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How Dancing Got This Homeless Woman Hired
"I love these inspiring stories of someone. Making progress. Says all this article. This went viral this story I'm about to share with you this. Particular article comes from People magazine. The inspiring story of a young woman who's happy dance went viral. After she accepted a job offer. Colli Jones recently went viral. With her dance after she as the reason job interview and in the parking lot was caught on security cameras on September twenty-ninth. Jones met manager dicara Spence interview for a server. Opening at the spot, which is a restaurant outside of Atlanta metropolitan area that point. Jones had been homeless for two years of struggling to find work during the corona virus. Spence. Who did the interview said she had a great energy about her I fell to when she walked in. She was very positive. The interview went well, and when Jones left the restaurant a short time later she celebrated by dancing in the parking lot. She did not know that Spence would see her or watch her celebration through the security camera. Jones said I was excited when I got outside I didn't know that the cameras were on me with the spontaneous celebration spins knew she had found a perfect fit for the team and Jones I called her phone. And said, I'm going to hire you and I've seen you do the happy dance you can continue dancing. She was just screaming through the phone. It was a beautiful moment for me. Now here's why I love this this young lady Collide Jones. Homeless unemployed. Homeless for nearly two years. She goes in does the interview she feels so good about the she knew she did great. She wasn't aware that she was going to get the job. She felt really good about it. And she allowed herself. In the midst of tremendous uncertainty, two years, folks of being homeless. She allows herself a moment of celebration to say I, feel like I nailed that one that went really really well, and you've got to imagine that that's one of the few things that had gone well for her and she allows this moment to overtake her having no idea. That she was being washed on the security cameras and. She really already had the job, but that's certainly. Locked it in so unbelievable. well-spent. The hiring manager posted the video to social media and it's been viewed by millions. And Jones's comet was I was going through so much. This is collide as the gala got the interview they got the job. She said I was going through so much at that point when I was given this chance and this opportunity I was so elated. So excited. So overwhelmed. To the point that no one understood how happy and accomplished I felt at that moment. So she had a she had a wonderful wonderful response and you know the reasons gone viral is because we as human beings need two things. Number One We always need positive stories. To hold onto in the midst of our own. Struggles in our own grind. And then we need to see other people winning. It's not just that we need a positive story in something good to hang onto in the midst of this corona pandemic. In all of the things that have been thrown completely helter skelter result of it is not that we just need some positive optimistic. Touches. We also in the best of times, still need to see other people winning. We get excited when we see other people win the reason we like watching these things in listening to these things is because it spurs US along. So Colli thank you for your happy dates it has helped and encouraged so many people.
"helter" Discussed on Cherry Avenue True Crime Podcast
"The money towards the judge the bailiff tackled him in mid-air. The judge said let the record reflect that mister Manson has made a lunge for the bench and is now being subdued by the deputies Manson and the girls were moved to another room with a loud speaker. So they could look up the trial as it continued. The prosecutor had other Witnesses who had been at Spahn Ranch come in to testify they talked about Helter Skelter & Charlie's prophecy that there would be a race war Terry Melcher testified wage. He was the one who had rented the house before Sharon Tate and Roman Polanski. He thought Manson was looking for him and sent the killers to that house for him. He testified that he never offered Manson a recording contract and had thought the music was just average. Brooks Poston and Paul Watkins had left the family while in the desert and started to work for the Gold Miner they both testified for the prosecution as well. While still under Charlie spell Brooks had been told by Charlie to sneak into the sheriff's home and cut his throat post and said that he did not do as Charlie wished. Paul Watkins testified about hearing Charlie talked often about killing Rich whites in the suburbs and making it look like blacks had done it Diane Lake a former family member was scared to testify life scared. She would hear Charlie and he would intimidate her but she was okay and she didn't see him the way that she used to anymore. Manson address the court for 1 hour without notes. The jury was not present. It was said to be like a dissertation about his life. He did say at one point that he had killed no one and that he had ordered. No one to be killed. After this the judge said they would bring in the jury and said maybe Manson wanted to say something to them. He said he had already said it he was not going to testify and he told the girls not to testify off right after the prosecution and the defense rested their case Leslie Van Houten. Lawyer. Ron Hughes disappeared. He had been heard to say that maybe Leslie's caves should be separated from the rest of the families now Manson and the girls were having their trial together, but Tex Watson was not there yet. They were still trying to extradite him. So it was just Manson girls But when Manson heard about the separating of Leslie's case, he became angry Leslie had not been at both murder scenes. She was only at the labianca murder and there was some debate as to how much she participated in those murders four months after Ronald Hughes disappeared. His body was found in a river the attorney who went in to take his place was going to go in and ask for a mistrial for Van Houten when Court opened though a scuffle took place between the girls and the matrons Leslie Van Houten was refusing to have the new guy as her attorney. She refused to sit down in the courtroom and she hit the bailiffs Manson attorney Irving generic went on talking for five days with his summation to the jury. It was 42 hours of deliberation before the jury gave the verdict. Susan Atkins, Patricia, krenwinkel and Leslie Van Houten smiled and talked to each other Charles.
"helter" Discussed on Cherry Avenue True Crime Podcast
"She was only Twenty-One and already a mother of two. She had only been with the family about a month before the murders the prosecution give her a tentative offer of immunity if she would say on the stand and tell everything that she knew God by this time Susan Atkins had withdrew her previous testimony and denied everything she said before so there was no one from inside the group testifying against Charlie or the others. Linda Kasabian testified to being eyewitness to two of the murders. She said that she and three of the others had just climbed over the fence of the house on Cielo drive when Tex Watson shot a man in a car who was driving out of the driveway. She stayed outside and the rest went into the house. She heard screams coming from inside the house and saw people running out. She stated that was all unbelievably horribly terrible. She saw Watson stabbing one man on the lawn near the house. She also saw Patricia krenwinkel with a knife chasing a woman across the lawn Kasabian change when shown a photo of Stephen parent the teenager who had been shot in his car Kasabian said he had begged not to be hurt..
"helter" Discussed on Cherry Avenue True Crime Podcast
"Or more he flew to Las Vegas. Every three weeks to cut the hair of Frank Sinatra and Sammy Davis jr. He later designed the doors. Jim Morrison's free-flowing style when you're good. You're good voytek. Frykowski was born in Poland and December twenty second nineteen thirty-six thousand and skiing frykowski met at a school dance Polanski serving as the doorman for the dance that night wouldn't let Frank house key into the venue. He knew he had a rough reputation. They almost got into a brawl but instead had drinks together and became good friends beneath his tough exterior Boychuk was good-natured soft-hearted to the point of sentimentality and utterly loyal Polanski later wrote of his dear friend. A year after they moved to Los Angeles frykowski and Folger house at 4 Polanski at 10050 Cielo Drive the to watch the house while plans can't a truck in London, but Polanski was so busy with his next film project that it was decided Tate who was eight months pregnant would go back to stay with Frank house key and Folger at their house until their baby arrived. Abigail Folger was born on August 11th. Nineteen forty three and would die just two days before her 26th birthday born into a wealthy family the heiress to the Folger Coffee Fortune. She graduated from Wofford University with an art history degree. She worked as a social worker in New York and then LA on August 8th. Nineteen sixty nine Tate had been home for three weeks after visiting Polanski who was directing a film in London Tate was 8 and 1/2 months pregnant and her husband asked for a Kowski and Folger to stay at the house with her until he returned home. Steven Earl parent was born on February 12th..
"helter" Discussed on Cherry Avenue True Crime Podcast
"He plays steel guitar and Manson got lessons from him. This is also where Manson learns about scientology Manson is particularly interested in the theory that your body is a vessel that you are temporarily in and greater. Things are always possible. You have the opportunity to be this great Glory as being and you have probably seen this before and it's just a matter of accepting your nature. Charlie gets out in 1967 and he grows his hair long and he sees what's going on. He heads out to Berkeley. He looks like he fits in except he didn't care about Vietnam War and he didn't care about the other causes of equality. He saw with free love that he was going to have to revamp his ideas about being a pimp again. The thing he can work with is the fact that young people are feeling alienated like they don't belong Mary Brunner is a librarian in Berkeley when she meets Charles Manson, she's from the Midwest and she is dressed like a librarian not a hippie. He met her when she was walking her dog and he used the dog something to talk about use the Dale Carnegie techniques. They become quick friends and Manson tells her that he doesn't have a place to stay at the moment Mary offers to let him stay at her place for a few nights off they start to sleep together and it becomes more like a relationship. She goes to work and Charlie goes out to work on his music. Then he starts bringing other girls back with him. He uses the free-love ideas of days to convince her that this is okay and she eventually comes to terms with sharing him. Gurus were a big thing. Then there were many philosophers speaking to the kids in Golden Gate Park in San Francisco. Charlie hangs around the park and listens to them. He gradually started his own little group Mary Brunner a wholesome looking blonde then Lynette Fromme who was a runaway and what time Known as squeaky with a short red hair pixie cut Patricia krenwinkel long medium brown hair and sturdy and Susan Atkins who had long dark hair and quite a background Charlie still wanted a music career. So they moved they went from San Francisco down to La they picked up another girl there Diane who was only fourteen or fifteen at the same time and she would have sex with Charlie that very night. She said she was already sexually active at this point, but he made love to her that night and it was magic Paul Watkins met the girl when he bought some weed off them. He became Manson's Chief recruiter for young women Bobby beausoleil entered the picture not long after that. He was nicknamed cupid is all the girls liked him. He was a troubled kid who had gone to reform school, and he wanted to be a musician like Manson there were more and more young people joining the family. They soon found Spahn Ranch and they moved right in and took over. Some of the girls were hitchhiking one day and got picked up by Dennis Wilson the drummer for The Beach Boys. He met Charlie and somehow hit it off. And then Charlie in a group of the girls were practically living at Dennis box house out in the Pacific Palisades for a while. Dennis was the one that got Terry Melcher to come out and listen to Charlie's music this gave Charlie a lot of Hope for his music career Charlie wrote his own songs and performed them for all of them. Dennis was generous to the people. He tried to help Dennis has friends at the time said that people would come and listen to Charlie to humor Dennis Wilson had a sort of habit of finding this fits in wage and trying to help them in some way Charles Tex Watson is picked up hitchhiking by Dennis Wilson and Dennis takes him back to his house where Charlie and the girls are he was from a small town in Texas and the people back there..
"helter" Discussed on Cherry Avenue True Crime Podcast
"This is part one of a two-part episode on Helter Skelter. The Manson Murders the details on everyone involved what led up to it. What happened afterward? This was a truly horrific murder spree. Sometimes I think the humanity of the victims is really lost in all the Charles Manson and craziness humans are always looking to belong looking for their people looking for people like themselves craving a connection of some kind Manson played into this at one of the easiest times in history. Pull it off. He didn't even know what type of world he was walking out into when he was released from prison in nineteen sixty-seven, but he was good at adapting quickly after years of trying to survive abusive care from relatives and then people in the reform schools and boys homes and the prisons. He came out with his pimp knowledge and his Dale Carnegie's how to make friends and influence people education along with his gift of being able to turn into or seem like what people wanted. He didn't change into what he wanted until they were well well ensnared, The family was not allowed to read anything. But the Bible once they were they're part of the family. The girls were subjected to knowing that they didn't question Charlie. They were not to talk about their pasts off their lives started when they met Charlie Charlie could talk about his past about prison about what he had gone through to get where they were to lead them but they didn't have pass one woman that was brought to the ranch recruited by another male family member was introduced to Charlie when he was naked Charlie did not put on clothes and he stood up bowed to her wage everything out there and swinging and said welcome Madam. She did not respond. So he said something about her being one of those women who made men afraid to show their pecker told them now he was just being rude. He asked her if her papa taught her to be polite. She told him her papa told her not to put up with men like him doing what he was doing. He told the guy who brought her to take her away. She didn't belong while they walked away. He told them to move quicker as he didn't want to see any more of her piggy face off. He would make comments about the girls having tiny female brains that couldn't comprehend if they ever dared question him about anything used all he learned in prison on how to get them to be devoted to a gym. I want to start with a brief account of the victims from the first night the people who are so mercilessly slaughtered and we will.
Tropical Storm Beta threatens Gulf Coast
"The Gulf Coast braced for tropical Storm beta. Even if thousands they're still cleaning up from Hurricane Sally here, CBS's Jim Christina. Thousands of people in the Southeast without powers, the cleanup and damage assessment from Hurricane Sally gets underway. The storms winds blew a huge oak tree on the very helter brands home near will be a level bam. We just heard something on
Hundreds of thousands still without power in Sally cleanup
"And a hurricane watches issued for coastal Texas as tropical storm beta gain strength in the Gulf Coast. Meanwhile, the cleanup continues from the storm. That was Sally Hundreds of thousands of people in the Southeast. We'll spend the weekend without power is the cleanup and damage assessment from Hurricane Sally gets underway. The storms winds blew a huge oak tree on the Mary Helter Brands home near Mobile. Alabama was sleeping in the living room, and all of a sudden we just heard something sounded like a bomb Rivers are running high from coastal areas of Mississippi, Alabama in the Florida Panhandle. North and east of Southern Virginia. Because of Sally's torrential
Board Recommends Parole for Manson Follower Leslie Van Houten
"Has recommended parole for Charles Manson follower Leslie Van Hatton, who has spent nearly five decades in prison. The recommendation was made Thursday, but Governor Newsome could decide to deny it. Newsome block to release once before than his predecessor, Jerry Brown, blocked it twice. Manhattan is serving Ah life sentence for helping Charles Manson. Others kill Los Angeles grocer Lino LaBianca and his wife, Rosemary in 1969 that Helen was 19 when she and other members of the Manson family stabbed the La Bianca is to death and smear the couple's blood on the walls, writing words like helter skelter and death to pigs. An
Heavy Metal? Not Us.
"All right. I had to actually check that I hadn't done an episode on this before. Because it's a perfect episode, the kind of thing that I thought I would have done early on So this is episode four. We're going to call this heavy metal, not us. Okay, so the idea here is. We're going to be talking about the concept of bans that aren't particularly heavy metal bands that, for some reason, end up making amazing, amazing heavy metal when they get to it and possibly why that might happen you know the idea to do this I've always thought this concept and debated it with a lot of people, but I was actually on earlier today on Pete Pardo's sea of tranquility, and we were doing a deep cut dive on bluest her cult, and it kind of rambled around to this this topic. And he said this was a great example of that and I was thinking, is it a great example of that is definitely an example of that. But I, but I kind of got to thinking that bluish are cult complicated case, but there are other bands that are even better examples of this so I thought. That will be my next episode. So this is how this came about now I, want to give you a little history on this idea, so you know essentially we're not. We're not here to to debate bands like For example there are bands throughout heavy metal, history, or whatever rock history that don't consider themselves. Heavy metal bands that do a lot of heavy metal. Classic example is when Lemme gets up there alive and says we're motorhead. We play rock and roll right. Little More Lemme later maybe but also black Sabbath talk. We're blues, Band and deep purple you know, says various things you know where we're at Jan, were progressive, rock band. We're jazz, rock band, red jazz band whatever whatever sort of floats their boat, but they usually don't say we're a heavy metal band. Now more in of these examples later on, but to go right back to the beginning. You know it's interesting that this concept you know. Mike, my good friend, Ralph Chapman. We always have these debates over Banger, or we did when we were there in these meetings to put together these shows and stuff where where it's always like the Beatles did everything I well so. Here's an example of this happening so in a way. Helter skelter is an example of kind of doing this I and I interviewed Paul McCartney back for my Queen Book Awhile Ago. And after we were done talking about queen you know I. I asked him a few other things and We were talking about helter skelter, and this is what he told me. I think that heavy metal came out of a desire to rock into rock, big and dirty and loud, and for that you don't have to have rules you talk about what made us do. Helter skelter desire to rock, dirty and loud, and when I listened to it now I think Oh. Gosh I thought it was louder dirtier than that? Because Times have changed, but I think it's just that if you're in a rock and roll band, and your soul is anchored in the Sea of rock and roll and you want to do it, you WanNa participate to your fullest. Fullest and sometimes that means being dirty. Being loud guitar are famous for turning up to eleven, and that's very understandable. Desire I. Mean I still now when I get with my band. We're at a soundcheck just strapping on my electric guitar, kicking it a pedal tearing it up. That's the spirit that kind of goes through rock and roll. You know it's a thrill anyone who has ever owned an electric guitar and put it through. An amp knows that thrill so I think that's where it all came from the desire to just thrash out. That's why we did helter skelter. Now. This doesn't include kind of the back story about Pete Townsend, saying you know where the loudest heaviest band in the world and Paul McCartney's natural. You know competitive nature to to compete with with the WHO and a and this is kind of this narrative. That they were trying to out heavy. The WHO so here's a band who's not a heavy metal band by any stretch of imagination. Just saying right, you want heavy metal. Let's let's give you some heavy metal I seem to recall I might have talked about this in another episode, but but excuse me in that pursuit, because some of these bands that we're gonNA. Talk about here. I have talked about another APSOS, but I'm going to be talking about specific specific to this concept. So, hopefully we'll be a You know a different dynamic when we're talking about these bands now. One other quote before we get to our first one, this one even more infocus a puts together this concept, so this is from Scott. Gorham from thin. Lizzy and I've always loved this quote. and we're GONNA include thin. Lizzy later on, but we'RE NOT GONNA. Do this song in honor of. Basically Scott Gorman thin, lizzy. We're going to include thin lizzy, but they fit perfectly anyway so. We were talking about Angel of death, which is which is a a very heavy metal song on the renegade album from nineteen eighty-one. He says yeah, absolutely bub-bubba calling weather sucks. We never We never ever put ourselves in the medal stakes. We always consider ourselves hard rock band, which to me just entails a little bit more in the songwriting side, rather than just heavy metal guitar riffs going constantly through all the songs, but yeah, we did not want to go down the metal road to us. The metal thing and I don't mean this any. Any disrespect to any of the guys, but it seemed a little corny to us, so we tried to avoid that side of it, and plus we knew that there were a lot of guys out there. That did that kind of John, well, but it was just one of those tracks where we recorded it. Listen back to it and for a time there. It wasn't one of our favorites. But yeah if anybody actually called. US, heavy metal, we would actually jump all over them, and the correction would start there, you know. We considered ourselves in absolute hard rock band, but definitely not a metal band the difference between the two genres. Band, it all depends on the riff drum groove in the guitar riff, whereas with hard rock, it's all about the groove and the lyrics and the melody the song and that's why we went out of her way to explain that we are a heavy metal or are. We are a rock band. And then fill linnet, said That's one of the facets of You know what I was just told Interesting side note by one of the listeners I always said Phil Line it for years and years and years, and then I was corrected, and said Phil Lynnette for years and years and years, and now I've been corrected again with a little bit of proof that it is in fact, fill line at Because he says that Phil used to say when he was correcting people, he would say line it. Why not? So there you
How Healthy is Your Family?
"How are your children being affected by the disintegration of the American family in a recent news week poll, half of the people ask said that their families are in worse shape now than they were ten years ago and no wonder, the divorce rate has doubled since nineteen, sixty five and experts say that one third of all children born in the eighties will live in A. A stepfamily before they grow up on top of that one of every four children lives with a single parent and twenty two percent of today's children were born to a teenage parent, and when it comes to who is watching our children. Two thirds of all mothers work outside the home. If you feel that your family is going a little helter skelter, everybody doing their own. Own Thing and the family unit is falling apart, or if the people you call your family, don't fit the traditional description like the cleavers or the huxtables. We want you all to join family unity workshop. We asked to our studio audience to take several tests so that we could find out how healthy their families are, and now we want you to test your family's health. Health, too, so get a pencil and paper and take this first test. It's called the family rituals test, and the test is taken from a fascinating book written by one of our favorite guests on the Oprah Winfrey show Dr Paul Pearsall renowned family psychologist, and it's called the power of the Family Paul. Glad to have you here. Thank you glad to have you once again. Well. I know the audience is already taken. The test and I went over the test. And what does this ritual tell us know it's a strange thing. Many of the couples we interviewed families didn't have time to take the test because we're too busy to look at one of the family had rituals or not, and one mother looked at me and said we have the Dooby Doo Bee. Doo Syndrome in our family. I said what's this dooby? Dooby Doo Bee Doo, she said we spend too much time doing and not enough time being so the rich test is a measure of whether or not you really give dignity and celebration that the simple daily acts of family life, or you just run right past them and have separate breakfast separate dinner, separate bed times and live alone, even though you're in a group, dignity and celebration I like those choice of words what it sounds kind. Kind of Corny to say that, but we found families that would eat in quiet or fight during dinner. They'd take a bite and say well school Goin- what you're telling me shut up. Don't pick on your brother I've had it with you. This is enough to. Did you enjoy dinner eight? That's really what's happening and it's not that the family is failing. We are failing our families, and if we don't make enough time at least a. A Saddam most families didn't even sit down for dinner. That's what the ritual test. Let's see. I think children are in crisis in this country, but children are in crisis only because families are in crisis. That's where it starts. That's what we think that these children just didn't refer to their families much anymore. Children are aware of rituals. They'll pointed out to you. Sometimes. They'll say mom we. We always used to do it that way. We shouldn't do this even the simple act of saying grace I. Don't mean to get too pushy about those type of things, but we saw people. Sam So fast. You couldn't tell her saying grace. Somebody be grabbing, food. What happened to the idea of just sitting down a moment, you know the old idea we used to say. Sit Down and shut up. Okay I. Tell You what we wanted to do. Now. Let's go through the test. Can we do that? The test of the family rituals and our audience is already answered these questions, and perhaps maybe if you watching it home with answer these questions, you'd get a clear idea about where your family is right now I. Question. Does your family move is one unit when it walks a group or does someone dragged behind? I found that very interesting because I said. If you're walking down the street, everybody can't walk at the same time. Honesty families go to shopping centers and you'll see these somebody's lagging behind. The fodders looks discussed. It I'll go sit there. You go shop. I'll meet you in the lot. If you'RE GONNA. Do it. do it together. Okay now. Who who answered that question? No, now why why Antonio Yep? Because whenever I'm walking with my husband, he's either always pushing the child or walking the dog, or whatever so he's far ahead or five behind and there we go as a separate unit else walks is a separate unit. I know. Some people lied on the test to see that. Some people lied on the tests. They want us to think they're to huxtables, not only lie, but some people don't pay enough attention to. My husband is sixty five. He always walks a few steps ahead of I'm always behind standard. Intentional! I tell stem this all the time, too, because his legs are so long that when he takes a step, I have to take one and a half for every step that he takes so we're in the airport and I'm looking like we're from foreign country. Walk Twelve paces behind. A lot I sometimes have to turn around and wonder why she's like a blockbuster. Because your legs are so much longer. Yeah, okay. What does that really isn't the walking style you? Yes, it's certainly cause I'm kind of Tom Lanky to my family alive behind, but this issue the attitude while you're doing this. Is there some attempt interesting family say come on, catch up. Let's all go look at this rather than I'm going to the store you go to. The dresses will lose the kids if we can and will meet in the lot, it's really the attitude is not just the distance. Doesn't that mean in some way that that person feels separate from you? Well, that's the tragedy. Tragedy sounds a little corny, but it's just like we're not really doing this together. We're going to get hurt close. He's gotTa get three pairs of slacks. I'm sick of the shopping any way faster. We get it done. The better somebody's disgusted. That's not doing it together. That's not a ritual. It's a routine routine is just getting done. Ritual is a celebration of the doing
Sony's Iconic PlayStation 2 Anniversary Will Make You Feel Old
"The. Ps Two was released twenty years ago. This is the twentieth anniversary in Japan. Came out later in North America the twentieth anniversary for the PS two pretty. You Know Important Council the Best Song Council of all time obviously massively influential both good and bad for playstation monasteries. Dvd player ever made. Yeah definitely snuck a few. Dvd's into people's homes. And also I think responsible for a lot that we love about playstation and that led to the Hubris of playstation in the PS. Three era coming off the success of the PS two. But I sorta wanted to talk just at large of this being the twenty th anniversary of its original release. We'll talk more about North America. You feel free to take Loki for a bit. He seems to want to go there. Just what were some of your favorite games on the PS two? What's her memories? Do you have about the? Ps Two that did make it either. A bigger maybe smaller part of your gaming life. Lucie does anything offering well. We're currently updating L. Best playstation two games of old timeless and I wrote the BLURBS for a couple of horror games that have really made that system a very special one for me. One was silent hill to Just because I still believe that is the best Horrigan made. I just think it was the most unnerving realization of of sort of mental anguish. That I've ever seen in the video game. I thought it was an incredible realization of what the original kind of was trying to do. I love the original story about silent. Helter was very much like this is what we always wanted to do. I thought it was weird and bizarre and twisted and kind of made me sick and I loved it so that was that was. I think the playstation to help some really fantastic games is what I'm trying to say. The other one was so hard to explain to people who don't like horror y we get into stuff like this conversation my mom. She goes relation. It's like why do you like? What are you? Put yourself through this? It's great like you get scared roasts down. You're like oh spicy food or hard alcohol stuff wrong with bank. Now I know arisen evil four was of course on other systems as well but I played it on the. Ps Two and for me. That was another game changer. That was my game of all time before bloodborne came along. We don't talk about But yeah it was for me for years before was was the one and I. You know I've I've said I've said this before but resnais will full kind of shocked me in in its openness and I. This is a story that I've told a few times. I forgive me if you've had it but you know when you watch night of the living dead for the first time you see that. Zombie stumbling through the the graveyard in broad daylight and it was just so unnerving because it wasn't broad daylight and it was. It was not bump in the night. It wasn't in the shadowy corner it wasn't like a dimly lit bulb it was it was it was just there and I think what risen even Ford it so well really embraced that tera out in the open where just craziness in a very Over way that was so so very unnerving and of course you know tapped into that horrid Mesquita style of open horrors. Well where it's just suddenly. He's just there with the chainsaw. There's no build up. He's just there no you. You felt like you intruded invaded on somebody else's space it wasn't it wasn't like one of those horror movies where there's something under your bed. Yes leeann shows up in this town and there's like a bunch of people standing around with like some chickens and a cow one of them's like and they start trying to kill you pitchforks genuinely. It's just because it's so just it's so it seems so it's so terrifying because it's almost so anti-climax terrifying they were having a perfectly normal. Spanish parasite festival. Showed up your sheerly jacket with your skype phone. And it was just a wonderful system for games and I will never forget it for that so for me. That's my playstation two memory Max. What about you? Oh metal gear solid two down. I don't know what the summer of two thousand two thousand one would have looked like If there wasn't that demo for M. G. S. two or that was on the horizon around the corner I spent that I've talked about this on the show before. But like I spent most of that summer just just messing around on that tanker mission and just tormenting those poor like Spetsnaz guards and just fighting Olga Gulu Kovic repeatedly And then that final game came out and it's like it's such a I mean it's definitely not what I expected I was. It was not expected to do nude cartwheel's inside a giant super arsenal gear or to fight technical president but there was was it get out its tentacle presents the change we want to see in the world. Yeah that game is like I think it's definitely Pete Kajima but in like a good way And it's weird. How much totally anticipated bizarre information? Warfare and mimetic culture of like. What's the Internet going to do? And then it was like well here. We are I love that. I love that dearly. yeah. I don't know I think that is a beautiful pic. It'll get solitaire is is an incredible game Brian I know you and I had a conversation. You can wash Nigerian dot com about this. But what about for you? What really stands out from the library as a startling gaming memory for you In terms of the Games for me it was definitely the GTE's synonymous with that system. It was one of those things where they they just fell endlessly gigantic and it just fell completely unconstrained in ways that I hadn't really experienced since you know I can't even think maybe like stuff like Mario. Sixty four came close right was it was like playing something where you're like okay. The training wheels are off. I can I can head into this level and I can tackle this anyway. I want just sitting down. Gte and being like. I have one hundred missions to do or or I'm just the devil and I'm going to cause nothing but chaos for hundred hours earlier people with a helicopter. The victimless victimless crime. According to the copy I I just I love that feeling of playing something like San Andreas. And just wrecking show. Like you. Go in your. I often go to the store going to do submissions. And you bump into a one car and some guys like hey and you shoot them. And then a cop's like hey did you see the cop and the forty seconds later. You're like in your boxer shorts on a roof like shooting at tags. Gol Kill all of you like I imagined that methods like where you're just like. Wow this escalated and then you wake up Holly Rolling Camera Spins around. I have no idea where I am now. And you walk back outside and you're like Oh my God that's Weird Hospital Anyway High. Like I love that. There's really nothing else like that. And more and more open world games have have captured that and recapture that. But like that is that is the. Ps Two era for me is playing big crazy insanely violent cinematic rockstar games.
Shaping the Emerging Bioeconomy
"Trump administration today about technology and how Whoa doesn't understand. Its potential to reshape the economy. Yeah so I can't speak for the White House So I think Alexander Titus was the gentleman who you are referring to spokane Zimbabwe. I Alexander was involved in the bio calm the day and he was also with us during the congressional as well so I can only speak to what we've learned and what we are speaking on and educating legislators and policy-makers around And I will tell you that. This effort has largely been bipartisan. We met with science technology and Space Committee And and the representatives that appeared were equal sides of of of the aisle. Everybody sees this as as a huge focus for For the United States and making sure that we drive this economic development so I can't speak specifically to wear the White House or you know individual congressional leaders stand on the issue. I can say from our experience. We've received very positive feedback including the White House visits but also on the hill as well. I know in two thousand twelve. The Obama Administration had published a national bio comic blueprint. This included a set of strategic investments intended to lay the foundation the nation for a future bio Konami is that roadmap still being used in any way wasn't executed on wasn't successful. Yeah IT'S A. It's a great question and I you know again speaking personally. I was living in Germany at that time so it wasn't. I wasn't too involved in in the creation nations that the documentary that process. I am familiar with it I have reviewed the documents. I will say that it definitely aligns. Too much of the initiatives that that we feel are important important to ensuring that the bio Tommy doesn't forward You know there is current legislation that is under consideration There's a bill. Hr Four three seven. Three which is the Engineering Biology Investment Bill. And so this has been In Committee for an extended period of time and I'm happy to share air that passed out of committee Right before the The recessed now back in session the prior to the recess they pass out of committee and this is one of I legislative priorities. The bottom line is to ensure that. Hr Four three seven three. which is the engineering? Biology Investment Act Get sponsorship and we're looking to really drive have this Into both the House and we've got good one site to support on the house and then finding sponsors in the Senate of driving across the line but again this is a perfect good example of of how we feel. We can be active and really advocating for these types of bills. which really look at? How are we allocating funds and infrastructure picture to support the development of our economy infrastructure being basic science training all the way through to it and computational signs of a shorter required to really orange biology? Maybe you can touch on some of the other policy issues of concern. Are you focused on. Issues of regulation workforce in public investment in our D-. What are the big issues driving the concerns of industry right now? Yeah I mean so many of those things that are important to us so so you know. Regulation is important elements of the industry and you feel that. Proper regulation comes from proper education. So our focus now is really educate h Regulators and policymakers around the opportunity as well as areas where regulation may be required Investment is a huge area that we're looking at and I you know I use similar. We know that. NIH funding has significantly increased over many many years Below we've seen as we've seen a reallocation of funds ends with an age and so on colleges become a huge area funding. And if you look back ten fifteen twenty years ago it was a smaller area. Funding overall financing hasn't changed significantly. We've had ones. We are trying to drive much of that again by autonomy alliance to look at areas where we feel incremental investments or require player and perhaps it can be a real alignment of of internal funds and resources but it's not exclusively through an age you mentioned. Dod Darva Department of Energy Number of entities are actively engaging in creating the Viacom in manufacturing and bringing more through biology but other owners for Russell important as well you know workforce issues is important that we have access to the smartest most driven best trained scientists on the planet. And you want them to you come to the United States and working business established business and want to ensure that those who are here in the United States have a have a line of sites who in education that will enable for them to move into the workforce that is a biological workforce versus perhaps a industrial base workforce. So all of us topics are very important. Join US are there big challenges that need to be addressed through precompetitive issues that need to be solved by public private partners ars. So it's it's it's a great question you know I'll say the have you know we have great examples incredible public private partnerships such as the first genome. Don't project right To sequence I I Hema Jim was was the joints between age and genome sciences and different commercial entities. is in fact when I was on the hill. I kind of preface my comments with me just think about what is the next moonshot project for our vile economy or biological thinkers in the country. You know the the Human Genome Project was one of those moon shots and we've got a lot of others out there that we should think about you. Know from fundamentally a trying to sedate the operating mechanism for biology and understanding what biological components can be put together into organisms to due to drive a new paradigm and manufacturing to really get into understanding Inter Cellular Communication Nation. And how do we look at creating environments of microbes that can communicate with each other respond to stimuli responsive wind. Listen to different response. which may again from a manufacturing process produce a compound or remediate? Something that's happening in the nature So a lot of big challenges could be put on the table and this is one of the kind of I'll say the thought experiments we've done Tommy Lines. What are some of the asset we could go for? And that's what we're working together positioning papers when you think about the biggest barriers to realizing the potential of the opportunities force today what you said they are scientific holocene economic or something else. Yes so so I believe eight largely at scientific at this point and I say that because you know as we've seen scientific innovation and come online we see the economics around that scientific innovation come together quite quickly and we can all that pretty pretty routinely as we look at you know you know go back to the example precision. Helter you know the advent next turner she sequencing sequencing targeted sequencing Really enabled us to lose today. The biology hav driver mutations within tumors which then of course informs which therapies are are prescribed to the individual. I think we're at a similar precedence. Right now and understanding biology from a manufacturing perspective of food due to feed materials perspective. Where you still fundamentally don't understand the rules to biology and I'll say that this is the largest challenge around synthetic biology synthetic biology being a interesting blend in biology and engineering and computational science you know from engineering perspective if you understand hand all the principal components you can build anything and I think when we initially went down the road of synthetic biology thought? Well we'll figure out what the parts are living organism that we can combine those into a new organism and we've learned that biologists complex and we don't really understand those principal components hence we need the new tools to loosening those components. Soon we do. We'll see those economic models fall in line so to your question. I I do believe that way now. The scientific challenge is the largest challenge. which is what we focused on through? The vital COMU- lines and ensuring that funding is flowing to the proper areas of research to enable that elucidation the principal components to enable development of the Diakonie. Jason Ganic Chief Commercial Officer script at a founding member of the bio combines. Is Jason. Thanks so much for your time. Today it was a pleasure. Thank you so much.
"helter" Discussed on KTOK
"Member Brian Stelter helter skelter this is a low IQ. miscreant even by CNN standards. any actually blames conservatives for trying to tear down CNN's CI a Kremlin spy story. which of course was torn down by the New York time shockingly enough. hat tip daily caller check this one out cut eleven go hi Jim one of most expose a parts of your report and by the way it's Jim sciutto. who was a key and a bomb of employee. political appointee and he course mood swings back. and works at CNN. and he and his story been totally discredit. totally discredited member the Russia story. we'll go ahead. hi Jim one of us was a part of your report I said the following is that a person directly involved in the discussions to the removal of the Russians by was driven in part by concerns the trump administration repeatedly mishandled classified intelligent now here's what's amazing about this that's not what happened. that's not what happened. trump and his advisers on his administration this was a this was somebody who was known beforehand but anyway go ahead. go ahead for me to expose in the covert source as a spy now that is shocking and many pro trump outlets commentators trying to tear down the reporting and say it might not be true do you stand out there he's trying to rehabilitate him. it wasn't pro trump allies and commentators it was shockingly it was the New York times the did it. The New York Times that pointed out the story was false in so many words. Brian Stelter is it low I. Q. propagandist Charlie is. get up every morning assuming it does. trying to figure out. how to get a cupcake and then trying to figure out. how to destroy trump fox news conservatives trump supporters. he's he's a clown. go ahead later whatever said it would not have gone there if we didn't trust the sources involvement information and what the sources were wrong. and Brian Stelter is blaming conservatives trump supporters and trump outlets. when the New York times exposed him. now on the same show yesterday that thankfully none of you watched starter is upset that the Democrats are **** up their messaging on impeachment. what if I told you know. the media lead the Democrats the Democratic Party press. I understand some of the backbenchers in this business admin regurgitating that I like I said no they didn't. ask them when they first said it. cut twelve go the I word president trump is winning in the messaging more about impeachment Democrats are losing and I'm noticing that the dems are under increasing pressure including the members of the media to explain their makes messaging so here so here we go he's up so you say look. you need to keep trashing the president directly trash the president traction explain why needs to be removed. crimes and lawlessness trump and his administration trumping stay focused keep hammering. this is my directive to you I'm one of the lead propaganda sees thinking that's my address stop fighting over you know whether you should be in page whether he should be impeached and so forth go for it with gusto and be specific. this is Brian Stelter helter skelter. go ahead to communicate you know whenever impeachment is in the air there are stories about the process stories about the substance process someone in substance on the other this is actually true in all sorts of political coverage with Nixon the substance was about crimes and cover ups with Clinton it was about lying under oath and obstructing justice with trump journalists uncovering allegations of corruption okay. just keep on covering them ladies and gents leg name one. corruption is a loaded word. corruption suggest criminality name one. not one supposition. not I'm connecting the dots not someone stones investigating something one example of actual corruption. there's no example many corruption. this guy should not be doing knows he should not be on TV I would even let him near the the fryer McDonald's I wouldn't trust them. this guy should be in a padded room. with the people so we can all look in a watch and bounce around. go ahead. the list of potentially impassioned up you idiot I can't take you either. me talk to regular Americans as opposed to jerks like him your regular Americans. can I challenge him to a debate recently Mr producer. they never got back to you. you don't Friday we had a call from a young man named Isaac from Pasco Washington he said he is a doctor young man I don't like calling people that you are a person. he said look I and I I'm. I'm here on doctor but I support president trump. Isaac how are you I'm not going to learn about yourself I'm doing very well anyway I wanted to give you air time because as it was fascinating. you raised it but we ran out of time so you go right ahead the floor is yours. well I just want like I said I'm I've been here since I was about eight years old. pretty much is all I've ever known my whole life living here in this country but anyway I just want to say that I am I am really really. I guess I guess I get a happy. with what president trump is doing because you know I I always used to just watch like. any any and every single news outlet and math. even in Spanish. in the rain he there's that and then but listen to you when are you basically just talk radio Rush Limbaugh and everybody and I and you know just to get a. get out of the regular stuff is out there and man you know it you are so worried about your country the outlook telling the call screener I mean I should be afraid and whenever he leaves what whoever comes comes right behind them I mean. yeah that gets you is that the constitution is under attack constantly constantly and nobody's doing nothing about it like fear three we'll have to figure out how to trade you for say Elizabeth Warren. near a wind farm gate like he they were calling him a racist because he told what's her name hello mark yes laughter if you if you like it you know I would love to take a spot any day he. let me ask you something Isaac how old are you. I right now I am thirty five well let me ask a question. is there a way for you to legalize your status that is. apply through the routine course of things even while you're in this country. our that's far as I know there is none really yeah. but if you're outside this country you can. arm now I'm like no no but if you're outside this country you can seek to come into this country legally so my question is. your inside this country can you seek to be it in this country legally have you talk to a lawyer anybody yeah I have five five I have that one back in the well it but not before the a I got the Dhaka. I went to stick the needle I was the book well hi I told you but not on the call before I eat I mean if I enroll in the armed forces when September eleven happened. or I try to and I was denied because of my citizenship and that's why I realize I tell you what I'll tell you what I want you to I can't make any promises I'm I'm curious about this. a Mister producer. it said get me Isaacs phone number. we're trying to come up with a lawyer to see how this this works I'm no expert I'm not looking for any special privileges special pleading on behalf of Isaac. but if there is a legitimate legal existing under immigration law process here to be aware of it here to be made aware. I'm not encouraging illegal immigration or anything of the kind and you know what else I think it's interesting. you were brought here when you're eight years old a lot of people. who are so so called the. okay individuals you know they came here when they're in their twenties and thirties. yeah. you know you were eight there is a little bit of a difference there I think don't hang up we'll get the information thank you for your call I much appreciate it. now many of you gonna be mad at me but that guy sounds like a patriot doesn't Mister minister. I would trade him for any liberal you understand what I'm saying. I'm I'm quite serious about this. unfortunately doesn't work that way does it. look at his contempt for Omar he said I trade places with her any day. I bet he would. bart Dallas Texas the great W. B. A. P. go. hi mark how are you all right how are you Sir I'm doing all right Uranian I came here back when Carter what ET sac forty years ago in my car destroyed Iran yes yes and I came down here done without the couple of things that you were talking about today about attacking you're wrong number one that daily economy destroyed already because the day dealing with Russia and Europe and bring everything from outside so there's nothing inside the Ron that you could do and they closed all the factories or whatever it was that people don't have jobs and people tired of that day the rising up and if Obama through time. that bill to the back. well he he knew many pump money into the regime one time the money and the others are people rise up against the regime for the election and then he didn't back them up otherwise you wouldn't be on this match today here. but the problem is that if. probably doing a right smart way to deal with these people if you remember when they get judge it exactly and he didn't fight back these people are waiting to start a war well maybe so maybe they'll get what they're waiting for I suspect that the once you get past the first military tear it's pretty weak that's my guess and I'm also guessing that the people. maybe not all the people but a sizeable number of people are gonna rise up against a regime thank you for your call my friend will be right back. van. I'm a research director and I'm a delivery driver I spent a lot of time in my car so you've got options my playlist it's cold play only one pilot to some podcasts audiobooks well I kind of like to be in control when you keep us in your play list you stay in control of your day stay current on what's happening in the news. it's going to be like.
"helter" Discussed on WJR 760
"Member Brian Stelter helter skelter this is a low IQ. miss grant even by CNN standards. any actually blames conservatives for trying to tear down CNN's CIA Crumlin spy story. which of course was torn down by the New York time shockingly enough. tip daily caller check this one out cut a lemon go hi Jim one of most explosive parts of your report and by the way it's Jim sciutto. who was a key and a bomb of employee. political appointee and he course mood swings back. and works at CNN. and he and his story been totally discredit. totally discredited member the Russia story. well go ahead. hi Jim one of us was a part of your report as for the following you said a person directly involved in the discussions to the removal of the Russians by was driven in part by concerns the trouble is a ministration repeatedly miss handle classified intelligence now here's what's amazing about this that's not what happened. that's not what happened. trump and his advisers in his administration this was a this was somebody who was known beforehand anyway go ahead. go ahead for me to expose in the covert source as a spy now that is shocking and many pro trump outlets commentators trying to tear down the reporting and say it might not be true do you stand out here he's trying to rehabilitate him. it wasn't pro trump allies and commentators it was shockingly it was the New York times the did it. The New York Times that pointed out the story was false in so many words. Brian Stelter is it low I. Q. propagandist Charlie is. get every morning assuming it does. trying to figure out. how to get a cupcake and then trying to figure out. how to destroy Tromp fox news conservatives trump supporters. he's he's a clown. go ahead. one hundred percent a a meeting would not have gone there if we didn't trust the sources involvement information and what the sources were wrong. Brian Stelter is blaming conservatives trump supporters and trump outlets. when the New York times exposed him. now the same show yesterday that thankfully none of you watch starter is upset that the Democrats are **** up their messaging on impeachment. what if I told you now. the media leave the Democrats the Democratic Party press. I understand some of the backbenchers in this business have been regurgitating that like I said no they didn't. S. them when they first said it. cut twelve go the I word president trump is winning in the messaging more about impeachment Democrats are losing and I'm noticing that the dems are under increasing pressure including the members of the media to explain their makes messaging center here so here we go he's up so you say look. you need to keep trashing the president directly trash the president traction explain why needs to be removed. crimes and lawlessness trump and his administration trumping stay focused keep hammering. this is my directive to you I'm one of the lead propaganda sees thinking that's my address stop fighting over you know whether you should be in page whether he should be impeached and so forth go for it with gusto and be specific. this is Brian Stelter helter skelter. go ahead to communicate you know whenever impeachment is in the air there are stories about the process stories about the substance process someone in substance on the other this is actually true in all sorts of political coverage with Nixon the substance was about crimes and cover up to Clinton it was about lying under oath and obstructing justice with trump journalists uncovering allegations of corruption okay. just keep on covering them ladies and gents name one. corruption is a loaded word. corruption suggest criminality name one. not one supposition. not I'm connecting the dots not someone zones investigating something one example of actual corruption. there's no example many corruption. this guy should not be doing knows he should not be on TV I would even let him near the the fryer McDonald's I wouldn't trust them. this guy should be in a padded room. with the people so we can all look in a watch and bounce around. go ahead. the list of potentially impact shut up you idiot I can't take you either. me talk to regular Americans as opposed to jerks like him your regular Americans. can I challenge him to a debate recently Mr producer. they never got back to you. not Friday we had a call from a young man named Isaac from Pasco Washington he said he is a doctor young man I don't like calling people that you are a person. he said look I and I I'm. on doctor but I support president trump. Isaac how are you I'm not going to learn about yourself I'm doing very well anyway I wanted to give you air time because that was fascinating. you raised it but we ran out of time so you go right ahead the floor is yours. well I just was like I said I'm I've been here since I was about eight years old. pretty much is all I've ever known my whole life is living here in this country but anyway I just want to say that I am I am really really. I guess I guess I guess they happy. with what president trump is going because you know I I always used to just watch like. any any and every single news outlet and math even in Spanish. he will raise their issues that and then but listen to you when are you basically just talk radio Rush Limbaugh and everybody and I and you know just to get a. get out of the regular stuff is out there and man you know it you are so worried about your country the article on the call screener I mean I should be afraid and whenever he leaves what whoever comes comes right behind them I mean. yes good to have that that the other constitutions is under attack constantly constantly and nobody's doing nothing about it like seriously we'll have to figure out how to trade you for say Elizabeth Warren. need a wired world like he they were calling him a racist because he told what's her name hello mark yes laughter if you if you like it you know I would love to decker spot any day he. let me ask you something Isaac how old are you. I right now I am thirty five well let me ask a question. is there a way for you to legalize your status that is. apply through the routine course of things even while you're in this country. our that's far as I know there is none really yeah. but if you're outside this country you can. it now unless unless like if you're outside this country you can seek to come into this country legally so my question is. your inside this country can you seek to be it in this country legally have you talked to a lawyer anybody yeah I have five five I have that one back in la well it but not before the a I got the doctor. I went to see you know I was the book well hi I told you but not on the call before I eat I mean if I enroll in the armed forces when September eleven happened. or I try to and I was denied because of my citizenship and that's when I realized they tell you what I'll tell you what I want you to I can't make any promises I'm I'm curious about this. Mr producer. let's say get me Isaacs phone number. trying to come up with a lawyer to see how this this works I'm no expert I'm not looking for any special privileges special pleading on behalf of Isaac. but if there is a legitimate legal existing under immigration law process he ought to be aware of it here to be made aware. I'm not encouraging illegal immigration or anything of the kind and you know what else I think it's interesting. you were brought here when you're eight years old a lot of people. who are so so called the. okay individuals you know they came here when they're in their twenties and thirties. yeah. you know you're right there is a little bit of a difference there I think don't hang up we'll get the information thank you for your call I much appreciate it. now many of you gonna be mad at me but that guy sounds like a patriot doesn't Mister minister. I would trade him for any liberal you understand what I'm saying. I'm I'm quite serious about this. unfortunately doesn't work that way does it. look at his contempt for Omar he said I trade places with her any day. I bet he would. bart Dallas Texas the great W. B. A. P. go. hi mark how are you all right how are you I'm doing all right on me or any and I came here back when Carter what do you do you sack forty years ago in my car destroyed Iran yes yes and I came down here done without the couple of things that you were talking about today about tacking you're wrong number one that daily economy destroyed already because the day dealing with Russia and Europe and bring everything from outside so there's nothing inside the Ron that you could do and they closed all the factories or whatever it was that people don't have jobs and people tired of that date the rising up and if Obama two times he. that goes to the back one hundred I hear you many pump money into the regime one time the money and the other side people rise up against the regime for the election and he did a back back to mop the other you wouldn't be in this mess today here. the problem is that if. probably doing a right smart way to deal with these people if you remember when they get judge it exactly and he didn't fight back these people are waiting to start a war well maybe so maybe they'll get what they're waiting for I suspect that the once you get past the first military tear it's pretty weak that's my guess and I'm also guessing that the people. maybe not all the people but a sizeable number of people are going to rise up against the regime. thank you for your call my.
"helter" Discussed on KNSS
"That song helter skelter that was specifically cited by Charlie Manson as being something that influenced him do we know what he said that song told him to do or what the influence was well I I I just think it influenced him from a murder perspective he for some reason Blake when he did the Manson following he wanted to try to start race riots and hit all these different bizarre beliefs of things that he wanted to do but basically you know in my opinion he was mentally ill and the music would speak to him in a a he would think like okay this this music is telling me to go kill this person or I'm gonna go have you know checks watch and do all this killing for me it was just kind of like you had these people around him and it's like whatever he said they would just go and do it and so as someone that has power the more power you have you just got worse and worse and when he arm became what we would consider to be a public figure for very nefarious reasons you know we see we see things like who swastikas tattooed on his forehead I mean it came a little bit later but you know the man clearly it was very very disturbed and yet he was able to get you said at one point a hundred people to be what we would call followers are disciples or what or something I mean that is I I almost think there's something mystical going on there I definitely agree whenever I see like in astrology when we see someone having multiple planets and for example your sun sign represents who you're trying to be in this lifetime and then merge trees how you think and benefits how you love and Mars is your energy so we had multiple planets in Scorpio it was like almost like all his chart was in Scorpio so it made him very intense and obsessive and controlling and also extremely intelligent and very intuitive and he could have like if you went towards the light he could have been this really great mystical figure you could have you know been a religious person be a a priest or a preacher but instead he decided to use it for evil on part of the problem was just like the California parole board said he had a history of manipulation he was schizophrenic he had paranoid delusional behavior that's why he could listen to say helter skelter and think that it's like go kill all these people but what was really weird is like when he got to Los Angeles like in the early nineteen sixty may sixty eight he had met and aspiring musician Gary Hinman who is a music teacher and he's the one that actually introduced him to Dennis Wilson of the beach boys and everyone thought he was really charming and you know musically like they thought he was gifted any might have something and that's how he got interviews to Terry Melcher and they were all kind of like impressed lake you know here's this guy and he's got these kind of group of followers and he almost had a recording contract sorry to cut you off we have to go to break and we'll be right back to continue its beyond reality rate boundary.
"helter" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"And remember the first time I walked in that place was like wow this is a minor league baseball team and they have are replete locked so I loved ones my great play baseball there you could sit so close to him he was delayed in the field yeah can I just say yeah I was sitting here is riveted as you guys are less Tom o'neil talking about they've the Manson case mine I'm everything we think it is back yeah as a result of the book helter skelter a lot of it is fiction he gets eminence Bugliosi his own hand writing that some of the the stuff that he comes forward he he doesn't even want to tell people how many actual people he's interviewed no because the numbers as high as the number of people turned him down yeah and how many I eat you know how old he lost his first publisher you is five hundred thousand dollars in debt that the book will severely threatened assumes whom serum and so we'll Vinson yes he he he sat down with Manson I never knew he sat down with Vincent they both would tape record each other because you know he was eight Bugliosi was a prosecutor and the district attorney right you know so they would tape each other right yeah I'm o'neill talk to Manson as well yes yeah talk to Debra Tate Sharon Tate's dad I mean he had as many people talk to him is wooden tactile yeah the music industry in the Hollywood people all clamp down in a lot of it we had to do with Manson supplied to girls and we were at the orgy use our Honda at these parties it's incredible and Terry Melcher had one in his party group was called the golden penetrators fall Henny would have birdies at his mom door stays house I mean hello this book is scandal in the house too we're not gonna do vintage scandal today this ballot would enter zero dollars cast you know your star from three thirty to four but it is I know they did it he's not ever disputing battling does take a look at why was Manson kept getting arrested and then Breene released to get interested in being released and everyone in Hollywood immediately suspected Manson that's how many social circles he had crossed into in Hollywood and music because he was he would get ninety because of there was a lot of turf and goal yeah there was times when yeah deed for her I think that's why I never did Alice C. I read I read helter skelter in seventh grade and I was that was the thing is that I was like I'm never doing that because that such a big part of that book all the acid it is I know why they raise and also in the sixties they were like experimenting with that for four different mental is different mental health things mind control they were it was a new thing in yeah yeah Kerry grant talked about how his depression quite some time it wasn't even a legal right to you could you could take the stuff yeah anyway sorry we were to get to jeopardy all right okay not.
"helter" Discussed on 600 WREC
"That's when I knew wow yeah I think they're capable of murder they'd they'd murdered they they didn't murder this helter skelter is not just a mind game the children like to play mind games and it was real as rock I had just I had been picked up by the police and I'd spent like twenty four hours you know in the that the police department and the like the officer that is picked me up from all lance you know for vagrancy or you know he thought I was a runaway didn't have any ID he never took me up to independence and you know I just gave them my name on my fake ID and they call center a county because they'd been arrested in Ventura county with that fake ID and so they let me go and that police officer took me do with home you know I had a bad sunburn they treat my sunburn I took a shower you know they gave me some clean clothes to wear I flipped on there for us how old should be and that's a just war will pick it up because that's when things turn around very interesting and I I told you is candid in I apologize for any language you weren't expecting but this is the story of what it was like to be inside the Manson family coast to coast AM this is the main paper and food services looking for people in it for the long haul we're.
"helter" Discussed on Crimes of Passion
"To leave a five star review where ever you're listening it really does help the last week we explored Charles Manson's troubled childhood in and out of juvenile facilities as an adult. He spent another another ten years in prison but despite his criminal tendencies Charles had an amazing talent for manipulating people when he was released from prison in nineteen sixty seven Charles used his power of manipulation to attract a following of lost vulnerable people who were desperate for love love and guidance he called his group of two dozen disciples the family under Charles's guidance they spent their day squatting at spahn ranch in Seamy Amy Valley taking drugs participating in group sex and listening to Charles Lecture about a coming race war which he called helter skelter but by July of nineteen sixty nine Charles thoughts and actions were turning increasingly violent after dispute with a drug dealer her name Martha Papa Charles went to lots of poppas apartment shot him and left him for dead but.
"helter" Discussed on Crimes of Passion
"Paint was a strange message coach helter skelter hi I'm Lena hops and this is crimes of passion apar- cast original the legal definition of a crime of passion is a violent crime that occurs in the throes of extreme emotion leaving no time to reflect on the consequences but in this show we explore passionate crimes primes how does a marriage progress from husband and wife to killer and victim or killer and co-conspirator if there's visit them mind between love and hate what manipulates our relationships and a deadly results last week we explorer Charles Manson's troubled troubled childhood in and out of juvenile facilities as an adult. He spent another ten years in prison but despite his criminal tendencies Charles had an amazing talent for manipulating people when he was released from prison in nineteen sixty seven Charles used this power of manipulation addition to attract a following of lost vulnerable people who were desperate for love and guidance he called his group of two dozen disciples the family family under Charles Guidance they spent their day squatting at Spahn ranch and seamy valley taking drugs participating in group sex and listening to Charles Lecture about a coming race war which he called helter skelter but by July of nineteen sixty nine Charles's thoughts and actions were turning increasingly violent after a dispute with a drug dealer named.
"helter" Discussed on KTRH
"Do this is coast to coast AM with George in that the Beatles helter skelter force becomes the title of Vincent because the movie sis bought it becomes sort of the overarching umbrella theory that he developed to explain Charles Manson and his followers why they carried out the the murders the Beatles are secretly sending him coded messages through their records and he instructs his followers to go kill certain people and how in the heck does a guy like Charles Manson get people to do that kind of stuff that essentially become Manchurian candidates carry out his will when none of them really had violent past violent histories are all the petty crimes things of that sort really get into that in a moment with my guest Tom o'neil author of chaos Charles Manson the CIA and the secret history of the sixties we are back newsradio seven forty K. T. R. H. it's not marijuana it's C. B. D. no prescription a hundred percent legal and available to my listeners from C. B. distillery dot com here are the facts when it comes to C. B. D. cannibal dial the reported health benefits can be very very compelling CBD is the potent compound extracted from the hemp version of cannabis you may associated with marijuana but there's a different C. B. D. may offer many of.
From Sharon Tate and Bruce Lee to Rick Dalton and Cliff Booth, here's what's real and what's fake in 'Once Upon a Time in Hollywood'
"It's my pleasure Mister Schwartz your son was done double click moves double feature well you know it's gonna be a little shooting a quick turns you know movie how are you Paul I'm good mark are you you know what though that that's a little misleading when it comes to the amount of violence in this movie isn't it there is not nearly what you've seen and you know the inglorious **** he fully type of thing this is definitely the violence level is toned down from there that said when there is violence in this movie it is totally brutal just like anything Quinn turned Tino's done Mr Tarantino is requesting that we not give away too much and I would argue with him but let's run down some of the things that maybe we can share and that would be the backdrop of nineteen sixty nine Hollywood in a very interesting your you know with the moon landing anniversary for last week with stock you have culture shifts Vietnam and you have Rick Dalton that's Leonardo di Caprio he's a fictional character along with cliff booth another fictional character played by Brad Pitt so Rick Dalton is a kind of a washed up actor's been doing a lot of television shows he's trying to get his career back on track he's worried about the future his driver used to be a stuntman cliff booth played by Brad Pitt is kinda relegated to being a go for but all this is set up against the backdrop of Charlie Manson and his cult in United by nineteen year old son to the screen the other night I said how much you know about Charles Manson and he didn't know a whole lot and I was trying to tell them about the Tate la Bianca murders Sharon Tate very popular actress shoes I think you married to Rohan Pulaski at the time and he of course can come back to this country at the time and that is not what this movie's about though is it I mean it's the backdrop not liking glories **** will war to an ad a filler and the **** with a backdrop that was not a there was a fictionalized account of what happened or what could have happened maybe an alternative reality I remember at the time I ask what insurance you know about that I said my interview in for that movie I said what would you say to the you know to the I don't even know if I use the word complaint but some people think this is revisionist history give me a very insightful answer I wish I could pull up the audio I I haven't done that this week but it's important because the backdrop is everything going on with some of these real characters and you meet some people who unfortunately we know outside of Charles Manson like squeaky for who tried to assassinate president Ford you also meet these people who are part of this winter charging a world like al Pacino's character Marvin Schwartz who's a Hollywood producer Kurt Russell plays a director Luke Perry's in this movie Timothy Oliphant Damian Lewis stars as Steve McQueen someone else who obviously is real so it's a mixture of fiction and reality and beyond that what would you like to say about the story you can use it most of it quite frankly on that it's kinda like alternate reality it's part fictional part real part things you know part things maybe you don't in any kind of meld them together to create this interesting universe that is typical of Quentin Tarantino he loves to take take this universe set usually in this sixties seventies type of era in create something new and that's what he does here with this film he creates just a new look at what what if you know it's not the idea once upon a time in Hollywood will once upon a time is the way my daughter always wanted me to recite bedtime stories start with once upon a time right is this is one tornadoes fairytale sort of a love letter fairy tale The Hollywood now it is when it when it comes to it I was trying to educate myself a little bit on the Manson's I don't know if that's important or not because it's not the same history what I would say about this we let me let me talk with the good first of all there's a lot of good in here I mean the recreation of the Spahn ranch were Charlie Manson spent a lot of his time with his cold is really incredible I read helter skelter and some of these things just came back to life for me you have the recreation of Hollywood Boulevard in Westwood village in the push get theater in the a query cedar peaches records we have those here in Saint Louis old school talk about all these things and this is not digitally recreated he shot this movie on film thirty five millimeter film unfortunately we did not get a a thirty five millimeters screening here in Saint Louis but I mean the production detail Paul I think this pretty safe bet this movie is gonna rack up I'm not saying it's good with Best Picture it is going to rack up some awards when it comes to costume design set design production the music fantastic let me give you a sample of that like deep purple right here
Paul McCartney Brings Ringo Starr to the Stage for End-of-Tour Surprise
"Will Paul McCartney save the best surprise for the last stop on his US tour and appearance Saturday night from Ringo Starr in their way to help her at Dodger Stadium he had just performed the first dibs on course on his birthday what he said have a little surprise for you the one and only Ringo Starr I was lucky enough to be Justin's Dodger Stadium what was it like to be there was pandemonium hi unbelievable Ringo came out and sang on sergeant pepper's lonely hearts club band then they moved into helter skelter in that that that the final encore golden slumbers the end and they brought a Joe Walsh for an epic for guitar solo at the end of the show have you recovered yet no I never will amazing
"helter" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"And it is a very, very stupid idea, people are putting stencils on their body while they lay out and not putting any sunblock on it. So when they get the sun, they get basically burn in the shape of that, too. And then it stands out. Don't do not good burner. Skinned people, their personage helter looking for you plan. All right. Thank you Gandhi. Great teas while can earn. He has claimed that he invented a game. Oh, did he and you know every time he says he invents a game he ends up? We ended up playing a game we've all played for like. Invented by Parker brothers or something like that. Where is it? Hey round had. Get in here. He's running down the hall. He's been working diligently on this. I've seen like he he locked himself in the office to perfect his game. Oh my God. Oh, he just jumped over a chair on round head. Get in here the couch. Yes, sir. Gregory. What is this game that you've claim to hold on? Hold on. Okay. I'm ready to go. What's up, okay? You invented a game. Of course. I did. I'm a genius. What is so funny? I'm brilliant. What is it? Why can't tell you now why we're not ready? You bet. They're like creating a chef never lets his his guests eat the food before it's ready to be served when it's ready to be served, you'll eat it then. Cocky man, is it a fun game? What is it? Of course. It's a fun game. Fun as my middle. Name doesn't have not. It has a name. It has everything. Why can't tell you is it a board? Game doesn't have lights. Now, Elvis Duran. You've taught me one thing we cannot play a board game on the radio the audience part of. Trivia game or something like that. Maybe he has nothing. John out right now to tell you is that there are sound involved. Okay. All right, good. Can tell what we do because we were all audio and that's what you've taught me. Right. If you're on the radio, you gotta give the right by the way, I had so much fun sharing the video of view dressed, as a slutty be okay. I central park or outside. It was great. Great footage showing it to people all weekend, long came and told me they said Greg, t your fat. Oh. No, I'm not kidding. People. Called me fat fat. Shame. And one person said I was a fat sausage. Right plates..
Sheriff: “The will of a 13-year-old girl is what broke this case”
"Taken too soon and just a sign of a sign of the times. It's it's really a sad thing to happen into in our town, corona the daughter of a retired. Sheriff sergeant was shot and killed while investigating a traffic fresh last night. The suspect later killed himself says AP radio news three people are dead. Some twenty three other cert- fourteen in. Critical condition after a double decker bus slammed into a transit helter and Ottawa Canada today. Police chief Charles bordello tells C TV I want to express my sorrow on cannolis. Of the police service and other first responders to the loved ones and the families of those individuals involved several of the injured remained remain in serious condition. Bordello says the bus driver was arrested after the crash. He didn't provide details on why she was detained mayor. Jim Watson says two of those killed were on the bus. The other was in the shelter. An eighteen year old Saudi woman who says she was abused by her family and feared for her life. If sent back has left Thailand for Canada, which has granted her asylum. She's flying Toronto, by way of soul. NBC reaches a settlement deal and cuts ties with Megan Kelly who lost her morning show
Manson family follower recommended for parole: media
"Liz Warner California parole board has recommended parole for a former follower of late cult leader. Charles Manson, convicted of what people believe may have been the very first so-called Manson family murder helter skelter, that's what Matt's and call the chaos that would ensue if the murders of actress, Sharon Tate, Leno, and Rosemary labianca and others would be pinned on African Americans. The first murder, however on July twenty six nine hundred sixty nine two weeks before the Tate lobby slayings was at the hand of Manson follower. Bobby Beausoleil who stabbed musician. Gary hinman at the behest of Manson because Inman reportedly would not give them back money for some bad drugs. Lay told the BBC years ago that none of the so called family members really knew what they trust in spite of the recommendation, incoming governor Gavin Newsom could still
"helter" Discussed on Dishing Up Nutrition
"Cortisol is going to be higher your choices around foods are going to be poor. Right. You know, want more you're gonna have more sugar Craig when we're sleep deprived, we crave sweets. Yes. Yeah. Oh, and I could totally attest to this as going through those younger in just kind of feel like I'm coming out of this phase of little babies and young kids do not sleep. Well, and not getting enough sleep and up throughout the night. I can tell you that my quarters all levels were definitely a lot higher. When I was not getting enough sleep. I you know to get my adequate amount of sleep. I have to go really early. I get up super early in the morning. So I'm getting ready for bed at eight o'clock at night most nights to get myself to sleep at the right time. Absolutely. And it's worth it. It's it is worth it. I struggled with insomnia for years and having that connection in my life where I my quality of sleep. I, you know, I've I've become a little sleep Nazi in my world because I understand the relationship. So bio chemically, you know, what happens when you're under chronic stress of all those components. You were talking about all when you're under stress the cortisol releases glucose. Yep. Into your bloodstream to handle that stressful event. And if you don't use up all that glucose, the extra glucose gets stored as Gus what belly fat that. So for example, you use up all the glucose when you frantically pick up the the rear end of car to save someone, you know, we all know the story someone's pinned under a car, but when you're driving. Helter skelter, and you're not so you're not late picking up the kids from daycare. I mean that's stressful. You're in traffic, you don't use up that extra glucose that was poured into your system and all of the anews glucose from that stressful car ride gets stored as belly fat. Because remember our belly fat has all those cortisol receptors right times four times. So it's this thing give it your shopping all that sugar into your blood, and then it's sucking up right into your belly. Right. Calmed down. Right. So long ago, it was more frequent that people used up all the extra glucose that was released from excessive stress because the situations are events they encountered were often dangerous or life threatening. However, it's where we live in a different world are stress looks differently. The extra glucose doesn't get used up for the constant emotional stress. Many of us are under is just stored as. That. Right. Right. Right. Well, it's break time. Again, this time is going so fast. You were listening to dishing up nutrition..
University of Michigan health system to pay $4 million
"In the nation's largest settlement of its kind university of Michigan health system will pay millions of. Dollars to the government to settle a lawsuit involving medication helter border detrimental light says Moore university of Michigan health system. Has agreed to pay the federal government more than four million dollars, for violating certain drug laws United States attorney Matthew Schneider we've reached an agreement with the university of Michigan in order to make sure that the way that they distribute controlled. Substances or drugs, is appropriate, under federal law the DA began its investigation about five. Years ago after two u. of m. healthcare employees overdosed on opioids at a u. of m., health facility one of them died other. Problems uncovered during the investigation that they were not keeping track of where drugs were going and if somebody had stolen the drugs. That wasn't being properly
"helter" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left
"Song helter skelter written by john lennon i think you mispronounced helter skelter skills he'll tres guilt or something like that so in december eighth nineteen eighty as chapman was outside the dakota thinking about rosemary's baby who should walk by but fucking mia farrow no kim starred and rosemary's baby it's like every star was just right there i mean if new york city now it's see asleep i heard that i've heard that chapman said he saw this as the final confirmation that he was making the right decision oh my gosh so at eleven am the linen fan that chapman had made friends with on saturday showed up and it's chapman and the fan we're talking a car pulled up in front of the of the dakota and a small child got out that child was john lennon's son sean the one that he actually chose to pay attention to the one the one he chose to love yeah we don't have to malign john lennon right now this is like the one you know it's not you're right you're right you're right you're right and then you're right all right now the fan was familiar enough with the kid and the nanny to say hello she actually introduced mark david chapman to sean lennon mark david chapman smiled at the kid said he was honored to meet him and told him hey kid i've come all the way from hawaii just to meet your down like good oh my god it was kind of like the time i saw vince vaughn walking down the street with his kids and i was fucking stoned out of my mind it was like maybe twelve years ago i was like on the street he was walking down the street with the kids and i looked up and i recognize vincent enough rio with children i looked at the kids it he like regarded me and in a moment of like awkward silence i turned to with jewish children i said your father's a very talented man.
"helter" Discussed on We Hate Movies
"Or also like a harry in the henderson's perhaps you know actually a michael general make a good shaggy a very very somber scary shaggy but a good shag pace cube we're gonna have to put you down and scuba gear here you hear about all those made soon murders we're going to investigate the rare oh is just that hippie gay the whole time the aaa guy from the start at the beach boys cover therapy uh the beach boys recorded a song and he wrote i don't remember which one was a helter skelter now that's the beatles uh so what anybody recommend potters ville no i it's it's it's even like worse than in the i watch a lot of these during the holiday season knowledge season which are those exchanges lifetime endure all martyrs movies god which are like paint dry bids movie those are so much better than potter how many times in those movies is a christian saving christmas their summer christian summer entire is that right some of christian summer very much like and it's christmas for no reason it's like oh this this this like you know advertising company is gonna go under and it's christmas for nurseries will you never won things to go under at christmas man um but yeah so yeah that it's worse than that i say no and it's it's it's an oddity it's a real the fact that shannon makes it an oddity yeah it's worth seeing for that the oddity is big on the sucker um and i do not agree that these are this is worse than those lifetime movies those lifetime movies are impossible to watch.