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"ivan  dead" Discussed on Pop Culture Leftovers

Pop Culture Leftovers

04:48 min | 3 weeks ago

"ivan dead" Discussed on Pop Culture Leftovers

"And i'm glad that up because then leader when he's like talking through the program he has this line about. You know i take all of these girls like these they would throw away. That are just garbage. I turn them into these beautiful widows. So then i was like really confused by that so then so wait. Was she chosen or was she just chose it because she was available like that. Just kinda confuse me. Like i think she was. I think i think the parents were bought off and it was like it was like we're taking her. They were bought off and her mom just wouldn't let it go. There is no mount of money that her mom was willing to settle on to take her child. We don't know the story there like it could have been like this. She could have been a miracle baby for this couple like they have been trying to get pregnant for years and they finally get their daughter and then she's taken from them and the mother can't let it go. It makes me wonder like could we ever see like in a future. Movie could ewelina that we've got the month we've got the name of the father. I'm led to believe that the dad die. I think that ivan's dead but later on down the road..

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"ivan  dead" Discussed on Capes and Lunatics

Capes and Lunatics

07:14 min | Last month

"ivan dead" Discussed on Capes and Lunatics

"Would have it. Bobby and And warren worthington are there abscesses. Axes really cool. He got bobby it up with a with a scholarship so he can afford it but you know. They're both missing the old days of being superheroes with the x. Man you know as you do and all of a sudden a hole in space opens up a bunch of harpies come out looking for. They gave us venus the goddess of love. And you know they they get into their superhero bits. Who on their attack. Meanwhile at the same time who should be applying for position as a russian a little A little you know traditional black widow outfit the black leather though here. She's got the skirt and we actually see that the skirt just flips out and she because she's wearing her uniform but it just it's one of these items where you just have a couple of accessories turn into civilian clothes. But it's always there and here. She is with ivan. This is ivan ivan dead in the last one. so that couldn't have been that can't be ivan banco but some other ivan that she's been friends with and she's working to get a job as a russian teacher but the humanities teacher of course i attacked amazon's as you do And here there. We go Victoria star is secretly the goddess venus. He's a humanities teacher at ucla and fight fight fight she in venus escape then. Of course johnny. Blaze comes in because sure why not and he has to fight. Apparently cerberus is a shape shifter us. It's not a good picture of him. 'cause she comes off any looks like your basic jack kirby or th world kind of character and then he turns into a dog but not a three headed dog. So i really don't know who is doing. The research answer is here And basic me. All story plays out hercules circuit as you. Do you know who wouldn't want a guy to talk about the power of miss. Who actually is a mess. You know this joseph. Joseph campbell was on the lecture circuit too so it makes sense. He gets attacked by the mutates. Who will one day take over the earth day. Say future men of some sort. I just wanted. Sit for a lecturer. You know probably what. Like an hour or more lecture by hercules gin and you know and then we got drunk is what that lecture would be. What actually he was a little. There's a little referencing here Where the The agent for the lecture circuit is talking about it. Has he been in the last guy. I booked some some mop top new york city artists type who writes books about About some barbarian named co. oh then they get interrupted by mutates. So i think that is a reference to ever was working on conan at the time which was a marvel property for those. You don't remember anyways so yada yada yada fight fight fight. We get to the very end and love words out fitness and that he refuses to wear masks. Because he's you know. I gotta tell you. When you see these pictures of of warren and bobby next to each other say will in the future. One of these churches will be gay can clean comics. Well you know. Hey this i'm just saying you can't always judge a book by its cover is a rich fancy man okay. He is very much a fancy man. And then we see that the real villain of the piece is pluto who is marrying aries and aries. Venus and hip a lighter to hercules. 'cause that's their plan and then we find out in the other one that basically. What it is is the plan which i didn't get the chance to finish. The plan was that pluto has united with the other gods of the dead across many pantheon's and they're you know either they're gonna all storm on olympic unless they make this piece so it gets crazy and those were the black widow books. I read and i enjoyed them. It's a nice look at the character Especially in trying to work through who. She is at the beginning where she is. Just you know another as you say. Borisovna sends a towel. But also. I think that it's very quickly. Make her the brains of the outfit. And she's always you know even when she seems passive. She's very much a protagonist in her passivity where she is directing where she's going on. What's happening in the story. So he's a leader the leader of the vendors later on but again. It's not hard to be. A leader of a group has a hercules johnny blaze. Yeah i'm a little upset. That venus isn't one of the members of that because as you know really loved reading the book but you know. I'm waiting for them. I was hoping reference to her time as rena if they were gonna titles together because like manically venus and aphrodite the rt different people now in the model but at the time there was this idea that they were the same character. So it's interesting. I'm kind of fascinated to see where this story goes. Just because i want to see more of venus and how it might tight back to that classic fifties seniors aright You wanna throw something out your muted. We can talk about kind of stand order. I guess we can talk about of injuries issues. be one in forty where she kinda becomes the a member of their ventures but that particular era of the vendors if you go all the way back to i guess twenty nine. They were really obsessed with mike redeeming people so he had redeeming hawkeye. Quicksilver started wedge than black widow also comes into the fold so that particular run is very interesting with what they were trying to do and they did kind of flesh out scarlet of black widow like really see where they're going to save the foundation for people to be interested and later on you know get to work with Gets beyond the double burden. That foundation comes from. Yeah i mean. I thought it would have been interesting if you know when they did that. For some of captain america hawkeye's scarlet witch and quicksilver. If they had brought in like black widow to be like the fifth. I mean those are pretty small.

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"ivan  dead" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

10:48 min | 1 year ago

"ivan dead" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

"And we're back so. So no officially. There's no reason for us to look into this for stuff. They don't want you to know. Because the FBI has an official conclusion, right nothing I trust more than an official F.. B. I. Inclusion. Ben Let me tell you so yeah, it's true today. The FBI's official position is that Dr Bruce Ivins was alone Wolf Acted without any influence outside of his own troubled mind, and he executed these anthrax attacks alone, and there are some things that check out here. He had the know how he had the access. He had the opportunity to do these things, but he never confessed and to boot. He's not imprison Dr Bruce Ivins took his own life. He was discovered on July twenty, seventh, two, thousand, eight unconscious in his home. And taken to the hospital he had overdosed apparently on tylenol three things what it's called. It's a combination of tylenol encoding that you'd get for a toothache or a minor surgery, but taken in large doses. It's actually the tylenol kills you. Yeah, Yup! He died Frederick Memorial Hospital on July twenty ninth. Two Thousand Eight. The FBI had found their bad guy. They would never have to investigate further. The they established to their. You know to their satisfaction the time line. They established that he did as you said the expertise of the established that he did have the opportunity. Do want to note by the way there was no official autopsy. There's not one. Not One on the record. Because again, there's this pressure. We gotta close the case Guinot. It's something that's very familiar to fans of shows like the wire. The, FBI Found Guy, but their guy didn't have a day in court now with Ivan's dead. The FBI would never have to prove their case to a jury and we're GONNA get into. You know what their case was. as as we progress with this episode, but what if Ben? What F, the officials story kind of peters out and oh eight. What if another story begins? because the case against Bruce ivins isn't nearly as ironclad as the news media and the press conferences and briefings from the FBI would have had viewers, and citizens of the United States believe. you see? One thing that was missing from the FBI's case one of several ethics. Was a real motive, there wasn't one establish, and this means that. In the almost a decade. Between win. These attacks occurred and when this podcast publishes. Theories have proliferated speculation thrives even now about what actually happened the big question, the big? What if here is what if after millions of dollars and thousands of hours? The? FBI nailed the wrong man. Here's where it gets crazy. No, let's. Motivation right. I love that you pointed out the the flamboyant thing, but the F. B. I didn't ever have like a clear discernible reason. And another thing we we know from like murder shows you know some murderers don't have to have a motive. It's not like a requirement, but with such an analytical guy like this in such, a pointed targeted attack. Motive. I would like to hear a little bit more about a motive. You know what I mean like I mean. These were very specific. Individuals politicians. News outlets at these letters were sent to seemingly for what you know. We really just don't have the guy just crack, and if so, why such a specific targeted and pointed attack again we're not owed a motive. It's not A. A necessity to you know convict somebody of a crime. The possible motivations like the idea that he mailed anthrax NBC's a way of punishing them for a journalist. Gary Matsumoto's work on his lab. That fell apart because Matsumoto worked. At ABC NBC He had written some not very flattering stories about some of some of Ivan's Research Ben's now right. Yeah, yeah, that's correct e he did. Did an investigation into. The actual lap that. Dr. Bruce Ivins was working at. But Again he worked for ABC not. NBC's so that that motivation add up because if Ivan's did this, he would've at least been aware of which news organization. This journalist was working for at the time. Additionally Dr Ivan's passed a lie detector test polygraph polygraphs. We should mention here Brain stuff episode about this I. Think they're not scientifically sound, but it is rare for a guilty person to pass a lie detector test usually unless you know a few handy tricks your. They are really quick. Not Saying that you should ever lie on a polygraph, but if you want to pass a polygraph test again, because they are not scientifically sound, you can employ any number of tricks including doing some things to mess with your own body temperature such as meditation. ETC, you can. This is fairly explicit, but back in the day people used to just really flex their muscle for an extended amount of time. That will do it. You can put thumb tacks in your palm or in your shoe. Of course they're. They're number ways invalidate it because it's all about sort of messing with that base level that baseline right and then you know, because what's the polygraph? If not just kind of a slightly know more complex like stress tests, so if you can establish a baseline that thumb tack in Your Palm, that's you know sort of an elevated baseline. Then everything else can kind of be affected by that absolutely and we also know that. During the investigation, even right after the conclusion of the investigation and right after it was reexamined I in two thousand eight than in two thousand eleven. A lot of people people in power. Some like victims of these attacks did not believe the FBI's conclusion they. They thought it didn't add up. Yeah, even Senator, Patrick Layhee who you'll remember was the target of one of the attacks testify that he did not believe that. Ivan's acted alone. Though Senator Daschle, who was the other political target did did not agree with that assessment so in two thousand eight FBI director Robert Muller figured okay. If doubt, you know, that's being publicly stated, let's get to the bottom of this. And he called for an independent review of the investigation by the National Academy of Sciences. And that review found that. Prosecutors had largely overstated the case in the certainty of their findings members of that committee said that there were some newly available methods for testing these these samples of of anthrax to prove the FBI's case much more definitively, or lead to some other suspects, but. they were not interested in exploring such Such tests They relied on some. I believe it was a sort of a fingerprint to trace it back to what they refer to. As a flask of anthrax that Ivins had control over, and it's it has a coded kind of ID that I I'm I'm having a hard time finding right now, but it's like two letters a dash in three numbers, and the technique involved tracing these particular mutations that they could you now kind of matchup with the with the actual the flask that where it originated, and apparently they tested more than a thousand samples throughout this investigation, and only eight of them had tested positive for four of these mutations found in. In the germs that were sent to Congress and the news media so they're. This caused an issue. Even in the early stages of the investigation, there was a group of scientists known as the red team that said the FBI should do more basic research into why those mutations might have arisen that it wasn't a foregone conclusion that just because the mutations existed that they necessarily were traced back to that original flask and that this woman named Jennifer Smith who is a senior manager at the FBI is lab She expressed US concerns and didn't feel at the FBI had kind of full understanding of how these mutations might have. Arisen and how this would be seen by a judge, and how it could potentially be thrown out entirely rights rights. The this science is vital here that specific. Let's say brand or type of Anthrax Flask R. M. Are ten twenty nine. The reason we know this is because. Everything is should be obsessively documented in the in the field of biohazard, research or bio weapons right if you are working. In the lab or situation that Dr Ivan's was working at the time your interactions with every single version of every single contagion. Pass to be documented right so that we know looking at the records. We know every time the guy was in his lab. We know that his time in the lab. On weekends and nights accelerated. Right was spending a lotta time there before the attacks occurred and we should know. Everything that guy touched, but even now even in twenty twenty. Just just like the experts. You mentioned earlier all..

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"ivan  dead" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

09:18 min | 1 year ago

"ivan dead" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

"And we're back so so no officially. There's no reason for us to look into this For stuff they don't want you to know because the FBI has an official conclusion right. Nothing I trust more than an official F. B. I. Inclusion Ben. Let me tell you So yeah it's true today. The FBI's official position is that Dr Bruce Ivins was alone. Wolf acted without any influence outside of his own troubled mind And he executed these anthrax attacks alone and there are some things that check out here. He had the know how he had the access. He had the opportunity to do these things but he never confessed and to boot. He's not imprison. Dr Bruce. Ivins took his own life. He was discovered on July twenty seventh. Two Thousand Eight unconscious in his home and taken to the hospital. He had Overdosed apparently on Tylenol three things what it's called. It's a combination of tylenol. Encoding that you'd get for a toothache or a minor surgery but taken in large doses. It's actually the TYLENOL kills you? Yeah Yup he died Frederick Memorial Hospital on July twenty ninth two thousand eight the FBI had found their bad guy. They would never have to investigate further the they established to their to their satisfaction. The time line. They established that he did as you said the expertise of the established that he did have the opportunity. Do want to note by the way. There was no official autopsy. There's not one not one on the record because again. There's this pressure we gotta close the case. Guinot it's something that's very familiar to fans of shows like the wire the FBI found their guy but their guy didn't have a day in court now with Ivan's dead the FBI would never have to prove their case to a jury and we're GonNa get into you know what their case was As as we progress with this episode. But what if Ben what f the officials story kind of peters out and oh eight. What if another story begins Because the case against Bruce ivins isn't nearly as ironclad as the news media and the press conferences and briefings from the FBI would have had viewers And citizens of the United States believe You see one thing that was missing from the FBI's case. One of several ethics was a real motive. There wasn't one establish and this means that in the almost a decade between win these attacks occurred and when this podcast publishes theories have proliferated speculation thrives even now about what actually happened the big question the big what if here is what if after millions of dollars and thousands of hours the FBI nailed the wrong man. Here's where it gets crazy. No let's motivation right. I love that you pointed out the the flamboyant thing but the FBI didn't ever have like a clear discernible. Reason and another thing. We we know from Lake. Murder shows. you know. Some murderers don't have to have a motive. It's not like a requirement but with such an analytical guy like this in such a pointed targeted attack motive. I would like to hear a little bit more about a motive. You know what I mean like I mean. These were very specific individuals Politicians news outlets at these Letters were sent to Seemingly for what you know we really just don't have the guy just crack and if so why such a specific targeted and pointed attack again. We're not owed a motive. It's not a necessity to you. Know convict somebody of a crime. The possible motivations like the idea that he mailed anthrax NBC's a way of punishing them for a journalist. Gary Matsumoto's work on his lab that fell apart because Matsumoto worked at ABC NBC He had written some not very flattering stories. About some of some of Ivan's Research Ben's now right. Yeah yeah that's correct e. He did did an investigation into the actual lap. That Dr Bruce Ivins was working at but again he worked for ABC NOT NBC's so that that motivation add up. Because if Ivan's did this he would've at least been aware of which news organization this journalist was working for at the time. Additionally Dr Ivan's passed a lie detector test polygraph polygraphs we should mention here Brain stuff episode about this. I think they're not scientifically sound but it is rare for a guilty person to pass a lie detector test. Usually unless you know a few handy tricks your they are really quick not saying that you should ever lie on a polygraph. But if you want to pass a polygraph test again because they are not scientifically sound. You can employ any number of tricks including doing some things to mess with your own body temperature such as meditation etc you can. This is fairly explicit but back in the day people used to just really flex their muscle for an extended amount of time. That will do it. You can put thumb tacks in your palm or in your shoe of course They're they're number ways invalidate it. Because it's all about sort of messing with that base level that baseline right And then you know because what's the polygraph if not just kind of a slightly know more complex like stress tests so if you can establish a baseline using that thumb tack in Your Palm. That's you know sort of an elevated baseline then everything else can kind of be affected by that absolutely and we also know that during the investigation even right after the conclusion of the investigation and right after it was reexamined. I in two thousand eight than in two thousand eleven. A lot of people people in power some like victims of these attacks did not believe the FBI's conclusion they they thought it didn't add up. Yeah even Senator Patrick. Layhee who you'll remember was the target of one of the attacks. Testify that he did not believe that. Ivan's acted alone though Senator Daschle who was the other political target did did not agree with that assessment So in two thousand eight. Fbi Director Robert Muller figured. Okay if doubt you know. That's being publicly stated. Let's get to the bottom of this and he called for an independent review of the investigation by the National Academy of Sciences and that review found that prosecutors had largely overstated the case in the certainty of their findings Members of that committee said that There were some newly available methods For testing these these samples of of anthrax to prove the FBI's case much more definitively or lead to some other suspects but They were not interested in exploring such Such tests They relied on some. I believe it was a sort of a fingerprint to trace it back to what they refer to as a flask of anthrax that I've had control over and it's it has a coded Kind of ID. That I. I'm I'm having a hard time finding right now. But it's like two letters a dash in three numbers And the technique involved tracing these particular mutations That they could now kind of matchup with the with the actual The flask that where it originated and apparently they tested more than a thousand samples throughout this investigation and only eight of them had tested positive for four of these mutations Found in the germs that were sent to Congress and the news media so They're this caused an issue even in the early stages of the investigation there was a group of scientists known as the red team that said the FBI should do more basic research into why those mutations might have arisen that it wasn't a foregone conclusion that just because the mutations existed that they necessarily were traced back to that original flask And that this.

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"ivan  dead" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"ivan dead" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

"GEICO DOT com slash, give back for more INFO and eligibility. And we're back so. So no officially. There's no reason for us to look into this for stuff. They don't want you to know. Because the FBI has an official conclusion, right nothing I trust more than an official F.. B. I. Inclusion. Ben Let me tell you so yeah, it's true today. The FBI's official position is that Dr Bruce Ivins was alone Wolf Acted without any influence outside of his own troubled mind, and he executed these anthrax attacks alone, and there are some things that check out here. He had the know how he had the access. He had the opportunity to do these things, but he never confessed and to boot. He's not imprison Dr Bruce Ivins took his own life. He was discovered on July twenty, seventh, two, thousand, eight unconscious in his home. And taken to the hospital he had overdosed apparently on tylenol three things what it's called. It's a combination of tylenol encoding that you'd get for a toothache or a minor surgery, but taken in large doses. It's actually the tylenol kills you. Yeah, Yup! He died Frederick Memorial Hospital on July twenty ninth. Two Thousand Eight. The FBI had found their bad guy. They would never have to investigate further. The they established to their. You know to their satisfaction the time line. They established that he did as you said the expertise of the established that he did have the opportunity. Do want to note by the way there was no official autopsy. There's not one. Not One on the record. Because again, there's this pressure. We gotta close the case Guinot. It's something that's very familiar to fans of shows like the wire. The, FBI Found Guy, but their guy didn't have a day in court now with Ivan's dead. The FBI would never have to prove their case to a jury and we're GONNA get into. You know what their case was. as as we progress with this episode, but what if Ben? What F, the officials story kind of peters out and oh eight. What if another story begins? because the case against Bruce ivins isn't nearly as ironclad as the news media and the press conferences and briefings from the FBI would have had viewers, and citizens of the United States believe. you see? One thing that was missing from the FBI's case one of several ethics..

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"ivan  dead" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

08:34 min | 1 year ago

"ivan dead" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"Yeah I ain't man. A motherfucking zero nasty on driving like a new car care. knew she are always be like going out to eat instead of going to the Cavan Avenue. Yes I'll say this kind of black capitalistic behavioral. Okay you got McDonalds money my Nigga. She got one hundred forty five She's been they've been ordered to pay a hundred and forty five thousand dollars out of court settlement. The the cash used in President Sam Ohlund's alongside Scott with locking Matt Griffin who worked with a cash Abbas department at the time after public protests with four other cheerleaders which took place in May two took place in two thousand seventeen. She dropped the lawsuit after sailing with the Georgia Department Administrative Services So I got I got her got her money. A lot of black people who believe in capitalism. I personally wish you stay would have given one or two dollars to every student on campus. Because that's what socialism is guys. Everyone gets two dollars Even though it happened are okay. No Wow okay fine Macaire fine Oh this advocacy role. I give it a zero as well care. I give it as because she gonNa be had all zeroes in her bank account. let's see what else Maryland MOESBY EH speaks of speaks out on the over militarization of police departments. She's a state attorney for Baltimore. State Attorney She spoke out against the criminal. The justice system in a negative impact it had on people call. It is almost like a you can be progressive prosecutor. It's almost as if people I can't wait to see how take her down. In a ration- ambitious in about ten years came to Seattle. Alamo focused flip on her Mobile who has led efforts to write an my one time. Someone got arrested for Jaywalking and in her district. Anna Ena humming. She couldn't stop as clearly. She hates likely will anyway. Let's vote for another white person a person hopefully moby who has led efforts to right around the criminal justice system in Maryland was Bigger University of Baltimore Lower View Forum title four Hundred Years Slavery and criminal justice system. She was bored a a criticism. I of course I've had people of Color in the Baltimore. Sun reported black. People are six times more likely to be arrested and become a part of criminal justice system than white. She admitted She joined other individuals from the lock community who also have a vested interest. In pursuing justice. Moesby spoke candidly about the disparity. In the way the justice system people of color versus out of their white counterparts are treated. She further noted that the community has largely been at the bottom of the totem pole has felt the brunt of the unjust convictions. You have over. You haven't over militarization of police departments all across the country racially unjust application allows against poor black and brown people collateral consequences of those convictions. That have kept black. What can Brown people and community as a second class citizens she said last month according to the Baltimore Sun's she announced that she will be cleaning house by taking by asking the court records throughout how the drought seven hundred ninety criminal cases that were reportedly by twenty-five corrupt cops That's another cost of corrupt cops CBS. People don't talk about zero to protect all police officers make sure that all above reproach and no everquest anything when you do finally say well wait a minute. y'All took some short 'cause I did some things that weren't right. We have to fucking everybody go right now. In seven hundred ninety conventions there are probably some people actually actually days when vein. Yes sir but because of the dirty ass hands of the people who fucking did it. There was not protected or served like you. You got people off the street. Read our innocent. And because you didn't give a fuck how you did it will you also gossipy Wall Street. And we'll probably guilty. Everybody go back into the pool. Everybody back out because we ain't got no time to go through and reach row everybody free. y'All will blame the prosecutor. y'All people will blame the prosecutor. But it ain't in eight to prosecute like like she's doing her job seeking actual Justice Mosey along Baltimore. Public defender Christian Dowd's Democratic Prince. George County State's attorney. I show a brave boy and reinforce deputy director of the university innocent project clinic was featured on a panel collaborative methods or reducing reduced. Mass incarceration out how to reduce mass incarceration So yeah man. I really like her. I don't know what people are going to do to try to make me. Hey or whatever but I don't know I really like her now he's keep going same So I- let's get into some some other stuff Let's do some guess stories guys Was My guest race as music. That's right it's time now that it's time for some that's right. It's time that's right. It's time for gas the race. No one game podcast when we read the plate news from all over the Globe and we get tested today cares and the chat rooms to guests right and of course everyone one plant is whereas all right let's see what these people are up to And Ivan Ivan Ivan Dead Okay. Avondale N'dale Avondale. Anne Arundel woman accused of trying to set her live in boyfriend on fire. Yeah yeah that's good. I guess it unit. Yeah I lie his ASS Yes she set them on fire Kathy at the Elizabeth Jones forty six faces charges of aggravated assault and criminal damage criminal damage. That's the first. I had not tired of that as a chart damage. What are you what are we Oughta Dan? How's now okay? Police say that December eleven. She's spray lighter fluid on a victim and through light live matches on the police report stays. Does she also damaged the front door by slamming hard. She could and attempting to break down the door at the victim reactor out to away police arrival when I got there. They noted the police report Jon Hat bloodshot watery eyes but she told him that is irradiated by the lighter fluid she also also tell police she atkinson is drinks and to mix drinks which he described as strong Gel Style believes she was upset with the victim. Make them because he will not celebrate at. She got hired by subway to support the report also stay she does not remember member. Anything else about the evening does not know how she ended up. Locked out at a restaurant resident I tell you what happened She got this job. She wanted to foot long He. When we didn't give it to whistle she got mad and okay Maybe he didn't feel like it was a great accomplishment to become a sandwich. RT's Jones bail was set of fifteen thousand dollars. She's doing court December. Nineteen Care Guess Rice of Kathy Elizabeth Jones cans going with black. I always feel like listen. You got to celebrate all the winds in your relationship. You know you. I've come home says hey I just got a new job at McDonald's you gotta be able. We got a new job. Well we don't. We must have saucy celebrating night. You know when we got one gas ask chat white. I don't know I think these people are just hours. Okay they scared me wrong. Delay White White and Horny SMIRNOFF and she a nigger black who. I associate divided them on black and white the correct answer the ears care said well you got it wrong. She's why.

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"ivan  dead" Discussed on Mike Drop

Mike Drop

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"ivan dead" Discussed on Mike Drop

"I was crammed in there pretty good yeah yeah i mean should i i was the prizes but but yeah one thing that you mentioned the the morning routine during the season you talk about a hot tub is there like a fucking monster hot tub they're like forty of them like if you're all get that traditional that silver tub warp polls you kind of see and then we've got you know i mean i'd say it's a pretty big hot tub you know pot coal tub and you know later later the season go especially colder and colder gives them for getting friendly in there yeah definitely so especially when you know eight degrees outside it real friendly i i don't don't doubt doubt it that one thing i'm curious of just you know from a as somebody who works out and growing up watching football like always wondered watching some combine stuff what's your your your pr for squat bench and deadliest man it's been a long time since i've really just hit one rep max is you know this morning we had like four sets of to think it was and you know try to stay around four seventy five for squats yeah for squats dead lift ivan dead lifted in no gosh along time do more power cleans things like that but you know the last time i did lifted it was four or five on a trap war then bitch man most of ever done is three seventy five for set of thirty so so i guess would you say in college did you were you more geared towards that type of stuff than your now's more functional now or.

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