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Culture Cults Week
"This week's theme comes to us from Sean Abraham Preston and is called culture colts. Here's why Sean chose this theme. He writes. Hi. I'm Sean Abraham Preston and the theme I chose is culture. Cults Chose the theme because I'm fascinated with Howard devotion to new cultural ideals can cross over into spirituality in the worship of other people oftentimes with dark consequences. Were especially vulnerable to this when we're searching for meaning in Tumultuous Times of change. Like twenty twenty, for example. Here, are the episodes chosen by Sean for this week's theme along with short descriptions of each episode. The first one comes to us from the podcast strangers and is called the sun the Goddess Leopoldo. It's forty six minutes long. Here's the description. Born in a coven of lesbian witches in a Haight Ashbury commune after the fall of Saigon Young Joshua Safran soon hit the open road with his single mother and things only got stranger from there. A. Word of warning this story contained some disturbing moments. The next episode comes to us from. You must remember this is called Charles Manson's Hollywood part three, the beach boys, Dennis Wilson and Charles Manson Songwriter. It's forty seven minutes long. Here's the description. In this episode, we'll talk about Charlie Manson's arrival in Los Angeles. We'll discuss Dennis Wilson's life and the role he played in enabling Manson's rock and roll delusions, and we'll explain how the beach boys came to record a song written by Charles Manson. The next episode comes to us from friends of the friend called the beautiful cripple part one. It's forty nine minutes long. Marilyn Manson fan and a Silicon Valley's tech, Colt Cross paths in an adventure that ends in supernatural sex and murder. The next episode comes to us from Decoder Ring and is called the basement affair. It's forty three minutes long. Here's the description. What are the real reasons people go on reality? TV. This episode follows the story of an Hirsch and Kathy Nardone two women cast on VH1's Frank. The entertainer in a basement affair a show about an adult man looking for love while living in his parent's basement. How did one performance artists and one accidental performance artists make it onto the show and how did they behave once they made it their. Their story highlights the ways that reality television distorts narratives, obscures intentions, and stereotypes women, yet it's still irresistible to audiences and performers like. The last episode of the week comes to us from invisible era and is called the end of empathy. It's fifty two minutes long. Here's the description. In. Is a show that runs on empathy we believe in it, but are we right? In this episode, we'll let you decide. We tell you the same story twice in order to examine the questions who deserves our empathy and is there a wrong way to empathize? Those are the episodes chosen by Sean for this week's theme Culture Colts.
talkin' 'bout Our Generation
"Those of you who are already part of the talking about our generation family. Welcome back for those of you or a new to our podcast. Welcome. This podcast is all about connections sharing caring communicating aimed at baby boomers me those of us born between nineteen, forty, six and nineteen, sixty four. We're about remembering who we were and what we've accomplished in what all that means. Today right now 'cause that conversation is really important. We launched last year on the fiftieth anniversary of Woodstock because that was an event that had a major influence on our generation. So we started with a series called the woodstock roads which are conversations with people who made woodstock happened, and who created that amazing magical woodstock spirit that still lives on in many of us today. Soon. We'll be airing our fifty first anniversary of Woodstock episode and we have a very special guest in store for you. We'll talk about that later in this episode but right now we invite you to listen in on our conversation with Lisa Law. Lisa has been a photographer since the days of Haight Ashbury probably even before that and she was also part of the hog farm that was responsible for feeding nearly two hundred thousand woodstock attendees. If. There is one word I would use to describe. Lisa, it's driven. If these were the days of the old West and we were heading from east to California. I would want Lisa driving the lead wagon in the wagon train. Join me now in my conversation with Lisa. You started documenting events in movements with your camera way before Woodstock back in the Christie Minstrel days the love ends in San, Francisco and Haight Ashbury. You were the witness. Through your is, we got to see a lot of the life from those times in the sixties and not just the musicians but the culture, the things that you covered were are conic I- I documented. Every part of my life and I was really lucky to be at the right place at the right time. I was there for the commune's for the. Haight Ashbury for Woodstock monory pop I just happened to be at the right place at the right time with her husband and while I was traveling around in my hippy bus. We have this big giant hippy bus fixed up in the second Alec I still drive it today. It's out of my driveway. I was able to have a dark room in the bus so I was always printing developing and. I was able to. Share those with other people and I felt it was important to show her how beautiful the hippies were in what their ideas were back to the land and natural childbirth eating good food and recycling, and all those values that are so important today were started in sixties. So let's talk about the hog was the hog farm commune. Farm is a Commun-. Of like people that chipped in and did. Helped up with a work. Great. The Hog farmers still commune. Have A ranch up in late in Ville. and. They still run campaign rainbow with Wavy gravy and Johanna Raw. Their commune lasted because. They. Really worked at. Her cat show there the they went to woodstock. got. What happened was? Wavy was. Living. Down at the bottom of this tale in Tonga with his wife and the pranksters with can Keesey came. And they stayed overnight with him. They were in the bus in the morning the owner said, get out all these people. And just at that point, there was a Fellow up the hill ahead a hog farm. And he had a heart attack. And he asked them if they would come up and slop hogs. So the whole group of. Wavy in his few people and then the pranksters all went up to the top of the mountain there and slop hogs. Okay. So they had some shacks they build some marsh actually had two buses that we're living in the buses and they all they would go out and get jobs. In comeback bring the money and they all live community
Miss Mercy Shares Stories From Her Days in the GTOs
"Is my second bout with Ms Mercy here on Pamela Durbars podcast and we're GonNa talk about some things. We didn't get to talk talk about last time we Manley spoke about the GTO's last time. Okay and so this time I WanNa talk about you know your history you know when did did you start getting into rock and roll in a huge way. My mother was into it in the fifties. She was had all sun records and just traveling because my father was a gambler and he was always GonNa Cement. Shoes promised to anyway cement shoes for those of you. I didn't quite understand that. Cement shoes promised to him gambling money so we were every race. Track was all all over from Florida to Dallas Seattle to San Mateo. I keep going back to wherever there's always a race track right there here you know and I would hear all sorts of music actually country roots and blues things and all that stuff. It wasn't even Rockin roller who is basically music all kinds of all kinds all kinds. But but when you even that terrible stuff that that awful stoplight lords as well okay. That was pretty awful. Really terrible parade are your hip. Parade wasn't too bad. There was some decent recent things on that. Name me one why. How much is that Doggie in the window? That's how much you say it. It was cute okay. She doesn't like it. Okay so I'm GonNa try to hear walking the dog saying you I know you would. That was a good segue mercy from Doggie in the window to walk in the dog. CRIPES say Segue segue way. What does that mean like? I know what it means. Okay okay so when you were like fifteen years or so though. Oh something changed right now. Twelve twelve twelve. What happened at twelve? Tammy show how was Tammy show. We're about fifteen. That's why Taylor penelas very confused about my life because at fifteen hours all also in Haight Ashbury. Yeah I was almost in Haight Ashbury. It must have been the end of fifty okay and ms been the beginning of fifteen came out yes the AM. I it's A. It's a American music. I don't know what it all means. Either maize show. Ed blended all blit everybody from this stones. The animals Jan and Dean on their actually on their sidewalk surfing was really skateboard. report that there were hosting. Yep were it's an incredible show you can find. James Brown was so great on that. Show that the stones than even WanNa follow him they had so many people on that show is just. I don't even know how it was allowed to get out. Because it was an interracial thing and at that time things were very racial. Yeah yeah I know it's a very important thing and I remember it real well too of course because I was a stone's freak of course yes We spoke a lot about them on the last time. We had this wonderful experience together. Yes we did so after that. Okay when when did you actually decide. Okay I WANNA meet the people playing this music. God It just so you know there was Tom Donahue Kyi anyway. is ever Cisco well. Here's just always in San Mateo okay. But the bow Brembos came down so I wanna the followed them and and and also you have to realize it. Tom Donahue started of FM radio. Oh he didn't he's inventor of FM radio and he was your favorite Dj. Ajay listen to law now so I was Casal at the same time they were friends. Wow I was not so but okay. What made you know people always want to know what is a groupie really? And how does it begin Groupie so for some reason you decided. Okay I'm going to meet the Beau Brummel 's I mean well actually. I did decide that they actually walked into a restaurant. While he's there is my mother at the mall and they're they came walking in. Yeah how'd you know it was them or you could help. Always nobody looks like that in San Mateo. Okay so and and now he's Tom Donahue's group by the way what do you mean. That was his group. He Made Bobo Group assignment of you know nothing about Tom. Donahue Oh my God you. The people who need to know about Tom Tom Donohue he was a big very heavy set. Dude but There was. He's a began to look it up. FM radio he's one okay so you were lucky to have to be able to hear that. That young yes. I was when he started running on those long albums. But I wanted to go back to uh-huh Brummel so when you saw them walking the mall having lunch with your mom what did you see my mom. I was did inch. Did you say okay mom. I'M GONNA go meet those guys no. I don't I don't know if I met them but I did. They came back doc and got in trouble for being because I was underage for being at their gig. I remember They played Sarah Jail. And how'd you meet them. I just followed John Around. He was drummer. John Peterson. A photo lost it. You followed him around and the and then I got in trouble for being you know under Asian Asian conform around anymore. Okay and what happened next. I mean I've followed the stones is a Sacramento with my high school girlfriends. I'm as fifteen. That is a one. Were we were in Sacramento Keith. Got Electrocuted we. Oh no shoot patty in the bell bluebells. That had I sold my heart to the junk man out over the rainbow. I Love I sold my heart to the junk man because I really did so. Anyway I was with my my One of my high school friends had moved up there with her family. And so we were in a car moved up where Sacramento. Okay Sacramento you went all right them. Okay Anyway Oy so. We went to the stones concert and then suddenly Keith gets elected you did and goes like five feet off the ground and Dan you witness that they shut the curtains so I said let's go so we all jammed out of there and got in the car and the car came out of the garage garage. I believe and We follow that car which had the stones in it all the stones down the freeway everyday then. They stopped at a gas station and change into another car. And we follow that car. And I can't do a little bungalow. Oh Hotel and motel and We got out and we pass where Mick wise and you could hear him kind of like pacing and really upset about of course keys was in the hands of the ambulance police. I have heard stories I have. I heard rumors not gonNA verified him because I was there the big beat him up. I'm not sure who beat him up. Please on that yeah yeah. I'm not sure but there was. That's what they did might have. You know. There's a threat to them. Yeah so then we. We went to this other room which happened to be Brian. Jones grow knocked on the doors open so we just walked in. I earth three was going to his suitcase looking to close at that time. I was really interested in insects that I was really ever interested as sex anyway but anyway yeah I know I know that about you for a few ties. It three times a happened but that was good anyway so he was. You're going to a suitcases. Your cases and Charlie watches in there because he had lost his key or didn't have a key to get his his apartment. We sat there and just watch them and Brian Jones is one of my favorite in the world. Was He. Okay at that point were you offend fanatic of his like he became later or did that hell is being. Yeah they're Kinda you know too seriously. Want her it. Wasn't it in as off that I would have been probably a little later. Okay in other words it I just was cool. It was just kind of cool so then we got an eating asses leave. I don't think but we laughed APPS and that was one of my first encounters. Yeah well so you hung out with Brian and Charlie at age fifteen yes. That's pretty amazing.
"haight ashbury" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"That are iconic for reasons that you don't even realize and that that happens to be one of my me that story about being able to ride a bike across the Golden Gate Bridge I I think it's a the perfect example of the things that you don't understand you don't realize that are there until you actually get out here and you're like you can you can do that that they have this is a thank you note and can do a lot of other people are doing it with you exactly because they're they're all if it's going to be one of those once in a lifetime moment take advantage of those little moments in life take advantage of it snapshots in time two other things on the bike ride writing in the Haight Ashbury which of course was ground zero for the the radical sixties hippie movement and we went to the original home of the forty Niners you know the name of that stadium was C. tops no no one candle self where does stick it's been blown to bits it doesn't exist but the original home does it it's been dumbed down it's I believe it's a high school stadium now keys are stadium and it's pretty cool he's our cities ATM he's our stadium exactly needs us look it up that's the place I I know I shouldn't bring this up Viking fans will get upset but that's the place where Jim Marshall picked up the fumble and went the wrong way the big keys are is still up not quite what it looks like back in the day but it's still up and that was pretty cool to that was another snapshot from that trip it's twelve twenty to seventy degrees are on news talk a three oh WCCO Henry lake you look amazing what's the secret are you sick number three sixty smart he chooses the comfort on his side to side we feel great can help keep you sleep.
"haight ashbury" Discussed on Sound Opinions
"He is sneering at that. And then the second person plural was always really important occurred. You know, think about smells like teen spirit. Here we are now entertain us, right? There's this alternative community and it meant something and we ate them, and we ain't baby boomers, and we don't love Haight Ashbury and the Beatles were okay? But man, the Melvin 's right all of this was. A reminder to me at a point where where where becoming professional rocker issue, N, me and the notion is, we should be writing more about the Rolling Stones latest, mega tour and less about that. Who is that woman? Liz, fair Yuki writing Jim or Gregor, you know, and it's like nano you know, the best music we've ever heard is being made next week in a basement somewhere. That's why we still do this show. And that's what heart shaped boxes about to me. Plus, you know, it's got all the great nirvana. Sweet sour loud. Quiet is just beautiful, nirvana on sound opinions. Heart shaped box by nirvana very heartfelt tribute to a great band that we both love. And of course, we want to hear from you. The listeners caller hotline at eight eight five nine eighteen hundred and leave a message about a song that helped make you, perhaps one that defines you or just one of those songs that defines time in your life. You can also join the conversation on Facebook or Twitter, Greg..
"haight ashbury" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Unmasked seven one dot com or call eight hundred Newsmax get your free copy of unmasked today. Can you fi AM six forty more stimulating talk? Dr Beichman is a psychiatrist who's been studying the, the concepts involving what we would call synchronicity or, or serendipity, or in some cases, just coincidence. The book is called connecting with coincidence, the new science for using synchronicity serendipity in your life. Your. You're opening story is fascinating. And it resonates with everybody who's listening. So I want you to tell it in your own words about that day when you found yourself choking. Sure. Here in I made a song out of this with a friend of mine, and we've got an album now ten on based on coincidence stories from my book, this is one of the one of the songs and start off with the way it happened. And as I as you listen to this, please. Keep in mind that this was a unique experience of mine, but it is not unique to just me. I had to look around and research I did questionnaire studies and what happened to me, which I now call simul Patty, which means simultaneously feeling the pain of a loved one at a distance, the distance part, it's not empathy. It simul pathway. You feel it at the same time the other person is away from even out in the same room, not in the same house. And this is this is what hap-. To me, it was like eleven it was like eleven PM in San Francisco in an old Victorian house in the hit ash in near the Haight Ashbury. And I was standing at a sink in my Victorian house. Choking choking choking choking. Uncontrollably. I couldn't get it to stop. I couldn't get it to stop. And then it stopped something was in my throat something in my throat. And after would seem like a long time, maybe it was five minutes, maybe shorter. But it seemed like a one time I could start breathing in swelling regularly, again, it, it was nineteen seventy three. It was like twenty six it was ten AM, N, P M, or eleven pm San Francisco time and the reason that's important..
"haight ashbury" Discussed on KTOK
"On iheartradio. Bernard Batman is a psychiatrist who's been studying the, the concepts involving what we would call synchronicity or, or serendipity, or in some cases, just coincidence. The book is called connecting with coincidence, the new science for using synchronicity serendipity in your life. Your. You're opening story is fascinating and it resonates I think with everybody who's listening. So I want you to tell it in your own words about that day when you found yourself choking. Sure. Um. I made a song out of this with a friend of mine, and we've got an album now based on coincidence, stories from my book, this is one of the one of the songs and. Start off with the way it happened. And as I as you as you listen to this, please. Keep in mind that this was a unique experience of mine, but it is not unique to just me. I had to look around and research I did questionnaire studies and what happened to me, which I now call simul taffy, which means simultaneously feeling the pain of a loved one at a distance. The distance part is not empathy. It's simul panty. You feel it at the same time, but the other person is away from you not in the same room, not in the same house. And this is this is what happened to me. It was like eleven it was like eleven PM in San Francisco in an old Victorian house in the in the near the Haight Ashbury. And I was standing. Being at a sink in my Victorian house. Choking choking choking choking. Uncontrollably. I couldn't get it to stop. I couldn't get it to stop. And then it stopped something was in my throat, something was in my throat and after what seemed like a long time, maybe it was five minutes, maybe shorter. But it seemed like a long time I could start breathing. And in swelling regularly, again, it will it was nineteen seventy three. It was like February twenty six..
"haight ashbury" Discussed on Recode Decode
"Pointing you into the right direction means getting actively engaged with organizations who are on the ground doing the work who can always use help and support. But it can't just be a volunteer day. It has to be consistent. And so for example, even if it's every Monday from eight to three I'm going to do XYZ at this organization, and the folks that you serve oftentimes realized they're going to be looking for you every single Monday at that time and the difference. That you can make in in someone's life. So I think part of it is just really, you know, more of us getting more actively engaged in in in the things that we see in organizations and working with the people on the ground because yes, there's there's money, of course, in terms of helping people, but how do we help people spirits? How do we help organizations that need additional support when they are? You know, struggling to really keep their organization's going to help that population. So those are the kinds of things that I would say would be be really helpful here. Hi, I'm Terry. What are your thoughts about having a navigation center and or shelter beds in every district in the city? So I think that I'm fine with wherever we could find a location that makes sense to have one. And what I have tried to do is identify places where we know that there's a large homeless population. So as a former supervisor of district five we had a building that we master least in the tenderloin because that's where we were able to find a place, and unfortunately, some of the people from the Haight Ashbury did not go home. They still stayed in the hate even though they had a place and that was not all of them. But you know, a few of them it was it was very challenging. And so what I've discovered sometimes is, you know, even if we have a place like we have a navigation center for mentally challenged folks at hummingbird in San Francisco General. And some of those folks are like, you know, want to go back to where they feel comfortable. So we run into challenges like that. So I think what's most important is identifying a place period wherever we can find one, but also just knowing and understanding the landscape of that particular population. It's going to be easier to help people if where they are. Thank you. Yes. And they are all concentrated in certain areas right here this young, man. Hi, my name is Jay Jay. And I think there's kind of a weird question for kids ask. No. But. What are you going to do about gun control in our city in the bay area? Because I see like a lot of kids. They have a gun soon. It's unsafe for them to have them. And I personally I don't wanna get addicted to them. Wait. Wait, you have a gun. No. We shouldn't. That's good parenting. Right. Well, thank you so much for your question question. It's not a right question. Because and I gotta tell you, sadly, I grew up in a community where there was a lot of gun violence. And this is you know, I lost so many friends and family members to gun violence in the city, and it is heartbreaking, and you sadly, it really changes a community. And it changes who you are as a person and no kid should have to ever grow up being afraid that something might happen, especially when they're at school or or any place else for that matter. And so a lot of the work that I've done has been more on the community level in terms of providing access to opportunities. But here in San Francisco, you know, there has been a number of pieces of legislation that have been passed in terms of banning the gun magazines, getting rid of gun shops in San Francisco banning hollow point bullets and most recently, I'm. I'm so excited that, you know, the legislation to you know, basically ban the the gun show at the cow palace has finally passed and. I think that's that's part of it is. Yes. Trying to get rid of it and trying to stop places from selling it and having it easily available. But there's also another thing is is really conversations and education with young people and having mental health support for young people in our school systems as well to identify challenges that might exist that might lead to you know, that level of activity in the first place. And so thank you so much for your question. I think on the local level we will continue to push for for changes. And and truly, you know, I.
"haight ashbury" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Mean for one I just love the idea that we're revisiting these what had become taboos, and we're kind of research circling back to stuff and reframing and looking at things again, I just think that's a beautiful process. So that by itself is exciting. But as you're pointing the data coming out of these studies stunning. The now several hundred people have gone through these trials one way or another in modern times thousands back in the fifties. Sixties? But I mean, actual studies not. Haight ashbury. And so data are stanks. So people who are seriously gripped by fear of death one way or another coming out of those that one time experience dropping their fear of death finding this new sense of belonging. This new way of seeing the universe in themselves in it and not only the report that immediately. But the reported months after the fact after one experience one supported experience. If you. Within the several hundred subjects zero adverse events. So it was like how all good, no bad. What's this is really exciting news. And especially on this sort of existential plane where we medicine otherwise don't have any real direct therapeutic anything offer, we will call it anxiety and give you some valium. Maybe or call it delirium and give you some how or something, but those are sort of indirect such flawed approaches to this this this problem that really isn't a problem. Essential suffering is actually this is something that's called meaning making. That's something. We should lean into a fear of lean into not run away from and these drugs helpless, do exactly that. So I'm just I want to be careful, right? Let's be clear. Let's be true to what realities come out of this. And as more data unearthed some problems, let's address those. But I am extremely bullish on this front, and I feel like we've just were opening a whole other new new slash old portal that's going to give us a lot more to work with together. And a lot more reason to hope for a better experience at the end of life, etc. Sterling. Thank.
"haight ashbury" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Using suicide. For people who have terminal illness. And it's treat the cancer already illness itself by Detroit the depression, the anxiety associated with the existential anxiety of death coming. So they're finding that if they enter these mystical experiences with the right dose. They can come back with different understanding of life, and what they have left to hear your non surround this subject. So yeah, this gets me real this one things that for all the gnarly news going on out there. And some of the things would feel like we're going to paying your organization, maybe going the wrong direction. They're also this real very historic reasons for hope to and I would say this this revisiting the therapeutic value of psychedelics is one of the most exciting things going on as far as I'm concerned sort of medical ish world for one. I just love the idea that we're revisiting these what had become taboos, and we're kind of research circling back to stuff and reframing and looking at things again, I just think that's a beautiful process or that by itself is exciting. But as you're pointing to the data coming out of these studies is stunning. Know. So now several hundred people have gone to these trials one way or another in modern times thousands back in the fifties. Sixties? But I mean, actual studies not. Haight ashbury. And so data are stanks. So people who are seriously gripped by fear of death one way or another coming out of those that one time experience dropping their fear of death finding this new sense of belonging. This new way of seeing the universe in themselves in it and not only report that immediately. But they reported months after the fact after one experience as one supported experience. If you and within the several hundred subjects zero adverse events like. So it was like all good, no bad. What's this is really exciting news, and this especially on this sort of existential plane where we in medicine, otherwise don't have any real direct therapeutic anything to offer we will call it hangs out and give you some valium. Maybe or call it delirium and give you some how or something, but those are sort of indirect such flawed approaches to this this this problem that really isn't a problem existential suffering is actually this is something that's a call demeaning making. That's something we should lean into a fear to lean into not run away from these drugs. Help us do exactly that. So I'm just I want to be careful, right? Let's be clear. This be true to what realities come out of this. And as more data unearth some problems, let's address those. But I am extremely bullish on this front, and I feel like we were opening a whole other new newsflash porno that's going to give us a lot more to work with together. And a lot more reason to hope for a better experience at the end of life at cetera. Sterling. Thank you for giving us the opportunity to share time and conservation conversation with you this evening, we really appreciate it. Thank you. My question is around the use of palliative care for non humans. So have you had an experience of caring for an animal that is an ongoing process or softening of dying..
San Francisco, John Blackstone And US discussed on KCBS Radio Weekend News
"All female band played their own instruments and wrote their own songs to have a number one album in the US. But we're now learning about another groundbreaking all female band from San Francisco. That's now getting a second second chance fifty years after they first started making music CBS's, John Blackstone report. San Francisco's Haight. Ashbury intersection made famous during
"haight ashbury" Discussed on Monday Morning Podcast
"Just you know, it's like the McDonald's concept, but you actually used sorta real food. Speaking of that when I was walking through Haight Ashbury or the hate you don't wanna get a fucking look like, oh, you're a Taurus just say I want to go to the hate. How did we get to the hate? Right. You go to fuck in the fuck, I still feel stupid saying that. But you go out there. And that's where all the dirty white people are. Hey, man, can you spare folk can change me, and they got dreadlocks and shit. You know, dirty fuck and Wrangler jeans from sitting on the fucking sidewalk. I really am reverse racist. When it comes to fuck in. White homeless people, you know. Okay. If you're white and you fucking homeless and you're under the age of sixty two you're not getting a fucking dime outta me. You just not unless you if you're a female. Then you've got that. Look, you know, you got that. Right. Look, I'll do it. You know? But other than that. I come on man seriously, get a fucking job. You're a fucking white do go get a fucking job. I really should be making those jokes economy. I apologize. But you know, what I'm saying? All right talking about I'm not talking about you if you're out of work right now. And you looking for a job hanging their fucking respect. You're right. But I'm talking about those other bumps talking about bumps in that twenties. All right, visit deal if you're white if you look like boxcar Willie, you know, you got to stick with their little kerchief tattoo, it I'll give you some money. You know, if you can stick him nose in your mouth because you don't have any fucking teeth. I'll give you some money. You know? But as far as the rest of the people go, you get money out of me, if you look like you sober other than that. You can go fuck yourself. What hap who who does shit like this in December? This is when all Saint Nick is coming down the fucking tube. Right. Oh, you better watch out, you better not cry. You better not pout up telling you, why Santa Claus is common. Do town. I tell you guys I went up to went to this observatory, and I was looking at stars the other night because I'm not fucking drinking, and I'm desperately trying to fill these hours when I used to have fun in my life. And I was looking at the moons of Jupiter and one of the moons was named after some fucking. See if I have the information here was named after. What the fuck where I think like you know, what I can win. This. You guys don't need to know the name. You don't give a fuck one of the moons Jupiter. Is named after Jupiter was basically the Romans Zeus right when it comes to mythology if I remember correctly, they basically stole other gods like stealing like a fucking script idea. They just changed the names of the characters like, no, man, it's different when you talking about so Jupiter was married to I don't know. I don't know what the fuck name was Napaloni a-, right, which is gonna use fake names here. And they had a daughter named Heather are Helena, what the fuck name was one of the moons is named after this girl and the evidently. This is how this is how the story goes with Thalji Allah g. is. Jupiter had basically a crush on his own fucking daughter and his wife rather than reporting it to the proper thirties was just simply jealous like he was banging some haughty down the street, rather then or fucking daughter. So Jupiter's banging his own daughter. His wife gets wind of it. He gets fucking nervous. So he turns her into a cow. Not as wife. He turns his beautiful daughter that he was banging into a heifer. Heffer evidently is a fucking fucking cow. That doesn't give an calf yet. You know, ready to be fucking banged raw dog style. Right. That's a fucking story. Swear to God..
"haight ashbury" Discussed on Death by Misadventure: True Paranormal Mystery
"Just a year before her death. Janice left the streets of San Francisco and moved to a little bungalow in spur in Marin county Ren is known for its natural beauty larks. Burt was a quaint little town and she chose cute little cottage at the end of Baltimore street. She shared her new home with friend window. Herb a clothing designer and friends said it was a happy time for her however Joplin's transformation from the ugly duckling of Port Arthur to the rock and roll mistress of Haight Ashbury, which sadly short-lived in the fall of nineteen seventy the music world still really from the recent death of Jimmy Hendrix in September Kurd the Janisch died of a drug overdose in a CD Hollywood motel just a few weeks later. What's even stranger just three days before her death? Janice paid a visit to her attorney Robert Gordon because she wanted to make an important change to her will did the singer have a sense that the end was near what I believe is most telling about, Janice, his state of mind is a conversation. She had with writer net hint off in April nineteen sixty eight the singer revealed her struggle with depression, and how she was unable to truly control her feelings. She described how she felt like an outsider drawing up before getting into music it had torn her life apart. She was quoted as saying when you feel that much you have super horrible downs. I was always victim to myself. Maybe I won't last like other singers. But I think you can destroy your now by worrying about tha. Morrogh man, if it hadn't been for the music, I probably would have done myself in Janice wrote in her will that she had set aside twenty five hundred dollars to pay for a posthumous all night party for two hundred guests at her favourite pub, the lion share in San on Selma. She noted so my friends can get blasted after I'm gone also sheet test, her roommate Lindell was giving away her clothes jewelry and furnishings to friends the remainder of her estate was left to her family. Even though Linda was supposed to distribute. Genesis belongings to friends the process quickly became chaotic a lot of friends came in and took stuff without asking. Her parents insisted on a private funeral and Janice was cremated in the Pierce brothers. Westwood village. Mortuary in Los Angeles, her ashes were scattered from a plane along Stinson beach in Marin the service was only attended by Joplin's parents and her aunt Genesis wake was held on October twenty six nineteen seventy the invitation read the drinks are on Pearl and true, Janice, Joplin style, the party was wild with the.
"haight ashbury" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"People who have been pushed out of some of these. Places where you now paying, these prices about seventy percent of the people who are estimated to be homeless now in San Francisco we're actually housing San Francisco before they became homeless So. To hear mayor breed, talk about this is these are just people who Because rent prices went up Decided to live on the streets, and defecate on the street suddenly you that. Is not how this works it, is a massive drug problem San Francisco that is causing people to. Defecate on the city streets but the mayor doesn't want to address that because the liberals, are, all, in favor of, hey you first of all you can't judge. Who, are you to judge Secondly we just need to provide a safe environment for. These, people to shoot up now keep in mind. Just a few weeks ago Starbucks said anybody who wants to use our bathrooms can come. On and use our bathrooms so it's not like if you just lost your apartment because you. Couldn't afford your apartment anymore but you somehow still have a job and you're living in your. Car living on the street, you don't suddenly then go I've. Given up completely on life I'm going to defecate. Right here at the intersection. You'd go to a Starbucks, you would have. A friend a family member these are people with mental problems. And or substance abuse. Problems but you can't judge you're not. Allowed to say that anymore so we've got more For. Audio we have to make, sure that people. Who live here sadly people were homeless here that they're also. Held accountable for taking. Care of our streets are home by. That like for example I met with service providers and district five in Haight Ashbury. Community and one of the things that I work with many of these individuals I work hard to make sure that your programs are funded for the purposes of trying to get these individuals help and what I am asking you to do. Is work with your clients and ask them to at. Least, have respect for the community at least clean up after themselves and show respect to one another and people. In the neighborhood Her plan to combat the massive increase in human defecation on public streets in San Francisco is to pressure the homeless shelters To teach people not to defecate on public streets in San Francisco Now these are not infants learning to. Walk for the first time and having a. Dookie on the street here these are full blown adult human beings if We'll even be generous here if by your teen years you. Have, not learned that drop and trout at the middle of a busy intersection or out in front of. A residential or industrial building or any building. Whatsoever And doing your business right there on the sidewalk is not the way to go about life you are not going to get that lesson through your head I'll give you a to, your teen, years. These are twenty thirty, forty, year olds or older people who have. Long been sustained by San Francisco's, liberal social welfare policies and liberal policies. Towards homelessness who have just become more enwrapped in drug abuse mental illness whatever but you can't. Say, look we're going to make it a crime if you defecate on the street we're gonna punish people. Who do that, we're gonna to make sure we're going to put a stop to, it one way or another no they wanna do the honor system of somehow. Somebody scooping out a bowl of. Soup for homeless person then. Saying here let me top, that soup off for you and by the way don't poop on the street and somehow that's going to be the difference maker I don't, really see that happening Are. You talking about, harsher penalties I didn't expect anything about a penalty I just solicited, their help and trying to talk to their clients who unfortunately were mostly responsible. For the conditions of the street I she keeps them referring to them. As clients, see you don't want to stigmatize the homeless my clients I have a client meeting, at six o'clock here so I gotta get moving along really client meeting you meeting with Johnson and Johnson you know I'm meeting with. Bob Johnson whose defecating right now in the, lamppost across the street but then. We're going. To..
"haight ashbury" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM
"And agony for years and then they really do believe that they will never ever feel any better and when they're raised someone has to validate them their core sense of itself enough that they can go into the world and cope and many times that's not case so what i found interestingly is if we were lucky enough to have them call they would be rage ful for about forty five minutes to an hour and then they would cry if you're lucky and comforting them and i never lectured them set doesn't work that can send them right over the edge so and reading the dead people will come in and the families many times if they leave you're you're making great sense and i'm loving every second of your conversation what do you mean by reading the dead what does that mean i'm a media clervoy and i'm a catholic psychic for thirty five years here in santa cruz but when i grew up i grew up wealthy my father beat me my mother mocked me so i tried to commit suicide when i was nineteen when therapy for ten years and was comforted and learned to cope through the actually the co founder of the haight ashbury clinic don west and dr west and yeah and years later i said we ought to write a book and we started a book using the sessions's chapters and i said you're never gonna finish this and he said i would never start venture and not finish it but psychic he finished four chapters edited and then he drops a book because of his own personal issues so unfortunately i was psychically right out my own life but one of the things i wanted to do was to go into the world and comfort people that are unhealed you know i'm not a psychiatrist but certainly let's slow down for a mature you worked at a suicide prevention hotline you base it all upon voice is that.
"haight ashbury" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"And agony for years and then they really do believe that they will never ever feel any better and when they're raised someone has to validate them their core sense of self enough that they can go into the world and cope and many times that's not case so what i found interestingly is if we were lucky enough to have them call they would be rage full for about forty five minutes to an hour and then they would cry if you're lucky and comforting them and i never lectured them set doesn't work that can send 'em right over the edge so and reading the dead people will come in and the families many times if they were you're you're making great sense that i'm loving every second of your conversation what do you mean by reading the dead what does that mean i'm a medium clairvoyant i'm a catholic psychic for thirty five years here in santa cruz but when i grew up i grew up wealthy my father beat me my mother mocked me so i tried to commit suicide when i was nineteen when therapy for ten years and was comforted and learned to cope through the actually the co founder of the haight ashbury clinic don west dr west and yeah and years later i said we ought to write a book and we started a book using the sessions chapters and i said you're never gonna finish this and he said i would never start adventure and not finish it but psychically he finished four chapters edited and then he drops a book because of his own personal issues so unfortunately i was psychically rice about my own life but one of the things i wanted to do was to go into the world and comfort people that are unhealed you know i'm not a psychiatrist but certainly let's slow down for me your you worked at a suicide prevention hotline you base it all upon voice is that.
"haight ashbury" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"It was really exact there was a moral panic basically and so the research stopped scientists are not very good at fighting political and cultural approach priem and and they gave up the research at some point really in the in the the last a therapeutic dose was given in the seventies early seventies and so we dropped this very promising line of research which is incredible i don't know when else in the history of science do you take something that scientists really believe in and think has a lot of potential to help people and let it die and that's what happened and there was a thirty year hiatus you can think really only of maybe genetic cloning nineties yellow leo i mean you know you really have to go back to you know the the yeah to the inquisition i guess when when research was crushed and these were very threatening drugs drugs they are disruptive in many ways but we lost a lot of time and a lot of people who could have been aided by them you know you sort of you came along too late for the sixties counterculture but just in time the moral panic about it that's right i'm much more child of moral panic i had absorbed i mean i was a summer of love in nineteen sixty seven i was only twelve so i wasn't about to go to haight ashbury or even to woodstock and i picked up on this fear of these drugs and the stories are linklater's daughter had you know he was very important television personality his daughter had jumped to her death from her apartment and he blamed it on lsd although there actually is no evidence that that was the call she had a lot of mental health problems it became kind of the focus where if something bad happened you blamed lsd now some bad things did happen you know charles manson was and his group was very involved with lsd and that may well have affected his ability to essentially brainwash them it is a very suggestive drug in the wrong hands and the cia worked with it of course because they thought it could brainwash people so i yeah i had and.
"haight ashbury" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"After she hit you checking in eight away came the are is the number we're talking best sporting events of all time let's go out to roy in palo alto roy you're on camby are how are you let me go back to waive the original alleyoop from wait till where he out jumped to detroit lions in the end zone as the game ended where they thought it was a fluke and it became the plan to play i mean people went crazy that they seven fifty seven that was before my time roy absolutely where what stadium was this in keys are i tell you what i went to public couple of weeks ago the owners are big liverpool soccer fan and that's my squad i went down the keys are for the champions league final and we got our were on keys are that's a great area the city to man keys are pub keys are stadium history out there a lot of people sleep on the fact that that's where the forty niners used to play back in the day we're hundred fifty curse perk in the parking lot yeah now that you wouldn't even have a massive traffic jam when you left the city long as you didn't mind driving through haight ashbury through a couple of hippies on your way back to the freeway for the good show man appreciate you checking in and have a great night let's go to mike in dublin he's on camera wants to give us his favorite sporting event mike you're on kabc tonight what's going on very real well it's funny you mentioned your dad and i all of my memories are from my pops as well.
"haight ashbury" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Country flocked haight ashbury where he'd staged many acid laced happenings they were in search of what he created whether they knew it while he was gone it took shape without him and while he was in mexico he's sort of came to this real nation that he had gotten everything that he could from lsd that that awakening consciousness that he got like it was awake and to have it be sustainable he had to find sort of a chemical free psychedelic experience in october nineteen sixty six keesey was picked up by the fbi outside of san francisco he struck a deal with local law enforcement promising to hold an acid graduation a public renunciation of lsd almost a year before the summer of love this graduation was a radical notion perhaps to radical you may have gotten out of jail but the followers that he had inspired that sort of grown up without him and weren't really keen on the idea of stopping taking drugs because they like the drugs i think that the moment that the hippie movement refused to give up acid and follow qc further it's the moment that the movements stalled and whatever last vestiges of the hip movements still exist today are still stuck there in that same place you know sort of leaning on the crutch of drugs why do you care so much about ken casey so i grew up in eugene oregon which is where keesey sort of retired to with the pranksters in the seventies and eugene is a place fundamentally changed by keesey it's sort of the last enclave of the hippie ideals i mean my name is river i sort of come from it and i come from a different piece of it my parents were more this new age personal growth movement in the eighties their full generation after keys that's right but some of that comes from keesey i think that creating this heavy deepen real emotional group work without drugs is sort of what this personal growth move in the eighties was also attempting to do my father gave me a copy of.
"haight ashbury" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO
"I dress we're going to talk about the future and about chinese medicine all kinds of things says i know for me and my family we're starting to look at more holistic things than just going in for scrip and and a script and i think a lot of people are starting to do that it's becoming a little bit more mainstream to do that and i'd love to get your take on that too i mean chinese medicine all kinds and they've been doing that for a very long time haven't they in so there's some wisdom and some of these things that we don't have as mainstream here the problem is we still don't know what it does they've been doing it as you said before christ was born two thousand years for crisis born they had these acupuncture maps made up up anywhere from twelve to twenty four meridian along the body restored basic balancing the body of which you had these points long points for the i point for the ear things like that and one of the things we discovered when i was working on this the haight ashbury during the nineteen seventies was we discovered that those acupuncture points around a map mapped out thousands of years ago correspond to high electrical conductivity in the body and they didn't even understand no stays superconductivity points so you don't even have to be trained acupuncture she just have to have a little flashlight battery attached through a little signifier and run it all over the body and every place that place lights up he's gonna put a mark on it tell me about that not the whole body it becomes it matches the acupuncture maps that they met out thousands of years ago something's happening there exactly we don't want happy we're gonna come right back more daryl and other when we come back dr and now this book offers downers and all rounders we'll be right back with the investigator david myself like a dollar kate dalley show.
"haight ashbury" Discussed on Omnibus
"From a variety of mediterranean sources hard to say for sure but still he'd rather see his i don't talk about his faith right we don't talk about his fidel right like in olden times this is now expected to unravel her tapestry goes around just pursuing everyone eyed cyclops woman that moves the it's interesting that you mentioned queen victoria because you know in our day the british royal families associated with the corgi we've talked about corgis pulling the queen's funeral procession right when she finally goes corgis some of the most ridiculous dogs yes queen victoria preferred the sky terrier a slightly less ridiculous dog right fixture skye terrier it's a little yappy it's got long silky for originally raised to chase rats into holes gradually grew it's hair out so it's like a hippie rent like all this big roof just chasing badgers out the haight ashbury decided they were going to live off the land started swaying to jefferson airplane music without their bras on this temple dogs in what way are their temple dogs well you know the tabet what is it the last thing laugh saying shitsu lhasa apso the lots of lhasa apso they're the small ones that yep when when you get past the tabet and mastiff or whatever yes i didn't realize there were two kinds of dogs in the scenario there are scary we're on a nice run that's right well no not nice but like the large scary one does the it's the enforcer and then the small ones are like the alarm the alarm and the sort of the patrolman one they just get a yeti getty yeti guard your your lamasery things the thing about yetis i think is that they're you know that they're going to do what yet he's going to do you can't yet he's going to get you can't you can't domesticate i really i mean what are you gonna pay yeti.