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"clinton correctional facility" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"clinton correctional facility" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Both drivers having the same last name police do not believe they are directly related potentially leaving president February after being given credit for good behavior prison seems a seamstress Joyce Mitchell in twenty fifteen and a case I got worldwide attention to prisoners that Mitchell help escape from the Clinton correctional facility in Dannemora Mitchell has been in prison since twenty fifteen and a release been given tentative approval under the supervision of parole Mitchell help convicted murderers Richard Matt and David sweat escape from Clinton correctional facility by helping them smuggling hacksaw blades and chisels and other tools Matt and sweat stayed on the run for three weeks that killed by U. S. border region sweat shot and captured by state police Congress moving quickly through an end of the year to do list more from fox's Jerry helper a big bipartisan majority in the Senate approved an annual defense policy bill the national defense authorization act sets Pentagon programs and combined seven hundred and thirty eight billion dollars in spending with legislation giving all federal employees twelve weeks of paid parental leave the house approved the measure last week house majorities of also passed one point four trillion dollars in spending packages avoiding a government shut down at the end of the week the compromise legislation also raises the legal age to purchase tobacco products to twenty one years old the Senate is expected to pass that legislation this week on Capitol Hill Jr how fern fox news W. G. Y. news time four thirty for our next of dated five I'm Jim gag Lee RD more Sean Hannity in less than three minutes a news radio eight ten and one oh three one W. G. Y. capital region's breaking news traffic and weather station ninety.

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"clinton correctional facility" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

Watch What Crappens

10:41 min | 1 year ago

"clinton correctional facility" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

"Get a flashback. Lash back to where party planner Larry who last week last week was informing us about the the idea for the party. which is everything's about vibe? I know you WANNA be super sexy but classy never trash. Here's the key would sexy not threat. Classy not trashy. We're going to do without a lot of people in gold put. Your is real big everywhere. classy not not trashy void. I don't need that clip of Larry I me the clip of what's luck broke. This glass of just left any in the book would do that too. Uh so so then we go over to classic Marge's house where she is. We'd love plastic March. How much we love? Classic March. Joe Joe Joe Joe Joe. This look like the stress was a blood lead Platt which was a nod to big business. So thank you woman anymore. So she goes. Hey Joe you think you want something horrific you let me open that my inner thigh and show you what a normal enormous. That's in the shape the shape of a big county. Hey this is what it looks like Joe. Do you want to see this club. It's like five days already. It's crazy I got from an obstacle course that was only in my mind. Is that a big business clips. She's pointing out of bruising. Going is it Joe. I was happy that we got Danielle. STAUB Kamya so you're that queen who just diseased Daniels face in everything those ladies. You see like the Virgin Mary in a Tortilla. You know uh-huh I got Danielle stop after all poor pay attention police. Could you do this when I at door. I just got a cuisinart. How could you do? Good Yeah Yeah. She's hanging upside down from like fucking poll at the. What's that place called? Hear US scores scores or girl. WOULD YOU BELIEVE I. I tried to get a job at scores when I was younger. Not as like a stripper but I was like. Surely you need waiters. They were like no queen did you. Did you think of as scoring like like like poster board or something like a crafts. I knew what it was but like regular restaurants like you're disgusting so it's like I'll try scores. They said the same. You could have been in hustlers this some arches like drained from Danielle and we flashback to the last episode of Basically Danielle being at the full use of getting. Are you married. Menu finally dignified Jan with the divorce which marred replies with prostitutes. Fuck a lot of married men. And you've talked a lot more than I had the miles favorite argument. I'm a horror but you're a bigger whore. Yeah it works. It works and needed help it because Marcy is looking for an apartment. It's like nets she's moved out to meet that is looking for an apartment it's my feelings Dada and to someone else. She calls March. It's like nets what am I. What about this Joe? It's like it's like we used to have my senior year all the time now. I'm just like you but Lexi who missed the governor. So there we go over to ten yell is that right. What did I write? Marches the mad. That tree would take ten yell aside over. Oh Yeah Melissa Right King Joke Orga Yeah. There's your because malaria sober when I took the notes. Yeah but I'm not as sober as I'm real wearing crapping skipping or a second They're talking about how. How marge upset at at Theresa because every single single time theresa goes after Danielle and marches into you know so basically? That's what the beef is for this episode and Gore Guy. Who's always man's planning everything everything to everybody? Like he's even planning the woman so to the woman who's The star of the woman show. He's like you know what she just needs to understand right. She's like dot class like Klaus. It's always just a dark cloud over things right like. Thanks for explaining Danielle to everybody Joe and then on top of everything else Melissa by the way during this fake concerns I hope no one fights at my birthday party and so the other thing is of course. Theresa Jackie have their continuing feud because Jackie was like like episodes ago was like once again. Let's mentioning there's rumors that Theresa is like banging the Super Hop guy which I support and everyone knows it's everyone knows it's true but ever wants to entries good side because jogos cheating rumor about tree I mean it just only looks that way only looks that way but it's getting a pool for like three dollars dollars she's bucking that guy and God bless her for it you know we've seen so many people on Bravo and in real life fucking for free good a pool gettable get though Melissa I believe but you know this is such a housewives line. I believe three personally. But Theresa didn't want Jackie at the obstacle course. Party fucking reconcile. Could you imagine so. Joe Is going to go talk to his thing that he's going to talk to Theresa and tell her to like you got to sit down with my sister. She's a ticking time bomb. Ticking time bomb do. 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Oh you ought to come over Clayton on tobacco. I know it's fucking dude is in is sucking. It's only this sal. Hey come over here. The map any any sally Allie. You Okay in there your jail. Not Okay fucking sucks and you know what I'm doing fucking wasting my life and that's that's how I'm doing ridiculous and they want us to now married twenty years. We've got four kids all they want to destroy four kids and like you did commit a crime so they want to break the hearts of children. That's how I'm doing you know what you now. I'm getting deported. That's all there is to it. I'm getting deported. I definitely do not have women on the side and I'm going to go united with definitely not did not just call you a confidence to a lady in the hall for no reason. Yeah all right it was gone. Who Case Theresa's so confused by just like it's like someone just explained to her? What a salamander is curious? And when she's talking to joe so on the phone really looks at the phone confused and disgusted. She's like she's still amazed at technology almost choked on my own spirit. That means it's workings. So guys I have to mention this. In the middle of the show started to recap okay so so years ago when we first started coming here we were laughing in the cavs when he get in high may bail. Sure about this on whatever I thought that was the funniest fucking thing so today. I'm at Twenty Third Street. And you know how and in where we're from and in Los Angeles the glamorous iffy of earns elise so when you go to a cross the street thing across walk depressants like it does come off right. Yeah so here the one on twenty thirty. What the fuck with this guy that is Joe? Oh Dude is in every cross. I mean Joe Dude is on every cross lack. You could walk right now. Who the fuck literally don't because the thought I die right now or dunk?.

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"clinton correctional facility" Discussed on The Filmcast

The Filmcast

04:36 min | 2 years ago

"clinton correctional facility" Discussed on The Filmcast

"Like, what do you think about the award season coming? And he was saying how he basically hasn't even been in the wards conversation since the Ben Stiller show like that's the last time you remembers being part of the awards conversation. Which is what was said. But I'm glad that Ben Stiller's finally getting a lot of recognition for this latest thing that he's done. That's not true perfect midnight. Okay. Wasn't that? Now, it makes me I'm not saying the name correctly for permanent midnight midnight. He got he got like best actor people were talking about. Maybe he was going to be nominated. He was he was in the discussion for that movie permanent. I think he's been in the discussion many times discussion for the secret life of Walter Mitty. You know what I mean? Like what else there is net? Flicks movie too. The mire mare with cry chronicles. Yeah. Yeah. And he's been in the discussion Meyrowitz stories is on Stiller. But, but I mean, I think like so first of all he's already delivered the goods with with escape from Denham that movies already that show. I should say has already won a Golden Globe. For Patricia Arquette. I think it's eligible for next year. If it is it's gonna do pretty well. I hope at least have you guys heard of the show escape from Denham more on Showtime now. Yeah. Dhingra has Jeff hasn't. I think this show is great. I I so I subscribe to Showtime through prime video and disclose your I'm employees from video, and I watched all seven episodes in like three days, and these episodes are long. They're like minimum fifty five minutes. I think the longest one is ninety minutes, but I'm going to just read the plots. So it's based on a true story. And here is the plot summary these small sleepy town of denim or is home to the Clinton correctional facility a maximum security prison to inmates Richard met and David sweat becoming tangled in the life of a married female prison employees in the summer of two thousand fifteen Tillie Mitchell an employee at Clinton correctional facility becomes romantically entangled with both convicts and aids in their escape from the facility. So the movies the show say a seven part show is called escape from more. So there is. Escape at some point. I don't think that's spoiler. But I won't say anything else about like how it happens or anything like that. The main character is are played by Benicio del Toro, Paul Dino, and Patricia Arquette, and I have to say all performances are top-notch. I mean, Patricia Arquette plays. This kind of prison employees who exudes this weakness and desperation, meanwhile, Benicio del Toro is extremely menacing and threatening figure and pulled ano- is playing like a character. I haven't seen him play before this very kind of grounded and rugged sort of dude. And Ben Stiller when he's talking about why he wanted to make this show. He was saying how. Have you guys heard of the real life story on which is based by any chance? Like, it was like who's a it spawned this huge wave of coverage in two thousand fifteen when it happened. I did not hear about it. Didn't know how to end it. So I won't give away how it ended its here. But it was a huge deal at the time because you know, I'm not gonna spoil anymore, but I'll say there's a huge deal, and these guys had done something that was very difficult to do. And Ben Stiller in talking about why he made this. He said he wanted to answer the question of how could something like this happen. And it turns out when you place a lot of people in close proximity to each other where there's massive power dynamics, and sometimes, you know, personalities that can be exploited but based on their weaknesses you end up with like a tinderbox that can explode at any time. Right. Like you end up with really unstable situation. And I think the show does. A really great job of depicting. So I think this is a fascinating show. A lot of people are talking about. I think hunting of hill house, right? You know, there's that episode that was all done in like one or it was a series of very long takes episode six fifty minutes. Yeah. Right. And there is an episode of escape from Denmark. I think it's episode five of seven that is also a series of long takes and for me..

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"clinton correctional facility" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"clinton correctional facility" Discussed on Fresh Air

"But then one day a stranger called a home phone is in my ear, and he's saying your fathers. Did you know that the story of a fallen hero? And a mysterious obsession that drove him for decades this week on hidden brain. Let's get back to my interview with Ben Stiller, he directed the seven part Showtime drama series escape addendum, Maura based on the true story of two murderers who escaped from a maximum security prison in upstate New York in two thousand fifteen so some of your shoot was at Clinton correctional facility with a story actually happened. And you were I denied permission. Then you got a personal meeting with governor Andrew Cuomo, and he gave you permission. What did you have to do to convince them that this wasn't going to be another version of Oz? I didn't have to do anything. I mean, we reached out and talked to his chief of staff and she. Talked to him. And and we told her I told her what we were doing because we were able to get access to any any prisons in New York. And I felt that as the governor and the New York state film commissioned. They would want us to have at least a chance to shoot more of the show in New York just for you know, for the revenue for since two New York story. And so I think that was part of it. And he was like, yeah, we want you guys to be telling the story here, and and to bring bringing the business to New York, and and he was also really fascinated by the story. So when I talked to her she got us in touch with the department of corrections. And I think they talked to them and ask them to be helpful to us. And the they said they would open up the manhole for us, and let us shoot outside the prison. And then he said do you want to have a meeting because I'd like to hear what you're doing? And so I sat and talked with him. And he wasn't in any way questioning me as to what we were. You know, what was going to be in the store you never once? To see the script, or you know, you know, make sure that they approved of what we were doing. He surely wanted to. I think just here what I was interested in the story. And then he at the end of the meeting he said, well, what can we do to help you? And that was the moment where I was. I was thinking of the hundred people back at the production office who were you know, we didn't have a location in a as like, well, can we shoot at the prison and he lifted his teeth savage. You gotta shoot you gotta shoot at the prison. Right. And I was very happy. But really the fact that they allowed us to shoot like any of those scenes were Tilly and Lyle or going to work, and you see people going in and out of the prisoner or even just shooting the prison itself and all the exteriors the aerial shots. And the manhole that they unsealed the actual manhole for us during the O C, you film, the escape with the real manhole we filmed him when he comes it when they come out of the manhole that's the actual manhole, and that's the actual street. And that's the actual. Let's basically what happened when they came out of the manhole and episode five when they walk around the block and decide to walk down the street, and you know, have a cigarette that that's according to sweat. Exactly what happened, and that's the place that happened in. Vinicio del Toro play. The convicted murderer and prison escapee as both charming when he wants to be and just really terrifying and crazy at other times threatening out of control..

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"clinton correctional facility" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"clinton correctional facility" Discussed on Fresh Air

"But then one day a stranger called their home phone is in my ear. And he saying your father's did, you know that the story of a fallen hero. And the mysterious obsession that drove him for decades this week on hidden brain. Let's get back to my interview with Ben Stiller, he directed the seven part Showtime drama series escape at dente Maura based on the true story of two murderers who escaped from a maximum security prison in upstate New York in twenty fifteen so some of your shoot was at Clinton correctional facility with a story actually happened, and you or I denied permission, then you got a personal meeting with governor Andrew Cuomo, and he gave you permission. What did you have to do to convince them that this wasn't going to be another version of Oz? Oh, I didn't have to do anything. I mean, we reached out and talked to his chief of staff and she. Talked to him. And and we told her I told her what we were doing because we weren't able to get access to any any prisons in New York. And I felt that as the governor and the New York state film commission. They would want us to have at least a chance to shoot more of the show in New York just for you know, for the revenue for since a New York story. And so I think that was part of it. And he was like, yeah, we want you guys to be telling the story here, and and to bring bringing the business to New York, and and he was also really fascinated by the story. So when I talked to her she got us in touch with the department of corrections. And I think they talk to them and ask them to be helpful to us. And they they said they would open up the manhole for us, and let us shoot outside the prison. And then he said do you want to have a meetings because I'd like to hear what you're doing? And so I sat and talked with him. And he wasn't in any way questioning me as to what we were. You know, what was going to be in the store you never once? To see the script, or you know, you know, make sure that they approved of what we were doing. He he surely wanted to. I think just here what I was interested in the story. And then he at the end of the meeting he said, well, what can we do to help you? And that was the moment where I. I was thinking of the hundred people back at the production office who were you know, we didn't have a location in a as like, well, can we shoot at the prison and elected as chief of staff is it'll you gotta shoot you gotta shoot at the prison. Right. And I was very happy. But really the fact that they allowed us to shoot like any of those scenes where Tilly and Lyle or going to work, and you see people going in and out of the prisoner even just shooting the prison itself and all the exteriors the aerial shots. And the the manhole that they unsealed the actual manhole for us during the O C, you film, the escape with the real manhole we filmed him when he comes it when they come out of the manhole that's the actual manhole, and that's the actual street, and that's the actual. That's basically what happened when they came out of the manhole in episode five when they walk around the block and decide to walk down the street, and you know, have a cigarette that that's according to sweat. Exactly what happened, and that's the place that happened in. Vinicio del Toro play. The convicted murderer and prison escapee as both charming when he wants to be an just really terrifying and crazy at other times threatening out of control..

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"clinton correctional facility" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

04:51 min | 2 years ago

"clinton correctional facility" Discussed on Fresh Air

"Lose my job. Should you? Ben Stiller, welcome to fresh air, and congratulations on escape at ten or more with their aspects of this story that most interested you. Well. Yeah. I mean, there was the actual escape part. And I really was into that. And as I learned more about it and read more about the the prison itself. What really interested me was how they were able to do this how they were able to get away with this in twenty fifteen. It seemed like such an old fashioned sort of escape, and I thought, wow, that, you know, how can that happen in in today's prison system, which you know, when you think about the prison system in the United States, you think of it as being sort of it's not it seems sort of depressing, obviously. But at and you think of these institutions, they don't seem like they're state of the art. But to actually, you know, have people be able to do something like that was fascinating to me. Me that they could get away with it in this day and age, and so that part of it, and then the relationships that developed a guess in the prison that allowed them to be able to get the tools, which led to Tilly, and the fact that she was actually having this interaction and relationship with these two guys, which then led to the environment, the tailor shop, and what exists in place, and how that works which was really really interesting and something I'd I had no idea existed prison tailor shop where both of the inmates and the woman who helped them escape work and they make prison. Uniforms. They're so what was so surprising to you about that? Just the fact that it was so I don't wanna say loose, but open in terms of the just the way the actual physical setup of it which was forty or so inmates. Who are in a maximum security facility for you know, committing violent crimes in a room with one civilian supervisor and one corrections officer, and that's it. And these these men are, you know, working with scissors and shears, and you know, all sorts of instruments that could be used for bad things. And it's just sort of like an honor system that's going on in there. And and how low tech it was really low tech. You know, really novato cameras. There's that back room that they would go into that Tilly would go into Lizzie add with covert sexual relations with the inmates. Yes. Yes. And and just how how the whole thing was sort of kind of like operated. Its first of all it's a business core craft is a for profit business. That's so, you know, the civilian supervisors overseeing these inmates who are working for. Or something like thirty five or forty cents an hour, and they have to meet a quota, and it's kind of a strange situation. You know, it's just it's because you know, when you think about that that these, you know, the the civilian supervisor has to fill quotas, and these workers have to be motivated to do that when they're prisoners who were working for basically, hardly anything. It's just a kind of a screwed up dynamic. I think you were able to actually shoot at Clinton correctional facility. Indiana Maura where the story is set. Did you have any protection when you shooting in there? Did you feel like you needed any did the correctional facility feel like you needed any? The first trip that we took in there. We got shirt into a little trailer that sort of a permanent trove of ahead setup and a meeting room in there and the superintendent and the deputy superintendent and a bunch of people who were administrators at the prison gave us a talk and told us what what we're going to be doing. And that the tour we were going to be taking, and you know, basically said this is a dangerous environment. And they were going to do everything they could to keep us safe and keep things as low key as possible. But the reality is, you know, you're in a prison. And so you don't know what could happen and. They tried to walk us through spaces at times when prisoners weren't there in the spaces. So like we were actually ushered into the sort of this small little office area. When you first walk in where the corrections officers can lock themselves in to turn on lights and things like that..

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"clinton correctional facility" Discussed on Eating For Free

Eating For Free

03:59 min | 2 years ago

"clinton correctional facility" Discussed on Eating For Free

"Like you have like fell accused repeating himself multiple times. Like, I thought he was on loop at one point. I was like. Crow. Also, you've had your moment. You can go. Okay. It's called the comb. Boy, do I want to talk about really was a thank you in a awards concession speech. That was so strange to me and came so far out of left field. So okay. I wanna make sure that this is who said it. Yes, Patricia Arquette was or escape identify Laura. I not see could you actually Google the summary of escape into more awhile. I talk about this. So she was nominated for escape it anymore and in her award speed, she thanked prison guards. Yeah. And news for doing. Well, she goes I was telling their store. Well, she goes thank you to all the prison guards who we worked with. And then like, she paused and went, oh, and thank you to all of the prisoners to like forgetting that the prisoners were like the real motive of the story. But like what is the t- on this movie because I didn't hear about it. Apparently, it's logistic it which is a limited series based on the supposed true story of the twenty fifteen Clinton correctional facility escape, upstate New York. The escape prompted the massive manhunt for two convicted murderers who were aided in their skate by married female prison with whom they both became sexually entangled. Ooh. Boy interested in boy. Yeah. The girls weren't happy the prison industrial complex just jumped out of that award speech. You had been nice if she said something about how that whole thing is. Yeah. But well, I mean carbonate let's talk about it though. Because I was saying on Twitter how she called out networks basically for saying that they'd never make another net show was and then everyone is clapping. But I'm like, she's making fun of you guys. Like you saying you don't have the talent vision or budget like I had fifty piece orchestras and five hundred costume changes a week variety shows like it's Nick it's like either a game show singing or competition reality show, but legged variety show more in separate like, maybe a. John about that we live in that golden age of TV. But like the golden age of TV to me was the Carol Burnett show and all of the age of variety shows. I mean, everything came because it was like vision talent writing like days as costs star rival music like SNL wishes. It could be the Carol Burnett show. But like I missed television where it was like variety shows like because we've seen in other countries variety shows are so successful like, oh, yeah. Look at Japan. Look at the UK look at literally anywhere that isn't the United States like variety shows panel shows are like, Hugh, I wish thinking about the panel shows in the UK you think they'd brench over. But it's still just like either a relative you're like competition. Singing talent bullshit. I mean, it's like not in the higher. Terrible Damascus singer. Get me slow talk about that on Thursday. Okay. Yeah. So after I got dragged for Richard Madden. I for slandering him like UK Twitter literally like. I got my first ratio on Twitter where I got more like replies than re tweets like that's not a good ratio. No. I know. And it was I had like five hundred British people in my mentions like telling me that I'm a dummy for thinking Billy porter deserved it more than Richard Matt. And I'm like, which again and go back to eating beans. So this Taylor swift in interest Albra pairing Idris Elba pairing. I. Listen. So I I went press team optics. But then do you know why they're really together? They're collaborating on something home. What are they collaborating on Munson? We do we know. Yeah. We know. No. I forgot had to Google. And then I what almost threw myself on building. What does this entire Taylor swift? And it just Elba are going to be starring in the live action remake. Of..

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"clinton correctional facility" Discussed on Eating For Free

Eating For Free

03:59 min | 2 years ago

"clinton correctional facility" Discussed on Eating For Free

"Like you have like fell accused repeating himself multiple times. Like, I thought he was on loop at one point. I was like. Crow. Also, you've had your moment. You can go. Okay. It's called the comb. Boy, do I want to talk about really was a thank you in a awards concession speech. That was so strange to me and came so far out of left field. So okay. I wanna make sure that this is who said it. Yes, Patricia Arquette was or escape identify Laura. I not see could you actually Google the summary of escape into more awhile. I talk about this. So she was nominated for escape it anymore and in her award speed, she thanked prison guards. Yeah. And news for doing. Well, she goes I was telling their store. Well, she goes thank you to all the prison guards who we worked with. And then like, she paused and went, oh, and thank you to all of the prisoners to like forgetting that the prisoners were like the real motive of the story. But like what is the t- on this movie because I didn't hear about it. Apparently, it's logistic it which is a limited series based on the supposed true story of the twenty fifteen Clinton correctional facility escape, upstate New York. The escape prompted the massive manhunt for two convicted murderers who were aided in their skate by married female prison with whom they both became sexually entangled. Ooh. Boy interested in boy. Yeah. The girls weren't happy the prison industrial complex just jumped out of that award speech. You had been nice if she said something about how that whole thing is. Yeah. But well, I mean carbonate let's talk about it though. Because I was saying on Twitter how she called out networks basically for saying that they'd never make another net show was and then everyone is clapping. But I'm like, she's making fun of you guys. Like you saying you don't have the talent vision or budget like I had fifty piece orchestras and five hundred costume changes a week variety shows like it's Nick it's like either a game show singing or competition reality show, but legged variety show more in separate like, maybe a. John about that we live in that golden age of TV. But like the golden age of TV to me was the Carol Burnett show and all of the age of variety shows. I mean, everything came because it was like vision talent writing like days as costs star rival music like SNL wishes. It could be the Carol Burnett show. But like I missed television where it was like variety shows like because we've seen in other countries variety shows are so successful like, oh, yeah. Look at Japan. Look at the UK look at literally anywhere that isn't the United States like variety shows panel shows are like, Hugh, I wish thinking about the panel shows in the UK you think they'd brench over. But it's still just like either a relative you're like competition. Singing talent bullshit. I mean, it's like not in the higher. Terrible Damascus singer. Get me slow talk about that on Thursday. Okay. Yeah. So after I got dragged for Richard Madden. I for slandering him like UK Twitter literally like. I got my first ratio on Twitter where I got more like replies than re tweets like that's not a good ratio. No. I know. And it was I had like five hundred British people in my mentions like telling me that I'm a dummy for thinking Billy porter deserved it more than Richard Matt. And I'm like, which again and go back to eating beans. So this Taylor swift in interest Albra pairing Idris Elba pairing. I. Listen. So I I went press team optics. But then do you know why they're really together? They're collaborating on something home. What are they collaborating on Munson? We do we know. Yeah. We know. No. I forgot had to Google. And then I what almost threw myself on building. What does this entire Taylor swift? And it just Elba are going to be starring in the live action remake. Of..

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"clinton correctional facility" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"clinton correctional facility" Discussed on KOMO

"Show chronicling the infamous twenty fifteen prison break in upstate New York. That's already up for two Golden Globes, including best actress for Patricia our cats dramatic transformation into prison worker. Joyce Mitchell and into anything wrong, but the real life. Joyce Mitchell is fighting back at the Showtime series calling director Ben Stiller Aligarh Mitchell, pleaded guilty to helping convicted killer, David sweat, and Richard Matt escape and was sentenced to seven years, please. Allow me. How sorry Mitchell claim the inmates threatened to kill her husband. If she didn't help them admitting. She smuggled into inside hamburger meat and cluding hacksaw blades chisels a punch and a screwdriver that Matt and sweat and used to cut their way through their cell walls. But in the series, then fifty one year old is portrayed as more of a willing co-conspirator drawing metals. I are in a new interview with the New York Post in which she slams Stiller saying he doesn't care about the truth. All he cares about is making millions off me. He's an idiot. Mitchell takes particular exception to how the hit series depicts her having a sexual relationship with both inmates something she and sweat both denied, but Stiller is fighting back defending the series telling deadline. My guideline was to try and tell what I thought happened. She can dispute it, but the reality is she was kicked out of the tailor shop for inappropriate conduct for going in the back room with David sweat. The director told variety how he personally convinced New York. Governor Andrew Cuomo to grant permission to film at the Clinton correctional facility where the events took place even filming at the actual manhole cover the inmates daringly escaped through escape it down. Immoral was a real commitment for Ben Stiller as a director he devoted about a year of his life to filming the project in evidently in any of these true life true crime stories, they're going to be people that come and say, no, no, no, that's that's not my version of events. Ciller also said he was trying to tell the story and as real and hopefully as entertaining as possible without exploiting, adding it can't be fun to be in prison. So seems like no love lost between those two ABC's. Janai Norman Black Panther helped make two thousand eighteen a record year at the box office. Thanks to Marvel's Black Panther and avengers 0 war twenty eighteen will end with record box office earnings at least seven point five billion with five more days to go beating twenty sixteen. Previous high water Mark of eleven point three seven seven billion Black Panther. 0 war take first and second for the year suit up in my Pixar is incredible to Jurassic world fallen kingdom and deadpool to round out the year's top fibers marvel and picks are owned by Disney parent company of ABC news. Christopher Watson ABC news. Komo news time to forty four. Aaa traffic.

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Police say there's video of alleged Kevin Spacey sexual assault

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:23 sec | 2 years ago

Police say there's video of alleged Kevin Spacey sexual assault

"Said lights out now. Critics are raving about escape it. Dan, Amora the show chronicling the infamous twenty fifteen prison break in upstate New York. That's already up for two Golden Globes, including best actress for Tricia, our cats dramatic transformation into prison worker. Joyce Mitchell and into anything wrong, but the real life. Joyce Mitchell is fighting back at the Showtime series calling director Ben Stiller Aligarh Mitchell, pleaded guilty to helping convicted killer, David sweat, and Richard Matt escape and was sentenced to seven years, please allow me to start. Sorry Mitchell claimed the end makes threatened to kill her husband. If she didn't help them admitting. She smuggled into inside hamburger meat, including hacksaw blades, chisels a punch and a screwdriver that Matt and sweat and used to cut their way through their cell walls. But in the series, then fifty one year old is portrayed as more of a willing co conspirator drawing Mitchell's, I are in a new interview with the New York Post in which she slam Stiller saying he doesn't care about the truth. All he cares about is making millions off me. He's an idiot. Mitchell takes particular exception to how the hit series depicts her having a sexual relationship with both inmates something she and sweat both denied, but Stiller is fighting back defending the series telling deadline. My guideline was to try and tell what I thought happened. She can dispute it, but the reality is she was kicked out of the tailor shop for inappropriate conduct for going in the back room with David sweat. The director told variety how he personally convinced New York governor, Andrew. Cuomo to grant permission to film at the Clinton correctional facility where the events took place, even filming at the actual manhole cover the inmates daringly escape through escape it down and was a real commitment for Ben Stiller as a director he devoted about a year of his life to filming the project in evidently in any of these true life true crime stories, they're going to be people that come and say, no, no, no, that's that's not my version of events. Ciller also said he was trying to tell the story as real and hopefully as entertaining as possible without exploiting, adding it can't be fun to be in prison. So seems like no love lost between those two ABC's. Janai Norman with the story. Some people are calling this next story Christmas day miracle a nine one one dispatcher helped save the life of a one year old child in Florida. The frantic call came in on Christmas day, a one year old had fallen in a pool in central Florida and had no pulse. A neighbor trying to perform CPR. Pump. And he doesn't know. Okay. Just tell him. I need him to lay him fight on his help is on the way. But the Orange County Fire rescue dispatcher waste new time. She starts instructing them on CPR over the phone. I need him to place his hand on his forehead the other hand under the neck and tilt the head back. Forehead and Nathan neck back. Closed and completely covering his mouth with your mouth and blow to. Into the lung moments later, gargling gurgling. Okay. But the boy wasn't in the clear

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"clinton correctional facility" Discussed on WRKO AM680

WRKO AM680

09:14 min | 2 years ago

"clinton correctional facility" Discussed on WRKO AM680

"Eight text in Phoebe, thanks for the Dan Amora synopsis. I had no idea. What is about? I was fascinated. I went to school in upstate New York. I did as well. That's actually called the Clinton correctional facility is not in Clinton. No, that's where I went to school Clinton, New York Hamilton college. But look. If I don't want to overstate it here. But I you know, me lightning. Unfortunately, Jared Jared in studio to Jared knows. I'm gonna go third person on your USO, Honey, turnoff, Alexa. If you're at home because she can't since when VP locks in on something he logs in on something it shows in particular. So one of the shows that I absolutely loved couple of years ago. Now our year ago now was that man on Yuna bomber thought man was that good? This is that good. It's it's fantastic. Gotta check it out. I'm telling you if you're into if you're into that Kuhnen series, which I didn't I didn't have time at the time. So I didn't get to watch that. But if you liked. Was the McConnell? Hey, one true detective. Very similar Felix up. This really did happen. And we all know the case, you remember, I told you a little while ago about that one in Pennsylvania that four part series at HBO did on the Bank robbery with a guy the thing around his neck, and ultimately exploded that was really good while the this is all of that. It's just excellent. I'm only two we're all only two episodes in on it. But man escape at Dan more on Showtime for what it's worth, I'm I'll give a quick plug but talking to that prison guard. I'd love to know what corrections officers the Patricia Arquette character is just unbelievable. It's unbelievable. Like does that? But it I mean, it must is the point. So there you go on that for what it's worth in that intro that lightning just played coming back. You heard a lot of voices that you may. Or may not recognize there was a laugh there that happened to be SpongeBob squarepants. There was a second voicing. Something about SpongeBob. Patrick star. I believe. There was a come to Papa in there that would be plankton specifically Sheldon j plankton if you know this show. So those are all characters from SpongeBob squarepants the reason why point that out is. Sadly yesterday. The creator of SpongeBob squarepants Stephen Helensburgh passed away. I believe at the age of fifty six he had a less, and that's one of those things, man. We've got a cure that we gotta find a way because. Fifty six years young guy and just add they had announced earlier this summer that he had a ls. And he was the way the announcement was done made it sound like he wasn't doing very well. And it turns out he wasn't and he passed away. Anyway. So we were talking about this this morning. When we came in after we sat in traffic for an hour and a half lining. Jared year one of the bosses here, you gotta you gotta do something about that. I don't know we talk to Charlie get someone on traffic because it sucks coming in, man. I went to ways, and they laughed. It was like I got this laughter voice back like, you're not there's no there's no getting around it. So we just sat in it. Anyway, when we got in. We were starting to talk about SpongeBob. Just because Lightnings a kid for those that don't know lightning lightning is either eighty eight years old or she's eight years old. She's either a grandmother or a child there's no in between with our and the child but in new admissions, right lightning true. I'm saying she split personality. There's two of her. It's either the child or it's the grandmother, Emma. Gemini, so she came in is a grandmother and said, oh, good morning VP. And then she put a corn Muffin. She got me. A corn Muffin today. Lovett. She put it down in front of you put a napkin down and then put the corn Muffin on the napkin. And then I thought she was actually gonna appeal. The thing, you know, like, that's Graham lightning. Then when she sat down she said, that's such sad news about Stephen Hillenbrand ride. She didn't know that. I would know that was and I did. And so we got to talking about SpongeBob. Lightning loves SpongeBob. Squarepants? And as we were talking about it. We I started to theorize in my head. And I got the wondering the creation that he did SpongeBob is SpongeBob on the mount Rushmore of cartoon characters. Did he did he make that jump? I actually pulled this at v the wise a little bit before the show. It's up right now. Did you put this one up at ARCO dot com? Lightning. I assume you did does SpongeBob squarepants that one character not all of them. Does he belong on the mount Rushmore of cartoon characters? And I want to kick this around a little bit Jared's in here. Because one of the things you don't know about Jared is the Jared is a big comic book guy. Uber. Geek, he's a guy in. So he's going to have some thoughts on this. I think I don't know that you're a SpongeBob fan, particularly. But you might have a view as to who does belong in the mount Rushmore of cartoon. In characters. Yes. I predate SpongeBob a little bit. So doesn't hold a special place in my heart. I don't again, I I was never SpongeBob up until so for the first twelve years of SpongeBob. He meant nothing to me second my daughter came into this world. And then about two years later. She started watching SpongeBob. And now we're all in on it, incidentally, sixty fifty eight percent of you. It'd be be the wise thing that SpongeBob does not does not go on the mount Rushmore of cartoon characters. So then who does I'd say fifty eight percent plus one over here. All right. So here's what I want six one seven two six six six eight six let's lighten it up a little bit here. If SpongeBob goes on tell me why. And I can make the case if he doesn't belong there. Then tell me the four characters that do go on mount Rushmore that SpongeBob wasn't able to crack. Jared all star. Would you? All right SpongeBob to me is kind of the Carl Malone of cartoons. Had. He not been in there with Michael Jordan and Larry Bird. You know, he is out liar. Right. The outliers. The book was so I have to go Pink Panther has to be up there. Johnny quest has to be up there. Johnny quest on the money. Yes. The these by slash adventure. Kid of all adventure kids. I wouldn't put Fred Flintstone up there. Probably I would probably go Homer Simpson over Bart Simpson. Although I I dunno now you've touched on something. We might have to be in a gradient thing. Are we talking? It's time this week. First time this week lightning. Actually, put up her finger like hold on. Yet. We've talked about Trump we've talked about border. We've talked about Mazen people. We've talked about opioid lightning. No now. She's put up a finger hole. Double-faults I serve. Okay. Well, obviously. I mean, we all know who the grandfather of cartoons is. I mean, really come on. Have body. I mean, come on Mickey Mouse, Nikki on their. Yeah. Be number one. I mean, obviously he is. My absolute favorites is my number one. The reason why I go back and forth on SpongeBob is what you just said is. I don't think you can put SpongeBob and a Simpson on there. That's I. But maybe I'm wrong in that. Because Fred Flintstone while Fred had a good run. It's Fred a bigger character than SpongeBob. I don't think so at this point in time. But I I know I don't think so. Well, that's like saying is is Eisenhower better. It's like more important. John. Yes. You'd it's tough to do. I get it. But the episode where he accidently took Betis engagement ring. And they thought it was lost. That was fantastic. The episode where SpongeBob actually was plankton and plankton was Bob though. I mean, oh, man. Are you kidding me? Just phenomenal two good movies too. While one good movie sponge out of water. I thought was really good the first one I didn't like as much, but they got a new one coming out. I think it's twenty twenty lightning. It's gonna be a. A wonderful life. It's a sponge. It's a once a sponge life or something like that. Full would be the punk you something like that. Yes. And I'm going to soak it up just like that. But he so who's the four that go on the cartoon character? Mount Rushmore in does SpongeBob in honor of the passing of SpongeBob creator. Does spongebob. Go up there. I don't think Fred Flintstones on their Jared. I'm sorry. I don't why Mr. hate America. Jeez. Well, I'll tell you gotta break when we come back. I'll tell you who I'm putting on definitively, and I'm still debating that fourth one. And then you tell me where I'm right and where I'm wrong, and who you think should and shouldn't be on their six one seven two six hundred sixty eight sixty eight we'll take some calls. We're just talking cartoons. We're kicking around on Wednesday afternoon right here on AM six eighty wer kale every weekday.

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"clinton correctional facility" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

Slate's The Gist

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"clinton correctional facility" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

"Escape it. Ten more is well, it's about that. Exactly. It's a seven episode series on Showtime, the executive producer director of these episodes is Ben Stiller who's been in some movies himself and is directed some great ones. This is I think his first foray into this prestige cable story over a long period of time type of thing. Hello, ben. Thanks for coming in or you. So I wanna start off. It's all great interviews do with a question about a preposition. Why is it escape at and not from Dan more? There was a lot of discussion that went into. Yes. People would probably call it escape from Dan Amora. And at one point we were just going to call it, Dan Amora, and we landed on escape at which was the original idea that Brett and Michael token had the writers. I think we didn't wanna do escape from like because I would have been escape from Alcatraz. Maybe we felt like it just was a little bit different. Also, Dan Amora is the town where the prison is. It's also how the prison is known sort of colloquial to Clinton correctional facility, it's Clinton correctional. Right. So you know, we felt like there's sort of a theme of escape happening. Everybody wants to get out of there. Joyce Mitchell who Patricia Arquette plays who works there or wants to get out. I think the character that David Morse plays. Gene Palmer, he kind of wants to get out to you know, it's it's so the idea was sort of everybody's escaping at more. I don't I have. No actual logical answer for you. As to why we just liked how it sounded. Well, also, I think when you say at the prison becomes more of a character, right? Yeah. And it's really about a micro a microcosm the prison serves a microcosm. And it's an analysis of the system and everything that the prison represents. And so you really doing a story about a place or earth structure. Definitely the environment was a huge part of the story, and it was really important to be able to shoot up there, and to be able to have that the authentic because I I feel like that sort of contributed to the escape in a big way. The fact this place has been there for so long. It's kind of antiquated it's set in its ways. And when the inspector general of New York state who did this report that we kind of based a lot of our story on came out with this report, you know, she she said that that this culture of complacency that was there was due to the fact that, you know, people have been doing things the same way there for a long long time. It's been there for over one hundred thirty years, I think yeah. And I thought another really interesting part of it was that you have where every movie every TV show about a prison escape. Although I never watched prison break. And if you have you correct me, but really centers on the prisoners and why they wanna get out. And the guards are usually the tag, it's, but in this case because of the facts of it where there was assistance from this guard Tilley you add to walk the line between how to treat her exactly you could have gone the way that she was a victim. I mean that I think that would have been very very compelling, or it would have been very attractive for a lot of movie makers to make the point you know, she was as much victim as they were..

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"clinton correctional facility" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:13 min | 2 years ago

"clinton correctional facility" Discussed on KQED Radio

"All things considered from NPR news. I'm Audie Cornish. And I'm Ari Shapiro. Now that the oldest millennials are approaching forty. It's time to figure out what the next generation is all about and today. The Pew Research Center has a report on post millennials. It says they're more racially and ethnically diverse than previous generations NPR's. Honolulu Lewan has more some call them generation Z, but not twenty year old Karla Ray SDS, she's a student at Barnard college. And she says she's generally identified with millennials like me. It's until we start talking about social media Facebook, right when I was entering college. But for you. Alimentary school you moved on Facebook. For family albums. The Pew Research Center says there are other differences between millennials and post millennials the younger generation is more likely to be Latino or Asian raised says she's noticed this trend among younger lion. Next students at Columbia University who she says, quote more authentic when I first got to Columbia that only got I have to speak a certain way, and they can't do this. But I see these kids in their hear blaring their music and wearing the clothes just if they were in the Bronx, and it makes me so happy the Pew Research. Center's new report was co written by Richard fry. The researchers analyze census bureau data few found that the great recession is at big break between the millennial generation and the following one. There was a large fall of employment opportunities in immigration to the US sort of peak flows peaked in two thousand five and so when there was fewer immigrants coming to the US also fewer immigrant children, that's helping post millennials hit educational benchmarks. Young latinos. Born in the US are more likely. Than those born abroad to go further in their schooling, fry says that shoe overall for post millennials, they're less likely to drop out of high school. They're more likely to finish high school and of those who aren't enrolled in high school. They're more likely to be in college fry ads post millennials may have more help at home to prepare for higher education as because there are more likely than millennials to live with a parent with at least a bachelor's degree. Their parents have a better sense of how to get them prepared to go to college. Their parents have a better sense of sort of the pathways, and how college admissions work here in the US and also they have higher incomes fry cautions. This is one snapshot of a generation, and I picture may shift with time and changes in immigration patterns, what twenty one year old Yasmine Butte doesn't plan to shift is your determination to finish your schooling. She said to graduate from Columbia University in may and has two younger sisters one also in college and another applying to schools family of post millennials. Yes. We're all born after ninety seven Butte says her mother who was born in Chile and never went to college raised her and her two sisters with the same routine every night. She will tell us that she won't be able to die happy and like impeach if her daughters, don't go to college and become something big ingrate. The Pew Research Center is planning to keep studying where post millennials like Butte, go next on C, long hair news, New York when a pair of convicted murderers broke out of an upstate New York prison three years ago. TV networks jumped on the story. The cons apparently use power tools to escape New York's Clinton correctional facility they're brazen. And meticulous prison breaks seem strata of a movie now that movie's been made as a limited television series on Showtime called escape at Dan Amora this show debuts Sunday NPR, TV critic, Eric. Duggan says the series suffers from a problem affecting lots of television shows these days in some ways escape it. Denham Maura is one of the best TV series. It starts Benicio del Toro has Richard Matt and Paul Dino as David sweat inmates at Clinton correctional facility in New York. They will eventually cut through the walls of their cells to escape. Inmate. David sweat is having an affair with Joyce Mitchell. A mousy woman who runs the prison tailor shop she's plagued masterfully by Patricia Arquette, Richard Matt has a cell next to sweat and also works in the tailor shop he's worried about Mitchell's husband. Good.

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"clinton correctional facility" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:10 min | 2 years ago

"clinton correctional facility" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And I'm Ari Shapiro. Now that the oldest millennials are approaching forty. It's time to figure out what the next generation is all about and today. The Pew Research Center has a report on post millennials. It says more racially and ethnically diverse than previous generations NPR's Honolulu, along has more some call them generation Z, but not twenty year old Carla raise DS, she's a student at Barnard college. And she says she's generally identified with millennials like me, it's until we start talking about social media Facebook, right when I was entering college. But for you. Lake elementary school, and he moved on Facebook. For family albums. The Pew Research Center says there are other differences between millennials and post millennials the younger generation is more likely to be Latino or Asian raised says she's noticed this trend among younger lion. Next students at Columbia University who she says her quote more authentic when I first got to Columbia that only that I have to speak certain way, and they can't do this. But I see these kids in their hear blaring their music and wearing the clothes just if they were in the Bronx, and it makes me so happy the Pew Research. Center's new report was co written by Richard fry the researchers analyzed census bureau data few that the great recession is a big break between the millennial generation and the following one. There was a large fall of employment opportunities in immigration to the US sort of peak the flows peaked in two thousand five and so when there was fewer immigrants coming to the US. There was also fewer immigrant children, that's helping post millennials hit educational benchmarks. Young latinos. Born in the US are more likely. Than those born abroad to go further in their schooling, fry says that shoe overall for post millennials, they're less likely to drop out of high school. They're more likely to finish high school. And of those who aren't enrolled in high school. They're more likely to being college free ads post millennials may have more help at home to prepare for higher education as because there are more likely than millennials to live with a parent with at least a bachelor's degree. Their parents have a better sense of how to get them prepared to go to college. Their parents have a better sense of sort of the pathways, and how college admissions work here in the US and also they have higher incomes fry cautions. This is one snapshot of generation and that picture may shift with time and changes in immigration patterns, what twenty one year old Yasmine Butte doesn't plan to shift is your determination to finish your schooling. She said to graduate from Columbia University in may and has two younger sisters one also in college and another applying to schools, David family of post millennials. Yes, we're all born after ninety seven Butte says her mother who was born in Chile and never went to college raised her and her two sisters with the same routine. Every night. She would tell us that she won't be able to die happy and like impeached, if her daughters, don't go to college and become something big ingrate. The Pew Research Center is planning to keep studying where post millennials like Butte go next on Zee long NPR news, New York when a pair of convicted murderers broke out of an upstate New York prison three years ago. TV networks jumped on the story. The cons apparently use power tools to escape New York's Clinton correctional facility they're brazen. And meticulous prison breaks seem strata of a movie now that movie's been made as limited television series on Showtime called escape at Dan Amora this show debuts Sunday NPR, TV critic, Eric. Duggan says the series suffers from a problem affecting lots of television shows these days in some ways escape it. Dan, Amora is one of the year's best TV series is starts Benicio del Toro as Richard Matt and Paul Dana as David sweat inmates at Clinton correctional facility in New York. They will eventually cut through the walls of their cells to escape inmate. David sweat is having a fair with Joyce Mitchell. A mousy woman who runs the prison tailor shop she's plagued masterfully by Patricia Arquette, Richard Matt has a cell next to sweat and also works in the tailor shop he's worried about Mitchell's husband. You really think is.

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"clinton correctional facility" Discussed on And That's Why We Drink

And That's Why We Drink

04:11 min | 2 years ago

"clinton correctional facility" Discussed on And That's Why We Drink

"Ninety. Seven Joel will be a mere two hundred thirty eight years old. You know, easy peasy. Yeah, young potatoes, small potatoes in early nineteen ninety four. It was reported that Rifkin head engaged in a jailhouse scuffle with a mass murderer named Colin Ferguson who's also on my to do list. The brawl began. When Ferguson asked Rifkin to be quiet because prison was using the prison phone and he couldn't hear. So according to the new York, Daily News, the fight escalated after Ferguson told Rifkin, I killed six doubles and you only killed women and then Rifkin responded. Yeah, but I had more victims. So then Ferguson just punched him directly in the face. That's quite a way to respond. I love crossover story. I can't wait until you tell his story, and then I can be like, oh, remember that time I feel like the vendor you'll bring drama and you're like, well, I heard that he punched this other guy was awesome. Oh my God. You should've seen it. We were all there weren't there. So again. Stop bragging. Okay. Push face prison officials, decide his presence is too disruptive, which I guess is probably true. So they moved him into solitary imprisonment for more than four years where he gets twenty three hours a day alone, and then one hour day of like sunlight Sunley to go outside, which just is nightmarish. And so in two thousand, he sued saying his solitary imprisonment was unconstitutional, but stay appellate court, determined that his rights were not violated and he actually sued for fifty thousand dollars for each of his one thousand five hundred forty days in solitary confinement, which would have totalled seventy seven million dollars my goodness. But had he received any money? It would have been subject to state laws that your Mark most of the award for families of the victims. So that was interesting because I was like, oh, this fucker doesn't deserve seventy million dollars, but then I was like, well, also it would have gone to, right? So I don't know. It's kind of backwards. So corrections officials, we obviously did not win. That case corrections officials now say that he is imprisoned with more than two hundred other inmates at Clinton correctional facility who are not allowed to go into the general prison population, and I only know that term from orange, the new black. At a sentence, you know, my trusty source. I mean, yeah, Netflix, it's twenty eighteen. It's definitely what yes. You mean that I'm using that flexes my sore. Oh, yes, yes, yes, don't blame me. I'm lineal ha at a sentencing hearing in nineteen Ninety-six. Joel Rifkin apologized for the killings and admitted that he was a monster, which I thought was surprising because he didn't seem she's aware. Yeah. You didn't seem very remorseful until now, so. All right, at least that. So we apologize to the families and then twenty eleven interview. When asked how he managed to kill seventeen women Joel said, quote, you think of people as things just like dark, very direct. Yeah. Yeah. He also said he couldn't. He just couldn't stop himself and then he admitted to choosing sex workers his victims because they live on the margins of society and travel a lot. So they're harder for people to to report missing, right to even notice maybe that they're missing. Right? Which just so sad. Now, this is. Okay. Remember I said it wasn't funny until or it wasn't funny after that first line while there's some some funny thing now. So Joel Rifkin was also a bit in a Seinfeld episode and the code was called the masseuse and elaine's boyfriend is named Joe Ripken and they go to your giants game. And I guess they announced his name on the speaker and he everyone likes stairs. And remember this took place in the nineties. So it's like, oh. Very topical topical. So I guess when he noticed and she kept saying like, you got change of name and he's like, no, it's fine. And then he knows his everyone like staring at him. So he agrees to change his name. But basically the whole point is the whole biz they can't agree on name. They keep going back and forth and to. That's so that's kind of a funny reference I thought was random. I feel if I would have been literally you as TV writer in the nineties. Researching to sing for my true. But on you could use it for our show so. True. Yeah. Why don't we knew Joel Rifkin mass murderer?.

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"clinton correctional facility" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"clinton correctional facility" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Hundred talk w. g. y. Wednesday night in Miami the Yankees jumped out to a to nothing lead in the six only to watch the Marlins, come back and. Win nine to three New York splits the two-game set off today there in Baltimore starting on Friday now. The Red Sox lead over the. Dow up. The nine after the ten four. Win over, the Indians SOX Indians wrap up their series this afternoon we had the game for you Fox Sports nine eighty your maintains or three and a half game lead, over Oakland job as the as fall to, the Rangers for two Astros. Knocked off the Mariners. Ten seven nets hit three home runs and five three win over the giants Tri, city valley cats they get the, victory last night as well as they knock off Brooklyn seventy six Ohio State has suspended head football coach urban Meyer for the first regain to the upcoming season. For mishandling abuse allegations, against an Xs and coach. Meyer speaking last night says he, accepts the decision the suspensions are tough but, I fully accept them I. Wish I could go back and make different decisions but I can't allow states also, suspended athletic director gene, Smith without, bay for more than two weeks patriots cutting wide receiver Kenny bread and running back saquon Barkley back at practice with the giants that's check the sports I'm John. Boats laudatory for two, or three one WJ one We still have a line open eight hundred talk WG. Y one eight hundred eight hundred fifty nine forty nine your chance to win tickets general admission tickets to the, Saratoga. Race course for? Saturday of course that is Travers day we're going to, give you a news clue and a previous winner. Other Travers both the win in the Travers and, the news event happened. In the same year you give us the year and we'll give you the tickets and let's. Head to the phones now Stephen Schenectady Steve how are you I'm doing well how are you. Very good, okay here's the news event to prisoners escaped from Clinton correctional facility Indiana more they. Allude authorities for nearly three weeks that's the news event keanae Steve chase horse wins the Travers what year, did, those. Two events happening I wanna. Say two thousand fifteen you got it. Excellent well done hang. On the line, you're you're headed to. Saratoga on Saturday have a great time Thanks a lot Stephen Schenectady and thank you. Dunkin. Donuts they are been great partners on this Saratoga runs. On Dunkin and a reminder that WGN.

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"clinton correctional facility" Discussed on Empire On Blood

Empire On Blood

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"clinton correctional facility" Discussed on Empire On Blood

"Prison marriages they are not ordinary unions now wedding planners no flowers no band on her wedding day pam arrived at the prison with cow's mother and brother what happened he got trouble and they say you're not getting married today what you think i was pissed off because it was n your mother hair i'm here your brother here and you know they like no wedding today is actually being detained what did he done i don't i don't know if it was drugs or weapon of fighting or argument i don't know what i know that they just told me no wedding they told me no wedding today well too tough ride home very tough raido hammond cow do manage to get married a few months later and cow discovers marriage has benefits they have some conjugal visits count can let his guard down among other things he and pam go into business together they start a fashion business catalogs of clothes they sell to inmates timberland chuckers among them pam funnels more money in the cows 'cause fifty thousand dollars all told that's what she figures cow responds he focuses gets to work on his case and all this happens before dwight shows up in the mess hall at clinton correctional facility.

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"clinton correctional facility" Discussed on True Crime Garage

True Crime Garage

01:38 min | 4 years ago

"clinton correctional facility" Discussed on True Crime Garage

"I think we we need to wrap this oh pretty soon okay story at well before we do we you know we should mention after this attack on to talk after the attempt and i'm gonna call this this is an attempt on his life in my opinion this is a and a murder attempt i don't care if people say that we are just supposed to beat him i don't care what goes down once you get there no you look place right you don't care what you're told to do will you cares what actually happened exactly so the thing here is palk has to go back to court he still waiting for the end of this trial on the sexual assault case um you know he's in a wheelchair we talked about he and his road manager chris fuller were both convicted of first degree sexual abuse and now to talk has this lengthy prison sentence and i say lengthy because the other charges he had faced in the past he received yo 20day sends or a thirty day sends our core things were settled out of court so to park began serving his prison sentence on the sexual assault charges at the clinton correctional facility this would be in nineteen 95 now shortly afterward he released his multiplatinum album me against the world everybody remembers at one two parked became the first artist to have an album at number one on the billboard billboard two hundred charred while serving a prison sentence so he's got daglan for glory could accomplishment well in october of nineteen 95 to pack his case is up for appeal at this time.

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