3 Burst results for "Benet Ramsey John"
"benet ramsey john" Discussed on H-Hour: A Sniper's Podcast
"Before long likes knock knock out very easily short too long. I should be i i. I've never changed my know if i module wish i could change. I'd still fight way of fight. I love it i wore. I think fights might be you may be trying to killjoys is always meant to be between fuck me. I want to really look and you want to do it. And then 'cause i've been. I've lost some laid on top. Give me a coach for free to fuck you. You wanna fight they like. We've just started fucking about sculpture. Mrs dury fucking but each today where they do like this now for me i i. I like the way i find even leave a win by lose by bringing fucking you'll be good to watch. I know. I know you mean you're asking questions there. So what you lot last october. Isn't it yeah no vegas i. I've got a fight. I one i haven't done. But it was like i do fight on at once an saintly life. You know we're cove everything's so also talking about punch drunk you customs a few significant podcast regarding. Ti's but more on the subject not more relative to exponentially people So the topic. I quite understand that it on. Its is definitely high on the agenda of importance. Usa i think always getting inch around spoils people and ex military in terms of impacts of from mild to severe calls the things like dementia risk symptoms. What was the any concern like feed in from j. c. at mma in general about concern around it and what measures people taken to try and mitigate the risk of long term negative impacts of fucking head trauma not so much value and impact. But like just just the way. We train a nice complete. We've like fight. As and coaches of cropped on the way we used to train movies fine just batter each other every single day and fucking sparring session in the gym. Used to be like a fight. It was the same as a fight. No different you was fucking to each other like you. Don does not when so much more people switched on a nice like you. You don't need you don't need to do that again. Any battered swap. But as we used to do it as we was taught how to do it. And i said we done it. But everyone's getting smarter and switch shown. Oh training you like like robbie. Lawler is one of my favorite fighters and you know he. He fights being lately just as it out but he says he doesn't anymore he doesn't literally as inspired for. You is the only time he's actually get it in the face in a fight which fucking off massively reduces the amount of time to. He doesn't he doesn't do it anticipate. I'm sure there's a lot of that don't do anymore but he doesn't do it. Cowboy doesn't do it cowboy. Doesn't spa full stop. Apparently and i like. I don't know about now but i spotted cowboy of good few times. I give up you spa rico times. Yeah yeah the trucks truck swing through. Come i see message. common said. you're not another free power lodwick fucking meant. He's out in trade. And i set up but i'd love to come out and train and like i remember call was fighting but i wasn't like one of his means partners but as soon as they watched me spa because it's like two cages and a big matia and all that money and go john jones in one cage forgetting cowboy never cage like they watched me sparring mats and he was these right jon benet ramsey john jones like output..
"benet ramsey john" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins
"Taking far far too soon Jon benet Ramsey in the story begins a day after Christmas nineteen ninety-six almost twenty three years ago the Ramsey family only had just hosted a lavish successful Christmas party on Christmas Day. The ramseys were John and Patricia Ramsey knows patsy nine year old son Burke Ramsey and their six year old daughter Jon on Benet Ramsey John also had two living children from his first marriage twenty year old John Andrew and twenty-four-year-old Melinda Spending Christmas in one thousand nine hundred sixty with their mother Cindy John's First Wife in Marietta Georgia Giorgi Georgia Giorgi Down in Georgia. Oh Georgia land getting my ticket to Georgie the Ramsey ABC family lives in an affluent area of boulder and huge seven thousand two hundred Forty Square Foot Tudor style dream home at seven four nine Fifteenth Street and the exclusive Swank Lancaster neighborhood of Chappaqua good name good name for an expensive neighbor. It might be Chappaqua Shaniqua. I think yeah I said that's the way better named for a nice neighborhood like toilet nuggets or missing fingernails. That's rough one shirking swing by where you live again missing fingernails he you know what I can't swing doing by. I thought I thought you bought a place in Chappaqua. People named Flint and Chad live in a place called Chappaqua people name shredder and Gumbo Live and missing fingernails fingernails on the Ramsey home cost John five hundred thousand dollars which home wise is like a million or two today maybe more than two million over the next two years patchy remodeled decorated to the tune of an additional seven hundred thousand dollars. They're doing all right in the money department the average price of a home in this neighborhood today according to real estate apps like Trulia and realtor dot com is somewhere between two and three million million the former seven bedroom eight bath Ramsey home is valued just over three million dollars right now built in nineteen twenties exquisitely landscaped large private backyard card has three fireplaces a match takes up the entire top floor of a two story home that also features a large basement level thousand was so nice the Ramsey family had it listed on the Boulder Christmas tour as well as on a regular home tour in boulder when people visited and between fifteen hundred to two thousand guests would visit each year Passi would would take them a would meet him but the door was Jon Benet burke her side each of them wearing perfect little matching sweaters you know that they had to wear to make mama happy and nineteen ninety-six..
"benet ramsey john" Discussed on KFC Radio
"And she was messing around with this, dude. I thought weren't they weren't they divorced or separated. They were separate may ever actually got. They were they were nine he used to abuse, her for years on end Ron Goldman. I think just unfortunately it was like happened to be wrong place. Wrong time. Right. Was it was he like going for? I don't he was aiming for Ron Goldman. I think it was just like he he was involved with her. And then it was like happened to be. There was they said that he was bringing her glasses back right after glasses at a restaurant. So he was like kill you too. So I think he was maybe, maybe there was something between them maybe just friends, but I think it was more just like you happen to be there that night. Yeah, I don't I and they're just letting everybody assumes that they were parents are just like this, like, it's not it's not just a gossip story. It's not just you know, it's not a TV show. It's not a movie you're watching like thrillers. It was all real. But I get that. I also you know, you can't like you can't blame the world for being. Morbidly curious about this kinda shit. I mean it's it everyone loves the true crime. And this is the this was the biggest one ever. And the fact that the guy I mean, it was a athlete entertainer, racially charged time in the world, high profile case when TV and media was evolving, so that everyone could watch it ends up getting off scot-free. Like I mean just like the amount of things that unfold are so dramatic what are the that? Of course, it's going to become more of a story than it is a I think about the crime. You're thinking about the story of it all, and you bring up the TV thing to cause thing about if it happened. Now the live Twitter reaction to it where it's you could be anywhere reacting then you had to be in front of a TV. You had to like live it out that way. It's like a lot of the true crime stuff. Now, if that was in that time I would have been economists you're wanting thing would be the same thing. Most of the true crime stuff people watching is like it's a documentary made after the fact. Unfold that was true reality. I mean, do you think the second biggest one OJ was Casey? Anthony like ever. Yeah. I mean probably like in our in our people. Get off fucking Jon Benet Ramsey. John Marion social media, you almost need some sort of mystery or something like if someone just if it's just like this person died in this person did it and they catch them. I mean there's a bunch that are at the jinx was huge making a murderer was huge. That's what I'm saying. So like they are not coming back coming onto Twitter. Like the whole making a murderer thing was named Steve Avery that reopened the case like that was like a cold case. And then like everyone gets like up in arms about it. But then, but. Oh, jamie. It's like you couldn't use reopen the reinvest. I think it's double jeopardy because I think there's new evidence. Yeah. It was opened up a case now but I from what I understand what double jeopardy is if you've been found guilty or not guilty. You cannot be tried for the same crime, and I'm and I'm saying this like obviously just completely is like a civilian. I obviously. Did not go to law school. But from what I understand, is like he was already proven not guilty for those two murders and that they like if there was just sit down. They can do similar. Irrefutable DNA evidence. Now, somehow some fucking video comes out if he confesses after the fact, like I wanna lawyer to call him about double jeopardy, 'cause I know they made that movie that was Ashley Judd, and it was like Jones. Yeah, it's like his she didn't kill her husband, but they said she did. And then she could actually kill him in the end..