Michael Dowd | Mark Wahlberg Copies | NYPD'S Dirtiest Cop Ever |Drug Dealers |Prison| MSCS MEDIA #95
Michael Dowd | Mark Wahlberg Copies | NYPD'S Dirtiest Cop Ever |Drug Dealers |Prison| MSCS MEDIA #95Full video Interview: https://youtu.be/GrKkyvfSWnYMichael Dowd from The Seven Five documentary, movie, is NYPD's most corrupt officer ever. Michael Dowd says Mark Wahlberg played his life in the movie Spensor Confidential shortly after negotiations for a full feature film. The former police officer comes in to discuss what it was like in detail, Michael Dowd was there when the crack epidemic began, the officers didn't even know what it was. The city was going through the crack epidemic and had the highest murder rate in the country at the time. Michael Dowd had a hit placed on him and explains confronting the guy who ordered it. Michael Dowd would find a mark or police call, rob all the money and cocaine he could, then resell the cocaine, use the cocaine, the list goes on. He gave out his badge, tipped off drug dealers on raids coming, and more, to say the least.Michael Dowd speaks about his getting arrested with his partner, who wore a wire and cooperated with the feds. Michael was called to Testify about his crimes, he was sentenced to 14 years. Michael is in negotiations again for a full feature film or series. Michael Dowd now speaks to young police offers, either in the force, academy along with those who want to be an officer making them aware of what they're in for, especially at a time like now, and warns them about the mistakes he made. Michael Dowd awesome has a fantastic line of cigars with Adam Diaz, Ironically. Links below. Thanks again, Mike! See you soon. Stay in touch with MSCS MEDIA:Follow me on:Please subscribe: https://bit.ly/30rUAEdlinktr.ee: https://linktr.ee/mscsmediaIG: https://www.instagram.com/mscsmeida/Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/mscsmediaWatch the documentary of Mike Dowd, 75th Precinct NYPD Gangsta Cops:The Seven Five:https://www.amazon.com/Seven-Five-Michael-Dowd/dp/B00XBT9YK475 Cigars by Michael Dowd and Adam Diaz DM on IG: https://www.instagram.com/themikedowd/ Website: https://www.themikedowd.com/what-we-do
The Curly Mustache Podcast: Ep. 25 - Michael Dowd & Alonzo Harris
The Curly Mustache Podcast
Hello to all our weekly listeners and new villains out there! Welcome to the big episode 2-5 of The Curly Mustache Podcast. Each week, we take one real-life villain and one fictional villain, discuss their histories, crimes, motives, any connections they have, and whether they are redeemable with our Bowler Hat Scale. This week, we talk about a couple of my least
#115 The Most Corrupt Cop of All Time | Michael Dowd
Michael Dowd is the dirtiest cop in the history of New York City. In the 80s, Michael patrolled the streets of one of the toughest precincts in Brooklyn. He also headed a ruthless criminal network that stole money and drugs, ultimately resulting in the New York’s biggest corruption scandal ever. Mike was the subject of the explosive true crime saga "The Seven Five" Where he tells all as he relives his days as a mobster with a badge.. Mike served 12 years in prison for his activities during that time and is widely considered as one of the most corrupt cops of all-time.
“God is Reality with a personality.” —Rev. Michael Dowd Today we’re sharing a very special Living in Oneness broadcast with you featuring Rev. Michael Dowd, an evolutionary theologian, best-selling author, and evangelist for Big History and an honorable relationship to the future. His 2009 book Thank God for Evolution was endorsed by six Nobel Prize-winning scientists, noted skeptics and by religious leaders across the spectrum. Michael and his wife Connie Barlow, an acclaimed science writer and evolutionary educator, permanently travel North America promoting the inspiring side of science, religious naturalism, and one-story spirituality. Tune in to this podcast, "Thank God for Evolution," to hear Rev. Michael and Steve discuss... Betraying the future by living the Good Life Planting seeds of a healthy religiosity and spirituality The “I-Thou” vs. the “I-It” relationship Treating beings as creatures not tools The personification of Reality And much more! (Note: this is a special rebroadcast and any websites, links, programs, or events mentioned may no longer be active. Thank you!) To hear more about evolutionary reality, please join Lynne McTaggart, Gregg Braden, and Bruce H. Lipton for their Free 3-part online video series, ‘Smarter, Stronger, Faster.’ Explore Humanity’s Team and the timeless truth that We Are All One. Learn more about the Humanity’s Team free education programs. Explore Humanity Stream, our streaming subscription service with unlimited access to our most popular masterclasses and additional inspiring conscious programming, providing 550 hours of total content with a 7-day free trial here! Join us every Friday at 12 noon Pacific / 3pm Eastern for our LIVE Accelebration program, a global community gathering to celebrate and support one another on the conscious journey.
Michael Dowd is the K-State Basic Needs Director and a candidate for Student Body President. He is running alongside Junior Cameron Koger with platforms of advancing, advocating and assembling. On this episode he talks about growing up in a rural community, his SGA experience, his personal journey with mental wellness and more.
159 - Michael Dowd on Post Doom: Life After Accepting Climate Catastrophe
2021 comes in hot with Michael Dowd, ecumenical Christian preacher turned climate grief advocate, whose Post Doom Conversations are a well of wisdom for anyone prepared to stop fighting the inevitable* and start celebrating what actually can be done in these weird, scary, precious years to come. We discuss his time as an evolutionary biology evangelist and his friction with techno-optimists, what it means to live sustainably within a mature religion of place, urban scaling and collective action problems, a general theory for the collapse of market-based civilizations, and how to reorient one’s faith to planetary and secular values that allow us to accept reality as it is and avoid doing further evil to the Biosphere and each other. (*We spend a lot of time in this encounter digging underneath the surety to ask not “Is there hope,” but “Where am I still doomed by my conditioning?”)Please rate and review Future Fossils on Apple Podcasts! And if you believe in the value of this show and want to see it thrive, support Future Fossils on Patreon. Patrons gain access to over twenty secret episodes, unreleased music, our book club, and many other great things as they spill out of my overactive imagination.We’d also love to have you in our thriving little Discord server, if you’re interested in meeting other members of our awesome scene. (And if you’d like to help edit transcripts, please drop me a line at firstname.lastname@example.org.)Intro and outro music by Skytree.Further Reading:My appearance on Post Doom Conversationshttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6d2VX3cx-zM“Irreversible Collapse: Accepting Reality, Avoiding Evil”https://youtu.be/iQeK04WOGaARafe Brown at the University of Kansas Natural History Museumhttps://biodiversity.ku.edu/herpetology“What if preventing collapse isn’t profitable?”https://www.postcarbon.org/what-if-preventing-collapse-isnt-profitable“Six ways to think long-term” by Roman Krznarichttps://medium.com/the-long-now-foundation/six-ways-to-think-long-term-da373b3377a4Gordon White and James Ellis on Accelerationism, Meaning, and Exithttps://runesoup.com/2020/08/accelerationism-meaning-and-exit-rune-soup-hermitix-swapcast/John Michael Greer’s The Long Descenthttps://www.amazon.com/Long-Descent-Users-Guide-Industrial/dp/0865716099Neil Postman’s Technopolyhttps://www.amazon.com/Technopoly-Surrender-Technology-Neil-Postman/dp/0679745408Zach St. George’s The Journey of Treeshttps://www.amazon.com/Journeys-Trees-Forests-People-Future/dp/1324001607Further Listening:MG on cultural mutation rates, network latency, and the collapse of civilizations:https://shows.acast.com/futurefossils/episodes/139MG with Geoffrey West on Complexity Podcast re: cities and scalinghttp://complexity.simplecast.com/episodes/35MG with Scott Ortman on Complexity Podcast re: even ancient rural human settlements obey “urban” scaling lawshttp://complexity.simplecast.com/episodes/48MG with Tim Kohler and Marten Scheffer on The Future of The Human Climate Nichehttp://complexity.simplecast.com/episodes/33MG with Mark Nelson on Biosphere 2 and the yoga of optimismhttps://shows.acast.com/futurefossils/episodes/95MG with Lydia Violet on deep ecology and community as medicinehttps://shows.acast.com/futurefossils/episodes/82MG with Jamaica Stevens on crisis, rebirth, and wisdomhttps://shows.acast.com/futurefossils/episodes/61Kevin Wohlmut reads The Next 10 Billion Years according to Ugo Bardi and John Michael Greerhttps://shows.acast.com/futurefossils/episodes/116And if you just need a breather, here's my music and my recommendations on Spotify. Get bonus content on PatreonSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/futurefossils. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Michael Dowd or Mike Dowd, is the most infamous police officer in New York City history, he was arrested for corruption and criminal activity on the New York City Police Department. He was the main subject of the award winning, "The Seven Five" Documentary. He has been on several big podcasts and talk shows, like, Joe Rogan Experience, Joey Diaz, and the Johnny and Gene Show. The Seven Five Documentary, was a game changer for the Documentary world. Meet the craziest and one of the most corrupt cops in New York City history. In the 1980s, Michael Dowd patrolled the mean streets of one of the toughest precincts in Brooklyn. He also headed a ruthless criminal network that stole money and drugs, ultimately resulting in the city’s biggest ever corruption scandal. In this explosive true crime saga, Dowd tells all as he relives his days as a mobster with a badge. www.themikedowd.com Links to other platforms: YouTube Video Highlights YouTube Full Video Episodes Apple Podcast iHeart Radio Soundcloud Spotify Google Podcast Podbean Instagram (The Comeback Team) Twitter Page Instagram (Bek Lover)
047 Michael Dowd – A Sacred I-Thou Relationship with the Living Earth
State of Emergence
Prominent eco-theologian and “post-gloom collapsologist” Michael Dowd shines the light of evolutionary and ecological wisdom on this time of plagues, fires, floods, corruption, and collapse. He and Terry explore the psychological and relational journey into accepting our sobering predicament, living with accountability to the future, and even discovering lightheartedness amidst their heartbreak. They also consider how to balance certainty with epistemic humility (knowing we don’t know) in a way that keeps us realistic while still open to emergent possibilities. Ultimately, they each share their commitment to live at a depth that is never post-grief or post-gratitude — positively alive to the agony and the ecstasy of our moment in evolutionary time. Michael Dowd is a teacher, speaker, and bestselling author, whose book, Thank God for Evolution, was endorsed by many Nobel Laureates, science luminaries, skeptics, and religious leaders across the spectrum. He is also a prominent speaker and teacher, having delivered programs for TEDx, the United Nations, and Caltech, as well as three acclaimed online conversation series: “The Advent of Evolutionary Christianity” (2011), “The Future Is Calling Us to Greatness” (2015) and his current project, “Post-doom: Regenerative Conversations Exploring Overshoot Grief, Grounding, and Gratitude” (2020). Here are some of the questions he and Terry explore in the episode: Which evolutionary, historical and, ecological patterns can help us understand our civilizational challenges? How might we ground ourselves in appropriate certainty of what we know about our predicament — and live with a sense of possibility that inspires us to be of benefit? How can we live with our individual and collective mortality as a close advisor? How can embracing some gallows humor release us into gratitude for this very moment of life and breath? Why have “post-doom” conversations like this? Can they give us belonging and healing? Can they even prepare us to hold others amidst our looming mass mental health crisis? How might we use the “denser energies” of societal disruption to serve gentler transitions (“softer landings”) into sustainable relationships to the body of life? For more information on Michael Dowd and Terry Patten, check out the following resources: PostDoom.com – Michael Dowd’s Work Michael’s book, Thank God for Evolution MichaelDowd.org TheGreatStory.org Writings of Connie Barlow (Michael’s wife) State of Emergence Podcast Website A New Republic of the Heart website Terry Patten's personal website We hope you appreciate this week’s episode with Michael Dowd on State of Emergence. If you believe these conversations are important and want to support them, please join us as a monthly contributor and become part of our community of listeners. Thank you so much.
Michael Dowd -- Living Fully and Lovingly in the Age of Dying: Deep Adaptation
Reverend Michael Dowd is a Christian minister, author, and eco-theologian. He is known as a bridge builder, making connections between liberals and conservatives, religious and non-religious people, science and religion, and showing how a sacred view of Big History, human nature, and death can inspire each of us to live with greater joy, integrity, purpose, and passion. The heart his current "post-doom" work about living in the age of dying is summed up in his two-part video series, Collapse and Adaptation Primer. According to Rev. Dowd, "These two videos are a 'crash course' in post-doom and deeply adaptive thinking and living. They contain a distillation of humanity’s best and most up-to-date collective intelligence regarding Earth system science, ecology, abrupt climate change, environmental history, and collapsology .... Special attention is given to how we can support each other in staying sane, sober, and inspired in chaotic and challenging times."Core to his way of seeing, Rev. Dowd approaches nature from a sense of gratitude, sacredness, and understanding that he is here to be in service to all life and all creation. Through his work, he has come to deeper understanding of the predicament of modern human civilization, and engages in efforts to give voice to this context, along with his perspectives on a “Christian response”, grounded in compassion and goodwill. He supports audiences in transcending belief systems in a way that deepens connection to the core of their faith.Rather than seeing religion and science as antithetical to each other, Reverend Dowd’s work brings the two together. He believes we are in the midst of an “evidential reformation”, with people increasingly open to religious interpretations based on new scientific, historical, and cross-cultural evidence. For Reverend Dowd, this includes a belief that “Big History is the new Genesis” – that ecology is the new theology. Reverend Dowd believes in the sanctity of Big History -- “the 14 billion year science-based sacred story of cosmic genesis, from the formation of the galaxies and the origin of Earth life, to the development of self-reflective consciousness and collective learning, to the emergence of comprehensive compassion and tools to assist humanity in living harmoniously with the larger body of life.” His work seeks to bridge the "how to live" questions with deep acceptance of reality and big history.This marriage of science and religion forms a thread throughout Dowd’s life and work. Raised a Roman Catholic, Reverend Dowd had a “born-again” experience at the age of 20 and began attending an Assemblies of God church, eventually earning a Master of Divinity degree from Eastern Baptist Theological Seminary (now Palmer Seminary) and serving as a United Church of Christ minister. In 1995, Reverend Dowd became the Religious Organizer for the National Environmental Trust, working with religious leaders from a variety of faiths on social and environmental issues, eventually presenting policy ideas to Congress. Reverend Dowd has also worked with The Portland Sustainable Lifestyle Campaign, and with Global Action Plan’s (now The Empowerment Institute) EcoTeam and Livable Neighborhood programs.His work has been featured in The New York Times, LA Times, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, Newsweek, Discover, and on television throughout the U. S. and Canada. His book, Thank God for Evolution, was endorsed by 6 Nobel Prize-winning scientists, noted skeptics, and religious leaders across the spectrum.Reverend Dowd and his wife, science writer, evolutionary educator, and climate activist Connie Barlow, have spoken to some 3,000 groups throughout North America since April 2002. Reverend Dowd has delivered two TEDx talks and a program at the United Nations, and conducted three acclaimed online conversation series: “The Advent of Evolutionary Christianity” (2011), “The Future Is Calling Us to Greatness” (2015) and “Post-doom: Regenerative conversations exploring overshoot grief, grounding, and gratitude” (2020). Regardless of the format, Reverend Dowd's work provides audiences with applications of evolutionary and ecological wisdom that break through the confusions of these rapidly shifting times.This conversation will focus on the topics related to his most recent “post-doom” work conversation series. What is overshoot, and how does it connect to a Christian minister? What does a “post-doom” context have to do with a service-oriented life? How can traditional religious institutions (and their community members) gracefully integrate an ecological worldview? How can one become resilient in a way that is aligned with evolution, ecology, and perennial wisdom teachings? Join us, along with your volunteer hosts Kozo Hattori and Birju Pandya, in conversation with this deep thinker anchored in faith, history, and science.
Notorious 80’s corrupt cop Michael Dowd, now and ethics consultant for the NYPD, sits with us for an interview. The documentary of his story, The Seven-Five, is available to rent or purchase now. Subscribe now at TheHolePodcast.com