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"charles dell" Discussed on Con Artists
"Luke Solomon however even as the justice system presented incontrovertible incontrovertible evidence of his guilt. Charles never confessed to any of his other murders instead. He blamed them all on Jay Chaudhary Charles and the goals will take into the notorious Indian prison of Tahar to wait. The trial to Ha- is India's largest prison and houses murderous gangsters water and food was scarce and if a prisoner wished for even even the tiniest bit more to eat it was up to them to purchase it. Charles quickly went to work befriending. The gods and inmates within a few you days. He was able to manipulate them into smuggling him in more food than anyone could imagine. And despite radios being banned Charles Dell's somehow had three in his cell. Charles knew how corrupt India could be with the power of money. He was able to by off anyone he wanted. Including the prison guards. The looming question of course was by them off with what. It isn't exactly clear when Charles was able to do this. But before going to Ha- he managed to smuggle by his own estimation sixty eight carats worth breath of rubies and sapphires via ingestion. And when the time came he used those gems as his currency but the jewels weren't just used to secure a life of luxury. They were part of his plan to escape prison. One Small Charles and the others does waited a year before going to trial much of it had to do with the state of Indian politics at the time. India was in the midst of the so-called emergency in one thousand nine hundred seventy five civil unrest over electoral malpractice broke out across the country at the behest of Prime Minister Indira Gandhi whose election was called into question. A state of emergency was declared for eighteen months elections and civil liberties were suspended and and many of Ghandi's political opponents were imprisoned. This pushed Charles's case to the side. It wasn't until July of nineteen seventy seven seven almost a year to the date of his arrest. The thirty three row Charles was finally brought to trial both Mary. Ellen and Barbara testified against him however their testimony almost didn't come to be in the weeks leading up to the trial Charles allegedly Sent them threatening notes. Though we don't know specifically what Charles said. The two felt compelled to attempt suicide. Need it's quite possible that Charles either threaten to have them killed manipulated them into attempting it. The conditions at Tahar were horrible horrible and it is possible that Charles Feigned empathy as a way of manipulation Christian cases. PhD noted that to psychopathic Pathak criminals. Empathy seemed to be a voluntary activity if they want to. They can empathize and that explains how they can be so charming harming and maybe so manipulative once. They have seduced you into doing what serves their purpose. The effort feel empathy would probably disappear again whether Charles did manipulate them into attempting to take their own lives or the two felt. The pressure of the mitigating circumstances both survived. They were forced to testify. Barbara went through all of the details of her relationship with Charles and the various crimes she witnessed him commit mary-ellen on the other hand shocked the court by recanting most of her statements to the police ace originally she admitted to the poisoning plot but in court she changed her testimony and said that Charles only instructed her to be friendly with John. Luke Solomon nothing more. Despite Mary Ellen's reversal the prosecution had nearly forty different. Witnesses to speak speaks Charles's crimes. They were confident that they would secure the death penalty against him on August eighth. Nineteen seventy eight. The court gave their ruling as journalists. Thomas Thompson writes Charles was found guilty on three less accounts in the death of John Lewis Solomon culpable homicide not amounting to murder drugging and administering stupefying drugs for the purpose of robbery. Sorry and voluntarily causing hurt to commit robbery. This essentially amounted to manslaughter. Charles was sentenced to only twelve years. Marie Leclair was found. Not guilty though. Oh Charles had escaped the death penalty. That didn't mean. He was finished being punished for some of his crimes. Not long after the Sullivan trial. Both Oth Charles. Marie were convicted in the poisoning of the French tourists at the victim hotel. It tacked another five years on Charles's sentence into Zaha. Unfortunately we don't know the length of Marie sentence just that she also stayed in to her. What we do know is that in in the early Nineteen Eighty S? Maria was diagnosed with ovarian cancer. She was released on mercy and went back to Canada. In April of one thousand nine hundred eighty four. She passed away. It was said that to her dying day she was still in love with Charles Charles Sobhraj for Charles his twelve years into how wasn't the abysmal. State that the majority of the inmates faced he managed to buy himself self a life of luxury with various bribes. But that didn't mean Charles wasn't thinking ahead. There was still a warrant out for him in Thailand and and it was valid for twenty years. Once he was released from to Ha- it was very likely that India would extradite him to Thailand where he most likely faced the death penalty so in March of Nineteen eighty-six the Tenth Year of his incarceration. Charles also threw a party. He invited both inmates and prison guards during the party. He spiked the punch. When everyone passed out Charles simply walked out the front door but Charles never intended to leave India a few months after his escape he willingly got himself court? He was convicted for the drugging and the escape enough time was added to his prison sentence. That if and when he was released the Thai warrant would have expired on February seventeenth nineteen ninety-seven fifty two year old Charles. The serpent Sabaj left to harsh prison. A free man by then most warrants for his arrest had expired or any evidence from other cases had gone missing and much to Charles's delight the world within those twenty years had forgotten who he was. He eventually made his way to France where he relished. In what celebrity he did have charging money for interviews and in the early two thousands he was said to have sold the movie rights to his life to the tune of fifteen million dollars for for nearly six years he managed not to break any laws even claiming that he had retired from crime. However that didn't mean the law was finished with him in September? Two thousand three fifty nine year. Old Charles was arrested in Katmandu less than a a year later. He was sentenced to life in prison for the nineteen seventy five murder of Connie Joe Brundige over the next few years. Here's Charles. Continue to fight for his freedom. Appealing to the Nepalese courts. He even wrote a letter to then. French President Nicolas Sarkozy see but all of his appeals were rejected ultimately in two thousand ten. The Supreme Court upheld Charles's houses conviction and in two thousand fourteen sixty year. Old Charles was additionally convicted for the death of Laurent Carriere in February of two thousand Nineteen Charles. Now seventy four filed a writ requesting clemency. The Supreme Court gave the government three months to come to a decision but the result of that decision is unknown for now. It is is assumed. That Charles remains in a Napoli's prison Charles. Sobhraj was a master criminal with little to no regard awed for anyone but himself after a childhood of neglect. He realized that the only person he could rely on to survive was himself. Even if that meant meant lying cheating and killing from the end of the nineteen sixties to the mid nineteen seventies. The Middle East and Southeast Asia became became Charles's criminal playground though his cons were hardly complex. He managed to carve a successful niche for himself for nearly a decade. Hey but despite being known as the serpent for his ability to slink in and out of prison it was only a matter of time before his his luck ran out. It is unclear. Why Charles has never attempted some elaborate escape from the Paul like his previous prison stays? Perhaps age has dictated that he fight legally only Charles knows that answer. And only the Nepalese. Government's snow's if Charles will ever walk the streets of Kathmandu or Bangkok or Paris again.
"charles dell" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS
"Okay here. We go to celebrate Christmas like picked the wrong week. quit smoking like the wrong week. Quick drink like I picked the wrong week when I'm finished so let's talk about bill. Check number thirty. Three in honor of Larry Bird also from the Boston Austin area out there again bill. Check lobster is the king of candor like he just calls it always he says the only thing I can cheer for in Philadelphia is the national anthem. Now let's talk about this whenever you watch. Mark Cuban on Shark tank whenever you watch Simon Cowl on what what show was it back the American idol whenever you hear Dr Zellner business. The directness with which they speak week is called truth but the truth hurts. If you don't want it to be true you have to be honest if you're going to be funny so bill. Bowel check was asked coach. What do you think about Philadelphia? And he says the only thing I can cheer for in Philadelphia is the national anthem. Funny when you're that kind of candidates kind of candidate when you're when you're honestly known for boosting their own team more than the other team the only stay with the with the prison in it. Did you know. Ask Any state prison in the stadium because it is so likely. You're going to get arrested Republican. I hadn't actually threw snowballs snowballs at Santa. Oh yeah they're crazy anyway so bills he's saying what you're all thinking and everyone's got that's true but because he said it. We live in such a politically correct over filtered world. It seems me. Talk to me about the balance of being filtered guarded and telling how it is well. I remember the good old days when the saying was sticks and stones can break your bones but words will never hurt you and now it's almost the opposite right and and it's amazing amazing. How many people get offended and get hurt by what they're hearing somebody say it may not even be directed at them? It's like oh my gosh. Can you imagine that can you. They said that word the world has ended as we know it. I'm like Oh my you'd think they would have like giving someone gluten or something that horrified they are right. I mean you can I go in offend all all the people out there that don't own a business. Oh yeah come on. Let's start there. Come just go through five ideas that are super offensive that I believe to be true. I've five okay and we'll just see unsubscribe if you're not the right guy. If you like us she'll tell a friend so here we go or you'll tell people that won't like us and then it becomes controversial and we get more subscribers anyway. So here's where we go. Number one is is one number one. I believe that every house in America should have a door. Are you with me. On that. For the Percy okay I got you and I believe if you live live in an area where you know safe or not safe. We should lock our doors do you. Do we go that far. Yes I concur. I believe any any time. You want to keep somebody out of something. A barrier should be credit if you want to keep people out of the yard and you want to keep people out of the yard ARD. You might have a privacy fence. You might put a door on the bathroom. If you want to keep people out or awkward situations you know. The mother-in-law walks in when you're in the bathroom. You're like what's going on here. You WanNa put you WANNA put a door on the UNDERGRAD. Lots of the kids. Don't walk in you know what I'm saying. I have five kids. They're basically they're trying to make make sure that we cannot produce another child knocking on the door. Hey Mom and dad were doing in their. Here's guaranteed so you put a door on it. So what happens is I believe in a country where we might want to keep certain people out. Oh no who they are. I would put a wall up because it makes sense and I don't care if a Canadian all don't you know all you Betcha I don't care for Canadian coming across the border I don't care if not even one of those mounted windows pound mounted you guys. I don't care if it's the right I mean I don't care if it's a person I don't care who it is. I am not that curious to see who wants STA drift randomly into our country. So I believe we should put up a wall right away by saying that. Somebody's you hate people. You are racist. You're right I I hate white. People hate music seriously. It's just like you can't say that I'm telling Ryan Ted or now here's idea number two. I'd never to this. Controversial was true. Is You might want to balance your budget. If you're a business owner should not spend less than you bring Enzi of yes Philipe and L. Province. Unless yes yes and if your country you might WanNa do it too well not unless you have the ability to just print more money. So I'm I'm a big favor. Uh of removing allstate paid federal scholarships all of them immediately. Why because? We can't afford it unless you borrow money from the Chinese. It's a weird weird concepts. When was the last time that you're able to print money? You guys the budget's tight. Just go fire up that Hewlett Packard and hit well I. I don't know if you need some extra cash back prince much that's limitations that we're building a cohesive team here or building a cohesive team one. We've brought together by talking about a wall to bring the team together by talking about this idea of bouncing a budget whether you're Republican or Democrat you have to cut something to break even balanced the budget controversial. ID number three. This is indeed this. We're going to lose over just three. Wow well we thought we'd already lost everybody we got. This is tough. You're not this is this is a little proverbs. Ten Four for you uh-huh and this is. This is a problem for somebody. The Bible proverbs ten four proverbs book in favor of Action. PROVERBS PROVERBS SAYS LAZY hands. Let's make poverty. What but diligent hands bring wealth? I believe that when you don't work eighty hours a week while all trying to start your business. You deserve poverty. I believe that you deserve poverty if you won't work eight hours a win while starting it isn't assess the I've interviewed billionaires on the show millionaires. I have never interviewed a single one of them. WHO said well? I used to get there right at night. I'd have coffee till nine. Fifteen and then at twelve I would one pray for an hour and then come back and I would stand at my economic desk and I left just on time so I had life balance. You wouldn't have life balance. I call it wallet imbalance. You have no money in it. Another controversial idea. Why on fire? I believe that you are going to have to skip a birthday. A wedding being Christmas Eve thanksgiving all of these holidays in order to make your business successful if you need to. And if you don't need to you don't I need to but you've seen this. These aren't preneurs we're going. I want to be self employed. I want to be successful. But you know I want to take the day off before July fourth year and I'm haven't made it yet it but I want to get ready for the weekend and I want to take the fourth off. Okay I got to take the fifth off thirty out of town and then Christie Week Christmas. There's not a lot going on and they want to act you've seen this. Oh Yeah Oh yeah you work seven days a week did you not. Oh absolute for first couple of years I had a An acquaintance opened up. A men's clothing store wanted to be opened. Six days is a week I talked to him. That's a good idea. And he said it's hard to find good people to work on Saturdays three. They're stealing from me or they don't show up. I mean this dude you just gotTa give them work concerns. No no no no no no no no no. I can't do that. That's a leg day to day. Come on now you know out there skiing on the leg macedon do list of all the days right now. In the American calendar the average person takes one hundred and four days off a year in the boom book. I will read them off to you please here. We go the day before New Year's Eve New Year's eve New Year's day the day after new New Year's day the day before Martin Luther King Junior Day Martin Luther King of Martin Luther King weekend try the day after this weekend edition to this. We've got not the day after Martin Luther King Day. We've got the day before President's Day president's day the day after present state the Thursday before Good Friday Good Friday to Saturday before Easter and Easter the day after Easter the day before Memorial Day Memorial Day the day after Memorial Day the day after Independence Day Independence Day after independence day the day before Labor Day Labor Day the a day after Labor Day celebrate Labor Day I work or these government the day before Columbus Day Columbus Day the day after Columbus Day. You're not celebrating Columbus. Are you kidding me now. The Veterans Day Day After Veterans Day. The Monday of the week of Thanksgiving the Tuesday of the week of Thanksgiving the Wednesday of the week of Thanksgiving Thanksgiving Corey. We met this week on what day. thanksgiving morning. I think we did like thirty or six in the morning then the day before Christmas Eve Christmas Eve Christmas day the day after Christmas. My Kid's birthday you take off your kid's birthday that's why you have a job and you don't own a business. What are you doing I take off for my birthday? Don't take off your birthday until you've earned the right to you. Know Clay you not much crap. I took from my family. You know what I'm not going to talk about your family. I'm not talking about your family. I'M GONNA say about my family for second. My wife gets it but we started the businesses together but extended family. They don't get it that's why they want money. You won't get it. That's why you want my money so I understand Dan this idea if you want to be successful got put in the work so you work seven days a week. Did you not go. That's all that's all I could. I mean you guys have met Charles Dell's Cola Communist coop. Is he not jacked. He's jacked. Guess what he works out every day homeboy only eats chicken and vegetables. He only eats. It's a meat and vegetables. That's why he's jacked. Plays Jack Charles but I want to eat like fat free ice cream get out of here. I mean core you quitting sugar. You've lost milk. You go get beautiful mainly coming. We came in. I mean he's the jam pseudo. Had you not had to cut out sugar. Add to culture. I don't need anymore but there's people people out there that don't want to cut sugar but one win a fitness competition or you want to grow a successful company. But you don't WanNa try. I've told people like what would you you do and I said well I just quit eating sugar all together and you know how many people have quitting sugar told to people. I'm just saying though you can't sit there I just what makes me crazy. You can't over. We'll time out time out tonight. You're on a rant right now. We don't want to steal the dream because.
"charles dell" Discussed on Movie Crush
"No other the race to it. I don't know call paramount. He's slams allows someone wants to someone is asking me if sunset boulevard would be good setting nineties. Yeah and I don't care paramount. I don't have the race to this. And then he complains about like the the Andrew Lloyd Webber adaptations like the cell is like it's totally puts in everything that happened which is really interesting. That's amazing well and I guess because he had had the experience of being a kid. ingratiating sheeting himself to these bands He he must have a real skill for doing that probably as he broke through. Billy wilder is about about him like he just. I don't know acquisitive acquisitive in and comfortable in those situations or lady genuine. Is it something where he's like you know is it. It's something that he feels like. Oh this is the thing I can do or a probably a great listener would be my guess Because when you get in the rooms with the the bands and the billy wilder is they probably probably pretty lopsided conversation. Probably Yeah and you have to be good at just shutting the fuck up. Yeah probably I mean I do. I read the book last night. And Yeah I I. I don't know the cameras ever like interjecting. All that much offering his he. Eventually I will say the book most of the Billy Wilder elder stuff that you're interested in is the first couple of interviews Cameron Crowe's trying to get every question he's wanted to ask you and the rest of the book is more like okay. Let's do a deeper dive on this. I mean it's a fascinating book though. It's out yeah A friend of mine worked on Elizabethtown in said like he's also genuinely anyone good guy and was great onset and very crew friendly and just guy. Yeah Elizabethtown Not Great But my friend. who was a wardrobe supervisor? who was from Elizabethtown and got to work in Elizabethtown on the town movie and got the key to the city so it was kind of a big deal for cool and in fact she? Did you say you worked on the onion the movie or now a little bit. I think she worked on that. I was never on Saturday anything like that. So the the origin and you probably know by the way if anyone's listening we talked about the movie before and I don't watch any of the onion movie I think any of it was attributed to me. I I worked on. After the fact they were then when they wanted to film a brand new movie right that may be used some of the footage from that instead of releasing what they had there. So I I started writing a whole new movie right and then it all got shut down so please don't want anything to do with it. My instinct now. Because I'm so binging on your show to say wait. A minute is assistant episode of setting the record straight. It is So I'm sure you know. The origin of the film though has a few different stories. But I think billy wilder said it was A movie from Director David Lean calls brief encounter everything counter that had just a similar sort of so he talks about it in the book where he's basically because Cameron Crowe is trying to set the record straight. He's like was it. Based on this person in Hollywood which is a rumor about a guy who whose mistress killed himself in in an apartment or something like that. Is it about this story and he's like No. I was just watching brief. Encounter one day uh-huh and there's a scene where these two I think. Married lovers are meeting in France and one of the guys. The Guy who's meeting meeting this woman says Oh this is like a buddy of mine's apartment right and billy wilder went Geez. I feel bad ad for the guy who s apartment is like essentially. They're having sex in his apartment and he's gotta come back and these people have just do Oh Saxon is bad and he he just. He wrote that down in his book and he was something that he thought of for for many years. And and and the code the sort of what. What was permissible in movies? He could never do that until nineteen sixty when everything's sort of relaxed. And he was finally able to do a movie about this sort of mature subject. Matter which is is all about did you know adultery and kind of like a sixty sex romp in a way but serious yeah. It's very racy for the time. And I know there were stories stories of Fred macmurray Being accosted in the street and literally getting hit with a purse. How dare you watch Disney? MOMS how could you do that for Fred. macmurray was another guy who was like. I can't do this movie. Yeah Billy with the whole book is filled with like people having heart attacks right before they film that happened a lot. He's like the Fortune Cookie and Peter Sellers had a heart attack in the middle of right one of the films and had to drop out ever filmed for a week. Charles Dell's lot and I think also had a heart attack right before this is like because everyone was drinking and smoking I started thinking I was like fucking but Fred it was the guy was like. I'm not GonNa do this movie and I think whoever was doing it dropped out and Billy and Fred macmurray by the way double indemnity he. He's so another billy wilder movie. He's so great in that. Yeah and very quotable movie that my friend and I were constantly still say things from it. All the time the tears it but but And one of the funniest stories that Billy Wilder tells about Fred macmurray from the apartment is that scene where he's getting shoeshine and he's flipping a quarter absent. Mindedly run of the guy shining shoes at this thumb flipping it in the air almost taunting him with it. You may or may not right. And then the guy finishes shining his shoes and Jack lemmon comes in the frame and Fred macmurray flips him. The corridor goes thanks a lot and shoeshine guys like. Oh Wow thank you so much. Yeah and he leaves and for some reason. The quarter wasn't flipping right and billy water saying like Fred. macmurray is a very cheap guy yeah okay. That's one thing you got to know about him in real life. So he's like flipping this quarter and it won't slip bright and I come over to say all right. It's okay friend. We'll just swap in a fifty fifty cent piece and Fred Goes. I would never tipped him. Fred fifty cents. I can't let's tastic. That's hysterical hysterical. He's so good in this movie to He's so funny. Yeah I in total slime ball. Yeah yeah playing apart. Because you know the whole setup there's so many kind of a little twist and turns for for romantic comedy And he you know the whole setup is that he has you think that he is going to be the standup guy. When in fact he's just after that Ki- and there's that great scene with women where he's like you know trying to get the Keever we've been trying to get him to make the leap? Hey I want the key to your apartment so I can cheat on my wife without having to say it right which for a boss would be it would implicate them it would well it also would lower his status to you know so he's he's playing very high status where he's just like. Yeah so you see I want to give you these music. Man Tickets But I WANNA trade swap swap and then Jacqueline's like why there's nothing I can walk before I mean I just WanNa go home and go to bed tonight. So he's just give the tickets to someone and Fred macmurray. It also says on your reports parts from your coworkers that you're bright and that you like can make you know. Make the leap to certain thing you know now but Yeah it's it's. It's really interesting about this movie. Because it does start is like a a kind of very comedy sex romp And kind of broad kind of Bra and and you know the the idea for it is is a great idea which is basically what if back back. What if this guy? Who has this apartment? All of his bosses wanted to come in and cheat on their wives in his apartment and so he climbs up the corporate ladder by giving having the key and juggling them all in a very complicated schedule where he has to leave his apartment for hours. Yeah in the rain and stuff such great up. It's a great setup and could have just been that So it could have been like a rock Hudson Doris Day sale. Sixty sex romp with Tony. What's his name is not Tony? Curtis whom I think if he would come in and sing on Letterman all earn. You would come in with Mandy Patinkin. Okay it'll come to me so it could've just been that but then the part where it switches into drama is really interesting. Which is basically Jack? lemmon gets gets everything that he wants with Fred macmurray the slime ball saying like. Hey I'm going to give you a promotion if you give me your apartment right. And he goes great and I have these. Music McMahon tickets that he swapped me for ask out the girl that I've always liked the elevator operator operator and she goes. Oh yeah well. I have an appointment but L.. Meet you I'll meet you there. Yes she used to the date. I'll have to. I'll have to do this. I have to do this thing I but I'll meet you there at l.. Be There by eight thirty. I was thinking. Oh Oh great who you know. And that's one thing billy wilder says by the way is is like if you can disguise your plot points in the movie. That's that's the sign of. How will how good of a writer you are? How well you're able to disguise your important plot points? Yeah so she kind of offhandedly says something like oh I have to meet someone in but I'll meet you there at eight thirty so when then becomes not Jack Lemmon. Pov and it becomes her Pov where you follow overheard to where she's meeting and she's meeting Fred macmurray. Yeah and she's basically going to have sex in Jack Lennon's apartment. Yeah man brilliant that's where it becomes that because it could have. The premise could have sustained itself where it was just how to succeed in business type. Yeah totally type movie. And that's where deepens and becomes it's such a great twist in such a but a twist that then means this movie is going to have to be serious at. Yes because that's a it's not treated in this lightweight of like. Oh my gosh you know. There's going to be slamming doors and these types of stuff. It's treated as like she's just her attitude of the beginning any of that. She's upset that he's been fucking around in stringing her along because she's really in love with them which I think is key to making this work. Exactly she's in love with Fred macmurray mcmurray during her log basically you know wants to be married and just wants to have sex with someone right and it's it just automatically deepens since this movie and turns it now from a lighthearted thing into a really deep moving affecting movie. Yeah it's it's one of my favorite things in movies where And as a writer it's so it's such a tricky thing on win. Departs out information to the audience and win to Parse it out to the actual characters And it's one of my favorite things when the audiences in on something that that you're protagonist doesn't quite know yet and it's about how he learns that stuff. Yeah because when you're watching the apartment and you know Shit like cubic is is dating or seeing sheldrakes but the poor SCHLUB. The Poor Chinook. Baxter doesn't know this yet. So when are we going to find this out. When's the shoe GONNA drop? Yeah and when is she going to find out That the apartment that she's boning in is his his and when she gonNa find out that she is just one in a long line which she finds out that the Christmas the office Christmas party really makes me want to move to New York and work in an office in nineteen sixty nine hundred sixty tastic the scenes? Yeah Billy wilder stages with a lot of people in them. I love those scenes. Yeah they look great. Movie is just two people talking but all those scenes in the bars on New Year's there they just make New York seem so alive and well in the huge office with And I think he. He's forced perspective kids in the back just crazy and then like you said all the bar scenes in that party scene there was something about putting a hundred people in a shot that you just kinda. Don't see as much anymore more. Yeah exactly well extras or background artists. They're so expensive..
"charles dell" Discussed on The Nerd Soup Podcast
"That's one one of the funniest things. Well there any other Disney plus shows that you're looking forward to that are coming out Lizzie. McGuire anything else. Space travel stuff right now. They're not gonNA put out like a Netflix type. Original drama looking for but why not the young luke further Canoga. Yeah Wow really everyone saying Sebastian in San. I don't think it's going to be what they're looking for like ten year old. Luke yeah like an eight year old Jacob Tremblay somebody said the kid from Joe Rabbit. We always go jake. Jake always brought up the kid from Joe Rabbit. That'll be interesting. Yeah Paul houser. Yeah you're big Paul Walton House. I think that the Guy Mitchell but I do know Guy Night Tanya I could see him showing up in Star Wars. I think he does have a name. So that's the first one I want for him but that would be a good casting yes really all excited for. Ob won the Disney. The marvel shows they're not gonNA make a fucking I don't know whether the kids like these. Days watchmen breaking bad on Disney plus. That's never going to happen happen. So that's what Sucks Man AG. netflix keeps fucking shit out. Hopefully it sticks and matching it says he was like now we are going to make a combat that could be like united. I did that with Moon Knight if they took the serious dramatic approach with moonlight. Because that's a character you go with. And that's actually our next story of Daniel Radcliffe is being eyed to play the character so thoughts it's on Daniel Radcliffe playing night and just moonlight overall nationally. Are you familiar moonlight. You probably not. I'm not he's like morals Batman but he's mentally. Ill apparently is like multiple personality analogy disorder. He's got a lot of stuff going on. I just read up on it for the first time in. He's fucking. He's interesting yet no. He's a very fascinating character. I always wanted him to get a movie because they mentioned him in winter soldier. We're actually when they mentioned what the rhythm who the algorithm is targeting. They mentioned. His name is mark. Spector will radcliff. I'll a bad actor I think he's great eight though but like the casting. There's news that they wanted a Jewish Zach. Ephron type you know as a Jewish Zac Efron type you Zach Ephron sack doc Ephron thank you ted. High praise to hear what happened on. English is freaking. Wait what happens. He's filming a documentary. Where in some kind of trying to kill Zach? Ephron was the name of the documentary or killing. Zack Ephron Wall. That's like some biggie. Yeah died died life after death and got hit by a poisoned something. I don't know I don't know I saw the twitter moment and I'm like yeah. He got some now from what I heard. He got some bacterial infection and he had to go on a life or death plane. Yeah Yeah Okay. Yeah Yeah I don't know if I'd rather others acuff Ron and Daniel Radcliffe. They had the perfect Zach after like we need like Kazak F rom type interest free. If only there was another second ron on a room for Charlotte Bom to that will be the Catholic. That's a guy. Go with Oscar until her job. I really liked Charlotte. Both I like him like in the Shiloh buff but this would be perfect for him because he's out of his mind so as Muna naturally shallow. He's good he's great with his face. He's we saw twitchy watching child. I always feel like he likes whatever he's doing. Yeah Peanut Butter Falcon. You just saw that and that is the Charlotte buff movie. He's also scrubs absolutely not a lot of talk for that for Award season did that was really fucking good movie I think towards the end maybe but yet DEIDRA. I don't think he's bad. He's got the Costanza effect. See the Moon Knight. Yeah don't do I see him and say I don't know I don't I see Radcliffe. Is more the Harry Potter. He'd be great. I only know him from the Harry potters and women black jungle. filmography while you're at it. He's got a pretty big one. Yes Broadway succeed in Business Steve Shemi. TBS Vehicle Yeah. Don't don't say that sentence is awful. The Stephen Chevy TVs. Yeah he's Stephen God. Well now. It's like an anthology now. They had the same cast. But now it's totally different story. Yeah so Steve Shami though does he carry over though maybe he he's still he's not God but he's the same way. That's a new story with American horror story type deal. Oh like the treaty Texas opposite had fish Emmy what a career American horror story. CanNot dammit. Why anybody else WanNa see as Moon Knight? We'll go. I mean I think he could be the best thing that Disney does take a real serious approach because I mean the award shows. They love stories like this. They love when people deal with characters with mental illness. who were trying to battle that and it's better if you put it within the superior world? That's the interesting thing with Moon Knight because the comics they play with is he mentally ill or is he being possessed by an Egyptian God. You don't know fees. Does he have superpowers or is he just out of his mind. God come from as because part of his character he was like in the two of them right and they found him and like to life he was pretty sure he was like an explorer. Something like that. But he's also he's a billionaire like Batman he's got the playboy personality. Ah Personality Mark Spector. He's also got like a personality where he's an actor randomly. A famous actor goes out of his mind. What about the kid that plays Jonathan and stranger under things? Charlie Heaton I see that yeah. He's kind of got that like no offense. Yeah he's got a weird face. He's good looking team buddies unique looking like Adam driver. I'll take that ooh that'd be that'd be interesting casting. I said that I address. Yeah congratulations you put in two of your career performances and finishes saw war series. What do you WANNA do next? I'm GonNa Play Moon Knight on. Why not doing it? Tell Edison's doing Loki. If he's not doing an Oscar this year no but Tom Medicines a good actor. Good I yeah. I think moonlight would've in yet. I would have been a better movie for me. Yeah I think he's a perfect character. 'cause I hope he's in the movies but it looks like these Disney Sie plus shows are going to cross over with the movies rather than the Netflix shows. Yeah they never did. They never got that chance. WE'RE GONNA Cash Dracula that's like the famous. Why famous but that I was kind of like the clip going not clip comicstrip famous comics ship? That was going around. When they said they were making a Moon Knight Series and it was the Dracula? One right what does he call them. I remember it and it's famous some famous clip. It was good Jacqueline Woodson recalls recalls. Jackie like a punk bitch or whatever like that's cool now they're GONNA WANNA Cash Dracula. WHO'D YOU GET DRACULA ALL GABE from the office? Luke Evans I I love. That came from the office. Yeah I forget he's In Silicon Valley Chad. Okay terrible you mean you know he's a walking dracula you really know is. The walking. Skeleton Jackson told sucks but God Charles Charles Dance and that is a scary I was he dracula usually usually me. He was one of the traffic. You Know Luke Evans was Dracula. What dragons old isn't that? The new one thousand one. That was supposed to kick off the Monster Evans. I know but Charleston. Charles Dell's dances in the movie. And he's like another dracula. I think I feel tutor. Do Jacket when he was like Dracula like tooks he was resigning. They say. God presents a neutral. You Watch yet. Yeah awesome right yeah. It was very good. I knew you'd like that. I wish they would have got an Argentinean actor. Though but Jonah. The price price looks so much like Francis this perfect China the price and Anthony Hopkins going back and forth. Yeah they had some really good scenes. I was surprised by how Good how good the dialogue log was. Yeah there's a very good move and the politics of the church. What a place I'd be? I'd pope up no way. I'm trying to see you like like the whole thing with the Ghetto Gills Pope Francis buckets too much. You always not walking on ice. No he doesn't walk with ease on iced out anymore. Oh ice barrel he really. Yeah so he's cooking up something vehicle fresh though the Pope Mobile. Yeah Oh my God. I wrote down that old. Fresh strolled the streets. Now what's the gas on that. Are you kidding me. You got gas unlimited again. You think they care that thing you have to. What's the mileage on gone off that blood of Christ flipping around the pope mobile they feed G? Well don't talk about abuse. Come on all right. Let's move on. Don't kid around cats. Let's talk about cats. Do we have to. Yeah it's an abomination that everybody kind of agrees is an abomination. I I WANNA see it and see how long it takes for me to walk out onto a game yeah. I'm we should do that. It's like holding your breath it's got to witness it and all its have you seen it. No no but from what I've heard of you guys said you WANNA win some more bets this year right so I'm gonNA write down time in my notes on my iphone and I'm gonNA. Let's see how long it takes for him to walk out feeling you take the old and now. He's in a walkout because he wanted if I might not walk out. I've never walked out out of a movie in my life. I've never sat through movie the closest I've ever gotten was assassin's creed streuli terrible. I don't know that's the worst movie I've ever seen in theaters. I wished I did that. Were that's a great video game. I'm a how you fucking botch that. That's but cats what do you what do you think and I. I just know the story in just know from what I've heard about the musical like that's not something you adapt. I don't even know what the musical no one does. But as far as just like the people they picked to show like people have said the musical Nicole is horrifying to watch and not no not that scary but that it's just the visual detail. Bizarre mcclay Ms You understand like even like Hamilton like if they ever what to doing in the heights. Alex Awesome because before I saw that trailer. I'm like Hamilton. Like if they ever do make a movie out of it and like how. How did they do that like just trying to? It's a totally different first thing but now they're seeing that can it's very similar and very Lin Manuel Miranda. I mentioned that I saw Hamilton. I'll say did you put this in here so you can talk about Hamilton. No that just came up but okay husband the CNN. CATS IT'S GONNA lose seventy million dollars staring into your. Nash is a big. You buy tickets for cats know for Did see cats over over Hamilton. Did you buy seconds. No it was. It doesn't count so you didn't really see rain. Not What now you gotta buy tickets to Hamilton. WanNa say you saw Hamilton. Now if you bought your tickets for Hamilton and people will make fun of you feel like Salmon. Everybody does the lottery. You know what I'm telling you to go to a plaque and sees don't go..
"charles dell" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"In our last rotten tomatoes game of the year. We'll be looking back on some moments that defined two thousand nineteen nineteen here at the Adam. Corolla show it was arguably the year of standup Adams. New Year's resolution was to perform more the as man came through not talk about material very old roast of Alec Baldwin and of course countless performances throughout the country and across the Los Angeles Metropolitan area in honor of that. Let's discuss a movie about to stand stand up. Comedians played by Adam Sandler. And Seth Rogan. Two thousand nine. Funny People Could Move Nice movie. Don't I feel like Sandler can do good work. And sometimes he gets a little bit punish sometimes because it's sandler uncut gemstones. Yeah I I'm interested in your thoughts on that. Brings you know after you said I have not seen it. Either it's very high on rotten tomatoes right now and there's there's a weird kind of a thing which is it's sort of like Sandler getting nominated is sort of like Corolla getting a doc in Sundance. It ruin it for everyone for achievements. Claude didn't go to college and he's doing what you're doing. He who does that. Mean for me Don's the beret. Hey super woke so you gotta be careful because if you put sandler in that group now everyone's going after cookers next right. All right. Uncut Gems Ninety three percent one hundred with two people. Well that's surprising. Yeah I think there's eleven people but it's not one hundred it's one hundred all all right. This is perfectly serviceable and in entertaining movie and it does. It's one of the few kind of standup movies. Where the guy doc play comes across as Standard Hook? It works like you go. He's doing jokes in in in his friends are funny and Blah Blah Blah and. It's got some it's got some fun stuff in it and there's some really good moments in this moving. I feel like It is it'll be knocked around a little 'cause it's a comedy because it's Sandler but I remember the criticism was it was a little too long a little Last night but it's it's not bad Chris. Alert is very like wellness okay. There is capable of greatness. He is I I say. Yeah like Little Nicky all right. I'm going to say sixty three little higher at seventy nine also said seventy nine funny. People is fresh at sixty nine audience. Orange Fan thought funding throw game. We'd be a a little more lighthearted and the director of knocked up and whatever. We should end this thing where people go in with a lot of preconceived you know what I mean like they go. Well you expect this and you got that like I don't know just go see a movie and if you like a great Adam Sandler movie is punch drunk love. I own that movie. I don't think that come. I didn't know what it was a POW. It's a bit of. It's a bit of a head all right. And what are we all right with all the negative headlines. It's easy to forget the two thousand nineteen was also a year for our own Gina. Grad got engaged a few months ago. And if you're a fan of the water cooler a sideshow of resume you know that Chris Maxwell Patas tying the knot as well. All of us are looking forward to attending. Oh I was asking Chris. But honestly off the their gear goes going to be in here later. Yeah he know how we say like. Hey play that song. Play that song because people enjoying what. We're not doing it away to put you down. We're doing away build you up. Yeah the audience wall original music is Great. This is original to the band Chicago and everyone loves you know what I'm saying okay. I asked Chris and I didn't know how to say it without sounding bad. But I I wanted to know Jen's pretty successful person Easter pre-nup because normally the fellas are on the happy. You know what I mean like. We're not discussing the merits of signing a premium. And I'm not I'm not saying there's a winner and a loser but the person that wants the prenups obviously doing better and certainly I know the garage is probably crafted. A bunch is your pre-announced but I don't know if he's been on the loot the FBI. There's one side the other side of the Mahogany desks. I broke roadway. He'd just what would he advise you. You know what I'm saying he's GonNa be in here now. I'm just saying you want me to talk to him. I certainly feels like there's a winner and loser when your position. Yeah well the fact is would be if she didn't have a pre-nup and yeah you know the fifty percent divorce or we're in Hollywood. Yeah I mean you're not really in Hollywood but I mean we're in Hollywood. I mean not actually in Hollywood. Hello Jason Yeah I mean Showbiz but you know what I'm saying I'm just saying thank Garrett is going to be in here. I know so. Don't squander that don't you winning and losing side just say if I'm presented with this what what would you like to give it a quick look. See everyone says. Don't get the lawyers involved. You've got to protect yourself. Chan's got protect yourself a great Brian. He he didn't say Chen is implied. Pretty clearly yeah okay. She's pretty successful. And and who knows how much more successful she could be four seven eleven years. Sure and also we don't know what direction your going. She's very high. We kind of no. No we don't but there could be at all about one person moving out the other person's sliding exacerbates the differences where you're saying it's advance in a retard. Yeah Retard isn't negative. Sounds like other whatever that what would that. This is coming across. Yeah whatever the gap is between two right now. Well it's not yet. Oh right. The gap now the gap can grow by Gen Chen moving up or can grow by Gen moving up and you sliding down a little bit but either way it's bound widening its distance when there's a tear in in a sweater. Yeah over the years. It doesn't get smaller. Never never right. Well this is the same thing. Can't be mended okay. I'm just saying burgers can walk through the door and fifty five minutes g a favor. Yeah trying to say congratulations. Thanks guys. Thanks for the. I didn't want to have this conversation off the air or on the air but but we did both well. I got to know Gen a little on the cruise and she used to hang onto. She worked really hard to get where where she's got you know. Yeah so I just think it'd be dragged down to see half of that. Go Away thank you yeah okay all right sorry. Sorry we have to have this conversation in private. And I'll talk to gary she. Yeah well let me talk to Karen. Okay sorry go ahead all right. So all of us are looking forward to attending nineteen ninety-seven my best friends wedding leading garrison used to book Perkins Palace and they got a lot a-list fans in that place so while we're talking about pre-nup There's also I mean. He had the tubes in there in the early eighties. They had some. That's peppy hits. I'm just saying wall. We're talking about the pre-nup maybe we'll set last on the list. I'm not the whole set list. But a couple of suggestions GARRIGA that guy he booked Parkin's Palacios. Alice goes a ship. He knows what he's doing. You don't get a lot of face time with that guy. Okay take your favorite the best friends wedding. Oh Oh my best friends wedding. Who's the guy whatever? Yes is he still thing. Okay Yeah I never seen this young Pinochle Lada. All right What like I can't I don't know if this is good or not if I because I'm not a rom com person so if I saw this I was probably five years old or whatever when it came out isn't it? He's gay in the movie. That's her gay best friend and he becomes her kind of her beard so she can try and get the other guy back. I guess I remember. This was okay. This is a people sort of thought. This was a nice movie Brian. I'm drawing dead on awesome Oliver members that after pretty woman Julia Roberts bottomed out a little bit like she had a bunch of bad choices and then she had a big comeback. At some point. I can remember it was this or runaway bride or there was Notting Hill. There is some big nodding hill. I think yeah runaway bride no Notting Hill. This isn't the big comeback. All right all right. They didn't like this ask but they didn't hate it. She's so likeable. And it's innocuous it's not not hurting no foul you guys in sure fifty five total shell the dark sixty six sixty. My Best Friend's wedding is certified. Nice seventy three. Oh Wow oh wow even across the board seventy through the audience rarely see that all right so they liked it all right i. Twenty nineteen was a big year for someone else. Awesome the Corolla Universe mark. KEIRA GOOSE I. Hey you gotta speaking okay. He'll be coming through that door about forty nine minutes. Now between Colin Cavic. The fire fast cash jussie small at Guy's been keeping busy. We asked for his favourite lawyer movie but never heard back but but we all figured it would be a canvas face two thousand. Three's legally blonde two. Oh sure red white and blond legally blonde was a great movie. It was really fun. Broadway musical hit you WanNa know range please. The Guy who directed the hammer directed legally onto tale. Charles Herman worm felt. That's a great name change. It was funny because he is so gay. And and it'd be mean Kevin hench Dan there and he'd be like when you sparty where boxing hat boxing hat headgear. Yeah thing Pat Cox guys boxing but it was funny because anche inch was like Charles. You take care of the Lovey dovey stuff and we'll take care of the blue collar stuff. So that's that's why probably turned out. There's Charles Charles. And he's with Jane Lynch Star. The Dan Lynch stars film unaccredited. Jane Lynch because people didn't win the name. It's probably savvy. I think Charles recall that a friend a favor and or Hinch I maybe hinch newer but either way her people are like no names. I just talked talk to someone the other day. It's like I love that. See you Jane Lynch Hardware Stars like Yeah Anyway. No names Kaftan. We're watching. We're looking at Charles Dell's in a what do they call it rock. It's a Kaftan. Can we would Vinnie Vinnie. We call the long dress like a shawl. Yeah now that's a damn but it looks for anyone listening. It looks like a long summer that very much like I appreciate the comfort. But there's a situation ruin. Well you wear your sheet your colorful sheet down the red carpet right right. Yeah and you're walking down there. Mind your own beeswax in your sheet your summary Sheet Sudden Maria menounos POPs out with a microphone. Tell me all about the film and Hugo. She's crazy looking good and then she goes yeah. Tell me about your latest project showing a little cleavage there. Somebody got gussied seat up for the red carpet. Next thing you know Boehner right. There's no you gotta walk the whole rest of the carpet with Boehner in your sheet. No thank you Bob Dixie. I if I won't out my my calf can count in capped. I'm working to repair pair. Tommy John and that's smart down. Strap it man. Do you think this gentleman had that problem with preeminence Charles..
"charles dell" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
"Everybody. Welcome Dr Podcast. We do appreciate you supporting the people that support the pod. Keep the wind in the sails of the Corolla pirate ship checkup. Dr Dot TV If you sign up there send out a blast. When I do a live stream? I can answer any questions live right then you just call in and if you get that blast will push you to the head of the pack get in to get ahead of the queue. We're GONNA take some calls here today. and also Dr Drew Dot Com. Don't forget to after dark. Check it all out there. And of course Adam Adam and drew still underway nick. Some three eleven nick. I don't think I've seen you in three years or something or maybe more. Well we cross paths briefly here when I was Adam show so I don't i. That was still if I was sick I was still probably a year or so ago I have not been sick much lately. Was it within the last year From what was sick from I don't know but it was within. I would say the past five months. Maybe just eight now but he just sleepiness over the summer tour with offspring so was that it was good it was. I loved the offspring that was two years ago this year. We were promoting March twentieth. While while March nineteenth would have been the day. You're thousand nine months ago. I love those guys I I love you. Know The dextrous a great guy and such a great guy uh. I hung out with noodles ally. News Greg flies he just comes in does the show and leave noodles. No was a great hang. That's so fun. So how are you. I'm good how are you. The Band is good. Everyone's everyone's good. We've been you'll play a long time. We're approaching thirty year anniversary. No it's right. We started on June tenth nineteen ninety. So Oh my God that seems crazy to me and I did Love Line with you in in the nineties in the early early ninety S. Now I know I will. I know that early days of your band. I wouldn't have said it was thirty years good. It's unbelievable that's unbelievable man. Well okay in a cross original five original band members so that's a crazy longtime have. Yeah it's still kinda like each other. We still pretty much like each other especially because we just had a You know about six weeks away from each other so now we got back in advance practice yesterday and it was nice. It was great there are live coming up in Saint Louis at the patent theater December. Twelve Minneapolis apple is the armory December. Fifteenth Chicago December Fifteenth tickets at three eleven dot com. If you've not seen three eleven live seriously. You're one of the greatest bands live if even a mild fan of three eleven will love them. Live and give you really well. We work hard at putting on his good shows we can. I'm looking at something else. New Digital Comic Book a CBD Line. Tell me about all this stuff going on. Yeah we had our own They call a graphic novel where the band members Czar superheroes. Yeah no sewing climbs in space and tastic and we Source some really great great hemp based CBD and I originally got into that because my mom was fighting multiple Myeloma and it really gave her a lot of relief. Fishy was going through stem cell therapy and everything she said. No she is In I guess they call it remission. She she's doing better for awhile and our numbers back up a little bit but she's coming down for Thanksgiving she. She moved from Texas out to now she's up near Stanford so she's getting really good care up there but You know she definitely extended her life with the treatments but you know multiple myeloma 's usually a terminal. It's a it's a it's a treacherous illness. Yeah it's hard to predict how it's GonNa go jeff kidney problem or no no go has really weak Thighbone oh it's got a tumor. Yeah they're just. It's like a Swiss cheese bone painful. They replaced it So she's he's getting mobile again but It's it's scary what you have for Since I moved from what would have been two thousand twelve and that we found out about it. So let's gets a long. That's a good course good. We're doing good here and usually when does go to keeps doing good. You know it's kind of the way things go. India is. I'm thinking about the chorus that you've been time known you we've been through a lot and Your recovery's good. Yeah I feel good I love. I love Alanon how you were talking in the caller earlier. It's just a let's do this. Let's take a call because I think you might like this call to and then we'll talk more detail about Alanon because I I I. It's a program that doesn't get enough attention. Yeah and it. It bothers me because it's a crucial piece of and pretty much. Everybody could benefit for pretty much. Everybody and certainly in general yeah in all addicts eventually with the sober long enough they. They're codependency stuff starts to. I don't WanNa say emerge but it'd become relevant and it's time to look at that Charles. You have a question. Yes I do. Drew Also just want to say I love three eleven and it's really amazing to hear that all five members of together this whole time anything truly unique. Yeah well I hate to bring it down but I was calling about You you know here in. La We have a massive homeless problem. A lot of it. One of the crime you see is coming from people who are really mentally impaired in. My question is really simple. Simple I guess. The city doesn't have a policy or plan to deal with mental health and I think the ACLU stepped in drew. You tell us what could be done on what should be done okay. Is there other states. That don't have as many rules. That are doing something because it's a tragedy to just be there look to San Diego. San Diego is actually she having success. They are looking at mental health problem managing mental health problem and guess what homeless going down so A Charles Dell's read a book called American psychosis. If you WANNA know how this happens. That book nails. It tells you exactly the history that led to the point where in and it helps elucidate what we should be doing to solve it so here you go ready. We have to revisit the Lantern Petris Short Act. which in the early seventies overnight? We you went from need for care as the criteria for treating psychiatric patients. Dr Felt the person needed care. They got care we went from need to care to harm to self or other. There is a giant distance between that person needs care. And I'm going to kill myself. Kill somebody else. There's a lot we could fill in there to help help people who are struggling so revisit. Landa Patriots changed the definition of gravely disabled to expand availability conservative so families there are thousands thousands of families who want their loved one back and we'll have resources and rooms for them and doctors to help take care of them. They have to have conservative ship to get them back and get them stabilized. They can get out of the conservative after while Vocational Rehab but until they stabilize expand the conservative three x modify prop forty seven so addicts have some motivation to get well leaving addiction as purely whatever the death sentence for drug addicts. You're killing people at the rate of three a day. You're a murderer. If you don't help motivate wake address addicts up if you're not doing something to push them towards recovery. You're leaving them to die and I would say you're a murderer period. Nick any quarrel about that one. I'm just but why did it get so much worse so recently. Hill or know. No it got worse. Well the opiate addiction everything and then math. Those are the two that are out there on the streets. He got worse because we put in forty seven fifty seven and so it became. You can use drugs and traffic drugs problem. So we're all the drug addicts in the country. Went they came to us and they're using and it's on and then they've added Meth into the opiates. That's and that's really made it extremely problematic. It's just very difficult to treat people that happened and and then we appropriately move people out of the prisons. That's the great news here that we always have all the mental health patients in the prisons. They're not in the prisons anymore. Good news there on the streets so good job. Everybody you COULDA helped these people. People are stabilized. We're done something. And then finally you're going to have to enforce vagrancy laws and then create enough psychiatric beds and create enough teams. which is something other I worry about and we are having massive psychiatry shortage in this country but if we get start getting some beds together expand gravely disabled? This whole thing will go away. That's all we have to the whole thing's over the way they're approaching the way they're approaching it is anathema. It's Ki- it's absolutely opposite. What's needed? I was watching this movie. Update update which has a dystopia in future where everybody's homeless because of AI. And lose our jobs. I was like no that doesn't ring true. I think a lot of jobs out there. That's fantastic so and that's you know that's and again. We're talking about the chronically homeless not the people trains at home for the transient homeless. Someone down are there locks. I'M GONNA losing a job. Somebody's losing their ability to pay their rent. The average duration on the street is three months. People figure it out if they don't have mental illness they'd do get through it. There are resources but when mental illness is in the way or drug addictions in the way. Now you have people dying now. You have chronic homelessness got it. Yeah WHO's stopping number two the conservative ship thing. That sounds all the state. It's all the state there. The they did a pilot program in San Francisco. Where if you've been on hold something like eight times than last last year they can put you on a conservative ship? Wow great they've got expanded. It's all state of California BS. They have to do L. P. S. They have to expand conservatives have to revise. forty-seven it's really the the laws here that have created the mess. I remember once about a decade ago. You told me that the the laws in California where they even for a doctor even if you know that this person is just drug seeking yeah and they say. I have pain even tow. That was this story. Yes isn't that change. Change Your yes God. I'm so glad you remember that you make it easier exciting me because I tell that history now people don't believe me so back then if somebody if I knew somebody who was a drug addict act and they came to me and said I'm having horrible pain and I didn't treat them. You would be in trouble accurate. I KHUDA jail out there. Were there was definitely lots of civil suits for abuse. Use of patients for inadequate treatment of pain in in you could no clear as day. It's a heroin addict looking for drugs. All they have to get the right attorney. You're done you're toast. So it started happening happening was all the doctors knew that and were scared of that and sent all their patients to pain. Management Pain Management took the position. That pain is whatever the patient says it is paying controls..
"charles dell" Discussed on Pop Culturing
"Why am I planning to Sweetie? Because it's the mess around. It is the best round but in what part of the movies song play when they're driving down the hall the highway and Neal Sleeping is he is and Dell is not always new. Gm Out too little Charles. Dell's trying to get his coat off. Well this is before. He's trying to get us. Coast a little warm in that car. Didn't it well. He threw cigarette out the window. It's a great song and I don't really know a whole lot of Ray Charles. They hold hold them in. High regard is one of the probably a better singer songwriter. Piano people of all time. But it's not like I bought a bunch of Ray Charles CDs that you've always loved that Song just because has the movie right right but anyways so this is a movie that's very near and dear to my heart. I celebrate this movie with two friends of mine that we kind of text each each other. The weeks previous to Thanksgiving because it's a Thanksgiving movie. You text each other before Thanksgiving. I think like what we do is like two weeks before I send send each other youtube clips or Trivia about the movie to get ready to get ready because we always watch it in our own houses But we always kind of each other in mind so shout out to Chris Hansen and Charlie download. Those are the two guys that I think like this movie. The most I mean I think my friend Chris said not only is it like the best comedy of all time and this may be overstating but he's like it's truly the best movie ever okay. Well and I. I don't know if I'd go that far. I like empire strikes back like a bunch of other kind of powerhouse movies but this is in the I watch it every year. I watched this this movie more often than I watched probably any other movie. I think possibly leak because it's become a like a tradition in our our house will. Actually we watch while we're in Seattle with your brother and we always watch it on Thanksgiving so now our girls watch it every year. So yeah I mean it's it's definitely definitely made its way into our lives. It's not just a Do can you name any other Thanksgiving moving while the girls watch home alone every year till Oh is that do they go. That's a that's more of a Christmas movie Christmas but I mean definitely like Halloween on Halloween. You Watch I watched the shining or something like that around Halloween. You know I was telling the girls the other day. The tradition that I had growing up was at spring break on spring break. We would always go see my aunt and Florida and that's when they would play. The wizard of Oz was around Easter. So I had a tradition of watching the wizard of Oz at Easter are and only because we were at the mercy of the television. Because we didn't have it on. DVD and Vhs so you had to watch it whenever they replayed it. So I always had a tradition with that And you know Elf. Yeah we have about Christmas movies. I love all critical on thirty Fourth Street. Yeah there's a billion Christmas movies Thanksgiving civic leaders like home for the holidays I think that's jody foster movie or maybe it's not maybe beyond client the wrong thing. It was I remember. It's a Thanksgiving movie because Jodi foster was the director Robert Downey junior was in it and he was like hydro whole entire time. WHO's on substance? Yeah and she knew it they were really good friends and it was. It's just that whole story tough. Shoot ah well you know. I think Robert Downey junior and again. He's so been he's been in recovery for a really long time and has done amazing job. You remember all that stuff with Robert Downey Junior. Oh Yeah and then. He found the love of his life and he did and it was her birth. How random that I know this but it was her birthday because I just saw him post something to her on twitter so anyway so to have getting back to PTA? And that's what I call it for abbreviation perspective. Active okay I just think it's a movie that fits. The comedy is second to none but it also has has a lot of endearing moments in this relationship between these two strangers. They come together in an effort to get home for Thanksgiving They're Thanksgiving dinner. And and I guess I'm just going to jump around as I always do on this show and I kind of wish I could rewatch it. So spoiler alert Doug Griffiths wife Marie. He is dead the whole movie. You know that speaks spoiler in case someone hasn't seen it honey. Yes that's why spoiler alert. Okay did you give enough time though I give a second right and it came out in one thousand nine hundred seven so if you haven't seen a fight now so sure that you deserve to get more than a second. I wish I could go back in time and see at what point. I figured out that Jack Del Griffith play John Candy. His wife was not there because I think I was pretty oblivious but they do drop a bunch of hints. They do but not in like a sixth seventh six cents way where you go back and go. Wow they were so obvious like He. He drops a few hands. But you can also look at those things. And they're very normal. Yeah like a few hits. It's is. He carries that picture of her. We'll here's the pitcher but you could carry a pitcher if you're dead or alive. He doesn't have a suitcase. He has a tr- footlocker Walker. Yes he has like a toy that's he doesn't have a home that's what he says at the end. The movies like I don't have a home so that's I haven't been home in years. He says that's one obvious hint. But on that footlocker he has like. There's a bunch of Lake Stabs if you just travels around with this so okay so let's get deep for a second. So Dow Gel doesn't have anywhere that he calls home. I don't think he does a great question. Like I can't say with having apartment or something somewhere I think think I think and this is why the movie great. I think that he is still grieving. His wife hit the loss of his wife and he doesn't want to have home hall without her without her. So it's been eight years so in eight years he's lived in hotel rooms and just been when he's a very social guy so it seems like he has friends everywhere. Yeah and when neo page enters his life he's like sweet a new friend right and how it starts art but I am reminded me a little bit of up in the air. George Clooney's movie even though he does have an apartment but there's nobody in it rate exact. He's a salesman and he's like travelled more than anybody's Mr Miles so that was one hint when he says I've been home in years. That's another another hint. When they get stuck in Wichita he says You called home. I called the brain would in right and if he is as if he is in love with his wife. As you would think the first call you make home. Yeah instead. He calls the hotel right so really subtle and nuanced. Well I guess why doesn't he want why doesn't he feel the pressure to get home to his wife. The way that Neil feels the pressure to get home to his wife right and I think Dell is trying to to pretend that he really wants to go somewhere but he's just enjoying this whereas Neil is You know they show clips of his kids. Well that's the other thing like in the whole movie. Maybe they go. They show clips of his kids at the House. But that's because neal is the protagonist to the movie right so it's like you don't you don't you think about the fact that WHO's ever point of view you're supposed to be following and we know that from the beginning because the opening scene is Neil. Hey funny business meeting reading where he's running late with fair spillers dad. Yes but he knows that he's the one you're supposed to be following so after There at the beginning of the first hotel after Doug Griffeth takes all of the towels and he's drinking beer and he smoke in and he's like making all all those horrific noises with his mouth declare sinuses or he'll snore. Finally Neil Flip Lid. He does and this. This is just a quick clip for them to discriminate. You choose things that are that are funny. Or were mildly amusing or interesting. You're a miracle your stories have none of that. They're not even amusing accidentally. Honey del Griffith. He's got some amusing anecdotes. FAURIA AUREA orders. A Gun Zeke and blow your brains out. You'll thank me for it. I tolerate any any insurance. Seminar are for days I could sit there and listen to them. Go on and on the big smile on my face. Let's say how can you stand it. I'd say because I've been with Dell Griffeth breath I can take anything so he goes on. That's just the beginning of his soapbox just tearing Delta Shreds seen so mean gene. But don't you think everybody identifies with Neal. Well scousers bells out there in the world. Okay so first of all we need to back up in a lot of ways because we need to back up this is why yes. I completely identify with Neil and I probably would have lost my mind before that moment. I would have never been and so mean to a person. I don't I hope not. Maybe we sometimes we lose our minds but but I also want to say that I. I don't know how to say this like the first like thirty minutes of this movie. Maybe I our this movie I find it hard to watch because it's uncomfortable liberally uncomfortable but I. It's so interesting because I watch it with you and I watch it with other people and you tell me about how much people love it but all these horrible things are happening like. I'm not getting enjoy watching what you think it's funny. Well I mean now I do because now I know exactly but let me just say that the for and against people who I love this movie. You're like oh it's so bad I'm not saying I dislike it. I'm saying it's not like an easy calm. Watch for me. It's kind of like an uncomfortable. I know it's worth it. You know you and I have talked on pop culturing a lot about movies that earned their ending like a Shawshank redemption and Dhingra. PTA has one of those you were you go through it with them and you. The ending feels earned. So I get that and it's part of our our family but I don't enjoy the first. I forty five minutes to this movie. I'm like really. This isn't the first forty five.
"charles dell" Discussed on No Such Thing As A Fish
"The show okay. It's time for our final fact of the show. And that is Andy. Factors that the economist John Maynard Keynes once bought a priceless Suzanne Painting and then hid it in a hedge. All right good. Yeah Well it was hedge fund was really an economist. The end that's action so this is a fact from a podcast. That's coming out very shortly actually and it's by friend of the show. A few of US know Tim half who is the undercover uncover economist. And it's called has new show cautionary tales and it's all about sort of mishaps basically things. I haven't gone to plan fiascos gray. Mishaps taps stuff oil tankers crashing. And and I've seen a bit of it and I it's going to be an extremely good show. Oh it sounds amazing. I mean it sounds like we're going to be stealing a lot from I mean looking at it hasn't even come out and we're ready stealing from Laura Ling borrowing sorry legally borrow back. Yeah Yeah so anyway. Tim sent me this fact. And it's about Qian's or canes but I've read Canes Online so right canes by think we I should say canes and it was in the it was in one thousand nine hundred nine. The festival was grinding on. He was a bright young economist and he realized that front very weak two and Britain was going to need to collect a massive amount of loan money and he wanted to buy up artistic masterpieces masterpieces on behalf of Britain. So then the British government wouldn't need to collect quite as much loan money. Britain would have a lot of new art works and also he felt a bit embarrassed just about working for the war effort because he was quite a quite a pacifist and a lot of his friends had come ditched him over his stance in the war. So he got Charles Dell's home. Who was the director of the National Gallery Onside and he found a huge art auction? That was happening in Paris. All of daggers collection was being sold and they went to the auction auction. Homes had shaved his moustache so he wouldn't be recognized as the director of the National Gallery just in case and the auction was required because Paris was in the middle of being bombed by Germany at the time of the auctions and not many people turned up and homes built over twenty masterwork paintings and they had to blank check from the government. They had twenty thousand pounds a huge amount and canes Qian's bottoms officers in and they travel back to England he'd been traveling for twenty four hours and he was visiting friends in the countryside home and he was so good that he just chuckled. Suitcase in the hedge with this priceless is and he walked into the House and he said this is. I'm in the hedge outside if you want to go and look so I've been to this house else have you. Yeah it's it's cool Charleston and it's in it's in Sussex it's very near my inlaws went to it. Recently was part of the Bloomsbury Group House. It's so over Julia Wolfe sister. Who lived there with her artistic friend slash lover and his lover? It was a complicated situation in. The House is amazing. It's full of incredible edible art like Walter Sick Arts. We'll secrets original stuff which I studied because if you remember there was a theory that he was Jack The ripper Patricia. TRICIA CORNWALL SO I was looking for clues. Painting's probably bullshit. Probably I did it I know yeah so. It's an amazing house. I'll probably past the hedge so cool. I'm still confused about why. He didn't just bring the suitcase into the the house. Ask if he could leave whenever you come back from holiday and all the way to copy this just going to throw it in. It feels like there's something missing from the account because it's all from him right again from his friends. My think maybe part. It might have been because he wanted to make an entrance and say hey gets me and the price of art in the head is not just everyone an hour ago. Why have you been at the hedge? Man rushed out that sounds like because they wanted to see it and they gathered around it by moonlight and it was. It was quite nice. The reason he bought it was because the National Gallery director had refused. Because it was Suzanne who I think was a post impressionist and it was very avenue God and to go for the National Gallery to be buying. And I'M NOT GONNA waste my money on. This is to to edgy. and Qian's was bit more out there and he said I'll buy it while he was out there for normal almost society but then he feels like he was the straitlaced one of the brooms preset like with bridging a gap. I think 'cause he but he had such a central role in not set of people. Who would just office great which you didn't pick two kings being and so he was there with Yeah Wolf and the West and an foster and one thing that they were all very relaxed about and I find this interesting society was pretty relaxed. About was the fact that he was bisexual and for the first years of sexual life he was only had advocation. The men and I find that so bizarre because he can immediately after Oscar Wilde who oversee you know we know what happened to him and then immediately before Alan Turing but there was obviously st this relaxation for this thirty year period and so he was really promiscuous. And you had this love triangle with listen straight she who was then became came very jealous of him going out with someone else and it was she who said things like his common sense is an oft freezer volcano which you can really and he said he hated how he treats his love affair statistically which is kind of true he kept the spreadsheet? He did he well. It may not have been full-on spread sheep sheep. He used to record the numbers in his diary. which you know if you were just a number and someone starry? Well I'd be quite proud number doesn't if it's a school board yet. Didn't he. Have lots of codes something for everything that they did eh. This written down by think he would he would have sex with someone and then he would have like a s raynal sex. You know different things different things and then I think he would give people by their initials but then if it was just a dalliance it would be blokhin a hedge. I apologize my suitcase onto him. I think that would be no names. It would just be awesome in this this situation bellboy. Hey you had the Swede of the National Gallery the soldier of the baths the French. Conscript the lift boy at Vauxhall uh-huh and still no blue plaque at vauxhall righteous he. He also revolutionized economics L. Rich incredible and he so he had only studied economics for eight weeks during his student days as he never sat an examiner. He studied classics Maths and then he only started probably going into it when he was offered a lectureship in economics as twenty-five and then he just turned up been started revolutionizing the art and then he almost went bankrupt three times in his life despite being the greatest economists of history. Hey it was the great depression impression that was one of the first one was when England went to the Golden Standard as in pegged the pound with the gold on. He gambled against the happening and lost ships of the money. And then he speculated against the war he didn't think the wall would happen and he lost his shits. It's on the money on that and then the Great Depression which I think we can understand. Actually I mean all of it. We can kind of understand but Gosh Yeah Gamboa la he got one thing really right which was about the treaty of site so he was present in Versailles as the representative for the Treasury Financial Rep and in one thousand nine hundred and he was arguing these compensation payments that. You're suggesting Germany makes too high and this is an insane impulse and it will lead to disaster. In the long run and spun. He was he was kind of kept out of the room. Actually so he was left to try and you know he and a couple of other rats advising around the edges saying this may not work And he failed. Basically because the impulse to punish Germany was very strong pre hem in Churchill. Wasn't I feel the same things they were just outside the Rim bitching about stupid verse. I O but they were laughing in their face later. One thing that you didn't get right was he said I don't think he's GonNa got right is he said that. By twenty thirty everyone in the Western world will be working a fifty hour workweek prediction. Things go badly wrong. We might be. He only workaholics. Would be working more than that and everyone else progression would get so much that you could do that amount of work and you get paid enough that the rest of your time you could be at leisure because basically it technology would have been able to do stuff for us houses idea. Yeah why he didn't realize as technology goes up so does the number of people who have to work at that technology Robots actually just make more work house. They do realize that not supposed to happen but he did think very very sensible thing. which was that the obsession with money society has is insane He thought it was like this crazy. Social Pathology because why do you want money. What you what you want is leisure? What makes humans up his leisure time and so we thought we should all be striving towards is that you know three hours work day then sounds like a good idea? Does Fingers Crossed Twenty thirty ten years as Waco he was. He had this thing about his personal life. Now we've covered the economics so he had a really lovely marriage as I I can tell he married a ballerina. Could Lydia Lopukhov all the puck over. But he was working fused by this. I decided fall in love with women and became confused by that. The first woman enough with he said I seem to have fallen in love with rail little bit but she isn't male. I haven't been able to think of any suitable steps to take hedge for his opinion. He married this Valerie eventually and he took her on honeymoon to. I think it was Sussex but he had this honeymoon where he invited some other people and one of the people he invited was victim. Stein the philosopher Stein. WHO's not not much of a laugh to have a honeymoon? It sounds really unpleasant. Apparently he spend the whole six days making her feel shit. She was a bit lower social class near the original select show. Yeah like make really stupid and eventually. She apparently made a remark about how beautiful a tree was and he said what do you mean by that challenging. enging her to explain US burst into tears. Well absolutely can't when he when kings I saw his future wife at the ballet I I read he described as a rotten dancer with a stiff bottom. Very nice actually a stiff bottom. I don't know that the bottom. Yeah so impaired with Russian dancers a couple of art things uh-huh of hidden art so a few years back there was a guy who was watching a movie with his daughter and in in the movie was watching with Stuart Little and in the movie in the background he noticed this painting that looked suspiciously similar to a lost avant-garde paging that was from Hungary. So sorry. Can I just say Stuart. Little isn't animated as an Stuart..
"charles dell" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now
"Sirius Xm's studios we're gonNA play that whole interview for you starting right now here's Andy Green and the pixies a good sense of that you know so broadly speaking in the whole pixies careered there's been three producers there's been still being there has been Gil Norton and there's been times that's what's kind of what it's all about it's sort of like that's like the ultimate or something like that and so I don't know if they will admit that but somewhere in them that's the little thing that's really I don't know if it's driving lint whatever you talk on the podcast about how hard to find time to write songs new five kids and you're always touring so how did you find time to write these songs when you're the reasons why I like writing in the recording studio which is kind of a crap shoot you don't know when you're in that kind of high pressure environment and you're trying to be creative and come up with this stuff it's a little bit of a crapshoot maybe you'll do something amazing and maybe you won't and it's hard to have their perspective to know what you're doing at the time time so but I like it and I think one of the reasons I like it is because I'm finally free of other distraction and I find it very easy to write songs when we're in the recording studio for some reason there's some sort of like pause refers to it as the pixies door you know when you go through a door like when we're going on tour we're going to recording session we leave our lives and we go through this other door and we actually become actual pixies these little melodramas shrink yeah totally happens to go back a bit David said the band reforms in four but you didn't recording music for longtime so during that time period did you feel the urge to make new music it was very easy to do because I mean everyone wanted to see us we were just doing shows and shows and shows and in hindsight when you look back on it I think it was two thousand eleven at that point from two thousand four to two thousand eleven we realized at that point we were going on our old the old songs longer than we were initially abandoned the first place so that was surreal and also an awakening in a piff Unie were viable band you know this is what we do in his mortar offer and that was the push for sending to hear right and how'd you feel Joey felt any urges at all I think Charles had that urged to do something and the first time when we reunited WANNA ban reunites as a fan they want to hear your Cadillac that's what they want want and that's what we knew they wanted it would have been really kind of futile for us to introduce anything new it would not got less attention or something you know I mean I need an excuse to go tour we didn't need a new product at all we didn't renew recordings and we didn't need it for seven years and after a while it was like okay yeah maybe my thoughts like yeah you know what else do bands do okay we played live we know how to do that we also not a record so yeah I mean that's what a ban does is record so if anything to ban now right it's a working band now now we have new music I and play live and in the new music seems to be very accepted things album is gonna be really a lack of a better word successful yeah so where he got the job the power well did he know the catalog very well I was growing up with it I listened to a lot of music and I'm a musician not as well as I know it now that definitely well enough that when I got the call I was like Oh yeah I'm perfect for this to me it was I'm accent so how are the first few shows that you feel in made it or you just locked into it my first show I had to do like inside to get to the second show where I felt a lot better like I said my first okay was really recording a song that none of us even knew and we spent couple days in the studio making a new song which was awesome however for me I'm like talk show do I know these songs and so right before the first show which was warm up show I hear Charles Dell's doing some vocal warm up exercises with a piano and it sounded very relaxing and I've never really done bulky Alexa sizes and I honestly wasn't that interested in doing the vocal exercises because of my voice I was wanting to do it because I wanted to think about something else and being lacking space with a piano going la La la La la you know and so I sat down and we did this vocal exercising in unison and Dan I just all of my you know nerves or whatever went away and to this day we do the vocal exercise I don't think we've ever played without Dana vocal exercise together for the show so you just toured with weezer how's the experience of opening for Weezer how's it different than when when you open for you to on TV little band that some people had heard about but certainly not on the level of U2 right so the people that were going to see you to we're going to see you too and they really were not that interested in whoever we were so that's a whatever a very tough crowd very tough scenario where you're playing to these huge rooms that are only a third full or whatever and you're trying to make your mark whatever so that's not to say we didn't appreciate the GIG or whatever we did we like the Higgins they were nice to us and you know we played in the big room the bigger rooms than we usually play it so it wasn't bad or thing it was just the dynamic was pretty good record you know what I mean so it was good practice with Weezer day probably play to similar size crowds that we do there some overlap and the audience we've been around as a ban about the same length time as they have I think we've been around a little bit longer maybe four or five years longer so there was something about their audience obviously some of our own audience came to the show because we've been around for a while we had audience wherever we played some of them are gonNA show up we had some of our audience there of course we had a lot of their audience there too and they would also either know us or would have heard about us right by rep yet tation so they were open right so really hearing whatever we had to do and so when we went on and there was always a third act who was in the casse opening slot right and they would kind of get the gates open so to speak but then by the time we got onstage the room was pretty full yeah you know what I mean so yeah was a nice experience to play to full or almost full room where the people were kind of if they had not heard us before they were open to it you know what I mean so we could go back to the naive place of the beginning of your career where you're playing to people in a club and they don't know who you are and you got to win them over right yeah and then once that period is over you can never go back unless you go to an open mic night in some obscure town where no one's ever heard of you can't really recreate those circumstances right so this is the closest you can get to recreate in those circumstances where people are fresh but they're also motivated to be there they're not like waiting for somebody else necessarily they're there to consume the whole evening right right so it was a great place to we played a lot of our new songs from the new record that we had just completed so that was a good time for us to break in those songs and we toured with them a couple of times now and we'd play shows with him once or twice before thank and anyway we enjoy playing with them yeah I saw the garden show and I saw a few people that didn't seem to quite know who you were then you'd play whereas my mind they go shit is these guys right so there's always a few people that knew the songs but didn't quite know who you were became fans probably right right yeah it was a good exercise I don't know ah they got out of it from their point of view I mean I'm sure they got something out of us having us on the bill ray we didn't really talk about it with them but obviously they got something out of it because the assist do it again a few months later and said Jansher tickled back a bit do you think if the group in go away for ten years that you wouldn't be in a strong position that you're in now I thought I heard more about the pixies post breakup than when you were around the first time yeah that's the theory that I've heard I think from Joey actually that we've never really experienced the kind of comeback that we did had we not been away for so long the old saying absence makes the heart grow fonder by B applicable to our situation and so in the end maybe it wasn't a bad thing S. o. your thoughts on that Joey well it just goes by that adage everything happened for a reason you could say the reason why were still touring now could be those ten years apart no that could be that but doing those ten years there was after what's seven years or maybe six years there was always this rumor that we were gonNA come back and reform and obviously it never happened so all these rumors accumulating and then when it finally like hey the Argon do it it just excited the people that were anticipating the reunion right so that has something to do with I say five to six years because to me every year someone comes up and says I think you guys every night where are you getting this information from the blogs on the computer and all this stuff going around deals minds I mean I suppose the counter argument is that you guys broke up the exact point that alternative style banner starting to get em TV play and everything and radio play that you could have stayed together and gotten huge maybe so it's hard imagine how could it be otherwise but maybe people thought that you know hey this alternative stuff got to popular right pixies are Outta here right so like during the break-up years do you think the ban was gone forever or did you have hope that it would reform itself at some point Oh no yeah just resigned that's ED resign itself to the fact I became a magician did some melts itself yeah right I guess being a drummer thousand challenging enough to find work to be a magician is even I played with that but it was just you know just fell by the wayside was you know from pixies were fun and I saw magic trick and that just changing latitude so and you opened up a two gigs when the united right you combine your two worlds I did I am I opened up for the pixies I opened up for the breeders I opened for a couple of other bands I even opened up for before we got reunited for pixies cover band and House that night was that really bittersweet but it was fun did you play with is in some nights at some points at Hammerstein it was bigger in a four than ever was when you guys are first around well it was surreal I mean I didn't know what had happened in the absence I guess what is all the other bands that had spoken about us that we influence supposedly that just grew the lore coachella when we played there were see kids that weren't even born when we or abandon initially but they knew all the words of the songs and that was surreal right so that was very eye opening in Watt and from that point we've been very fortunate as a band ever since it's and we appreciate it and appreciate it much more that now we're up to twenty nineteen or even in two thousand eleven when we coachella again there was the same kids spend those kids before but there were younger kids still doing the same thing and that's just been the way it is with the span we have a very wide range of generations of people right I think the moment Charles and the break-up years that really shocked me the most was hearing David Bowie do cactus.
"charles dell" Discussed on Diana: Case Solved
"She was not as the People's princess the Queen of Hearts God. I had a charisma she had this great accessibility in which she she always made everybody should go to the she was connecting only to them from a first introduction to the world is painfully shy teenage fiance of Prince Charles Dell's to her later position as globetrotting patron of Hov and landmine charities for nearly two decades. Diana Princess of Wales was I Ghibli the the most famous woman in the world royal little world come across. They hung on agree. Would she spoke. We're going to a special every time. Each is it here and there could talk now. She touched the hearts of millions You could tell what she called from flush of her face and her big huge luminous blue eyes them well with emotion when she got you and was completely connected into your overpay ready to work out she lazy to grasp but she sought the extraordinarily special that that combination of how incredibly refined beauty wonderful peachy skin that was just flawless then this great accessibility in kindness where she was able to connect with people in this very human way but in the early hours of August thirty first ninety-seven Diana's incredible light was suddenly shockingly snuffed out when the speeding Mercedes S. two eighty she was travelling in with love dottie fed bodyguard Trevor Rees Jones and Dr on repolled spun out of Control and smashed into the pillar at the Pont Elma Tunnel in Paris France. We have reports from Paris. Diana Princess of Wales has been killed in a car accidents have partner terrified as also being killed. They were being pursued by Paparazzi too motorcycles Michael. The world reeled tributes have been paid by world leaders the French President Jacques Chirac said Diana Princess of Wales was a young woman woman of our age warm full of life and generosity President Clinton said he and his wife were profoundly saddened by this tragic event spokesman swing for the Entrepreneurial Canterbury said the prayers of the archbishops of Canterbury and York will be with families of Diana Princess of Wales and Mr L. fired at this tragic. Don't people everywhere they kept faith with Princess Diana. They liked her. They loved her. They regarded as one of the people you want the people's Princess and that's how she will remain in Hotson all memories or in the twenty two years since that night the conspiracy theorists have run Ryan's saying when you don't know what you're dealing with stop putting a newsletter still wanted. CIA A while Diana which we'll talk the Dad ran to one thousand nine hundred sixty pages. We're talking billion multi trillion dollar business. Try putting all t twenty dollar businesses.
"charles dell" Discussed on Parcast Presents: Summer of '69
"Few names in history carry the as much notoriety as Charles Manson's when he died in two thousand seventeen after spending nearly fifty years in prison news of his passing made international headlines from what we know about Manson. That's that's exactly what he would have wanted from the time he was a young man. Charles Manson creeped fame and attention initially he believed his celebrity would come from being the world's biggest rockstar Baker than his idols. The the Beatles instead he was notorious for orchestrating some of the most heinous murders in American history but it wasn't just his crimes that drew infamy it was his ability to attract a loyal cult of followers. I who were so devoted they were willing to kill for him. Charles Mills Manson born in November of nineteen thirty four was without a family for most of his life in many ways. The creation of his cult following was determined many years before he found his way to Haight Ashbury his mother fifteen-year-old Kathleen Maddox was never married to Charles is biological father any me subsequent relationships didn't last for long Charles was shuttled between his grandmother and his aunt as Kathleen tried to find her footing. When Charles was only five Kathleen was sent to prison for stealing a car and and he was into live with family and McMechan West Virginia his aunt and Uncle Glenna and Bill Thomas Remember Charles is three year? Stay as a difficult time for their family. Charles was impervious to punishment his uncle. Go Bill said that he acted however he wanted and no threat of a whipping could make him behave before I continue with Charles's psychology please note that I am not a licensed psychologist or psychiatrist but they have done a lot of research for this show the thomases memories of Charles reveal a pattern of antisocial behavior often used to diagnose conduct disorders in children. The diagnostic and statistical manual of of mental disorders notes that problem behaviors may start as young as the age of three these children often show defiance towards adults blame others for things that have gone wrong and provoke others Charles displayed did all of these tendencies during his time in McMechan. Perhaps most frightening was Charles's obsession with knives. His cousin Joanne recalled a terrifying instance when she was left in charge of seven year old Charles Dell's he was pestering Joanne as she cleaned the house so she sent him outside moments later she looked up to see Charles standing on the other side of the screen door wielding a sickle he'd found in the yard slashing being at the screen. His expression was so deranged Joanne thought he might have killed her if our parents had an returned just then to stop him when Charles's mother Kathleen was paroled in nineteen forty two the thomases were glad to return seven year old Charles tour but his defiant behavior continued Charles skip school shoplifted and lied about it he was never ashamed and never repented for his bad behavior the D._S._M.. Five noted that between the ages of Seven and eleven antisocial behaviors intensify in children with conduct disorders at this age the children are more prone to lying stealing Lang and rule-breaking as they gain more independence from their caretakers. Kathleen hoped a firmer hand might straighten Charles out so in nineteen forty seven when Charles was twelve Kathleen sent him to the Jew Ball School. Oh for boys a boarding school for male delinquent and Terre Haute Indiana he ran away from Jabal the next year in nineteen forty eight within weeks he was caught burglarizing stores in Indianapolis the Annapolis and was sent to a juvenile facility in Omaha Nebraska. It started a pattern of incarceration escape and reincarceration throughout nineteen forty seven and nineteen fifty. Four Charles was placed Austin and escaped from a reform school in Indiana the National Training School for boys in Washington D._C.. And finally a maximum security prison in chillicothe the Ohio he was always recaptured as a result of escalating criminal behavior such as stealing cars and armed robbery Charles fits the textbook pattern of antisocial behaviors typical of childhood conduct disorders the D._S._M. Five states that adolescents are likely to intensify their rule breaking through truancy running away assault robbery vandalism and stealing cars medical professionals note that a high proportion of children and Young People <unk> with conduct disorders grow up to be antisocial adults Charles was by no means reformed but he managed to get his worst impulses under control at chillicothe -I he was released in the spring of Nineteen fifty four at the age of nineteen. Surprisingly he returned to McMechan West Virginia to live with his aunt uncle and grandmother his mother Kathleen had remarried and Charles didn't like her new husband and his grandmother's request Charles regularly attended church he wasn't a believer but he enjoyed several Bible passages especially in the book of revelation and he committed many to memory but his time outside of institutions was short lived in nineteen fifty five Charles Stole a car and drove to Las Angeles to see Kathleen he was promptly arrested by police officer who suspicions were raised by the out out of state license plate in April of Nineteen fifty six Charles was sentenced to serve three years at San Pedro's Terminal Island Penitentiary in Los Angeles Harbor in Prison Charles encountered all types of lawbreakers but he seemed most enamored with the pimps he was enthralled by their stories of seducing young vulnerable women and turning them into obedience sex workers they explain how to pick out women with low self esteem separate them from friends and family and finally alternate between showing the women affection and violence this combination of love and fear where powerful tools to exercise control over their victims Charles like the idea of exerting control over people. This may be why he enrolled in a prison course based on Dale Carnegie's Bestselling Book How to win friends and influence people Charles had never shown shown any aptitude for education before but he excelled in a class that affirmed his instincts for manipulation the most important lesson he gleaned from the course was held a make someone do what you wanted. The trick was to make them think it was their own idea. The research of cognitive psychologist Elizabeth Loftus suggested that it is relatively easy to implant an idea and another person's mind simply asking leading questions can shape another person's response and even create false memories of events Charles was thrilled to learn how susceptible the human mind was to outside influence and how easily he could exploit that twenty three year old Charles was released in September of Nineteen fifty eight with few job prospects. He decided to become a pimp he seduced nineteen year old Leona Ray Musser with the aim of convincing her to enter sex work art Leona eager to please win along with it until his probation officer caught on Charles was soon back in federal court facing charges but he had Leona by his side..