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The Mad Gasser of Mattoon

Ridiculous History

02:00 min | Last month

The Mad Gasser of Mattoon

"Story may not be familiar to a lot of people outside of central illinois. But if you are from central illinois specifically the town of matutuine then you are probably familiar with the events that began in early september. Nineteen forty four. Here's the headline folks. There was a mysterious figure in black. Who was for some enigmatic reason spraying paralyzing gas into the windows of people's kohl's that's that's a very specific odd flex slash crime of the newspapers knoll. They went overboard. Forget i'm ben. The newspapers went overboard with the reporting this. And they they kind of took it to the court of public opinion declaring that these attacks these gassings were the work of what they called a mad gasser. An off air. We talked about the idea of putting the there's this very specific move with reporting and publicity sometimes with alarmist reporting to put the word mad in front of a verb of something. Someone did so like mad gasser. there would also be the one you brought up earlier and all. Yeah like a mad bomber. a mad. I don't know once you start getting into slashing that just you don't need a an extra word in front of that you just slasher. It's it's implied. I think you're a mad slasher. I do like the term mad dash though right like i made a mad dash for the bus or whatever But no. It's true. Ben and i was looking at up. Because the the idea of of gassing or of a paralyzing gas to me makes me think of what would be considered a nerve agent or nerve gas which wasn't really discovered or invented even really until. I believe the late

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Trump team hires 2 ex-prosecutors with ethics experience

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 3 months ago

Trump team hires 2 ex-prosecutors with ethics experience

"Two more former federal prosecutor from South Carolina have been added to Donald trump's impeachment defense team the lead attorney as Butch Bowers a prominent ethics and election lawyer in South Carolina who's represented the state's former governors mark Sanford and Nikki Haley now South Carolina attorney Greg Harris tells the Associated Press he's been added to the team along with former acting U. S. attorney Johnny Gasser former federal prosecutor Deborah Barbier will also represent Donald Trump when his history making second impeachment trial opens the week of February eighth Republican senator Lindsey Graham a close ally of trump's help steer him toward this South Carolina based legal team Jackie Quinn Washington

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"gasser" Discussed on Unexplained Mysteries

Unexplained Mysteries

05:39 min | 5 months ago

"gasser" Discussed on Unexplained Mysteries

"But many residents of matutuine refused to accept the mpa theory. Even as chief. Cole and johnson closed the case. The chief had so much success convincing others that he was right in part because he adopted a stance that catered to a wide audience. He argued the mad. Gasser wasn't real but the gas was anyone who claimed they'd simply spotted. Prowler suffered from an api. Anyone who experienced real symptoms had gotten sick from the fumes released by the nearby atlas imperial diesel engine company plant specifically coal pointed to the factories use of carbon tetra chloride. That's a colorless liquid with a sweet smell which means it fit the description that many victims reported atlas imperial was likely using the compound in their fire extinguishers but carbon tetra chloride also functioned as a component in insect repellent. And fume again. There's not much research about the long term effects of carbon tetra chloride on the human body. The epa has classified it as a probable carcinogen ask for its short-term effects. The compounds list of potential symptoms reads a lot like those reported in mma tune. The epa says it can trigger nausea vomiting and headaches. It seems unlikely that it could cost temporary paralysis in a person but again there's still a lot we don't know about carbon tetra chloride as airtight. Is that all. Sounds the manager of the atlas imperial plant a man named. Wj webster quickly refuted kohl's hypothesis. Carbon tetra chloride had been in use at the factory for decades and no employees had ever complained of any side effects. The idea that his facility was to blame for the mad gasser incidents was in his words. Ludicrous webster even brought an official from the state health department into the plant to investigate. The agent testified that there was no possibility of carbon tetra chloride vapors getting into the outside atmosphere in any amount of concentration that would even closely approximate a toxic condition in other words. Whatever amount of carbon tetra chloride may have escaped from the factory. It was too diluted to paralyze or sick and anyone in tune additionally webster pointed out that even if his factory did somehow release concentrated toxic gas. The incident wouldn't fit the mad gasser profile. Remember the attacks only targeted small spaces on several occasions. A woman in one room would get sick. While family members who were elsewhere in the house felt fine if the atlas imperial plant unleashed enormous quantities of carbon tetra chloride india tune. Everyone would get sick at once. Plus the gasser reports only came in at night. The plant was primarily operational during the day. Making it even more unlikely. The fumes would seep out while the alleged attacks were happening which means the atlas imperial theory is just as unlikely as mass hysteria and that leaves us with one probable hypothesis. The mad gasser was real and fortunately that solution raise more questions than answers. We don't know their identity their motives or whether they ever faced consequences for their crimes but we can make some educated guesses based on their record which might include a series of gassings. That happened outside of the tune. Turns out there's a decades long history of unsolved gas-attacks all of which may have been perpetrated by the same phantom anesthetist coming up will examine the incidents that happened outside of matutuine. The truth is out there and now you can see it for yourself n. Even document the evidence. The mcgrigor has returned the saucy tender and incredibly delicious sandwich with a taste that is out of this world the sandwich that influences culture and has a cult following the one that inspires means fan art and music with its season boneless smothered tangy. Barbecue sauce topped with crunchy onions in tarp. Pickles and for those. That have never tried the mcrib. You can become a believer. it's back nationwide and there's nothing quite like the experience will change your life forever because let's face it. It's called the most important sandwich of the year for a reason. Available for a limited time participating. Mcdonald's this episode is brought to you by bollandbranch bollandbranch of the softest sheets in the world. They have thousands of five star reviews including from three former. Us presidents bollandbranch cotton is rainfed pesticide-free and carries the highest organic certification. That's why it's so. Soft their thousand dollar quality but start at just one hundred and sixty dollars per class. You can sleep on them. For a month. Risk-free restrictions may apply see bollandbranch dot com for details that's b. o. L. l. andbranch dot com.

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"gasser" Discussed on Unexplained Mysteries

Unexplained Mysteries

07:36 min | 5 months ago

"gasser" Discussed on Unexplained Mysteries

"Mp. I in the summer of fifteen eighteen. Hundreds of townspeople took to the streets of strasbourg in modern day. France to dance feverishly until they collapsed. Some even died. They weren't celebrating their pain and distress was clear. They literally couldn't stop themselves. Mma tune in nineteen forty. Four may have been just as uneasy as strasbourg was in fifteen eighteen. Many residents had loved ones fighting overseas in world war. Two and particularly nasty strain of the flu had swept through the region with so many people on edge. It wouldn't take much to ignite panic after mateen's citizens heard reports of a phantom anesthetist if they caught with a cooking gas or sweet perfume it could trigger panic likewise in a town that's had multiple reports of mysterious break-ins someone might see. A squirrel rustling in the bushes and assume a prowler was at their window or believe an ordinary shadow from a tree belongs to a fleeing attacker. This phenomenon is known as confirmation bias. That's the human impulse to interpret information to suit your predetermined beliefs. We've discussed it pretty extensively in previous episodes. Let's say for whatever reason you're convinced. That cake has medicinal properties. You eat some cake and start to feel better. You're going to be more likely to attribute the positive gains to the slice. Just eight even. If you've been resting and drinking plenty of water. If you read a study that supports your opinion. That cake is medicine. You'll accept it as true. If you read a contradicting report. You're more likely to explain it away. You might say that. The person who published the information owns pie shop in wants to defame cake or might just call them a liar. Confirmation bias can color people's political and religious identity. It's one reason that hard data isn't always effective at changing people's minds about their deeply held beliefs and in the case of the mad gasser. It might have inspired people to interpret ordinary sights and sounds as evidence that they were under attack. why not they already believe. The culprit could be anywhere walking among them. Say you have loose window panes. Every time the wind blows their little bit. You're so used to it. You barely notice the sound until one day after you read a new story about a mad gasser and you assume the rattling noise must be someone trying to break into your house and this wouldn't be the only example in which confirmation bias lead to mass psychogenic illness take for example the june bug epidemic of nineteen sixty two as the name implies. The incident began in june nineteen sixty to a woman at an american based textile factory. Fell mysteriously ill. After supposedly opening a box of fabric shipped from england. The woman whom will call barbara saw a bug bite on her skin just as she experienced a slew of strange symptoms including fatigue nausea and disorientating within moments. She broke out in a full body rash. Her supervisor suspected that she'd come down with the flu in to go home but barbara was adamant that an insect had given her a disease the following day. Several more workers fell ill at their stations. Within three days sixty three employees reported experiencing symptoms similar to barbara's the media began asking questions about hazardous work conditions and the factory had no choice but to temporarily shut down. They underwent a full insect inspection and fumigation but besides a few nets and beetle. No bugs turned up confident. That conditions were safe. The factory owners call their workers back the assured their employees that their symptoms were all in their heads and it worked the illnesses abruptly stopped just like edmonton reports of gassing ceased after the chief of police see cole publicly declared that the town was in the grips of a mass hysteria on the heels of his announcement. The citizens realized there was nothing to be afraid of so they stopped imagining gas-attacks. As an explanation mass hysteria also cleared up the puzzling lack of motive for anyone conducting the so-called attacks all along police were flummoxed by the. Here's unpredictability the victims. Were seemingly random from walks of life and races. Nothing was ever stolen from their homes now. They had an answer. The guests who didn't need a motive because they didn't exist in short m. p. is can explain a lot of the circumstances surrounding the tune gas-attacks but there are a few details. That don't add up. I the victims don't exactly fit the profile of a population that's normally susceptible to a mass psychogenic illness but more importantly an n. p. I can't explain why the earliest victims imagine the exact same attack reports of the mad gasser or made public so maybe chief coups mass hysteria theory was actually part of a cover up coming up. 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"gasser" Discussed on X96

X96

06:14 min | 1 year ago

"gasser" Discussed on X96

"I tell dad jokes sometimes he left right I feel bad for Ben McAdams but because he's our friend congressman congressman former Salt Lake County mayor now congressman been McAdams and just because he was beaten you know we wanted to do some funny I Gasser he appeared on our Twitter feed holding a picture of us that we had given him to decorate his office was Gina felt he needed something to hang on the wall well with him when he was first city county mayor of there was a picture of him and in the paper that and his office and he was bare it had no pictures at all so we sent him a framed photo of us and and bless his heart he's taking it with him to Washington put it on the wall in his office here and and then I was wondering if he was going to take it to Washington I think we we kinda hit the kind of student yelled out at a more you know got the word out to ME better be taken so he tweeted a couple of days ago heading to DC this morning and I'm finally taking that piece of office to quarter make my space complete and he's holding the picture of us well you know some some people want all that's you know that's the thing to do that but then there are people saying like great congressman Mick Adams but what I'd like to know is what you're doing to protect our rights the quality of life in our for our citizens to protect our country Honda just like this yeah he I wonder why anybody runs for office I'm the exact cause no matter what good you do no matter what policies you put in place that that are good for people people are nasty no matter what you do you know coincidentally I asked been McAdams that very far you did service sometime ago a year ago or so we were we were doing some of them together and I said so you're he said I really like being like the mayor I really like being in politics I I'm enjoying this a move running for Congress and I I like it much but don't you just have to put up with mobile with all of these negative phone calls and people giving him a hard time he said yeah I do all the time okay of it we get that's all we we give politicians are time all the time but he said yeah but we don't you know unless they're here in the room he said he said it's it's worth it though because you have to also weigh that against what good you do for people you think that your if you believe that you're doing good for people you weigh it against that and it doesn't doesn't hurt that I I read that Michelle Obama book which is really good and in it she talks about we think about what it's like to be the first black president I mean I mean everybody gets well I could never been me everybody gets gets that negative input think how much more you would get if you were the first black president and then people ask Michelle how how do you put up with that and she said he has this unbelievable ability to ignore all that and there are some horrible vile stuff that he hears every day still and she said I had a hard time dealing with it and she said but he just has as for what bin McAdams is saying here the greater good feel kind of thing I was able to ignore that I'm I would be terrible I had the the anybody criticizes me like that you know I mean we get it we get it too it makes me feel terrible it makes me the question what I'm doing you know I off or well I don't want to do this anymore you know and people are to me in and it's not worth it you know as we get that we get Chris children well either way by the way we do get this every day well it's just that that tweet that you just read I don't understand what that person was hoping to accomplish now to that person's credit McAdams replied in this in this thread so he said a follow me on Twitter this is my personal account the one where he had the picture okay that's my personal county said go go follow my office official Twitter for updates on my activities or follow me on Facebook and Instagram too I keep pretty busy and I'm hard at work and the guy responded to that and said I did that I know will fall following your official pal thank you yeah so so that's good to know that he has two years of a personal one and so and so then that guy said I see you're just kind of clowning around on this one yeah with radio from hell yeah I wouldn't do that on my real one yeah you're just more serious but even if it was his real one sure so what yeah and what are you hoping to accomplish yeah well you can open the shame him he's apparently just a playboy Holly does a stand around holding photos that's what he does all day long and smile one of my doing to help with your rights well I'm in Washington how about that what are you doing there were other people who did did the same sort of thing you know talk what did you what you say you want to bug balance budget amendment don't you realize there has to be deficit spending or the economy doesn't grow decorating my office nothing nothing nothing nothing I have a conversation about that we can I am grateful that there are still good people out there that want to bother to run for office I it's well it doesn't seem like the good people are getting getting anywhere right now and and I would run for office but I know I'd never get elected so now you know what yeah I would run for office again I couldn't stand the criticism you have to wear a tie can I put you also gave been McAdams a tide you know what was Ralph well backpacker I'm sorry your raised about bad I try to help you you should ask her for that you can.

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"gasser" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"gasser" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Google play or wherever mark Gasser available we twenty three minutes after the hour thank you much for tuning and it's the Danish so I'm Sergio senses are broadcasting today from South Texas it is the Danish Southern Command I'm Sergio census and if you'd like to join the conversation at any time eight four four three four four thirty to sixty two and we say a speedy recovery to our commander Dana see if he can join us next week and take centre thanksgiving a bit coming up in just a little bit some comments from Bernie Sanders crazy Bernie I talking about poverty as saying a little bit of truth they acknowledging that yes we are the most richest country on the planet but from his perspective there is actually no excuse that we have a certain number of people who are considered poor in this country and and just from my perspective you know what is poor what is poverty because they want to be the poor in America the American poor when I got nothing people just immediately south of the border around here for example or even in Africa and we will bar has something to say about the Jeffrey abstain a suicide note abstained incomes up but actually has some to say about the screw up behind bars and how these guards they're facing charges by with these guards were supposed to be watching a Jeffrey abstain and there's other news moving on this as well so somebody from the royal family and there might be pressured to say some prince prince Andrew normally I would never bring the royal family up as a topic but this do this prince and Andrew guy yeah he's been linked to Jeffrey abstain and they say that the you know he had a little low leader hello young girl that he was with C. thanks to Jeffrey absent will talk about that here in a little bit okay stabilised isn't headlines and now all of the news you would probably in this time for date as quick for Facebook gonna be a changing its political.

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Close-captioning is coming to Google Podcasts

podnews

02:43 min | 2 years ago

Close-captioning is coming to Google Podcasts

"Close captioning is coming to Google podcasts. Forthcoming version of the app will include the option to produce an automatic live transcript onscreen enabled with ACC button. Good for noisy places, or for those with hearing difficulties website nine to five Google have enabled the feature on the Beata version of the Google app and reports that it works. Well, also, the at will highlight major items in the show notes and offer search terms to learn more new items prepped in beater versions can take months to arrive though years. What else you need the New York Times has launched a three minute. Weekday flash news briefing hosted by Michael Barbaro for Amazon Alexa devices as well. As a weekly interactive news quiz from the producers of the daily and other services. None of those services work on Google speakers though, the briefing, which is a nice change from a radio bulletin is sadly unavailable in Google's news briefing serve. It's sponsored by Audi. Steven Goldstein went to see s and reports back about Spotify is exclusivity announcements five G, smart speakers and a toilet with Amazon. Alexa, built in Alexa. Use the fresh ner. I would give it a few minutes. My name is Anita. I host history broadcast echoes Avandia. I am just coming out of the Bengal of orcas meat, and it was absolutely fascinating. Because I got it. Listen to people who've been in the field for a lot longer than I have. There hasn't really really good tips on how to grow audience at the military pursue as a whiteboard. Gasser should stick together? Which was absolutely fascinated. The Banglore podcasters and listeners meter on January. The twelfth was the biggest and longest yet willing to notes from the event in our show notes and our newsletter hunter walk a partner in a VC company. Writes about podcast discovery podcast discovery is a problem. He writes, but attempts to fix it are at best features not products. Or companies these IRS podcast apps are way better than Apple's default app claims. Life hacker pocket casts, overcast and Castro. Get higher scores than the purple one. Meanwhile, nine to five MAC carries four new features. Apple podcasts should ad in thirteen P. C magazine. Gives us details on how to make your podcast sound better is actually in depth article about microphone technique and much of the advice. His quite sound if you'll pardon the pun and a job for you. You could be the social media manager for apple podcasts and apple books in Culver City, California in the US apple podcast, apparently not important enough to have its own.

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"gasser" Discussed on High and Mighty

High and Mighty

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"gasser" Discussed on High and Mighty

"Isn't that still something very cool this? Yeah. Yeah. Something that shows that I'm chill. I heard all the women in the audience audibly recoil. Women were accidentally here. Here's the thing. People say white people say I don't think it's specific to white people. I think it's specific specific scumbags. The people I've seen say it. We're white scumbags and a latte necks scumbag as well. Well, the one I've heard is if you don't cough, you don't get off. Yeah. Coffin you end up in a coffin. Okay. Right. Okay. Scary. Yeah. Llamas spooky. And of course, there's there's the ask Gasser grass no one rides for free. I'm a fan of these are the big three that every. Three poems. Right. As far as the trucker buttons. Go. I'm a fan of dump them out. He has out guys that's shot. That's the say, oh, it's an exciting. Boop yet. Now, you might think it's my life support system. But don't worry, I shoot that party. So dump them out is imploring a woman. To lower lower her top. So that she. I'm into the race. Every don't by ways did not think that I didn't think that. And now I'm gonna dumping. Betsy dump them out on my head. Hi, album out to Betsy one time at bonnaroo, and she turned around and shit and recycling. I mean, I was hard as a rock. But yeah, I heard one on below deck Mediterranean. It was like these really rich awful Americans. And this dude. He was like rattlesnakes in condoms two things. I don't ever wanna be around. I had I had to listen to it. If you ties wait what his son's name is conduct. I like I like shirts that or trucker buttons that say like we I will kill someone like I don't call nine one one. I dial three five seven.

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"gasser" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"gasser" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"So if you move that question from the entity whole sedate to the what I would say, what should be the owner of the data. I usually patients citizens aren't the owner of the data, but I think it actually makes sense the are in Austin. So do you want to protect your data eater anonymously, you not. And what specifically do we you want to contribute to the calls? And you know what auto restrictions are there. So if you put them in control, I think that makes it makes a lot of sense. And that's the way I want to solve that because so for me, on a personal level, I love to contribute to my data to science, or I wear Fitbit or actually a garment devise every day and activity tracker. I should say, and I love looking at my data and I would love to contribute my day. To to to some projects that could help the world. But I understand that some people don't want to do that. Then I think we should educate them on the failure of their data. So I totally agree with you. That's more effort should be put in, you know, not focusing on the negative sides of things, but it also focusing on the value and the things that you could bring to the world by contributing to data, but mostly giving people real control over what goes where. And there's also the spirit of the GDP miniature, how familiar you are with that. But you know, knowing where your data are knowing who hazarded knowing what they're using it for. I think that makes a little sense. So for me with Gasser and of course, privacy is enormously important for us and then you know, we do everything we can to secure date unto to ensure wants privacy and so far we've been exceptionally good at that, and we're trying to do is vote Bishen to to put them in control of who can reuse your data and who can access it. So I think if you provide technology, if you provide the platform where people can share data, their own personal privacy, sensitive data with confidence, I think we can start to..

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"gasser" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"gasser" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"So if you move that question from the entity whole sedate to the what I would say, what should be the owner of the data. I usually patients citizens aren't the owner of the data, but I think it actually makes sense the are in Austin. So do you want to protect your data eater anonymously, you not. And what specifically do we you want to contribute to the calls? And you know what auto restrictions are there. So if you put them in control, I think that makes it makes a lot of sense. And that's the way I want to solve that because so for me, on a personal level, I love to contribute to my data to science, or I wear Fitbit or actually a garment devise every day and activity tracker. I should say, and I love looking at my data and I would love to contribute my day. To to to some projects that could help the world. But I understand that some people don't want to do that. Then I think we should educate them on the failure of their data. So I totally agree with you. That's more effort should be put in, you know, not focusing on the negative sides of things, but it also focusing on the value and the things that you could bring to the world by contributing to data, but mostly giving people real control over what goes where. And there's also the spirit of the GDP miniature, how familiar you are with that. But you know, knowing where your data are knowing who hazarded knowing what they're using it for. I think that makes a little sense. So for me with Gasser and of course, privacy is enormously important for us and then you know, we do everything we can to secure date unto to ensure wants privacy and so far we've been exceptionally good at that, and we're trying to do is vote Bishen to to put them in control of who can reuse your data and who can access it. So I think if you provide technology, if you provide the platform where people can share data, their own personal privacy, sensitive data with confidence, I think we can start to..

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"gasser" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"gasser" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"We need to create opportunities not just in jobs but jobs are really important because that's how many of us started in agriculture i started myself with a part time job and foreign part time it can be done and i think we want to to share with those young people that they can do it if they're really determined and dedicated to move forward really important but we also as older folks you know those of us who've been around a while we have personal responsibility to to the investing in our future in investing in that those next generations so we have a responsibility as as those of us who've been around a while also to help those young people get started there's lots of technical opportunities and jobs you know with cover crops in in the infancy i wouldn't renew trian reduction strategy initiative to go cover crops to have technical assistance to do the field practices all of those things there's jobs available out there as we move forward i believe that you know technology and and opportunities will keep agriculture viable and i at needs to be that's what we're doing what we're good at that's iowa ray gasser there thanks for your answer chatting goals young people getting them involved in production agriculture i think there are thousands of young people that want to stay in iowa and get involved in agriculture it's just a matter of reducing the barriers to entry providing opportunities for them to get involved in that i think number one thing is livestock just like dan mentioned young people get involved with livestock and it's a young person's game in we need diversification at adds that the farmer wants has a corn soybean rotation and they wanna bring a young person back to the operation at almost always goes to livestock but we could also look at small direct sales of different products that young people can do or enthusiastic about doing and then also on the technology side of it there's several young people in our community that have gotten into the technology business so they're helping a farmers get into high tech precision precision planning and all that kind of thing but we need good rural broadband to make that happen i think if we can continue to improve our internet connectivity across the state allow young people to connect across the world with the indu different jobs maybe part time jobs from home across.

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"gasser" Discussed on And That's Why We Drink

And That's Why We Drink

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"gasser" Discussed on And That's Why We Drink

"He knew the dad richard signed gasser for more than fifty years and was friends with him but unfortunately richard mandates father died last year at the age of seventy so he wasn't alive to see that sucks yeah the capture of her murder she had no brothers or sisters so her mother lorraine is still alive and is the only surviving member of her family and still lives in the same home where they grew up where mandy grew up which is very very just very sad she had no brothers sisters they she didn't respond any questioning about this she was just like i need space and i want to be alone fair for obvious reasons and deeper nardo the investigator said i feel so bad because i always promised richard and his wife that we would find out who did this but richard didn't survive to see the arrest of her killer which is just really tragic but bell stat joe bell stop pleaded not guilty on wednesday afternoon to the one count indictment before niagara county judge sarah sheldon who says bill at two hundred and fifty thousand dollars cash and scheduled his trial to begins temper tenth of this year so same day as golden state same day is fucking cosby people are getting locked down i guess we're like i mean if we're learning anything it said if there's a killer on the loose like look in town clearly he like lives right here look next door man.

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"gasser" Discussed on And That's Why We Drink

And That's Why We Drink

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"gasser" Discussed on And That's Why We Drink

"Exactly and that's why i wanted to do it because i was like it deserves some attention even though it wasn't as high profile okay so that's what i'm gonna do cool and it is the murder of mandy stein gasser all right so let's go back to the timber nineteen ninetythree travel back my brother was born that month i was one almost twenty five years ago we're in tunnel wanda new york and mandy stein gasser was a seventeen year old high school senior she was happy go lucky she was really like popular and fun and quirky she loved animals she was really close with her family she loved to party with her friends and after nine out drinking and partying on the timber nineteenth of nineteen ninetythree mandy vanished and nobody knew where she had gone nobody could find her they spent weeks searching with no luck the night of the party when police looked into it the she and her friends had gotten an older friend to buy them bottles of whisky and rum they went to a house party and then a rock and roll bar in buffalo sounds like rocking time a rock in time where they were turned away for being underage so womp but that's the last of any that's the last anyone knew of mandy is activities that night almost five weeks later so we're talking like a month and a half later she still hadn't been found people were still searching and then that week two young men who were out looking for mushrooms.

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4 indicted in hazing death of LSU frat pledge Maxwell Gruver

02:31 min | 3 years ago

4 indicted in hazing death of LSU frat pledge Maxwell Gruver

"State grand jury has indicted four people in the alleged hazing death of the louisiana state university pledge the indictments including one charge of felony negligent homicide come six months after eighteen year old maxwell groover died following a night of drinking and phi delta theta house on lsu's campus police originally arrested ten people in october prosecutors presented evidence of possible charges against nine and the grand jury indicted for a louisiana man has been sentenced for killing another motorists during a two thousand sixteen road rage incident that sparked protests over the police response ronald gasser has received thirty years in prison for manslaughter as teagan wendelin of member station w w no reports yasser had originally faced up to forty years in prison he argued that he fired in self defense when he shot and killed former nfl running back joe mcknight in an apparent road rage incidents the two wove in and out of traffic and yelled at each each other for five miles until they eventually pulled over at which point gasser says mcknight approached his car threateningly and he shot mcknight's mother jennifer mcknight sobbed as she left the courtroom after hearing the sentence for npr news i'm teagan wins land in new orleans former metropolitan opera conductor james levine is suing the organization for defamation and breach of contract the met fire levine on monday citing credible evidence that he engaged in sexually abusive and harassing behavior he says the claims are unfounded while the metropolitan opera says levine's lawsuit is riddled with untruths i'm shay stevens npr news in washington support for npr comes from nada creators of the japanese made dream wave massage chair with shiatsu point detection and sixteen preprogramed massages including morning and nighttime sessions retail dealers nationwide more dream wave chaired dot com.

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Man gets 30 years for road rage killing of ex-NFL player Joe McKnight

NPR News Now

04:59 min | 3 years ago

Man gets 30 years for road rage killing of ex-NFL player Joe McKnight

"Support for this NPR podcast and the following message come from REI. What is your? But that's the question REI co. Op is asking this season with gear classes, expert advice and adventure trips REI can help you overcome any excuses to find your way outside. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Shay Stevens authorities in Miami Dade County are trying to identify at least four people killed in the collapse of a pedestrian bridge at Florida international university. Several people have been rescued and county fire, chief Juan Perez says crews are using high tech equipment and sniffing dogs for any signs of more survivors realized that this is going to be a long long process because to get through that raw bowl and you know the pieces of concrete, they're laying there is not going to be an easy task. If I you president, Mark Rosenberg says there did not appear to be any problems with the installation of the bridge, which was still under construction Russia's deputy foreign minister says his country will add more Americans to its blacklist. The threat coming a day after the Trump administration slapped new sanctions on nineteen Russian citizens and five entities in response to meddling in the twenty sixteen election and cyber attacks against U A systems. The move comes a day after the administration, joint US allies in blaming Russia over recent nerve agent attack which Moscow denies President Trump is standing by his false claim that the US has a trade deficit with Canada as NPR's timber, Keith reports. The president made the assertion at a private fundraiser earlier in the week. The fundraiser audio was obtained and I reported on by the Washington Post and NBC news in it. Trump replays a conversation he had with Canadian Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau about trade starting by quoting Trudeau. We have no trade very proud because everybody else getting killed with him. So he's. I said, well, just that you, I didn't even know Trump is incorrect according to the US trade representative in two thousand sixteen the US trade surplus with Canada was twelve point. Five billion dollars in a tweet after the audio came out Trump falsely insisted again that there is a trade deficit that Canadian ambassador to the US responded with a tweet of his own citing the official US numbers tamra, Keith NPR news. A former WalMart executive is suing the company alleging. He was fired for complaining about misleading sales numbers as NPR's. Yuki Noguchi reports. WalMart says, the plaintiff is disgruntled in his loss in filed with the US district court in San Francisco, tree win claims. WalMart deliberately tampered with product labels and customer returns in order to inflate commissions and sales figures it was doing. So he argues in a desperate attempt to regain marketshare long lost to Amazon when had worked in digital sales at both companies. He was fired from WalMart last year. He says soon after raising his concerns about internal controls. He's accusing WalMart of violating whistleblower laws and is seeking punitive and other damages Yuki Noguchi NPR news, Washington on stock markets in Asia shares are mixed hiring Tokyo. This is NPR news. A state grand jury has indicted four people in the alleged hazing, death of Louisiana, state university pledge. The indictments, including one charge of felony. Negligent homicide comes six months after eighteen year old. Maxwell groover died following a night of drinking at five delta data house on LSU campus. Police originally arrested ten people in October prosecutors presented evidence of possible charges against nine in the grand jury. Indicted for Louisiana. Man has been sentenced for killing another motorist during a 2016 sixteen road rage incident that sparked protests over the police response. Ronald Gasser has received thirty years in prison for manslaughter as Teagan Wendelin of member station W W NO reports Yasser had originally faced up to forty years in prison. He argued that he fired in self defense when he shot and killed former NFL running back Joe McKnight in an apparent road rage incidents. The to wolf in and out of traffic and yelled at each. Other for five miles until they eventually pulled over at which went and Gasser says McKnight approached his car threateningly and he shot mcknight's mother, Jennifer McKnight sobbed as she left the courtroom. After hearing the sentence for NPR news, I'm Teagan wins land in New Orleans, former Metropolitan Opera conductor. James LeVine is suing the organization for defamation and breach of contract, the mid fire LeVine on Monday citing credible evidence that he engaged in sexually abusive and harassing behavior. He says the claims are unfounded while the Metropolitan Opera says, Levine's lawsuit is riddled with untruths. I'm Shay Stevens NPR news in Washington.

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Man gets 30 years for road rage killing of ex-NFL player Joe McKnight

Tom Leykis Show

00:57 sec | 3 years ago

Man gets 30 years for road rage killing of ex-NFL player Joe McKnight

"I'd like to just talk to vanessa finally the man who shot and killed jo mcknight could be spending the rest of his life in jail right the guy that was part of an incident that happened in louisiana were i in this intersection where there was a kind of like a road rage situation that turned into second degree murder i turns out that ron gasser is now sentenced to thirty years behind bars and that's less than two months after he was found guilty of manslaughter in a louisiana courtroom the maximum sentence he faces forty years joe mcknight a standout at usc but made a little splash in the nfl but the us's what he was doing he could torch people and he's gone plenty more news four guys.

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"gasser" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"gasser" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"App i'm jerry reynolds thursday in korea the day for some more key events on snow and ice sand it's been good so far let's bring in kevin winter with the latest kevin hey it's mark what i'll take it from hair and oh no they didn't know yes they did in the overtime shootout three two team usa wins golden hockey over canada monday glamour over the gay tank goal in the third sister joscelyn the go ahead goal in the shootout and matti rudy the 20yearold goalkeeper was stellar in the net all gave and for the first time since 1998 the us wins olympic gold in women super combined skiing lindsay vaughan took the lead after the downhill portion but kayla shift for nearly two seconds behind in the slalom lindsay von hooked the tip it went off course in out of the competition while different went through cleanly to wearing a silver medal women's snowboard american jamie anicet ernst the silver medal in the big arrowhead as austria's emmitt gasser takes gold rushing curler alexander crucial netscape is agreed to return his bronze medal from the mixed doubles competition because of a failed drug tests gave iq sport general night espn radio back to college basketball we were talking about low of old being forced to remove its 2013 championship banner from the rafters meanwhile this year's team returning to the court on wednesday one day after the decision that came down from the nc aa and on top of that lawful facing a match up with fifthranked duke scale our down the floor it was a the courier boards 28 points were grazing alan do gets the win eighty two fifty six over laudable dukes.

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"gasser" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"gasser" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"From the nonpartisan center for responsive politics shows lobbying activity in washington surged to just over three point three billion dollars last year its highest level since two thousand ten corporations trade groups and other interests scrambled to make their mark on everything from fastmoving tax legislation to immigration policy during president trump's first year in office this after president trump promised to drain the swamp during the two thousand sixteen presidential campaign john stolnis washington ronald gasser found guilty last night in louisiana of manslaughter in the death of former nfl player joe mcknight now faces a possible forty years in prison a jury convicted gasser of shooting mcknight gasser admitted a shooting him as he sat in the driver's seat of his car and mcknight stood at his passengerside window when 2016 gasser klaindi shot in selfdefence after what investigators colder mutual road rage carchase i'm christopher cruise and i'm susanna palmer from bloomberg world headquarters as we've been reporting people familiar with the matter say saudi arabian prince alwalid bin to loud billionaire chairman of kingdom holding has been released from his detention in riyadh's ritz carlton hotel the prince and other saudi elite have been held since november as part of an anticorruption campaign also as we've been reporting wynn resorts is denying multiple allegations of sexual harassment and assault by its founder steve wynn describing it as a smear campaign related to divorce proceedings from his exwife meantime with las vegas slumping win is planning a fourth hotel in the city the story from bloomberg's charlie pellett it is a vote of confidence in the city still coping with lower attendance since october first mass shooting the new hotel will be built on the site of the former frontier hotel across las vegas boulevard from winds to existing properties it will feature about twenty five hundred hotel rooms and be linked to the win an encore hotels by what's described as an airconditioned umbilical hallway amid the best start to a year ever measured and global equities the sp 500 has now spent longer trading within five percent of its alltime high than ever before while that is worrying to some analysts others say there.

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"gasser" Discussed on Thunder Radio

Thunder Radio

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"gasser" Discussed on Thunder Radio

"Wall funded i won't this shuten to me that is a compromise and the trump has offered that and they're saying that that the path to citizenship for the daca recipients should be as long as it takes to build the wall that's would allow the republican stand so okay so if the last five vote so here the walls we arrive at the wall takes five years to build in that's that should be the the parameters for the path to citizenship well it goes back to what you gasser said you said it perfectly idaho i don't understand why there any politician's or americans because this from seems to take care of anything that you much the she'd be concerned about there is a deal on the table that all these people could be made citizens and then we would also be sure we didn't get message way shen again and there's a political party this against that deal and that's i mean we really need to clarify that simply because that who touting that that's where i happening yeah i ain't i mean india what they're trying to do is what bob and i laughed about we actually had a company tried to disperse one time they wanted to sign a contract that would basically say will sign the contract whatever they presented nama what an and and and so now that there is no audio to harvard been disco but i i did run eliminate jail i agree to this bad deal and then we'll talk about later about you'll get a better listener that now now that eagle happened right and so you're not gonna have a shout do we get a deal euromania and fell and so this is what's happened now is that the republicans are saying no here rejecting it in it's a good deal reia in editor lie bias in trying to work with so you're gonna get what you want we're going to get what we want and longterm were also known some problems that created this to begin yeah we're icicle he got the mop out trying to clean up a mass than obama started really shouldn't have ever been started to begin with because it never went through.

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"gasser" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"gasser" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Big old rams win in a way the that pretoria makes them usable ranks it's out to i'll the be body back tomorrow night to ten create pm nitric before dark oxide secret place so if you and want to sunday increase night your for body's survival nitric of oxide a sunday levels featuring call meg one eight local hundred support for examine five thousand one five at a zero pm on sunday zero five are three everyone have a or good go save to noory weekend beach i saw dot brian com soon with your first and order the click crew get another us thirty came days through excellent as always and in an excellent funky frenchman golden gasser flashback friday this calls it a show kfi am 640 more stimulating talk now assert the weather was steven baltimore thanks steve no ought to chat in southern california and judd judge oh hi sareea i was putting sunscreen on what's your name tatiana i am kost hd 2 los angeles orange county 24hour news more stimulating talk with i'm trying to get them out i'm aaron vendor live from the twenty four hour kfi news orange county is going to force out a big homeless encampment along the cnn a river officials say about five hundred people stay next to the flood control gentle o c supervisor todd spitzer says most people who live there are criminals and addicts riverbed in particular is not a place for people who live to encamp habitat is the riverbed spitzer says the cleanup will start later this month officials in la of started the process of clearing out homeless encampments and places were wildfires could start over the next week the fire department will begin identifying homeless encampments that are located in areas that are high fire hazard zones and then work with loss to dispatch outreach worker vera garcetti says those outreach workers from the la homeless services authority will try to put people and more permanent housing an open flame in a whole malysz encampment is believed to have started the fire last month near the 405 these supposed to pass secretary of state alex padilla had certified the signatures needed for a recall election against state senator josh newman the recall petition was fuelled by critics of neumann's decision to support the new gas tax called the mile help lead the.

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"gasser" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"gasser" Discussed on WDRC

"Doesn't make me any vetted of the a vetted gasser but what it does mean is that a making a statement for you to be very careful when the future not to over pay any piece of real estate that you were vying because you will be upside down just like the people that call to say i made a mistake i bought in two thousand into now if you're gonna keep that property it's not a mistake it okay overpaid for 20000 vox but you have a good piece of property do we have good school system school system school system real estate is not location location location unless you're in commercial real estate it is not it's not location location location it is school system school system school system and the veterinary school system that better off you are so if you want to chime in its five awaited seven one seven thousand again that's 508 eight seven one seven thousand cans of produce that he'll be more than happy to put your right through and within a comments that you have on whether do you think the economy's going do you think we're right do you think we are wrong that we are headed for that recession that you heard me talk about and it's not based on the fact that we we have a recession eight to nine years the last thing i think we want is a recession i've fact i know we don't want recession but i think we're headed in that direction and i'll tell you why despite the wall despite if mexico doesn't pay for the wall which i don't think they're going to pay for the wall odds the bottom line is that where do we go from here we have we go from here that we get battered the we get worse this housing get better this housing get worse this debt increase this debt decrease i think debt increases and here's why trump will add five trillion to the deficit in five trillion is way too much money to add to this deficit because this deficit is to vault meaning we could get down and start selling off in the market that's very very nervous about the tax plan and that is a real serious problem that we have as well managed at this rally going to take short break right that chemical by the way they have a one seven thousand thanks for listening to the show we'll be right back yep.

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"gasser" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

01:52 min | 4 years ago

"gasser" Discussed on WLAC

"Gall bladder taken this still struggle with eating foods that have a lotta fan and it does it can get gasser cramp thing or or what nantes unfortunately though there's a real strong connection point with the gall bladder in our brain chemistry and they've done some research within chinese medicine which has been out even longer than our system but they they they found within the chinese medical system it like acupuncture and whatnot there's a strong meridian connection in which are the energy points that connects acetylcholine which is one of the brain chemicals verify is the number one frank himachal that our brain uses from one neuron to the other four without getting that to involves understand we gotta have that brain chemical for your body your brain even function well we go through stress those brain chemicals go down so if you're underline emotional stress or you went through a lot of physical stress or whatever might be is calling levels will go down when the single calling levels go down it can directly affect gall bladder function in that becomes the challenge so with the gall bladder function going down that's where you can start getting some the stones in the sludge and whatnot and it can be for over and over again for the acetylcholine levels going down so again one of the ways you can work on a gall bladder from more of a natural perspective is to work on building acetylcholine levels which you can do with certain foods in certain supplements can help but in it's amazing vow chemically it makes the ball sawsan helps you break down your food so oz was right when he talked about how important the gall bladder is he wanted to everything you can keep all your parts i mean that's what we need to do these are surging so at the end of the day moving forward whenever your challenge to have surgery you always want to ask why about a.

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"gasser" Discussed on 20/20

20/20

01:51 min | 4 years ago

"gasser" Discussed on 20/20

"Cut off this man local it technician ronald gasser the two then got into a rolling argument which lasted for miles still involved in verbal altercation cutting a broader wanted other zipping around the acl on and on and on bats midnight silver audie following gasser blue infinity minutes later the cars come to a stop but the argument continued at full speed at some point mr mcknight exit his car goes to miss the gas was there continues to be a verbal altercation daring that verbal altercation missed the gasser polls his weapon from between the sea and the console and fires three shots at joe mcnally phil does you ever think million years he would be able to read right no we had a stab in a so much of a rush that get somewhere remarkably police say it was shooter ron gasser second road rage incident at almost that exact same location then this week the stock why he admits to shooting of air gasser has been charged with second degree murder but in louisiana a standard round state he may yet walked free looking a justifiable homicide if you're in your vehicle and some one attempts to enter it litter presume that first second he's justified in shooting no gasser has pled not guilty the trial is scheduled to begin this august that big nights mother is already render judgment on the road rage epidemic neck blamed her son's life i'll be that angry is out nation that angry.

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