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"allan" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

Sci-Fi Talk

05:53 min | Last month

"allan" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

"Hi welcome to season two of bite. This is tony tamalada and so parenting apocalypse. It's it's not the same way we would. Do you know how it works. Any views usually two to four minutes long but sometimes they can be a little longer. Only when you when you live long enough. All kinds of strange things happen very right in saying that. The greek heroes. Where the original superheroes in part because of the hopeful nature of genes vision but also because of its message of diversity and inclusion all right today we are talking about the many lives of jimmy late. Ridden by comedy legend. Dave thomas and max allan collins who you remember from the road to perdition so great to have you both on. My first question is to be handed to view thima. Well max you want us to. The short answer is. Spongebob introduced us. All right i'll try get along answer. The long answer. Is that for reasons. Unbeknownst to me. Spongebob whose whose name is tom. Kenny is a fan of mine. And at san diego con. Every it seems like every year he'd tracked me down and and i'd be very complimented at a little astounded because i was was an ama- mister show fan and think the world of tom kennedy and his comedy and so this last time i was at the con which was the last time before he too. Yeah took everybody into into lockdown. Tom said i'm i'm going to be having. I'm going to be having lunch with. Dave thomas and i know you're setv fan. Would you like to come along and meet him. And i said oh. I wish i really wish. I could but we have tickets to leave tomorrow night. I'm sorry my wife and are flying out. Well this nice gentleman he probably. You probably will be able to tell. Just how nice gentleman the is interview. Yeah but he he. He called me up basically just to say you know. Tom said you know your fan. And i and i wanna say oh and we talked for ninety minutes finding out that we had everything in common from. We both had made movie directed movies. I address all the experts. He had directed one called the expert. We had both had open heart surgery. Not the same time but it was still there just an enormous amount.

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MIT Cancels Geophysicist's Lecture After Woke 'Twitter Mob' Outrage

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:27 min | 2 months ago

MIT Cancels Geophysicist's Lecture After Woke 'Twitter Mob' Outrage

"Okay. Mit and i'm speaking about the corruption and the cowardice of the entire university world. Virtually the entire is very disconcerting. All these all the education has produced cowards. Mit is the latest example. They cancelled a distinguished scientists lecture because he's against diversity equity inclusion departments department chair rob van van der hilst did not immediately respond to requests for comment from the college fix. Which were reading this. From kimberley allen spokesman for mit told the fix via email. The electric quote will not be held this year at the discretion of the department. That's helpful. that's exactly what we knew. Allan said abbott may still present. His work informally to his colleagues at mit at a future. Date abbott said. He does not want people to go after those who got a speech cancel well. I'm sorry professor abbott. I am if you don't fight bad. People weak and weak and bad are also synonymous through these sweet people. In many cases fine neighbors good parents. All that stuff in how many people like that have unharmed. Societies cowardice always leads to evil. I forgive the activists who led the campaign against me. gowdy sounds like christ. It's christ like thing. He forgives them. Why does he forgive them. By the way it's an interesting question. Would jesus have forgiven them. You have canceled free speech at mit. And i forgive you. I don't think jesus would have. But it's an interesting question because the harm. Yes i i know jesus on the cross of course. I'm well aware. Forgive them father. They know not what they do but they were. They were hurting him. The people who canceled this professor's lecture are hurting the country

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Light at the End of the Tunnelfor Air Travel?

AFF on AIR Podcast

02:30 min | 3 months ago

Light at the End of the Tunnelfor Air Travel?

"While they have been quite a lot of new developments over the past fortnight in terms of international travel some bad but also some good in summary getting back to australia over the next couple of months unfortunately looks like it could be hotter than ever but this finally light at the end of the tunnel with talk now of opening up. Australia's international borders at least for some states by the end of this year. There's been a lot to take in so joining me now. To dissect it all is travel agent and regular guest on this podcast. Allan lamb from netwave. Trevor woke mellon so back in july listeners. Might remember the sterling government javier. The number of passengers allowed to arrive each week into each of the different states and so the arrival caps before july would there were three thousand spots a week into sydney melbourne and brisbane with age taking in one thousand people and perth and adelaide were taking in five hundred thirty passengers. H week bought from july when the government half those caps that reduced And the so. The number of passengers allowed to come in on commercial. Flights into sydney was leave. One thousand five hundred a week. Melbourne brisbane dropped down to five hundred passengers. Awake and perth adelaide. Down to only two hundred sixty five eighty per week. The impact of that was already quite devastating but that was only supposed to be until the end of august. Sadly last week the australian government extended those halved arrived caps until now the end of october and that in fact they didn't even have the courtesy of announcing this publicly. What they did is they just informed the airlines and the airlines have now had to stop dumping twenty seven thousand. People in total of flights. Were booked on over the next two months ellen. What does this mean overall in terms of flights to australia. Unfortunately we've seen a lot of flights get canceled. Four raza timber and in some cases. The of started cancelling fraud type as well as even that reduction kept now in places where the toyota That means that a little flat to being played cancelled and the can't cancelled innocence operating That means is. I know your passengers being carried and the cap is now low at two hundred sixty five seeing some of these carry about ten passengers and often the majority of these business plus fortunately with adelaide is not as many airlines flying in. So because it's mainly qatar airways flying they tend to be taking a hard number sir about thirty forty passes per week into add

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"allan" Discussed on MarketFoolery

MarketFoolery

05:44 min | 3 months ago

"allan" Discussed on MarketFoolery

"I think it also shows us the potential when you work in popular medium say popular medium stick day like youtube. Videos are tic tac or twitch. He was writing in the version of those things in his own day. And it shows that those things can endure. One of the things i was struck by was because there are there are points in his life where he's trying to get ahead and does something that You know a lot of us have done from time to time. Which was he sort of embellishes resume although in post case he you know in some cases just sort of flat out lied. But that's another thing that you know to go back to the gig economy where it's you know. We think it's this new thing. The the saying in silicon valley for decades has been faked to make it so like part of what he's trying to do in his time is is essentially that where he's like. I've got the talent. I just need to get past the hiring process so again when in his quasi cover letters paul vastly inflated experience of the magazine industry when he was trying to get his first editorial jobs and later when he wanted to launch his own magazine he again vastly inflated his contributions to the workplaces. He'd already been feinstein. Said that you said to one would be investor. I increased subscriptions to this magazine. Seven hundred percent and scholars have since discovered. It was more like forty percent. Less eye-popping still good. But it's just like an investor presentation today where the numbers are a little bit cut out in many cases or the presented context. Anyway it's nothing new and maybe it shows us that self promotion is essential. You know we live in a chaotic information. Age just like potted into stand out. Sometimes you have to pump yourself up a bit. Are there instances in his life where he's trying to get ahead whether it's locking down a particular job or even starting his own business where there are obvious reasons why he can't get it done and i think this is another one. That's familiar today. Have just as when you want to launch a business. Today you may need venture capital some kind of investment dollars. It was no different for po. The reason he never could pull off his great professional dream of launching his own magazine was he just couldn't nail down the bbc. So i mentioned urine richmond and you can go up down the east coast and in fact the majority of the east coast from boston to philly to baltimore richmond charleston south carolina. They're all of these cities. that claim. Edgar allan poe in some way shape or for their businesses in those cities that are built around him and his work. Which is pretty incredible when you start to learn more about him and you know some of his behavior some of his habits not that great not be exemplary. Figure that you would necessarily want to build a business around. Why do you think that is. Why do you think there are all these cities and all of these businesses within the cities that are built around this guy. I think it's because he was a genius. Who was working in commercial genres that we still understand today. And that's why he translates so easy. Easily to tv and film adaptations even to there are pro themed restaurants. There's a small chain of plo themed restaurants. You find t shirts for stealing hot topic. Po books at urban outfitters. It is really because he wrote for the marketplace. It's not because he ignored it. he wasn't able to ignore it. He couldn't afford to ignore it and in some ways he hated having decatur to it but he catered to it so successfully that we still enjoy him. We read him for pleasure. In how many nineteenth century authors say that about. I mean to the point that in baltimore they have the. Nfl team named after one of his poems. There is no other nfl team or any sports team anywhere. Name decker home. Have you been to one of those restaurants before. I have not now. Actually i have been deposed hub in richmond. There is also the little independent into a number of the plo. Themed bars in philadelphia po. Themed bar yeah again like you know other than maybe shakespeare. i'm not. I'm not sure which writers from centuries past or are having restaurants and pubs built around them. The book is po. For your problems uncommon advice from histories lease likely self help guru.

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"allan" Discussed on MarketFoolery

MarketFoolery

05:27 min | 3 months ago

"allan" Discussed on MarketFoolery

"It's wednesday september. I walk into markets. Hillary i'm chris sale. We got something a little different today. I know you've heard of edgar allan poe..

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A Look at the Current State of Cyber Security

CompTIA Sharkbytes

01:45 min | 5 months ago

A Look at the Current State of Cyber Security

"L. o. Everyone this is allan shark and welcome to come. Tia's shark bites part of public technologies outreach to members and non-members alike in today. We have a treat. Today we're going to have a discussion conversation with dr theresa's custos terrific ascend that i've known for many many years and For those of you. Who are not familiar with this name. Someone who was the first president of the public technology institute although it was then public technology inc and I think you were the third or yes third executive director but the others had a very very short stint. You re pti some thirty plus years so tell us what led you. What led you to get into in the first place now I was just a young young kid with long hair. Just fresh out of college. And it was nineteen. Seventy one and the bigly session was on. And i send out eighty-one letters to go teach as all. Phd students that get their phd. Do and i got one rejection letter and eighty silences. I was desperate. And i went knocked on the door of the national bureau of standards back then it was missed today and they said we're interested in this set covering theoretical location. Packet that you've created for your mind to come work for us but you know what we're under job freezes well so we're going lend you to this organization that struggling to get started that was nineteen seventy one. And that was the technology advisory program assistance program technology calls you assistance program Had the ics may the international city management association.

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The Story of Allen Carr's 'Easy Way' Method To Quit Smoking

The Pulse

02:29 min | 7 months ago

The Story of Allen Carr's 'Easy Way' Method To Quit Smoking

"The easy way to quit. Smoking book started as a quit smoking. Seminar where everyone sat around smoking completely. Smoke-filled won't can in itself folk sewage. Bullshit that's john dicey. He was a heavy smoker as in eighty cigarettes a day when he attended a london seminar in the nineties. The smokers would all sit around in armchairs. Puffing away some conference room you're meant to smoke through the whole thing. A practitioner would be up front telling participants why they didn't actually like smoking and why quitting was no big deal. Every single practitioner has to be an ex smoker themselves cured by the easy way the sessions were meant to be one and done and the whole thing took about five or six hours somehow after all the talking and smoking. You're meant to put out your final cigarette and never take another puff. It's supposed to be easy and for dicey it was. He was so moved by the whole thing. He decided to quit his job. And go to work for alan carr. The man he considered literal lifesaver. Allan died in two thousand six. I wanted to know what kind of guy he was. Who just conjures up a stop. Smoking method essentially out of nowhere and goes on to sell fifty million people on an very tense worth. He was born and brought up in. What was it the time very down at heel area of london. He's scott himself as a straight Allen had zero medical background no psychology or addiction training before the easy way he was an accountant and like dicey a heavy smoker. Who wanted to stop. He saw hypnotherapist who failed to hypnotize him but it was at his appointment that he first heard. Smoking was an addiction something about that realization that he was well and truly addicted to cigarettes. It hits some switch in allen on sale. Crime tape never gonna smoke. The seat of alan carr is easy. Way is simple. It almost sounds too simple. You smoke because you're addicted to smoking and not because you enjoy. Smoking is still a hurdle for swastika out of them because a lot of people think to be addicted to something you have to like it and that simply not the case. The principle of addiction is in it. Messes up your understanding of a pleasure enjoyed allen. Figured if you understood that you could understand that giving up. Smoking wasn't really up anything at all. You didn't quit cigarettes. As gained freedom from them

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Interview With Smithsonian's Ellen Stofan

Aviation Week's Check 6 Podcast

02:22 min | 8 months ago

Interview With Smithsonian's Ellen Stofan

"Hi and welcome to the aviation week. Check six podcast. I'm jen damasio the executive editor for defense and space. And i'm here with aviation weeks. Space editor irene. Clots and a very special guest ellen. Sto fan the under secretary for science and research at the smithsonian institution. Ellen comes here after leading the air and space museum and previously from nasa where. She helped plan to get humans to mars. But we're here today. Because of a really thrilling development. This morning nasa flew ingenuity. An aircraft for the first time on another planet in mars is very thin atmosphere. So i'm going to turn this over to irene. Who ensure has a lot of questions for ellen about this historic achievement. Thanks jen and welcome allan. This was all a very long time coming and I know that it's a significant step. For future. exploration of mars been likened to the ninety seven landing of the pathfinder mission with the prototype rover sojourner and we see what that led to colluding ingenuity is ride to mars ellen. Can you talk a little bit about as planetary scientists. what aerial abilities bring to the exploration table. Yeah well i. I will say on this day where. I'm still frankly just overcome by the immense this morning. It's i put this in an even broader context as having had responsibility for a while of caring for the nineteen. Three right flyer is. This is the first powered flight on another planet. Just let that blow your mind for a minute because this is huge historically and so it's really exciting so if we go to that fundamental level. Oh my gosh what we did on mars. It's incredibly exciting. But this idea of having multiple modes of mobility rovers or great especially when you want to go from rock to rock and analyze the composition. And we're looking for past life on mars. We really need that rover capability but you also want the ability to go longer distances more rapidly and you can only do that by air but mars is such a challenge because of that thin atmosphere but you know the ingenuity team. They show perseverance and ingenuity and they did it.

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Body Language Tips That Will Help You Find A Mate

The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani

01:50 min | 8 months ago

Body Language Tips That Will Help You Find A Mate

"First thing. Is that if you're a woman. Let's talk about men and women even mile and female. Brian and lgbt covers a slightly different spectrum in the middle but falls under the same guidelines. But let's call the men and women for the exercise. A woman will scan room and she'll say some guy she thinks are lock him. It looks kid and so usually without thinking even though you can learn to do this guy into what's called printing. Might a nice high forms of animals will do this to attract the mike and printing employees things on chill hall. These guys then. He's looking around the room and he stays eating so she's looking at night and then she just drops her ause down only to bullet then she looks back guy macy's ause for second time and he thinks she's looking again then she her is down again as i signal. She's my to lots of contact. No one to critical and then she's lucky to show opening behavior now sitting the legs and arms crossed in a dance room. Nobody asked you for dance. You're not that hard so will look around the room. Who will ask for dance. Going to knock back. Well she's got her arms crossed. Go to legs crossed and without even realizing because these are bicyc- signals we're talking about bicyc- rejection flies off signals. We're less lock on us. that gaffer dash. We're looking for someone who is open. This what mended. So she'll open a body. I've made maybe one hang out on the hip you say him. Don have any help and we lost our hair longtime ago so to make ourselves bigger more impressive. Put one or both hands on the hips. We're not do that makes me take up more spice. I'll look bigger so they for more noticeable and this one of the things you're staying in a group and somebody opposite six whether it's a man or woman if they one of the things. They're locked in case of men by hands on the hips case of women. One hand on the hip notice means what that signal sign now. Men are reasonably dipped to ridding crossed arms crossed legs and handling signals about. It's about where it ends for

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Cyber Security Cloud Assurances for State and Local Governments

CompTIA Sharkbytes

02:30 min | 8 months ago

Cyber Security Cloud Assurances for State and Local Governments

"Everyone this. Is allan shark and welcome to another episode of shark bites where we have some really great conversations with tech leaders across the country. This morning is no exception. We're going to be talking with leah. Mcgrath who is the executive director of a new group called state ramp so laya. Welcome to the program thank you. It's a pleasure to be with you. Allen great well i have been kind of an observer of fed ramp and i know there's a connection which we're going to get to but we always start with. How did you get to where you are. We're fascinated in this program with careers and some people's a straight line. I wanted to be this. Got there others like me and others. We've interviewed it's like the weirdest route but it all makes sense when you look back to tell us. How did she get to where you were when you woke up one morning. Did you wanna be like the doctor. The lawyer the airline pilot or heading a major technology initiative. That's right Such a great question. And i would say my path has been like a scribbler line on a paper so i don't know that i repeat it and certainly didn't predict it but i graduated from pretty diversity and i actually started their in engineering and then came out with all sorts of different degrees In communication and and political science and had a real passion for public policy. So i guess this is the world of technology in public policy coming together for me with state ramp but have spent the last twenty years working in or around state and local government. Most recently served for about five years as deputy mayor for the city of fishers indiana at a time that we were transitioning from town to a city and in the last decade between working with the city Also worked with the municipal league here in indiana and the state of indiana on mod modernization efforts. So i kept finding myself back in technology whether it was. How do we delivered digital service for constituents. How do we protect that. And how do we modernized. And continually do more so Having a chance to be a part of the state ramp initiative for the past year has just been I i feel very very fortunate to have had a chance to be a part of it to learn from her steering committee members to now be launching state ramp here today

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"allan" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!

Strange Brew Podcast!

06:08 min | 9 months ago

"allan" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!

"Bit of a personal connection to it. And it's nice to say that i hope not comments or something like that but i guess because it's time for Dame going on so in the seventeenth century. Iceland apparel of nacro pants. We'll show them on the stranger podcast page if they allowed. Because it's literally a picture of a pair of pants with the skin dick on it. Ooh can i completely real these are displayed at strangle odile aghia. I'm not going to pronounce this fucking icelandic word. Museum string but this is a valuable slammed sorcery and witchcraft. It was believed to bring the owner an endless supply of money. If you want to make your own nacro pants literally. It's called a now. I want alex pants gasa fucking boehner pants skid this you have to have permission from living man to use his skin after he's dead. I want your pants. You get permission. You have to give permission. If i if i die before you can. You can have much you can help. You cannot must companion play skin flute ability. I already players can't stupid bill. Fish my skin pants. They'll be like baggy. I don't want yours take you have to that mission of the owner if you to make your own neck pants have appreciate from reliving maze. There's still today yet but this is okay like this. You can somebody. Don't worry you walk in on their funeral. Don't worry i got permission. After he is been buried you must dig up his body filet his and knowing you have the dig it back. Oh that's annoying. Why why was the point. Permission held the fucking coffin only covers the front half anyway. So you got the flay the skin of the corpse in one piece from ways down so you have to be super careful like an exacto knife cutter not going to fit you. Put the pants off so it again. My girlfriend's really good. I soon as you start at so those pants as soon as you step in pants they will stick to your own skin supposedly because of the magical ritual because then would is sticky but in someone else's pants as like alex. Look at meetings. Gross coin must be stolen from a poor widow so steeler money to yet the steal from k. k. k. Let me get this. Can you just said a coin. You catch you get the permission. Yes debates parent body. And then you gotta go to his wife and steal money former or some widow. It doesn't say the exact menace her window so the widow emplaced it in the scrotum along with the magical sign that hung few. I can't speak so she's always there tennis written on a piece of paper she had to put a magic spell. And you have to. If you want you know listen you dig up the body you put on the pants of the skin body and you put them on you. Lay that scanner like salmon. And you put the fucking lagging chicken. Fuck in two thousand ten trying to fuck fitter ash around her lagging tom. And then we're lagging are our. I'm super email. And then so the scrotum because they literally want to cut it so you wanna fillet the skin properly so you the dick skin and the ball skin and then suffering. And then you'd be laughing then you put the coin into the ball sack and this magic spell into the ball sack of these pants and then when i interrupt your different ways. Draw money into the scrotum so all of a sudden you'll look in your skin pants and they'll be money in the ball sack of the wouldn't that be near ball so we'll never empty as long as the original coin is not removed. You'll accumulate money. Is the most ridiculous thing eventually. Want to get an icelandic like history. I want to get into the whole death metal in fucking wherever the fuck invent bullshit. This is this. This is vital. Shit sure to ovation. The owner has to convince someone else. You overtake the pants and step into each leg. As soon as he gets out of it or the necker pants will thus be they will never. They won't be used for the money making purposes so if our skin billy's dead fucking body and i put on the pants and i fucking have the coin inside the ball sack. I have to say giving alex sawyer. It's intense because it's fucked up so i'm going to have to. I'm gonna have to give you the pants. As soon as i step out of these pants. I had to give them to you instantly. And then you've got to put on the pantsuits you can't or you gain the money do i have to use the same coin fucking roadmap for that one anyway. This is strange podcasts. You love you. And i hope that was a good episode and i it will be following supporters. I have new stories of rate and get higher on the fucking podcast scales. We're doing great. I don't. I don't think anyone really cares about that. But like anyways like just just give support. Because i love you. And i'm relies emerge and i really loved me. Why some urged bitch alex titi he buys our scott nice titties. He's been orange. he's going to get a hail. Alex hail alex. Why thank you take.

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"allan" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!

Strange Brew Podcast!

07:40 min | 9 months ago

"allan" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!

"This city will fac in pay so crazy and she walks in like i would just like slowly just backed out of the room. I'm sorry sister here. Like i would slowly backed up nina. Unable to contain her fighting screams of course would scream like a bucking. I'd be like holy fuck leads by chelsea. Ask us if it was you. Would maybe let it happen and live later on. So it's like feels pulse. Nina was unable to container scream. She ran but leisure was faster. He beat her until she. And this is a. This is an amazing thing to do. He beat her until she fakes. Her death does she. You saw that coming though smart that she was able to just go. I'm dead and i hope to god. He bought it had no feeling her body at that point so extremely smart though because like the things you should do how hard it is punchy. Thought he killed that one bitch and she wasn't dead circles while million dr l. Yeah shift literally and doggy like yeah. My face is now might. Just tell you play possum. Three hundred can man anyways liz. You're thinking that both this is dead. Exit the shot. And i don't think he was thinking that both says is dead because this time he was a little smarter he set the fucking thing on fire wall on his way out. Just set it on. Fire is like fuck this bumpkins. I guess what though she realized the house was burning so she ran outside waiting for it to a small foul fucking any through a right back inside the house. Is that dope. You take the beijing waiting outside the front door and waiting for to come running. Imagine thinking like oh. He's gone out of the door and you see them. Just stand there. Needs sub baby girl. Yeah no fucking show ownership in got me. Crazy is he. Must've fucking throwing her back inside and then held the door shut or something along those lines but like it's so hot man. You couldn't hold that door. That is that is what i guess he did. Nino fucking nina was found barely conscious third degree burns and losing part of her fingers and toes. It's such a small town. Remember that fires like get recognized single in there. Yeah all the mother fucker war or you do the old maneuver everything. If you let it inside and close the door people would notice from outside. I right away. Maybe he was smart enough probably not but he had a chair outside of the door and then he shoved the chair the door handle this update that even aboard. Oh well again like third back inside. And then she's she's trying to find another exit and then gets the carbon monoxide or whatever in her mouth and advocate. Stay then you wouldn't be like okay. I'm not going back out that door. Because he's accused of sending their fucking doors. So i'm going to try to jump through the second win over time. So anyways people started installing so after he gets away obviously news reports reports it and people started installing what they called in the town luger lights and it was just a light on the on a poll that people dug in their backyard stuck a pole and put a light on it just so they wouldn't fox that's blocking terrified. And that's that's weird too because most times you have an every place like when you hear about. Oh maniacs on the loose they buy guns gun stores get the fuck out the any type of weapon they can and they locked their doors and they usually get a some sort of security the fact these people were just like. I think a light will do nineteen eighty. I know but you get a gun and it's just like i don't want him lurking in the dark. I just don't want him there. Like it's like and moses easy it go off and most of these guys who whether they can handle it themselves or not and honestly can like every single one of them think they can take on quick air. All fucking very high end like i am so much stronger icon. Do things like fuck off man you. This is chelsea's dad speaking but the cheapest former security is light. I was going to say a new is lights because they're not very good to to be honest. If you leave your house lead awesome houses. that are completely dark in blackout. People will be more likely to break into but if a house has a light on chelsea always leaves the light on every night. This is why the door shit comparing his chelsea as chelsea was raised by a dad. That was like anything's going to come and kill you so you better leave your lights on your doors law to make sure you have a gun so like i got to go ahead and talk to my astle every. When did that happen. He he attacked what was that may. May i say yeah. I think late may may twenty ninth. And he wasn't seen again until october. How holy fuck. April may june july five months. Cable set their house on fire or killed one. I guess one still survived because the fire department got there in time. It's going it's going rampage. There's circulars that do this. You go fucking. And i don't think he's hidden rampant. It's no it's like brazil mode where they like they freak out and they get in this like beserk dow rampage mode and ted bundy did this when he went to florida and killed all the fucking people florida but it's almost like that they get in state because there are serial killers that can stop doing it for fucking months to almost a year be caged up for like five years and then two or three years and then went back to it and it's crazy how they can stop doing it. Which is walking weird weird btk as episode. no josh. Just the fact people do crossing that can lay low for a while and then all of a sudden stirred up again. Just be funding normal. Jeffrey dahmer stopped like two months anyways spotted so it's over now. Rewards were announce came back in the eighties. How much the reward fifty grand dressed for. So you didn't need it. You didn't need proof or anything. I just want to the arrest and we will give you fifty fucking thousand somewhat. Hey i know how many eyeballs lease those mother fuckers probably got. They're like well okay. Counseling been here yet and we were pretty titled to bring back what he did. Look like a troglodyte. He looks like a caveman. Oh beard long thing. I don't have in this episode written but again for my father when it happened again. This was mid october and this happened. Halloween was cancelled that year. For all the kids. That sucks all the key and my dad. My dad time. He's like he's like we're stuck. I'd rather eat the candy synagogue at the time of day. I was born in fucking. I think he said likes late. Sixties fucking executives born but late sixties. I think like sixty eight but you stop eating your dick. But he was twenty years old at the time. I'm sure he wasn't gonna go trick or treating. But i guess halloween was canceled for the fun kids. Unless you work dabry go fucking trick or treating. Because i know you're gonna listen to this episode. I went out one out of sixteen..

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Car Crash Kills 1 in Banks County, Georgia

Mornings on Maine Street

00:29 sec | 9 months ago

Car Crash Kills 1 in Banks County, Georgia

"Name's not been released. A man from Homer killed in a two vehicle crash early yesterday morning on Georgia 51 in banks County 34 year old Westley Allan Atwood died at the scene of the accident, according to the Georgia State Patrol. The Ford F one F 2 50, driven by Atwood was traveling north bound when it crossed over the center lane and hit another truck head on the driver of that other truck. 35 year old Gerald Justin pause of Demory is taking the Northeast Georgia

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The CHO Cell Line  From Reliable Workhorse to State-of-the-art Protein Powerhouse

Cell Culture Dish Podcast

04:33 min | 9 months ago

The CHO Cell Line From Reliable Workhorse to State-of-the-art Protein Powerhouse

"Welcome to the cell culture dish. Podcast the joseph line from reliable worse to state of the art protein powerhouse. I'm brandy sergeant editor of the cell culture dish joining me. Today is allen dixon. Professor of biology at the manchester institute of biotechnology university of manchester allen describes himself as a molecular cell biologist who thinks of cells as factories that can be used to manufacture life-changing medicines including protein-based biopharmaceuticals viral vectors and modified cells working with industrial and academic collaborators is developed key advances toward the understanding of how a popped toasties quality control mechanisms and genome localization of recombinant genes can influence the efficiency of choice'll systems. His laboratory were very early. Adopters of the application of olmecs approaches to provide molecular profiling of chou cells. And how such information could be used to direct cell engineering toward improve manufacturing processes alan's contribution to the sector was recognized by the award of the peter done health award in two thousand seventeen in addition to his research. Alan teaches undergraduate and postgraduate levels and has held several senior administrative roles at the university of manchester. Welcome to our podcast. Allan thank you for being with us today. Your group has a very long trajectory in bioprocessing research. And fact you've been working quite closely with the subject of our interviews day. The chinese hamster cell line today show cells are the workhorse for the development and manufacturing a biopharmaceutical products but back in nineteen fifty seven when puck managed to isolate and keeping culture. The first show k. Oneself nobody could anticipate this success. I wanted to ask what you think is so special about. Why has it ended up being so successful. Has a really good question to start with. Brandi one special berkshire well. Actually the survived forty to fifty years of use anita. They started off initially being isolated as i'm cells abuse to study cancer and divide very rapidly and a use for a long time in that context but at the same time people develop mutants that enabled them to be used in selection systems to express proteins. So by that amine being able to use a cell line noca- specific genes. They're able to use those same jeans in a vector cassette so they could use that as a marker to look the uptake of a recumbent gene. You know i think they'll janati of the true l. As because it was a. I have the bus cell line. Many groups were up on the built up. Loss of information about how the cells grew. I attended to be very or should we call a very amenable system to generate further mutations. The game the cells different properties that people could use to their own policies so as a first starting point and then i think also because show south started to be used for production proteins. The then became almost accepted. The products that kim from them went through the fda another regulatory authorities on were approved and consequently they the ease of that approval. Meant the others could follow along and also get that product to put if the us true sales as well so the became established. Now i think that's successful for them in terms of their ability to be used by many different groups to make many different types of proteins so it was a rapid growth large amount of information that was gathered about them. The selection markers it could be couple to vectors and protein expression and in the fight. They got regulatory approval. So i think that's a summary of that area who covers what special but there. Also i mean if you want to call them special. They are the million cells the right sorts of processing for the type of products. That might be used as human therapies. An such that also fitted into the special holiday volume for companies in terms of production. Who cell line.

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Don't You Want Somebody to Take Care of You?

Terrible, Thanks For Asking

05:24 min | 9 months ago

Don't You Want Somebody to Take Care of You?

"Okay so you just got a couple of questions. We're going to get into that okay. Yeah totally i'm nora. Mcnerney in this is terrible. Thanks for asking. And that was gina and when we get into it. We're going to be continuing the conversation that we've been having about care with gina story is a story about a lot of complicated emotions about the long tail effects of being thrust into a caregiver role when you're still a person who needs a lot of care a child but this complicated story starts in a really simple place when genus parents met and fell in love They were summer fling. Was like maybe nineteen sixty nine thousand. Nine hundred seventy vietnam war was going on. I think there was like a lot of looking for a better life. Like you know like wanting something good and they dated over that summer and then they were married by like the day after christmas that same year. So my sense is that they were kind of idealists like they were looking for some sort of happily ever after and for awhile. Genus parents found it. My mom was a homemaker and my dad was kind of a rising star in the computer science world. he was an academic. He was teaching at georgia tech in atlanta. Which is where. I grew up and so early. Memories are that you know my mom cooked and was crafty and volunteered with the pta. My mom really loved to so she loved to bake. She's a beautiful woman and my dad was very intellectual. Like i remember him reading like not totally age appropriate books to read allison wonderland to me at an age when i didn't fully understand what's going on there so much in that book didn't understand but i loved the fact that he would read that to me and he would sit down and explain to me. How telephones work and he liked teaching me about prime numbers and stuff like that at a very young age i think he just really enjoyed sharing that aspect of himself with me. He liked kind of dissecting things and thinking about things and asking questions. And that's something that. I've carried with me into adulthood. He kind of taught me how to dig deep and think about stuff that you might not otherwise. Think about gina was the second of three children. Her older brother is named allan just like a sweet sweet kid like he loved playing with matchbox cars and he would line them up. We would watch movies a lot together like he loved watching lassie and old yeller and stuff like that. If it involves a kid in a dog he could watch a movie. Five times in a row of my mom lead up every single time. He said he would laugh at every part like it was the first time you ever heard it or ever saw it and same with music. You know at some point in our childhood somebody gave them like one of those yellow sony walkman and a bunch of tapes and he would walk around the house with like headphones on and plane his tapes and singing and his very loud very slurred speech. That was like the happiest. Alan loved country music bing crosby. He loved christmas music all year round. It was just gina in allen until their little brother andrew was born. Andrew came along and i felt like almost like he was my baby from the beginning and like i think i recognized from a young age that he was like my ally and my playmates. He was you know a playmate that i interacted with. He was very imaginative. And we do the things that kids do where you like lineup. All your stuffed animals and teach them school or we would do these toy. Parades down the hallway and like throughout the whole house. Where readers just like lineup. Every single toy we own and then just like march like it was a production. The genus relationships with andrew and with allen were different because allen andrew with different. I was aware from a very very young age that i do things at allen. Couldn't i was three years younger than him. He and i kind of learned how to walk around the same time he could talk but his speech was really slurred. And so i knew from a very young age that like a lot of people didn't understand what he was saying. But i did like i kind of interpreted for him a lot especially in public so i think there was an awareness on that level lake. He's older than me. But i think i always felt older than him like. I knew that he had a lot of medical stuff. That was very mysterious. He had some seizures and would have to be rushed to the hospital so i i was very aware that like he needed a lot and there was something wrong.

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Filling the archives with stories from Black Silicon Valley

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

03:02 min | 10 months ago

Filling the archives with stories from Black Silicon Valley

"We talked last week about how the stories of lack inventors were literally left out of the history books. Documenting the early internet now. A story about preserving that history in late twenty nineteen archivists from stanford university met in fremont california with over a dozen black engineers and entrepreneurs who had been working in the tech industry for decades. One of them was. Danny allan also been first engineering. Professors say some people in this class. That don't belong five of us thirty so actually wound up hating engineering. While to become an engineer. Alan worked as an engineer for bank of america and the electric power research institute in palo alto. He's now the vice president of global diversity and inclusion at sap labs stanford was interviewing allan and others for a new archive dedicated to the history of black people. Working in silicon valley henry low would helped build stanford silicon valley archive as a curator at the university. And he had realize that the stories of allen and others at that meeting were missing from the university's records to realize that there are substantial communities successful people who've not been fully represented. The archive is a. You know a bit of a shock. It's kind of sad disappointing. That that were at this position. But you very grateful to be be in a situation where i can try to respond to it though it had been inspired by kathy cotton. A longtime silicon valley recruiter turned archivist. She saw that. No one was telling the stories of the many black engineers and software developers. She knew were important to. The tech. industry's success. So

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How Being Yourself Makes You a Better Leader with author Minter Dial

Marketing Today with Alan Hart

06:01 min | 10 months ago

How Being Yourself Makes You a Better Leader with author Minter Dial

"I want. say congrats on your latest book. You lead how being yourself makes you a better leader. What was the motivation for this book. So just like in the same idea. Be yourself how do you do that. And how much of you should you bring into work. We talk about authenticity transparency. But is it about being radically transparent. Radically empathic and radically you totally you. So that was the question. Mark ahead in my mind as i launched intas but actually i started writing this book in two thousand and fourteen and at the time i wanted to be like the book of my life like everything full out work personal and everything in between and it took me a long time to Stu and come up with this line which is hopefully to change the way we lead a not just in business but ourselves because in the end of the day. If there's is huge lack of engagement oversee the previously to books haven't exactly figure that out and then to understand how we can bring more of ourselves feel engaged fulfilled and up bullshitting ourselves at work. Which hopefully has knock on effective leading everybody else to want to be with you. Yeah i mean. Starting in two dozen fourteen. Roughly six years was their their moment where it accelerated for. You does seem like a long time. But i know other books. People have written not you but other people could take ten years fifteen years sometimes so. I'm just curious if there is an unlock moment for you. Well it's great. You know like those more academic papers need lottery such things like that. No this was the actually. The thing that happened here was sort of blocking moments Blocking tackle i had. I went off to croatia. At thirty thousand words. I was like all excited came back wife about it. I've really got a big slug of all of us. Had something happened. And i had actually three big loud bazooka moment blocking me or changing the course of my direction which included a call from the television station. Pbs saying hey mental. Your story so great. Let's put on television and clearly. That wasn't part of what i was thinking and and i'm busy doing something else. Meaning internet this actually takes preference so i then put on hold when off that one and then a friend of mine killed himself and that kind of took on another path and then so i've had these different things that have happened anyway. I would say that the walk. In kensington park with a friend of mine who had been published kogan page was the catalyst to getting contact with them and they said awesome. Great idea really. Love it and next thing you know. I had a publisher and that happened of course before the old pandemic started. We'll let's get into started down this path. And i stopped you apologised for the rabbit hole but i wanna to talk about what you mean by you lead. You talked about authenticity radically being yourself. Tell us a little bit more about what you mean by. You lied so i. I generally feel that everybody has leadership potential and but a lot of times. You sort of like won't take away the responsibility and this listen to orders. And i feel like if there's such disengagement at work something is not happening so the of initial premise. Is you lead you and you need to be master of you. Which essentially means at its heart getting to know who you are and what matters to you and so often we go through life. Allan where we're doing what we're supposed to do getting the title on the business card getting extrinsic ideas doing following in my father's footsteps or not as man whatever and we're not actually in touch with ourselves and this is a particular challenge when you're successful often mail. You just think that this is the thing and so the one. I'm trying to really griffin to is to be in check with who we are as an individual and then once we have that established we get rid of some of the chips in the shoulders. Were more cognizant when we're being emotional and irascible and disagreeable and and potentially more vulnerable and then we can definitely model a behavior that the rest of the team might follow through with got it and i mean those sound like great things to do like just a better know myself to be more aware of my own tics and talks. Yeah why is this important for leaders. Do you think well on one hand. My feeling is that leadership is still wonky. If not a terribly wrong and the other hand i think that is much as some people want to be authentic. It's they're not sure what they're being authentic about and why they're doing it so very quickly you can be put off the course you can be doing something because you think it's good to do because it's like there's the narrative being sustainable development is great. Let's do it but there's no real hook anchor back into who you are as we end up doing so many things because it's good to do. Oh that sounds like a really smart idea let's do that and by justifying rationalizing all these smart ideas. We actually ended up frustrating ourselves. Because we're going to not get to want to get too so i feel like the issue is. We've all been to university a lot of us or you know educated and were reading even if you haven't gone university it's fine but with intellectual curiosity we we kind of think we know ourselves because we have that arrogance may be pretension says i want of course i know myself. I'm fifty six allen. God dammit you crack question me on who i am but i think we have this sort of absolute ability gloss over the details. I'm an executive powerful. And i'm excited. I'm confident on curious. I'd fine but that kind of describes everybody at some level to sort of leggings generic concepts that you want to project but who are you deeply inside and if you're excited about sustainable development can you not attach it to something that's more relevant to you for example or hopefully i'll have one day grandkids. Well i'd like for them to live in an environment where okay well. That's at least a more personal hook as opposed to the intellectual size that it was going to help our customers think that we're better people.

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"allan" Discussed on Short Storiess Podcast

Short Storiess Podcast

05:38 min | 11 months ago

"allan" Discussed on Short Storiess Podcast

"Hello you special person. You are special because you listen to this podcast as for me i mean just say i put my pants on leg time. I'm robert crandall. And i'm grateful for your presence. This podcast can now be found by the way on an internet radio station. Just go to meet us dot live. That's metesz m. e. d. u. s. Now there are a lot of podcast on this platform. Rotating on the airtime. And i want to thank david for adding this show to his internet radio station and for his donation to this podcast and your donation would be very much appreciated. Just go to horror stories. Podcast dot com and click on the. Buy me a coffee button. Or the donation button and while you're on the website. Why not binge you can binge allan poe by just clicking on the menu for edgar allan poe and all the episodes are there same is true with hp lovecraft and we also have a menu for listener nightmare episodes so go to our website horror stories. Podcast dot com. Hang out and binge for awhile. I highly recommend binging on the listener nightmare episodes. They are really creepy and only take about five hours. There's nine of them. I think and They take about five hours. A nice little A nice little evening binge for you. You know nightmares can be scary thing Maybe you've a nightmare. Perhaps there was unsettling. Let's say you dreamed you were a serial killer who brutally stabbed seventeen people to death and dismembered them removed organs and put them on display like a gallery of sorts walls covered with limbs and organs of your victims as you admire your carefully arranged exhibit. You hear something outside so you go to the window. You see a person walking by a surge of energy consumes. your being for your penchant. For murder is an all-powerful consciousness. You cannot escape. You grab your dagger stealthily. Approach your prey from behind it as you raise your arm with the dagger just then. The doom turns in screams a deafening cry. Then you wake up trembling in your hand is shape as if it had been gripping something you hear a knock at the door. Who could it be you get up and go to the door only to find the police. You are under arrest for the murder of seventeen people but wait. There must be some mistake. There is no mistake. You have blood on you. Your blood drenched. Dagger is found and your display of body parts or found in a spare room that you never used or you thought you never used. Yes in your sleep. You have terrorized the entire city with your ruthless murderers. The whole city is consumed with jubilation. The serial killer is finally found. The people want a public hanging. So they can throw knives at. You're dangling courts allowing the blood to drip into large pan to be boiled away in your carcass fed. The pigs ever had a dream like that. Neither have i had just now made it up so if you had a nightmare or if you want to make one up send it to horrible dream. My horrible dream at g mail dot com. Or if you've had something strange happen that you can't explain why blood on your door knob how beckett there we'll send that in and then you go into the house nurse blood on your bedroom door now. Yeah anything like that has happened. Send it to us. We'd like to hear it up next you like being alone. Edgar allan poe. This is his birthday months. That's why we're doing gorell impo. He was born january. Nineteen eighteen o nine but edgar. Allan poe hated being alone. He dreaded being alone he wrote a poem about.

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Virginia man arrested at Washington DC checkpoint with 500 rounds of ammunition

WBZ Morning News

01:02 min | 11 months ago

Virginia man arrested at Washington DC checkpoint with 500 rounds of ammunition

"In Washington, U. S Capitol police arresting a Virginia man with an unregistered gun and more than 500 rounds of unregistered ammo. At an inauguration checkpoint, W USA reporter Kobe Satterfield tells us Westley Allan Biller claims he came to D. C to do security for the inauguration for documents, a viewer pulled up to a security checkpoint and showed an unauthorized inauguration credential. That's when officers noticed program details on dealers Trump and asked if he had anything that could hurt the officers. Court documents. A dealer told the officers about the gun and was then put in handcuffs. The moment they said, they're going to search canine eyes. Remember that it was in the vehicle. You know, since such a rush that day, and I was really nervous I was I really was because I know there's different laws. I don't know what the laws are in D. C. He says. In Virginia, he's a licensed carrier and never meant to cause any harm across his state line dealer has been released from jail and will only be allowed into Washington for court related matters.

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Virginia man arrested at Washington, DC checkpoint says it was an 'honest mistake'

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:49 sec | 11 months ago

Virginia man arrested at Washington, DC checkpoint says it was an 'honest mistake'

"T O P s national security Correspondent J. J. Green tells US authorities are closely scrutinizing inaugural credentials after the arrest of a Virginia man at a D. C checkpoint in court documents, police say Westley Allan Dealer of front Royal pulled up to a checkpoint near the U. S capitol with a gun. Ah lot of ammunition and a fake inauguration credential. This is about 6 30 last Night at the checkpoint at North Capitol and E. Street Northeast, The Washington Post reports. Beeler called it an honest mistake, saying he was running late to his job. Working security for the inauguration, forgot the other unregistered gun in his vehicle. He denied having 500 rounds of ammunition. Bealer has been charged with carrying a pistol that is not registered in D. C. We was released in order not to return to the city except to appear in court or meet with his lawyer

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"allan" Discussed on Short Storiess Podcast

Short Storiess Podcast

04:28 min | 11 months ago

"allan" Discussed on Short Storiess Podcast

"Thank you for choosing horror stories. Podcasts home of amazing people like you. Hello and welcome to horror stories podcasts. I'm robert crandall and you're an amazing person for being here. And i'm be sure to tell a friend. Maybe they won't be an amazing person. Dislike you and i wanna give a shout out to carmen of the uk across the pond for her generous donation. Thank you so much carmen. And i i really really appreciate it. And if you would like to make a donation you can visit the website horror stories podcasts dot com or the old works to. That's adventures nadia dot net. They go to the same place and carmen had mentioned chad. Problem so I think i've gotten that straightened out. Hopefully but now there are two buttons one is for one is for by me coffee since i drink a lot of coffee. I've thought that it'd be appropriate. And then there is the normal donation button in case one doesn't work dry the other one and again. thank you so much carmen in the uk. For for your listening in for that. The generous to your donations helped me continue to do what i like doing for you. That is of course bringing you great horror stories and i understand. A lot of people are in difficult times right now. So don't worry about it. But if he can. That would be great. Well here. We are in january which is a very special month around here. Why well because edgar allan poe who we do a lot of stories of was born on january nineteenth eighteen own nine in boston and My birthday is january as well. I'm a new year's baby. Yes january first which used to feel really special but the older you get the less special it seem since it's a reminder of aging that you cannot ignore because the whole world stops and parties. I'd crazy anyway. So that's why january's a special special month. Here and edgar allan poe would be two hundred and twelve this month. Wow.

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Bills punctuate AFC East supremacy with thrashing of Patriots

Get Up!

02:50 min | 1 year ago

Bills punctuate AFC East supremacy with thrashing of Patriots

"Buffalo patriots and this was a great one josh allen dance in his way into the playoffs visiting the patriots bills looking for the season. Sweep over the past for the first time this century and it started with a little bit of trickery. Four minutes left in the first quarter and look at that to kwan. Johnson taking the snap on the fake punt but bill stack in the box. But it didn't matter because watch just real smooth completing that. Pass keeping the drive going. How about that under one minute left in the first quarter fourth and one patriots forty three yard line allen fixed the hand off keeps informed software twenty two yard gain and the first down bills were having their away with the patriots in this game. After an here you go right here. You look at it. Allen dropping back dawson knox in their. Sorry zack moss. In there for the touchdown both bills lead ten three for the patriots score. Bills the ten nine fourth into on the forty three allen drops back. And here's the dawson. Knox keeping the first down three three on fort down in the first half. They entered monday with seven down. Tries few it's in the nfl that drive continues person. Go from the four allan with the play action. Finding smith in the end zone for the touchdown bills lead at seventeen nine and smith gets a nice little. Tackle buys line keeping them happy next bills possession. First and ten from the fifty allen drops back finding stefan digs at takes it all the way running by guys built twenty four nine heading the halftime and it was that kind of game and it didn't get any better for the patriots in the third quarter fills. I drive out of the hat. I intend on the patriots. Eighteen yard line allan fires gigs. And yuck walks right. In for the touchdown second touchdown catch the game for dig balentine. Jim kelly for the most touchdowns in a single season in bills history. Those thirty one the nine and then fourth quarter first and goal. He's gonna break jim. Kelly record on this play right here. Stefan digs third touchdown catch of the game and watch it again flex on that one bill bell not happy because watch it again and to strike and this combination between alan digs working to perfection right now and these guys were all smiles after the game. Maybe wait wait. You think josh allen the mvp stefan percent especially mine vp. Yeah right definitely for them. Goals brought to you by subway and the tandem josh allen and stefan digs set a single season franchise records in passing touchdowns and receiving yards last night. Giving buffalo twelve wins for the first time. Since one thousand ninety three thirteenth win would be tied for the most in bills history.

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"allan" Discussed on The Moratorium

The Moratorium

05:00 min | 1 year ago

"allan" Discussed on The Moratorium

"Hey alan we've had a great time But i never answered it about the tale. You were asking about pale in you. Yes that story about. I had to get you in july of it. Okay back up. Being and i had to sell the idea that what would actually happen. You know day. We had this overhead shot which took hours to set up. It was a major thing because went over the company that that deal. You know three sets top you know and alienating effect but it was like a masters you know for the whole like production and paying off the climax with movie with great shot you know to tell gone had to be through her and she didn't want but did you explain that to her beforehand. I'd good i did. I knew i knew as did the in trouble. I was awful. I had to get the shot but you can screen the and she had you know. Enough personal painter to relate to it. Screams must find anything but especially called her agent in. And i do the shot. And then her agent canyon to look at the shot and you could shop dramatic. But you know i had this. You know i knew i wanted. And you know how lose exploited the to it. But i'm sure that roger would have backed you up totally on that as well. I would not ask vanished now. Don't want he would probably take a lot it really no 'cause he wouldn't roger third budget in time dachas so he did get me. Two extra days not really liked the movie. I mean i loved the task i mean. It can't cancer the editing room. And just for the he said. I'm gonna make four four trips to cut something you know to get beautiful thing. And then he picked out there. Okay normally a violent man. You can't pass. It can't imagine punching. Somebody thinks do the best thing is that it go outside and to finding go way in the guy who pines comes out carrying a large coke and i it out on the back logic. Turns with incinerate caesar. The guy digging and he goes no no because all of the draw. That's awesome you. Guys are great and i really i tell you i had the time the you make fun of. It was great. Thank retroactive approval. I've heard a lot over the years. Sure masterpiece we appreciate your time. You've been a great great host. I will say you're filmography. Needs to be celebrated inside. I'm reach out to our listeners. Saying a go check out. These movie can find many of them on youtube to be for free. Get out and enjoy these and also located to pass out the half to. Oh it is okay. Cool all right. I would like people to see it. Yeah i appreciate everything If you have anything else you want to plug right here. I was going to ask if If susan no had some intro music that i could put in for you. You know you're oj theme music do do you have the music for been world. I'm sure i could get that easy. Aren't they released it in our piece twice. The last one came out and blue white and color but the story is that. Is that the awkward time i've ever had telling james horner. No i don't want you know. Sorry james but Backwards run is just wanted to score. Yup and you succeeded all right allan.

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Interview With Roger Corman

Eli Roth's History of Horror: Uncut

03:34 min | 1 year ago

Interview With Roger Corman

"The word legendary is overused but in the case of roger corman. It's well deserved. Roger trained as an engineer at stanford but after four days on the job. He quit to make movies. He began producing and directing low budget. Independent films are getting the underserved teen market. What is films lacked in production value. They made up for imagination. And as roger famously declared he never lost a dime on a picture and he made a lot of them. From nineteen fifty. Five to nineteen seventy-one. He directed over fifty films. Everything from monster. Movies to biker. Pictures to his famous adaptations. The works of edgar allan poe. He focused on producing and film distribution launching the careers of some of the biggest names in hollywood including francis ford coppola jonathan demme joe dante and bringing films by autour like david cronenberg. Ingmar bergman federico fellini to america. Rogers sat down with history of harsh showrunner. Kurt sanga to talk about his remarkable career. You started off directing and producing low budget films in the nineteen fifties How did you deal with the limitations. Faced the early films. I directed i was beginning to director with short schedule and i did what i could. I absorbed films saying. I use certain camera techniques that i've seen before and invented some myself. Now i'm not certain. I really invented them just that i had never seen them in other films. They may not have been as original as i thought. Nine fifty seven directed something like nine films Including tack of the crab monsters personal favourite Fm didn't have a lot of production values. But it was packed. Full of interesting ideas. A what are your memories of that film. Well i remember specifically said didn't have very much money and i remember exactly. The crab monster cost twelve hundred dollars and it was paper my shea but it was very big and it looked pretty good but we were shooting at on the rocks at cabrillo beach and the waves were hitting up against the monster and i could see the waves. Were destroying the back of the monster. So i had to shoot as fast as i possibly could and from only certain angles not to let the audience see that. The vaster was being destroyed. Well we shotted speaking monsters. Tell me about the monster from it. Conquered the world well. The monster from saturn was based upon my studies at the university where i studied physics and i tried within the fantastic world of science fiction to be as logical as possible and i realized a giant planet like saturn would have heavy gravity so therefore a giraffe could not exist but a turtle could because it was close to the ground and would be able to handle the gravity so i had the monster built all about the height of my hand here and thus say was physically correct for the planet saturn. I was having coffee as they were setting up the first shot and beverly garland very hip. Young actress came up to the monster and she looked and she noticed that i was watching her

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National Native American Veterans Memorial opens in Washington, DC

Morning Edition

03:46 min | 1 year ago

National Native American Veterans Memorial opens in Washington, DC

"Opens today on the National Mall in Washington, D C. It's the Native American Veterans Memorial. Native Americans have served in the armed forces in high numbers for more than a century. This is the first memorial to honor that service. Here's NPR's Quil Lawrence. The memorial is simple. A steel circle elevated over carved stone drum. It sits in the shade of the Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian Kevin Go over, is a member of the Pawnee Nation and the museum's director. It's an article of faith in Indian country that Native American serve at a greater rate than basically any other group. So we wish for this to be a sacred place, not just for Native America. But for all Americans. The opening ceremony went virtual because of the pandemic. But here are a few of the people go over hopes will one day attend and sanctify the site. My name is Marcel Grande La Bull. And I'm from the two kettle ban of the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe. You know? I'm 101 years old. No in 1940 for Marcela Lobo was a surgical nurse at an Army hospital during the battle of the Bulge Well, In December. I believe it was 1/16 of December. The Germans overtook the American soldiers. They wondered about putting in a hospital so close to the front lines, but they did. So we were there in leisure. And we had both funds night and day. At the time of the breaks through the growth of the bulge. Lobo says her own community always honored her military service. Now the memorial in Washington means the whole country conduce this same to be AH, thought like it was a great honor. My ancestors were warriors. I'm related to rein in the face who fought in the battle of the little big horn or greasy grass that they called it. My father was a Spanish American war veteran. My brother oldest brother was a veteran all down the line. But some native vets aren't as aware of their own family service. Yeah, my name is Colonel Wayne Don don has served 27 years in the army, including Bosnia and Afghanistan. You know, for a lot of years, I thought I was a first generation military person came to find out is both of my grandfather and uncles. And served in a territorial guard during World War two. That was an emotional discovery for dawn and a complicated one not just native Americans, but on the other minority groups, ultimately that they chose to serve to represent their people. And also to serve a country that this, you know, sometimes. Didn't have AH would've proved to be their best interests in mind, but they're still still did it, He says. Now that the country is wrestling with questions about racial justice, he hopes the memorial can play a part. Army vet Allan Ho feels the same. He's native Hawaiian saw combat in Vietnam. Then his two sons served after 9 11, his oldest son. Nine. No. Ho was killed in Iraq and he wass Credible young man. He was an officer, platoon leader, and he was killed in 25 in Mosul, Iraq. His younger brother's the staff sergeant. His name is Locke or And the meaning for a knock or is a warrior who is brave and courageous. Those are the stories of service and sacrifice. He wants Americans to hear it. The new memorial for native visitors, Ho wants it to be a validation and an inspiration. And then perhaps, who knows? Maybe some young Native son who experiences that memorial for this first time, we'll be in 50 years from now he'll be that the president of the United States who knows Quil Lawrence NPR news

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"allan" Discussed on Strength To Be Human --Literary Podcast, Hosted by Mark Antony Rossi

Strength To Be Human --Literary Podcast, Hosted by Mark Antony Rossi

05:12 min | 1 year ago

"allan" Discussed on Strength To Be Human --Literary Podcast, Hosted by Mark Antony Rossi

"So you have to wonder are they all having issues with their health and they all drunks or did somebody roll them like they used to say to do the job? To do the voting and then, you know buy them something and enroll them in the alley somewhere. Some of them might have made it woke up and go what the hell happened to me and others died so he could have been a victim of that month. We just won't know it certainly whatever it was, you know, certainly a dishonorable way to go, but I am convinced that one way or the other he was going to be on that. Unfortunately. Now this is the strange if it's not anything strange about it ground Poland as you can tell there's so many things but I always found it the strangest of all the strange things. Was that Edgar Allan Poe never really felt like he was going to die soon. He never felt that suicide was an option. He never thought that you know the ghost of his past. So his present were going to get him. He always thought that he could push on because remember in many instances he did I gotta say that is odd many times you might say that our own poll had some sort of weak sensibilities or a weak stomach for alcohol, you know, he's still had a very strong Constitution emotionally and psychologically, even though he's mentally ill for some of the terrible things that was going on. I think it would have broke lesser men, you know, if every time he falls in love with a woman and dog You fell in love with the woman that that adopted him and I don't mean, you know romantically or sexually I just mean that he loved her like his mother who never got to know cuz she also died and she died of consumption and then took off the two women and he, you know, eventually got involved with and married died. So Those women were probably the only people who really loved I'm not convinced that Edgar Allan Poe hated himself..

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Qatar Apologizes for Airport Strip Searches and Pursues Charges

BBC Newshour

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Qatar Apologizes for Airport Strip Searches and Pursues Charges

"State of Qatar says there's responsible for gynecological searches of passengers as an airport earlier this month have been referred for prosecution. The Qatari government has apologized for what happened. Our Middle East analyst Allan Johnston reports the searches conducted A DOE has hammered international airport involved women from Australia, Britain and other countries on 10 flights. They were told to disembark and then taken to ambulance is on the tarmac where they were subjected to intimate examinations. They would check to see if they had just given birth. The authorities were looking for the mother of a newborn baby that had been found abandoned in an airport toilet. Australia has said that what the women injured was appalling.

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"allan" Discussed on Papo de Fotógrafo

Papo de Fotógrafo

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"allan" Discussed on Papo de Fotógrafo

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"allan" Discussed on Daily Sales Tips

Daily Sales Tips

02:53 min | 1 year ago

"allan" Discussed on Daily Sales Tips

"You're listening to the daily sales tips podcast I'm your host Scott Ingram? Today's tip comes from Allan Langer. Allen's the author of the seven secrets to selling more by selling less that he wrote as an antidote to the numerous pitch trainings and teachings that have existed for decades, but simply didn't produce the results he knew could be achieved here. He is hey everyone allan. Langer here from the seven Secrets Center for sales and marketing and. And here is my sales tip for you. I call it becoming the expert and what I mean by this is perception. Is Reality Okay? You have to be perceived as the expert in your field, whether you are not so with today's attention span I just looked at some statistics and the average attention span today for the average human being is seven seconds especially online, so if there's someone out there who has a problem and they? They are looking for someone to solve that problem with product or a service. They are going to look to see if you are an expert and you have seven seconds from your standpoint to show them that you are where they need to have the perception that you are the expert. Let me give you an example of what I mean. Let's say I. I mean the market for Lampshades, and I, met a networking function and there's. There's well. There's two lampshade guys in the room so I meet both of them I take both of their business cards, and then I'm gone from the networking function and a few days later I think Oh, boy, I need to order lampshades. I pick up both business cards and I look at one, and says Joe Smith Lampshade consultant, and then I look at the other business card, and it says Steve Smith Senior lampshade consultant. Well now I. Don't really remember either person, but I'm going to call the senior lampshade consultant. Why because right there I am perceiving Steve as more of an expert than Joe simply because of his title. Okay, so you need to take a step back and look through the eyes of your customer to how you're perceived. Website on your company's website. What your title is! How are you perceive in your Lincoln Profile? Are you perceived as an expert in your field as an expert in your product or your service, or are you perceived as just another sales rep the perception right now. You have that seven seconds to have. Someone believed that you are the expert. Because once you do that, you'll have a much easier time getting in front of that customer. You'll have a much easier time selling that customer, because really you need to believe you're the expert as well, but the perception has to be there, and that has to be from the customer's standpoint. Okay, so that's my tip. Become the expert, the customer has to perceive you as the expert. And if they do, you'll have a much better time closing the sale for more about Allen and linked to his book,.

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"allan" Discussed on Daily Sales Tips

Daily Sales Tips

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"allan" Discussed on Daily Sales Tips

"Today's tip comes from Allan Langer. Allen's the author of the seven secrets to selling more by selling less that he wrote as an antidote to the numerous pitch trainings and teachings that have existed for decades, but simply didn't produce the results he knew could be achieved here. He is hey everyone allan. Langer here from the seven Secrets Center for sales and marketing and. And here is my sales tip for you. I call it becoming the expert and what I mean by this is perception. Is Reality Okay? You have to be perceived as the expert in your field, whether you are not so with today's attention span I just looked at some statistics and the average attention span today for the average human being is seven seconds especially online, so if there's someone out there who has a problem and they? They are looking for someone to solve that problem with product or a service. They are going to look to see if you are an expert and you have seven seconds from your standpoint to show them that you are where they need to have the perception that you are the expert. Let me give you an example of what I mean. Let's say I. I mean the market for Lampshades, and I, met a networking function and there's. There's well. There's two lampshade guys in the room so I meet <hes> both of them I take both of their business cards, and then I'm gone from the networking function and a few days later I think Oh, boy, I need to order lampshades. I pick up both business cards and I look at one, and says Joe Smith Lampshade consultant, and then I look at the other business card, and it says Steve Smith Senior lampshade consultant. Well now I. Don't really remember either person, but I'm going to call the senior lampshade consultant. Why because right there I am perceiving Steve as more of an expert than Joe simply because of his title. Okay, so you need to take a step back and look through the eyes of your customer to how you're perceived. Website on your company's website. What your title is! How are you perceive in your Lincoln Profile? Are you perceived as an expert in your field as an expert in your product or your service, or are you perceived as just another sales rep the perception right now. You have that seven seconds to have. Someone believed that you are the expert. Because once you do that, you'll have a much easier time getting in front of that customer. You'll have a much easier time selling that customer, because really you need to believe you're the expert as well, but the perception has to be there, and that has to be from the customer's standpoint. Okay, so that's my tip. Become the expert, the customer has to perceive you as the expert. And if they do, you'll have a much better time closing the sale

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"allan" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

12:47 min | 1 year ago

"allan" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"The coast to coast AM dot com website Allan how are you it's great to be with you in yeah you know so this is a topic in it this is near and dear to because it is a lot of ways the student loan problem came up almost right away when we're talking about it coded nineteen relief remember when they said we're going to pause on anymore college collection debt and you know give everybody a chance to breathe a little on that until I think it was August or something they gave six months or something which is great but it really begs the question again of those these these ongoing battles that have been going on within the government to try to collect all this money and the and the the rules that they have for debt collection for college debt which are different from any other type of debt collection and so I'm glad you're back on to talk about it you you use the words predatory and unconstitutional and a national threat in the top line of your website explain why well that's right and you know this this problem really harkens back to the birth of our nation I kid you not someone you know Thomas Jefferson George Washington Robert Morris and other of the founders they were being absolutely skewered under debt June British banks and merchants you know contractors for the king and a lot of people don't realize this but when they declared independence and what the constitution and ratified I should say they actually called for uniform bankruptcy laws and a lot of people don't know this but it's true and I urge them to look at article one section eight of our constitution and you'll see a long list of congressional powers including you know the power to raise an Armenian create a navy and declare war created judiciary well above all of those very important powers was the call for uniform bankruptcy laws so I think the grounding fathers knew pretty well how when the system could be used to own words of John Adams conquer and enslave a country and so you know the founders really saw this one coming and two day as you rightly point out only every other type of loans in this country student loans are uniquely stripped of bankruptcy projections and you know they also have been stripped of statutes of limitations it's been greatly restricted on fair debt collection practices there are no truth in lending laws for federal student loans and they don't even state usury laws have been taken uniquely off the table or yeah federal student loan okay explain usury for people that think they know that term but they really don't well in in every state there are a certain set of usury laws that set upper bound on what interest a lender can charge on a loan that's typically the way the usury laws are formulated hi all but it turns out that because federal loans fall under the purview of the federal government it really superstition they've lost touch that state usury laws start just are not applicable under under any state okay student loans but I want to drill down a little bit on that because I just wanna make sure because I think that's a really key points so usury is sort of a a floating term because it can it can very and IT one point you know I remember when I **** I think my first credit card I think we it was like a fifteen percent interest rate on a credit card some of those are going up to like twenty five percent but some people say well anything above twenty or nineteen five is used to re but other states don't agree in the so there really isn't like a set number for what is considered usury but the term it applies to excessive on justifiable debt collection when an interest rate is becomes much more close to like a mob vague that it's almost like you know you're you're you we you borrow five dollars but you own you owe twenty five in about two weeks and this is where usury starts coming into the idea that they should they need to protect the consumer a note that if they were gonna borrow they were gonna get exploited and that as you're saying that can change from state to state but the federal government takes it all off the table yeah that's right and the numbers that we're seeing out there in the country now are just absolutely outrageous give me an example well you know the interest rates for student loans aren't they're not great but they're not terrible either they range right three three percent maybe eight or nine percent sure or so which is and like I said my great not terrible however it's not really the interest rate that you will be hurt by its the penalties and right needs and collection costs that are allowed to be attached compounded when N. defaulted loans right and so you know what there's so many stories I could tell what I like but let's address our housing SO three percent it's not that's almost like free money I mean if you saw a three percent rate on a house and they were like two you get three percent that you'll be like oh that's great but that's where it gets compounded so fast that that three percent is completely deceiving it's almost like a lower to get you to say yes to something but in the fine print that's where if you don't pay one month then that goes up to something else and that gets compounded as something else and then if you don't pay two months out of the year then that goes into a different category and that's where it just gets crazy on these loans yeah it's you know it's it's really not the interest rate that's the problem it's the fees right analgesia is all of the non interest related charges and you know this what federal lending programs been around for fifteen years now and the the banks up to and including the department of education which under Obama took over essentially the entire lending system so right now the federal department of education is the largest lender on actually the student loans but they have honed the arch of inflating alone two levels we've never seen before in this country it is almost magical how they can turn right what twenty thousand dollar loan into a hundred and fifty thousand dollar nightmare and right you know I'm not kidding the people working out there that I know that sounds unbelievable no I think a lot of people who actually listening probably went through it at one point I'm I'm sure that they did you know incredible fractions like how much you're borrowing versus how much you owe there are more the rule than the exception these days no we have a bar California I spoke with a couple days ago he originally bought seventy five thousand dollars for college which not a lot of money but as of today she helped repaint all concrete and seventy five hours Sloan what is it good for yet he also owes two hundred and thirty five thousand dollars on the walls and it's it's just out it's just but that's imaginary money too it's not like he borrowed that those are just all punitive things which they institute to pay for the people who don't pay so the irony of this is there grinding the people under who are paying to make up for the people who default or at least try to default on their loans and that becomes a whole nother subject right and whether or not you can get out of these loans by declaring bankruptcy well that's right you know in the afternoon in the absence of bankruptcy protections that the founders called for a head of the power to you know raise an army in the absence of statute of limitations there really is no running away from these lumps and you know that the government and I I know I focus on the government a lot because quite frankly the government is fiction main players these days yeah the governor cannot leave it right there in the house yeah I think about federalized the program in two thousand and ten they've been protein fifty sixty seventy billion dollars a year in profit and it turns out that not only do they make a profit on you know normal healthy loans but they even out pretty significant profit on the fault is Welsh now that's a very crazy statement that I just made because if you look at any other land use instrument in this country if you look at credit cards for example they are thrilled if they get back ten cents on the dollar on it right well right but the department of education because you know the very fundamental consumer protections are gone they have found a way to get blood from a stone and whether you know whether the borrower can successfully pay with no problems or whether the borrower goes to the other extreme involved in default on their loans the government's gonna make money so it's in this lending environment where you know with the school want to raise their prices and not double or triple the rate of inflation every year they turn to the government say all you think the government goes yeah go ahead yeah right well you know as much as we possibly can because we're making money on the twentieth of some and go and route that really was at the heart of this so let's let's compound this before we offer explanations on some potential resolution to this this is where the idea of of for profit colleges and universities come into this now let me just say that I'm sure there are good ones and there are people who benefit from a four car a for profit model and that is not to say that the not for profit model is it at all in the center of any type of nefarious practice okay but what you have but you have a problem with a lot of for profit colleges because they're non accredited which means that they pop up they do what they do and the credits that you are paying for our non transferable you can't take them to another institution so you're buying an intangible so if you don't finish your degree from a not from a for profit college that is not accredited and you want to say well I'm gonna take all the credits I've already determined I get straight days and I'm going to go now to a regular four year state school you started zero again but you still have to pay for the loans that you took out for something which you don't actually even the end have which are credits because they they didn't they didn't they don't pay for they don't participate in an accreditation system because that can be expensive but this is what colleges do if they want to make sure that their credits are transferable then you that you're part of an accreditation program and that way other schools can trust that if you take English one oh one for example at one school and then use transfer to another school that that that that English one oh one is as good between those two schools and they're not and that's what happens a lot so Allen I mean this is where some of the practices especially of that have come under debate last couple years have been when there the government spend so much time protecting for profit colleges and the amount of money they're still collecting on students who can't even do anything with the classes that they did take yeah you know the the for profit colleges are really the bottom feeders of our our national collegiate system if you will the default rate across for profit colleges averages somewhere around seventy five percent the last data that I have seen and you know for public colleges aren't great I should say and we can talk about that a little later but the for profit colleges are just disgusting you know a lot of them form.

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"allan" Discussed on Far Side Chats

Far Side Chats

04:49 min | 2 years ago

"allan" Discussed on Far Side Chats

"Hey everyone it's Keira it's please and we're back again for another episode of the fireside chats and so excited because we're talking about a conspiracy see today so much fun well the MAG far CIDERS. I love that is wrote. I can't lie it's fun. What are we going to Chit Chat about? I listened to the Tom Hanks Book White. Tom Hanks Book. Oh my gosh you haven't heard of this now. It's called uncommon type. So apparently Tom. Hanks is obsessed with typewriters. Of Of course yeah a little fun fact and so he wrote. It's a compilation of short stories. So I got the audio book version of of this because Hello Tom Hanks reading his own work obvious. Obviously the best thing ever girl. It's so good. It's unlike cut of blown away because literally every story is vastly different. They're all in different years summer like way far in the future like space travel is normal normal. Some are way far in the past like the Chicago. World's fair is in one. Some are very normal every day. Some are super super deep and like introspective The they're very very different. Every single short story is very different. And even though I've been finished reading it now Alfred couple of weeks I like still in thinking about some of the characters and like what is going on in their lives. What's happening since I left off like it's written so Dang well I love those stories? It's so good. It's such a hidden gem and he wrote it tanks. Yeah he wrote all of it. Wow and then and read the whole thing. What a treasure I know? It's it. It's so good. If you like just need a good pick me up kind of book. Yes yes that's the one to go to. It's like they're all in chunks of short stories. Yeah so it's super easy to pick up. Read a whole story. You really haven't spent that much time. Put it back down. Get back to what you're doing but then you'll wanna come back to it because it's so good. I was glad to do that five stars. What's it called? It's uncommon uncommon type uncommon type ahead. Tom Hanks by Tom Hanks. I'll just look up Tom. Hanks okay look. I think you'll love it. I probably will. Yeah because Tom Hanks is just amazing. What can't you do truly truly? I don't know he's a gem. He national treasure. Yes not the movie you know Tom. Hanks Tom Hanks speaking of national treasures friend. Yeah guess what we're talking about today. Tell oh me Edgar Allan Poe. I'm so excited about this one. Yeah so apparently a lot of mystery like Intrigue League when along with Edgar Allan Poe's death that doesn't surprise me in the least not at all. He wrote it a lot in his stories. It's true if I recall correctly. Do I do recall correctly. Also fun fact about this. I have visited his grave site anyway. It's really really cool to visit in Baltimore. Yeah Yeah I can see actual like house that he grew up bin L.. They had the hours really odd so I never. I didn't get a chance while I was there. But Super Super Coal Gravesite. That is really cool. Yeah his body apparent. When I was researching his body was moved like a couple times interesting? Yeah and then like they had to raise money for that monument. That wouldn't surprise me. Yeah Yeah Yeah. And then. They moved his first wife Spotty to like be next to his but then the person who moved it like kept the body who do. Yeah I guess it was just bones at that point but like kept it for a little bit. I don't why would you do that maybe Frankenstein project. I don't know that's bizarre is in the he also has a very large forehead. I would agree with that no question. Yeah just look up pictures. We've also got him on the website but like very largely for a karaoke but he's got a very large forehead mercer totally does like six. Ed Us yes yeah..

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"allan" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"allan" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Telltale heart by Edgar Allan Poe true nervous very very dreadfully nervous I have been in now but why would you say that I am mad the disease had sharpen my senses not destroyed not told them above all was a sense of hearing a cute I heard all things in the heaven and the earth I heard many things and hell how then and why mad Harkin and observe how helpful how calmly I can tell you the whole story it is impossible to say how first the idea entered my brain but once conceived it haunted me day and night object there was none passion there was none I love the old man it never wrong me he had never given me insult for his gold I had no desire I think it was his army yes it was this he had the idea of a vulture a pale blue white with a film over it whenever it fell upon the my blood ran cold and so by degrees very gradually I made up my mind to take the life of the old man and fuss rid myself of the I. forever now this is the point you fancy me mad mad men no nothing but you should have seen me you should have seen how wisely I proceeded with what caution with what foresight with what the simulation I went to work I was never kinder to the old man the during the week before I killed him and every night about midnight I turn the latch of his door and opened it so gently and then when I had made an opening sufficient for my head I put in a dark lantern all clothes clothes that no light shone out and then I thrust in my head well you would have laughed to see how currently I thrust it in I moved it slowly very very slowly so that I might not disturb the old man sleep it took me an hour to place my whole head within.

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"allan" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"allan" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Death of Edgar Allan Poe the tell tale heart by Edgar Allan Poe true nervous very very dreadfully nervous I have been in now but why would you say that I am mad the disease had sharpen my senses not destroyed not told them above all was a sense of hearing acute I heard all things in the heaven and the earth I heard many things and hell how then am I mad Harkin and observe how helpfully how calmly I can tell you the whole story it is impossible to say how first the idea entered my brain but once conceived it haunted me day and night object there was none passion there was none I love the old man it never wrong me he had never given me insult for his gold I had no desire I think it was is high yes it was this he had the idea of a vulture he'll blue white with the film over it whenever it fell upon the my blood ran cold and so by degrees very gradually I made up my mind to take the light for the old man and fuss rid myself of the I. forever now this is the point you fancy me mad mad men no nothing but you should have seen me you should have seen how wisely I proceeded with what caution with what foresight with what the simulation I went to work I was never kinder to the old man the during the week before I killed him and every night about midnight I turn the latch of his door and opened it so gently and then when I had made an opening sufficient for my head in a dark lantern all close close that no light shone out and then I thrust in my head well you would have laughed to see how currently ice rested.

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"allan" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"allan" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Telltale heart by Edgar Allan Poe true nervous very very dreadfully nervous I have been in them but why would you say that I am mad the disease had sharpen my senses not destroyed not told them above all was a sense of hearing a cute I heard all things in the heaven and the earth I heard many things and hell how than in mine mad Harkin and observe how helpfully how calmly I can tell you the whole story it is impossible to say how first the idea entered my brain but once conceived it haunted me day and night object there was none passion there was none I love the old man he had never wrong me he had never given me insult for his gold I have no desire I think it was is are yes it was this he had the idea of a vulture a pale blue white with a film over it whenever it fell upon the my blood ran cold and so by degrees very gradually I made up my mind to take the life of the old man and fuss rid myself of the I. forever now this is the point you fancy me mad mad men no nothing but you should have seen me you should have seen how wisely I proceeded with what caution with what foresight with what the simulation I went to work I was never kinder to the old man the during the week before I killed him and every night about midnight I turn the latch of his door and opened it so gently and then when I had made an opening sufficient for my health I put in a dark lantern all close close that no light shone out and then I thrust in my head well you would have laughed to see how currently I thrust it in I moved it slowly very very slowly so that I might not disturb the old man sleep it took me an hour to place my whole head within.

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