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How to Stand Strong in Every Season of Life
"A baby when they first start walking. They prefer to hold onto something. And we're like that too, and that's okay in the beginning. You want props. You want people to help you and so every time you get in trouble you, you call somebody you know you need to be encouraged into. People always have to keep you propped up, but the time comes when God's GonNa. Kick all those props out from under you and you'RE GONNA have to face the enemy yourself and learn how to stand strong. And then be strong for other people. Well this man was still laying there, depending on everybody else. Everybody else always gets ahead of me well. You know what I think I think in thirty eight years. Even if I couldn't walk, I think I could have wiggled. Thirty eight years come on. Surely, he could've wiggled over to the edge of that pool in thirty eight years. And had this attitude next year. When that angel comes I'm going to be the first in this pool or I'm going to drown trying. You know what Jesus said to him. He didn't say oh. You poor guy. Oh Wow thirty eight years and nobody. Puts you in. And everybody always gets ahead of you. No wonder you're down in life. Why Jesus get up. Get up. In the Bible there's a big exclamation mark. And then he said clean up your bed and take it with you. I like that not only does God. Want us to get up wants to clean up our mess that we've made all those years that we were lying around the Muffin. Six. Says that versus twelve and thirteen our struggle is not against flesh and blood. But. It's against the rulers, the authorities the powers. Of this dark world, and against the spiritual forces of evil in the heavenly realm. So we're fighting a war where we're in a war, but it's spiritual war. It's not a natural war. How are how are you going? beat the devil up. You can't double up your fist and hit him. You can't choke him. You can't knock him down. We have to fight him spiritually. Bursts rt says therefore put on the full armor of God. So that win, the day of evil comes you. Don't wait until you're in trouble to put on the armor of God. You wear it all the time. And the armor that God gives us. It's spiritual on her. It's not like a suit of armor like a night would have worn. It is truth the Bible says. Tightened the belt of truth. When you're standing your ground, tighten the belt of truth that means hang onto the word of God like never before. When it seems like none of it's working for you. Hang onto it like never before. Don't let the enemy steal it from you. I love Romans Eight. where it says sometimes we looked like sheep being led to the slaughter, but right in the midst of all of these things we are more than conquerors. Got To remember that when you look like a sheep being led to the slaughter. Come on somebody in that place right now. You tell somebody you know. There's not a believer that you've got victory and they think he's lost your mind. Cause Today on. You looked like none of this is working. A man, and that's what the devil wants you to believe. None of those work and you're wasting your time. But that's when you tighten that belt of truth, and you say my breakthrough WorldCom God is faithful. It's righteousness. It's knowing who you are in Christ. The breastplate of righteousness it covers your heart. The shoes of peace. The helmet of salvation. If you're going to be a Christian learned, think like a Christian. Lifting up the shield of faith. Not Good enough just to drag it around with you when those fiery darts come you lift it up. That's what I did this morning. When the Devil said you're done, you're preaching. House is good as it used to be. In the spirit. Lifted up my shield of faith. Wire went right on studying. I tell you those things because I want you to know that. No matter how long you're welcome with God. The enemy is still going to try to lie to you. It may be fewer and further between but. I think about that and I think how amazing. After all these years, and all the thousands and thousands of sermons, that I'm preached, why in the world in the middle of my studying? What I hear something like that because Satan is a liar, and he always wants to make you now here this doubt yourself.
Ear Hustle Extra: Summer Listening
"As, you know we're between seasons right now. We will be back September ninth with season six, so we're dropping into your feed today. Impart to recommend some other things to listen to why ear hustle is way, and we'll get to those in a minute first though we have to talk about covert nineteen in California prisons since our last episode at the beginning of June the virus, which had already broken out at other prisons in California hit San Quinn Heart. I am Fine New York. Thomas I'm calling from the epicenter of Kovic Fit. And now flock of fan plan, and you didn't get the CO host shit this season. I na this cool indoor. And then could we were supposed to be. Recording episode Friday on a Friday and we didn't finish. Doing Monday when I come back. Early on I, hate hearing that. I remember that I was supposed to go back in, but I was actually really scared I was going. Bring the virus in and then a few days later San Quinton barred visitors anyway, and it stayed covert free at least for a while, and the cold is. We were assuming if covy had got into San Quentin. It would be staff that brought it in because once volunteers like me. Me Stopped going in staff pretty much. The only people going from the outside in, but that's not what happened in May busloads of prisoners from California Institution for men where there were a bunch Kobe. Cases were transferred to San Quinn. It was meant to reduce crowding as see I M and slow down the outbreak there before long cases at San Quentin started to skyrocket Roussin, cellmate tested positive. Moving, but they moved so many people man they ran out of lumine isolation ran out of room and all of pictures back there, so he got stuck in. leaving. It would be for like another five days before find out I. Get my results in the mail file positive already. When did you find out or I had a clue before they tested because I had a bag man in the lead with those Colbert. report him because I want to report them. It gets fit to where everybody got over that and definitely did it. But I knew some funny with that. Headache pounded for six days. I've never had nothing to sleep in those days and then smell newest bad, and so when the results came back, I wasn't surprised. Right now I'm good, only thing I feel right now. Is that my nose a little bit congestion, but I'm over in. New York is thankfully doing okay, but the situation Quinton is dire as we're recording this on July fifteenth CDC are is reporting thirteen hundred active cases of corona virus in San. Quinn there's nearly seven hundred other guys who did test positive, but have recovered together. That's more than half the population San. Quinn and the CDC are has confirmed ten indesit San Quentin caused by corona virus. The prison is on lockdown. Guys are in their sales twenty four hours a day every. Every three days they get out to use showers and phone, and we really helpless out here, but we're trying to do something. Your Hustle is partnering with the Prison University. Project and helping to raise funds to send care packages to every person inside San Quentin, and also to help feed the staff and nudge when I told New York about this on the phone, his requests was at more food at more food. They needed. Bro Like people need it. They're definitely it'll. Make sure it's fool. Definitely another one that's. All food. That the another one that's about to come through, so you say mainly food. And full man fool fool fool. Because of the lockdown. Guys aren't working right now, so they aren't getting that small bit of money that helps them buy food at canteen, and instead of going to the chow whole. They're getting food delivered to their sales in boxes. Soul instead of hot food is crackers, bread, chips Baloney and that type of shit all day, so other food is really important. Man What else what? What are you seeing me? Like. For me, I'm going through anxiety like I can't. I can't pay I work out my study all day every day on the bottom of my face. He's Cool I love him, but he needs to go from straight, so we need some. Time but I'm going to do that right now. the sad man. It's just like all the time to be in prison right now. Friend Steve Champion has been sick to. refers. Three days I had a headache to allow myself laying down. You know at school you know. What What a blanket on the floor and I find myself, laimbeer. And I'm sleeping all the way into breakfast and make today after sleeping it. Long time I'm still tired and I'm cold. I lost my sense of pace, but not my sense of smell and term flood of food to full game so absolutely horrible. I could eat. Just couldn't eat. You know. And so You know I'm just glad that you know. that. Yeah cut him off. Man All right well. That was Our good friend. Steve Champion has been on death row for. Like thirty seven thirty eight years. And he's still up there and right now with the Kobe. Watching people pass on. Out of times, you know I I'd be sitting here like who I'm glad I in in prison or more glad everything worked out in twenty eighteen. Governor Brown seems to release me goes. My brothers in there you know displaying the sentence so I knew I would have been there displaying them, and probably fell out so I'm I'm pretty glad that I'm not in that. Environment and I mean a totally different environment right now.
Tiz The Law Owner Jack Knowlton On Belmont Win
"Will here it is Jack Knowlton visiting with Anthony's to bill on. Red Brand radio. Congratulations on a fantastic win. A lot of people feel like it was seventeen years in the making my friend. Well we finally got our triple. Crown for Sakho Toga for Barclay tag and took us two horses and seventeen years, but from what I understand. It's still kind of fight for Barclay There aren't a lot of trainers at You know is one three legs of the triple crown in recent years. Yeah and you know you guys together. Seventeen years apart, and with New York breads and I know that's the. The mantra over attack a Toga. You guys support that program as well as anyone. Well I was pretty fascinated to learn that it was one hundred thirty eight years since the new. York breaded, won the. Belmont stakes now I know a lot of people are going to say well, then really count you know at you know. It wasn't a mile and a half and Yada, Yada but. In my mind, anybody who watched that race, who questions who would have won that race? It has been a mile and a half. I think the outcome would have been exactly the same as it was at amendment eight. And, Barkley had gone on record is before the race saying you know I would have liked a mile and a half of the source, and he's a horse again. New York Brad and that's what you guys do, you? You've been high on this horse from day one. Well. I watched them train at Saratoga. I mean you're up there and I'd go over at six o'clock in the morning 'cause. That was a time of day that Berkeley landed of track. It was almost darker. She got near the end of the need of what's dark. And not only did he. You know have a good works, and you know work quickly, not crazy fast, but you know good works. But the way he galloped out, I mean they couldn't pull him up. He goes around the second turn. After you know going, pass the finish line and writers just added tremendously difficult time pulling them up junior. Alvarado was riding. Mine is is raised back then, and when I saw that we went into a first range of six and a half furlong maiden mates for New York. Badge I really had a lot of confidence and He's lived up to it so one little bump in a road when he got stuck down inside and the worst part of the race track and Kentucky Jockey Club At. The end of November other than that He really has been flawless. Yeah. That's lobby. Track back in November. He's just been He's been impeccable. The rest of the way the covid nineteen outbreak of course forced post moment of the Kentucky Derby the preakness to. The. Bom obviously the biggest change with the Belmont was not only the two weeks, but the distance. You've mentioned the ASTERISK. We'll get to that in a minute You guys pretty much. And gals I don't want to offend anybody in Saratoga those thirty-five parts of this. Is that accurate? Seven and funny is that I was that six or seventy? You guys and funny side. We had ten ten. Okay, okay only. The same folks lieutenant. And I the only holdovers class. You guys Gus Williams. He passed away several years ago as dead one of our other great partners Dave Man but Ruined I gave remaining to. Stay with it and never in the world expecting that we would get the kind of horse that we've gotten here with the law. And this was an important race for you to win Jack Not that you don't want to win. The Derby again or the preakness again, but the Belmont stakes with your dedication to new. York, Brad's and New York, and let's face it. you know in a game where horses changed hands an awful lot. You and Barclay have been together two decades at this point. This was a very important race for you guys to to tick the box on. It was, and now he's got one more coming up in my hometown Saratoga Springs I've lived thirty five years I know Barkley wants to win it badly as do I and. Really if we can you know, check this box. would include the champagne, which is the the most important two year old race. The Belmont stakes obviously being biggest Belmont. Race and We get the travers at Saratoga. That's quite a triple. And that's pretty remarkable. When you consider you know you started this twenty years ago. As pretty much. Just some friends getting together and buying some horses. We had six guys and Sackett Cyber. I find the eastern end of Lake Ontario I went to high school. We were having our usual. Memorial Day weekend, bearing barbecue, and my wife and I would go up there and visit and I had been in the harness. Business Standard Bread business I guess for about a dozen years and got out. In in ninety four. And somebody up there said well. Why don't we buy a thoroughbred and I said you know figuring I've never gonNA hear anything about it again. I said okay. I said you know, let's each put in five thousand dollars. I knew Tim Kelly at that point who's a trainer and works at is never now. so I got a hold of me and he found this a New York Brad for twenty two thousand dollars. We named him the second sex after the six of us. From Sackett Cyber and came up with the name sack Toga stable after sack I Saratoga and made ourselves Maroon and gray, which are high school college. So. That's how it all started.
Richmond Airport Police Officer Arrested for Trespassing at Building Overlooking Robert E. Lee Monument
"In airport police officer has been charged with trespassing after witnesses spotted him on a roof with a handgun overlooking the Robert E. Lee memorial in downtown Richmond police got a call at about six thirty this morning to investigate a report of an armed individual on the roof of an on a lot on occupied building overlooking the memorial in the city's famed monument Avenue thirty eight year old Riley o'shaughnessy of Richmond was taken into custody outside the building he's an officer with the police department at Richmond International Airport trespassing charge is a misdemeanor police say no weapons charges were filed because he was carrying the gun
Dallas - Injured Fort Worth Police Officer Matthew Brazeal Was Dragged Beneath Stolen Vehicle
"Now we're learning now learning the nature the nature of the injuries of the injuries at a fort at a fort worth police worth police officer officer suffered suffered last last weekend weekend after after being being intentionally intentionally hit hit by by a car a car K. R. K. realty's R. realty's Andrew Andrew Greenstein Greenstein reports reports just just before before noon noon on Saturday on Saturday officer officer met met Brazil Brazil was was hit by hit a by car a car on the west on the west loop loop three twenty three twenty as he as was he was deploying deploying stop stop sticks sticks to bring to bring a change a change to an to end an end now now we're learning we're learning that officer that officer Brazil Brazil became became trapped trapped underneath underneath the vehicle the vehicle and the and driver the driver identified identified as as thirty thirty eight year eight old year old Ronny Ronny Jackson Jackson the fort the fort worth worth drag drag him at him a high at a high rate rate of speed of speed for a for distance a distance until until he was he able was able to dislodge to dislodge police police spokesman spokesman Jimmy Jimmy pose pose on he on says he says thankfully thankfully Brazil Brazil is in is stable in stable condition condition it is it going is going to be to okay be okay but but the the all all go go especially especially with the with major the major orthopedic orthopedic interested interested he has he has requires requires for for the ability the ability shouldn't shouldn't get get back back out there out to there feel to feel as as for Jackson for Jackson he's he's charged charged with attempted with attempted capital capital murder murder evading evading arrest arrest causing causing serious serious bodily bodily injury injury and and auto auto theft theft
Dallas - Injured Fort Worth Police Officer Matthew Brazeal Was Dragged Beneath Stolen Vehicle
"We're now learning the nature of the injuries at a fort worth police officer suffered last weekend after being intentionally hit by a car K. R. realty's Andrew Greenstein reports just before noon on Saturday officer met Brazil was hit by a car on the west loop three twenty as he was deploying stop sticks to bring a change to an end now we're learning that officer Brazil became trapped underneath the vehicle and the driver identified as thirty eight year old Ronny Jackson the fort worth drag him at a high rate of speed for a distance until he was able to dislodge police spokesman Jimmy pose on he says thankfully Brazil is in stable condition it is going to be okay but the all go especially with the major orthopedic interested he has requires for the ability shouldn't get back out there to feel as for Jackson he's charged with attempted capital murder evading arrest causing serious bodily injury and auto theft
Families Challenge Suicide in Deaths of Black Men Found Hanging From Trees in South California
"Couple of the troubling cases in southern California I want to mention authorities in southern California city of Palmdale understand the death of a twenty four year old black man found hanging from a tree near city hall they originally described as an apparent suicide and that prompted outrage in the community his name was was Robert fuller and when the emergency personnel arrived they said he appeared to have died by suicide so that was one thing and then there was a another incident that occurred in southern California in December Dino county the in the Victorville area a couple weeks ago a thirty eight year old man was found hanging in a tree near the Victorville city library and they're saying again falsely not suspected in his death either as I just can't say that it should be this is a very weird thing and they are investigating and I think it's a good thing there's less to getting you know many ways to die okay but considering the current racial tension a black man hang himself from a tree definitely doesn't sit well with people right now and I would agree wholeheartedly with their calls for a full investigation I think that that should occur immediately in both those cases maybe they were maybe they were so size but it's weird to have two black men being hung you know paying them into the couple weeks of each other especially giving the what's going on during this time so I'm with the people are calling for the investigation and that should be done it should be transparent that should happen right now
‘We’re sick of it’: Anger over police killings shatters US
"Another night of unrest in every corner of the country left shattered landscapes in dozens of cities and years of festering frustrations over the mistreatment of African Americans at the hands of police boiled over in the protest that began with the police killing of George Floyd from Minneapolis where it all began to DC where the National Guard had to literally stand guard outside the White House from Los Angeles to New York and to many cities in between to list both large and small protesters took to the streets there were fires rubber bullets clashes with police tear gas in what many say was unwarranted violence from both sides LA police chief Michael Moore in I've lived through this before thirty eight years and I pray that we never be back in this type of situation U. S. attorney William Barr believes extremist rinse citing the widespread unrest voices of peaceful protest are being hijacked by violent radical elements more than two dozen cities across the country now have curfews in some states have mobilized the National Guard I'm Julie Walker
UFC Vegas: Tyron Woodley vs. Gilbert Burns
"Tonight is UFC fight night however instead of like the past few Saturday nights with the octagon and empty arena was in Jacksonville tonight competitors will be at the apex facility in Las Vegas thirty eight year old Tyron Woodley who is nineteen four and one in his MMA career will fight Gilbert burns who has just three UFC losses compared to eleven wins that'll be the main event now Woodley is considered one of the greatest welterweights of all time but he hasn't won a single round of an MMA fight in over twenty
Enterprise AI Readiness, and Moving Beyond the Hype Cycle - with Stephen Pawlowski of Micron
"SO Steve. I wanted to get a sort of kicked off here and get some of your ideas about what you really see as the core components are aspects of Ai Readiness within the enterprise. People use the term. But what do you think it means? Well it is an interesting question. I think is really kind of the genre of all things that are going to completely change and transform how business is going to be done in an essence. That's true it has been around a while and I think they're now with the advance in hardware technologies. He's abuse in terms of software and the Plethora of more data. Were starting to see transformation. People are starting to use in the starting out with point solutions and then as those point solutions start to evolve looking at targeted use cases where they happen to have a set of data and they'll call a company in and say here's my data. What can you do with it in able use it to give me any value in? Eventually it becomes transformative or changes entire organizations and businesses and typically. That's a there's the hype factor in that. It kinda dies off. And there's a general build out over twenty thirty years and so I think in a were probably still at the hype phase but eventually will start to see more and more of a gradual build out where people will start to use it as the same transformative technology that you know people used with the introduction of the microprocessors of example were the revolution that the provided got it and the I think the Internet analogy is is used serve somewhat frequently with intelligence arguably a good analogy because it's not closed off to particular use cases here. Yes so Steve. Do you when you look at where we are with a I N. You mentioned tour of the hype cycle here and then eventually the technology becoming the norm. Do you believe that we are still at the precipice of hype or do you think? We're sliding down closer to reality right. Now what's your take on that? I think we're pretty close to the precipice of hype may be starting to slide down to the backside. When I first started micron six years ago there was very little investment in terms of silicon by venture capitalists and then we just started to be inundated by more and more companies. Claimed they were doing artificial intelligence and artificial. Ai Solutions and the number of silicon companies. I've tracked has been greater than fifty. We're starting to some of those kind of taper off where there's not so many new companies coming in and the companies that are there. Some of them are doing pretty well and they're able to raise money and build a business case in still there are others that are struggling because of being able to provide a differentiation. So things seem to be. They don't seem to be on the on the feverish trend of going up and say everywhere. I think it's really getting to the point where it starting to level off fan in an. I don't know we'll see a big trough but will will start to see as just a slow and steady build out where people will not only use AI to you. Know find a cat picture or something like that but it'll be used really in the point where it becomes transformative were it's affecting our everyday life in ways that we don't understand today doing just simple things that are done you know in terms of different devices that you use like your phone whatnot analyzing your voice to potentially doing pretty substantial things like terminated ruined cyber attacks occur at tried to prevent those or something that would be very prevalent today understanding how disease can manifest itself and to be able to see how it would spread based on knowledge that we we have to date and be able to contain that in a way. That's better than the methods that we're doing today so I'm really seeing more of. It's just starting to you. Know the hype is GonNa tapering off. But I don't think we're going to get the big bubble that we saw before but just a steady build out from there. Yeah I think a lot of people have their fingers crossed that were sliding down the backside and indeed there are some companies that her surviving some companies changing their value prop every six months until they raise around. Run out of money as you had mentioned. Maybe a little bit less in terms of the proliferation of brand new ones. So hopefully. We're settling into something here when you think about sort of what it takes for a company to become Cereti for when I bring up. This question with other enterprise leaders is a lot of things that come up. Talent concerns around data sciences educating executives data infrastructure in this hardware and software. You think about event you think about a hospital becoming quote unquote. Ai Ready many of the listeners. Who were tuned in right now are asking themselves. What are the components are what for you do you think are those pieces that enterprise leaders should see as discrete aspects of the coming ready to use this new? Internet as the you use the analogy. There will you brought up most of them. I think. First and foremost you need a strategy just saying that you have a I. I don't really know what that could There's gotta be some reason why why this particular technology can take you to the next domain. The reason it's really taken off from a hardware perspective is because it's the type of computation. That's very highly. You know that can be done on a plethora of devices in you. You know you're not relying on the old trends of technology scaling like Moore's law to be able to get the kinds of capabilities that you would out of traditional computing as I'd mentioned most algorithms have been around for years and they'd run on traditional. Cpu's now people are starting to use different artwork but there really is a strategy. If if you've got good business processes and good business continuity if AI is gonna get you solutions quicker or it's allow you to be able to analyze the amount of baby. You're getting more and more in faster way than it's the technology for you. It's not gonNA essentially enhanced business capabilities that you currently have or or the services that you're providing traditional computing still has a ways to go and it could potentially be the The focal point. So I'd really focus on strategy first and then you brought up a really good run. Which is people couple years ago when we first started when I first started diving into the AI again onto to school. And then Kinda took a thirty year. Hiatus but when I started diving the day I again question people would ask me as well being from Memory Company House member used today and my answer was I didn't know now that could be my answer could have been. I don't know and then I'm going to avoid the question. What do something else or dive in. And be curious to see. What is the we need to do to be able to for I as an agreement I think there are a number of people in an organization that are going to be afraid that is going to replace job and in some cases over that may be true. But I think there's the opportunity for Enterprises to either going to be some people that want to learn and evolve providing the appropriate training providing the online courses that are available and allowing people to basically grow their skills. I think is going to be really important. Some of them may not have the desire to do that. Generally speaking I think most of them do and their jobs will change is my job is changed over the last thirty eight years. I've been in. The industry used to design things with a pencil. Now use big computers and big a very sophisticated programs through the same thing that I did but things have gotten more complex words or it's been necessary. They need to think about the data. Data's being generated in in significant ways. We've got huge data sets where it takes me just a lot of people to take that data and and label it you know. Give it the key characteristics that you would train the artificial intelligence machines to be able to recognize and be able to make decisions upon having that data in were. You're GONNA cute where you're actually going to do. The kind of work you need to do is going to be really important. Start to see more people look at colocation not only because of the speed over response but just the energy takes the mood that information to the a computer complex just to be able to do the level giving the and the needs in the data amount is going to continue to grow. We don't see that dropping off in any way shape or form and I'm convinced that there are key discoveries in data that we don't know today in so keeping it around a while until you can gain more insight and be able to apply new technologies new techniques that data. I think you're GONNA
Houston police shoot, kill 'emotional' man who fired gun into ground
"During a traffic stop around three this morning by league city police officers discovered that a woman in the vehicle was wanted on an outstanding drug warrants when the officer tried to take the woman into custody the man driving the vehicle pulled out a military style knife and reportedly lunged at the officer swinging the knife at the officers but when the man was shot by the officer he was then taken to an area hospital where he died another officer involved shooting overnight in southeast Houston neighborhood leaves a suspect is dead police say officers responded to reports of a thirty eight year old man with a gun who was drunk and emotional he reportedly refused to drop the weapon and fired it into the ground and pointed it at officers before they shot and killed him H. Rudy assistant chief Troy finner describes that we pray for this family rife with the suspect how they got to get through this but also our offices the man's wife and mother were at the scene and spoke with officers afterwards
Pick a Plan and GET AFTER IT
"Leadership means firmness not harshness or bullying understanding not weakness justice erase the freedom humaneness not intolerance generosity not selfishness pride. Not Egotism so little quote for you kick things off. This is coming very I ran across it the other day and as I ran across it I saw some of little bit of the dichotomy leadership in there and it just caught my attention. And it's a quote General Omar Bradley General with a good amount of name recognition but a general who kind of flew under the radar sometimes because he was competing with some some big names. You know he's competing with General Patton. He's compete with General Eisenhower. He's competing with General Montgomery so he kind of flew under the radar sometimes even though he does have the Bradley fighting vehicle named after him which is a awesome machine but he absolutely was a well regarded general in his own right born in eighteen. Ninety three in Randolph County Missouri worked as a boilermaker figured out he could get a free education by going to west point so he went to West Point graduated in Nineteen fifteen same years. Eisenhower by the way he was a really good athlete. Baseball Star could've played pro ball but chose to be in. The army chose to go and do his commitment to the army. One thousand nine hundred fifteen. You're probably thinking World War. One W W well. He actually didn't go to World War One and World War One. There were mining disputes in the unions in the in the minds up in Montana and they had to activate some army units to send them up there to guard the minds. And that's what he did. He did that for a little while. And then he did go to unit that was getting ready to deploy to World War One. The Spanish flu came which everyone seems to know about the Spanish flu. Now and there then there was the armistice and he didn't deploy so he didn't get any combat action in World War. One thought that that might hurt his career but he stayed in anyways ended up teaching tactics at the infantry school fast forward through the peace years may general in one thousand nine hundred forty two assigned the eighty second division the Twenty Eighth National Guard division eventually worked under General Patton as the deputy in charge of Second Corps and then took it over himself led the campaigns in Tunisia and Sicily. Ike Eisenhower selected Bradley to command the First Army during Operation Overlord D Day Command. He commanded the most troops of any general. Us General in history when he took command of the twelfth on weaker. One point three million troops to little decentralized command. Better come into play right there. Continue with all those troops to push through Europe until the fall Germany. We covered Ernie. Pyle on this podcast. Podcast number thirty nine. His book brave men. It was the heavies for my favor. Lines Ernie pyle nicknamed him the G. I. General because he was kind of a laid back down to Earth Guy didn't make a spectacle of himself. After the war he ran the VA for a while. The Veterans Administration I ever chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. During the Korean War retired in nineteen fifty-three after thirty eight years of service I found day. The Internet is amazing. I found any evaluation. You know we talk about the evaluations evaluation in the Marine Corps evaluation the navy evaluation. I found an evaluation of Bradley written by General Patent. Pretty cool because it shows it shows what type of a person patent was just in the way he wrote this thing so it says subject efficiency report through commanding general NATO USA APO five thirty four to add adjutant General War Department Washington DC name and grade of General Officer reported on Omar F Bradley Lieutenant General Period covered one July nineteen forty three to eight September nineteen forty two months in eight days duties performed commanding general to core one July nineteen forty three to eight September nineteen something unclear manner of performance superior F- Physical Activity Superior Physical Endurance Superior Knowledge of his profession superior for what command or duty would you specifically recommend him and army and then what opportunities have you had for observing him during period covered intimate daily contact. Does he rendered a willing and generous support to plans of superiors regardless of personal views. In the matter yes which is a very interesting topic to cover mean you think about what they've got in their physical duty not knowledge of his profession. What job would you recommend? Does he give generous supports to plans of superiors regardless of his personal views. No matter so this guy's going to back you up. The answer is yes and ten of all general officers of his grade. Personally known to you. What number would you give him on this list? And how many comprise your list and patterns answer is number one. I know all of them. Further remarks deemed necessary. None signed G. S. junior lieutenant general. Us Army commanded. So that's pretty awesome review. The interesting thing is if you know anything about the history of Bradley and Patton. There's some interesting dynamics. They first of all had very different personalities. Patent was you know flashy and go ego driven in a lot of ways and and Bradley was not and there's some quotes I pulled from patents journal Journals About Bradley. So it's interesting that he can have these right in that glowing like evaluation about him to try and get him promoted but at the same time here are some things he said about him. Bradley's to Conservative. He wants to wait until we can all jump into the fight together. By which time half our men will be. We'll have the flu trench foot. I wish he had a little more daring. Another one. Bradley is a good offer. Buddy utterly lacks it too bad. The IT Factor Echo Charles. Next one brag is a man of great mediocrity on the other hand. He has many attributes which are considered desirable. In general. He wears glasses which I have no idea I have no idea why. That's cool to be a general glasses. He has a strong jaw. He talks profoundly and says little and he is a shooting companion of our present chief of Staff. General Marshall also. He is a loyal man. I consider him to be among our better generals
Protective orders issued to 'Duck Dynasty' star's family
"Has three members of duck dynasty star Willie Robertson's family receive protective orders against the man is charged with shooting at homes on their Louisiana state thirty eight year old Dan king junior was booked into jail on a charge of aggravated assault by drive by shooting after two homes were struck by gunfire on the west Monroe of property belonging to Willie Robertson star that reality show about duck hunting that ran from two thousand twelve to seventeen tenure since been ordered to stay at least a thousand feet away from Willie Robertson son John Luke Robertson as well as Sir John looks wife and infant son according to local reports that order was set to run until April of twenty twenty
Bob McGinn: Packers have ‘had enough’ of Aaron Rodgers’ act
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3 men killed, toddler injured, in 3 separate shootings in Philadelphia
"Philadelphia detectives investigating the shooting death of a thirty eight year old man in the city's Germantown neighborhood police say the man was shot in the back along locust Avenue near McMahon street just after nine thirty this morning a toddler and another man were shot in the same neighborhood around the same time yesterday a hundred and eight people have been killed at the hands of another so far this year the highest in more than a
Detroit police employee diagnosed with coronavirus dies
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The Loss of Local News - A Good Story
"I work right around the corner and this is where I run and grab. The paper grabbed my coffee and breakfast sandwich rate over there morning. Having a paper. Melissa bears morning routine includes buying her local newspaper the Berkshire Eagle at Palmer's variety store. Just down the street from her house where she can check in with neighbors she sees there. It's just another way. A newspaper brings her community together. But as we've been learning in this series on what's happening to local around the country more and more communities are losing their newspapers and the reporters who go to city council sessions at school board meetings and take pictures at the high school sports events. The Pew Research Center reports that the number of newsroom employees at newspapers dropped by forty seven percent between two thousand eight and two thousand eighteen. And that's our data point for this episode of after the fact the basic problem for local news in the making for a number of years on a unfortunately. It's gotten that much worse. Less view is the print. Advertising is gradually shrinking. Greatly and after a while circulation has started falling to while they're digital news income from advertising that now from subscriptions doesn't really make up the difference. That's Rick Edmonds. Who analyzes the media business for the POYNTER Institute a journalism think tank in Saint Petersburg Florida in this series? We've been telling you about the more than two thousand newspapers that have closed in this country over the past fifteen years but the financial cutbacks that rick talks about our having a big impact on the papers that remained to ban the number of papers that are shrinking are a lot greater than the ones that are actually gone out of business and many the ones that have gone out of business are very small. You know you may be in a metropolitan area looking in the paper. This fifty people producing into there used to be two hundred and skinnier. But I'm not sure if it was going to notice that well people were noticing it in western Massachusetts the Berkshire Eagle the daily paper that in one form or another has covered that bucolic bid of New England almost since the founding of this nation had been purchased by corporate owners twenty five years ago in recent years. It faced budget cut after budget cuts. There were fewer reporters and less news was covered. Then in two thousand sixteen a group of local investors took over the eagle they're expanding coverage and hiring reports. It's also countered to the national trends that we had to go up there and talk to people about it and what a good local paper means to them from. My Office is rates. You hear wall. That's Melissa Baragan. You heard her at the beginning of this episode buying her local paper. She has lived in the Berkshires for eight years. She relies on the Berkshire Eagle to get the word out to drive donations and dollars so her organization conserve the poorest in that region. I helped low income individuals in our community specifically children around winter time with our warm clothing program which we serve over two thousand children every year. So you care a lot about the fabric of your community the civic life here yes I do. Our community matters and I'm blessed because what we do. Every day is help people who are vulnerable or need. It really doesn't feel like work. It's the good work. What's the role of your newspaper? And everything you've just described the work you do and the civic life of Here in the BERKSHIRES. The warm clothing program has been in the Berkshires for thirty eight years. The newspaper Berkshire Eagle has always supported the program. When that article hits the paper we see a huge increase in donations. Cash DONATIONS NEW COAT DONATIONS NEW BOOT donations. Now have people calling me on the phone saying what can I do to help? How can I help? Are you still looking for sponsors? It just goes to show you how important the local paper reaching people who might not have access to their phones and social media so yeah. It is really important to this program. If the paper wasn't here what would it mean for your work? I think we would be missing out on a huge demographic of the community. I think a lot of our older community relies on the newspaper to get the information that they need. It's important to have these Local newspapers Berkshire Eagle to get in the hands of the people that might not have access to news. Or what's going on in their community? The paper's gone through some changes here and local ownership has returned in the last few years. Have you noticed a difference? I have actually. I can see a lot more community interest stories because I think the paper has been more local. You see what other people are doing positively in the berkshires beyond your work. What does the Eagle mean for you just as a resident of this community? I was thinking about the local newspapers and I went back to Pennsylvania my hometown or one of the first things I did was good a coffee shop. Amrita local paper said slake picking up a little slice of what's happening in this little spot in the SA- beauty of the paper savell digging deeper and getting to the real stories of and the pulse of of things and I feel like sometimes that's lost on the Internet
"thirty eight years" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Family of thirty eight year old Zong individual outside songs home for men murdered in the backyard during the football party song feel Vang Callie's and towel and up and coming monk singer see Lee everybody from young to old just loves his music detail went to pay his respects to the family we check our Facebook all day and squabble I think it's impacting more creators worldwide here's the Mitchell reporting there are a lot of studies about accidents involving passengers without seat belts but not those sitting in the back this report found that more than eight hundred rear seat passengers were not wearing seat belts were killed last year in traffic crashes according to the study commissioned by the governors highway safety association at least half of those killed would have survived had they been belted in there was a similar report issued back in twenty fifteen but since then just two more states have enacted rear seatbelt laws twenty states have no laws requiring seatbelt use and rear seats and of the thirty states to do it's not a primary offense in eleven states Jim Chamonix CBS news who says there's gridlock in Washington when it comes to cell phones both parties are on the same page Republicans and Democrats have found one thing to agree on they don't like robo calls bi partisan leaders in Congress reached an agreement on merging their anti robo call bills making it likely that a bill will be sent to president trump this year the final bill requires phone companies to verify that phone numbers are real and block calls for free it also gives government agencies of greater ability to go after scammers Pam Coulter CBS news jeopardy's top three champions will face off beginning on January seventh that includes James holds our who just one jeopardy's tournament of champions and.
"thirty eight years" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Thirty eight year for the parade one of the largest if not the largest Labor Day parades in the United States afterwards there will be free tea service for people heading to the north shore for the rib fest at Heinz field hurricane dory and one of the strongest Atlantic storms ever recordings battering the northern Bahamas today the price you pay it's eleven part axis man is holed up with his family in Freeport the Caribbean in general. with the hurricane area but the Bahamas gets hit with more hurricanes than any other country in the Caribbean the hurricane is a category five strength with one hundred sixty five mile per hour winds in the forecast calls for Dorian to move up the southeast coast of the U. S. next in sports Pittsburgh six Rockies to on Sunday giving the pirates a four game sweep the Steelers and Joe Haden have agreed to a three year contract him colony will have more at six forty seven the news is brought to you by fort Pitt capital group your future is their focus and by the Pennsylvania center for employee ownership your employees can be part of your business legacy it's six thirty three now tied to visit window nation dot com for window nations back to school sale get two free windows for every to you by with no limit triple a traffic and accu weather coming up what is building a better bank look like it starts with building Capital One cafes warm inviting places they feel nothing like a typical bank where you can open an account with no fees or minimums in five minutes and you'll always find people ready to help you not sell you welcome to banking re imagine what's in your wallet for consumers only offered by Capital One N. A. member FDIC copies available in select locations copyright twenty eighteen Capital One. Hey is this a flex and bank of America wants to know what would you like the power to do I'm speaking with Larry di Rita regional president from bank of America DC thanks for coming thank you this city is a city full of dreamers and ought to print knows how can bank of America help one of the ways that BankAmerica supports small.
"thirty eight years" Discussed on Z104
"She loves him. That's what I got out of that. I'll welcome to the last Thursday at Thursday, January thirty first partly sunny and thirty one today Thursday what you say. Thank you. I'm still waking up the last day of January last the last Thursday, everybody the last day of January. It's Thursday January thirty first so tomorrow, we'll be in February already. Wow. Yeah. That'll be nice. And we'll be back up in the temperatures today. Thirty one tomorrow forty nine so we'll be heading back and sixties next week. So that makes you feel we just gotta get through tape. Happy birthday to Justin Timberlake today. Thirty eight years old today, we have a lot to do a lot to give you this morning. So we should hit the high points here free money coming up at seven eight nine and ten AM with the keyword for that quarter million dollar handout country mega ticket. We got a keyword for that to give you the last one that you'll need to win them. Tomorrow. Morning dirty work was really good this week. And if you missed it will catch up and around seventy five we'll try to hook up two random news today at eight o'clock with hookup or hang up, and it's throwback Thursday. So there you go. Full-day good-bye everybody. We have a lot of others. Jordan. Brought this up to me yesterday. If you haven't heard the story behind Arianna grind knees latest tattoo. We'll tell you why you need to hear this story. Plus if you're ever going to McDonald's menu working and Drake walks in treat him good. Trust me, it'll pay off Kelly Ripa may have put the hottest thing on Instagram this week, and it wasn't a photo. Plus meet the lady who might have the most interesting money-making scam going on Twitter right now and Bank robbery must be making a comeback because I have three good Bank robbery story today. I don't know. Maybe it's a new thing. Yeah. It's a trend twenty nineteen. I'm finally gonna rob that Bank New Year's resolution. So all of that and more coming up on Thursday the last Thursday ever. That's right. This morning zoo. We'll do that next back..
"thirty eight years" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Highs and deer park and he retired after thirty eight years of service with now. I learned a lot from that, man. I'm your age. I'm the same age as you. So he didn't come into my life. So I was nine years old back through my parents got divorced. He never tried to replace my dad and my dad's still around and and they got along. Well, and all he did introduce me to a lot of I throughout my life. And he didn't like the talk about the war whole lot. But he would open up from time to time and share a little bit since stories. It was. Something to see he still off that war pretty regularly at night. He would have dreams and get physical. He he would actually later in life as a scan on his arm got dinner, he would actually tear or cut his own scan on his arms fighting hand to hand combat initially, and he would yell and holler sleeping all be done with it in the morning, but. He was a very very important individual in my life. And I was glad he was part of it. Consider yourself lucky. You know, we didn't begin feeling emotions. With the advent of social media. We just no longer had a filter, and we share everything with everyone. It wasn't. In the age of keep no secrets share every personal detail have no filter that we began experiencing deep emotions. As long as we've been humans. We've had these emotions and carried them with us and tried to find ways to reconcile the demons that we saw but consider yourself lucky if you can go to sleep in your worst nightmare. Is what could happen. Or what happened on the screen? Imagine if your worst nightmare was something you actually lived through imagine. If you lived through something that Hollywood could never recreate on the scale because Hollywood can't provide the sense if you read if you read the award war novels one of the things that are World War Two history. One of the things that comes up often is the smell Hollywood can't recreate the smell awful smell of being in war in Hollywood can't recreate the volume because it has to be somewhat consistent with the dialogue. So the ear ringing. Deafening sounds and the smells and the thick air in the smoke and the horror in the fear to think that those men went through that and came home and barely spoke of it. Rarely spoke of it and most of them are gone today. So we can't thank them. We can't even ask them about it. And then you have to ask yourself. We are the torch bearers, we are the next generation and the next generation. And are we living our lives? So that seventy seven years later, people would say we answered the call of the challenges in our day. The next time you catch yourself saying, it's really tough today. It's really difficult. I dare say generations before us had it far worse than some leftist on campus or social media and let that be the clarion call that. We all be better torchbearers and representatives of this generation because guess what those future generations that we are. Now, they're watching have a wonderful weekend. We'll.
"thirty eight years" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"For thirty eight years. Thirty seven years you're going to keep demand down for thirty seven years. So some people say, well, how can the stock market has gone up so much? Well, that's funny money. That's that's got nothing to do with the real economy. We'll be right back. It's twenty two minutes. Twenty minutes. Twenty three minutes past the hour. Tom Harmon here with you. And Stevens Zimmerman Minnesota, hey, Steve, what's on your mind? I'm watching a program. I agree with things you say about. Working class. People are not getting the increase in wages at the. We'll behind for where we should be right by about three hundred percent. Yeah. Three I think it's three hundred twenty one percent is how much productivity has gone up since Reagan went into office and wages have gone up. One tenth of one percent. So all that productivity has created an enormous amount of wealth, but it's all gone to the employer class. You're right on part of that. Anal deals from sending all the working class jobs overseas. Particularly to China has really hurt meeting class. That's right. And this was a program that Reagan started and George Herbert Walker Bush largely put into place. Up when Nixon was in office. He was big on Nixon Nixon tried it. Yeah. Nixon Nixon opened the door. But I I lived in China for a month in Beijing in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight in November of eighty eight and I was studying acupuncture to hospital there. And and there were you know, Americans were starting to show up. This was the last year the Reagan presidency and Americans were starting to show up negotiate things. But there was literally nothing going on. I mean, it Beijing was third world city. The tallest buildings were five and six stories. Those were the literally the tallest buildings. Beijing everything was built on a break the air was filled with as from little charcoal or coal briquettes piles of these coal bricks in in the middle of every street. So people would just go out and get them and bring them in burn them in they heat heated only one room in the house throughout the wetter. I mean there was poor poor poor. There were no cars on the streets. I stood on tenement square. One car would go by maybe every ten minutes. It was just a see a black by. Pickles. So that was that was just as it was cracking open. Now, I mean, you've we've all seen pictures of Beijing. But what what did you disagree with me about? Well, I from the tax cuts. This year. My I'm retired. But my wife is working, and she increasing her cake won't pay. So it's not all one sure really rich people. But I get that. But Steve Steve engage in a rich people. Keagan Danny Steve lemme interrupt you. If I may because we have just a minute until it we're gonna hit a break here that I can't control. Let's let's you know, one this is logic game. Let's say that that you're making a hundred grand a year, and you're paying twenty five thousand a year in taxes. Your take home a seventy five thousand year employer knows that you're willing to work for seventy five thousand dollars a year. Basically, let's say at your taxes get cut to zero. And now you're making one hundred thousand dollars from that employer. But that employer knows that you'll work for seventy five thousand dollars a year. What do you think the employer is going to do over the next two or three years? Get your Bank. That's right. Your wages are going to go down when when working people when they're when the taxes are cut on working people. The result is over a period of time. And if you look at the tax tables, you'll see it takes two or three years, but over a period of time, those workers will be laid off and replaced with workers who are willing to work for less, or they themselves will be forbid essentially forced into a position where they work for less because employers pay based on take home so tax cuts for rich people actually put more money in their pocket because they have control over their income, but tax cuts for working people who work for other people tax cuts over time. We'll cause wages to go down the the period of the fastest wage growth in the United States was the forties.
"thirty eight years" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Is thirty eight years old. He's in the financial business in New York. He was born in Bangladesh's single. He came with his psychologist friend, and he was fine until last year, and he had pelvic pain head terrible pain, like electric shot pelvic pain. And he had a cat scan the other mass you went to one of the hospitals, one of the big hospitals. They did a biopsy. And they missed the bullseye and the week later was unable to walk because of increasing pain, and he went to a bigger hospital and in a bigger hospital. They did a scan they did a biopsy, and they did radical surgery less than one year ago. That's the one year ago, they found a big mess in the abdomen. And they did radical surgery. I remember we talked about just a few minutes ago. What is radical surgery well should be complete removal of the cancer leaving no cancer behind? Well, they did surgery and they removed the federal nerve, which means that his leg. Now doesn't work as an worked for a year. He can't kick out or raises knee. They cut up his soloist muscle and Ilias muscle. And they left him with a permanent disability. And he was on crutches for months and even worse in many ways is that they left cancer cells behind they were not a or did not do a total removal of the cancer. So they should have done a total removal, radical removal. They're hurt the nerve they hurt his leg. They cut out with his muscles going to his leg. So made them almost a Kripo, but they left the cancer behind. Well, it seems to me that if you can't get out the cancer white cutting out the nerve or the muscle. So that the patient is disabled, but not cured or even attempted to be cured. And then during this convalescence cancer traveled to the long, and he started chemotherapy and chemotherapy due to work, and they changed different chemotherapy, and it didn't work, and then he went to the emergency room. With more pain and growing masses and masses in his abdomen and severe pain and then without trying medicines that go by mouth extensively or skin that they operated on again to put a pump to go in his spine. So the hospital or the multiple procedures big operations radical surgeries but failed to remove the cancer took away the nerves to the leg took away the muscles to the legs. So he left him crippled. But didn't take away the cancer. And then they gave him chemo chemo that didn't work, and what guess what most chemo's don't work very well for sarcomas, but that didn't stop them from giving chemo chemo chemo, and then when they gave him radiation, they gave them standard radiation, they gave him standard radiation, which also doesn't work very well for sarcomas. Doctors have known for fifty years at sarcomas or radio resistant. Another reason. When we brought stereo tactic body radio surgery to America with a ninety percent success rate for sarcomas, whereas standard radiation, just doesn't work. Well, they gave him weeks and weeks actually months of treatment, the months of radiation in a work, the month's of chemo didn't work the surgery left him to formed the surgery left is like crippled and did not take away the cancer and the cancer in fact, just been growing, and then when it's growing causing pain instead of giving a medicines that can be given easily they open up as belly and stick up pump into his spine the most elaborate way to give chemotherapy and pain medicines, which isn't working either. So in fact, nothing they've done this work spent a million dollars in care. He's thirty eight years old. He's left with cancer growing in the pelvis and cancer growing in the abdomen cancer growing in the chest. All at one of those super duper. Biggest hospitals all really for nothing. None other treatments work. None of their surgery work. None of their chemo work, none of their radiation work, and he's much worse off today than ever before. And that's why he came here. He came here because he knew these in big trouble that three went to us at working and he needed better care. She's been at all the biggest hospitals uselessly with so much money spent and so much effort spent so much disability taken on by this young, man. And I can.
"thirty eight years" Discussed on WRVA
"But on our I was a bartender for thirty eight years, and you guys helped me unwind on the way home many nights. I bet you know, how to make any kind of drink. Of course, I do. Let me let me throw a trivia question at you. Sure. What was the favorite drink of Frank Sinatra? Was it a maniac hadn't it was a Jack Daniels that he would say give me a two two fingers. Jack Daniels splash water in three cubes of ice. Nice. That's what he liked. That's what I need right now. That's what he liked what you gotta go story. I'm sure do you have force Hopkins planned. My son was just starting junior high school making friends and do sleepovers, and I live in kind of rural place where you know, you have to drive your children here, and there and Nassim invited him to spend the night. And I said sure two of them. So this house beautiful a frame house surrounded by twenty acres and mother took me out. I tore the house was so proud of it just moved in and. He spent the night and that was it. He weeks later. He's the mom. Can I spend the night again at Jimmy's house, and I said sure what they don't live there anymore. I mean, they don't live there anymore. He said, I don't know they moved now it's come to this new house. I was kinda familiar with it was in my area, and the mom wasn't there. So I couldn't talk to her. But the dad way that dropped my son off and that was it. A few weeks later. They sat my son asked me if he could visit a amusement park in the big amusement park in Ohio. With the family, and he had to spend the night because they had to get up early and go well to my surprise the next morning when they were my son was walking up the lane to our farm. And I'm like what why aren't why aren't you at the newsman tired? And he said they had to lose somebody tried to strangle Jimmy and sleep. Oh, jeez. Look at my son. And I and my children's is he had this Brad ligature around his neck like somebody took a magic marker. And I said what happened, and he didn't even know it was there. Entity in his sleep tried to kill the guy at his his little body out. And so I mean, it was just crazy. So no more sleeping over at Jimmy's house. Right. Yeah. Right. A few years later. My my two sons, and I were sitting in a local Dairy Queen and. You said that house, but there is where Jimmy lands right next door when he sees them in the backyard, and we kind of made jokes. Oh, you wanna go spend the night by you know. Yeah, you remember that right? He goes on and go talk to them. Talked on everything and he came back and literally two weeks later. I was driving down that road. And that house was God. What do you mean? It was gone. There was no rubble. There was no sign that this big beautiful house with ever. They're just up and left uplift. Yeah. Hey, just up and left and became a parking lot in a small town that didn't need another parking lot eared. Yeah. It was so weird. Was it ever there? What do you think? Maybe it was a figment of everybody's imagination. Because you know, and I tried to ask people what happened the Dow. And they just you know, why I come to find out that this boy's sister an attachment both at follow them, and these poor people moved and moved, and and she, you know, I was a big she was a religious person. But this is just too big. And the house disappear to what it was knocked down Saddam racing. Your sure somebody leveled it. Yeah. Oh, yeah. It was guy leveled it was gone because I've heard some stories Laura all of houses that were just disappearing and nobody did anything to them. They were just gone texture tweet from Utah. What do you have to tell you? I don't get creeped out too much. But when I read this it's kind of weird all Carly from Tennessee, and you got a picture in your head. I'm a doctor. I was assisting in operation where we lost a patient. I have to tell you. I actually saw this guy spirit leaves body wondering if you ever have seen the spirit of a person I have never seen a spirit of a person. But I've heard many stories that doctors are people who are at the deathbed of someone see something the ectoplasms something leave the body and they've seen that. And there's. A there's a scientists wanted to measure the weight of the soul, and he has determined that when you waste somebody. And then they die and you way him again. It's a few grams less. No kidding. Oh, yes. Now, somebody could say something about liquids left the body or something. But he he he contends that's the weight of the soul. Well, it's interesting when you meet somebody, and you get a good feeling like they're good aura their spirit. I call it up taxi picture a spirit, leaving a dead person is tumble have another. Texter tweet next hour, and maybe is in Midland, Texas. Hello mimi. Good morning. George please pray because I been through tremendous interfere three times. Very tell you this story. Let's pray. Yes. I have been the whole time. I've been on hold. Please phone don't die on me. Yes. I have a way of disposing of the Ligi that is affected. How okay it is not burning like, the usual. That's the. Yeah. That's the usual way. Yes. I had a bad experience with it when I was seventeen and like you I poor people to not around anyway the way to get rid of one. But that's they tend to come back. Give it to your enemy. I'm kidding. Give it to your enemy. That's one whole. No, I wouldn't do it. Even my worst enemy, preferably have some people with you to agree with you. Big. Uh-huh. As far down as you can have the strength to do. All right. Let's say you dig a four foot hole or something. Yes. Fill it with water. Right. Pray or whatever it is. You know, you believe he's do. I like to throw holy water and a metal a good Catholic Kirk. Sure her a little insurance policy. Yes. And then terrorists or if you're close to the ocean, go out to a deep part? And dispose why does water seemed to do something and hold it back. I don't know. It's just the elements that works with it. How do you know? What works. Did you do this? Yes. Oh, you did. I don't know how I need to do this. I can't remember how I learned to do this. Where's the ouija board? Now, very I mean close too close to your house or whereas we had to carry water. So it's not, you know, it's a waste. Yeah. As far as we could. And I'm wondering if anything grows on top of it or if it's all baron. Oh my goodness. I've never check. I've never gone back there. I don't blame. You don't go. Black. Don't go back at all. We're gonna come back in just a moment though. With more ghost to ghost stories. Those are on hold. We'll get to you. And those of you are going to call you might as well make it now, Tom we'll get you and put it on hold. We've got another hour to go of ghost to go straight here on coast to coast AM. It is our tradition and as we get rolling next week. I'm gonna give you holiday updates where still going to be live for you thanksgiving and Christmas Eve Christmas night New Year's Eve new years night, all of those days fall right in the middle of the week. So I'll be doing those shows force live..
"thirty eight years" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Down the federal. Government in. The fall if congress doesn't approve money for a wall along the US Mexico border we're either getting it or with closing down government we need border security we need border security the president was speaking. Last night in Wilkes Barre Pennsylvania he also repeated his criticism. Of the media accusing reporters of diminishing, the. Results of his recent summits with North Korean leader Kim Jong UN and Russian President. Vladimir Putin the president was widely criticized by Democrats and Republicans for his comments in Helsinki after meeting with Putin where he. Appeared to question US intelligence about Russia interfering in. The twenty sixteen election sim Bob ways political opposition is. Denouncing the results of the country's presidential election NPR's Eder Peralta says allegations of vote rigging Surround the win by president Emmerson Mnangagwa you, have thirty eight years here of elections that that have never been clean, you know these were however some of the free elections. That this country. Has seen but the opposition says that the elections were rigged at the counting not. At the voting the opposition says it will challenge the election results in, court stocks in Asia finished the day mixed I'm. David Mattingly NPR news. In Washington I'm Richard. Hake on WNYC in New York with the city council. Prepared to vote soon on a plan that, would cap the growth of ride hailing outside Uber and lift for a year, outer borough, businesses are banding together. To push. Back WNYC's Stephen Nessin reports gathered at Brooklyn bowl business leaders argued that without ride hailing apps the Williamsburg boom wouldn't have happened they say the area is a major tourist destination full of bars and. Hotels and customers that rely on ride hailing apps to get. There and home and they believe the, counts Sle. Is voting on a bad plan fleas Kirby represents bars and restaurants she says. The council, shouldn't rush, this, Bill.
"thirty eight years" Discussed on Heartland Radio: Presented by The Pat McAfee Show
"Finally, thirty eight years Cepheid salty. What to go in there and lick it out. Mission? I'm good. No, no. Like I will go down and stay round just clip door area on her period rather than I would with a comfy. Yeah, I'm not. I'm not in on that one out on. I'd rather do the coming. I taste my own for I tasted no nuts. Volleyed risky adventure. But if you have the precision that we have got to stay. Guys talking to the expert actual scope and my car. Yeah, once once you come inside the girl's vagina, it's game over. That's the end of the twenty four hours. Yeah. That's it. That's it. You don't go back down there and do anything else around. It should still do stuff. You'll pick up some dental dams. Goodwill, they still make those. And here's a good rule for the lady. If I come inside you and you're on the side of the bed, that's furthest from the bathroom. You get you exit the bed on that side of. Roll over, need to go to the bathroom. So then it drips out on my chest. Will flip the. Fucking food. Very. Both legs swing off the bed simultaneously. Don't reach your one left leg over my fucking Baird sess and slowing leg over. Okay. With dripping on my chest or give a fuck, but I'm not fucking washing seats because you actually dripped onto the bed, the fucking lick it out of there. Buddy. I just my only vice. This guy is dude just clip after or just let her know that this is just something a man can do the best though we are so fucking we're the men are the worst because there's nothing hotter than if you're having sex with a girl, and then she sucks you off afterwards self. Oh yeah, that's hottest Faulk chance. We'll do it. No, no. Because we're hypocrites. Yes, that's how we like it. Fares, a place where pigs win ribbons. I never knew the big deal. For you guys down in a girl that you and she's like, she pulls you up and fucking make salad you. That's the fuck. And that's just instant hard. I mean, that's just extra hardness every other labs drop of blood in my body that can make its way down to my penis is in route on the quickness of the carpool lane. Yeah..
"thirty eight years" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Mets fan for as long as you have been here on thirty eight years old and you know i know when they had previous ownership they went after you know the the owner i remember the owner saying to to the manager go out and get me mike piazza right bynum here's a blank check i mean where is that attitude with with these guys it seems like you know it's like a like a clown show they just put on remember my ball team you know they may get a hit tonight remember scott and and you're right about the hitting you know this year it's been an app i mean it's been historically inept but let's remember this is the same ownership that did go out and spend in two thousand five that did go out and spend in two thousand nine that did go out and spend in what was it two thousand four right when they brought more vaughn in robbie alamos guy was that four or two i forget i'm getting my years mixed up here but this ownership has spent before specifically dipping into the big free agents and it hasn't been that way in a while it hasn't been that way in a while which is fine if you're developing young players better contributing for you know the rookie salaries that's not the case they're not developing young position player so what are the other has to happen and usually a combination has to happen you either need to draft and develop these players so they have an impact at the major league level while they're not demanding high salaries or you have to go out and get quality major league players for a expensive price.
"thirty eight years" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Morning at twelve thirty eight years caroline burns well we just get a phone call from a member of our kcbs phone force it's basically a drivers beware there's a report that there may be a car facing the wrong way in the fast lane with its headlights on this is on eastbound eighty before protrero avenue hopefully this caller has called nine one one to call that into chp but again might be on eastbound eighty just before portrayal avenue a car facing the wrong way in the fast lane westbound eighty four the approach to the toll plaza at the dumbarton bridge car is broken down in the left hand lane they do have a tow truck now on its way also we do now just have a report of this car it is now a spin out and it has been called into chp eastbound eighty before potrero avenue it's facing the wrong way in the left hand lane and on the bay bridge eastbound eighty just after the first street out two year buena island you'll find that the less left lanes shut down for some bridge work throughout the morning and right now no no backup your next traffic updates at twelve forty eight on the traffic leader kcbs and that's going to be our morning it's going to be wet roads and we haven't seen those for a while we've got to cational showers moving through the bay area through most of the day into the evening hours it's going to be mostly cloudy and breezy with scattered showers moving through highs today in the sixties for the most part sixty eight and san jose san francisco up to sixty oakland will at sixty two it'll be sixty five for i in santa rosa and conquered same high in redwood city san rafael we'll see a high of sixty three napa up to sixty five.
"thirty eight years" Discussed on KOMO
"A gun fire at a biker party and skyway that left two people dead and two wounded the shooting took place in a parking lot in skyway on retina avenue south around four am the king county sheriff's office says shots were fired there some victims made their way to a renton mcdonald's one person died there in a second died at a hospital shares offices other people were apparently injured in a car crash on the way to the hospital the two who died were twenty four and thirty six years old the two gunshot victims at the hospital are expected to survive a bellevue police officer is scheduled to go before a judge tomorrow accused of domestic violence saturday morning the officer was arrested and taken into custody the officer had been with the department for sixteen years he's now on paid administrative leave during the investigation the incident happened three weeks ago happening tomorrow we should learn more about some big developments concerning recent gang violence and king county the sheriff is set to announce a series of arrests related to gang crimes it's unclear at this point if those arrests are connected to the shooting that killed two teenage girls in burien last month at the time detective said they believed that shooting was gang related and the tacoma man is behind bars after police say he admitted he had twenty thousand child porn images and videos on his phone on top of that detectives say they found a video of his neighbors kids in their apartment komo's tammy matassa with the disturbing allegations families at this tacoma apartment complex a neighbor charged with possession of graphic child porn images and boyer ism is deeply disturbing the national center for missing and exploited children tipped off tacoma police about concerning online activity appears county superior court documents revealed detectives track down the thirty eight years at his according to those court docks he admitted to officers he downloads quote a lot of bad things on his cell phone and handed over the passcode detective say they found twenty thousand images and videos of child porn on his phone many of them graphic the court filings also revealed the suspect admitted to filming video through a window of his neighbors young girls playing in a bedroom it says the girls were closed and the.
"thirty eight years" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"On the app store and google blade downloaded listen over and over and over red eye radio and again is eric harley i'm gary mcnamara welcome and good morning what we played the the audio cut of the other women winning the gold medal thirty eight years ago this happened iran but impaired at least eleven hooking manhood the wow your as what is called the i think it was voted the the greatest sporting event of the 20th century so there you go the miracle on ice the uh usda uh men beating the levels of the stars winning the cup the soviet union now that was a non bowl of nothing illegal up mixture back after on in there i in a couple of other stories here before we get back to couple of calls here on uh on gun control senator bernie sanders said wednesday he did not know at the time that russian trolls promoted his 2016 presidential campaign and he wondered why hillary clinton's team did not do more to tell voters about the extent of russia's election interference in an interview on vermont public radio uh they did a lot more they paid for it.
"thirty eight years" Discussed on Super Station 101
"Jim hey jim hi joe uh uh y your previous caller is made some good points and i just wanted to touch on the uh uh lady that talked about christopher ray and his comments were the committee now uh i i was in law enforcement through through thirty eight years i i i know that the fbi is always been very a nontransparent yes and they have a kind of circle the men to circle the wagon mentality yup but in it which would they see happening now uh from what we've seen in all these cases is that i believe that the fbi has become dysfunctional and politically corrupt and it works its way from the top down it's the old saying the fish starts the right from the head down yeah and when that happens in when that happens joel uh organizations like law enforcement agents if they lose their when they have poor leadership they lose their sense of purpose and they fail in their mission and this is what we're seeing over and over again there's other cases with the fbi and the others yeah yeah hey so jim your your your thinking a pretty major league internal review of the fbi is in order there's no question they need to clean house yeah i agree men thank you happy no till friday jim i agree and jim you look at the fbi's made some some mistakes of lay that statute florida such as florida got a clean cleanness up.
"thirty eight years" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"Well to keep its mouth shut but it sounds like he he's not confident in that ability so we're just going to have to see what james does moving on to catch shia keisha keisha night polling him kishan i polio in your host hi my name is i'll be in treatment look now that was a hardwon all right that was followed ours she is lightly i use an american treasure turn on strong i mean this is rudy from the cosby show and also before you times where i see says she i mean like this she is she is it and she logs hot so i'm all about kitchen i point crew chris fay fadiga ago thirty eight years old and actress and she says that being an actor she can she feels she can identify authenticity that's going to help her in the game probably not but she had to come up something writer melissa yeah i don't like that she did not a favor big brother player it just it's like oh my god like pick somebody that means you literally couldn't think of a single person and i also don't like her plugging her quiches kitchen spices you should kitchens fix this because there are awesome yeah i'd say she could have just said like my kitchen space line that i've created but she had plugged the actual names we'd be like oh lemme look that up on yeah no that's as to god that is going to be so annoying on the show tab people plugging staff every five seconds but yeah so i mean i guess she was on celebrity apprentice uh but i don't remember her liberty from sousse liberated front us with brenna glenn food while one lights on randy's wouldn't ville she was first out key woes on celebrity apprentice she was also on celebrity more season to otherwise leyla celebrity more.
"thirty eight years" Discussed on KKAT
"Thirty eight years multiple campaigns multiple local statewide news organiser uh john lewis the way the washington post road it makes it clear they were fed opposition research i truly believe that some of the who cares mostly care because they hit and i also know that because they hid the fact that one of the other women was and democrat activists and it was all over social media so all editors luck and thirdly they wanted to give you the impression that none of that actually was taking place when in fact it was i'm those special pleader here i'm trying to unravel this just as you are roy moore was olivetti sean hannity show and here's some of the things he said cut eleven go i don't know yet from anybody i now never talked to her their doubt whether allegations of sexual misconduct with her completely balls up legally and politically motivated i believe there brought only just stopped though very successful campaign that's what they're doing uh i've never known this woman or anything with regard of the other girls stand is is forty years ago returned from the military on a day to lobby young ladies as for ms courthouse that's black and white says he doesn't know her so if she or her family have those of the two of them together being years old now's the time to show us cut twelve go your are trying to improve your innocence an words well i just like you share the dark doing is two defeats the senate campaign they're bringing something they're trying to make something out from other girls there uh never say anything.
"thirty eight years" Discussed on James MacDonald Podcast
"And don't let anyone call you on your heels about the bible don't let anyone who doesn't believe it doesn't care about it is resisting his message and its moral implications don't let anyone get you back on your heels about your confidence in the word that we have from heaven god wrote a book amen so let's look at the next verse verse fiber doing good right except that i could only be a third done because we're still in verse five some of this will come faster here it is one man was there this is like the main guy in the story one man was there who had been invalid so couldn't walk couldn't move how long what's your bible say famous me pervert thirty eight years when jesus saw him lying there and new if you like you're right in your bible underlined those two words that's just an awesome awesome description of every encounter with jesus christ he saw he knew or does he see in your life tonight what does he know to be true when jesus saw him lying there and knew that he had already been there are a long time he said he said to him do you want to be hailed now i want to criticise the lord all right someone's amen i mean i mean i tried to be super positive but i gotta say that's not an awesome question imagine if you've been lion on that map for thirty eight years.