13 Burst results for "John Vanish"

"john vanish" Discussed on Crimes of Passion

Crimes of Passion

05:59 min | 3 months ago

"john vanish" Discussed on Crimes of Passion

"Article on the vietnam war sociology. Professor richard lockman explored how the conflict change the average americans views on the military when the confrontation began many citizens including john had little understanding of just how deadly the situation on the ground was the true number of casualties was often downplayed or not. Reported on at all misinformed. Young men were convinced they could find honor or glory fighting for their country instead. Many failed to make it back home. As american slowly began to comprehend the situation attitude started to change people grew less tolerant of violence and as professor lachmann wrote began celebrating self expression and individual tommy. John had firsthand experience with the tragedies of the war and was fortunate to escape with his life. His conservative philosophy cracked when he finally returned home in october. Nineteen sixty seven. His worldview was entirely changed. No longer interested in fighting. John was all about love as soon as he got back to new york. He and carmen were married Unfortunately the war hadn't done anything detained. John's ego he was just as self centered as ever and considered his own desires more important than anyone else's including his new bride. His arrogance made him unable to compromise on every issue. It was his way or the highway and when he didn't get what he wanted his temper flared. Carmen sell the first signs of trouble on their wedding night during the reception. Following the ceremony. They had a huge argument over what to do with their wedding money. According to her the fight was so bad that their priests wanted to annul their union right then and there despite their issues. The couple tried to make it work but john was unable to change his ways. Their relationship took a nosedive and in june of one thousand nine hundred sixty nine twenty five year old. John walked out on karmen. Didn't bother to give his new wife any warning one day. She simply came home and found their place empty. Not only had john vanished but he'd taken all of their belongings for himself. Carmen's future was shattered before her is all that remained was a note that read i left. Go to your mother's. John didn't feel any remorse for leaving carmen. Behind newly single he was much more concerned with his own libido after his experiences in the army he became what he called sexually oriented. It no longer mattered whether he was intimate with a man or a woman all he wanted was sex A week after hand. Carmen broke up. John learned about the gay activists alliance while the organization was focused on the advancement of rights for lgbt people. John was more interested in their parties. He joined the g. a. n. became a member of the entertainment committee. He exploited his position to meet new members and sleep with as many people as he possibly could to him. The movement was all about sex. He rarely if ever attended meetings and the ideals of community and brotherhood. Were irrelevant to him. In general he didn't seem to care much for the political interests or rights of lgbt people. He just used the organization as a dating pool for the next two years. He took advantage of new members to get them into bed. But around nineteen seventy-one. John noticed his pierce taking on a different attitude. It seem like everyone. He met was more politically involved than he was an effort to stay close to them. He started to become more active as well. He attended meetings and had a key role in a protest at the wedding bureau. In early june though his own marriage hadn't worked out. Jones still believed in love and weddings. He felt strongly that. Lgbt people should have the same right to get married as anyone else. Two days after the protests as thoughts of romance in love still swirled in his mind. John matt twenty-four-year-old. Liz eaten john wolf through the crowded street. At the annual saint anthony's feast in little italy. The festival was packed and the aroma of fresh food hung in the air. Like an inviting cloud he wandered past the carts installs lost in the sea of faces for a while. No one caught his eye. Usually he'd see at least one or two perspective hookups. But today he wasn't.

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"john vanish" Discussed on Hey B*tch!

Hey B*tch!

06:31 min | 7 months ago

"john vanish" Discussed on Hey B*tch!

"About. I don't know why talking about number shape in a long pandemic with us. This is what happens. This is like this. Flies off the rails. I actually think. I have so much going on that. Like my brain turns to mush. When i actually have to talk about it because i'm like who would pick a day like we're looking at real estate in las vegas right now. I'm constantly checking the real estate to. I know i honestly don't don't like the stress of it is almost deterring me from moving and it'll just make you take. The houses are so dope in lush. You're looking at so. I just want like every time i changed my mind. I look at the houses again. I'm like nope. I gotta go back. I gotta go there So i'm doing that. And then also fostering like a bunch of cats and try to get them homes and dealing with ring. Were one of them got adopted. A one friend multi is house right before she went to like some internment camp. I went to nikki's house like ground zero or something totally misread. That train hosts store. Oh sorry it's really sad me boy. She's having by betas. Picking on jesse fucking love this bridge. Okay change a thing about nikki thousand right before that because we were going to work on some stuff first thing. She sits down and like. How's it going and she's like trying to hold back tears. Because she's i don't know if i made the right to own this new paisley. Yeah it was like. I should have sa- swayed her decision like she was going for this one kitten and the nice switched to take the other way when now i don't know i like made the wrong choice by no initially want. She wanted kalou. Which okay get ready guys fluids like a sweet sweet little girl. She's like constantly checking up on her siblings and her mom and stuff. She's very very sweet. She's very cuddly and stuff but she needs another cat and my friend is like. I don't want her to get attached to my other cat. Because i need a companion because my cat left me from roommates. I was like okay. Maybe this one over here again is. He's like super fucking chill boy anywhere you put them. He just wants to be their faces. Soak soak you. He's like so dufy looking and he looks like a stoner like so dufy and like adventurous and he has loud purrs but then after she left so she got she was like okay guinness. That's the one and then she left. And i was like to make the wrong choice because guinness kind of lakes my cats would if he actually gets attached to that cat and qaluwa wouldn't of gotten attached to catch her. It was a big long thing in my head. And i went on a walk with steve and i like cried on the walk and then just came over right after the walk and i was like. I'm fucking everything we're all. Existence is like adorable exhausting accurate way to describe the right choice like cute and then like we still have damaged. See the video later of the new mom with the category house like clearly they love each other but it helped having you over because you needed someone to be like shut up. Sounds like you made the right choice. Knows like okay. And then i went into it more neutral natural state owned when i dropped a cat off. I don't know why i can't talk and And then the key like loved it immediately. He came out of his little. Like i'm home. And then he likes snuggled her immediately. We'll do that. The universe with lead you to make the right. You don't have to worry so much. True many were s. But i don't think you should foster any more cats because you nothing is good for you to motionless actually cried with that cat left. Oh cry cry and no bitch yeah Yeah when he's going to have the hardest time. I think letting. Go of the cats because the ringworm was actually a good thing. Because then you have to prolong it. Yeah true who got a lot of cats though. The cats are out isn't worms. That's another question because from if they've only been in your house leaving my house and they're all right they did go to the vet and got like spades. So maybe something happened there. I don't know the remorse. Spores are super contagious. So i don't know how long they live but leasing kittens just always have issues other year. Older yeah my cat is just getting worse. He learned how to scale up the curtains windows from attacks from above now yeah randomly jumps on things now like i don't know and then now that it's colder. He wants to cuddle even more at night so last night. All i get in the middle of the night is just like okay get closer you off man like he just tries to get so i don't even know anymore probably a kiss right. Yeah i definitely got something nelly just to get some shots. So that's awesome because one of my cats. She recently in the last few months. She has been the most cuddly bitch ever. And as soon as casey i settle in and our beds and it's like okay time to go to sleep. We turn off the lights immediately. You hear her like john. Vanish comes in between us. And then i grabbed her. Like i manhandle her and then she likes it though and she's just like put her under the sheets and she just off like cuddling with her and then by the time. I'm about to fall asleep. It's like she tucks me or something because she's like you're sleeping okay. And she leaves does away jumped out which my voice. I thought it was a folk showed the boy. My my cat does this thing. We're like okay. Pretend the on the cat and you're like big spooning me okay. So i'm laura y'all got to watch this one. Every night Oh cute against knows. Yeah yeah so he does that. And that's how we falls fucking adorable..

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"john vanish" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

05:16 min | 7 months ago

"john vanish" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Suzy. It was the could only have been different. John so see. She's gone vanished. Just went out like i like going out. Yes like a life going out. Susie has never been born. Frank never existed funds worth dead. I understand but has the it is the price of freedom for the world. The whole future is different. I will go back to a world. I may not even know. Now stand back frank. I'm signaling for them to turn on the time transmitter and put me back to twenty two twenty eight back in my own time. They hear that they will be activating the apparatus. I'll be going in a moment. Tell people are not tell them. Anything may lock you up in a sanitarium. If you do remember the doctors will say farnsworth died of a heart attack there will be no coup. He has been murdered now the by pranks getting misty past. I can throw you john john. The by price by the happy with naval remember. I predicted you would be famous. Forget about us. Forget about god and the trunks everything they brought with them. Gone every just Well that's the story. Folks that happen justice afternoon. John and susie dean from the year. Twenty two twenty eight assassinated the man who would have become dictator. And i can't put in fact. I wouldn't even have told you this but maybe she thought we had to tell just before she went to the hospital. She made me promise the shock of what happens. Wellish hurry things up and we sent for the doctor right away. After john vanished. We heard your off. i'm. I'm waiting now for word that everything's all right and i decided i'd tell you the story while i waited this. He his excuse me telephone..

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"john vanish" Discussed on Locations Unknown

Locations Unknown

04:27 min | 1 year ago

"john vanish" Discussed on Locations Unknown

"At a detective assigned to the elite narcotics team was arrested for hiding one hundred and fifty thousand dollars in stolen by colleague. So there's your starting to get into that corrupt cop type stuff. Yeah, it started to change the narrative of what possibly could have happened. Now that to me is very believable You've seen this play out in a lot of big cities across the country I think of the. TR-. Yeah, the movies, but I mean even actual documentaries I can't remember the name of it now, but it. It follows these cops in new. York City I think in the eighties and similar kind of stuff they would steal money off of. Criminals during arrests. They were selling drugs and. All this kind of stuff and so. I can definitely. See something like that one possible theory to what happened to him. He got mixed up with the wrong people, and maybe he went to meet someone in. The Punch Bowl. And House went south and now he's. Missing all right well I'M GONNA. Keep going. Don't don't don't so. It shut just yet, Mike. You hear a lot more information. Okay, then I wanna I wanNA get a raw. Read from you before I tell you what I think right a few days after John Vanish, a woman linked to antelope. Outlaw bikers called the sheriff's Department to report. She'd heard that John had come across a meth lab and was taken care of quote unquote. Then a tip came in from an informant who said a biker dealer claim that. After the deputy discovered something on his job, he was going to be a hero and was taken care of before being put in a whole. Okay separate investigations by the FBI by Sheriff's Homicide Detective in Operation Silent Thunder Drug Task Force which John had been part of turned up similar intelligence years later. John's former boss Mike. Bauer began to suspect that a different deputy. Someone who's now retired had murdered John. There were plenty of stories, but none were confirmed a woman claimed to know where his body was buried in a man contacted taskforce saying he was present when the deputy was murdered, a third person reported seeing John returned to his truck in the devil's punchbowl parking lot at dusk before walking back out with his backpack in the in the direction of two armed bikers. The witness then heard screaming. Deputy Randall Randall.

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"john vanish" Discussed on Crimes of Passion

Crimes of Passion

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"john vanish" Discussed on Crimes of Passion

"In that clip from female criminals Gertrude Vanish Hausky. Her children and children from the neighborhood repeatedly tortured. Sylvia Likens finally on October Twenty Sixth Nineteen Sixty Five. Sylvia died from her injuries gertrude. Her Children Paula and John and neighborhood. Children Richard Hobbs and Coy Hubbard. Were all tried for participating in Sylvia's murder Gertrude. And Paul about a shift ski were sentenced to life imprisonment. And Richard. Hobbs Klay Hubbard and John Vanish at Ski Junior. Each received sentences of two twenty one years to this day. There is debate over the motives of the children. Who Tortured Silvio? Perhaps they participated due to mob psychology. Perhaps they enjoyed the torment inflicted. Or perhaps they were so afraid of Gertrude. They wished to avoid Herath of course while their motivations were complex and unknown sometimes torture as motives are all too clear. What happens when someone tortures their victim for the thrill alone coming up the horrifying torture tactics of the toolbox killer David Parker Ray. Podcast has an incredible new series aimed. Brighten your days end? Renew your outlook on life. It's called daily quote and it's a quick two to three minute daily podcast for you to get inspired by through the hustle and bustle and stresses of life. Finding the path positively has never been more crucial and the more fulfilled. Feel the more grounded you become. Every day on daily quote you'll be given a quote meant to motivate and Uplift. You'll also dive deeper into the context surrounding the quote learning more about its origin and the meaning behind it. There have already been so many great quotes feature that. It's hard to choose my favorite but for me the quote quota probably sticks out the most is from beloved TV legend. Fred Rogers. It really was a special episode. So whether you're jumpstarting the morning searching for that midday pick me up or trying to finish the evening off strong daily quote offer. Some of history's most inspirational quotes. Need them three hundred and sixty five days a year? Follow daily quote free on spotify. Or wherever you get your podcasts. Now back to the show. Murder is a horrific crime when it's accompanied by torture it becomes especially heinous in fact. Tortures murders are so brutal. United States law includes torture as something that makes a criminal eligible for the death penalty. Our NEXT CLIP from serial killers highlights killer. Who MADE TORTURE A game? David Parker Ray created a soundproof trailer which he called his toy box complete with a collection of pulleys saws and surgical blades. He used to torture his dozens.

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"john vanish" Discussed on Kotaku Splitscreen

Kotaku Splitscreen

09:38 min | 1 year ago

"john vanish" Discussed on Kotaku Splitscreen

"Welcome back to Kentucky split-screen. My name is Kirk Hamilton. I'm so glad that you're are here. I'm also so glad that my co host is here. That Co host of course is maddy. Myers hello matty Hello Kirk. It's me nice to see and it's only me me that is that's all you get today. That's true so for the next few weeks Jason. China of course is on a leave. He's finishing his book and taking care of his child and living. His distractions no distractions from either of those things noting. This show saying he is distracted by you know like maybe deming us about yeah. No that definitely hasn't happened. We haven't heard from him. It's like John Vanish from the face of the earth. So it's you and me this week. We're doing split-screen. We'll I'll have some guests on. I think over the next few episodes though. We're going to be reading a bunch of listener emails on this episode. which fun be great it is it is going to be great eight you guys yeah? Listeners had a lot of a lot of tales of triumph triumph versus the mall. I'm really excited for them sarcastic. But it's not it was very uplifting to read all these emails so they were good. Hopefully we'll get through all of them on the show but that is for later. First of all we're GONNA talk about the game. We're playing but first a few things did you see. Did you see that Mr Peanut died. I did I did see that. I didn't see anything else about it but I did see that Mr Peanut died and I don't know all right I I you know I so I don't like Mr Pena. I realized this when I saw this I just never liked the guy with this fucking monocle. He just seems kind of like Lord of industry or something right right right. Yeah Down Down with Mr Peanut right dad with brands and their marketing schemes. Exactly what Kirk Hamilton says to all of this. That's me me and I kinda class. They don't believe in the system man. I think this is weird I'm curious now. It raises some questions. This is going to be an answer. Apparently the super bowl I did see. There's a tweet from Patrick Monahan. That's been going around on twitter. Saying Mr Peanut isn't hell. He spent decades as a smiling face of a company that sold the boiled interested corpses of his his people as a snack which is fair. I think accurate so there is that it's always it's it's like how the EMINEM EMINEM's properly terrified at the prospect of it. Don't don't ask me to cite that in any way I couldn't like give you an example of how that's that's true but there's just have an aura about them that says no they're doing it under duress whereas Mr Peanut seemed really happy about Asian anytime the mascot for a thing is the thing that you're going to be eating like this is like A. Oh man okay. I'm thinking this through. I feel like there are M ads. Where the EMINEM 's get scared of being eaten which sort of perverse like whoever pitched that ad campaign must've been like? Don't worry it'll work people don't think about it too hard and they'll still have. Im's uh-huh but I'm thinking about that Chick-fil-a like ad campaign where the cows right where the cows. They're not eaten. Yes yeah man. ADS are weird. You know we could just have a whole show about how weird ads are weird as especially ads for food. I'm wondering what other brands might die like. Do you think that. Like sonic or Mario uh-huh could die. Like Nintendo could just announced Luigi died. I thought gee immediately that's true. You're wasn't technically intentional. That was like part. Take the advertising campaign for Luigi Manchester. It's just funny. And everyone seized upon it and talked about how Luigi so that was a AH chasing her an article right our our. AP Luigi whatever year to twenty one thousand nine or whatever. I don't remember when we was born. I'm sorry I haven't haven't memorized that. Fact isn't Nintendo hundreds of years old. So I think so I think Luigi is like many thousands of years old so it was actually quite sad when he died perhaps kind end of ageless major like an epochal shift early for everybody. I forgotten about Louis Dying. That's a very good point that's similar. There is some video game news. We should probably talk to. There's not a ton of news so we're GonNa talk about games and read. A read mails from people. A couple of pieces of news wellbeing piece of news is another big delay in that. Is that Dying light to again that I'm actually very excited for sequel to the very good dying late one one of those games that sort sort of flew under the radar but is like an excellent game. Just got better and better. Every time I was like for it is now delayed. I think indefinitely. They're just like it's not coming out guys coming coming out in the spring. This thing is hard to make. WE'RE NOT GONNA put a year on it. We're just going to say right. Wait wait for it. You know. It'll be good we promise so. That's another delay. It seemed like it does seem like this. Spring has kind of changed. Yeah like there was it. Was this vibe of like okay with cyberpunk especially hanging over everything this feeling of. Oh God we have this brief three month period to catch up on stuff we missed from last year and then I should just going to go crazy. And it's just GonNa be wild all the way until the Newcastle's come out at the end of the year. Yeah but now. It's maybe not so much that I mean final fantasy and it's kind of like well. Maybe it'll be chilly. Maybe we'll just play do maternal for a really long time really enjoy it really. Enjoy the heck out of Yeah I'm kind of on board with that with more time to play things like I'm enjoying already taking this time to catch up on things and save will be good and then final fantasy I was. It's just like a month and like they can take as long as frigging need on cyberpunk Jillian hours long. It is so yeah. I'm all right with that. I do want to point readers the to another article that will make them feel somewhat conflicted about their favorite hobby. Yeah which is sort of what we're all about here is split. Screen is both celebrating Games. And making you weird about him. The less cool things about how they're made on Jason Publish this good article before he left about crunch and delays days. And how. It's easy to look at a delay and think. Oh Great. Well that means they won't have to crunch and there have been times where I'm thinking. I think maybe Bungee did this. And I don't know if this is like true or not in this specific case but we're developers will say over delaying the game because we don't want to kill all the workers getting done for this but the the truth matter is really that in a lot of cases Jason points out in this article and all the people talk to link this and shuts. It means. You're going to crunch for like this whole in been crunching to try to make the deadline. And now you're gonNA bring you. which is you've yeah so so you know? It's not as simple as that. Obviously also not everyone crunches the same and they're probably times where they say no. We really do want you to not kill yourselves doing this. So hopefully you know as well hopefully what becomes okay for delays to last longer I guess could crunch less even while they're trying to continue to Polish game or maybe we all just accept that games take longer to make are more expensive to make as a result in. That's just not going to happen. That would mean games would be more expensive and that'll never happen. You know I think I started with hopefully maybe I can analysts on a more. No I tried to do it too. I can kind of get their weight. I can get there so so I do think okay. So as the as the audience of like just your average Gamer has has become more aware that a delay is a good thing like every time a game is delayed. Now I'll see people acknowledging like. Oh this is good. This will make better. That's not really tied to labor conditions or anything it's just like an acknowledgement that crunch there. Sorry that delay means the game is going to be better. That is like a shifting perspective among the general populace. And that's nice to see. I would agree with that. As opposed to just the disappointment appointment that I feel like I used to see it would just be like Oh really changed so if that can shift may be other things can shift as well like it is. It's nice nice to see changes any point because I think the way we think about and talk about the way these Games are made is probably doesn't need to change does need to be something. More people are aware of so. That's helpful and and a good article to read so go check out Jason's article about that and one other piece of news. And that is that there is a witcher anime movie coming out on Net flicks and it just discussed about it. You haven't watched the witcher yet. I haven't yet I I would like to. It's good you know why. Why have it be an anime? Why that why? I think it's going to be like a standalone thing like it's just a movie and the show is so good. Why not have it be different? The thing that's animated right. I think the since the show is basically adapting the books and is kind of doing like an existing stolen imagining at some point. They'll go off on their own thing but right. Now they're just book adaptations. I think the movie is going to be a whole original story. Totally separate from the hilarious in and of itself. It's like well we just adapted the witcher. What if we adopted it again in a completely different format but like right away like we're not gonNA wait a couple years? Apparently it's this huge hit for Netflix. Like watching it and people are like. It's like one of their most I think they said it's like their most successful original premier ever which is cool I disliked that the witcher this like ultra through a nerdy thing that I'm really into is now like suddenly in the case like yeah everyone's talking about it like people are really into it and that makes me very happy. They actually released the Song I put. The I played this song. Toss a coin to your which are like gestures behind when I was talking about that last last night but that's is frigging total earworm. It gets smash hit. Everyone is saying yeah including me and I haven't even seen the show catches.

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"john vanish" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

08:14 min | 1 year ago

"john vanish" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"And require school bus drivers to have a CDL with the special school bus endorsement I look forward to hearing from our witnesses about ways that we can make our school age children safer as they wait for load and unload and ride a school bus. and with that I want to thank our witnesses for being with us this morning. and I look forward to hearing their testimony and. I yield back to. the chair recognizes. I'm pleased to to recognize the ranking member Mister defies sales asked if he has an opening statement. well I think it became chairman thank you. you know we this our second safety hearing of the year a leading up to re authorization and you know the first hearing we heard testimony about highway fatalities hundred people die and every day in motor vehicle accidents that's life every fifteen minutes thirty seven thousand one hundred and thirty three in two thousand seventeen and we need to look at ways to reduce does the calories obviously we're doing a lot better with the the transportation of our precious kids on their way to and from school on school buses but it's not perfect. we will hear some conflicting testimony today and I and I would hope that members of the panel might depart from there prepared remarks and respond to us someone who goes earlier for instance Mister Benesch from the end and as TA is going to come out quite strongly against any a federal mandate on school buses of four of us seat belts and yet the NTSB is going to talk about what they see as a and have felt for some time a need for a lap and shoulder and and then we're gonna hear from chief Fulton about out of Jersey is doing what others say is not possible because of C. configuration size of children in Latin though that'll be an interesting contrast I think there's much more substantial agreement on you know what finding ways to better identify the bad apples out there of those who have had poor driving records those have had significant health issues and and other things than there I've been states that have moved forward with much more prognostication New Jersey I think is on a daily basis any violations by school bus drivers and so looking at the you know the national CDL registry and other things that the federal government does control you know might provide some benefit in those areas so you know I look forward to the testimony and this will help instructors on whether or not we need to include any new provisions in the service transportation reauthorization which I expect to have done hopefully by early next year with that I yield back the balance of my time. thank you chairman the pharmacy and I know that that the Majority Leader says that it will be a proud infrastructure and maybe this hearing will provide us with more. with it with information that could be included in any new bill I did not use all of my time and I am pleased healed my remaining time. two point five minutes to Mr Cohen who has had an experience that I think is the best way to lead off of this hearing I yield my good friend from Tennessee. two and a half minutes thank you madam chair in twenty sixteen they weren't forced to school bus crashes there were most notable in the country one was in Baltimore and one was in Chattanooga my home state total twelve children were killed in in Chattanooga there were six children killed and twenty injured after those crashes this national transportation safety board issued a series of safety recommendations the highway traffic safety administration and that was great and they issue them for them to the administration of the station from school bus safety one of the recommendations included the station an act laws have all new large school bus three point seat belts other recommendations included safety measures such as inclusion of collision avoidance systems and automatic emergency braking technology. sadly and unfortunately in. unfathomable the national highway transportation safety administration is not initiated the process to enshrine any of these life saving measures in the federal regulation and while I have no idea they shouldn't. he should have acted before this today I introduced HR thirty nine fifty nine the school bus safety act was center for Tammy Duckworth which implement those recommendations to make school buses safer by ensuring that all seat belts that we had every seat and buses are quick to stability control automatic braking system it also includes fire protection standards as your price will buses to be quick of fire suppression systems residential fires a different ability create a grant program to help school districts modify school buses to meet these a few modifications I'm hopeful Congress will work to enact these long overdue measures there's no more precious cargo that our children and our schoolchildren whenever there's an accident I've been trying to do this since I was a state senator I know it's difficult to get beyond the industries but it's something we need to do and school and safety belts will save lives are you back I thank the chairman for a time. I thank the gentleman from Tennessee I ask unanimous consent that chair be authorized to clear recesses during today's hearing without objection so ordered I also ask unanimous consent that members not on the subcommittee movement. to sit with the subcommittee at today's hearings hearing and ask questions I'm going to. introduce the panel of witnesses but before I introduce them ongoing Nielsen Mister Davis to introduce Mister John vanish. thank you madam chair please introduce John Bennis junior the president of the national school transportation association and a resident of the great state of Illinois. John thanks for testifying today and thank you for all of the commendable work you in the other bus operators do in keeping our kids safe the overwhelming number of kids to travel safely back and forth to our schools every day on your school buses ought to also be commended we ought to address the issues in transportation safety regarding school buses and other modes of transportation but let's not ever forget the fact that. that there is an overwhelming amount of students. the overwhelming majority that arrive safely go home safely and do it again the next day until they graduate high school like my kids did this year so no more school buses for me for a while but thanks for your service and thanks for being here today. well thank you Mister Davis I'm sipping a run down the names of the witnesses and then call the first witness please welcome the honorable Andrew J. a clean house chairman of joint standing committee on transportation Maine state legislature who is here on behalf of the national conference of state legislatures. in addition the honorable Brenda Sault.

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"john vanish" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"john vanish" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"I'm Richard Thomas in a couple of hours president trump will address the nation about the mass shootings in el Paso and date White House correspondent Greg cooks in a statement late yesterday afternoon the president denounced the weekend violence has no place in our country he said mass shootings have been a long running problem in America there's been going on for years in our culture we have to get it stopped ahead of his plan remarks today Mr trump has spoken with the Attorney General the director of the FBI the governors of Texas and Ohio and members of Congress twenty people were killed in the Texas attack nine people died in the Ohio shootings authorities say the twenty one year old suspect in the el Paso Walmart attack may have been motivated by racial hatred el Paso police chief Greg Allen says investigators are working to confirm whether a racist anti immigrant screed posted online shortly before the shooting was written by the suspect we have to attribute that manifesto directly to him the US attorney for the western district of Texas John vanish since the shooting is being treated as a domestic terrorist case this makes it it appears to be designed to intimidate a civilian population to say the least el Paso district attorney high me Esparza says the suspect also will face a state charge of capital murder though he is eligible for the death penalty we will seek the death penalty that report from correspondent Mike Hampton Dayton police shot and killed the twenty four year old gunman who carried out that attack and say that right now they have no motive visuals memorializing the victims have been held both in Dayton and in el Paso on wallstreet this morning stock futures deep in the red right now Dow futures are down about three hundred forty one points S. and P. futures off thirty nine nasdaq futures down one hundred thirty seven points more on these stories a town hall dot com when it comes to your pain many of you might be skeptical.

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"john vanish" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"john vanish" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Dot com shooter killed nine people injuring dozens when he opened fire early Sunday in a popular entertainment area of Dayton Ohio speaking at a news conference date and merit man Whaley says officers managed to reach the scene less than a minute after the gunman began shooting the shooter was able to kill nine people and injured twenty six in less than a minute and if we did not have police in the Oregon district and the thousands of people in the Oregon district enjoying a Saturday evening what we could have had in the city meanwhile the suspect in the shooting that killed twenty people in a crowded el Paso Texas shopping area could face the death penalty if he's convicted here's correspondent my Campanella Paso police chief Greg Allen says investigators are working to confirm whether a racist anti immigrant screed posted online shortly before the shooting was written by the suspect we have to attribute that manifests will directly to him the US attorney for the western district of Texas John vanish since the shooting is being treated as a domestic terrorist case this makes it it appears to be designed to intimidate a civilian population to say the least el Paso district attorney high me Esparza says the suspect also will face a state charge of capital murder though he is eligible for the death penalty we will seek the death penalty I'm Mike Kempen rainy and forces seized a ship in the Persian Gulf suspected of carrying smuggled fuel state media reported Sunday a spokesman for Mitch McConnell says that the Senate Majority Leader tripped outside of his home in Kentucky suffering a shoulder fracture David Papa spokesman for.

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"john vanish" Discussed on Female Criminals

Female Criminals

04:59 min | 2 years ago

"john vanish" Discussed on Female Criminals

"In July, nineteen sixty five sixteen year old Sylvia likens and her fifteen year old sister, Jenny were taken in by single mother. Gertrude banish chefs ski by Tober Sylvia was dead, Sylvia. Endured months of abuse, torture and mutilation before she was killed Gertrude instigated much of the abuse. But what makes this crime more incomprehensible is that several of the banish Heff ski children as well as friends and neighborhood children had tortured and hurt Sylvia as well. On many occasions. Neighbors heard screams coming from the house, but didn't wanna pry several people learned about the escalating abuse. But they didn't know how bad it was or got it wasn't their business to ask Sylvia and Jenny even had opportunities to get help or escape, but they never went through with it in this. Episode will talk about Gertrude banish, chefs key and Sylvia likens their past in their circumstances. And the first few months of Sylvia's day at the banner chef ski home will sift through what might have motivated Gertrude behavior. And why Sylvia didn't simply get help or run away. In part two will piece together what happened to Sylvia during the last few weeks of her life, then we'll cover the trial of the six defendants sentenced for murder and manslaughter, including Gertrude, two of her children and three other neighbors. Gertrude banish. Chefs key was born Gertrude Nadine van Foshan in nineteen twenty nine little is known about her childhood, though, she was said to have a close bond with her father, but a distant relationship with her mother when she was eleven Gertrude witnessed the sudden death of her father when he suffered a heart attack before Vanessa talks about Gertrude psychology as she will throughout this episode. I brief disclaimer Vanessa is not a licensed psychologist or psychiatrist, but she has done a lot of research for the show. Multiple studies have shown associations between childhood trauma and later, psychological, distress psychiatric disorders and depression. A traumatic experience is according to the American psychiatric association one that threatens death or injury to self or others and elicits intense. Feelings of fear helplessness or horror examples of traumatic events include physical or sexual abuse. Use combat witnessing violence or disaster. Or the sudden death of a loved one Gertrude witnessing her father's death at such a young age might have influenced her later, psychological issues when Gertrude was sixteen. She dropped out of high school to marry eighteen-year-old police deputy, John banish chefs gay and the following years. John worked as a police officer and Gertrude clerked drugstores and dime stores Gertrude and John had four children during this time Paula Stephanie Johnny and Marie John senior had a violent temper and would often beat her true. If you felt she was annoying him after the birth of her second daughter, Stephanie in nineteen fifty Gertrude had what was at the time called a nervous breakdown. She was admitted to a hospital for two weeks mostly because she wasn't eating enough and had become dehydrated. According to psychiatrist, Dr Gail Saltz. The term nervous breakdown was used. Decades ago to describe symptoms like depression, anxiety and even psychosis that seriously impair function in the nineteen fifties. Women with postpartum depression were often given the diagnosis of nervous breakdown. According to the National Institute of mental health postpartum, depression is a mood disorder that affects fifteen percent of women after childbirth when levels of the hormones estrogen and progesterone quickly drop. This leads to chemical changes in the brain causing symptoms like mood. Swings. Feeling sad. Empty are overwhelmed. Eating too little and experiencing anger rage. A woman is more at risk of she has a lack of strong emotional support from her partner or family this appeared to have been the case for Gertrude after ten years of marriage in nineteen fifty five Gertrude and John divorced Gertrude. Was granted custody of the children within a year. She married another man named Edward. Guthrie? This marriage was short lived lasting only, six months. Guthrie divorced protrude. When he tired of having her children around shortly, thereafter Gertrude, and John vanish chef ski started living together again, but never formally remarried. We don't know why Gertrude and John reconnected, but Gertrude as a single mother with four children to take care of and no job skills likely needed to rely on a partner as her only means of.

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"john vanish" Discussed on Motorsport Radio

Motorsport Radio

04:38 min | 3 years ago

"john vanish" Discussed on Motorsport Radio

"Eleventh ahead of harassing Cosby Harrison soy Jimmy porn and violence running in the points for now. Hold on the Bank. Money or prince in the mine Hitchcock was going to be very much like it was as well in the warm full drawing volume, their their Eddie really wants. Another great result Emmanuel Brinson. Almost all vying Haycock into turn the mistakes drivers coke. As third in this championship is only one point behind the runner up position coming by minute. I wonder menu Brinson be getting past ROY Hitchcock before you're shaving up. Hang on to second place in the championship. James Cook ready. Hundred tested weekend hat trick of victories. If you put the flag out now, just Bannister is by no means done just yet offer. Second is very, very little in it. The only ones. But they are. Side of the fifty. Two second bracket both stop on the laws around James Cook fifty three zero zero. Three choices. Brinton has look at Ron Hayes. Played up flick left now through full. That's the place you can set to move up its cost yourself physician at the. He should that back in fifth place waiting to pick up the pieces if they should be any left for him at the moment, your latest James Cook and Josh Spanish. The way white clay of the rest of the chain of nearly knowing seconds by this points, pain Dylan Mellon getting close to one another four, six and seven, enjoying some good Basel's over the last few as me things have those powering the subtly trying to keep it up as well. Great to see Mason jumps and also a good results in the moment. Eight, some troubles anyone in the season, but is doing very well running in a great position at the moment. Then six hundred full of ice lead ten point, three seconds for third place, but it's old five because at the end side turn number three. Got a great run out of turn a manual Brinson. Troy's to have a look back through turned five but isn't quite enough, and he's contend with full places into third place may to me full corners. Fantastic. Sof from the number one on four set the perfectly Keiko scarves earlier ten, six, straight three. Knowing messing into that place. Boy will not be on his as they head into the came. The all in about, oh, has changed his phone that had. Had foreign head coach on the money and warm second now splitting the leading to James ahead of just Bannister buyer second now, but the big vessel is co authored by has been saying, shy, starts dot, lost. Faith. Third looks like on your Pinson once four fight, Ron Hitchcock. This holiday style on that run hits the brakes off. That was at turn. Turn five bursting down towards turns sakes, proper scrapped fall far. No physician on the roster. Mine hates At the shy. shy one say manual Brin, arguably needs it for that second place in the championship as looking priory insecure Ernie really describe movers slow e Winston chasing all my three white. They wherever you are going into turn three Ryan, hedge coke left there as late as he died on the brakes around the physician didn't get any moves made on his return. So he stays and overturns banks spend search engine place. Eddie say north contents without particular position, like three ten to gain and you and I, it's not life. Enjoy finest fifty. Two point nine, five, five closing the gap by quarter of a second still side-by-side entertained, three returns to third place. Groin needs coke. No way to respond. Manual Brinton. Try to us not to could affect couldn't point to remains in fifth place, but through turn seven, eight hundred eighty eight. Say back into third place expression. The gloves are off. Comes to mind. Now for this for the final will stream position just got get through traffic, tie destroyed Campbell as one of them on the inside idea might just might this work closed as they come to into the right time. The now shy has that advantage Emmanuel Brinton has been the writer to lose out in the most that, but your leaders, James and John vanished up..

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"john vanish" Discussed on The Industry

The Industry

04:08 min | 3 years ago

"john vanish" Discussed on The Industry

"I said, he doesn't, and he says, and I'm sitting in about just so intense. The next thing you know, these people started to plot in the fucking restaurant gift. We gotta do this movie. Yes. Said yet for Keegan, the Joseph Kennedy in the story, he cast John Houston as an actor. He's probably best remembered as Faye Dunaway his father in Chinatown. But Houston is really remembered as the director of a number of movies like the man who would be king. The Maltese, falcon key Largo, the treasure of the Sierra Madre which featured his father, Walter Huston creek Canada, John leaving LA. We went to the Santa Monica airport, which is where we left with the helicopter, and we were sitting there and get ready to having a coffee in the little tiny room next and after a pad and the guy comes over and says time. San or your father great act in Johnson? Yes, it was. Yes, he was. Just never forget that moment because. Like John vanished, everything. Vantage John was talking about his father and Houston. It also directed Jeff bridges in the movie fat city. So there was a connection between those two and Richard would also go on to cast sterling Hayden, ally, Wallich and Anthony, Perkins, Tony Perkins anyway, shows up in the office and he cutting pregnancy brings in his, you know, beautiful English bicycle, and he brings it right into and he's wearing very tight close and a little kind of cap like a jockey. So I start to talk to him the character and how he would be, you know what it was about that it out and all that. It's just like, no, my knowing that we should hide making mention why you would want me in this movie peace. But why should I want to be in this movie because you couldn't think of anybody else who could do it better? Could you know? I said, well, that's why. So why don't you come to the either? You know, I'm on Broadway right now said, yes, I'm starting in equa session. Yes. He said, honoring a a ticket at the box in next thing. I know I'm in Tony, Perkins dressing room. So he's taking off the Greeks papers, things. He said, you know, Bill sit in that in the second act, there's only two ways that speech and said, I was getting laughs the weeks. I was getting last. You said it, I stopped getting them. What do you think about that? I just thought getting elapsed and I realized that some kind of a fuck and test. So you were getting all these laps and then you stop getting them. You said? Yes, you still thinking, well, we'll you listening for them. Then. Jimmy, I said, did you start to listen for the last. Without affecting your speech is looks throws down this thing because it follow me. Now ago you think of is that getting block it out the dressing room, and we walk right through the lobby and there's still people around and stuff and what right time thing. And he walks right backstage right onto the stage of the theatre where all the rooks were for the horses stops me right in the stage in the center of the stage and looks at me, and he looks around and I love to hear you. Absolutely. He said, could been just like he did in the movie actually with that spin, here's and walk straight off the team lead me fannin there and it'd be walked out the door. He said, call Niaga in in the morning. With things falling into place. He also was able to get Ralph meeker to shear him a foodie, Dorothy Malone Richard Boone. And for his leading lady, a journalist at bridges character is absolutely mad about he cast an unknown actress, Belinda Bauer who would not only be bridges leading lady, but also be in a relationship with Richard soon after as well. Benny Chevenez and just off Park Avenue sixty second apartment Brownstone. And I remember, you know, I was with her on her sofa and we were romantically involved in at they..

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"john vanish" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:30 min | 4 years ago

"john vanish" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Supporters include apple music presenting clive davis the soundtrack of our lives a documentary from rock in the '60s to the rise of hiphop led by clive davis interviews with bruce springsteen aretha franklin and more now playing at ifc center on saturdays wnyc is all about the stories stories about the day's news i'm not just wanted to willy nilly make generalizations about an entire group of people based on my feelings on stories that transport here on the bus to school there was this hugo will be there said larisa of lows in the book named jerry and that was usually what i would do the news you want the break you need saturdays on 939 fm w n y c as your chatham pat a man bamut john vanished chatumongkol said his day let's get surge rose to sing a song all right so phan been singing songs together for quite a long time now we have an it's always wonderful to get to deal with you all a fullforward every time.

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