13 Burst results for "Jack The Ripper"

"jack ripper" Discussed on Cinemavino

Cinemavino

05:04 min | 2 months ago

"jack ripper" Discussed on Cinemavino

"And welcome back to my vino. Hey, hey, it's good to have you all here. Y'all are beautiful. I was most of you. Most of you are pretty attractive. There's a couple of guys. I'll let you sort out. It's not you. Listener. You're not the one I'm talking about. No. You specifically are beautiful. Yep. We're going to continue our Oscar snubs series. This is part three O four. To qualify and has to be a really good movie that was nominated for zero Academy Awards. Nothing. What qualifies something as a really good movie? That is subjective. Eyeball test? It's kind of like being a go, you know, you have to know it. It's like what you're saying about Firestore movie. It's like, I can't quite pin it down, but I know it when I see it. Yeah. So it's like, you just kind of have a feeling when a movie is going to be like a great movie or a classic or you know, it's kind of like rounders, you know, it tells a poker story so well and it's so distinct in that sense you know it's going to stick around. Especially when Texas hold 'em catches on becomes like a national sport. Yeah. They became really big off rounders. Yeah. And so with zodiac, I feel like true crime is really caught on the last 15 years or so. It had a resurgence. I mean, true crime, I think with the advent of podcasts, I think, true grime is really researched. But it's been around forever. If you think about true crime going back to the days of the 1920s with heists with the celebrities that were around with everything going back then with gangsters. I mean, people have had true crime obsessions forever. Forever. Forever. Yeah. We know about Jack the Ripper because people were obsessed with true crime in that part of time and London. Exactly. I mean, it's like my wife and I toured. We did a Jack the Ripper tour in London. To all the spots that he went and some of his kills, like we went to a bar that he went to. Or her kills, or her, yeah. It could be anybody. It's kind of like the zodiac case. This is definitely still a mystery. It's not, it's Ted Cruz. I'm pretty sure that was settled. Settled law. Stocky widow's peak. I could see it. Looks like shitty Wolverine. Just flaccid dicks come out of his knuckles. That's an image. I can't unsee. Yeah, I'm all very mad. Yeah, don't give him cialis, whatever you do. Talk about cracking your knuckles. Oh, so yeah, during the Jack ripper, it felt like the first true crime tour ever. Turin London is like, this is like the first true crime, like craze, you know?.

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"jack ripper" Discussed on The PoorMansPoetry.com Podcast

The PoorMansPoetry.com Podcast

05:07 min | 9 months ago

"jack ripper" Discussed on The PoorMansPoetry.com Podcast

"Linda lovelace like linda lovelace first. Let's talk about linda. Lovelace is she is a former porn star. Who passed away in two thousand and two. She is most known for nineteen. Seventy two film called deep through which he was forced to do by her husband at that time she later became a born again. Christian and a spokeswoman for the anti pornography movement all right it was also an example of wordplay. Linda lovelace like linda lovelace. That was pretty clever. Witty also an example of similarly. Simile is a comparison of two things using the words. Like or as as you can see there. He says. Linda lovelace like linda lovelace. Let's go gonyea man pop pan and i know they gave hip hop head but often i designed to manage. She was messing with me. When i was still liberal. Whips and cream is when i had. I had with queen right. There's another example of word. Play there she happened my bid because of the whips and cream because when i had her embiid i had whipped cream as i said earlier. Wordplay is the clever and witty use of words to come up with a distinct meaning. Let's keep going shakes. Paving in midsummer night's dream pulled out big thing. They was great. She was have you guys. Read the book. Six shakespearian midsummer's night dream. If not make sure you guys check that out. News uses putting some literature and poetry and his verses for you but he also said i unzip things and pull out big things another example of internal rhyme there but then he also goes on to say they was flashing green. She was like cha. Ching ching is an example of onomatopoeia. The definition of onomatopoeia is the use of words. That imitate the sound of a thing. We all know ching is the sound of this money man. Let's keep going adam which picking on scratching out monday now to the ball with all my guys. I know that feeling kind you said now. I'm sitting at the ball with all my guys. They saying cheers to you in your future years of pain. That's an example of a paradox. A paradox is a statement that that seems silly but when explained or scrutinize it actually checks out to be true. We don't need to explain that anymore. Let's keep with the music shit up. Some is on his way and he tells us it up and when they see weightage five lights lit up. You're going to want to have to like tom brady ritter. But now he's saying when they see the way the g. five lights lit up. You gonna wanna have to like john ritter. That's an example of a simile. Their assembly as i said earlier as a comparison of two things using the words like or as kanye west said. You're gonna wanna have to like john. Ritter john ritter was the starve in. Abc sitcom called. Three's company back in the eighties. His character jack ripper jack. Tripper apologized he had two female roommates during the whole sitcom so you get the reference. Hurry this finish up the verse man. A brand new. So damn who can you wyss said but nah i bought a brand new. Pm he said doll slowed down like brand nubian. That's awesome example of assembly as i said earlier. Assembly is a comparison of two things using the words like or as brand nubian was a great group from new york back in the late eighties early nineties but they had a song called slowdown off their nineteen ninety album. Call off a one slow down. And you guys remember that yet. Fast where the reference was in that verse. Thank you guys for tuning in a way store. You guys go back and catch up on the episode make sure you guys listen we spare time on digital streaming platforms really do appreciate and so next son dollar.

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"jack ripper" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

06:09 min | 11 months ago

"jack ripper" Discussed on KGO 810

"But you're in a better position to inject some reality in this in the situation. You are really the only one who can do it. And then McConnell pleaded with him again made another phone call to him told him to come out and shoot down the talk of widespread fraud. He said. Bill I look around it, Bill. I look around and you're like home. Where's snoop? Do it? That's my best McConnell impression. Um, so the chief of staff of the Justice Department had also been urging bar to contradict Trump's assertions. The week after the election. Um, he gave prosecutors Bill Barr gave prosecutors in the Justice Department of Green Light to investigate allegations of voter irregularities that could potentially impact the outcome of the election. And this in itself was a big deal because there was Justice Department policy at the time. That said the DOJ doesn't investigate voter fraud until after an election is certified. The theory behind the policy is that the department's policies what the DOJ does is to prosecute crimes. Not to get involved in election disputes. When Bill Barr reversed that policy to a lot of people, it was scary. They were concerned that this was a sign that he was about to use the DOJ to help Trump to overturn the election. But Barr said he had already concluded it was highly unlikely that evidence existed that would tip the scales he had expected Trump to lose, he had expected Trump to lose. He wasn't surprised by the outcome. He also knew that at some point, Trump was going to confront him about the allegations that he wanted to be able to say that he had looked into them and that they were unfounded. So he gave them the authorisation to go ahead and to look into it and then bar himself made an unofficial inquiry into the major claims that the president and his allies were making. What he said is my attitude was, it was put up or shut up time. If there was evidence of fraud. I had no motive to suppress it. But my suspicion all the way along was that there was nothing there. It was all bull excrement. Except he said the nasty word. That's what Barr said These allegations. All of this, there was nothing there. It was all B s. So for Bar did talk with the U. S attorney in Michigan about Trump's claim of these mysterious ballot dumps in Detroit that had secured Biden's victory in the state. As proof of the fraud. Trump's allies had pointed to videos showing boxes filled with ballots arriving at the TCF Center in Detroit to be counted after the eight p.m. deadline for votes to be cast. The bar quickly found there was a logical explanation it had to do with how the 662 precincts in Wayne County home to Detroit, tabulate their votes in every other counties, says bar. They count the ballots at the precinct. But in Wayne County, they bring them into one central counting place, So the boxes are coming in all night. The fact that boxes are coming in well That's what they do. But he also discovered that Trump perform better against Biden in Detroit. Then he had against Hillary in 2016. Biden received 1000 fewer votes in Detroit. Then Clinton had Trump received 5000 more than he had four years earlier. Trump didn't lose Michigan because of illegal ballots cast in Detroit. He lost Michigan because Biden beat him badly in the suburbs. So this is something that that bar discovered. He also looked into allegations of voting machines across the country were rigged to switch trump votes to Biden vote and again, he said. It was nonsense, he said. We realized from the beginning it was just B s. But of course, he said, the word, he said, Even if the machines somehow change the count, it would show up when they were recounted by hand, quote its accounting machine, and they save everything that was counted. So you just reconcile the two. There's been no discrepancy reported anywhere, and I'm still not aware of any discrepancy. So after this lunch ended with the AP reported the lunch that bar had with the AP reporter. Um they went to the White House. They had previously scheduled a meeting with Mark Meadows, the chief of staff for the White House. Then, after that, they talked briefly. They went upstairs to the White House counsel's office and as they were talking one of the council's AIDS, knocked on the door and told the White House counsel that the president wanted to see him and then pointed a bar, the aide said. And he's looking for you, so they go to the personal dining room of the president near the Oval Office. Trump was sitting at the table and, uh, the details of the meeting were described by a lot of people. One person said Trump had the eyes and mannerism of a madman. He went off on bar. Trump said. I think you've noticed that I haven't been talking to you much. I've been leaving you alone Bar later told others this. This makes me laugh that the comment was reminiscent of a line in the movie Dr Strangelove, which is one of the Greatest movies of all time. In the In that movie, the main character Jack Ripper, the brigadier general says I do not avoid women, Mandrake, but I do deny them my essence. Trump Bar thought was saying that he had been denying him his essence. And then Trump brought up the AP interview. Trump said. Did you say that? Yes, by responded, and Trump said, how the F Could you do this to me? But of course, he said, the naughty word. Why did you say it? By responded because it's true. The president was livid, responded by referring to himself in the third person, He said, You must hate Trump. You must hate Trump. How odd how odd bar thought the president was trying to control himself, but he seemed angrier than he had ever seen him..

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"jack ripper" Discussed on Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater

Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater

05:16 min | 1 year ago

"jack ripper" Discussed on Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater

"The recall code. Have you got the mandy sir. I told you to take it easy group. Captain there's nothing anybody can do about this thing now. I'm the only person who knows the three letter code group that i this you give them to me. Reper- lifts the folder off of his desk and toss aside revealing a blue pearl handed. Forty five automatic. Do i take. It said that you are threatening up rather office. Step with a gun and rick. I suppose it never occurred to you. That while we're chatting here so enjoy ably. A decision is being made by the president and the joint chiefs in the war room at the pentagon and when they realized there's is no possibility of recalling the wing will be only one course of action. okun total commitment mandrake. Do you recall what clemenza once said about war new. I don't think i do now. He said war was too important to be left to the generals. When he said that fifty years ago he might have been right but today worse too important to be left to politicians. They have neither the time. The training and more the inclination for strategic thought. I can no longer sit back and allow communist infiltration communist doctrinaire communists version in the international communist conspiracy to sap in purify all of our precious bodily fluids cut to war room in the pentagon. Sam is everybody here madam. President secretary of state is in vietnam. The secretary of defense is in laos. The vice president is in mexico city. We establish contact with them at any time if necessary undersecretaries are out here. Of course right now general turkington. What's going on here. Adam president about thirty minutes ago. General jack ripper. Commanding general purpose in air force base issued an order to thirty thirty. Four b fifty. Two's of his wing which were airborne at the time. As part of a special exercise we were holding called operation drop kick now appears that the order called for the planes to attack their target inside russia the planes a fully armed with nuclear weapons with an average load of forty megatons each now central display of russia. One day kate the position of the planes. The triangles are their primary targets. Squares are secondary targets. The aircraft will be penetrating russian radar cover within thirty twenty five minutes.

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"jack ripper" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:32 min | 1 year ago

"jack ripper" Discussed on KQED Radio

"1918 struck every major U. S. City dropping people where They started. There were at least 20 million people killed worldwide in the 1918 pandemic in the 18 31 cholera epidemic in the smallpox epidemics. Everyone feels that somehow either there personally immune because they're living a moral life or secondly, There have no control over him. But it's something that's gonna be decided by God. And that's a very dangerous combination. When you have that kind of strong tradition, but really cataracts, all public health Communal activities was public health is a communal act. I mean, it's an act on part of the public of all of us, but it's not something that can't be overcome. If the conditions are right. Public health messages are embraced. One example the smallpox outbreak in New York just after World War two. These pictures show a patient who had a nun set of smallpox the day of arrival in New York from Yankee 47. Hundreds of thousands of people lined up to get vaccinated without any fear without any anxiety with complete trust in the government. You have to remember this was coming after 10 years of economic depression, in which the new deal was understood as a major tool. FDR was somebody you trusted and also came after World War two when we had a tremendous faith in the ability of government to do things. Trust in science, the government and other institutions, So it makes sense. Rosner says that the next time that trust falters, the 19 sixties we see another public health campaigns struggle in the 19 forties was discovered that if you have some flora to your water supply, you could actually reduce the cavities that kid's had in the 19 fifties 19 sixties, however, it became a real political issue. Some towns. It's referee country introduced flow right into their water. When organizations like the John Birch Society, which was a right wing group, used fluoride is a symbol of the inclusion of government into people's lives. And the fear that somehow you're being poisoned by in this case Communists, you know if you remember in the 19 sixties, the film Dr Strangelove. Right. You had General Jack Ripper right? It was part of his mad kind of ramblings in the film you want. I need fresh, pure water to replenish our precious bodily fluids. The reserve worried about his precious bodily fluids, and they were being invaded by He used to flow ride. Do you realize that florid ation is the most monstrously conceived and dangerous Communist plot we have ever had to face fearing feely sure guard to take over our bodies or take over our souls to take a broad government pick of our liberties, So that's always there, but it only comes out at moments when they're used by political leaders. David Rosner, history professor at Columbia University. Rosner sees 2020 as another moment where distrust of professionals institutions, etcetera is a vacuum for a certain kind of politics to fill heading into the election. Despite the pleas of public health experts Cove in 19 became a political football and to understand more about how that happened. We turn to Gaurav Suri. He's an experimental psychologist at San Francisco State University. He studies decision making and motivation. Not surprisingly, he says. Words matter. For example, the word mandate is not a pleasant word for many people when the same policy is framed as a mask, band aid Republicans are inclined to receive it a lot less favorably, then they are when it is framed as a protection plan. But if any public policy is going to work, it's very important that it be compatible with people's communication preferences and styles and what they're going to be open to. Many people are just not open to the word mandate. Making big changes requires us to Taylor and communicate public policy in a way that's going to be open for all segments of the population. Given what you've learned when you read news reports about people who claim they don't believe that the disease is real or that it says it's like the flu or even comments from the White House. How do you think about that? In the context of your work? I think it's a disaster. I think this is a existentially threat to our culture. And I understand why it's happening. I think it's happening because We take belonging to social tribes very seriously. And the president has sent signals that look, all this mask wearing is not not a very necessary thing to do. And so it's it's sort of become a symbol and people who value their belonging. To that Social tribe are trying to reduce dissonance right because on the one hand, they say, we're not wearing a mask and the other hand, there's all these news reports about reports about The severity of the pandemic. So how do you reduce dissidents? You just deny off what's producing the dissidents. In this case, they deny that this is a serious disease. I think that's risky, not just to themselves, but to their loved ones to their networks to the entire country. We have to start communicating better about science than we have. Bean. I think this pandemic has really exposed Lack of communication about what science is what the scientific method is. And how we should live. Gaurav Story of San Francisco State University stories, also a neuroscientist, and we'll hear more from him tomorrow on pandemic fatigue and why our brains have trouble understanding risk. This'd is NPR news. There's a big traffic.

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"jack ripper" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

06:39 min | 1 year ago

"jack ripper" Discussed on KCRW

"Disasters in recorded history was caused by a virus. The influence of pandemic of 1918 struck every major U. S. City dropping people where They stood. There were at least 20 million people killed worldwide in the 1918 pandemic in the 18 31 cholera epidemic in the smallpox epidemics. Everyone feels that somehow either there personally immune because they're living a moral life or secondly, There have no control over him. But it's something that's gonna be decided by God. And that's a very dangerous combination. When you have that, from strong tradition that really cataracts, all public health, communal activities was public health is a communal act. I mean, it's an act. I'm part of the public of all of us, but it's not something that can't be overcome. If the conditions are right. Public health messages are embraced. One example. The smallpox outbreak in New York just after World War two. These pictures show a patient who had an onset of smallpox. Day of arrival in New York from point 42nd. Hundreds of thousands of people lined up to get vaccinated without any fear without any anxiety with complete trust in the government. You have to remember this was coming after 10 years of economic depression, in which the new deal was understood as a major tool. FDR was somebody he trusted and also came after World War two when we had a tremendous faith in the ability of government to do things Trust in science, the government and other institutions, So it makes sense. Rosner says that the next time that trust falters, the 19 sixties we see another public health campaign struggle in the 19 forties was discovered that if you had some flora to your water supply, you could actually reduce the cavities that kid's had in the 19 fifties 19 sixties, however, it became a real political issue. Some towns. It's referee country introduced flow right into their water. When organizations like the John Birch Society, which was a right wing group, use fluoride is a symbol of the intrusion of government into people's lives. And the fear that somehow you're being poisoned by in this case Communist, you know, if you remember in the 19 sixties, the film Dr Strangelove. Right. You had General Jack Ripper, right? It was part of his mad kind of ramblings in the film. You and I need fresh, pure water to replenish our precious bodily fluids. He was worried about his precious bodily fluids and they were being invaded by used to floor I did you realize that florid ation Is the most monstrously conceived and dangerous Communist plot we have ever had to face fearing feel these who are going to take over our bodies or take over our souls to take over our government pick of our liberties, so that's always there, but it only comes out at moments when they're used by political leaders. David Rosner, history professor at Columbia University. Rosner sees 2020 as another moment where distrust of professionals institutions, etcetera is a vacuum for a certain kind of politics to fill heading into the election. Despite the pleas of public health experts Cove in 19 became a political football and to understand more about how that happened. We turn to Gaurav Suri. He's an experimental psychologist at San Francisco State University. He studies decision making and motivation. Not surprisingly, he says. Words matter. For example, the word mandate is not a pleasant word for many people when the same policy is framed as a mask, band aid Republicans are inclined to receive it a lot less favorably, then they are when it is framed as a protection plan. But if any public policy is going to work, it's very important that it be compatible with people's communication preferences and styles and what they're going to be open to. Many people are just not open to the word mandate. Making big changes requires us to Taylor and communicate public policy in a way that's going to be open for all segments of the population. Given what you've learned when you read news reports about people who claim they don't believe that the disease is real or that it says it's like the flu or even comments from the White House. How do you think about that? In the context of your work? I think it's a disaster. I think this is a existentially threat to our culture. And I understand why it's happening. I think it's happening because We take belonging to social tribes very seriously. And the president has sent signals that look, all this mask wearing is not not a very necessary thing to do. And so it's it's sort of become a symbol and people who value their belonging. To that Social tribe are trying to reduce dissonance right because on the one hand, they say, we're not wearing a mask and the other hand, there's all these news reports about reports about The severity of the pandemic. So how do you reduce dissonance? You just deny off what's producing the dissidents. In this case, they deny that this is a serious disease. I think that's risky, not just to themselves, but to their loved ones to their networks to the entire country. We have to start communicating better about science than we have. Bean. I think this pandemic has really exposed Lack of communication about what science is what the scientific method is. And how we should live. Gaurav Story of San Francisco State University story is also a neuroscientist, and we'll hear more from him tomorrow on pandemic fatigue and why our brains have trouble understanding risk. This is NPR news. This is KCRW at.

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"jack ripper" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:52 min | 1 year ago

"jack ripper" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Recorded history was caused by a virus. The influence of pandemic of 1918 struck every major U. S. City dropping people where they stood. There were at least 20 million people killed worldwide. In the 1918 pandemic in the 18 31 cholera epidemic in the smallpox epidemics. Everyone feels that somehow either there personally immune because they're living a moral life or secondly, there after control over Something that's going to be decided by God. And that's a very dangerous combination. When you have that, from strong tradition that really cataracts, all public health, communal activities was public health is a communal act. I mean, it's an act on part of the public of all of us, but it's not something that can't be overcome. If the conditions are right. Public health messages are embraced. One example the smallpox outbreak in New York just after World War two. These pictures show a patient who had a nun set of smallpox. The day of arrival in New York from pointy 47. Hundreds of thousands of people lined up to get vaccinated without any fear, without any anxiety with complete trust in the government. You have to remember this was coming after 10 years of economic depression, in which the new deal was understood as a major tool. FDR was somebody you trusted. It also came after World War two when we had a tremendous faith in the ability of government to do things trust in science, the government and other institutions, so it makes sense. Rosner says that the next time that trust falters, the 19 sixties we see another public health campaign struggle in the 19 forties was discovered that if you have some floor right to your water supply, you could actually reduce the cavities that kid's had in the 19 fifties 19 sixties, however, it became a real political issue. Some towns if traffic country introduced flow right into their water. When organizations like the John Birch Society, which was a right wing group, use fluoride is a symbol of the intrusion of government into people's lives. And the fear that somehow you're being poisoned by in this case Communist, you know, if you remember in the 19 sixties, the film Dr Strangelove Right. You had General Jack Ripper, right? It was part of his mad kind of ramblings in the film. You and I need fresh, pure water. Replenish our precious bodily fluids. He was worried about his precious bodily fluids and they were being invaded by use of fluoride. Do you realize that florid ation? Is the most monstrously conceived and dangerous Communist plot we have ever had to face fearing Feely's who are going to take over our bodies or take over our souls to take over our government pick of our liberties, so that's always there, but it only comes out at moments when they're used by political leaders. David Rosner, history professor at Columbia University. Prisoners. He's 2020 as another moment where distrust of professionals institutions, etcetera is a vacuum for a certain kind of politics to fill heading into the election. Despite the pleas of public health experts Cove in 19 became a political football and to understand more about how that happened. We turn to Gaurav Suri. He's an experimental psychologist at San Francisco State University. He studies decision making and motivation. Not surprisingly, he says. Words matter. For example, the word mandate is not a pleasant word for many people when the same policy is framed as a mask, band aid Republicans are inclined to receive it a lot less favorably, then they are when it is framed as a protection plan. But if any public policy is going to work, it's very important that it be compatible with people's communication preferences and styles and what they're going to be open to. Many people are just not open to the word mandate. Making big changes requires us to Taylor and communicate public policy in a way that's going to be open for all segments of the population. Given what you've learned when you read news reports about people who claim they don't believe that the disease is real or that it says it's like the flu or even comments from the White House. How do you think about that? In the context of your work? I think it's a disaster. I think this is a existentially threat to our culture. And I understand why it's happening. I think it's happening because We take belonging to social tribes very seriously. And the president has sent signals that look, all this mask wearing is not not a very necessary thing to do. And so it's it's sort of become a symbol and people who value their belonging. To that Social tribe are trying to reduce dissonance right because on the one hand, they say, we're not wearing a mask and the other hand, there's all these news reports about reports about The severity of the pandemic. So how do you reduce dissonance? You just deny off what's producing the dissidents. In this case, they deny that this is a serious disease. I think that's risky, not just to themselves, but to their loved ones to their networks to the entire country. We have to start communicating better about science than we have. Bean. I think this pandemic has really exposed Lack of communication about what science is what the scientific method is. And how we should live. Gaurav Story of San Francisco State University story is also a neuroscientist, and we'll hear more from him tomorrow on pandemic fatigue and why our brains have trouble understanding risk. It's w when my C you're listening to all things considered just ahead during the pandemic. More people, of course, started shopping online in China. Fast deliveries come at a cost. For more than three million delivery workers, and they are surveilled by algorithms that don't easily forgive mistakes. We'll have that story and more right after news headlines on W.

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"jack ripper" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

05:37 min | 1 year ago

"jack ripper" Discussed on KCRW

"Of 1918 struck every major U. S. City dropping people. They stood. There were at least 20 million people killed worldwide in the 1918 pandemic in the 18 31 cholera epidemic in the smallpox epidemics. Everyone feels that somehow either there personally immune because they're living a moral life or secondly, There have no control over her, but it's something that's gonna be decided by God. And that's a very dangerous combination. When you have that, from strong tradition that really capture acts, all public health communal activities was public health is a communal act. I mean, an act. I'm part of the public of all of us, but it's not something that can't be overcome. If the conditions are right. Public health messages are embraced. One example. The smallpox outbreak in New York just after World War two. These pictures show a patient who had an onset of smallpox. Day of arrival in New York from point thank you for your second, hundreds of thousands of people lined up to get vaccinated without any fear, without any anxiety with complete trust in the government, you have to remember. This was coming after 10 years of economic depression, in which the new deal was understood as a major tool. FDR was somebody you trusted and also came after World War two when we had a tremendous faith in the ability of government to do things. Trust in science, the government and other institutions, So it makes sense. Rosner says that the next time that trust falters, the 19 sixties we see another public health campaign struggle in the 19 forties was discovered that if you have some fluoride to your water supply, you could actually reduce the cavities that kid's had in the 19 fifties 19 sixties, however, it became a real political issue. Some towns. It's referee country introduced floor. I've been to their water when organizations like the John Birch Society, which was a right wing group, use fluoride is a symbol of the inclusion of government into people's lives. And the fear that somehow you're being poisoned by in this case Communist, you know, if you remember in the 19 sixties, the film Dr Strangelove. Right. You had General Jack Ripper, right? It was part of his mad kind of ramblings in the film. You and I need fresh, pure water to replenish our precious bodily fluids. He was worried about his precious bodily fluids and they were being invaded by use of floor. I did you realize that florid ation. Is the most monstrously conceived and dangerous Communist plot we have ever had to face fearing feel these who are going to take over our bodies or take over our souls to take over our government to pick up our liberties, So that's always there, but it only comes out at moments when they're used by political leaders. David Rosner, history professor at Columbia University. Rosner sees 2020 as another moment where distrust of professionals institutions, etcetera is a vacuum for a certain kind of politics to fill heading into the election. Despite the pleas of public health experts Cove in 19 became a political football and to understand more about how that happened. We turn to Gaurav Suri. He's an experimental psychologist at San Francisco State University. He studies decision making and motivation. Not surprisingly, he says. Words matter. For example, the word mandate is not a pleasant word for many people when the same policy is framed as a mask, band aid Republicans are inclined to receive it a lot less favorably, then they are when it is framed as a protection plan. But if any public policy is going to work, it's very important that it be compatible with people's communication preferences and styles and what they're going to be open to. Many people are just not open to the word mandate. Making big changes requires us to Taylor and communicate public policy in a way that's going to be open for all segments of the population. Given what you've learned when you read news reports about people who claim they don't believe that the disease is real or that it says it's like the flu or even comments from the White House. How do you think about that? In the context of your work? I think it's a disaster. I think this is a existentially threat to our culture. And I understand why it's happening. I think it's happening because We take belonging to social tribes very seriously. And the president has sent signals that look, all this mask wearing is not not a very necessary thing to do. And so it's it's sort of become a symbol and people who value their belonging. To that Social tribe are trying to reduce dissonance right because on the one hand, they say, we're not wearing a mask and the other hand, there's all these news reports about reports about The severity of the pandemic. So how do you reduce dissonance? You just deny off what's producing the dissidents. In this case, they deny that this is a serious disease. I think that's risky, not just to themselves, but to their loved ones to their networks to the entire country. We have to start communicating better about science than we have. Bean. I think this pandemic has really exposed The lack of communication about what science is what the scientific method is. And how we should live..

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"jack ripper" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!

Strange Brew Podcast!

08:13 min | 1 year ago

"jack ripper" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!

"Builds over nine hundred years by William the conqueror the Tower of London stands as one of the most haunted buildings in the UK Tom. because. Perhaps. Of because of of how many famous individuals are said to still inhabit its walls? How many famous individuals? Lady. Alber. Back are Bella Bella Stuart Queen Elizabeth's one time successor. Prisoner of the. Tower. This is like way back in the day says over nine hundred years ago when this bill. So this is going on probably this time for all because she went and got married without the King James Permission Oh fucking damn. That's fucking crazy and the fact that like king the King James Bible as the bullshit one that King James that King fucking God, people to rewrite. That's why there's a King James version of the Bible. And it's all fucking bullshit. It's like he added his own little fucking schemes and shit like that. Everybody will say King James Is Awesome. Yes. I'm good. Yes. checkmark there's. So she was obviously kept in the tower and turn to Denver. She was held in tower a prisoner, and she said to haunt the Queen's House structure on the Tower Green. So I would think the green around the tower. Fairytale Stories Oh space inside the Tower of London but perhaps the most well known Royal Specter inside the Great Tower is none other than Queen and Bowling Herself, which there's that show on history. It's called a bowl INS or whatever. It's based on that royal kind of succession of family and there's a lot of dirty deeds going on there. They probably fucked the kids. Yeah they did they probably eight babies like there's a lot of weird shit like the Medieval Times especially, and then even going forward to the Victorian Age like I gave this book I wish I had it back for fucking episodes because it was called black magic killers and when I worked at social together me and billy worked together an old lady the one that as the prep cook she gave me that book she also did. Yeah. What's funny and she like old woman and I think I've said this before she also gave me like. Horror movies, and she some cute little league that just was rolling on the spring roll in the spring rolls and stuff and you like horror movies, and then she's like you should read this book and it was I remember reading it was fucked up and about how this priest all these nuns and fuck them and then He. He made these nuns have babies because got pregnant and then they cooked the baby's my God I gotTa to find out what that's about. I just Google the guy that cooked fuck nuns, birth them and cook babies was. Wow. On the FBI's watchlist. So, and she her she was executed in fifteen, thirty, six they think obviously I think is by the Guillotine, what a spectacle though because we all know the head of an eight times. Yeah. Come down. It's like everyone like watching fucking throw up. One artery but but he's still alive. Suck. My husband's Dick and he hasn't showered fucking eight months and this stills grocer. Thought. Yeah. That must be discussed barely Bateson. Had to do anything you want and so there Oh. Yeah. That's when the black plague to. We talked about that. fucking rats everywhere fucking prostitutes everywhere. My God crazy man. Prostitutes back. Then I'm sure worked for their money fucking now most people are clean new. Jack ripper the Jack The ripper on the docket that will happen sometime in the future I have it already prepped up. But even that those hookers back then that was like in the seven eighteenth century. Disgusting her work in their money Harry Harry Harry, and then just like little skirt things. They lift up fucking leg go after. This, strew. Jack. like There's the movie, a thousand ways to die in the west and they make find like the hookers and stuff and having the brothel and she's like, Oh, I, fucked like eighty-one guys day and he's like the she has the boyfriend and he's like Oh that's a record or something like. That guy he weighs downstairs or her to be done with a client and shit. Remember. That movie no thousand ways diamond. Remember, the movie I don't remember that seems you gotTa Watch that Shit again shifts to funny while the Tower of London seems to be. Differs who's the boss of all in the goals for some reason, it's used Google. WHO's the? Biggest school is on us down on up Mario with the ghost guy comes Bingo boss. Isn't the same guber something. Goes from Mario and maybe I don't that know Guba is from Mario is that the ghost now? Dare I, bring shot today I drank a lot last night you should. Should always prepare yourself and drink on here rather than home. There have been several other incidences of paranormal activity. That don't involve any royal figures stuck in a limbo state among them. The so-called White Lady who is often seen waving from a window and a pair of children wandering the halls holding hands. So stall the children the wrong with us. Billy. They're better than normal kids normal kids just fight and throw fucking many each other minicars, cars, tinky cars. That's fine. It's on Danny ever did hurling fucking dinky cars at each other. Yeah. My brother punching the back of the head if I wouldn't get off the Internet. I'm trying to watch poor. So this is. The Band Garh Fort and this is in Kershaw. Man Kurkish Aw. Acre she. What the Fucker Fishes Arcus? Getting. Crush fortress in Norway of course because they elect speak of fucked up. In. Norway I actually love Norwegians. Right. On making fun of everybody is on nobody likes US anymore. Though. was originally built as a stronghold. This one was near. Oso Law and this place I'm not saying again Erker Scher arcus Kushtia Shush. Double as a prison for many of its own country criminals between the eighteenth and nineteenth century some who have perished while being locked away well, as said that the prisoners saw again to haunt the halls of the fortress they soon had company. The Nazis Oh. Oh I don't have the sound effects. Not. Let them all go. Now, they might care what you go. I know they would. For them got Mangla coming in there being like that goes needs to turn to that goes and how will cut up that goes over you know what I mean. I can't. I M Society Actually. Until you one. Japanese. I say. All right. After. Norway surrender following the German assault nineteen forty because they all fuck it. We're not. Even people from Norway like that. That's like that's Iceland guess we're vikings by the Norwegians were like fucking. They used to be vikings to and stuff like that or they got taken over. Them are there really just like five? That's like the army's coming over boys I. Don't think we got this one. There's. Standing. With axes and shields fucking this bike helmet that never existed I guess in fucking anyways. We want Vikings Bullshit within the one that never exists all the vikings the to fucking horns on the top like that's bullshit. They never did that why this is that's his movies and Hollywood..

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"jack ripper" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

08:10 min | 1 year ago

"jack ripper" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"To these people. Seen the Black lives matter. Mobbed in New York murdering a raccoon I have there's audio There is not gonna play audio for you. They you know that when you're looking for early signs that a maybe a young boy is going to grow up to become a serial killer or a school shooter. Mass murderer. One of the things you looks, where is whether they are cruel to animals that whether they torture animals that's considered to be a red flag for those who are following along at home. Well, A whole mob of black lives matter people. This was completely Lord of the flies. Once again. It's right out of Lord of the flies, and I think as Michael Pierce, he said this morning. I think, Peter Might want to have a word with black lives matter. They probably won't know they'll probably just take their donations and hand him overto black black lives matter because That's how that is. Now. I get the Washington Post with this crazy story where the woman is shocked to find that MSNBC's messages were all going to die. Thanks for tuning in. I'm glad you're paying attention at long last, that's been their message. For a very long time. It's kind of a death called and, she says. What I need from the convention is the tiniest sense of hope. This is what the party has done to the country and to end to their faithful. And that's the correct term all over the all over the country. They've turned people into its like a Jonestown suicidal death cult. There. They're torturing animals. Remember when they came out in Portland with the severed pig's head. It was like the size of a human torso giant £60 pig's head severed from an actual living pig. And they put a police hat on that they brought it to the protest. Put it in the splashed it down on you. No blood dripping from it on an American flag on the street, Put a police hat on it drenched in flammable liquid and set it on fire. Because that's today's Democratic Party. They should do that on the stage at the DNC in Milwaukee, if there were anybody on stage at the DNC in Milwaukee. But this is for Democrats. Because look what you guys have become like what your party has done to the country. And did you see Elizabeth Warren? It was Elizabeth Warren, right? Who had the classroom talk? She was seated in a classroom and doing a little online. Whatever. And she had a classroom static behind her, of course, including some shelves like a cabinet of shelves where their kids might put their books or something, and they have giant plastic letters and over her shoulder, and it's rained in order to highlight this. She's off center. She is, of course, Green left where she belongs and screen right. Are these giant plastic letters planted subliminally in the background? 10 15 ft behind her BLM. They've got messages. These. It's like North Korea. These people are completely insane. And there's Elizabeth one. With the big BLM letters, letters behind her in the eye and question his supports the extermination of 40% of the black population in the black genocide, But that's okay. Because you know that they've got your vote locked up if you're black and this piece of this piece in the post Is really something they literally haven't in interview with a 15 year old boy from Howard County, Maryland, about Joe Biden and the Democratic Convention. I guess they think their forward leaning there and they're looking into the future. This is a 15 year old Drew Vac Mirani Nice Eastern European name and he's He's 15 years old and he says to the Washington Post. Joe Biden is far better alternative than Trump. But it's not what a lot of people like me we're looking for. Well, I don't know if anybody's told him that he's not old enough to vote that is not eligible to vote. Democrats don't pay a lot of attention to that sort of thing. Pesky voting age, and all of that is just voters suppression by the Republicans. They don't want Children 15 year old. His giving is sharing his wisdom. Issues. Of Democrat Party politics. Just just extraordinary people aren't this is today's Democrat Party and our media, our media. Let's Michael let's go to a telephone call. What Tuesday and a great deal of audio to get to inspect s O much. We're still pulling up together for you. It's still a work in progress. Also the the headline Quasi Banner headline in The Washington Post Today. Harris makes history as VP nominee Now they love doing this thing Now, you know, the history was made when Joe Biden selected her every time she turns a corner against out of a car. It's not new history Big She's still the same person that she was a week ago. She has already been chosen as the nominee. Well, now it's official. And then tomorrow it'll be official baby the first time she has lunch in public, and that will be history making too. According to they couldn't be more obsessed with race. Honestly, most normal people out here aren't shocked by any of this when we're not really were not impressed by it. What is the person bring to the dance other than their race, their melanin levels there, their ethnic history, their genitalia. Those air You know when it comes to people like me considered me a lot Less important. Those characteristics are a lot less important than, for example, her politics since it's a political position. And the Democrats all they care about his race, class and gender and warfare there against America against Against all of us, Also a one of the headlines on the front page two Democrats come up. One issues subsumes all colon. They love their colon. The nation's essence is at stake. I almost pulled the Sterling Hayden Audio from Dr Strangelove General Jack Ripper, talking about his essence and his precious bodily fluids on the florid ation of the water on how he won't be deprived of his of his essence. These people are mental cases. This is these are government jobs here is supposed to be a good leader and your genitalia and your melon and levels are not really important characteristics when it comes to doing the job from where I sit, But from where they said nothing is more important than On these immutable characteristics, as they like to say, Amazing, Also importantly, inspires set at county building as Portland protests spiral. That's the headline from Portland, Oregon in the Washington Post that I don't think they go there to cover anything. They just look at it on the Internet and then make stuff up. There is pretty much it Some more riots. More injuries. More firebombing in Portland on also the young man that was beaten nearly to death. There is a manhunt underway for the left wing thug that tried to kick a field goal with his head and he's online raising money. Hey, thinks he's Dr Richard Kimble in the future. He's going to go do a swan dive off of a dam or something, and he is he's on the run. He's on the lam cheese that Mickey it's the cups and he's raising money for his little exercise on Al Gore's amazing Internet. It's quite something to see Also the guy the guy in question, who had tried to kick a field goal with the nice man's head. He has. What is it? Seven previous arrests, including domestic violence, and he's out in the street, trying to kick field goals with the head. These black lives matter. Just by the way, this was a black lives matter thing. All about the black lives matter very much to these people. Never mind..

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"jack ripper" Discussed on Revisionist History

Revisionist History

06:36 min | 2 years ago

"jack ripper" Discussed on Revisionist History

"Would be so difficult to defend against that the air corps could win a war all by itself. The group of insurgent pilots at the Air Corps Tactical School were known as the bomber Mafia. They were a group of individuals coming together to construct ideas about applying the technology bombing at the day in order to win a war against Germany. That's the historian Robert. Pape, who wrote a book called bombing to win about the origins of many of the ideas taught at the Air Corps School. The bomber Mafia gave lectures to select groups of officers arguing theorizing, and they're not really investigating the psychology of bombing. They're not investigating the sociology bombing they're not really even investigating. The politics of the bombing that is the implications bombing what have for populations societies, and for governments What they're really doing is focusing line what the technology of the bombing of the time what target sets it would allow the bombers to hit in one of the most famous technical school lectures major. Muir Fairchild gave two day presentation in April of Nineteen thirty, nine on what a single behind attack on New York City could do to America's will to fight. Fairchild was a charter member of the bomber Mafia. He would later rise to number two in the air force. He says imagine that Germany and the United States are in the midst of brutal land war in Europe. Germany decides to take up New York could they do it? Fairchild says easy. They have a a hypothetical scenario and do they imagine that group of well equipped bombers could bring the United States or at least new. York City to its knees in an event of any kind of conflict. Yep. Absolutely. The bombing that they're focusing on are number one the bridges number two they have the bombing of the ducks. The Mommy of the Akwa Ducts is important because what they WANNA do is they want to cause massive thirst in the New York population they basically want to create a situation where there's almost no potable water for the population to drink and the number three they target electric power. In his lecture major fairchild argues the academics are the most obvious targets. Then as the power grid Fairchild directs his students to a chart, the aerial bomb burst, his traction electric power in the New York City area. Quote we then see seventeen bombs if dropped on the right spots will not only take out practically all of the electric power of the entire metropolitan area but will prevent the distribution of outside power. Seventeen bombs could bring the most important city in the world to its knees. The old idea was that you would just bum the whole city, reduce it to rubble with wave upon wave of choline dangerous bombing attacks, Fairchild, point was. Did you do that if you could use your intelligence and the best of modern technology to disable the city with a single surgical strike? You would put amazing stress on the quote will of the enemy meaning the civilian population which was already under stress, and then they just lead to the conclusion that the civilians would crack and demand an end to the war. They really thinking of the Air Force in this. In this, thinking this teaching as the primary arm of the American military discount of conflict there. Certainly thinking that the bomber alone or air power alone is going to win the war and what they're thinking is that it's GonNa win the war and prevent mass carnage strike occurred in World War One where the armies clashed together year after year after year and millions and millions of people died in the meat grinder of the trenches in World War One. For thousands of years, wars had been about armies of men fighting more or less in hand to hand combat on fields a battle the bomber mafia believe bombs carried by planes were about to make the armies of men obsolete. The school was never very large in twenty years of existence. It produced just over a thousand graduates, but it was enormously influential. Of the three hundred, twenty air force generals on duty at the end of World War Two. Two hundred sixty one came out of the tactical. School. And one of those graduates was Curtis Emerson May. Only a handful of American, military leaders in the twentieth century achieved real public stature Douglas, McArthur, of course with his corncob pipe and limitless Charisma Dwight. Eisenhower? Because he commanded the allied war effort in. World War Two and in more. Recent Times, Colin Powell in his day the maze fame exceeded them. All people who couldn't name their congressman still knew he was. In nineteen sixty, four alone three movies came out with a character planning based on the May. He's the model for the air. Force General in Sidney? lumet's thriller failsafe. He's clearly burt Lancaster's character General Scott in seven days in May with the president choose him out I am prepared brand-new for what you are general. stragglers within the police power complex. And now trader. and. If that's not enough in Stanley Kubrick's Dr. Strangelove the Lemay character is General Jack ripper played by Sterling Hayden chomping on a cigar. You're Commie has no regard for human life not even his own. I WanNa impress upon you the need for extreme once told us. In nineteen sixty, four dollars strange left came out. Americans were exhausted from anxiety about nuclear destruction. It felt good to laugh at a Colborn fanatically General Jack ripper. But the actual general may was a more complicated matter. As the world slowly begins to reopen nexus once again looks to people for Inspiration asking a question, it's been on everyone's mind..

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"jack ripper" Discussed on The Dork Forest

The Dork Forest

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"jack ripper" Discussed on The Dork Forest

"My theory. Okay Nicholas niemeier, so he wrote the novel Time After Time and the seven-per-cent solution. And also I might have directed them to so he's a great writer and time after was HG Wells is chasing Jack the Ripper in the future or in the modern-day Church, which was and they made the movie was who was it was McDowell and McDowell and not anemic don't know that would have been I would have been the romantic comedy version. Well, she's like I just don't know who to choose. I'm in love with both of them. And totally different movie. I want to see that movie too and Mary Steenburgen Who falls in love with Malcolm McDowell the time-traveling guy and then she proceeds to fall in love with Christopher Lloyd Back to the Future 3, so that she that person right, right. It was she liked she likes a nerdy scientist get she does. Yes. She said she became that person but hey Nicholas Meyer directed Star Trek to and kind of also wrote it. I don't think he got credit for it. But he sorted sorted that was one of those situations where he sort of did write it you wrote Star Trek motion to he wrote all of the scenes in Star Trek for that was the way old one. Okay, all of the scenes where they're back in the in the modern day and Spa around the bus with the guy boom box back of that. Yep. In fact, a lot of the gags that he came up with him that were gags that he couldn't use in Time After Time, which was the Jack Ripper one. Okay, and then and he directed Star Trek. Six, so he was he had a hand in two four and six. Okay, and if you notice then they then we switch to the Next Generation and yet Generations, which was okay. It was arcing Spock together and that's that's such a way. She was great know there were some very Crooked Creek off guard together. So sorry. Yeah together with Whoopi Goldberg and it was all right. What was that? It that thing where they're like like come back with me to the moment in the past where we can save the future, but it's like, you know, if came back a week earlier, you'd give you a lot easier wage. You remember that TV show 7 days. Yeah with wasn't it with was it LA pelea or who was in it? It was so it it was it was I forget to leave was but he was the son of somebody famous and he could go back in time just 7 Days, right? So if any at 7 days to prevent something that had happened that morning, right and I knew of it I never watched it though. I am I do like five or six months. There was a time in the 90s when I would watch a test pattern if the colors would change often enough. It was a simple it was a simpler time. It was time when I should another reference to the last part you mentioned the space above and beyond it was called space above and beyond that's right was yeah on for a season just it was created by the it was created by two of the guys from X-Files. That's how they got to create it. Right Morgan and Wong it has slowed down..

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"jack ripper" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"jack ripper" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Of causing mass panic at the Westfield century city mall has pleaded not guilty LAPD chief Moore says costs were able to diffuse the situation Friday, thanks to help from mall personnel. Because of the relationship they have with Westfield Westville was able to produce detailed maps and descriptions have free dental evacuation processes already are worked out with us. And with fire nNcholas oats is accused of arson burglary and assault with a deadly weapon. More says, it appears owed started a fire in the children's book section of the Amazon and pointed a handgun at an employee when he was confronted more says, it appears oats was a disgruntled employee. The news is brought to you by Axelle dot com. Several dozen students in Anaheim have learned about cooking from some of the top chefs in southern California. The students are graduate. From Catarina clubs hospitality academy. Anaheim White House. Chef Bruno's Arado says the kids learn skills, they can put on a resume. I want them to know what it means to with real cost, the real Sheffi the kitchen this student says he can get a high paying job now on pretty good with people in my opinion. So I thought it would be a really good job to get me through school. But I the students had to prove their skills by serving several course meal to more than one hundred of the most difficult customers, teachers and parents in Anaheim Corbin Carson KFI news. The US cream court has sided with the Trump administration. And ruling that noncitizens convicted of crimes could be detained by immigration officials at any time after serving prison time. Those who filed a class action lawsuit argued non-citizens could only be held within twenty four hours of their release Justice. Samuel Alito says the strict ruling was to make sure homeland security officials are not constrained by inappropriate deadlines to detain convicted non-citizens scientists claimed to have ID the British serial killer known as Jack. Ripper? The killer was suspected of murdering five women in London in eighteen eighty eight within a span of about three months. Research says evidence points to a barber named Aaron Kozminski. He was suspected at the time because they didn't have enough evidence to arrest him. Researchers say Kozminski was identified through DNA compared to Kozminski's living descendants. The study is in the journal of forensic sciences. We have a crash on the one oh five in Lynnwood. That's one's on the eastbound side just before the seven ten freeway. Good news. Have just cleared it out of lanes. The not so good news. Traffic is stacking up out of out of El Segundo away from Nash, and your soul all the way to the six zero five not to Anaheim hills with Mike O'Brien KFI in the sky. Sponsored by injury attorneys. Superwoman super.

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