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Weekend Mass Shootings Dominate News Coverage
"Killer in laguna Woods, you may not know about. Yesterday afternoon, a 60 year old Asian man, that's the only description I have from the Los Angeles Times, stood up in a luncheon honoring a former pastor at a Taiwanese Christian church in laguna Woods, which is not far from my old home in Orange County. They were welcoming back for a luncheon, Jerry Chen, excuse me, I want to get that Jerry Chandler's the fellow gave the quote the former pastor's name is here somewhere I can't find it, but Tom Kramer, who is the head of the presbytery of Los ranchos. Again, I used to be a member of this Presbyterian. Kramer did not know if the pastor was harmed in the shooting, a pastor clobbered the gunman as he tried to reload with a chair and a bunch of the so called older victims. They were all in their 60s. Those not shot tackle them in hog tied in, but it's a 60 year old Asian man is the killer there. In Harris county, Texas, the more traditional weekend shooting, two young men shooting at each other, wounding three and killing two at a Harris county flea market. At 1 p.m. on Sunday afternoon. So guns are everywhere, The Wall Street Journal, however, wrote about the particular evil of the buffalo shooting. There is a culture of white supremacy in the United States and people need to understand not large, but it definitely evil and it's dangerous because it attracts the unbalance like this 18 year old this was pure evil said Erie county sheriff Garcia in an app summary of the mass murder at a cyber market in Buffalo writes The Wall Street Journal. That appears to be racially motivated. The alleged shooter 18 year old Peyton gendron, the last time you'll hear his name on my show, is another young man possessed by inexplicable hatred.
"chandler" Discussed on Revision Path
"Nothing fancy, nothing great, but you know, it's a paycheck. That kind of thing. And I think the design community in Atlanta and I'm, you know, firing shots here. It's just not that I think for a designer just starting out if they really want to sort of make an impact. It's really hard to find a company here where you can do exciting work. If you have the better a good studio or something, maybe? Yeah. But it's tough. And so I know that a lot of graduates end up leaving, you know, you left, but like a lot of graduates end up leaving to go somewhere to a more exciting locale with better prospects. Better career prospects in general, not just entry level stuff. Yeah, most of my class left, I would say. I would say when they maybe two or three folks they don't Atlanta and they got through it like Coca-Cola. For the most part, people, I think, New York and Ali was with folks ended up. That's a huge relation to Scott and just kind of the work that they do and making sure that you get an opportunity somewhere. Right. Once you've graduated. Because the school itself is I mean, it looks great on the resume anywhere you go. They say, oh, you went to Savannah college of art design. That's going to at least get you an interview. So that's great. But here in the city, it's tough. And I mean, I've heard this from art students that went to art schools. I've heard this particularly from HBCU students. I've even heard this from people that have went to Georgia Tech or Emory or Georgia state. Atlanta is a tough design city in that aspect. I will argue it until the cows come home. It's just tough. I mean, I had to start my own business to really further my career in design. I graduated in O three with a math degree, and of course I didn't want to go into teaching, so I did like customer service jobs. I like sold tickets at the symphony. I was a telemarketer for Atlanta opera. I did boring stuff. And then I got my first design gig, believe it or not, from answering a classified ad in the back of creative loafing. I like answered it on a whim, that was my first design gig for the it was for the state of Georgia. I did that for about a year and a half, and then from there, went to AT&T, quit AT&T and then started my own studio. And the reason I quit AT&T is because I could see my career hitting a glass ceiling already, and I had only been a working designer for roughly about three or four years. I'm like, I'm not going to get any further here. I was registered at and I was like, put my resume out there and no one wanted to even interview me, and I'm just like, I was going to move. I was trying very hard in the last like 2008 or so I was trying very hard to move to New York. I had friends that were up there that were like, well, we know what broker we can connect you with because I'm like, I'm not going to further my design career. Staying in this city. Right. And it didn't change until I broke out and started my own thing, which is very similar to what you did. You left, you started your own studio. Yeah. So how does one with a math degree than to design work me through this?.
Fliers, subway riders shed masks: 'Feel free to burn them'
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"chandler" Discussed on Veteran on the Move
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"chandler" Discussed on Veteran on the Move
"On credit worthiness, so your rate may differ, refinance loan must be at least $5000 to be over for the $200. Terms and conditions apply. All right, back talking with 7 time bestselling author and CEO of self publishing school Chandler bolt. So chair, let's get down to brass tacks. How do you get the book published? Yeah, so I look at this. So the end to end process is I try to break this down into milestones. So there's 8 milestones to go from blank page to published. And then I'll zoom in specifically on the writing a little bit because I think that's where a lot of people get stuck. So you can kind of see here, so we've got, we've got mind map, outline, rough draft, self editing, editing, cover, design, formatting, and then launch. Right? And so the first four encapsulate what I call the more writing method. So more is an acronym that stands for mind map outline rough draft editing. All right, and the biggest kind of roadblock that I see for people when they're trying to get started is first off, how do I get my first thousand words to the page, but then bigger than that is how do I get my rough draft done? And so what I would encourage everyone listening or watching is today is to take 15 minutes as soon as this podcast interviews over. Grab a blank sheet of paper, write your book topic in the middle of the page set a timer for 15 minutes and write out everything that you can think of on that topic. So basically start creating your mind map. And I think what you'll find and what a lot of people find is that there's a whole lot more that you can talk about and write about than you think. And so think about the ideas, the broken record conversations, the stories.
"chandler" Discussed on Veteran on the Move
"Bestselling author and CEO of self publishing school Chandler bolt. Welcome to the show. Chandler, you're not a military guy, which is great because I've got a lot of veterans that come on the show that have written books. Every veteran's got a book inside of him that's just dying to get out. So this is very applicable to the veteran community, the military spouse, community, our audience. But before we get started, I'd like for you to go back and tell us about your journey to entrepreneurship and ultimately how you ended up starting self publishing school. Yeah, so I grew up in South Carolina and I'm a college dropout and a sea level English student with ADHD. So kind of the last person you'd ever think to write a book, but probably very similar to a lot of people listening here is, you know, just grew up and got to a point where I went to college and realized that I'm learning how to run a business from professors who have never in businesses. And that didn't make too much sense. I decided to drop out, but right about the time that I did, I wrote and published my first book. And that's where I think probably similar to people watching or listening. I felt like I've got these things that I've learned that I want to share with other people. And the book is one of the best mechanisms to do that. Now I'm intimidated by writing a book, but I truly feel that this will kind of memorialize a lot of the things that I wanted to teach and that I wanted to share. And so that's what ultimately doing that and writing a couple of books. Those did well, that sparked self publishing school, and then fast forward to today. And, you know, we're one of the fastest growing companies in the U.S. that helped me land on the Forbes 30 under 30 list..
No. 9 Tennessee tops Texas A&M 65-50 for SEC tourney title
"Number nine Tennessee got off to a fast fourteen nothing lead and never really looked back against eight seed Texas and now the Aggies pulled within five once with seventeen ten left in the game but from there on the balls around the rest of the way home to pick up their first SEC tournament title since nineteen seventy nine winning sixty five to fifty the Bighorns were led by Josiah Jordan James a sixteen points this is the crocuses group of the closest thing that we've had since I've been here and that's no knock on any other team on but it's just a praise to this team about how much we care about each other each candidate Chandler had fourteen and was paced by to reach Radford's thirteen Eric what L. Tampa
No. 9 Tennessee tops No. 5 Kentucky, reaches SEC final again
"The SEC men's final is set includes one top ten team and another who probably needed a bit weak to make the NC double a tournament and it appears they've got it that team is Texas a and M. the Aggies moved to twenty three eleven on the season knocking off number fifteen Arkansas led by Clinton Jackson's twenty points is a testament everything we've been too early in the season losing a straight to teach you some so when when things not going our way we know to stay calm we noticed a collective you know to stay together they will face number nine Tennessee at one PM eastern on Sunday volunteers hold off number five Kentucky sixty nine sixty two Kennedy Chandler led the way for the big orange with nineteen points Eric what L. Tampa
Zeigler, No. 13 Tennessee hold off No. 14 Arkansas,
"Number thirteen Tennessee is wrapped up the second seed in the SEC tournament by eking out a seventy eight seventy four win over fourteenth ranked Arkansas the guys eager hit a pair of free throws over the final fourteen seconds Ziegler had thirteen points just days after his family was left homeless by a fire in New York City Kennedy Chandler in Santiago this Kobe each scored fifteen for Tennessee which led by twenty four in the first half and had fifty points by intermission DJ notate scored fifteen of his twenty points in the second half to lead the Razorbacks come back on the ferry
"chandler" Discussed on How I Built This
"If that hadn't happened, you know, my old CA would have been right. It would have been a small site. I wouldn't have grown like it did. That's Otis and Elizabeth Chandler. Cofounders of goodreads. And by the way, even though they both obviously love books, they often disagree about what a good read actually is. And they realize that early in their relationship when one day they were browsing the books at Barnes and noble. I saw doing it and I was like, oh, there's my favorite book. And I said, I've never heard of this book. What is this book? And he got very agitated and said, what do you mean you've never read dune, and I said, okay, how about this? I'll read that if you read Pride and Prejudice. Fair enough. So we bought the books. He read Pride and Prejudice in one.
"chandler" Discussed on How I Built This
"I'm guy raz and on today's show, how Otis and Elizabeth Chandler launched a social network out of their LA apartment, turned it into the hugely popular book review website goodreads and how they sold it to the biggest bookseller in the world. As I've said many times on this show before, some of the best business ideas aren't necessarily about inventing something new, but rather improving or sharpening an existing concept. Tim Leatherman didn't invent the pocket knife or pliers, he simply combined them into a single tool and called it the Leatherman multi tool. Before Missy park launched her apparel brand title 9, women's athletic clothing was out there, but no one was focused solely on that type of apparel. And Don cats didn't invent books on tape. He just made it a much easier and more user friendly experience by coming up with audible. It's the same principle for today's episode. Good reads. The idea Otis and Elizabeth Chandler came up with was inspired by the growth of social media networks back in the early 2000s. The success of friendster and MySpace and eventually Facebook led to hundreds of other social media startups, especially niche oriented sites, many of which we've forgotten by now. Now it works like eons, which was specifically for baby boomers, or Kappa zu for sharing music and photos or delicious, where people shared website bookmarks. Otis and Elizabeth Chandler were and still are big readers. And they're big idea was to build a social network for other book lovers. Initially, in 2006, Otis started the site on his own, with no strategy, no business plan no office and no employees. Elizabeth helped out in her spare time, and they managed to attract a few hundred users basically by reaching out to everyone they knew. But eventually they reached over a 100,000 users without hiring a single employee. Today, goodreads is part of Amazon and now has more than a 125 million users. Otis and Elizabeth sold it in 2013, but they stayed on running it until 2019, and as a review site alone, it has the same name recognition as Yelp or TripAdvisor. But goodreads isn't just about reviews. It's also a place where books are celebrated. It's the world's biggest site dedicated to one of the world's oldest hobbies. Both Otis and Elizabeth grew up in California. Otis in LA where he was a descendant of the renowned Chandler family. And Elizabeth in Palo Alto, where her dad taught electrical engineering at Stanford. And when she was growing up, she wanted to be a ballet dancer. I got into it when I was about 12. I did gymnastics before that, which I was really, really terrible at. I think I broke several bones and my mom finally said you've got to stop this. And so I decided to try ballet and immediately it was just a really good fit, and I felt pretty deep into it pretty quickly. There's a lot of mythology around what that means. There have been films, obviously, and that could mean an intense just punishing kind of life. Did that in any way reflect what your experience was like? Not at all. I think it was a great passion. It was a great way to express myself. I learned a ton about discipline, mastery, resilience. I mean, when you're learning to dance, you have to learn to fall down, you can't learn how to do a pirouette without falling. Yeah. And for me, it was a fabulous experience that I think taught me a lot. So were you so committed to it that you thought that that's what you would end up doing as an adult? Yeah, I didn't want to go to college. I just wanted to be a ballet dancer. But I was a really good student and a test taker and I always did all my work. And I got into Stanford and my parents were very insistent that I needed to go to college. So my plan was to go for a year and then drop out. So I did my freshman year at Stanford, and then I went to the Boston ballet school. I was dancing in the highest level in the school. Wow. And the plan was to audition for companies. And I injured my hip socket really badly. It was so bad I couldn't cross my legs for like a year and it made me hate dance being in that much pain, so I went back to college and decided that I probably should stop. Wow. All right, so you go on to college and I think you're an English major, is that right? Well, after I injured myself, I decided I should become a doctor. And I actually was pre med and an English major. And I loved reading books and analyzing stories. I just loved it. I wanted to turn to you Otis for a minute because I want to ask you about your bringing in. I know you grew up in LA. I know this because I grew up in LA and you are part of a really well known, important LA family. You're family ran the Los Angeles Times. Your grandfather Otis Chandler was a publisher or the famous Dorothy Chandler pavilion named after your grandmother tummy about what was your childhood like. I would say I had a lovely, wonderful childhood, and I really had no idea that my family was well known in some circles. I knew my dad worked at the Los Angeles Times and would take me to work sometimes and I'd go run around the printing presses and try not to get in trouble. But you know later in life, I think I started to realize I had a famous name. I would go to the dentist and they would go, are you related to the U.S. Chandler? And I would be like, yes, yes, that's my grandfather. But when you were a kid you were not, you'd know conception of it. It was not part of your consciousness. I mean, abstractly, I kind of knew that he was a big important guy because he had, you know, he hobnobbed with presidents. You'd go to his house and he'd have a pictures of him with all the presidents and tell stories about hanging out with Lyndon B. Johnson, naked in the pool. I don't know why they did that, but they did. And he was like an earnest Hemingway type guy, you know? Like he was hunting. He drove exotic cars and had had a huge collection of them, were you close with him? I don't think anybody was terribly close with him. And my dad when I was growing up told me all the time, I'm not going to be like my dad, I'm going to be a good dad and be around for you. And big O, we call them big O, I was, I guess, that made me little. The family called him big O, he was a very competitive guy. One day when I was about 15, we were at a family gathering, and we were staying, I don't know. 20 miles from where a party was everyone was going to, and he said he was going to bike. And I said, oh, I'd like to bike too. And he said, well, why don't you bike with me? And I was on an old mountain bike and he was on top of the line fast road bike. And so we set off and I'm 15. You know, I have no phone. This is before phones and Google Maps. I didn't even have a map. I don't know where I am. And he's going pretty fast and I'm having trouble keeping up, and I'm like, well, surely he's not going to drop me. And he dropped me. And then I thought, well, surely he'll be up ahead waiting at some point. Nope. You just took off. Left me in the dust and left me to find my own way to this party, which like three hours later I finally did almost crying because I was like, I don't know where I am. And but that was pick O. If you got on the bike with him, it was a race. Wow, I could never imagine doing.
Los Angeles tries tiny homes to alleviate homelessness
"The the city city of of Los Los Angeles Angeles is is creating creating tiny tiny villages villages as as a a way way to to tackle tackle its its massive massive homelessness homelessness crisis crisis the the Chandler Chandler tiny tiny home home villages villages in in north north Hollywood Hollywood this this piece piece of of property property was was an an under under utilized utilized piece piece of of park park space space it it was was frequently frequently blighted blighted with with illegal illegal dumping dumping in in encampments encampments and and so so on on LA LA city city councilor councilor Paul Paul Krikorian Krikorian says says it's it's now now a a beautifully beautifully managed managed facility facility there there are are thirty thirty nine nine homes homes eighty eighty five five beds beds can can craft craft with with the the hope hope of of the the valley valley rescue rescue mission mission says says this this is is not not the the solution solution to to homelessness homelessness but but part part of of the the solution solution these these particular particular units units can can be be deployed deployed and and they they can can be be set set up up they they can can be be put put together together in in an an hour's hour's time time for for people people like like Stephen Stephen Smith Smith tiny tiny home home village village is is a a lifeline lifeline this this is is teaching teaching you you when when you you have have your your blood blood home home early early so so you're you're not not involved involved in in nothing nothing else else go go to to war war be be responsible responsible there there is is a a curfew curfew and and drugs drugs alcohol alcohol and and weapons weapons are are banned banned I'm I'm a a Donahue Donahue
"chandler" Discussed on Just Getting Started with Rich Eisen
"Joining us right now on the Mercedes Benz vans phone line is one of the best pass rushers in the game today. Justin Houston, his teammate JJ watt and this man are the only active members of the 100 career sack club in the National Football League, along with von Miller as well. Chandler Jones, how are you doing, Chandler? I'm doing very well. Thanks for having me. You got it. Thanks for coming on this program. What's the general sense around your team? Right now, going into this picture. Of course, we are on the snowball positive ballroom. We've got a couple wins, and we're just trying to carry this thing over to toward the end of the season, but the spirits are high. Everyone's just buying into the cultures are saying in our culture and we're doing good over here. Okay, what about you, Chandler and this defense and being as good as you have been, what do you attribute all of that? I think that just comes from experience play, honestly. Just years of years of seeing things seeing schemes seeing how teams want to attack this style defense and knowing what weaknesses often has. And that just comes from experience. So that is great for my success. What's the toughest offense you face this year then? So far. This year, I want to say the toughest offense was probably the green new packers. And the only reason why is because they did a good job of getting on the football..
Faulk, Blues jump on Golden Knights in 1st period, win 5-2
"The seamless please scored five unanswered goals after falling behind early to beat the Vegas golden knights five due to rain Riley Tyler Bozak Justin Faulk Brandon Saad nickel Michaelis scored to give St Louis its second win in its last six games fox goal the game winner was the one hundredth of his NHL career Chandler Stephenson Reilly Smith scored in the first seven minutes as Vegas lost for just the second time in its last seven contests St Louis sits one point behind central division leader Minnesota David Solomon St Louis
Chandler, Tar Heels rally past No. 10 Demon Deacons 58-55
"North Carolina rallied from eighteen down in the third quarter to stun C. F. P. number nine Wake Forest fifty eight fifty five tie Chandler ran for career highs of two hundred thirteen yards and four touchdowns including a fifty yard scoring run with one twelve left Sam Howell threw for two hundred sixteen yards and a touchdown while running for one hundred four yards and two more scores for the five and four tar heels Sam Hartman threw for three hundred ninety eight yards and five touchdowns while running for seventy eight yards and two more scores for the demon deacons who dropped eight one I'm Dave Ferrie
Brice, Appalachian State upset No. 14 Coastal Carolina 30-27
"Chandler state and hit a twenty four yard field goal as time expired giving Appalachian state a stunning thirty twenty seven win over number fourteen coastal Carolina chase Brice threw for three hundred forty seven yards and two touchdowns with Maleek Williams catching ten passes for two hundred six yards Cameron peoples ran for two touchdowns for the mountaineers who have never lost to the Chanticleers at home grace McCall threw for two hundred ninety one yards and one touchdown for coastal Carolina which shattered eleven straight Sun Belt conference wins I'm the ferry
Murray throws 4 TD passes, unbeaten Cardinals batter Browns
"Kyler Murray tied a career high with four touchdown passes in the cardinals improved to six you know for the first time since nineteen seventy four by dismantling the Browns thirty seven fourteen I think you can feel the energy before the game always a practice is very weak I mean come on come on the road no us versus you know for personnel whose who's gonna go to Murray connected with the Andre Hopkins for two touchdowns and finished twenty of thirty for two hundred twenty nine yards the cardinals built a twenty nothing lead in the first half and kept their perfect record intact despite not having head coach Kliff Kingsbury or star linebacker Chandler Jones both of whom tested positive for cocaine nineteen I'm Dave Ferrie
Cardinals coach Kingsbury, 2 others to miss Sunday vs Browns
"Arizona coach Kliff Kingsbury will miss the cardinals game Sunday at Cleveland Kyler Murray in Baker Mayfield former teammates at the university of Oklahoma will face off with the five no Arizona Cardinals played the Cleveland Browns on Sunday but the cardinals be without coach Kliff Kingsbury quarterbacks coach Kim Turner or defensive tackle Zach Allen after they tested positive for code nineteen star linebacker Chandler Jones is also out he was put on the reserve Kobe ninety list on Tuesday Kingsbury who said that the team has been one hundred percent vaccinated for quite awhile did his usual Friday morning media availability at the team's practice facility several hours before the news came that he tested positive Arizona's defense coordinator Vance Joseph and assistant head coach and special teams coordinator Jeff Rodgers will split coaching responsibilities for Arizona I'm
Vegas defeats Seattle, 4-3, ruins Kraken league debut
"The Vegas golden knights put a damper on the debut of the NHL's newest franchise with a four three win over the Seattle crack in Chandler Stephenson scored the game winner on a redirect office skate just thirty five seconds after the cracking of relic from a three nothing deficit to tie the game in the third period Ryan Donato scored the first going crack in team history at the eleven thirty two marked the second trade and Morgan Geekie scored the game tying goal for Seattle Max patch ready had two goals for the gold nice plus an assist on the Stevenson game winner mark stone had three assists for Vegas I'm Jim Bernard
"chandler" Discussed on Overdue
"Many people enjoy sharing rumors about the sexuality and sexual orientation of celebrities. We don't know for a fact. Whether jerk gertrude. Chandler warner was gay bisexual or straight however feel free to tell us what you think. Vote by clicking below so seventy seven percent of people.
For Paddy Pimblett, Putting on a Show Is Just as Important as Winning
"I don't know much about that. But i know he has that factor. You know whatever that back to risk in terms of what the ufc look for in terms of making stars. This gentleman has it like erawan. Is i hope that you have sea. Venom rather Has some special. I know he walks on those kind of orange shock. Robert type shorts. He has a look. I hope i hope i hope. The u. have c. Envenom don't make patty penman a generic fighter. And that's my big worry about him. He's a unique guy in his interviews as look his walkout everything. I i'm i'm really worried about you can talk about this. Need a big victory. I'm worried to me is if you're going to be just forgotten off these fights and everything is going to be able to stick out no guy. That's you know one to the firefights. He's the middle of the cart. He's a six five at night so it's not like using the komeda doesn't have doubt much faith in them. You know they know. In chandler came and jenner came over you know. He bought like an pay per view a much bigger deal when he came over. Patty pendant is more coming in as a prospect rather than you know an established contender so he needs to win. But i hope he hope him and the ufc and benham can really keep his personality and his the presence of patty.
"chandler" Discussed on Twisted Travel and True Crime
"Wouldn't they take him up on his offer. The chew number of murders chandler committed is not known even to this day detectives who are familiar with chandler suspect. He may have killed many more women in florida in the late eighties and early nineties but they just don't know the way in which the rogers women were killed as strongly suggestive of someone with the practice confidence. He was a killer knew what he was doing. In february of two thousand fourteen three years after his execution their theory was proved correct. There were more victims of oba chandler. This murder was different than that. From the rogers woman and that the victim was not a tourist. She was pretty young female however and chandler turned on his charm to gain her trust. If a lease barrios berge series was only twenty years old when she was murdered on november. Twentieth nineteen ninety. She was newly married and living in coral springs florida with her husband. At the time of her death evelies worked at the sawgrass. Mills mall a sporting goods store. She was heading to our car in nineteen eighty five ford tempo after her shift when she realized her tires had been slashed in all likelihood she was approached by a quote friendly stranger who offered to help three hours later at around one. Am her naked. Lifeless body was discovered. There were ligature marks on her wrists and ankles and duct tape stuck in her hair cold case detective dan cookie of the coral springs. Pd explain that during the investigation into italy smarter. dna samples have been collected and processed. But they didn't amount to much. The technology was not as sophisticated as it is now and there wasn't much of a database of criminals dna they could refer to back in nineteen ninety rape kits and the dna collection process. Were not the same. But it's way more advanced. Cookie said you can actually take a smaller sample. And through the new technology. They can develop potential profiles an suspect dna which they could not in the past the broward county sheriff's office crime lab check the dna found on ever. Lisa's body again. It was a match to oba chandler as it turned out he was living just a mile from the sawgrass. Smells mall at the time. The detective contacted his family. Live in puerto rico and her husband who had since moved to mexico to inform them that after twenty three years they had finally tracked down who killed their loved. One florida cold case. Detectives have been advised that if they are investigating cases which occurred in the late eighties and early nineties. They should look into our chandler was living at the time. The extent of chandler's destruction will likely never be fully known. Thank you so much for listening today. A special thanks to shannon bad has been a longtime supporter of the podcast. She's a gem also to new friends of the podcast laurel v diana s and jeannie. F- thanks so much for sharing the podcast with friends at giving me new case suggestions..
"chandler" Discussed on Twisted Travel and True Crime
"She was a playboy bunny at the cincinnati playboy club they were together for a few years before chandler moved to saint paul minnesota and married another woman with whom he fathered another son. After this the details of chandler's romantic life are murky. He would have two more children after. Skipper was born but as i said there could be more fast forward to the late nineteen eighties. James is forty one years old and engaged to a woman but of course being true to his nature. He seeing another woman her. Name's deborah whiteman in chandler's opinion. Deborah is prettier. She's also younger more naive and doesn't ask prying questions about his past or what he gets up to when she's not around in chandler's perspective based on over twenty five years of relationships. There's nothing worse than a woman who will not mind her own business. Gender lied to debra with ease and didn't feel bad about it not that he felt remorse for much of anything he said or did when she learned debra met deborah knew nothing about is fiance and was under the impression that changed their lived with his mother in a mobile home. She knew that chandler had been married before but didn't know how many times and that he had children from previous relationships deborah herself had been married twice before she also knew he had been to prison for dealing drugs. Chandler shared her though that this was all in the past and she accepted it after the triple murder chandler told his daughter crystal he had done. She went on to tell. Deborah and the three of them decided to move away from florida. All the way to california. He had a fast car and wanted ticket to anywhere but florida. They likely didn't make it all the way there as was hurting pretty badly for money. They returned rather quickly to florida. Settling in daytona beach or he had connections. This is where police would find him and take him to court chandler thinking he's smarter than everyone else determined..
"chandler" Discussed on Twisted Travel and True Crime
"A from the fbi was brought into the case the profiler told them that they should be looking for a serial killer and based on the evidence it was believed the killer left blindfolds off the women because he enjoyed seeing the fear in their is the profiler believed that he had killed before and would do it again. Killer doesn't start with three victims. The new detectives decided to run a media blitz to try jumps mark lose billboards. Were blown up with pictures of the handwriting and were put up in the tampa bay area. This was the first time police had ever used billboards to draw in more. Tips are true. Crime superstar joanne. Steffi sees the handwriting and still believing that her old neighbor was involved. Did some detective work. She dug out a written estimate her creepy perverted neighbor had signed. He had been hired to rebuild her porch. She said her knees hit the floor as the y. In his handwriting was a perfect match. She called tampa police but never heard back joanne. Steffi called again and again over several weeks luckily she was very persistent. Anna asks and eventually was able to talk with an officer. At which point she gave the name. Oba chandler oba was forty five at the time had a long trail of felonies but investigators saw pictures of oba. The resemblance to the sketch was obvious. They became very excited. They reached out to judy. The woman who had been raped and she was very quickly able to pick oba chandler out of photo array. this allowed place to track him to daytona beach where he was finally handcuffed. On september fourth of nineteen ninety two oboe was the fourth of five children born to oba chandler senior he lived in cincinnati ohio at only ten years old over junior found his father hanging in the basement at the funeral. It said that he jumped onto his father's open. Grave as dirt was being thrown in. I feel for anyone who lost a family member to suicide including ten-year-old oba i don't however condone using terrible past as an excuse to become a terrible person chandler grew up taking what he wanted he began to steal cars and was arrested for possessing counterfeit money. Then his crimes became more serious. Would go on to be arrested and charged with burglary kidnapping and armed robbery. It's unclear when exactly chandler began to display predatory behavior in his late teens. He was arrested for masturbating while peering into a woman window during his early days in florida chandler and an accomplice broke into the home of a couple and robbed at gunpoint as well as robbing them. Chandler had his accomplice tie the man up while he took the woman to the bedroom. He forced her to strip down to her underwear. He then tied her up and slowly rubbed the barrel of his revolver across her stomach. During this incident it became obvious that chandler experience sexual pleasure from scaring people despite being a sexual deviant and immense society chandler was never without a woman by side. maybe they found his bad boy vibe irresistible. He certainly could lay on the charm when he wanted something with his. Blonde curls chisel jawline..
Bobbing in the Bay: Revisiting The Crimes of Oba Chandler
"In florida. There's an ocean reachable within sixty miles of any point of land in the state. And this is what draws so many people there sadly today's murderer oba chandler used his access to the water as a lure for unsuspecting women on sunday morning. June fourth nineteen forty nine. The bodies of three unidentified women were floating around in tampa bay. The first body was found when several people aboard a sailing boat that was crossing under the sunshine. Skyway saw something bobbing in the water. They immediately called the police who began working to remove the body as they were doing so a second body was found floating under appear in saint petersburg which was about two miles north of where the first body was found. Police will retrieving the second body. When the third was found floating only two hundred yards away. All three bodies were found floating face down. They had been bound and gagged and were nude from the waist down then they had been tied to concrete blocks which were pulled up to the surface as the bodies began to decompose after thorough autopsy. The coroner stated that the women had been sexually assaulted then thrown into the water alive. They hadn't been blindfolded so they had been able to see and hear and had struggled to untie themselves until their air ran out the fact that the women were raped told police they were looking for a sexual predator. Investigators immediately began combing through missing persons cases in an attempt to identify the three women but were unable to find anything days later a manager from a local hotel calls. The police say at three women checked into his hotel but didn't check out. They were joan rodgers and her two daughters michelle and christie and detective named cavill and his team entered the room where they found clothes toys and other personal items fingerprints. These items were found to match the bodies of the victims. They were a mother and her two daughters.
Arizona Mother Calls out School for Disguising 'Critical Race Theory' as 'Anti-Racism'
"Same school board meeting. Cut 14. Now this this mother speaks rather quickly, So you have to listen carefully Cut 14 go in the June 9th governing board meeting you stated unequivocally. The critical race theory is not in Chandler Unified schools. I've spent the last few days reviewing every item available through the district website on the recent summer equity symposium. It was not only saturated with the language of critical race theory, but it was sponsored by Stanford, Arizona political nonprofit who runs the center for anti Racism and Education. Anti racism has become the preferred euphemism for critical race theory. What concerns you the most about what I read, watched and research about the symposium is how you're framing our direction for the district, the moderator said. They're placing equity at the center of our district. I'd like education to be the center of our district. Education should not be viewed as a tool towards equity, but as the ankle itself 30 seconds, you know, Speaker Victor Rios described the education Trinity as parents, teachers and students. But it seems you view it as teachers, administrators and school board. Parents will sit down, shut up and take what we're given and be grateful. You were prioritizing your own personal political agendas above the welfare of this district. Students paying my friends have pulled their students in the district into charter schools and home schools. And they've encouraged me to do the same. I've always been an advocate for public schools and I got valued the resources and opportunities found here. But I find the value diminishing quickly. We have voted you into advocate our Children. We ask that you do so. His parents are Are so stressed by what's going on because it's so outrageous, but we don't call it critical race theory. Now we called anti racism. Oh, Will change the language will change the narrative. You see.
"chandler" Discussed on The Chad Prather Show
"Just like a website. It's kind of what. I'm treating as my community on gab. At two real secret it's identical to my twitter so at real c. c. r. u. n. p. on minds on at chandler crump. Mines is a little bit smaller right now but we can grow that one on rumble. I'm just chandler underscore crump on odyssey. I'm at chandler. Odyssey's a little confusing. But you should be able to just look up chandler trump that's the great thing about these all platforms as well as they do not censor your searches so just look up my name chandler crump that's like trump with a c. and you'll find like trump it with a c. and it's easy. I mean you know. I've done you know i can do a search chandler. You're gonna pop up your tweets are going to pop up. They're going to be there for now from now. That's right. i'm so sick of twitter. Gone just so tired of the just the nonsense. Trolling that just quit. I've thought about it. Yeah i got off months ago. I've thought about it. i honestly thought about it. I considered it on january six when trump was kicked off. I consider deleting my account and that was when everybody was making their profile pictures trump. Trump's you guys remember that that was hilarious but You know i considered it. I didn't do it because you know. Twitter is a big platform for me. And i'm not gonna leave until they kicked me off. I think it's as if there's a platform i can be on. It can encourage people to go to other platforms like gab and mines. then it's valuable. Still be there so Every day i'm tweeting you know. Get a thousand lakes here. I'm like okay under that. Tweet guys please. You love this constant. You love these tweets. He love all these people. You follow on twitter. A lot of these conservatives. I know that whether they have been kicked off twitter. Or haven't they are on gab There's this guy named bryson gray and yep he no bryson he'd releases song and it was deleted off spotify and soundcloud. This is orwellian. this is how you know. It is a big mess. And so i don't know about any alternative music platforms right now but these people are available on all tech platforms and so gab minds. It's so important. Yeah it really is. And i mean you know i in his about free speech. I mean it's about you know. Getting and i know these people i love it when people come introduce your private companies can do whatever they want to do that. They can't you know th they can't There's some rules out there but we've just rolled over and let them take over and and put us under their thumb. It's insane if there's rules on what guns. I can own their better. Dang be rules about what these social media companies can censor right. Imagine him in twenty years kid. Powerhouse adopt him. I didn't get to say a whole lot. This show but what he said. Yeah exactly. that's that's what. Hey if you if you join my show and be a co host. I'll give you at least ten minutes of time.
"chandler" Discussed on Build Your Tribe
"Even worry about getting a book deal like when do i need to write a book. Do i need to write a book. How long does it take. What does that look like financially. How do i get a book deal like all these questions about writing a book. And i've done quite a few episodes about this and even talked about how to self publish. But i'm not the expert and you know who is. His name is chandler bolt and today chandler is here on the show he is the ceo of self publishing school and self publishing dot com. He himself is the author of six best selling books including his most recent book titled published. Now he's got a great story. At twenty years old he dropped out of college is also someone with adhd and he has grown this business to twenty six million by age twenty seven. Y'all this interview is going to be great because we're going to give you answers. Honest answers to all of your questions and you know it isn't a yes or no or a. You should do it this way or that way. But what he does for us. Today is explained. Okay if you're in this situation yes you should self publish. If you're in this situation well then maybe you might want to use a publishing house. I'm really excited. That i had the opportunity to interview chandler without further ado chandler bolt of self publishing school dot com. Well welcome to build your tribe chandler. I am super excited. Talk to you because first of all writing books is something a lot of people in our audience. wanna do. I need to do and the big question. Everybody has always should i self published. How do i self published. And how am i going to do this with. Adhd so literally who could be a better guests than you. I'm excited talking. I'm the sea level english student in the college dropout the ended up writing books and we both have adhd so. I think there's some similarities there and using it as a super power to retrograde book. Yes now the first question. I wanna ask you is with. Adhd how is it then you ended up being like the guy go to for other people to figure out how to write a book like. How did you even focus enough to write your first. Well yes so. I mean it all started with my brother and i if you knew this but my brother plays in a grammy nominated rock and roll band..
Davis, Lakers Bounce Back To Beat Suns 109–102 in Game 2
"Anthony Davis led the way with thirty four points ten rebounds and seven assists as the Lakers defeated the sons one or nine one oh two to even their best of seven series had one victory apiece lebron James had twenty three points and nine assists Los Angeles stretches six point halftime lead to fifteen but then had to hold out in the second half for the win Devin Booker had thirty one points for the Suns deandre Ayton added twenty two points and ten rebounds game three is Thursday in Los Angeles George Chandler Phoenix
Reilly Smith's First Career Hat Trick Lifts Vegas to 4-1 Win
"Reilly Smith recorded his first career hat trick in the golden knights pulled into a tie with the hurricanes for the presidents trophy lead by defeating the blues for one get out there so our stock we see a big knock me on it but knows a lot of people out here that's not exactly at Chandler Stephenson also scored and Marc Andre Fleury stopped twenty shots as the knights extended their home winning streak to a season high seven games biggest allowed just seven shots over the first two periods with the seventh turning into a goal by Colton parade co the golden knights have a four point lead over the avalanche in the west division heading into their showdown with Colorado on Monday the ads have a game in hand I'm Dave Ferrie
Pietrangelo Gets Winner for Golden Knights in OT Over Wild
"Alex Pietrangelo scored one fifty three into overtime to send the golden knights past the wild three to the translocation or the credit for his goal to Alex talk three one three if you can find a whole find a pocket you're gonna have a good chance of documentary pasturing the soul the shot no luck it was that was a great play by and Chandler Stephenson had a second period goal and Reilly Smith furnish the tying score late in the third for Vegas after Kerr real caprice up scored two goals in it too tense band midway through the period for the wild Marc Andre Fleury stopped twenty six shots for the west leading knights who are five points ahead of the third place wild can tablet made thirty one saves for Minnesota which went five wanted to against Vegas this season I'm Dave very
"chandler" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film
"And you know sometimes you can throw in horror element so then things like trauma very popular and very hard to do that stuff now. People are very unhappy with a line of dialogue characters protrayed. So i you know the way i get into it. Now's my pay. i'm doing horror. It's supposed to be dark. It's supposed to be messed up. Some people still don't quite understand it but that's fine because it's supposed to be that way and that's kind of i feel like i'm more comfortable doing it. My think than congress. I can't compete with like hollywood level cry movies and a cop movies and it's really hard talent house all the cool stuff that they can do in that. You know with our. It'd be a little inventive. I guess yeah. There's definitely some latitude for that. All right. why don't we take a short break. We're talking to richard chandler filmmaker and we'll be right back back with more on john refill making on the scifi. Talk indie podcast. Say one apple take back on sci-fi talk with richard chandler. I gotta ask you about your experience on castle rock. Oh give us a really good one I worked on Both seasons that the last one i. I don't think you could see me. I i was in kind of a crowd. I was mesmerized. People like they They did a lotta take for this. But i never heard anybody say they saw me. I do have the wash season two. I did watch using the one. You can see my hands and the piece of my beard. hand somebody a manic and his wild. I mean nathan literally took a whole day to shoot this scene and not as only clip that survived and i was like damn i was like of course you know 'cause i was like the had all these like dolly shots and stuff but i've been and they just didn't didn't use them but the was awesome. I mean it was like there's this is just crazy is the amount of of stuff going on was just great to watch. What's it like to kind of play in the stephen king universe it was he was like surreal. You know they have the super old house up on her hill. You know is why you had to drive like the driveway was up on a hill. It was like surrounded by woods. It just like a couple for that out those. I'll never forget the experience. Because i'm sitting there thinking to myself like man this i feel like i've just entered this like other little ground for a day. You know with the way the house walls and everything. Yeah be wild so the pandemic I mean obviously you. Nobody's really shooting anything or those. Some things apparently returning to shoot obviously different precautions. But what's it been like for you. It's been really hard. It's been hard to even promote things. I think a lot of people are just on and off of social media. A lot of people are very distracted. it's odd. You know we had a. We had a relief in the beginning. You know in the more in the beginning of the year and it was much different than parts unknown being released. I really felt like you know. People's attitudes went from my very happy every like. Hey i want to see what's up to kind of just like very like you know everyone's just angry at everything now and that's been very difficult To get things going. Because as. I'm sure everybody knows you house to take extreme precautions. Now you need people to communicate the they don't so you gotta like yeah..
"chandler" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film
"Scene one apple take one scene one apple. Take too high this edition of scifi talk. We have richard chandler. He's an actor cinematographer. A director in writer and producer. Welcome richard. that's quite a background. Thanks for having me on. I appreciate that you like doing it all. Don't you doing some of it. I guess i'm not gonna ask you what you don't like but that would i. It gets confusing. Sometimes you know. Keep your your known for parts unknown which is an interesting film. 'cause deals with wrestlers and supernatural little. Bit talk about that project. Little bit hurts. Unknown was our last feature recently had release on amazon prime in a couple of talk forums. Yeah it's about like a family wrestlers fair download lock. They've hit some hard times but they're kind of psychotic and They're looking for you. Know an outlet for blood and mayhem. And you know. They gradually come across as they've all been blacklisted and fired from their jobs and everything so you know they kinda descended into this. Like almost co like mentality. I guess you could say got to be gratifying. That platforms like amazon and netflix exists. So that movies like yours. Have a place that can be shown. Yeah totally especially amazon. A little like oversaturated. About like yeah without them. Probably just be down to like festivals and stock. So it's definitely a good thing. And i guess there was some negotiation kind of thing to get the film The get the rights and all that. Well yeah i mean you know you go through like a third party. Brian cases. Wild-eyed yeah and they you know they kinda they set about stuff off all that fun stuff that i don't understand as an artist you know i hear you. I totally hear the business of show business. Yes i totally. Don't i see looking at the very popular. Imdb there's a few things you're working on including a called ted bundy had a son. It's funny people mentioned are not one I it's it's one of those weird concepts where everybody contributes to it like remotely which i guess really works these days This this was started a long time ago. So i guess he. The director was.
"chandler" Discussed on The Auideo Show
"I can't say enough. I'm very grateful for all of them so good. I wouldn't be where i am if it wasn't for them. That's for sure. Chandler buddy. it's been great talking to you man absolutely i hope it didn't ramble to know graphic. It was good no idea. We like these just kind of low key. you know. Talk sessions and try to figure out who you are you know. I've enjoyed know. I don't really do too much of these to be honest ever. Actually this might be the first radio. Show podcast. I've ever been killed at man come back. Yeah let me know. i'll be here. He lives down the street so yeah like two minutes away from the cold. It's funny i can make it. You wanna play a couple more tunes and we'll call her sweet. Got to think about what play here. Well speaking to my good friend marseillaise. Carol is a tune me and her wrote gather When i was bumming on her couch for two weeks when it didn't have a place to live back in january Very nice to let me stay there. We've got a song out of it though. So this one's called think going to your own tune but i read this one with her here and she sings harmony on. She makes it sound ten times better. So there's a version on youtube of this song. That might be more attuned to your ear With.
"chandler" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk
"Becomes free and you know that leads to all sorts of chaos and. The government has taken over. It gets pretty weird. Yeah. That was that's an interesting one because I mean everybody. Everybody was walking around with gas masks in and And now it's just like people are and very bizarre like. All right yeah. We really couldn't have predicted that but it it looks just the way everybody's like dressed in acts towards the you know the apocalypse part of the movie. is a little bizarre now. it's wild. Yeah a lot of guns and and Gasman said, Stephanie was was. Was Interesting. It seems like you kind of. Kind of. kind of steer yourself towards the horror in defense. Yeah. Definitely. Past five, six years I think I've moved towards that like a lot more draws you there I mean I think my plotlines for always Kinda Kinda dark and. You know it's kind of. Comedy is really hard to do these days. people you take the value humor and you know sometimes you can throw in horror elements. So then things like trauma very popular and very. Hard to do that stuff now like people are very unhappy with a line of dialogue characters portrayed. So I, you know the way I get into it now is my pay I'm doing horror opposed to be dark it's supposed to be messed up. Some people still don't quite understand it but that's fine because it's supposed to be hat way and that's kind I feel like I'm more comfortable doing it. My think than Congress. I can't compete with like Hollywood level cry movies and a COP movies and It's really hard. Tack has all the cool stuff that they can do in that. You know with our you'd be a little inventive I guess yeah there's definitely some latitude that. All, right. Why don't we take a short break? We're talking to Richard Chandler filmmaker and we'll be right back. Hi, this is Alan robbed and you're listening to side talks and I am an itinerant Caucasian theater worker. Pack on Scifi talk with Richard Chandler I. GotTa Ask you about your experience on Castle Rock..