19 Burst results for "Doc Holliday"

"doc holliday" Discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

05:07 min | 7 months ago

"doc holliday" Discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

"In August 2006, the Adriano cartel's latest leader at the grio was captured. What got him was his passion for deep sea fishing. DEA agents had been on el dios trail for more than a year. Finally, they managed to put trackers on his 43 foot yacht, the Doc Holliday. Then they waited for the boat to cross into international waters and figure was chasing Marlin when the U.S. coast guard intercepted the Doc Holliday. With the three most powerful Adriano brothers either dead or in prison, the cartel got a new leader. And Adriano nephew named Fernando Sanchez. The violence quickly escalated because Fernando Sanchez had trouble controlling his deputies. And since the capture of the number one guy the U.S. wanted to get drug cartel kingpin Francisco Javier ariano Felix by U.S. agents last August, things have only gotten worse south of the border. In September 44 people were killed, including 5 police officers making it the most violent monk this year. Police said the killings of the results of internal strife within the drug cartels as others in the organization kill anyone in their way and fight for.

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"doc holliday" Discussed on Bear Grease

Bear Grease

08:18 min | 7 months ago

"doc holliday" Discussed on Bear Grease

"When I first started with the commission, the first thing supervisor did was tell us that there's a standing offer of a steak dinner for the officer and his wife, if they can catch louisdale, Charlie Edwards, illegal turkey hunt, and that would be the best statement or anywhere in the state. And that stood for a long time, but it never got filled. Wow. Nobody he never had to pay it up 'cause nobody ever called him. Nobody ever called him. We had state police undercover agents come in. We had federal fish and wildlife undercover coming in and they hunted with Charlie, but he never, ever, and they never hunted illegally. They count close, but these officers never could get enough to catch him. That was retired Arkansas game and fish game warden Jimmy Martin. He worked in Polk and Montgomery county Arkansas in the ouachitas, which are the only mountain range between the rockies and appalachians that run east and west. At one time there were snow capped and sword, 10,000 feet tall. Today, the highest peaks are in the 3000 foot range. Eroded by wind, water, and ice so deep in time, the gaps are filled only with speculation. Tom also erodes human stories, but much faster. Aldo Leopold alluded to the fact that individual cultures of the world reflect the wilderness from which they were huge. This is a big story. Hewn by wilderness and hardship. And it's unusually personal for me. You see, I grew up in Mina Arkansas in the western wash atolls. This was basically the hometown of Louis Dell and Charlie Edwards, though they lived in a smaller community about 15 miles east of town. I grew up immersed into stories of their exploits. And like a shadow over our community, it was impossible to escape their lore. Their influence. Charlie was born in 1941 and passed away in 2014 at the age of 73. Louis Dale, the younger brother, was born in 1945 in passed away just last year in April of 2021 at the age of 76. These were modern men. And I want to level with you. For years I've wanted to talk about them, but I couldn't figure out how to get around two things. The first being the risk of glamorizing outlawed. We're gonna talk about some potion on this podcast. But don't blame me if by the end of this, you find yourself endeared to these men. Deep in the American psyche is a fascination with people who push against the system. You can't turn on a television without hearing stories of law breakers. I didn't start this fire boys and though it's just under the surface in many ways Americans are deeply insecure people, and we're often enamored with people that have enough fortitude to stand against systems of power. We glean identity from these outliers and aspired to be like them, though the vast majority of us art were a society deeply fixated on obeying laws. And that's why we like the guys that don't. Our law abiding fixation is what has made America as successful nation of Law & Order, which I like and so do you. In the second part of this series, and yep, I said this is gonna be a series. We're gonna dive deep into history, human psychology, and talk with more law enforcement guys to learn why we love outlaws. Like Doc Holliday and Bonnie and Clyde will learn while we've created endearing fables like Robin Hood in the dukes of Hazzard. The answers blew my mind as the experts laid out a clear road map to why we are the way we are. Their origins will shock you and it might even have something to do with Karl Marx. How's that for foreshadowing? This is the voice of Neil Taylor, a longtime friend of the Edwards brothers. This will give you a scope of the operation, these brothers had with turkey hunting. Well, I was one year that Charlie and Louis and had a bat going on. I could kill more starches. This was back when he pulled out her in the Woods and get hooked. The only decision you had to make was which gallbladder is going to go after. How many chicken 80 gobblers in a flock was quite common? They had a contest. And I might be a couple bars off one wire or the nether, but I'm right there. And these turkeys want an ambush that I was called up and killed. I think Louis kiel 36. I like Charlie keel. He was either 32 or 34 and was either 26 or 28. That was all in one season. Their best year. But mind you, they did this for decades. The seasonal numbers vary with who you talk to in the community. But undoubtedly, in their prime, and when turkey populations were extremely good, louisdale and Charlie killed more turkeys in a season than the average turkey hunter wood in a lifetime. Though they didn't play by the rules that everybody else had to play by. Lorde was a, you know, he was, I never got, in fact, I never went turkey home with a double one time in my life, but he was about as good on slight calls he might have hurt. And it was obviously killed and killed as many turkeys anybody in the world. That was a Andy Brown. And that's a big statement, as many turkeys as anybody in the world. But having known these guys my whole life, in my own dad, having hunted with them one time, you'll hear about that episode two. I stand by Andy's statement, though it's only conjecture. I want to tell you my second hesitation in telling the story. Remember, I said there were two, and it's a result of growing up in a tight knit community. I didn't read these stories. I knew these men and their families, which are still here. I didn't want to tarnish the reputation of the family by broadcasting their story on a national platform. But the Edwards boys themselves didn't seem to care much about that. And I decided the way I'd remedy this situation was go directly to the family and get their blessing to tell the story, which I did. Little did I know what I was getting into. Here's mister Jimmy, the gay morden given us a head start nugget on understanding the Edwards and the context of their story. When did you start with the Arkansas game and fish? Started with 1988, junior 88. Back in about the first 5 years, it was like the wild west. As far as turkey pouching, deer poaching, the night hunting, net and fish on Walsh tall river, it was like the wild wild west that we still had the old time poachers. I was initially assigned to Montgomery county. And then I moved back to Pope Kenny, I think it was in 19 94. The old time poachers that grew up in hard times. Most of them did, the ones that I ran across the hardcore matters that used nets in the rivers and all the lakes, the hard time, 9 hunters, for deer, you know, the bad pop turkey poachers, the bad daytime deer hunters. They were all from old times when times were tough, meat was hard to come by and outlaw and was just away alive. Most old.

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"doc holliday" Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

04:01 min | 1 year ago

"doc holliday" Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

"I never liked him. Growing up, but I've told you that I was at Robert Evans house living in the guest room. At the same time, Val Kilmer was also staying there because they were making the movie the saint together. And thou thought that was the best role he had because the saint had so many different characters within that one character. And he felt that was the best way to express his acting. In fact, he turned down Batman to make the saints. It didn't do well in the box office, but as an actor, that's not what he cared about. He cared about the big paycheck, but he cared about being able to show more character work. He was very upset when he made Batman that Tommy Lee Jones and Jim Carrey had these parts where they could just have a ball with. And when you played Batman, you played Batman. It's not much Batman does outside the lines. Anyhow, I love that this image of Val and share has been brought to light by her. I think it's great. It was just kind of who they were at the time. And she wanted to make it known because she saw the documentary, she also said, and this gets kind of sad. It shows me up. She also said that Val helped her with her acting craft during the early days of her movie career. You know, shares a goddamn Oscar winner. I don't think she deserved it for moonstruck, but she won an Oscar. But in the beginning, she wasn't very confident in her skills. Even though she walks around and acts like she's so fucking perfect, the truth of the matter is, she was scared and nervous and didn't think she could do it. But when Hollywood tells you, we think you're ready to be an actress, what do you do? Say no. No, you do it. And that was there to be her wingman. You see how I did that? I put a Top Gun reference in there. Anyhow, he helped her through herself down. That's really nice. And she says that Val helped. Her with her screen test for the movie mask. He gave her a lot of confidence in her work. And then that screen test, she didn't understand why they were coming to her because she'd already done the movie silkwood and she'd proven herself. Then they went the next day and she did one for him, desire under the elms, I think it wasn't in the middle of it. She got so absorbed with what he was doing that she just forgot her lines. That's what happens sometimes when you're standing across from an actor that just is absolutely amazing and what he does. And say what you want about Val Kilmer. He was one hell of a goddamn actor. You don't get to play Mark Twain, Jesus, Elvis, Jim Morrison, Doc Holliday, and God knows who else, because you're lucky. Because you goddamn good. And the most beautiful takeaway from this interview that Cher had, I think, with people mansion is that they remain friends for over four decades. And the two of them really bonded through humor.

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"doc holliday" Discussed on The Words on Fire Podcast

The Words on Fire Podcast

05:20 min | 1 year ago

"doc holliday" Discussed on The Words on Fire Podcast

"'cause there's a section of the cemetery according to them that's blocked off because they see that there's a lot of Evil entities and spirits that they've attached to people before and either they had some kind of Something happened to them. So i wanna go see that but i remember starts at ten somebody describing the worst. I wanna go see that. I wanna see somebody lose an arm. So that's like a ten in a finish it too so it wasn't really overnight. It was just like a four hour deal. Yeah i mean now there's like fuck fuck over my dog. I'm telling you. I think you fucking brought her with your finding a d. muros that's all right. We got doors that can come in a. I'll i'll just tell them. Maybe you stay here. Just chill. Don't follow me. Just chill dog feed a There's so is it in arizona in tombstone arizona right where the ok corral and other should happen allegedly. There's a hotel there that you could spend the night in that is haunted And i've been wanting to do that. I just can't find anybody to wanna go be and i just don't wanna get fucking down. I don't wanna get molested by fucking ghost and shit. Listen by doc holliday. Or some shit. It your scary miliana. Yeah because i mean you know the movie tubes on loan. I'm huge fan. I've always been a huge. It's val kilmer. Yeah that shows you made that movie val kilmer huckleberry i'm over lose obese but if you remember all the shit that happened there was a lot of fucking people that died. That vo fucker and to a lot of people died in the city of tombstone. Just random shit. The old west in general was fucking so west. Anybody any place is gonna be fucking haunted. That's going to be the place that gives you know what i mean Because i want. I would like osh wits would probably be haunted..

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"doc holliday" Discussed on Bitches on Comics

Bitches on Comics

05:59 min | 1 year ago

"doc holliday" Discussed on Bitches on Comics

"She's lesbian and has no beef with that and they'll they'll confront people about it and i love them and somehow i fucking cannot get enough like i love way known you know. I'm so focused on her and her relationship with talk. And i think it's partially because i know way hot is like and game you know like from the second introduced. You're like this is gonna work out. They're going to have some trials relations but this is gonna work go behind the series was like we're not gonna kill them or anything. Don't it's like we won't do that to you. It's all right like you can just comfortable. Yes yeah yeah which is huge. Because that's like something right that so often you know people would never even think to say something like that to their fan base. But i think that that's important and i i think the entire cast just absolutely sleaze lake. I love every person that they bring under the show and even the ones where i'm like don't know where this character is going to go and i don't know if i'm going to click with them or whatever it's like the casting is just a plus all actors have so much fun like even the ones that are villains or anything like every person just has so so much fun playing these roles. I think the more outlandish. They get the more a challenge but like the more believable. A lot of the actors can play a. And so you can just see a lot of that in the show like you can see the care and the attention to having a good time with it. Lake kind of embracing what silly about it but also not being afraid to just go so so serious at the drop of a hat. Pretty much like there's times where winona is just like crying and stuff. And i just think the way the every one of these actors does such a good job embraces the character that they're playing so hard it clicks. It works everything about it. It's like what sells how goofy all of this is right. Yeah and they're aware of the goofy look. I think that's really a nice piece of it as well just in case. You haven't seen it or don't know the premise. The idea is that why known herb turns twenty seven. She inherits the curse that has been passed down from wider. Who killed seventy seven people in his life. And all those people now resurrect in a cycle of being murdered by an herb air. Going to hell and then coming back typically with like new powers it is so macab you know it's like this albatross around her neck. She has a magical gun called peacemaker. Which is wider scott. Obviously when she goes to get the gun she also. Lets turns out. Doc holliday. Out of a well. He's a mortal everyone's like how and that's part of the fun mystery of the first couple of the really the first season and then changes in season. Three why known a had a two siblings two sisters one is willa and the other is willa is incredible. Willa is pretty much only in season one but at the beginning of season one. They think that she's dead and then they find out. Oh shit there are fates death just evil well in and Held prisoner by revenue since and mentally tortured so turns out. When you still children he could really fuck up their lives. All the revenues obviously are cast of baddies. You get that monster of the week. That i just find irresistible. I love a monster of the week format. But then you know it's always building towards these goals so the first set of monsters she really cares about. Killing are the ones that came onto the homestead which is where they live and tukwila that fateful night. when why don't it was. What like nine ten. Maybe just a baby fucking baby. You know so. That's a really cool story line..

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"doc holliday" Discussed on Bitches on Comics

Bitches on Comics

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"doc holliday" Discussed on Bitches on Comics

"And so i watched like the first episode and i was like this is not that good but i have a feeling. It's going to get way better than this because it is still good. But it's not one where i'd be like must see the next episode of this but get better in the next episode and it just continues to get better throughout the entire first season and tell 'em like crying about the whole willow thing. Oh well. i'm weeping overweigh hot like day after day. You know lake through that entire first season. Because that's when they meet and it's all q. I love doc holliday. Because he's so funny so it did definitely endear itself to me very quickly. Basically because it's like even in that first one even the parts where you're like sure they have no budget and blah blah blah like. Whatever it's at the very beginning you can still tell that it's going to be funny. And that like known is going to be an a likable character. Right yeah and and not your typical hero. She's you can be all messed up flood even though it was just finishing the series last night and this morning to be real and there was like a moment there around the campfire and it was about halloween and was like hey remember when i wanted to be a scarecrow and when i was like oh yeah i stole pair of dad's jeans and some straw and then you were the cutest Scarecrow ever and waverly response. Is he locked in the cellar for three days for that and i think that that casual relationship to trauma because it is so omnipresent in their lives really feels relatable to me. I've loved buffy. Like i'm not going to lie to you. I think buffy is great. But i never really was worried about being likable in high school. I was never really worried about making the cheerleading squad or either really wanting to be normal because it was so far out of my grasp. So i feel like there's something in in china in waverly and even though they're totally opposites about how they react to that trauma but it is part of who they are and it's it's so again like throughout the series. They never lose. Sight of these are people who've been deeply deeply hurt and waverly finding ways to heal and she's finding ways to heal even more through her relationship with nicole hot and why known a- you know she tries to heel. She tries to get better but you know for the first three seasons there is a curse over her head. She must kill seventy seven seventy seven. I think revenue to be able to end the curse and no one's ever done it since wyatt. No one has ever killed them. All obviously the curse exist and they've had horrible things happen. You know her her father. She shot him by accident. But like really he was about to be murdered by a bunch of revenue. Her sister is kidnapped. This is like when she's a baby then they're like oh you're crazy demons aren't real and you're like oh my god. Oh this poor baby. It's like okay. that's why why not. Who is who she is. And i think that's what makes this show so appealing. I expect myself to be like there to watch way hot. Because they're everything that. I dream in a series. They're so cute. They're so in love they're so unabashedly queer. They know who they are waverly very comfortable being bisexual especially in the last two of the four seasons and you know nicole no..

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"doc holliday" Discussed on DV Radio

DV Radio

07:54 min | 1 year ago

"doc holliday" Discussed on DV Radio

"Lived lucy level no also basic. So what they're saying is if you look at the map. The green where it says above sea level next to the sea is above sea level. As soon as you're inland a little bit. You're below sea level. No you're not. no. That's why i'm saying it makes no sense our definition of below-sea-level. It doesn't make sense. No it doesn't yes it got when you go swimming. Do you swim on top or in the ocean. Way swim in the ocean but we drive exactly. Oh my god exactly. We have to drive up to get to the ocean. No you don't not unless you're looking at a map and you're looking at increased by elevation. So i can go swimming in the option you sure as hell decrease when you stepped foot and ocean quick sign. Oh my goodness. But i just hate. I hate that it really irks me. This is a good little. Image is not going to understand it because it's in dutch managua and standard room. Just gonna get pissed off below you make up this off. I mean you're not that retarded you can figure out what to scroll down. I love the sound that retarded. You'll have to scroll down you'll know it when you do more army there's erosion and balance and then there's the pumped well water table all down. I only see those two at the beloved ones. But it's not a map it you said now you hard her. She said math. That i changed my mind. It's an image. The yellow yeah. I've seen that one before. That one still doesn't make sense because they're under fucking water every time every time. I've seen them out like that or diagram. Should i say i'm like you can't have the house. Underwater west pressurized. It's like oh. I worked in the atmosphere. No hidden bitch didn't like jesus. I remember seeing that in my in environment environmental and geographical book in science class. When i was in school and not told seizure like that is the dumbest definition of below sea level. I've ever heard in my life and everybody busted out laughing. Everybody that teacher even loud and we could do. We can do the wrestling class that day. He couldn't we had to move on to another topic because she knew i was not gonna let up. I wasn't because i was going to run every vein like that irks. You can't live below sea level. I live on a dock below sea level. Okay that makes sense to me was an. I live below sea level. No you don't know johnny ringo. Do not doc holliday. Didn't even below sea level sure l. Johnny ringo can't do it like i thought i did pretty good with not pissing off but apparently had to bring the flood. Didn't ya well. Because it's a serious story. That lefter have turned out quickey which is above sea level. Look that up really quick just for that joke about me that much credit come on now goodness. I love how she said. You're probably not going to understand this diagram because you don't read dutch. It's literally one word of dot and the rest of the draw. And i'm like curry sure. I don't need that retarded. What's funny the fact that you say. Not that retarded. Six out of this. He would have been what like what's ahead do and you would have been like. That word does not matter for what we're talking about right now. Oh i don't even know how. How do you say that giggle that word. God you need to look at it again. I want to say that word. And what does it mean janesville. What's it mean. sea level. Let make sense for now. Wh only that god move. I was yelling. Of course. it's not gonna sound the same. It's like my my favorite seve curl and dana. Carvey moment german. Say nice things. Have you heard that google. I have all my god really quick before we end the show. I'm gonna play this. This is from the dana carvey. Show back in the day. When you know dana carvey show. Let me see if it'll play through here. Make sure i got to set up really quick the taco bell. Can you hear that yup yup okay. It's one minute law. Just lessen the taco bell dana carvey show would like to present germans who say nice things off in to me violate get laws. Y'all talk what you are not getting eight. That's one of my favorites kids ever like.

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"doc holliday" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

04:16 min | 1 year ago

"doc holliday" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

"I think i may have heard before. And i'm sure you fellas have to but if you're not at the table you're probably on the menu. Oh yeah that's a good one and that's a scary one two oh prescient for what we're gonna talking amounts of them. Oh yeah absolutely good. Call and so. This is where these relationships is where the money comes in former and current lobbyists acknowledge one way or another that money translates to access to facetime to the meetings. Picture this okay. So now codename. Doc holliday has gotten elected and is in congress. The constitution protects the right to send a letter to your congressperson but it says nothing about what how. Congress person needs to respond whether they need to respond or wending to respond. That part is up to them so you know what we voted for doc. Because she's the right candidate. We're going to talk about her. We're talking about the person next to her. Jonathan strickland is also an office. He's nextdoor dot help us teeth. He's a he's the house representative for insert district here. He's busy he's got he's got just thirty minutes free at three..

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"doc holliday" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"doc holliday" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

"Otherwise th they're not that's not their wheelhouse. There will houses to kind of help craft policy but not necessarily to directly reach. I mean it's complicated. Because certainly there are high ranking officials in unions that got elected that way because they have influence but the lobbyists are just an extension of that right ben. I'm going to get into something that you brought up early on. It was the example with us. Deciding to vote for doc holliday to represent us. Yeah this this concept that we have. We have things that we want. And we're gonna vote for her to go represent us and do those things woohoo. It's interesting. The way campaigns have evolved over the center. Will i mean let's just say decades in the united states but how campaigns have evolved to where there's a platform for a candidate generally the electorate the ben mats and knowles choose the candidate that has that platform that has the most things that we agree with or or want right. Then that person gets hopefully elected if if you know we have our way and then goes off to congress and then we really have almost no say. And it's almost as if we're not we don't get to elect somebody who is specifically going to represent our wishes in that way it's more like we hope because of what they state their platform is they're going to do and the danger here that we're going about to get into is we keep talking about it but we don't then have that access anymore. Yeah exactly. that's that's where we're headed in this episode. Just so it's this weird thing i suppose in. I've i've got some great. I've got some great analogies lined up. By which i mean dumb analogies. That sound funny like three. Am but let's hope they land We'll see you guys are absolutely right and this you know a lot of politicians. I say that one of the missing pieces there that that we also need to fill in..

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"doc holliday" Discussed on Real Monsters

Real Monsters

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"doc holliday" Discussed on Real Monsters

"Eighteen. Seventy nine doc holliday. Kills for the first time that goes no of it. He goes west at this year to clear up his rookie losses to get better air as were right eastern saloon. Where he's at and when he's in there and army scout threatens one of his working girls doc shoots dead would just one shot. So i'll be huckleberry huckleberry my favorite part of that is in vino veritas. Yeah yeah in inline truth for people who don't know but you know another interesting thing about dot colladay. He actually had the same disease. That i have essential tremor. Oh so his hands when they were at activity yeah and yet he was a dead shot. Oh yeah he was a dentist to atwood you like seriously. Yeah he had that near zone. We went to a ghost town that they head up there and it had one of his jackets deserved in it. This is pretty cool. Yeah july twentieth. Nineteen eighty five only one survivor after four attacked the night stalker. Richard rabin adds one survivor. Yeah we're gonna talk about that dude in a couple of weeks. I do believe absolutely is an interesting but stick stick's out to me. Though with richard ramirez there was one report that his breath was so bad it would knock guy over seriously. That was the verbiage they used. I worked with that guy. Well fair you go. July twenty one thousand nine hundred twenty four leopold and loeb plead guilty to so call perfect crime of kidnapping and killing a fourteen year old boy in chicago very interesting story there as. Well clarence darrow. As their defense attorney the great civil rights activists and agnostic. It was also very metric philosopher. In he's actually hero. Mind bible get to him if we do a show on him. Yeah july twenty second. Nineteen thirty four the first public enemy number one john. Dillinger's shot dead while exiting chicago's biographic theater Shot by got six times beds..

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"doc holliday" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"doc holliday" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

"That's what it is. What i love about this plan is how straightforward it is. Yeah yeah i mean. We're joking a little bit. But we hope you've enjoyed hearing this kind of what a one to this report as well as perhaps most crucially it's indications for the future at this point we passed the ufo torch to you fellow listeners. What do you think is this a genuine accurate assessment released in good faith. Is this a wag the dog a distraction from something else. Is this the tip of a larger classified iceberg. What happens next. Let us know we try to be easy to find online if you have a spaceship just fly over to atlanta. You know. we'll we'll take you out ship rap music spaceship. We've got a pretty big airport here. You might have heard about but yeah you can find us on the internet. The usual places of note. We are on twitter and facebook and also youtube as conspiracy stuff You can also find us on instagram at conspiracy stuff show. That's right if you want to use that little rectangular thing with the black mirror on it you can also reach us that way with your mouth. God i love. I hate luv saying that you can call us. Our number is one eight. Three three s. t. dwi k. You can use your real name. But it's more fun. If it's a codename like doc holliday. Or mission control Leave your message right at the top and if you have anything you want to say to us personally put that at the end and please let us know if we can use your name and voice on the show and if you have a lot to say we ask that you please instead of doing it. Invoice form senate in the written format to our good old fashioned email address. We are conspiracy at iheartradio dot com.

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"doc holliday" Discussed on Gamer Talk Podcast

Gamer Talk Podcast

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"doc holliday" Discussed on Gamer Talk Podcast

"But it was late and johnson lewis and beds. I didn't wanna be that guy but it was a shark in a pool in someone's slam into the mouth of it so it was computer generated shark and the guy was doing the underwater swimming and it just slammed right into the now is great that it was robotic looks good. I don't know. I thought it was robotic robot reaction to it like it was the side by side. Lost at sea as survival game stuck on sharks. Probably start off the raft. And then you land on island and you have to build castaway the game. Yeah volleyball can you paint him. And nathan wilson names already wilson but graphics look good. Is it game pass i. This is showing pre alpha. So is a game pass. Game player might be game preview when played if it's single player. let's see you can get it on steam as well face. Your fears dark moments. Explain mckay There's not a lot on their website. It's definitely head up heads up studios and had to go look at a trailer after the podcast interesting. All right well time for the greatest segment in the world. John are you ready. Yeah down town. Jane this week on. Fuck you chris. The more you know i google. I was busy today so about a half hour before the podcast. I sat down. I was busy. And i'll tell you why. And what the fox fuck you. miguel down instead started google shitting So i came across a article for the most boring tourist traps in every. Us state for grand canyon. Hold on we'll get to your state. Alabama point mallard waterpark. Its claim to fame as the for world first-wave fool deepak india do Alaska the north pole. It's in the north pole. It's claim to fame is the world's largest fiberglass statue of santa claus arizona tombstone. What's the oak. Morale was like more historical significance. The fucking grain kuni crack in the ground doesn't even look like a canyon. It just looks like fuck amount. Just stupid okay. Hold on out. Canyon historical doc holliday. Talking black no. I'm saying like ship. That actually happened okay. Hey kids this is where a river slowly eroded into a giant canyon over millions of years or billions of years. Whatever fucking ordering and there's like one of the greatest shootouts happened in history a fucking man. Dude thank you and it's haunted..

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"doc holliday" Discussed on The Drive with Paul Swann

The Drive with Paul Swann

07:21 min | 1 year ago

"doc holliday" Discussed on The Drive with Paul Swann

"Big day to day of red. Marshall had opportunity to be a part of near media vail ability there and let's be honest. It's summer we really don't have much to to get into specifically everyday when it comes to marshall so it was fun to catch up with a few of the guys hadn't seen a lot of these guys in person for a long time and so here are the next week or so you're going to hear from at least one player every day today. I've got alex me. I spent maybe about ten minutes talking to him and for the most part it felt like just catch him back up with an old friend. And that's how some of these guys are. Alex been there forever. I think he's been there. Probably it feels like twenty years. I know that's not the case. It just feels like alex mullet old man. The guy has been there forever. He'll be there when he'll be probably be there another twenty years. I don't know he just. He feels like he comes with a place. That's how important he has been over the last few years but with all of that said and all kidding aside talking to alex he seen a few things so i wanted to kind of get a feel from what the transition was like you. Go from doc holliday. You go from your coach. The guy brings you when you go from that guy to the new one. Who's coming in charles hoff. And i want to get his thoughts on what that transition was like going from doc into a new system with coach off. Well we'll be honest. You know having doc holliday as much for five years Got to know. Doc and that staff very well. I love doc holliday. I love that whole staff and Obviously everything happened and you know. I mean that's not i'm gonna player. I'm not. Let's not my choice anyway. But i love and i love the energy that he's bringing in our program and i love energy that all the coaches are bringing into our program. I think he's I think he's picking up. We're doc left off very well. So he's he sold he bought in. He is all part of that and something that we started talking about was coach. Aw he always talks about at least the short tongue. We've known him coach off talking about closing the gap. That's what he's trying to do. He wants to close the gap. That is his mantra. That is as battlecry. We're going to close the gap so my question to alex was. What does closing the gap mean to you. as taking the next up and it's a you know i've been here for six years for the years i'd say every year i've been here really five years going on six. We've had a team championship and we fallen short and honestly it's it's frustrating. It's tough when he says. Close the gap or like. Yeah he knows a little things that we need to clean up in order for us to get where we wanna go. We want to be a great team. And that's why he talks about closing the gap every single day. Another saying that kind of goes along with is how you gonna finish because how you gonna finish. It's all about you know you could. You could go into a game have a crappy first second third quarter. But if you fight your butt off the fourth quarter. You're gonna have a chance to win the game. You know and i think closing the gap is making sure that for for a full game. You're gonna be locked in and you're gonna be paying attention to details and you're gonna make sure that you can do everything in your power to win so my next question to him. What was it was that one moment. What have you seen. Or what have you done that has brought to you to this point where you bought it. What is making you believe. And what coaches selling with his mentality of closing the gap. I think every single day the energy that every coach comes with it could be you know we were running the six am this morning. It could be six. Am this morning or it could be when we come back at three thirty for to go out in practice on the field. Not practicing mean you know what is player led all that crap but like it's it's the same energy every single time no matter what it's It's just like it's really. I've enjoyed it a lot. It's a lot of hard work. It's a lot of hard work and early mornings and all that stuff but you can feel everybody buying in. You can really feel everybody being like okay. You know this is what we need to do to win the championships do it. Focusing on that grind out to this point. Of course you try to learn. How coach wants you to do things coaches teaching them. How a coach huff teen looks sounds acts and there's a lot of things that are going on as well as far as how you prepare for game how you learn how to do your job. All of this. It's it's the same but it's new in a sense that you've got a new coach leading and he's got his own way of doing things and so you're grinding. You're you're trying to get ahead as far as you can and you've been doing it for a long time now and with a player like alex let he's been there so long. He has a pretty good. I for okay. Who's excelling. Who's not who's performing. Who's getting better. He's not just a freshman coming in wide eyed and just trying to get things done and pick up on everything he he's pretty observant. So i wanna know from him at this point who stands out to him. We have a lot of young guys. That are look really. Good right now I think everybody's working their tails off. And i think everyone's coming along very nicely. Couple guys are jumping out to me. emmanuel bush. That kids a workhorse. He's a People will try to say he's under size or whatever but he's a really really good football player and he comes to work every day and doesn't ally neil You know we lost beckett last year. But neil has every single day came in and got extra work in and he's he's really grown into a leader on the defense and it's it's just really awesome to see and Just i mean there's a lot of us. I mean i i i could go on and on and on In our line room logan. Osborne the cavalcade. He's he's coming along really nicely. He's he's he's. He's a good football player Billy billy hasn't practiced with this yet. But you know he's he's doing pretty well He's he fits right along with line and He's a good football player. But like i said. I could go on and on. That leads me to the next player. I wanted him to talk about. And that's the quarterback grant wells. Of course. Alex says seen a lot of him he probably knows him better than most. As of course when you're on the old line you better know what's going on with the quarterback and he talked about his progression where he's at and just in general his thoughts on grant and you know what i.

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"doc holliday" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"doc holliday" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"The famous dentist, gunman and gambler who suffered from tuberculosis in the movie. One of the Cowboys references Doc Holliday as a longer because he's got tuberculosis. Alright longer. You go to hell, and Brian's friends started to make a joke. My friend always used to call me along because I was always coughing. Brian doesn't remember when the cough started or where it came from, But he realized his friend was right. He was always coughing all day long. Like a Usually like a dry kind of like, and his buddies joke. Got Brian worried. Was it tuberculosis? Or you know something serious because it just It didn't seem to be like a cold because it was just Constant, so I went to my primary care at the time. Did the TB test and that all came back Clear. He went to see an ear, nose and throat specialist. And at the end of the appointment, he basically told me I just needed to, like, meditate or do yogurt. You know, some kind of Something to calm myself. That was not what Brian had expected at all. He was looking for some kind of physical costs that made him cough. But this kind of thing is really common. Patients come to doctors with inexplicable symptoms. It often leads to a bit of a chase going from one specialist to the next. Test after test regular Pulse contributor NEDA Freya is a primary care physician. And she looked into what's happening with patients who have symptoms in search of a cause when we can't get to the bottom of what is going on with a patient why they are having pain or other symptoms. It can feel frustrating. We've done every test imaginable. They've all come back normal by all the numbers and measures. This person is healthy, but they are just not feeling well. This is really hard, mostly for my patient. If I'm honest also for me, I want to help And it feels disappointing.

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"doc holliday" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

05:22 min | 1 year ago

"doc holliday" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

"My stilton honors club. Can't wait for that. And then steph who we mentioned earlier says i'd make a joke about american cheese but wouldn't age well shots fired asks fire you can find. You can find more of these puns. We'd love to hear your your favorite cheese puns or your least favorite if you hate ponds and ignored are warning and sat through this episode and equally importantly. We'd like to hear what you think about these kind of things. Part of what's known as check off programs who mentioned this earlier. The idea is that it is so important to have your own domestic sources of food that you will. You'll go out of your way to support them more than you may some other businesses. Oh add jenna visas. Sweet dreams are made of cheese. Sawyer made cheese. Oh my to decide brie o. We got to get out of this. The paul can feel paul grain so so let us know your thoughts. We can't wait to hear from you. We try to be easy to find online. That's right you can find on the internet where you can also find that vintage government cheese box that i mentioned The listing is still live on ebay. If you're if you're down for that Just search for vintage government. Cheese box on ebay. I think the bid is up to around sixty bucks. But if you're looking for us you can find us on instagram. Our we're conspiracy stuff shadow twitter and facebook where conspiracy stuff. He can also give a telephone call. We are one eight. Three three s. t. w. k. Hit him with a map. Yea hit him with the the rules. I was gonna hey. Is there a hey. Is there cheese rams with. Hey the way with the way when you call. Please tell us the name you would like for us to refer to you as doesn't have to be your real name. Could be code named like doc holliday or mission. Control super cool. Then let us know if we can use your message on air. That's very helpful for us. Thank you lawyers. Say cheers then. Leave your message please. Only call once per subject. That'd be very helpful as well. And if you've got a message wanna say personally to us. Please put it right in the end there. You go a quick update. This just in. Code named doc holliday. Ads that have already. Angry are very high on her list and i promised her we would mention that. That's important as important stuff and you call us. Tell us your favorite cheeses. What you know about the cheese spiracy.

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"doc holliday" Discussed on Fortress On A Hill (FOH) Podcast

Fortress On A Hill (FOH) Podcast

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"doc holliday" Discussed on Fortress On A Hill (FOH) Podcast

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"doc holliday" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

07:39 min | 2 years ago

"doc holliday" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Fraud. Watch people okay from Tesco, which is I think it's just a straight up like supermarket in Britain. I saw that, actually. Yeah, You're right. And there is a Luisa Dough, which normally goes for about £15 was selling on sale for £5. That's good deal. But one of the guys who purchased it contacted some people who are in the wind and said, I think this is funny because the label looks like it's a photocopy. So somebody was doing knockoff Luisa dough, which normally goes for not that much and sold it to Tesco, who was in turn selling it, and this is a huge thing, and there's a big Debate even still on just how widespread Wine fraud is it's really difficult to get to the bottom of because there's so many people who have their fingers in this fraudulent pot, whether wittingly or unwittingly, Either way, are unwilling to admit that it's his extensive as it is, or the people who are burned, are making a bigger deal out of it than they are. The really is because they have the money in the context to get CBS to do a story on how they got burned by buying some fake wine, So it's not entirely clear how widespread it is. But There have been some really great Very famous. But almost proven stories of outright wine fraud. But it's a pretty new phenomenon well. If you think ancient Rome is pretty new, let's hear it, man. Well, that's I mean, ever since there was wine, people were making fake wine or trumping it up. It's something other than it was so the newer practice Like you can divide it into two things. There was an ancient room. They were doing stuff like this and adding, like lead to wind to sweeten it while they were killing people. But then there's the new practice of like. Hey, This is a Thomas Jefferson bottle of wine, and you confided to Christie's auction for $100,000. And it's really not that at all. Do you remember back in the eighties? I think we're your needy was adding like When shield wiper fluid or something. Yeah, I was at the very least in urban legend. More recently, there was something added to want to make it sweeter. That was really bad for you, but I don't know. I can't confirm if it was that case or not. This is specifically re you need in the eighties and it again. It could have just been an urban legend. Because at the same time that there was fighters, eggs and bubble yum, Uh sure, you know? Yeah, There was a lot of like. Consumer Panic. I think it was a golden age for urban legends, agreed. On. You know what we need to do? One on wine period? Yes, thistles. So us. Yeah, we'll do episodes on everything but the actual thing, And then we'll finally get to the thing on. We could also probably do a completely separate podcast on Wine tasting because Him. That's a really Bitter pill because there are some people who say there really is no difference in these wines, and there have been numerous occasions over the years where jerks have set up wine tasters to fail. Bye. Just switching out wines and saying, This is a really nice bottle. What's really crappy and they say, Well, this is lovely. The tannins are really coming in. It's Jamie and full and like you're drinking two Buck Chuck. People love this stuff That is a big bone of contention with wine drinkers and also people who like to poo poo that right on, say, it's all subjective and you're all just snooping either really is no difference. But there really is a difference. Well, okay, so there is a Like you say there's a big debate over that, right? Yeah, um But if you if you dive into the world of high and vintage wine collecting, yes, it is very It's like an aura. Boris right? That snake that eats its own tail, right? In that the people who are In charge of judging Whether something's real or not, are basing that on their previous experiences, which may or may not have been an experience with the fraudulent wine. So even if you can tell the difference if you've only been exposed to say fraudulent 18th century wine Then, when you are asked to judge a bottle of like 18th century wine, you're going to compare it to that. And if it's ultimately coming from the same counterfeiter, you will be like, yes, this is the real thing because I've had that before, and it tastes like that. Well, yeah, And here's the other thing is there There is a vintage, uh, appropriately aged wine that is tastes great. Because it has aged in such a way. And then there are these super old bottles that apparently tastes like canned asparagus eyes. The note that it brings out and these don't even taste that good. It's just the fact that you can own it and show people you don't even drink it In Most cases, yes, but you don't drink it. Jefferson wine? No, you have in your collection. So you say you look at my collection. Exactly. That's the whole point. A lot of people for a lot of people. That's the whole point is just Onus bottles like owning a piece of Thomas Jefferson. You get to show off and tell people how great you are right. Exactly. So that's how a lot of wine counterfeiting has gotten away with because the people are never going to open the line. Exactly. So whatever tampering you did with the seal is never gonna be discovered. They're never going to taste the wine inside so it could be Two Buck Chuck or whatever won't see the cork. Yeah, and they're just they're just happy to have this thing and their status to the elevated to the point where they don't really want to know if it's a counterfeit. So long as they can walk around and tell people right? This is Thomas Jefferson. Right? Well, we should go ahead and start talking about Bill Coke. He is one of the other brothers. Hey, is not Charles or David joke of the famous Republican Coke brother fame. Billionaire supporters of the Republican Party. Yeah. Yeah, sure, actually saying that's like the nicest way that Yeah, Try them. Really is it is Hey, is the brother one of the brothers who got out along with another brother? Um, not another brother from another mother. No, They're all the same mother, right? Okay. Yeah. He got out of the family business and said, You know what? I'm a billionaire. I'm gonna what I'm gonna do is gonna start collecting really rare and expensive things. One thing he has is a gun collection. He owns Custer's rifle, Billy the kid's pistol. Does he? Yeah. He owns the gun that killed Jesse James. Oh, I'm sorry, is just exactly James Pistol and that gun and why was named Robert Ford? Yeah, And there's a good movie boy. Was it really good? Beautifully shot as well. Yeah, wider rifle. Doc Holliday's rifle hymns, Lot of vintage guns. He has a lot of very famous works of art. Like original Picassos and money's right. It's hardly enough. Exactly. You sound like a big sucker. I mean, any also owns, uh Is this article says several 100 bottles of what he calls Moves this. Yeah, That's what he calls it. A C he well, he's saying that for all he knows, that's what's inside. You got duped very famously, many, many times. Yeah, and he has had many, many lawsuits over the years that have come out. This guy loves suing.

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Kentucky honors late offensive line coach with delay of game tribute and 10-man formation on first play

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:50 sec | 2 years ago

Kentucky honors late offensive line coach with delay of game tribute and 10-man formation on first play

"Memorials around college football today, Kentucky and their first game since losing their offensive line coach John Sharman to cancer this week honored him by lining up without a left guard on the opening play. The delay of game penalty was issued, but their opponent, Vanderbilt declined that penalty before Kentucky player entered the game wearing Sharman's Jersey number 65 at Marshall, the 16th ranked thundering herd. Up big over Middle Tennessee state. It was an emotional day for the program. It was on this day 50 years ago that the team's plane crashed, claiming the lives of all 75 people on board and as they do every time this year, this time every year, Marshall wearing the 75 names on their helmets and what they call the 75 game, and it's a game that their coach Doc Holliday, Has never lost. Rob would work w T o p sports after

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Skeletal remains found in park where Little Rock teen vanished in 2015

Rush Limbaugh

01:11 min | 4 years ago

Skeletal remains found in park where Little Rock teen vanished in 2015

"Give director rita score says by endorsing a specific set of religious beliefs on government property politicians are violating the constitutional rights of the people the lawsuit seeks to have the monument removed in the ten commandments monument display act declared unconstitutional officers and detectives with little rock police and fbi red shell lamont park yesterday for the discovery of skeletal human remains 2016 mont park was searched by the l our pd when investigating the disappearance of eighteen year old baby step acc her car was found at the park and it's the last place she was seen arkansas online reports the discovery was made yesterday inside a drainage pipe the remains were not identified yesterday and it's unclear when the identification will be completed there's a new sheriff in plastic county eric higgins will replace current sheriff doc holliday fox sixteen reports higgins won out over polaski county sheriff's major carl mendon and with no republican challengers that makes him the new sheriff higgins is a former litter doc assistant police chief he'll oversee the largest sheriff's office and the largest county jail in arkansas your exclusive accuweather forecast just ahead of rush limbaugh newsradio one or two point nine k a.

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