19 Burst results for "Hadden"
"hadden" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left
"hadden" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left
"Going to the FBI in exchange for a lighter sentence before nineteen ninety nine was over. Hadn't Clarke had been found found guilty of the murder of Michelle door as well. Thank God I mean that you just devastated so many people. Yeah did his folks in such like a fancy lady way to where huge schooling. I never should kill her. A never should've killed her. But now what's done is done. And that's in the past and now we're focusing on the president Mike this. This new brewers have of hamburger this mill. Just need to get it a type of gray so now the only reason from what we know for sure if that hadn't Clark murdered Michelle Door Scuz- hadn't gave the FBI the location of her body but after a second conviction hadn't started dangling A few more bodies but he would only show the cops were. The bodies were buried. If they agreed to two conditions one Jesus had to come along Aka his cellmate. John True I mean what God this fucking guy. 'cause you know he probably thought like great. He's going to go search for the bodies he's going to be gone for a while back. I need my roommate to hang out with a minivan van. Oh my the other condition the cops had to buy him a wig. panty raw a skirt and a sweater. Otherwise nobody's nobody's so a guy that looked like Jesus a serial killer dressed in ladies clothing bought from K.. Mart and a couple of cops started traipsing around the northeast and they'd always stop at Burger King for lunch. Oh no no kidding. When you order for me I wanNA Walker no bond but with everything on it? I just want the patty with the top really both true it at the kind of did it to fuck with the guys because hadn't hated it because Burger King wouldn't serve him raw beef. Oh we didn't like that and true. It was a vegetarian. Oh that'd be impossible Korea but there were no more bodies to be found. Some sites hadn't took them to had been paved over by strip malls while the landscape of Shifting Beach Dunes on his grandfather's property in Cape Cod had changed so much the locating the same spot from years before four was absolutely impossible. We said the bodies were never important him because he never visited the bodies afterwards so he said that he had remembers of where his treasures were all of his trophies but the bodies could kind of come and go yeah and he also said that he was kind of in a few state so in a way I sort of buy it like a sort of by that he he did kill people but he couldn't remember exactly where the bodies were because again all their young beginning organized but the way describes it. He'd go back in the van and he would just be liked childlike like. I'm sorry I didn't mean a waste. Everybody's time I wanted to good for every body I don't WanNa put you out on wild goose chase or anything. Yeah well you're about to go to jail. I hope you have your Buck Creek Gary from from from the interrogation yeah honestly I just I wanNA thank you so much this but cream you got for me. Yeah got you got you so nice you like it. Yeah honestly I love the scent and I love. I love what it's doing for my but it's like added years of course everywhere that had and Clark went the local newt. The local news crew always followed along in interviewed the local yokels. You've got to put that on the six o'clock news. Not just something something incredible. This is juice this is a gold mine. One doddering old woman who has asked about the Clark family unhelpfully said mashed o'clock used to have avenue lovely garden adding Clark and his brother. They they played there. They were the grandchildren. Thank you old. Lady Rick Steve. But one thing they did find was hadn't hadn't box of treasures. Oh it was right where he said it would be and when investigators opened it they found over two hundred pieces of women's jewelry. Regan side including Laura hotlinks class rain. So we don't know if these were from victims but they could also cause remember he he stole purses from a bunch of little old ladies choir practice you know he was absolutely a thief he stole a bunch of jewelry from From Penny hotline could also be murder trophies at least some of them. We don't know we'll never know so hadn't Clark still to this day. Sits in prison isn't eaten. Moldy Food and filling up toilets while loudly singing church hymns and a nasal falsetto. And that is where and probably how hadden in. Clark will one day die. Whoa he's also a marcus had a chance to show us? Some of his drawings maintains he's like a real George W Bush killer loves to draw you know and you know what they say about hadn't Clark. Yeah if he spends his whole day like eating a bunch of sludge and making a area. If you do what you love you never work a day in your never work a day in your life. This is one of those guys. Jail is actually something that I think is not bad enough for him. Yeah because he's fine with it. I feel like he is fine with just needed. He needed to be in concrete square. Yeah he's away from us. Yeah no absolutely really no. That's that's definitely the best. Yep Yeah all right everyone there it is hadn't Clark I want to thank everyone for the great response to this series because this is is one of the heavy hitters a lot of folks hadn't heard about and so it's so great when Y'all do it you do a deep dive into the brains of madness deep and able able to find someone as compelling as hand Clark that isn't as famous as so many other we're going to keep the hits common got a Lotta Shit coming up. We've got the next week. We got a relaxed fit surprise and delight you and then after. I think we're going to have a little weird weird in love it weird and we got some huge planned for episode four hundred hundred four hundred hundred around this. I long time but with the side stories were at like almost four. T seventy eighty my God henry still a guest on the show. I'm still not getting paid all right. Everyone thank you all so much For listening again we are going to be in the Pacific northeast very very soon Atlantic Northeast Pacific is in the West. The North East Atlantic Northeast Pacific Northeast. We will be there Very excited for we got Portland Maine on November Twenty First Northampton Massachusetts on November Twenty Second Buffalo New York on November. Twenty third then in December. WE'RE DOING TORONTO DETROIT. And Columbus on the fifth sixth.
"hadden" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left
"A beautiful online presence and run your business no matter what you want. A website for squarespace can help need a website to schedule. Your covens get togethers. squarespace has beautiful templates created by world-class designers in their a free and secure hosting nothing patch. Upgrade ever makes it easy for anyone have a website no matter how tech savvy are nita spot online grow your business and sale your wares. I recommend squarespace. We here at last podcast network use squarespace for our website and March side and squarespace makes everything super user friendly and easy with scores whereas based on your own domain and promote your business with their powerful ECOMMERCE functionality. That makes it easy to sell anything online squares. Based gives you the power to customize the look I can feel the settings the products and more just a few clicks and squarespace has just launched email campaigns. They're all in one platform makes it easy to unify your brand voice from your homepage. Homepage to your emails with customizable. Layouts for message in mobile editing you can send emails out anytime. Anyplace and everything on squarespace has always optimized for mobile right out of the box built in search optimization and analytics help you grow in real time and if you ever had any questions or concerns there twenty four seven award. Winning Customer Summer Service team is here to help had squarespace dot com slash last pod for a free trial. And when you're ready to launch use the code last pod to save ten percent off your first purchase of a website or domain everyone loves getting personalized gifts and it doesn't get more than a DNA kit during earns is holiday season gives a DNA gift visible to give a health plus ancestry from twenty three onto me with twenty three and me. You'll get more than one hundred fifty personalized traumatic reports including insights into health. Now with more than fifteen hundred geographic regions tourney threw me is the most comprehensive ancestry breaks down also market so holidays. Holidays are all about family and was twenty. Three in means news automatic family tree builder. It's easier than ever to share your results with everyone. That's the shanks giving table Glenn Beyond Cut your twenty three and me kit for fifty percents off all November long. That's only nine thousand nine hundred dollars all your health. Plus Ancestry Kit. Twenty twenty three and me dot com slash left that is the number to three and me dot com slash L. E. F. T. off. Ah The police called in hadn't for questioning so hadn't figured it probably be best to toss the pillowcase out. The window in the United Methodist Hazardous Church parking lot. Get rid of it before you go and talk to the police but the problem was hands alibi for the murder was that he'd spent the night and the United Methodist Church parking lot. I I didn't think that through. You know what it is about about Hatton Clark. He's not a real detail oriented guys not. He's a real cross. These not Oughta real cross the T.'s. Dot The got a guy. That's interesting most chefs actually are. Yeah Yeah So. The cops took a canine unit out to the church in found the pillowcase almost immediately immediately along with a cash a women's clothing that all belong to penny. Then Laura's room. They found a wig hair on her brush and that hair matched a wig wig found at hadn't campsite but right now. This is all circumstantial because it happens over at the house a lot. He might have just gone into a room and used your brush little bit. None of this proves murder immediately Meanwhile as the cops were closing in on Hatton he drove to Cape Cod on Halloween night. Komo dug up his father's gray. It's kind of awesome. The idea like it's very symbolic which is what we find a lot of times zero killers that have very deep mental illness. Kind of like Richard Jason. where it all kind of comes back to some weird inner world yeah? That's the thing about paranoid schizophrenia. Safina's that it's Seeing patterns that aren't there right but it's not easy to be digging graves digging up graves did he. Out- longwood stuff like doesn't anyone notice that he has to take multiple hours to dig up a grave right. Yeah six feet down. But that's the thing is that you know some cemeteries people might not go. Oh there for days on end in especially if you're going there in the middle of the night I mean doing go to a graveyard in digging up a grave on Halloween night now. That's risky because you've got teenagers. And a Lotta and lot of golf thrill seekers. According to hadn't he was at his father's grave for both his trophies and the skeleton of Sarah Pryor once had retrieved the trophy offi box and the skeleton. He said he put Laura's class ring inside took both the box and the skeleton to his grandparents estate on Cape Cod and buried them in separate locations and while hadn't was allegedly doing all this. The forensics team found hadn't Clark's fingerprint on the bloody pillowcase. On November remember sixth nineteen. ninety-two hadn't Clark was finally arrested for murder. Oh my but hadn't Clark's interrogation rivals. The Mark Twitchell case in terms of its pure fucking goofiness Oh although this one is much much dirtier than the star wars conversations for stations. That twitchell had yeah. Yeah he walked in there and he is. I saw one piece of footage of him inside the interrogation room and the only way it could say I could see why he always has problems because he has no concept of personal space. He does this thing that I saw him do several times walking in and out of the cops thing which I don't know if you've ever dealt with this in your life it's kind of like a stupid Alpha move that some stupid Bros.. Will do well. They'll like try to get as close to your chest as humanly either. Cross you in in a hallway or collected as they walk around you. Where did you split post themselves up? Deepened your personal space. How'd you Clark due to the cops watching who's ever times as these can't cuff cuff? He presses his chest up against them and they're forced like back up like each time. We're is it's very strange. He's a very. He's just very conflict based raced him be a UFC weigh-in for example or a boxing match. Yeah you're trying to assert dominance. It's all peacocking right first. Detectives detectives brought in. Hadn't Clark's teddy bear. Because they knew that the Teddy Bear Manohla Hatton. Oh my God teddy bear. What and what do they do they do? Oh well they have they been unstuffy me. We're going to the police station. I'd love that they asked Hadden to quote. Let the bad hat in out. They try to be nice at first. They tried treating them like a child but they got absolutely nothing so they left the room but the left in the teddy bear. Yup they let them the teddy bear. The talk to an uh-huh when hadden was alone in the interrogation room with Justice Teddy Bear. He seriously turned to his toy and said quote. Oh not getting out of this one one. I don't think you doing both the voices talking to this Teddy Bear and singing his church champ. Yeah yeah he's just singing them like rocking back and forth singing this little light of mine in this horrible horrible Nissan. Ooh jeeze when the cops came back. Things got a little Blue Ho. They started by pushing into hadn't hadn't sex life hardened dirty asked him if he'd ever fucked penny fucked penny you'd better fucked a dead body if he'd ever fucked animals particularly dogs eggs like we some kind of dog fucker. You Fuck dogs no no. I'm a dog murderer then they got even dirtier they asked him if if he had sex with his mother or his sister then they got a possible abuse in his past asking quote. We abused by Big Bull. You took took the men's room and fucked you. What cops are these bad ones? But alas the only thing hadn't Clark would say was his lawyers name Donald Donald Salesman Donald Salesman in fact when they asked Donald. Is that what you're saying. Donald salesman this. That hadn't Clark is a lot. Got More clever than he leads on. All these people thinking that he no he knows when he goes into the box. You just say your lawyers name over and over again in fact when they asked him what he was into sexually actually he just drawl he said I'm in adults altman. Donald Saul he turned into character from pose. uh-huh goodness then the detective from the Michelle door case entered the scene to see if he could catch any luck where the other ones had failed. He asked questions. He spat and Clark's face. Ace and then he attacked the Goddamn Teddy Bear. Teddy bear in one.
"hadden" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left
"When she'd ask them to dig a hole every single time he do it it would at least be at least two to three times bigger than she asked it to him like. He's digging gray. Well it's that's extra work. He's putting in more work now. She didn't notice when some of her jewellery underwear went missing but when hadn't started taking garden tools she confronted him actually hadn't got pissed off off freaked out so penny felt bad and continued helping him but it all came to a head when pennies daughter Laura came to live in the house and hadn't started started getting Jealous O.. C. Penny was supposed to be Hadden's mother and with Laura Round Penny wasn't paying much attention to Hatton. There's something about about this thing for me is very frightening but the idea that you have this like this man shows up because I understand my. My mom went through a period of time with the AD. Like this handyman Lee Man. That was around all the time. That was just like a guy and it's just like he's just in and out of the house so the implicitly trust him I was like I don't know you don't need this fucking guy. He just found him literally in. The yellow pages is back in the day. WHO's this guy hanging around local? He was fine then he died of heart attack on our front lawn really dropped. No no kidding. Tell us this that a man died in your front yard. Yeah he just collapsed. Because it's not inside the house what you do i. We buried him in the backyard. We have him up with a bunch. I we know separate ligaments and we boiled his teeth. We'd ever need to know. We just got picked up by ambulance. I've never her. I don't think the vast majority of people listening nor marcus than I have ever. Anyone in our yard. Yeah he got psychologically murdered by my mom I believe he was actually very as we. What I'm saying is that imagine this you from college and your and you have to deal with your mom mean like we have somebody? Did something a little different about the house and I want you to know. We've we've hired somebody that it's going to help a lot and we're but in the end we're helping him and then it's hadn't Clark. It is a gangly psychopath again. reeks of his own. Diarrhea is digging graves outside. When HADDEN'S MIND LAURA had to go on October Fourteenth Nineteen 1892 hadn't went to a local hardware store and bought two rolls of duct tape and two kinds of rope writing a check for twenty one dollars and thirteen cents with the name name? Laura printed in the memo four days later while penny was on vacation hadn't drove his truck to penthouse and parked outside around midnight wearing a women's wig pennies underwear and women's flats paired with a ladies' Blouse Tan slacks and a woman's trenchcoat and on his chest or so hadn't says was silver pen of a winged wood nymph supposedly taken from his very first female victim killed almost twenty years before four. Oh my God. He also carried his grandfather's rifle and when he went into the House and entered Laura's room he used that rifle to nudge. Laura awake and when she woke up he asked her why she was in his bed wearing his clothes. About how frightening metis your own. Your shows up in a wig fully dressed as a woman weeks opened a dead so with a gun in your face. It's like why are you being me. Yeah why are you trying to be mean. That's my my bad. These are my clothes and Laura was just too afraid to talk. So hadn't said tell me I'm Laura just kept saying it over. Tell me I'm Laura. Tell me Liane Laura. And when she finally said Your Laura hadn't took her to the bathroom and forced her to take a bath now has original plan was to take her out to his campsite to show her in his words the Real Hatton but as he was covering her mouth with duct tape he got excited and couldn't stop so he kept wrapping being more and more tape around her face covering her mouth that her nose and then her is pretty soon laura suffocated to death after she died hadn't cut the tape off her face and sliced open her neck in the process. He tried taking our earrings but when one proved too stubborn hadn't took his scissors observers and chopped off the year low Jeez however even though hadn't admits to sitting there for an hour afterward fondling her breasts he insists he did not rape her nor did he cannibalize her in any way but he did use her brush to style his wig before he left one. One must be presentable. I guess so my God so at three. AM hadn't wrapped Laura's body in a sheet and carry it out out to the truck. Then he came back and gathered up all the blood soaked evidence including the sheet the mattress the pad and the pillowcase. Along with a few of lowest personal autumn's it was eight. AM by the time hadn't left the house and while a neighbor's housekeeper did see hadn't leave. Haddon was still dressed as a woman and the housekeeper housekeeper. who didn't know the hotlines that well assumed it was Laura? There's a lot of experts that wanted to say hadn't did this so that he could leave. Surreptitiously Syrup Syrup tissue from the House and people would think it's Laura but I think it's the opposite. I think that if we founders the otherwise is what he does believe that when he puts on clothes we put puts on women's clothes he becomes. Kristen was at night. Bluh Bluh Bluh. He becomes Kristen Bluefin which means then he's out for murder so it's weird. It's almost almost like he's put on his costume and it's become a more adult version of himself. It's a criminal costume because you know you also wore that. When he saw all the purses I it it is is alter-ego and that's also kind of a way to remove a little bit of blame from himself shirt oats on me doing it? It's kristen doing all salute now. Laura's whereas disappearance was noticed right away in her boyfriend Warren went out searching the moment she didn't show up for work eventually. He came across Hatton. who was out just driving around Warren waved hadn't down and asked if he'd seen Laura but hadn't just sped away did a u-turn damn near rammed warrants car? No one thought thought this was strange behavior but again local character that such away with warm brushed it off but later mentioned it to the police. Meanwhile the close call with Warren reminded. Hatton I gotta get land. That body was Kinda start doing the to do list so he crossed the highway next to his campsite and dug a grave three feet deep and seven feet long than covered the gravesite with tree branches in brush and just one plastic bird. Nice kind of spread. This is very thanksgiving. You think about this when I go to macy's later But it wasn't deep enough. By springtime Laura's risk feet would begin to protrude from the ground pushed up by the heavy be rain and animals would work further to disinter the body. But just after the body was buried hadn't drove to Rhode Island and stash the evidence in a rented rented storage space. The only thing he kept on his person was the pillow case which served as his personal trophy now. This time around the investigation was focused based solely on hadn't Clark especially after one detective remembered Hadden's name from the Michelle door case. 'cause you know they had them in there and they're pretty certain. It's called Carl door. But they're watching this maniac and they're like he's GonNa be guilty of something and I think this is six years later right. Why five or six years after the Michelle dormer if your name continually comes up regarding murders? It's probably like an indication bad. Yeah sign is usually hopefully in life. You don't don't even ever get your name brought up when it comes to murder. Yeah and then if it is it's mostly just because like they saw you like took a picture you eat pizza like outside the building they just use the whole court to sort of like attack. How New York pizzas changing? There is some good pizza here. Well the police thank you. For Defending New York pizza is Erin no one else will Williamsburg. It's the best pizza. Its political. Best Pizzas Franklin Pizza. Here in green point is my favorite. I mean squared. I Love Triangle car minds. Pizza Triangle is not good. I like try and go try and go try and go. I thought it was a Russian front this episode. There's also brought to you by squarespace from online stores and websites to analytics and marketing tools. squarespace is the all in one platform to build.
"hadden" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left
"Truck. Nothing to see here and he was doing this while wearing ladies clothing. ooh Wow we also sleep with teddy bear. Yeah cuddled up in women's clothing sleeping with teddy bear. which is I mean again in cool? Yeah you can do that early. And when the Green Coat Haddon was wearing got stuck on something and had was trying to get it free. The COPS ABSO- Haddon was carrying a handgun. No he was he was in. He had slacks a blouse. No idea audience copay trying to be fancy lady for wasn't my life fun wig everything and when they patted him down further her purse holding an ID that did not belong to Hatton dropped out of his pocket upon her searching. Hadn't struck the cops found wallets from fifteen additional women and Sierra later that day hadn't had wandered into the local United Methodist Church during choir practice and rob the choir blind in he had done this S. dressed as a highly conspicuous woman. Yeah Jeez he just goes in with his loose wig on like I mean say what you will. He could've. Would it put a little bit more time to his presentation. Did he even have a mere. I don't know I mean you could look into the palm like narcissist when you went wig half a skew a dirty river water so dress on and weird ass flats and he probably founded a trash hand. Dan and stolen from people's house he he just went. I just imagining him. Going through all of the pews just been skewed. Excuse me looking for my purse. It just hit one note for us so oh that saying well. This time hadn't dig get at least a little bit of jail time okay. Forty five days forty I five days so this is the most amount of jail up to this point. Yeah but he didn't really mind it because it was winter. Time and forty five days in jail. Beat forty five days out in the tint. I believe that but after hadn't got out of jail he decided to sort of rebrand himself as a local character. Oh since his his career as a chef was pretty much over hadn't started taking odd jobs around town rollerblading everywhere and naming himself the rock bill bill rocket when he was in his get up the only way I could describe it as it. He looked like if I'm joined US Special Olympics hockey team I mean I could see zipping around though he had to Washington Capitals Jersey that he had a uniform it was like he had the little tiny shorts rollerblades Washington. Capel's Apple's uniform and a big dumb helmets helmet dangerous person bleeding around with the much of bagels in it yourself a favor. Google image had Clark is quite entertaining but the only regular jobs hadn't got was as an overnight bagel roller at the local. What's a Bagel? What's a Bagel okay? You can't name a restaurant if in the title of Your restaurant you are you. Are you confessing. You don't know what the Food and can't go. What a Bagel restaurant with the first thing you see is what's Bay but when hadn't wasn't at the Bagel shop doing odd jobs or hanging out in the woods who's usually at his his local bar? He was a bit of Barfly but usually stuck to sodas and coffee. He loved going to a bar called the malt shop which was directly only above. A restaurant called the Danson craft grab see this place within walking distance of all the local the TV stations. Ben Actually believe like this would probably be your Rockville Maryland. Local okay because it was within walking distance to all of the local. TV stations is that not all the local news crews would pop in for a Burger and beer after the six and eleven o'clock broadcasts right. I'm just so stressed out about talking of of but car accidents. Yeah it's just been a really high. That is really hard. Can I have your pussy and hadn't would make regular Chitchat with all the local anchors and weathermen so that's cute but this is what the fucking Alanon and then you you speak with them because I'm certain that they were all said and at some point they're like that's the local bagels delivery boy. He's mentally handicapped like they're all like he's a special boy and so at the time you just think he's gone. Oh his so nice to meet everybody and you're just so excited to meet him 'cause you're a local anchorwoman or anchorman. You want to be you want to be nice to the little okay ours. Television Vision News personalities are funny because I got to meet Steve Kornacki at the pack watching the packers game and I was like Mr Kornak yeah. I'm a big fan of your analyst. Work Sir on MSNBC. And and then. I forced him to take a picture with me and he was like scared US l.. You hadn't Clark what that was. A huge man was going to do. I didn't find with a person I couldn't pick them out of a lineup. I don't know who has a degree in political science so that is definitely talk to log. And then he's like nausea games now former to sit with me. No Man I get it like you know when I was living in Lubbock excited when I saw Abner Uresti at the movie theater Peter who boy Abner Uresti was one of the better. dookie sports announcers out there. You invented the Catheter. He was a news anchor for Kacie. Kacie B D C Abner at the story. Like when you see the weatherman. Have you guys. I mean you guys have lived in a town about two hundred thousand in Tampa Bharti when you see the local weather guy or the news anchor. It's exciting yeah that is right. I call that earlier no arm. Our weather local weatherman. I forget I think Eric Stone from Tampa. He was constantly harassed by old people because he was always wrong about the fucking weather Florida and it changes which is so fast and so especially at hurricane. And he's like I'm just sick in God damn tired of people giving the attitude yelled at my father and a elevator. The father was working security is having Clark like he was charming enough during this time period to talk his his way into sleeping with the bar made a couple of times just out of control and he didn't go to her place see hadn't wasn't a take a look and do all you mark. He was he was not terrible defying and he was in the pictures when he's dressed dressed up as Kirsten as Kristen Bluefin. Yeah he's terrifying quote this New Yorker article the way describe it. His his features are sharp and the expression is the expression in. His eyes is often abstracted and medicine. Yeah but you know the constant rollerblading and and all the pound water diarrhea make some end spelt. He's got the tough strong ties. Oh Yeah he looks like it just like a less. If Rao Julia at the the end with cancer he looks like he's big bulging. Eyes veins. Think you looks like an in shape. Steve Bush also like I said did he was able to make it to the. Va Hospital every few days for shower me every once in a while barmaid would ride. And hadn't Datsun. Some truck out to Hans Tent for quick. In the woods a quickie I want to speak with this barmaid. I WanNa know what this barmaids thinking because honestly amping. It's not like camping. Go Fuck a man and his car which is all full of stolen panties dookie so teddy bear and him going Hopi lack studio apartment. That's got some river walk in my lips. It'd be like you know there's a lot of people didn't understand I'm like I do. He's something special and he goes down on me. It's almost like he doesn't like it. Yeah I believe it. But another person who showed hadn't a kindness would come to greatly regret it Penny Hot Ling hired hadn't Clark as a gardener through a homeless outreach program named Bethesda cares even though Haddon and still had about forty thousand dollars in the Bank C. Penny was a psychotherapist and she knew how to deal with Hatton. 'cause hadn't was just as mentally unbalanced as he'd ever ever been it. Sounds like it's this fucking Richard Dreyfuss Shit from What Bob What about Bob believes I can helium? Meanwhile he's zip back and forth. I've killed many people. Yeah but you can only do so much. She treated them Nice because she did him a kindness. I hadn't started a pretend. Like penny was his mother. Oh yeah replacement. But apparently he was not a very good gardener according to reports.
"hadden" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left
"A horror movie. Eventually Jeff came down and explain the situation telling the daycare workers that hadn't was quote elisas Retarded Funchal and with that had stranded nickname came back into his life. This is this morning McCloy moment. Yeah it really is. What sense someone calling like when you call all my chicken flips out? We'll see hadn't hated the nickname his father give him as a child more than anything and when Elisa hurt her father using it she started using it as well. uh-huh so hadn't blamed Eliza for the return of the nickname and decided to take revenge enj- but he didn't do it by hurting Elisa physically instead he murdered one of elisas friend sued. This is so crazy. We'll he's very. I mean obviously very sick. But it's weird how he can kind of transfer because his head. This makes total sense. Like I'm GonNa do this. Everybody's getting get this message that I'm sending and also they just let him go in the House alone too because he showed back up literally to you. Just pack up Bishop. You're like all right. We're going to give you several hours alone in our home so you can pack up all your things which was what his teddy bear. A bunch of stolen pay any like. He's got his helmet a lot. There's a lot in. Yeah on the day. That had came to Jeff's house to get the last of his stuff he he was approached by a six year old girl named Michelle door. Who dropped by to see? If ally's it was home of the house was totally empty. So hadn't decided in that that moment to kill the little girl as revenge for someone calling him a mean name. Jeez and he told Michelle that Elisa was upstairs us. Michelle walked inside and went up to elisas room while hadn't went out to his truck in grabbed a twelve inch butcher knife. ooh from his culinary toolbox. Goodness US now armed. He walked up the stairs to elisas room to find Michelle plan with elisas dolls without a word hadn't through her to the floor and before she had had a chance to even scream hadn't slashed her across the chest. Left to right then down. Then right to left carving zee on her torso after cutting her. He put his hand over her mouth to keep her from screaming. But the little girl fought back and bit down. Hard now. Angry hadn't ended the girl's life by by thrusting the butcher knife into her throat sending blood spurting across the room Afterwards he went to the truck. Grab some cleaning supplies in a Duffel bag and and quickly cleared the room of any and all evidence so thoroughly that nobody even suspected that anything had gone awry while hadn't was there alone which is no easy easy theme being able to clean up an entire person's amount of blood that came spreading out wants to slash. Somebody's throats really intense. You have a very interesting theory. 'cause a lot of people that say that hadn't Clark this is why this might not have been his first murder because of that well he actually had some notable look how to dispose of a body and I say it's. It's actually not my theory. It is my wife's there. Wow Yeah yeah. I would assume that takes practice. Well that's the thing in discussing this particular case with Carolina. She came up with a different possibility besides the possibility that Hadden Hadden Clark and murder. Before okay remember hadn't Clark was a trained chef. Who'd at one of the finest culinary institute in the entire country and from what Caroliina tells me me of her days as a professional the number one rule in the kitchen? Is You gotTa Keep Your station clean. That's true and of course the number one culinary school in the country. McDonald's McDonald's university they are the best that's very true. That's why I hated working at Wendy's because I had this manager but if you lean you clean it's like what if I don't. That's the second time you've brought that up brought up that manager in like a month. I don't like her about her a lot and also again just the idea. Have you whole king insulted by the French. Just like it always scares me. Just you as Michael Myers. Real version of Michael Myers. The car was very nice. Well it is possible. That hadn't Clark's training as a chef gave him the skills he needed it to quickly clean up blood in in effect. Turn over the crime. Scene is of someone told him the Health Inspector was common. This is a great commercial for the CIA. Like serial killer maid service. Let's get it done. We got rooms to sell but either way after cleaning up the scene hadn't stuff the body in a Duffel bag and and carried it out to his truck. He then drove to a construction site cleaned up his hand wound and rode his bike to work at the Chevy Chase Country Club. Yeah you know you going. They're looking for a golf game. And all you find is nothing but trouble but I feel like the witches music from wizard of Oz is playing right bicycle tickle. The murder of Michelle door occurred at around one PM and hadn't Clark clocked in at the country club at two forty six ex-pm you imagine his fucking evil goofball as a bus boy at the country club. I mean he wasn't a bus boy he was in the kitchen. Cue was yeah honestly he is just kind of like bill. Murray I yeah. He was not a busboy. At any point like the the lowest he would go. is solid proper but he was always in the kitchen. Prep Persona but Michelle's father father. Carl door didn't go looking for his daughter until about six o'clock that evening. The reason why Carl door didn't go over to the house before before them was because he said he suspected Jeff Clarke of being homosexual and for some reason. This made Carl uncomfortable enough to stay. Stay away from the House for way too long guys. I will say this I have done a lot of work on a lot of research on this this mission. The deep on the Internet is true if you go into a homosexual man's house there it's called Mana fumes laughing really and you might get enough beard particles inside of you that you you might. I turn gay. But despite his weird Homophobia Carl door is still a massively tragic figure in this story. See Carl was no more stable than anyone no one else wrapped up in all this and Carl's erratic behavior made him the number one suspect his daughter's disappearance for years and there was some evidence to backup this assumption. At least at first see Carl was going through a nasty divorce and he had openly threatened to kidnap Michelle from his. Ex Wife. Didi just a few months. It's before okay. That's not a good idea. No no but while the cops were interrogating Carl. After he reported the disappearance of his daughter hadn't was finishing finishing up his shift at the country. Club says yes. I hadn't table thirteen. Says their steak is fully. It looks as if you've licked it the steak and you know what's funny is that's the one I didn't let that one. Yeah I'll let him know. All the other states have been linked in that one safe have to eat. After hadn't got off work. He drove to a nearby park outside of town. Found an isolated ravine in started digging a grave using using a ceremonial silver shovel that his grandfather had once used to break ground at the white plains. macy's I think. A lot of these commemorative shovels have been used to dig graves. Think so as well then once hadn't got deep enough he started to lower the body into the whole but suddenly he felt an uncontrollable urge to drink the little girl's blood. It's just out of nowhere. I guess he had drinking the bowl blood. Before the bulb laudable there was a cannibal his brother was capable. It's just right in there with the breast and the and the grill there. Yeah I mean there's something about the Clark family that cannibalism is a part of their DNA almost as so he did it. What do you do? Do you bringing a straw. Like what happens. I don't want us any of these plastic straws. I don't want the turtle the Dino I guess I'll just fucking hole in. We don't really know how exactly he did it. We just know that he did it or actually we know that. He said he did it. We don't know for sure if you did. It might be another and might be another serial zero killer just trying to make everybody in the room feel weird but now he's he says that he did it and then once he had enough he buried the body and drove away so he just like patented stomach. Like oh.
Winners and Losers of the Democratic Debate
"The Democratic Party is trying to figure out who it is during these presidential primary debates the big it's the big highlights that you see we'll go through some of them it's all the Sniping Amy Klobuchar and Liz Warren and Kamala Harris get some shots in their Liz worn the people going after Elizabeth Warren then you've got booed edge in Baidoa going after each other and that's all very interesting the central fact of the debate is that Biden is falling apart his polling is collapsing his ability to stand on stage is collapsing Bernie Sanders had a heart attack a week and a half ago he seemed much much more lucid and vibrant and energetic than Joe Biden did and to our knowledge Joe Biden hasn't had any heart attacks this was all about your and he just he was saying things that didn't make a lot of sense he was kind of losing his train of thought he was pushing different analogies together it just didn't and buyer confidence that this is the guy at one point biden was explaining his economic plans and he said he was gonna he was gonNA stop people from clipping coupons in the stock market get what I've talked about is how you get things done and the way to get things done is take a look at the tax code right now the idea we have to start rewarding work just wealth I would eliminate the capital gains tax that would raise the capital gains tax to the highest rate of thirty nine point five percent I would double it because guess what why in God's name should someone who's clipping coupons in the stock market make in fact pay a lower tax rate than someone who in fact is like I said a schoolteacher and a firefighter it's ridiculous and they pay a lower tax so none of that is true nothing he said even comes close to approaching truth to be I don't even know how you judge the truth value of the statement clipping coupons in the stock market because people do not clear up coupons in this I guess they would be really just really good frugal stockbrokers if they clipped like if there were some coupon to get a better price on some mm some portion of a company doesn't make any sense I think what he was trying to say is people gambling in the stock market that's that's a frequent analogy you hear from the left and that it's unfair the people who are gambling are paying lower tax rate than their secretaries this is aligned Warren Buffett's used this line it just isn't true it is not true at all where does it come from it's because the capital gains tax rate is lower than the income tax rate for some people actually eat for people Oh who you know if you're talking about your secretary you're talking about the you know the janitor is paying more higher tax rate than the the stockbroker or the on manager of that perhaps isn't isn't true anyway even on the income tax rate but what happens is for a lot of people work in finance they get a salary but then they get most of their money as a bonus or in when you're talking about the millionaire billionaire class they're paying capital gains on the or paying capital gains taxes on their investment income so you're not even talking about bonuses you're not talking about income you talk about money that's in the market that's investments and then the money that you make out of those investments you pay a lower tax rate even on that that is money that has already been taxed at the corporate level so even that argument is not true but y the way this gets interpreted is that billionaires are paying less money in taxes than their secretaries that is never that's not even close to true the wealthy in this country pay virtually all of the taxes the top ten percent pay the vast majority of taxes in this country top one percent pay a lion share of taxes in this country I mean the half of the country doesn't pay any taxes at all in terms of federal income taxes so this whole argument is bogus the problem with Biden is not that he's making a bogus argument everybody was up there said he wasn't even making the argument well and he was confusing his words and then here's the knockout punch they brought up Ukraine Anderson Cooper brings up Ukraine and Joe Biden incredibly lies on camera again and says he never discussed Ukraine with us President Yeah as you've said your son Hunter today gave an interview admitted that he made a mistake and showed poor judgment by serving on the board in Ukraine and did you make a mistake by letting him you're the point person on Ukraine at the time if you can answer book my son statement speaks for itself I did my job never discussed a single thing with my son about anything having to do with their crane known is indicated I have we've always kept everything separate even when my son was the attorney general of the state works we never discussed the there'd be no potential conflict okay there's a lot of confusion here first of all he says he's doubling down on a statement that he made that no one his ever suggested that Joe Biden talked with Ukraine or talked with his son about Ukraine and there's no evidence of that at all the trouble is someone has suggested that the person who suggested that was Hunter Biden in a New Yorker profile in July and he actually reiterated that statement on good morning Arca on ABC News two days ago did you and your father ever discuss you know as I said only time was after news count it wasn't a discussion in any way there's no to this no we never did what hold on hold on you say did you ever discuss Ukraine he goes no just one time there was one time we I'll shoot they told me not to say that no there's no but we didn't we wasn't even a discussion sure we said something he said something we were talking about it but that's not I wouldn't call that a discussion it was more of a discourse it was more of a Colo Que- it was next question place past next question Joe Biden even in his answer by the way he says we never talked about Ukraine even when my son was the attorney general of Delaware that's not the sun we're talking about joe his Sun Beau Biden his late son Bo Biden was the attorney general of Delaware the son who was on the Ukrainian Energy Board was Hunter Biden and hundred says he did talk about it and Hunter Biden goes on because good morning America their credit actually pushed him on it. There's an old saying you didn't talk about it then you're saying you did talk about it by the way what were you doing on the board in the first place that I hope you know what you're doing doing I said I do and that was literally the discussion why because my dad was vice president United States there's literally nothing as young man or as a full grown adult that my father in some way has not influence over as it does not serve either one of us when he said I hope you know what you're doing what did he think you were doing well he read the press reports that I joined the board of reasonable which was eight Ukrainian natural gas company and there's been a lot of misinformation Shen about me not about my dad nobody buys at but advises idea that I was unqualified to be on the board what were your qualifications to be on the border berries I was sharing with the board Amtrak for five years I was the chairman of the board of the UN World Food Program I was a lawyer for boies Schiller flexner one of the most prestigious law firms in the world didn't have any extensive knowledge about natural gas or Ukraine itself though no but I think that I had as much as anybody else that was on the board for yeah this is this is not going well for Hunter Biden because he's right he probably didn't have any less knowledge than anyone else on the board this is a crooked board that's what really anti boards are certainly an oligarch countries like Ukraine when and corrupt countries like Ukraine they say what previous experience did you have what qualified you to be on the board of this Ukrainian energy company while you're while your father was vice president as well I was on the board of Amtrak you know that other company that has a relationship to the federal government that my father famously travels on so much that they call him Amtrak Joe Yeah it was on that so what are you calling me a nepotistic for and before that I was on another board and hey look I did have one real job I worked for boies Schiller which is maybe the most famous democratic lobbying law firm in the country okay all right doesn't acquit himself very well here so biden collapses on stage in real time two ways to respond to this for the Democratic Party and for the candidates they can either remain hardline progressives or they can try to take Bernie Haddens place in the moderate lane because the moderate lane now is falling apart so there is an opening here I was wondering I thought why on Earth was the Lgbtq townhall on Friday what was the purpose of this and then it occurred to me people were tweeting about this they had that LGBTQ crazy town town all on Friday because then it allowed the Democrats to look more moderate at this debate just a week later less than a week later while we're having to discuss any of the LGBT issues in the pronouns and the genders so there was a real opening and I think the Democratic Party tried to try to make sure it looked in opening four moderate now some candidates can't take that Bernie Sanders is never going to be a moderate he went full bore leftist last night he said on the collectivist issue Parekh Salon climate change you said it's the greatest threat that the planet has ever faced this planet faces the greatest threat in its history from climate change and the green new deal that I have advocated will create up to twenty million jobs as we move away from fossil fuel energy efficiency and sustainable energy all right the weather which may or may not increase in temperatures slightly a little bit over the next century he is the greatest threat the planet has ever faced says Bernie Sanders the man who probably never heard of the Cretaceous Paleo gene mass extinction event three quarters of it wiped out he probably hasn't heard of that one so he's just it's a little historical ignorance for him that's the far left that's about as far left as you go with Bernie Sanders Baidoa Rourke so trying to play into that left Lane Betas campaign is falling apart I mean there's pretty much no reason should be at this debate anymore and so he's he's been trying to signal that he's as left as they come over the past few months this is after a career where he played himself off mostly as a moderate in Congress and so he obviously doesn't believe in anything but he felt leftism was going to bring them all the way it looks like that's not gonna work so he's one last tries going to say that we're going to undermine the second amendment he's GonNa take away all your guns go door to door take them all away how exactly are you going to force people to give up their weapons you don't even know who has those weapons look we're GonNa make sure the the priority is saving the lives of our fellow Americans I think almost everyone on this stage agrees that it's not right and as president would seek to ban the sale of fifteens and AK47's those are weapons of war they were designed to kill people effectively efficiently on a battlefield to be clear exactly how are you going to take away
Ron Rivera takes over defensive play-calling for Panthers
"Rivera's gonna take over the play calling and defense defensively and fires. A secondary guy and a defensive line coach today. So she's there you go. I mean, you know, a team six and four and then they lose to in her own six and seven. That's what happens when you find out. Your tide was a twenty eighteen eagles. You start fire coaches. I guess. Yeah. Eight eight seventy nine nine hundred ninety four. Let's talk to Mike on Hadden township. Mike, you're on wwl pay. Hey, good afternoon, guys. I really didn't have anything to say about you today job at that explanation of why you don't like grandma got run over to fight a reindeer Sar thing. I think it's a stupid song. I mean, it's.
"hadden" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"And you need to be able to support fit in um is the after effects of their much more altruistic less material x which all these things that really are wonderful attribute sometimes can become problematic if you're a young couple and you know the husband and wife is head and then d e and no longer really cares much about material things are money in their spouse is all about material things and money that's going to be a problem nn so so it it can be difficult um and many of the times um you just don't know one of the most difficult areas is too many times children in other people have a crisis it could be a clinical crisis they have an experience but they don't remember anything about it they have no knowledge of having and then the but over time they figure out that they have all these the after effects they thought they were just strange and you know come to find out say probably hadden and the but just still remember the circumstances so they can go through a long time of just feeling very strange and having these he's weird afteraffects in them really it's uh just normal aftereffects fight you don't remember the exact experience and that makes it difficult steel and i and i thought it was fascinating the list that you share on on the website is increased sensitivity to medications i mean that's why tuiti i always tell theod we again it really is difficult because it could be either way it could be that they need only a tiny bit of medication and only um four they're going to need more or the other thing is you feel what of people who have temperatures much lower in ninety six is your normal temperature well there might be ninety six and so when you go to a dr in your temperature is ninety nine new are very sick and then they don't understand that because your normal temperatures ninety six success in and so there are a lot of yes physiological ones um and psychological once the uh in the feeling of love and um understanding in finding a purpose that then they are laser focused on doing that and it is.
"hadden" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"And you need to be able to support fit and um is the after effects of their much more altruistic less material x which all these things that really are wonderful attribute sometimes can become problematic if you're a young couple and you know the husband and wife is head and then the e and no longer really cares much about material things are money in their spouse is all about material things some money that's going to be a problem nn soul so it it can be difficult um and many of the times um you just don't know one of the most difficult areas is too many times children and other people have a crisis it could be a clinical crisis they have an experience but they don't remember anything about it they have no knowledge of having an nd but over time they figure out that they have all these the after effects they thought they were just strange and you know come to find out they probably hadden and the but just don't remember the circumstances so you know they can go through a long time of just feeling very strange and having these he's weird aftereffects and really it's uh just normal aftereffects fight you don't remember the exact experience and that makes it difficult steel and i and i thought it was fascinating the list that you share on on the website is increased sensitivity to medications seventeen that's why to a t i always healthy again it really is difficult because it could be either way it could be that they need only a tiny bit of medication and only um four they're gonna need more or the other thing is you feel watt of people who have temperatures much lower in 98 six is your normal temperature well there might be ninety fix and so when you go to a dr in your temperature is ninety nine new are very sick and then they don't understand that because your normal temperatures ninety six success and and so there are a lot of yes physiological ones um and psychological ones that um in the feeling of love and um understanding and finding a purpose that then they laser focused on doing that and it is.
"hadden" Discussed on WJR 760
"Off eight five nine zero wjr we're going to talk at tim from highland hadden township how you doing jim they are under okay thanks very much uh what's going on hey you know i've got a contract that i was out here uh building building company told me to get somebody out here take a look at my rough because they don't think my worthless leaking oh i did m the way he fouled was sure the roofs that leaking but the problem when he was inspecting the rough was that the shingles were nailed high what are the associations with a high kneeled schiegl uh does that affect the roof's integrity to shed water does it breakdown the uh the potential years uh uh integrity for the rough i mean exactly how is a highly kneeled shingle affect a rough for watershed for watershed at all it shouldn't for watershed at all it isn't it that things installed properly watershed should be moved nowin said no now only accepted to that that can and i remedial lee thinking you know when they're dale high then though to shingle is far more likely to lift in a heavy wind and also manufactures typically specify that you nail in the seal strip which minimises the afternoon for water to leak through that shingle are round the nail penetration so author nail high they're not in the seal stripped so they may not sell seal either and i always drives me crazy when i hear about this problem because someone who doesn't know what they're doing can point the gun to hit the seals have and this happens more than that i mean not lot of play people get this problem as i gotta day on saturday he announced as the years about it what do you know kind of shingle they have on their uh it's a certainty if the uh a three tab dimensional such a good legal it had good shingle but the problem is is that they didn't use the.
"hadden" Discussed on WINS 1010
"Jeff hour thousands of american women are taking to the streets in over two hundred cities to be part of his second annual march for women's rights our own carol the arias spoke with some attending the new york march it's a collection of women that reaches far and wide stem came alone others kate with their wives or husbands some had their small children in tow linda gainer leaned on her walker as she explained her point isn't anti republican and fourth anti slowing its anti and 10yearold eb flower of west chester proudly carried her a sign which said girls place is in diverse this and what does that mean us girls have the power to take action he said it's time for the president to leave a white house care all the uri attended winds with the women on west sixty a street after the rally wraps up the march will move down six th avenue later this afternoon wins news time one thirty one from the ram trucks traffic center here's russ meyer it's going to be a tough go on the east side of land hadden salvanto on the river dr delays kick in at one thirty beth and continue on the fdr on down towards ninety six north and south as a tough go from the 72nd up the ninety six street as well also the women's march going on in manhattan means a closure of central part and west that is blocked off to an eighty six then columbus circle and six avenue shut down between fifty nine th and forty third along with the number of the side streets blocked off between the 40s and seventy four th street now as well also and new jersey a crash on seventeen south causing delays independent avenue left lane is closed the backup those two lynnwood avenue every air for brian on our tend to have win winds traffic tip line reminding us up the closure on route seven this is over the hackensack river bridge which connects jersey city in kearney at is blocked off both ways right through the weekend with traffic being detour that some fish house road in toward one in nine here's what you need to know about bridges and tunnels a crash quickly cleared from the inbound gwb heading for the lower level by the tolls it's about ten minutes in only fifteen if that at the lincoln tunnel.
"hadden" Discussed on WVNJ 1160 AM
"The information talk radio review and the big stories the honorable mentioned before and analysts put too much time on that but crummy who's one of the three of us at the boys club this weekend hadden joe crummy doug stephane the rise of bitcoin and things in the financial markets the bullishness of the as yet by the way have you ever understood either one of you that if screen a bull in a bear the bear market the bull market and why then are just say upmarket downmarket air with bull in bear come polish berry i don't know why why the bear isn't bullish the i mean a pair scares me just as much as a bull does now's but are not bullish holds don't scare me at all because i'm on the farm but the bulls around all the time we certainly deal with lots of bull on this program so i'm not afraid of that but bears yet bears so what is it what does it mean that bullish his good and bear is bad right bullish is good bears bad correct and i don't know why the bears pat i understand the bullish mixite so joe you play around a lot in the market you buy any bitcoin this year i've got my mustsell audio so here so i uh after a reboot again uh can't hear anything i let's keep going than originally bungu among any among we may have laboured joe on the phone the the stories that intrigued me this year uh we're not about president trump were not about the investigation the me to movement i think from my perspective now he is the number one item of the year and you look around at some of the things matter of fact if i were looking ahead ricci and i wanted to have things continue keeps speaking out the silence breakers that's how they were referred to by p ripe sexual harassment has no place in our society i think you keep i want up some people say doesn't have an amended does happen to men but all these women who keep saying you need to keep your hands you yourself your tongue beer of'self your body parts keeping to yourself so harvey and mario and mad at a whole john charlie and louis and kevin than all.
"hadden" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast
"Because i just would never have done them one is an eye and look i you know you can say i i oh my career to myself i've worked really hard but if joe rogin hadden said you need to tell it machine story on stage i wouldn't tom i talked about this the other day out of never toro stage had i never toro stage i remember you tell now my fucking accent showed yarmur do now and and i would have never told it i would have never toro stage it would have never told roma special it would have never gone viral evident would never sold tickets that that is that is uh rogin smitis dude he youth nobody just east joe all he is is a guy with good intentions yeah he doesn't he doesn't have bad intentions for a younger comics he wants the best for you the other one he said was and is he's done this to me twice is it this joke i didn't even be i don't even knows a joke but some guy we were doing that new material room and they were like hey what's so i go give me and i do me a topic and they're like airstrike break and then i go easily gam frank and helen killed with the same person and it gets a laugh i go no series and i tell the bit joe joe bulls me silajdzic that better be in your act and i'm like now it's not i literally was out of never put it my act so so i think comics are often the last person who knows what she go in iraq yeah it'll kira probably is like no no almost see that for me when she doesn't know that she doesn't know that and by the way she is right the first ten time she tells it outages got away and and but but like kira is a lot like me and you and i think sometimes.
"hadden" Discussed on The Woj Pod
"Standard for what leadership is and yet as sort of spurs disciples go off into the world he could be the standard but it's you know you realize there's only one tim duncan and no one else can be that he may is good of a team it is is the leaks had hadden is that a challenge early of your definition of what a franchise guy should be what a great team may should be but everybody's the same and other guys have different personalities but they're still core things that are just important and we can't win without him that you learn from being around tim manu is that a challenge in trying to incorporate it in a different place because they're not the same people will it's it's true and in that the aaron lies lifelike worn are all sort of wired the same way and trying to take the good in pupil and put that good in a position where they can influence and succeed and also taken the things that need work and you know admitting them in trying to grow people you know i think the when shut talking about leadership with banner jo we always talk about e e you know you you you can't sorta lose before you win and losing means just the standards of high you act you know and just the promptness of professionalism in time and those peripheral things that that's why we all respect whoever we respect everybody down deep wants to be coached hard they want to be made to show up on time they want a system that has lauren order people make cringe avodados squirm have been down deep they wanna feel a part of that and i feel you know as as coach of the team that's always on my mind in so growing these guys with that vision line in that spirit you know whether you tim duncan or kkob brian or joel embiid you know take who you are it's it's it's kollwitz fine and let me coach them and let me steer them with.
"hadden" Discussed on NewsRadio1620
"The left has tried to make this somehow trump's benghazi which makes no sense there is no lie about a videotape trump didn't send them there the hadden asked for more security or more anything that trump somehow denied so this this is the furthest thing from being done dji but just like with maria in puerto rico the left tried to make maria trump's katrina that didn't stick they've tried to make some lawyer hoax about russian collusion stick it hasn't and now it's falling in the lap of barack obama hillary clinton and bill clinton they tried to make some sort of white supremacy stick there is no proof of it and the president has every single time rebuked david the kkk white supremacy every single time for some lie that he didn't but he did they try to make him a misogynist although some of the highest positions in his company are held by women so ah what they're trying to do doesn't make sense it doesn't stick never left like like deliver was billy bob within backdraft was that too bad what it was fang backdraft and what did you call it slivers the whole verse liver sliver it was the sliver building i think in that area flatliners flat line using that yeah that's what it said logo was a moore's law is also cindy crawford hang on hang on who's the whole of the the whole deal was that though the hated each other or something in the movie but they they had a make out jumble of reach of dad awkward lydia la your company crawford it lou out fair game by at low is that what is called in at that a very good movie but she was hot as hell so you know when it will be came out i had i had to take a look yeah okay so it's game yeah gang i didn't know what to do with the premise was yes white it.
"hadden" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Would have been a real problem that they gave him an extra striking he it went out of the park i would would out there and just by jockstrap i mean honestly incurs graenitz into me as hadden ruin ice career quality guy high class individual hiking to individual ruinous player but having the night did he was having did that really surprise you that he punched out even with that four strike now so that's kind of a concern ali did not have a great night our radio to now great night although he had when the other night in this day robert seventy that guy had dialed up worked up until last night but again daybreak think they're going to run the table and sweep i didn't think so nor do they have to i'm in great the cubs showed up showed some hard showed some pride there are former seiyung award winner pitch like it last night bullpen showed some grit great night on three games to one corset in roll over and die there the defending world champions they weren't going to get swept and the dodgers were knock in a run the table so i'm not surprised granny at a bad night he had a bad night but that's no need or the national review to call him granny man because his last he came during world war two they're going to be fine the cubs still have to go through clayton kershaw rich he'll and you darvish to win this series aint happening don't start selling me some all four red sox story line that's not happening all the cubs did was forced the dodgers to sleep another night in that town they need to just show up drive a stake through them finish it get to rest that they of earned set the rotation up and get ready to play for their first world championship in thirty years the cubs lived to fight one more day and nothing else they still have to do occur shot tonight and then rich yale and then you darvish wade davis made forty eight pitches last night he's not going tonight so if they're look of their bullpen a bail them out that's not happening either one eight hundred six three six eight.
"hadden" Discussed on WSJ What's News
"Joining us from chicago to talk about blue apron's financial report is wall street journal reporter heather hadden heather i get the impression that blue apron is experiencing growing pains as a five year old company it open one fulfillment center but a closed a distribution center and it's suffer delays in launching new products yeah protection tran preparing your curtailment and our firm and older juan uh in uh deters aid to endure widen which accompany blay wall significantly help to increase it offering um o x trying to launch new products to attract and retain customers but the process of opening that state of the art facility is involves so executives on the earnings call today did acknowledge that it did much more complex and laborious and timeconsuming than they had expected add more expensive so there's a lot of money that they're having to put in two training their workforce to use the new facility in the new technology in the facility at what they're doing that it mean that workers are not doing dared normal jobs because they having to be trained so they did acknowledge that heirs costs associated with that the company had also really hope to vastly expanded its product offerings during this quarter they weren't able to do that to their liking because with this new facility and getting it up to speed those were some of the challenges they acknowledge today blue apron is regarded as one of the most successful companies into space but hasn't the popularity of milk kits become a double edged sword especially as rivals like amazoncom movin yes so when blue apron start in twenty 12 there with no competition this space 1030 and a lot of other or niche players that have offered their own type of vis meal kit services subscription services but grocery stores and amazon half caught wind that this is really a growth area for consumers and i've started offering their own so uh big grocery stores such as kroeger and public in florida have started casting their own meal kits.
"hadden" Discussed on Sawbones: A Marital Tour of Misguided Medicine
"They thought they were smart enough to figure it out so you start to see the psychiatrist one was samuel hadden who's a psychiatrist in pennsylvania who began bringing groups of gay men to gather who were seeking conversion people who because of the oppressive society they were living in felt that they were wrong inherently as as people began to seek out these doctors to help them in the sky truck bring them together to like share an interpreters dreams uh talk about their feelings and what he considered their neuroses and he talked about how at over time they would begin to cast aside their flamboyant clothes and mannerisms and they would get married to women firm an there you go out with the close very warm start with the close you're cool close that love rabah y'all all allwheel of rigged as the please take those off and go get married a woman married to a woman of step to doesn't matter which woman guys that's the way it works over here for straight has picked the first one we see go for it uh there were other psychiatrists who joined this kind of belief that if we just talked to people you know we could kind of account for that whatever caused them to be gay that there was that thought that something in their pass something in their psychological history would give you a clue as to what caused this and then you could you a quote unquote thickset sokaiya trysts at sukardi's and bieber.