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Arlis Kay Perry: Sacrificed at the Altar

Kingpins

07:37 min | 1 year ago

Arlis Kay Perry: Sacrificed at the Altar

"Too eh diving into the story of Arles K. Perry I'm excited to provide an update on the case since it was covered in the podcast original unsolved murders due to the graphic nature of today's crimes listener discretion is advised we'd vise extreme caution for children under thirteen today we're going back to October thirteenth nineteen seventy four when nineteen year old are less K. Perry was murdered just after midnight in the Stanford Memorial Church the disturbing nature of her death led some to theorize that she was murdered as part of a perverse satanic ritual but the real killer turned out to be much closer to home in the late night air was crisp but are less was hot with anger she hurried down one of Stanford's Lampley walking pads trying to put some distance between her and her husband bruce she loved him dearly after all she had followed him to California after she graduated from high school earlier that summer but he could be so hard headed why did he care so much about meaningless things like how much air pressure I put in their car tires are less looked back stopping to watch Bruce Huff and puff as he ran to catch up to her deep down she new his stubbornness came from a place of love Bruce was extremely protective of her and just wanted to make sure she was safe so much so that he had insisted on accompanying her to drop some letters at the post office yes it was after eleven pm but it was only a short walk from their dorm a few moments later Bruce was backed by her side and they continued their walk home in silence but even though she was still mad at him she was glad he was there although Stanford wasn't considered to be dangerous three people had been murdered on campus in the past two years this are lists felt much safer with Bruce by her side she knew their spat about the car tyres was the sort of tiff married couples had all the time but she still needed a moment to decompress are lists stopped walking when they reached a crossroads in the path she told bruce she wanted to go spend some time alone at the Stanford Memorial Church a devout Christian are less always felt better after a prayer session bruce was hesitant to leave her on her own but he knew she needed some space he went on to their dorm while our list is headed for the church she got there a few minutes before midnight our list took a deep calming breath as she took a seat in a pew she loved how the Moonlight filtered in through the stained glass windows some might find it spooky she thought it was peaceful. back at the dorm bruce waited up for our less he hated going to bed angry but as the clock struck twelve fifteen a m he started to get worried are La- said she was only going to stop at the Church for a few minutes she should have been home already when Bruce went to the church to check on her the doors were locked he headed back to the dorm thinking he must have somehow Mr on her way home but are less wasn't there either for the next few hours Bruce drove around campus all concerns over tire pressure on from his head he wondered where on earth his wife could be their argument wasn't so bad that she wouldn't have come home plus there wasn't really anywhere else she could have gone Arlos had only moved out to California in August and hadn't made any good friends yet he was certain she wouldn't be visiting it anyone so deep into the night bruce looked everywhere he traced every conceivable path are could've taken to get home he checked all the secluded spots she could have gone to think after leaving the church he kept replaying their fight in his mind wishing he could take back every thing he said he just wanted to hold his wife in his arms and say he was sorry by three a m bruce realized he wasn't I'm going to find his wife on his own a few officers went to the church and confirmed it was locked they assumed something must have happened to her as she walked back home home while the police searched the area a security guard named Stephen Crawford arrived at the church around five four eighty five am to open it for the day to Crawford surprise the door was unlocked Crawford was worried he had personally closed the church the night before around twelve ten am he had called out for anyone still inside to come out before he locked doors luckily it didn't seem like anything was stolen from the church's altar but as Crawford headed back down the aisle something caught his scene was too horrific to believe are less laid spread eagle on her back with a five and a half inch ice pick protruding from her skull her jeans and underwear had been pulled off and two-foot altar candle forced inside her are listens blouse at all also been torn open and second candle rested between her breasts Crawford immediately called the police and they rushed to the crime scene I mean they were able to collect a partial palm print from one of the candles as well as a semen sample that was found on a nearby kneeling pillow uh-huh DNA testing wasn't yet available it was a valuable piece of physical evidence when the police went to tell Bruce what had happened he opened the door covered in blood he insisted that it was his as he got severe nosebleeds Whenever he was stressed nevertheless he instantly became the prime suspect however blood type testing showed that it was in fact Act Bruce's blood on his shirt and not our Lewis's the palm print found on the candle also wasn't a match additionally Bruce agreed to submit to a polygraph test and passed without any issues although polygraphs aren't necessarily a reliable indication of innocence your guilt the police were satisfied enough to cross bruce off as a suspect the other suspect the police questioned was the security guard Stephen Crawford like Bruce Crawford's palm didn't match the partial print found on the candle and he also passed a poly Graf it seemed like Arles Perry's murder would forever remain unsolved

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"arles" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"arles" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"That's great it happens so I don't know this kind of stuff what it is is I don't care if you think anybody thanks even my closest friends or family members thank something like that some comparison I make or some point I make is wrong I don't care when I get fired up is when you tell me I can't do it when you tell me I shouldn't do it and you make this but like really flimsy strange argument for why shouldn't you are different when you win games not because of you know you're you're you're anything else I just got to be careful is not nothing else makes you different until you until you win simple as that Arles talk to Justin here quickly I Justin hi how are you doing today I'm fine Justin at you yes work amber you and inspects may be allowed inside I remember you why do I remember you want what men and women one on one and they will tell you why absolute white white why do I remember you why do I remember you have a great day what Justin Justin yeah why do I remember you our aim is on the radio for doing what we're doing what from the last time I called which in which you did what thank you what the best we're gonna do which was what alright thirteen three thirteen and three right that was it this year they might you're right you're not wrong I got pretty good training I think everybody's got undressed a mixture but they gotta get Mandalay get like in the city and knowing what those are the only two I'm worried about what do you think went wrong in your analysis a year ago Malcolm just a matter of a no but like something something went haywire there they weren't exactly thirteen three Justin I mean come on here right yeah but we were six intending outscored by a hundred points yes share her ground this year they're going to do well and maybe it maybe even all the way maybe it's hope let's but sellable high five if they do I hope thank you Justin the guy I remember him more so because he was do you you were bewildered that someone his age could be named Justin I still I'm yeah I think all those times I was seeing Justin when he didn't hear me is because his name is and probably Justin you think there's a is it is that they're real water I don't know I don't know any names that are close to really posted Justin yeah I mean the like would've been mis heard these names Justin you do I still don't I'm the oldest guy I've ever known name Justin is like thirty eight or it's that guy sports that guy good point Joe goes right on it Mario per week after this break he.

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"arles" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

02:53 min | 1 year ago

"arles" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"Raw saw. Oh, my favorite one. Would definitely have to be ain't no mountain high enough. You've just pandering Nils e banger. No, non here's. I was listening to his top ten and I was like, yeah. At least you've got it right today. So I was very happy. Very much little shade. In there. You got it. Right. But yeah, would have been nice though, she had to have some newer music over the years, you know, just because of her voice and her talent. So, you know, unfortunately, you haven't had that. But my my thing to you is is and I'm so excited. Love the raider top. I still can't get over the fact that Jon Gruden traded away be best defensive player in the game and young not an old guy. So I'll try not to let my anger in this morning. But until the the offensive line really gets up toward needs to be remembered two years ago, we were on the verge of in the playoffs. Right. Derek Carr gets hit heard that last game Arles sense of why number two only behind gallops. You could see the difference in the quarterback was then versus the last two years where the offensive line was giving them more sex than they did the previous year. Right. So until the offensive line until they get talent they can actually protect quarterback and opened up holes for the running back. I don't care if you put. Tom Brady back there. He is not going to be a good quarterback. So let's quit talking about trading off car for one because car can be the quarterback. But guess what? It would also help the receivers when a ball is right there in your hands. You don't say oops. I'm gonna drop it. Now. I see. Drop it or pay. You know what? Yeah. Wasn't a perfect one. But you know, I coulda had it. But I let it go again as much as I love Cooper. She had too many dot balls for the kind of person kind of receiving then. So we can't put an all on park that offense of line has got to improve. And yes, I'm black. Donald Penn is gone was great. But he's past his time. He had just there was no consistency on that align providing any cubs. I think they did a good job of of doing some work on the offense of light Trent Brown. Started sixteen games left tackle protecting Tom Brady last year. So obviously, he has some ability. Jon Gruden Elsie. We were talking about it. I think John gruden's had pretty good off season up until now I think that the pick for a more Cooper, I think turned out to be a win for the raiders. And it turned out to be a win for the Cowboys to that's one of those those traits. I think benefited both teams I think both teams got what they needed in. That regard with Deb was saying about Cleal mackney and the best defensive player football second-best, Don, Aaron Donald spider. And I mean, I just think that that's almost unequivocal that Aaron Donald is the best defensive player in football in Tonio Brown is a nice acquisition. Tyrone Williams is a nice acquisition. Now what he does with those players now that he has them. That's the next step..

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"arles" Discussed on Grown Up Kids: A Disney Podcast

Grown Up Kids: A Disney Podcast

05:02 min | 2 years ago

"arles" Discussed on Grown Up Kids: A Disney Podcast

"Oh, my God my favorite. Character is Travis is because I felt for him a lot in the film. I felt he was very resilient as poor kid has to look over his kid brother while his parents are away a very temperamental kid, brother. Who would put anyone through the paces, and they're kind of having like a power play kind of thing. You know, like he really should listen to Travis, but he's coming of age, and he'll dumb to that milk out. Oh my God. Right. Right. God. What a snot I gotta say though, that's probably something. I would. Oh, I hope our kids. Lame. But all I could think was what a waste of middle. Use that. Yeah. And favorite scene. There's too. I liked when the kittens were being fed milk of q. Because I love cats and two is when bud actually like saves the day makes a really good long shot, but faints from it. Yeah. And then he tries to tell this story to Arles when they're on the way home, but he gets one up by Arledge and hasa listened to him blabber the holy home in a broad blaring. All the time. It was good. He got his own medicine. I liked it. Shut up in the last. All right. My least favorite character. I think in this movie, I'm going to have to go our lists. He just I understand. Why his character was the way that it was like it did bring something to the movie, I guess, but he really was just annoying. Like, he I think that I would have been more okay with his behavior. Had he been the same age as he was an old yeller. Oh my God. That's really accurate, but he's like a couple years older at this point. And he's literally acting the exact same as he was an old yeller. And I was like kid grow up. Learn that throwing rocks is not okay. And sometimes you need to just listen to the person in charge. And he doesn't listen to Travis ever. I mean, not even whenever they are like captured by native Americans and. Travis's worried for their lives are listen, just like willy nilly. I don't care what. My brother says I'm going to do what I want. And like, he just I know I know I wanna smack him. And then my least favorite scene is probably like probably the the fight at the end between uncle back in his gang. I guess and the native Americans like it just seems really overly brutal and a lot of people die, and it just seemed unnecessary. There could have been some other compromise there. So yep. You wanna go next Sam, sure? So my least favorite character was also our lists. And I was a little torn between. Our listen bud because bud really annoyed me too. But Arlen annoyed me more. No one can out annoy our list, and I think that thing that like bugged me most is like they it felt like the filmmakers made no attempt to make Arles character endearing at all. There are ways and like we've. Seen it done in movies before there are ways to make a character whose child who's kind of a troublemaker. But the the way the film portrays him, you kind of see like that they're struggling with something or you kind of like see this endearing side to them. And you're like he can't stay out of trouble. But like, I you know, I like feel form a little bit. And there was none of that with our lists. I was like you're just annoying me for the sake of being annoying. And there's nothing about you. That makes me feel like oh, but our Liz like, no, he got he had nothing. Yeah. I agree. I agree. So that was that. And I think my least favorite scenes were most of the fighting harshly because I didn't like it. But I didn't even like the dog fighting with the Bob cat. Yeah. The yeah. Or the people fighting when they were trying to rescue the kids any of it. It was not like they weren't like well done fighting action scenes that made me feel like excited or you know, made me feel on the edge of my seat. So it was just like plain crappy fighting likes the dog citing about cat. And I just kinda like, I don't I don't know. I don't love it. We laughed at the fight scene..

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"arles" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

05:13 min | 2 years ago

"arles" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

"That was fantastic. Audley Weinstein's on the hill. Let's see if we can get the clear shot. Listen to the sound of a super polenta. Tom Brokaw on what are you doing? Here. I Linda for inappropriate his twenty five years ago to live on. Tom. I'll give you ten seconds. So that's all. So you're saying if you do that at Largo a small loosey goosey theater where where people are supposed to millennials thrive. They wouldn't be on the floor with that good question. That one's probably just topic. Wise is edgy is. I could get so it might get because it's if it's outrageous, but I don't know predator island. I think that say on right? That's great next week. We go to visit Roseanne bond and Megan Kelly they live in lagoon. You just have to use Arnold voices. Ain't even goodness the best again, it just makes me happy in life. That's all I've got is comedy. And my Cajun dinner with you what I love our dinners. I've loved this because this really fun. But you know, what this has been go on the record. I mean, I I don't know this is being recorded. He keeps holding his phone up to report me saying, we're in a podcast. I have it's called podcast podcast. So I just record every podcast. I'm on and posted the thank you say as a just podcast podcast. I'm hard to think of you have given me more joy in my life through just how funny you are. I don't how personally nice you've always been to me. And how smart you are about comedy? How I mean? No, no. He really is. He Dana is just a rare. Tell always have this thing that I. Was famous I and doing well and Saturday Night Live, and you were quote, unquote. Nobody right. And so we just have this relation of that. In other words, dovetails theme of the show, I really see Conan. Yeah. Because I didn't meet you when you're famous, right? You see the real me? I see you. And it's pretty. I think also said it was it was fun when we would do stuff. And then like when Kevin and I had on FRANZ, and it was Kevin had this brilliant, turn of the becoming defensive. If you think we can't do that we could easily threat your body. And then you especially came around pretty early and started writing for that sketch and actually could do the voice for hours and get into. And then we wrote the movie together really laughed that was agree. Never made. I know much on. Why didn't know how movie stars operated wasn't Arles fall? He had twenty movies in you know, development, right? And we just thought we're writing Arnold in our movie, he'll do our movie, you know, he's not gonna do, gene. Good out the ways he did last action hero last action hero, attempted comedy. And it didn't work out. And so then he said, no more comedies. See that will always made me laugh. I don't know why it just something about the screaming. Yeah. Gives me this delete delight. Can we do this again? Let's do it again. I'm I'm in the neighborhood. So anytime you want to do the John asks Paul questions about what's going on earth podcast. I have that. I'll do I'll that. do that. You will do ninety nine percent of it. Now, just occasionally say talking about. The mood tombs came. You know, the Democrats go in, you know, and they got a lot of booths elected. Hundred birds in the good food equal to you know. I mean, it's just fun. Just fun. All of them are fine. Thank Jeff bridges, Johnny Carson and Conan O'Brien. But yeah, we're engine Stewart. Just what does it just look at it? Yeah. Just look. Well, now look away potential. So creepy. Yeah. Now look back at it. Kind of weird sexual. You have to look the way. Since you look back at it. Because it's continually looking at it. No break dynamically going for the heart strings, and that would have been a good any. But yeah, I'm really happy to have us a friend win better operate on a lot of different levels. Intellectually and comedic, Lee wise. So we have very interesting three hour conversations pups. Gress? Had to reiki up with the twist at the Russian Email. What he did to slippery monkeys at the hook. Okay. I'm ending. Now. I'm filling the room with foam. Thank you for podcast plank. Thank Thank you. you. Dana Carvey better than other humans..

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"arles" Discussed on Get Up!

Get Up!

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"arles" Discussed on Get Up!

"Of the time within their organization you go to Green Bay you deal with Aaron Rodgers with now with a hundred gazillion dollar. So you think about where Nick Sabin the is mentality wise if he took a job in the NFL he would have to do it like John grew? He would have to be the general manager. He would have to have the ear of the owner. And he would have to have make all of the personnel decisions. I can't help but go back g to when he was in Miami. And he was trying to get through breeze and was overruled because of the the news on the shoulder about drew Brees. But also he knew that he wanted through breeze. The be there to carry that in into the future. Maybe we're having a different conversation. If that transpired. Fires. But it does not transpire because high singer and all of the guys that were at Miami made that decision over his head. I don't think they say even does well with that. And I think that's the way the NFL the setup for general manages to make most of the decisions now as we go into the season where we're going to see these coaching openings and the NFL Maria the names that we're going to hear you're always going here Sabin shame. 'cause we is we brought up Jim Harbaugh earlier this morning, Adam Schefter says definitively Harbaugh has made it clear. He's not going anywhere. The other name that always comes up as Lincoln Riley. Is that something you think that we will be talking about a lot as we get closer to hiring and firing season. I think we certainly will. And obviously he keeps coming up because of what we've seen of be able to do over the course of this season. And this idea that the new look offense that we're seeing having so much success and college could translate to the NFL Lincoln Riley young enough to actually believe that. That's a possibility greenie that is the one coach that when you say his name, I say, I could see him stepping back and saying this is my chance to hop into the pros why not take that opportunity at this on record saying he's going to be the. Coach of the Cabos for a while. And nothing has changed my mind. All right. We haven't bowl mania continuing tomorrow on ESPN with two more games that should be shootout Butch Davis and Florida international take on Toledo in the makers wanted Bahamas bowl at twelve thirty eastern than its western Michigan and BYU in the famous Idaho potato bowl on the blue turf in Boise. Both are on ESPN, and you can see it all on the ESPN app. Great guest list today. Again, Charles Barkley in our next hour. What does he think about K D calling the environment around the brunt toxic? Don't miss search Arles nine thirty eastern today. Get up. Who's ready for something a little sweet little eye? Candy, a good image. Let's go Jared Allen. Yeah. Phone down, shefty, he work. Remember, he had the block it gets LeBron. Now, he's throwing it down against. And that's actually a set play. You throw it in Rhonda, Hollis Jefferson. You get the screen on the weak side award. The big fella who got a big block on the run the night before shift you'd think that was a big block. Right now. It's right here for that phone down. Okay. So what basically like watch Margaret Rosa with the move. Woo behind the back between the legs bad. I just wanted to give profit the Marta roles as well. As Rudy gay in the markets. Auguries they've been doing work recently for the Spurs. And is you put the young fell on skill munition? Former Spurrier for no skates. Paralyzed them. Lexus dot working. I don't know. Okay. Guys. Stick around on get up because coming up in our second hour, Charles Barkley joins us that they think the keying in the brow will wind up together. His opinion. Tonight..

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"arles" Discussed on The MFCEO Project

The MFCEO Project

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"arles" Discussed on The MFCEO Project

"With yourself. Goodness, you wanna be a good person. You wanna be doing good in the world doing the right thing and beauty, you wanna be considered an attractive person and that's not necessarily like physically attractive. It just means somebody that people like that Meyer. I think those are alternately the things that we should be. We should be seeking for use us as you said as much as you like the the Lamborghinis and the nice stuff. What Ed said is true, like there's nothing that is as cool as you thought it was going to be? It's right, so so focusing on those core fundamental things that every human being struggles to to to hunger for truth, goodness, and be it beauty being your authentic self being a good person and and really seeking to be somebody who's who's truly admirable for the right reasons. I think that should be our Arles Mogollon life. And if you do that, if you do on by the way, that's I love that. If you do that, what you're saying, you're gonna feel you're, you're not going to confuse. Frustration with other areas of your life as I'm not fulfilling my purpose. Right. You see what I'm saying? Most people this. I don't know what my purpose is. The reason they don't know what their purposes is because a the, he'd haven't developed any real skills yet be they're doing something that doesn't involve. They're real skills their gifts, okay, or see their living an immoral life. That's not aligned with their moral code and they're mistaking it as being unfulfilled from the other areas of their life. Okay. So if you wanna have, do you wanna feel like you have purpose, you've got a do something that you're good at, be do something that you believe in and see live in alignment with your own personal moral code..

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"arles" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"arles" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"We just got those are week ago. So it's really, you know, it's really not all put together. Those guys have been pretty good since I've gotten. I'm not worried about them. I'm worried about everyone around them. No, but I'm saying, I'm saying, yes, they've been good, but I like I just like to see you gotta remember the OPR a OPR in Arles w what. All all what's w analytic stuff that they always throw it out. Oh, when they're when they're on the RPO hitting three, twenty nine RPO's run pass option. The whatever. They just they just start throwing. Because I know. Over might be a baseball man. I don't know, but George is sitting in your seat over there. All he does a sit there and talked well when the. War, the war when the dodgers are on the war, he remember the SP or speak. This might be a fun game. Try to decipher what these things are just briefly, I know if they are. Yeah, are like I don't care. Can they play play joke? This is what I'm talking about, though. I, I'm going more toward you. I know what these things are, but I, the, I test matters to me. Yes, the I test matters and the dodgers right now don't pass it. They might get in the playoffs. They might be able to do some damn. But right now, when you watch them the I test when you watch them pitch, when you watch Clinton Kershaw, go out there who still good, but he's not Clayton Kershaw. The eye test isn't what it was a year ago where they were just mowing through guys. Well, he's not. He's he is. I mean, he's not hurt, but he certainly lost a little off the fastball more than a little. I mean, he was nine, his tops. We We use. use. He used to sit ninety five ninety six. Ninety one. Ninety six and he's down to ninety three right news ninety ninety one. And that's a huge difference as low in the average fastball world right now pitching more stats right war.

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Federal agents interrupt CBS interview with ICE whistleblower

Buck Sexton

03:59 min | 2 years ago

Federal agents interrupt CBS interview with ICE whistleblower

"The only state where families can reject brain death on religious grounds it began in two thousand thirteen at ucsf benny off children's hospital oakland when the then thirteen year old girl went into cardiac arrest after complications from a complex nose and throat surgery to hospital tests showed that she was brain dead doctors planned to take her off a ventilator but her family refused to believe she was dead and took the hospital to court winning a ruling that allowed them to remove the girl from the oakland facility oakland mayor libby shafie so paul that federal agents are investigating the former bay area spokesman for ice to see whether he leaked information to her about a sweep of undocumented immigrants last winter kcbs political reported sovereign says the agents came pounding on the spokesman's door as he was explaining to cbs news why he quit it is first tv interview since he quit as the face of ice in the bay area james schwab explained that attorney general jeff sessions and president trump were lying and wanted him to lie about how many immigrants escaped a government dragnet after oakland mayor libby schaaf warned publicly that the raids were coming i could not fathom staying at an organization that was okay with lying to the american public i hate that schwab says only a few at most got away an ice actually captured sixteen percent more people than it's best case scenario but in the middle of the interview the very persistent homeland security agents pounding on the door major said that they wanted to talk to me about the leak the leak about the raid a leak schwab insists he had nothing to do with three months later are we doing this this is intimidation and this is why people won't come out and speak against the government may mayor shaft tells kcbs it's offensive that the feds would try to intimidate and vilify an honest public officials to me that was the sound of tyranny knocking on his door shaft knows the president wants her prosecuted for obstructing justice and assumes at some point the agents will come question her to has come pounding on my door yet doug sovereign kcbs spreading propaganda on college campuses has become a popular tactic for white supremacist groups in recent years kcbs reporter kerry who dissect tells us about a new report released today by the anti defamation league the report finds california is one of the most frequently targeted states by white supremacist groups on college campuses we've seen firing take place at uc berkeley at stanford at san francisco state at san jose state among other campuses in the region antidefamation league regional director seth brisk says that's because the state has more members from some of the most active groups in the country he says they feel encouraged by how president trump has spoken about their behavior following the charlottesville virginia rally when public figures are reluctant to criticize those groups and do not lay the name correctly and squarely on the shoulders of those who are propagating extremist beliefs and extremist ideology that's certainly emboldens them and gives them a sense that they can go and do more in the past academic year there were nearly three hundred incidents where groups used flyers banners and posters to spread their messages on campuses nationwide targeting nonwhite immigrants and lgbt people that's a seventy seven percent increase from last year carrie hodousek kcbs the primary suspect in the killing of arles perry in the stanford memorial church in nineteen seventy four killed himself this morning detectives went to serve search warrant at a san jose apartment the man identified by an apartment manager is stephen crawford was being investigated in the cold case crawford was the campus security guard who discovered perry's body in the church and was cleared by investigators at the time santa clara county sheriff's officials say that smith says i should say that officials there say that a retesting of dna evidence provided a more definitive link between crawford and perry's killing perry was a nineteen year old newlywed who was found dead inside the chapel on october twelfth nineteen seventy four if you hours after an argument with her husband we are helping you get around on a thursday mike tracy is hearing your local honda dealers traffic center you have.

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"arles" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast

Lights, Camera, Podcast

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"arles" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast

"A ruling are getting a dead move your no true you are fathers i think you have the final say here it's got bruce willis so i think it's leads in the dad movie category by that virtue loan i think it's a great movie about a debt i don't know if it's a dead movie though the sting got that on here couple times stings stings a big dead movies same cool hand luke yes yep yep three amigos in here terminator two i i'll do to to his well taken not a dad movie no way taken i'm not qualifying dad it's about a father is yeah great movie about a dead not a dead movie although my dad does fucking love it this would be a question that we could maybe answer on the next pot this this is your job listeners tweet us the most recently released movie that also qualifies as a dad movie like how far back could you go to qualified as a dad booby like it has to be a decade like nothing to recently i think would fall in that line i just don't think there's there's no nostalgia built in there and i don't think that would work i think there's no good way to define what a dad movie is i think it comes down to what your dad likes her what your your father figure likes or grandad likes i mean it can be a wide variety but i also will say like we we mentioned a lot of dad movies with terminator in arles schwarzenegger and stuff like that are there any movies that you know maybe a little softer that your dad might like like 'cause i know i know some folks dad's love father of the bride and and scott steve martin st martins dad movie guy and so little bit of a more heart warming comedy type of movie that's actually that's the top replying or tweets from our fellow borstal coworker casey smith said father of the bride and that.

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"arles" Discussed on Turned Up

Turned Up

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"arles" Discussed on Turned Up

"Bible and in arles sudden putting out publications saying this have a really you don't wanna be pretending to be a yeah scholar and some you know nothing about but then of course you've got a ban like papa roach who their singer and i possibly guitarist i can only say i know for sure their singer loves god very much jacoby shaddix and you know but papa roach not a christian band sure you're not gonna hear their music on any christian radio stations so not their music has a lot of a lot of like bad language i suppose so maybe it's the lyrics that make your christian music well again going back to the same example about the the blatantly selfproclaimed agnostic atheists whatever very not christian centered band putting out christian music and christian lyrics will and we do know that actually that happens they sneak it in and we were just talking about you know people using the mission market to to get a leg up pretty hard pressed these days to try to use the christian market to make change i mean brother real computer i just got my statement and sixteen dollars this time that's cool wow that's triple last time which is not why we do it we do it because we love the art you know this is true so we love god so we make music so it's not lear but but i will say to that point you know as we ascend we are on the christian rock billboard chart have been for over a year now we're sold in christian stores we are not on on the mainstream top forty chart anything like that but most of our songs don't talk about god or address god directly at all.

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"arles" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"arles" Discussed on KGO 810

"Mind you in wash the uh nachman the real place no boy now we don't do like world war two reinactments in the middle kansas do we thought it was by the way i forgot on our holiday day two days ago it was the anniversary of executive order ninety oh six when we decided to round up the japanese and put him in an internment camps as nicely mido why forgot i actually wanted to talk about it but um the by the way that still good law you do know that really this yip i have studied it it is still technically good law still on the books sphere go on the books national security scary as all get arles get our criminal headline of the day pounding oh with a toilet once move criminal here gotta love it when they're not lex luthor is let me just say it that way that is out of the good way to phrase it mice that it's director insulting the criminal lex luthor was very it was really smart mastermind right they'll no no i think that like luther you say a weird before lethal order looser lex luther fine caroline i can see however i want but if you want luther i'll do that i love superman that's why i love superman okay here's the headline from wtk r dot com.

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"arles" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

The Right Time with Bomani Jones

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"arles" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

"I am unsure what i've because basketball player so i just i volunteer to guard jason kidd as we were ball and and uh you know things like anything in game starts going and things get a little bit he did and you know we started playing a little bit more and he he certainly schooled me a little bit so i started playing a little harder defense and started mug and i'm a little bit and handchecking home in arles all over i'm hacking i mean everything he comes down a lot on a fast break one time and i thought i'm gonna standing here and i'm gonna take a charge and and he skied up and dunked on many and like wrote me like a saddle round and then standoff over top of me did that whole thing weird thing and just was a hit don't do that again and ran down the court laying out on the ground thinking yeah i'm not going to be playing best way more i i just wanna to know who you those guys aren't as one of all initial large i mean nobody was able to cold it but it was kind of one of those like i i can i can take this for him and it was uh let's just say there was lots of owns an no walking with my tail between my legs after that one and and that's what my my future playing division one college basketball or any kind of college basketball is like no that's not going to happen when i do when i give you credit for uh met and i appreciate the call as you get plenty gang because oughta go home and i gotta be like oh well much buying after that believe me i'm like oh my knee mighty ba i appreciate vogel uh eight eight eight seventy two died three subjects that he is our telephone double we gotta quitting football store to start the mic in philly mike discount rates at.

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"arles" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"arles" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"Well here's somebody from las vegas mike listening to kicks in you suggest that we throw a cat down the whole listen to the cat scream as it goes down it's a horrible idea about people who do that threw down a cat the man and you view the echo sort of going down i'm not for that at all our eight mowlem here comes more people first time caller line you're on the air with mill with a whole art why don't you have for somebody i know you're connected with a minute's cut rate are available radar of the way to go find out the debt well would radar go down a whole um and peru without hitting the side need a pair radar to do it you mean like what are what about sonar i get alakhdar you couldn't use because you don't have anything for medium to go through like underwater for sonar ill but radar would definitely work another it carries the recall a government agency to come out but wouldn't radar return a hit from the sides of the whole in arles around our own no nearly directional radar what at way nor whether the one of your driving down a highway well you use radar but that actually that's out in the open that's not in in all i don't know enough about radar to know of that would work but it's good idea and i've used for year but all right way to try it all right that said that as i want a habit a cops radar i'm not sure if they'll return echo off by that optimal all right all right motel yelp asked the whole was going wouldn't it a a tell.

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"arles" Discussed on KELO

KELO

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"arles" Discussed on KELO

"Well here's somebody from las vegas mike listening to kicks in to you suggest that we throw a cat down the whole listen to the cat scream as it goes down it's a horrible idea about people do that threw down a cat the man in view the echo sort of going down on the for that at all all right mel lum here comes more people first time caller line you're on the air with mill with a whole art why don't care for somebody i know you're connector summit cut rate are available radar of be the way to go find out the debt well would radar go down a hole and peru without hitting the side need apparently radar to do it you mean like a what it what about sonar noise all are you couldn't use because you don't have anything further medium to golkar like underwater persona are ill but radar would definitely work another organised carry the recall a government agency to come out but wouldn't radar return a hit from the sides of the whole in arles around our own now no nearly directorate are what at way you want what are you use one here driving down a highway well you use radar but that actly you that's out in the open that's not in in i don't know enough about radar to know if that would work but it's a good idea in my view to per year but all right way to try it all right that said that that's the reason i want a cops radar i'm not sure if they'll return echo off of that optimal all right all right motel yelp alcohol was going wouldn't it a.

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"arles" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"arles" Discussed on KTRH

"Well here's somebody from las vegas mike listening to kicks in to use suggest that we throw a cat down the whole listen to the cat scream as it goes down it's a horrible idea about people who do that threw down a cap oh man then you view the echo sort of going down on not for that at all all right mowlem here comes more people first time caller line you're on the air with mill with the whole art why don't care for somebody i know you're connected with somebody that cut rate are available radar of be the way to go to find out the debt well what radar go down a whole um and peru without hitting the side need apparently radar to do it you mean like a what a what about sonar noise alakhdar you couldn't use because you don't have anything for the medium to go through like underwater persona are ill but radar would definitely work another is carries the recall a government agency to come out but wouldn't radar return a hit from the sides of the whole in arles around our own no no narrowly director radar what were you aware of the eu's one of your driving down a highway well you use radar but that actly you that's out in the open that's not in in oh i don't know enough about radar to know if that would work but it's a good idea in my view to per year but all right way to try it all right that said that that's the reason i want a habit of cops radar i'm not sure if they'll return echo off of that optimal all right all right motel yelp alcohol was going wouldn't it a tell you how fast the cute though um wildcard lined you're on the air.

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"arles" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"arles" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"Well here's somebody from las vegas mike listening to kicks in to use suggests that we throw a cat down the whole listen to the cat scream as it goes down it's a horrible idea about people do that threw down a cap oh man in new view the echo sort of going down i'm not for that at all all right mowlem here comes more people first time caller line you're on the air with mill with the whole art why don't you have somebody i know you're connected with them it cut rate are available radar via the way to go to find out the debt well what radar go down a whole um absolutely not hitting the side need a pair free radar to do it you mean like of what it what about sonar i get all crowd are you couldn't use because you don't have anything the medium to go through like underwater persona are ill but radar would definitely work another is carry the recall a government agency to come out but wouldn't radar return a hit from the sides of the whole in arles around our own now no narrowly directional radar what were you aware of eased one of your driving down a highway well you use radar but that actly you that's out in the open that's not in in uh i don't know enough about radar to know if that would work but it's a good idea in my view the for year but all right way to try it all right that's a as as the reason i want a habit of cops radar i'm not sure if they'll return echo off of that optimal all right all right motel yelp alcohol was going wouldn't it a tell you how fast the cute bell um wild guideline you're on the air with.

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"arles" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"arles" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Of a confession unless it's recorded in some form of fashion emsar and uh so that's changed others laws to protect you in arles much worse stringent into what they have before fortunately the problems that were systemic problems in the system still exist in that are district attorneys are still elected uh elected cruiser susan pressure is put on them to to take their careers cases to their ultimate of the death penalty because people in texas or so bloodthirsty they liked that law and also the handpicked pathologist system still exist us every every this your turn it gets to handpicked kirk with our just today the so form of courtappointed welfare for doctors who happened to not have a very practices pathologist themselves so naturally gonna say whatever the hell the da warm stem decide you know in order for the da to give it conviction numeric saquib the objective professional as you would expect them to be so and also you have a system where judges or work there too and the judges uh you know have to worry about being reelected so they have a paycheck to support their families so they're not gonna do anything to uh too much in favour over a hundred queues person or in scituate russian of notoriety because it could reflect on their ability to get reelected and then of course you got to juror system were you the most sensors you would think the system in the world i i agree with you perhaps we should have a system where they can ask questions do their own investigation.

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"arles" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"arles" Discussed on KTRH

"They because it's a fact of truth shouldn't they be brought up automatically as an oil you think so and a perfect world but still things are completely dependent on the trial lawyer in the trial lawyers here aggressive knows now they have improve the system at least in texas and i think they wide in those states to still have the death penalty where her lawyers have to be deathpenalty qualified another other words they have to sit through certain amount of a death penalty cases in a secondtier position and before they i hear or become in control of the actual litigation um there are two we are to portions of the trial there's no kilter the simpson punishment nothing's changed their there his absolutely new law in effect in texas which prohibits immensity of any type of a confession unless it's recorded in some form of fashion m signed oh so that's changed to others laws to protect you in arles much worse stringent into what they had before torched waved of problems that were system eric problems in the system still nerves orders attorneys are still elected uh electric cruisers susan pressures put on them to to take the tories cases to the ultimate of the death penalty because coupon texas or so bloodthirsty they liked that law it also the handpicked pathologist systems goal auxerre server you every there's your turn it gives to hamkar pathologist today the use of form of courtappointed welfare for doctors who happen to not have a great practices pathologist themselves so naturally bigger say whatever the hell the.

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