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"slash magazine" Discussed on The Propaganda Report

The Propaganda Report

04:14 min | 2 weeks ago

"slash magazine" Discussed on The Propaganda Report

"Learning experience and you get those dinner table discussions and you're really kinda. Hey the grocery store. Look that's why there's fifteen kinds of potato chips because of spontaneous order right like what family ever like thinks about that or talks about that but when mom and dad and kids are learning together you get a lot more retention and applications these ideas and it's and it's funny because these every every one of these stories that i encountered in your books with something that you could kind of learn on the playground like you could in these kids can access these. These little cartoon characters in your book are living in the world of kids that age. And they. And that's how i feel about. I always feel about psychology and sociology. That they were kind of hijacked or even established in order to make sure that just your simple experiences. The evidence of your own eyes wasn't informing your understanding of how the world works. Well they're hidden reasons their collective things there's social forces psychological says yes. There are social psychological forces. But stuff that you can witness in your own everyday. Life are so powerful because that is true. That's just truth on. Its face and these. These books do bring those experiences to life and people can validate them in their own every day. Just by observing once it's isolated the kind of cause and effect relationship so it's very valuable in my opinion. So and then i just noticed but i think this is a new thing. I don't i haven't looked at it yet but that there's a magazine to can you tell about that so we've been doing this books for a while. We now even have books for toddlers. We have books for teenagers. really trying to basically create a content empire that helps kids of any age at learned through a variety of formats The ideas of freedom. So we got the books books for different ages. We've got podcasts. For coming out with an anime cartoon series next month the magazine is a brand new product that we launched That's tough twins dot com slash magazine. This is a monthly magazine..

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"slash magazine" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

06:13 min | 3 weeks ago

"slash magazine" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"Finished dot com slash magazine interview This guy's name was sired. G is not dead it is psychology and he wrote a really great book called regenerate. And you know this is just one example. The few share of kind of like my take on healing now. Regenerate is a book that kind of gets into the body's own capacity to be able to heal and recover when placed in the right healing environment both emotionally and physically So a few things that i that i really focus upon first of all there is an enormous enormous importance in terms of the gut the gut microbiome and the overall health of the gastrointestinal track when it comes to the gut brain axis and the immune system and the multitude of effects that a healthy orange unhealthy gut has the capacity of the human body to heal and recover. So you know. I've personally struggled gut issues nearly my entire life. And you know it's a pain in the ass literally and figuratively but as a result of kind of having to solve my own issues. I feel like i've really as a blessing. Become a real expert in digestive health and many of my clients and also for myself. we begin For to to a very great extent by looking at the gut. You know this this whole like microbiome. Air medicine is something that i think is really important when it comes to healing that's one component another component would be the idea that your genes are not your destiny ride there. There's this idea of epa genetics and our dna's response in the environment so when you're getting salivary tasks or you're finding out what your risks might be remember that your genes are simply indicating that you might be holding a stick of dynamite. That predisposes you to something like colon. Cancer or type two diabetes or something like that but that empowers you to be able to tweak and adjust everything from your nutrition to your supplementation to your exercise to be able to To to make customized changes to what you're doing based on your dna. So i take dna and the customization of someone's exercise plan and nutrition plan into account when it comes to to healing a the. The next thing that i think about quite a bit is a water. A lot of people really don't focus on the fact that roughly two thirds of the human body is made up of water and water has been thought of in the past as some type of mechanical interface. But we know you know primarily based on the research of fellows like dr gerald paula. Who's been previous podcast guest of mine that the capabilities of water in the consideration of water in terms of the importance of healing is profound. There's this idea of a fourth phase of water and so very into everything from harnessing bio photons of light To to drinking water that is clean and pure and mineral enhanced and structured and i would be another component that i that i really focus on. That might be a little bit unique. I am also very very much into marrying the neurobiology and intelligence of plants in two in the healing the body whether that would be plant based medicines or wide variety of plants and herbs and spices. I think that you know as as you probably know. If listening you know the majority of our pharmaceuticals a really derived from plant matter. And and i am convinced that we have barely been tapped into as a human species the enormous healing potential of the wide variety of created plant matter. That's around us. And i'm constantly looking into how plants show memory and learning and adaptation and a lot of other traits. That can be harnessed. Help to heal us very very similar to sunlight and photo bio modulation in the use of red light and then the fact that the human body is a battery as you can read about in books like you know. Jerry tenants Book think it's called healing voltage or robert bekker's booked body electric on constantly looking at the human body as a battery and how water and electrolyte and urging grounding and sunlight and heat and cold and the like helped to charge that battery. And i think that's a very very important off neglected component of recovery and healing that goes far beyond modern medicine fitness. And just eating a healthy diet. So that's another thing. That that i that i we've in is the importance of sunlight Another thing that sire g talks about in his book regenerate that. I'm also fully on board with. Is you know the the new quantum mechanics of biology. The idea that everything from you know photons that might not be able to be measured But yet have a profound impact on the human body are something that we really haven't learned about and there are books like the quantum doctor for example that just get into the power of things like emotions and thoughts and beliefs an electromagnetic fields and photons to be able to be something that affects the human body either for good or for ill so quantum biology is something that i also taking. Great date take take into account from from probably early early on in the days. When i began to follow the writings of guys like jack cruise you know and have just been steeped in in considering quantum biology as well when it comes to enhancing the body or enhancing the mind. So you know that that that book regenerate would-be one perfect example of you know my take on healing overall subtitle. That book is unlocking your body's radical resilience through the new biology. I'm also a big fan of stacking a lot of modalities when it comes to healing like i'm not. I'm not a physician. I don't want any of this to be misconstrued. His medical advice when people ask me for example about something like Like like cancer you know. And i'll of course get many resorts like Like the moss reports website which has a host of comprehensive downloadable reports on alternative remedies for a wide variety of cancers very helpful site Books written by by a doctor named dr nasha winters. And also dr thomas callan. I found both of those authors to be incredibly helpful when it comes to tackling cancer books like nasha winters the metabolic approach to cancer or the cancer revolution Both wonderful wonderful resources..

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"slash magazine" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

06:51 min | 3 weeks ago

"slash magazine" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"Stay tuned for the end of this episode. Because ain't over delta over so here we go well audi howdy. It's been greenfield here. You probably knew that you downloaded this. Podcast you're likely press play and you know which podcast you're listening to mine mine and yours. I suppose. since you're a participant an active listening participant. I was recently interviewed by magazine or at least they sent me over a bunch of interview e questions and other questions. Enjoy them quite a bit. As a matter of fact. I thought that it would be kind of nice to To share some of my replies to that interview with you and kind of long form audio presentation of solo sewed if you will as prone to call these episodes where slam microphone in front of my face and just talk out into the ether and hope somebody of my mom might be listening. This magazine is called the bio hackers update. And what i'm gonna do is. I'll i'll put more information. The magazine pretty much. Everything i talked about on. Today's show if you go to ben greenfield finis dot com slash magazine interview. That's ben greenfield finished dot com slash magazine interview now The questions ranged from everything about my favorite quote. My favorite book look up to and why advice for pandemic stricken world and many many other questions including those about my updated daily routine. I thought this would be a really good chance to share with you. Many of those answers in hopes that you might. You might get some value out of what i have to say so i suppose that that the the best way to go about doing is just do it. So i'm gonna do it as as they say in in brooklyn on the. I don't know if i'm brooklyn new jersey boston. Whatever i'm just going to do it. So the the first question might as well jump right into the serious stuff First question is is what is my ultimate mission in life. what is my ultimate mission in life. Well here's the thing. I don't think i've even told anybody this. Outside of my internal team which i'd be completely up the creek without a paddle without that. Were we're actually doing a full rebrand of ben greenfield finished dot com and is part of that rebrand. There is a mission statement. And i'd like to actually share that mission statement with you so that you might know the direction that my website might my podcast and me as an individual are kind of headed so So allow me to to tell you what the mission statement when when my mission in life right now is and i'm going to read this in the third person which sounds kind of kind of narcissistic and i'm fully self wear and when i talk about myself i don't know i feel like i'm talking about myself but i think this'll be useful for you. I think everybody should have a mission statement for their podcast or their life or their their blog their books or whatever they do a mission statement is very helpful. Say that purpose dame is very helpful. As a matter of fact even my family the greenfield family we have a mission statement we have an entire playbook for greenfield family. We have everything from the routines and rituals that we do when our children are eight and twelve and sixteen and eighteen and twenty five to what we do for thanksgiving what we do for easter what we do for christmas. We have our family logo. We have our family symbols designing a family crest right now that will hang above the fireplace and you know in the same way that that business creates an entire playbook for that business we actually have a playbook for the greenfield family. In a way that i think really lends itself to building legacy and also you know for for the children in the family. Really passing on to them something meaningful where they actually know what the family stands for and actually have written down somewhere. What are we what are we doing. Christmas rolls around was greenfield family. Do you know when we open presence. Where do we who who who. Who opened the first president or the ornaments go. What do we have for dinner. You know what what what What what do we do on on a tuesday night. Do we play family tennis once a week. Or is that just kind of a random thing or is that actually woven into the greenfield family tradition. You know what's what's my wife's Spirit animal favorite color and symbol. What are my son's spirit animals and colors and symbol. You could see how deep you could go on this. And perhaps someday i'll do a podcast about those type of family mission statements but back to the to the ben greenfield Mission statement and this might inspire you this mining passion you to your own mission statement but allow me to share if you will What the mission statement for for ben greenfield fitness which drummer please isn't gonna be in greenfield venice. Much longer. it's gonna be. Ben greenfield life but anyways i might be putting the cart ahead of the horse here let me tell you the mission statement every go you ready all right in the third person. Ben greenfield is a bold curious and adventurous soul with a passion for exploring savoring and celebrating. All of god's creation then sharing with teaching to the world that unique new ideas and discoveries heat unearths through his own personal journey. An exploration of both ancient wisdom and modern science ben embodies a peculiar blend of hardworking stoic fitness and healthy epicure ian hedonism refined intelligence with quirky casual humor and nerdy geeked out science with mystical spirituality rooted in his strong christian beliefs rather than finding creating and delivering conventional thoughts and orthodox approaches to solving problems. Ben instead thinks outside. The box and authentically unapologetically educates and empowers people. That's you through. Is rapidly growing platform. How to experience what it truly means to be a complete fulfilled purposeful and vibrant human. Being ben has a passion distinct talent for learning at a rapid pace ability to be able to uniquely ineffectively. Teach and disseminate the information. He has gathered and confident. Powerful voice combined with an edgy and fierce delivery method that impassioned and inspires his followers. As a speaker order. Podcasts author teacher mentor coach and energetic head turning media personality. Yup that sounds narcissistic. But i'm gonna stick with it when ben finds a new interesting compelling or life-changing discovery that he's passionate about his calling in life is to share that with others way. The positivity changes their life to where that be some taste. Bud and chanting recipe thrilling. New book a fascinating scientists. Great thinker an intriguing advance in human science or most importantly a way of connecting more deeply. God purpose love and.

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"slash magazine" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"slash magazine" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I'm Judy Woodruff on the next news hour, securing the votes we explore threats from abroad to our democracy. That's Thursday on the PBS NewsHour. NewsHour comes on after the world this afternoon at three o'clock here on Kuwaiti public Radio Woman. This is the world in Greece. Several leaders of a neo Nazi group are now behind bars. Last week, a panel of judges sentence the head of the Golden Dawn Party and his top aides to 13 years in jail. The court found him guilty of running a criminal organization. For years. Its members also committed violent crimes against migrants and activists. Golden Dawn started as a far right newspaper slash magazine in the 19 eighties, then grew to become the third largest political party in the Greek parliament. Many hope at the end of this landmark trial will mark the end of an especially dark period in Greece is recent history. The world's Lydia Manually do has more from Athens. Inside his garage turned to prayer room nine. Email. Gondor pours me a cup of tea and tells me about the day that golden Dawn verdicts came down. He says he was crying like a baby indoors, president of the Muslim Association of Greece he was born in Egypt. It has lived most of his life here the day their rulings came down. He was at the courthouse. He spent countless hours there during the 5.5 year trial, testifying as a witness and observing him every one of us Floridian. Ellender himself has been attacked and harassed by cold and don members. But he's also the guy many migrants would call when they got targeted by the group. Like there was this one time conduct of relief years. Deca October 30th 2010 almost exactly 10 years ago it was evening and his phone rang after Bangladesh. A group of 40 people from Bangladesh had gathered at a prayer space in the Athens area and got attacked. Evelyn Lookinto Golden Dawn members showed up outside the prayer room padlocked the door locked everyone inside. They started breaking the windows and throwing fire through them. No one was physically hurt. But Ellen Door says she'll never forget the way people were shaking when he showed up on the scene. This attack was not the first and certainly not the last, but it stands out for Ellen Door because it happened. Just this golden Dawn was creeping out of the fringes and into mainstream politics in this video from 2010, the group's leader and founder, Jacko's tells a crowd. Our nation is at a critical point way have a demographic problem, he says. Economic decline Jacko's ran for Athens City Council under the slogan Grease on Ly for Greeks, anyone His party tapped into the anger weeks. We're feeling over migration and austerity measures and at the height of the economic crisis in 2012, holding down got seats in the Greek parliament, Jacko stood on a balcony overlooking.

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"slash magazine" Discussed on BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast

BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"slash magazine" Discussed on BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast

"Slash magazine today and subscribe for only $5 an issue. No, I didn't just didn't just miss a that. It's literally $5 an issue. So like there's no reason not to go there right now BiggerPockets Touch magazine. Now, let's get into the interview with Jordan Harbinger Jordan. Welcome to the BiggerPockets podcast man. Good to have here. Yeah. Thanks for having me on guys. I appreciate it. Yeah, so, let's dive into your story cuz here's a little bit different than maybe most of our guests which we do a lot of the real estate, you know how to buy a duplex and that kind of stuff we met you on for a little different reason today because when it comes to networking relationships all that like you are like the guy like if I think of like the guy you're the guy and so we wanted to bring on the guy tell us about your background mean if you like have you always been like the networking kind of like go relationship, you know, everyone thought oh not at all. So I was a shy kid growing up surprise surprise middle school high were like a living hell and I thought like okay, this is terrible. I don't know how anyone lives like this. This is Jose. Awful, and as I got older I realized that a lot of the most successful people I knew were they had a lot of friends. That's what it looked like and they always knew who to call and my parents were kind of quiet. They were hard workers, but they were more more or less introverts. My dad's probably not that bad but he was always at work my mom's really quiet. So I realize like, oh some of my friends parents they have such cool opportunities and it's because the wage of outgoing and they know everyone and I can never be like that and what I started working on Wall Street as an attorney, I was actually doing real estate. So this is there's are nice. Next four BiggerPockets wage. I've realized like all right. I'm not the same kid..

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"slash magazine" Discussed on Carry The Fire Podcast

Carry The Fire Podcast

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"slash magazine" Discussed on Carry The Fire Podcast

"Boys or Whatever I. Would her record whatever few records I hadn't heard, and whatever songs on the radio at the tender age of you. Fourteen to seventeen. What was the first? Punk band that you remember like getting into. Well I pump band was the ramones. The first pumping I ever heard. And then the second and third were probably the buzzcocks. from England and the germs were from La. Okay? And did you hear about? How did you end up? Any of those bands. A record store near my house that had you know sold imports from England and sold some. You know had. A magazine Rack of fanzines. And Rock magazines a lot of fancy. Jamf it hits Slash magazine. Fencing. And bombed. and. Yeah, so the sales guy there I used to go right bye-bye bike then. Sales. Recommended to the. Pace to work to the independent record store was. Starting to band probably. Seventeen sixteen seventeen. So funded. Introduced. People in new tunes. Totally. Cool well I'M GONNA. Let you go, man. I'M GONNA. Go make some dinner for my peeps, but. It's such a pleasure to talk to you. Can I say one other thing that I wanted. It was hoping we'd touch on it, but we didn't out. Sure the the whole idea. The thing that we are in this simulation. Okay! You've heard that, right? Yes I didn't I didn't. Hear him people. Some people have a book that I'm I'm around yet. That's about it. Anyway I just think the thing about that is That's exactly the same as religion because that's exactly the same as saying guidry universe. It moves. It pushes back pushes back one, but then who may whoever made the simulation right so? It's it's exactly the same as just believe in Jehovah you might as well you know. It's just you know just a more poetic wave saying that someone made a simulation. Yes. Yeah Yeah So. What would be, it would be distinguishable from simulation in. The world we actually have it. Right exactly so? would be the difference between the the Coder who wrote the Simulation Jehovah. Well you could say that maybe the coders some like. I Dunno Shitty. Kid or something, instead of the perfect being but I mean I think. Jehovah he's. He's kind of a shooting. Right well based on jobs actions I don't WanNa be to blasphemous here. No, but is it possible that he's not the perfect being as possible like a? Shitty GOP. Yeah I'd rather believe that. People are wrong about what God is like. that. Possible, totally actually had a friend. Adam argument with a friend the other day not argument that we were discussing. And he was saying he'd rather. Believe, that. Basically the God was an asshole. Then believe that maybe the. Bible is inaccurate about its portrayal of God I was like. Okay yeah, that's why we're here I don't. Know I don't. Desire to believe that. Yeah, all right man, alright lot fun talking to you. Get conversations. We'll talk to you later. All right..

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"slash magazine" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"slash magazine" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Way more often than not in the privacy of your own home Eiji printers jamming repeatedly or not being able to reach an actual operator after punching numbers into com ads automated voice system repeatedly or pretty much anything that happens repeatedly unsuccessful repetition of any kind has resulted in shouting occasionally regarded by others as delusion all at least with regard to who she thinks will date her whether they're twenty five or possibly a movie star has an obsession with buying three books for everyone read a tendency to believe that large numbers of candles slash office supplies slash antique clocks slash Valentine's slash photos slash toys will result in some sort of self improvement and a serious television addiction more accurately the television is usually on if she isn't anyway awake whether or not it's being paid attention to however there is generally and simultaneously a laptop in her lap any one of the six books slash magazines slash journal she's usually reading at one time in her lap and art slash textiles slash beads slash yarn related project in her lap dinner or a snack food somewhere near her loud not nearly often enough is there anything warm and lifelike in or near her loud could easily be persuaded to turn off the television in order to fully participate if pleasurable lap oriented activity seemed imminent.

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"slash magazine" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"slash magazine" Discussed on WLAC

"Sign up download subscription. What do you have to do is go to? The paranormal chronicles dot com forward slash magazine or go to the paranormal chronicles dot com and you'll see on the left hand side. It says magazine click on it. To the magazine on like kindle. It's like a flip magazine. You've got everything you need. And that is amazing offers amazing stories. There's more information on haunted hearths Halford west. There's more ways to follow me. Well, at the moment at my publisher, my publisher hyphen, bucks dot com will look into paranormal special bucks. We'll continue. Right. And you can find information in the magazine or you can have two six hyphen books dot com and click on manuscript inquiry or Email me dragged paranormal chronicles at AOL dot com. If you've got a buck, you wonder why because I want to support people telling her own paranormal and spiritual stories in touch, and we'll try and make that dream come true for you free magazine. The panel chronicles dot com slash magazine free to read this. You don't have to sign up. They don't have to spend a penny or sensory the magazine issue too is coming up in March. So you can follow the magazine. I'm Ben in March, you'll be another free magazine fees filled with so much information. So if you want more dependent on spiritual life, there's a free magazine for you. I thank you for allowing me to plug that suggest that it just keeps one who stayed up late. And if you wanna learn more to the paranormal chronicles dot com slash magazine on enjoy..

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"slash magazine" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"slash magazine" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"News Radio six ninety. With Gavin Davis, given what was it that pulled you out of this rut that you were in the, you know, the attempted suicide the break up everything it seems like everything was collapsing. What turned it around for you? I just woke up, you know, obviously, I I was lucky enough to wake up after after what happened with a suicide attempt. And there was just something inside something voice Lamba just saying fight, pick yourself up change your life. You can do it. You know, I was homeless issue time and panelists and jobless and I turned around and the main key to that was by the might dependency, the most spiritual of you. I will say well somebody was looking out for me. And I am angel or something. Yeah. I think that I Taylor in in haunted Horace half address. 'cause the thing is important to say that. You know, you can feel bad bad things can happen cheaper you content around. And in the first chapter the buck. I detail. And you know, it's quite Christly. I know I tell people my is what I tried to see why tried to do and how I came out of it. I I'm blessed in my life here. I am, you know, talking to George Noory on case the case of your mazing listeners. I mentioned the paranormal Conoco's Instagram account on my like about sixty new followers, and you know, it's an amazing life. I have no daddy k it to cool about dependency and mental health issues and this gift you've got for everybody. Is this a magazine you're giving us? Yeah. If if people like to read, okay, I know people have probably quite skeptical guy comes on your radio show. And he silent another book, I want to give something to you until readers. Okay. So I've got a free magazine an electron Inc magazine. And e magazine, it's really cool. It's a hundred and twenty five pages of some of the best writers in the world. Okay. It's free to read. There's no sign up download subscription. What do you have to do is go to the paranormal chronicles dot com forward slash magazine or go to the paranormal chronicles dot com and you'll see on the left hand side. It says magazine click on it opened the link to the magazine honest, like kindle is like a flip magazine. And you've got everything you need. And that is amazing authors amazing stories. There's more information on haunted.

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"slash magazine" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"slash magazine" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Sign up. Download they subscription. Will you have to do is go to the paranormal chronicles dot com forward slash magazine or go to the paranormal chronicles dot com and you'll see on the left hand side. It says magazine click on it. Link to the magazine honest, like a kindle, it's like a flip magazine. You've got everything you need. And that is amazing offers amazing stories. There's more information on haunted hearths Hafid west. There's more ways to follow me. Well, at the moment at my publish my publisher pipe and books dot com. We're looking for paranormal unspiritual bucks, we'll continue writers, and you can find information in a magazine about that where you can have pick hyphen books dot com and click manuscript inquiry, Email me direct paranormal chronicles at AOL dot com. If you go to buck. You wanna why? 'cause I want to support people telling her own paranormal and spiritual story in touch, and we'll try to make that dream come true for you. Free magazine the paranormal chronicles dot com for slash magazine. Three threes. You don't have to sign up. These don't have to spend a penny or sensory the magazine issue too is coming up in March. So you can follow the magazine. I'm Ben in March, you'll be another free magazine. You filled with so much information. So if you want more you paranormal and spiritual life, there's a free magazine for you. Thank you. Allow me to plug that. Absolutely. Suggest. I it just keeps everyone who stayed up late. And if you wanna learn more to the paranormal chronicles dot com slash magazine on enjoy..

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"slash magazine" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"slash magazine" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

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"slash magazine" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"slash magazine" Discussed on KTRH

"There's no sign up. Download subscription. Will you have to do is go to the paranormal chronicles dot com forward slash magazine or go to the paranormal chronicles dot com and you'll see on the left hand side. It says magazine take on it opened the link to the magazine on it's like, kindle, it's like a magazine. You've got everything you need. And that is amazing offers amazing stories. There's more information on haunted hearts happened west. There's more ways to follow me. Well, at the moment at my publisher, my publisher hyphen books dot com, we're looking for paranormal special bucks. We're looking for new writers. Do you can find information in a magazine that we can have to sick hyphen books dot com and a second manuscript inquiry, Email me direct paranormal chronicles at AOL dot com. If you've got a buck you wanna like I wanna support people telling her own paranormal and spiritual stories in touch, and we'll try and make that dream come true. Free magazine at the panel, chronicles dot com slash magazine. Three three. You're gonna have to sign up. They don't have to spend a penny or sensory magazine issue too is coming up in much. So you can follow the magazine. And then in March, you'll be another three magazine fees with so much information. So if you want more, depending on spiritual life, visit free magazine for you. I thank you for allowing me to plug that. Absolutely. Suggest it just keeps everyone who stayed up late. And if you wanna learn more gated a paranormal, chronicles dot com slash magazine. I'm enjoy..

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"slash magazine" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"slash magazine" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Where with Gavin Davis. Given what was it that pulled you out of this rut that you're in the, you know, the attempted suicide the break up everything it seems like everything was collapsing. What turned it around for you? I just woke up, you know, obviously, I was lucky enough to wake up after after what happened. Suicide attempt on there was just something inside something voice Lambert, you're saying. Pick yourself up change your life. You can do it. You know, I was homeless short amount of time, and I was panelists jobless and I turned around and the main key to that was by the dependency, the most spiritual of you. I will say well somebody was looking for me. Angel or something. Yeah. I don't I I in in haunted Horace half west because the thing is important to say that you know, you can feel bad bad things can happen, but you content around and in the first chapter of the buck. I detail. You know, it's quite Christly. I know I tell people my what I tried to see why tried to do and how I came out of it. And I'm blessed in my life here. I am talking to George Noory case the case of your amazing listeners, I mentioned the paranormal chronicles Instagram account on naiad like about sixty followers, and it's an amazing life. I have no daddy k it to talking about dependency and mental health issues and this gift you've got for everybody. Is this a magazine you're giving us? Yeah. It's if people like to read a K, I know people have probably quite skeptical guy comes on your radio show. And he Sal in another book, I want to give something to you until readers. Okay. So I've got a three magazine conic magazine, and e magazine that's really cool the hundred and twenty five pages of some of the best right is in the world. Okay. It's free to read. There's no sign up. Download subscription. Will you have to do is go to? The paranormal chronicles dot com forward slash magazine or go to the paranormal chronicles dot com and you'll see on the left hand side. It says magazine click on that link to the magazine honest, like kindle, it's.

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"slash magazine" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"slash magazine" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Lee Davis, given what was it that pulled you out of this rut at your end, the, you know, the attempted suicide the break-up everything it seems like everything was collapsing. What turned it around for you? I just woke up, you know, obviously, I I was lucky enough to wake up the after what happened. With a suicide attempt. And there was just something inside something voice. Just saying. Thank you, south up, change your life. You can do it. You know, I was homeless for a time. And I spend listen jobless, and I turned around and the main key that was by the dependency, the most spiritual of you. I will say well, somebody was looking for me an angel or something. Yeah. I I fat. IT Taylor in in haunted. Horace Halford west because the thing is important to say that you know, you can feel bad bad things can happen, cheap, you content. It around chapter the buck. I detail. And you know, it's quite Christly. I know I tell people my is what I try to see why tried to do and how I came out of it. I'm blessed in my life here. I am talking to George Noory on case to case. With your Mason listeners, I mentioned the paranormal chronicles Instagram account on my like about sixty new followers, and you know, it's an amazing life. I have. No. And I'm it to Tolkien about dependency and to mental health issues and this gift you've got for everybody. Is this a magazine you're giving us? Yeah. It's if people like to read a K, I know people have probably quite skeptical guy comes on your radio show. And he Sal in another book, I want to give something to you and your readers. Okay. So I've got a free magazine conic magazine e magazine, that's really cool. It's a hundred and twenty pages. Some of the best right is in the world AK. It's free to read. There's no sign up like download subscription or you have to do is go to the paranormal chronicles dot com forward slash magazine or go to the paranormal chronicles dot com and you'll see on the left. Inside says magazine, click on it. Open a link to the magazine honest, like kindle, it's like a magazine. You've got everything you need. And that is amazing authors amazing stories. There's.

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"slash magazine" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"slash magazine" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"We're with Gavin Davis, given what was it that pulled you out of this rut that you're in the, you know, the attempted suicide the break up everything it seems like everything was collapsing. What turned it around for you? I just woke up, you know, obviously, I was lucky enough to wildcat wake up off after what happened with a suicide attempt, and they was just telling inside something voice Lambert, you're saying. Pick yourself up change your life. You can do it. And you know, I was having a issue. What time it is jobless and I turned around and the main key that was by the dependency, the most spiritual of you. I will say well, somebody was looking me and angel. Or something. Yeah. I don't I I think in in haunted hearths Hafid west. 'cause the thing is important to say that you know, you can feel bad bad things can happen cheap. But you can turn it around in the fish chapter the buck. I detail. And you know, it's quite grizzly. I know I tell people my is what I tried to see why tried to do and how I came out of it. I I'm blessed in my life here. I am talking to George Noory on case to case of your mazing listeners. I mentioned the paranormal chronicles Instagram account like about sixty followers, and you know, it's an amazing like five nine, and I'm daddy k it to talking about dependency, and I'm to mental health issues. And this gift you've got for you, buddy. Is this a magazine you're giving us? Yeah. It's if people like to read, okay, I know people have probably quite skeptical guy comes on your radio show, any silent another book, I want to give something to you until readers. Okay. So I've got a free magazine, conic magazine and e magazine, it's really cool. It's a hundred and twenty five pages of some of the fast right is in the whale. Okay. It's free to read. There's no sign up. Download subscription. What do you have to do is go to? The paranormal chronicles dot com forward slash magazine or go to the paranormal chronicles dot com and you'll see on the left inside says magazine, click on it. To the magazine honest, like a kindle, it's like a flip magazine. And you've got everything you need. And that is amazing authors.

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"slash magazine" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"slash magazine" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"So I was just trying to picture Billy zoom still had long hair at that time. He had hide it under a hat sort of remember like someone yanked his hat offs was hair came down. And then someone else they had a water bottle. You know, those big. What do you? Call water dispenser full of of wine and someone get angry at someone else and picked up the bottle to hit them with the bottles of the wine when gug off cross the whole floors, just smells like wine. I don't know what it smell it because I was beyond smell at that time. And then remember these details a little detail here. And there I remember being up front like they had like a little slope in the grass by the sidewalk here. I remember somehow I was prone on that. And I couldn't figure out how to get standing up. So. So there is that. I remember like, you know, Joan Jett being there and thinking she something she something. So so you so you wrote for slash for just a little bit. And it was mostly you could get into shows for free. Also, I thought somehow it would be a connection to something else. Yeah. And then and then what we record. Yeah. I didn't know what I figured like, you know, maybe I'd be going around the world for Esquire or something arrest. You had the idea your idea that this is Thompson. Yeah. This is going to make me really, you know shy end the drugs you guys were doing like the I mean, I know acts was into speed, right? Probably out. I'm not going to speak for them. All right. But I mean like what was the scene doing? I mean was sort of Prideaux price. We'll start out with speed and pretty quickly went to dope. Oh, yeah. Which is. I believe what happens the most scenes like it starts out. So a lot of alcohol alcohol, right? And then pills like valium, some way lose, of course. Oh, yeah. And then meth black beauties they loved to black beauty. Yeah. And then there was green ones that we're. Benziri? So like time really our jackets white crosses. Well, why crosses we're kind of like counterfeit there, which backyard made pills. I, but there a lot of pharmaceuticals, and then then and then needles came in. Yeah. So what you want was dope. But dope is very expensive. Then eight seventy. Yeah. In Los Angeles. Wasn't that black dope yet? It was like brownie Baqi, but it would be twenty five dollars a bag and like in New York at that time. I think it was five or ten. Yeah. So it was really expensive in the usually the potency wasn't what you were hoping it would be. Yeah. And this wouldn't just be for novice. This'll be all around the city. All right, right. So it was just everywhere. Well, so I way. Everywhere. It was like you had to know someone you had their house like like later on like in the early eighties. Are all of a sudden the tar, and you could buy it on the street, and it was five bucks. Right. Yeah. So the price went down for twenty five dollars to five dollars. And he threw it was a drive through a walk-through everybody could. Yeah. Yeah. Luckily, by then like, I was I was you're out. I think I was out. Yeah. So when I there's one bit, and I think it's punk allergies. Where you go to see the jams for show, John cougar opened. Yeah. Johnny cougar Johnny cougar up and there's just like the guys from slash magazine. Right. This guy's fucking Israel. They took him up the deconstructed him. They started them there. You know, like under you know. Well, that's the other interesting thing is that like by the time you get to that apartment building. What was it called to Canterbury on Canterbury arms? Like, I mean the way that like LA was situated with like. 'cause like I remember, you know, hearing kind of vague memories of New York in the seventies. But like, I, you know, these different pockets of LA that were just cast man they were just sort of like sexual chaos and drug chaos. It was well, it was a lot that area was like where was it where let's horrible. Yeah. Yeah. Hollywood Boulevard around Cherokee, right? And there's a number of blocks there all the bars were dangerous. Like looking back in retrospect, right?.

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"slash magazine" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"slash magazine" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"And I think I guess like what I think Mike watt when I talked to him really explained that whatever people call punk rock now that has become a certain sound, whatever it is that that really wasn't what that's a very that was just a stranded it. I mean, it seemed that was way more open initial right? That's right. That's what might said. It was it was it didn't have a sound. It was just a realm in which anyone could do whatever they wanted to look at the look and right with the personality that you could bring in. Yes. Same with your demographic. So what was it? When did you like what what happened? How did you punk happen here? The first thing I saw was this band called screamers here. And they were did they did there there? What do you call it their debut show? Yeah. Loft were warehouse, whatever for magazine called slash right. And then I was tracked. Slash how long did that had been around at that time, maybe two issues. Okay. One or two issue. Yeah. And then, you know, this is like like the sex. Pistols didn't have an album out yet. Maybe the damned have now. But I'm not sure the really no punk albums the number of singles like the Sex Pistols had two or three singles damage singles the clash had had maybe two singles. Yeah. And and the screamers were a local band. Yes. And then the Ramones maybe had to I would say it started with the Ramones. Yeah. And I and I have a feeling that like a lot of people from England would agree like the Ramones over there on a tour and all of a sudden there is eighty bands. So I guess it started with the Ramones. Yeah. And then here it was like, the the slash magazine became this sort of a promotional was like closing one in New York. Call the legs wrote for. Pom Paul maggot. Yeah. I have some of those two great. Yeah. So the slashes a little later than punk magazine. Right. Because punk magazine was coming out in when I was before I dropped out of college coming out my considerably seventies. Oh that late. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. It made him come out and seventy five, but I think the first I saw it was seventy six, and what were some of the bands that started to kind of surface right at that time and says, yeah, Los Angeles, the screamers the germs. Yeah. The weirdos. Yeah. The plugs. Yeah. Dan, called the skulls is Jiro 's ex, of course. Yeah. Circle jerks jokes later circle jerks where when Keith Moore's got kicked out of her five from black flag. Okay. That was a black flag was one of them black. Luckily, was a little later was actually you like if you wanna go wave lack flavored probably the star of the second way. Okay. And black flag is within. I I was you'll black flag was like the the spearhead of became hardcore. And the like this giant massive influx of. Of younger kids younger but by seventeen fifteenth. Yeah. Yeah. And just wanted to burn off some so. So can. Bash each other up, and like, but before that, it was a little more arty sort of already in the like, if you're like a gay person to hide that they were a gay person. And that was in new thing somewhat new not new in the neighborhood down at Hollywood was it was right there down Hollywood Boulevard. So it's not you know, the goal of commerce right there in the Gold Cup. You got like you'll male hustler teenage meal Hustler's out there. There's there's eighty of them. So in the neighborhood. You didn't have to heart Haiti. See like, yeah. It was crazy. It was because by the time he moved in like you when you were in Venice, and you were sort of distant from it. I just I kept picturing you working at that fucking shoe store, and it just so hung over and fucked out can't I just can't ima- like the amount of drugs that you talked about doing that in the punk allergies. Book on my. I was getting queasy. I can't you like how were you driving? What is happening? Lot would have someone else. Dr. Yeah. I had this one friend who drove really well wasting driving. The designated driver was only designated because he can. Dr Welby fucked up. Yeah. Yeah. It wasn't like he doesn't stay, you know, not to be high..

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