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In February 2014, Aspen socialite Nancy Pfister was murdered in her own home—brutally bludgeoned, wrapped in a sheet, and stuffed inside a locked closet.
Fewer than twelve hours after her body was found and without any evidence, police decided a married couple from Denver had killed her. Within a few days, they arrested and charged Nancy Styler, a friend of Pfister’s who’d had a falling out with her after a business deal went sour, and Dr. Trey Styler, Nancy’s disabled husband, who recently lost the family home, his medical practice, and any hope of a peaceful retirement for himself and his wife. Eleven days later, police also arrested and charged Kathy Carpenter, Pfister’s underpaid and overworked personal assistant and closest friend.
Months later, Trey Styler, who was slowly losing his grip on reality as he battled with mental illness, confessed to the crime. Rampant speculation spread about whether he was involved at all—or if his confession was that of a man on his deathbed—because a medical condition appeared to have left him barely able to walk, much less carry out such a heinous crime. And, in the only interview before his death, Trey gives his account of that fateful day.
New York Times bestselling author Daleen Berry covers this compelling story from the inside, following the Stylers from their fairy-tale life in Denver to the morning of their simultaneous arrest to Nancy’s release from jail and her attempts to rebuild her shattered life. GUILT BY MATRIMONY-Daleen Berry
Workshop Wednesdays Radio with Host Tony Gambone and His Guest Anthony Tenaglier.
Anthony Tenaglier - No, the tattooed and pierced engineer with a Mohawk wanted a different song and dance in life. He knew it. It didn’t have to be in front of millions of people on TV. He didn’t care if he was a celebrity. He only cared if he could design his own life’s song and dance.
But when he looked in the mirror, he never felt he was good enough to do it. He felt his work was for retirement, that he needed to find a woman to marry - right now! - and that his "education" was forgotten, information buried in textbooks and never again applied.
But why did he even need the high-paying job or the shiny ring? Who said they were even what he was supposed to value in his life, anyway?
Today, Tony the Philosophical Engineer continually applies the concept of philosophical engineering to design new ways of thinking about a life worth living.
This week we will be having a return guest on the show. But this time he returns as your 2015 USAC AMSOIL National Sprint Champion. Robert Madman Ballou will join us to recap his drive for the championship which was wrapped up Saturday at USA Raceway Tucson, AZ.
Next up we keep the wingless sprint cars guests coming and this guest is a return guest also minus his modified. Johnny Cornell has traded in the sheet metal and gone sprint car racing in the new wingless series at the New Egypt Speedway. He is going to tell us all about it.
Also on the show we will have Brett Deyo promoter of the Short Track Super Series. He will be highlighting the Gobbler coming up on Saturday, November 28.
The Green Bay Packers regained first place, in the NFC North, by defeating the Minnesota Vikings 30-13. Both teams have 7-3 records, but with the win the Packers own the head to head tiebreaker. The victory snaps a three game losing streak for the Packers, and ended the Vikings five game winning streak. After scoring 17 combined first half points during the last three games, the Packers held a 16-6 halftime advantage. Mason Crosby kicked two more second half field goals, giving him five for the day. Aaron Rodgers hit James Jones for a 27-yard touchdown late in the third quarter to give the Packers a 14 point lead. On the ensuing drive, the Vikings drove into Packers territory but Adrian Peterson fumbled after a 10 yard run.
The Packers defense domintaed the Vikings offensive line by applying constant pressure to Teddy Bridgewater. Officially, they recorded six sacks, but Bridgewater had to throw a number of balls away because of the pressure. Peterson entered the game as the NFL's leadng rusher, and averaged 21.7 attempts per game. He was held to 45 yards on 13 carries.
Eddie Lacy rushed 22 times for 100 yards, marking his first 100 yard performance of the year. Lacy ran with power, and finished his runs all day. With the lead, the Packers leaned on Lacy to grind out tough yards and take time off the clock. On the stat sheet, Rodgers was not spectacular; 16-34 for 212 yards with two touchdowns. His first touchdown was aided by a 50-yard pass interference play on a third and fifteen with 1:53 remaining, in the first half. Back to back penalties allowed the Packers to finish the drive with the touchdown. On a third and nine, Rodgers found Richard Rodgers for a touchdown that was nullified because of offsetting penalties. David Bakhtiari was called for holding, and Linval Jospeh was flagged for roughing the passer so the Packers were not backed up 10 yards. Anthony Barr was called for illegal contact on the next play.
'Arrow' 4x07 - 'Brotherhood' Review
So Andy Diggle is back. Not as a ghost... well, I guess he his, kinda. So Diggle wants to take him back, but doesnt want the team to help. Of course the team is going to help! Even Ray! Also, Captain Lance grows some big shiny balls, and Damien Darhk continues to be one scary mother! Until Thea shows up... Speaking of Thea, she's dating Oliver's campaign manager and receiving offers to kill pedophiles from her dad--all in the name of sating that damned bloodlust. Sigh, good times.
Bill Tatro is concerned about survival, both economic and physical. He's concerned about the prospects of deflation. All the money being printed doesn't get out there, it's on the balance sheet of the banks. Traditionally, the only way to get out of deflationary spirals is through war. Is that where we're heading now?
It is said that what is measured, is what is capable of change. But everything can be measured and everything can be changed overnight. However, 65% of change efforts fail and yes, some of that is attributed to the change management process, but come on let's not put all of the accountability on the change management folks. What about the data analysis and findings that gave life to the change? Yes, data does lie. And that's because numbers can tell you what you want them to tell you. There are a lot of qualitative data that are overlooked everyday in organizations because they are easier to put into an excel sheet and present for buy-in decisions, not because they are the whole truth. During this episoce, we will discuss one area that Data is highly used, yet not necessarily in the most effective way.
This week on A Kind Voice on Books, we are so happy to be speaking with Kita Szpak, Happiness Expert and Author. She will tell us all about her Children's books, her more recent publication, The SIMPLE Life; Shiny Objects Not Required, and her upcoming 2016 Happiness Road Tour. We hope you can join us at 7EST on Wednesday, for our enlightening conversation.
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Conservative Review's Daniel Horowitz writes, "We can always count on Republicans to take a 90/10 winning national security issue and turn it into a shiny object. Instead of listening to their constituents and following the calls of 30 governors to shut down Islamic refugee resettlement, Republicans are about to pull the classic bait and switch: pass a phony standalone bill and decline to defund it in the budget bill.
Much like the “Gang of 8”, the bill, sponsored by Rep. Richard Hudson (R-NC), calls for the administration to certify that any refugees brought here from Iraq and Syria are not terrorists. As long as Obama says they are not terrorists he can bring in as many as he wants. Updated language in the bill also requires the FBI Director to sign off on each individual refugee. However, the bill fails to stop the program and focuses on the wrong issue while giving Obama much-needed cover for his egregious plan. The House plans to vote on this bill Thursday and has no plans to defund the program.
Our Capitol Hill Insider Elizabeth Chryst sorts it out.
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People are upset that Starbucks made plain red cups for the holidays. SO! At least they aren't putting ISIS flags on them! Besides, Starbucks is shitty sewar water coffee.
Missouri students are protesting racial events from the school. Apparently, someone drew a swastika on the wall of the men's room...with poop. Nothing has been confirmed, but this looks like a shitty situation. The black students don't want the white students to march with them. They're being racist towards the white people, who are trying to protest racism by white people towards black people...what a vicoius circle jerk.
You know you're getting old when you find new ways to flavor oatmeal.
You know you're getting old when you can't wait for the after christmas sale on sheet sets.
Has anyone from ancestry.com actually found their ancestors? I'm afraid mine would be white gorillas in a cave throwing shit at each other.
Penacostal women are horrendous. Bruce Jenner without make-up would fit right in.
Weed isn't weed anymore. It's wax. They've taken the fun out of rolling pinners, and make you "dab" out of a fancy glass crack pipe.
Jihad John has been reported killed...by drowing in liberal tears and unicorn horns.
An unnamed female student went on tv and said the protests were about free school and debt forgiveness. She needs it, because she was too ugly to be a stripper like most college women.
Yes its hot and Yes its saucey...its Hot Sauce! The premiere online live Spoken Word and poetry showcase and outlet for those who just need release. Even if you don't want to share your rhymes, perhaps just come in chill out and enjoy the vibes. Seasoned poets and newbies alike are talking about Hot Sauce! No sign up sheet, just call in live 714-583-6887 and you will go in the order you called in. This is NOT a slam or a competition, it is Spoken Word for lovers of the craft. So join us This and EVERY Thursday at 9pm EST for Hot Sauce!!