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"detective young" Discussed on Making Sense with Sam Harris
"Has been born of necessity to reaction to the the dogmatism and authoritarianism of the right. And the very real danger of tipping back into this awful history of women dying unnecessarily over botched abortions and by the way Samo just interject we have no idea how many died because it was very rare. Dr worked out with the family. It was such a shaming thing for a death certificate to say abortion and for that to be in the public record that there was it would be called para tonight as it be the big thing that was in the thirties. You see it all over and over. It's an interesting people didn't catch on that. Oh she ate peach. A- tend peaches canned peaches or can't tuna fish and there was botulism in that and that's what killed her so we will never really know how many women died a over and above the huge number that we know about So let's just go into how insane some of this history was for second because in your article which is Recommend obviously everyone read. It's not very long but it was full of detail that I found astonishing and for some reason had never encountered an also link to an article by Catha polit from Nineteen ninety-seven which contains some information that I had never come across for instance in politics. Article she points out that first of all the the numbers of abortions that were performed under the medical supervision of the time was very high in the nineteenth century and up until the twenty S. the time of truly sworded. Dangerous Self administered you know quote back alley abortions at the peak of that was more in the forties and fifties and a May appallingly. You have like the Journal of the American Medical Association recommending that hospitals not provide medical treatment to women until they had confessed fully to who had gotten them pregnant. Who performed the abortion? It was literally like just an official recommendation of a medical inquisition before you administered lifesaving or potentially lifesaving treatment to a woman who showed up at the hospital you know at death's door and is just completely insane but the piece of history from your article that I never knew was the role of Lysol in all of this meet your contains old. Lysol AD which is obviously I mean before I might want to heat to read your description of it. You're you're describing this as just an obvious ad for yourself administered abortion through. Lysol and I'm thinking okay. There's no way the you know Caitlyn's too deep into this topic. There's no way this really is going to be at minimum. It'll be susceptible to another interpretation here but then you see the ad and this is just madness. This is like some counterfactual history of the United States that I never knew was possible. So just anywhere described the wonderful branding of of Lysol. We have now well. The deal with Lysol was that number one. It contained a chemical compound called. I think it's phenol. P. H. E. N. O. L. Very corrosive. Excellent for cleaning came to to just tie all the storylines together with big during cleaning hospitals during the Spanish flu because it was so powerful and women would use Lysol and it was all but publicly stated explicitly in the ads. They couldn't explicitly stated that douching with Lysol after sex would vary much. Lower your chance of getting pregnant which it did you know. Because some of that would triple in through the cervix and it's a corrosive force but if you were pregnant and you found a way to get a Lysol into the womb you would perforce kill the baby and anyways or the the fetus. Whatever WE WANT? I know it's loaded language either way but so the ad shows it's a very beautiful piece of mid-century graphic art a sort of middle-class looking white woman. Her hair is done her nails done. She has a wedding ring on. She sort of what we imagined when we think about. Oh the wonderful postwar American suburbs where middle class white people were leading this kind of enchanted life. She's a she's like June cleaver type younger than June but that kind of person and her head is behind her. There's a calendar which is a brilliant detail. It's just it's amazing. How much information is conveyed in? This photograph isn't it. I mean American. Graphic art is the iconography evidence used incredible toward the best of it. But so there's this counter day after day is crossed off in every woman in the world is certainly one childbearing. Years knows what that means. That means you're just waiting and waiting and waiting for the period to get your period. And she has her and believe me to your many all of your listeners. So younger than I am. Even in my lifetime there was there. Were no like home pregnancy tests. If you've God forbid thought you were pregnant you had to wait and wait and wait and then go see a doctor. You waited as long as you could and fortunately for me I eventually got my period. But she has her head in her hands and the copy is. I just can't face it again. And that is the headline. The headline graphically brilliant concept. I can't face it and it really I I saw this. It was last May know about kind of the Lysol ads. And I had really studied the famous actress Margot kidder. Who was the Lois Lane? The first superman movies and had a lot of a very tragic life maybe not unconnected to this. She wrote extensively about this abortion. She had as a girl where they filled her with. Lysol and I thought my God what a hideous event and then in May when I saw this ad I thought my God maybe it was a common event and you know as terrible as the Internet is things that it's great at our incredible. I was able to do the amount of research that in pre Internet days I would probably have given up on. You know I need to. I need to search all the medical journals. In North America possibly England from this blinked into their. They are New England Journal of Medicine. Something in Albany you know. Put your credit card in and here. Was this incredible terrible untold tale of women having Lysol this this absolutely poisonous legitimately toxic fluid with his very pronounced smell filled into their uterus and it would start yes it would kill the life of the baby fetus embryo. The fetus by then but it was would start shutting down the woman's Oregon's and the first case. This woman showed up her urine. Was Port wine colored? I mean she was dying she was in when I was a typical way. Women would show up. I don't know what's in. The Cath appears she's I often don't agree with her. But I think on abortion. I'm sure we end up at this. I know we ended up at the same place but women would show up in the absolute final stages of death by Sepsis. They would be very often. My mother talked about this for the rest of her life that those two girls were both interviewed by New York City. Homicide detectives young girls who had had a sexual experience and both of them. The cops wanted the name of the person who done it and she said both girls were so terrified. They wouldn't give the name because that's what they've been told endlessly by the person you may never give my name. Something terrible will happen to you if you did so this light these Lysol abortions. They did quite often work but if they didn't that chance for it. Becoming systemic was huge and very very terrible deaths in suit because of it and the finally the let's call him the products of conception the baby whatever when it came out the fetus would smell very strongly of Lysol which is just to me just a horrifying element of the whole situation. And it's sort of where the notion of uh sort of abortion being a murderous thing you can sort of see where that comes from but going back to history. I I definitely know what you're mentioning half that talking about the notion of a confession instead of giving your medical history before they treat you you have to provide a confession now in nothing else you know if you go in and you've burned your hand on the stove you don't have to confess anything before they'll treat you just say so they can give you the best team possible. If you're awake what happened but the whole that you'll hear on the right or let me just say that. Anti legal abortion group is that can you imagine that there's great anger that it came down to obviously a supreme court case and they'll always say. Could you imagine if the founding fathers had ever thought that their grand constitution would be used toward abortion? That is a fundamental ignorance about the nature of midwifery in the seventeenth and eighteenth century. It was completely normal for a baby that was born with a birth defect that was survivable birth defect but the midwife would make the decision herself later. When there was a physician he would and they would turn away from the woman and they would cover the nose and mouth and they would you know. Put that baby down to use that language. There was no sense of this sacred individual importance of every single baby. That a woman who would have many of them over the course of her life was going to was was being considered so I don't think it's historically accurate to think. I mean they probably be very stunned by a lot of things about today but the idea that some pregnancies didn't go to term because a woman and a midwife got involved earlier on wouldn't shock them not at all not in the least. Yeah Yeah There's one thing you do in this piece and you do the end in a very arresting final paragraph which I'll let people read you bring the experience of men into the picture in a way that it had never occurred to me to do so. We tend to talk about this as a problem of the ethical problem or the ethically interesting facts are the woman's experience how she got pregnant and all of the the chaos and suffering that maybe attendant on that you know again your rape being the obvious case and you know all the reasons why she might have not want to be pregnant or deliver a baby into this world and the question of autonomy over her body and you know the intrusions of the state and you know the other people's apparent interest in you know what she can do with her life and all of that right so the nexus of all of this is the woman and on the other side the obvious fact of taking Depending on how you think of it at what point in term of the life of an innocent baby who could have been viable at a certain point or potentially viable and has its own interests. So that's the problem but you bring the experience of men into this and suddenly the reader understands that when you have women dying by the thousands which was You know obviously the case dude illegal abortions. Many of these women have men in their lives. You know husbands in many cases and they are they have existing family is right in the. I just can't face it again. Moment is by definition. The story of a woman very likely married already having kids and so you take the point of view of the man who has delivered his critically. Ill wife almost certainly the mother of their existing children to a hospital where she dies and after that tragedy he simply has to go home and face raising the kids by himself right. Which is as you can imagine in the forties. Just how fully unequipped the average? Man would have felt doing that. And that's part of this picture of level of chaos introduced to the lives of men. When this has gone wrong is something that you know a little. I have never spent a second thinking about but I mean you bring it out so vividly here and it's just there's so much human suffering that awaits us if we imagine going back to anything like you say with twenty-first-century medicine a back alley is not likely to be a back alley. But if the people who want an absolute prohibition of abortion get what they want it seems to me that no one is really thinking through the totalitarian horror required to truly prevent illegal abortions. Ainhoa you have doctors going to prison as murderers you have people still resorting to procedures that up killing women unnecessarily and rendering children motherless and this is not just a woman's issue there are men who will suffer immensely because of this as well and so it seems to me that almost no one on the side of prohibition is grappling with these facts but then to make this interesting you pivot again to the reality of the the image of the Sonogram which looks just like a baby. Right baby it. There's something that no from the poet's I think like calling out to like that's us. You know that is a human being that is recognizably a human being and the more that we learn about DNA the more that we understand that incredibly specific traits have already been determined in that infant. You know You know I've got one kid who could sit through you. Know to lectures at a FA- second-grade night another kid who was like boy his his foot would be tapping you know ten minutes in because he's just a very active lively person always has been all that you know maybe there's an artistic talent that settled..
"detective young" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"A lot now anybody testing is taking on a big role in the next phase of the fight against the virus with fewer people going into the hospital New York is embarked on one of the most aggressive testing programs in the country is correspondent correspondent Steve casted by doctors at Mount Sinai hospital Manhattan have been doing antibodies testing for several days now it requires further study Dr David rich is president of Mount Sinai he said because of stay at home and social distancing orders here in New York anybody's testing would reveal that a fraction of the population has been exposed to the virus it's a fiction to imagine that you're going to somehow find some immune work force the doctor rich said antibodies testing can help public health officials a lot about how the virus is behaving finding that one percent or two percent or ten percent of people are already immune to the virus would give you a very important information about how it was behaving Steve casting down for ten ten wins them outside lab is only a few select few at least approved by the FDA has screened about six thousand people so far identified about one thousand with antibodies you know I PD's detective young it isn't fooling around about social distancing the aisles today they're looking at the possibility of selling folks who flagrantly violate the guidelines and put their members in danger detectives endowment association president pound you come all so the idea of unnecessarily putting an NYPD detective in harm's way unacceptable adding they are not there to be abused and treated like second class citizens there's been no comment so far from the department quiet as it's kept yesterday it was for twenty day or week day if you will in America that's where people actually paid homage to wheat at four twenty PM on April twentieth guess who got busted for having adult party in honor of it and breaking social distancing rules Juliet Papa as more police commissioner Dermot Shea says most new Yorkers are honoring social distancing laws but there are instances like this just last night we had a party what fifty people are he added in a in a commercial establishment that was shattered broken heart trust passing you know he tells CNN we cannot have situations like that thirty eight summonses were issued for trespassing five for pot possession police received a tip to head to an unoccupied commercial building on west twenty third street the party invitation was placed on Instagram to celebrate for twenty day Juliet Papa ten ten wins news and that Louisiana pastor who's been defying stay at home orders to hold services at his church has been arrested but it's not for staying or what not for at least nine stay at home orders authorities say Tony spell wasn't happy about a protester outside the life tabernacle church on Sunday so he backed up his church bus nearly ran right into one spell says he just wanted to talk to the guy yeah that's it but his wife convinced him not to he is charged with aggravated assault and improper backing let's check the traffic.
"detective young" Discussed on Giant Beastcast
"I think I'm keeping it for the for working for posterity. When was a really good interview? I forget where and what specifically was about one that they asked one of the product managers Google Sadie about like how they feel about the launch and stuff and always kind of a rambling answer that inevitably leads to the following statement. That's fine that's great. Yes like just a very like yeah. No things are fine Stuff goes here. Mischaracterizing Yeah it was. I feel like the tone was like we put forth a very bold vision and putting forth that bold vision is bold and efficieny and visionary and it's fine. It's fine it is that's great. We want to get there and I feel like getting. There's better than not getting there. You know what? Let this be a lesson not to Google me. They'll never learn everyone. Google the company that basically owns most of the Internet. And they know you're saying this right now right as you're saying. Yeah if they can have a misstep surely any. Nobody's perfect and you should always try and follow your dreams. Oh beautiful okay. I'll I'll thank you jeff. Dang that's great that's beautiful. I misstep because I don't think that's true. The class of twenty twenty back everybody. You could count on three missed. Do my graduation speech. I don't know if that was a skinny quote. Hey y'all should get as much money as Google so you can afford to make huge blundering errors. Yes and then not have to go make up for it. It's part of the leisure being Google but you know I mean the caller who'd blithering As maybe a misstep manage traffic thing. I don't think that story is completely played out the product matter a lot more for it to be a huge catastrophic. Mr Right well yeah I I think also like we've talked about this ad nauseam but like they have that infrastructure a. It's almost the services part. Seems like the most ephemeral part of the whole thing. They made a good controller did they. I've only tried to once didn't make bad controller. I've only tried it once it felt. Okay I wish boy. A little peeved at the whole thing still wifi that controller. I don't know I don't know I when I was doing it down in Florida. I was doing a wired th situation. You can't play Games down Florida I tell me about it. It still makes me a little angry because I feel like the texts seemed to work. Okay I know some people have problems for me. Worked okay that just a rollout man that what you get for your subscription money did not seem there and then way that's like how did you not read the room on this one Hey Man I duNno emails. What yeah well before we do that so I can cool down just a little bit. We'll take another quick break and we'll be back with US right promised. Here are the emails. If you've got an email sentiment obese casts at giant bomb dot com that is beasts cast at giant bomb dot com beautiful emails. Coming in for we beautiful people to answer you. Beautiful people like Tama. Abby wants to take this one from Tim from Tim okay. Hey Beast crew Tim here the question. The reason I ask is. I'm sitting on my couch looking at a video on youtube out the PS two is a compilation video of all the four thousand two hundred and eighteen games videos. That long on Youtube Yeah they actually encourage at. The numbers are better The collection includes USA Europe and Japan. There had to be a large chunk of games with licensed content which system if not the PS two had the best licensed game overall according to you or Games is licensed games that sort of an oxymoron. There was the I would say. The Super Nintendo was a heyday for licensed games with things. Have Spot Superintendent. Well now what am I talking about? Sixty four sixty four but There was a star wars a lot of Batman on the Super Nintendo lot of L. J. N. On the Super Nintendo. Yeah I feel like with the superintendent. Didn't get quite as much of the crap as the had but like I still feel like a lot of those licensed games were also people just throwing the wall and hoping. Oh Yeah I wanNA drastic park on the any SAS or that would have been SAS. And Maybe Sega. Yeah alone There is not good There was a home improvement. We're talking good licensed games. Yeah not listening to the question but then but then I would say the DS Oh boy. Oh since they made some Diaz. I think you're talking about volume here. More misunderstood fashion. Pc EARLY PC licensed games like like Alexei. One up the detective Young detective woman. Nancy Drew Ansi drew. Nancy drew I think great one. I don't really think of it as a licensed game but it is. I also played this American girl doll game that I loved so many Barbie Games. I bet at least some of those came to. Ps Two this.
"detective young" Discussed on True Crime Garage
"Welcome to Shaker Heights episode five the crucible floating floating falling on the ground I freeze on children's eyelashes and blurred. They're altered vision of the world. They see a different earth than I of candy and playgrounds and eternal smiles. I see the truth cold. Bare trees stripped of life and hard ground. That poem was written by a sixteen year. Old Girl named Lisa. Pruitt not long before she was stabbed. Twenty one times and left for dead behind her. Boyfriend's house in Shaker Heights Ohio in September of nineteen ninety in the hours after her murder. A small group of close friends gathered away from their parents away from the police and made up their minds. The person who committed this crime was the weird kid in school. The Kid who wore metallica t shirts Kevin Young one by one. They went to police and pointed the finger at Kevin and although was not one piece of evidence linking Kevin to the crime scene regardless of the fact that he had an alibi the small town police were taken by the children's stories and they decided Kevin Young was their best suspect. A tragedy was playing out in real time. Just outside of Cleveland and the name of that tragedy was the crucible on September Twenty Sixth Nineteen Ninety several detectives from Shaker Heights traveled to Ohio State University where Kevin Young was beginning his freshman year. Because of what happens next Kevin. Young's life will be quite short. He will never hold down a real job or have any long relationships with women no family of his own he will die at the age of forty four and two thousand and seventeen the detectives have consulted with FBI profiler who explained how they could extract a confession from Kevin speak to him late at night. They said Bring Lots of Candy and Soda. Be Good Cops. Try to make friends with him. Let HIM FEEL SAFE. And so it goes Wednesday September twenty sixth nineteen ninety. Deputy Chief Jim rosiest detective sergeant. Dan Villardo detective top Kosinski officer Ben Hur Secretary Roz and I drove to Ohio State University. We arrived about six. Pm and met with captain. John Petrie and detective Jim Younger of Ohio State University Police Department also present. Detective Sergeant Tim Reid and detective. Tim Ward who had gone to Columbus earlier in the day. The cavs police assigned one of their officers to watch the dormitory to let us know. When Kevin Young came in we planned to make contact with Kevin About eight PM. We then went to the Ramada Inn to get settled and have dinner as of about eight. Pm The Columbus police had not located cabin. One of their officers called the phone. And Kevin's room ask for Kevin and was told he was not in this office than set up surveillance on Kevin's room about nine. Pm We decided to return to the police department. Upon our arrival detective younger explained that one of his undercover officers has just located Kevin Young. He explained that. This officer was dressed as a maintenance man. It was clean a trash room that gave him a direct view of Kevin. Young's dorm room. This officer had just reported that Kevin had left his room. Gone down the stairs and returned with pop. He added that Kevin was wearing a blue woodbury. Run T shirt. I followed detective younger to the dormitory. Rob Houses one of the dormitories. Moral Tower located on the campus at Ohio State University. Detective younger I entered the third or the main floor. This is the only entrance into staffed by students who provide security and limited access to the building. Detective younger identified himself as campus police and we went up the elevator to the fifth floor. There we met with the campus police officer who had seen Kevin Young. He told us that Kevin's roommate and a girl had just left but that Kevin was in the room the door to the quad dorm room number. Five fifty was open. As was the door to Kevin's room which was five fifty four. The open hallway door entered into a small living room. Type area to the rear of this area were four doors. Each leading to a dorm room shared by two students. Detective Young entered the quad dorm room through the open door and knocked on the door. Way To Kevin's room. I waited outside in the hall where I could both see and hear detective younger. Detective younger displayed. His badge identified himself as a campus police officer and told Kevin that someone was here to talk to him. Kevin said to ask him in and detective younger said it was private and suggested they step out in the hall and away from his roommates. It should be noted that we had selected the hallway because the room to the other quad. Dorm rooms were all closed. No one was in the hallway and Kevin's other roommates were in their rooms with their doors. Open Kevin said he needed to get off the phone. Kevin Young detective younger than walks into the hallway. I deduce myself as Tom. Gray from the Shaker Heights police department. As I said Shaker Heights police department. Kevin said the words with me. Kevin Nervously said he had been expecting to hear from us. I told Kevin I'd been interviewing a lot of people who had information about Lisa Pruitt. I added that rich mullany and Jim. Brosius had told me that during his first interview he had offered to come whenever necessary to help us with the case. I told him that since I needed his help. I thought it made more sense for me to come to Columbus. Kevin invited us into his room. I told him that I thought it was private and best be done away from his roommates. I added that I had asked detective younger to get me into the building because that would attract far less attention than the Shaker Heights. Police I went on to tell Kevin the we could use a room at the campus police department and he appeared to get very nervous. I then told him I was staying at the Ramada in about five minutes from campus and that we could use my room Kevin agreed and said he just needed to get some shoes or call home. He dialed the phone. That put it down gotta shoes and asked if he could call later. I told him he could call home in every wanted detective younger. Kevin Young and I walked towards the elevator. Kevin said the stairs were faster so we walked down stairs. Detective younger got into his auto and went on to other duties. Kevin and I got into sixty seven. Eighty to an unmarked Shaker Heights police cruiser during the drive. Kevin and I did not talk about the case instead. We discussed college life dormitory life and classes. He mentioned that he was glad to be at school and that it was an opportunity to begin a new life. He explained that he had not decided on a major but was interested in business. He added that his real interest was in economics and we talked a little about economics. The Adam Smith Foundation. He started in high school and Mr for Resou- his high school economics teacher. We discussed the adjustment to college classes. Kevin said it was an easy transition because what he was doing. A college was a review of what he did in high school. He said he tested out of enough credits. That he will be soft more mid year he also talked about the honors program in Ohio. State that he is currently enrolled in Kevin. I arrived at the motel about nine forty five PM. We parked by number two and took the elevator to the fifth floor room. Five twenty was around the corner to the right as we exited the elevator as we entered the room. Kevin remarked that it was a nice room. He mentioned calling home and asked if he could wait until after we finished. I told him he could call what he wanted and offered to. Let the city of Shaker Heights. Pay For the call. I suggested a seat and make himself comfortable. He sat in the seat on the couch. Nears the window. As I sat on the other end of the couch there was a loud noise like a helicopter from outside Kevin that we could close the Windows. I got up closed both sliding doors and turn the air conditioner on low. I begin by explaining to Kevin that I spent the last two weeks talking to people then gathered as much information as possible in an attempt to figure out what happened to Lisa. I told Kevin I needed some insight from him in addition to just discussing his involvement. Kevin said he was eager to cooperate in any way that he could. I told Kevin that this trip to Columbus was important to me. I explained that we were under pressure from the media and there were some loosens questions I had about his involvement with the case. Kevin responded with a few comments about how bad the television stations are how bad he felt about what they did to Dan. He added that he would like to resolve this before the media gets a hold of the story given us how long we would be and I told him I wasn't sure I explained to cabinet. Since I came to him for help. He could decide when he was ready to stop talking and I would take back his dormitory. He mentioned that he had an eight o'clock class but added that he was a night person. We could take our time. We discussed class schedule and the classes he was taking. I offered Kevin pop and he chose a coke from the CAN I offered I offered Kevin pop and he chose a coke from the can the only way I drink it. I then reminded Kevin that I was a police officer that I was investigating a crime then reminded Kevin that I was a police officer and that I was investigating a crime in which he was still suspect. Kevin said that detective mullany had explained that to him. I told him that he had a right to remain silent in. Didn't have to talk to me. Kevin said he wanted to help. I told him that we could stop or take a break whenever he wanted. He said he knew that as I started to explain that he could talk to an attorney. Kevin interrupted me and said that he understood his rights. He explained that detective mullany had explained all his rights and that he signed a paper that he understood. I asked him to tell me what he thought about the incident. Kevin replied that as he told detectives mullany he was afraid that tax can workman had done it and what scared him even more was that. Tex might have done it for him. Kevin Kevin went on to explain that he didn't know how he could live with the guilt if Tex had done it for him I ask Kevin Y. Tex would do it for him and Kevin replied that he Kevin had been at Arabiya on Thursday. When Tex came in Kevin said he remembers that at the time he was sitting alone at a table and was real upset about a good friend of his that had been sent to the Middle East. Kevin said he remembers texts coming in sitting at a table with him and saying something about going over to Dan drivers and that Lisa was coming over. He remembers the Tech. Said something about hating to be around when Dannon lease are together. I then ask Kevin why he thought Texas would do this. Kevin replied that texts knew that he kevin had a crush on Lisa for a long time. Even though Kevin insisted the crush was over Kevin out of the text was also worried about having an alibi for Thursday night. Kevin explain it. He was feeling extreme guilt even thinking about the possibility that texts might have done this for him. I asked Kevin who was friends with that. Went to the Middle East and Kevin said it was Emmanuel Robinson. He then went on to explain that. Manny was not really a close friend just some when he went to high school with Kevin added that he really didn't even know if many was there but that he had heard that from other friends. I asked Kevin of menu into the service right after high school. He explained that many and he had just graduated together and that he didn't know manny very well. Kevin added that he only spoken to manny a couple of times throughout high school. Kevin just scared him that a kid his age was going to come back. Dead from the Middle East Kevin went on to talk about the draft and how because of his January birthday he would be one of the first kids drafted. He explained that there were going to start the draft next year by drafting nineteen year old kids. I ask given what he thought about the draft and he said he didn't really think they would do. It can then went on to add that he thought the draft was unfair since they spent all that money all those years on a volunteer army. Kevin added those volunteers and reserves knew the risks when signed up and that they should not need a draft.
"detective young" Discussed on Happy Hour Gets Weird
"UFO investigator bet did have the good reputation that the enquirer lacked his name was Bob Pratt. You mean doctors from Google didn't have a good reputation. Chocolate sprinkle wasn't with the anywhere was taken seriously doctors for goals of move on but apparently the national enquirer had bought Pratt Pratt and I guess he was a big deal in the UFO community. They also brought in a skeptic with detective James Young who would administer a polygraph test so the enquirer. I mean you know doesn't have the best threat but it does have the money and the connections basically deal with the devil. The few will. Yes so sean. Inquire sponsors this episode brought to you by the national enquirer. The women began the session with the polygraph test which they all passed without any any signs of deception or call even detective young was surprised and began to reconsider his stance after. They all did so well in this polygraph. He knew that they weren't lying. Doc I mean. I don't know a polygraph polygraph. I feel like I don't trust polygraphs but I think you could be. Nervous are embarrassed and it could feel deceptive orchids Rita's deceptive. Yeah I mean I don't personal interest polygraphs but I feel like if all three of them are totally calm and maintaining composure. Hoosier not showing any signs of of anything of any sort of distress or a nervousness. I think that that would reinforce the idea that they were telling the truth. Ellison their own mind experience happened and also this was his job so he obviously believed it. Yeah Yeah I guess inexperience polygraph believes what they're doing right. Yes they and they know how to read people. I think I think rafter human behind the polygraph is better than the machine. Yes so after the polygraph which like I said they all passed the women worked with Dr Sprinkle on the regressive hypnosis. Okay this is what they remembered. It's it's about who now Ooh all three women were taken aboard aircraft. Nothing sexual was done to them but they were laurine but they were thank God. He's visits but they were put in humiliating situation. Okay Louise's exam was done on a table. A lane was inside a capsule with a noose like object around her neck and Mona was any type of chair. Their bodies were scanned their limbs examined and sometimes is bent backwards or at odd angles. Two of the women remembered a warm liquid being applied to their bodies which totally reminds me of the movie fire in the sky and it fucking second freaks me out on the town that is pretty common law a abducted of the abductees stories is like a warm lube. Yeah yes got applied to their body. The figures doing these exams were somewhat hidden. They seem to glide by and had large dark eyes Mona Stafford described an eye exam quote. I could see a light at the end of the tunnel which looked like a volcano with jagged. GET EDGE UNQUOTE. At this point. She described great pain in the is just like they'd been pulled out she said Mona recalled a single bright purple I with radiating lightning like raise Elaine described to is from a round head in deep darkness. One I she said was a beautiful blue encircled by a blue membrane. IUS Lid like a turtle and the other I appeared dark elaine who recalled the most about their abductors said had there were several small figures about four feet. Tall Lewis tried not to look at the alien beings because she was so frightened but added that their hands looked like jagged. Good wingtips they. All said aliens communicated with telepathy. Cook lie after the women had told there's yes communicated with each other now with them I think or with them with the woman I think that they met with them okay. I mean altogether uncommon. Yeah that's a common year. After the woman had told their stories none of the investigators had any doubts as to the legitimacy of their claims Furthering their case others in the Lancaster area saw UFO that employ reports were made about reddish orange lights and large luminous this objects in the sky that night teens all UFO flying and because they're teenagers were like fuck it. Let's follow it and they chase the UFO until it was out of sight and they reported boarded the craft of the police that very night significantly the owner of the pastor that the women were taken from reported an unusually low flying object suiting a beam of light to the ground in over forty years. None of the women's stories have ever been disproved. And that is the story of the abduction of Mona Louise Annually. Matt's pretty fucking scary. It's scary and it's one of the most widely believed corroborated the most evidence. They had a lot of research done on them. They proved to be deceptive. Were Liar yeah or four and like I said. A lot of people in the area saw the craft. So I mean if it wasn't aliens it was something I mean I just don't I want to know why them was it. Random think. That's the question everybody wants to know and also it's very I feel like it's so unusual that it's three Women all taken. Yeah Dr hoops. I just come to the MIC. My Gosh that was fantastic. Awesome thank you. You did a great job queue and now you have something to add only goodness okay. So I'm just going to talk about a little bit about size it. You might have been abducted. I'm so terrified right now. And you know what a lot of these women had the symptoms of abduction. Yeah so I- further cooperation. Yeah okay it's wild and crazy okay So I am. I'm going to read. There's a list on line from Metro News Okay and it was an article published. I I rob Wa on January two thousand fifteen now he got his information from humans are free dot com and humans are free. Did a an article. It's called strong evidence of alien alien abductions and basically they talk to people that said that they were abducted and gathered all of the symptoms. uh-huh they were having after the abduction and then they made a condensed list of seventy two. Oh Shit possible. Signs signs of alien abduction. A lot of each held by duck tease will then Metro and rob Wa did The top thirteen mean okay So I'm GonNa go through ROB's list okay and they're interesting. It's scary if you have had. These signs are experiencing these signs. You might want to look into this. You might I wanna be up now. It says hypnotic regression which Louise And Mona any elaine participated in is often used to recall information. But sometimes it's not really necessary. It's spontaneously recalled now some object tease after their abducted they could their life could change dramatically. They could become like a born unchristian orbit on the opposite spectrum become heavy into alcohol and drug abuse and there are behavior can come become very excessive and Iraq. Okay number one and these are no particular order. Lost Lost Time missing hours missing days anytime that you cannot remember what happened or account for story my life okay. Well that doesn't include alcohol abuse. Okay never okay so committing time from alcohol or drug abuse. No judgment here. But that doesn't count. Okay Okay Okay to marks on your body so any unexplained marks Burns scratches. Arches scarring has been is constantly covered in scratches and he doesn't know where they come from Particularly ankles wrists back okay. Okay Yeah but an more specifically Liga laser cut occurred like a very clean cut. not scratches like you walk through a blockade Bush okay Unin drunken stupor okay. I feel attacked are won't do that again. Number three humming noises at night. ooh Fuck now. Yeah specifically when you're falling asleep okay. Number number four the feeling of being watched folsom especially at night number five sleepwalking. Yeah so sleepwalking. Could be symptom of abduction. Okay that's weird number six sinus problems. Okay now how this could be a lot of people I was reading. Feel like they have had some implant in their sinuses. Oh God but among among sinus problems it could be Arash as some kind of rash A lot of rashes actually are reported after Someone thinks ed been abducted. Okay strange rashes. I mean not only from whatever happened to them but also rashes or away that your body handles trauma of any kind really really. Yeah like if you're starting to get sick a lot of times you'll have a rash because it's like your body fighting off things. Yeah yeah that makes that makes sense. Sometimes when I'm stressed I get. Yeah because it's your body bike. All my must off like a mustache on my top lip. I'll get hives since your body protecting you creating creating the mustache so you look stronger to fight off. Whatever the fuck is happening? It's amazing basically just a AH psychological wellbeing it is it is staying really from the lady. You see this Red Moustache I will fuck up if your world okay. Thank you stress. That's awesome. Thank you number seven dreaming about animals and was in on circulars. Fuck it okay. Yeah Number Eight Turning Vegetarian Oh interesting I don't know why it. He didn't really explain why I can look into that. If you're curious that's an interesting one or if you know why let us know these let me know. Are you a rashy vegetarian. He it was abducted by aliens now. I'm I'm on the edge. I see here I wanNA know I wanNA know number nine low self esteem okay. It's not view it's them okay. Okay yeah I I don't really know you're covered and rashes. You have low protein in your body you have less self. Esteem have unexplained unexplained cuts in Mark's. I feel like lowly though off team is yeah makes them yeah. It's a lot your mess. Your habits yeah number. Ten blood on your pillow. Oh God that scary. I don't know I don't like that. Yeah I don't really know what that's about okay. Number Eleven your TV goes funny. They're here who again you're breaking. Hell number twelve says scary cupboard which is I guess maybe it happened in your cover like the people that say they are abducted said that they were scared of a particular covered in their house or closet in there like something walked out of it. Okay that is scaring the shit out of me. 'cause they always have to have my closet door shut when I go to bed. Or maybe that they were brought in there or or somebody was waiting there. I Dunno and taking a number thirteen is taking vitamins compulsively. I think that is because your body feels like it's lacking in a nutrient After their examination. So one of the abductee says I kept telling myself it was because I wanted to be healthy. So maybe their everybody was like had a feeling of lacking a nutrients or maybe because that's all. You Crave Summer Foods is because your body knows you're lacking a nutrient right so I mean that's pretty freaky. All of those things are scary and it's also like if I had any of those I would also be thinking it's my house.
"detective young" Discussed on KNSS
"After a long battle with pancreatic cancer detective met young of the Wichita police department died Tuesday morning officer Charlie Davidson express the heavy hearts of the law enforcement community our condolences and thoughts and prayers to detective Matt young's family as they continue to mourn the loss of one of our our fine members one of our leaders long time bomb squad member a long time member of this department working in patrol community policing and as a detective in our domestic violence sex crime section detective young was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer back in January and was given at that time anywhere from six weeks to six months to live a man from California gets prison time for threatening newspaper employees who were spotted to the president's criticism of the media Robert chain will spend four months behind bars after prosecutors say he threatened employees of the Boston globe federal lawyers say the threat came after a coordinated media response to president trump's criticism of journalists in a series of phone calls prosecutors said chain echoed the president's referral to the media as the enemy of the people and the journalist would be shocked chains lawyer says those were empty threats made by man distraught over the death of his son the judge called change threats appalling colonel Scott fox news the number of twins being born has hit the lowest level in a decade the number of twin births had steadily increase for more than thirty years according to the centers for disease control and prevention driven in part by older white women who underwent fertility treatments but the agency says the right apparently peaked in twenty fourteen and it's fall into four percent since the lowest rate in a decade last year the CDC is saying I'm not sure why there's been a decline but the report's lead author noted the decrease occurred only in white women and women thirty years of age or older those are the biggest customers of in vitro fertilization treatments which are expensive the CDC didn't release date on triplet or other. multiple birth said data suggest it's trending the same way Lisa let's Sarah fox news okay it is S. use time now it's seven eleven eleven minutes past seven.
"detective young" Discussed on Not Guilty
"Seven. It was registered to a twyla m Hoffman twyla lived at two ten north lebaron street in Mesa right outside of Phoenix. When Cooley presented his findings to kneel us. The sergeant gave the go-ahead go check it out. In the morning Cooley and young arrived at the small home of twyla Hoffman and her husband, a man named air. Nesto Arturo Miranda. When we return will join Cooley and young as they tracked down there only lead in the investigation, and finally meet their prime suspect. Now back to the story. On the morning of March twelfth nineteen sixty three detectives Cooley and young knocked on the door of two ten north lebaron street and waited, but no one came to the door. A neighbor called them over and let them know that the house had been recently vacated coolly asked about twyla and the detectives learned, she was a mother with three kids and a husband named Ernie this, Ernie coolly asked, what did the neighbor know about him the resident shrugged, not much the family kept to themselves, but he thought Ernie might work for United produce a grocery shipment company. Cooley and young went straight to the United produce loading docks and found the primary shift manager soon enough. They determined that or Nesto Arturo Miranda, did indeed work here. He was a fantastic employees, hard working dedicated and reliable he had such a good reputation. In fact, that the detectives realized the shift manager wouldn't readily implicate Ernie in any wrongdoing. He told them that Ernie had recently moved, but United produce didn't have his new address, yet, coolly and young suspicious of this claim. But it didn't matter. They had what they needed. They went to the local post office the following day and found a change of address on file from Aranda, he and twyla now lived at twenty five twenty five west Mariposa street. They also combed through maranda public records and found a substantial criminal record his first. Arrest came at age fifteen in nineteen fifty six assault with the intent to rape. He was arrested again. Two years later this time in Los Angeles for robbery by nineteen sixty the nineteen year old Miranda had served a year in Tennessee State prison for robbery, Cooley, was convinced this was their man and he had almost let him slip away. Cooley and young drove to the Mariposa address sitting in the driveway. Was that old green Packard license plate? DFL three one seven Cooley, peeked through the backseat window already knowing what he would find a thick cord of rope strung across the seat. Just as Lois had reported. Twyla came to the door. I and woke Ernie up when the officers requested to speak with him. He agreed to be taken for questioning, but it is important to note that he wasn't being arrested standard. Phoenix police procedure in nineteen sixty three stated that if an arrest was made and the suspect was placed into a police cruiser the suspect should be handcuffed and accompanied in the backseat by another officer. This procedure was not followed when Ernie got into the detectives car legally and from Ernie's own point of view. This wasn't an official detainment. They brought Ernie Miranda into interview room to at Phoenix PD, detective young informed him that he didn't have to speak with them if he didn't want to, but Ernie claimed to have nothing to hide the asked him about his whereabouts on the night of March. Second Ernie claim to have been working at United produce that evening. He said his shift worker and wife would back him up that wasn't enough for Cooley and young to buy, especially after meeting his manager at work. They knew that Ernie had some people willing to protect him so coolly made the call. They needed Lois and Jameson. She returned to the police station validated, but still frightened. Coolly placed Ernie in a lineup behind two way. Mirror lowest stepped into the viewing room feet away from the man who might have raped her. She pointed to Ernie as the most likely candidate. But she admitted she couldn't be completely. Sure. It was dark that night it looked like him, but she couldn't confirm it for the detective. But coolly wasn't going to give up now. He was on Lois is side. And he was sure this was her attacker. It was just a gut feeling, but he was certain that Ernie was the guy and this detective wasn't going to let this opportunity pass Cooley, sat back down across from Ernie an interview room to he let the moment, hang in the air, Ernie asked, how the lineup went Cooley, said it didn't go well, not for Ernie Ernie side and asked. So they ID me Cooley, nodded. They're pretty sure any. And with that Ernie broke saying that he best tell the truth now Cooley. Agreed. He asked him just after midnight. March third on Marlet avenue, what happened and then Arnesto maranda confessed Cooley took down a detailed account of Ernie's night. He admitted to following Lois home to the kidnapping and to the rape. He also copped to the two other reports of attempted robbery and rape that Cooley, had found in the Phoenix PD system while conducting this investigation after a week of dead ends and wrong turns the case against Ernie Miranda came together in less than a day. It was almost too easy. Cooley. Typed up a template for a written statement, he asked Ernie to fill in the blank spaces with his own description of the events. The confession he had just related Ernie. Agreed. In crooked lines full of misspellings, Ernie bared, his soul and admitted to his crimes as a rapist and thief, Cooley, completed the rest of the document. It read March thirteenth nineteen sixty three one thirty pm rape, DR number six three dash zero eight three eight zero below the official log information maranda signed the following statement, quote, I are Nesta maranda do hereby swear that I make this statement, voluntarily and of my own free will with no threats coercion or promises of immunity. And with full knowledge of my legal rights understanding any statement, I make may be used against me, and quote, and with that Cooley filed the report into the system, logged and completed, he had apprehended are Nesto. Maranda and according to standard practice at the time, he had followed the legal procedure Cooley was finally able to put Ernie in handcuffs arresting him for the rape, and robbery of Lois and Jameson as well as the attempted robbery of another young, Phoenix area woman on November twenty seventh nineteen sixty two Cooley was convinced the trial would be open and shot in some sense. He wasn't wrong at least at first, but Ernie's legal counsel with zero in on one particular factor of the investigation at no point had Ernie been directly offered legal counsel up to and after the point of him making his written confession. It would be argued that Ernie Miranda's constitutional rights had been violated during his trip to Phoenix PD as the case grew in national prominence. It reached a point where a technicality in the law. Might set this admitted rapist free. The question became is that really Justice is the standard of law. More important, even in a case where a suspect seems clearly guilty the trials of Ernie. Miranda would throw the entire concept of innocent and guilty in an exit stencil tailspin a spiral that would lead all the way to the supreme court. Thanks for listening to not.
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"And each season covers a new cultural institution and exposes the dirty secrets that you were never meant to know from the founding fathers the music industry and dating to the space race and the wizard of Oz. There might just be dark side to everything if you like delving deep into the seedy underbelly of history, pop culture, and current events than you will love the stories explored on the dark side of new episodes. Come out every Monday. You've heard the good side. Now here, the dark side of search for and subscribe to the dark side of on Spotify or were. Wherever you listen to podcasts, again, searched the dark side of or visit par cast dot com slash dark side to listen now. And now back to the story. After her rapist, dropped her back Marlet avenue in the early morning of March. Third eighteen year old Lois shivered and shook as she walked the remaining distance to her home and act of unbelievable strength for a young woman often seen as so silent and distant once home she collapsed into the arms of her sister wept and related the whole terrible. Truth of her night. In the early morning hours. The Phoenix police department arrived at the house to take Lois statement. She described her attacker, as a Mexican male six feet in height around one hundred seventy five pounds. He wore a white t shirt, blue Levi's and black rimmed glasses. He drove a dirty light green sedan with Brown interior. Lowest also made sure to tell them about the rope that hung across the back of the front seat. It was filed as a kidnapping rape and robbery report. The detectives accompanied Lois to the emergency room where doctors examined her. They came back with a report, that would overly complicate, the case for detectives they found no visible marks or bruising on Lois his body. The doctors told the detectives that this was strange. If Lois had been tied up and struggled against her binds. There would be marks but the doctor was wrong. Lowest hadn't struggled against her binds. She had been too petrified with fear still it placed doubt in the detectives minds. But then a report came in that pointed toward a likely suspect in the early morning hours of March. Third police had pursued a reckless driver, the driver crashed into a pole and then tried to flee from the officers but he was so drunk he fell over. He matched Lois 's suspect report to a t six feet tall one hundred seventy five pounds and dressed in a white shirt with blue jeans. At nine AM on March fourth nineteen sixty three Lois and Jameson returned to Phoenix police headquarters, she met detective Wilfrid young, who had just joined the case. He wanted to show her a lineup of men including their new suspect. It didn't take Lois long to break down the polices best lead. He wasn't there man. The police pressed hoping, she was mistaken Lois remained certain. It wasn't him. The disappointed detective young realized he needed to hear the victim story himself. So an exhausted. Lowest went through it all, again, she highlighted, the identifying factor of the rope strung across the front seat of the rapists car. However, her demeanor wasn't convincing to detective young, perhaps due to some internal bias or the questionable emergency room report that threw doubt on Lois story. Young began to wonder if Lois was telling the truth about being assaulted at all, perhaps, the attack was the result of a lover's quarrel, perhaps she was embarrassed or upset about some secret boyfriend and this was how she justified at all. A study by criminologist, Dr Jan Jordan zeroed in on this unfortunate social bias issues of belief and credibility between police and victims will remain contentious while investigative officers approach rape complaints with particular, cultural narratives in mind. If the police had a better informed understanding of the trauma induced by rape. They would recognize that victims. Engage in minimizing behavior. Jordan, also quoted a detective from nineteen seventy five case twelve years after Lois traumatic experience. He said, quote women complainants in sexual matters are notorious for embroidery or complete fabrication. And quote, this is the type of institutional bias, lowest was now aligned against lowest was also dealing with a much more specific obstacle to Justice, according to Larry a Van Meter author of Miranda via Arizona, the rights of the accused by constitutional law, Lois had a learning disability that reduced her intellectual capacity to that of twelve or thirteen year old this presented a unique challenge to the investigation. Forensic. Psychology professors Rebecca Milne and Ray bull address some of these challenges and their study entitled interviewing victims of crime, including children and people with intellectual disabilities. Their research indicated that investigators who are not accustomed to interviewing victims or witnesses with disabilities may be thrown by the interviewees apparent discomfort skilled detectives rely on reading body, language as much as they rely on. Actual testimony detective young may have misinterpreted. Lois is unconventional behavior and believed that she was not telling him the truth about the encounter detective young suggested that Lois take a polygraph test when she realized they didn't believe her any trace of confidence vanished hopelessness took over. She requested some time to rest young granted and Lois went home to sleep away, her anxiety and trauma. To no avail. Meanwhile sergeant Seymour Neal decided that young needed some backup on this investigation. He assigned Twenty-seven-year-old detective Carol Kuli Kuli, had specifically requested to join meals investigation squad because of the sergeants reputation for not leaving cases open. He became a detective to solve crimes, and bring Justice to the people of his city Cooley, I met Lois when he ran the polygraph interview on March seventh he noticed her nerves right away. When Lois looked at the device, it seemed cold and inhuman in her heart. She worried it was just going to confirm the polices biases about her misreporting the incident, it seemed like a device, that was going to be used to prove that she was crazy and nothing more coolly did his best to keep her calm, but her stress only rose, as he showed her photos of known sex offenders. None of them looked familiar. None of them were her attacker. She felt like every answer. She gave was wrong next Cooley, decided to pursue detective Young's theory, that Lois hadn't been attacked, and that the encounter was consensual. He's zero in on Lois friend from work who rode the bus home with her. Was he more than a friend? Lowest denied this. But coolly pressed further. He told Lois that he understood she was shy and that she was very nervous. But perhaps, that's why she had decided to hide the true nature of her relationship with her co worker Cooley, wanted to get to the bottom of the report from the e r that so diverged from Lois version of the events, he wanted to understand why she hadn't been bruised by these supposed ropes with which her attacker bound her. What he couldn't grasp is that someone could be so terrified. They wouldn't try to fight back at all. When the session, ended the sergeant in charge of grading the polygraph tests had dispiriting news for Cooley. The results were useless today. The veracity of any polygraph test is suspect, as there is no concrete evidence that the physiological signs measure, during these tests, actually illustrate deception. In this case. Was not clear whether the polygraph results displayed lowest telling lies or simply Lois is traumatized nerves coolies nosed approach had also done him. No favours. He realized that his attitude toward Lois might have affected the test. So he needed to change tactics. He let Lois go home. It was time to dig in and do some real detective work. Cooley dove into the endless logs of past crimes kept at Phoenix PD headquarters looking for rape cases with a similar MO and location. While he couldn't find any reported rapes or abductions in the area of Marlet avenue. He did finally reach a breakthrough to women had reported that young Mexican men attempted to rob them. In one case, the men climbed into the woman's car and forced her to drive a certain distance. He told the woman that he was going to rape her. But after handing over some money and pleading with him the woman managed to convince the man to get out of her car without committing the violent act. Both attacks took place near second avenue and the paramount theater, meaning this suspect might have a hunting, ground. Also, it appeared that this rapist was bothered with a guilty conscience. He hadn't been able to go through with his crime in these other two incidents. And after reaping Lois he had asked for her prayers. Cooley, believed the same men was involved in all of these attacks. Meanwhile, in the days following her abduction lowest continued to work, her brother-in-law a former marine, given the pseudonym Paul accompanied her each night, and stood guard outside the theater, taking note of every car that passed by but he mostly felt powerless even after Lois trauma. She kept working, and the police didn't even believe her. Paul knew that lowest could appear strange or distant to people who didn't know her, but her family knew she would never lie, not about something like this. There was still a monster out in Phoenix, and he could come back for her whenever he wanted. Then on the walk home with Lois. He spotted it an old green car driving across the street from them. But just as quickly as it appeared it vanished, again back into traffic Josh turned to Lois apprehensive. He wondered should they keep looking for it. He would stay by her side. Of course, he didn't wanna let this chance get away bravely, Lois agreed together. They set off to track down this green car that looked so much like the one from March third. As the night sky grew deeper, overhead they ranged out further from the center of town, but Lois persisted if Josh thought he had a lead. They should follow it. They turned a corner and there it was when the driver spotted Paul and Lois again the car picked up speed and rushed right past them, but it gave Paul enough time to make out the license plate. DFL followed by three numbers. Paul believed they were three one to lowest confirmed that the car seemed to be the one together they memorized, the license plate numbers and rushed home to call the police. Paul met with detectives Cooley and young the next morning. He brought the information he had found with Lois. Help Cooley wasn't happy about their tactics. But it did put Lois as story in a new light. If this green car had been seen, again, it was possible that the stalker was returning to the scene of the crime behavior such as this tract with coolies perception of the suspect as someone with a typical hunting ground for victims. He agreed to run the plate numbers DFL three one. Two were indeed resign plates belonging to a nineteen Fifty-eight Oldsmobile. However Lois his brother-in-law swore the car. They saw the night before was a Packard this car had a very distinguishing trait, the tail lights of Packard were divided in half by a chrome line at night from behind the Packard appeared to have four tail lights instead of just two. Two and Paul and Lois were certain the green car with the DFL plate had four demonic red lights. It was a Packard it had to be Cooley, decided to humor them considering they had cut down a bit of his work for him. He opened a new search now spread across the entire state of Arizona. He was looking for any car with Arizona plates. The began with DFL as both Paul and Lois were convinced. Those were the letters on the license plate. An avalanche of reports spread across Cooley and Young's, desks, it took some time. But late in the night on March, eleventh Cooley had a hit a nineteen fifty three green Packard, four door sedan with license plate. DFL three one.
"detective young" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
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"detective young" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
"I mean, if you're looking for something salacious there with Robin, Akiva, get tested, and I imagine you don't know a lot about our personal sex lives. Yeah. We'll get no problem. Exciting podcasts. Would it be more or less exciting than taking a typing test or an SAT practice test? I mean, all of these are. Not a do. You know, you guys, of course, don't have two hundred sixty of thirty two fans. So you don't know wholesome thirty Alex Chester lost a fantasy football bet where he had to retake this which involved because he couldn't take it on Saturday. You did to get a note from his rabbi saying was a thirty four year old man a note from his rabbi saying that he was not religiously allowed to take the test on Saturday needed to take a special Sunday version of the test. And then he needed to get a letter sign that he's not a pedophile because they high school didn't want to let him in. And then assume that they assume that anybody who's like in their thirties thing the test is only taking it. So that could be like apple T tutor as you need a certain or are there? Enterprising pedophile that take the. I don't know. They just don't want them in the schools, which makes sense. It must have happened. If they're on the lookout for that. The tunnel score. Do you remember, rob? I got in the fifteen hundreds. Remember, he crushed the SAT's though, say that is how this idea originally started was, Robin. Akiva, take the SAT. We didn't wanna put you through that. Because we knew that involve leaving your house. So we. There's tests or some other online tests. I'm gonna sparkle test. And what do you think? What was the first day again that murders says solving a murder mystery that wins that wins? Somebody reading to us from the novel. Exactly, they could read excerpts or a synopsis of the novel just enough. The have the information if you can piece together the clues are we looking at a young adult novel, or is it a grownup novel. I think most of the mysteries that are out there. Rob ably fall, the young adult like people might know. The hardy boys of the world. The Sherlock Holmes might be too. Well known at this point. So I felt novel at least I like differentiates it more from the New York episode. Yeah. That's fine. That's fine. Put it through Robin like Salva young adult novel. We could offer something. Okay. Where the biggest young adult author also. Okay. All right. I'm pencilling in something something young adult author. I think that's the current interational kiva play detective. Yeah. There's a new Nancy drew movie coming out this year. Also the crappy diaper. Nancy drew in the hidden staircase. That was the case that Brent was involved in right? Yeah. Okay. Okay. So Robin kiva play detective young adult novel addition. So onto the next to the first on is Robin Deke unmask TV characters you're going to welcome on a guest..