair share of stuff. It's like in the beginning. You know when you meet somebody like for me. I hadn't really taken a a huge time out for my last relationship when I met. Stevie I was the renowned. Let's say you were the perfect. Rebound we revalue the pure rebound You know so sometimes the remnants of your past relationship instantly kind of become the way that you are in the next relationship in beginning phases and most guys or girls will see that behavior. And it's like you're just picking back up where you left off with your frustrations and anger with your pass relationship in that person. Usually like it turns them away and they walk away and it just it. It's a turn off really and so it's so important to check yourself before you wreck yourself in the next relationship and I didn't do that clearly and because. Tv is a godsend and he has so much patience he actually made it known to me in a very respectful way. Like hey you don't ever have to call me and assume that or worry about that like I was just you had been working at home depot all day. You know what I mean like. The reason I was that way was because yeah in in the in the previous relationship there was a lot of that not hearing from each other and it was a long distance relationship. So imagine that factor so I was very insecure in that way and and the way that you addressed it in the beginning it's like we nipped it and we moved on from it and we were able to just like forgive each other for it and move on like you're gonNA see little warning signs in the beginning when you're dating somebody that you might be like. Oh God just did that or she just did that and that was so annoying. Like I don't think I could but I think when the foundational stuff is there in that person's heart is in the right place. You can work around anything all those little fluffy annoyances those little psychotic little breakdowns. Like those are things through good communication. You can work three. Also the biggest sign is like if someone's willing to listen to you and like have good conversation communication. I think 'cause like I remember. I said he was like why. Would you assume that I'm ignoring you? When when when have I ever done that? Were like well. You didn't call me for three hours. I said because I was busy said but I would never intentionally ignore you and you said and we got down to it and you said you know in my last relationship. That happened a lot. I was ignored and I said says I will not ignore it. I said I won't do that. You don't have to call me and blasts me but to your credit babe like you took something that was a wound from your past and you were. You STOPPED BEING DEFENSIVE. At some point you listen to what I had to said and then to your credit. You're like okay. Yeah like it's time to bandage this up right. You were like I don't. I don't have to take these old wounds or habits into my new relationship and when you were also able to listen to that because I was like dangling need to chill when you're listening I was like Oh that's what she learned. You taught me how to listen. Listening is the hardest form of communication. It really is especially when you there's emotional things and feelings involved when you're talking to somebody all you're doing is thinking about your perspective on something and you're just like ready to retaliate to whatever that person says at some point you've got to just allow yourself to just completely breakdown in listen and when you listen the other person also should reciprocate that and together you guys understand like wow. Communication is more than just verbal retaliations. It's actually listening and respecting the other person's time to speak and that really was something that we had to work through early on because I remember that man those okay. Let's move on all right so this next one actually wanted to read to buy you already red wine but I want to read this to you. Can't find say from girl and it says that men don't listen or that they don't want girls or that they want girls to keep it brief. Okay can I say something about this real quick I with okay? Let me ask you a question. Babe you're going to say. No no no let me ask you a question am I. Am I a good listener. Like one hundred percent on us. You are one hundred percent good listener at times. That gets taken advantage focused. Okay like last week when I was in Dallas when I called you do you remember you. Were like Hey. I just had a long day at the house. I just sat down for dinner and I go in for twenty minutes talking about this really cool creative idea I got you. Let Me Finish. And then at the end of the twenty minutes ago. Hey Babe I just. I'm trying to eat my dinner right now. Can I call you back later? I was like Oh my God. Have I literally been running my mouth for twenty minutes? I actually felt bad about that though. I I needed to say that but I also feel bad about it because I didn't. I didn't want you to feel like I didn't want to hear your idea. You know what I mean and I knew that it was important to you in the moment but you know what I mean. So I wasn't I felt bags is like I hope. She doesn't think that I don't feel like what she was saying was important. It was just that like when you called. I was eating dinner and I was just sitting down and it wasn't the right timing to to to do that and I wasn't able to tell you like hey can. Can I just like do this when you talk about this later? But I've told you before like we've been talking like I think sometimes guys like we get flustered by too much communication like I know a lot of guys including myself where it's like. Yeah I'm a good listener but if there is like if we're maybe having an argument or or you WanNa tell me something that's intense like like it's not that you can't express how you feel but I told you before I'm like sometimes I need you to keep it condensed because I need to take the real like meat and potatoes from the argument and just take that information and all the other fluff like. I don't need that because like jaffer the S. right by the end of the sometimes sometimes by the end of the conversation a bit of an assumption and I'm GonNa say that men are like that too because we know guys in our life who go on and on and on they can and talk and talk and the other person's time gets taken advantage of and their feelings and emotions get taken advantage. I mean there's guys out there that are overly talkative and emotional and and I think it's it's okay to to feel comfortable relationship where you can be so open and honest but it's also important to acknowledge when you're when you're not asking the other person like how their day was. Its only talking about your Dane. Debriefing on your day or your thing and then if that person has a thought give them the Mike and then don't just turn it around and say oh. Well here's what I think about that. I think bowl. You really have to pace yourself. You gotta understand the speed limit. Certain conversations their speed limits. And you've got to respect. That's a good point though and that's interesting I think is that like as you're talking about..

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"joel rich" Discussed on Conspiracyland

Conspiracyland

13:40 min | 1 year ago

"joel rich" Discussed on Conspiracyland

"News is currently c._n._n. Contributor and is our our former colleague and yahoo in these special episodes we will tell the story behind the story of conspiracy land explore the larger themes this tangled and tragic case raises and here from mike what it was like a report on the seth rich murder as he plumbed the depths of the dark netherworld of american political conspiracies each bonus podcast will be available title with the episode corresponds to today. We're discussing episodes six collateral damage welcome back guys to our final bonus episode of conspiracy land and mike in episode six you explore the kind of political purpose of conspiracy theories but of course political purpose that still has devastating human consequences yeah absolutely look we start out with a guy who you kind of wanted to get into in this jerome corsi <hes> call him the dean of twenty-first-century first century conspiracy theorists. He's the guy that gave rise to birtherism. He's the guy who pumped it. Wrote a book about it. Where's the birth certificate advocate and you know we interviewed for this and one thing which i don't think was publicly known before his he was in touch with donald trump all during in this period two thousand eleven trump was calling him up for information leading ammunition that he could use to pump the completely -pletely baseless conspiracy theory that barack obama was born in kenya and his birth certificate was a fraud and in showing that he was born in hawaii. I didn't know that coursey and trump were in communication at the time we have that delicious clip from sam number her who we interviewed from skulduggery a regular podcast number was an affiliate in crony of roger stone was an adviser visor trump all during that period and talks about how i trafficked and birtherism i promoted birtherism knowing it was a fraud and you know his very response when i said are you proud of that. His response was is donald trump president. You gotta say at least <hes> they laid bare and come out and say political ploy. If you're looking for evidence that conspiracy theories survey purpose survey political purpose you know you can't get better evidence than that but look how high up that went. I mean you had president obama. I actually have to present his birth certificate. Yeah it was. I mean trump was out there going on every t._v. Show giving you know fuel to to this whole nonsense of birtherism and it distracted the white house. Obama has to send his white house counsel bob bauer out to hawaii to retrieve retrieve the original long form birth certificate and if <hes> mike back to the russia and the seth rich conspiracy theory at one of the things that you do brilliantly is point out the connection between the firing of james comey which turn the russia story you know into a huge scandal handle yeah and the supercharging these conspiracy theories exactly and that is exhibited be exhibit a was birtherism exhibit b. of how oh conspiracy theories are used are weaponized for political purposes there it is when does the seth rich story reach its zenith just at the moment that komi is being fired and muller's being appointed to do an investigation into russian meddling in the election and ties to donald trump so it is no surprise that one jerome corsi birther her extraordinaire pops up fanning the seth rich story very as well and we use this podcast of roger stone on info wars talking to jerome corsi and they're nonsensical theories about <hes> seth rich being the source of d._n._c. emails to wikileaks and what's so frustrating as a listener is the question of accountability accountability right when when people upend lives and families are shattered over what many knew going into it was a fabricated aided story or embellish story because it fit their certain narrative you talk about in this episode the legal consequences right because there were lawsuits filed wild on behalf of the rich family against fox news talk about where that lead because they weren't all victories for the rich family either. No i mean <hes> <hes> these lawsuits are still going on but just to sort of trace these as they evolve. We've talked about the rich family but in this episode we talk about aaron rich the brother who becomes the target of these conspiracy theories because aaron rich had custody of his his late brother's property. He had the laptop he had custody over his financial affairs and of course to the conspiracy theorists aaron must be covering something up. Aaron is concealing information and we talked to one of the earlier episodes about how jack berkman this was in episode three he was demanding that the dc police turn over to him a private citizen the ballistics report and other sensitive evidence from the actual seth rich investigation in in this case when we get to erin rich matt couch a guy who plays a prominent role in this episode internet conspiracy entrepreneur for in the ozark mountains of arkansas is demanding that aaron turnover to him. You know hey internet crank stir in arkansas the laptop the financial records to disprove the conspiracy theory and of course aaron riches. Why would he turn over anything to the likes of somebody like mad couch but when he refuses to do so <hes> ha you see there's a cover a cover up he's covering up and therefore and therefore therefore he's complicit in his brother's murder. He's obstructing the investigation into his brother's murder and just like like his mother. You see the torment and pain that aaron is going through an enduring given that his brother is now gone his best man at his wedding and he's now having to justify to people who he doesn't know he doesn't have to justify to what happened and he thinks that he can clear it all up just by sending a letter right right and he he writes this letter pleading with matt couch to cease and desist stop tormenting his family. Stop besmirching the name of his brother and what is mad couch do mocks aaron rich. He reads the letter <music> in this contemptuous mocking way and then puts it on periscope on twitter for all to read for all to comment on. It's it's really sickening when when you listen to the way these people like mad cash say over and over were again you show the cruelty i can't. There's no other word for it. The cruelty of these people toward the riches and coming back to ed metavsky the striking thing in is ed metavsky paints himself as a victim and the relationship with the riches. They're causing me is comfort and you confronted him on them. Yeah i mean look. What can you say but you know there is that i mean this was actually at the end of episode. Five where joel rich is is saying that ed petoskey was after all the after all the whole fox news fiasco and the story retracted and all that which ed petoskey at a played a big role in engineering that completely bogus story that fox took down he was still reaching out to the rich family and <hes> complaining that he was abused here and you know what i say to joel rich of so stunning to hear is you who lost a son. Your son was murdered and catalyses complaining that he he's the he's the party here and the manipulation used that you talk about an earlier episode as s two how petoskey was able to come in contact with the rich family going through jewish circles family was jewish women and a and there's a mutual friend right so that connection is wherein lies their first interaction and where mary says has this guy seems credible. He seemed credible to them and you know what did they know. They're grieving parents who just want to be left alone and they want their son's killers to be caught. They want somebody to pay for taking the life of their son and here are all these huckster. There's coming around offering to help them do that. When they clearly have a political agenda and aaron not only is going through this battle with couch but now you have the prosecutor signs now having to and she says to you how frustrating and heartbreaking it was for her to now have have to bring up these allegations bro with aaron whom she needs to she has to question now and and rich in the grand jury. I mean you know because does she wants. It nailed down because again. I think we talked about this earlier episode. She asked to be prepared to when they finally do. You know fingers. Angers crossed for them. Find the people who really did this murder. She has to be able to disprove all these nonsense theories that have cropped up up about the case. I should also point out you know in terms of the collateral damage. It's not just the rich family you have friends of. Seth rich who who have been targeted by the owner of the bar manager who takes is <hes> family for a white house tore his immediately accused of <hes> consorting sorting and conspiring about <hes> seth rich you have the neighbor who's been targeted by the internet boys at the move out of his house at one point i mean who come from airbnb because he was worried that somewhere that people would be going after anybody in his or that they would infiltrate would get inside his house and get access to documents they would show something. God knows what because mark mueller the neighbor he didn't. They were really know seth rich. You just happen to be the first guy on the scene lived across the street from where the murder took place the gunshots. He rushed out and saw seth breath rich. You know laying on the on the pavement in the road. So where does the investigation stand now well. It has been transferred to a new detective in the major. Did your case slash cold case squad so you know you hear that and you think cold case the riches who've talked to the new detective detective and there's a new prosecutor say that no you know the still an active investigation that the prosecutor and the detective talk about it every day. I think they're going back to that. Those housing projects in the neighborhood where there was drug activity where they suspected the <hes> armed robberies that was the source of the armed robberies that were going on in the neighborhood in the weeks before his death so the you know the richest haven't given up the cops have given up and ever signs hasn't given us with a little bit of a hopeful note at the end of the day despite this kind of culture sure of this anti snitch culture in washington d._c. That people will talk that people will talk you know on the one hand you could say. The longer time goes on the harder. It is is to solve on the other hand. She makes the point that the longer time goes on the looser people get in their own conversations. They got away. Okay with it and somebody out. There knows something and we can only hope that whoever does will report to the police and you know this long nightmare for the rich family will be over. I just quickly to come back to something that the ana raised a minute ended ago which is the legal question which is related to this question of accountability because you would think that the rich family would be able to bring a successful defamation suit but the law law has not really caught up with this kind of conduct no no and it's very complicated in the case of the rich of the parents joel and mary they sued fox they sued petoskey and their lawsuit was initially rejected by a federal judge on the grounds that in part that it was is there sun their deceased son who was defamed not them personally so you know the judge said there's no precedent and for them to bring this lawsuit but clearly and we have that excerpt from the u._s. court of appeals argument which was really interesting to listen to where at least one of the circuit appellate court judges was challenging that conclusion and seemed to be open.

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"joel rich" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

Anderson Cooper 360

04:40 min | 1 year ago

"joel rich" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"Emails <hes> he posted posted a wikileaks announced a twenty thousand dollar reward for information about seth riches murder and eventually this made it all the way up to the trump White House in the podcast we reveal text messages from Steve Bannon then White House senior counselor encouraging a C._B._S.. <hes> sixty minutes producer to go chase the story calling it a huge story. It was a contract kill. Obviously that was in March two thousand seventeen and then in May of the two thousand seventeen just as the Russia story is blowing up Fox News picks it up and shouts it to the rooftops. I mean it's incredible. What you're describing really is a classic disinformation campaign and out of the what was formerly the K._G._B.'s textbook and exactly the fact that it got such such widespread amplification through U._S. folks in America alright stuff and Fox News? That's incredible absolutely look there is a there's a phrase for what the Soviets used to do in the Cold War active measures. It's a disinformation operation which in which you the plant phony stories or conspiracy memes <hes> into far media and then hope that they will migrate and and and and take off that's exactly what this was. This was a clear Russian disinformation operation operation and I should point out that it wasn't just those S._v._R.. Bulletins as we reveal the Internet research agency that troll farm in Saint Petersburg that was central to the Russian meddling interference manipulation of social media during the two thousand sixteen election picked up the seth rich case they tweeted and re tweeted about it more than two thousand times under phony accounts the skies as Americans such as you know ten underscore G._O._p.. Like pretending pretending to be the Tennessee Republican Party and that it was constantly tweeting about seth rich keeping the story alive in the social media bloodstream. I mean you would think the the person holding up that sign that it was on Tampa or the people doing this on T._v.. If they had decency they would apologize for essentially doing the bidding of Russian intelligence by pushing this this theory which had no evidence at all. Oh no no evidence whatsoever there was not you know the claims were that there was a <hes> the F. B.. I. Had on Seth Riches Laptop had found communications with wikileaks complete nonsense there. It was nothing to back that up but you know the real emotional core of the story is just what just what a gut how gut wrenching this was for the rich family <hes> to see their sons you know reputation Asian being sullied suggesting he was the leaker and a thief who portrayed as D._N._C. Colleagues Mary rich the mother of Seth Rich One of those we interviewed for this podcast talks about how says at one point this was like losing and my son all over again and any any progress on the investigation into what they believe is Robert. Well what we've learned is that it has been transferred to <hes> the major case slash cold case squad with a new detective and a new prosecutor who's now in charge of the case <hes> we have not seen any sign of progress in the last three years <hes> no no suspects have been identified. No arrests have been made <hes> DENVER signs. The former prosecutor says the cops and she were always convinced related to <hes> the string of robberies armed robberies in the neighborhood much much of it linked to drug dealing activity in a nearby housing project. <hes> Joel Rich says that he's talked to the deck detective and Prosecutor recently and they've told them that they are still actively investigating they talk talk about the case every day and so you know <hes> we will see whether they can make that breakdown <hes> Michael isikoff Yahoo News. That's where people can find podcast on Yahoo News Right Michael yes or on apple podcast acids called conspiracy land. You can download it anywhere. Wherever you get your podcasts Michael Scott thanks very much just ahead of.

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"joel rich" Discussed on How to Money

How to Money

10:46 min | 1 year ago

"joel rich" Discussed on How to Money

"Do you love music? Are you a fan of movies like Star Wars back to the future? Harry Potter Jurassic Park and more than the soundtrack show is made just for you. I'm David w Collins joined the each week as I break down the best moments in our favorite movies, TV shows even video games and talk about why the music makes each of these experiences, unforgettable listen and subscribe at apple podcasts or on the iheartradio app or wherever you listen to podcasts. Welcome to Cottam money. I'm Joel, and I and mats and today we're talking with Julian and Kirstin from rich and regular. That's right. Joel rich and regular is the blog of Juliet and Kirstin who are documenting their journey towards financial independence. Their mission is to peel back the curtain and provide an honest informative and relevant. Take on ways, you can improve your life through mastering personal finance. They have found ways to pay down massive amounts of bets and then continue to funnel those payments straight into investments. And so I'm excited that they live here in Atlanta. So we have the opportunity to sit down with them in person and for them to share their story with us. We'll talk with them here in a minute. But let's put we mentioned what we're going to have today on the episode. Joel today on the show were drinking last blockbuster by ten barrel brewing company, and they're literally is a last blockbuster in the United States in bend, Oregon, and our mutual friend here. Scott, Rick incentives, beer, so Julian and Cureton, welcome to the show much. We're so excited to be here to be here. So we all know, Scott. And that's because Scott has shot a documentary about the financial independence movement. And you guys were featured in it and. And so yeah, really cool that we can have a beer that Scott sent us on the show today. I am taking mental notes because Scott did not send me a beer. Oh, I look forward to my conversation with them. Yeah. He's in big trouble now. All right. So the first question we want to ask you guys is so Matt ni- on the show we drink a beer every single week. And that's because we want to let everyone know that it's really important even along the path of getting your finances together, it's really important to find the things that are most meaningful to you even in the midst of that. And so what is your craft beer when it comes to how you handle money. It's wine. So there's nothing more relaxing than coming home from a long day at work and just having a glass of wine on my patio. But it's one of the things that just reminds me that you can escape you can kind of drink the world through your glove. And even though I'm sitting among toddler, toys and tantrums and dirty dishes. I turn on a great Spotify mix our or apple mix and just. Just have my glass of wine. Nice. I wasn't actually expecting it to be alcohol related, but that's about it is. It sounds like the thing that I value is alcohol, but it's one of many now it's funny because she's making me think of the role that alcohol plays relationship. I think about not even just you know, when we would achieve financial milestones. But even for holidays and pretty much any celebration or disarray, Thursday, whatever it was elevating, you know, one of the things that we do for us. We gift is almost we call it a gift to the house, but it's really typically a good bottle of wine. Yes. So interestingly enough, just while we're on this note, you guys wrote on your blog that yellowtail was no, right. Yellowtail kind of a cheap Australian wine, and you mentioned willingness to trade down on stuff like that. So I feel like that totally resonates with us in our approach to money and how we talk about it on the show. So how did you decide that wine was was something that you weren't willing to trade down on? I think we had a lot of wine to get really tried. We tried Mr. money moustache, another fire blogger. Recommended this box wine, which is actually pretty good box. Okay. So we try like five or six different varietals of that. And we found one that's pretty good. But after a while like they just all start to China taste the same. And we missed the story that winds tell like good wine as opens up, and as you're just grabbing the flavors and that in and of itself as an experience in we just we just really value experiences. And we couldn't get as rich of drinking experience through cheaper wines. Enjoy just mentioned this. The reason we do that right is to find balance between showing that we're enjoying life. Now, there's things that we are going to take time for right now. And it's not all about the someday we're gonna do this Sunday. We're going to reach this goal in particular with kids. There's so much of life. That's happening right now. I know that you guys have a son now. And so that's a big reason why we have the beer on the show is just it's not like we don't treat ourselves enough day today, but it's a tangible way maybe for us to say, you know, what? Yes, we talk about money every week on the show. But it's not all about deprivation. It's all about finding your priorities and kind of honing in on those specific things and from there you can start making cuts, right? Like, you're not gonna make us when it comes to wind. But there's other things that you don't value. Then maybe that's what you're going to do. And that's what you talk a lot about on your blog because that right, rich and regular. That's correct. So racing regular we're documenting everyday decisions through the lens of money. So we talk about the obscure task. Enrolling in health insurance to how we manage our son's birthday parties. We didn't have one for the record. To just how we how we live in. What we found is that to your point the path to any sort of financial goal isn't always just about the big milestones. Not about opening these accounts. It's about the everyday decisions and how they build and how they compound into freeing up more income to invest so is that where the name came from a rich and regular, right? So explain that a little bit. You know, I've got about three different versions of this story because I don't really remember. But I can tell you what creeped into my mind the day that it happened, and it was really scene from coming to America. Biz the sexual chocolate scene. And there's a moment where the guys are clapping. He's good. He's good terrible in sofa. Me I was like I want to be rich rich and regular. I didn't want to be a regular person. You know what I mean? I don't want to be a celebrity or famous or anything like that. And I think most people use they use the word comfortable, but comfortable in regular is terrible so boring. That sounds really really terrible long clunky. So you know, we came up with that name. And it felt like something that we would have spire to be I guess in a way is who we are about a lot of different things on your blog. How does that translate for you guys into talking about finances with the people that are closest to you when it comes to like your family, and your close friends does having written about this stuff and got it out on paper to certain extent does that make it easier than to open up the conversation with other people around you it makes it easier to? Open up the conversation. I think a lot of people will use what we've written on the blog as a springboard to ask a big question. But it doesn't make navigating the conversation any easier because I think people just aren't used to talking about money in a casual way and the way that we talk about it. It's we're not going to tell you what to do. We're not advisors or even experts. But we can do is help you think through while you're making the choices that you are and ask you, how do you see this ending? And that's usually where people get uncomfortable because it lands them in a place where it's like, oh, I probably do need to change something and all the things that you can change our on our blog. But I don't know. It's almost like people need permission. And we're here to just serve as an example and give you that permission sort of an indirect way to say. Hey, we're still living. Good. We're we're doing this. We're not depriving ourselves or splitting plies on toilet paper. But you can do this. Oh, that's great. Also underdog you've written about the. Impact that being a black American has on your personal finances? So we want to talk about that somewhat specific struggles in views towards money. Do you see in the black community? We just had a meet up last night with about ten people. I think or so many of them were friends somewhere like followers people that we've met along the way, and I've just win one of those people that have always been very transparent about our struggles. And what we've found is consistent. And again, talking primarily about our experiences that a lot of us, though, we've got the credentials that we had the experience we just somehow struggle to attain certain levels of achievement in the workplace, particularly what people call corporate America. Right. When you look further up your organization, you don't see many people of color when you look further down. There's like oh there they are. And in a city like Atlanta, where you've got so many talented people so much experience that seems like that shouldn't be the case. But unfortunately, it is at least that was part of our experience, and it was certainly the. Experience a lot of our friends. And so what we do is. We talk about that and workplace culture and all of those challenges and some of the things that I African Americans deal within the workplace, and sometimes we're telling our own stories, sometimes we're sort of telling the stories of people that we know when some of the struggles they've gone through. But what we've ultimately done is giving people another option and say, hey, there is life outside of the traditional path of going to school getting a job and hoping to retire someday. Yeah. If that's a struggle, honestly in the city of Atlanta, then it's an even bigger Chauvel in most of the other cities in America because there's a thriving black community here where we live in this town. And so, yeah, that's interesting to hear that perspective. What suggestions do you have for our listeners who who might come from a disadvantaged economic place? And who say, yeah, I see those same issues, and I don't see room for advancement for myself. How how should they go about navigating that what sort of tips? Do you have for for listener in that in that situation will one? I would say listen to every episode of the money. You get to you are hired. But no, you guys talk about money in a way that I just think is really makes people comfortable puts people at ease. I think people who talk about money a lot. And know just how awkward it is. And we're kind of like, I don't know why this awkward, so we're like superheroes in that in that regard. But I think the absolute best thing you can do is get out of debt because once you're out of debt you've got a runway right now, you've got a little bit more wiggle room to take some risks. Maybe

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"joel rich" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

17:18 min | 2 years ago

"joel rich" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"We days at noon on talkradio six hundred eighty WCBS and wcbMcom. Welcome back. Dr Marilyn schlitz with us Marilyn in this reality courtroom. How do you think the jury would decide based on is there life after death? Most people believe there's something there. I think people have had experiences that give them a sense of that. I think that there are a lot of experiences that people report, you know, beyond the survival of consciousness or identity, you know, people re reporting things like precondition knowledge of the future people doing what you did about looking into your mind for information about a geographical location, the whole remote viewing paradigm. You know? There are all kinds of experiences that people have had that they report regularly and that the majority of our population in including people with higher levels of education report. So this isn't just something that people experience, we have no education, and, you know, the critics would say, you know, they just don't know any better intact. What it is is something that people have. Very direct personal experiences about and which can change their lives. And you have Britain in the book, how some people's lives have been changed dramatically through this change. Yeah. I wrote a book living deeply the art and science of transformation, and we were very interested in trying to understand how people can gain a perspective on life that is richer and fuller and less filled with stress and anxiety. And how can we do that? And we know that a lot of people can become very rigid and fixed in their perspectives. And opinions, but it's also possible that people, you know, begin to shift their perspective. And these kinds of experiences can lead to the sense that the world is more expansive and more complex and more mysterious than we had previously. Understood. So we started to interview people about it. We talked to the mystics, and we talk to the great, spiritual leaders and people representing different kinds of traditional ritual. Practice type of orientation. Nations. And and in that, we really create a kind of a change model that said to us that there are ways in which we can begin to bring our awareness and our intention to creating our life in ways that are are positive are imbued with meaning and purpose and that ultimately lead to happier healthier experiences. How do younger people react to these things? Now, what do you think? Well, I think we have seen a generation of people grow up with the media with video games that expand their sense of what they're capable of. There's you know, certainly a lot of fascination with horror movies. I think you were talking about the program. You know, I think our imaginations are very fertile. I think popular culture has a way of training us. And we know that these kinds of topics are extremely interesting for people who choose TV shows or movies to go see. So what's that about? You know, is that about just something that is idle curiosity, or is it something that helps them to take a deep dive into their own personal experiences. And I think the ladder. Maybe what's happening. Let's take some calls will pick it up by going to Giovanni in Los Angeles on the wildcard line. Hey, there Giovanni. Hey, how's it going? Great. It's been a while. Yeah. It has been a while. And I'm always listening. I love the show as always in Dr Marilyn's. Thank you so much for the work that you're doing on consciousness is absolutely necessary your pioneer, and I hope that you continue doing your work. And I hope that this this this birth MOR wonder in in and Hatcher Yawkey into this world. But I just wanted to share that experience of mine that I it just really sprang to mind when I heard you talk. Speak about the about the forest or about the jungle it ended up being a form of consciousness where a kind of a pure consciousness. Well, my parents are from Nicaragua. And our our indigenous people are very very, very rich culture of of mysticism, and and also, you know, being able to travel into inter dimensional, and and and explore the potential of the mind through through ancient practices. And so it's been instilled in me over time the practice of meditation. One one one one one moment at one time on my travels. I was traveling to Nicaragua. And the Knicks and the weather is a jungle called laughing my nigga or roughly translated the the black jungle, and this this black jodel is just an illusion jungle. Most of it is untouched by man, very rarely explored still still rich with with with with undiscovered. Lord knows what's out there. But when I was in the jungle I sat down to meditate and while I was meditating maybe an hour into my meditation. I felt what I believe to be this pure consciousness. I smoke the jungle calling me now it was so strong that I had trouble breaking for my meditation. And and to a certain point I became a little bit timbers fearful because I was I kind of lost control over my ability to extract myself from the meditation for a moment. And I believe that this your consciousness was was calling me or trying to pull me into it somehow, and I just wanted to share that consciousness. I do believe that there's more out there. Absolutely. And the more we explore the more. We'll find just like you say, yes, we put it into our minds that there's something there. We will find it as opposed to. It off and not believing something is there. What do you think of that Maryland? I'm so grateful for that comment and the question, I appreciate your support of words. And I think that one of the reasons that many traditions have guide, you know, a position in society that is that spiritual leader or you know, the mystic who's been on the past before. So they can help guide the process because I think it's true that you can get pulled into roms and experience that are unfamiliar that are unchartered and that have this capacity to kind of take us out with them. And if you are with somebody who's experienced in a lot of this kind of journey work. They can help calibrate that in, you know, keep you grounded in the experience. But it sounds pretty remarkable. I will say one time I was in a meditation practice with Francis Vaughan. Who is no longer in this plane, I've experienced, but she led this meditation where she took our identity into a bubble and the bubble left to the body and went off somewhere. And I know that I got pretty lost in that moment. And I thought if I didn't have the kind of grounding that I had I could see how some people could be very frightened or destabilized by that. And in fact, there's a woman Willoughby Britain who is a psychiatrist, and it's really been looking at some of the difficulties surrounding meditation. You know, we think about it always says a really positive thing. But it's also important to recognize that sometimes people can get into realms of experience that they have no way to navigate. And so I'm very grateful for your question and your comments and keep exploring. It's a great adventure. Indeed, it is next up. Let us go to. Alice in wonderland. That's on a Lulu, by the way. Hi alice. Welcome to the show. Joel rich. I they are Maryland. I'm so happy to hear tonight. What was speech said? And I have the proof that they. George. When my husband passed away six years ago. See he's done believer. He was a good Christian. But doesn't believe in spirits and things. Okay. I haven't been listening to you know, all of the programs from way back. We're not bell was on and his wife, and you yes. And. I've had experience it. I don't know who tell them do. Sometimes my husband, of course. Unbeliever true. He passed away about just three days, but before then. And. Service very service on that. He'll just says he was going. Yeah. To the ground. Yeah. The storm came up. You was wild win and everything. It just happened. So and then it's it took a few minutes. It was very odd. No as we were leaving the cemetery. My son, no, one should mom when we were getting into the car to go home. Dad came home with us. Wow. This is what do you mean? She got in the car also because they could just smell him always feel his body odor. Muslim was very clean person. But he had to send about him. He wasn't a smoker or nothing. But here comes my son saying that and I just. That's cool. But then a few nights. Obviously think and my left foot but still bothering me from accident, and we had a serious escalator and. I was falling asleep. No fault. My that's going up. And there was my husband at the end of the bed lifting my left foot while you could clearly see him dutiful. Yes. Yes. He always wore his white t shirt gonna be next. Short ten short and she passed away before he couldn't kick ninety four. So so it's a pretty good run, though, wasn't it. Oh, he was in perfect. Specimens of doctors, always ask. What do you do for you? Me. The seventy year old man, and he's ninety three you. I said nothing she does it all the exercises. You know, I walk and he watches his diet. My husband never had a recall on him. But George this is the thing he pulled my leg up and I woke up, and I said. And I looked at him. I said, Tom. My footwork. And he says I want you to take care of this foot. You better see the doctor again, and he dropped it. And that was it. It was very upset. I wasn't liking. Did you go to the doctor after that? Yes, I have been. But the thing is George my mother also came to visit team. I know he was a non believer. Does. I. But they were churchgoers good Christian Protestant. But they even taught Sunday school sits Dr. But the thing is. He told me after seven years this happened. He says Alice. Yeah. Mother came to visit me I said when when we lived on. Mention the street. But I said, why didn't you tell me after seven year, you're telling me, he's I didn't want to tell you this was it all about what she stood at the bed, and and he got up, and there she was standing at the end of the bed, and mom, what what is it, you know? And she says well tall. I wanna know how Alice is doing 'cause I was six months pregnant when she passed away. She was concerned how my health is doing he passed away much. I he was only fifty four something to how old are you? Now Alice on ninety four ninety four good for you. And the thing is George. I haven't been wanting to call several times because we listen to you him free nyc, my son, and I and he's a believer. Now. Like, you know, it wasn't a believer. Five days ago. But he's been listening to your program has changed and full wonderful. He believes in afterlife. And so he's not afraid of passing on just like me. But I have. Other children. They're not believers. You just go to church all the time. But. Because they don't believe they don't believe in afterlife. But the thing is George I had been having just I attack when I was seven years old. I was going. I love to be a Catholic. But I'm not Catholic. I'm everything is my dad says. You know, how were you? What were you raise this? I wouldn't we were raised as just. From the heart. Kissing your Turkey is right here right in your heart, or no, formal almost you have to go to searching church. Never my dad. My dad was a Roman Catholic. My grandma Nelson was also and it was a Catholic, but he became a partisan. And and then they decided in initially seventy she wanted to become a Buddhist. And you should I said dad what happened? He should because people don't go to war. They don't seem to be fighting all the time. When you read the bible, you know, it's always fighting, George, you know, the bible. I I have read the bible to bible school and everything. But the thing is this happened to me when I was seven years old because my two girlfriends are Catholics. They went to the sacred hutch church and. Well, I was in there wasn't a Catholic. So I wish so go with them seven o'clock mass on Sundays, and I wouldn't have breakfast too. Because you didn't make confession and I didn't eat also. But there was never getting confession done. And I was sitting there as a few and I felt you pass passed out. My next fell on the back of the queue, you know. So I my breathing was cut off. You could have died. That's when I met Jesus. I mean, this is something that still this dish, you don't and even the priest when they came to get me, the two of them are they gonna but you've been through a lot Alice. When when my two girlfriends. And Bernice came up to me when it came back. They should oh. Oh, Jesus was already outstretched hands and angels behind him. George. I have never seen anything so beautiful, and we never had color TV. Boy, we had was a radio at home. This is back into thirty course in those days. That's all. And I tell you what I did all in colors. And when I hear your call is called in to say, they haven't been up and came back. I find it very difficult to believe some of the story because my visit was not like that..

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"joel rich" Discussed on KSRO

KSRO

17:10 min | 2 years ago

"joel rich" Discussed on KSRO

"Welcome back. Dr Marilyn schlitz with us Maryland in this reality courtroom. How do you think the jury would decide based on is there life after death? I think most people believe there's something there. I think people have had experiences that gives them a sense of that. I think that there are a lot of experiences that people report, you know, beyond the survival of consciousness or identity, you know, people re reporting things like precondition knowledge of the future people doing what you did about looking into your mind for information about a geographical location, the whole remote viewing paradigm. You know? There are all kinds of experiences that people have had that they report regularly and that the majority of our population in including people with higher levels of education report. So this isn't just something that people experience it, we have no education. And you know, the critics would say, you know, they just don't know any better. In fact, what it is is something that people have. Very direct personal experiences about and which can change their lives, and you have Britain in the block how some people's lives have been changed dramatically through this change. Now, I wrote a book living deeply the art and science of transformation, and we were very interested in trying to understand how people can gain a perspective on life that is richer and fuller and less filled with stress and anxiety. And how can we do that? And we know that a lot of people can become very rigid and fixed in their perspectives. And opinions, but it's also possible that people, you know, begin to shift their perspective. And these kinds of experiences can lead to the sense that the world is more expansive and more complex and more mysterious than we had previously. Understood. So we started to interview people about it. We talked to. Mistakes, and we talk to the great spiritual leaders and people representing different kinds of traditional ritual practice type of orientations. And and in that, we really create a kind of a change model that said to us that there are ways in which we can begin to bring our awareness and our intention to creating our life in ways that are are positive are imbued with meaning and purpose and that ultimately lead to happier healthier experiences. How do younger people react to these things? Now, what do you think? Well, I think we have seen a generation of people grow up with the media with video games that expand their sense of what they're capable of. There's certainly a lot of fascination with horror movies. I think you were talking about the program. You know, I think our imaginations are very fertile. I think popular culture has a way of training us. And we know that these kinds of topics are extremely interesting for people who choose TV shows or movies to go see. So what's that about? You know, is that about just something that is idle curiosity, or is it something that helps them to take a deep dive into their own personal experiences. And I think the ladder. Maybe what's happening. Let's take some calls. We'll pick it up by going to Giovanni in Los Angeles on the wildcard line. Hey, there Giovanni. Hey, how's it going? Great means it's been a while. Yeah. It has been a while. And I'm always listening. I love the show as always. And Dr Marilyn thank you so much for the work that you're doing on consciousness is absolutely necessary your pioneer, and I hope that you continue doing your work. And I hope that this this this birth MOR wonder in in in into this world. But I I just wanted to share that experience of mine that I it just really sprang to mind when I heard you speak about the about the forest or about the jungle it ended self being a form of consciousness. A kind of a pure consciousness. Well, my parents are from Nicaragua. And our our indigenous people are very very, very rich culture of of system, and and also, you know, being able to travel into inter dimensional, and and and explored the true potential of the mind through through ancient practices. And so it's been instilled in me over time the practice of meditation one one one one one moment at one time on my travels. I was traveling Nicaragua. And the Knicks and n whether it's a jungle called Los and my nigga or roughly childhood it'd be the black jungle and this this black jungle is just it's an ancient jungle. Most of it is untouched by man, very rarely explored still still rich with with with with undis-. Covered. Lord knows what's out there. But when I was in the jungle I sat down to meditate and follows meditating, maybe an hour into my meditation. I felt what I believed to be this pure consciousness. I felt the jungle calling alchemy now it was so strong that I had trouble breaking for my meditation. And and to a certain point I became a little bit timbers bit fearful because I was I kind of lost control over my ability to extract myself from the meditation for a moment. And I believe that this your consciousness was was calling me or or trying to pull me into it somehow, and I just wanted to share that consciousness. I do believe that there's more out there. Absolutely. And the more. We explored the more. We'll find just like you say, yes, we put it into our minds that there's something there. We will find it as opposed to. Shredding it off and not believing something is there. What do you think of that Maryland? I'm so grateful for that comment and the question, I appreciate your supportive words. And I think that one of the reasons that many traditions have a guide, you know, a position in society that is that spiritual leader, or, you know, the mystic who's been on the path before so they can help guide the process because I think it's true that you can get pulled into realms and experience that are unfamiliar that are unchartered and that have this capacity to kind of take us out with them. And if you are with somebody who's experienced in a lot of this kind of journey work. They can help calibrate that in, you know, keep you grounded in the experience. But it sounds pretty remarkable. I will say one time I was in a meditation practice with Francis Vaughan who. Who is no longer in this plane of experience, but she led this meditation where she took our identity into a bubble and the bubble left to the body and went off somewhere. And I know that I got pretty lost in that moment. And I thought if I didn't have the kind of grounding that I had I could see how some people could be very frightened or destabilized by that. And in fact, there's a woman Willoughby Britain who is a psychiatrist and has really been looking at some of the difficulties surrounding meditation. You know, we think about it always says a really positive thing. But it's also important to recognize that sometimes people can get into realms of experience that they have no way to navigate. And so I'm very grateful for your question and your comments and keep exploring. It's a great adventure. Indeed, it is next up. Let us go to Alice in wonderland. That's Honolulu, by the way. Hi alice. Welcome to the show. Joel rich. I there and Maryland, I'm so happy to hear tonight. What was being said? And I have the poof that they is. The upside George when my husband passed away six years ago. Unbeliever Christian, but doesn't believe in spirits and things. Okay. I have been listening to you know, all of the programs from way back when I was on and his wife, and you yes. And. I've had experience it. I tell them to sometimes my husband, of course, who was a non believer. I'm sure he passed away about just three days. But before this happen service burial service on that. He'll just says he was going into the ground. Yeah. The storm came up. Who was wild win and everything just happened so fast. And then it's it took only a few minutes. It was very hard. No as we were leaving the cemetery. My son. No, one said mom when we were getting into the car, jiggle dad came home with us. Wow. This is what do you mean? She got in the car also because they could just smell him. Is still his body odor. Muslim was very clean person. But he had this send about him. He wasn't a smoker or nothing. But here comes my son saying that and I just school. But then a few nights. Gosh, I was sleeping and my left foot. But still bothering me from the accident. We had a serious escalator and. I was phone asleep. No. I followed my let's put going up in the air. And there was my husband at the end of the bed lifting my left foot while you could clearly see him dutiful. Yes. Yes. He always wore white tee shirt shorts. Yeah. The ten short and he passed away before he couldn't kick ninety four. It's a pretty good run, though, wasn't it. Oh, he was in perfect specimens, the doctors always ask. What do you do for me that he party over seventy year old man, and he's ninety three you? I said nothing she does it all the exercises walk and he watches his diet. My husband never had in Cologne. But George this is the thing he pulled my leg up and I woke up, and I said and looked at him. I said, Tom. My foot hurt. And he says I want you to take care of this foot better see the doctor again, and he dropped it. And that was it. It was very upset. I wasn't the voted the doctor right after that. Yes. I haven't been the thing is George one mother also came to visit him. I know he was a non believer. Does I only deal, but? They were churchgoers good Christian Protestant. But they even taught Sunday school sits there Dr. But the thing is. He told me after seven years this happened. He says Alice. Yeah. Mother came to visit me I said when when we lived on the mention the street, but I said, why didn't you tell me after seven year, you're telling me, he's I didn't wanna tell you. What was it all about what she stood at the bed, and and he got up, and there she was standing at the end of the bed, and mom, what what is it, you know? And she says, well, Tom, I want to know how Alice isn't doing 'cause I was six months pregnant when she passed away. She was concerned how my health was doing. He passed away much. I he was only fifty four something to how old are you? Now Alice ninety four ninety four good for you. And the thing is George. I haven't been wanting to call it several times because we listen to you every night, my son, and I and he's a believer. Now, like, you know, it wasn't a believer physical. But he's been listening to your program that he has changed and full wonderful. He believes afterlife. And so he's not afraid of passing on just like me. But I have. Other. Children. They're not believers just go to church all the time. But they don't believe but even afterlife. But the thing is George I have been having just I attack when I was seven years old. I was going. I love to be a Catholic. But I'm not Catholic. I'm everything is my dad says. You know, how were you? What were you raised as we were raised as just? From the hot kisses, your church is right here right in your heart, or no, formal you have to go to searching church. Never. My dad was my dad was a Roman Catholic. My grandma Nelson was also and they were the Catholic, but he became a partisan, and and then they decided that can then this late seventies. He wanted to become a Buddhist. And you should I said dad what happened? He should because the Buddhist people don't go to war. They don't seem to be fighting all the time. When you lead the bible, you know, it's always fighting, George, you know, the bible, I read the bible to bible school and everything. But the thing is this happened to me when I was seven years old because my two girlfriends Catholics, they went the sacred heart's church and. Well, I was in there wasn't a Catholic. So I wish so go with them. Seven o'clock mass on Sundays, and I wouldn't have breakfast too. Because you didn't they going to confession? And I didn't eat also. But there was never getting confession done. And I was sitting there that's a few. And I felt you pass passed out. My next fell on the back of the computer, you know. So I my breathing was cut off. Could you coulda died? That's why I met Jesus. I mean, this is something that's still this dish. You know, and even the priest when they came to get me, the two of them, I they gonna but you've been through a lot Alice. When when my two girlfriends. And Bernice came up to me when it came back. They should Ellis. Oh. What Jesus was already ostrich fans and angels behind him. You know, George I have never seen anything so beautiful, and we never had color TV. Both. He had was Radio Metropole. This is back into thirties course in those days. That's all. And. I tell you what I did all in colors, and when I hear your call callers called in to say, they haven't been up and he came back. I find it very difficult to believe some of the story because my visit was not like that. I know.

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"joel rich" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"joel rich" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Lauren sensual fourth pin fifth Columbus center, groped Carmel cathedral and Pike's some great. Teams locally here in, Indianapolis but also around the state of Indiana so We're, going, to put the pads, on, here the. Next couple of weeks and before you, know it will be playing preseason football. Games The schedule goes like this August the seventeenth is. The first official which, you'll see August tenth you'll see some Some exhibition game some some preseason, games in, an, August seventeenth things, will kick off for high school football run all the way through all. October the twelfth sexual starting October nineteenth and it will certainly go by as fast, as you could think of. Looking forward to You know we've got a lot of coaching changes you, look at, teams, like Anderson and, Ben Davis would would Jason Simmons stepping up also Crawford's Ville Sean Jerrell taken over on Net. Program Ellwood with the new coach Fairfield Gary west Hamilton heights with the new coach Brian Parker taken over and Hanover central Craig Oh, Sica at Hobart just a, lot, of new coaches not a new faces monster. Getting a new coach Peru pike, central Richmond There's about twenty five new head coach is taking, over roles I think the biggest one maybe the. Most surprise was, was was the move from of Mike, Kirschner at Ben Davis Mike Kirschner moving on Ben Davis getting. New coach as I mentioned Jason Simmons taking over at Ben Davis even acade- Joel rich, drives stepping down Bill Peebles taking over so there's a lot to there's a lot of lot of new faces. In different places so get to, see how that boats for some of the coaches and. Teams, here in the. State of Indiana when when we, get thank started which is going to be in, no time, at all What is a few weeks away from putting those pads. On and hitting some. People in in different jerseys and then I'll get started August. Tantrums some preseason action and continues as the regular season. Gets underway August seventeenth for high school football and there's no. Place that you need to be than right here following your, games right here on network Diana's Indiana sports talk as, Bob level will get you SE says from scoreboard. Update the scoreboard, update but we definitely want to hear, from the coaches and the broadcasters at these games whether it. Was in your conference or not it's it's a fun time and Bob level will be, here will be here to usher you through all of it the best he can he's been doing it for. What will be twenty five years, we'll be celebrating twenty awesome years here at network Indiana Twenty four those have been. With MS and certainly congratulations to Bob for. Twenty five years and graduations to the, show everybody everybody's, all hands on. Deck whether it's myself Mark. Craig Collins has been here a while Matt Hicks when he was here everybody filling in well Ferber did. A great job last year Bob level. Everybody that is associated with network Indiana Greg Ray straw who was also had a huge huge, footprint and it's certainly been fun coming up Dylan Welch will join. Us the son of its well she's in New Hampshire we'll talk a little racing action is. Christopher bell picked up the win and xfinity, race today Kurt Busch will start from the pole tomorrow we'll also talk with Dylan, about the upcoming sprint car race at the. Indianapolis Motor Speedway inside of, turn three race we saw on Wednesday add eldora chase Briscoe for the Camping World truck. Series win at Tony. Stewart's dirt track if you haven't been to l. door you. Gotta go it is fun I'd been in the truck Race there go on supporting Deanna sprint, week this week, there's a lot. Of great races it's peer it's entertainment it's excitement and if you, go and, you don't..

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"joel rich" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"joel rich" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"Me whatever you're in right now me just and no people say all right all right let's talk about these five star reviews i left home unreal atoms to own stitcher fast ours what kinda by k highs says my goto for all things black black houses thank you like early eighty says my favorite podcast oh foster care and her husband off mar funny and secretly my uncle in my head so appreciate of all the work they do black guy who tips is where i go for insightful take on current events comedic relief during a long commute love you guys thank you thank you betcha joel rich says first time longtime and this u2 our does she it now how they get their passes screeners i us what you wonder they put dollar sign for the essence shit okay and exclamation point what is shit when asked how you do it so you guys wanna get some cussing through i just got an skies it okay right they're not smart right so if those you was like i can't learn but i said nigga the regular way no they don't allow cussing on out june steve jobs is not fan no he's not great a levels of pasta review on stitcher yali stitcher reviews by going to the website stitcher dot com you can start the blackout tips and then you can leave it there and they will send your email to confirm that it was actually used as senate so usual real email address or we will never see review grace as as stars i finally figured it out i've been trying to get the blackout his five big ones says i started listening to the podcast i have an android and was looking for the platforms to give a galaxy of stars tvd wt deserve there's so many ways as podcast my life is real honest real honest take on the world around us with inside for humorous touch rod carrier like being or having a great conversation with your friends over space game that passionate unapologetic takes on issues that not only affect poc's but other marginalized communities.

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"joel rich" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"joel rich" Discussed on WLOB

"The man who offered to assist the family of seth rich with the cost of hiring a private investigator he told the gateway pundit that during a december 2016 conversation with the father of seth rich that the father confirmed that quote he knew what his sons did and it wasn't just one son it's more than one i'll give than just second so speaking the because you on the phone last night he told the gateway pundit the during the conversation with joel rich that seth riches father on december seventeen 2016 at three seventeen p m the father stated we know what our sons did but we just want to find seth killer they knew we all know who tusk he says and the audio recording uh there was obtained by the private investor your rod wheeler explained that sets brother aaron rich had tried to block wheeler from looking at sets computer even though there could be evidence on it wheeler said the sets girlfriend told him that aaron rich had possession of seth cell phones but aaron denied it and says we're not going to worry about the cell phones aaron also block wheeler from finding out about who was at the party seth attended the night of the murder all i want to do is work on the botched robbery theory and that's it aaron told wheeler according to use lame on the audio wheeler said the sets father jole does not appear to have any hidden agenda he said no he said i have his computer meaning him wheeler said i said well can i look at it he said what are you looking for i said anything that could indicate if seth was having problems with some one he said no i already checked at don't worry about it aaron said riches brother works written uh northrop grumman uh which was named as the fifth largest vince contractor the world in 2015 as they leave software developer now if not just hacking and defending there's a lot more to what a cyber software engineer north northrop grumman said in a video on the company's website in addition they leak phone conversation previously obtained featured awardwinning journalist saihursday confirmed that rich had made contact with wikileaks he says all i know is that he offered a sample and extensive sample i'm sure dozens of emails and i said and said i want money later wikileaks did get the password and he had.

"joel rich" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"joel rich" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"The man who offered to assist the family of seth rich with the cost of hiring a private investigator he told the gateway pundit the during a december 2016 conversation with the father of seth rich that the father confirmed that quote he knew what his sons did and it wasn't just one son it's more than one other than just second so speaking but county on the phone last night he told the gateway pundit the during a conversation with joel rich that seth riches father on december seventeen 2016 at three seventeen p m the father stated we know what our sons did but we just want to find sef's killer they knew we all know who tusk pieces in the audio recording uh that was obtained by the private investigator rod wheeler explained that sef's brother aaron rich had tried to block wheeler from looking at sets computer even though there could be evidence on it wheeler said the sets girlfriend told him that aaron rich had possession of seth cell phones but aaron denied it and says we're not going to worry about the cell phones erin also block wheeler from finding out about who was at the party seth attended the night of the murder all i wanted to do is work on the botched robbery theory and that's it aaron told wheeler according to reduce claim on the audio wheeler said the sets father jole does not appear to have any hidden agenda he said no he said i have his computer meaning him wheeler said i said well can i look at it he said what are you looking for i said anything that could indicate if seth was having problems with some one he said no i already checked at don't worry about it aaron said riches brother works for northrop grumman which was named as the fifth largest defence contractor in the world in 2015 as a lead software developer now it's not just hacking and defending there's a lot more to what a cyber software engineered nor throughout northward grohmann said in a video on the company's website in addition they leak phone conversation previously obtained featured awardwinning journalist saihursday confirmed that rich had made contact with wikileaks hey says all i know is that he offered a sample and extensive sample i'm sure dozens of emails and i said and said i want money later wikileaks did get the.

"joel rich" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"joel rich" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Sky in a deal worth more than fourteen billion in dollars last weekend pr broke news of allegations that murdoch's fox news concocted a story on the killing of a young democratic aid in order to help president trump seth rich was twenty seven years old his killing last summer in washington d c has not yet been solved where at all we all this disaster came about it correlated part sets parents marion joel rich spoke last week to npr it tore them apart again no action no one withdrew wheeler and fox news published um we're on what is bad for a as when we first learned it literally fox news reported in may that evidence showed seth rich hadley tens of thousands of emails from senior democrats despite the conclusion of us intelligence chiefs that the russians were behind the hacks destroy came under fire and fox retracted at the hold the story took on the rich family echoes the pain suffered by the family of mili dowager milli was a thirteen year old english girl who went missing in two thousand to her body was found six months later six years went by before the dollars learned that a british murdoch tabloid illegally hacked into their daughters cellphone her mother sally dollar tip justified that the revelation rekindled the families anguish i didn't sleep for about three nights 'cause you will replay everything in your minds and just think he all that makes sense that makes sense if outrage built murdoch closed down two hundred and sixty eight year old news of the world to try to salvage his bid for sky the murdoch family's already controlled roughly forty percent but the bid was doomed murdoch apologized in person to the dollars and later testified before parliament outflows onesentence this is humbled that night jammeh dollar malisse sister later appealed to then prime minister david cameron to look beyond hacking psa something needs to.

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"joel rich" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"joel rich" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Channel and a murder in the us could damage his prospects in london once again npr's david full conflict has the story the headlines could hardly come at a worse time murdoch hopes to take full control of the british satellite tv companies sky in a deal worth more than fourteen billion dollar there's last weekend pr broke news of allegations that murdoch's fox news concocted a story on the killing of a young democratic aid in order to help president trump seth rich was twenty seven years old his killing last summer in washington d c has not yet been solved where at all we all this disaster came about it correlated import sets parents marion joel rich spoke last week to npr it tore them apart again he action no one withdrew wheeler and fox news published uh we're on what is bad horror as when we first learned it literally fox news reported in may that evidence showed seth rich hadley tens of thousands of emails from senior democrats despite the conclusion of us intelligence chiefs that the russians were behind the hacks the story came under fire and fox retracted at the told the story took on the rich family echoes the pain suffered by the family of mili dowager nilly was a thirteen year old english girl who went missing in two thousand to her body was found six months later six years went by before the dollars learned that a british murdoch tabloid illegally hacked into their daughters cellphone her mother sally dollar testified that the revelation rekindled the families anguish as you can sleep for about three.

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"joel rich" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"joel rich" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"Was a part of the reason the we may end up saying that ordered people like me or you or others could buy into it and say that because let's face it when you have the number one pick in the draft regardless of whether it is a player you know or don't regardless of whether all the draft experts tell you it is a transcendent player or not they still have the number one pick and there's a level of comfort there because they have that pick the makes you feel okay about whatever is about to happen and i i'll say this i'm a part of the happy to be here club there in the eastern conference finals they're the number one seed they have exercise the playoff demons and that to me was a really big deal going into this playoff run what the celtics get a win a playoff series under brad stevens now we're of dear about that anymore now brad stevens as coach basketball team that won the game seven in a bloody seven game series against the washington wizards here's the only thing i won't feel good about with this team if they either a gets swept or be in the losses or the hammer urge hughes we are the nail and the cavs of the hammer that's the one thing i don't wanna see one twenty five ninety nine one twenty four one hundred i don't wanna see those kinds of games and i don't wanna see that repetitively if it's competitive if they push the cavs if they've got a chance to win a game or to win a game or two i think everybody is going to feel really good about this basketball team heading into next year it again at the real gresham on twitter and one eight hundred three two one wpro for those to jump in and and the twitter is jumping mr joel rich six games and yes point with house money i win kings sixty three five games and yes playing we'll house money camps and then was thinking cleveland six but i don't know why but celtics since heaven for the heck of it it's one of those well i really don't believe it however arm still going to throw it out there so it does happen i give be the the the lone wolf who said yes i thought it was going to happen he's got.

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"joel rich" Discussed on KVEL News Talk Sports AM 920

KVEL News Talk Sports AM 920

01:32 min | 4 years ago

"joel rich" Discussed on KVEL News Talk Sports AM 920

"I wish him well is going to significant efforts to get us that you are often very significant risks the twenty seventy at home i worked splendidly ends in we shop in the back is just two weeks going to run an unearned reasons as he was will be demonstrated washington so some of that was just a robbery ugliest wasn't none of that there's no find it so well you visible what are your suggestion he said alex also was take risks ok that's as close as he can come to telling you another vince forced to what the thumb on that on the trigger so now the por kids father the dead kid got rest assault this heartbroken for the joel rich has this the same click bait and it was a robbery it's fail because he still has watched us monday's still had its credit card his goal at his own so it was yet wasted effort it's not lost a life they said he was on the way to the fbi it was just before the big disclosure that led to the end of the career of boston bowman schultz they threw around after this tonight right so here we go again and or hearing about a trumpet the second amendment because of something you said last night which should by the way was stupid incidentally stupid still put play clip night for the stupid thing trump ever said i want to a volley just actually of ballers the second amendment by the way and if she gets the pick.

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"joel rich" Discussed on WJR-AM News Talk 760

WJR-AM News Talk 760

11:02 min | 4 years ago

"joel rich" Discussed on WJR-AM News Talk 760

"Next richard florida he was a big and see in turn and he was on the way to the fbi with some information and last night there was a shock story that came out of julian son sjv in the genius behind wickey leaks who went on dutch media well let's listen the clip all seven robert play it for him what makes but again his julian assad you're wickey leaks who suggest that the murdered at the nc staffer was a source of the hillary lead listen carefully though seven i wish i was going to tear it began efforts to get us mature i'm very significant risks the twenty setting a role i works with any which are not back it is just two weeks got it up front and learn reasons as it was for young street in washington so some of that was just a robbery oddly it's wasn't not that there's no finding well you get the water suggesting and sitter al sources take risks ok that's as close as he could come to tell him you another vince forced to what the thumb on the other trigger so now the por kids father the dead kid got arrested soul his hot broken for the joel rich has this the same click bait if it was a robbery it's fail because he still hasn't watching still analysts monday's still had its credit card is still his phone so it was you know wasting effort except last in life well they said he was on the way to the fbi it was just before the big disclosure that led to the end of the career of boss of women schultz they threw around after this tonight right so here we go again and or during the trumpet the second amendment because of something you set last night which should by the way was stupid incidentally stupid still put play clip nine for this too but it's think trump ever said curry wants to a volunteer essentially apology the second amendment by the way and if he gets the pick.

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