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Fresh update on "horror" discussed on Breaking the Glass Slipper: Women in science fiction, fantasy, and horror
"And I'm Charlotte Bond. For our first episode of 2022, we are going back to the 18th century to look at the women who wielded power and the means they used to gain it. What challenges did they face? Are they remembered more or less favorably than their male contemporaries? And if, say, they had magic at their disposal, how would they use it to even the gender playing field? Joining us for this episode is Kate hartfield, whose novel, the embroidered book, explores the stories of two sisters in the 18th century courts of France and Naples. Thank you so much for joining us, Kate. Would you like to introduce yourself to our listeners? Thank you. I'm so happy to be here. I'm Kate harfield. I am a Canadian writer as you can probably tell by my accent. And I write science fiction and fantasy of all kinds usually with a historical setting. My first novel armed in her fashion came out a few years ago and I have a couple of time travel novellas, Alice peen arrives and Alice Payne rides. And I also write games, so I have some interactive fiction out there and I'm working on an Assassin's Creed tie a novel that's coming out. I'm a yeah, yeah, it's very exciting, so that's my current work in progress. And the embroidered book is coming out. It's a big historical fantasy. And it's coming out in February and the UK in May in North America. And it is the story of Marie Antoinette and her sister Charlotte, who was queen of Naples. And it posits that they were secretly magicians. So it's all fitting within the known history, but there's magic going on in the background. And it follows them from when they were quite young teenagers being sent off to marry kings. All the way up to the French Revolution in the 1790s. The whole thing about let them eat cake..
We Know Abortion Is Immoral Horror, but Is It Constitutional?
Everybody's Wearing a Mask, but Nobody Knows Why
"I'm a horror which did such a video in Manhattan, asking people who were best. Why do you wear your masks? You want to do me a favor, Sean, pull up that video of ambi Horowitz. It's a few months ago. In Manhattan asking people why they're wearing masks. And the answer is that they received. I'll have more on this in a moment because a truly courageous professor. Why do you wear a mask outside? Oh, here we are. I'm not sure what. Good news for you. You don't wear a mask anywhere outside. Okay. There you go. All right, how do you feel? The same. I'm on me Horowitz, and some people are still wearing their masks outside who are fully vaccinated, even though the science says they don't have to. Let's find out why. Why are we mascots? It feels weird not to. I just like it. I got used to it. I don't mind wearing it. I guess I'm just used to it, I guess. I just have it. I was on. You forgot, are you vaccinated? Why wear your mask outside? What's your thought process? It's literally crickets. No comment. I just feel like I passed away. I don't know why. I just wanna wear it. Yeah, I guess like my Friends wear them, so I'm like, if I'm, I might as well do this too. I feel like I won't take off my mask until everybody does. Oh yeah. We had them pressure against role modeling, right? I mean, there's a lot of anxieties, we're taking the mask off, you know, for the first time. So it's been so long. Yeah, it's like a social anxiety at this point. It's just, you know, mental health. Social anxiety. So it's virtually impossible to get coronavirus outside while you're vaccinated. Okay. Does that change your thought process at all? Not really. I'm just gonna keep wearing it. I personally still wouldn't want to take the risk anyway. I don't trust anyone else. I'm just doing it for mine. Even if the science said it was like basically impossible, it still doesn't matter. Yeah.
Tales of Anguish Emerge From China's Locked-Down Xian
"Meanwhile, from China comes stories of anguish and Jean. On the first day of 2022, outside Jean Jacques in the hospital in the middle of China's worst coronavirus outbreaks in Wuhan, a woman 8 months pregnant, miscarried after being refused carry a care until she had tested negative for the virus. This is a large accumulation of horror stories from the totalitarian China that is Xi, China. They have locked down an entire city. People are without food and water and medical care. And what G, president Xi is concerned about general secretary of the Communist Party is bad press because the genocide games are about to get underway. They didn't want to have a pandemic raging in China, so he's locked down a city and letting them suffer, just like these locked down the Uighurs and the Tibetans. And every sponsor of the genocide game. Every single one is complicit with the suffering in Hong Kong and Tibet in gian now and in zhejiang
I-95 Closure in Virginia Ends After Hours of Driver Despair
"Help, I 95 is reopening in Virginia. After the winners storm, I think we all know senator Tim kaine spent 27 hours in his car because of the United States senator, we are focused on what happened, but imagine having four kids in a station wagon. The fetching message he was up late last night, reading horror stories of parents with children one ambulance driver was kind enough to let four freezing kids. They were turning on and off their cars, sleeping an ambulance on gurneys. That'll be a memorable experience. How you can not get organized. This is Ralph northam, Virginia Department of Transportation yesterday. The funniest thing about Twitter were that the morons on Twitter were blaming governor elect Glen young for the Virginia Department of Transportation and aptitude in failing to plan and execute any kind of a close the highway keep people off of it order, which is what they should have done. Just close the eye, keep people off of it until it's plowed. Ohio turned pipes been doing that for years. So Glenn young can just can't get there soon enough. And the national reviews Dominic Pinot wrote a story late last night why I 95 in Virginia is jammed. And it comes down to the Virginia Department of Transportation, lack of preparation, inability to execute and general ineptitude. And this has been 8 years of democratic management. So what did you expect? The Commonwealth used to work when governor George Allen was there. And now governor Glenn young is going to have to bring in an entire new group of managers infused some private sector know how and knowledge. In an era of weather forecasting, if it says 7 inches, then you plan on 14. That's what you do. If your parameters are going to be safe, it's always easier to say, oh, so we missed. And that's what happens with hurricane season. People prepare, then it misses, and that's
Lakers beat Kings...No. 2 Duke returns from COVID outbreak
"AP AP sports sports I I jerk jerk free free other other night night that that may may have have been been his his last last game game at at Pittsburgh's Pittsburgh's Heinz Heinz field field Ben Ben Roethlisberger Roethlisberger help help guide guide the the Steelers Steelers to to a a twenty twenty six six fourteen fourteen win win over over the the Cleveland Cleveland Browns Browns Josh Josh Rowntree Rowntree reports reports from from Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Roethlisberger Roethlisberger passed passed for for one one hundred hundred twenty twenty three three yards yards but but that that seemed seemed to to matter matter little little to to the the eighteen eighteen year year veteran veteran who who took took a a lap lap around around the the stadium stadium after after the the game game saluting saluting the the Pittsburgh Pittsburgh faithful faithful nashi nashi Harris Harris rushed rushed for for a a touchdown touchdown in in a a career career high high one one hundred hundred eighty eighty eight eight yards yards in in Pittsburgh's Pittsburgh's defense defense led led by by TJ TJ wants wants four four sacks sacks brought brought down down Browns Browns quarterback quarterback Baker Baker Mayfield Mayfield nine nine times times and and intercepted intercepted him him twice twice as as Pittsburgh Pittsburgh kept kept its its playoff playoff hopes hopes alive alive by by moving moving two two eight eight seven seven one one Josh Josh Rowntree Rowntree Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Tampa Tampa coach coach Bruce Bruce Arians Arians says says he he has has no no regrets regrets about about signing signing wide wide receiver receiver Antonio Antonio brown brown even even though though brown brown left left the the field field during during Tampa's Tampa's game game with with the the New New York York Jets Jets this this past past Sunday Sunday in in the the NBA NBA the the world world champs champs lost lost at at home home to to a a team team with with the the NBA's NBA's worst worst record record Milwaukee Milwaukee got got stunned stunned by by Detroit Detroit the the pistons pistons win win one one fifteen fifteen one one oh oh six six behind behind a a career career high high thirty thirty four four from from CITIC CITIC bank bank job job a a report report in in thirty thirty six six in in a a Memphis Memphis road road win win over over Brooklyn Brooklyn one one eighteen eighteen one one oh oh four four the the Grizzlies Grizzlies have have won won five five straight straight we we do do stuff stuff like like we're we're doing doing now now obviously obviously you you know know I I recognition recognition everything everything will will come come just just walked walked out out with with a a basketball basketball game game about about what what seemed seemed a a dentist dentist Brooklyn Brooklyn coach coach Steve Steve Nash Nash is is hopeful hopeful that that Kyra Kyra Irving Irving will will make make his his season season debut debut Wednesday Wednesday at at Indiana Indiana a a top top five five upset upset in in college college basketball basketball twenty twenty third third ranked ranked Wisconsin Wisconsin won won at at third third ranked ranked Purdue Purdue seventy seventy four four sixty sixty nine nine it's it's been been a a house house of of horrors horrors for for the the badgers badgers who who were were just just eighteen eighteen of of seventy seventy three three a a produ produ prior prior to to Monday Monday night's night's win win on on the the ice ice Ryan Ryan Strome Strome had had a a goal goal and and two two assists assists and and the the New New York York Rangers Rangers won won their their third third straight straight for for the the one one over over Edmonton Edmonton trump trump says says the the Rangers Rangers like like playing playing at at Madison Madison Square Square Garden Garden it's it's a a good good feeling feeling when when we're we're waiting waiting for for them them in in there there give give us us great great response response I I mean mean I I think think they're they're starting starting to to realize realize that that our our teams teams finding finding ways ways to to win win and and they're they're appreciating appreciating sometimes sometimes a a good good forecheck forecheck a a good good offense offense of of shift shift the the Rangers Rangers are are ten ten three three and and two two at at home home this this season season Chuck Chuck Friedman Friedman AP AP sports sports
I-95 Reopens in Virginia After Winter Storm Forced Closure That Stranded Motorists
"And some good news for our wml in Virginia Maryland listening audience It looks like 95 in that region is finally clearing up I don't know if you heard the horror stories but people were caught This is the second time this has happened in the last ten years or so People were caught all night on the section of I 95 in Virginia in the snowstorm And it's just the kind of a reminder out there This is really horrible situation I mean you don't want to be caught in freezing cold weather running out of gas I mean what are you going to do for the car You know I mean this is really serious stuff You know water is just a reminder to keep some basic emergency supplies in your car I mean even today you would think me mister preparedness I didn't even have a lot of stuff in my car I went down there and I have a portable battery charger brought it back down there and just had to remind myself put a couple bottles of water in there So WAL audience in that region I hope everybody gets home safely You gotta be tired after really horrible night I was watching the whole situation It's an area I'm familiar with I lived in Maryland for a long time and I used to actually broadcast from WMA So really nasty situation but traffic appears now finally to be clear and out
Robert Reilly Discusses Slavery and the 1619 Project
"I'm glad that you have written this expanded edition of America on trial with clarity on the ridiculousness of the 1619 Project. One thing Erica might say that reinforces the point you just made that slavery was in institution from time immemorial is one thing the 1619 Project neglects to notice as they're saying the slavery was introduced in 1619 when black slaves were brought by Dutch traders to Virginia is that slavery was already widespread in the area of the American colonies, practiced by the Native Americans. Who enslaved each other. Can you imagine, can you imagine? But again, this is because we're both Christians. We understand that mankind has fallen. And a part from the God of scripture, what we do is scandalous is inhuman. So yes, slavery has existed. Always, it's a horror and we are right to be horrified by it, but if anything, it has been serious Christians that have labored against the slave trade. I wrote a book about William wilberforce, whom Frederick Douglass revered, so if a freed slave like Frederick Douglass can revere a white English man for taking a biblical stand against the slave trade, you do have to wonder how we could get to a point where we have to clarify that slavery was not invented by white people in 1619 and Jamestown. It's almost funny, but it's but it's
Pastor David Englehardt Discusses His New Book 'Good Kills'
"Folks welcome back. I'm talking to my friend pastor and author David engelhardt in German, that means angel heart, stone angel, or something like that. David englehart, the book is good kills, God good and the sword. I know I said this to you, but I will say it to my audience that you know I read a lot of stuff and I'm really particularly impressed by somebody's view of things or by somebody's way of saying things. I was seriously impressed by what you have to say in the book, good kills. I don't say that lightly. You have, actually, I can read my own blurb. Here it is. Here's what I say. It's on the back of the book. You ready? David engelhardt, did I spell it correctly? Yes, you could. Thank the lord. David engelhart is the right kind of iconoclast who's writing fells forests of fashionable, darkness. Good kills. That's the name of the book. Good kills is like a very sharp sword, read it, carefully. I was really impressed by you, you say things that other people aren't saying you see things I was really happy to read it because I thought you know we need minds like this. Talking about God and what the Bible says. And I'm just thrilled to have discovered you to call you friend. Let's talk about what you say in the book. And by the way, why did you write a book? Your pastor of a church, you've got a lot going on. Yeah. Why did you write a book? You know, I was filling in for a friend. We were doing theology class here. Over 13th street. And he said, hey, can you fill in and do this? We were doing the disciples or something. And I said, yeah, sure. And I was talking about, I think I was talking about Jesus tells the disciples to get a sword at some point, right? But if you have two cloaks sell one and buy a sword. Jesus would never say that. Yeah, he's right, exactly. That's violent. What are you talking about? Well, what Jesus do you worship? That's exactly the point, because I'm talking to these young people, and I said this phrase, I said, and we know that sometimes good kills. And I was met truly with looks of shock and mild horror, like, how could you say something like that? Like, I've never felt so misgendered. Exactly right, yeah. And New York City with a group of millennials a couple hundred millennials. And I realized they have no they have no relationship to justice and the greater and more horrific picture for the churches. There's no relationship to
Why Is Forgiveness so Important?
"Why is forgiveness so important? Two reasons which really the same reason. Number one, God makes it unavoidably clear that if you want to be in accordance with his will, you must forgive. Now, the question is, what do we mean by forgive? What are the details? But I think that whenever God says something, you want to just obey because he said it. But he never tells you to do something that's going to hurt you. He wants the bless you. He loves you. So sometimes the toughest things that God asks us to do like forgive things that maybe in some ways you'd say, well, that's unforgivable. He's telling you for your own good because he loves you. And so what I think people often make the mistake is they think that when Jesus forgave us, he says, father, forgive them, they know not what they do. When he was crucified, there was no greater horror in the history of the universe than crucifying the king of glory. So when he said father, I forgive them, he didn't say, it's no big deal, you know, I'll get up on the third day. We'll let it go. He was not saying it's no big deal. It was the biggest deal there is. But to forgive, is, in a sense, simply to not participate in trying to curse people and hurt people for what they did wrong to let it let God be the one that settles that. They give it over to him. So there's more to it, but I'll leave it at that.
Mark Levin Praises Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich
"I'm a big fan of this attorney general Burnham I want to be clear what his sight is It's B RN O F O R AZ B RN O four AZ Arizona dot com BR NO FR AZ dot com I just believe we should reward people Who are in the fight They are in the fight And they the job of the attorney general is a litigating He's litigating like hell There are others too but this is an important race in Arizona This guy Kelly You know they say men are from Mars women are from Venus or vice versa This guy's from Venus and Mars Nobody knows where the hell he is But he's basically a lapdog for Schumer Arizona needs better than this Arizona's not even here from this guy He's a big gun control guy We know the horror that happened to his wife The congresswoman But he's running And he's a failure At a time like this voting for American Marxism supporting the open borders party I mean some point people got to put their feet down And I think you'll see more and more Hispanics more and more moderate Democrats as well as Republicans And you have seen you saw in Virginia saw New Jersey you're going to say okay look these people are nuts
The Left, and Their Choice of Victimhood
"It's a very interesting thing. What type of human being wants to be perceived as a victim? It's like telling me that some people would like to be perceived. As a vegetable. I want you to know I'm really an asparagus. That is how remote it is from my own sense of self. I. I so rebel against the thought that I would be perceived as a victim, even if I am. I don't like it. It's a terrible way to go through life. And yet people ache for it. It's part of the sick, the pathology of leftism. That you are you are special if you're a victim. Everything the left touches it destroys it is astonishing. In some sick way, he is a victim. He's a victim of left wing, thinking. Oh, I will be important. Because I will be a victim. What was he making on the show? Do you know the serious salary? Making per episode what most people don't make any here, I presume. The victim, by the way, if you remember of a victim group, why make it up? Why not? Why not just wait for the horror to happen? Why are there so many made up? Because it's so rare, that's why. 2 a.m. on a freezing Chicago night. People were waiting. For a black gay man to come by. Oh my God. And you realize that from the beginning, I didn't know it didn't happen. I didn't even say it. It didn't happen, but I was skeptical from the beginning because the track record of all these all of these claims of racist events, the track record is almost zero.
What Would Happend if Roe v. Wade Is Overturned
"Today is a big day in America because the Supreme Court I believe now while we're taping this is hearing the oral arguments in a Mississippi case that could end up being what overturns roe V wade. And I just want to be on the record and say, there's a lot of false information out there, okay? When people who are pro abortion say that overturning roe V wade will be some dramatic horror. I just want to say to those people, there are plenty states in America where if roe V wade went away yesterday, you can still get your late term abortion. So you're fearing you're hearing a lot of fear mongering from people who act as though, you know, we're going to go back to the 1820s. And I just want to be clear that even if roe V wade ends up being overturned, and the scheme of things, it's nothing. We're still going to have plenty of abortion in America. The only thing that will change is that we are not going to have a preposterous federal law that says every person in America is somehow entitled by the constitution to an abortion, which is ridiculous. Even if you are pro abortion, the idea that our constitution somehow guarantees abortion into the last month, it is preposterous. It's bad law. And on this program, I always just want to be clear about what we're dealing with. So abortion doesn't get wiped out if the Supreme Court undoes roe V wade. So this is a lot of fear mongering you're hearing on the other side and you're going to get a lot of we're just going to have a lot of that. You're going to have a lot of people freaking out. And I just want to say, I don't even know what you're freaking out about because abortion will still be legal in America, unfortunately.
Why Kyle Rittenhouse Should've Never Gone to Trial
"Where my brain goes with this stuff, it's sort of like saying Supreme Court declares one plus one equals two. And everybody cheers. And there's a side of me that says, why are we cheering? Like we know one plus one equals two. The only horror is that we needed to hear what the Supreme Court said on it as though they didn't themselves know that one plus one equals two. At that point right now. Roger Kimball wrote a brilliant column about this. Kyle rittenhouse, that should case never have gone to trial. We had high definition video of leftist thugs chasing them through the streets yelling, kill him, kill him, kill him. We had video of someone clubbing him with a skateboard. We had video of someone pointing a gun at him. When he shot those three psychotics, one of whom was a pedophile. It was obviously self defense. He was even this. This is like my brain explodes. You say one of whom was a pedophile. Okay, a child rapist. Now, if you're following the news, many people already know this. But I think it bears repeating since we've not addressed this issue. Talking about things that are so confusing. In other words, it's not an issue of Kyle rittenhouse is chased by some people or whatever. The people chasing him are the sort of characters that anybody would say are super bad people. Not anybody Eric, not anybody, the mainstream media were to say calling them heroes. A Democrat legislator saying, they were a group of heroes. They were antiracist activists and Kyle rittenhouse cross state lines illegally with an AR-15 attack. Assault weapon and killed them. None of which is true. They will have no we know, don't take for granted or the old maybe your listeners don't know this because you're the only person saying it. If they read MS MSN, if they watch NBC, if they watch CNN, they don't know any of this. They think he was a white nationalist who carried a gun across state lines and murdered people. None of which is true. He didn't carry a gun across state lines. He shot himself defense. He wasn't a white nationalist. They were white communist thugs trying to murder him trying to burn down a used car dealership of some small businessman.
LeBron James Ejected After Contact With Pistons' Isaiah Stewart
"It's very rare that I called a human being bad, LeBron James is a bad man. I don't know if he was negligent or whatever he was thrown out of a game after. Elbowing one of the you see this? That the Troy pistons player Isaiah Stewart, and the guy was old bloody. 20 man brawl on the court. What he said about the colonel rittenhouse, just as it was so he mocks his tears. He's never said a word about China. The guy is in the realm of being horror. See, this is an interesting question. I live in LA, a lot of Laker fans here. See, I have always been stuck in life. I think morally for anything else I think about right and wrong. I couldn't root for the Lakers with LeBron James on the team. I just couldn't. So I'd like to and I feel bad for Laker fans. Feel bad for any fans. I mean, how could you be a fan of a team that has BLM? On its uniforms. Members of the team that wouldn't stand for the American flag.
Ned Ryun on the 'Big Rig' and Cleaning Up Voter Laws For Future Elections
"My wife is an election officer. And she's told me horror story. She only got trained, I think, four or 5 years ago. Whenever she was serving for the GOP, as always, you know, three times as many Democrat volunteers. We are a number one in Virginia right now. It's insane. Yeah, no, this is the thing where I talk to win if you don't have troops. Well, this is the thing I keep American majority after the 2020 elections election integrity has been the big focus of our training this year in which we want people to fully understand what happened in 2020. The big rig, but also what can you do about it? How can we be smart and sophisticated about and make sure that we are actually heavily involved in the actual voting process, we're there inside the room on election day. But even importantly, I think the next step is this, you know, I don't want to go too far down a rabbit trail, but dirty data leads to dirty elections. We've got to actually have a massive grassroots effort to put pressure to clean up the voter
Gunnery Sergeant Jessie Jane Duff Describes When She Knew She Was Different
"Welcome back to one on one with Marine Corps guttery sergeant Jesse Jane Duff. All right, so you joined the Marine Corps, Jesse James, you don't have driver's license. I want to give you MOS transport. They're going to be driving stuff. Big rigs. I got to ask you first because I'm just curious. What was your favorite thing to drive of all the rigs? Oh, they probably the Mac that when we at least a Mac truck at my commercial motor pole at camp Pendleton base motor transport. They at least a Mac at one time, and let me tell you there was nothing like it. It's like the Cadillac 20 feet up in the air. But I can tell you two of my favorite experiences. One was when I was driving. It was probably a flat nose white. I don't recall the tractor that I was in. And I was hauling heavy equipment to an Air Force Base outside of riverside, California to get offloaded onto a aircraft. And I have to drive through commercial streets, civilian streets, and I didn't have a concept of how I looked. I didn't realize I was pretty. I really didn't. I wasn't even allowed to date for goodness. Yes. Protective family. Straight into the moon. I mean, I knew I wasn't ugly, but I just did. So what happened? Well, so two things. Well, one. What are you wearing? Are you in common? Yeah, it's always in camouflage. So to experiences, being naive like that was very good for me because I was never arrogant or big headed, and I never thought I could. Manipulate people. No, I was always like, I got to prove myself. I got to work harder. Always. I was always like a maniac. So I'm driving this tractor trailer. Now remember looking at the roads and how the navigate the turn. This is a long trailer. And I look down and there's a civilian lady. She looks up at me. Her eyes pop out of her head. Her jaw drops, and then she gives me the biggest thumbs up, you would ever see. Like, she just thought that was so cool 'cause the side of the truck said the United States Marine Corps. I'm in camouflage. The second experience was offloading heavy equipment and, oh, no, to pick up equipment from an infantry unit in 29 palms. So I get out there, that's the desert. I have to back up into and I'm backing up into the dock to load up their hummers. They're humvees. And I jump out of the truck and the look on their faces was absolute shock. Now I'm a sergeant at this point. Marines are professionals. You hear all these horror stories from I'm sorry. In the Marine Corps, they see your rank, you don't hear a PEEP of disrespect. And I'm out of that truck and they'll look on their faces was seriously. She's gonna hold us out of here. You could just see it. And I said, all right, double dogs. I need to get you to drive up the hummers onto the trailer. And they're waiting for me to ask for help to chain it down. But we don't do that. When you're trained in the motor pool, you're taught how to chain down your gear. And again, I'm not thinking I'm a lady opened the door for me or help me. It was a different mindset. And then they stood there and watched me get the underneath those at the chains and then take the break apart, pull it in and clamp them all down all two or three hummers. And then I said, anybody want to ride back to camp Pendleton and that one of them had the balls to get on that truck. And I roll back to campell, guys, I'll see you there. And then they offloaded. But I would say those stood out to me because that's when I realized I was different.
Why Doesn't Joe Biden Recognize Indigenous Peoples Elsewhere?
"One Indigenous peoples day I think Trump just announced Trump excuse me Biden just announced That they're going to have indigenous peoples I don't know if it's today I don't know if it's Monday isn't Monday Columbus day mister bucher I think it is And I believe we're all supposed to hate Christopher Columbus aren't we I think so Indigenous peoples day Interesting And the president of course talked about so many of the horrors that have occurred in this country Why is it that he and his party focus on all the negatives Why is that I'm quite serious about this Now when I hear him talk about indigenous peoples day how come he doesn't talk that way when it comes to the Middle East indigenous peoples day How come he doesn't talk that way when it comes to the Jewish people in Israel How come he doesn't talk that way when it comes to Judea and samaria What you're not the West Bank of Jordan never were They belonged to the indigenous peoples and of the Palestinians were not there isn't it shocking They've been there for less than 200 years Now the indigenous people there have been there like 4000 years the Jews So why doesn't he recognize the indigenous peoples There Because politically it just doesn't work for him That's why Because he's an idiot That's the other reason why indigenous peoples day
We Must Own Our Complicity in Afghanistan
"The united states shame right over its precipitous sprint out of afghanistan shadow this country's conscience for generation every horror story and they will keep coming is partly the result of our decision to bug out the death and destruction that occur in previously secure parts of that country will be on the bipartisan decision to exit the fiasco of president biden ordered quick march out of the country with its arbitrary deadline and false proclamations of the heroic airline effort. Airlift effort will garner the most shame but barack obama and donald trump all wanted the same thing they wanted out to all three presidents lacked. What abraham lincoln possessed and george w bush often display the strenght to shoulder. The suffering of war brought home in dead and wounded. Young soldiers sailors airmen and marines the country. Tired of it too. We do not have the ability to fight a long war. Even with minimal casualties be because for us. There is no such thing as a minimal casualty. We can take station troops on board. We peacekeeping missions in kosovo but we cannot endlessly endure the loss of american life to enemy combatants so we left but our greatest centers to have left without first overseeing an exodus of those who were desperate to run from baruch theocracy. We did a portion of the saving at the last minute and those tens of thousands who did escape will be forever grateful for the eleven marines. One navy cormon and one army soldier who gave their lives at those refugees might live but for twenty years. We pretend it all of us at some sort of middle ground might emerge between the darkest midnight and the dawn of democracy. Turns out there wasn't such a middle ground and yet we owed an exit to those who relied on falso.
"horror" Discussed on Whores Talk Horror
"I'm on the twitter it. It's a katie mary. Mayor why rich That's my twitter handle. It's my actual name. Which is also advice. That i did not heed and i never on instagram. So i'll say no probably know on instagram instagram. Makes you feel bad about myself. Why are i don't know it makes you feel bad about myself. Because i feel like it's it's so cure i usually scrolling it at like three when i'm still in bed like oh yeah and everyone's like in kabo or something i don't know. Yeah but you know when when the cameras stop or whatever the you know. They're not showing the only showing the highlights and everything else is like. Yes yes and of course. Ruins life sucks. I know it does. And i know that. But it's more of like. Yeah but they made the effort to get out of bed. I think you should just post pictures of you in bed. You should go the opposite route. Katie they're just using the kabo filter. I mean they might be there on their toilet. Did you watch that the that that was. Hbo bax yes was no. It's all about like where they they take three normal people and try to turn them into instagram famous people. Oh my god no. I think i would have to cut my wrist if i watch that. That sounds it's pretty. It's pretty good at also pretty like oh fuck while this. This is really sad. Katie being you thank you so much. Such a president laughed this hard and so long. Wait a minute sorry many hurt. We'll thank you all for listening to us. Always you can write to us at horace talk horror at gmail.com with anything you want to share with us. Whether it's ghost stories. True crime stories creepy stories. If you live with a non horror fan and you wanna tell us about what that's like whatever you want to read on our show. Please send it to us. Please do subscribe rate and review us on your streaming platform of choice It does help us get more exposure and we really appreciate it. if you're able to please join our patriots. you can get early access to episodes. See some exclusive posts. Maybe i don't know we'll have katie flash camera. I'm totally kidding. That's old news and we might even send you some cool shit in the snail mail. So yeah if you can please join as always. Please be kind to each other out. There be safe. Get that vaccination and as always thanks for being with us sharing you on a beer. Oh my god..
"horror" Discussed on Not Another Horror Podcast
"September two thousand. Heather viscerally grew up in maui speeches in hawaii. She was described by everyone that knew her. As a woman of contrast she was unapologetically fashionable. Classy yet she couldn't keep from stopping to help perfect strangers. She was always bringing home. Strays often ended up staying with her family for weeks at a time. She loved people. That's what everyone says. She was brought up by her grandparents. Who had been raised as quakers pennsylvania. She had a lightness of being new york. Musician botha's jerrell said if heather was part of a group outgassing at the clubs. He knew that night would be fantastic. He remembered that another one. Her friends said about her once you met her. You couldn't help falling in love with their heather had enrolled this fall for her senior year of undergraduate classes in human development at the contra costa satellite campus of california state university. She planned to work is a counselor or social worker. Heather spent eight years before she moved to california. Working and taking classes. Part time in maui can be college on the island where she grew up. Tap mccall history and math in the early nineteen eighties at malley. St anthony school is small. School of about three hundred students remembers her as a rebellious girl. Who had a question for everything
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"So then he heads to hunters house which this dude ranch. We have so much to say about. I've so much to say about this lake. There aren't a lot of actors in general who probably live in a house. This fucking nice with with a fucking beautiful vineyard away from their home in the giant his house the big big house biggest mansion in the fucking world with like fucking fountains and shit help like three different workers. A keypad for his gate lives in producers house. That's where he lives. He should be living in the valley in a ranch. You tell me this fucking horror actor. We don't even know what horror movies in what he's doing but later in the movie he keeps calling his movies action movies even though everyone says horror so he didn't even know what movies is in and then also Spoiler alert. I guess is going to break into his house later. He's gonna pull some trophies that say best monster makeup and then another trophy. That says stunts. So i'm like i don't know this guy does. Does he just do everything. he has. No acting awards. By the way i didn't. He had like five trophies but he only read off too. And i'm actually pissed about that. I was like you need to read off those other three fucking trophies. Because i need to know what the fuck this guy's doing lives right next to that gorgeous vineyard. Yeah that was. that was a really interesting very forrest. Gump -i that moment to the music was forrest. Gump be like it was really was really odd movie like it it takes from every one of those movies are like media things at all with a mentally challenged person forrest gump mice of man of the mice and men moment. We'll get to that one. Yeah yeah it does. And it basically is an. It's an oman to all of the movies with autistic characters. All of them except a one. Wait. what's the one where What's is a cuba gooding that plays like a football player wasn't represented in this movie. Leprechaun jennifer aniston. No no no that happens in that to rate radio flyers radio or something.
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"All the christmas carol right right about it. Okay all right. Yeah okay and of course the movie. We're gonna talk about after the break at christmas. Horror story oh boy really looking forward to this man i. I don't want my hand here but we'll see we'll see how things go here but Yeah yeah so. That's that's all you watched that was. That's those two and then of course. I did my homework yesterday. And why did you know our movie. Yeah that we're gonna talk about yes. Yeah never heard of the film. I know you'd never. How did you find out about it. I don't even remember. I kind of stumbled upon it. There was these lists of the best. Christmas horror movies to watch okay and this was on a lot of people's lists and i saw no rotten tomato headed intellect eighty-three percent tree. I'll role in all of that after the break. So let's let's take a break now okay. We'll come back and we'll talk about christmas for story. Yes all right kids. We'll be right back whole world studios podcast work..
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"And i i do is like i guess. Victim shame is the twenty twenty word Yeah jank jank. The the house been was so adamant that she was not intoxicated. That he hired. It took them some time. He got his money together and hired on investigator. We also asked the hands and the boss daddy penalty for statements. They declined to provide them. All right. tom ruskin your the Investigator on behalf of daniel. What have you found what we've found. Is everything contrary to the fact that she was drinking that day we found that she left the campground at around nine thirty. Daniel left right in front of her at that. Point in time preceded Diane and the kids proceed to the mcdonalds. The police have said that in analyzing the video from mcdonald's that they see nothing unusual in in her behavior we know she was at mcdowell. Still ten forty that morning. We found my firm and my investigators found in a convenience store right in close proximity to the mcdonald's. We found that. Diane pulls in with the mini van owned by her brother and enters that convenience store after filling up her car or the minivan with gas. She needs and she looks around the store looking for something then comes back and you see her very clearly on the video engaging the store clerk in a conversation the store clerk has given us a statement which says that he independently remembers. Diane schuler. he didn't know. Is the woman involved in the takada. Ick parkway accident. He remembers her and he picked her out of the video. As we were going through the video of that day he said that's the woman who came in and was looking for tylenol or advil gel caps. He didn't have it. She's the parts and you see her very clearly walking in and walking out of that store what appears to be a totally normal walk and going out and getting back into the car and leaving we then know that she proceeded down Route seventeen eastbound trump. Yeah that's a very indicative. And you're a veteran investigator yet. Oh as your conclusion that the medical examiner is totally wrong. The new york police the police division state police are totally wrong. Everybody is wrong but you. This man is investigator. Found out this. The exact same thing ran his own independent tests his own labs and got the exact same results. she was spile accounts by two researchers best drunken blown. I feel bad for these guys. I mean you try to paint this gorgeous picture of this gorgeous family and in it sucks that even in the end. They couldn't say she had a problem. I think that that's what that's what facilitated. They are all in denial. Everything's okay everything endings. And they just kept on going on ios you think even in private they just said no she just i mean. She drinks a little because he didn't really know her. I read the articles horns and many articles i read. I read somewhere that they were like. They were on two different schedules. He worked nights and she worked as vice versa and though so when he saw her she put on his face but he was. They were on different. Schedules was easier. I go out and drink and come back and recover by the time he gets home and so we'll that seems to be a reoccurring theme in my life. As i hear stories like this to of when you hear like husbands and wives you know like i mean i went through it in my own with my own wife. Her ex husband was like this normal. But now nsur khaki wearing motherfucker right. That had a full time job and and she didn't even realize that he had a drinking problem which ultimately broke up their marriage but didn't realize the whole dating process everything and on their honeymoon cruise. He spent twelve hundred dollars in alcohol in like five days. So like she's gone through the credit card statements like and then she told me throughout the course of the marriage she would go to clean organize something or whatever. Pull out some books from the bookshelf. There would be like an empty bottle hidden back there. There would be empty bottle in the top shelf of the closet. There would be a bottle under the mattress like bottles everywhere and but he didn't really drink at home in front of her. The kids he would stop on the way from work grabs model drinking on the way home. Maybe another one in the briefcase. After everybody goes to bed he'd go in the living room. Drink a bottle sticking behind the plant and in you're shaking your head right now yeah. It's it's really really sad is happening probably happening in a good portion of the families that you currently know you're like you know what i wish. We could be like that family but in private. You have no idea what these people are doing. As point his continual denial of it in his can't began to become burdensome. Four the serve the families of the victims they. Actually i think i forget who it was. I think maybe one of the best starry people's daughters or someone was basically look every time you deny this publicly. Try and go on shows and make. It seem like she didn't have a problem you. It's painful for us the year you we have to relive in every time you should just accept the truth and i think more than one family member from the different families came out looking you stop. It's time to stop. And that was a big part of what made it so controversial. The broader got sued. He imagines three kids in getting sued because the family of the best authorities in maybe other two people died sued the brother as well as danny because the brother the van was being driven. Now so why. Why did you let her drive on top of that. This is great. This is the last information i have. A documentary came out. And i think you can actually find it on youtube. It's called. there's something wrong with diane. I forget the that surrounded. But danny.
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"High are andrea. Canning has more on this story with. I'm not going to be all secretive. It's the story of a woman named diane schuler and this accident took place in two thousand nine. It was Sunday july twenty. Six two thousand nine. I'm going to try and pronounce his satanic Drunks tonic water. To conic state parkway was the had happened on his in new york state somewhere. I think i'll actually. I have it right here so they were leaving campgrounds. This is a family of gosh. Was mom dad. And i believe three to four kids. You think the full number and it was also her brother in his his job. This is a is a ground. Just imagine any campgrounds in america. I looked up the website. When i was doing research. It looks like if you've ever been to any of the yogi bear campground places or anything like that just pretty much a beautiful legs cool hills and stuff for the kids the play all that stuff two and a half hours southeast of new york city boards at this family was like they're all about it every weekend they were out there they had just spent the weekend there there. I think friday through sunday woke up sunday. They had driven multiple vehicles. I think at least two mentioned in the story there was a pickup truck and then diane was driving a two thousand four two thousand five red windstar and so that her brother owned it which actually ends up putting him over layer on. That's kind of where the time starts in this timeline. I did not put together. It's from there Multiple you can do your research. It's actually really fun. I hear stories. I haven't heard of another podcast. I listen to. I'll start geeking out and reading the original articles and stuff so anyway you'll find multiple articles this is from a true crime. Law found all site the name somewhere. So don't get our hands left but the day started elect five thirty four. The dad he gives up. He's cleaning the boat. He's doing the stuff. The wife wakes about nine She gets the kids ready in packed up. Diane she gets up at seven. I can't hear that she begins getting hurt two children. I'm going to read this script because it is informative since seven. Am diana wakes up and begins getting her two children. Brian five and erin too as well as her three nieces. Emma eight years old alison seven in k. Five dressed in ray. That's at seven at nine thirty. The dad leaves a pickup truck to the this is what his his. Name's danny danny in diane schuler. So danny the father drives off with a pickup truck that they own and the family dog. I'm really confused about that. About why if it were me. I would take some of my kids with me. Not just the dog. This is the liberty liberty new york at nine fifty six. Am so these are. This is the time online based often footage. So basely imagine leaving. They leave separate he leaves. They live about the same time he keeps going and she makes a few stops so the time line is from the foot security footage. It's put together by security footage from the stop. She made and then like mine. Woman calls in eyewitness reports after the fact. Okay so it's a. It's a hodge podge of different sources at nine fifty six. She stops at a mcdonald's as the first place where footage as seen at this point in time she looks normal. She's not act displaying any signs of being intoxicated. The kids are playing the play pat place one article. I read even said that one of the mcdonald's employees was like no she even had an extended conversation of me and she was completely fallen. She ordered no food and this is very telling. If you're a drunk she ordered no food but your orange juice. I'm not gonna completely give it away not much of a mystery. But i'd like to leave that little bit later on the story but if you're drunk drinker any type you know what you want. Mortgages for of your. If you're if you're a drinker she orders the orange juice. The kids play for some time. They spend a little bit of time there but roughly forty six minutes or so they leave at nine fifty six so that nine fifty six the next place. The food captures her. She purchases an orange juice and she takes to the car as they leave so she buys the orange juice as leaving mcdonalds at ten forty six. She stops for gas. The footage at the gas station shows her in asking the clerk. For jill cap pain relievers tylenol or something for some reason the stores either out of stock or they just didn't have. That's another thing that's weird. I can't understand why you would be drinking a lot and then want some painkillers unless you already hung over you know what i mean a true true but i don't know why else you stop. S for hitting medicine will also know what is called hair of the dog true. So you know they're camping. Stay up all night. Partying little hanky panky. They fall hard creek in the back. Yeah i i think her being hungover would explain the otherwise. I don't quite get it. Her intoxication in this situation and her like Against her addictions were big centerpiece of this whole thing after the initial Bidding thing that drug out afterwards. Lots of legal stumps. Let's get back into. I think here's my my lucas theory. And i think that she started drinking at ten thirty three when she bought that orange juice. I think that's why she seemed normal. Right i mean and if you think about it it makes sense. Because unless you're lightweight you taking a few shot take three shots back to back as drunk. And i don't get it takes me to forty five minutes Might loosen up a little bit right away but to actually flew. It takes a good while i looked it up and google says it takes about thirty minutes to your facts and if you're an experienced drinker the other thing i've experienced i i know is that you don't realize how drunk you are because you're used to the feeling exactly so you know and especially if you're sitting down for a long time you're driving that you feel fine and then you get up and go so you know. I think her coming off normal her drinking something that doesn't really have the strongest sent mean alcohol has set but i think that she was drunk a long time in the people who are like. Oh yeah she. She seemed fine when i saw her. I think that they just couldn't tell no doubt so now. They're in middleton area new york so they're traveling back to where i don't remember the actual city traveling back home passing two little small towns in. You're eleven thirty seven emma. This is one of the her.
"horror" Discussed on Fun Time Horror Show
"Any pot could getting money to buy me any alcohol because my sister's out clubbing. They didn't wanna come back and helped me out so shit. What do i do. I used to have zippo. So i got the lighter. Food from the zippo importing african bandanna just put on my face and then held it. Until i felt was insane. It was really stupid. That was kinda done. Because i was all depressed about a girl so high right now good. That's probably team spice dude had wrote down. Had to tell you about this. I at one point was working a job that did random and not getting high is not an option gots keeping high. But i can't fill drug us so i do. Hey this The there was a generic name for it. I think it was called like herbal propery or something like that. I can't remember exactly like called like shit to get you high but it had some meaning. They can sell it as that was. The loophole was called something it was it was market as a potpourri like called good good feelings good feelings potpourri at one point before they illegal everybody had version out so take a quick story because it was really relevant to what you're talking about. This guy came in thrown. He was reworked offshore. He was an underwater wilder for ocean. Here and he He can he came back like you know for two weeks at a time. And he can't get high and he tells us his pothead friends who metal ban. he's like. Hey guys he's at our practice and he's like here's fifty bucks. Give me the burst. Whatever that she's called you can find. I'm like okay. Cool so me and my buddy go to the head shop Looking around see this shit called judgment day and it has his skull on it. And it's like melting and on like dude. We gotta smoke that. So i get it the melting skull the melting indicator. I was kinda scared. But i was also like hey. This might be fun so we get back. Put it in a pipe. Smoking a pipe to give so much money because he didn't want to smoke out of our lead pipes cause any get any get cannabis in assist anyway. Pia we all smoke. And i'm sitting there. Were playing song. And i i. I'm feeling great halfway through the song. I don't remember what song on playing anymore. My fingers are typically a heart to non wanted. And i'm okay hard before you. You've done some pretty serious. You can do this to keep your head. Straight is thank distinct. this don't think about it. Breath breeze on top of myself through. I look over in the the dude from the from offshore is like curled up in a ball under a chair like just losing his mind so we all stop. And we're like dude. Are you okay. And he was asked us to call him and a heavy shit shit that was judgment day. And that's like some of the bad trips. That i saw like when i was doing research for this looking at ut videos and stuff. I mean i. I got lucky i just got it right but i was looking at people that were falling through coffee table season out on their bags. Making animal sounds in. You know screaming at their friends. Were trying to kill them when they were trying to get him to shut the fuck up for the cops came trumping anyway man So we're going to go ahead and go into our second part of the show and lucas is going to share with us. A very interesting story you know are a lot of ways. I could go into this. But i think that way to kind of segue to tell you about something that happened to me on the way here on way. Here i was on the freeway headed east over here. This part town and where fifty nine and sixteen split. You know i'm trying to get over su Only fifty nine. I trying to get over in. The traffic was moving despite him flowing like normal than all sudden. It was an abrupt stop. And i was going about fifty five. I wasn't quite at the speed limit. Yeah because i was trying to get over. But i had to slam on my brakes. And i was slowing down but i could tell i was gonna hit the so. I a frigging soared into the right lane and i'm like crap. Someone might be right there. So i looked in there was so it gave me a moving my hands but no one can see me. It gave me just enough room to swerve right but then for back gave me just enough time to miss them and everything worked out. I don't know what happened if someone up ahead slammed on their brakes but ironically already got hit so spoiler alert. I'm very hung over today. I've i've lost my lunch in my breakfast and just about everything i put my stomach. So it was ironic. Because i was like. I'm coming today to tell a story about a tragic asked. dwi accident. and i'm hungover if i'm gonna gotten a bad ass in in then got killed while hung around the way to tell a story by i. I was like dude. That shit is like what your toxicology report would say. I mean i'm not. I haven't had any alcohol since last night so i wouldn't come up is drunk but i'm sure it's still in my sister. I mean will you near professional lately. I am i have. I have an on again. It's like my relationship with religion. I have an on again off again relationship sometimes. I i'm i'm really close. I walk really close with lord alcohol in sometimes. Don't sometimes one time. I took a nine month break. So i think i'm actually do for one anyway. Let's not be serious. So that kinda i thought that was rather fortuitous. Some like dang this is really gonna be like close to home so whatever you told me we're going to cover wild crazy drunks from around the world that kinda got me thinking about my history which i think from what we said in context clues you figure out i i i like to party. Come off as like a someone that's always screwed up is just when i have fun. I have too much fun as the best way to say it. And i'll go on little binges so that's commie. But they got me thinking about myself. And how i've never done any. I've done the typical stuff new you experiment. But i've never done by men. No yes of course. no. That's why i said so close to you work strip trip like i've done hallucinogens. I've taken ecstasy. I've done acid done powder i've done. Everything would put a needle my arm. I've done for the most part. So i have a wide experienced. Got me but i've never done jank. I've never like snorted a basalt eight. Someone's face i've never done those things but it got me thinking about like the shift that i do and i'm like man. No alcohol is not crazy. It's not some wild. I guess if you shake it up making a vapor is crazy but for the most part it's widely accepted in all cultures across the world. And so you don't think much about it. It's really a devastating drug. Yeah like when. I was doing the research for this. Show it it popped up on every single top ten list for the most deadly drugs like when you google search like you talk to him mostly drugs alcohol in in one of the things said i've learned about all unlike you know heroin or cocaine. It tends to not only ruin your life. But it ruins in. And i'm not saying if i had a son who is a heroin addict it running my life the show you as you know. I'll be sharing a personal story. And in i think based on what i know about your story. You're going to show how this drug fucks up. People in the worst way ours was i going. I'm not gonna read a script. But i have notes because the way the story unfold as a timeline and i was not going to be able to memorize all these times a week. Investigators wondered what made a mom drive her minivan full of children the wong way down on new york highway causing head on collision that killed eight people including her own daughter three per nieces this morning. The stunning answer. Police say this mother was drunk. And.
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"Then got into flecha lease end the doctors to mark. Good morning good morning. It's a drug that is described as being more powerful than heroin or cocaine and medical experts and law enforcement are warning of the dangers not just to users but to anyone who gets in their way which is basically a second-generation basalt but what's weird about this is like a form of this drug has actually been around since the sixties so it was created to basically take like a laboratory drug in the put it out on the streets basically a stimulant that has effects comparable Almost like a cross between meth coke. So if methane coke had a baby and sticking trump's our president so i will also mentioned that. It is since china in imported china. Yeah along with the corona virus and yeah so you can eat it. you can snorted. You can rub it in your gums. You can smoke it in meth pipe. You can injected into your cock and you can also do something called booty shoot the but stuff. People are putting things in there s. It's really really cheap. It's way more addictive than math. Basically it's ten times more powerful than coke in. It's like a fraction of the price. I've found a website called medicine. Net dot com. That actually had some good side effects listed which are bizarre behavior agitation paranormal paranoia paranoia delusions of superhuman strength is basically 'cause agitated naked men to run to traffic in 'cause other dudes to sexually assault trees in public It's like bark rash on your dick. So here's a couple of headlines. I found about people who were like jacked up on basalt and flock. Everybody knows about the face. Eating zombie actually heard that that could be urban legend that he could have been on something else but everybody attributed to of basalt. And since i'm doing the show needs stories i'm going to contribute to basalt to but basically this do name really rudy eugene. he was discovery eating another man's face in broad daylight in florida. Yeah so the. Victim's name was ronald popo in he had much of his face chewed off including his eyebrows nose. Parts of his forehead cheeks has left. I was gone in basically the only way that the police were able to get him to stop was to fire on him and he was not up to four times be finally before he finally went down An interesting story. I've found was basalt contributed to horrible mistreatment of goat specifically goats yet. Oh a man named mark thompson decided to go on a three day basalt in his home in a loon creek west virginia on may two thousand eleven and it went about horribly as could be expected thompson. Got a hold of his neighbors. Pygmy goat brought it to his house in pierce's neck. When the neighbors entered a home they found thompson wearing a bra. No pant there was blood everywhere next to the deceased goat explicit images thompson bolted from the front door was later found in the woods by police. He got higher about salt. Still the neighbors go put on women's underwear in had sex with the goat. I guess while stirring had sexual materials in while his throat was slit the goat's stove. Yes pink thanks for keeping up. We'll see florida made a man. Thank god Let's see here. Oh he thought he was the god. Thor the god of thunder great and then he also had some relations with the tree. He attacked a cop and he ran unclothed through the streets. All she does the same guy who raped the go. Now this is different so Basically the police officers tried to stop him by using a taser and he just beat the shit out of the cops. Story of this is a horrible event In washington so from april. Two thousand. Eleven army sergeant david stewart and his wife christie were caught speeding on the interstate. The trooper that was trying to pull them over chased him during the chase stewart fired on his wife in crashed his car. So it sounds like the guy like trying to kill his wife in crashes car steward then fired on himself which means he killed himself before he could be apprehended. Their five year old son jordan was later found. This easterner home is presumed that he was ended by one or both of his parents. Singer jacked up on bath salts killed on kid all the west of how this is a tragic story i found about a man who ultimately took his own life while being on basalt this happened in november of two thousand ten twenty one year old named deke sanders. He started a pack of basalt in after becoming like highly paranoid. He convinced he was convinced that the police are after him. He grabbed a butcher knife in slit his own throat but his father apparently was able to save his life in talking temporarily off the ledge in. Stop the bleeding. But he continued to trip over the next several hours in an ultimate he became very erratic in ended up taking his own life with a rifle so many shoes on the head. I don't know he just shot himself. That's in kirk combing that. I think there would be bad. Enough will not mean like with a rifle is having a heart issues will be of use. Your toe did observation cobain. Maybe we'll have a Experimental phase of the podcast. Where we actually there on. That's what we have to come. Oh yeah that's true. Hi pete so I'm going to skip one of my next one's in go straight in the spice as spices. Obviously the synthetic marijuana that every gas station at least in houston selling I personally accidentally tried some k to it was it was really bad. Basically what it is like taking i guess natural herbs but then sprang like synthetic chemicals on so when you consume it if it kinda mimics effects of cannabis of cannabis but the is is way. More side effects are like way stronger than my typical marijuana and is really dangerous. Here's a couple of headlines that i found connor eckhart was a healthy nine year old in he was declared brain dead after his very first us. Full moon t a bad batch kills two men x. Marijuana addict commit suicide after prolong use of synthetic replacement man on synthetic marijuana shakes baby to death one. Us marine stabs a fellow marine during an altercation while being on synthetic marijuana teen dies after freaking out and slamming his car into a house one hundred miles an hour man. Smoke synthetic marijuana before shooting pregnant. Fiancee in the face in this one was like kinda crazy but nearly one hundred and twenty people in dallas in overdose on k. Two in just five days. Somebody's bullshit or not. I found on the internet but It after personally experiencing ketu i didn't hallucinate or have like a bachelor which is like really super frigging high. I only imagine what it'd be like for like fourteen year old kid. Smoking for hours with his buddies..
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"Deepak several years but when poco hough or powdered alcohol was released on the market. Some people abused it by starting at guess how those people were getting fucked up with alcohol. I'm actually interested in this pattern. Of course you would be in the most knob these facts disturbing to say the least least as you mentioned a blood alcohol level of point four. That is five times the legal limit investigators are looking into it trying to get to the bottom of it. They believe that. Alex broughton used an alcohol enema to get more alcohol into a system. Now i want to read the statement from police They kind of break it down as the way they see it happening upon extensive questioning it is believed that members of the fraternity were using rubber tubing inserted into their rectums as a conduit for alcohol as the abundance of capillaries and blood vessels present present rather greatly heightens the level and speed of the alcohol entering the bloodstream. As it bypasses the filtering by the liver. That's right people are but chugging it is not funny guys. This is not funny cheese. Like i'm sorry but it makes me think about like porn. My god probably on and you see people like doing the interviews for the fetish stuff. I've never seen this. okay now. Seen a lot of creepy born in never seen those. I fully for top okay. We'll you are weird on the shoe. Apparently people think you can absorb it really rapidly. I think scientifically orbs rather rapidly. Right into your mucus monitoring your nose. Well not of your nose and you're but we're all that's right. I'm sorry i was snorting. Oh man you really going to try this. The problem is is that the alcohol hits the brain like really quickly in it can force you to pass out but the alcohol is still like in your ass which means that your body is continuing to absorb it in so you can basically be like odeen getting e-e-e-e-no dying from this while you're smooth passed out so you don't even know that there's an issue that is bringing Will yeah in you know. Have you ever been like drunk. I don't even know why i'm asking you this. Have you ever been to drunken thrown up today. Okay multiple times. The problem with putting it in your ass is like your body has no way of rejecting it shit out will. You're asleep so you could sleep. In addition to a absorbing it into your amos some of our lady folks are absorbing alcohol in tampons in putting it inside. Their vaginas has got a bird. Yeah i don't know if it actually scientifically proven to get you drunk on like the chugging but the problem is like really dangerous it damages the body it causes infections can create scarring and it can keep you from having babies which is not minor league. His problem at all eyeballing. It's what it sounds like. You're pouring into your eyes socket and hoping to absorb it into the small capillaries. The problem is it probably doesn't work and you'll probably go fucking blind so decides. I don't know man. This perfectly drinkable alcohol. Report is yeah. Put it in my house on south park. You like put in your heart so anyway and just on the talking about alcohol. Of course you can. Always huffed gasoline or aerosol sprays they all contain different types of industrial alcohols act. Confessional time i've done that you can maybe tell the story after. I'm sure it's a good one. People are of course are still drinking mouthwash and coughs or two which will get into a little bit later here so there was one drug that i found that seems to be making his presence known. I just put it on the list because it's kind of cool. It's called bromo dragonfly in what it does is basically like a psychedelic accept. It can last two to three days so causes intoxication It causes hallucination. But it it has like a really so onset so like once you do it it can take up to six hours to get high. Which makes it really easy to overdo it. Because you're like gift not doing. Nothing bro gives us more that romo dragonfly. Can you overdose on it though or do you just get really the worst case scenarios that i found or stories including overdoses that are accompanied by becoming highly disturbed vomiting blood breathing in that vomit and then becoming xfinity it while having seizures terrifying terrifying hallucinations in some survivors had have a long lasting physical side effects. In one dude. I read about described his Owning or being on the drug as Light being dragged to and from hell multiple times. That sounds awesome. I feel like it's crazy concept of being dragged the hell at all. Does he know well. Apparently he does all right now. We're going to get into basalt everyone's favorite. It's a drug you can buy in cities across the us and it's increasingly making headlights. Dangerous chemical combinations often refer to as bath salts are being blamed for dozens of episodes of bazaar viruses behavior. A new york. Mother suspected of being high on the chemicals was photographed running around naked before police reportedly used a stun gun to subdue her. She eventually died. She allegedly beat her three year. Old son and witnesses described her as being out of control and she got a hold of one of her her dogs and she was rolling around on the ground her arms wrapped around her legs after into strangling the dog. It comes weeks after the gruesome murder. Miami where a man eight. The face of his victim authorities say. Bath salts may have been involved So basalt actually been around for about ten years now is started popping up in two thousand ten win the poison control centers around the country. Were starting to get all these crazy calls Basically it can induce violent behavior. It can cause visions can make you paranoid. It also causes. Nudity using bath salts can raise internal body temperature. So like you just want to like get out of your clothes and one other side effect is by eating your own shit them. Some of the effects of this drug can cause in our body experience again. Make you be like a really good move mood and just overall you fill out of it for a few hours. The bad news is it can also cause you to become highly agitated. You can't sleep you get extremely busy. You have panic attacks you slip into the severe depressions. You haven't overwhelming urge to kill yourself. You're paranoid. I think i said that. The often yeah. You're having delusions seeing multiple sets of perceived realities in overall just becoming psychotic a physically a decreases your muscle in your body control. It increases your blood pressure in your body temperature which we talked about with the nakedness. Gives you chest pains. It gives you a ring heartbea. Nosebleeds causes vomiting seizures. You can have a stroke have a heart attack in it makes your brain swell like a rabid pit bull hell That's urban legend right-now in town were a bunch of pippa lovers. Everybody's got as right as a basalt. I.
"horror" Discussed on Fun Time Horror Show
"In violent. That's an. That's what i wonder is into all the way to work. I want to hear some of the last like oh shit. That's crazy like stop and then puke. Hopefully that's not a daily thing. You ready to kick this thing off. Yes do this all right man so welcome to the very first episode of fun time horror show. Today we are going to discuss crazy drugs. Right was the full title for it. Like crazy while but i don't have a top ten. There might be eleven or eight top. Ten plus two. yeah so each one of our episodes. We're gonna kinda have like a common theme. But we are going to try to bring something from lucas perspective and from my perspective and so essentially you're going to get stories within the same theme and i don't know if these podcasts are going to be like thirty minutes i don't know if they're going to be an hour and thirty minutes. Maybe nobody cares. It probably doesn't matter if we're interesting nobody will care okay so i guess we need to start being interesting so i'm interested. I'm gonna go and kick things off man today. I'm gonna be talking about maybe like Terms like types of drugs. That people aren't aware that maybe they exist or like ways that people are doing drugs. A lot of the stuff started in foreign countries. And i got the worst of the worst because that's when our show is all about no matter how bad the should is for some reason some dumb ass millennial in. Utah's gonna try it to our listeners in utah random state. I'm not saying that. I would say florida because people from florida are it. I i bet you were going to have ten stories from florida. I think so. Art if you google search putting your birth date and it goes for anybody you put in you put man from florida and in your birthday and there's a fucked up story without fail. All right floridians are fucking wild. So i'm gonna go ahead and get into this. Let's see here. I want to start off with like a term that i just learned but it makes a lot of sense that this even exists even though it's stupid farming parties. Are you familiar with what. Farming port is a only only recently reading my note dude. It sounds like you're so old you don't know shit be kind of fun. Good evening we begin tonight with an important warning for parents. Agers are rating medicine cabinet in their homes and taking those pills to what's called farm parties pharmaceutical poor parties news. Melissa vega joins us tonight with details. Lot of parents have never heard of this. Parents really need to know this. Well that's right. The san antonio council on alcohol and drug abuse say these fun. Parties are also known as skittles parties. But there's no candy involved there just code words to keep parents out of the loop nokia. I mean if i was getting that that straight up i mean to me. Sounds like a nightmare in everything that i picked. I picked it because it sounds like a nightmare. So farming party was terminated created in two thousand and two when some newspaper in pennsylvania said that it was occurring in their communities the actual definition that i got a farming party is that it's a media invented term describing alleged get togethers prescription. Drugs are exchanged in randomly ingested in order to become intoxicated. Basically what's happening is like kids are going in rating their parents medicine cabinets going to these parties throwing all the shit in a bowl mixing it up and as you walk in the door i guess you just grab a handful and eat it and hope for the best seles jerry factor to about that he is. It's like russian roulette. Because like i feel if they were smart about it and they read the label like had wrote down what it was and then there was some information cool party. The party was going a little cups little tag. It's like boosters in obviously you throw. The party's over what i'm saying. What i'm saying is that could be a cool concept but it's scary. 'cause they're just like here. Yes you're taking cover a doubter or it could be taken birth control and expecting fucked up ilya. But what if you do. I don't know taking birth control malls ladies when we get an email address. Feel free to call or email into the show and let us know. So here's a problem. Prescription drugs like fit and are single handedly. Responsible for an all new opioid epidemic. So it's kind of weird like in the nineties prescription pills. Were like the top choice for those looking to get high that led into an opioid boom like in the two thousand where people just started shooting up heroin instead and now i probably because of all like to say no programs and people like in movies odi on heroin is coming full circle back around now to pills like these kids are getting super high on these pills so The problem with it is like you get sick. And then you might have a seizure or throw up or something and then you don't tell anybody you don't wanna go to the doctor you definitely. Don't go to the emergency room because you know when your parents find out. They're probably going to take away your iphone so one of the other things that's going on with these parties is like people are getting People were like trading is especially in groups of friends and stuff and just generalized drug-dealing ireland. The concert 'as becoming huge in. Its like booming in middle school and high school because it's like a drug that lake student athletes and students can use in order to get the mental focus. Let's see the let's see. Let's see have you ever heard of a wall alcohol without liquid. Yes i have in. You've probably used it. No i actually scares the crap out of it. So lucas like is on a row. Big health kick. He has been for like a couple of years. So this is perfect for you lucas. Because you can take in all the alcohol that you would normally consume in all those extra calories do. That's why it's appealing to me. I i saw do this on youtube a few years back and i was like what was his that he took a two liter bottle and he put Put liquor in. I don't know what it was. And then he got punked and just got a lot of pressure in there and then yanked it off and like immediately vaporized and he liked inhaled. It like a frigging balm dude will do drunk. We'll hear some other methods that you can use one thing that you can do. Is you can vapor as it you can use. A nebulizer device is usually used for recreational. Use is referred to alcohol smoking. Which kind of goes along with your description that you gave to know how alcohol it must first be converted to liquid in gashes state from a liquid to a gas state so either vapor or missed. A lot of methods have been used to be vaporized pouring over dry ice in a narrow container inhaling it with a straw. Another method is to pour alcohol in a corked bottle with the pipeline. How you explain an in use a bicycle pump to make a spray then of course you can always put it in your bunsen burner with your little heater in with it. Yeah other ways. That people are ingesting alcohol. These days snorting it you do that. Well it's jazzed when people think about snorting substances. They probably think about cocaine her crush Prescription painkillers they're not likely to think about alcohol. But some people have attempted to get drunk faster by snorting it. Reports about starting liquid alcohol usually a high profile or similar liquor.
"horror" Discussed on Horror Vein
"I know i'm like wow. I never thought of that. You know just to have the tombstones and just kind of going through the graveyard. I mean it's all cheesy looking but that's what it is but that's on purpose. It's kind of like a horror film. It's gotta feel you know it's not a full blown film but it's got elements which is all you really need. You know so. Oh yeah no. I mean i think horror fans could relate to it. I mean absolutely in it and empire along great see they. Can't you see that kid. Gripe vampires bubis blue eyed all right just a comedic. Moments are great too. I mean it's just it's got everything i know. He said that about a few films. Scott everything like sleepy hollow and other films. But it's one really does this really. Does i just. That was just kind of the tim. Burton's pinnacle film. You know where he sleepy hollow. Well no Edward mad what. I really think that he really went back to his roots and could relate to you know making a movie kind of independently even though it was a big you know. Hollywood production it was. Eighteen million is not a big budget. But i think he approached it as more of an independent and i think he let johnny depp do his thing and martin landau was thing and you have a lot of great. I mean sure. Sarah jessica parker. I think is really good in the film along as great along bill. Murray bill murray is craig comic relief in the film. This and the often is and he will take those rules where he kind of challenges himself. It's not a normal role. I never cialis. Haven't seen bill. Murray take normal. And that's what i like about what i mean. Yeah i did ghostbusters. And stuff like that. But he lost in translation and You know we're buffalo roam kinda weird offbeat where you wouldn't think this comedian would do this type of movie you know. And then he's playing a guy that's trying to do a sex change and in and stuff like that right. I mean he just wow i mean. He plays it off. Great he does. He does great. Everybody's wonderful wonderful. Just fantastic so. I just highly recommend Even if you know nothing about it would It's just. I know we've shared a lot about it and we can't say enough about it but I can't. I can't tell you how many times i've seen this movie. I mean may to really to is one of the few films that i can watch over and over in that. Get tired of it now. Never get and. I know all the lines to it. I've watched it so many times and it Still hits home at really still grabs me in again. I just saw martin landau performance to am tuesday. Hits the screen. It's like magic. Like yep you're hooked here in your messmer him in a lot of movies and this move. This one was like wow did he. Desert johnny depp. So he's good like you said. I think this is one of his. Yeah i really like jack. I want to really like his performance. It works great in the sierra jessica. Parker it was like wow purchaser. Can't know yeah lisa. Marie is really good. I mean playing vampire fantastic zone so you really have to watch this film horror fans tell you but that's right that's right. We would recommend buying this film if you can get it even now. It's hard to get you know. Is it really. I mean you can get it. But it's like i don't know i finally came out on digital. I was like for a longest time. It wasn't available now finally came out digital. We've got a special edition. Mine's a special edition. you got the blu ray. Now it's not glory but it's got a lot of bonus materials lot of bonus food to you. Don't have a blu ray man. It came to making movies bad movies. Edward was the best. Yeah i love it. It's great tombstones. they look kind of fake there. Yes you shouldn't be dressed up like that. I love that. I love these people. Because who's your turn now or is it my who can't remember all the next movie. Yeah i think. It's i think it's in your court. Is it in my court. It's your court. There's a lot of friends who knows pick now to think about it. I'll take a so. Yeah let me think about that but So we'll get we'll get back to your listeners movie abby next week But yeah but we did. Enjoy talking about ed wood and Yes again check us out on horror. Vein dot com ma and get the latest news. It's actually now. It's called horror vein magazine which changed name. Okay so okay very cool. It's really cool for magazine. Now swag on there. We gotta store and of course you know. Check us out on apple. Podcast lisa review review. We got we had our first one. So yeah so keep up their reviews. We appreciate you listening. Absolutely thank you very much for your support. We can't do this without you. So that's right. That's right and tune in next.
"horror" Discussed on Horror Vein
"It's brutal. It's just you bring dude I'm sorry I don't mean to that's what I was. But you know it's it's it's it's an eye opener, and if you know because sometimes I catch myself and you know it, it just takes a second. You know this guy that's one guy. If I could just take it back and go back to that moment it was did I really have to do it at that point could I could make it a habit to put the phone away because I have you know it's connected through Bluetooth does a phone call comes you take the call but but it's like, okay, text message is not that important where half to Iranian see it right away and that's just like inbred people now it's like, oh I gotTa look at it look at it and you know it just you know we all know that you should be doing this and. Reminder tall takes is. Operatives Jacket and he was he just one guy was in amish country and he he hit a buggy. He ended the flew there were kids and they flew off the buggy in a couple. The kids died. It was horrible just horrible. Yeah it was bad. So I don't mean to be a downer. But this is what I watched and you know it was a nice eye opener and reminder and you know I just. I always tell myself down. You shouldn't put it down down but like that's just. Public Service announcement for a PSA. Yes. But that's the world now. Okay. That's the world where now we all have cellphones for all like. So. Connected or phones and just the messages and stuff, and it's now I don't know speaking of Technology Yeah I want you got a good segue that was great. Go ahead. I. Hope it's. Because I just brought our little. Change. Seven down but. Anyway. So I saw this movie called upgrade. Upgrade. Yes. I've been wanting to watch this movie for a long time ever since I saw invisible man and Lee. One Al who directed the invisible man okay. Ever since I saw that movie I'm been a huge. Fan of Leeann, l.. I was like so blown away by by invisible man I was like I got to see if P. Directing. He made this movie before. He did invisible man called upgrade. All right and it's not a horror film. It's a sci-fi. And, it's like the most realistic scifi movie. I've ever seen because everything that's the technology based in the film. You could actually see happening like maybe five years. Off So believable. But. Let me tell you one of the best, not only just SCI FI movies but action Scifi, movies I. This was movie just blew me away I was. Riveted. From the get go to. I I can't recommend this movie enough. It was incredible. Wow if you get a chance. To, see this movies upgrade. Where you did was it on Amazon or Netflix Sir I bought a Emily it was like four, ninety, nine I'm like, Oh, I'm buying it because this Leon how bad could it be? All right and I'm like. Oh. I'm glad I am at that I know or no no no. Big Stars but Okay. It is the most interesting movie I've ever seen the have. This guy. I won't give too much away, but basically, he gets a chip. Put into his brain. And THE CHIP IS A. Can Talk to them and enhance his body. So he can become whatever you want because the chip takes over and IT'S A. Learning computer chip. Okay and can learn you know moves and so basically, he doesn't know how to fight. But then when chip takes over, it takes over his body, he can like he's like Superman. Oh and then there's this black ops group. That has technology that kind of like cyborg stuff but they. Their arms are are gun. So they have a a a barrel in their hand. Okay and you put the the shells in there like. Like elbow. So the so the whole arm is technically a gun so they you can't detect it so there. So, they flip their wrist in they're shooting bullets out of their hands on my God. Unbelievable. So, upgrade of Greg yes. All right I will I have to try to get Leon Elena show he is amazing. Wow. What a director now okay. So if you Larry Light. Invisible man it's Kinda done like that. You know with the way technology was logged invisible man. I. Know We've talked about a loved it. It was definitely like that. But Yeah Wow. Anyway Yeah. That's That's my two cents yeah. I'll check it out absolutely. Yeah. I WANNA. I WanNa see this alone to God it looks early. Kevin Bacon movies out to. Show left. Should've left. Yeah. Which I heard I heard bad out. Yeah. That's what I heard. It would come Kevin Bacon. I know. I know and seeing a lot of older movies and then unhinged I wanna see that too. On just on the theaters and Russell Crowe. July and August. Yeah. Like new movies, the show it's like even have hocus pocus you can see that in the theaters. Oh you can well, at least in the theater by me, they had it. Theater but no, no, no no. Have you been to a theater yet or no? I have not been prepping. For the Horror Film Festival, which is happening Halloween weekend. Yes Friday and Saturday. October. Thirtieth and thirty. First, we had some great movies. If you're in the Orlando area, please come on buy tickets on sale passes and tickets are on sale. Why? Yes. What better way to spend Halloween we got? Was Movie called Bad Candy. And it's got the lead singer from slipknot in it and the guy. and. Zach Gill. Gillian or I forget his name from Gremlins isn't it? Yeah Okay really good movie. Yeah, and Yeah So. In the area, you can go to show film FEST DOT COM check. It out. Yes. Very cool. So you're still yet working hard on that. I know it takes a lot of work work. Your. I wish I could say something else but I just wanted that. Yeah I I keep hearing good things about ozark though Ozark is supposed to be amazing ozark. Get with. Jason Bateman. Hulu. Netflix. Looks. Oh yes. Since that thing okay. I kind of I don't watch. TV BACK SOMEDAY OR The policies maybe. Okay. Okay Doubtful HBO's my my Go-to now. Go to okay asthma really anyway it's. A It's a TV series I. Get the free trial for AMC. Plus. Oh And I don't I know about that? AMC plus is like apple plus or Disney plus. Basically. It has like all. The movies that they usually show on EMC plus all the walking dead. All the MCAA AMC channel. Okay. So the like every there's like five different you know like walking dead's he's coming..
"horror" Discussed on Horror Soup
"I've seen river things he was in fucking orphan. Oh, always lived. He was the. Kid In. The real side. He wasn't orphan actually really like orphan a lot of people shit on orphan. So I think that is a terrible movie but also that's probably one of the horror movies that I've seen more than anything else. There was a good period of time period where that was only a horror movie out on DVD or at least the only one that I cared to watch I'd like to others I did not care about. And I watched that movie so. Times. I've seen that one and the unborn. Oh. That's those are the two. I Have I've seen both of those a lot and I think I kind of just more from together after a while because I'm like show my door lady's name is esther. So every time I talked to her I think of orphan. Every time I hear the name Esther I just think of that how your mother where Barney. Friend named Esther, in the Marshall are no Lilley was thinking of naming her and Marshall's baby esther and he was like Oh God esther she was like I think you shooting ping pong balls out of her vagina. Right thousand. Marshall, other best. That's. Esther my. mind. Esther is my well. It's funny because my. Short older lady who looks like. She could pass every time. Every time she shows up, they're like next up on the stage asked. Oh good yeah. Esther ashes showed you all as she showed not thankfully she has not yet. I'm trying not to get on her breasts unfortunate. Try Not. That's her good side. Who'd you talk about? You gotta see on your door ladies good side can't cross over on God. Yeah. especially if you're name's esther. Okay but you know it can't. Let's. Let's go ahead and talk a little more about before we get eight of the movie. The other stuff like the director I m D picture is the blurry thing. I've ever seen in my fucking life and I think that's just a bad sign the greatest. Greatest picture of all time. He spent a lot of money usually take. He took this in the nineties and he never bothered to take another picture after you know what? That's actually like a thing. If if I wonder if there's a trend in the director's photo imdb in the rating of the film, there's gotTa be Oh. Yeah probably because. He's known for something called. You want me to kill him and you is fell to are you spelled you and is a little too? Yeah. Nothing title. Made ME WANNA. fucking. Shoot Myself. He's a hack. Complete Hack. But you know what? There's some other weird stuff going on in here because the do that made the screenplay for this do name Scott Kosar and he wrote the machinist or the machinists the mash nationalist. Yeah I'M GONNA. It is and he courses Kim greely you live under a rock. He. Also produced the haunting of Cal House he wrote the crazies and he row the fucking Texas chainsaw massacre from two thousand and three. Yeah..
"horror" Discussed on Horror Soup
"Think decided that we're doing all sixteen Amityville, horror movies, right I did not agree to this someone helped me I, think you agreed to that right before this. British. Sure. You agreed you're like, yeah, I really want to cover all sides agreed to three. Three and succession. I think I would jump off a cliff I had to watch sixteen even three is pushing it but I think someone needs to do it and I think why why shouldn't it be true for those that don't know there are sixteen amityville horror movies. Yeah. Did anyone else know that there are sixteen of these fucking things and we're only doing one right now that means there's fifteen left. That means how many hours is that that's actually a good question we should have already hours. That's like. That's damn near a full day if anything. One is titled Amityville it's about time. It's about time for us to cover all sixteen dude, I you would have to pay a large sum of money in order to do that and even the might do it I'm Gonna I'm GonNa go and say that this is the worst idea ever had not a lot but I'm going to go through with it. Don't blink ten times grow and that's not even a good challenge compared to sixteen. I'm sure like from what I have not seen all sixteen. I've seen a lot because I've always been in search of the first one that I ever saw and maybe I've already watched the first one ever saw it. I'm remembering it wrong but. I also feel like I'm just never going to get to it and I've does it's obvious that I never got to it because I didn't know there was sixteen of these wagons day, I think you should put it on your bucket list. Yeah. I mean. do it next week. skied. Probably Save probably all his fucking movie. I think they're all the same movie because every single Amityville I've ever seen is the same movie with like a hair difference. I wonder if there's at I wonder if they've all been directed by different directors or if there was one guy who cup one, hundred, percent I, don't think. So I do not think it's so much I'm not. I don't know but I'm saying that I really don't fucking think. So that's actually kind funny though because it's like every year someone just like, oh David Ville. Oh. Oh, here's another one of these things yet do. So this one came out in two, thousand, five, it starring fucking riled Reynolds and also khloe grace merits very young Khloe grace. Like. What like seven probably. She's little itty bitty I think she's like twenty two. Yeah. Twenty one or twenty two and this was two thousand five. Yeah, she had been. Yes Yeah use real. She's so cute. She's like he's like the best part of this move makes up for her annoyingness because she's so cute. Yeah, whatever site, and then also we have Melissa George from thirty days of night Jesse James from nothing notable and then Jimmy. Bennett. Actually that other kid yes, he was. What was he?.
"horror" Discussed on Whores Talk Horror
"Welcome fours talk, or we're not really horse. We just like word play. Hello, and welcome to horse talk. Whore I'm Sharon and I'm Melinda. This is our fourth Hodgepodge episode, which we are now calling Hodgepodge of horror, which Spencer still doesn't like formerly. We called it just hodgepodge. But Hodgepodge of war is better right, mindy I think so. It kind of reminds me of treehouse of horror a little bit, or is it tree house of with the simpsons thing but cooler yeah? Yeah, but Spencer is still like. You can do. So I don't know I honestly can't really think of anything better, but if anyone listening has a better name for these episodes, let us know and we will give you. Full credit of these episodes are basically just kind of a roundup of Horror Horn, true crime news any updates that we've heard of or read about and what we've been watching and other weird, creepy or interesting things, so yeah. Hodgepodge of war. So. Let's start this episode with a little bit of twin peaks news. We really should start every episode with a little bit of twin peaks, and but yeah I agree I agree. We should start every episode that way everyone knows that we love twin peaks, but honestly I. Don't think we've ever really talked about. Twin peaks in any of our stories or anything like that, so here's our first not yet anyway. Not yet, but soon we have a maybe an entire episode. That's going to be all twin peaks coming up. possibly. So for all of you, other twin peaks fans out there you will have a new documentary and a new book to look forward to both the book and documentary, or about the real life murder that influenced the creation of twin peaks. This info comes from India wire and also noticed. For those of you who are unaware, there is a real unsolved murder. One that haunted young Mark Frost and helped to create the central twin peaks mystery of who killed Laura Palmer. This unsolved murder is now the focus of a new documentary and accompanying book titled Blonde Beautiful, and dead the murder mystery that inspired twin peaks. It's written by David Bushmen and mark. Given The Blonde Beautiful and dad documentary APP is to be directed by Benjamin Al. Fonzie L. Fonzie told moviemaker. It's been incredibly rewarding to see Hazel Story. Take on a life of its own I hope this documentary. It will give her a voice onscreen that she didn't have in real life. Both the book and the documentary will attempt unravel the century old mystery who murdered Hazel drew a popular young woman. Wash up on the shores of Sand Lake New York in the summer of Nineteen O eight. According to a Washington Post article on July seventh nineteen. O Eight twenty year old, blond-haired blue-eyed Hazel Irene drew walked along a remote section of Taber ten road. This was a heavily wooded area that stretched out by teals pond was popular with Squirrel hunters, campers and fishermen looking for Bait. But. It was a risky place for our young woman like Hazel to walk alone at night. This was the last confirmed sighting of Hazel drew before her lifeless imploded, bloated body was discovered, floating face down in tears pond four days later cause of death, a below to the back of the head, her skull crushed with a blunt on known weapon. The water had distorted Hazel features so beyond recognition that she could be identified only by her clothes and the gold fillings in her teeth. Off! The evidence pointed overwhelmingly to murder. The murder happened in the vicinity of Taber to new. York were future. Twin Peaks Co Creator Mark Frost spent his summer vacations as a youth. Frost Maternal Grandmother Betty Calhoun would spin yarns derived from local war, including murder, framing it along the lines of a cautionary ghost story. Don't go out in the woods at night. As frost remembered in a twenty seventeen interview I'd heard stories about Hazel all through my growing up, because she supposedly haunted this area of the Lake So that's kind of where Laura came from Frost, said in a statement moviemaker. The Hazel drew murder draws you into a nexus power, money and sexual politics that feels utterly contemporary. This haunting tale also provided the nightmare fuel for a fictional tragedy that decades later asked the question who killed Laura Palmer. Frost will write the forward to the book. Both the documentary and the film are scheduled to be released sometime in twenty twenty one so. That's super exciting. I have a question. Yeah, how have we not known that? This existed until our? However I not known that this story existed I always heard that twin peaks was based off a real life murder in New York. I didn't realize it was from nineteen. Oh Eight. I thought it was more reason than that for some reason. I had it in my head that it was from the nineteen seventies. Yeah, when you know like serial murderer was popular, but Yeah, I didn't know all these details. So this is kind of fascinating, especially, because it combines a murder story with a possible ghost, story or stories that people have been telling for like over one hundred years so. Really Cool I'm looking forward to both the book and also the documentary I think it'd be really really interesting, and as you know it. Twin peaks fans. We know that we just can't get enough of the show or like anything to do with the show, so wow, that's awesome. Yeah, thank you, so we just have to wait until next year. Though yeah, that's okay. All right. What is your first Hodgepodge of Hor well? Actually? It's kind of funny that you were talking about like. Mark Ross his grandmother, you were saying right, and she would talk about like old stories of lower and all this, because I sort of have something similar to talk about kind of I've kind of got a grudge though that I want to talk her out. Of the NETFLIX's series variety. Not sure how this got me, but I just found out maybe two weeks ago that there's a new series called Yuan origins which I think came out at the beginning of July and it is a prequel series to film John which you probably know that I am a fan of what's weird is that I heard about it right after I was reading this article on. Atlas Obscure Dot Com about. Quote Japanese ghost houses. And yes, I absolutely clicked on the article because I was thinking wait. Do they mean like in Juon but for real? Not Quite. It's actually really sad. Article talks about how there's an increasing number of abandoned homes primarily in rural areas of Japan that are slowly decaying due to lack of occupancy. Younger generations are especially are moving towards the city to settle down. For work or just convenience or more opportunities in general, so once like the homeowners pass away their heirs or even prospective home buyers are less likely to want to take on the expense of a down home in the middle of the country, but the article actually has some really amazing photography, so we can post the link because I think it was actually like a really interesting read and really cool, but. After I was reading this article. I learned that net flex made this John Series and I was like. How's that for synchronicity? Right? Can I ask a question about the ghost houses before you yeah, talk about the show. Ghost houses because just abandoned not because they're actually haunted or because. died in them. Okay, but I naturally went there haunted so I clicked the link. Of course. That's yeah. That's where my mind went to as well. But that's kind of natural i. like right away, picture house from John, and then I literally like almost by accident. Found are almost immediately after that there is a series on Netflix. No idea existed. And I won't be fair..
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"Mindy or margin mindy. I don't care what it's about it. Simple existence with delight me and bring me so much silly joy. I like this guy I do. That's hilarious his name mark and he said that's the nicest thing about being comedian level crazy. Were not dangerous. Just really fucking random. Oh I love it and I will. What did he give a main like a screen name or just a first name or I'm not going to give any names okay. So to that writer. I just want you to know that when I was a baby and my mom's still has them these little. I have these little jelly sandals. I don't know if you're F- How old you are. But when the eighties and seventies jelly shoes were like a big thing and they were Morgan. Mindy Jelly Sandals Baby Sandals for younger listeners Morgan Mindy was a TV show about a Wacky to Earth to study as a residence and the life of human women. And it starred Robin Williams the amazing funny talented Robin Williams Mork M. O. R. K. Not Mark and this was a show from nineteen seventy eight to nineteen eighty two. So yes that was. I had little sandal. Said Nanu Nanu. So we're halfway but I love your idea and thank you for right again because that truly maybe so now now you just have to find your mortgage or your mark. Wouldn't it be funny if you actually a guy named Mork nickname? I'm not going to say now. I'm GONNA keep now that this has been said I'm GONNA keep it. I'M GONNA keep it quiet private. I don't know what the word is. I'm looking for but I'M NOT GONNA say if I'm single or not gonNA keep everybody guessing but I love the thought in thank you. And that is all hilariously. Awesome idea for podcast share. And if you're thinking of changing your name to Margaret that my are some Mindy. Do you want to read today's sources so back to the creepy? Yes the sources that this all the information we're about to throw at you comes from places. Lake AMY SCRIPT DOT COM and its crypt as in C. R. Y. P. T. L. opposed to what I feel like. My aunt is off today so I wanted to. It's hard to understand. Oh Gosh you are hearing it as in tales from the crypt they You go there. You Go.
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"Not how it's pronounced anyways German report. That's yeah it is Trey No del Norte Aka last stop on the train or night train murderers which I think night train murders is the name that I use to find it and I think we watch this one on Youtube and it was not a very a good copy of it but whatever is from nineteen seventy five. It's about a pair of psychotic hoodlums in an equally demented NYMPHOMANIAC. Maniac woman who terrorized young girls on a train trip from Germany to Italy so basically this is last house on the left on a train. Okay and I I mean I liked it I you know it's very disturbing but movies like that John Really. I mean they bother me. I would be lying if I say they don't bother me but not to the point where I can't watch them. They're very very disturbing but also a part of me likes to see it because it's so real and I just think you know watching stuff like that just makes me more aware of my surroundings and be on high alert for demented NYMPHOMANIAC. Since I gotta go right but yeah so the OH. Why is this a Christmas movie Ho? That's a good point. Is that what you're all wondering well it takes place on Christmas Eve. I love it. Oh my God. That's so funny or Christmas Day. I don't remember it takes place on Christmas. It's around the holiday season no rest for nymph. So yeah I I actually really liked the ending of this movie movie as well But if if rape movies bother you in you're not a fan of ice on your grave or last house and left. Do Not Watch this. It doesn't bother you then. Check it out. Awesome all right if you listen to podcasts. Before which hopefully that's why you're here you'll you'll recognize this title. I finally watched all through the house. which is our my insurance? Now go to answer for any trivia question ever ever alter the habit that we don't know the answer to yes so if you wanna know what this references about go back and listen to our horror movie trivia episode or are Wool. Isn't that one first. And then we also reference all through the House again in our serial killer Trivia episode. But yeah it was originally the the horror movie trivia. You're right it's a running joke. It's a running joke but I finally Kinda hilarious all the movies great. This is the basics I honestly I really feel like. There's no way to fully describe this movie but the basics is Santa Be Soleil and and this is if you're looking for a Gore fast this is one especially if you're looking for a penis core fast there is a lot of chopping. There's that just heads up Rachel's Home for the holidays and She stand with her. I just called her bad ass. Grandma the whole time I'm She has a name in the movie but I just referred to her as bad as grandma. 'cause I loved her. I aspire to be her. Well I'm that age for real like drinks drinks and swears and awesome. She's awesome yeah. I loved her. She don't give book no not at all and so Rachel. It's I think it's Christmas right. I don't ever remember yeah. I think it's Christmas. You Rachel decides to go out shopping and have some holiday fun with some of her friends and before she does so. Oh she visits the town Weirdo. Mrs Garrett whose entire House looks like an overt onset piece from twin peaks specifically one eyed Jax which again I know another twin peaks reference but whatever deal with it At one point actually Rachel wears a costume. That looks like a one version of the double are uniform which I was kind of losing my mind. I thought it was awesome without giving too much away which I kind of already did there are some. I'm really inventive. Glorious killings tons of can't be cheesy blood bloody funnest had and a little fairly dysfunction get sorted out because because what would the holidays be without Family Shit Oh and Dick Sniffing. I'll joke side. This movie is off the chain chain but I I did really enjoy it. It's it's very gory but I think it's the Fun Gore variety like. I laughed through a lot of it and I actually brought my notebook with because I had like real time like reactions that I was writing down as I was watching it and I couldn't even read half of my writing because because I was laughing as I was writing it was just scribbles like I think one of them said crazy bitch cookie tin there. You go but I I honestly say if you're if you're Gore variety fan like watched it you have to add this to your Christmas list to watch you have two great all through the House. Do it. Bad acting aside. Yeah it makes it better. I feel like well the thing I like most about. It is just the fact that every every Christmas horror movie I should say like ninety percent of all Christmas. Horror movies involve a killer Santa Claus and the motive behind this killer. Santa Claus is like nothing that any other Christmas horror movie has ever done before it. Super original super creative and my favorite put down one is go suck dicks. And there's literally a bag addicts in this movie. So I mean I recommend it just because of the backpacks. Yeah Yeah I would agree and yeah the motive gets revealed. I literally was like. Are you fucking kidding. Like it was watch it all right so we watch it or eat a bag of dicks all right so moving on. I actually had to keep looking at the synopsis of this movie because I was like. What is this movie about again because it's so forgettable Called Holiday Hell is from two thousand nineteen. It is a super low budget movie about a woman looking for a last minute gift for her sister and goes to an oddity store on Christmas achieved owned by a mysterious shopkeeper he narrates four stories that revolve around items in a store like a creepy mask and killer. Doll the first story is ah the worst of the four the like the acting the violence the plot of it the dialogue in the cinematography all like it was written by Ah High School kids just like board one night and had nothing to do and they are like. Let's just shoot a movie in our parents house. The only story that I kind of light was one that had Joel Marina. WHO's Bill Murray's younger brother and this is only because of the fact that the storyline wasn't horrible and the actors actors in it could actually act But Jeffrey combs plays the shopkeeper and he's probably best known for portraying Herbert West in the film re animator animator. The film actually had some potential but it falls way short with the bad storylines in even worse acting. So do not recommend this. This one mindy. I found this movie. I was actually looking for silent night deadly night but I found silent night bloody night from one thousand nine hundred seventy two. I the way they would film in those days It's one of those older ass horror movies. That has is that airbrushed look of the seventies early eighties and like throughout the entire movie. I was like are my glasses. smudged like it was literally hard to see what was happening. but I sat through it Storyline here's what I am DB has to say about it. Wolford returned home on Christmas. Eve and his house has been turned into a mental institution for the criminally insane but the day of his return his set on fire and dies. Sorry to laugh about that. But it's true the townspeople I believe death was an accident and the institution houses. Later closed down. Wolfer leaves the house to his grandson. Geoffrey if years later Geoffrey to finally decides to to sell his grandfather's house but the townspeople including the mayor have mixed feelings on keeping people away from the House especially when a serial killer alert escapes from another institution and finds refuge. There killer makes frightening phone calls and kills anyone coming near the house. But what does the killer have in common with what happened to Wilford Butler years before This was just like a big. What the fuck like honestly the the way that does some up basically what happened but like throughout the whole movie? I just kept going. Wait what the fuck is happening. 'cause it just kind of made no sense but but was kind of fun. So if you like that like seventies vibe sludgy airbrushed look maybe check it out. If you WANNA go go to bed scared. Maybe not because it wasn't I didn't think it was very scary but it was kind of weird and interesting. You know but I still WanNa see silent night deadly night. I'm a little sad side. I know I watched like all the silent night. Bloody Night Silent Knight whatever last year and yeah they all kind of blur into my mind especially because we watched like multiple within a week of similar names. Chew Story All right so the next movie. I'm going to talk about. I highly highly. Highly recommend this movie and it's the best movie that I've never heard of before. I don't know how I missed this but it's an on. The apocalypse is basically Shaun of the dead meets high school. Musical is as Zombie Apocalypse. Musical that takes place in Scotland. It doesn't take itself seriously. The music's really catchy in it's good like the songs are like they were stuck in my head the rest of the day It's funny it's gory. It also has heart. I just thought it was such a movie and it was just over the top ridiculous and none of the actors in it are anyone that I've ever heard of before they're all kind of unknowns uh-huh but they're singing acting were great. I mean their voices were amazing They're all super talented. I don't want to say much more about it but just just fucking watch it even if you don't like musicals because it it literally just it makes fun of itself kind of it. Does it kind of makes fun of the whole like musical Genera and it's just it. Does it in such a just a unique way setting it into a Zombie apocalypse during Christmastime. I WanNa see this now now. Do you need to watch this tonight. There's part of me that wishes. I didn't know that it was a zombie slash. Musical movie So so I would have enjoyed it even more. If I had known that it would have been even more incredible but it's still pretty mind blowing and fun and ridiculous and great awesome. Yeah I basically went to Spencer and it was like. Do you want to watch a Christmas. Zombie apocalypse musical. That takes place in Scotland at me like I was not in my mind. I'm like like this is going to be a terrible low budget movie so I had really low expectations but it was worth it or you were like. Wait when did you do so. When did you get high? Wow I was into it I was into it all right. I'M GONNA. I saved my favorites aside from Black Christmas Christmas. For last I watched Christmas evil which I know that Sharon has seen as well which also named Ak Okay I saw Mama fucking Santa Claus like the song. I don't like the song. Okay fine. That's not you know the song that should be a song. We straight that song. Let's we write it. We write the change..