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"grimes" Discussed on Identity at the Center

Identity at the Center

03:52 min | 2 weeks ago

"grimes" Discussed on Identity at the Center

"Two large. Tv's and walmart or somewhere at the same time and they let my transaction go through in the denied hers like two minutes later saw. There is little sms message going. Is this really you trying to buy this. Not me well. That's kinda probably the. I think the ultimate future of authentication if they see you coming from your your same device in location that you're going to be allowed to do what you do. The watcher action. See what you do seem. It seems like normal there will be this constant monitoring of what you do and it as long as you're doing what you normally do and it's not something higher risk you're probably not going to be bothered but if you go to transfer ten thousand dollars than maybe you have to provide an mfa. Token provide the last four digits of your credit card or something like that. So i i do think if future is not linked password bliss but i think token was i think for the most part Twenty years from now. Our grandkids are gonna laugh about the archaic methods that we used to do authentication because it just gonna be a fabric of what they do. And for the most part they're not going to be bothered until it becomes like a higher risk event. It'll be like you don't when people here like a modem and now and the there's like these flashbacks back to hearing modems modem signals and people staying off the phone. It'll be the same type of concept where you used to do what to log into things like you had to log into things you kids. Don't know how hard it wasn't. I had to remember twenty different passwords different passwords with different patterns for different sites. Some they're going to. They're going to go what they're not gonna be able to comprehend. I think you're right. You know you're going to be old when someone says what's password remember. My daughter got Three daughters in the summer one of my my youngest daughter was telling her france. My dad remember what it was like when. Dvd's were used you know. Like indeed. i do..

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"grimes" Discussed on Identity at the Center

Identity at the Center

04:43 min | 2 weeks ago

"grimes" Discussed on Identity at the Center

"But no matter how you authenticate once you've successfully authenticated behind the scenes it's all treated the same. I think like early. On when i was didn't really understand identity and authentication while enough i felt like if i did a fingerprint scan in my head i thought the fingerprint was being sent to the database of trying to log into the database like yep. That's roger grimes his fingerprint. He's allowed to access the database. I didn't know it was just a koros token or ticket. Or whatever in the background or cookie and it was the same regardless of how i logged in in that token can be captured by attackers. Amanda middle attack in evil jinx. I think hold that token is like back in the day when i started realizes when they're using a hacking tool on firefox browser all fired sheep but it would just kept your token once. It has your token. That's your identity. That's your driver's license. That person that your token can become you a and that was a big misunderstanding. So people won't protected. You are with mfa protected and authentication attack which are not protecting. Its anything after you indicate. So if you've got unpacked software if you've got somebody that's in on your on your computer or another computer and they get session cookie it or token it's game over no matter how you log basically talking about a fake. Id and he got into the bar with somebody who has a higher quality ticket. Because it's a it's a one replica. It but that's the same kind of concept. I hear and i see a lot of things. Now the space around continuous authentication and not just authenticating wants to get into resource. But using signals and other parts of data to try and have a more continuous authentication model in place curious. What your thoughts are on that things a great idea. You know this whole idea that we authenticate once at the beginning it's binary and then we're end is kind of silly so i like this sometimes called zero. Trust or something. But this idea that we are being authenticated based upon not only are successful authentication. But what we're doing howard doing it you know. Even maybe like keystroke dynamics how fast you typed in your password. Not your just your password. But how fast you type in your bathroom. One letters you hit. How fast apart..

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"grimes" Discussed on Identity at the Center

Identity at the Center

05:20 min | 2 weeks ago

"grimes" Discussed on Identity at the Center

"To that in our show notes. Welcome to the show. Roger glad to be your jeff gemma. Thanks and i just wanna go on record saying is i'm not gonna blame courtney love. There's like this unnatural thing that wants me. Blamed courtney love letting say it's not our fault. That's how i respond to that braid album break music though while roger she is named in the lawsuit so she is one of the big according to the article i read. She's one of the people named in the lawsuit is being sued for one hundred fifty thousand dollars or her role is sex sexual exploitation. It's an interesting story. yeah. I don't i don't know i don't get it but okay well whatever. Why don't we. Why don't we stick tight end. Because i think that's what we all. I think have more of a passion knowledge base on but before we get to that in a roger. Maybe can help us understand your background. And how you actually got into the identity and the info specks infosec base. Is that something that you can kind of take us through is a little of a journey. Here's her story. Yeah yeah. I think you know. Thirty four years of computer security experience is really why got in the ville early on was located like seventeen eighteen nineteen But i did like everybody else. Pc network technician all kinds of stuff on my journey But really will kinda got me in the identity. Space really was kinda my at least my door into it was. I was a big. Pk guy and so. I was doing a lot of pk. I love peaky i love. I love the crypt in typography in the beauty of it and that led to installing smart cards and that led to install a lot of different. Mfa solutions over the years. I probably installed two hundred. Mfa solutions in different places. Probably more than anybody else. i know. I've probably truly hacked paid the hack. A couple hundred others on probably twenty different projects from different companies. I worked for microsoft and other companies Found stone and stuff like that so kinda throat but it was all really through. Pk i that kinda. Got me into smart cards. Which was kind of the original one of the original multi factor authentication solutions and then and everything else and now you're a data driven defense evangelist. Which is a very cool title. And i'm not sure how how you swung that at no before. So what is what do you actually do. These days actually had the best easy job role. I get paid to write in talk actually. That title was funny as i was. I got hired an written a book called daydream computer data driven computer defense instill was an early big fan of it and really is it truly is like my magnum opus Which is literally says. Hey you should concentrate on the stuff of how you really act. And it's really about data like we're we're supposedly somewhat of a mature industry is what you would think. After thirty forty years of computers and computer security and network found out is that we're not really you know that mature in our thinking we're we're gonna like most cybersecurity is best guesses in gut feelings and when you look at the data a lot of times the data contradicts what. Conventional wisdom is like the nist digital identity guideline documents back in two thousand seventeen. That's nist special publication.

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Mets' deGrom leaves with flexor tendinitis in win vs Padres

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 3 months ago

Mets' deGrom leaves with flexor tendinitis in win vs Padres

"A worrisome when for the matches they beat San Diego three to two the two time cy young winner Jake up the ground was terrific for six shutout innings allowing one hit with ten strikeouts for a six win but he was forced to leave the game with a right flexor tendinitis he expects to make his next start I've had a couple of issues before and I know what that feels like so my level of concern is is not too high pretty optimistic about it and pretty sure it's gonna be something that's that we can treat and hopefully not miss any time the ground has tossed twenty two consecutive scoreless innings and his ERA sits at zero point five six the Mets knocked out Blake's known the fifty billion McKinney doubled in a run and the grime added a two run single Mike thank you so New York

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Jessica Simpson Reflects on Ex John Mayer

Daily Pop

01:25 min | 6 months ago

Jessica Simpson Reflects on Ex John Mayer

"Jessica simpson speaking at about how she really fell. When john mayer told the world she was crazy in bed. Jessica wrote that and her memoir and she says she was mortified when john called her sexual napalm but in this exclusive interview. I look that she has with tamron hall. Jessica explained why he does not own her anything. Should he follow a justin timberlake and do this public mac hall pa for some of the very public treatment. I definitely don't feel grime. public apology. you can't take it back. I feel like people end up finding their way to let you know we're sorry And i and. I think that i mean he might not be sorry. That's okay but like to talk about anybody sexually disrespectful. But i mean that's on him. I wouldn't mind if somebody left their review from you know what i mean like. It could be on the other hand like what happened with halle berry. Somebody said that she was bad in bed and she hear trying to find these accusations. Implicated in watergate.

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"grimes" Discussed on The Poetry Magazine Podcast

The Poetry Magazine Podcast

02:42 min | 6 months ago

"grimes" Discussed on The Poetry Magazine Podcast

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"grimes" Discussed on The Poetry Magazine Podcast

The Poetry Magazine Podcast

04:40 min | 6 months ago

"grimes" Discussed on The Poetry Magazine Podcast

"That i can pass on to the world. Please give me some truth. I don't know whether i don't know it. Sounds like false humility to say this. But i don't know whether i've found it or been given it but it certainly still is. I hope the rest of us can answer for you. Yes you have. Yeah and that's Maybe that's the gift we can give to. Everyone is that doorway that go away of metaphor that ability to escape from the trauma of childhood of adolescent. Couple book and disappear into it. There is a there is a great gift. they're like nelson. Grimes has also moved many times during her childhood. Though for different reasons. I was in and out of foster care for a number of years and it was when i was in my last. What would be my last foster home so that i began to write that i discovered the power of words on paper was just desperate to get things off. My chest said burden me. At the age of six years old in the mid nineteen fifties grams began to write her twenty. Nineteen memoir inverse ordinary hazards. Chronicles her life up. Until the late nineteen sixties. Memory work. The more you realize how tricky and how unreliable memory can be and if he brings trickier if your memory was impacted by trauma. And so of the keep homes in ordinary hazards. Tackle the very subject of memory. Here is the last poem you'll hear today about the first moment. Grimes discovered writing. It's called isolation station. House was full but with strangers. And i was there by myself and the dark in a tiny pocket of a room with a tiny bed to sleep in as little space for the years. I packed in my suitcase. Which makes no sense. Because why would i bring them with me. And the night sounds far into this city. Girl left me tossing and turning. There was no more room in my head to hold the anger rising like steam. Searing the edges of my brain. That was not even a shelf where i could stack the questions. Crying out for answers. That wouldn't come. Why did mom love liquor. More than carol more than me. Why did daddy let strangers take us away. Why did grandma removed from dr revenue. Why didn't they love. Why didn't anyone love of enough. Why why why. Why why why. Why why why stop. I left out of bed which talking to light grabbed a piece of paper and pen stab the page and let my thoughts. Go like a geyser shooting high into the moonlit sky then falling down on the page i held captive till every line with stained with my feelings and the heat of them finally had a chance to cool and suddenly i could brie brie brie and there was once again room enough in my head and my heart to just be then. I closed my eyes and it was morning and then secrets. I slipped tears much page into my dresser drawer. Those words were strictly for god and me..

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Where's the value in NFTs

Motley Fool Answers

05:13 min | 6 months ago

Where's the value in NFTs

"You first saw the acronym ft show up in your tweets you got as far as not at four. And then you realize you're quickly going down the wrong path and trying to decipher it. Nfc stanford non fungible tokens now from there. If you're like me you thought it had to do with mushrooms. Maybe mario brothers. I don't know so then you read a paragraph of an article got bored or confused and moved on with the knowledge that all of your assumptions were wrong. But then you didn't actually replace it with any real knowledge okay. And so that was fine until you started seeing f. T. everywhere and you realize that maybe you should learn what it means and also you have a podcast taping coming up so here we are. And it's not that ludicrous bro. Stay with me all right. Mitchell mitchell clarke wrote a delightful article on the verge explaining t so i'm largely relying on that also wired new york times and a few other places. Let's go all right. Non fungible tokens are essentially a way that you can claim ownership of a digital thing. So think music art tweets yes. These are all reproducible. But so is a postcard of the mona lisa. So non fungible tokens exists on a blockchain at this point. Mostly a theory but others are getting on board and there are online marketplaces like open sea bull and fifty gateway where you can buy and sell the official ownership of the digital thing again. We're talking music video. Art animated gifts for artists provides a new way to sell your work and you can also set it up. So that you get a little kickback. Every time the nfc changes hands with a new owner. Lots nice so right now. You're like bro. Why would someone pay millions of dollars for an animated gif when you can just download it for free again. Why would someone bhai a monet painting for millions when you can get it on a mug from the gift shop for fifteen dollars so it all comes down to the basic tautology that some things have value just because someone decides it has value now for some people the value might be bragging rights to that end. You get to buy an nf t fred digital drawing of a cat because you are looking for a new way to show people. You are wealthy for others. Value might be about your phantom or support of an artist or musician. Kings of leon grimes dead mouse and many others have released. And fte's for music and art and for others. The value might be purely speculative. You're buying the nf t for digital drawing up a cat because you think it will rise in value as many other people agree. They want that authentic digital drawing a cat. And you're like seriously digital yes. Ten years ago. A guy named chris torres created the animated. Meam niane cat. You know it as the flying cat with a pop tart for a body and it's leaving a rainbow trail behind as soon as you google. It you're going to be like. Oh cat i totally know what you're talking about. So in february torres created an nf t version and put it up for auction and it sold for nearly six hundred thousand dollars following a last minute bidding frenzy other f- tease out there. William shatner is dental x ray digital baseball cards photos of lindsay lohan. And the first tweet. By jack dorsey just sold for two point. Nine million. don't feel too bad because the proceeds argos support a charity. So there's that and if t. Are definitely booming right now with probably more speculators than collectors and fans driving up prices but experts looking beyond the boom. See a great opportunity for a new way to guarantee authenticity. So for example nike already has a patent to create. Nfc's attached to shoes to guarantee their authenticity. Called crypto. kicks so when you consider that. A pair of air jordan twelve flu games are worth more than one hundred thousand dollars. Yeah i think. I want an fte with that purchase. Please and maybe you're still skeptical like a bunch of people in the comments of the articles. I read but seriously. How is this all that new and different. It's not like people buy sneakers art or baseball cards for the value of the materials themselves. They buy them for the aesthetics. The design the rarity as the new york times quoted. Marc andreessen. ben. Horowitz a two hundred dollar pair of sneakers is like five dollars in plastic. You're buying a feeling and right now the feeling that. Fte's is similar to one a stamp collector or baseball card collector or art collector or fashion. Or even a speculator might feel. It's that feeling that you are special because you own something someone else wants.

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A Beeple Artwork Just Sold for $69M

The Breakdown with NLW

05:47 min | 7 months ago

A Beeple Artwork Just Sold for $69M

"Sound. You hear the sound of people's heads absolutely exploding a few times in previous episodes. I've mentioned the people auction going. On at christie's this is the first time the famous auction house has auctioned off a completely digital good. They had previously included an f. T. versions of some physical items that were up for auction but this was the first time it was just an nf tea while the final bids are in and the price paid for people's the first five thousand days was sixty nine million three hundred and forty six thousand two hundred fifty dollars first of all the folks over on wall street. Bets are in utter disbelief that the price wasn't sixty nine million. Four hundred twenty thousand and sixty nine dollars. Second of all crypto. Twitter is absolutely frigging losing their minds. This is a crescendo. Perhaps the first of many but definitely the first of the nfc mennea sweeping the world. I've given the background before but in short. Nfc's are non fungible tokens non fungible means that rather than every token being like every other token in other words each. Bitcoin is like each other bitcoin. They're mutually interchangeable. Each other is equivalent to each other. Tether these are cryptographic. Unique tokens that uniqueness lens them well to the actual owning quote unquote of the original quote unquote of creative work. Like a piece of art and of have been a part of the crypto space. For years i mean remember crypto kitties but over the last few months and especially the last few weeks they have had a major breakout. There have been two really important categories within that the first is actually in the sports collectible slash trading cards space last year. The team that brought you crypto katie's launched nba top shots in conjunction with the nba. These are effectively a new type of trading card featuring efficiently. Licensed video highlights. Now i was watching this and things started reasonably but they have really picked up over the last couple months last month. Nba top shot process. More than two hundred fifty million dollars in sales from one hundred thousand buyers more than that admitted a whole new group of wales a wall street journal article today was called the whales of nba. Top shot made a fortune buying lebron highlights. They were the early to the hottest. Nf market and their collections are now worth millions of dollars. They take a look at people. Like michael levy a thirty one year old financial analyst. Who spent one hundred seventy five thousand dollars over six months whose collection is now worth twenty million plus or andy chore. Leeann a twenty seven year. Old dev who back in his younger days traded pokemon bought sneakers but then more recently bought. Thirty eight hundred. Nba top shot moments. That are now worth a collective fifteen million. I think it's really important to point this side of the market out because in many ways it is a completely different. Demographic than the crypto punks art type people and frankly the people interested in people at least on an artistic level. But i also think it's worth noting that collectibles in general are going crazy. Golden auctions is a huge trading house for cards memorabilia. It sarah on march seventh. Golden tweeted prior to two thousand twenty. There only ten cards that ever sold for one million dollars plus in history last night we sold five cards for a million dollars. Plus clearly there is something going on in these sports card collectible market as well and on a smaller level i track a small index of magic the gathering card prices just to keep track of what older cars in that space are doing and it's up four hundred and fourteen percent in the last year. This is going to be relevant for discussion in a little bit about what's really underlying what's happening in an f. Teas but for now. Let's get back to the art. There has been a ton of focus. Here i people were gobsmacked by the price of crypto punks which are selling for thousand sometimes even tens of thousands hash masks or more of the same but all in all these things felt pretty well contained within the crypto space they were insider games insider speculation and insider collectors over the last few weeks that shifted we saw people sell on nifty gateway for more than six million. We had musicians jumping in just in blau who performs as three lau sold a set of thirty three. Nfc's for over eleven million dollars. Grimes may just under six million dollars. Kings of leon released an album last week with full. Ft's we've seen more sports stars jump in with gronk releasing a bunch of nf teas and then we've had brand seemingly determined to ruin the party for everyone like taco bell who released a set of tease last week as well. Of course alongside the hype. The backlash has increased as well. I mentioned on yesterday's show that there is a huge group. Were now fighting on environmental grounds. Just to give you a sample of some of those tweets per the biggest thing. The nfc sh tells us that we have an extremely short amount of time to destroy the capitalist system before it scorches all live from the earth in of a three percent rate of return. Here's another one the. Nfc thing has drawn a line in the sand between the artists who are annoying for evil minting enough tease and artists who are annoying for good cyber bullying people minting. Nfc's until dimensions mentions are so exhausting. They stop like we're all annoying but it's how we use our powers finally. Let's do one more tweeting things here and there but my stance on teases final. It's horrible for the environment and a very critical time in the climate crisis. Therefore if you participate in it. I will judge you freely in gladly and no longer support you so i tweeted this out yesterday and got a huge number of responses of people who have seen similar things and keep in mind. These aren't like random accounts or at least these tweets are getting hundreds of likes responses. And re tweet so. It seems clear that there is this counter lash happening even as we speak all in all the point. Is that even before today. Things in this space. We're getting pretty heated. But then the people auction closed

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Israel and the International Criminal Court

People of the Pod

05:29 min | 7 months ago

Israel and the International Criminal Court

"Last weekend there was a major decision at the international criminal court in the hague that made it more likely that the body will try to prosecute israelis for alleged warcrimes. There's a lot to unpack here about the body itself. The charges against israel the players involved. And what it all means for the jewish state joining us now to help make sense of all. This is barack reviewed a correspondent for axios and the diplomatic correspondent at israel's while news barack. Thank you for joining us. Thank you thank you for having me. So first of all. I feel like the terms of the international criminal court. The is the hague they get tossed around as though everyone knows what they are. But i'm not sure that that's the case. The sec is part of the un is at a different international body. What exactly is its purpose. What is the i can tell you. For a fact that the vast majority of people have no clue and by the way. I don't blame. Anybody is not even for foreign policy. Wonks for international law wong's that's really a small sect in the world so it's not surprising that most of the people really don't know what to talk about. Let's explain the international criminal. Court was supposed to be established more or less after world war. Two as part of the lessons learned from that war but at the time the cold war was just starting and the tensions between the soviet union and the united states is not allowed to get a consensus to form such an international criminal court so instead they decided to form the international court of justice. Also in the hague. Many people get confused and mix up the to the international court of justice deals with more. Let's say principled cases between different countries while the international criminal court is like any criminal court. We know okay which means that it has suspicions. There are suspicions against a certain person for alleged war crimes and this person if he's indicted he's tried by the international criminal court. The international criminal court was only established in two thousand two. As part of the drafting of what is known as the rome statute the rome statute basically said what the international criminal court should investigate. What are the crimes that the food try people for and all the countries that negotiated destroyed at the end of the day had to sign it and approve it in order to be members of the international criminal court re in the us and you and israel have something in common probably many things in common in that neither of our countries signed the rome statute. So what explains that opposition. Why was the. Us opposed to joining the i c c so the irony is that israel was very involved in the negotiations leading up to the drafting of the rome statute and the establishment of the international criminal court. The reason the end of the day that israel did not join the icy and did not sign their own statute was because one of the things that several arab countries pressed very hard to include in the statute as grimes should be investigated by the international criminal. Court were issues that have to do with transferring population into an occupied territory. And as you know when israel built settlements in the west bank it moved its citizens into an occupied territory and for many many years. This was a main issue that israel did not see for example as a breach for geneva convention article. Forty nine in the fourth year neva convention is an article that israel decided that it doesn't agree with so israel. Basically defacto implements the fourth geneva convention other than in the west bank and gaza other than article forty nine because it has to do with settlements. Let me just ask this so one of the things that is illegal quote unquote under the rome. Statute is transferring members of population into occupied territory. And the reason that it's illegal is because like countries wanted to target israel for doing just that no the geneva convention okay from the late nineteen forties already at designated transferring of population into unoccupied territory. As something which is illegal okay. What happened here. was that at the end. You need to decide. You can't just decided okay. The icy sea will investigate any crime that we think at specific moment. It should investigate. No they wanted to Designate certain crimes that are. Let's say more serious. In order for the i c to be able to focus on the really most obscene acts of war crimes crimes against humanity crimes of those kind of things and when they negotiated the rome statute arab countries decided to press for adding this issue of of a population into an occupied territory as one of the things that constitute a crime that can be investigated by the court

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01:40 min | 7 months ago

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01:40 min | 7 months ago

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01:40 min | 7 months ago

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 Grimes scores 29 points, No. 8 Houston beats South Florida

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 8 months ago

Grimes scores 29 points, No. 8 Houston beats South Florida

"Quentin Grimes provided twenty nine points as a Frank Houston beat South Florida eighty two sixty five spoiling the bulls first game thirty two days because of coronavirus interruptions Dejan Jiro scored thirteen of his seventeen points in the first half and also had eight assists to help the Cougars improved to seventeen into Houston shot fifty eight percent of building a forty three thirty five lead then outscored U. S. F. twenty ninety eight in the first ninety minutes of the second half to surge ahead seventy two forty four South Florida got as close to seventy six sixty one with six R. one remaining but didn't hit another field goal I'm Dave Ferrie

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The Hollywood Ripper And The Hollywood Slashers

Drowning Verdict

04:43 min | 8 months ago

The Hollywood Ripper And The Hollywood Slashers

"Hello and welcome to drowning verdict. I'm chip mahoney and you're listening to my true crime podcast. This is a podcast where i talk about cases out there that fascinate me and go more in depth with the case. So thanks for joining me today. You might found me on my youtube or twitter which is a good way to check out the episodes. And if you're there on youtube i'm doing full episodes their format c-can sub follow and always get the latest episodes there You can also find me by the way on just about any where you get your favorite podcast whether it stitcher spotify apple Whichever platform you prefer. I'm there you can follow share with friends and come back for more. Because as i often say to listeners of the podcast try to deliver something New and interesting a unique angle if you will. I'm an author. I like to talk about story connections and maybe from time to time finding some truth here and there especially on something that's Say a cold case and can be No excuse me a case that's been solved. That was once cold and that can be applied to something. That's open and active something to be learned if you will so in today's episode I've got a interesting thing to talk about One is a recent case that is Been in the courts last couple of years and has finally come to justice. The other is traveling back in time about forty years nonetheless. Same place of activity crimes. Which would be los angeles area sunset strip hollywood and you know not the bright lights and and fancy stuff there the underground the dark underbelly and also i have a fun fact for you Maybe i should backtrack there. It's not so fun as much as it is an interesting fact but you tell me What you might think of it now. If you leave a comment you know Ted bundy you know the name and in america. He's the most sensationalized killer of our time. There's probably no less than fifty movies and books on that guy. And he wasn't the most prolific if you will if you're keeping stats I think it was samuel. Little died recently. He was near ninety three victims. So he's not like that guy but nonetheless you know his name and the serial killer world he reigned supreme which is an interesting thing and a sad thing at the same time because in america we like to keep stats so very strange about us folks. But here's a fun fact for you if you will. There was another serial killer in the united states named bundy with the same last name. And furthermore wasn't a guy it was a woman and her name was carol m bundy and she's a focus of Part of today's episode. Along with her partner in crime men name doug clark and they were coined the hollywood slashers. They did their dirty work about forty years ago. So today's episode. I'm talking about the hollywood ripper. Which is a recent kind of case that's come to being closed. And justice brought to their and then the hollywood slashers going back about forty years and just to talk about these two Cases and maybe learn something for the future. So let me talk about carol bundy and doug clark before i get into the ripper. Who came around. Oh probably about twenty five thirty years later and was most recently convicted. So those two somehow each other in the dirt and grime areas of sunset strip area in those bars and they got together with her dark ideas And found that they shared some some dark fantasies. If you will on some sick fantasies

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Gardner, East Carolina upset No. 5 Houston 82-73

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 8 months ago

Gardner, East Carolina upset No. 5 Houston 82-73

"Jayden Gardner had twenty one points and fifteen rebounds to help ease Carolina shock fifth ranked Houston eighty two seventy three the pirates first win against a ranked opponent nearly two decades just what's in the country and that's that's very surreal to stop you dream about being anybody ranks really in for it to be tough loss yeah this this is the best right here Tremont Robinson white added seventeen points for east Carolina ECU shot forty seven percent overall made eleven of twenty four three pointers and lead for the last twelve plus minutes did johndroe matched his career high with twenty five points to lead the Cougars but top scorer Quentin Grimes provided just seven points on two for ten shooting I'm Dave very

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Bodies Week Morning Riddles

Chompers

02:36 min | 9 months ago

Bodies Week Morning Riddles

"Good morning it's time for choppers your tooth brushing show start brushing on the top of your mouth on one side bowler team all the way in the back. And it's bodies week on chompers and today we've got some head scratchers for you. it's riddled here's your first one. These pearly whites fall out of kids and grow back just one time. You use me when you're chewing and brush to clean the grime. What are they teeth but things. You're brushing right now. Switzer rushing to the other side of the top of your mouth. Don't forget those front teeth. Teeth are the hardest part of the human body even harder than bones. But don't go testing your teeth. If you break a bone it can grow back together but teeth. Don't he'll Here's your next riddle. I cover the whole body and wrinkle when you're old i'm sweaty when you're too hot and get goosebumps when you're cold. What am i switched to the bottom of your mouth. Don't brush to heart. Skip is your body's largest covering basically your body a scientific name for skin. His epo dermot. Don't look now. Your epidermis is showing. Here's another riddle. I don't get hurt when i get cut. I grow longer every day. And when you get much older. I fall out or i turned gray. What am i. Switch rushing to the other side of the bottom of your mouth. You brushing hair grows on almost every in of your skin. The only places that hair doesn't really grow is on your lips. The palms of your hands and the soles of your feet. Okay here is your last riddle. Longest one is your femur. The smallest one is in your ear. They make all of your blood cells and breaking is what they fear. What are we talking about the for you tonight. All you have to do now is

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Chris Doering talks Florida and Georgia

The Paul Finebaum Show

04:59 min | 10 months ago

Chris Doering talks Florida and Georgia

"We welcome in chris during Who gives us her. Quite a look ahead to tomorrow's game. Chris in most years florida hosting lsu of the sec this week. It's been pretty quiet. I am curious as you know those two teams so well especially from florida side What what are they thinking as they get one of their bitter rivals in a bitter rival that they are a prohibitive favorite. It is weird. Isn't it paula. Me and thinking back to win. This game was originally scheduled. I thought most lsu people felt like we're gonna get a chance to play later in the year we'll get healthier. We'll get miles brennan back. We'll be in better position. And i would argue that. They're actually in a worse position now than when they were originally scheduled in october. So i it's kind of a weird dynamic with a lotta florida. Fans looking forward to sec. Championship game next weekend for me. This is all about. Florida has nothing to do with their opponent. Lsu it's about getting right offensively full full-fledged dress rehearsal right costumes everything. Let's go for what we're gonna do next week. I i honestly been kind of disappointed with florida's offensive performance. The last three weeks dating back to the vanderbilt came. Because they just look inconsistent. They look like they walk through a haze periods of time. They look like they're not executing and part of it's their own fault for looking so good against arkansas in the second half and missouri against georgia. We set the bar pretty high for them but focused level has not been there for a full sixty minutes. I want to see all fence. Get back to executing at the level. They were early in the year defensively. Let's get some things shored up. Let's figure out how to keep from giving up these long passing plays. Let's get generate some more pressure on the quarterback. Let's be able to to penetrate and stop the run something. I thought they did. Well against tennessee last week but The thing i'm gonna keep my paul. What are the numbers for. Kyle trask because obviously this is a game as you said against a A bitter rival one. That beat florida by fourteen. Last year florida's got a chance to return the favor but they also have a chance to outduel in back to back weeks what mack jones get did against the very same defense. And don't think that winning the heisman trophy is not something that dan mullen really wants. For contrast and something that will help his program significantly going forward in on that subject. How do you compare. Kyle trash to meg jones. And that's really his main competition now and that we know we know what had next two weeks especially next week but what what what what separates college trask. If anything well first of all. I love both of these guys you know as a former receiver. I love the the accuracy. I love the the the way they re defenses and get the ball to the right guy. On what the defense is dictating But i would go back and say kyle. Traffic is probably had a tougher. Time than what mack jones at and. That's not taking anything away. From mac ios but look at how. Good this offense of line is for alabama. Look at how well they've run the football over the last six games or so look at what. Najji harris has done. Devante smith the reason why iraq jones's numbers look so good on the deep passes over twenty yards and no disrespect. Mac has been really accurate. But when you're throwing a guy that's five yards behind the nearest defender. It makes it a little bit easier. So again i think without the run game florida certainly not able to run the football very well. I don't think they're offensive. Line is the most consistent So i think the load that kyle. Trask bears a little bit harder to to carry them. What jones does now with that being said. Look at the weapons of florida has i. I don't think i've ever been able to say at least in recent years. That florida has more receiving weapons around their quarterback than what alabama does. They've been absolutely loaded but Looking at the way that that not only kind of is utilized trayvon. Grimes justin shorter. All those receivers. Jacob copeland has come on as well Forgetting about tony. Who might be one of the biggest Factor mismatch guys in the sec. Right now but the way. They use the running backs as well. That was something that we saw against georgia so a lot of different guys. That are helping. Kyle trask out. But i think with the advantage that alabama has on the offensive line and that run game to complement the throws down the field. I think kyle may have a little bit more of a impressive Season just because of how much he's had to do himself chris. Couple of games. I want to ask you about one. Particular auburn at mississippi state mississippi state has been up and down we. We've been through that conversation. But i'm really curious about auburn. Because they've had some really good moments this year and then some clunkers especially lately. I know what you're doing here paul. You love it. When i go off on auburn and it's been up and down year with them right early in the season. I was really down on him. I was starting to get A little bit more positive with the way they were able to run the run the football figuring out who they were with take bixby and that offensive line and then they got hit with a bunch of injuries up front Bixby was was banged up.

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Interview With Sharon Williams

Photography Radio

04:36 min | 11 months ago

Interview With Sharon Williams

"Hello everyone and welcome to another edition of the frames podcast. My name is Scott Olsen. And today I am Overjoyed to be talking with Sharon Williams Sharon is a member of the frames Community. She lives in one of God's gifts to photographers Ireland and his doing work that when it goes by on my screen is immediately arresting immediately compelling and someone that I've wanted to meet and talk to about her work for some time now Sharon, how are you today? I'm really good Scott. How are you? I am wonderful. I have to ask because I'm just completely jealous. How is Ireland? What does Ireland look like today? Well, Ireland Spain Four Seasons in one day. I suppose as it is most often. It's a very wet and windy but lots of sunshine in between. Oh man. I've Had The Good Fortune to be there a couple of times and every single bit of it from you know the song Inner City to the the countryside is from a photographer's point of view. I think really compelling you are doing work that is not like the work a lot of people on the commission are doing and work that when it goes by as I said really does cost me to stop and look and you're calling it fine art floral photography. That's not all you do. You do landscaping do portraits that this is all on your website for those of you that are that enjoy looking at websites during these conversations. Her website is s Williams images.com s w i l l i a m s i m a g e s. Tell me how you got started in photography. Did you remember your first camera? Do you remember when you first start thinking of yourself as a photographer? Yes. Well, that's not that long ago and my husband bought me a Camera DSLR nickel and for Christmas one year. It's probably dead. 2014 and and then a couple of months later. I'm thrilled cuz I had an idea that I would like to take photographs and a few months later wage. I work in the local hospice and we were looking at maybe doing a calendar for the first year as a fundraiser, cuz I had me brand new camera. I was nominated as a photographer. So there's no pressure. So it was the best thing ready cuz it really focused my attention on what I was doing and I said about we change the the Hospice and and dairy here boy hospice is set an amazing Grimes. We it's it's on the banks of the river Foyle and it has sneezing Gardens that I've been a script and maintained by volunteers over thirty years. And so that's where I immediately Drew my inspiration from the calendar and the calendar worked out really well. So I was inspired to sort of keep going. And did you have any training at all or was it just you know work yourself off of automatic as as gradually as you could chuck. Yeah. Well, my dad does spend to stay away from automatic and go straight into Nigel. So that's what I've always done. I never use automatic. In fact, if I do I get confused. I like the absolute control over what I'm doing but in the September of the following year, I did take a short course in the local College here and the city and Guilds of course and which really introduced me to page, you know, hire a camera works and and introduced me to a new community of people as well which and it was amazing. And then after that I took another course and it was at that point. I had started really experimenting with this and came across this sort of like pad photography, but I have to say I was always fairly experimental because off The rules were a bit too fast and maybe a bit too rigid for me. So I had always sort of my first delved into like an intentional camera moves. I see em work. Yep. And I love that. I just love the movement you could get from that. And from there. I started working in Photoshop bringing like the Box focused into the ICM work and blend on the two together so very abstract and but seemed to go down well with you know, some people that aren't really appreciated it so long I kept going.

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Pike's Peak: The Complete History of the World's Highest Hill Climb

Past Gas

05:33 min | 11 months ago

Pike's Peak: The Complete History of the World's Highest Hill Climb

"Pike's peak is a giant among giants. It's the highest mountain in the front range of the rocky mountains. It is formed from billion-euro old granite. That's right. Billion with a B. and was first named by the native people who lived in shadow the called the mountain. Taba meaning son and they were the Tableau Watch meaning people of San Mountain. In eighteen o six, the mountain was quote unquote discovered. By American explorer lieutenant, Zevulon Yuan Pipe. These God I sounds like an alien spaceship guy. On. Doesn't look as cool as his name suggests I'm just GonNa tell you right now he was sent by Thomas Jefferson on a mission to explore the West and upon seeing the Mountain Zevulun apparently swore the mountain would never be conquered by man cars didn't exist yet, but it's safe to assume pike would have included them in his assessment as well. Given the chance it only took fourteen years. To prove old Zebulon Pike. Wrong. The mountain was first scaled by a European in eighteen twenty when Edwin James, a botanist and explorer successfully reached the summit collecting flowers all the way up quote the most notable day of the expedition for botanical collecting. Now, I don't WanNa give all the credit to Edwin. James although it sounds like he had a great time, I'm sure that one of the Taboada probably. Did it before him yeah. One hundred percent. Yeah attaboy watch like a a wildfire up their boot who was just like I'm GonNa Climb that today flowers. We're lovely but it was a Shinier commodity that attracted the first wave of settlers to pikes. Peak Pike's peak or bust was a common slogan of the Colorado Gold Rush of the eighteen fifties although is more of a marketing slogan. Do the prominence of the mountain gold wasn't discovered near pikes peak until later in eighteen ninety three, it won't be the first time that the mountain inspired the imaginations of those who climbed it in that same year after reaching a summit of the mountain and taking in the view Katharine Lee Bates wrote the Song America the beautiful. Describing Purple Mountain Majesties above the enameled plane over the years the mountain was commonly referred to as Pike's highest peak before finally being simplified just to pikes peak the next notable American to shape the fate of the mountain was Spencer Penrose, and he also might have been the one to introduce cars. Penrose had a name that sound like the bad guy in a murder mystery but he also had a job that would fit right into the genre. He was a mining speculator of the American West just like a murder mystery penrose had a history that could make you think you is both a suspect and a savior he graduated from Harvard but at the bottom of his class. His father and brothers were doctors and lawyers he decided to travel out west and try to make a name for himself at first he failed before getting a tip about some land near Cripple Creek that made him millions of dollars, and that's million dollars like in the movie this guy is played by Walton Geoghegan's. For sure. That's love that whilst. Yeah. And that's millions of dollars in eighteen hundreds money, which is like a lot today billions today. I Love Walton Gardens he's so. I feel like if I went to Harvard I'd WanNa, graduate the bottom of my class. Look I'm I'm the best on the rowing team but. Not great at socio economics I mean I went to. Harvard. So I'm pretty good at stuff but like I partied penrose settled. Colorado. Springs. The closest town to pikes peak was met a woman named Julie Villiers McMillan although. Penrose was by then in his forty s, he had sworn to stay a rich entrepreneurial bachelor but Macmillan proved to be grimes to his Elon Musk and the two got hitched in traveled to Europe for a lavish honeymoon staying at beautiful resorts around Europe inspired penrose to murder his wife what now? In fact, the inspiration was to open his own motel modeled after the places he had stayed specifically on the Mediterranean coast. This became the Broadmoor hotel opened in nineteen eighteen at the cost of three million, nineteen eighteen dollars translating to scrooge mcduck. Gold Coin Swing Pool amount of money in today's money. The Broadmoor was and is a seven hundred, seventy nine room Italian renaissance style palace with eighteen restaurants a golf club with three courses including one designed by Arnold. Palmer himself an automotive museum, the contents of which will soon arrive at this thing is like massive. It looks awesome. Yeah. I WanNa go to the odd more. Yeah. Let's do it. How do you feel? Seven hundred rooms every night. That's nuts penrose was no fool. He knew he knew that to attract people to the hotel you needed to do things great reviews on tripadvisor, dot com and promotional stunts. He set out to work on an ambitious project as he built the hotel, it was a two hundred, eighty, three, thousand, dollar gravel and dirt road to the fourteen thousand, one, hundred, fifteen foot summit of pikes peak with the idea of promoting tourism to the area and indirectly his own hotel.

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World's Record for Most Podcasting Mistakes In An Episode

She Podcasts

07:48 min | 1 year ago

World's Record for Most Podcasting Mistakes In An Episode

"Pretty? Frenzy and. Unfortunately my microphones behind it last night when we were. Practicing, I kept going like this so that I could. We have to remind her to get out of the. Presentation so Welcome she podcasts on fire. Or your host Jessica and Elsie can you just keep take over? I? Think. I have to send this quickey email. All right. So three mistakes rate, their people number one, please don't name your show on fire just because or which actually expands even more to please don't copy somebody else's show because or a variation on the name because you think it's really cool and that's the same way that yours is. Please don't do that The other thing she moved away from the mic we oftentimes get very excited and then move all the way over here, and then we're doing this and we don't realize you have to be on Mike to get very good levels for your end product. You must be engaged and lastly she's GonNa take care of an email most of the time I, get one of the things with just. An opportunity to see her and I cannot tell you how many different times I'm just like just. Just Pay Attention. Listen I'm very busy and important. That's right. Foot people can hear you typing just. So you know you're not fooling anyone and yeah she can see me typing actually but normally it's because. I mean to be fair. You're talking about something that I can't speak on right I understand so. Editor can hear you the is which sucks. So yeah, it's better to not do that. All right. So let's get started with the opening one's here. Let's see how do we start moving right along. Okay sees. So yeah, be mindful of your microphone I am really hiding are Holland be mindful of your microphone be mindful of your listener I'm doing it. Now we're recording this for our show this week and I'm moving to the MIC like specifically not supposed to be doing. This is not actually me being funny I. I. Just have to Redo it. Mind you this actually gives the other the other one of the tips that we're going to be giving. You need to test things out before you actually record, and this is what we are showing you. That is not happening. So part of the deal when you do your show is that you have to pretend as if it's actually happening even though nothing is happening to. Know, the right placement Yes tech is tricky. ECHINACEA don't do anything that will mess with it. Don't FIDGET DON'T CHEW ICE Don't. Talk and look out the window. Don't shoot anything. that. I've been asked. Not to do lots of times and make sure you have water something to drink on your desk because if God forbid you do. Get something caught in your throat you will. You. You know it's not good to have to get up and go get something also checking your connection if you're a person with more than one Wi fi network, which I am oftentimes. One, of them will be better than the other that day haven't made sure that I've looked to make sure and also choosing the right microphone. So the difference between the one that you WANNA record or your headphones or the computer like right now there's three and play and the right one is chosen. It'll sound. So terrible. You have to do add that on a little bit just think about whenever you choose your microphone that are certain APPs that use separate microphones. There are times when you can definitely set your computer to take on the specific microphone that you want it to us. But there are times when that gets a little bit glitzy depending upon what software you're using. So be extra crazy about checking it. So right now we are on zoom, and so I get a chance to go check on zoom if it's Pick there even though were also recording on another external like soft piece of software that's capturing our audio. We also need to make sure that that piece of software also has this Mike picked in its every single time because I guarantee you when it really matters when you're like Oh everything's okay. You'RE GONNA find out that one interview that one conversation that one amazing show you didn't pick the right Mike. And you'll be sad. Very very sad No. Yeah. Those things are super important. You know what I just realized. Also, we forgot to introduce ourselves completely. So for those of you who don't know us. You should. We are the CO founders of she podcasts I. Am just a cup from in. This is Elsie. Escobar. who was on earlier we co-founded she podcast in two thousand fourteen. MOSTLY TO HAVE A. Safe space to ask questions where we wouldn't feel we were asking stupid questions or get answers from people that might think we're stupid I. Guess That's The you had a very nice description earlier, which was you know we just needed a I forget what you said, but it was perfect. We. Just needed a place to hang where we would feel safe to ask the questions out. We needed to ask and not feel like I. Think part of it is that. I felt. Dumb or stupid about asking or an antenna like I should know these things and or that you'll be looked down upon for not knowing those things when realized just started. And also for me, it was lake getting technical answers to questions that I didn't feel needed technical answers. There was probably a simple solution for people who weren't trying to be like the next. You know. Adam. Curry that we shouldn't all have to aspire to be that so. That's why so yeah. So Jazz Elsie. and. This is kind of our show. This is her to every single time where on which. Kind of yes. But we are going to address all of these mistakes. So we've what you've already seen as well. The mics are not on. Possibly chewing gum chewing ice not a good thing everything's on your. Any everything is being recorded messing around with hair and earrings. Talking while turning away from your microphone, making sure that you're definitely on there and not having water and so impart when you were talking about the water thing just. I'm a fan of having something with a lid on it throw yes. because. You can spill your water while you are recording. So having something with a lid has been really great for me 'cause. I'm such a klotz myself and the other thing is that you have to make sure that you make you use. The. Mute. Button. So the mistake would be not using your mute button as much as you can when somebody else's talking or you're drinking because this thing happens watched us. Did you hear that? Yes. So the pop grimes you myself when I Open My. Bottle. Time I know it's annoying but I don't want that noise

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164 nurses' shoes placed on the lawn of the Capitol

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

03:07 min | 1 year ago

164 nurses' shoes placed on the lawn of the Capitol

"Says the number of actual Covad 19 infections infections is is a a lot lot higher higher than than the the 3.9 3.9 million million reported reported so so far. far. This This is is based based on on a a new new study study and and we we hear hear more more from from ABC ABC is is Victor Victor a a kendo. kendo. The The study study looking looking at at antibody antibody tests tests in in 10 10 cities and states from March to May. Finding depending on the location. The case rate could be 6 to 24 times more than initially reported were now in July. With hospitalizations on the rise in 40 states. The self looking like the Northeast did in April. In his first Kuroda virus briefing since April, President Trump acknowledging the severity of the pandemic, it will probably, unfortunately, get worse before it gets better. Hospitals like Baptist help here in Miami or pushed to the brink. It's exhausting every day. We feel feel like like we're we're in in a a race race a a marathon marathon with with just just one one I I C C u u BED BED left left nurse nurse Rachel Rachel ever ever says says it's it's wearing wearing on on the the staff staff compared compared to to March March and and April. April. What What are we seeing now in the I C U Oh, March was just a tip of the iceberg, and every day it's coming into more patients, and they're very sick. As cases rise. The debate over reopening schools raging the clock is ticking. Mindy Grimes Pesky is one of dozens of educators and parents suing Governor Rond De Santis, who wants kids back in the classroom. The governor suggested. The teachers who don't want to go back inside of a classroom could do something like take a sabbatical. Could you could other teachers afford to do something like that right now? Absolutely not. I mean, to make that statement just lets us know that he is not in touch with what's happening. She and her husband are both teachers, and they're concerned they could bring the virus home to their son who's immuno compromised. In a congressional hearing, Executives from five pharmaceutical companies said they hoped to have hundreds of millions of doses of affordable vaccine. To be ready by next year. They were asked if they would send their kids back to school without one. I don't know the answer. Yet even for my three Children were wrestling with the same challenges. Parents cross country trying to figure out right. So you come to a conclusion. No, sir. We were talking about that tonight at dinner. I don't know you. Just if if you're confused, Think about that all across America. Vice President Pence with a different message. I can tell you with my wife seated right here. If our kids were elementary school age or high school or college, we wouldn't hesitate sending back school. Because I've been looking at this data every day. The virus continuing to take a deadly toll on frontline workers, Fianna Tulip mourning her mother, Isabel Papadimitriou, a respiratory therapist in Dallas, writing this skating obituary, blaming politicians and their lack of action for her death, writing Like hundreds and thousands of others, she should still be alive today. Even inviting Texas governor Greg Abbott to her mother's funeral, saying his statewide mask mandate was too little too late. I invited him so that he can see behind these numbers. There are really people who are suffering Jackson Alabama in Washington, D C. The National Nurses union, placing 164 pairs of shoes on the lawn of the Capitol to mourn their fallen

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"grimes" Discussed on Murder Minute

Murder Minute

04:26 min | 1 year ago

"grimes" Discussed on Murder Minute

"The following year on November Fifteenth Nineteen Fifty, eight a group of boy scouts on a nature hike, found the decapitated nude body, a fifteen year old Bonney Lake Scott. In the Gali off the grand road, just a few miles from where the grime sisters had been found. The day after the body of Bonnie Lay Scott was discovered. Loretta Grimes received another phone call. I've committed another perfect crime. The caller told her. A twenty three year old man named Charles Lee Warri Milk. West unknown acquaintance of Bonnie Lay Scott confessed to the crime after failing multiple polygraph tests. Milk mccoist had a reputation for inappropriate contact with young girls and a history of violence. Stretching back to high school, there were obscene telephone calls stalking incidents, and at least three young women told Chicago police that Mel West had attempted to strangle them while sitting in his car or on dates with Mel Quist. In a seven page written confession milk was claimed that he and Bonnie Lay Scott were on a date the night of her disappearance. They were parked in his driveway quote golfing around and wrestling win quest put a pillow over Bonnie's face and accidentally smothered.

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"grimes" Discussed on Murder Minute

Murder Minute

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"grimes" Discussed on Murder Minute

"It appeared as though the sisters had been laying there by the side of the road since the snowfall two weeks prior. Three wounds, resembling those typically inflicted by ice picks were discovered on Barbara's chest and signs of blunt force trauma were visible on her head and face. Patricia had multiple bruises. Autopsy reports later confirmed that the girls must have been killed within a few hours of their disappearance. The dinner they ate before going to the movie. Theater was still sitting in their stomachs..

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"grimes" Discussed on Today in True Crime

Today in True Crime

09:10 min | 1 year ago

"grimes" Discussed on Today in True Crime

"Today in true crime is supported by better help online counseling people often portray their happiest self to others. Whether it's at work or on social social media we often make it appear that we have everything figured out but a lot of times. We don't I know that I don't and if you're like me it's not always easy to ask. Ask for help and find counseling. This is where better help can help you. Better help offers. Licensed counselors who specialize in a variety of issues including reading depression and anxiety as well as trauma anger family relationships and so many others and finding a counselor that lives close to. You has been an issue. You better help allows you to connect privately with your counselor through text chat phone and video calls. You can get help at your own pace and on your Own Time and best of all you can get help at an affordable rate today in true crime listeners will get ten percent off their first month with discount code food today in true crime. That's better help dot com slash two day in true crime. Why not get help? Better help dot com slash slash today in true crime now back to the story on December Twenty Eighth Nineteen Fifty six twelve year old Patricia. Grimes and her fifteen year old sister Barbara left their Chicago home for the movies and never returned that night. The Girl's Mother Loretta. Grimes had expected her daughters back before midnight. But when they're curfew few came and went she grew worried soon. She sent her eldest daughter and fourteen year. Old Son to the bus. Stop to meet them. The teenagers majors stood in the cold for hours and waited after watching three bust cycles. Come and go. They returned home around own. To lay 'em. They walked through the door and delivered the news. Their mother had been dreading. Patricia and Barbara. Never Came Back Jack Loretta. Grimes flew into action. She called up the girl's friends and classmates and contacted family and neighbors burs. But no one had seen Patricia or Barbara. So around two fifteen a m. Loretta called the Chicago PD. Loretta Loretta filed a missing persons report. But the officers were less than convinced that the girl's disappearance was an affair. IUS Teenagers ran away all the time they'd come back. They assured Loretta they almost always did but Loretta knew something was deeply wrong. The girls didn't pack a bag plus they wouldn't leave their beloved new radio behind while the family waited for the girls to come Home Patricia's Tristesse thirteenth birthday came and went and when days turned into an entire week with no sign of either girl. The police police realized the urgency of the case. Something had happened to the grime sisters and they needed all the manpower they could gather to find them. A team of cops and citizens assembled to search the snowy fields and back alleys in and around the city but they found nothing and as the investigation stretched into weeks. The case gained national attention by mid January Kan.. The police station was flooded with tips. Everyone it seemed had a lead on the grime sisters one of the most famous theories this came from a source who claimed the girls took a bus to Nashville in an attempt to meet Elvis Presley and so even the king of rock and roll himself. Health got involved. Elvis took to the radio to send a plea to the sisters he said. If you are good Presley fans you'll go home mm-hmm and ease your mother's worries but the girls would never get to hear that message on January. Sorry Twenty second. Nineteen fifty seven nearly a month after the sister's disappearance. A construction workers stopped his car to investigate something peculiar. He'd seen to nude figures tangled in a ditch off a remote road. He thought they were mannequins. But as he approached the ditch he realized how wrong he was there. Frozen and animal ravaged. Were the bodies as of the grimes sisters. An autopsy revealed bruises across. Barbara's face as well as signs. The potential molestation and Patricia his chest had three distinct puncture wounds however pathologists found no severe injuries that indicated a possible murder method. Baffled they could only surmise that the girls had frozen to death. The coroner's reported Barbara Uh and Patricia official cause of death as secondary shock dude exposure to the elements but even so investigators were convinced that the girls had been murdered before being dumped in their snowy grave. They just needed to find the person responsible ensemble one of the first suspects. The detectives pursued was Walter. Crowns of fifty-three-year-old plummer plummer Crohn's called police with an anonymous tip before the girls were even found claiming to have seen where their bodies were hidden. When asked how now he replied it was revealed to him? In a dream eerily location he named wasn't far from the actual area where the corpses were discovered but upon further investigation. Krenz was ruled out as a suspect beside his dream there was no other evidence that connected wanted him to the murders. His revelation was brushed off as nothing. More than a bizarre coincidence. Another lead had police interrogating twenty ninety one year. Old drifter named Edward Bedwell Edward or Benny was somewhat of an Elvis. Lookalike who like the singer hailed hailed from Tennessee. Benny actually confessed to the murders in great detail but later retracted his statement entirely. He'd he claimed that he'd been intimidated by police into confessing and later the evidence ruled out his account entirely. The details. Just didn't match up for the next few years police followed dead end leads but ultimately no one was ever convicted and now more than six decades later the grime sisters murders remain unsolved the mystery surrounding the case continues continues to baffle experts. Inspiring multiple books and documentaries while it's tragedy echoes in Chicago's consciousness there there it survives as a cautionary tale pass down through generations for many. It's the reason they keep their children. Close an unspoken unspoken warning urging them to hurry home before dark. Thanks for listening joining today and true crime. I'm Vanessa Richardson today. In true crime is a park. Cast original you can find more episodes of today in true crime and all other podcast our cast originals for free on spotify. Not only does spotify already. Have all of your favorite music but now spotify is making it easy for you to enjoy all of your your favorite podcast originals like today and true crime for free from your phone desktop or smart speaker to stream today in true crime on spotify. Just open the APP and type today in true crime in the search bar at par cast. Were grateful for you our listeners. You allow us to do what we love. Let us know how we're doing reach out on facebook and instagram. At podcast and twitter at podcast network will be back with a brand new episode tomorrow. The true crime today in true crime was created by Max Cutler is a production of cutler media and is part of the podcast network at work it is produced by Max Ron Cobbler. Sound design by Andy Weights with production assistance by Ron Shapiro Carly Madden and Travis Clark. This episode of today and true crime was written by. Alex Garland with writing assistance by Maggie Admire. I'm Vanessa Richardson..

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"grimes" Discussed on Sean Carroll's Mindscape: Science, Society, Philosophy, Culture, Arts, and Ideas

Sean Carroll's Mindscape: Science, Society, Philosophy, Culture, Arts, and Ideas

12:40 min | 2 years ago

"grimes" Discussed on Sean Carroll's Mindscape: Science, Society, Philosophy, Culture, Arts, and Ideas

"It was bad because there was no goals so it was a Edano admirable because you could build a house and you could have a cat and you could go clothes shopping and whatever but you couldn't win or lose people lost interest in it. I also think there's like which is maybe less than some sort out. I mean so if you've ever played VR chat. Like I went to interview chat for a while. And it's like it was just a nightmare like like like talking to everyone was like a woman a woman in the VR chat. And then they're just like all these weird chasing as maybe the goal maybe goals like morally really align people you know like maybe like it's like the the fact that there's just no goal and there's just a bunch of people standing here Chris this incredibly predatory environmental. There's no incentive for them and be nice basically or to be even considered. Yeah I won't because there's no yeah I don't know why but it it was like a weird. Ab Scary. Like I went away to get some food and I came back. acclimate all been drawing dicks. All over my character like it was just really kind of aggressive like rabies vibe very recently or back in the day. Okay okay. That's pretty recent. Yeah let's say I'm pretty recent. Wow they know it was you know just some you know. It's not just female was enough is yeah it was but nothing like I'm not being making a ethical judgment. I'm just saying like obviously in the real world people don't behave like this right and so like what's although maybe they would. You may be in like fucking jerome did maybe I one hundred percents sure it's unclear but but yeah I mean listen standards lightness serve a purpose and they can exist in in real life would not online some ways. Yeah and then there might be a way to make them start existing online. But I don't know because it's like you feel like in order to do to do that. You have to like maybe maybe make people like sign onto the Internet with ID which feels weird and starts getting into like weird like talked with this year stuff with Corey doctor. Oh who is Internet freedom of speech expert and it's hard like every rule you come up with you can realize oh that could be disastrous people right like. Should you be able to lead your direct messages. You sent to somebody. I think you should definitely. Well yes but then people who sent harassing emails to other people can delete the evidence. So this is that's what I said and instantly the exception comes up damn so yeah dish I mean we are just not yet prepared this. I wonder if we're just an obsolete species and like a is just inevitable but a bull and point and we are just this this stuck in this in between point where we're way too primitive for the world we've built and like that you know like is just an obvious like it's just an evolution Asian of humanity and like chrome agnes right now in a in a human world. Well maybe this is a good place to sort of bring it all in for a landing I've heard things like that said before you know that we're we're the we're the way for the universe to invent super intelligent went. Well I think we are kind of just. There's just an obvious yelich where the means by which the university is trying to express itself and as it gets Evolution and guests better better better and it's just fast evolution. I guess but but again I come back to this sort of motivation or gold. kind of thing like So Nick Bostrom Ostrom wrote this book Super Intelligence. You know this. I'm ready either but I own it And I always wondered like what is the definition of intelligence. Here like it's it's it's certainly not audibility to multiply big numbers fast. We already have right Is it the ability to you know. Write a love poem or I mean I think once is gravity. Thanks a lot of things and they can co-exist to like I. I'm not necessarily of the mind that. Ai will wipe us out. I don't even. They even have any motivation to. I feel like that's sort of a weird. Yeah well the whole what what. What even count as motivation very strange question? But I don't think people have really thought about I think that we're anthropomorphized a little bit too much. Yeah you know and I also thank you know again my uneducated thoughts here that in addition to a I there's the whole mind computer interface thing rather than building separate is is. We're GONNA modify ourselves. I really want that. Yeah that's passions book right in you know like okay but this is that's the fantasy fantasy and I wonder if it has any basis in reality like do you have to live through the process of reading it to really get it in. Imagine it is possible I think anything the thing is technologically possible. festers tonight my out. Maybe not I don't know but maybe delight your middle name. Let's minute okay so you should be able to violate the speed of light. I mean but I don't know like like I mean you can ask us better than me but like there's no like can we truly trust the laws of physics are actually look what they are. No we can't so you feel like if we can time. There's a lot of time ahead of US like I. I think we'll probably able to solve anything really like I like. It's like there's so many things that exist now that just seem like like the idea of even like a hundred years ago the working on computers like this and just everything right all knowledge at the tip of our fingers. It's like literally fucking insane and it's like we're speeding up like exponentially like you know like five years ago like the difference between five years ago now feels like the difference between like World War Two in the eighties like so it's like I just feel like it's just going to tripping into like this super psychos are you a single person is a singularity is at the idea when like I. I think you know the idea that the rate of technological progress is increasing and increasing rate so it basically hits infinity at some finite time your hair hit infinity. I mean I just believe the most fun thing that I believe at any given time and that's a good thing to do. Yeah that's why would I fight against the most fun possible outcome do you. who like because if there's no proof one way or the other like like obviously I'm just GonNa go for the in banks figure but what what is your? How do you think about your place in this process? I mean you. Did you consciously think that yours sort of exploring these boundaries and helping us to get to this new place or is it. Just you're writing wave and having a good time a bit of both. I think I'm writing away more than I think you know at But I am actively striving to not just drive ride the wave but I think we're all kind of riding the wave more than we think but also possibly contributed more than we think we can help it. Ride the wave like I think everything at the end of the day walks away from ego and like Celtic. If you look at like ancient in Egypt and like and stuff like it ends up just becoming a weird conglomerate of of everything altogether and the individual sort of disappear into the time memory wise. Yeah Yeah Yeah. It's like what actually survives like is rarely individuals. It's true it's so it's hard to know what survives nothing I'd tell my graduate students is when they give a seminar. Think about what people in the room will remember five years later. Yeah and they instantly go like nothing's I mean five years from now. So why are you giving the talk. Great advice vice is that as an ordained you remembered in the future. It is an isn't I mean it's it's more fun and interesting to you. Play the game and try to be remembered but it's not something I'm emotionally attached to. I think that's a perfect answer and I think I like perfect answers as the way to end. Grimes thanks so much. The fuck yeah thank you so much for having me cool is there is something that we didn't do. You WanNa do. We could at in or mostly I just like in the the regular press. It's like is there anything any sort of correspondence of this digital avatar idea back into the real world old okay. Let's fanatic backwards finagler. Though I'm I mean I mean one thing we well I don't I don't know if this is quite quite like that. No but now since I'm here I'm going to promote this thing that we're doing it worked in look. It works both ways. I'm very happy to promote this. Is You don't have to think of it. We're letting people in a different audience know about something that is cool. You could call this. The capitalist postscript okay concluding capitalist postscript accused Guardian. Yeah so we're doing a saint called a luxury raving call tree luxury raving at my my brain heard lecturing raving and I'm like towns also. We could definitely have lectures. We could definitely have like lecturing lecturers lecturer's here though okay which is like it's called bio hack. Ha Qe just you know just tm and essentially what it is is like we're GonNa have everyone being inundated with red light like first of Oh I think raving is actually. It was recently someone who sent me an article raving is actually good for your brain and Okay like yeah like dancing and stuff like builds new neural pathways. Good for for but for the one or two listeners who are not ravers Like where where is this going to happen. Like the go-to someplace or is this living room. It's going to happen in Miami and it's going to be we're going to the AI. Meditations there is just a bunch. It's kind of like an art installation of weird like using the medium of of corporate shit to actually just make art that has no value like with an meditations. I don't even know if they're actual wellness is just like I'm using. We're using idea of this. Corporate the corporate structure they were stuck in the corporate world. Now we're stuck in like part of the being on the Internet Electric toothbrushes on my podcast and litter. So sometimes kitty litter. I have two cats and I love them dearly. And of course I'm GonNa Sell Kitty Litter and that's the one thing that I've been average the kitty litter. It's pretty literal. This is a free advertisement for them. They've invented this kitty litter. Where when you're is sick it turns different colors? Oh I actually. I've heard you say this before. Okay I actually love the podcast AD forum because it's so different from other ads and it's like the Casper and stuff offer some that. Just keep coming back. I'm like I don't even know the cassard or mail chimp. Is this just like a comforting phrases. I've heard so many times anyway. We'll cheerful capitalists Tamie Doing lettering. So it's like it's like ads without being able to purchase things it's corporate shit wellness. It's like it's none of it is actually the stuff that actually helps you. It's just like engaging in the act of being inundated with like wellness infrastructure and all this weird shit and it's going to be At a rave. You're being sold stuff that you can't buy yeah and it doesn't necessarily BENEFA- just all because like we're obsessed with us like the definition of art in some sense it's true it's for. We're just like they're trapped in this corporate environment. So how do we make it beautiful like. How do we take because I think like ads? It's like a medium It's just like it's only been used for this one thing but it's like it's a medium that everyone is a you know we look at influences now and they'll do ads. They're not even getting paid because they WANNA look like they're getting paid and they WANNA look click. They're doing ads because people keep catching people doing like fake ads. Because that's like the cultural cachet that's like what's in your wanted. Yes so I'm link I'm like okay well. This is clearly an art form that people are finding with and like emotionally attached to so like. Let's start making it better but you're decontextualizing making us think about it in different way. Yeah we won't have AVOCA perfume counter just you know like just just all this stuff and you can't even buy any of it and is there any like the experience of like products products in corporate in a and in a way that it's super psychedelic..

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"grimes" Discussed on Sean Carroll's Mindscape: Science, Society, Philosophy, Culture, Arts, and Ideas

Sean Carroll's Mindscape: Science, Society, Philosophy, Culture, Arts, and Ideas

14:41 min | 2 years ago

"grimes" Discussed on Sean Carroll's Mindscape: Science, Society, Philosophy, Culture, Arts, and Ideas

"Hello everyone and welcome to the mindscape. PODCAST I'm your host Sean Carroll and today we want to talk about art and reality and and how art in reality are both mediated through technology. Our guest is grimes. The musician slash producer. Who is now? I think known as C. Eh. She's changed her name to see the letter c after the speed of light. which tickles my physicist instincts? But I went by grimes purposes at this podcast because I think that that's the artist artist title on the most recent album that she's come out with. I think the best way to describe. Grimes is work is as someone who produces music both literally as has the producer of her own albums but she writes the music she records the music. She writes the lyrics and she sings in addition to doing all of that production so she says she wants to go down in history as a singer or dancer but as a music producer. And so we're going to learn a little bit about the technique of that you know. I think this is a situation. We're technology has given to a wide number of people the ability to make their own music. You know grime started just by firing up garage band on her Mac doc and going from there her two most recent albums our visions and art angels which were both very popular one a number of awards and things like that and just now. She's come. I'm out with a brand new album. MISANTHROPE assine will explain a excavate the origin of that particular name here in the podcast and a new single so heavy heavy I fell through the earth and I have to say you know I like it. We play actually several clips of the music. Here in the episodes. You'll get to see whether or not it's your kind of thing or not. The grimes is also someone who's very interested in technology and et I and the digital world for its own sake so we talk a little bit about what it means. Means to live and breathe digitally in fact we get the first insight here on this podcast into a new project that she just launched with a new digital digital avatars. Grimes explains that. She wants to really make obvious the fact that who we are in meat space in real life is different than we are online nine so as sort of a ongoing art projects she's going to have literally separate digital Avatar that will be her online persona from now on it's supposed to be an expression expression of something that we all do one way or the other. We're not the same person on twitter or in the comments sections of Youtube as we are in person. So let's let's look at that. This is what art does. It shines a light on different aspects of human life so it was a very fun conversation you know. Grimes is not an academic like many the people I have on the podcast so instead of a bunch of little potted lectures. We actually have a very organic conversation. The digs into some very interesting issues. I think you're gonNA like it also. Don't stop the recording too soon. Because as we reach the natural end point of our conversation we wondered you know. Is there anything more we should talk about. And we ended up keeping talking. So there's it's like a special promo bit at the end of the podcast that you'll want to stay in listen to so let's go grimes. Welcome to the PODCAST..

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"grimes" Discussed on Van Lathan's The Red Pill

Van Lathan's The Red Pill

10:49 min | 2 years ago

"grimes" Discussed on Van Lathan's The Red Pill

"Let me look at this glow forty four years old forty. Four seventy said right so you feel you you. You look at yourself yeah I am. I was the competition that to Joe Biden Pool Party wasn't really I mean especially my age grew. Nobody in my age group and a two piece. Let's start forties killing it but there is also you know you the twenties. I haven't any of outside. Oh my boobs. I haven't had any other work done so just the fact that this is all me right when you walk into a job by the way I was in New York for the book means I see I did not go by the Pool Party. I did not do it and maybe I should have had to focus so the focus so when you go to a place like that and you still have obviously pride in the way you work as a lady. Do you look around and be like Yo. I'm killing these bitches of here. Do you have that thought yeah I do. I do has nothing to do with destroying someone else. It's really just about bigger myself up and being proud of the work I've done to you know not only look like this on the outside but I feel like I look on the inside. You know soon. A lot of plants play a lot of plants the only meat that I still consumed to this day and has a long story behind it but is crab CRA yeah that doesn't that's like not really I know but it is meet technically so you pretty much besides insult crab every now and again you pretty much be. I'm a I'm plant-based. I don't like that where he sounds like a cuss word cuss words but I don't like that way while you've been planned base I've been doing this for four years. It's good like you know. Once you get past you know the dairy once you get past the ice cream and cheese. That's that was the toughest thing for me. Once I got past that it was easy because I really don't care for too much meat anyway and then once I started doing research and learning you know what's inside the meat and what I was eating just made it that much easier to give it up as well so I tried to thing. try to fuck that. I've talked tough you know you I had a headache. You know what it is too because people don't really understand the importance of getting all the vitamins and nutrients is that you still need. You can't just nutty meat like you know you have to eat certain plants. You have to eat certain vitamins certain nutrients. You have to make sure you're getting everything so you're not week. Can Dizzy or you not far day you know with the bubble goods you know because all you do in the Kale Salads like you know you gotta switch it up speaking of I've so I'm I'm so bad I was hoping that I would have my book by the end of this summer but I'm doing a cookbook and it's it's for people that are trying to learn transition to be more plant based and you know and I don't tell y'all niggers crazy don't do this. Cookbook is just to help because people are always like you know I'm try. This is and all I did was erase every day or pasta every day and that's boring and so I've been working on this for four years so I've created a cookbook. What about I think there's forty recipes for people to try. You know to see like the difference in how much easier can be and you know you just incorporate him. You know throughout or we can try it and see how you feel and see you know people. A lot of people do it for weight loss so people do it just to feel better in general lighter you know and change a lot of people. You don't realize how many things are in the food. That's breaking them out that they have acne and skin stuff laying playing yeah yeah and you know part of being plant based is to check yourself out and go get tested of exactly what you're allergic to by now and you know it just makes you look better skin skin glowing. You know you just feel good. I feel good when I eat plants. It just makes me feel so good. What was your favorite plan to probably Alpha Condo. I love Avocados like a lot. I eat them all kinds of ways point. Yes he's not. He's not fully plant based aid in Has I give him baking twice. A year and Bro was fucking. That's sad well like like. When does he get. He's never had dairy. What does he get Bacon again. The New Year this Nigga somewhere right now crossing off days days on a calendar waiting for that piece of Bacon. That's so crazy. I ain't videos at eight and she's out there. She's saying some aid in the back attacking the cat or took you got young king energy yeah energy but he only gets Baker twice a year but he's allowed to eat chicken and he said like last weekday. He's ready to give a chicken. He said you know I think I'm ready to give it up. You know he you know he eats. Vegan plant based predominantly throughout the week so you know I let him eat chicken. Can you know just let him have his first limited heads this year. He doesn't really eat any his personal limit heads yeah. He had his first Dorito last year because Dorito finally may a chip. That doesn't hasn't had dairy in it. What ship is that. This spicy Nacho doesn't have dairy dairy for Doritos. Are you worried that like as soon as he liked goes to college or like you're surrounded this negative walking go berserk if if you can't have a Dorito no no no I've I've. I've I've given him things try. He doesn't like them and it's because he didn't grow up eating them but no no. I like the limited like I've given him. skittles those like starbucks and just smelling them. He gags like he doesn't like the smell of candy and Sweet Potato Pie he does. He vegan you know about it. was the biggest sweet potato swab it. There's no egg. You don't need an egg in your sweet potato pie. I don't know why black people will do that. It's so unnecessary tastes good. It's so unnecessary Assiri we eat eggs because eggs baked cakes and shit you can you could swap it out for so many things but you know. I need just use vegan butter and Vegan butter tastes exactly like regular always I wouldn't even lie. There's nothing else there's nothing else that tastes exactly like the same thing except butter the Vegan but it wasn't was it made up. They use plants. They use a cream like coconut milk. yeah I. I'm going to have to try some promise you. I'm GonNa give you some toast with both butters on promise. You won't be able to tell me Shit. I'm into the cockpit that we like the content that we need is people try and Vegan Shit and being able to tell the difference and smashing your little fucking theory right here because I've been anybody in my whole life. I was nearly four hundred pounds. I know about buddy yeah. I'm saying it's like you know about but at the Geico let me let me ask you this so we'll like you're forty four yes. You're obviously very very youthful looking again. How getting older how does that impact like your view of yourself. Is there ever any time that you think I'm not twenty five or twenty eight or twenty ever anytime to where you're like. What what is what does Meco feel like. She's too old for now well. I'm too old to be going out to clubs more than once a week but you turn up though oh I don't really like clothes I would rather go to a strip club okay and that's excuse away that I like to stimulate my conny for I. I don't WanNA spend five thousand dollars to twenty five hundred dollars on bottles at some club. I the thought out of the stripper help repair bills. They already are strippers. Disturbance know who I am. They come in town though some money aren't. They know that I'm talking about but you know just stuff like that and I just don't want to be in the club on it doesn't it doesn't it doesn't excite me like it used to drinking doesn't excite me like it used to you know. I'm a weed smoker. You know I'm high right. Now I know but you you know every now and then I do like to have a cocktail or two by the pool with my girlfriends. You know what I love the pool of Maya my yes but you know that's I would rather do that whether my friends come over and we get in our little tiny bikinis and take shots about Apu and smoke weed and just you know just have that kind of fun. I'm not going to some club. Give somebody all my money and then they don't even play the music. I want to hear any way you feel like people shouldn't be in the club anymore. No I don't Oh that's he should do with the folk. They feel like they do. Some people. Don't get to live into their fifty. You know sometimes you struggling your whole fucking life trying to get somewhere somewhere and then you finally get there forty eight and you and you can afford to do shit just happened for you. It do it like live however you want. I just so happened have have been in the club since I was sixteen years old party and FRY right here in La with the college in La so you talk about state fade. La also yeah so I've lived in you know and then I'll play ball overseas so I've partied in all different countries different languages different music different drugs let you does. She's seen a lot of shit. What's your thoughts on cocaine. I think it should be legal. You think cocaine should be letting all drugs should be leak okay so they so not specifically cocaine. All Jug should be legal. You cannot be a free society and also drug free cannot be. What's your what's the main reason it's like all drugs should be legal because I think that is an excuse to lock people up you know you you're you're allowing people to drink alcohol and you're making sure you're trusting them to do the right thing with alcohol and why not everything else why you stopping people from their drug of choice like I don't. I don't get the you is. I don't Willie drink like that. Every drug every drug should be legal black tar fucking olive it crank allow it to be one hundred instead of killing us with all this food and is bad pollution. Let people overdose then if that's what they call them you know they went off themselves like this better editing them to hurt somebody else. Do you think is like a public health issue. Though when you know drugs flooding the streets and people use it wasn't when we do the crack epidemic so was the problem I wasn't. They actually use it..

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"grimes" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

03:32 min | 3 years ago

"grimes" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"And also another reason surprise, I thought they were going to do all Rick like when they made this thing that older the last Rick episode or whatever I'll say, oh, so the whole is going to be ready grandma's right Grimes grounds, and it's gonna be really trippy and a big sendoff to Andrew Lincoln. And thank you for his time on the show. I think the show runner would have done it. Yes. Thank you say. Yeah. But they actually included elements that pushed the story along and that kind of ended certain things because even if they would've came back and say next week on the Walking Dead. We're not skip it for six going into the next day. Even if they would have done that I feel like the argument about killing was dead. Agreed. That's how good that writing. That scene was like, we'll have Maggie doesn't have the heart slash she's to petty to kill me at this point. Then nobody's going to do it because she was the one who had the right to do it. And the white would. I mean, there would have been like, well, okay. Other things I like about the features give you can bring people back. Yep. Like may we see why we I think we don't know? Many like maybe we see heath. Yes. My what happening he just washed away and never came back. Right. The twenty four and that was it. And you could also do things like bring people like we we're six years in the future. And now you got sixty. The store you can tell in between that so you're gonna have flashbacks in in and out of that whereas anywhere next appear. You can be like, well, let's tell the story of why. Of how of how Michelle went out looking for Rick and never found him, and we'll just make one hour of like right written. She didn't just give up and move on. It's not it's not cold blooded shit. She looked for him for years, or you can never tell that story and just put it into writing and make us be like, you know, enough people have told her that she needs to give up and move on. And the Rick that we realize she's been pining for Rick and waiting for him to like be alive for years. Now, you know, I just it was so smart, it was so smart like all the rest of the show is it, and I already had some size at the show was getting better with the pacing some of the rioting, and it's hard to clean up a show not seasons. Right. I can still see people. I like this while I'm not recommending the show, the people that are like I don't like it anymore because I can still feel like I still feel like if you really hate this show. Why would it matter today change, it it, wouldn't you know, I saw. People trying to say that this was some type of like our they trick jar. They say they were going to kill Rick, and he didn't die. But I don't think they ever said they just said it was his last episode. They never said if he was going to live or die. I think they've gotten smarter about that like is lying to the audience on purpose. And like Glenn is actually going to die. Salad to that. Yeah. I think they knew the day kind of pissed everybody off with that shit. And I decided like, okay, we're not going to do this. You know, let's go ahead and take it down a notch. So yeah, man. I cannot be more excited. I. I can't wait to see future. Everybody years from now like this TV show, it just kind of budget and money should do gotta take chances shit other shows on news. Yeah. What do you have the little black room for Trump? What do you have to lose? But not I do. I'm glad that they did this. All right..

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"grimes" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

Post Show Recaps

05:51 min | 3 years ago

"grimes" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

"The Walking Dead season nine episode five is over. But we're just getting started on the walking post show a recap here on post show recaps. And now here the people who are ready to talk about what's your wound? I'm rob cicirino here with just glazed, Jessica, how are you? Rob. I've just been standing by patiently waiting while everything goes to hell all around me Grady tape, get back up on the patient horse. This horse was so easily spooked that it the rue Rick Grimes who has ridden a horse before right off onto the rebar yet every single time. The zombie heard approaches is it a hurdle horde. And I think it's a heard they call it hurt on the show. Okay. Either way either way zombie never walks away the horse. What is Ari? He was like look. I'm sorry. I held on the rebar. I'm hanging out. Now, I'm going to be a good horse clean feed me to this ambi- heard. Okay. Jess so much to talk about here tonight. Because what a swerve this all was because that four fifty fifty five minutes that everything was sort of going according to plan. Rick Grimes touching tribute. We see some surprising faces. We got the C Shane we saw Herschel. We got to see Sasha was going to say. Michael. We got the see Sasha. No carl. That was weird. No Carl that being said, so everything sort of going, according to what we thought Rick leading be heard slash hor to the bridge. And then even though the bridge was his big project is big infrastructure project. He blew it up with dynamite. Okay. And you know that was that. But I did think it was odd that we got a, you know, Jada says here in this episode, Maggie and Neagh in is one thing. But I'm like, why are we even seeing Jade is tonight? Shouldn't just be an all Rick Grimes episode and Jade is off doing something on the I've got I've got a here. It's not a trick. Who cares who cares with JD's? And then Jess the most Walking Dead thing. That's ever happened happened. There was a dumpster hiding in plain sight a garbage copter of sorts a dumpster. Copper. We're copter. Dumpster copter was flying around the waiting land and pull Rick under the dumpster and Rick crimes is not dead. He knew he wouldn't be dead. No. I didn't know that. Who knew that? Who knew that? It's rare Andrew Lincoln's final episode. This is it he's leaving this show. Okay. That's it nine seasons new beginning. And I was here for it. I was ready to go nothing against Rick Grimes, nothing again, Andrew Lincoln. But it was a finally something is going to happen here. We are. We're actually going to do something. And we're gonna make a big change in shake things up on the Walking Dead only to find out just and and please stop me. If I if I'm going up, I'm not even letting you get a word in yet. But. And then we'll talk about the the flash forward, which I think is very interesting. But then I turned on this talking dead, and Chris Hardwick is they're talking with Scott Gimpo. And what what does Scott Gimpo have to say about this? Chris what's going on grinds? What's gonna what's happening even said his all trick? Oh, what's what's what's new and Scott cupolas? No. We have some exciting news. We this was the last episode of the Walking Dead for Rick Grimes, but we're very excited to announce we are going to start making Walking Dead movies with Rick Grimes who wanted this. So we're going to tell stories about characters that are dead characters that are alive stories from the future. We're going to tell we're going to tell stories in all different ways, you know, everything that you hate. About Star Wars. Now, we're going to do that with the lucky. You know, rob? When I for the call to this podcast with you tonight, and you came in to the call at eleven. Okay. This is going to be an easy night for me because I'm just gonna wind. Who wants Walking Dead movies with Rick Grimes by himself? Rick Grimes is just like a castaway scenarios. It just going to be like Rick Grimes talking to a volley to Rick in Jada JD's on the road. This is a movie what's the movie, what's the movie there aches played? What is being what is an a I guess because I guess so thinking about a different letter for this..

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"grimes" Discussed on The Ziglar Show

The Ziglar Show

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"grimes" Discussed on The Ziglar Show

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"grimes" Discussed on The Vergecast

The Vergecast

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"grimes" Discussed on The Vergecast

"One clearly written by grimes because it almost makes an enormous amount of sense and then doesn't just like most of crimes is there i'm down to have this conversation but we're gonna start shooting on grounds i'm walking to say that's why the power for music is like it's just in bigamous enough so that that's right and then our own andrew j hawkins replied at at mr musk calling him a quote media bathing trump figure andy said must continues to slow transformation into a media baiting trump figure screaming irrationally about fake news hope it works out for you dude exclamation point and i think andy may have been being sarcastic there if there's one thing you should take away from this conversation it's just never ever be sarcastic on twitter and if you must be sarcastic on twitter then just make a video for for me to be sarcastic on twitter disease a lot of exclamation points to help it's like i'm screaming but internally i kinda like it when people misunderstand what i'm saying miller everybody all right you you're just like everyone just assumes your show casting yeah i mean it's to the point now we're all saving very sincere in someone assumes it's sarcasm that's probably bad for me longterm but you know if if i decided to stop being sarcastic on twitter frankly i wouldn't have a lot to tweet about so i don't know sarcasm is funded just kind of like puncture the the craziness every once in a while but anyway we're we're sort of getting off track from this war that andy started yeah he did start a war because he started a war so so after he tweets this thing the hope it works out for you dude must respond with thought you'd say that anytime anyone criticizes the media the media the media shrieks you're just like trump what do you think he got elected in the first place because no one believes you anymore you lost your credibility a long time ago and then and then this was probably where it sort of went to absolute crazy town musk tweets problem is journals are under constant pressure to get max clicks.

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"grimes" Discussed on Who? Weekly

Who? Weekly

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"grimes" Discussed on Who? Weekly

"You mean gain like jolly jolly very jolly this very very jolly automous okay let's move on we've talked about tope calendar for speaking of things we got eight billion calls about he'll weekly it's harry can't sleep because glenn's musk's gating i'm sure that you're getting a million calls up as enough she kind of makes sense though because grimes is definitely gonna try to live on mars as soon as possible so like dating you on the really good way to get a step ahead of everyone i'm like living on mars and maybe having your conscious transportat will robot so sad though grimes definitely like j them and like a real world who right yeah in ilan musket just like a fucking nightmare all right good form bella thorne by our country on top oh i love that it's transitioned to all right lon referring to referring to grind us gay gay them and real world who and guess nightmares really perfect to it like it really like gives your worldview it really like really like secures your world through so who is who has grimes we want to start by doing both of them we've never talked about grime somehow we never talked about her doesn't really do anything that like who we or whatever but she is and i wouldn't even call her like who in general maybe this is the fertile that's been she's very low key that's i think what people are losing it because she's typically very low key she's very like she's an artist and very like real sense of the word which takes very seriously liver ours.

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"grimes" Discussed on The PHP: Perez Hilton Podcast

The PHP: Perez Hilton Podcast

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"grimes" Discussed on The PHP: Perez Hilton Podcast

"Okay just made up that rule somebody's met your boyfriend or girlfriend and you haven't been dating longer than four weeks elon musk was there with grimes the singer you know her okay yeah that's like an unusual pairing i read that he found her online or on twitter twitter pages reached out to her what's interesting though what am asking this to you because i don't really have an answer i don't think maybe i do not i don't know if i have an answer what does it say about alon musk that lately he's only been wanting to date famous women i think when anybody obtains a level status and he's a level you got admit i mean he's eat on musk i think you're going to at least put your toe in the celebrity pool for a little while to see what it's about and grimes by the way is hardly a celebrity she's not even a celebrity in the music industry she's not that's offense to her i mean if you ask anyone who grimes his i mean you and me know a lot about music and that's why we know but the average even music podcast listener has probably never heard of her before so if i got that kind of fame it'd be it would be really weird if i didn't at least try to date a couple of famous people just to see what it's like it's luring when you see someone that's a musician or a tv star or a movie star it's there's a specialist to it and you know why not check it out i don't think it says anything about him i says i think it says that he's normal.

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