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The Dangerous Art of the Documentary
James Marsh (Man on Wire)

The Dangerous Art of the Documentary

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 49:37


Director James Marsh (The Theory of Everything) joins Tiller to revisit his Academy-Award winning film “Man on Wire”, a joyous and masterful documentary about high-wire daredevil Philippe Petit's 1974 stunt: performing acrobatics on a thin wire strung between the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center. Their thoughtful discussion touches on sanctifying the Twin Towers in a post 9/11 era (2:25), James's process of courting Philippe (12:14), the film's unlikely success at the Sundance Film Festival (19:00), making documentaries cinematic (24:00), trusting the audience (25:45), crafting unique reconstructions (30:42), the hidden blessings of small budgets (38:00), signing a blood pact for Philippe's film archive (42:09), and finally whether James ever intends to return to nonfiction filmmaking (46:00). 

The Christian Car Guy Radio Show
Song of Solomon 7:3 Twin Towers of Otherness

The Christian Car Guy Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 11:32


Song of Sons 7:3 Thy two breasts are like two young roes that are twins. See the three twos in the verse and you can see that the twos are significant - Right and Left, try rowing a boat with one oar and you go in circles. Grace & Truth - Bread & Wine - Hunger & Thirst - Right Brain  & Left Brain, Time & Space. Husband & wife both on time people is rare or one is neat the other messy, whatever the differences God clearly is helping us stay centered. How do these two young roes illustrate His amazing church.

Doble Doble
S6 Ep60: Doble Doble - T06E60 - Los Nets Quieren A Ime Udoka Como Entrenador

Doble Doble

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 29:11


Después del bombazo que nos cayó ayer con la salida de Steve Nash como head coach de Brooklyn, los Nets tienen en mente a Ime Udoka como nuevo entrenador, algo que levantó críticas debido a la denuncia y posterior suspensión sobre el coach en Boston Celtics. Además charlamos sobre el nivel de Kyrie Irving y si funcionan o no las Twin Towers de los Wolves, Gobert-Towns. Todo de la mano de Nico Landi, Nacho Barrón e Iván Maglio.

The Great Deception Podcast
Monday Night MasterDebaters 'Religion Has Killed the Most, Social Media is Next'

The Great Deception Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 105:42


Welcome to episode 54 of the Monday Night MasterDebaters where I had Ryan from Dangerous World Podcast, Davey Wavey from Red Pill Cartel Podcast, and Dusty & Colby from Disinfobation Podcast. This is not a Halloween episode, but we had a blast going all over. We looked at AI Replika, Dahmer, Wish Dragon, Red Heads being Race Washed, Transracial normalization, Michelle Robinson documentary, Sports are fixed, Paul Pelosi saga, Nooks, WWE Mega Powers vs the Twin Towers, Saddam Hussein's capture from Iraq, Lucifer as the good guy in programming, religion as a control mechanism, church camp, and much more. Please leave a review & share the show! Go support the great guests and the show: Dusty & Colby from !Disinfobation! Dusty: @utruthcast & @disinfobation on Twitter Unspeakable Truth Pod Colby: @conspiracyplayr on Twitter https://www.conspiracyplaytime.com https://open.spotify.com/show/0FoCBwF5EhkJ7L4L0rdWVR?si=WHg4Fpk4QoGYqDIatI4qyQ https://instagram.com/unspeakabletruthpodcast?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y= https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9mZWVkcy5zb3VuZGNsb3VkLmNvbS91c2Vycy9zb3VuZGNsb3VkOnVzZXJzOjg1NTE2MjI3Ny9zb3VuZHMucnNz?ep=14 Also find them on Rumble! Dave: Red Pill Cartel Podcast IG @daveywavey2112 IG @redpillcartelpodcast https://linktr.ee/redpillcartelpodcast https://www.patreon.com/RedPillCartelPodcast https://anchor.fm/red-pill-cartel Ryan from Dangerous World Podcast Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/DangerousWorldPodcast/posts IG: @dangerousworldpod Merch: https://dangerousworldstore.com/ Mat from The Great Deception Podcast Linktree: https://linktr.ee/thegreatdeceptionpodcast IG: https://www.instagram.com/thegreatdeceptionpodcast/ https://www.instagram.com/thegreatdeceptionpodcast_v2/ YouTube: https://youtube.com/user/Barons44 Email: thegreatdeceptionpodcast@gmail.com To Make Contributions: PayPal: https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/MatthewTerrillion?country.x=US&locale.x=en_US Venmo: https://account.venmo.com/u/Matthew-Terrillion Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/thegreatdeceptionpodcast Merch: https://my-store-cb4b4e.creator-spring.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-great-deception-podcast/support

Unstoppable Mindset
Episode 70 – Unstoppable advocate with Autism with Miyah Sundermeyer

Unstoppable Mindset

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 65:26


This is one of those episodes I love to experience because I get to discuss a topic about which I know little. Miyah Sundermeyer was diagnosed as a person who happens to be autistic. She received her diagnosis at age 11. As with many of us who happen to be persons with disabilities, the immediate reaction of medical experts and others was that Miyah could not grow up to accomplish anything. Well, she is currently working on her PHD. You will hear about her life as a person on the autistic spectrum among other things about the spectrum.   Miyah works for George State helping to raise awareness concerning autism. By any standards, she is successful, growing and she is making a difference.   About the Guest: Miyah Sundermeyer is a Minnesota native and spent the first 21 years prior to moving to Atlanta in 2003.   In 2010, she earned her associate's degree in psychology from Georgia Perimeter College before transferring her credits top Georgia State University in where she earned  her bachelor's in psychology.   She was hired at Georgia State at the Center for Leadership in Disability where she has helped gather information on autism resources across GA as well as many other roles.  All the while, working to raise Autism Awareness and Acceptance through her podcast “Hello World with Miyah and public speaking.    About the Host: Michael Hingson is a New York Times best-selling author, international lecturer, and Chief Vision Officer for accessiBe. Michael, blind since birth, survived the 9/11 attacks with the help of his guide dog Roselle. This story is the subject of his best-selling book, Thunder Dog.   Michael gives over 100 presentations around the world each year speaking to influential groups such as Exxon Mobile, AT&T, Federal Express, Scripps College, Rutgers University, Children's Hospital, and the American Red Cross just to name a few. He is Ambassador for the National Braille Literacy Campaign for the National Federation of the Blind and also serves as Ambassador for the American Humane Association's 2012 Hero Dog Awards.   https://michaelhingson.com https://www.facebook.com/michael.hingson.author.speaker/ https://twitter.com/mhingson https://www.youtube.com/user/mhingson https://www.linkedin.com/in/michaelhingson/   accessiBe Links https://accessibe.com/ https://www.youtube.com/c/accessiBe https://www.linkedin.com/company/accessibe/mycompany/ https://www.facebook.com/accessibe/       Thanks for listening! Thanks so much for listening to our podcast! If you enjoyed this episode and think that others could benefit from listening, please share it using the social media buttons on this page. Do you have some feedback or questions about this episode? Leave a comment in the section below!   Subscribe to the podcast If you would like to get automatic updates of new podcast episodes, you can subscribe to the podcast on Apple Podcasts or Stitcher. You can also subscribe in your favorite podcast app.   Leave us an Apple Podcasts review Ratings and reviews from our listeners are extremely valuable to us and greatly appreciated. They help our podcast rank higher on Apple Podcasts, which exposes our show to more awesome listeners like you. If you have a minute, please leave an honest review on Apple Podcasts.     Transcription Notes Michael Hingson  00:00 Access Cast and accessiBe Initiative presents Unstoppable Mindset. The podcast where inclusion, diversity and the unexpected meet. Hi, I'm Michael Hingson, Chief Vision Officer for accessiBe and the author of the number one New York Times bestselling book, Thunder dog, the story of a blind man, his guide dog and the triumph of trust. Thanks for joining me on my podcast as we explore our own blinding fears of inclusion unacceptance and our resistance to change. We will discover the idea that no matter the situation, or the people we encounter, our own fears, and prejudices often are our strongest barriers to moving forward. The unstoppable mindset podcast is sponsored by accessiBe, that's a c c e s s i  capital B e. Visit www.accessibe.com to learn how you can make your website accessible for persons with disabilities. And to help make the internet fully inclusive by the year 2025. Glad you dropped by we're happy to meet you and to have you here with us.   Michael Hingson  01:20 Welcome to another episode of unstoppable mindset. Glad to have you wherever you are. And I want to introduce you to Miyah Sundermeyer , who is our guest this week. Miyah has all sorts of interesting things that we get to discuss. She does a lot addressing the concept of autism. And we're going to find out why as well as other things. And she has asked me some questions about September 11 2001. And I'm curious to learn about her interest in that as well. So we'll get there. Anyway. Miyah, welcome to unstoppable mindset. How are you?   Miyah Sundermeyer  01:55 And the words of my hero and network Dr. Temple Grandin? It's really great to be here.   Michael Hingson  02:02 I have I have heard her and we're glad to have you here. Tell me a little bit about maybe your early life, your childhood and some of that stuff. Let's start. Let's start at the beginning, as Lewis Carroll would say, oh, yeah,   Miyah Sundermeyer  02:14 now you're making me think of the sound of music. Let's go.   Michael Hingson  02:19 There you go. So we'll start with dough.   Miyah Sundermeyer  02:24 And so anyway, I don't want to dry dive off topic too much. But anyway, Mr. Hingson. So my early childhood, I was born, when I was born, as it was my understanding that I was first of all stuck in the womb, and then they got me out. I had swallowed a great deal of placenta. And so there caused some a neck that caused anoxia that caused the brain damage. And so my mom and I looked at each other they when they looked at the doctor, and he spanked the fluid out of me. And so I nearly died at childbirth. But the doctors saved my life. And then what? Well, and then I started to develop according to my late aunt, I mean, she died in 2019. I lived with her for a while and she and I had a mother and daughter relationship. But that was in my 20s. At that was in most of my 20s. But when she would come and meet with my parents, and she'd meet with me, she said that other people in the room would try to talk to me, and they thought that I was deaf. So and then as I began to develop into a toddler, my mom noticed that I was staring into space. I wasn't interested in toys. And she also noticed that I would script waiting, I would copy lines from movies and TV shows and commercials. And she specifically remembers the Burger King commercial, where I said, where the old lady says, Where's the beef?   Michael Hingson  03:53 Where's the beef? Yeah.   Miyah Sundermeyer  03:55 And so my mom caught that caught me, say, where's the beef? And I do recall she said that, I think should they were outside grilling outside of a house that we were renting at the time. And I just ran upstairs and I blurted it out and my mom thought it was funny. I went where's the beef. And so that was the sign right there. And then my mom had started to wonder as to whether or not I was somewhere on the autism spectrum. But keep in mind, this was back in the 80s. And back then autism was looked at very differently. And this was even before that movie Rain Man, which by the way, is not my favorite film.   Michael Hingson  04:36 Understand. So he did a good job of acting, but I understand what you're saying.   Miyah Sundermeyer  04:41 Yeah, well, I just didn't like the idea that they were putting autism into a box. Yeah. And, you know, they just, it was just one person on the spectrum. And I mean, he was, I mean, Raymond wasn't a real character, but it's my understanding that he was based on another individual and spectrum who was known as a savant. And the thing is, the thing is there's studies suggesting that there's only 1% of the autistic population, that even suggests that you would have the Savant type syndrome. So,   Michael Hingson  05:14 anyway, so go ahead and continue. So you, you really weren't like Rain Man, which is understandable.   Miyah Sundermeyer  05:23 No, no, it's my understanding. According to my parents, I was two years old. I just thought it was a normal kid back when I was two. But, you know, I just, I just, I got in trouble a lot with with some of our babysitters, because I was just so hyper. And nobody understood that. At the same time, my mom took me to a series of doctors. And I didn't even think there was anything wrong with me. I thought that it was a normal routine. And I thought that every child went through that. I remember also going to a special preschool, and the special preschool, they had IQ testing. And they had me play with special blocks. But at the same time, when they would observe me one on one, I'd want to play with the blocks, but then the specialists but I was grabbed my fingers and stopped me from putting the blocks together. And I hated that. I just, I didn't know why.   Michael Hingson  06:26 Why, why was that, that they stopped you from putting the blocks together?   Miyah Sundermeyer  06:29 Well, they were using a special, I think they were trying to run tests on me think they were doing IQ type tests and things like that. And so I could, so I didn't understand that what they were doing was they were running some tests on me to test my IQ. And they were also trying to figure out why it was Piper at the same time. They couldn't figure out what was wrong with the autistic traits. Even though back then my mom tried talking to the doctors about actually our family doctors, you know what, I think my daughter might have autism. And they laughed at her because because autism back in the 80s was looked at like Rain Man, and was also looked at, as if everyone on the spectrum was just very, very proud. Even though, even though it was coming out that Dr. Temple Grandin, I mean, she, I mean, by the 80s, she was already beginning to share her story in meetings and conferences across America, and eventually the part of the world. So there's just nobody was making a connection.   Michael Hingson  07:37 So when did they finally decide that that autism was a part of your life?   Miyah Sundermeyer  07:43 That wasn't until I was 11, I was first diagnosed with ADHD, and I was placed on medication before that. And then I was continuing to go to the doctors, but they didn't officially diagnosed me as an autistic, or a person on the spectrum until I was 11 years old. And back then they preferred it to me as PDD NOS or which was pervasive developmental delays, hyphen, none other specified. That helps, yeah, and back then they referred to me as a woman with high functioning autism are a female with high functioning autism, which is rare. So and then I was placed into special education for the rest of my, the rest of my high school from sixth grade all the way up to 12th grade. And, you know, that's just that was a big mess. Let me tell you how so well, first of all, it started with I hated studying, I hated sitting still and doing homework, I wanted to goof off all the time. And I think which is normal for any kid. Every day, every night, my mom would struggle to get me to sit down and do my homework. And I would sit and have a fit because I hated the studying. And then on top of all that I I would fail at my grades. I mean, I would fail at my exams, because I wasn't wasn't studious. But then they put me in a special education. And I had, we had all the IQ tests, and they just basically told my mom don't waste any time with her. She'll never amount to anything. So   Michael Hingson  09:23 I mentioned before we started recording that you could go hear one of my speeches, which talks in great detail about September 11 than the fact is that part of that speech, discusses that went and was discovered that I was blinded about four months, the doctor said that my parents should put me in a home because no blind child could ever grow up and amount to anything. So we're not alone in that, are we?   Miyah Sundermeyer  09:50 No, we're not. And it's just amazing what these teach these doctors and these special education teachers. I don't know where they get these ideas from I don't know where or they get this idea that just because everyone's disabled, it doesn't mean they're going to fit into a box according to the DSM manuals.   Michael Hingson  10:08 Well, the, the fact is that no matter what they choose to believe or not, they are still reflections of society. And unfortunately, people with disabilities are still not really included, understood, or really educated about in a lot of the professions is slowly getting better. But even back in the 80s, much less back in the 1950s, when I was born and grew up, it still was, and to a large degree, today still is a problem. So we we deal with it. So tell me a little bit about the autism spectrum. I don't know a lot about that. And I don't know how many of our listeners do Can you give us a little bit of an insight as to what it is, where you fit on it and how that whole process works.   Miyah Sundermeyer  10:59 So the autism spectrum is very, very broad. If you have people on the spectrum, like myself, who can articulate we can dress ourselves, we can hold down jobs, we can go to college, we can get married. And I mean, me, I'm in a relationship right now. And you know, I have my own place. And I've got a bachelor's degree and getting ready to go back at some point and get my doctorate, I'm planning on developmental psychology. But you also have other people on the spectrum that can talk. But they have other challenges. I mean, I don't like to say, the functioning label, we don't like to say that we don't say, high functioning, low functioning, if people on the Hill, you know, we're a little more moderate, and they can talk. But socially and emotionally, their brain doesn't develop as quickly. I mean, I had some challenges on my own, and that my brain didn't start developing until I was much older. And for them, some of them actually develop the social skills of a child or social skills of a child or up to the level of a teenager. And yes, they can dress themselves, but they have very poor social skills. And then they have other challenges, like some of them have underlying conditions. Some of them have cerebral palsy, but it doesn't mean like, they're not limited from everything, they just have to work around their, their challenges or their disabilities. And some of them have to have coaching and mentoring. And, you know, they can, I mean, they can do it, but some of them need more, more coaching and mentoring. I mean, I still needed coaching and mentoring like everybody else. And then you have other people on the spectrum, the more the severe end, they can't articulate it all. And they refer to them as nonverbal. Or some other self advocates refer to them as people who don't use formal language. I mean, they can talk but they use hollow phrases, meaning that they say one word phrases, like, like, they'll like, they'll say something like, oh, or Oh, are the, they'll just quote a line from a TV show. And then there are other people on the spectrum that just cannot articulate at all, they cannot use the one word phrases, and then some of them, they just, they can't dress themselves, they can't be themselves. Some of those people ended up in group homes and those situations, I mean, it's not that they're fully broken, it's just that they can't take care of themselves. But for them, they would have to use a communicative device or use some sort of a sign language and that they have to have the extra help. But actually, what actually what they have a brain, actually, they're very, very intelligent. But they have you have to unlock that brain. And you have to teach them how to type because they have, they have thoughts like everyone else. And then you have people on the spectrum that have severe sensory input, meaning that they can't sit stay on certain sounds and they can't stand certain colors or they can't stand certain smells. Some of them have the cannot control their bodies, they cannot control their body movements. And then some of them they just, they just they cannot they cannot use the toilet by themselves. So it really ranges and   Michael Hingson  14:34 several years ago, I delivered a speech somewhere and I don't recall exactly was I think it was some sort of association of nurses and there was also someone else who spoke who was on the autism spectrum. And she said at the beginning in describing herself, that she tended to react to loud sounds and about 10 minutes into the speech. For some reason the microphone own started giving feedback. Something was too loud or whatever. And she reacted to that was a pretty for me graphic illustration and helped me understand part of of the whole process. But she she said up front that she tended to react to loud sounds and it was just the way it was.   Miyah Sundermeyer  15:21 Yeah. So by the way was this woman was this woman Dr. Temple Grandin say No, it wasn't   Michael Hingson  15:27 Temple Grandin, I have heard her speak also. But this wasn't Temple Grandin. This was with somebody else, and I can't remember who it was.   Miyah Sundermeyer  15:37 So why No, there was a Donna Williams from Australia, she had severe sensory disorders for temple said she could not stand up, she could not stand looking at fluorescent light bulbs. Actually, there's some people on the spectrum that have was it visual inputs, that I can't remember how it temporally phrased it. But according to one of her book, I think it was the way I see it, I read it in thinking in pictures that you walk under some of the fluorescent bulbs. And according to the way the brain processes information, the lights will flicker like a strobe light. So people on the spectrum that cannot stand that. And there are people on the spectrum that cannot even handle LED lights. And for I'm not one of those people. For me. I don't like micro microphone input either. I just I hate it. And then it's funny, you mentioned temple and we're talking about sensory input, she was doing an interview and she kept imitating the sound of, of a microphone input. And it hurt my ears every time she did it. Like I thought to myself temple stop doing that.   Michael Hingson  16:53 So this person, as I said, reacted when the squealing of the feedback happened. And it took her about a minute or a minute and a half to recover and be able to continue. They dealt with the issue of feedback. And the rest of the speech was fine. But it it makes sense that different people react in different ways. And that's, of course, what the whole idea of innocence, the spectrum is about. It's very difficult to sit there and say, people fit in one box and that you are somewhere on the spectrum. And somebody else might be at the same place on the spectrum as you but it doesn't mean that they necessarily react the same way you do.   Miyah Sundermeyer  17:37 Yeah, there's also speculation out there. That's why it's called. That's why you have neurodivergent because there's a saying that no two snowflakes are alike, right. And there's also another saying out there that goes up. Just because you meet one autistic, that means that you meet one autistic. And I mean, Dr. Temple and I have very, very different types of disabilities. For her, she cannot stand the feeling of stretchy clothes. And I agree with that on her. But you cannot walk in front of her while she is giving a talk. And actually I blogged for future horizons. And I've had a chance to go to some of her talks there put on by future horizons. I kept getting up to use the bathroom. And this was just before the pandemic. And you know, I kept walking and then temple called me out in front of everyone. She goes, you really don't need to be texting. Because I was sitting there tweeting about the event. And I thought I'm talking to you talking to me. And she goes, No, you walked out of here twice. And then she also said don't worry, you'll thank me later. And then she brought up one of her own life memories of a of a POS that slammed down a container of deodorant and I said you always do and she goes, Do you need to sit back? And I'm sorry? She said, Do you need to go sit in the back? And I just kept on talking. I just she just kept on talking and what were you doing anyway? And then I explained to her, Well, why don't you just explain to her what I was doing? Why it was nice. I'm not texting, I'm tweeting. I'm promoting your event and I told her what I do. And she goes, Well, what did you say? So in the first place, and then me I said temple temple I was waiting for you to get done talking. So but yeah, I've had her on my podcast a couple times. And I mean, I've known her since 2014. And I've presented alongside her before so   Michael Hingson  19:36 we were at the same event but we didn't get actually to meet. She spoke over lunch and I was near the back of the room just coincidentally so we never did really get a chance to but I was hoping to have an opportunity to do that. But she had to leave right away so we didn't get to do it, unfortunately.   Miyah Sundermeyer  19:53 Well, she's very, very nice and I think you too would hit it off. I'd love to meet her. I She would be a great guest on your show.   Michael Hingson  20:02 Well, we'd love to explore that. And if you can help us make contact, we'd love to have her on. I mean, she's a person who is extremely well known. Would would love to meet her in person. And I don't even I can probably go back and research. Where was that? I heard her. Very fascinating speaker. Needless to say,   Miyah Sundermeyer  20:23 yeah. She's so funny, too. I mean, she just ranted. It's like she's randomly funny, too.   Michael Hingson  20:30 Yeah. Well, and and that's okay. People are as they are. So you describing the whole idea of autism? And I realize they're not related. But how does autism and the way people function and behave different? Or how does it compare with, say, people with Down syndrome?   Miyah Sundermeyer  20:52 Well, for a person with Down syndrome, I don't really know much about it. I don't know much about what Down Syndrome does. But for Down syndrome, it is genetic, and that I believe that autism is genetic, too. But for Down syndrome, you have the extra chromosome, as far as I know. But I also understand that people who are downs, also have other medical conditions that are underlying, and it's my understanding that people who have Down Syndrome don't live very long as their lifespans are shorter. And I suspect as they get older, they deal with issues such as specific types of Alzheimer's disease. And so I think most of the people who are Down's and then they've died in their 30s.   Michael Hingson  21:48 I wonder about the the the intelligence level or the intelligence differences, because I know that clearly, people with autism, as you pointed out, can be extremely intelligent, it isn't really a lack of intelligence in any way. I don't know enough about Down syndrome either. To understand that,   Miyah Sundermeyer  22:05 well, there are, but there, there are advocacy group movements right now for people who are downs. In fact, there's a whole movement in the college setting called inclusive post secondary education, that allows people with Down's people who are downs that the DSM manual would refer to as an intellectual disability. And you know, for an autistic, I prefer it as I have a developmental disability, yes. But for a person with Down syndrome, they're considered to have intellectual disabilities, but they have specific curriculums now with Inclusive post secondary education. And they, they let the individuals take special class, regular college classes and be with their peers. And right at the moment, they're trying to go from just the individuals audit, auditing classes to taking college courses. But they're also trying to get them out into the world and get them into internships, where they get to do things that their normal peers do. And they're also doing other types of programs for people on the spectrum. In college settings, too. They're trying to come up with a special accommodations, because there's a large number of people on the spectrum right now that have been struggling with college because of accommodation issues, or executive functioning issues. And myself included, because I'm getting ready to I'm getting ready to go back to take some Postback classes this fall, and I'm looking for accommodations because I want I want some internships and I want to get into research and I want to build up some skill sets in that area and learn how to talk with my professors.   Michael Hingson  23:53 Well, Han, you are clearly an intelligent individual who knows what they need to have in the way of accommodations. And clearly, as we understand all being from the community of persons with disabilities, reasonable accommodations are appropriate. So is autism considered an intellectual disability in any way?   Miyah Sundermeyer  24:16 No, not that I know of. I mean, usually, you usually if you had an intellectual disability, there would probably be a dual diagnosis, you probably have someone on the spectrum, but they would also have a diagnosis if they had fetal alcohol syndrome combined with autism. Or they would have Down syndrome, which would be the intellectual disabilities and then autism, which would be the developmental disabilities. So it just really depends on how the child develops in the womb.   Michael Hingson  24:47 So you, I think, have talked a little bit about the concept of raising awareness of autism and being autistic as opposed to acceptance. Tell me about If you would,   Miyah Sundermeyer  25:01 well, actually, I believe in standing right in the middle, I believe in except in raising autism awareness and acceptance, because I think that they're both important. And I do not believe that raising awareness through organizations like Autism Speaks, and OT, and it was at the Autism Society of America, I do not believe that. That's the best way to educate people. I just think that, that way to raise awareness and acceptance are just way too big. I just think that that awareness should be more at the community level. I mean, it starts in our homeowners associations, it starts in our town halls, and it starts in our schools. It starts with our parents. And it can start by having little townhall meetings or little meetings through your homeowners association. And it starts with community building and connecting with each other. That's where the awareness starts. And then you have the acceptance part, again, at the community level, where you have families and you have individuals and you have you have employers that work in the community, that that that could also teach with Teach the individual social skills and soft skills and work skills and get these individuals employed. Because right now, what we have is just way too big. And right now there's a lot of misunderstanding about autism. And because of that we have individuals out there that are 90% either unemployed or underemployed.   Michael Hingson  26:43 That's true across all disabilities to a very large degree. I know for many years, we who happen to be blind have felt that the unemployment rate among unplayable blind people is in the 70% Roughly range. And it isn't because we can't work. It's because people think we can't work. And I suspect that it's the same for you.   Miyah Sundermeyer  27:03 Yeah, because a lot of people think that we don't, because we're autistic, they think that we don't understand something.   Michael Hingson  27:11 Yeah. And that's not necessarily true at all. Well, I'm curious about something if I, if I might, and that is that we have heard over the past several years, parents talk about not vaccinating their children because they might become autistic or that autism is caused by vaccinations and so on. And that there's been a great increase in spike in autism because of vaccinations and so on. Where do you fit into that?   Miyah Sundermeyer  27:41 So, again, I was already I already started to share showing symptoms of autism when I was developing as an infant. Because again, when I was young, my family thought that I was deaf, when it was really part of the autism, because I was probably as a baby, I was hyper, probably very hyper focused on some color, or hyper focused on something in the room as my eyesight was developing. And so I probably wasn't even paying attention to my late aunt Lois. So there's that. But as far as the vaccination goes, I do not think that that's autism at all. I think that that there's some sort of a disorder that mimics autism, but it's not autism, like look at lions disease. And I'm not saying that there's lions disease in the vaccinations, but lions disease mimics autism, I think that they could also be some sort of an allergic reaction that causes damage to the brain and somehow mimics autism, but I don't think that's autism. Or maybe they were already autistic. But perhaps there was a Mercury, there was something in the vaccinations that caused some sort of allergic reaction. And that probably aggravated I mean, I don't know, I haven't done the research. Yeah. Just off the top of my head. So I don't know. Well, the   Michael Hingson  29:06 other thing that comes to mind is that maybe the vaccinations don't have anything to do with it at all. It isn't now we are doing a much better job of diagnosing autism, and that in fact, that is caused a lot of the increase in the number of people who are diagnosed with having autism.   Miyah Sundermeyer  29:27 Yeah, that's another really good speculation. I think that one's pretty good, too. It's just that I know that Dr. Andrew, was it. Andrew Wakefield is the one that claims to have caught the that had discovered that there was mercury in the vaccinations. But his theory since since got ruled out, and I believe he was caught with plagiarism. I'm not sure. It's not good. Yeah. So I mean, his theory was ruled out. The thing is, they're people that are still believing his theories and they're still fighting back. Wow,   Michael Hingson  30:05 it's too bad that, that there tends to be a lot of that. And unfortunately, we also try to find things to blame one thing or another on when we plain just don't know enough to really understand we don't have all the answers yet. That's what science is about. And that's why it's also an evolving process. Yeah.   Miyah Sundermeyer  30:27 And science is a slow process, you know, you know, it's funny, you know, there's, you look at the media, and they're, they put all this information out there, like green tea makes you healthier. And you know, then you look, and then you look at back at those short articles, or green tea makes you sleep better. And then you click on the, on the online articles to your local paper. And then you find out that, that there's that there are other research papers that were much different than what the media have put it out there to be said,   Michael Hingson  31:06 yeah, there are a lot of misconceptions that are put out by people all over the place who don't really understand. And unfortunately, a lot of it comes from the media. But we live in a society today where basically everything gets dumped into the world, for people to see. And there are always people who believe it. And so the result is that a lot of things get spread that maybe it would be better to wait and see. Exactly. We hear about climate change today. And there are a huge number of people who just don't believe it, or it's the natural scheme of things, and there's nothing we can do about it. But a lot of people who just plain don't believe in the idea of climate change. There's way too much evidence that says that it really is something that maybe we do have some control over and that greenhouse gas emissions should be addressed. And we should deal with some of those things.   Miyah Sundermeyer  32:06 Yeah. And then there's situations where you have wildfires. I know that I understand that people can still be conservative and be careful. But I heard that isn't out there in California, there's some areas that get dry. And sometimes you have these brush fires and these forest fires that are caused by heat lightning, because the ground is so dry in California, is that true? Oh, it's   Michael Hingson  32:29 absolutely true. There are there any number of things that cause the wildfires out here, there are also in reality, a number of them that are caused by power lines that touch something and ignite a spark. And we're not doing enough fast enough to upgrade the infrastructure. But yeah, there is what he lightning can do. It is very dry. And so it's not magic to imagine that some of the fires can be created by the some of these things. And that's probably been true all along. But now, we want to find other ways to blame things rather than looking at the issues and how do we address them? Yeah, exact autism and autism is the same thing. Is it caused by something we do? I don't know that I've seen evidence of that. Is blindness caused by something we do? Well, some some people who have become blind, certainly became blind because of medical issues. Premature babies were given oxygen, pure oxygen environments and their retinas tended to malformed. And it took a while for medical science to recognize that too much oxygen might not be a good thing after all. So it's, again an evolutionary process.   Miyah Sundermeyer  33:51 Yeah, well, you know, we were, you know, I'm a big Little House on the Prairie fan. And for years, Laura's sister Laura Ingalls Wilder sister, Mary Ingalls. And I'm not just talking about the TV show, ladies and gentlemen, talking about the real historical figure Mary eagles are so first they thought she had gotten she ended up becoming blind, because she had scarlet fever. But then they discovered later on that there was some other disease in their eyes, and it just caused her eyesight to dim and then she lost it completely. And she was blind the rest of her life. Yeah. So and then there was Helen Keller, I think she saw at one point and then she became what was it blind, deaf and mute?   Michael Hingson  34:36 Correct? Yeah. But clearly had a lot of intelligence and learn to function in the world in which she lived and and hopefully helped a lot of other people grow. How to many people quote Helen Keller, but they don't really go back and intellectually understand that because of of who she was and what she did. Those quotes are meaningful and ought to be taken to heart. And it doesn't mean that we're less capable. It means that we do things in a different way. Have you ever heard? Have you ever heard people use the term differently abled?   Miyah Sundermeyer  35:17 No, I haven't. But that would make sense. But I've used the term human detour system because I was tired of the word disabled. So I decided to call it the human detour system, by learning how to focus on your abilities, and really building on those strengths and working around the things that you can never do, which, which are your disabilities, because that way you don't let the you don't let your disability steal your life and let that ruin your joy. So   Michael Hingson  35:46 well. And the reason I asked the question is, I personally don't value the concept of, quote, differently abled and have quotation because I don't think that we're differently abled, we may do things in a different way. But hey, there are lots of sighted people who do things differently because they're left handed does that make them differently abled, it only means that there may use some alternatives to what most people do. And the same if you're blind or have any other kind of disability. And I agree with you, I don't like the term disability. But I think that the community overall has tried to address that by saying you don't call people disabled people. You call them persons with disabilities. Now, for my part, I believe society in general, every single person on this planet has a disability. And people have heard me say this on the podcast. But I believe that sighted people have the disability that they're like dependent. And Thomas Edison invented the electric light bulb, to allow people to mostly cover up and ignore their disability of being like dependent until the time that there's a power failure. And then they have to run through the flashlights and the candles, but it doesn't change the fact that they have a disability.   Miyah Sundermeyer  36:58 No, it doesn't. I mean, sure, it doesn't change the fact I mean, just because I live on my own, I take the bus everywhere, it doesn't change the fact that I have a disability, you're right, I have my moments where things get too overwhelming. And I just for an autistic, sometimes things get to be too overwhelming. Like there are people there are people on the spectrum today that are scared to disclose the fact that they're autistic, because there are people that are scared to accept us. And there are people on the spectrum that like to do something called masking, which is a form of trying to blend in so people don't bully us. People don't judge us like other people on the spectrum that will love. They won't fit, they won't to stamp meaning they won't rock back and forth. They won't fidget when they're out in society. And so each day, they will go out and try to pretend to be normal, and just basically blend in like a chameleon. And then by the time they get home, they are mentally and physically exhausted. And over time that burnout builds up. Yes. So and   Michael Hingson  38:08 I think there are a lot of people with various disabilities who probably somewhat work the same way. Or they just plain resent the disability. And it oftentimes takes a long time, if at all that people recognize it's nothing wrong with being different. There's nothing wrong with having this so called disability. And I agree with you, I wish there were a better term. But it is the term that we have. And society is great at changing definitions. I mean, look at diversity. We should be included in diversity, but we're not because that is anyone with a disability. The conversation tends not to include us they talk about race and gender and sexual orientation. Disabilities generally aren't included.   Miyah Sundermeyer  38:56 Yeah, yeah. And it's just like, people don't understand that, you know, they, they think that we're whining. And we're not, we're saying, Hey, we're disabilities are part of diversity, too.   Michael Hingson  39:09 Yeah. And so it's important that people start to recognize that it's okay. Now, I and I mentioned speeches that I given that we have on the podcast, if you listen to the second show, on our podcast, you will hear me deliver a speech that I love to call moving from diversity to inclusion, because I won't accept that you can be partially inclusive, either you are inclusive, or you're not. And if you're inclusive, then you need to, and you must include disabilities otherwise you're not inclusive.   Miyah Sundermeyer  39:42 Yeah, exactly. So when did you start your podcast   Michael Hingson  39:46 started at last September, actually. So we've done 38 shows so far, we were given a we actually made Editor's Choice for podcasts magazine in February of 2022 total Surprise, but excited by that. That's awesome. So yes, it's kind of exciting. You mentioned September 11. What is your interest in what did you bring up the concept of September 11?   Miyah Sundermeyer  40:12 Well, I just want to I read that you're a survivor? Oh, yeah, you're the first person I have talked to that has actually been in those buildings. I mean, actually, I take that back. I have friends, I have friends up in the DC area. And they didn't see the Pentagon get blown up. But they said that they were on their way to work. And everything shut down. And because the the Metro in DC was shut down, they spent three hours walking home. Well, I wanted to talk to you about your experiences, because you're the first person I have met, that that was actually in those attacks and 911 what you know, is a part of my life, just like it's a part of everyone's life.   Michael Hingson  40:59 And how did you how did you react to September 11? What What was it like for you?   Miyah Sundermeyer  41:04 So 911 For me, it was very interesting. And I remember I was I was staying at a hospital with a friend and she was a teenager, it was a teenage pregnancy. And she was a girl I grew up with. And so I was in the hospital supporting her and her mom with a new baby. And the baby, the baby's father was there. And I remember getting up the next morning, and I was planning on moving to the same area that my friend and her boyfriend and her mom were and they were going to help they were going to start helping me the next day as well as the kids settled in with that new baby. But anyway, I went downstairs, I had breakfast, and I was waiting for the gift shop to open when a few nurses came in. And they started talking about somebody trying to take over America. And I said what's going on? And one of the nurses kind of brushed me off she went, then she walked away. And I said, Did I just hear you say that someone's trying to take over America. And I heard well, then the Pentagon just got bombs. And at first I blew it off. And I walked out of the cafeteria and I went over to the gift shop which was not open. And I looked and there was a waiting area by the the emergency room. And I walked over, I walked over there and I saw smoke on TV and I said what's going on? And someone said, Bob, and then I heard there was a plane that slammed into the World Trade Centers. And so I sat there trying to take in the same and I was watching as a both of the Twin Towers were on fire. It was just a very unrealistic situation. And, of course, I was so zoned out by it, that I completely. I completely missed the south tower collapse. And I thought I thought what's going on, I just thought there was a lot of smoke. And then someone said that the cell tower has collapsed. That's why you're seeing all the smoke. And then all of a sudden I saw one tower Tandy standing, that was the North Tower. And I first thought, well, at least there's one tower left. And then I was able to go to the gift shop and buy and buy that present for my friend and go back upstairs. But they were just turning on the radio. And I just hopped back in the elevator and I thought, yeah, I think the SEC, yeah, I think the North Tower was going to fall. So I went upstairs, told my friend turn on the TV. And as I was, as I was turning on the TV, there, you know, there was this, there was the North Tower falling. And I remember just I remember being very, I remember feeling very sick after that. I mean, I almost threw up when I saw the second one fall   Michael Hingson  43:56 so much less, much less the Pentagon, but of course I will I don't know actually did they? Did they show much on the news about the Pentagon? Because when I heard about it, I spoke I had been speaking with my wife after both towers fell. So of course the Pentagon was a different thing. But I don't know how much they actually showed us the Pentagon on the news.   Miyah Sundermeyer  44:18 Oh, they went back and forth. But I just remember seeing more of the footage of the World Trade Centers than I remember everybody in the hospital. I mean, they were trying to get my friend out of the hospital that everybody. Everybody was focused on the attacks, even when everybody was at the hospital working.   Michael Hingson  44:39 Yeah, everyone, of course, got focused on this because it's something that we had never experienced before. Yeah. And it became a, needless to say, a very intense thing. And I agree with most people, you'll always remember where you were on September 11. I was in the eighth grade. Read when President Kennedy was shot, it's the same sort of thing, because I remember that I was in my whole class was taking a test in our Constitution and government class in the eighth grade. And Mr. Brown was reading me the questions quietly while everyone else was taking the written tests. And of course, my job was to answer them. And my seventh grade teacher, Mr. Ren Zullo, came in and just quietly spoke to Mr. Brown. And I heard it that President Kennedy was just shot, turn the TV on. And of course, it wasn't long than before he died, the flags went to half staff, and everyone was sent home. So when there are major events like that, yeah, we do remember where we are. And then the issue is, how do we deal with them? And that's what ultimately is, is what we have to discuss regularly and think about is, how do we deal with events like this when they occur?   Miyah Sundermeyer  46:04 Yeah. So me when I saw the World Trade Centers fall, it was very hard for me, you know, when they fell, because it was hard for me to even imagine that there were people in there when they fell. And so I thought, I thought too, that maybe everybody had gotten out, but they did.   Michael Hingson  46:20 Yeah, they didn't. The people. And by the way, mostly that was the people who were above the impact points of the airplanes. I think about 90%, as I heard about it from a police officer, 90% of the people we lost were above where the planes hit. So there were very few people, relatively speaking, who were below who didn't make it out. But it doesn't matter. There were still people who didn't. And we should remember and honor those people always.   Miyah Sundermeyer  46:49 Yeah, I remember seeing video footage on the news, if they were family members that were in denial, this isn't there. They were showing pictures of their loved ones. This is my husband is missing. And you know, just seeing just seeing the reaction of them. You know, you know, that whole grief process? Can you find my loved ones, please? Can you find my loved ones?   Michael Hingson  47:13 So one of my stories of September 11, is that two weeks later? Was it two weeks? I think it was I was in the city meeting with someone. And my wife called and said that she had just gotten a call from someone who was looking for me. And the way the phone call went was that when my wife answered, the guy asked if this was the hingson residence, and of course, she said yes. And he said, Well, I'm I'm trying to find Michael Hinkson. Is this where he lives? And she said, Yes. And he was very uncomfortable. And he said, Well, is Is he okay? And she said, Well, yes. Why are you asking? It turns out that he worked for 9x, which is, of course, now part of Verizon. And he had been on the pile, which it was back then that is the the, the remains of the towers, they were looking for bodies and looking for people and so on. And he found a plaque with my name on it. He took it home, he polished it up. And then he started trying to find me on any of the lists. wasn't on any of the the list of people who'd passed at least as far as they knew, as far as he knew. Anyway, somehow he eventually tracked us down. And so while I was in the city, I did meet him and he gave me the plaque and so on, and we got a chance to meet and visit. But I can almost well I can understand people saying, well, would you help me find my loved one because at the at least at the beginning, and for some time, it wasn't necessarily very clear who totally survived and didn't survive. Really? Did   Miyah Sundermeyer  49:13 they ever find anybody alive under the rubble, not after   Michael Hingson  49:17 the first day or two. But there were a couple of people who were, for example, in the stairwell of one of the towers, who, if you will rode the stairwell down, there was I think, a police officer. And there was a woman that I believe a day or two days later, they were digging through and eventually I think she yelled and they were able to pull her out. So there were a couple. So it's one of those kinds of events where you just never know. And that's why people do a lot of searching after events like this because you don't know who might be surviving and who might not be surviving.   Miyah Sundermeyer  49:59 Yeah, So you were mentioning that 911 wasn't as just walking down the stairs, trying to get out wasn't as scary for you?   Michael Hingson  50:07 Well, for me, and again, this is something we've talked about, but I'll, I'll I'll answer your question. I spent a lot of time, once I was working in the World Trade Center, exploring it, I was the Mid Atlantic region sales manager for a computer company. So it was my job to run an office to run our facility in New York. And my position was to do that I needed to make sure that I knew everything I could about where things were around the World Trade Center, how to get from place to place, what were the emergency evacuation procedures, what were the fire safety procedures, and so on. And I spent a lot of time over weeks learning that which really created a mindset for me, that told me that I knew what to do in an emergency. And so as a result, when it happened, that mindset kicked in. We're actually now working on a book to talk about that. Because what I've realized as a public speaker who's been traveling and speaking about September 11, now for 20 plus years, what I've not done is begun to teach people, how they can learn to not let fear as I call it, blind them, but rather use fear as a powerful tool to help and control their fears. So it's something that we're working toward. And I think that that is that same fear is the same sort of thing that all of us as persons with disabilities face from so many people who are just afraid, or why don't want to end up like them. In one sense, I think at some level, they realize disabilities is an equal opportunity, contributor to people's lives, and they could become a person with a disability in some way. I know. And, and the problem is that, so if you do, do you have the strength? Or will you find that you have the strength to learn to do things in a different way? And that's what people are so uncomfortable about?   Miyah Sundermeyer  52:17 Yeah, now had I had I been in the towers that day, I probably would, if I wasn't, that wasn't super high up, like at the top, like, looking out, I think, if I would have seen the scene, the South Tower on fire, I wouldn't, you know, I would have seen the explosion, I would have been gone, I would have ran down those stairs, and I would have gotten out of there.   Michael Hingson  52:38 Sure. Running wouldn't necessarily have worked because the stairs were pretty crowded. And in fact, when people started to panic on the stairs, we worked to, to try to keep them quiet, or at least to calm them down. To recognize that we all were in this together, we're all going to work to get out together. And a number of us had those kinds of things that we had to work on during the trip down. For me when the plane hit, we were 18 floors below where the plane hit and tower one. So I was on the 78th floor, but no one near me physically in the building at all, no one on our side of the building knew what happened. Because the plane hit on the other side of the building 18 floors above us. So if I had known an aircraft hit the building, I think I can say it wouldn't have made a difference, because I still knew that we had to use the skills and knowledge that we had to get out. But I love information. There were a couple of times that people could have told us. One was when firefighters were coming up. And then when we got down to the bottom, we met someone from the FBI and in both cases, they didn't want to talk about what happened and I can understand that they don't know me they don't know what would throw somebody into panic. But again, my situation would be different than yours. And you you might even just because of autism be more prone to panic or not. I don't know. But you know that's Well that's   Miyah Sundermeyer  54:08 no for me it would have been fight or flight. Yeah, so But So how long did it take you to get down the stairs was I read? How long did it take you to get down the stairs with your coworker?   Michael Hingson  54:20 Well from the time the plane hit until we got outside it was an hour.   Miyah Sundermeyer  54:25 So it took you an hour to get down. Wow. Yep, I know. So read that. The the sprinkler systems were going off down the stairwells as well.   Michael Hingson  54:36 They're probably later on there were the sprinkler systems were on at the bottom when we got got there. But when we were going down the stairs the sprinklers weren't on where we were. And I don't know I assume that there were sprinklers in the stairs. But this I don't know whether there were but the sprinkler systems at the bottom of the stairwell were on there. He formed a barrier between the exit to the stairwell and the lobby of the World Trade Center towers. And you can imagine why that was they wanted to make sure that if fire broke out in the lobby, it wouldn't get into the stairwell. Or if it did get into the stairwell in the air currents took it down, that the fire wouldn't get out into the lobby. So there was a goodly amount of water that was falling from the sprinklers.   Miyah Sundermeyer  55:26 Yeah. And then, you know, sounds like you got out, Nick time to?   Michael Hingson  55:30 Well, I got out from tower one at 945. So we had a little bit of time to get away. But at the same time, we ended up very close to tower to when it collapsed. So we were about 100 yards away. So we ended up having to face it.   Miyah Sundermeyer  55:47 You had to face all that, from what I read you the face all the dust, what do you do to cover your faces?   Michael Hingson  55:52 Nothing for a little while, but then somebody was passing out some masks later on. And we got some.   Miyah Sundermeyer  55:57 Yep. And how long did it take before you got out of that area out of Ground Zero?   Michael Hingson  56:03 Probably by the time we really got up to Canal Street, or in that area, which was a little bit away from ground zero. It was about 1115 or 1130. I think by the time we got there, and then then later we got further up north. Yeah. Well, you know, the thing is that we all react differently to different situations. But we tend to have a lot more power to be able to deal with things, if we truly try to know. And my point is, I wasn't going to rely on people who had signs or red signs. I needed to know what to do. And I will always take input, but I needed to know what to do. And that created a much more firm conviction in my mind that there wasn't a need to be afraid. And I did use a lot of input from both guide dog Roselle at the time, and from the comments of other people that gave me more information going down the stairs. And I think that's something that no matter who we are, those are the kinds of things that we need to do.   Miyah Sundermeyer  57:16 Yeah. Well, I'm glad you got out of there safely. I mean, what, like I said, I'm really glad that you didn't end up caught up in the towers fell.   Michael Hingson  57:25 Yeah, me. Me too. Well, I'm glad that you are, are doing well. And you're going off to get your PhD, huh? Yeah, well,   Miyah Sundermeyer  57:33 right now I'm going I mean, I was planning on going to school back during 911. I just didn't know how I was going to do undergrad back at 19. I had just advocated to get out of special ed. And I was not going to do another transition program. Because I didn't like how the special education teachers were telling me that I needed to do this directions, all because of the DSM and telling me that everything at every dream I wanted was unrealistic. And so they kept shooting it down. And so they tried to put me under a conservatorship or they tried to get my parents to and my parents didn't agree with that. So they told me I could pretty much call the shots. And so at the end of that school year 2001, I just said, Hey, I'm getting out of here, I'm going to find a way to go to college. So but I, I mean, I tend to to go back a few times and take some learning support classes, after doing what they call is the compass exam, which is it's an interest exam for you that you can take a two year school, versus the, the AC T or the SCT, which they steered me away from. And so I went, I went that route instead ay ay, ay, I did the two year education first over a five years, from 23 to 28. And then I transferred my credits over to Georgia State. And I went off and on, off and on. And then I reached I finally got my Bachelor's in 2020. And luckily, I was able to graduate outside on my football field due to COVID, which was a big dream of mine. But   Michael Hingson  59:15 it's good for you.   Miyah Sundermeyer  59:17 But now I'm getting ready to take some Postback classes. And I want to I need to be talking to advisors, anybody I can because I'm fascinated and I have a background that just most of my classes seem to seem to geared towards developmental type psychology and psychology is my baby. So that's what I want to get my doctorate in, is developmental psychology and I want to go into research and I'd also like to teach so   Michael Hingson  59:44 I, and I don't say this lightly, but I'll bet you'll be good at it. You're clearly very articulate, you know what you want to do, and that's as good as it gets.   Miyah Sundermeyer  59:53 Yep, yep. But, but along the way, I mean, because I didn't have along the way at my undergrad. I didn't have mathematical background, I didn't really have much of an academic background because I was in Special Ed and I hated studying. So when I moved to Atlanta from Minnesota at the age of 20, at the age of 21, my aunt told me that, okay, do you want to flip burgers the rest of your life? Or do you want to go back to school? So about so nearly 20 years ago, I moved down here and started learning how to do math. So math is one of my favorite subjects. Nobody understands why. Well, I spent a lot of time getting exposed to it. That's why   Michael Hingson  1:00:34 it doesn't matter. It is. And that's, that's the big issue. But yeah, you do have an explanation for it. So that's pretty cool. Well, Maya, we have been talking for now a little bit over an hour. So I am going to suggest that what we ought to do is to keep in touch. And when you have more adventures about your education talked about, we should get you to come back on the podcast again.   Miyah Sundermeyer  1:00:55 Yep, I will come back and talk about my education, especially as I talked about my progress for that. And then I really need to have temple back on the show. However, I really like to see her in person again, I miss seeing temple. So   Michael Hingson  1:01:11 well, if you talk with her, see if she would love to chat and explore coming on unstoppable mindset. All right, well, thank   Miyah Sundermeyer  1:01:18 you much. Well, I   Michael Hingson  1:01:19 appreciate it. And if people want to reach out to you, is there a way that they can contact you and you have a website or anything or whatever?   Miyah Sundermeyer  1:01:27 Yeah. Well, so I'm a podcast host myself that said that. Yeah. And I'm currently on a podcast tour. And you are number four on the tour. So I've HelloWorld with Miyah, and that's helloworldwithMiyah. podbean.com. That's Hello, world with Miyah dot pod bean.com.   Michael Hingson  1:01:45 Hello, world with miyah dot pod bean.com. Okay,   Miyah Sundermeyer  1:01:50 yeah. And I have two applications. I am calling for proposals. I'm always looking for guests to be on the show. And I am also on a podcast tour right now. So if you know anyone that has any slots that are open, I would love to be on your show. So   Michael Hingson  1:02:07 great. Well, we can introduce you to people and make some of that happen.   Miyah Sundermeyer  1:02:11 All right. Well, thank you so much.   Michael Hingson  1:02:13 Well, thank you. And I appreciate everyone who is listening to this today. Miyah is certainly one of those people that I want to grow up to be like, I can just say that.   Miyah Sundermeyer  1:02:27 But whoever for two years, I have a young face, but I'm about 40 now.   Michael Hingson  1:02:31 There you go. Well, I want to thank you again. And thank you all for listening. If you'd like to reach out to me, we'd love to hear your thoughts about the episode. You can email me at Michaelhi M I C H A E L H I  at accessibe A C C E S S I B E .com. You can also go to our podcast page, which is www dot Michael hingson .com slash podcast Michael Hingson is M I C H A E L H I N G S O N. And if you go to Michael hingson.com/podcast. Or if you're listening to this at some other location, please give us a five star rating. We appreciate the ratings. And I hope that you'll give us a five star one for this episode. So again, thank you all for listening. Wherever you are in Miyah, thank you for listening. Are you all you listen to thank you for being here.   Miyah Sundermeyer  1:03:21 All right, thank you much.   Michael Hingson  1:03:22 Thank you.   Michael Hingson  1:03:28 You have been listening to the Unstoppable Mindset podcast. Thanks for dropping by. I hope that you'll join us again next week, and in future weeks for upcoming episodes. To subscribe to our podcast and to learn about upcoming episodes, please visit www dot Michael hingson.com slash podcast. Michael Hingson is spelled m i c h a e l h i n g s o n. While you're on the site., please use the form there to recommend people who we ought to interview in upcoming editions of the show. And also, we ask you and urge you to invite your friends to join us in the future. If you know of any one or any organization needing a speaker for an event, please email me at speaker at Michael hingson.com. I appreciate it very much. To learn more about the concept of blinded by fear, please visit www dot Michael hingson.com forward slash blinded by fear and while you're there, feel free to pick up a copy of my free eBook entitled blinded by fear. The unstoppable mindset podcast is provided by access cast an initiative of accessiBe and is sponsored by accessiBe. Please visit www.accessibe.com. accessiBe is spelled a c c e s s i b e. There you can learn all about how you can make your website inclusive for all persons with disabilities and how you can help make the internet fully inclusive by 2025. Thanks again for listening. Please come back and visit us again next week.

Search for Meaning with Rabbi Yoshi
Search for Meaning with Rabbi Yoshi Zweiback and Rabbi Josh Knobel

Search for Meaning with Rabbi Yoshi

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 65:24


In the latest edition of his Search for Meaning podcast, Stephen Wise Temple Senior Rabbi Yoshi Zweiback hosts Stephen Wise Temple's Center for Youth Engagement director, Rabbi Josh Knobel. From the finer points of the classic summer camp game of gaga (which may very well have a Hebrew origin) to "the Army way,"  to the invasion of Iraq, to the lessons Rabbi Knobel teaches to our youth and to the congregation, the two cover a wide range of topics in their hourlong discussion.When he was a boy, Rabbi Knobel went to Jewish day school and Jewish day camp, but when his parents gave him a choice one summer of going to Jewish sleepaway camp or working on his grandfather's farm, he chose the farm. After six weeks of working on the same row of lima beans (which brought home all of $5), he swore off farming and signed up for the next summer of sleepaway camp.Sleeping in the Pennsylvania wilds was nothing compared to Rabbi Knobel's service in the U.S. Army. Rabbi Knobel's father volunteered to serve during the Vietnam War, and his maternal grandfather had served in the Army during World War II. But, by 1997, when Rabbi Knobel secured the recommendation of a local congressman for admission to West Point, the United States had not fought a war longer than 40 days in decades. September 11, 2001, was still four years away when Rabbi Knobel made his first visit to the academy's campus, where he witnessed firsthand the compassion, camaraderie, and support cadets provided one another."It was unlike any college tour I'd ever been on," Rabbi Knobel says. "West Point, it wasn't about what they were going to do for you, but what you were going to do for each other ... To a certain extent, it's why I do what I do now. Jewish communal life is about what we can achieve by taking care of each other."Rabbi Knobel graduated and earned his commission as an officer in June of 2001. Three months later, the Twin Towers fell. In 2003, Rabbi Knobel was deployed overseas. As a junior officer, he recalls the uncertainty surrounding the invasion of Iraq: The day before the invasion, neither he nor his men truly believed it would happen. Rabbi Knobel served until 2008, having served in Kuwait and Afghanistan. He and Rabbi Yoshi talk about war protests (and the lack thereof), the rationale behind the war, the human cost of the "liberation" of Afghanistan, the aftermath of the United States' military presence in the region, and how Rabbi Knobel's experience helped prepare him for becoming a rabbi, where the lessons he's learned have helped give depth and texture to his teaching.

Locked On NBA
Warriors Extend Wiggins, Poole | Wolves Debut Twin Towers Gobert & Towns | Lakers Bringing Westbrook Off The Bench?

Locked On NBA

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 47:07 Very Popular


Jackson Gatlin (@JTGatlin) is joined by Cyrus Saatsaz (@Locked On Warriors) to discuss the Warriors giving both Andrew Wiggins and Jordan Poole contract extensions, plus a check-in on the vibes after the Draymond Green situation. Does Wiggins have one of the best current NBA redemption arcs? Why was extending Wiggins AND Poole the right move? Could the Warriors actually get a luxury tax break under the new CBA down the line? Then, Ben Beecken (@Locked On Wolves) stops by to discuss the debut of the Minnesota twin towers Karl-Anthony Towns and Rudy Gobert and how those two looked sharing the court for the first time together. Why did it take until the final preseason game to see the pairing? What did they look like offensively and defensively? How does Jaden McDaniels factor into what the Wolves want to achieve defensively? What does Anthony Edwards need to do to have a third-year leap, similar to Ja Morant last season? Lastly, Andy Kamenetzky (@Locked On Lakers) swings by to talk about the Lakers giving Rob Pelinka a contract extension through the 2025-2025 NBA season and head coach Darvin Ham's "realignment" plan to bring Russell Westbrook off the bench. What has Pelinka done to earn an extension? How much confidence does Lakers ownership have in Darvin Ham? Could Russell Westbrook off the bench actually be the thing that saves his career? #Warriors #Wolves #Lakers Subscribe to the Locked On NBA YouTube Channel: Locked On NBA Follow/Subscribe/Listen Anywhere: linktr.ee/LockedOnNBA Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! | Offers: lockedonpodcasts.com/offers Built Bar – Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to built.com and use promo code “LOCKED15” and you'll get 15% off your next order.   BetOnline – BetOnline..net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts!   LinkedIn – LinkedIn Jobs helps you find the qualified candidates you want to talk to, faster. Post your job for free at LinkedIn.com/LOCKEDONNBA   PrizePicks – First time users can receive a 100% instant deposit match up to $100 with promo code LOCKEDON. That's PrizePicks.com – promo code; LOCKEDON Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

911 Free Fall with Andy Steele
911 Free Fall, October 5, 2022

911 Free Fall with Andy Steele

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2022 60:28


911 Free Fall with Andy Steele ASCE: The holy scripture of 9/11 will not be challenged Richard Johns, co-author of a long-censored technical paper on the Twin Towers' destruction, and AE911Truth's Ted Walter are this week's guests on 9/11 Free Fall. They talk with host Andy Steele about the latest developments in the decade-long saga involving Johns' paper, which he and co-author Tony Szamboti first submitted to the American Society of Civil Engineers' (ASCE) Journal of Engineering Mechanics in 2011. Their paper was critiquing an earlier paper by Zdeněk Bažant and Jia-Liang Le that purported to explain how, through gravity alone, the top of the North Tower could crush through the structure below it without observably slowing down. Their paper was finally rejected as “out of scope” in 2013, more than two years after they submitted it. One of the editors who rejected it, Kaspar Willam, was a contractor on the NIST WTC investigation. The other editor, Roberto Ballarini, was a colleague and co-author of Le's. Nine years later, Johns and Szamboti are still fighting to have their paper published. Walter also updates listeners on a separate paper that civil engineer Jonathan Cole submitted last month to the ASCE's Journal of Structural Engineering, critiquing a new paper by Bažant and Le. Cole's paper was rejected just two days after submission by editor John van de Lindt, whose Center of Excellence for Risk-Based Community Resilience Planning at Colorado State University receives $4 million per year in funding from NIST and works directly with NIST WTC investigator Therese McAllister.

The 'X' Zone Radio Show
Rob McConnell Interviews - NICOLE B SIMPSON - The Forgotten Survivors of 911

The 'X' Zone Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 41:26


Nicole B Simpson represents the survivors-the individuals who were in the building on 9/11 and walked away emotionally devastated, scarred for life and struggling to pick up the pieces to move forward. As an author and motivational speaker, she has spent the last 10 years encouraging others that they can still move forward. She recently completed a book titled "9/11/01: A Long Road toward Recovery" featuring interviews with other survivors. Simpson worked in the Twin Towers as a financial planner. She's also written "The Ultimate Plan: A Financial Survival Guide for Life's Unexpected Events." Nicole B. Simpson is a compelling motivational speaker, author and certified financial planner who is actively involved in spiritual, emotional and economic empowerment in the penal system, not for profit organizations, and the educational system. A radio and television personality, and author, Ms. Simpson travels throughout the United States empowering men and women who have suffered catastrophic and traumatic events to Dare 2 Dream and she teaches basic financial principles with biblical references. In 2002, She is the visionary and CEO of the Power of Gospel Ministries and Harvest Wealth Financial LLC. Elder Nicole has written three books; "Planning for A Reason, a Season, and a Lifetime", "The Ultimate Plan…A Financial Survival Guide for Life's Unexpected Events" which was nationally distributed through Tate Publishing and her latest release, "Dare 2 Dream". She is also a contributing writer for AIRPLAY 360 In 2010, she is embarked on a national campaign Dare to Dream with me encouraging everyone to begin pursuing their heart's desires - www.nicloebsimpson.com.******************************************************************To listen to all our XZBN shows, with our compliments go to: https://www.spreaker.com/user/xzoneradiotv*** AND NOW ***The ‘X' Zone TV Channel on SimulTV - www.simultv.comThe ‘X' Chronicles Newspaper - www.xchroniclesnewpaper.com

Hanging Out with Nolan Hong
9/11 Survivor → Investment Banker → Master Chef → Life Coach | Diana Gremillion

Hanging Out with Nolan Hong

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2022 77:44


Diana is an international speaker, author, master life coach and cohost of the Body Positivity Podcast! She's the daughter of Filipino immigrants and grew up in New York before making her way to Hawaii. She shares about being in class just 2 blocks away from the Twin Towers when the 9/11 attacks happened, leaving her […]

Cutting Through the Matrix with Alan Watt Podcast (.xml Format)
Oct. 9, 2022 "Cutting Through the Matrix" with Alan Watt --- Redux (Educational Talk From the Past): "Servants of the Future: New Types of Purpose-Made Human Beings"

Cutting Through the Matrix with Alan Watt Podcast (.xml Format)

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2022 41:57


--{ "Servants of the Future: New Types of Purpose-Made Human Beings"}-- Giving an in-depth education of history - Public are given fairy-tale version. Nothing happens by chance in this world, including terrorism - Nothing can remain secret. War on Terror is War OF Terror. Carroll Quigley book: "Tragedy and Hope". Recruitment of top scientists in universities - Holding on to power by not sharing it. Project for a New American Century (1990's) - Invasion of Afghanistan-Iraq-Iran-Syria - Pearl Harbor scale event to gain public opinion (9-11). Twin Towers destruction - Jachin and Boaz - Representing destruction of old man and woman, bringing in new purpose made human - Ides of September - Self-born god from head of Zeus. I.D. Ideal Design - Perfect efficiency - Golem (artificial slave created by magic). Lobotomy of public - Elite will remain unaltered - Inoculation (vaccination) autism link. "The Noble Lie": "You can't tell the little people (the truth), they wouldn't understand, poor dears." Integration of intelligence services and security forces. Overpopulation and "Useless eaters" - Malthus - Depopulation of rural areas. New cities in Middle East - Bahrain. Mark of the Beast - The System itself. Politics is a drama for public consumption - Puts public to sleep, thinking they have rights. Police Officers are now Law Enforcement - Wearing black uniform of executioner.

The 'X' Zone Radio Show
Rob McConnell Interviews - MAUREEN CRETHAN SANTORA - Never Forget-Interview the Mother of a NYC Firefighter who Died on 911

The 'X' Zone Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2022 45:19


Every American was touched in some way by the tragic events of September 11, 2001. For the families and friends of the nearly three thousand people who lost their lives in the Twin Towers, the tragedy became personal. Maureen Crethan Santora lost her son, Christopher, and now she shares her message of love and tribute with a country scarred by loss. Maureen Crethan Santora became an educator in the New York City Public School System in 1967. The mother of five children, her only son Christopher entered the Fire Academy to become a firefighter in February of 2001. Christopher was one of the 345 firefighters who lost their lives at the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001. Maureen is the author of THE DAY THE TOWERS FELL and MY SON CHRISTOPHER. All proceeds from these books are donated to the Christopher A. Santora Educational Scholarship Fund. - www.christophersantora.com******************************************************************To listen to all our XZBN shows, with our compliments go to: https://www.spreaker.com/user/xzoneradiotv*** AND NOW ***The ‘X' Zone TV Channel on SimulTV - www.simultv.comThe ‘X' Chronicles Newspaper - www.xchroniclesnewpaper.com

The 'X' Zone Radio Show
Rob McConnell Interviews - MAJOR MONTGOMERY J GRANGER (RET) - Saving Grace at Guantanamo Bay

The 'X' Zone Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 39:22


Montgomery J. Granger is a three-time mobilized U.S. Army Reserve Major (Ret.), who was called into his Reserve Center in Uniondale (Long Island), New York, on 9/11, in response to the attacks on the World Trade Center's Twin Towers, the Pentagon, and Flight 93, which crashed at Shanksville, Pennsylvania. He answered his country's call to duty next in January 2002 for a mission to help run the military detention facility at the U.S. Naval Station at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. He was called up again just six months after returning from duty at Gitmo, but this time remained stateside at the U.S. Army Reserve Training Center at Fort Dix, New Jersey. After nearly six months at Fort Dix, MAJ Granger returned to civilian life for about a year when he was involuntarily transferred to another Reserve Army unit that was deploying to Iraq in the fall of 2004. Major Granger served 14 months of active duty on his third deployment and served in Baghdad, Abu Ghraib, Camp Bucca, and Ashraf, Iraq, as Medical Service officer for military detention facility operations. He is married and is the father of five children, and lives on Long Island, New York. He is also the author of "Theodore," a personal narrative published in the 2006 Random House wartime anthology "Operation Homecoming: Iraq, Afghanistan and the Home Front in the Words of U.S. Troops and Their Families," where he wrote about his fear and anxiety over having left his family in 2002, and especially two-day-old Theodore, and what reaction there was upon his return. Operation Homecoming was sponsored in part by the National Endowment for the Arts, and edited by Andrew Carroll, editor of the New York Times bestselling book, War Letters. Granger was born in Illinois, raised and schooled in Rubidoux, California, and attended undergraduate school at the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Education. He earned a master's degree in curriculum and teaching from Teachers College-Columbia University, where he met his wife. He also attended the State University of New York at Stony Brook, where he earned professional credits to obtain a New York State School District Administrators' license. He is an accomplished coach and teacher of health and physical education, having taught in Alabama, California, New York City, and Long Island, before becoming a director of Health, Physical Education and Athletics. He was most recently Director of Health, Physical Education and Athletics, and then District Administrator for Operations for the Comsewogue school district in Port Jefferson Station, N.Y., and is now a Director of Health, Physical Education and Athletics, and Director of Facilities for an Eastern Long Island school district. Granger is the author of many writings and musing as yet unpublished, but hopefully soon to be shared with a waiting world. - http://www.strategicpublishinggroup.com/title/SavingGraceAtGuantanamoBay.html******************************************************************To listen to all our XZBN shows, with our compliments go to: https://www.spreaker.com/user/xzoneradiotv*** AND NOW ***The ‘X' Zone TV Channel on SimulTV - www.simultv.comThe ‘X' Chronicles Newspaper - www.xchroniclesnewspaper.com ******************************************************************

News & Views with Joel Heitkamp
Veterans Honor Flight - Josh tells his 9/11 story

News & Views with Joel Heitkamp

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 5:09


10/05/22: Joel interviews one of the bus drivers for the Veterans Honor Flight during the trip to Washington, DC. Josh talks about where he and his family were on 9/11, when hijacked planes struck the Twin Towers and the Pentagon. His family narrowly escaped harm, and his story will give you chills.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Josh Monday Christian and Conspiracy Podcast
Richard Gage Founder of Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth Episode 91

Josh Monday Christian and Conspiracy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 74:38


Josh Monday Christian and Conspiracy Podcast Episode 91 To all of our current and future subscribers thank you for your time, we appreciate you. Please do us a favor subscribe, hit that bell, share, like and comment on our You tube page @Joshmondaymusic and Podcast. Please leave us a 5-Star review on Apple and Spotify. This week we have an absolute legend in the Truther community. He is the Founder of Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth Richard Gage. He has over 17 years of research into 9/11 and he shares some absolute amazing information with us. He gets into irrefutable evidence about the demolition of World Trade tower 7 and the Twin Towers. He gets into the extreme temperatures it would take to not only melt the steel but also melt the concrete. He gets into the extreme temperatures that were coming off of the rubble three days after the event. We get into thermite and Nano thermite that was discovered from samples taken from the World Trade Center site. We get into the likely hood of 2 planes or office fires being able to bring Tower 7 or the twin towers down at freefall speed. We do a follow money presentation on who profited from this false flag and war. We get into demolition expert opinions on the World Trade Center collapse and building 7 collapse. We get into a whole bunch more please tune in and leave a comment and share this. Do this for all military members and Family members that lost their life's for this False Flag. The truth needs to be spread. Please subscribe to Richards You tube here: https://youtu.be/3ZdbD3U19TQ Visit Richards Website here: https://richardgage911.org/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/josh-monday/support

The Courage to Change: A Recovery Podcast
Matthew Bocchi: Searching For A Father Lost On September 11th

The Courage to Change: A Recovery Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 56:15


Matthew Bocchi's father was one of the many who lost their lives on September 11th. The news came in a highly censored manner. His mom and uncle told him what they thought was best for his young mind, but it wasn't enough for him. He wanted to understand all of the story.He became obsessed with the images of people jumping from the building and wondered daily if his father had been one of them. He badgered everyone around him, hoping one of them could tell him the truth. Eventually one person did talk to him, his uncle by marriage, but used it as a means to sexually assault Matthew. And thus began a life of using drugs to cope with devastating loss and psychological trauma. Matthew eventually chose to press charges against his persecutor only to find the legal system failing to find a verdict equal to crime. It was when he felt like there were no more options and his life was ruined, that his father came to him in the form of a sign. And in that moment, he decided to get help.Matthew began speaking in front of high school audiences throughout the tri-state area, delivering a message of hope and perseverance. The awestruck reception led him to write his debut memoir, SWAY, the first story told by a child of 9/11. He is now 7 years into his recovery journey, with plans to continue writing and speaking about inspiration and resilience.Episode ResourcesWebsite | matthewjohnbocchi.comSway | Matthew's BookConnect with The Courage to ChangePodcast Website | lionrock.life/couragetochangepodcastPodcast Instagram | @couragetochange_podcastYouTube | The Courage to Change PodcastTikTok | @ashleyloebblassingamePodcast Email | podcast@lionrock.lifePodcast Facebook | @thecouragetochangepodcastLionrock ResourcesLionrock Life Mobile App | lionrock.life/mobile-appSupport Group Meeting Schedule | lionrock.life/meetings

Video Virgins
EP.025 Summer Reign Becky From Glee,Tom MacDonald Oppressed,Tina Turner Twin Towers,Nicki Raised Us,Danielle Cohn Eyes 6" Apart,Young Lyric Our Vegas Song,Dayday Beats The Baby As She Should,Jesus Ye

Video Virgins

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 110:05


Season 2 is here and this is the Vegas music videos episode .... FOLLOW us @johnbeforedawn and @joeistherealest !!! Follow our special guest @ LAVQUIN and go to Lavquin.com to find ALL of our links THERE! Also use discount code johnny-rl on revolutionbeauty.com for $10 off your order! Today's videos are: Tighten Up by Summere Reign, WHITEBOY by Tom MacDonald, What's Love Got To Do With It by Tina Turner, Itty Bitty Piggy by Nicki Minaj, Marilyn Monroe by Danielle Cohn, U Got Dragged by Young Lyric, Response Diss by Miss Mulatto, Act Up by Dayday, Jesus Walks by Kanye West. First, Our segment "Do You Remember?" where we talk about some nostalgic things that were around when music videos were on tv. This week: Jennette McCurdy And our segment "Rap Libs" where we freestyle and remix some of today's hottest songs. This Weeks Rap Libs is . First Summer Reign we seen your whole left lip. Then Tom MacDonald with his 3 locks on his head. Then this Tina song has the virgins singing at the top of their lungs. Then we are there in spirit in this Nicki video. Then Danielle Cohn has the disables in the backseat. Then Young Lyric is singing to Evo off that h81h8. Then Miss Mulatto responds. Then this Dayday video was filmed at Evo's house. Then Kanye West in honor of the Chi. CHECK OUT THE VIDEOS FOR YOURSELF & WATCH ALONG WITH US! SUMMER REIGN - TIGHTEN UP ( OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO) - YouTube Tom MacDonald - "WHITEBOY" - YouTube Tina Turner - What's Love Got To Do With It (Official Music Video) - YouTube BY POPULAR DEMAND!!! ITTY BITTY PIGGY VIDEO!!!! - YouTube Danielle Cohn - Marilyn Monroe - YouTube Young Lyric - U Got Dragged - YouTube Miss Mulatto - Response Diss (Young Lyric Back2Back) [Prod. By @Blakkbeats] - YouTube Dayday - Act Up (Official music video) - YouTube Kanye West - Jesus Walks (Version 2) - YouTube Dont forget to Like and leave a review! Subscribe to our YOUTUBE - VIDEO VIRGINS and follow our Instagram @VIDEOVIRGINSPOD and our personal instagrams @JOEISTHEREALEST and @JOHNBEFOREDAWN. DM us and Leave us some video's to experience for the first time! Let us know if you want more special guests! Or our guests we had to return. WE DO NOT OWN THE MUSIC USED IN THIS VIDEO. ALL MUSIC USED IS FOR ENTERTAINMENT PURPOSES ONLY AND RIGHTS BELONG TO ORIGINAL ARTISTS AND COMPOSERS. Sponsorships: on for this episode

WORD UP with Dani Katz
Parmenides, Persuasion, Plato and Publishing with The Crimis

WORD UP with Dani Katz

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 94:14


I've been an admirer of the Crimis for quite some time, and was thus, tickled to have them on the podcast. Find Part 2 at: danikatz.locals.com + www.patreon.com/danikatz Sign up for my newsletter at: www.danikatz.com Connect with the Crimis: Logosophia:https://logosophiabooks.com Krys' art page:https://fineartamerica.com/profiles/krystina-crimi Good Craic YouTube channel:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrgI1_MX_52_lLXllpgiwMg/videos Show Notes:Packed thought-formsTibetan shamanism & mythologyLineage of the Lamas as genocidalPeter Kingsley & the Pre-Socratic sacred origins of Western civilization as a frequency of JusticeThe senses are deities in yoga, as a way to experience the Divine as your life and all there isOur dilemma as being Divine and material, imminent and the transcendent, eternal within constructThe inversion/diversion away from direct experience began with Rationalism: “I think, therefore I am” vs “I am, therefore I think"Reading of the Parmenides poemJustice as a GoddessTwo roads: one for inquiry, one for thinking "Persuasion is Truth's attendant” Being and non-being: There is only what is Persephone's gift of Logic helps us rise above the Human ConditionIndia: the last vestige of the Goddess, being eroded by GlobalismIt's just always Now.Transhumanism is the final abstractionMaterialistic brutal regime of the “ruling elite” under a distortion of Plato's writingRoots of Reason actually in service of the Divine in HumanityValue of foundational Latin to gain deeper understanding of language/cultureThe erosion of curiosity Origin story of Krys & SteveTurkey & Gobeckli TepeHow Plato took down the Twin Towers: thought/narrative overrides perceptionCurrent ideologies like Marxism insist you get to "the real" through thought under the spell of linguistics2016 election catalyzed breakthroughs to new understandings of Self & lessons in listening Philosophy Farm, Alan Chadwick & BiodynamicsPublishing: a labour of love in a time of censorship & wokeismThe pathology of the splitNavigating the chaos using tradition & ancient knowledge as guideposts

Music City 911
9-11 re release 2022

Music City 911

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 62:36


This doesn't replace the new episode this week. This is just an additional episode that will be played every year from here on out, just so at least I won't be a part of people forgetting about this day.

Ariel's Entertainment  Podcast
EP. 233- Never Forget 911 Heroes! Special Guest First Responder Terry Wright! Part 2

Ariel's Entertainment Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 34:05


In This Episode 233 We Have Special Guest Retired First Responder “Terry Wright” Who Tells Us How He Became 9-11 Hero, First Responder, & Survivor! Follow & Support “Terry” By Email: leewright.2062@gmai.com & Facebook @ https://www.facebook.com/Rocketmanl/posts/pfbid02YwYUDeEVrnvhQrLpLmNUhNDm6H4FgQP7AY1j3tLw17Gshup3aw1tbDbj7xkHQ4hilWorld Trade Center Program https://www.cdc.gov/wtc/https://www.wowktv.com/news/local/a-9-11-first-responders-medical-conditions-20-years-later/Follow & Support Me @Venmo- @Ariel-Castillo-4PayPal- Paypal.me/arielentTIKTOK- @Arielent.comAriel Castillo SoundcloudInstagram- https://www.instagram.com/arielentpod/Website- Arielent.com

The Nostalgic Podblast
Guest Ron Goss on working on movies in ATL + the Twin Towers in movies + Basil calls in + Queen Elizabeth II remembered + Are movie theaters & cable companies in critical condition due to streaming services?

The Nostalgic Podblast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 110:25


LIVE with 2 Atlanta radio legends Al Hardee & Ron Goss both are former on air talent from WKHX KICKS Country 101.5 FM-Atlanta. talking radio, we talk about working on movies in Atlanta, Ron discusses kind & mean mainstream actors (part 1), pop culture nostalgia, losing Queen Elizabeth II, the World Trade Center Twin Towers in movies, Are movie theaters in critical condition? Basil Chesterman calls in, so we have 3 & a half super-brains sharing our knowledge, stories & experiences with YOU

Just the Gist
Operation Yellow Ribbon with Michelle from Shameless

Just the Gist

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 68:33


After the hijacked planes crashed into the Twin Towers on the morning of 9/11, the airspace over the USA was closed, and all planes were forced to land. 38 of the 5,000 planes in the air at that time, carrying 7,000 passengers from all over the world, were diverted to the tiny town of Gander in the far-eastern corner of Newfoundland, Canada. The town's population instantly doubled, and for the next 5 days locals (Newfies) volunteered to work around the clock to feed, clothe and provide customised care for the "Plane People”, proving the human capacity for kindness and generosity is even greater than the capacity for violence. Jacob shares the story with Michelle Andrews from the Shameless podcast. We listen to Shameless every week and we think you should too https://podcasts.apple.com/au/podcast/shameless/id1352875216  Michelle recommends you listen to the Hamish Blake episode of her podcast The Books That Changed My Life https://link.chtbl.com/tesXPziB  Skip straight to the story: approx 16:12 We give you just the gist, but if you want more, there's this:  Get tickets to see Come From Away in person, or watch it on Apple TV+ (or both)  https://comefromaway.com.au Read the fantastic book The Day the World came to town: 9/11 in Gander, Newfoundland https://www.booktopia.com.au/the-day-the-world-came-to-town-updated-edition-jim-defede/book/9780063005983.html  Watch some clips from the documentary You Are Here https://www.youareheredoc.com/videos-photos Watch 9/11 Control the Skies, the documentary about the air control folks who safely guided all those planes to the ground https://www.disneyplus.com/en-gb/movies/9-11-control-the-skies/29dVUjcWETbI  Follow us on Insta: @justthegistpodcast Send us your suGISTions for stories and guests: justthegistpodcast@gmail.comSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Presiquential Podcast
The Inarticulate: George W. Bush

The Presiquential Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 102:26


Join Ryan, Blaine, & Russ as they discuss our Nation's forty-third President, George W Bush!THOMAS JEFFERSON RIDING A MASTODON SHIRTS NOW AVAILABLE TO PURCHASE!!!!Become a Patron of the Presiquential Podcast!  Patrons at Tier 1 receive every episode the Friday before the official release ad free, and Tier 2 Patrons also receive bonus episodes as well.  Go to  www.patreon.com/preqisquential to become a Patron today!Huge Thank You to our Sponsors:The Art PressIf you need custom made t-shirts for your team or organization, look no further than our friends here in Indy, The Art Press. You may have heard of The Art Press and their SUPER comfortable shirts through their parent organization, Vardagen. Derrick and the team will help you get your custom shirt order shipped anywhere quickly and easily at www.theartpress.com! INvetsLearn more about INvets and their mission to help veterans find great careers in Indiana at INvets.orgKenny Walks Across AmericaLearn more about Col (R) Kenny Mintz's Walk Across America, and donate hereReading List:Bush by Jean Edward SmithFor other books on George W Bush (and all the other Presidents), check out Stephen Floyd's Journey Through Presidential BiographiesEPISODE MUSIC:Music in this episode was created by Ryan Ahlwardt and the intro/outro song is Granary. Check Ryan out where ever you stream or download your music, or at ryansongs.com

The Chet Buchanan Show
The More You Know Before You GO! 9/13/22

The Chet Buchanan Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 5:07


You'll never guess how tall they made the Freedom Tower in NYC, but after you hear it, you'll never forget! 

BangSteel Long Range Shooting Podcast
September 12th, 2022 ... Top 5 mistakes (Long Range Shooters)... The Queen, The "King" and 911...

BangSteel Long Range Shooting Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 65:41


Truth defeats myths and lies... Top 5 mistakes long range shooters continue to make... the death of the Queen, and the advance of the "King"... (WTH?)... ;) ... 911 truths and lies (please don't be a useful idiot!)... the 1911 .45 ACP will continue to rule... and more~! :) We hope you'll tune in.

Weird Darkness: Stories of the Paranormal, Supernatural, Legends, Lore, Mysterious, Macabre, Unsolved
“DJINN – TERRORS OF THE UNIVERSE” and More Strange True Stories! #WeirdDarkness

Weird Darkness: Stories of the Paranormal, Supernatural, Legends, Lore, Mysterious, Macabre, Unsolved

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 44:54


“DJINN – TERRORS OF THE UNIVERSE” and More Strange True Stories! #WeirdDarknessFind Weird Darkness wherever you listen to podcasts: https://linktr.ee/weirddarkness IN THIS EPISODE: Stories of real-life encounters with genies are almost unheard of, especially in modern times; but reports of personal encounters with extraterrestrials are many. Some believe they could be one and the same. (Djinn – Terrors Of The Universe) *** If you grew up in the 70s in North Carolina you might remember a strange man who earned the moniker, “The Goat Man”. So well-known he even had a book and a song written about him. Whatever happened to this odd traveling preacher man? (Remember the Goatman?) *** A fascinating and in some way sad story of a four-year-old… not because of anything that has happened to the child, at least not in this life. But the girl remembers working at the Twin Towers on 9/11. (Reincarnated After 9/11)SOURCES AND ESSENTIAL WEB LINKS…“Djinn – Terrors of the Universe” by Marcus Lowth for UFO Insight: https://weirddarkness.tiny.us/6drnts74 “Remember the GoatMan?” by John Blythe for the University of North Carolina: https://weirddarkness.tiny.us/2zdckk9e * PHOTO: Goatman postcard #1: https://weirddarkness.tiny.us/yc6eehkx * PHOTO: Goatman postcard #2: https://weirddarkness.tiny.us/dwdzakdx “Reincarnated After 9/11” by Julia Banim for Unilad: https://weirddarkness.tiny.us/zetawzn4 = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = =Weird Darkness theme by Alibi Music Library. Background music provided by Alibi Music Library, EpidemicSound and/or StoryBlocks with paid license. Music from Shadows Symphony (https://tinyurl.com/yyrv987t), Midnight Syndicate (http://amzn.to/2BYCoXZ), Kevin MacLeod (https://tinyurl.com/y2v7fgbu), Tony Longworth (https://tinyurl.com/y2nhnbt7), and Nicolas Gasparini (https://tinyurl.com/lnqpfs8) is used with permission of the artists.= = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = =(Over time links seen above may become invalid, disappear, or have different content. I always make sure to give authors credit for the material I use whenever possible. If I somehow overlooked doing so for a story, or if a credit is incorrect, please let me know and I will rectify it in these show notes immediately. Some links included above may benefit me financially through qualifying purchases.)= = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = ="I have come into the world as a light, so that no one who believes in me should stay in darkness." — John 12:46Trademark, Weird Darkness®, 2022. Copyright Weird Darkness©, 2022.

Contra Radio Network
The REAL David Knight Show ll What Killed More People — Twin Towers or Twin Injections?

Contra Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 188:38


* On 21st anniversary of 911, Taliban pilots crash Blackhawk helicopter left for them by Biden, part of $85 Billion of weapons YOU bought. Are you buying the narrative about Taliban precision 911 flying? * Why is the "911 Mastermind" STILL awaiting trial? What is the government afraid of? * How is conservative press reporting 911? To push for biometric ID and eVerify * How do casualty numbers of Twin Towers compare to the Twin Injections? Trump's victims are ignored * Controversy for years about who and how many were celebrating after 9/11 murders. Why no controversy about Trump and others celebrating their Warp Speed murders? * My personal story about Pentagon fraud office — ground zero for the missile 21 years after 9/11, Dems make it clear Patriot Act was created for patriots * Memphis thugs celebrate the Facebook killings, want to make it about race this time * De facto tracing of firearm AND AMMUNITION purchases by credit card. UPS refuses to ship firearms * Crushing taxes: Americans spend MORE on taxes than food, clothing and healthcare COMBINED, before Biden's IRS Audit Army * SCOTUS John Roberts — still quiet about leaker or investigation Find out more about the show and where you can watch it at TheDavidKnightShow.com If you would like to support the show and our family please consider subscribing monthly here: SubscribeStar https://www.subscribestar.com/the-david-knight-show Or you can send a donation through Zelle: @DavidKnightShow@protonmail.com Cash App at:  $davidknightshow BTC to:  bc1qkuec29hkuye4xse9unh7nptvu3y9qmv24vanh7 Mail: David Knight POB 994 Kodak, TN 37764 Money is only what YOU hold: Go to DavidKnight.gold for great deals on physical gold/silver

Basement Banter
Episode #118: Remembering the Firefighters of 9/11 with John Breen

Basement Banter

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 64:00


This week we're joined again by John Breen, a New York City Firefighter who was at the Twin Towers on September 11th. We discuss some of the firemen he was there with that day and the legacies they left behind. Enjoy.

The REAL David Knight Show
12Sep22 What Killed More People — Twin Towers or Twin Injections? 9/11 Anniversary on 911th Day of Pandemic "Emergency"

The REAL David Knight Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 181:44


* On 21st anniversary of 911, Taliban pilots crash Blackhawk helicopter left for them by Biden, part of $85 Billion of weapons YOU bought. Are you buying the narrative about Taliban precision 911 flying?* Why is the "911 Mastermind" STILL awaiting trial? What is the government afraid of?* How is conservative press reporting 911? To push for biometric ID and eVerify* How do casualty numbers of Twin Towers compare to the Twin Injections? Trump's victims are ignored* Controversy for years about who and how many were celebrating after 9/11 murders. Why no controversy about Trump and others celebrating their Warp Speed murders?* My personal story about Pentagon fraud office — ground zero for the missile21 years after 9/11, Dems make it clear Patriot Act was created for patriots* Memphis thugs celebrate the Facebook killings, want to make it about race this time* De facto tracing of firearm AND AMMUNITION purchases by credit card. UPS refuses to ship firearms* Crushing taxes: Americans spend MORE on taxes than food, clothing and healthcare COMBINED, before Biden's IRS Audit Army* SCOTUS John Roberts — still quiet about leaker or investigationFind out more about the show and where you can watch it at TheDavidKnightShow.comIf you would like to support the show and our family please consider subscribing monthly here: SubscribeStar https://www.subscribestar.com/the-david-knight-show Or you can send a donation throughZelle: @DavidKnightShow@protonmail.comCash App at:  $davidknightshowBTC to:  bc1qkuec29hkuye4xse9unh7nptvu3y9qmv24vanh7Mail: David Knight POB 994 Kodak, TN 37764Money is only what YOU hold: Go to DavidKnight.gold for great deals on physical gold/silver

The David Knight Show
12Sep22 What Killed More People — Twin Towers or Twin Injections? 9/11 Anniversary on 911th Day of Pandemic "Emergency"

The David Knight Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 181:44


* On 21st anniversary of 911, Taliban pilots crash Blackhawk helicopter left for them by Biden, part of $85 Billion of weapons YOU bought. Are you buying the narrative about Taliban precision 911 flying?* Why is the "911 Mastermind" STILL awaiting trial? What is the government afraid of?* How is conservative press reporting 911? To push for biometric ID and eVerify* How do casualty numbers of Twin Towers compare to the Twin Injections? Trump's victims are ignored* Controversy for years about who and how many were celebrating after 9/11 murders. Why no controversy about Trump and others celebrating their Warp Speed murders?* My personal story about Pentagon fraud office — ground zero for the missile21 years after 9/11, Dems make it clear Patriot Act was created for patriots* Memphis thugs celebrate the Facebook killings, want to make it about race this time* De facto tracing of firearm AND AMMUNITION purchases by credit card. UPS refuses to ship firearmsFind out more about the show and where you can watch it at TheDavidKnightShow.comIf you would like to support the show and our family please consider subscribing monthly here: SubscribeStar https://www.subscribestar.com/the-david-knight-show Or you can send a donation throughZelle: @DavidKnightShow@protonmail.comCash App at:  $davidknightshowBTC to:  bc1qkuec29hkuye4xse9unh7nptvu3y9qmv24vanh7Mail: David Knight POB 994 Kodak, TN 37764Money is only what YOU hold: Go to DavidKnight.gold for great deals on physical gold/silver

Doc Thompson's Daily MoJo
Ep 091222: 911: 21 Years Later

Doc Thompson's Daily MoJo

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 115:56


September 12, 2022The Daily Mojo is 2 hours of news, commentary, comedy, and auditory deliciousness."911: 21 Years Later"21 years have passed since the attacks on September 11, 2001. What's changed? What do we know now that we didn't know then? Do we have all the answers? The government continues to show their disdain for us all these years later. The internet isn't what you think it is, maybe. Oh, and they're still tracking your gun purchases. Peter Serefine's Liberty Minute is part of the program, as well. Links:https://www.liberty-lighthouse.com/All things in one place: https://linktr.ee/realbradstaggs All things in one place: https://linktr.ee/realronphillips WATCH The Daily Mojo LIVE 7-9a CT:Rumble: https://rumble.com/c/StewPetersFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/MoJo50Radio  Mojo 5-0 TV: https://www.mojo50.com/mojo50tv Or just LISTEN:https://www.mojo50.com/

The FOX News Rundown
The Story Behind ‘The Man in The Red Bandana,' A 9/11 Hero

The FOX News Rundown

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2022 35:07 Very Popular


Today marks the 21st anniversary of the September 11th attacks on the United States.  More than 3,000 Americans were murdered that day by terrorists. But countless lives were also survived thanks to first responders and everyday people who stepped up. Amid the chaos following the destruction of the World Trade Center, one man, wearing a red bandana, was memorialized as a hero after he sprang into action to help his fellow New Yorkers. Welles Crowther was working in the Twin Towers when the tragedy occurred, and he chose to go back into the South Tower to rescue survivors stuck on the 78th-floor sky lobby. He sacrificed his own life after 12 strangers that day and became known as the 'Man In The Red Bandana.' Earlier this week, Welles' mother, Alison Crowther, joined the FOX News Rundown host Dave Anthony to share his heroic legacy, the story behind his famous red bandana, and why she hopes that sharing his story today continues to keep him alive.  Alison's story was heartbreaking, but also incredibly inspiring. Due to time limitations, we could not include all of the conversations in our original segment. On the FOX News Rundown Extra, you will hear our entire conversation with Alison Crowther and learn even more about her heroic son and how he continues to change lives after his death.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Jerm Warfare: The Battle Of Ideas
James Fetzer on the 9/11 coverup

Jerm Warfare: The Battle Of Ideas

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2022 141:22


Important This podcast includes 135 slides, meaning that, while it is possible to listen to - and follow - the conversation, I recommend watching it. Our conversation In the following two-hour conversation, James presents 135 slides and an enormous amount of critique, including what happened (or didn't happen) at the Pentagon; what happened (or didn't happen) at Shanksville; why planes could not have crashed into the Twin Towers; why two of the four planes didn't even take off; why Osama and Muslim "terrorists" were a false flag; the use of "mini-nukes" (which gives weight to the spike in cancers); the names and faces of those involved; and the motivations behind the operation. Support my work Become a member of the Jerm Warfare community. Check out my sponsors. Please rate and review my podcast (if you use Apple Podcasts).

Latina She Served
Ariel Viera- filmmaker, travel vlogger, my grade school friend and our 9/11 memories

Latina She Served

Play Episode Play 30 sec Highlight Listen Later Sep 11, 2022 61:38


Ariel and I attended the same grade school, Blessed Sacrament in Queens NY. We were sitting in our classroom when the terrorist attacks on the Twin Towers occurred. Ariel and I reflected on this day, discussed our memories of being there, just kids. A very raw conversation with my old classmate we transition to Ariels career as a filmmaker and travel blogger. He travels all the hidden gems all over the world and he gives his tips on travel vlogging and sponsorships.Music: Grape StuffArtwork: Elizabeth ChavezSupport the podcast by becoming a Patreon! Latina She Served is creating a podcast | PatreonSupport Ariel!Ariel Viera is creating videos about exploring cities | PatreonUrbanist | FacebookUrbanist: Exploring Cities - YouTubeAriel Viera (@arielviera) TikTok | Watch Ariel Viera's Newest TikTok Videoshttps://www.instagram.com/urbanistlive/ Ariels Book on Amazon: Amazon.com: Retrowave: 9798645708344: Viera, Ariel: BooksSupport the show

Grab A Glass With David Thomas
Laugh The Bad Away

Grab A Glass With David Thomas

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2022 30:47


On this episode of ‘Grab A Glass', DT discusses the transference of energy with the help of a black romcom, the hilarity of The Shade Room, & supports Lamar Jackson.

It Matters To Me
39: Reintegrating Veterans with Mark Matzeldelaflor

It Matters To Me

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2022 59:36


“Guardian Grange is my vision to reintegrate and reinspire veterans with the purpose of healing through doing work in nature and building communities.” Welcome everyone and thanks for tuning in to episode 39 of the It Matters To Me Podcast, a show that celebrates the random through 1-on-1 conversations with people and the passions they pursue. 21 years ago today, most of us witnessed live the horrors of 2 Boeing 767 airplanes crash into the Twin Towers in New York City and then moments later, we watched those same structures collapse into the street below. That day, that turning point in our country's history, eventually led to 2 overseas wars lasting years longer than we ever imagined and laid witness to a generation of young Americans fighting in those wars. With me today is one such individual, Mark Matzeldelaflor, a former U.S. Navy SEAL and founder of the organization helping veterans reintegrate while also protecting natural resources and strengthening communities. Born and raised in New Hampshire, Mark joined the military just out of high school. And after making it through BUD/S, one of the many, many steps to becoming a Navy SEAL, joined the SEAL teams as America was still absorbing the shock of those terrorist attacks and going on the offensive to hold those responsible accountable. We start things out by talking about his experiences in training and the subsequent combat deployments he went on afterwards. After that, we get into his own reintegration process once he left the military and the SEAL teams and how he benefited from plant-based medicines, or as he refers to them, earth-based sacraments, during that transition. We then round things out by talking the work Guardian Grange is currently doing and the importance it has in helping Veterans journey into the next phase of their lives, whatever that may be. Not a conversation for the faint of heart but one that I was truly honored to have. So let's dive right in, here's my talk with Mark Matzeldelaflor Additional Links Guarding Grange Website: https://www.guardiangrange.org/ Mark's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/matzeldelaflor It Matters To Me (Instagram): https://www.instagram.com/adamcasey/ It Matters To Me (Website): https://itmatterstomepodcast.com/ It Matters To Me (Twitter): https://twitter.com/CelebrateRandom Major General Smedley Butler: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/War_Is_a_Racket

Andrew and Jerry Save The World!
Andrew and Jerry Remember 9/11

Andrew and Jerry Save The World!

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2022 94:48


While originally planning on focusing exclusively on remembering and memorializing 9/11, Andrew and Jerry couldn't let the passing of Britain's Queen Elizabeth go by without some extensive discussion.  How do you square the deaths of figures who have complicated histories--what's an appropriate reaction. Elizabeth reigned for seven decades, and Britain was transformed during that time (as was the rest of the world).  The conversation ranges widely over sociological and anthropological changes, in which Andrew and Jerry touch on the transition from a needs-based society to a wants/demands-based one, how people have become more self-centered, and how the skewing of adoloesence upwards figures into all of this.Then they talk about September 11th.  Jerry was on his way to New York as the attacks happened and Andrew was in DC, 2 blocks from the White House.  What does the date mean to them, and what did America's immediate coming together (only to fracture weeks later) auger for what's happening in America today.

Meaningful People
9/11 Survivor - Ari Schonbrun | Miracle and Fate On Floor 78

Meaningful People

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2022 69:58 Very Popular


Ari Schonbrun was the Chief Administrative Officer of Cantor Fitzgerald, and is an author, speaker and 9/11 survivor. Ari was on the 78th floor of Tower One when the first plane hit on September 11, 2001. He helped a colleague suffering third-degree burns to safety and was thrown into the national spotlight thereafter. His miraculous first-hand account of survival has been retold in newspapers, magazines, broadcast outlets, and books. Mr. Schonbrun is a native New Yorker. He is passionate about philanthropy and serves as a board member of Strength to Strength, a global non-profit organization that works with victims of terror across the world. Ari and his wife, Joyce, live in Cedarhurst with their five children and several grandchildren. ____________________________________ This episode is brought to you by Touro University! To learn more about how you can excel at Touro University, Visit Touro.edu/more ____________________________________ This episode is brought to you by Bridge Credit Solutions! If you're looking for a reputable credit repair company that can clean your credit within 6-60 days or your money back, Bridge Credit Solutions is your choice.  Serious Inquiries Only https://api.whatsapp.com/send?phone=12126602991&text=Hi,%20Im%20interested%20in%20more%20information.%20Saw%20on%20MM%20 ____________________________________ Subscribe to Meaningful Minute on WhatsApp: https://wa.me/15166687800?text=Please%20subscribe%20me%20to%20Meaningful%20Min Ute ____________________________________ Subscribe to our Podcast Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/2WALuE2 Spotify: https://spoti.fi/39bNGnO Google Podcasts: https://bit.ly/MPPGooglePodcasts Or wherever Podcasts are available! Follow us on Instagram: https://instagram.com/meaningfulpeoplepodcast Like us on Facebook: https://bit.ly/MPPonFB Follow us on Twitter:https://twitter.com/MeaningfuPplPod Editor: Sruly Saftlas Podcast created by: Meaningful Minute For more info and upcoming news check out: https://MeaningfulPeoplePodcast.com #jew #jewish #podcast #frum #rabbi #frumpodcast #meaningfulpeople #torah #mitzvah #hashem #jewishmusic #jewishpodcast #israel #kumzitz #nachigordon #jewishpod

The Secret Teachings
The Secret Teachings 9/9/22 - Active Measures of a Death Cult: Rise of the Dragon

The Secret Teachings

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2022 120:01


With the destruction of the Twin Towers - and other structures that day - twenty-one years ago, the pillars of beauty and strength, science and philosophy, man and woman, etc. were destroyed in that ritualistic sacrifice. The pentagon, enclosed inside of a defensive pentagram, was also lit on fire that morning to call on the forces of darkness. Much of the power which grew out of 9/11 has become a common response to any disaster, emergency, or major event. With the death of Queen Elizabeth II, the deterioration of President Biden, and both the destruction of Catholicism and the restructuring of the Vatican, it seems that prophecy is being fulfilled. As of this moment, we stand on the precipice of seven years of tribulation until the new world is born in 2030.

The Smerconish Podcast
Never Forget: Michael Smerconish Remembers 9/11

The Smerconish Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2022 139:26


PART 1: THE EVENTS LEADING UP TO THE DAY Segment 1 - Intro; Jose Melendez Perez, former Inspection Officer at Orlando International Airport who didn't let the so-called 20th hijacker proceedSegment 2 - Michael Touhey, US Air ticket agent who checked in two hijackers in Portland, ME; Clip of Nat'l Security Adviser Condi Rice testimony before the 9/11 commissionSegment 3 - Alice Hoagland, her son was on Flight 93; Lawrence Wright, author "The Looming Tower"Segment 4 - Kevin Flynn, author "102 Minutes: The untold Story of the Fight to Survive Inside the Twin Towers" - and Richard Picciotto author of Last Man Down: The Fireman's Story: The Heroic Account of How Pitch Picciotto Survived the Collapse of the Twin Towers and Led his Men to Safety PART 2: THE DAY OF Segment 1 - Audio of Michael's first minutes on the air on 9/11 in PhiladelphiaSegment 2 - Ben Sliney, was FAA's National Ops Manager that day, overseeing air traffic control in Herndon, VA. Played himself in the movie "United 93"Segment 3 - Aaron Brown, recalls anchoring on his first day on air on 9/11 on CNNSegment 4 - James Meigs, Popular Mechanics, debunking 9/11 conspiracy theories and CIA Commander Gary Bernsten author of JawbreakerPART 3: THE AFTERMATH Segment 1 – Then-Senator Barack Obama, March 2008 on the hunt for Osama being outsourced to Pakistan; TIME WH Correspondent Michael Scherer on the Situation Room the night Osama was killed; Peter Baker, NY Times on reporting on the hunt; Peter Bergen, author “Manhunt: The Ten-Year Search for Bin Laden, from 9/11 to Abbotabad”Segment 2 – Mark Owen (Matt Bissonette) author “No Easy Day: The Autobiography of a Navy Seal – The First-hand Account of the Mission That Killed Osama Bin Laden”Segment 3 – Rob O'Neill, the SEAL who shot Bin Laden and author of THE OPERATORSegment 4 – The Atlantic'sJennifer Senior, What Bobby McIlvaine Left Behind https://bit.ly/3BuwHvE 

The FOX News Rundown
The 2022 Midterms Are Tightening. Why?

The FOX News Rundown

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 33:51 Very Popular


Senate and House races in key states have been reportedly tightening, as both parties' candidates are doubling down on their ad spending in a last push to persuade voters before the 2022 midterms. While Democrats have placed their ad focus on abortion rights and emphasizing their opponents' connection to former President Trump, the Republicans are railing against the current high inflation and massive government spending. Fox News Sunday Anchor Shannon Bream joins the podcast to break down why these midterm races appear to be growing closer, which battleground states will be key in November and the latest in the FBI investigation into former President Trump. Later, she previews the guest lineup for her first show as anchor of Fox News Sunday.   This Sunday marks the 21st anniversary of the September 11th attacks on the United States. Amid the chaos following the destruction of the World Trade Center, one man was memorialized as a hero after he sprang into action to help his fellow New Yorkers. Welles Crowther was working in the Twin Towers when the tragedy occurred, and he chose to go back into the World Trade Center's South Tower to rescue survivors stuck on the 78th floor sky lobby. He saved the lives of 12 people that day. His mother, Alison Crowther joins the Rundown to share his heroic legacy, the story behind his famous red bandana, and why she hopes that sharing his story today continues to keep him alive.   Plus, commentary by author and Vice President of communications for Focus on The Family, Paul Batura, on the recent passing of Queen Elizabeth II.   Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Matter of Facts
Episode 38: 9/11: A Day That Will Live In Infamy

Matter of Facts

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 87:49


http://www.mofpodcast.com/https://prepperbroadcasting.com/https://www.facebook.com/matteroffactspodcast/https://www.facebook.com/groups/mofpodcastgroup/www.youtube.com/user/philrabhttps://www.instagram.com/mofpodcastSupport the showShop at Amazon: http://amzn.to/2ora9riPatreon: https://www.patreon.com/mofpodcastPurchase American Insurgent by Phil Rabalais: https://amzn.to/2FvSLMLShop at MantisX: http://www.mantisx.com/ref?id=173*The views and opinions of guests do not reflect the opinions of Phil Rabalais, Andrew Bobo, or the Matter of Facts Podcast*The boys are joined by Trek from MDFI for a somber remembrance of September 11th, remembering the day from each of their own perspectives, followed by some conversation about how to galvanize your family against and respond to the dangerous world around us.https://trainmdfi.com/https://northernwoodstraining.com/Matter of Facts is now live-streaming our podcast on YouTube channel, Facebook page, and our website. See the links above, join in the live chat, and see the faces behind the voices.Intro and Outro Music by Phil RabalaisAll rights reserved, no commercial or non-commercial use without permission of creator

MrBallen Podcast: Strange, Dark & Mysterious Stories
Episode 61 -- "9/11"

MrBallen Podcast: Strange, Dark & Mysterious Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 33:29 Very Popular


*Thank you Michael, Jenny, Braden, Bennett and Ty for allowing me to share your family's story.*Today's podcast is Michael B. Wright's powerful first hand account from inside the Twin Towers during the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks in NYC. The audio from this story was pulled from our main YouTube channel, which is just called "MrBallen," and was remastered for today's podcast.Story name, preview & link to original YouTube videos:#1 -- “9/11" -- Michael B. Wright's first hand account from inside the Twin Towers on 9/11/2001. (Original YouTube link -- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0azXES3MKew)For 100s more stories like these, check out our main YouTube channel just called "MrBallen" -- https://www.youtube.com/c/MrBallenIf you want to reach out to me, contact me on Instagram, Twitter or any other major social media platform, my username on all of them is @mrballenCharities that support 9/11 victims, their families, and first responders (I have donated to all of them):1. The FDNY Foundation -- Though the FDNY Foundation predated 9/11 — it was established in 1981 — it serves the city's firefighters, who were crucial in responding to the attacks. The FDNY Foundation buys them high-tech equipment, funds training efforts, and helps with fire and life safety education initiatives.Give here