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California State Parole Board Panel Recommends Parole for Ex-Manson Follower
"California state panel is recommending parole for a one time Manson family follower. Bruce Davis was convicted in 1972 of first degree murder and conspiracy for the July 1969 killing of Gary Hinman inside his Topanga Canyon home. Davis was also found guilty of murdering Donald Shorty Shea. The now 78 year old Davis has been found suitable for parole a half dozen times in the past, however, three California governor's reverse the parole board's recommendations.
"hinman" Discussed on Young Charlie by Hollywood & Crime
"Of police of the city of conference answering no comment most reporters questions. There were however a few tidbits of new information. It was revealed that the weapons the cutting weapon and a firearm had not been found that the killer or killers. I did not appear to have been wounded and that narcotics were found in more than one part of the estate detective out and said that personally he doubted one man could committed the crime at his press conference chief. Davis told reporters that his men were doing as good a job as can humanly be done. Unfortunately the murderer or or murderers did not leave calling cards. The times article made no mention of the lobby onto killings in the first time he picks up a guitar. Charlie can field a new world opening up to him. The smooth would of the neck the curves of its body like a woman shape most of all the electric tingled passing a newest fingertips from the strings every time he strums a vibration gratien connecting him to some universal force that goes past thinking and straight to the animal so this power there he can sense sitting in the little room room he and rowsley of rented the power to change him and the power to change the world. Wherever looks now young people seem to know something. Their parents don't don't music wakes you up and freeze you. He listens to frankie laine on the radio. In the words feel more real than talking answer me creams frankie thank you and it's like he's asking the sky and stars charlie teaches himself some chords and when he opens his mouth to imitate frankie his voice surprises him like it's not really coming from him but tapping into the same forces frankie's a force that connects everything to everything he has things to say he feels for the first time in his life and there are people who will listen music is different from earthly the comings and goings of men like the words of the nazarene minister becoming more than just words he remembers feeling even when he was sitting at andt glenis piano yeah no little legs dangling off the bench tiny fingers pressing on those keys in him closing his eyes and these sounds wafting up toward the heaven that grandmother nancy see believed was reading and he had no opinion about facing murder charges in the death of music teacher. Gary hinman bobby beausoleil received his trial date on september fourth bobby had been in jail for about a month since the fiat station wagon he'd been driving had had broken down outside san luis obispo to highway patrolman had pulled up and when they checked the license plates they discovered the car was registered to the tha panga enga canyon murder victim. A quick examination of the fiat turned up a bloody knife hidden in the wheel. Well bobby was arrested and the l._a. County sheriff's department was notified. Detectives hall whiteley and charles guenther working on the hinman investigation drove up to interview the prisoner bobbie told them he'd recently purchased the car from a black guy when the detectives informed him that his fingerprints matched a bloody thumbprint found at the scene of the crime crime. He changed his story. Now he claimed that hinman had signed over the car to two girls he knew whiteley and gunther had beau soleil brought back to the l. a. county jail and booked for the murder of gary hinman. His trial date was set for november twelfth. As bobby sat in jail detectives whiteley leeann gunther were looking for his pregnant girlfriend kitty loot singer. A possible witness to the crime but kitty was nowhere to be found. Los.
"hinman" Discussed on WTVN
"I mean the reason I think he he he he sent his people out the murder was to get his pal Bobbi bows to lay off the hook for the murder of Gary Hinman on July twenty seventh nineteen sixty nine which was ordered by Manson it's a sort of complex little network of Charlie saying we're gonna do chill out emerges and we gonna make it look like a band of black militants killed these people and my friend Bobby bones so they would then be set free from prison and I mean it's it's simple we're thinking that in today's life makes absolutely no sense and I wasn't to Manson obsessed with biblical prophecy yes it was the test with biblical prophecy and he actually preach at the Spahn's movie ranch to his devoted to use that if it's that that that that that the four horsemen of the apocalypse four four guys with breast plates which could be guitars yeah which could be mop head people and of course they were the Beatles I mean again in the in two days cool clarified lights of history it sounds absolute poppycock as we used to say and it was poppycock but that they devote to use in the Manson family members believe that kind of stuff from Manson they believed anything let's talk about your book the Beatles and be on tour that must have been a fascinating time for you when I was very lucky to get the assignment because the Beatles at.
"hinman" Discussed on The Children's Hour
"We are broadcasting testing with a huge fan and there I would love to know more about this ban Rohan and the youth jazz collaborative. Can you give us an introduction and tell us who's up. There are the music director for the Youth Jazz collaborative. We have we have kids. This is a program for for kids twelve of eighteen middle schoolers and high schoolers. I'd like to introduce Roadmap Gypsy Piano and Josaia AH FIDEL ON PIANO vibraphone. I think you Isaiah Garcia on trumpet and Drums Zac Nunez on Bass Melissa Hinman on Vocals Ukulele and Percussion Grace Wilson on trombone. Tom and Hannah Wilson on clarinet. Well thanks guys. Grace also plays drums on the show today here at the museum <hes> we are going to be seeing for the very first time at a fossil that has never been on display before. We're GONNA learn all about it. This is an ice age fossil that was basically an Armadillo the size of a car hard to believe such animals existed but yes Rohan in the youth jazz collaborative. Can you play another one for us sure we're this is an original composition by on around the gypsy. It's called Mitre fantasy children's.
"hinman" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
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"hinman" Discussed on The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast
"That's very exciting is the Bill hinman about three and a half four months ago director of corporate finance at the spoke publicly about the fact that these network business models, which are held together by these tokens can have consumer utility tokens that are issued and sold similar to air miles or other sorts of tokens. And if they're constructed properly and marketed properly, so they're not marketed as investments, they're not marketed to speculators marketed to people who intend, and maybe are forced to use them on these forms that is recognized as a essentially a new construct by the SEC and give. And that realization which we're not seeing in some other parts of the world. All the old rules apply. You don't you? Don't need new regulation. You just need a good understanding of what things you're doing with the technology and this project versus what things are doing in the technology in this project, and there will be many different kinds of securities instruments realized as tokens on Blockchain's that's going to be incredible for that space. But there will also be many of these new network business Motors. Well, when he did speak at that hearing certainly breath of fresh air for many in the industry sort of Delici will therefore thinking that laced the willing to consider it had felt left the quad tolerant modest cost like kept it over, and they spoke openly without emoji been extremely minded they really they really have. So of course, you are at the forefront of a lot of these products coming to you. But you think tightening ability since his network you've got a lot of audience coming to what's particularly exciting. The you'd at the moment with what's coming through. Through consensus on what you've created. I mean, it must be locked going on. Yeah. But there's so much a few things I'll touch on really quickly decentralized identity are you for project has created different versions of self sovereign identity for a number of years, and they've come to a deep understanding deepen subtle understanding of the problem of decentralized identity, and they've we noted down with the help of our member companies co members in the decentralized identity foundation, and so I think we have a very exciting viable candidate construct for decentralized identity and the implementation journalism, the civil project is one of the most important projects in my mind. If we're going to govern with these new decentralized mechanisms we're building all these different voting mechanisms we need good information. And the journalism industry has been decimated. Over the last ten twenty years rolled up into conglomerates. And private, equity and hedge funds essentially owning local media, and and getting large newsrooms, and we need ethical journalism, and we need a sustainable business model for journalism. I think civils going to provide that scale ability theorem is moving into phase two of its existence where we've established as radically decentralized trust layer layer, one of it there. And now, we're building in state channels and side chains plasma mechanisms layer two technology that will take us to tens of thousands of transactions per second. That derive the real security from the base layer. So lots of games or coming online. Exchanges are.
"hinman" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"Just search out the modern eater. Lori Becker says yes, yeah. And I'll bet that's brand. John Henman, just we love his bread. We love his bread John hinman right there. Hello, John hinman. You're watching our Facebook livestream. Who else we Zach Kreider that Kreider. Tito is the man. Yes. Tito is the man we got another one of our favorites in front of us right now. Casing McGovern that crush pizza and tap, man. How are you? Welcome back to the show. I'm alright with being in a company of those guys for sure dude, usually pizzas the name of your game wings. It is. And that for a reason we love them. I could not bring pizzas you guys know. Rich would never come see me again bring pizza earlier. And so I did I brought pizza. We're sharing the stage with Perry tonight, which is great pizza with Victoria. Gluten-free explore. We're doing wings down. And we don't know whether you're sharing the stage yet or not you're you're our guy, and we haven't met Perry's yet. So we'll talk to later. Spoiler alert. All around guy. But these wings the process, we're gonna talk about your process for you wing. First off wings are the number one Super Bowl food number one. Yeah. You didn't know that number one crush speech in tap. Whereas it twelve hundred west thirty eighth avenue corner of thirtieth and Callum catty corner to an old icon Chevy's, and we've got wings, man. We do a great job of wings. We've gotten a couple of accolades with wings in the past as well as just a couple of weeks ago. But now you'll be busy tomorrow. We'll be busy. And I want to call you up at twelve PM and say, I want one hundred wings..
Manson family follower recommended for parole: media
"A former follower of the late cult leader. Charles Manson has been recommended for parole. Bobby Beausoleil was convicted of what many say is the first of the so-called Manson family murders. Beausoleil was convicted of the July nineteen sixty nine stabbing death of musician. Gary hinman inside his Los Angeles area. Home after him and refused to refund money for some bad drugs had been sold to Beausoleil and the Manson family. The now seventy one year old has been recommended for parole after last being denied in two thousand sixteen but that recommendation is not a guarantee. Incoming governor Gavin Newsom who takes office on Monday has a few months to decide whether or not to block
"hinman" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Radio seven ninety KABC. Talk talk talk. This has been we are talking to a friend. Jim roope. Westwood One news reporter, and we going to hear now about another story regarding a Charles Manson follower is this that same woman that keeps coming up for parole, and she's a model citizen and help Leslie Van Houten. Right. He's actually parole. She was I've forgotten that. How is she doing out on about? We haven't heard much. So she's out and about doing her thing is stealth we as possible. But this is Bobby Beausoleil who. Was convicted of the July twenty six nine hundred sixty nine murder of musician. Gary hinman Gary him, and you may you may know, he played with the beach boys a little bit, and that kind of thing Beausoleil himself was a musician. But I guess everybody kind of knew each other than that comp- to paying a canyon area. Yes, and allegedly are what the reports are is that hinman sold booze lay in the Manson family because Bush was a Manson follower some masculine, and it was apparently bad so booze and Van Houten. I think in in another woman went to get their money back from the bad drugs. Hinman wouldn't give it to them. They called Manson over Manson came down to Henman's house, and they tortured him for several days wound up stabbing him to death. And then so. Beausoleil was convicted on that murder in many believe that's the very first mass family murder because just a week or so later around the first week in August, August eighth I think was the Tate lobby the Tate murders, and then the next night, the lobby Janka murders. So that whole that'll helter skelter thing began with this Bobby Beausoleil and the Gary hinman murder. And has she been a model citizen through that? Or is she going to be like, let's see Manhattan, or is there bobby's a guy, but but there wasn't much. Information given to us about what kind of prisoner. He had been Sharon Tate's sister was out there opposing the the parole because now the the board recommended parole, so he's seventy one. Now, he you know, he apparently has enough credits. As far as behavior in prison, or whatever he has learned education that kind of thing same deal with Leslie Van Houten. So she was must be it must be an old man now, seventy seventy one. Yeah. Nats Massimo's Eighty-three when he died in two thousand seventeen in prison. And so the governor Newsom though, he takes office on Monday. He could Knicks the whole thing, you know, he's still has a hundred and fifty days once he gets an office to decide if the booze delays Pearl can move forward, the parole board just recommends parole is up to the governor to actually granted. Icy is there's the family of the of the victims spoken up at all. Now, personally, we've heard from has been Debra Tate. Yeah, she's against it really calls into question. The issue of Justice and the wing of Justice versus rehabilitation versus what are we used to call it where you people pay their pennant penitentiaries how much penitence people pay. I don't have the answer that I know Debbie, Deborah feels very strongly that these people, you know, they they did what they did. And they must pay for life. And that's that in whatever the whatever gave the board the indication that he is either remorseful enough or has reformed. Enough over the forty plus years. I guess he's been in prison. Also a lot longer than that. But all these years he's been imprisoned than that's the reason for the parole. But we don't know the exact ruling from the pro board just yet because this was just handed down. I think Wednesday. But we'll find out. I would imagine at some point. And then the governor again has to weigh in. So we'll see if he actually gets out on well, Jim happy new year. Good to hear your voice, and we'll talk again soon. Thank you so much Jim Roope. Westwood one. News contributor, willing to take your calls at eight hundred two two two five two to the Butterball controversy has heated. Everybody up all day long, and whether or not the shutdown is an appropriate response, or whether an emergency Nash, the sort of a government emergency being declared as way that the Mr. Trump may get his wall funded is an appropriate way to use his executive powers all important issues..
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
"hinman" Discussed on KCRW
"Magic again NPR's Tom Goldman previewing the NFL playoffs. Thanks, tom. You're welcome. This is NPR news. And you're listening to morning edition on KCRW now vis from KCRW knows a California parole panel has recommended for the first time Charles Manson follower. Robert boosts LA be freed after nearly a half century in prison. Casey us Larry coryell reports that it could be blocked by California's incoming governor turned out governor Jerry Brown has consistently stopped releases for followers of Manson who died in prison in two thousand seventeen Beaujolais was not involved in the most notorious killings of actress, Sharon Tate and six others in nineteen sixty nine. He was convicted in the killing of musicians. Gary hinman that same year hinman was tortured for three days, according to testimony at previous parole hearings, including when Manson cut his face with a sword Pearl panels ruled against releasing Beausoleil eighteen prior times, Gary hinman cousin who attended yesterday's hearing says she hopes Beausoleil stays in prison and says she plans to reach out. Two incoming governor Gavin Newsom to tell him. So Sharon Tate, sister was also at the hearing. She says she's going to start a social media petition drive so parole opponents can make their feelings known to Newsom take says testimony has shown is still physically capable of violence at had borderline psychological reports. She also says he keeps breaking prison rules by profiting from selling his art and music outside of prison for KCRW Larry peril..
"hinman" Discussed on KCRW
"By now you can go can I say my name. Okay. I'm steven. You're listening to morning edition on KCRW. Now this from KCRW news, California parole panel has recommended for the first time Charles Manson follower. Robert both video be freed. After nearly a half century in prison KCRW. Larry parole reports decision could be blocked by California's incoming governor turned out governor Jerry Brown has consistently stopped releases for followers of Manson who died in prison in two thousand seventeen Beaujolais was not involved in the most notorious killings of actress, Sharon Tate and six others in nineteen sixty nine. He was convicted in the killing of musician. Gary hinman that same year Hinden was tortured for three days, according to testimony at previous parole hearings, including when Manson cut his face with a sword Pearl panels ruled against releasing Beausoleil eighteen prior times Gary hinman cousin who attended yesterday's. Hearing says she hopes fillet stays in prison and says she plans to reach out to incoming governor Gavin news. To tell him. So Sharon Tate's sister was also at the hearing. She says she's going to start a social media petition drive so parole opponents can make their feelings known to Newsom Tate says testimony has shown Beausoleil is still physically capable of violence at had borderline psychological reports. She also says he keeps breaking prison rules by profiting from selling his art and music outside of prison for KCRW Larry.
"hinman" Discussed on KTOK
"Bear. Want someone they can trust our job is to cut through the talking points. Martha McCallum we're going to ask the tough questions because there's a lot of conventional wisdom out there that needs to be challenged, Shannon. Bream what I'm doing is making sure that whatever is developed the day. People are fully informed from coast to coast. We're twenty four seven news. But really down to the minute. We're going to be fearless. We're going to be fair. Whether it's for AM midnight were there, Fox News channel real news. Real honest opinion. Raymond postponed for an accused California cop killer outside court people were protesting holding signs against sanctuary policies. The man accused of murdering Newman corporal Ronald saying is an illegal alien inside court. The suspect known as Gustavo Arianga said his real name is Palo Verde and Mendoza after his attorney expressed concern about his mental state. The judge ordered a competency evaluation be done by a doctor. He's due back in court in about a month law enforcement blame sanctuary city policies for why they're hinman dozer was never on the radar of immigration authorities. Despite prior arrests the police chief in Chow Chile told the San Francisco Chronicle he was busted for DUI back in two thousand fourteen but then aren't ask about immigration status. Fox's Jessica Rosenthal. There's some interesting new information about the former marine accused of spying in Russia. Former colleagues say as a marine staff sergeant stationed in Iraq, Paul Whalen enjoyed fine cigars and showed an affinity for Russia. Even spending two weeks of military leave Moscow and Saint Petersburg instead of at hall of the United. States with family and friends Russian social media accounts, supposedly Wieland's included festive posts on Russia's national holidays. A decade worth of karate lessons comes in handy for a south, western Pennsylvania woman. You never know when you might have to use those martial arts skills. Twenty two year old Hannah Hughes was at her. Mom's house, Colin for New Year's Eve party when they spot on demand inside her house across the street. You says she ran out the door thinking if I get to he's not getting away. He didn't use says when she got your property. The man was outside and she'd decked him grabbing him by the hair and flipping him to the ground telling them don't move or I'll break your neck nineteen year old William Staley is charged with burglary, trespassing and assault. Tom reghati, Fox News. The first day of trading of the year. The Dow gained eighteen points. Nasdaq up thirty the S and P five hundred closed three points how you're higher.
"hinman" Discussed on Unchained
"And if so which ones in what questions remain that can jump in on this. I think to me there were really two questions. There are a lot of regulatory questions the token space. But specifically with regard to the securities law questions, I think there were two in sequence that needed to be answered the first was is it possible for something to start as Curie and eventually becoming non security or alternatively to be sold as security and eventually output, something somehow, they non-surety basically the premise behind the Saft framework. And then the second question was if so how and when and how can you decide when something is is not a security? I think the. The answer to the first question at least in informal informal discussions from the SEC hinman speech has been. Yes. So to me, you know, I'd agree with Marco doesn't valid anyone. But that certainly seems in harmony with the framework and the ideas proposed there. Yes, it is possible for something to start his as security and output something as a non security and just one thing on that. I think the simplest what you can see that is by putting Jay Clayton statement. I've never seen an icy. Oh, that wasn't offer securities next to Bill hinman statement that he doesn't think theory is a security. I can almost guarantee the Jay Clayton has seen the theory. My CO he's looked at that is the beginning of this whole trend. So those make me feel like the answer to that. First question is yes this possible. Now, the second question still remains, and we got an ounce of clarity from that him in speech. But when is this possible, how does something make this transition? How do you draw that line? That's the piece where I think we would still love to see some clarity. Now, the thing to remember there is that securities law, especially this specific determination will always call the facts and circumstances based analysis. So it's unlikely that they're going to give us a incredibly quantitative set of definitions where if x y and z are true, it is not a security. If ABC are true than it is a security, but some more clarity around. What does it mean to be sufficiently decentralized it what how can we actually make that determination? That's the piece where I think we're awaiting more clarity where that comes in the form of a specific project petitioning for some sort of no action letter in specific relief or it comes from the SEC making statements about what might lead down that path. That's the place where it's still like to see. But it's at least comforting that their public statements have been in harmony with the framework that like Marcus said has become industry standard and people are operating under the I tend to agree. I think that I think that we do have clarity around the first issue, which we. Lawyers looking at this closely, even at the outset knew that that that this was a framework that that could work, but when we got clarity from the SEC, I think we all breed wreath kind of us. I've relief. It was it was somewhat short lived. And that we still don't have open. We still don't have a quantitative approach to determining t- centralization or that that that point where you can actually launch and sell your token as a non security or you can resale your token as non security or deliver the token to investors for them to resell anon- security, but I don't think we're ever really going to have that. I think that I think that as he sees gave us actually quite a bit of clarity in the hinman speech. And the next thing to come won't come from C C. I think the next thing the next bit of clarity is probably going to come from the courts. There are a number of civil lawsuit. By private plaintiffs as opposed to the SEC, a public plaintiff where people are accused of people stand cues of all kinds of things, but the causes of action are all under the securities laws. So the first thing the court is really going to have to determine is which law applies. Is it regular old consumer protection law where you shouldn't lie to people, and you shouldn't falsely advertise or is it this very heavy weight set of rules to protect investors. The securities was I think that will probably get will probably start getting more clarity from the courts there..
"hinman" Discussed on Unchained
"Yeah. Ailing to that in the show notes because Josh mentioned of Hugh objections. She had contributed to a paper that came after your Saft white paper where a bunch of lawyers. I guess wrote, you know, kind of areas in which they took issue with what you had proposed. But as you mentioned, I do also even what you had written back, obviously has evolved over the last year, but you did reference hinman speech, and I wanted to ask you, do you feel that your view or or what you propose in this framework that was vindicated by his remarks where he said that ether is now sufficiently to centralized for it to not be a security, although that it probably was at the time of the CEO. Look, I I I wouldn't go. So a couple of things one SEC doesn't validate anybody, and they certainly didn't go out of their way to validate our work on the project framework and second I wouldn't go so far as to say that hinman said that the the token sale created a security, but I will say that he didn't distinguish between the sale of a token. So the instrument that achieves the sale of say either which was a contract. It was a it was a paper contract written on the on the website of the theorem foundation. And then the token that was eventually issued subsequent to that. Transaction. He makes the distinction between the security and the token that comes out as a result of the security, which is precisely how we see this afternoon in terms of in terms of allegation, and and whether the SEC. Agrees with me or not I will just say this reading it the document their speech pretty clearly said that like something could potentially transform from security to a non security specifically called out agreements that were that were reliant on that theory and said they could work. So you know, it wasn't a valid. It wasn't a validation of of of the work that we did. But there's no question at the work that we did is in harmony with the position that that was taken in that speech. I will say though, that SEC added an extra layer. They said yes functionality, which is of course, the core concept of the SAF project for work. So yes, functionality is important, and it's one of these factors that gives rise to something else. Something greater than mere functionality. Which Marco you said was sufficient there's actually more to it. It's not just functionality like like you said in your white paper. It's this notion of decentralisation, which takes into account additional additional factors. Yeah. It's the whole thing is super interesting. I actually have a question of both of you a lot of people were saying at the beginning of twenty eighteen that we needed regulatory clarity from the SEC on different aspects of token sales. Do you feel like those issues have been resolved?.
"hinman" Discussed on Good Job, Brain!
"Our listeners probably have a lot of tests the head of them when the SAT comes around or standardized tests like that, especially if it's your first time ever that environment of like, you know, taking the SAT do practice tests and do that practice test filling in the little bubbles with a wooden number two pencil because that's what you're gonna be doing in the real past. You're gonna freak out a little bit more. If you've never practiced it before searches take a practice testing like do some questions and look at it, like, literally like, you know, sit quiet room have somebody tying you have the same kind of pencil and and practice it as as close to a real test as you can. So that you learn a little bit more about how that has works than also you're you're just a lot less freaked out with I have a piece of trivia about SAT's is no longer the number one college entrance exam really is Myra pass to. Yeah. And his people take take it more. Yeah. A lot more on the inclines twenty. Twelve that day. Yeah. I was gonna do a I was gonna do. Oh, I'm going to look at a verbal SAT in Malawi some of those questions, but I looked at a sample. Verbal SAT. And now there are no free floating questions anymore. It is all everything verbalize it. He will dizzy essays action, obviously. But then also there is literally than if you have passage it's like any test. It's literally why job is because they can do a passage, and then they go they underline certain sections of that passage, and like it'll say this sentence should a stay where it is be while up into paragraph one see should be moved into paragraph two. And then it's also like this sentence should be deleted or not believed. Yes. Because it doesn't explain the rest of it doesn't fit with the rest of the paragraph. No because it's an important transition between this idea. Yes. Things are like it. Just underlines like a phrase, and it's like, maybe will be possessive or plural ended will say, oh, this should have an apostrophe or not having a posture. And then one of them is don't change it. It is all applied work. That's actually helpful my got so into it. I was like SAT's cool. Backing on your on your pencil segment. You guys know listeners that I attended the American crossword puzzle tournament. Times crossword puzzle. Joe's tournament held in Connecticut is super hardcore it intense. We went with our friend Tyler hinman who's the past champion of five time champion before if people were so nice people are. Just into talk to you know, just so nice. I met will shortz puzzle master in everybody's super war affiliate. You're leaving a real important piece of your story. So before the tournament I had to practice because I do the New York Times crossword on the app on my phone. Okay. So I I am by speed faster than someone who would write it or lay in not laying. Fill it in the newspaper because I'm using my thumbs. Everything's kind of automated, I can go to the next clue and I can see the clue right below the puzzle. And it is so different to do it. The original paper manual way because you have all your clues on one side. And you have to keep track. We're looking and they have the right? And I completely forgot how long it takes to Reich. Really right that. I don't have. My handwriting's bad. And then. To make an L like a senior. And I had to not mean. But like the group suggested that you better practice and find out what pencil you lights. Just things like like your hand cramping or a comfortable grip on go for, you know, hardcore intense like high high tech mechanical pencil lead is your Senate. And I'm trying out. And then you want at the at the end of the day or two classic the classic. Yeah. Felt good eighty is. The reason it's a class. No, you're you're still having like one of the most important parts thing. I came in almost lost place out of everybody. Though. I didn't do I'm pretty good crossers? These are these people are jeans, and I'm I'm at the bottom fifty of the people, but I did win on style..
"hinman" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"Dominant and you think you searching for but i always they they had well let's talk about today but anyway they have these fiefdoms again there's another reason i want to write this book and there because they have these fiefdoms they have this jurisdictional we're not gonna talk about one skies from the other because gary hinman he's lesser known and this is another reason i wanted to write this book has lovely cousin k marty is still alive and she was at at the hearing that i went to tex watson hearing wonderful woman got very close to actualize i stay in touch with there are no better grandkids getting married no k if you're out there listening hi you know she gary case was really not talked about all that much but he was he was killed in a very brutal way they tortured him for several days charles manson cut off his ear and left him to die went to anyway no this is at his house in fact i went to to gary hinman house it's different you know obviously different now forty nine years later but it's in the los angeles area anyway they killed him for charles manson thought he'd come into some kind of inheritance in two thousand dollars when he said to charles m i haven't i haven't gotten anything i got a couple piddly old cars here here's the titles to my car's take anything here the table bianca no four before this happened all before so this led up to what charles manson then did but it got it got less lesser known so well my point is they had they had clues from gary hinman right it was done in the same way because they were leading up to these other brutal murders when lobby tate happened.
"hinman" Discussed on The How-To Heretic
"Just the d i think there had to be something just really good personally happening inside of him the to this background brought him to this point i agree so manson committed the first known murder in nineteen sixty nine when he shot a black drug dealer he owed money to name bernard crow now this this murder was a murder of necessity again it wasn't part of any larger narrative that we're aware of this was a guy he owed money to his his only salute he tried to parlay sacks didn't work so he killed him he then had he and several this fam family members went and held a guy named gary hinman hostage for several days trying to get him to hand over his stocks and bonds before manson ordered him staffed and yeah stocks and bonds honestly that's a weird request like when you're robbing a guy i i him liquidate don't trade it says over this himself i have tried more than once to sell some bonds at a pawnshop and it didn't go pennies on the dollar is all i got frankly what you know more thieves maybe we're we're looking at this wrong more thieves need to go into investment theft oh they stabbed this guy and then and then this is kind of where they began trying to spark the race war they they used his blood to paint political piggy in blood on the wall and they also drew a panther pa.
"hinman" Discussed on Animal Spirits Podcast
"The define these things over time and some the company i mean what is amazon a consumer discretionary consumer stay tech companies could be harder to define these things but i think the big take with me is just the fact that the world has never static so anytime you take these these things take them a little bit of a grain of salt in comparing them historically is kind of difficult because you just never know how things are going to change in swimming even that today things are gonna stay the way they are is probably a misnomer so i i give a talk to local groups every once in a while in one of the slides i use i talk about how every time is different so some of the stats have found that in nineteen fifty seven the sp five hundred consisted of four hundred twenty five industrial stocks sixty tilles in fifteen railroad stocks so it wasn't even until like the late eighties that they added financials to to the mic so it's really hard to compare these things across eras you know let alone across different markets so i just think that it's just constantly evolving changing this is definitely one of the difficulties with historical comparisons elroy timpson was on a podcast last week with med for hundred hundredth podcast which was really terrific and he told me that eighty percent of industries that existed in the beginning of the twentieth century no longer exist to your point so yeah he goes and he takes back in nineteen hundred it's got something we've reference that before so there's another one brian hinman wrote this on twitter he found from a story it says that fewer than one in five of the fortune five hundred largest firms in nineteen seventy are still there and the other one was more than six million firms in the us were studied and they found that basically a fraction of one percent survive over forty years so there's this constantly churning and changing in his businesses so any of the businesses that stay there for a long time are actually the outliers it's it's more that change in failure actually norm also maybe that's why investing over like longevity so hard in this business because there is so much change and what worked after the dot com bubble burst was value.
"hinman" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM
"In nigeria since nineteen ninety nine with our producer see if i can say jacob's last name i run hinman kiei that's as good as i could do steve it's a it's it's a challenging name to say but let's pray for jacob he he's he's an important man ministering in this very difficult probably the world now here's an email that we got since we always liked to read about responses i was a devout muslim but listening to your programs made me realize i was wrong i gave my life to jesus christ you've given me wonderful instructions and have been an encouragement to me thank you and keep up the good work and save we often like to share with our listeners that that you wouldn't expect through the bible a teaching program of the bible to necessarily be an effective way to reach out to muslims but we find that many muslims are first of all there are many are misinformed about the bible actually says and they have these very unusual ideas that had been placed in their heads about what it actually says and secondly they're introduced to a god of love and and they are overwhelmed with this god and they want to know him i think also if i may add i think it's because of their such a high value in the koran in the in the muslim faith that when people have an opportunity here about the bible it already places position and when they hear it taught and it's the word of god and the holy spirit's at worth it's an incredible way to reach muslims it is and that's why it's always wonderful when we get an email like that from someone who was a devout muslim now here's another email i really appreciate your program i pray the lord will strengthen the ministry that's neat steve we have people all around the world praying for the ministry not just our official world per team members the email says continue to pray for us in the north we are facing terrible persecutions here people live in fear we want to serve the lord but it.