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Fresh update on "hubbard" discussed on Chicago's GameNight
"A lot can change between now and October as well. When the season is going to kick up and not not not Get too far on this point, but Arjun. It is absurd that these schools are allowed to withhold their their test results, isn't it? I mean, it's it's absurd. And this is where, like you know, a governor needs to step in. Someone has to step in and say. You can't do this. We're talking about a global pandemic here. This isn't you know? Oh, no, Your Your kicker twisted need practice on Thursday, and we don't want to mention it because, you know, we don't want you to know that his field goal range is limited. I mean, this is unbelievable that this is allowed to happen. And it does happen. It is happening, but we'll see what the big 10 if they if they could change that. I mean so quickly. We gotta get today's action to our Saturdays. Action as well. What jumped out to you? As far as what you saw on Saturday. Was it Miami beating Louisville and who was playing defense for Louisville? R. J because they're not doing a very good job. Oh, my gosh. Some of those breakdowns defensively for the Cardinals were unbelievable. Well and his bad is that game wass right? It was great to see Dear King had idea King type of game, the kind where he throws for 300, the kind where he is a threat to run the ball kind where red Lashley seems to be just in his bag. Making that offense sing yet again, like he did last year at as you, but let me throw this out here. What did the big 12 supposed to be a power five conference, Jeff because I looked at the last two weekends. I see the sun belt run over organs are getting me over Kansas State with Arkansas State. I see Louisiana at Lafayette nearly give it up to Georgia State come back, but they beat up on Iowa State team last year and then I had to watch. Tulsa, My OMA model. Be in a game that they could have won against the number 11 team in the country. That happens to be Oklahoma State, a team that many college football pundits picked to make the college football playoff this year. Have to rely on Tulsa's ineptness to ensure a one score game in which the spread was supposed to be 23 a half to start. I'm offered to spend in the big 12 this point and to a point that you made a couple of weeks ago. The football has just been terrible. I've been here for that cause that's made been more fun. Can I have more to yell about? But at the same time I'm looking at you, but Hubbard going no, man. You're not gonna win the Heisman averaged 3.5 yards per carry, And now they're on the third string quarterback, So I I don't know what to do with the big 12 except to say, maybe they shouldn't have had that not conference late. Maybe they should have done with the SEC is doing and wait till next week to start this thing up. Are you living in Oklahoma? Time? What to span? The big 12. This is I fear for your safety, my man I got now. Hold on now. Amy, I'm off. You're well known in the great state of Oklahoma. You don't want people coming after you saying that our jae young ones to disband the big 12, and they're not a power five conference. Look out for you concerned. We're getting to know each other right now. And I'm going to tell you I'm all for Oklahoma and Texas going to the S E. C. Dawg. Now, that's that's it Now. You've done it. Okay, Now you've done it. I can't protect you anymore. Okay, Okay. I was trying to keep Jim Ross away from you, You know? Hold everyone back. Don't dusty devore checks envious and nasty text tonight. Watch this team give up a 17 point lead in the second half of the Rose Bowl. He knows what it is. He doesn't think they're going to the SEC. That's for sure. A sack religious Oh, boy. All right, let's move off this hill. They got r J with us. Still radio presented by Progressive Insurance Progressive commercial is proud to partner with small business experts at score Access free online resource is through the score..
Fresh update on "hubbard" discussed on Handel on the Law
"The exchange of gunfire right now. We do know that Officer discharges weapon our results and then suspect being the suspect is expected to recover Shelby County Sheriff's office, arresting an alabaster man for nearly a dozen felony child pornography charges. The suspect, identified as Daniel Turner Jr. The 21 year old charged with 10 counts of being in possession of child pornography with intent to distribute. And former Alabama House speaker My cupboard still fighting doing the time for his crime, even though he turned himself in a week ago to start us for your Senate's. Now his lawyers have asked a judge to cut the time. Hubbard's appeal went to the Alabama Supreme Court, which upheld six convictions and struck down five others, Hubbard's attorneys say Since he's convicted on on Ly half the original charges due process compels re sentencing. Jefferson County. Emma, looking for your helped update their hazard mitigation plan. It helps decide how resource is should be used during disasters. They have a survey available through October 1st. I mean, Gene Orville and this is Birmingham's news, traffic and weather Station News Radio 1055 w. E. R C Conditions. Becoming partly cloudy as we go through the evening hours. Very comfortable. 11 overnight low of 59 mostly sunny skies, return tomorrow with a Sunday afternoon high of 79 Partly cloudy Sunday night with a low of.
Fresh update on "hubbard" discussed on WGR Programming
"Bowling Mach one Hand on what Right there. Tell me. You don't like that. Someone should to dio. Maybe it should be ost, a segment a podcast, whatever. It may be coming up with the 10 greatest either nicknames for boomer ISMs that he's created over the course of his career. He's had a tough He has so many gems when he when they debuted the new stadium in Arizona, and he called it the big toaster. I lost my mind for like a week on that one. I still call that thing. The big toaster. He had the old Atlanta Braves team Jeff see through blouse ER and Glen Old Mother Hubbard or two of my favorites Best I will let me say that I know we're getting off track here. But the the best ESPN nickname, I would say, Myron of all time, actually is Craig Kilborn when he did hes not your Vegas. He's not my Venus. He's Arvydas Sabonis, I I always thought that was the best one of all time, right So tonight. Guys the heat Celtics Gordon hey, where it looks like he's going to be able to play. I think the Celtics are a slam dunk to win this evening, Myron, you're taking the heat. But more than anything explained to me why you think this Siri's is over when these two games have been so close, and could have both gone either way, with one play here, that it could easily be 20 Boston and it's too. Oh, Miami, Why isn't over? Is it just a mental thing for you that you think the Celtics were checked out? It looks a lot like the Milwaukee Series when they played a tougher team. I think the Celtics have thrown their hardest punch and they had you could say what you want about Game one. Good thing's going over time. Anything could happen Game too. You got this double digit lead at halftime, Joe Like that's your opportunity, Teo. Even the Siri's. This is your opportunity to show what you're made of Jimmy Butler's and playing Well. J crowd isn't playing well. Bam wasn't great by that point. And to me to collapse the way that they did, and to not find a star to counter Jimmy Butler and Bam. I don't know what they could do differently in Game three. What's gonna happen? That's going to scare the heat, you could have a double digit lead. You're gonna have Ah, close game in the final minute. Like what can the Celtics due to put the heat in a difficult spot? I just don't think they fear the Celtics and they didn't fear the bucks. They thought they were frauds, and they were right. And I think they feel the same thing about the Boston Celtics. The most dangerous thing you can face in sports is an opponent or a team that never gets down on itself. That never thinks it's out of it. And that's where Miami is. Right now they have come back from so many big deficits in tight spots. That they believe they can win any single game. And that's extraordinarily difficult to finish off a team like that in tight spots. It gets you second guessing yourself a CZ Well, which is what Boston's gotta be doing after blowing that big lead. What we're seeing in this series is a masterclass in coaching from Erik Spoelstra during the regular season. No team play more zone defense in the Miami Heat right? They were playing more zone than anyone. They come to the play offs in the first two Siri's, They don't play any zone, so that's the tape. Boston has to work with no zone for two weeks, and then in Game one, they come out and they go back to playing zone like they have got Boston on the ropes. Boston is constantly reacting when you're not pushing tempo, and when you're not assuming some control, it puts you in a very precarious situation. Miami excels because they make you uncomfortable. That's what makes them so dangerous right now. It is interesting. It's game day on ESPN Radio, Matt Jones, Byron Metcalf and Joe Foreign Ball. How much coaching has been a conversation in this play offs in these playoffs? Myron Mohr than normal? I mean with with Brad Stevens and And Nick Nurse and, of course, now, Erik Spoelstra. We're hearing Mohr talk about coaching and and the art of coaching. The normally I mean, normally, this MBA is a star's league. Do you think there's something about the bubble or the situation that has made that more important? Is it just that we're seeing teams not loaded with traditional stars in these roles, and that's why, but I've heard more talk. About how good X or why coaches then we ever used to here. Yeah, I think it every league where you don't have fans, and you take away that home court advantage in a situation like this the exes and Oh's matter more than ever. I put something on your radar, Joe. Erik Spoelstra has a chance to go to his fifth N BA finals. Was this guy headed to the Hall of Fame? Because to me, you're coaching coach and gets a gun and Brad Stevens that everybody told me was the best coach not named Nick, Nurse or pop. And here you are teaching him a thing or two. Exposure might be a Hall of Famer at some point, perhaps the most underappreciated or underrated coach. We talk about great coaches in the NFL. The time when we talk about great MBA coaches. We rarely mentioned Spoelstra to the point on the bubble. Miami's benefited from the bubble more than anybody during the regular season before they got down there they were 27 5 at home, 14 and 19 on the road. They were not a good road team. They didn't have to go to Indiana. They didn't have to go to Milwaukee. They don't have to go to Boston. Right now. It's been a huge advantage for them. Yeah. Expo Stra. It's all because he's in the shadow of Pat Riley. I mean, the idea was when they won the first time. Well, it was just Pat Riley was down there and then when he gets the three stars when I was just Pat Riley that's down there. You can't say that about this one. I mean, this is one where I think people finally are able to appreciate him. Now you can tune in for Inter League baseball action Today, The A's are hosting the Giants that will be next right here on ESPN Radio and the ESPN APP two teams the Giants trying to find a way to get in the playoffs on a wild card that all Goes here. Next, Joe for NBA. Meyer Metcalf. Hope you all hope you enjoy the games. Big ones coming up tonight. We create appreciate you listening. This has been game day on ESPN Radio. Sanjay will end soon..
Fresh "Hubbard" from WBBM Programming
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Fresh update on "hubbard" discussed on Tech Talk
"Start five weeks from now, the big 10 plans on playing fall football. Wantto put Ohio State or one of their teams. Into the college football playoff eight games scheduled to be played in eight weeks with the Big 10 championship game in Indianapolis, and that's where we'll start today's show Andrew Philip Pony great to be back with the here on the Pony Express. CBS Sports Radio Online at CBS Sports radio dot com. Serious sex Channel 206. CBS Sports APP the radio dot com map. It's Frito, Listen, both places in all the AM and FM affiliates that are picking us up today is we get a chance to talk about a lot of college football going on. NFL tomorrow. Say three of the U. S Open. Stanley Cup final starts tonight. MBA conference finals Continue. 855 to 1 to four. CBS is the number to call 855 to 124227 on Twitter. It's the name of the show at the Pony Express Pony Spell P O and I You can follow us at CBS Sports Radio. So I'm going to set the show up this way. But I'm in here on Saturdays. I'm going to do my best. To keep an eye out for you. On the college football games that matter. That way. You don't have to be scanning up the dial up and down the dial to listen to just one game. You know, instead of State's paying close attention to one game. I'm going to do my best to give you The information you want need on the games that are going on in this noon Eastern nine AM window right now. The big 12 continues to struggle in these nonconference games. Number 11. Oklahoma State is trailing Tulsa in the third quarter. 73 Cuba. Hubbard, who was the leading Russia The leading Russia in college football last year. Is averaging under three yards a carry. He is 36 rushing yards. Against the team that went for Nate last year in Tulsa. And I think now I don't have the audio one in studio. I do know that Oklahoma State's quarterback Scott Stand. Sanders, who was the freshman of the year in the Big 12 last year. He was hurt ankle injury early in this game. I don't think he's returned. I see. Oklahoma State has the ball right now at midfield. But I'm not sure if Sanders is back in if he's not. That's a huge loss for Oklahoma State, a dark horse to win the Big 12 this year, with Oklahoma breaking in Spencer Rattler at quarterback, and obviously Texas. They got to kind of prove it before anybody really bets on them to do anything, so that's a very low scoring game. Notre Dame in South Florida going to kick off in a half hour Another ranked team in action right now pit Ember 25 Pit lead Syracuse, 14 to 10 at Heinz Field and that has been a very ugly game for Pitt is a three touchdown favorite. Syracuse to starting quarterback Tommy DeVito got knocked out of the game that that he's very good to begin with. He's kind of got David Carr disease where he thinks he's going to get hit on every play because the Syracuse offensive line has been so bad, but I think he's back in In a game where pit should be blown out one of the worst in the A. C. C, So we'll keep an eye on those games last week, I told you guys if you listen to the show. That I was having a hard time getting into college football. I was going through. All of my usual rituals. I was watching college GameDay in the morning. I was, you know, plotting out my day. I was betting on games. I had all the games on, but it just still felt kind of empty. It felt hollow. It felt almost melancholy and depressing. Because no big 10 and there were big matchups that were scheduled for last weekend that went by the wayside because of the pandemic. No Ohio State, Oregon, No Penn State Virginia Tech, No Iowa, Iowa State and I was missing those games. I will say that I feel much better today because of what's happened in the Big 10 the last few days Now there are a lot of things. For the big 10 that I still think. No, I don't think they deserve widespread universal praise. And we're still now five weeks away from them starting their season. And they're gonna have to They're gonna have to keep their fingers crossed. That The rapid testing, they have works. At the players. Our kind of insulated and Stay in their own bubbles. Because they have not left themselves any wiggle room. And we continue to see games getting postponed or cancelled. We had Baylor Houston scheduled for noon today. That game was postponed probably won't get played. We were supposed to have in an hour and a half on CBS today, Army and BYU two top 25 teams matched up That game got postponed because of the virus. So the big 10 is not out of the woods yet. And unlike the other schools that got a head start on them, the other conferences that got a head start. Even the CCU starts next week. That's still a full month ahead off the big 10. So in that respect, this is ambitious. They expect that they're going to somehow. Do it without any games, getting pushed back without any games getting canceled..
Helicopters Help Out During Brush Fire in North Los Angeles
"Right right now now throwing throwing everything everything they they have. have. And And a a brush brush fire fire in in the the San San Fernando Fernando Valley. Valley. Let's Let's go go Live Live to to K K next next 10 10 seventies. seventies. Pete Pete Demetriou, Demetriou, This's This's a fire! Just awful. 1 18 freeway which moved up toward Ronal the mat. Cool. You actually saw this? He was driving a pullover Avenue. Matt. What did you see? It is the you're driving up. I was driving up and I look towards the east. I saw a big plume of smoke and look little concerning, so I wanted to make sure that the neighborhood was okay. And you had what fire that it actually jumped. Renault? Yes, it jumped. Tio 1 18 north of Rinaldi got up into the home some of the ones above and all the weather in some of the backyards. Yes, ofyou backyards. Unfortunately, those homes did not go upon fire at least 25 to 30 l. A city engine companies were here, along with four water dropping helicopters, three for the city of l, A and one from the county of Los Angeles. You were pounding this thing for roughly about an hour and 10 minutes. They've got a handle on it, but they've got camp Cruz, and they're going after the embers of of the the trees trees that that burned burned on on Rinaldi Rinaldi Boulevard Boulevard just just as as yet yet soon soon is is getting getting done done with with this this one one where where it's it's been been 116 116 degrees degrees out out here here in in cruise cruise been been working working hard. hard. They're They're actually actually breaking off units from this fire because you've got another one going at foothill up at Hubbard Street. That's east of here. We're going to be headed there. Shortly Reporting live in Porter Ranch on Pete Demetriou. Okay, Next 10 70 news Radio
Woman Fatally Struck By Hit-And-Run Driver In River North, Chicago Police
"Police are looking for the hit and run driver who killed a 55 year old woman on the near North side last night. The victim's identity is not yet being released. Police say the woman was about to cross the intersection at Hubbard and rush when she was hit by a man driving a silver Ford Explorer. She was dragged half a block. The driver then left the scene.
McDonald's sues ousted CEO, alleging employee relationships
"McDonald's has made striking new allegations against its former CEO of the company says Steve Easterbrook hid sexual relationships with employees and concealed the evidence. The fast food giant fired Easterbrook last year. Now it is suing him to get back his multi $1,000,000 severance package. NPR's Alina Selya HQ reports. What makes this case pretty remarkable is that it's been nine months since Easterbrook was fired. The reason a consensual relationship with an employee that amounted to sexting and American corporate culture typically is all about sorting these kinds of internal scandals quickly and behind closed doors. Here's Tim Hubbard, a professor at the University of Notre Dame. There's always this tendency to wanna settle it quietly and get it completely out of the media. But here we are talking about it again because now McDonald's Is suing Easterbrook, saying he covered up more inappropriate behavior. McDonald's made this unusual choice because back in November, Easterbrook left with the severance estimated at over $40 million. But in July, an anonymous tip led the company to search corporate servers and their investigators found explicit photos and videos sent from Easter. Brooks corporate account evidence of sexual relationships with three employees, including one woman for whom Easterbrook approved a stock grant worth hundreds of thousands of dollars. I think that there was an expectation as they were negotiating a settlement. That the former chief executive officer be open and honest. The company says he lied to get a better exit payout and is suing to get that money back. Few companies find these kind of public battles with former executives. MacDonald says. It's already moved to block Easterbrook from selling any stock he might still have from his equity awards. I don't really see the likelihood of him returning the money without A bit of force needed. I think it gets pretty nasty Easter. Brooks legal team did not respond to NPR's enquiries, and we should note that McDonald's is among NPR's recent sponsors. Mr Brooks, Compensation for being fired drew much attention and criticism last year. It included six months of severance pay shares and other equity, leading many low wage frontline workers to muse about their pay gap with executives. And use the moment to highlight allegations of rampant sexual harassment of female employees by male co workers and managers across McDonald's restaurants sharing to Johnny directs the time's up Legal Defense Fund, which is backing workplace sexual harassment lawsuits by McDonald's workers were going to say You can't do certain things that were going to take conduct seriously. And they should be taking it seriously when it comes to their workers being sexually harassed, and, at a minimum committed 40 million. They're trying to get back from Easterbrook to stop that. Easterbrook successor, CEO Chris Kempinski often speaks about re committing to company values of integrity and inclusion. On Monday, McDonald's told workers it's conducting in global survey and listening sessions to assess the state of its corporate culture.
McDonald's says ex-CEO hid sexual relationships with employees
"Has made striking new allegations against its former CEO. The company says Steve Easterbrook hid sexual relationships with employees and concealed the evidence. The fast food giant fired Easterbrook last year. Now it is suing him to get back his multi $1,000,000 severance package. NPR's Alina Selya HQ reports. What makes this case pretty remarkable is that it's been nine months since Easterbrook was fired. The reason a consensual relationship with an employee that amounted to sexting and American corporate culture typically is all about sorting these kinds of internal scandals quickly and behind closed doors. Here's Tim Hubbard, a professor at the University of Notre Dame. Always this tendency to wanna settle it quietly and get it completely out of the media. But here we are talking about it again because now McDonald's is suing Easterbrook, saying he covered up more inappropriate behavior. McDonald's made this unusual choice because back in November, Easterbrook left with the severance estimated at over $40 million. But in July, an anonymous tip led the company to search corporate servers and their investigators found explicit photos and videos sent from Easter Brooks corporate account. Evidence of sexual relationships with three employees, including one woman for whom Easterbrook approved a stock grant worth hundreds of thousands of dollars. I think that there was an expectation as they were negotiating a settlement that the former chief executive officer be open and honest. The company says He lied to get a better exit payout and is suing to get that money back. Few companies find these kind of public battles with former executives. MacDonald says. It's already moved to block Easterbrook from selling any stock he might still have from his equity awards. I don't really see the likelihood of him returning the money without A bit of force needed. I think it gets pretty nasty Easter.
Father arrested; $50K bail for mother in Las Vegas DUI crash that killed their 1-year-old son
"Police have arrested the father of a deceased baby after investigators found that he and the mother had been street racing leading up to the crash that killed their son. Cameron Hubbard. Jones was arrested on a reckless driving charge after police spoke to witnesses and reviewed video evidence that indicated both he and Lauren pressure was traveling more than 100 miles per hour. Ding into her lane at North Rampart in West Lake Mead,
"hubbard" Discussed on Swing Left - How We Win
"That he has shown the disgusting underbelly of our society, and in so doing it has awakened our better angels, so what we have on the ballot in November is a classic battle between our darkest demons in our better angels, the better angels are in the streets right now the better angels are listening to the PODCAST, and it's up to us to call these angels and stand on their wings. And fly into our better futures. So that's what gives me hope. That's Beautiful Reggie Hubbard you so much for on on such a positive hopeful and call to action oriented note. I mean that's That's what it is so Yogi activists. I'm on brand. Right that yeah, it sounds like a superhero. You'll. And we'll put. We'll put links to everything that you talked about and on our podcast page swing dot org slash podcast, and I'm also going to include. Get really to talk about it Yoga's united to which is a group of the Yoga community this getting any election. Maybe maybe you can have me back for that quickly. Yes, so next week. We're launching a campaign to. Bind together the Buddhist and the Yoga Communities for civic engagement closer to communities that haven't been as involved in our politics, but there are people of conscience that now see the moment and the opportunity and the obligation to step forth instead of being silent. I think that's fascinating in an awesome. So thank you so much for all of your work, and and for sharing your amazing wisdom with us today. lovely to be with you and I'll come back anytime. Just let me know. Thanks Man Blessing. Thanks for joining us and for stepping up to take action. This is how we win. When when we all get involved, we want to hear from you. TWEET TO US AT LOSE, boy, Steve and.
"hubbard" Discussed on Swing Left - How We Win
"So to be eight years at like. Lead, overall or lead or international leader, those sorts of things is is pretty unparalleled. Right so like they always took good care of me. and some of the conversations I've had with him either on Air Force, two or other places. He's just funny man and his heart is in the right place and. I know that I know that to be the I. Know that to be the case you know. He gets a bum rap. Especially on the left because were caught up in this doctrinaire pose these days. He's not progressive enough. Okay, that may or may not be the case, but Donald Trump is the worst so like can we get off? The doctrinaire stops and get an administration that we can work with so we can rebuild the country from the abyss. That's that's all I'm really interested in right now. Can you take a step back and because you had a very fascinating job with him? Can you explain to people what advances or give an example of what that looks like? That's I can. I can tell you that. in terms of trump administration events are the people you send to get coronavirus. An event Oh my God. Oh so most advanced team Steve are twelve to fifteen people. Right, so for eight of twelve to fifteen people to get corona virus. That's problematic, right? It's problematic if one, but like over fifty percent of your advanced staff. GETS THE CORONA VIRUS IN TULSA. Like that's that just shows you that he doesn't Care Mariah, to your question advance the way I like to talk about it is it sounded like the the mission impossible? The of the political world by you'll get a phone call and they'd be like your mission. Should you choose to accept? It is to go to X. City, and helps it up this event to drag this message event or I'm I went to the Brazilian inauguration for deal. Mojo Steph. On international trip for the Vice President So it's part protocol part messaging part rapid response in. You know you can't fail because if you make a mistake, it's indium the it's in the times, or it's in the local rag. It's on twitter, so it's like all the pressure. And the craziest part is like if you're successful, no one cares because you're supposed to be successful, but if you make a mistake, it's all your fault, so it's not for the faint of heart is not for people who. Don't like deadline driven lifestyles, and it's definitely not for people who are afraid of make mistakes. So then then you started working for move on. How did you transition from one to the other? So it was, it was it was it was a willful transition because? In Twenty fifteen in two, thousand, Sixteen Stephen, Mariah That was the best. Advance I never done so the Bernie Sanders experience was we caught lightning in a bottle every day for.
"hubbard" Discussed on Swing Left - How We Win
"It. They were worried that people are tired of us. Asking them for money. Not Not you're helping. People invest in in our country, so make sure that you participate in the Senate. Fun At swing left dot. ORG SLASH H W W. And again to reinforce. We're GONNA. Talk more about this with Reggie of, but the Heroes Act is sitting on Mitch McConnell's desk right now. It's important that we get that passed and get some more relief to people who are suffering from this pandemic, which is getting worse I. I really think we're going to see in the next week or so more things shutting down rather than opening up, so it's important that we get this relief through. Call your reps about it in Reggie Hubbard. We'll talk about it more. On our interview. Yeah. There's so much sitting on Mitch. McConnell's desk right now. I'm not sure how he's finding anything, but will will will remind him that the Heroes Act is waiting to go through the Senate and Reggie is here to explain to us why that's so important. Reggie Hubbard is a congressional liaison and senior political strategist for move on. He's worked on gubernatorial and national campaigns, including Bernie Sanders two thousand sixteen primary campaign, he also served as senior advanced staffer Joe Biden under the Obama Administration. Reggie, thank you for being here with. Pleasure to be here. You've been on my list for a long time to have to have come in and talk to us so around all happy to be here in any especially now, right? There's so much going on. That we have to. You know long story short I. Mean we can I mean there will definitely if it becomes a longer story. That's what a podcast is for, but. I've been waiting five years for this moment of reckoning. So. I don't have time right now for fear. I don't have time right now for S.. By those of US especially by Bernie Sanders campaign in October of two thousand fifteen. And, so some of US have been fighting. Donald trump for five years and I. Don't have time for a well. What if we don't win? No, no, no, no, no! That's not an acceptable. orientation orientation we are at war for the soul of our country, and as such we may not prevail, but we're not going to not prevail because we didn't think that we weren't going to. Right. Yeah, so for the last five years. Is this moment how you've been envisioning it or are you surprised? By what school by the turn of events right now, I love this question I was talking about this with my best friend last night like we knew that he was going to be terrible. Knew that right like he mocked the disabled like two months in his campaign right, so we knew that he was going to be terrible, right? We didn't expect by the TIKI. Torches twenty seventeen right?.
"hubbard" Discussed on Swing Left - How We Win
"What about you? What gives you hope this this week? I'M GONNA. Say I'm. GonNa give a shoutout to the Lincoln, project this week. As a group of Republicans that are hell bent on making sure that trump is not reelected. What made me think of this? As There is this piece in rolling stone where Republican consultants share their concerns about trump and how terrible he's doing. They do it anonymously and they're saying. We're really worried and we don't see him winning, but here's what we're. Here's what we're GONNA. Do Anyway, and that's not particularly helpful, and it's not. It's not brave and doing a real disservice to their party and their candidates constituents whatever but for the project. Project Lincoln folks, they're. They're out front and they're saying I'm a Republican and what's happening right now is wrong, and here's what we're gonNA. Do about it and we need more than anonymous quotes. We need more than people behind the scenes. Throwing up their hands. We need people invested in and again going back to our conversation about what is true patriotism. It's not party loyalty it's it's doing what's best for our country, and so the anonymous Republican comments have been me appreciate the the digital. Push that these forward thinking Republicans are doing even more. Well said and shout out to our friends Zach. You Know Zach Katie Hills former campaign manager. Our Buddies Act okay. He's their political director. I didn't know that. That's really cool way to goes act job. That's big. That's a big swing. Right. Good her have. He's doing cold, digital and video stuff. He's super talented guy. EXCITING GIG! Their ads are are crazy, crazy, good yeah, I'm really. They're really nailing it. All right, so, what's our to do list? We've got a great interview to get to I. Want everyone to hear it, so let's let's get you into action I. What to do list well I if you are finding this podcast, helpful and interesting, and maybe a little entertaining. Of course, you are more than a little. Share the love, and because what does is gonNA. Do is GonNa. Get your friends engaged, and it's going to give them tools to get involved, and we all have friends who've been saying for years Alicia do something the little. Okay? We're helping them do that. We're giving them some good information. We're giving them. Some caused action but they're not going to know about this unless you tell them so definitely in call some folks and share the link for this podcast we need. You guys July as our subscriber push. We want this to be a big electoral megaphone to get more people involved. Make a really big difference on on. On this election I know we can do it. We need your help, so please do testing is I think the best because you can text someone the actual link to the podcast on Apple, or you know wherever you want to talk to them, and they can subscribe with the push of a button, so I suggest texting, though as Mariah suggest from awhile ago, but I'm stealing. It's my now. Great and then we also have the Senate Fund. You just talked about how important fundraising is even for those of us who are fearful of.
Review finds Mike Gundy's relationships with players lacking, not racist
"After a week's long investigation. Oklahoma State University officials say there is no evidence of racism in the school's football program. Jessica Gahler, her reports. The school released a statement on its findings. Oklahoma State University athletic director Mike Holder says football coach Mike Gun date needs to build stronger relationships with his student athletes. But found no signs or indication of racism Holder statement comes after star running back Cuba Hubbard, who was black, called Gundy out on social media for wearing a T shirt with the one American News Network logo on it. A far right news channel has been critical of the Black lives matter Movement. Gundy, who was White, previously apologized while appearing in a video with Hubbard. The player said he might boycott the program. His tweet garnered support from current and past OS you players
Oklahoma State football coach apologizes for t-shirt after star running back Chuba Hubbard calls him out
"State coach Mike Gundy still under fire after his star player. Heisman candidate Shubra Hubbard went after him on twitter. They finally got together late in the afternoon and early evening. and. Chubu released a video of the to talking in. Today's clean with the teacher I was wearing. I I've met with some players in realize it's a very sensitive issue with what's going on in today's ninety, and so we had a great meeting in May worse things. Players feel like can make our organization or colds, or even better than this year Implem- steak and I'm looking forward to making some changes and starts at the time with me and we got good days in. I'll start off by saying that I would've. Wrongly by tweeting US Open that. Has To, be, something changed. I should've went to as a man of. Action so that was Valmont part, but for now on. We're GONNA folk. Something changed. That's the most important thing.
Mike Gundy vows to make 'changes' in joint statement with Chuba Hubbard after OAN T-shirt uproar
"Things have calmed down between Oklahoma state star running back chuba Hubbard and his head coach Mike Gundy Gundy was seen in a photo wearing a tee shirt with the logo of the arch conservative news network one America network however took to Twitter hit that a boycott Gandhian Hubbard later appeared in a video together with Gundy promising change Hubbard apologize for taking the problem to
Oklahoma State RB Hubbard: Gundy's OAN shirt 'unacceptable'
"And Oklahoma state football star is lashing out at his coach over his support of a news network Sheba Hubbard Monday said he will not stand for this posting on Twitter regarding a photo of Oklahoma state head football coach Mike Gundy wearing a T. shirt promoting controversial news network one America news the A. N. teacher not sitting right with Hubbard and several current cowboys players with the okay state running back adding this is completely insensitive to everything going on in society and it's unacceptable Hubbard is now threatened to not want to have anything to do with the school or the program unless change happens Gundy came under criticism back in April for applying ians news coverage which has come under the spotlight for links to far right conspiracy
Dallas Authorities Respond After Reports of Plane Crash at Lake Ray Hubbard
"The plane crashes reported in an area awake more from NBC five police received a report of a plane crashing into a lake ray Hubbard we're told the initial call came in just before nine o'clock tonight crews immediately began searching the area of I. thirty between del rock and horizon Raleigh police say Dallas fire rescue is taking over the search but so far nothing has been located
Jimmy Kimmel Pays Tribute to Fred Willard
"And we did talk yesterday about the passing of comedian comic actor Fred Willard and some thoughts last night on Jimmy Kimmel live on A. B. C. Fred Willard made a lot of appearances on Kimmel and he they kind of they kind of were buddies so the bottom Jimmy Kimmel last night on Fred Willard Fred that left this earth on Friday night at age eighty six when I was a kid I spent a lot of time sitting in front of TV I had on my desk in my room and one of the shows that I would watch religiously on channel five in Las Vegas was Fernwood tonight this is a parody of a talk show starring Martin mall as part Kimball and Fred Willard as his sidekick and announcer Jerry Hubbard I love this show is one of those shows are probably eighty percent of the people watching it didn't get maybe ninety percent of it is definitely my kind of show and Fred was so great on it he was the oblivious second banana he try men and say dumb things in a very earnest and Jeannie away hand mark mall were great together they wanna make a fake documentary called the history of white people in America then I enjoyed the were a married couple on Roseanne and then of course Fred was discovered by a new generation of fans thanks to the great Christopher guest movies like waiting for government and best in show and present anchorman pretty good body work you bet you left us a lot of funny things to remember and Fred
A Close Call
"In August. Two Thousand Fifteen Steve Hill. Who had been John? Sharps crew chief and I went to restore the NEMESIS ANNEX T to flying condition. Sharps Reno Racer had been stored in a hangar. At the Mojave California airport that had been damaged holding the annexed t captive until the hangar doors. Were repaired. I was to relocate the annexed t to the Moriarty New Mexico Airport so that sharp could set some world speed records before retiring the aircraft to the Smithsonian Air and Space Museum. Sharpen his wife Patricia. Designed and built the t around his six foot four frame and the rudder. Pedals were not adjustable even with cushions and bolsters. I was barely able to reach the rudder pedals. I was unable to perform a magneto check as the next. He slowly crept forward. During the run-up this of course was unacceptable. So I taxi back and inform sharp and the crew of my predicament hill. I returned to Moriarty to contemplate plan. B The annex t was subsequently flown to Moriarty where rudder pedal extensions were designed and installed on April twenty-seventh. Twenty seventeen I finally had a chance to fly the annex t since the winds were forecast to increase hill and I met at hills hanger early to get a leg up on the day and give me a chance to see how sharp's racer flew. The annex t has no forward visibility when being taxied so a lipstick camera was located on the right main landing gear in conjunction with a small video screen and the cockpit so the pilot could see ahead hill. Followed me out to runway two six to both assist and observe my flight. As soon as I applied power I was able to raise the tail on directional control was never an issue. I remained on the ground. Perhaps a bit longer than needed which may have been a function of the elevator. Trim position on lift off. The tee seemed very well behaved. I climbed out to the South West in order to get a better feel for how it behaved before returning to land. Although the aircraft was not unruly the air certainly was so I decided to cut the flight short and return to terra. Firma and aircraft incident or accident is almost never just one thing. It is a series of connected dots that when added up can lead to an untenable situation or worse the first dot manifested itself. Unbeknownst to me as I enter the downwind leg it had only been a few days before that I had flown the glider clubs Piper pointy tow plane. When doing so I would fly a close tight traffic pattern in hindsight. I should have flown a pattern commensurate with the speeds. I would be flying the Reno. Racer that is a one hundred fifty miles per hour on final and somewhat faster on downwind and base geared down to in the green and I started working to slow the next T- because my proximity to the final approach was far too close. I banked steeper as I watched myself fly through. Final DOT number two. I must have added a touch of bottom rudder dot number three at that point mortality Hubbard a watchful bird of prey. And the next thing I knew the next departed in a snapple. I would like to claim. It was superior airmanship skill and reflexes. That kept me from dying that day but I know better. My Guardian Angel was watching over me and only by the grace of God that I make the control inputs. That allowed me to recover at about two hundred feet or so Steve Hill was privy to all of the above and this is what he observed. The aircraft disappeared from my view and hearing to the West. After a few minutes I heard the aircraft approaching from the West and her bills radio call of left down wind for runway. Two six with gear. The aircraft appeared to me to be at a normal altitude. But maybe a little too close to the runway by this time the winds on the ground had picked up and we're gusting a little bit. The winds were mostly aligned with the runway but may have had a southern component. My perception was such that. I almost called bill on the radio. Remind Him to maintain one hundred and fifty miles per hour pattern speed. But I did not. I watched the aircraft perform a left turn from down wind base and the bank angle seemed a little steep to me. The aircraft continued at northerly heading with left-wing down at less than five hundred feet. Ag L. suddenly it appeared to snapple. All the way around and recover right I was looking into the morning sun and did not have an ideal view but I believe that the aircraft continued in a roll to the left. The maneuver happened extremely quickly. Literally in the blink of an eye. It happened so quickly that I was at that point. Not sure of what to make of it. All only that I was in a descending attitude on northbound heading and then if I did not initiate a pull up I would be making ground contact with ample speed in hand about one hundred and seventy or so. I started climbing westbound. Turn for an upwind leg while I contemplated my course of action. I reentered the down wind with substantially more distance from the runway. This time the pattern reflected the speed at which I was flying. The Annex T and the turn from base to final was made at a comfortable bank angle and speed once properly stabilized. The T flu like it was on rails. There was a bit of a southwind so I touched down left wing low as I wield the little racer onto the ground. Shortly after securing the aircraft we were in contact with sharp who was gracious enough to forgive me my transgressions and the fact that almost destroyed his wonderful creation. Sharp offer a five page explanation. Absolving me of blame but I knew better. The fault was entirely mine. The takeaways from this incident are many but mostly the recognition of how easily one can allow the deck to be against oneself. It's important to reflect on the various types of risks identifiable acceptable unacceptable and most important on identified remembering that uncertainty is always there hovering over the horizon awaiting the arrival of the unsuspecting pilot. Who has allowed his or her situation awareness to go by the wayside and for identified risk to enter the equation. I've found the episode humbling. A stark reminder of what a lack of attention to detail can lead to reality had returned with soul searing clarity. I had violated a number of tenants. Those irrefutable physics of flight and aerodynamics that cannot be violated and yet I lived to tell the tale
Boston Massachusetts Hair Salon Owners Petition To Be Considered Essential Coronavirus Business
"Opposition calling for hair salons in Massachusetts to be considered essential coronavirus businesses to let them reopen early as received thousands of signatures to launch a part of a non essential business down scheduled to be lifted may fourth but somewhat that lifted sooner donde Rojas a owner of a hair for you in Hubbard since started the petition and tells WBZ TV she believes proper safety measures would be easy for salons to act by allowing one client per stylist at a time wearing masks and cleaning all service between
Sabrina Ionescu on Her Next Move
"Hey Sabrina how's it going good her you that Sabrina UNESCO the presumptive number-one pick tomorrow's WNBA draft? I'm good so the draft is tomorrow night I tell us. What is the scene at? Your House can't be like I'm really just going to be with my parents. My brother and his wife and the twin brother just a small group of us that have been together and just watch the TV in. Have a good time. Are you going to get dressed up in any way which these days means just putting on pants with the button? Yeah No. I'm not going to wear a dress or anything. I think I'm just going to put on jeans and a shirt. That's big in the big. That shows you're serious. I can't remember the last time I wear jeans. But that's neither here nor there. You are not the only duck headed to the pros at your teammates. Bali Ruthie Hubbard are both being projected as first round picks which is of course a reminder to everyone of how good the team was obviously the tournament. Being canceled was a big disappointment after you return for a final season. I want to ask about it this way. What do you think you gained from coming back for that last year? I think I gained so much just maturity leadership and just really the relationships that I built during that last year I mean so many people were excited and happy that I returned in. I mean I think the community just around women's basketball at in Oregon grew when so it was really eye opening to be able to see all the relationships that I made during that year. And just how close a as a team that we got so Obviously that translated on the Evolving my game getting better on all sides so the drafts is happening. Which is great even though it's virtual but there is no certainty right now around the actual season. How are you wrapping your mind around that yet? I mean it's hard trying to figure out when to ramp up training in exactly you know knowing when the seasons GonNa be played in when you're supposed to be in your prime in so just trying to do everything I can to stay in shape so as of now. I'm just running playing basketball working out. You know not trying to do too much too soon. Just because I'm not sure when the season's GonNa start but just staying mentally and physically ready you have wanted to play in the WNBA. Since you are very young we have video evidence that three laws just throwing the ball around again a lot of experience playing on my brothers ten foot from overall value on my basketball experiences looking forward to anymore my family has always been there for as Beijing to keep pushing David. Wnba and now that it's here it's sort of at your footsteps. How do you feel it will be different from the basketball? You played so far. I mean it's going to be completely different. Just the physicality the level of competition. It's kind of just a new way of taking on the game in a new way of basketball. It's going to be completely different than college. High School anything that I've ever done in some really excited for the opportunity to get better and just learn finding different ways to look up to not only my teammates but other veterans in the League. Transfer Ball game in that aspect. Would you anticipate being the most challenging part? Probably just getting adjusted to the physicality in the speed of the game. I mean it coming in as a rookie. There's there's players there that you know I've been planning for ten plus years so they're gonNa make sure no they let you know that you're a rookie in so I think that aspect is going to be fun but also challenging. You got a preview of the pros last November when your team played and beat team. Usa Oregon ducks defeating the United States. National TV ninety three eighty six. What was that like? It was awesome to just be able to share a court with them and learn from them. Obviously the wind was awesome. But I think it was even more special that you know. We're able to sell out crowd against team. Usa just learn from them engage in conversation with them and be able to share court with them because not a lot of people say that they've done that. Was there anyone on that court? That made you geek out a little where you're like. I cannot believe I am right now on a basketball court with person I mean for sure. Like suber Diane Atrocity. There were so many players but I think those would probably be to my favorite just because of gotten to know them a little bit in in being able to play with them. This was an honor so every mock draft every analysts every article has you projected to be the first overall pick. How does that make you feel? I mean until my name's called until I can sign the paper. I'm not too excited about it. I don't WanNa be disappointed so I never expect anything so obviously very humbled excited about the opportunity to be playing in Brooklyn in that organization until here might many call notes official kind of just keeping up level so if you did go first overall a Newark Liberty. Were ten twenty four buses in anywhere you go near the top you'd be on a rebuilding team. How does that strike you joining a team? That's not already on top. I mean I did that organ for the last four years so I know exactly what it's like having to come in kind of build a program from the ground up so that doesn't scare me at all. I'm excited to be. You know a piece of the puzzle in hopefully get things rolling when you look back at your college career. Take stock of it. What was the most special moment to you? I probably just say time with my teammates and getting filed for there were so many highs through those four years in so many great wins and just being able to do that with a group of girls in team that really cares about each other was very special. What was the lowest moment? Probably losing in the final four on my career short. Those two probably the worst. How did you get the news that the tournament was cancelled or coach? Had texted us. Basically just said you guys can stay where you are with your families. You don't have to return gene. The tournaments cancelled arm. Sorry in everyone was responding in that group messages. Our team were chatting so you let us know and obviously it was heart breaking out again. You were expecting it to go that direction. How long did take you to kind of process? You know. I wasn't really processing it. I try not to think about it too much in just like all right. This is out of my control. It is what it is in Kinda. Just try to look forward on on what was next in. There are so many things going on that I didn't really you know. Focus on it too much in. Probably they look back into Swish. That we couldn't went on with the season so we could have seen how it would turn out in what have been able to play my last game knowing it was my last game but just not to look back on it too much. We had an episode. Fivethirtyeight ran a simulation on the tournament. They head Baylor winning now. Our analyst opposed that idea. How do you think it would've played out I don't think we were going to lose again. I guess. Take that as you want it but I did not see us losing again. So that's all I can say. Well I think watching the draft and seeing the number of players who were going to be taken first overall. That doesn't seem like a outrageous proposition. No three out of the top ten probe. We're going to be going to the League from one team that speaks for itself and super excited for my teammates. But I do think it speaks about what we had as a team. They're probably not likely that another team. Whatever you know. Get to that point again. What is the aspect of playing regularly that you miss the most just competing in playing games especially an Eugene is having our fan base in projected to have two more sellout crowds probably about twenty thousand people in Portland if we made it so regionals and so having that support system implying a real game something that all that are missing right now? You mentioned that Oregon Team USA. You guys sold out a game. Obviously you have gotten a lot of people excited about women's basketball some people that maybe weren't as excited before. How do you hope to continue that? When you get to the pros. Yeah I mean it's been awesome sooner transformation in Eugene with fans of for my first year to my last than new hopefully being able to bring To wherever team I end up in Kinda just change the way that they view women's sports in hopefully can bring joy and happiness not competing that is kind of addicting and people do want to be a part of that in watching that culture so hopefully just taking matt from from what. I did an Eugene in bringing that to To whatever team on
Fred and Rose West: A Murderous Relationship
"Frederick Water West. I'm rose Marie Pauline West Fred and rose where the Jew of serial killers answer rapist. Who killed at least a dozen young British girls included several of their own daughters. Fred was born in a small town of much marcle in Hertfordshire. He was the second of six children by Fred's own. Admission Sexual Abuse. Various kinds will come in the house owed. Fred claimed his father had sexual relationships with his daughters and taught him about bestiality. He was also suspected. That Fred's mother started sexually abusing him when he was twelve though. Fred never admitted this and his never been confirmed when Fred was physically punished for doing badly in school. He showed aptitude woodworking artwork. His mother was a piece and often dress. Unattractively often went to the score in person to yell at the teachers doing so fred left school at the age of fifteen and was almost illiterate. The only job he was a farmhand at sixteen he became more attracted to girls and at the age of seventeen. He was in a motorcycle accident that put him in a coma for a week. This led to a metal plate being inserted into ahead after breaking one of his legs. It was permanently shorter than the other. He was subject to buy temper and often have violent bursts of anger even two years after the accident. Fred hurt his head yet again when he stuck his hand up girl's skirts and she pushed him down a forest. The agent nine thousand nine. He was convicted of molesting a thirteen year. Old Girl though he didn't serve any jail time at the time because his doctor said he suffered from epileptic fits. After this he went to live with his sister was by the rest of his family. Fred got work on the construction site but was fired for stealing from his workplace. At the age of twenty one is family. Let back into their lives and he moved back to much marcle. He resumed a romantic relationship. With an ex girlfriend Catherine Rena Costello who had been a petty thief when they first dated and she moved onto prostitution. Rini was already pregnant with the chart of Pakistani mine. They married Captain Chart to explain why the baby was half Asian. Friday meaner read to the parent to say that the baby died in childbirth chart. Code-named Charmaine Carol was adopted. They married in November a move to Scotland together. The couple had a child that owning July nineteen sixty four court. Ameri joining this time. Fred worked as an ice cream truck driver. The gave him plenty of access to available young women in the area. The life in Scotland came to an end when Fred accidentally run over a four year old boy with his truck. They Saxton wasn't deemed Fred's fault and after which Fr move with his family as well as ice McNeil who was their nanny. Anon macphail. A friend of Costello backed gosh very good job in a slaughterhouse. Shortly afterwards Murray filed an Costello went back to Scotland coming back in July nineteen sixty six for daughter only to discover their Freddie started a relationship with macphail in nineteen sixty seven. It fell became pregnant when French todd and tried to get him to divorce. Kosta Fred killed and dismembered and buried. Her Costello finally left read a few months later. Leave in that children with him. Fred is suspected of killed again in January. Sixty eight when fifteen rosemary. Boston disappeared from of bustle. After the death of his mother in February Fred Start committed a lot of petty thefts and change jobs after joining stint as a bakery truck driver. He met his future wife and accomplice rose. Rosemary was born rose me. Let's in Devon England nineteen fifty three. The house out was trumpeted abusive father. Bill was constantly disciplining UH siblings and a mother of a daisy become pregnant with Rosemary and she'd received electroconvulsive therapy as treatment for severe depression growing up. Rosemary was sexually abused by father. She wasn't very bright overweight and she was often teased. I'm responded by TAC nobles aggressively when she was just a teenager. She became more sexually active and was called getting to bed. Whatever younger brothers and sexually abusing him. A father preventive from data boys ver- own age though she did she relationships with overman where she lived. One of these men took advantage of rape them when rose was fifteen another finally had enough abuse and two rows and moved in with one of our daughters and her husband. Rose started spending more time with male companions later that same year. Rosemary moved back with her father not long after there. She met Fred last. P. Was twelve years her senior. Father objected to fred seeing her. Fred had done several stints in jail for theft and he fade failed to pay his fines of other previous offenses around. This time rose became pregnant with his child could have their. She also took care of his children. Rose treated her stepdaughters badly. In the summer of Nineteen seventy-one Rosemary. Snaps and killed Chaumet. She severed the bodies fingers and toes. I'm Fred Barrett under the kitchen floor in August. One Thousand Nine hundred seventy one costello disappeared when she came looking for Charlemagne because body was found to have its fingers and toes cuts off. When it was discovered Fred as a result was suspected of being the killer Fred and Rosemary on January twenty nine nine thousand nine hundred seventy two. Fred encourage rose to have sex with other men who for money and fun and the Often Watch. He took pictures and post them in magazines and ads for prostitution. In June seventy two he had never daughter Mae West at this time. Gt expanded family and roses business. They moved to twenty five Cromwell street where they can carry out their rapes and murders rose still working as a prostitute from our home had rooms fitted with people's for Fred to us and he hung a red light outside to tell the children not to enter. Rose gave birth to hover children over the next few years seven in Tokyo with three of them fathered by Fred in October. Seventy-two Fred and rose hired a young woman named Catherine Owens. To work for them is a ninety for that children. They made sexual advances on her and she declined every time. When nine December they both unsuccessfully tried to seduce her and how it a captive overnight Fred Fratton to let some of his friends have her killed her. She complied the next day. They released A. She went to the police though. She pressed charges. Fred was able to convince the court was forced. Had Been Consensual. He rose would just find for the INDECENT ASSAULT OVER NEXT SIX YEARS. They killed at least eight. Women made their way to twenty five Cromwell street as even lodges or employees the I was Lynda Gough. She was the seem stress to the WES. Cow Keeper had disappeared while walking home from a movie theater. In December Lucy Catherine plotting ten disappeared from. Stop while we're on our way home. After Christmas. She was murdered by Fred rose. Who adopted her? How to captive for a week over the New Year? I'm raped and tortured her and then killed her on January. The Third Fred was treated for which had been believed to be inflicted when he dismembered partner from nineteen seventy four to nine thousand nine hundred seventy five to nineteen seventy six seventy seven. Seventy eight seventy nine five more women therese single Haga Shirley Hubbard Genetic Marian Motte Shirley Ann Robinson Alison Chambers met. The same fair is unknown if the was killed in the following years if they hadn't it's improbable but the bodies were buried on the property
Chis Shelton, Social Science Blind Spot Regarding Cults?
"Welcome to skeptical where we explore. Controversial science and spirituality with leading researchers thinkers and their critics. I'm your host. Alex occurs and as you may recall a couple of episodes back I had an interview with Ohio State. Comparative Religions Professor Doctor Shoe Urban and what I found particularly interesting in that interview is the rather strange way in my opinion that many academics deal with cults like scientology or is they sometimes like to refer to them new religions like scientology and as I explained in that episode. And as we'll talk about today I found that particularly strange in the case of scientology because as we explored in that interview we have direct provable links between Scientology and occult practices number one but also with CIA dabbling with extended consciousness with programs like M. K. Ultra MK often and even stargate. Which we've talked about a lot on this show so after the interview one of the things. I wanted to do was unpack. Both parts of that with someone who's actually experienced the reality of scientology and that led me to today's guests. Chris Shelton someone who at a very young age was indoctrinated into scientology through his parents. You know sometimes I think we forget how long scientologists been around. You know kind of multi generational so imagine as a very young kid. You know instead of going to Sunday's clear God to scientology you'd like somebody corralled you in off the streets of L. A. And took you into some hokey experiment. Like we always say this. Is Your parents go in there? And Say Hey. Maybe this is the way to go so Chris has gone on to create a very successful youtube channel. And a podcast called sensibly speaking where you regularly interviews experts on Cults Mind Control and other related topics that are important to people who found themselves in this rather unfortunate situation so Chris Welcome. Thank you very much for joining me. Welcome to skeptical. Thank you thanks for having me on so as I was pulling together that intro. I had in the back of my mind that you know there might be some places where you don't exactly agree with me and that's totally fine. You do kind of come from this critical thinker code word for atheist skeptic yet critical thinker. Ya. Yeah kind of tied to have a little thing about that. I just say that because I've dealt with so many blockade close-minded atheist who kind of we've this flag of critical thinking. Oh Gee like everyone else is ungrammatical your critical or does it. Everyone claim to be a critical thinker. I think they do. I think there's peatland scientology you know they'll give you real scientific explanation for what they did. But I don't WanNa get to kind of far afield here because I do want to serve that purpose of you were nice enough to look at the Hugh Urban interview you share. It can only get through about half of it. Alex does it got pretty hard and I understand that but I want to get to the big picture stuff of your bio in just back to you. Know what do you think when you hear an academic like that talking about these new religions like scientology? Yeah exactly they they specifically refer to them there was coined term new religious movement or NRM's and this is something that has been circulating in academic circles or the academic world for at least a decade. Now and this. I can't remember the name of the person who's brainchild that was but the the problem with describing high control authoritarian groups what people call cults destructive cults specifically. I've gone into great detail about that. In my channel is that it ignores the abusive aspect of these groups and the academics tend to shy away from in all the literature that I can find And I've read pretty extensively of it. In fact I even did an entire video series breaking down. A book called Scientology which was written entirely by academics. Who all come at it. From the viewpoint of scientology being a new religious movement that deserves religious freedom in recognition and analysis from a at a professional level. But who then proceed to merely regurgitate Scientology's promotional materials in their academic studies in papers. And this is what I take them to task for. Because if you're GONNA objectively look at a new religious movement call it a new religious movement then you better be able to back that with some evidence. 'cause we're talking studies now we're talking actual papers that are written by academics for academics. In the world of academia these are not popular works. These are not printed for the public at large so these are people who live in the world of having to publish or perish. Well it appears. Hold on kind of cut touch on a couple of different things that we need to pull apart. One is the the abuse you know? We need to talk about that. Can I back you up just a minute in? Have you talk about your bio just to agree off your so that people understand you know like I said I mean you're Kinda raise into this scientology thing? Of course. Sorry I just watched right into that but yes? I am a former scientologist of an years professionally. I worked for the Organization for twenty five of those years. I was raised in scientology before that. Was I count my scientology time? From the point that I was fifteen. I was actually raised with my parents got involved when I was four years old so I don't have a living memory outside of scientology I mean I you know I. I remember a couple of things before I was forty years old. But for the most part scientology's always been there. The concepts have always been there. The terminology of which there is a great deal has always been there. I was raised with these ideas so it was really not a whole lot different. My experience from I think being raised in any kind of what I would say is a strongly religious family. I it's not. Scientology is not a casual thing. My parents worked for the organization. They were deeply involved with it up until the late eighties. Bhagat out the nineties. I was then all in so then. I was the scientologist in the family. And they were. They had kind of both gone now but they drifted away and I stayed at and by this point I was in my twenties. I worked for the organization in Santa Barbara and then I moved down to Los Angeles and I joined. What's called the Sea Organ? See Organization when I was twenty five years old in nineteen ninety five and I moved down to Los Angeles and I worked for the Organization for seventeen years finally got out in two thousand the end of two thousand twelve and it was a year later after getting full exposure to the Internet uncensored which in the world of scientology and sea org the Internet is censored in the same way it censored in China. It's filtered you. You simply cannot access certain information and so I. There was a ton of information about scientology that I never had access to so when I left in two thousand twelve when I left the C. We're goes eight. I was still a believer in scientology within a year of being exposed. To all of the truth about scientology. And L Ron Hubbard. I was out and I was so out that I started speaking out publicly against it because I was so outraged about what I learned that the church labeled an enemy. I am now declared a suppressive person by the church scientology which means I'm not to be talked to or connected to or or in any way a correspondent with by scientologists. They completely shut me out of their life. I've lost friends. I lost people. I've known for over twenty years overnight because the Church said I'm an enemy. You can't talk to me more. And they all comply.
Coronavirus infects U.S. economy; millions face financial ruin
"The tri state area has now seen nineteen deaths from the corona virus outbreak New Jersey governor Phil Murphy said today have a total of nineteen hundred and fourteen people in New Jersey have now tested positive for the virus twenty people have died there New York governor Andrew Cuomo said New York has seen one hundred fourteen deaths and over fifteen thousand cases Connecticut has seen five deaths from the virus governor Cuomo today called for the federal government to invoke the defense production act to get factories to make masks ventilators and other medical equipment he says the situation is dire this they cannot manage it states all across the country can't manage it certainly the states that are dealing with the highest caseload can't handle it but you're hearing it all across the country from states they just can't deal with finding the medical supplies that they need on CNN this morning mayor bill de Blasio said sixty people in the city have died from the virus eight thousand in the city are infected his forecast was Graham the truth is and new Yorkers and all Americans deserve the blunt truth it's only getting worse and in fact April and may are to be a lot worse right now we are a third of the cases in the country that's going to get worse for about two thirds or more the cases in New York state that's going to get worse the U. S. is entering a recession the ultimate fear is that it could last a long time and that has some worried about a depression some prominent economy watchers including former White House chief economist Glenn Hubbard and Kevin Hassett and former federal reserve vice chairman Alan blinder have drawn comparisons to the Great Depression although they have stopped short of forecasting
Stripe: Patrick and John Collison
"Did you guys get into coding. How did that happen? I bought a book when I was thirteen. And I read it one Saturday and started writing some web pages and really. It was all certify. It was all downhill from there. Yeah and how about you John? Did you like seen Patrick get into coding? Did you think I won't try to? Yeah those definitely influence and I think I had an experience That a lot of people I know who've learned code had which is it's often an end result the pulls you along and you're making everything up as you go and you don't really understand you know you're copying things from a book or from website and typing them into a computer to get it to work and it seems like the two big motivations that people often have our websites or video games Answer in my case the initial website I made was not very good aftertaste. Patrick taught me a lesson in insecurity. I was probably fourteen at the time and I call it together. This website and there were vulnerabilities issues and stuff patrick. Then hacked this is to teach me a lesson on that. Okay so Patrick. I mention this because you're not going to mention this. The in two thousand and five. You won an award like the young scientist award of Ireland fifteen and Or sixteen or something like that. And I'm assuming and maybe weren't cognizant of this but we're I mean people must have said. Oh they're the collison boys you know. There's those two S- really smart boys. Were you aware that you guys were just really smart? I mean did did you would you? Would you wear the people? Were aware of the two of you when you were kids. I don't think they were when we were kids. I think actually this kind of science contest is that was really the first time where anyone might have had even the slightest. 'cause yeah to have kind of come across or heard of either of us What would you do? What was your invention or experiment or submission when you young scientist of Ireland. Well as we touched on I'd gotten really into programming and In particular become interested in this program language called Lisp and I was Kinda fascinated by list because it had been invented in the late fifties like really early in the history of technology. But it'd been kind of forgotten and ignored. The thing I worked on was a new version of less trying to kind of update it making it really straightforward to build sort of complicated applications and things like that and you know it's funny Tony kind of looking back on. It becomes clear for a very early stage. I was interested in working on tools or just going to building things that created leverage for other is in that basically the whole point of working on this programming language was to provide a tool would make it easier for others to build things. And so I. I didn't consciously think about it this way at the time. He kind of running stripe or whatever but basically all the things that I've worked. I'm kind of somewhat seriously. Having some ways been kind of tools for creation show in two thousand six. After Patrick won the young scientists of the year award he decided to go to the US to mit for college and two years later John would follow his brother to Cambridge to attend Harvard. But all the while the brothers were always working and conspiring ways to solve problems they come across the Internet for example why it seemed so hard to buy and sell secondhand things in an efficient way so one afternoon while mulling over some ideas at their local pub Patrick. John came up with a potential solution back end technology for Ebay users to manage inventory and they found two other guys who were working on a similar problem so they joined up with them moved to San Francisco and called their company optimistic. What automatic did was? It made it really easy to kind of manage and to list items for sale on existing platforms things like Ebay Or you know other marketplaces for for selling some of these items. You could use automatic to sort of track your inventory and to upload your items and to manage the listing photos and said basically who's a tool for people who are selling significant amounts of stuff online and so with software to help. Those people do that job better and the idea was kind of that could help us gain kind of one side of the marketplace such that over time we could come and then build a better user experience for customers so you guys build this thing and who is the public face of automatic because I mean obviously you guys are super smart and talented. But you know you were really young right like eighteen and sixteen years old so were you guys sort of staying in the background. And with the other founders. The public face was really the website right. The great line about how on the Internet. Nobody knows that you're you know. We kind of took full advantage of that but the company must have done pretty well right because I I guess just over a year after you've had your original idea I it sold reportedly for five million dollars. So was this strange to all of a sudden at that age land into that kind of money. I mean no. You didn't get five million yourself yet to divide it up and it's still you prominent pastors and yeah you still probably walked away with a couple of hundred thousand bucks. That was probably more money than you'd ever seen in Your Life. Who certainly more money than we'd ever seen in our lives. Yeah was enough money that it afforded a kind of freedom and really I think just kind of forced to the kind of reflection that had we been or had. Ibm kind of on. Just the treadmill of you go to college and you get your debris in his first job and so on such that I I can certainly imagine sort of a different version of my life or my career where I didn't do some of that thinking on until I was much older. Yeah so I guess this was like right around the time you were at at Harvard John and Patrick you eventually went back to mit for For a while right. That's exactly right in the fall of cousin nine and I should just prefaces was saying both of you with dropout and never return But in that in that brief moment of time where John Hubbard and Patrick you're at Mit Is that really this around? Two thousand nine is that were the early sort of idea That would become stripe began. That's interesting question. 'cause on the one hand stripe was the most interesting idea. We had come across during the course of automatic in this It was the single hardest thing about developing an Internet. Business was just the the business side of the accepting money. So the pain inside. Yeah it's and it seemed like a really important problem at and we thought there should be something really easy. Folks developers instance at up to people started to starting accepting money but on the other. Hand what we
"hubbard" Discussed on Political Scandals
"Hubbard was clearly scrambling all this investigation. Chaos didn't do his or his wife's election campaigns any favors in November of Nineteen ninety-two. They both lost their respective races him. For his currency in Western Kentucky her for Eastern after decades of easy reelections Hubbard's political career slammed to a stop that isn't to say he was done in Washington. He's still had a lot on his plate namely trying to avoid prison time for three felony charges. But I. We can't pass over the six months. In which Hubbard thought. He could skirt his crimes by working with the FBI as an informant after losing re election for his seat in the House in Nineteen ninety-two Hubbard. Hoped he could reinvent himself with an adjacent career in. Washington perhaps by working as a lawyer in political lobbying however that it'd be near impossible if he was convicted and sent to prison and by Nineteen ninety-three he was still being investigated by the Justice Department for his misuse of campaign funds. Anticipating prosecution for his crimes. The former congressman hoped he could offer an olive branch to lessen the terms of his impending charges if he helped the F. B. I. Get what it wanted. Maybe his sentencing would be less severe. It wasn't an unheard of trade. According to The New York Times. It is common for the bureau to use suspects as informers to help uncover crimes in such cases. The government typically promises that if a suspect is convicted federal prosecutors will recommend a reduced sentence in return for the suspects cooperation with law enforcement authorities. So in April of one thousand nine hundred ninety three Hubbard became an informant. He thought he was going in as an inside. Man Investigating international lobbying in his mind he was a perfect candidate for such a role he'd already talked about wanting to work with lobbyists and he was a familiar face around. Dc NAIVELY HUBBARD THOUGHT. The FBI was willing to trust him. Needless to say it didn't go well coming up. Carol Hubbard's FBI days are numbered. He faces trial and later insists. He's off the political sauce for good now. Back to the story in April of Nineteen ninety-three Carroll Hubbard. Junior agreed to work with the FBI as an informant in Washington. He hoped that his cooperation would help. Lessen whatever charges. The Justice Department was short to bring against him for misappropriating campaign funds but in his six months working with the Bureau Hubbard grew restless. He wasn't being sent to Libya or having meetings with foreign leaders according to The Washington Post. He'd believed he could be part of the investigation into the nineteen eighty-eight crash of Pan. Am Flight One oh three in which Libyan terrorism was suspected. This was incorrect. The FBI just wanted proof that Hubbard had tried to destroy subpoenaed campaign records. Even his codename Elmer Fudd after the bumbling cartoon character seemed to indicate the FBI. Didn't take Hubbard all that seriously. He was a wire and told to record his conversations around Washington according to Hubbard conversations the FBI. We're most interested in? Were the ones that took place on his visits back home to Kentucky namely when he was talking to associates that had some level of access to his subpoenaed records by early fall of Nineteen ninety-three Hubbard had finally come to terms with the fact that he wasn't investigating Libya in September upon receiving a plea agreement to avoid federal trial. He declined it and stopped helping the FBI. He balked at terms that demanded he quote plead guilty to conspiracy to violate federal election. Laws theft of government property and obstruction of justice. Hubbard wanted to argue his case consequences. Be Damned even after the FBI disappointment. He still had faith in himself. He truly believed he could convince a judge. He didn't deserve heftiest sentence. It was a bold gamble. According to The Washington Post he could quote face a sentence of more than seven years about twice the maximum sentence that he could have received under his plea offer so Carroll Hubbard. Junior went to federal trial again. It didn't go well in April of one thousand nine hundred ninety four. He pled guilty to no less than three felonies conspiring to file false campaign finance reports misusing government employees and obstructing justice and agreed to cooperate with the Justice Department. Whatever changed Hubbard was now admitting to nearly the same charges that had been offered to him in the earlier plea bargain but without any of the implied goodwill had he taken the offer back in September the court proceedings dragged on for nearly five months in part thanks to Hubbard's reluctance to provide subpoenaed documents. Even now he couldn't quite bring himself to cooperate however the DOJ eventually tracked down all the records they needed confirming Hubbard misappropriated fifty thousand dollars in campaign money in November of nineteen ninety four Carroll Hubbard. Junior was found guilty of all charges and slept with a three year prison sentence by us. District Judge Lewis Oberdorfer to top off the jail time he was subject to pay one hundred fifty three thousand dollars in restitution and in order to not insult the tax payers. He'd also be responsible for covering the cost of his prison housing. An estimated fourteen thousand dollars per year according to the Associated Press. This was a generous punishment in light of the twenty years and seven hundred and fifty thousand dollar maximum fine. He could've walked away with. Hubbard was even permitted a month of our in our with the family over the holidays before he decamped to a federal prison in Fort Worth Texas speaking of family. Mrs Carol Browner Hubbard. Didn't get off scot-free either. She was arraigned separately yet. According to the American banker she pled guilty to a single misdemeanor charge of aiding and abetting the campaign law violations as in she more or less claimed to be the victim of her husband's arrogance. She insisted she was just along for the ride. When her husband suggested misappropriating funds granted her political career was all but buried. The judge was satisfied. She'd learned her lesson. He sentenced her to five years probation with one hundred hours of community service instead of jail. Time and of course. A twenty-seven thousand dollar fine but the Hubbard's trials weren't over yet and this time it was a personal one in one thousand nine hundred ninety eight following her husband's early release from Federal Prison. Carol Brown Hubbard filed for divorce. Perhaps looking for to fill the void of his marriage in the years. That followed Hubbard believed. He might go back to practicing law but there was a small problem his his law license and voting rights were suspended following his conviction in one thousand nine hundred eighty four. No Matter Hubbard had nothing if not confidence. He's simply asked Kentucky Governor Paul Patton to reinstate his Civil Rights Hubbard reassured the governor that he'd washed his hands of public office. He was merely seeking permission to return to society. As an upstanding civilian voter the governor agreed restoring hovers ability to both vote and to hold public office somewhere dubious worried patent was giving Hubbard too long leash yet. Governor Patten was optimistic. He insisted he restored. Hubbard's voting rights. Because he believes people who completed their sentences should be allowed a chance to become responsible citizens after being granted. This win Hubbard. Did what any responsible citizen would do. Ask for his bar license back. Naturally the Kentucky Bar Association's Board of Governors Bristled at the request a year later in two thousand and one. It voted sixteen to zero against reinstating Hubbard to practice however Hubbard could appeal that decision. And he did. It was brought to the State Supreme Court of Kentucky which overruled the bars decision. Finding he was of good moral character. The judges voted unanimously to return his law licence. Hubbard went back to practice and he already knew where he wanted to go next. His old faithful the Kentucky State Senate right where he started his political career. By two thousand and five Hubbard firmly believed he could return to his former glory as a state legislator. He told Newspaper the Murray Ledger. I've asked God to forgive me for my huge mistakes. Hubbard was pretty sure that despite all his missteps his people would show up for him. When I was congressman for eighteen years my staff twenty two people and I helped thousands of people in this area. And it's going to show up on November seven but wherever the support he claimed to have was it didn't show up at the polls Hubbard's two thousand six bid for the Kentucky State Senate was a failure always wanted to get back on the horse though he tried again in two thousand eight and this time won the May Democratic primary but enthusiasm for him. Tucker doubt and he lost the November two thousand eight general election. Still Hubbard persisted. Two thousand twelve same deal. He ran for Kentucky State Senate when he was asked why he kept trying to get reelected despite the overwhelming proof that he wasn't a favorite candidate. Hubbard told the Associated Press. This is one last try for proving that people are capable of forgiveness and that there is such a thing as redemption he lost. It's not surprising that Hubbard never found his base again granted. He's spent recent years engaging in more activities that further tarnish his reputation like say.
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A wherever you get your podcasts. Now back to the story in One Thousand Nine Hundred Ninety Congressman Carroll Hubbard. Junior was enjoying his near eternal status as a house representative from Kentucky. In fact he was getting ready to run for his ninth term and was entirely confident. He'd win once again. But in a surprising twist that year his wife also named Carroll Hubbard announced she'd read alongside her husband for different seat representing Eastern Kentucky. Not Wanting to let his rookie wife kill her own campaign before it got started. Hubbard began funneling resources to Carol perhaps due to the fact that the DOJ had dropped similar charges against him in one thousand nine hundred five. It seemed Hubbard. Didn't think he'd get caught. In fact he was positively grandiose with his generosity to Mrs Hubbard. It wasn't a question of if his congressional staffers would help arrange calendars for Carol. Browner Hubbard or reach out to donors for contributions. It was a question of when Hubbard was careful to instruct his employees to use fake names for all this illicit work less someone. Catch them working for both Hubbard's at once. Obviously many staffers were opposed. These tasks were illegal and could jeopardize their careers but Hubbard's implicit message was clear if they questioned his requests. They'd lose their jobs. They'd no careers to lose. Unfortunately the situation continued to devolve in addition to being relegated to illegal administrative work. Staffers were sent out as chaperones for Hubbard's elderly mother. The Washington Post reported that Hubbard's campaign. Staffers were tasked with accompanying. Mrs Carol. Hubbard's mother to a baptist. Church Convention later Congressman Hubbard. Had them right off the trip in phony expense reports for his congressional office? Of course all that being said at least Hubbard wasn't paying people to endorse his wife. Carol Right Ron Hubbard was happy degrees palm or two or more for his wife. According to the Baltimore Sun on at least fifteen occasions he gave people up to one thousand dollars to make contributions to his wife's campaign as the Book of Love. Says if you love someone pay other people to love them too now. Whatever deluded confidence that Convinced Hubbard? All of this was a good idea. He wasn't so foolhardy to do it openly. He did his best to bury the money. Transfers according to The Washington Post in one thousand nine hundred ninety two instance Hubbard skimmed fifteen thousand dollars out of his campaign fund channel through several banks including the House Bank then gave money to various associates in Kentucky. The recipients then wrote backdated checks to Carol Brown Hubbard's congressional campaign. Though some of this money laundering could be chalked up to a very misguided sense of duty towards his wife. Popper wasn't Robin Hooding his campaign fun solely for her campaign. The man had bills to pay. What was the use of letting them stack up? Hubbard also took a little money from the fund here and there to pay for his daughter's school tuition and a few other things. No expense was too small even hairdressers gas bills and his ex wife's cable. Tv Bill were paid out from the campaign fund. Hubbard's actions were equal to asking the accountant at work. Take your mother out to lunch during working hours then having them expense that lunches accounting software. Oh and then using the company credit card to pay your net flicks and gas bills. Clearly Hubbard was confident. Luck was on his side. It had been before Hal. He'd even cheated. Fate allegedly back in nineteen eighty. Three Hubbard had been scheduled to visit South Korea for an anniversary celebration of the United States. South Korea Mutual Defense Treaty. He was to travel with his constituents. Larry McDonald and Jesse Helms but due to scheduling issues Hubbard cancelled his plans. He was attending an event. Back home in Kentucky. When he learned the flight he'd been slated to take was shot down by the USSR. Both MacDonald and Helms died in the crash. These types of memories made committing. Bank fraud seem like small worthy potatoes? If Carol Brown Hubbard was elected for Eastern Kentucky the couple would make up one third of the representation for the state in Congress. They'd be a congressional power couple with a good deal of political sway however the Hubbard's wouldn't ever secure such a majority. A major story was about to splash across headlines nationwide and foiled their plans in the spring of Nineteen Ninety two. The House Bank scandal broke Washington. Dc slid under the microscope as the public learned the details of what was quickly dubbed. Rubber Gate a cheeky wordplay on rubber checks meaning balanced and the Watergate scandal. It was a far reaching bipartisan fiasco. Two hundred and forty seven current and fifty six former congress. People from both parties were cited as overdraft ing on their house bank accounts sidebar. The House Bank. Which has since closed used to work independently of the rules that govern most US banks according to the Chicago Tribune. The bank was a strictly internal affair. A cooperative paycheck depository and check cashing service that had been operating since eighteen thirty eight and didn't involve taxpayers money regardless for these members. It looked very very bad to be implicated in such a scandal let alone in the spring of an election. Year as if seeing their re-elections evaporate into thin air the implicated politicians were quick to defend themselves in the days after the scandal broke. They argued that the rules of House. Bank protocol were unclear. Apparently the long heralded policy was that account. Overdrafts were permissible. So long as they didn't exceed the representatives paycheck amount for the next month. This argument didn't sit well with the American public Washington. Insiders attitudes seem to be. I know the money isn't there but it will be so let it slide. Okay it stirred little if any sympathy and the truth was often. The money wouldn't be there later because the representatives were over drafting in excessive amounts. That future paychecks wouldn't cover for example one representative from Kentucky. Had One hundred and fifty two overdrafts.
"hubbard" Discussed on Political Scandals
"Carroll Hubbard Junior the Prize of Western Kentucky or at least. He thought zoo the nine term. Democrat seem destined to be a lifelong congressman at least until he embroiled himself in multiple financial scandals in the nineteen ninety s. The Congressman described by the Washington Post as a friendly albeit quirky and absent minded type was a staple in Kentucky politics for nearly two decades but being a cordial southern gentlemen wouldn't excuse his sketchy bookkeeping concerns about his. Financial records arose multiple times during his tenure in Congress. The inquiries that led to the Nineteen ninety-two House Bank Scandal. Aka Rubber Gate would finally definitively expose Hubbard's years of illegal dealings.
"hubbard" Discussed on Political Scandals
"Down the biggest scandals in American political history. This is number thirty. Six Carroll Hubbard Junior. The former congressman was charged with three felonies after illegally using his campaign fund and congressional staff for personal use fifty six year old former Congressman Carroll Hubbard. Junior thought he was getting ready to participate in a sting mission for the FBI. The past few years on the hill had been tough for him. Pesky agents from the bureau had been poking around his finance records. They were definitely looking for something no matter Hubbard. Thought he'd Outrun his cooked books with a little quid pro quo. He could play. Nice for a couple months and helped the F. B. I. Investigate lobbying in Libya. Then they'd see he was worth his salt and forget about his receipts outfitted with the whole nine yards including a beeper business. Cards and a codename Hubbard was ready to take down some lobbyists but informant. Elmer fudd as he was nicknamed grew irritated when he wasn't flown abroad instead. He was instructed by the FBI to wear a body recorder around Washington DC. He was confused. The agents only seemed interested in getting him to talk to Old Kentucky politicians. What did they know about Libya? Hubbard was uneasy and yet he still believed the FBI. Wooden tried to dupe him. He would have seen that coming but Hubbard vastly underestimated the FBI's willingness to let him slide off the hook for his years of past misdeeds. In fact they were simply trying to get him to obtain evidence that would help speed his.
"hubbard" Discussed on The Joys Of Binge Reading: The Best in Mystery, Romance and Historicals
"At much later in life. You know. It's really never too late to become a writer if you can if you can dictate even even if you can't type dictate it's not is it or you can still right so yeah that's great. So what is next for sir? East W. have the right of. What have you got on your desk for the next twelve months? Say Well when you call me. I was finishing up my word. Count for the Frank Bennett. Book that I'm writing right now which is called Ice Jig. It takes place all the Frank Bennett books. Have a vaguely. Fishing related tackles. I got into this fishing Seem but there's really not that much fishing takes place but there's actually a lot of interesting of fishing equipment that had sound sinister so so I'm writing ice jig right now and that will be out of finishing it up that will be out. March twenty third and then I'll move onto writing the next Life in Palmerston story which is called life up ended. And I'm hoping that that will be done by the end of the summer and then we'll move into the next Estate Sale mystery which I discussed the cover for yesterday and that will be called. Rock bottom treasurer. It's about a woman who is a rock journalist in aging rock journalist and obvious helping her sell her rock and roll memorabilia. That sounds great. It sounds a Weenie but Very popular one last year. The daisy daisy giants. Yeah we've got Stevie Nicks now have been in the states out. Yes that sounds wonderful. You sound as if you've got a wonderfully under control. It said some very impressive a wider. No but that my husband's always saying why don't you make an outline? But I'm a dancer. I don't outline so so I we've already established that you enjoy interacting with your Rita's and that you're willing to listen to their suggestions. How do you like to interact way? Can they find you? I have a facebook page. That's very Very active S W Hubbard author. And if you look from there on facebook you'll get to see pictures of my dog. Libi who my husband has taken out for a walk right now. So that you you're barking in the background And I'm on. I'm on twitter among good reads so absolutely pleased. The and my website. S W Hubbard Dot net so definitely looked me up online and Shoot me a message. I'll definitely answer you the other thing that I would really like to mention this that you also very happy to talk to book club sanctuary. I am I love book clubs. I love my own book club. In fact I joined my book club when I came to talk to them about. What am I books? They were reading one of my books. They invited me to come and talk to them and then I liked them so much that I became a member. I can only happened once so I'm in that group But I I do love to. I'll come to anyone any any book group in New Jersey in person but I also do it online by skype or facetime and it's a lot of fun. Oh that's wonderful where all the links to your books and your websites and the social media will have all of those in the show notes. Are they easy for people to find so just remember? It's it's w Hubbard so have it. Thanks so much for your time today. So it's been really great. Thank you so much thrilled to be here. Thanks for listening to the joys of venture reading podcast you can find all the details and links for this episode at Dub Dub Dub dot the joys of binge reading Dot Com. We'd love to your comments and suggestions for who you'd like us to interview next and if you enjoyed the show take a moment to subscribe on Itunes or a similar provider. So you won't miss out on future guests. Thanks for joining us and heavy reading the Jewish bench reading podcast put together with fantastic technical help from Dan. Cotton and Abe Raffles. Dan is an experience sound and video engineer. Whose radiant available to help you with your next project seeking out at D C audio services at G. Mail DOT COM that Steve. Daniel CPA Charlie audio services ex. Gm DOT COM or check casher nights. He's fast. He takes pride in getting it right and he's great.
"hubbard" Discussed on Hermit_Radio
"Things that are kind of depressing yes so it's okay. That's what I want. Career talk was positive. What are some things coming up or that. You're planning or they like to do in the future. That are the better education so one of the things I'm super excited about. This year is a program that we started that one of our schools specifically designed to support our kids with what we call tier three year time e behavior needs in the past asked we have identified a lot of students that we just know are not successful in the school environment because of the large numbers because of a lack of structure because because teachers don't always truly understand how to work with those students they really struggle and we are constantly giving out suspensions indiscipline. Glenn having meetings about them and everybody's frustrated and I sat in so many means very frustrated because I did have a next step and and I knew there needed to be more but this year we were able to start a behavior program where we specifically take those kids into a one room school essentially with at least four to five staff present at all times where they get very individualized education. They get counseling explain every day. They get family counseling and we really work on the social emotional skills because that's where the core of the problem is we have to address US giving a kid a consequence suspending them as not teaching them a new behavior and so we really have to figure out like why are you behaving saving this way. How can we support housing. You learn a new behavior so that you're successful and so far we've been able to get four kids in the program this year and it's amazing to see these kids that just like two weeks ago were causing havoc in a school setting and who who saddened the meeting saying. I'm not going to this program show up everyday to this program and and actually one of them called one staff the other day. Thank you for believing in and they're they're still difficult. It's they're not perfect. It's going to take us a long time but they're finally in a setting where they can actually grow and that's been just it's made my day. That's what a month the students among like with the new new coming generation. What do you see them. What do you see from them. You think needs to change in the school system because we have to really has to dabble time aw whether you think that kids coming honestly and maybe again because nine kind of very much in my world sometimes. I don't see all the positive things that education that are happening. It's scary to me to see my students and kind of the direction that they're going it. It breaks my heart and that's back more depressing. oh. I see a population or a generation of kids stats have very little soft control that are very involved at obsessed with social media. I think is almost destroying a lot of our kids and I see a lot of kids that don't have the ability to look further other than a given moment so you can't talk to a kid about houses specific incident or moment is going to affect their future or their college because that's the Democrat is so far away or soon unattainable. They're so focused on the here and now what's happening that they the long term goals just doesn't exist for that and it's hard to get through to them but that because it just seems Tampa so with the school system how scenes I is this something that is just broken that we can fix or do you. Thanks reconsider how we think we have to reconsider. How would you like you said the generation different kids. Don't learn by sitting sitting down and reading a book anymore. As especially with our population where reading itself is a challenge they really can't sit down down and read a book and they're not going to sit and listen to supplement our kids have to be up and moving and engaging and we have to look at different types of teaching now and and I think we also need to go back to some of the vocational stuff. I think we need to go back to some four things. We're such a heavy push on testing and there's such a heavy push on academics. All the time and teachers are expected to meet certain standards that we've loss the creativity in education and I think that that and that was one of the reasons I had to get out of the classroom itself is I no longer felt like it could be creative and be myself and there's just so much pressure to meet certain standards tolls and have a certain score on a rubric and that doesn't benefit anybody so it. It needs to be change. It needs to be revamped if I could shutdown America for a whole year and just let's say let's dig into the system and Redo it I would. That's awesome because that leads me to my next question. If if I could give you a magic wand and you could give yourself as much money as you needed as much staff. What do we really need if you had have you voted change what kind of changes we need to completely restructure how we design and staff schools we need to like you. We were talking about earlier. Get more counselors in social workers. We need more behavior therapists in there. We need a lot more teacher so he makes these classrooms smaller classroom sizes of thirty thirty five or not conducive to students that what are three four five six grade levels behind and I think just as a whole as a nation our priorities priorities are so much more on entertainment and sports and and we put so much value into all of that and we're not putting the value in the education system. I mean when you look other countries in how they handle education. Teachers are paid much better. Teachers are held to a higher standard in terms like there. There's not you can't did you teach that whole same those who can't teach I mean teaching is a valued career and then lost my train of thought but yeah we need to put more value than it because we don't as a society right now. It's not the priority of these you know. Just keep a feel. I keep seeing things in schools. I keep thinking about it and one thing that really concerned with is social media. Eh really shocking much that really impacts younger kids young people and how I sir violent acts or taking vile acts on themselves crazy our kids have become very noun and nonchalant on Chalan towards social media. I mean they will post anything they will come into anything they laugh at anything it just the the moral compass seems to be disappearing which is scary. It should not be We have so many fights that stem I'm from social media so much bullying that happens on social media and our kids are so dependent and so so obsessed with it that we get into arguments and not visible buys but like trying to take a phone from a student students can be the biggest task all day long just because they will fight you for it. They will walk out of a costume. They will walk out of school. They will refuse used to give all of our phone and they won't put it away. It's just this need for them. Have the spell I I'd like to think that we're going to head in the right direction someday so that's why I'm gonNA keep doing but I am super thankful. We have people like you that are in the all system actually care because I think that's a big piece of the two I think that the teachers and the people that we put in the position or be allowed to be in the position to teach children. They need to actually care right right and I don't think it's fair where we pay them not only do they need to care but they need to be paid adequately so they're they're gonna be there for the long yes there are bad situations and when there are kids that are struggling instead of just writing it off and the reality is you no we don't just teach at school we we come home and we do more work and then on top of that the burden of seem students in this situation scene where they're coming from that that takes the odd one deputy in the teaching career to. I mean some suit. Some teachers just can't handle the emotional stress that it causes them. It's there's a lot that needs to change in education right now. So I really appreciate you spending spending time to talk to me about this. Thank you yes. I'm excited. I'm always happy to get on my soapbox in think it's an important to zoo. We're GONNA believe you on again for something else. Louise's I've got some ideas about what I want to talk to you about but one last shameless plug people are interested in your yes. I want to support you. Yes them would find you so you can find me on taste book at J Hubbard Twenty One. That's J. H. U. B. B. A. R. D. Like old mother. Hubbard's covered and you can send me a message on that or you can find me on facebook. Jessica hovered and sheet many questions about my boxing program. I'm always looking for people that want to support it. Sponsor share air about it volunteer for it. It's rowing project and as being it's going to be really really impactful in the lives of many children. I do too and I think what I hope. Is that anybody listening to this. This inspire somebody else somewhere else do due to south what it's GonNa take. More people like Jessica do important just one place so thank you again and this is the end end. Thanks for listening guys..
"hubbard" Discussed on Citation Needed
"At the sky. What's next fail? Ron Tom what isn't in April of nineteen forty nine Hubbard began attempting to sell this shit stream of nonsense that would eventually become Dianetics writing several professional medical organizations to offer what he called his research, but of course, the random musings of a chronic failure are not research. Correct. Tom. That's a blog. Not in front of the cult. So he was rejected by everyone. And so he called his science fiction editor for help Campbell a sucker for new age, mumbo, jumbo cyanic bullshit, set Hubbard and Sara up with a place to live and along with a friend named Joseph winter. They began to test Hubbard's therapy techniques on science fiction fans recruited by Campbell and this is where the basic principles of Dianetics really began to take shape thus marking the most disappointing thing to come out of the science fiction genre until the Phantom Menace. Hubbard believed that half of your brain fucking perfect. It recorded in catalog never event and moment of your life, and all of your past lives, too. And that set of your brain could do. No wrong was basically just like doing Ritalin and coke. And Molly all the time, just high-octane performance, always, so remember kids, if you want your brain, working optimally citation needed recommends Ritalin, cocaine and MD constantly. At least two of us do, I promise you that? Saying it wouldn't work. All right. I, I need you to say it wouldn't work. Jordy. All right. But all that sounds great. But that is only half of your brain the other half was the reactive side of your brain. And that side asides a real peace ish. Get that site is why sometimes you try to sleep instead, you remember that time. You puked shit yourself simultaneous. Painting yourself Dianetics you had to recall, the root memory that was causing you the neuro SIS and through a process called auditing those bad memories or end grams could be robbed of their power, and thus you'd be made clear. So basically, what he did is he renamed some of the basic principles of talk therapy. And then you repackage them, but also claimed that those who were clear would be free of illness, as all nece was psychosomatic and this process could improve your accu-, cure, asthma Alzheimer's, the common, cold, you name it. All right. He might as well. Have called it on. Ally yourself in twelve easy. Let's be clear, 'cause he added abates L Ron Hubbard so he took something that existed in added a bunch of fucking insane. Like he says, like most of those psychoses come from memories you formed. Well, a fetus. Nothing. If not originally. Dinah was launched in may of nineteen fifty and it was a fucking immediate success. Lot minutes sold a lot of books nobody ever thought of thought so hard that they cared their asthma. Okay. Fair success that way. Anyway, by August Hubbard sold fifty five thousand copies of Dianetics despite the press the scientific and medical communities, all panning this fucking thing really hard scientific American wrote that in it were quote, more promises, unless evidence per page than any publication since the invention of writing. The new Republic called Dianetics, quote, a bold, and immodest mixture of complete nonsense, and perfectly reasonable commonsense, take it from long acknowledged findings and disguised and distorted by a crazy newly invented terminology. I loved it a book written entirely in gibberish is somehow supposed to lead you to clarity. Honestly, that's summary by the new Republic could replace like nine tenths of any bookstore self-help section. We'd say everyone. On just get a sticker. Nonetheless, the book found in each and the money began a flow in you see auditing wasn't free, and it wasn't fucking cheap auditor courses could cost upwards of five hundred dollars in short order Hubbard's fortune, was made at quickly, however, doubts about this nonsense emerged and Hubbard lost much of his credibility when in front of an audience of six thousand people, a demonstration of the power of the clear failed in grand fashion, supposedly clear, Sonya Bianca, who was supposed to have perfect recall failed in front of everyone to remember, a single physics formula despite majoring in the subject, and failed to remember the color of Hubbard's tie when he turned his back. Much of the audience turned, there's and walked out. No hawks tres testable claims are not your friend. Better than we didn't end. That's fair. All right. L Hubbard also began losing control of dynamics within its own community. So practitioners began combining Hubbard's ideas with a call to Nestle teric practices, and the organization was now in financial ruin as was Hubbard's marriage to Sarah. Oh, it started so strong. Hubbard he begun having an affair with a twenty year old PR assistant and Sarah was off an auditor named Mike Hollister in a fit of pique Hubbard attempted to get the FBI to break them up, turning them in his communist in writing that Sara was quote, currently intimate with communists. But evidently, under coercion drug addiction set in full of nineteen fifty nothing of this known to me until a few weeks ago, as for Hollister. He was described as having quote, a sharp chin, broad forehead, rather Slavic, unquote. That's that's great. The FBI did not take Hubbard seriously agent, annotated, his correspondence. With the comment appears mental peers. I love it. I love the FBI is like. Shit not want to arrest. People nineteen fifties Komi notes. Like this guy is so bad e can't be can't so someone out as a communist in the nineteen fifties. Without appearing crazy. Fails shit. You can't fail at he's trying to make his living with writing and he writes things so unbelievable that McCarthy's like. Yeah. Yeah. Now hubbard. Kidnapped Sarah, Anne moved or to San Bernardino, where he attempted to have her committed his insane that thankfully, did not work. So he kidnapped their daughter, any fled to Havana, Cuba. Sarah filed for divorce claiming that Hubbard was abusive, but Hubbard had their fucking daughters. So she finally relented and a couple, of course, but only after he made her sign a letter that he wrote absolving him of any wrongdoing to whom it may concern. It's not him. It's me. Also, for whatever it's worth, I think he'd make a great naval office. Life. I made me I mean me. Dianetics is on the brink of utter failure. But it was bailed out by a millionaire believer named Don per cell who agreed to bankroll another dynamics foundation, this partnership failed almost as soon as it began as Hubbard and pursell clashed over the future of dynamics Hubbard established Hubbard college and six weeks later married. In eighteen year old staff member they marry sue whip she would give birth to his second daughter days, mocking up ball, gag the second. Hubbard college pretty much immediately failed in Hubbard and Mary, sue moved to Phoenix. Where Hubbard established the Hubbard association of Scientologists international to promote the quote science of certainty is this guy is such a failure that he can barely find a way to cash in on already having been successful in have. Have. I run for president fuck so Scientology was created because hovered had uncovered new research that research being that he was going to have to get into the religion business, if he wanted to make some real money so he moved from self help to spirituality. All right now, we're not gonna get too deep into the weeds on Scientology was sticking mostly to L rod, but Scientology taught that quote the true self of a person was a faint, an immortal. I'm Nishit and potentially nip entity Fagan's, having created the material universe had forgotten their God like powers and become trapped in their physical bodies and Scientology aim to rehabilitate each person's self to restore its original capacities, and become once again and operating thing. A Hubbard insisted humanity was imperilled by the forces of aberration, which result of end grams carried by immoral feigns for billions of years audience, if you were smart use zoned out at Scientology taught. Yeah. Place. Yeah. Now hundred also introduced the emir at this point in an attempt to make Scientology seem more credible. I guess great job with that, right? Because when I think, either, I think credibility. All right now, the Eam eater is basically one third of a lie detector, which means it's one third as useful as something already completely fucking useless. The idea is that when you're being audited, you hold these big stupid metal cans, and meter bounces around. Detecting changes in the mass of your thoughts. What else let's not a metaphor, literal mass. Way auditors believe that they can tell if you're bullshitting, if there's more to the story than you're letting thought so be heavier. More. Hubbard also famously connected as stupid fucking immed-, or to a tomato claim the tomatoes screamed when you slice them. Don't have mass and the whole fucking ideas. Pa-past. Okay. Tomato is basically a juicy bagasse seats. Okay. Fucking purpose of tomato is to get the seeds outside of the fucking bag by opening. I don't disagree. But I love that. That's where you draw the line. She's. Become ridiculous. You know, that whole tomatoes stunt with somebody like fucking needle just bounces around no matter what you hope. And he was like, no. Oh fuck I guess that tomato. Shit happen when it was a kid prove it to you by hooking it up. Okay. Now virtually Hubbard Inc Scientology church. And now the Scientology franchises were branches of that church by nineteen fifty seven Hubbard was making the equivalent of two point two million dollars a year. Coli shitty was right in two hundred and twenty million words. I'm sorry, Tom. You said he made two point two million dollars a year. Okay. So here's the thing about feedings. It's not gonna happen. Anyway. Not, not if we don't try it won't have. Worth a try. Right. So for its part, the US government started to catch on this wasn't so much as a religion as it was a get very, very rich quick scheme. The FBI was keeping tabs on Hubbard and Scientology as many local police jurisdictions the IRS reversed. The tax exempt status of Scientology, noting that vast amounts of money were feeding not into the church and the community but to Hubbard himself and the FDA took issue with the false medical claims of Scientology, including seizing pills that were being sold as cures for radiation and requiring that they'd be labeled as utterly fucking worthless. He says, yeah, but Peter Popoff can say you get out of debt. Holy water as long as it's a magic. We allow we're good. We're good. Pop off hands the water to a Muslim person, and it's bullshit. You're under. It's a seeking to find a safe haven from both prosecution and persecution. Hubbard started the sea org. This is a fleet of three ships that he filled at the most dedicated Scientologists. He dressed himself in a navy style uniform and adopted language. Entitles borrowed from his navy days. Well, you might not know this boys, but that's just a fucking ruck, you idiot, as sailor lingo.
"hubbard" Discussed on Citation Needed
"The podcast or choose a subject single article about Wikipedia and pretend. We are experts because the internet, and that's how it works. Now, I'm C so and I'll be running this group audit without proper accounting credentials. But I won't be the only fate in from the mean streets of T Jack to get blasted audible. Volcano today I up a guy thought an anger him was a mediocre football player. No allusions. But why I okay. And, and my definition exists, there, the tangible win this to also joining me, are two guys that uninstalled their e-mailers because they were afraid it was tracking their data. Tomini lie. Okay. I told you if I can't argue with the Nazi on a piece of technology, I'm not. When I got my hands on a couple of sweet cans, I don't want anyone at all report him. No one needs to track and my business patrons. There's never been a better time to contribute to this. I take action needed legal fund. To learn how to keep our team of lawyers on retainer. Be sure to stick around till the end of the show with that of the way. No tell us what person place thing concept phenomenon or event will we be talking about today. Well, thanks to patron Dan is Rory and thanks might be the wrong word. They're talking about L Ron Hubbard great and Tom, you preemptively throughout all your psychology books, and intimidation of this. You know, man, I like my bookstore elect my porn. So it scratch and sniff pop up or nothing. All right. Who was L Ron Hubbard a ride L? Ron Hubbard was the world's most prolific author. Ooh. I bet as Bush were really good that. And founder of the new wage, self-help, celebrity-obsessed naval theme. The light, it's extra call to sign tired, and we're sued. There was everybody improve all of those words. I'm not sure what's indefensible they're born in nineteen eleven until Nebraska door may a schoolteacher and Harry, Ross Hubbard, naval officer, L Ron Hubbard would emerge from his humble mid western origins to eventually own international floating boat church, and to later dice equestrian hiding in a very nice motor home in California and has absolutely fucking nuts trajectory in life as this may seem the full story of L Ron Hubbard is quite a bit more lunatic than I had a magic before reading. Right. But not more lunatic than he could have imagined. Because your story doesn't have alien volcanoes. Canes are terrestrial aliens in those lying. DC eight. Well the nut they're not their families. Right. I know where to not invent technology. I'll just say everything looked the way now. That's what I just invented. Sheild Hubbard moved around quite a lot is when might expect to the father in the navy moved several times in the states and also over seas and, despite this Hubbard managed to achieve the rank of eagle scout in the voice Scott organization now I only mention this, because this seems to be the only formal accomplishment in his biography that I can find and so it some. Really for real is seem somewhat churlish, not at least throw it in there, but then to be equally fair. He also claimed that he was the youngest person ever to become an eagle scout acclaim, which is nonsensical to make as it would be to test since the scouts don't even track that information new shit. It's like weird flex, but okay. Neil Armstrong Bill Gates L Ron Hubbard they're on a wall together. Hubbard also claimed he spent much of his childhood as a cowboy on his family's ranch, despite the fact that it's family never owned a ranch. He also. That at age four, he became blood brothers with a blackfoot medicine man. What side despite the blackfoot tribes total lack of having any such blood, brother ritual? So that just you should see this child support check he has to right to the entire Niagara Falls area time. L Ron Hubbard Alex Jones before it was cool. That story that I'll Joe's telling about how he's late when he was thirteen. He was banging all the cheerleaders. Yeah. Like Satan stuff. Got my magma all over. Throughout his world travels, young Hubbard drank in the richness and variety of the local peoples and he reveled in their customs in cultures. That's actually not not true at all what he doesn't. How was he remarked in his travel journal regarding his visits to China, and Japan that the goups are lazy and ignorant? She's right so something of a swing and a miss their audience there's quotes around that hurt. Why aditorial Leising Tom what he said? One week. One week off trying to fill each other's stick. It's weird. So something of a swing and miss on the cultural appreciation, front at young age, though, is accounting of that experience was that he spent a year as a neophyte before made into a llama priest. So you can see how he might have confused those of. Variances of his Lama priests mentor is actually kind of famous, maybe heard of them, Al.
"hubbard" Discussed on Behind the Bastards
"And before that happened, he went to Rhodesia and basically promised to put a bunch of money into the local economy, and he wrote a new constitution for them than was meant to trick black people into thinking their votes mattered without actually letting the vote weirdly enough Rhodesia actually kicked him out. They didn't want anything to do with them. Oh, yeah. No, no, it's weird. You expect it to go even worse, but even the country of racists run by racists for racists. And it's still like a major in fire, right? White supremacist talking points today to talk about radio. They didn't want anything to do with outrun Hubbard. So I guess props to Rhodesia. Once he got back from Africa l. Ron Hubbard began to cook up a scheme to escape all his myriad legal troubles. One of his friends were called him saying, you know, John, we've got to do something about all this trouble. We're having with governments. There's a lot of high level research that still has to be done, and I wanna be able to get on with it without constant interference. Do you realize that seventy? Five percent of the earth's surface is completely free from the control of any government. That's where we could be free on the high seas. See back to the mode back to the boats, the high Caesar exactly where L, Ron Hubbard decided to go next quietly carefully. He and his minions embarked upon what he called the c. project. And we're going to hear about that see project on the next episode of behind the bastards. Refueling kaylin I feel great. I feel I, oh, man. I in vigor, am I scenes? Or the really charged up and my in grams or they're, they're disappear granting, oh, there go there, Instagram ING, but they on their way out. What did you have for breakfast and nineteen? Forty two. Because my many past lives, I definitely recall having some hotcakes putt cakes. Yeah, hotcakes well, I don't know what I'm trying to do. Plus you're speaking Instagram. You can follow me on Twitter and that was good. Thank you so much at Caitlyn Dante spelled c. IT l. a. n. you can listen to my podcast right here on how stuff works. It is called the Bechtel cast, and we talk about the portrayal of women in movies and yeah, follow us there at Bechtel Caspi he HDA. Oh, speaking of the portrayal of women in movies by Twitter is I right? Okay. You can find this podcast online at buying the best dot com. You can find us on Twitter at at bastards pot, Instagram too. So check us out. If you're an angry scientologist you can yell at me there. I'm sure I got something wrong about your religion because it's silly. That's the only religion. I'll say that about. Oh, I don't even know. No, I'm actually. Cool as hell. Yeah, it's really neat imagery. Sorry, I don't know why I've faked and insulted Zorro Asterix there. I've gone mad bleeding all of this. This is what happens two hours into the Ron Hubbard podcast. We insult Zorro Asterix for no reason, religion that never did anything. Oh, no, you're implicated now, and you're all implicated for listening and be implicated in our part three. Both. Hello friends. I'm Robert Evans, and if you'd like my show behind the bastards then I think you might like dumb people town. It's a story about dumb people about are the world's getting them every day and you know, stuff like burglars getting on board spaceships threesomes on public patio decks door to door, meat salesmen, crazy stuff like that. It's hosted by the Sklar brothers, Jason, and Randy Sklar along with a comedian. Daniel van Kirk who was on my show for the Hitler and the Nazis episode. So check out dumb people town. It's on itunes, Stitcher tune in Spotify wherever you listen to podcasts.
"hubbard" Discussed on Behind the Bastards
"He called the FBI to claim that miles Hollister the man. His wife was having an affair with was a communist as well as armed and dangerous. He made several calls in reports to the FBI trying to get them to murder his wife's new lover by claiming he was an armed and dangerous. Communist. Next L Ron Hubbard mill and his baby flew to Havana Cuba upward, put the baby in the care of two Jamaican women as soon as they arrived. We're also strange strangers strangers not with anybody who cares about it. No, no, no, no, no, no. It'll run Hubbard's not gonna spend any time with his baby. He spent the time in Cuba writing the draft of a sequel to his book on Dianetics and drinking huge quantities of rum. So he couldn't be taken care of baby then. No, he's to drink for several weeks straight and write a terrible book. Sarah did eventually file a writ with the a. superior court in the news picked up the exciting story that the founder of America's newest coat, psychological, fad, whatever had abducted his own child as a result around Hubbard had to write in letter to his. Estranged wife. So I'm going to read you that letter. Now this is to Sarah this to Sarah time, dear. Sarah, I've been in a Cuban military hospital, and I am being transferred to the United States next week as it classified scientists, immune from interference of all kinds. The white will be hospitalized. Probably a longtime. Alexis has getting excellent care. I see her every day. She is all I have to live for my wits never gave way under all you did and let them do, but my body didn't stand up. My right side is paralyzed and getting more. So I hope my heart lasts. I may live a long time and again, I may not, but Dianetics will last ten thousand years for the army and navy habit. Now my will is all changed. Alexis. We'll get a fortune unless she goes to you as she would then get nothing hope to see you once more goodbye. I love you Ron. More truth. Yeah, no. The truth, Alexis, his daughter who he's not taking care of an instant drinking rum. Yes. And we'll later deny is his child and tells her when she comes to him in adult that she was the illegitimate child of his wife and okay, I was gonna ask about because he has kids from his first marriage, Paula. Five or six kids. Wow. Yeah. One of them nibs I think was his nickname was with the coat for a while and then left changes last name to DeWolf. Hubbard's nephew, Jamie DeWolf does a lot of, I think he's like a motivational speaker and stuff. So number of his kids have become big anti Scientology, sort of voices. He didn't spend any time with them. So how could they have one of his kids committed suicide? Yeah, at least one. So Sarah filed for divorce in the court documents. She filed revealed horrific details from inside their relationship. According to her, at one point, Ronn told her they couldn't get a divorce because it would be bad for his reputation. She says that he told her, basically, you'll kill yourself. If you really love me because we can't get divorced because it's the fifties. She's, she also says that he regularly strangled her. She believed that he was insane and needed to be locked up in a mental asylum. Obviously she has a bias, but it's really hard to disagree with that statement. What a different world it would be. If somebody had given L Ron Hubbard the help he so desperately needed. Now, Hubbard flew back from Cuba around this time. He wound up living with a millionaire Dianetics enthusiasts named pursell who'd gotten rich through something else and just love Dianetics Bersell wound up, essentially taking over the business operations of Dianetics for awhile and fixing everything. Unfunny all the damage Hubbard had done to the structure of atomic profitable and for a while, Wichita Kansas becomes the the center of Dianetics research. Yeah, Wichita. So they're doing research? Not really. Yeah. Yes, yeah. I mean, no rights, a bunch of books about Dianetics try to sell them to people, teach classes, but now I'm only doing much real research when Sarah found out that Hubbard was in Wichita. She filed a petition asking to have his assets in Los Angeles placed into receivership. Hubbard responded by sending a letter to the department of Justice. He described himself as basically a scientist..
"hubbard" Discussed on Behind the Bastards
"So once his wife was subdued in the back of the car, they drove to San Bernardino to try and find a midnight doctor who would declare Sarah legally insane. Unfortunately, and kind of shockingly he couldn't find one. Oh, which I think you probably would be able to find a doctor willing to do that in LA now. Yeah. If you had l. Ron Hubbard money, right? Apparently you couldn't back then that's encouraged kudos nineteen fifties, San Bernardino. Psychiatrists. You get a clear pass from behind the bastards eventually. He promised to tell his wife where she could find their daughter. If she signed a piece of paper claiming he had an abducted her just then. Wow. This guy, I'm starting to like him. It's just so consistent. Yeah, like it's just so shockingly consistently terrible. I'll tell you where our kid daughter is if you agree not to tell anyone that I just kidnapped you and strangled, you Claire. Claire, you insane. I mean, I gotta say nine hundred fifty one strangling probably wouldn't have got him in a much trouble. Probably it. It didn't. Sure. Didn't. He let her go after she signed the paper. But when she went to go find their baby Hubbard at already had the child moved. In fact, he'd hired a couple who were against strangers to drive the baby across the country. The baby's just an afterthought and no point is he focused on this kid. You couldn't matter less to him. Sarah Hubbard filed a kidnapping complaint with the LAPD, but they assume this was just a domestic dispute and decided not to get in the middle of things. So the LAPD hitting it out of the park in nineteen fifty one. Yeah, you guys don't get a pass psychiatrists of San Bernardino. Cool with you. Fuck the LAPD in nineteen fifty one LAPD today. If you want to sponsor the show, we can talk about it. In the meantime, while Sarah was trying to file a kidnapping complaint, L Ron Hubbard found a psychiatrist who was willing to diagnose him sane, which he had done just sort of a precautionary measure according to one of the men who helped and do all this Dianetics with the last name of de mille quote, he and I, I went to a psychiatrist who didn't like the smell of it. He obviously thought he was being manipulated. So we just paid him ten dollars in left. Then we went to a prominent diagnostic psychologist of that era who did some protective testing on Hubbard and produced an upbeat harmless report saying he was a creative individual upset by family problems and dissension and it was depressing his work and so forth. It was very bland, but Hubbard was delighted with it. The main value of it to him was that it didn't say he was crazy. So he could claim had been given a clean Bill of health by the psychiatric profession..
"hubbard" Discussed on Behind the Bastards
"Ron Hubbard would not have enjoyed the flavorful taste of Doritos. If if the torito's people get in touch with us, is that good? Okay. Let's get back to the story. So when we last left on Hubbard, he'd broken things off with his wife and his his mistress any it's nineteen fifty one. He tried to drug his followers, but it hasn't worked very well and later in nineteen fifty one, the New Jersey board of medical examiners started what would become a decades, long pattern of state, national agencies investigating l. Ron Hubbard activities. They accused his facility and Elizabeth of teaching medicine without a license, and they brought a suit against him in response Hubbard closed up shop because he knew he was going to lose any sort of legal battle because he was one hundred percent teaching medicine without a license and they left New Jersey. Everything he owned was shoved into the back of a black limousine and they drove to Los Angeles. Oddly enough, Greg Hemingway, youngest son of Ernest Hemingway was one of the Dianetics to pack. L. Ron Hubbard stuff, Greg, Greg, giving way she, it's weird because Ernest Hemingway sounds like an author name. It just has that probably because way, but it's still has Greg, right as a father. You're really sabotaging your kid from following in your footsteps by Gregory. I mean, you need more than one syllable. Even Gregory I, I'd never read a book from Gregory. That's such an untrustworthy name. No, I wouldn't. Yeah, Michael. There's a book name I'll come on. That's just too generic. Sorry for all you Michael's out there wanna generic first name and then exciting. Last name will like Michael Crichton. Michael Crichton. There you go. Exactly the most trustworthy writer? Yes. All of this. He didn't turn out to be crazy or anything. You know what? I'll forgive everything. He did after Jurassic Park because of Jurassic. But yeah, that was a who that is bad. A descent as this cheesy SCI fi author pretty rough in case you don't know Michael Crichton spent his later years writing a whole book about how global warming was ally and also writing one of the critics who badly reviewed his books into one of his novels as a pedophile and describing the critics, small penis. Michael crichton. Classy fella. Boy. Okay. So the marriage of l. Ron Hubbard and Sara Northrup fell apart as he was fleeing New Jersey. He knew that there was going to be divorce in since he was now quite wealthy. There was a lot of money at stake in order to secure more favorable divorce terms. What do you think l. Ron Hubbard did in order to ensure that he would have the upper hand in the coming divorce battle is not known for lying. So I don't imagine he did anything dishonest. So I would guess that you know, he just parted with half of his money and assets amicably. No. Oh, shoot fun fact. He kidnapped his daughter, Alexis and took her to Cuba. Yes, clear. Oh boy. Well, he didn't immediately take her to Cuba I, he kidnapped her and paid a random nurse to take care of her for a month, and then kidnapped his wife wants. The baby was are taking care of the in two of his followers kidnapped his wife physically forced her into the vehicle according to bare faced messiah, the grabbed her by each arm. One of them clamped a hand over her mouth and they bustled her out of the house across the sidewalk and into the back of the car, which drove off at speed. Sarah fought like a cat in the back of the car, screaming and shouting at Hubbard, who in turn was shouting at her. At one point when the car stopped at traffic lights, she tried to leap out and thereafter Hubbard gripped her around the neck and a stranglehold while the argument continues. Yeah, okay. Feminist icon run over kidnapped his life. This is why I say it's shocking that I can't find any evidence of being a child molester right? Because it's really seems like he runs. He would have been molesting skits like. Oh, but okay. I guess it's still piece shit monster..
"hubbard" Discussed on The B2B Revenue Leadership Show
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