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Friday, January 1st, 2021
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Unobscured - Season 2 - Trailer
"I'm Aaron McKie Creator and host of on obscured a podcast series that explores some of the darkest most misunderstood moments in history season and one was a deep dive into the Salem witch trials in this season of on obscured. We'll trace the path of the spiritualist who followed the Voice of Andrew Jackson. Davis over the course of the nineteenth century spiritualism became a kaleidoscope of novel beliefs courageous people and world shaking events. Here's historian Molly mcgarry. There were always many spiritual `isms both in the nineteenth century and beyond so some people came to the table seeking answers wanting deeply to commune with lost slob. Ones others were curious investigators looking to see for themselves with this new technology could materialize but what I found in what I've been most struck by is that many spiritualists took seriously the possibility of channeling the voices of the dead as a means of both connecting with the past and imagining both worldly and an otherworldly futures new episodes of UN obscured will air on Wednesdays beginning October second listen to obscured on the iheartradio APP apple podcasts. I'd casts or wherever you get your podcasts.
Introducing 13 Days Of Halloween, a New Podcast from Aaron Mahnke, Blumhouse Productions, and iHeartRadio
"Put your headphones on and listen closely because you are about to hear the first ever three D. has seen. Thirteen days of Halloween. All who who Just kidding. A. Remote Hotel this my friend is hopeful. I would. SCANCEN. The caretaker. With. The most unusual guests they sound like someone you trust. Not. Don't touch it don't look at it after. Comes one who is more powerful than I? Will Baptize. With the Holy Spirit. A tour guide that can't be trusted wasn't. Your head. Never. And the newest arrival. Is You way. So. Starring Keegan Michael Key as the caretaker please make yourselves at home. After all. This is it. Produced three dimensional by neural audio to place you right in the center of the story in ways you'll have to hear to believe. For full exposure listened with headphones or air pods. Welcome to the first ever. Halloween podcast. You, bring the headphones. Bring the terror. One story each night starting October nineteenth and ending on Halloween. From iheartradio and blunt house television listen to Aaron McKie's thirteen days of Halloween on the iheartradio APP apple podcasts or ever you get your podcasts.
141 | Ghost in the Machine
"Our world is full of the unexplainable and history is an open book all of these amazing tales right there on display just waiting for us to explore welcome to the cabinet of curiosities one photographer used her camera to capture more than a moment though she managed to snap a picture of something entirely unexpected which he then licensed to George Eastman of the Eastman Kodak Company from then on photographers of all kinds from amateurs to professionals were able to capture come a mere sister had in fact captured a ghost on film the plate she'd used to take the photo had been prepackaged and had not been exposed prior to the as events dude also only ever taken pictures of landscapes and buildings both subjects devoid of people the obvious answer then was that someone in the House had taken a brief rest the house she set up a camera in the Abbey Library it was an older camera unlike the small point and shoot cameras Eastman Kodak was producing back in the special events and daily life with the press a button however speed wasn't everything there is something about those old cameras the way that they could capture the truth of a moment I developed eight months later she got her chance and upon examining the photos she taken noticed something odd about the picture of the library for one the United States it required any subject sitting in front of it to remain completely still for the duration of the photograph is Corbett decided to avoid the hassle of a fidgety subject end of the century saw a drastic leap in progress from the pinhole cameras and Daguerreotypes of past Peter Houston invented the first roll film camera in eighteen eighty one is known as the Society for Psychical Research published a journal detailing MISC- orbits fantastic photo it turns out a friend of hers had contacted them about looking into whether lady and let the camera capture the empty library almost no one was in the house staffer either attending the funeral or relegated to their quarters until the family had returned from the cemetery 1891 Wellington Henry Stapleton cotton also known as Lord Combo meal was killed while visiting London he'd been injured in a horse-drawn carriage accident and very few people within the family knew about the picture and for several years thinks stayed that way then in eighteen ninety five secret society of paranormal researchers weeks after the incident a blood clot in his heart resulted in cardiac arrest four days later he was laid to rest in the town of rendering in Cheshire County England his wife sister the camera's shutter remain open for an hour when Ms Corbett returned to the abbey she packed it up and stowed it until she was able to have the photographic plates inside Civil Corbett had been staying with them for a short time when he passed away she joined lady Combo meal at the funeral providing support for her grieving sister however before she eight from the windows had blown out much of the left side of the shot castellina blinding glow across the bookshelves and some of the furniture and seated in the chair in the foreground was a person well not a whole person he was transparent almost a blur the visage wore a high collared shirts and black cloak his hair was white top half of Lord Combine Mir's ghost visible in the photograph his legs were not they weren't hidden behind anything they simply weren't present which sense given his condition just before he died the horse drawn carriage that had injured him had also crushed his lakes relative who attended him before his death claim to a reporter at the time that his legs had been so badly damaged he would never walk again perhaps that's why he needed to sit in the first place in the chair before getting up again however the person sitting in the chair did not resemble any of the men who might have been in the house at the time there was something else though to while the the date the photograph had been taken and was shocked to find that as the camera was capturing the ghostly image of Lord Combine Mir everyone else was attending his funeral and he had a beard is Corbett showed the photo to her sister who confirmed that it was in fact the late Lord Customer Gordon couldn't believe it she went back to check has raged on since the beginning of time for some their environment and youth shapes who they become as an adult for others it says though the darkness is a part of the bird by a local monk who had witnessed the events firsthand William was a medieval chronicler in during the twelfth century and the monk had lived near Mantis castle where the I'm from birth one man however was so terrible he was considered the first in a new breed of evil story had been told to Williams events had taken place a man who had performed terrible deeds in York had fled to the castle to hide Lord of the castle welcomed him in providing him shelter evils origins are nebulous the debates over nature versus nurture whether a person is made evil or born that way double in paradise rumors had begun to circulate about the wife that she'd been seen another man behind her husband's back determined to get to the bottom of things the man told here from the people chasing him when he died down the man ventured into town eventually finding a woman with whom he could settle down and start a new life but there was revelation and in his rage he lost his footing he fell off a beam and landed hard beside the bed his wife's lover ran out while she hurried to her husband yes his wife that he'd be leaving for a trip and would be gone for several days once he was gone however the truth about his wife was finally revealed as she welcomed her lover into the aide telling him he must have bumped his head rather hard as there had been no one else in the house whatever he thought he'd seen must have been a hallucination from the fall her home her husband saw the whole thing he'd snuck back into the House and hid among the rafters in the bedroom waiting he was furious about the stories of what the man had done in his previous life he urged him to confess his sins and take holy communion so that he would be free of spiritual burden if his condition turn for the worse the man no couldn't be bothered with amongst request he knew what he had seen and no amount of misdirection could make him forget unquenched evil coursing through his veins could not be stopped by such a ceremonial end the nights after his burial but as the old saying goes don't put off till tomorrow what you can do today the man's condition did in fact worsen and during the nights he passed away eight for fear of being attacked everyone locked their doors at night each evening he emerged his rotting corpse growing worse it stench despite not confessing his sins or taking the Eucharist the man was given a Christian burial and perhaps that's where the monks plan had gone wrong a man with asthma tormenting their town the monk held gathering of other religious men from all over Europe to help him deal with it however some in the town couldn't wait his wife had been with another man in their bed and he couldn't rest until he had gotten justice he told the monk he'd consider his request the following day any longer a problem had to be dealt with immediately so while the religious men eight and brainstormed two brothers took matters into their own hands their father had save it had been disturbed from the inside the brothers stabbed the corpse the blood inside oozed all over the Oh man actually had hurt himself quite badly and he was ordered to strict bedrest until he was healed the monk went to visit him he had heard the he rose from the dead he wandered all over town with a pack of barking dogs in tow exacting vengeance on anyone in his path villagers refused to go out at night ounce folk it faced off against what is widely considered to be the first known vampire. I hope you've been died after coming in contact with the walking corpse and they didn't want anyone else meeting a similar fate shovels in hand they went to the cemetery where the man had been buried it didn't take them long to dig him up he hadn't been buried as deeply as they expected and he didn't look the way dead body was supposed to look rather than had done the monster was gone no one else died from the evil man's poisonous clouds after that but something else had emerged that night it wouldn't rotting husk of dried skin and bones he was instead filled with blood the shroud he'd been buried with was ripped up as well something was odd about the screen hauled the body out of the grave and took it just outside of town where they built a funeral pyre to finish it off once and for all the brothers beat the body repeatedly with the shovel before ripping read within a cloud of death and decay that killed those who got too close many who survived move far away leaving those who chose to stay to deal with the dead be given name for another five hundred years or so but the monks story had given birth to a legend as immortal as the man it was based on the monk and the photography during the late eighteen hundreds and the joy today's guided tour of the cabinet of curiosities subscribe for free on Apple podcasts or learn more about the show by visiting curiosities PODCAST DOT com. The show was created by me Aaron McKie in partnership with how stuff works I make another award winning show called law which is a podcast books series and television show and you learn all about it over at the world of Lor Dot Com and until next time stay curious it's hard out then tossing the body and the heart's on the fire once the corpse had been reduced to ash the two men told the monk and his companions at the Church of what the.
"Hi, I'm Robert Evans hosted behind the bastards and if you love my show here big fan of history, you may also be a fan of the word obscured, but if you like the word of scared, but you preferred be prefixed with Unser. It's unobstructed each check out. The podcast on obscured with Aaron mckie is the creator of the hit podcast Lor and this podcast delves into like aspects of history that old dark and moldy, and kind of lacking in context and perspective. So every season, Aaron takes one of these historical dark moments and really shine some light on it. So if you're looking for new cool history podcast checkout on obscured over three hundred twenty five years ago, the community of Salem, Massachusetts was rocked by something that few ever thought possible. It's been called an outbreak away of hysteria or the perfect storm at the confluence of seemingly unrelated ideas, events, and beliefs, whatever we try to call it though. We always seem to miss the Mark. The Salem, witch trials is equal parts universally known and barely understood by most people. It's one of those subjects we quickly dismissed because of its deceptive. Simplicity beneath that veneer however, is a dark and complex tale of fear. It's easy to lose perspective on history. The events of Salem took place over three centuries ago. That's three hundred years of looking back three hundred years of storytelling and three hundred years of preconceived notions about what we think happened from where we stand today. We forgotten more about Salem than we ever remember. Time has taken away from us. That's why the series exists over the centuries. The Salem witch trials have become obscured by time and distance. It's mysterious and misunderstood by most people. I want to clean that foggy window to leave it clear and understandable on obscured. By digging deep and shedding light on its darkest moments by cutting through the confusion by letting the people and their stories move us forward. That's how we can truly learn from such dark moment in history. Each episode of uninspired blends my narrative approach to complex historical events, interviews with renown historians and new hauntingly beautiful soundtrack by Chad Lawson. So join me on October. Third, as we crack open the dark pages of history for the inaugural season of on obscured learn more and find links to subscribe over at history on obscured dot com.
Introducing Unobscured, a new podcast from the creator of Lore
"Hey, this is Matt and following. This is the trailer for a new show called unim- scored that is created by Aaron mckie the guy who made Lor salacious listen to the trailer together and hopefully you'll like it. Over three hundred twenty five years ago, the community of Salem, Massachusetts was rocked by something that few ever thought possible. It's been called an outbreak a wave of hysteria or the perfect storm at the confluence of seemingly unrelated ideas, events, and beliefs, whatever we try to call it though. We always seem to miss the Mark. The Salem, witch trials is equal parts universally known and barely understood by most people. It's one of those subjects we quickly dismissed because of its deceptive. Simplicity beneath that veneer however, is a dark and complex tale of fear. It's easy to lose perspective on history. The events of Salem took place over three centuries ago. That's three hundred years of looking back three hundred years of storytelling and three hundred years of preconceived notions about what we think happened from where we stand today. We forgotten more about Salem than we ever remember. Time has taken it away from us. That's why this series exists over the centuries. The Salem witch trials have become obscured by time and distance. It's mysterious and misunderstood by most people. I want to clean that foggy window to leave it clear and understandable on obscured. By digging deep and shedding light on its darkest moments by cutting through the confusion by letting the people and their stories move us forward. That's how we can truly learn from such a dark moment in history. Each episode of unexcused blends my narrative approach to complex historical events, interviews with renowned historians and new hauntingly beautiful soundtrack by Chad Lawson. So join me on October. Third, as we crack open the dark pages of history for the inaugural season of on obscured learn more and find links to subscribe over at history on obscured dot com.
"GEICO Presents Monster Counseling Dracula tell me how you're feeling no one understands how lonely these no one will even let me into their house I can knock but they ignoring me What else I look in the mirror? Don't even see myself anymore if you don't see yourself clearly, can you really expect others to having a breakthrough? It's not easy to be a vampire, but with GEICO it's super easy to switch and save hundreds on your car insurance. On September Seventeenth Two thousand nine, twenty, four year old trees Richardson disappeared without a trace in the woods near Malibu? California. And was never seen alive again. I'm Katherine Townsend hosted podcast Helen Gone. We're going to try to find out what really happened to my trace Richardson. School of humans iheartradio present Helen Gone. Season Three. Listen to Helen gone on the iheartradio APP apple podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts. All right. Good news everybody. It is time for junior and a brand new poem. Junior, love it. Let's go halloween and our not title. Juniors Halloween Poem He. Would s deep junior and I love it. Go. Share to he'd go. Halloween is coming. Well we are really dealing with scary. I'm talking about the dude in the White House the one with the yellow, hairy. Kobe nineteen people lockdown in the house and you talking about giving that. WHO HAIL COMING OUT? If I was a parent. I wouldn't take my kids trick or treat. y'All talking about candy from a stranger ain't no. Win The hail I'd be eating it. Closed. On the street. Even, the ghost have been talking. About not coming out because all a y'all been coffin. Keats tell NATO be no trick or treat. You get an old custom, some Christmas candy from last year, and that's all you'll be eaten. Boo the. Yes. Booed the and. I'll. Listening. ooh. Which I, what what who? Do. Pass which tributary. Andy I'm going to put the candy outside on a table. Like in a Big container like a cooler and the kids can just. thinking. Oh. You just go you. Go You. Go you going to try to be a widely this holiday? Given. Flashing Pitches of Candy, on my house. So. When you come back each challenge. Because a covert, you ain't GonNa get it. Panic go get a different pitch you know. Live. In suburb twenty today saying the child on on y'all y'all. Though. Those kids are GonNA come coming in and it's going be contactless Churkin's reading. So you gotta figure out creative ways. That's why I came up with that idea about the cooler on the table I sat in the driveway. and. I'd sit in my window upstairs and Soda Candy and. Kind. The little. The little boy who Chan? Yeah. He did like a slingshot in shot. Put The candy in a little bucket and like. You know like it propelled out to the out readers. Yeah he's. A little bucket. You got an idea. Got You leave me your name and address and win Kovic all over. Brain Candy. Whistle High salzone live. clipboard. Slave. Tell you what you don't. You don't pass out them hot as much to them. GonNa. Vote. Oh you know what else? Like an old you know like a gutter pipe like a gutter thing they. Shoot, so the slide it down. Last year by the time he gets. Back. At, home, Depot Lowe's hand to. Give out real candy or do you give out like you know? No one ever eat because. Snickers and twix people don't all that. Bottle people give out. The candidates Shirley never five three keys live be. got. A thirds candy. We got today like nerds we got. In Menendez. see. Treat him on neighborhood time. Trick untreated Monday by the time you get to the third. House. Yo. Ask Be Exhaust. All right. Thank you. Halloween, poem and. Coming out yet that was my favorite part coming up next the nephew with today's prank phone call right after this, you're listening Steve. Harvey morning, show. What's up? I am machine gun Kelly and look I know Halloween is going to suck this year because there's no trick or treating and all that but I've got a tree. PODCAST that I made with my friends twenty, four, K. Golden and Dr Data, Tida and Satan. Well, saints not. My friend, but Tommy Lee is and Tommy Lee is playing Satan but they'll just take it from me. Tell Him Satan. Thanks student feels great to be planned Satan on this podcast who listened to Halloween in hell on iheart radio APP, apple podcasts or whatever you get your podcasts on. Thirteen days of Halloween. Remote hotel the most unusual guests, a tour guide that can't be trusted. And the newest arrival. Is You. Sound like someone you trust. Starring Keegan. Michael Key as the caretaker, please make yourself at home after all. This is it. One story each night starting October nineteen and ending on Halloween. From iheartradio and blame house television listen to Aaron McKie's thirteen days of Halloween on the iheartradio APP apple podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts.
You Can't Come Back To Church
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Coming up at the top of the hour about four minutes after it's my strawberry letter for today the subject I don't WanNa. Hurt the. Little Guy. We'll get into that. I don't like how to ask Sam. No you don't and. I knew you were going to say that. WHO Nephew Tommy. Is here right now today's prank phone call. You can't come back to church. You can't come back. Let's. Go Rhino. Here is list. Hello I'm trying to reach. Sheri's Mayfield. Deacon biles from the. Church AKA bones. Slight Just just Ma'am okay. From from from d you can you hear me good This phone work, we're we're good. Am I thought okay. Okay that. Calling the Deacon Board and had a meeting as well as A. Past and. They didn't have a meeting. Come to the understanding that. DIG Oh ask you. To not come to church right now 'cause let about that the the your here can. James. Being in jail you. and. Won't won't you to just up I don't know if they suspend you from church right now but. They could put a bad look on the church. My key is being in jail. Put a bad look on the church. would. have. To come up with now, we'd had a meeting with the dig and pass does I don't understand why John have a meeting about my kids in the church. One, my kids got to do with the church. We do a good example to the youth that we got do. Okay, you can sure a good example by me being they're paying my ties and offering. Another thing that had been brought down. We're going to be calling a Lotta members of. People not paying. Way they both I pay my past. I don't know I. Don't know who told you that they can buy I don't even know first of all who you are and I'm not trying to be mean to you and I don't I don't even understand why you how you even got my phone number. I paid my calf I, pay my offering going oh computer. EPA charge call. You'll secretary or whoever? You make you do you pay your? According to what you make. Yeah I, do check the books. Now. What do we check the book that we don't know exactly what you make what I'm saying What I make. Is My business between me and Jesus I gave him his ten percent and that's all Mars he'll need to know. Where you come from the main issue. is about the boys and being a you know disrupted away here they don't want that to be to bleed over into the UKWA. Right a minute at first of all, I would appreciate it. If you have happened tell me this this. and. This second of all if somebody kids is having trouble in the world or what Y'all supposed pay for them not put him at the church off Mama. We go we go pray for him. We're GONNA pray for you. To. Share it over to the youth that we got doing good with alcohol keep coming y'all can't stop me for coming to the church I'll go keep coming. So? I don't know you're talking to and you pass call me and tell me I can't come them ill, and you have nobody called me telling me that I can't come to heal. That is a free church almost. You get the path of the call because you have. No BS is calling me telling me that I can't come to God. Look role with me. I'm not getting I'm not getting angry with nobody. Did I work I don't work eighteen sixteen hours today a day I don't have half nobody calling me telling me that I can't come to a church that I pay my calves and offering it not that I. own the Church I pay my dad because that's guy. But John, really making me upset by telling me I can't come now 'cause my kids didn't they tribal were. You. I talked because I over snap is that any? There you go. Being would meet Megan. I don't know who that is. How could you call somebody about church is over the phone These, don't make sense. Hello Yeah One more thing. This nephew talent from Steve Harvey morning. got. You. What? I do. I. Talk. Like this. Talking about. Mobile. Keep you out the laws. Ensure every Sunday. Outcome into. The name I J Thank you. Let me ask you something. This radio show in the land. Now, do you even have to ask me that Steve Harvey more? I love her laugh I love her left. Got So. Much detail you this nephew Tommy speech she hauled last. I love her lab I got. Was Good. That was good. Has Yeah. Baby bring ignorant. J. J. However. Jay. Was Excellent man. Word better than excellent. I can't think of it right now. That's what I'm talking about. I know who who is. When I knew some I know who asa neon excellence beyond. The Moon. Watched it. Was it Dounia that boy you. Love. Fairly how? It was good. You're the king of Pranks King. Last but not least Mrs Steve Harvey. How was today was I believe I K- believe hug good you are. You. The. Best Auto Man, how the world do you live with your own greatness? Is. An is so hard me. Is. Say who I I mean it's just it's difficult. You live with your great. Great. To be hard. It's gotta be. His Malone. is so much excellence as you could put the excellent you have in another person and still have excellent leftover. That's. Wild. Nazi that's a compliment. You complimented me. What, and that's for Free Jay you're saying this. Wow. Wow this how you complimentary. Pay Somebody comments is that what you're saying Sherp? Touching. Sure. I'm just you know he's the whole show I'm asking you a question. I want to answer. Okay. Well, let's see pay someone and we'll see how how well they do. I don't think you need to. Jay Did it for free. Yeah, he did. Be. Careful. King of pranks lighten up on the more. You Edgy because you need more. Four. Hundred Dollars Watch I'll take us out with. Do you compliments Happy. How much? Cash 'em. We'll. We'll let your uncle close it out with how great you are go ahead st you'll greatness is a real asset. To those of us on this show. Being, able to even call you my damn nephew. All right. Thank you. Deserve suit. Oh. Wait. Up Next. Strawberry letter subject I don't WanNa hurt. The Little Guy we'll get into it right after. You're listening to. Harvey. Morning Show.
Your Vote Matters
"Welcome to the criminally podcast. I'm Holly Fry and Maria Marquis together we're exploring the intersection of history and true crime. Our first season of the show is all about lady poisoners sometimes women take power for themselves and sometimes they do it through murder but how many were just misunderstood join us on criminally as untangle their stories on the iheartradio APP apple podcasts or wherever you listen to podcasts. If. You Crack Open an American history book. It's short to be filled with founding fathers, bloody wars in the inventions that brought this country to the industrial age. But there's a whole other world that waits for us in the shadows tales of unlikely heroes, world changing tragedies and legends that are unique to this country spirit. So join me Lauren Vogel bomb for a tour of American history unlike any other through new podcast from iheartradio Aaron McKie's grim and mild get ready for American shadows. Listen to American shadows on Apple podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts. All right listen how many more days left before voting what is it now? Sixty seven days six. Sixty seven. Wow, I can't believe surely. CanNot tell devoted. You know what show. 'cause we talk about before we go to air in the more. We talk about what we saw TV last night. We were talking and the Republican National. Convention, it was disheartening. It was really really disheartening because I've never seen such a large group of people. Totally ignore. The biggest issue Outside of Corona virus in this country today. Virus is number one because it affects every single life whether you want to not now black lives matters not affecting. Everybody's life because they don't want to just ignore likes not happening but for this to be an administration of a country. And to not once acknowledge the hurt that has to be going on in our community over what's happening to our people. You know the only person I saw even try to address. Was Ben Carson, and then he messed it all up. A little bit later on his speech. I said, wow this dude is trying to get somebody to tip to pay attention. But the entire convention ignored US mad. They ignored everything about black lives matter. Dave. Ignored everything about the future of US country with Corona virus and I you know we can't do this again. We've got to vote like our lives depend on it because they do. It does and they suit up and Michelle Obama said. We have to have some urgency. This, coming election we have to vote early we have to plan for it I. Keep saying that I know it sounds crazy but you got a plan for it. You gotta lay your clothes out. You gotta get there because because we do that in A. That's important to us. You know we take the time to plan. This is very important as well. We have to plan for this. Hope is important to the younger generation. You know what Thomas Back? I'm concerned about the older people too. I'm just concerned. About Taking this thing seriously land because of the efforts that the Republicans are doing to suppress our vote when they took all those mailbox out, they took him out of out of democratic precincts. When they took all those mail sorting machines I it was too slow the mail down when they dissed and shutdown all those polling places sixteen to turn it into one that was to frustrate you at the polls. Man They're doing everything. You know you're right. That's been going on for generations Steve Generations. They want you to think that your vote doesn't matter and you know people. Like that. But What if your vote doesn't matter why they? Why they try. If Not To vote, you've got to think about these things. Boxes but yes. They're closing. Yeah, they're closing polls. They're doing all kinds of stuff to suppress your vote. You matter your vote matters. Okay. You've got to get to the polls. If you have not registered, we say this every day several times a day. Go to vote for one one dot org vote for one dot org. You can find out where your polling places you can find out when you can early vote and where all of that. Okay. You've gotTa do this this year your life depends on. Oh, give a damn. Where said I'm calling I don't care I'm not kidding there. Yeah. This. And Miss it and we need everybody does plan voting to make sure all of your relatives, all of your friends, all of your neighbors of voting. This is not the time. I. Don't care if live in the projects to suburbs the pit houses behind gates we have got to go vote for the for the regular people out here who these policy will will affect to the point of detriment we got into these polls. Right. All right. Coming up next, we're going to switch gears here. Nephew Tommy is here with today's prank phone call. We'll get get into it right after this you're listening to. The. Show. Who? Say. Hi I'm Heidi Mirko host of what to expect a new podcast from. Radio when I first wrote what to expect when you're expecting I was pregnant with my daughter Emma and my Nisshin was simple to help parents know what to expect every step of the way that mission has grown a lot would it hasn't changed fast forward now Amazon Com, Hey, guys we're teaming up to answer your biggest pregnancy and parenting questions from breastfeeding to sleep to tackling tantrums. Motherhood is the ultimate sisterhood, but it can be overwhelming if you don't know what to expect. Listen to what to expect on the iheartradio APP apple podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts Ama-. Are you ready mom I was born ready If you crack open an American history book, it's sure to be filled with founding fathers, bloody wars in the inventions that brought this country to the industrial age. But there's a whole other world that waits for us in the shadows tales of unlikely heroes, world changing tragedies and legends that are unique to this country's spirit. So join me Lauren welcome bomb for a tour of American history unlike any other through new podcast from iheartradio Aaron McKie's grim and mild get ready for American shadows. Listened to American shadows on Apple podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts.
Another Mad Max Movie Is Coming, Without Mad Max
"Hi I'm newly the host of now this kid's the news can be a lot. It's hard to keep track of what's happening and more importantly what matters with the first step towards helping understanding, and that's where we commend. Each week now, this kids will dive deep into understanding our changing world and give families the tools to talk about the important issues. Why does inequality exists how climate change affect my future and what does it mean to fight for lgbtq plus rights? We'll have headlines, explainers and explorations of uplifting stories that inspire and inform along with special guest interviews, educational guides and ways. Families can take action together. So join me the freemen. Alexandra Alba. Water. As we unpacked the news in ways, your family can use subscribe now to now this kids. Thirteen days of Halloween. A Remote Hotel, the most unusual guests tour guide that can't be trusted. And the newest arrival. Is You. Sound like someone you trust. Starring Keegan Michael Key, as the caretaker threes mentioned Salvato after all. This is it. One story each night starting October nineteen and ending on Halloween. From iheartradio and blame house television listen to Aaron McKie's thirteen days of Halloween on the iheartradio APP apple podcasts or were you get your podcasts Hollywood with Ryan seacrest there've been five mad max movies over the past forty one years and they shared one thing in common that MACs. But for the first time, a film set in the universe without the title character is on the way fury. Osa, we'll tell the original story of Shelly Sharon's character by the name featured in two thousand, Fifteen Oscar with Mad Max fury road. Derosa we'll be played by Anna Taylor Joy. In this new store who is best known for night shamans glass and her breakout in the horror film, the witch Chris Hemsworth has joined the cast not sure if Israel yet fans me happy to know Furioso was co written and be directed by the mastermind behind all the mad Max Movies George Miller. So expected to beat very faithful to the source material and too most likely go into production at some point next year. Direct from Hollywood. What's up? I am machine Kelly and look I know Halloween is gonNA suck this year because there's no trick or treating and all that but I've got treat there's musical podcast that I made with my twenty four K. Golden and Dr Data Todd and say Well Saints. Not My friend but Tommy Lee is Tommy Lee is playing Satan but they'll just take it from me. Tell Him Satan thanks student feels great to be playing Satan on this podcast. Listened to Halloween in hell on IHEART radio APP APPLE PODCASTS for whatever you get your podcasts on. Jay's mcdonagh work of to another edition that against. For former gangster James McDonald Gangsta Rapper Kim Sergei amuse music inside norm steel fringed against the Quantico podcast the. PODCAST is a weekly conversation with everyone from gangsters, police, and bank robberies to rapid politicians next boys. Oh, and against the chronicles now down with the black thick podcast network. You know what to do. The official gangster chronicles podcast listen to the kings two chronicles iheartradio APP on Apple podcast where you can get your podcast so. He's
This Classic Cut Just Became The Oldest Pop Song Ever To Hit The Top 10
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Sports Talk with Junior 08/25/20
"Extending X by is just fast. It's Internet that gives you peace of mind security because if it's connected. It's protected. Yeah. Even your robot back you. Can Your Internet do that learn more at xfinity dot com slash X. Y. If you crack open an American history book it's short to be filled with founding fathers, bloody wars in the inventions that brought this country to the industrial age. But there's a whole other world that waits for us in the shadows tales of unlikely heroes, world changing tragedies and legends that are unique to this country spirit. So join me lauren vocal bomb for a tour of American history unlike any other through a new podcast from iheartradio Aaron McKie's grim and mild get ready for American shadows. Listen to American shadows on Apple podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts. All right. You know what time it is ladies and Gentlemen Junior is here with sports talk. Junior. Surely, the NFL Commissioner got something to say math. Yeah he oh, he didn't found itself in NFL. According to the Black Information, network NFL Commissioner. Roger Goodell. See He should have listened to any about the reason he begins kneeling during the national anthem back in two thousand sixteen really really. Oh now we from understanding. Goodell. Did a recent interview and he said he's sorry for not talking with cap finally. Yes. Finally, going to admit it. Then he could deal also said that the players kneeling it's not about the flag what the Hell we saying no. Here. We been saying this. Carrying, Played Info you. This is great. This is happening. There's a turn happening first of all Goo Goo Dale doing something that our president won't do. He apologized admitted it. He was. You look at the Republican National Convention last night they steal mad back to kneel because it gives him a platform to stand on this great American flag it out military. It's never been about that. The military is not may they know what it's? Absolutely, right day not even upset about it. Why would the NFL have something against the military that doesn't even make narrative doesn't even make. It with anybody. To your base, it makes all kinds of C. is. Most of us. Have family members somewhere in some branch. soldier. Airy don't talk. A weeden prayed for the safe return of soldiers and military people for years. Thank them for their service. Black. People. Awesome praying people. About, when it comes to people in me. And now, all of a sudden man, he made that little soapbox don't stand and they still doing it and they they are using that as an agenda but don't most appalling part of it. All I noticed not on the subject but for them to have on their show, the to white people that was out front of the house would up with a A. An, a nine or whatever she has gone. For you the president of a United States and put out in the front of your convention to people with guns to some. On peaceful protesters. Yeah and put that out there like best you'll statement that's divisive right there man. Horrible, president really is horrible prison. Person Thank Hershel? John. Coming up at the top of the hour, can couples who don't agree on politics last we'll talk about that right after this you're listening to Steve Harvey Morning Show. Lot of the tracks is a new podcast about legendary music producer, Phil Spector in the murder of Lana Clarkson. This podcast is hosted by me Jake Brennan Creator and host of the award winning music and true crime podcast is graceland season. One features ten episodes told from the perspective of those who knew Phil Spector best his so called friends just like Phil Spector. This podcast sounds like nothing heard before blood on the tracks contains adult content and explicit language listen to blood on the tracks of the iheartradio APP apple podcasts wherever you get your podcasts. Carlos Watson I'm hosting a primetime talk show. Guess what I'm not a white guy named Jimmy. Hey. With a global pandemic historic recession, racial justice protests twenty twenty, not a joke. We need something more than late night comedians helped make sense of this craziness. Welcome to the Carlos Watson show look it's going to be brand new deep conversations with everyone from now complied walt. And back again, join me Carlos Watson on the Ozzy Youtube Channel or listened to the podcast version on the iheartradio APP apple podcasts or wherever else you listen.
138 | Hi-Ho
"Our world is full of the unexplainable and history is an open book all of these amazing tales right there on display just waiting for us to explore welcome to the cabinet of curiosities impossibly so and they'd been fashioned into convex by a spherical lenses not unlike contact lenses made today except modern contacts and time one thing is certain though the lenses were not a viking origin nor were they native to the region according to one expert these rock crystals were in poor hold and researchers haven't ruled out the possibility that the Vikings had tried to assemble them into some kind of telescope but their craftsmanship wasn't the only corruption lenses are made in labs by computer guided hardware in many cases one inch thick plastic discs called Lens blanks are loaded into machines that grind or maybe to start fires more easily by focussing the sun's rays at a pile of kindling it's also possible that they were used in a similar fashion to cauterize wounds on the battlefield Ernie from our first steps on earth to our walk on the Moon history also allows us to see what went wrong and how we can do things better the next time around it brings things into focus so to speak and perhaps the vikings were looking for some of that focus when they came across rock crystals in eleventh century Sweden in shape them until they're the perfect curvature based on the patient's prescription but the Viking crystals from visby in Gotland also known as the visby lenses were made behind these weren't like the jagged crystals most people are used to with pillars of clear quartz seeming to grow out of the rocks no these crystals were smooth eighteen emperors bodyguard soup just happened to be vikings they were most likely fashioned in eastern Europe where they were set in silver before being passed through the Vikings without the proper formulas available to them Viking artisans would have had to shape each Chris still by trial and error and we know this because subsequent excavations of the area covered other artifacts such as beads and partial lenses all failed attempts on the road to the perfect lens of course one has to wonder what happened to the in nineteen ninety seven team of scientists from a university in Germany arrived on the island of Gotland off the coast of Sweden to study the rock crystals the Vikings had left these crystals were too large to wear clearly the vikings had bigger plans for them they were most likely used to magnify small objects artists looking through its we can examine how we got to where we are today there's much to learn from major events or discoveries of the past and what they can tell us help us chart yeah craftsman using a lathe that he turned as he shaped them by hand it's easy to think of them as jewelry especially since some of them were found cradled in silver fittings extensive trade network today a large collection of these lenses resides in visby at the Foreign Saul Historical Museum more lenses can be seen in the Swedish in sixteen o weights when Galileo gazed up at the stars unfortunately any research or information on their creation has been lost the ravages of time knowledge that led those lens makers to their final design had it been available to others for use in expand upon it's possible the first telescope might have been created much early live from the Middle East into western Russia before they were purchased by Swedish merchants who brought them home another theory states that the crystals were brought to Sweden by the bodyguards of business are deeper than we might think. Today's modern conveniences may have gotten their start many centuries ago as people look for ways to make their lives easier with new technology national museum in Stockholm although it's clear that many have been lost over the years their existence is a wonder and it reminds us that history goes thing special about the visby lenses in fact the lenses have brought in our vision of what was capable hundreds of years before mathematicians had calculated the ideal lens shape say that these lenses have brought the past into focus and thanks to what these pioneers left behind we have a better understanding of humanity's journey toward advancement and progress which means it might be fair I'm Erin Maki Creator and host of on obscured season one was a deep dive into the Salem witch trials in this season of on obscured we'll trace the path table seeking answers wanting deeply to commune with lost loved ones others were curious investigators looking to see for themselves with this new technology could materialize your podcasts the best stories the ones that trend off of the spiritualist who followed the Voice of Andrew Jackson Davis over the course of the nineteenth century spiritualism became a kaleidoscope of novel beliefs courageous people and world shaking events here's historian Molly mcgarry air were always many spiritualism both in the nineteenth century and beyond so some people came to the with the past and imagining both worldly and other worldly futures listen to one obscured on the iheartradio APP apple podcasts or wherever you get on it but there are stories the go back even further they've lasted hundreds of years to changing and transforming with each retelling but still holding onto the a family trying to survive the winter in haunted hotel jaws by Peter Benchley didn't make people afraid of the water no that happened in nineteen six magic that made them timeless in the first place and at the heart of one of the most famous ones is Maria Suffo- von Berthel Maria was a baroness from the eighteen when one shark killed five people during a summer at the Jersey shore but the news reports inspire Benchley tale of underwater terror and the blockbuster film based hired by the very real and very haunted Stanley hotel in the Colorado rockies in fact King suffered a nightmare while stain there they gave him the seed for a story but what I found an and what I've been most struck by is that many spiritualists took seriously the possibility of channelling voices of the dead as a means of both connecting among the Bavarian elite after the birth of his daughter though his wife passed away not wanting to live alone in his castle nor to raise his children by himself insent time and stay with us for generations are often grounded in a little bit of truth the Fictional Overlook Hotel in Stephen King's the shining was insp- area she was born in seventeen twenty nine to Prince Philip Christoph von Earth Oil and Baroness von Bettendorf Philip owned large swaths of land and was well respected he married the Countess Spun Reichen Shine Claudia Elizabeth Maria von but the Countess was not what anyone would call motherly she hated her stepchildren and was frequently cruel especially to Maria her father didn't know about it though or if he did he didn't care he was too busy tending to royal is known as the Talking Mirror because they said it always spoke the truth it lived within the castle with Maria her father and her stepmother this such as the factory he owned that specialized in making glass and mirrors for the town in fact one mirror produced by the factory had a surface so perfect alert adults were often employed to navigate them they even wore brightly colored hoods when going through the particularly small tunnels and if all of this sounds familiar there was also a mine in the nearby town of Bieber reached only by traveling over seven mountains due to the minds narrow tunnels and short ceilings children and small adjective talking mirror to find snow white who then fell into a mysterious sleep after biting into a poison apple Snow White was then placed in a glass coffin where she awaited into the glass factory owned by Maurice Father but unlike her fictional counterpart the baroness never found true love nor did she marry a prince by woods only to encounter seven dwarves who provided her with safety and shelter of course Snow White's stepmother the evil queen then used her you wouldn't be wrong it's believed that Baroness Maria Sophia von Earth all was the real life inspiration for snow white the princess who fled her evil stepmother for the her prince to deliver true love's kiss and break the spell the talking mirror already existed within the castle dwarves were based on real men who worked in the unmarried and without children a far cry from the fairy tale told to young children at bedtime and although she didn't quite get that happily ever after is nearby and the poison apple that was most likely inspired by the deadly nightshade plant that grew all over the region a legend has it that the glass coffin was she was poisoned by nightshade though but rather than putting her to sleep it took her eyesight instead she lived to the ripe old age of seventy one before passing away in volume released three years later and although you might not know them by their first names you definitely know them by another the brothers Grimm. I hope you've enjoyed today's guided tour of the cabinet of curiosities subscribe for free on Apple podcasts or learn more about the show oh she deserved her story still lives on today. Tales of the Baroness probably circulated by word of mouth around town. So it's a good thing Jacob and Wilhelm history is a lens lived only fifty miles from where she lived they'd been known to gather folklore from all over Europe their first batch of stories was published in eighteen twelve with by visiting curiosities PODCAST DOT COM. The show was created by me Aaron McKie in partnership with how stuff
151 | Carved Up
"Our world is full of the unexplainable and history is an open book. All of these amazing amazing tales right there on display just waiting for us to explore. Welcome to the cabinet of Curiosities People's devotion to a higher power is no more evident than in the structures. They build to honor. Its from small congregations in modest churches to vast networks of bishops and clergy that Worshiping Great Cathedrals every religious group has a place where they can commune with their chosen. God Hindu turned Buddhist Temple of Anger Watson. Cambodia sits on four hundred two acres it remains to this day as the largest religious structure in the World Prambanan Hindu temple compound in Indonesia is comprised of two hundred it forty individual temples and dates back to the eighth century but few religious monuments are as unique as Kyla temple in India. Construction of the Hindu structure was started during the eighth century. And it resides in Maharashtra. A region in western India and took its name from the Himalayan home of the God Shiva the the base of the temple features enormous elephants. chiseled out of rock that seemed to hold the whole thing up. When visitors stepped through the two story entrance into the central courtyard? They can see a stone carving of Nandi the sacred bull of Shiva in fact. She is depicted throughout the temple as twenty three tall statues and within expertly carved relief panels else and there are other reliefs in panels as well two of which depict scenes from two of the most important Sanskrit epics of ancient India. The rummy Yana and the Maha brought the Mahabharata tells the story of a battle between two groups of cousins during a massive war while the Ramona is about to Prince Rama who was exiled to the forest for many years before he returned home to be crowned King and these tales have been meticulously carved into the walls of the temple as relief permanent reminders of India's rich history legend has it that the temple was part of a bargain made by a worried queen. Her king had been very sick and was near death. The Queen prayed to the God Shiva for a cure making to promises as well I she would build a temple in Shiva's name second. She would fast until its completion. Leashes illustrating her dedication to the king and to her God. The Queen's husband did recover and true to her words. She commissioned builders to begin work becoming temple immediately. There was just one problem it was going to take years to complete. She couldn't starve herself for that long. But in a stroke of good fortune and engineer engineer came forward with the plan if he started building from the top down he could finish the temple within a week with the help of the engineer. Workers move between two two hundred thousand and four hundred thousand tons of rock to construct the temple but they didn't do it in a week. That's just with. The Legend says a temple as big sky. Lhasa took more than seven days to build. No matter how many people were involved in total it took them roughly twenty six years to complete. The workers did however work their way to the ground from the top of temple and if that sounds physically impossible because it would be if they had been using materials brought in from other places but but Kailash temple wasn't assembled it was carved the whole temple twice the area of the Parthenon was dug out of a single mountain over two one hundred tons of volcanic rock were excavated from the site as they worked and being the eighth century. Workers didn't have cranes or backhoes to help move things around. They carved served out the whole thing including all the sculptures and relief panels using nothing more than hammers and chisels. Kyla temple is part of have a collection of thirty three other cave temples. Known as the Laura KS but it stands out because of its size and method of construction at one hundred fifty feet from the top of the mountain and three stories tall. It's an unrecognized wonder of the world and proof that one's devotion to their faith can run deep very very deep. You you might not have heard of Diogo Elvis in the realm of serial killers. His name doesn't stoke fear or fascination the way Ted Bundy or Richard Speck might but get to know him a little and you start to see a man who deserves the same notoriety as his peers especially in death. Alvarez was born in Galicia Spain in eighteen ten this family was poor and a childhood injury incurred after falling off. The family. Horse didn't help some think that the damage to his head which also inspired his nickname cutoff or blow can be attributed to the sharp turn. He took toward robbery and murder order later in life when Alvez's was nineteen. His parents sent him to Lisbon to find a job but nothing seemed to take. He bounced from place to place but his young age and modest upbringing. Meant work was hard to find. Eventually he found a job working as a servant for wealthier members of Spanish society. His family. Naturally we wanted to know how things were going for him but he never wrote them back. Perhaps he was ashamed of where he'd ended up or maybe he hadn't found the right line of work yet. One day a he ended up at a tavern run by a woman named Maria. Rumor had it that Alvarez and Maria grew close very close that's when he started stealing and copying being the keys of the taverns patrons so that he could rob their homes later one of the keys he copied allowed him to access a nearby aqueduct. This aqueduct was a massive acid stone. Structure that distributed water all across Lisbon and it also provided Alvez's with the perfect venue for robbing farmers on their way back from the city each night once he had liberated each of them from their money and belongings he would fling them off the top of the aqueduct. Sixty five stories to their death over the course of three years is he did this. Dozens of times and amazingly the police were none the wiser by eighteen thirty seven however Alvez's had lost his killing spots. The number of suspected suicides forced authorities to close the aqueduct to the public as a result he formed gang and started breaking into people's homes to rob and kill them there air instead in eighteen forty. The police finally caught him although they were never able to tie him to the aqueduct murders however they did manage to convict victim for the home invasions he and his gang had committed including the deaths of a family of four it was the tavern owners. Eleven year old daughter also named Maria who testified against him and helped to cement his conviction the jury sentenced IAGO Alvez's to death making him the second to last criminal ever executed in Portugal Aghil but there was something about his corpse that had captured the interests of students at the Medical Surgical School of Lisbon. Rash of murders he'd committed were so out of place for the quiet communities he and his gang had terrorized for all those years so after he was hanged for his crimes. Doctors examined his head more closely. They wanted to see see. How a man like Alvez's could have ended up so depraved and devoid of morals? Because remember this was eighteen. Forty one in the practice of phonology was just beginning to gain. Gain steam within the medical community for analogy of course was the study of the bumps on a person's head as indicators of their mental abilities and personality traits. Today it's recognized as complete bunk pure pseudoscience but at the time scientists honestly believed that the shape of a person's skull could explain their behavior savior and decisions. Researchers at the medical school in Lisbon. Wanted to see if defects in Alvez's cranium could explain why he murdered seventy people during his lifetime. Unfortunately they couldn't find any evidence for his lack of a conscience. But if you're a student and you'd like to have a look you can go visit Diogo Alves as yourself and look him writes in the is well his head at least it was preserved in formaldehyde immediately after his execution looks almost exactly as it did on the day he died. His face bears the quiet peaceful expression of a man who looks nothing like a cold blooded killer if only disembodied heads could talk. I hope you've enjoyed today's guided tour of the cabinet of curiosities subscribed for free on apple podcasts or learn more about the show by visiting curiosities PODCAST DOT COM. The show was created by me. Aaron McKie in partnership with how stuff works I make another award winning show called Lore which is a podcast book series and Television Show and you can learn all about it it over at the world of Lor Dot Com and until next time stay curious.
166 | Failure To Launch
"Our world is full of the unexplainable and history is an open book. All of these amazing mazing tales right there on display just waiting for us to explore. Welcome to the cabinet of Curiosities Truman Capote once said that. Failure is the condiment that gives success it's flavor well-known failures include inventors like Thomas Edison. WHO claimed that no? He hadn't failed. He just found ten thousand ways as that didn't work while developing the first practical incandescent. Light Bulb Colonel Harland. Sanders had a long history of failed businesses throughout his life. After working on railroads in his younger days he set out on his own. Starting a ferryboat company. A cafe and a motel all of which failed then in nineteen fifty nine with only his savings a one hundred dollars social security check and a secret chicken recipe to his name. He franchised his fried chicken restaurants at the age of sixty five and there are those who never get past their failure. Not only do they. Embrace their aversion to success they celebrate its author Steven Pile oil roads at entire book about humanity's inability to get out of its own way in his nineteen seventy-nine. Compendium the book of Heroic Failures One one entry disgusted museum exhibit in northern England. Where an ancient Roman coin had been on display a plaque beside the coin stated that it had been minted between eighty one thirty five and eighty one thirty eight a big letter are had been stamped onto it? It would have been an impressive piece but only if you worked for the robinsons soft drink company. The coin hadn't come from ancient Rome. It had been a plastic giveaway from a Soda Company to anyone who had collected enough bottle labels to earn one. Another entry retold. The story of desert island discs a popular radio show in Britain during the nineteen seventies. The concept was simple and I bet you can guess what it was. The host would ask ask celebrity guests about the eight albums that they would take with them. If they somehow found themselves trapped on a deserted island Roy plumlee. The show's host had been trying in to get the novelist. Alistair Maclean to be a guest on the show. McLean had been the author of the bestselling novels the guns of the Navarine and where the eagles dare both of which had had been turned into. Hit Films McLean was at one to do interviews though. But in this case he agreed and Plumlee for lunch at the Seville club a private members burs Club in London. The conversation started off with small talk and the two seem to be having a good time then plumlee asked Maclean about his writing. Process McLean clean. Had No idea what he was talking about. Why only then asked about one of his most famous novels? The guns of the Navarine McLean had nothing to say. It turns. There's out that the man plumlee had been talking to wasn't Alastair McClean the author he was Alastair McClean the head of the Ontario Tourist Bureau but plumlee undeterred an unwilling to admit his mistake invited. Mr McClean back to the studio to record the interview. Anyway which was never aired of course perhaps the most most egregious failure in the book came from the form of a special club started by the author himself. It was called the not terribly good club of Great Britain and its members. Were some some of the worst. The country had to offer. According to his book the club had been formed three years prior to publication and its membership had skyrocketed from twenty to two hundred in in that short time in fact the book itself arose out of the stories. He heard during those early meetings their mission was simple to honor and celebrate. People who had never are found success and who demonstrated rank incompetence in their lives and they were committed to this to during an early meeting. One clumsy member knocked over for a bowl of soup. But club president and author of the Book Stephen Pile managed to catch the ball as it toppled off a table saving the soup and the meal for his success success. They forced him to resign as per the by laws that he himself helped right after his book was published interest in the group grew and pile was forced is to disband it for good. Is he included an application for membership in the not terribly good club of Great Britain in the back of the book despite tossing it in as a joke joke many who purchased the book of Heroic Failures actually did fill it out and mail it in twenty thousand readers in fact and by that measure the club itself had become the success and the books rapid rise to the bestseller status meant that pile had become successful as well. He wrote all about that in his second book. The return of heroic failures. Even though he'd been unsuccessful at remaining unsuccessful he'd succeeded in finding more stories of unsuccessful folks who had failed to succeed. Then if you diagram all that out connect the DOTS and be sure to carry the one. I think it means is plan was a big success or a failure. I'm not entirely sure. This episode was made possible by the mobile game best fiends. I work hard so when my mind is tired from researching and writing and give it a break with a good puzzle. Game and best means is my top choice. Best fiends is a game that you can play right on your phone but while you go through all these levels solving puzzles that actually engage your brain. It's still a casual game that anyone can play and it's a blast me as the former designer. I love how colors are used throughout the game for characters and challenges and since fiennes updates their game each month with new levels and events is it never gets old. Oh you don't need an Internet connection to play it either. Which means it's a great game for traveling anywhere so go on engage your brain with fun puzzles and collect tons ends of cute characters? Trust me with over one hundred million downloads. Globally this five star rated mobile puzzle game is a must play download best fiends for free on the apple APP store or Google play. That's friends without the our best fiends and the earth is essentially a living organism. Not only does it team with life on and below its surface but the planet itself is constantly constantly changing to either accommodates or to eradicate that which it needs to survive as pressure builds up inside it the earth uses roughly nineteen hundred active vents on its surface to relieve that pressure into the atmosphere we know these vents better as volcanoes and they can be quite destructive when volcano erupts upset spews molten lava and Ashish. which can decimate the environment around it for miles? For example there is a seven hundred meter crack near Yellowstone National Park that was discovered in two thousand fifteen it could indicate that a super volcano is located beneath the park. Should it's erupt. It could devastate most of the United States. And that's the problem. With many volcanos. There are hundreds beneath the surface of the earth that we can't see yet we continue to build right on top of them unaware of the danger that lurks below alot Mexican farmer. Dionisio Palijo didn't know that there were any volcanoes in his village of Park. Ot Mexico back in nineteen forty three. He'd begun his day by clearing out. His cornfields on the morning of February Twentieth Sprang was only a few months away and it would soon be time to so the next round of crops during the previous. CBS Week he and others. In the village had been experiencing mild underground tremors. The tiny earthquakes startled them at first but people quickly grew used to them he kept working hauling shrubs from his cornfields to a safe location where they could be burned and disposed of as the sun moved across the sky in the morning. Faded into the afternoon Colegio moved from one field to another clearing brush and preparing the soil for spring. Then he noticed something that he hadn't before a hill small but definitely out of place like something had wacked the Earth on the head and caused a lump to form. Police climbed to the top of the Hill and looked down a crack. Roughly one hundred fifty feet long and six feet wide ran along. Its top crack wasn't too deep and Pollino figured it was the result of the small quakes that have been happening in the area unfazed. He returned to his field later. He felt a loud rumble. Suddenly Churn underneath him. Pollino thought it was thunder thunder but there wasn't a cloud in the sky. unbeknownst him a river of magma flowed beneath his feet kicking up. Sulfur smell like rotten eggs. The Fisher hissed list and smoke arose from the GAP Palijo finally ran to find his family but found his farm empty jumped on his horse and rode into town where everyone had been waiting for him hours later the Small Hill on DNA co police farm had grown even larger in fact one witness described flames. Shot Twenty six hundred feet feet into the air before raining down like fireworks from above the next day. His farm had been taken over by volcano over one hundred sixty feet tall after after a week the cone was over three hundred feet. Tall ash clouded the sky and lava flow from its opening over the course of eight months the crack and police farm had become a towering volcano twelve hundred feet tall with a lava flow that threatened to engulf the entire village but that was an all the ash killed crops for miles around and resulted in dunes that spread with the wind village was evacuated as the lava took over and eventually swallowed the town of San Juan. All that remained was the church bell tower among the jagged landscape of volcanic rock after about a year. The volcano seem to calm down though it did occasionally erupt every now and then scientists took its formation as an opportunity to study House Korea coned volcanoes came into the world which might save future towns and citizens from losing their homes homes or their lives as for the poor farmer who lost his fields. Well he did manage to find the silver lining. He returned to the area that had once been his is farmland and he planted a sign in the rocky ground it read. This volcano is owned and operated by Dionicio Pelita. I hope you've enjoyed today's guided tour of the cabinet of curiosities. Subscribe for free on Apple podcasts or learn more about off the show by visiting curiosities PODCAST DOT COM. The show was created by me. Aaron McKie in partnership with how stuff works I make another other award. Winning show called Lor which is a podcast book series and Television Show and you can learn all about it over at the world of Lor Dot Com and until next time stay curious.
The Table is Turned: Roxane Gay Interviews Debbie Millman
"This is designed matters with Debbie. Milton Freeman August episode. Part two of our fifty Denver Serie Celebration live event in. Wac's greenspace in New York City. Debbie was scheduled to interview two guests. The first ever Tamblyn was featured in last week's podcast but the second guess had to cancel because of a health problem so writer. Roxane gay suggested turning the tables and she would interview Debbie. Wrx had no each other very well. They're engaged to be married later this year. Here they are at the green space at WNYC on February tenth. Twenty twenty. Okay here you always wanted to interview you. So why are the fast and furious movies? The best movies ever made a great question. I've never seen any of them. And Roxanne almost consider that a deal breaker when we first started dating her favorite movies or among her favorite movies and I was trying to sit across from her and not have like jaw. Drop but yeah so. You're not perfect but close me up for that. I'm sure okay. Deborah you've been doing design matters for fifteen years which in podcast about one hundred. Why did you decide to do a podcast? And however you sustained the interest in doing one. S- for so many years well. I didn't really decide to do one. I was asked. I was offered an opportunity by voice. America business network which was a fledgling Internet radio network at the time and I was offered the opportunity to pay them for airtime on their network. And at the time I was doing very well professionally in a commercial realm and I had surpassed any possible. Hct Dream that I'd had professionally in my brandon career but because it was a commercial I actually felt that I was dying and that I had lost all of my creative heart and I you know I wasn't writing anymore. I wasn't drying anymore. Wasn't doing anything creative and I understood why I mean. My professional success was the first time I'd ever been successful at anything in my life. So of course at the time. I was like okay. I'm not going to do anything but this. Because it feels so good to be successful at something finally in my forties but then that were off that metabolized and I needed to do something creative and this felt like a sneaky way to be creative but still be able to justify it from a business perspective because I interview clients or I can interview people in the Design Business. And so that's really how it started. It was really a Hail Mary to my creativity and because I have such generous friends. They were willing to come on the show. I mean they had no reason to come on the show. Me Steve. Hallows Steve Heller sitting in the front row. Steve is my mentor. My Fairy Godfather. He's been on the show thirteen times every time he says okay. He'll still be doing now. I want to do with him every year. So we can create this oral history of designed together. I'm shocked that he says yes. But why why it grew I think is just because of the guests that I have and the generosity in their hearts for me. I'll never ever get tired of talking to people about who they are and how they how they become who they are and how they make their lives and how they create and make things out of nothing. One of the things I've noticed about design matters is that there's a narrative arc to each episode. You really tell a story or you ask the kinds of questions that will get your guests to tell a story so what does a good narrative arc look like for you in a given episode like a game of pool billiards I understand? That's just not what I thought you were going to say so. I think a great conversation. Great interview really is a game of pool. Because when you're playing a game of pool you're not only shooting one of the billiard board balls into the whole you also want to leave the rest of the balls on the table so you can continue to shoot more holes and so forth Get THE DIRTY. Look off your face. It's distracting so so what I try to do is ask a question that will allow me to be able to continue the conversation no matter where they take their answer and so for me. It's about being prepared to go wherever they go and know enough about where they may go to be able to anticipate what any number of answers they they could give. Mostly try to listen really hard. That's why I stare at people when I interview. Oh and I try not to talk which is why I not all the time. So you know like a little bobblehead sitting here but it's mostly because a lot of people when they're conversations talk talk talk talk talk and then stop talking while the other person's talking only to then wait till they finish talking to start talking again and my second ever guest Cheryl Swanson said to me after the interview and I asked her how it went and was really expecting great. She said well. Maybe I should listen to my answers before you ask the next question. And that really and thank God that was to as opposed to episode three hundred and two But that really gave me that sense of you. Really have to pay attention to everything. Somebody is saying. I also don't like to do my interviews remotely because I like to be able to read a person. No if they're feeling uncomfortable or when I might be able to push or say really because I know that maybe they're not giving me everything And also just listening quietly enough to let people say what they have to say. How far are you willing to push someone to get a good answer or to get at least an authentic answer? Maybe pushes into the right. Word Nudge Nudge Nudge. Encourage Inspire. I mean part of the reason that I like to start the show with a question that surprises people is so that they understand that I respect them enough to do the deep research and if I give them that sense of taking this interview really seriously that they'll intern take it as seriously as I do because all I'm really interested in talking about them and not judging at all and I just WANNA be able to offer their story to the world in a way that celebrates who they are but also allows other people to be inspired by their struggles or how they overcame something to become who. They are because really. There's only two interviews I've ever done in the nearly five hundred I've done now where the people that I interviewed were like. I'm just cool with WHO I am. I don't give any fox anymore about anything and those men were in their eighties so I think but but they were in their eighties and so I think at that point they were. They'd earned that. There's not anyone I've ever interviewed that I've ever gotten the sense. That they were absolutely comfortable being who they are and owning the world in the way that they should or could there opening their hearts and showing who they are in a way that I think gives people a sense that anything is possible for anyone. You mentioned your deep research and one of the things. I don't think people understand about design matters is that Debbie does hours and hours of research for every single episode hours and when you talk to her while she researching. It's not a good idea but it's really impressive like when she interviewed me. I I was really surprised. By the level of depth that she was able to achieve and sort of get into deep cuts. So what does your research process? Look Lake for an episode. Well it depends on who? I'm interviewing if it's like. I just interviewed Lucy wainwright roads the musician I interviewed. Aaron McKie own Khaki King Amanda Palmer. If I'm interviewing musician I have to try to listen to their entire body of work which is wonderful but also very time consuming. Fortunately I could listen while I'm doing other things and sort of get a sense of of their music. If it's a writer I have to try to read as much as I can in preparation for my interview with you. I was so terrified that I'd be caught out not having the answer to something or knowing something I had to read everything twice and so I did. But that was joyful. Somebody like eligible Thanh who has twenty books. That was really hard to do. So what I decided to do was read the other books that were sort of in the category of the book because that was a novel and he doesn't write a lot of novels and I had also read somewhere that it was a sequel to a book that he had written twenty years ago which was one of his first novels and it was only one line in the in the second book that made it clear that it was a sequel. But I found the line so that made me really happy of course so but generally speaking. I tried to read as much as I can. Of whatever body of work or listen everybody of work? They have generally speaking. I feel comfortable if I have about fifty pages of research and that's generally Things that I found online or transcripts of audio I'm also very good with kindle and so in as much as I also get hardcovers of copies of everything because I want people to sign them. I also get everything on kindle so then I can highlight and then transcribe really easily so generally speaking about fifty pages. Then I call that down to about ten to twelve pages of questions and then for an hour long episode. I have to call it down again to about five to seven. The really hard part of doing an interview is knowing when not to ask a question it happened tonight had such a good juicy question for amber but she brought in something that allowed me to take it somewhere else with other questions that made me eliminate that but you know you wanna flow with the conversation. So that's part of the research is having enough to be able to pivot anyway. Somebody goes so. She's going to talk about dark sparklers and that means we have to eliminate an entire conversation about bang. Ditto that means we have to eliminate it but then I can continue on And so I think curtis gets really nervous my producer when I come in with ten pages and I'll say curtis I couldn't call it down to anything less than ten pages and he's like okay and then I try to as I'm interviewing make the decisions about where to go next. So that's how it works. It's incredible and it shows. Have you gleaned any insights about creative people in general over five hundred episodes question? No probably yes I mean. I think that everybody's insecure. Everybody is searching. Everybody's hoping everybody's head trauma I think that no matter who I've interviewed whether they're super super famous or just starting out the people that seem to resonate the most are people that put their whole hearts into and show everything and that never gets boring ever which is why I can. I hope that I can do this for the rest of my life. Do you put your heart into everything. Sometimes tragically but yes. What is the next fifteen years design matters? Look like Oh I have so many good plans. I can't talk about a bunch of them yet. But there's some really exciting things that have popped up just unexpectedly very serendipitous Louis One of the things. That's interesting about the show. Especially if you listened to the early horrendous episodes of the first four years four years of horrendous episodes. I mean that's resilience and keep them up on I tunes just so I can say to people. It takes a while to get good at something trust me. It took me one hundred episodes to really begin to understand but I have some exciting exciting possibilities but mostly just because of I think some credibility that I've earned in being able to do this being able to talk to more and more and more people and so I just WanNa be able to talk to the talk about this show now as one in an effort. The sort of brand consultant is still alive in there and I think design matters is not really great name because it's not really about just designers anymore. It's about this is how I've I've re-engineered it. It's about how the world's most creative people design the Ark of their lives and you know desire matters writers that works Iro but I just see being able to do that with with more and more and more people and more kinds of people I love talking to scientists and then I get all of my my questions about how we got here unanswered but at least ask and I love to talk to artists and I liked at Mit just loved chuck to anybody that is able to create something or make something or think something out of nothing. If you could rename the show what would you call it? What matters Oh distrigas no I think on that. No Never Mellon everyone. Roxanne interviewing as part of the evening singer Songwriter. Aaron to not only played the theme music live at the top of the show. She also performed the song of hers called details of the crime issues introducing. I thought it'd be really great. Congratulations on fifteen years. Sirnak they you. A lot of people are in this room that I've done interviews so thank you all for being here. Erin. Of course was on one of my episodes as well. So you're such a beautiful experience with you and and I'm a regular listener to design matters and I thought you know what is the feeling I get when I listen to this podcast and feeling I get is like try something new right and listen to all these artists talk about what they're doing and how they're pushing themselves and so okay? What could I do so this is a song that I just finished learner this morning? Perhaps plead half of it in Florida. Like twenty weeks ago with Florida so any round to try something new. I'm working on this project where trying to understand how my heart works and writing my way into it. So this is One one angle of it never look full love but still comes to kill break in Mala student. It's dirt will so when you came from me. It was the big surprise a over my shoulder out of the corner of Ma now day. Slow pantomine of thin yet. Details of the crime were fragrant when Stevo seasons of sex leave Anna smell of saw some ta still a sweat of regret details of the car ripped from the pages of some cheap detective novel a mini series mystery of food. We a trail of evidence so evidently up sir. How dare we spe- On on my cellphone norma modus operandi a soft the case before the capable becomes clear. Who is the victim of my Manny? Misdemeanor volunteer Beyond logic no in Charnel Ron what we forget the threat details up the cry. You The cry I never look full. I invited still open my do with me. What you will separate design that is recorded at. Wnyc's greenspace to New York City. If you love the pass please consider contributing to our patriot. Community members get early access to the podcast transcripts of every interview invitations to live shows. Qna sessions with guests and a brand new annual magazine. You can learn more about this at. Www PATRIOT DOT com slash. Debbie millman subscribe to this podcast Apple. Podcasts please read a review for. Say something about the podcast. On social media design matters is produced by Curtis Fox productions. The show is usually recorded at the school of visual arts. Masterson branding program in New York City. The first and longest running branding program in the world the editor and chief of design matters media is Zachary petted and the art director. Is Emily Wisla?
Church Complaints 08/17/20
"Sometimes food is more than just food. It's part of our community. So this year discover is giving five million dollars to support black owned restaurants to places like back in the day bakery post office pies, and hundreds more learn how you can show your support at discover dot com. Extending X by is more than just fast. It's Internet that gives you peace of mind security because if it's connected. It's protected. Even your robot back you. Can Your Internet do that learn more at extending dot com slash X. by? Coming up at the top of the Hour Zana's here with today's national news president trump younger brother Robert trump passed away on Saturday. He was seventy one years old. Also in Trinidad Political News, we'll tell you about the speakers and performers at this week's democratic. National Convention going down in Milwaukee and we'll also tell you all these stories of the top of the hour. But today is Monday Reverend Motown Dick and DEF JAM or here with today's church. We Doing A. All of miles to own the completes no matter what you see. Have to Change Neri complain I am too. I'm going to AILSA all the church complaints onto a theme today go thank you out Austrian shit with you. I will surprise the unions. Garcia Fried I. Right. Let's get down to business is. Brother Rivas doubt. He tested positive for Kobe now. But he read it around. He actually tested positive for cocaine on the nineteenth of July. He's asking us to be on him too. So you. Tested. Positive for cocaine is exactly what we treat you as he is no longer allowed to come to in his service of any kind in this place for him to ride this quarantine out is down there to jail. Go We. Leaving okay right. Patterson had been making mass by the members for ten dollars, NAT sister Dolores, Kavanagh auditor man and wing. She got it. It was too mad sewn together. She. Carl's sister Patterson ask her wise it like this just the path until because you to face did. So. 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He's been held back Debbie be nothing new. He ain't graduated ain't got no plans graduation. She needed to stop with this boy news. No. There's no diploma held him did point. He. Living with her path well, he's been taking do descends he would nineteen or. Mosquito. Deka. You pairs do ged in thirteen years. A man deficient. In. Your. Capacity to retention is you'll formation. Dow I. Write him off and just have him clean up to church for money. Arcane. Sweden. Sweden mopping. Up. In that OUGHTA. In order. That is if he could remember the auto. Alley. He has trouble remembering. That's we go ahead Dustin next month. We've been laughing and then Dustin next month. Sweeping mopping and dust you know your mobbing destined. Sweet Yeah Okay added to it Brother Kendrick Lewis who is blind. He bought a Spanish. Skewed. Man. You can't open up a complaint by blind person by saying little, Hill. Might want to go back. Okay. No you're. About to show you some hall that's missing. Here you go. bread the Kennedy Lewis who you know with blind, he brought a bout as plan is guide dog from a Spanish family. Now he's saying that the dog don't speak English and. He keeps walking him. What. He only here English he know English. So the that's the proud but the Dow, keep walking him tackle. TACO bell. Detroit get him down. Get knows England. That's what He. He has it all wrong you don't buy adult. That no English you buy dog that can see called you came right. Damn dog take you for right now. He'll ask down there. MAYBE THAT'S A. Dollar. A. New Star. You'll go. TACO bell. I'm Yoki. Right past. These mixed to go to town them. You'RE GONNA have to talk to the Siamese twin Ravon and craven they. They've been breaking into. Some of the female members houses and stealing their. Bras. For Face Maze and mostly thirty. Eight wbz. Is. Supposed to be fifty imprinting when they put Brown to mayor's doing this pandemic, and that's why on zoomed a deterrent. Some of the sisters I not wearing one and I know you probably have noticed that. If you have noticed. This jetstream me and? I. Said Oh craven on on do that. Soon, Susan they needed to be brought to. Hand. Or we're, walking. Side. Yeah. That's how complaints I actually have fast and it for Matt but I would. Take care of the twin and then So what is your saying you? You shot a complaints today. Brown fat. Lady Reverend. Jam. Complaint. Coming up in the top of the hour political and entertainment and national news. Right. After this, you're listening to Steve Harvey Morning Show. If you crack open an American history book. It's sure to be filled with founding fathers, bloody wars in the inventions that brought this country to the industrial age. But there's a whole other world that waits for us in the shadows tales of unlikely heroes, world changing tragedies and legends that are unique to this country spirit. So join me Lauren buckle bomb for a tour of American history unlike any other your new podcast iheartradio Aaron McKie's grim and mild get ready for American shadows. was into American shadows on Apple podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts. Iheartradio, we bring you the best podcasts from the Ron. Burgundy show to the breakfast club to stuff. You should know. Really, all of today's biggest names, but each of these shows started with an idea and now we want yours we're looking to you for the next great podcasts. Simply go to next great podcast dot com to get the details and submit your pitch will select up to ten semifinalists and give them a thousand dollars to produce a pilot. Then listeners for across the world will vote on their favourite to decide the next great podcasts enter today at next great podcast dot com. That's next great podcast DOT COM. Why shouldn't the next great podcast come from you?
Miley Cyrus Admits To Struggling With This During The Pandemic
"What's it like to drive the Volvo xc ninety plug in hybrid? The thrill of four hundred horsepower t eight twin engine. The joy of impromptu traffic. And Serenity. Of Electric. Power in pure Eko mode. Visit DMV Volvo retailer today to experience the xc ninety recharge plug in hybrid for yourself. Hi I'm Katie Lowes. Here's what my favorite moments from Katie's crib presented by dove beauty bar to Lenin Doyle. I was seeing on your instagram. Your daughter was twisting the beautiful lessons she's been taught in her life. He said it's more important than ever for women to say what they deserve I deserve airports. MEKA switched to deputy bar today and get more from your soap and check out new episodes of Katie's crib. Every Thursday Katie scribbles available on Iheartradio Apple podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts correct from. Hollywood. With Ryan seacrest pandemic has certainly shifted the path of countless people musicians included with many of them being forced to cancel their tours, which can be hard to adjust you. But for Miley Cyrus in particular, it's been an even bigger challenge to reckon with because it's something she's done her whole life going back to your childhood starting on the road with her dad billy ray cyrus she. Opened up about it in the new issue of interview magazine saying I grew up on a tour bus. I went with my dad everywhere turned it into a playhouse for us. This is the longest I've ever gone without being on the road I've been touring for the last ten years, and this is the first year that I have not done it I usually feel pretty bottled up and performing is the only time I get to be myself in my fullest form. They Majlis found a new unexpected way to find a release she's working on a full album, metallica covers and midnight sky zone out. Direct from Hollywood. Thirteen days of Halloween. Party hotel the most unusual guests, a tour guide that can't be trusted. And the newest arrival. Is You. Sound like. Trust. Starring Keegan. Michael Key as the caretaker lease. After all. This is it. One story each night starting October nineteen and ending on Halloween. From iheartradio and Bloom House television listen to Aaron McKie's thirteen days of Halloween on the iheartradio APP podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts.
Sheryl Underwood 10/29/20
"Does. This place look haunted. I don't think. So what about those two creepy girls con- stay pass. He's truly frightening. Siri Missing Guy Goes Great Service with Geico, you get twenty, four, seven access to licensed agents Thank you creepy girls to see her room. Sleeping car now. Gyco we'd switch today for twenty four, seven access to licensed agents. What you doing with your fun to flowers have this froze I don't know. Hey, look. Some answers can only be found in nature and discover the unsearchable visit discovertheforest dot org to find a trail near you brought to you by the United States, Forest Service, and the Ad Council. Introduced that girl from the talk who it is A. Stop Messing Ryan he should go show. I Hurry Mommy? Yes. Right. That's right. We are down to the final. The final hour the final in the final quarter, we can finish this on November. Listen everybody talking about who is going to be contested. We're not going to the Supreme Court this is what trump and his people wanna do. They WanNa go to the Supreme Court where they think they got it set up, but the people united will never be defeated. So well we do. We're going to continue to vote am I right brothers and sisters. We all everybody on his show. Vote November third or you're going to be like a lot of us. We've already voted we dropped it off. You know it's too late to put a mailbox. We not saying against Postman. So we love our postman. You know what I love my post personally I love my postman I mean not. Junior but I love my postman because he brings me things that Oh, premium, my government money every eight. So I love the post office I'm not against? I'm saying right now because of what trump people have done, you put it in the mailbox right now you gotta take it to the polling place. You gotta drop it into dropbox bid. If you're standing in line I, Love Webpage I'll see Tommy now all over the country people were Chatchai slide. Like hot, they were begging at bang-up like juvenile up and down. He already to vote, they already got over half the vote is counted. Now we gotta keep going I believe we can get all the boats in Buffoni election. So this is a good spe. So don't y'all. Think we do. You think we can do. We can do it trust me. Yes. I think we can do it. We have to do it why we not going to the Supreme Court. We're not gonNA let no judge nothing that they got set up do it. We've got to continue to vote. We've got to continue to do this why we gotta go up and down ballot. We got flip the Senate Mitch McConnell and Lizzie Graham all of them got to go we gotta hold onto the Congress they we got to elect Biden Harris to the White House I will say this only my personal opinion I'm only one vote but one vote on top of one vote on top one boat we can change this country. That's right. That's right. We could change this country. They don't care about the Kobe situation is still killing people. What they want to continue to do is making up lies making up stories we need new leadership in the White House from top to bottom all the way Roy Carroll. Thank God. Collar for rails you got to do it vote vote vote vote coming up at the top of the hour speaking of Karla Carlos reality, update right after this you're listening to. Harding morning show. On September, Seventeenth Two thousand nine twenty four year old my trees Richardson disappeared without a trace in the woods near Malibu. California. And was never seen alive again. I'm Katherine Townsend host of the PODCAST Helen. Gone we're going to try to find out what really happened to my trees Richardson. School humans iheartradio Present Helen Gone season? Three. Listen to Helen gone on the iheartradio APP, apple podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts. Thirteen days of Halloween. remotes hotel the most unusual guests, a tour guide that can't be trusted. And the newest arrival. Is You. Sound like someone trust. Starring Keegan Michael Key as the caretaker please make. After all This is it. One. Story each night starting October nineteen and ending on Halloween. From iheartradio and blame house television, listen to Aaron McKie's thirteen days Apollo Wayne on the iheartradio APP apple podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts.
Ask The CLO 10/30/20
"Does this place look haunted. I don't think. So what about those two creepy girls con-, stay pass. He's truly frightening female fairly Siri missing. Guy Goes Great Service with GEICO. You get twenty, four, seven access to licensed agents Thank you. Creepy girls to see your room. Sleeping Carnell. gyco weeds switch today for twenty, four, seven access to licensed agents. Thirteen days of Halloween. remotes hotel the most unusual guests, a tour guide that can't be trusted. And the newest arrival. Is You. Sound like someone trust. Starring, Keegan Michael Key as the caretaker please make themselves at home. After all. This is. One story each night starting October nineteenth and ending on Halloween. From iheartradio and Bloom House television listen to Aaron McKie's thirteen days of Halloween on the iheartradio APP, apple podcasts or wherever you get your podcast. It's time now for apathy. L. Chief Love Officer Steve Harvey in the building with your love questions. Ready, Cielo I knew. Left go this one is from Freddie in Terrell, Texas or. Texas. What is the Terrell Sarah? Okay. Tara Texas, I'm a fifty two year old married man trying to be a player. And I got caught. I need you to help me figure out was wrong with my wife. I got caught in the act with a co-worker few years a few weeks ago in my office. I run a title company and the front door was left open after hours and my wife walked in on me with my office manager. Yeah Yeah. Yeah, this is not the first time I've cheated and this time my wife is scaring me because she is so calm. I'm scared to sleep next to her and I'm scared I might come home one day and find my house cleaned out. Should I bring this up to her or not? Well Dog. Explains. Something is definitely going on brewing. Baden, not exactly what it is. We don't really know 'cause you know women. Man. Is. Just you know. Sh. Now, it's more than a couple of things. She's devising a plan. What. Oh your bank accounts in trouble. Oh. She's setting up a move of her own. Now. She's done with you. Just to be honest with you don't. You started to. Be Honest with you. Man and fifty two you start to does ain't that you learn fifty two. Years of knowledge and understand you start this twenty that way when you to you got thirty years under your belt. He trying to be a player you all up in here with the go online ahead you lock the door with the title company. Man This is the first time. So now you really play you just a bad ass do yeah he's good. Yeah, I. Hope She has the Boo. All right. We'll move on Ashley in Kansas. I have an older gentleman that comes into the restaurant that I work in and he sits in my section and orders the same thing once a week he's disgusting and flirts with me then leaves me a big tip. I. Ran into him at the grocery store on Tuesday he got him my face and asked if he could pay for my groceries I told him no thanks and tried to walk off. He grabbed my booty of Karla would say as I walked past him. I yelled out. And the security guard reprimanded him, he was so embarrassed and I've felt bad. Was I wrong for what I did or was this the best way to make him stop bothering me? I. Mean You got every right to year. Grabbing your but how you wrong why are you? Thank you wrong I know. Maybe listening to trump. Donnie grabbing. Pete. Bent. But. One thing got them. Grocery pay photo. Address. Go. Is Field. A. Ole Yes she says was the best way to make him stop bothering her. Good Way. All Right Steve She. Don't just grab women's behind. What are you doing? You don't do that. Ask their adult until I go. Okay searing not touching you can look but not touch. No. Yeah look but not touch. Don't touch. Yeah. All right patrice is an iheartradio APP listener and she writes my boyfriend is a basketball coach and I love him dearly but I hate his feet he's got the worth looking feet and they smell up our entire apartment teach right leaving his shoes and the outside hallway and our neighbors complained he went to the doctor. The doctor yeah this is deep. He went to the doctor and got. Medicaid it's put outer and a cream, but they only mask the smell he gets pedicures when I tell to. But his toenails are hard and dark my friends say I'm being silly because he's a good guy can you give me any suggestions to fix his feet because I hate to have to break up with him over the? Best suggestion for you is. When he puts on his socks. Capable. encased. Glad bags on each one of them with. Naked Him Walking around via required. He just he just got to put all the problem I got partner we used to call onion. Yeah. Onion had a severe under problem. Yeah Yeah. Has Severe problem you know. So he was named was onion. You can just call him bunt. I'm not elitist. 'cause he faulted feet, he tried everything to went to the doctor got medicated powder. Cream and cream Steve's and. The neighbors his complaint. Because he said, his shoes out what to do he me what him all a remedy. GotTa go to some old black folks like you got to buy. You Dip your feet in epsom salt night Would you take them smother them in? Cohen hus-. Other okay. Let him laying there in. Put your socks in urban. On three hundred. Eighty. Hot Air socks on top of that corn huskers lotion. Down to the skiing on his feet. Tomorrow. We'll see how we feel. We do that every night for two months. And what is that going to bring about? Condition his feet to be better feet. and. Complaining and I know. I'm stuck on the doctor though. He put the hallway. What is The neighbor come you all. You all the power and the Chitlins. medicated foot powder and. Okay. All right. Thank you for great advice as always the L. O. coming up next to nephew in the building with run that prank back right after this you're listening. To morning show. Thirteen days of Halloween. A Remote Hotel, the most unusual guests, a tour guide that can't be trusted. And the newest arrival. Is You? Sound. Like someone you trust. Starring, Keegan Michael Key as the caretaker lease makes himself. After all This is it. One story each night starting October nineteen and ending on Halloween. From iheartradio and Blue House television. Listen to Aaron. McKie's thirteen days of Halloween on the iheartradio APP apple podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts. What's up I am machine gun Kelly, and look I know Halloween is GonNa suck this year because there's no trick or treating and all that but I've gotta treat. There's a musical podcast that I made with my friends twenty four K. Golden Andy, our data Totta and Satan. Saints not my friend but Tommy Lee is and Tommy Lee is playing Satan but they'll just take it from me. 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