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"lorena bobbitt" Discussed on Pod Dirty to Me
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"lorena bobbitt" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Around Virginia in the Washington DC metropolitan area today. They Virginia state house plans on taking up a bundled package of new gun control legislation after the horrible, massacre of innocent, people Virginia Beach last Friday. They the thing is there was no assault weapon, there was no bump stock, which are already banned, even though old Kirsten gillibrand wants to ban bump stocks now that they've already been banned. She's a bright one that when she's running for president. It's a pretty good Michael pointed out yesterday. That's it's probably smart politics, to announce that you're going to ban something that's already been banned nationwide. Because then it's I, hey look already done. Look how fast I got that I am. Good man. I got it done retroactively. It was done before. I even thought of it being done Trump did it, somebody else, did it bump stocks, but they Democrats, and I think there's one Republican going along with it so far in the, the state house in Virginia and Richmond. So the news media focuses on that one Republican, that's how you become a here out of the news media. If you're a Republican, you go over the democrat side, and for whatever period, you're helping the Democrats here here on the news media, then when they're done with you. They throw you out the car window, like Lorena Bobbitt. Since not that obscure references it. I'm not sure but they're planning on taking up as several gun control. Bills. And I just end it is just the Democrats say they see people were killed a horrible tragedy. They're not going to let it go to waste. They're going to pounce and take advantage and try to advance their already existing agenda using the dead, bodies that really in the in the end, they're anti second amendment their anti Bill of rights era, type first amendment their anti fourth amendment their anti tenth amendment there. They don't believe in our system of government. They don't like the electoral college that don't like the filibuster. They don't like the Senate. They don't like the states. They, they like Davos and the George Sarah, some Tom Steyer, and they like dictators really is what they what they want is, you know, dictators to dictate to them. That's what darla. Let's say. So they Democrats are planning to take gun control. Now, here's the thing is a twelve people were horribly murdered by this, this animal, who was shot to death by the police, and his what is, is registered democrat. He was a government employee. He had to legally purchased handguns and he was in a gun free zone. How many more bills are you going to pass? What, what kind of Bill, you're going to pass that would have prevented this from happening the answer as their una bills? They passed prevent this from happening, other than eliminating the second amendment, and you're right to keep and bear arms. That is in the end their ultimate goal. They see this tragedy in Virginia Beach. They immediately pounce like jackals as the second time today with the jackals, but keeps coming up, and they're, they're seeking to slaked their thirst on the blood of the debt, and, and they want to advance their political agenda, and what are your gun controls that you plan on on? What, what, what no handguns because that did that in Chicago. And Chicago had there I talked about it yesterday over the weekend. At least fifty people shot at least ten killed and a couple. The killed were not even shot. They were stabbed. But you recall the stabbings in London by the psychotic, troglodyte s- from medieval hell known as she hotties, and what did the idiot con that was city con who's attacking President Trump? Now, he wanted to put restrictions on knives. I'm not even kidding these restriction somebody used a number two pencil to kill ya. Now from now on only number one pencils. Can you find a number one pencil? Yes, other planning on an Ralph north is out. You know, the clansman over there has been in hiding in the witness protection program, he travels by tunnel and when he goes out he wears it a skies. I understand, don't tell anybody, but I hear it's black face as I understand it. I don't know anybody ever tried that. But you cannot get shoe polish off. Yeah, that's there's the governor of Virginia areas is the, the Guber of the Commonwealth Virginia. He's a democrat just like the Democrats of the old days. You know what I mean? Democrats, they all days. They got to rewrite that they got to rewrite that whole thing because of corrupt people at the Washington Post the New York Times and an academic. They just wrote their whole history out of our history. They just there's, there's no mention that these are all Democrats every racist thing in the history of the world wasn't American democrat. I am slightly there but just for a fact just a little bit. Now, speaking of Democrats, and liberals everywhere. Dodgeball, isn't just problematic. It's an unethical tool of oppression. That's what I said, this is this is in the news today. This is a big news story because they, you know, they're in journalism. That's what they do. Thousands of academics are gathering in Vancouver. That's in Canada. It's another country altogether. For the annual congress of the humanities, and social sciences from June first June seventh they will present papers on everything from child marriage in Canada, therefore it, if you know, your culture, requires it like Roman Polanski's culture that Harvey Weinstein's culture. Well, maybe not maybe not I'm not sure they'll have to ask him about that. Two. Why dodge, dodgeball as problematic and oh, the humanities. That's a funny. Oh, the humanities series at the national post showcase. Some of the most interesting research, the games children play and school, yards are famously horrible. If you stop and think about them, this is what they're writing. This is these these academics. We're doomed doomed. I say really they're raising a generation of the Eli who will be subjugated under the hobnailed Maka sin of radical Islam convert or die. Democrats are basically already converting tag for example. Here's what they're tag tag. You're it tag. You're it tag. For example, singles out one poor participant, often the slowest child. Sure. That's the fun of the whole thing is chasing him down. As the dehumanized it, you see your it. They wanna get rid of tag because it dehumanizes the one, usually the slowest shout that really it's fun to be because you can get away from all the slow kids, and they can never catch your uncircumcised around him. And you laugh and you have a lot of good time and everybody has fun except for you losers. And this is this is a world that is increasingly being run by losers by wimps and geeks. And I got nothing against we wimps and geeks and losers. We should protect the wimps and the geeks and the losers from the terrible people in the world. That's why you know, you should be on our team because we're the good guys then these things you learn in school yards to just by the way. But here's their writing tag, for example, singles out one poor participant, often the slowest child as the dehumanized it who runs vainly in pursuit of the quicker ones capture. The flag is nakedly militaristic. Capture the flag nakedly militaristic. We're going to render ourselves utterly defenseless as a culture because these people are running our children into the ground. They're going to be useless knobs, our children. They're going to grow up, when they're adults useless and whiny Wimpy can't get up off their lazy bony butts throw a ball at him. And they just dropped to the ground and cringe and say. I can't catch a ball a pig died to make that ball. British bulldog. I don't even know what that is. But that's this is Canada has has what is it? Obvious jingoistic, colonial themes red ass. I don't know what that is. But I think they play that Anthony Weiner house known in America has butts up still never heard of it involves deliberate imposition of corporal punishment on losers. Thank you, sir. May I have another? But none rouse. The passions of reform minded, educational progressives, quite like dodge ball, the team sport in which players throw balls at each other trying to hit their competitors and banish them to the sidelines of shame. When a Canadian society the Canadian society for the study of education meets in Vancouver at the congress of humanities, and social sciences, a trio of education, theorists. Theorists are right. Will argue that dodgeball is not only problematic in the modern sense of displaying hierarchies of privilege based on athletic skill. But that it's outright, mis educative mis educative. They're inventing new words for their victimization. These people are sad and tragic, people, aren't they dodgeball, is not just unhelpful to the development of kind and gentle children, who become decent citizens of liberal democracy. It has actively harmful to this process. They say, dodgeball is a tool of oppression. Honestly, you are all worthless and weak. If you subscribe to this. That's fine. Just stay home and shut up and stop bothering Manley people and and Manley women. They're not even Manley just girls and boys are having fun. Having a good time, just because you're pathetic and weak. The rest of us don't have to go there with you do we, yes, you do. Someone out there in the world is a Brazilian child with a game of dodgeball. And I can't sleep till it ends. Giga gay gay. Wow. You people are really, you know what? Just stay in Canada. Okay. Just just you're not welcome here. Just stay. What about hockey hockey must be crazy crashing into the boards, people wear helmets? They were shoulder pets. They have shoes. No boots with big blades on them. Did you see that goalie? Get his throat cut like twenty years ago. Come on. You wanna talk oppression. Horrifying. You remember that it was it was rough. I you know, and you know what liberals do they just take the blades off the skates, and you'd have to walk down to the goal. Hey, he's a good Walker Leuke can walk backward. That's great stuff. Okay. The marginalization the powerlessness helplessness of those perceived as weaker individuals. Honestly, I was thinking about this the other day when I was walking around the week. Pathetic Wimpy geeks of the world have. And again, I've got nothing against the week, pathetic Wimpy gigs of the world. We should protect the weak pathetic whippy geeks of the world because you know, they need protection. And we shouldn't be mean to them. We should protect them. And if the kid doesn't wanna play, dodgeball, nobody's making anybody played, dodgeball. Oh, there's social pressure. There's peer pressure. How Wimpy are you just how we are you? Honestly, maybe I don't know. Maybe we should send your mother back to Planned Parenthood with you. See if we can straighten this out to preemptive action. I know it's after the fact but what the hey. It's a tool of oppression. Trump and give me twenty honestly. That's I don't think they drop and give you two that it down and check and just, just drop and give me twenty seconds laying perfectly still, and we'll call that a win for you. This is also what is it in Prince George's county was somewhere near here?.
"lorena bobbitt" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"The job. I'm surprised that story. I who could ever. Lorena Bobbitt per pop up in your bundle you bumble, right? Yeah. She will never recover from that. Dude. I think she has. I think she got married recently with you. Somebody that does not know what's going on. Ever marijuana? Did that? That's the deal though. Wasn't even that hot woman is hot enough. No woman has the looks to justify slicing off your member. Never none. Yeah. And what she thought he was cheating is that. It was I think she's also I think she was also getting beat by him. Wasn't it? Well, hold on. I don't remember that. I thought he was being unveiled. And that was it that was. Like, yeah. You know, it was it was domestic violence. There was no domestic violence that Dr jail now now now that's what she said though. Now, what do you say here? Hold up. Yeah. Lorena bobbitt? Twenty five years later says real story. Her ordeal was about more about domestic violence. Changes might convenient. When the only justification for that. But which he when it first happened. She said it was infidelity now twenty five years later tried to tell grouse right now. Let me tell you why. That night wasn't that sharp. You think she got the salt? Oh, wow. What says also that she was traumatized about the story again the Amazon docu series produced by Oscar winning Jordan Peele takes another look at the story captivated by the world. Lorena join did that. It says then he's good at horror movie. So this this article was published in twenty nineteen February twenty and nineteen. So yes, she's having the like Amazon or something like that. They're doing a documentary about her and she talks about how it was more a less about domestic violence. Like that. When it went down. Hey, that's not what I heard. Well, you know, what that might have been a part of it. But we were so taken aback by the whole penis cut that would overshadow domestic violence. I am what I don't remember that being a part of the initial narrative, I I'm pretty positive. It was if they did a documentary. The only thing they can do is do a deep dive in there who she is. And what brought her to that night was she was she had to do. But then there must be something else too. Because that's going to be a boring movie. Something had something crazy head to happen leading up to that to make it worthwhile. Yeah. Yeah. That's true. Coming up. Well, this is the thing. Now, it says that now she runs a foundation that help domestic violence survivors. And there was the domestic violence. Yeah. She help. Pena off might have been worse than killing a. Yeah. That's what they said. He was the she was the abuser. You left? You left the guy? He not only did you leave him here. Like, he's wounded nine. They did some porn years later. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Video. Video. I didn't see it. But okay, I knew it. Because look what you see to our president. Yeah. Yeah. I just said. Yeah. But what would you open to get out of it? You just wanted to say, ooh, there's a. Literally, you were watching that. I did not watch it at all. No, no. I said I did not see. No, no, no. No. No. No, no. I have no. Well that happened when you were in the middle. You're number one. Was mowing. Yeah. Loser. But I had no desire to see that. Now a radio bid on the radio show. We did that. Okay. Now. Now, if I heard you on that show, would it be. Well, I have I have aired checks. Rub. It many times you want them. Let me know you can hear exactly how he's outed. How many times have you told me to let you know when I want to hear? Brother, Kevin show on two point five. Radio. Tom on the Mike Celtics show every Tuesday morning at eight and he has his own show every Wednesday night from eight to ten the asked the dumb show on one or two.
Pakistan Says It's Holding Indian Pilot After Jet Shot Down In Cross-Border Airstrike
"Support for NPR and the following message come from Amazon prime video with Llerena the new docu series that shares Lorena Bobbitt side of the story and investigates the headlines and press coverage twenty five years later lorraina now streaming on Amazon prime video two nuclear armed neighbors, India and Pakistan moved closer to war today. Both claim to have shot down the others fighter jets. India says one of its airforce pilots is missing and Pakistan says it captured him alive NPR's, Laura Fraser is in northern India and joins us now. Hi lorne. Hi, ari. Explain what happened today. So Pakistan says it conducted airstrikes along the India border. It also says it shot down two Indian aircraft that entered its airspace. It says it captured one of the pilots the spokesman for Pakistan's military, even tweeted out a photo of this pilot. India gives us slightly different set of events it accuses Pakistani planes entering its airspace. But it does confirm that one of its jets was shot down. And that a pilot is missing and video has emerged of a man that we think maybe that pilot. And here's what it sounds like. Myself seven by what like. My religious you can hear a commotion there. Somebody's phone is ringing in the background. The man is blindfolded. His face is bloody he identifies himself as a wing commander in the Indian air force. He calls his captors, sir. He's very polite. He asks if he is in the custody of the Pakistani army now, there's also another video clip, we can't verify the authenticity of these. There's another clip that's airing on Pakistani media in which the man's blindfold is off, and he's sipping tea and says he's been treated very well. Meanwhile, India has called these videos, vulgar and suggest they may even violate the Geneva. Convention lauren. This is a pretty scary esscalation along a border that has been tense for years. Why is the suddenly happening right now? In an address to his nation. Pakistan's prime minister, Imran Khan, explained it. He says pocket STAN is retaliating for Indian airstrikes yesterday. No. India says it launched airstrikes and killed a very large number of terrorists at a training camp inside Pakistan yesterday the training camp. It says was run by a banned militant group, and here's what Imran Khan said today. Download and MC Dipa, but there to get all their he's speaking in or do and he says the sole purpose of Pakistan's actions. Today was to convey this message, essentially, if you come into our country, we're going to do the same. So he says he's retaliating for Indian actions. But he did also offer talks with India. Now, the problem is India also says it's retaliating against puck istani actions. And it really depends on how far back you want to go two weeks ago. There was a suicide car bomb in Kashmir that's a disputed territory that split between the two countries that bombing killed forty Indian troops a Pakistan based militant group claimed responsibility. Okay. So this cycle seems to be escalating, but some version of this has been going on for the better part of seven decades. Right. So how do they avoid this blowing up into all out war? That's a really good question. The conflict does go all the way back to independence from Britain in nineteen forty seven in at partition podcastone. Was carved out of the Muslim majority areas of India. But the one exception was Kashmir. And that's this disputed Himalayan territory that's currently split between the two countries it's a Muslim majority area, but back in nineteen forty seven the local ruler at the time was a Hindu who joined India, and so the two countries India and Pakistan have basically been fighting over Kashmir ever since they fought three wars. We hope this is not leading into a fourth. That's NPR's, Laura. Fraser in northern India. Thank you, Lauren. Welcome. Ari? Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from Comcast business having the nation's largest gig speed network was just the start. Now, they're providing gig fueled apps and solutions that exceed expectations and help businesses perform Comcast business beyond fast.
Moving past the jokes: Lorena Bobbitt hopes documentary will shed light on domestic violence
"Horn. Thanks for joining us, a word of warning to listeners with young children in the audience and this segment where we talk about the documentary series lorraina and our conversation includes discussions of violent adult material a little more than twenty five years ago. Lorena Bobbitt was accused of malicious wounding the conquer around the world comes to Atlanta sensational trial is attracting quite a bit of media. Attention fifteen. Twenty satellite trucks about two hundred reporters this time court TV's bringing the proceedings to millions of homes lorraina Bob at goes on trial today on charges of malicious warnings. She's facing a twenty year sentence in prison the maximum if she is convicted Bob it had cut off her husband's penis in nineteen Ninety-three with a kitchen knife. And throwing it out the car window. The authorities found that attached penis and doctors were able to reattach it and the whole story went viral as possible in the pre internet era. There was a circus atmosphere during her trial and the reign of became the butt of many cruel jokes the Amazon documentary series lorraina produced by Jordan Peele and directed by my guest, Joshua Rowe Fe, examines, what was lost in the media's reporting. There's ample use of archival footage in this series as well as modern interviews both with the rain up and her now ex husband, John, Wayne Bobbitt, we'll start with the fact that Lorena Bobbitt was an. Immigrant from Ecuador and totally dependent on her husband when they got married lorraina came here at age eighteen in search of the American dream thought, she found it when she met this handsome charming marine, named John Wayne, John Wayne Bobbitt, and they dated for about ten months. She was virgin they had a chaperone on every date. It was this very pure, according period that was beyond old-fashioned, then the married, and according to the arena a few weeks into the marriage. They were driving home one night. He was drunk driving radically, and she was screaming and begging for him to to stop and slow down. And then he punched her in the chest. And according to lorraina this thing essentially began the next four years of beatings rape on a regular basis. And it's not just according to lorraina because what you do in your series. Is you step back Nunnelee from her marriage to John Wayne Bobbitt, but other women who encountered John Wayne Bobbitt over the years and many of them, including a couple of his former wives. Tell almost idea. Stories. That's very true. When we were making this. We just we kept finding more victims. And in episode four one of those victims who's never spoken publicly will speak until a story that is harrowing his anything you'll ever hear. It was really terrifying to find that all the stories that we've found all the people that we spoke to they essentially had experienced the same specific details that Lorena had in terms of the the abuse. Whether it was the way the hands were held the way they would be sexually assaulted and so on and so forth the threats he would make if they said anything or tried to do anything. Absolutely. You know, letting them know that they can never escape him. This is a person who according to multiple courts of law is a serial abuser. A lot of people know what happened between Lorena Bobbitt, and John Wayne Bobbitt, and that is that she cut off his penis, and it was surgically reattached, but what your jockey series is about is something different. So when you start work on this documentary, what were your assumptions, how do they mirror? What maybe the public's assumptions were. And how did you decide that? There was a much bigger story that you wanted to tell and how that story start to fall into place. I mean. And I guess everybody remembers the cutoff penis, they don't remember the fact that she was horrifically abused. So that that was sort of ground zero for us. But as we got deeper into making it and all of a sudden all these pieces were so obviously in place, and those pieces would essentially set her up for disaster, Anita hill, William Kennedy Smith rape trial, the Tailhook scandal, these massive landmark moments in, you know, very recent American history where women were violated, and they either weren't believed or they were vilified or they even went through some sort of judicial process and came up short that was in the years leading up till arenas story hitting. And so when nineteen Ninety-three came around she was up against something that was that was insurmountable. Her husband actually knows that. That he has multiple cards to play against her and one of them is the threat of deportation which he holds against her. Let's hear what she has to say about her own life and coming to the United States because this guy here this abusive has been was shattering my American dream hour. Not let. I wouldn't let that happen. So just try to fight it. So when this incident happens Lorena Bobbitt quickly, I think realizes that. She is in way over her head. What does she up against in terms of the institutions in terms of the way that people in law enforcement are talking about our case, you know, econo- comes down to just the way domestic violence was dealt with in the late eighties early nineties, and we start to go into that. Especially in episode four where one of the cops who was part of the search for the penis that night. He tells us viewer essentially what it was like for a police officer to show up to a domestic violence nine one one call and there was no real protocol in place. Tell someone to go for a walk walk. The husband around the block, let them cool off. Right. And then the cops would leave. And then whoever was the victim in this case is locked right back in that house with the person who's been abusing them. And so for lorraina, no matter where she looked there really was no help. I think one of the things that is
Shock as Eighth Grade wins best original screenplay at the WGA Awards
"This past weekend, the writers guild of America announced its winners for the best screenplays of the last year and WGN voters ordered best original screenplay to a movie that wasn't even nominated for an Oscar Bo Burnham's eighth grade. Claudia Puig is the president of the L A. A film critics association and she joined me in studio today to discuss the WG, prizes and other trophies handed up by Hollywood's big guilds, we started by talking about eighth grade. It's such a terrific script. And it was such an oversight that it wasn't. I dominated that. And many of us have been upset about it. So it was really great to see this get the love it deserves. And I it doesn't surprise me that it's the writers because the writers a are used to being overlooked. So no. So of course, they you know, they were trying to correct that wrong. And I also think there's, you know, comedies of always kind of gotten short shrift, and it's not really a comedy per se, but it has comic elements and then films that are about about tweens and teens are kind of overlooked. I mean, I was thinking about like the movie to hate you give which was at least as good as bohemian rhapsody or green book or some of the others do get nominee for best pitcher completely overlooked because it has the Waie taint. And I think that in this case, right? You know, you hear the title eighth grade. And you just assume that maybe she was improvising. You don't realize how tightly scripted it was by Bo Burnham talk with Bo Burnham about his lead. Actress Elsie Fisher about a year ago when the film premiered at the Sundance film festival. So there was a long rehearsal process, which was mostly for the script mostly just to make sure that it sounded right? And if things didn't sound, right. It was always the scripts fault. What I was trying to capture what she was in many ways. So to have the real thing there. It's just you know, just completely subjugate myself to it.
"lorena bobbitt" Discussed on KQED Radio
"He wouldn't have sex with anyone else. I think that was the real reason why some of them just flat out didn't believe her. That said there are also many women who did believe I would have liked to do that. Yes. Yes. If I was raped go wrong choice. That's your first filling to give back at somebody many women in the media at the time. They were trying to write the stories that would've prop lorraina up more as what she was. But the editors were men you see the cover of time magazine from during lorraina trial, and it's a pig in a business suit. And the headline is our men really that bad. And that is in response to this woman who was on the stand having a panic attack telling you of the way, she was beaten raped and sodomized a nineteen Ninety-three op Ed in the LA times by Robin up. Kharian argued that to make Lorena Bobbitt into a symbol for anything. Other than a sick marriage between two immature angry people is to compromise the legitimacy that has finally been conferred on battered women who strike back in self-defense battered women syndrome as it was starting to become known was a new phenomenon. And so. So I think part of this is about class and race. If lorraina had been a white rich woman from an affluent area. I don't think that she would have been categorized as that piece in the LA times, categorized her in January of nineteen ninety four Nancy. Kerrigan was assaulted in Detroit and the media had a new tabloid story to focus on the saga of Tonya Harding. And because of the short attention spans, some important moments in the Bobbitt story were missed how John beat his next two partners. And this John forcibly..
"lorena bobbitt" Discussed on The View
"Be available on Amazon prime video this Friday. You must you must watch this. We'll be right back. This week. The view anything goes with rebel Wilson. But the doctors are in the house, I Dr Ruth lights things up as only she can and tops all things love, then the good doctor hits the view on ABC. Tomorrow the hilarious Revo Wilson on how she's turned in the romantic comedy on its head and whoever wins top dog at the Westminster kennel club. Doug show is doing a victory lap live on the view. Welcome back. Okay. We swept time from how topics today so Cardi bay made history Sunday night by becoming the first female solo Rambaud best album, Grammy and get this that very same night that she was when her her EMMY, but what does it Grammy Hemi? Sorry. I'm starting to get his low blood sugar now. Yeah. Okay. Higher husband offset released a video to promote his group's new album. The video was of Cardi B giving birth to their child. This is supposed to make me listen to the music. I don't see the connection I here. And what would you do if your husband might help and posted that of me, he would can so much more pain than I was after I swear I am one of those people that's very private. I think we have a photo. There's a before I'll smiles then there's an after. But between period might not even myself. I didn't even fail them. Go back and see that. Yeah. In the movie. Yeah. But you know, I'm not gonna get into their marriage and their relationship because it seemed like she when she gave her speech was thanking him for helping her get through being pregnant and her album. So I I that's my opinion on private. But they can I was gave him permission. Right. I'm assuming he didn't do that Donald saying she. Yeah. Around. I think it's a very private special. Mom said are here. That was my assumption. Right. I mean, if not that's not gonna end maybe she wanted to help him launch his album know, you're not at your best when you feed her in the stirrups, or when you went, oh, I wanna live baby is coming out of your body. I mean, it's not lying. Yeah. And you want to share that with the world must everything be shared. Yeah. Everything must be shared. It's the those are the time where you held by women to get a mirror in the delivery room. I was I was told by so many people that really freaked me out. And I was like that's not something that I wanna see. Now, it's such a miracle. Don't get me wrong. But like, it's physically. Yeah. Man. He was so into it, and he was digging it. Yup. Cardi B. I really got serious Zayed about having to not push out one or two. Yeah. That's that's a lot. So so Meghan, your grandma turned a hundred staff, but anything else. To non who just turned one hundred seventh and she asked him tips on living. So how did she get two hundred? So I went to my nana's one hundred seven birthday party over the part. He goes on that one. Incredible. And she is such a light in my life. And she's very pretty she's so pretty doesn't look hundred seven at all. And she's the true matriarch of the McCain family and her best friends, Greta van Susteren, I don't know if you remember her from Fox News, and she has lunch with her once a week, and I need to start having lunch with her more often than I know, she watches the view, and she said adventure closeness with family being politically active and she used to be friends with Amelia Earhart, which is something I just out recently. I think we should honor women that come before us an honor women who have lived such a long life and. We enjoy and I always agree on behave..
"lorena bobbitt" Discussed on The View
"Humoring to it and a Spar of human. We we actually, you know, introduce humor into everything to our lives. So I understand that. But you know, the fact that the whole story my story was lost into tabloids. And it was made a Big Joe gain people actually didn't see domestic violence in into a matter of of problem that we have in society, and it is a social epidemic. So that's right. That's what the the matter was. So looking back after everything you went through, which we all know as a lot. Do you regret doing? What you did you call it the incident, which was obviously cutting off his genitalia to regret doing it. How could you regret something that wasn't planned? I mean, I I was not a wife that this going to say, okay. I'm gonna wake up today. And then I'm going to cut my husband, you know, sexual Oregon, and that was no plan. Again, I was psychologically traumatized by him. You know, one of the misconceptions that people have about domestic violence is that is only physical. But is actually psychologically is dramatic is is motion is economic and domestic violence does not discriminate does not discriminate gender. There's a lot of members of the LGBTQ plas- that have going through domestic violence and going through the mystic violence right now. And you know, a lot of women in men, but we talk about women because if statistically there's more women affected by domestic violence than men, and you still. Don't even remember doing it. We're living in a different time. Now, you know, the past few years of this metoo movement that have given voice to two women that have been through abuse that are speaking publicly, and I think feeling more accepted by society. Do you think people will watch this and hear your story now and wished they treated you better during that time will they think about all of this differently today. Yes. Definitely things have changed. Obviously. I applaud the movement of the metoo movement and time sop, which is actually very good. You know that actually get give us a voice give the people even more strong give the victim of ways and say, you know, what there's no time to be silent anymore. It's time to talk about it in eventually in. Hopefully, I'm glad that to see them. There's more women in congress now that we are going to work together in lost. They're going to change even more of to protect the victims and women. You know, I couldn't believe this John Wayne Bobbitt still tries to keep in touch with you. He sends you love letters signed your eternal flame. I'm assuming you haven't written back. No. I don't read him back. And what did that? The abusive. Why does it's being abusive still? Yes, the spot of the abuse. Because a lot of people actually think that domestic violence is is so physical, but it is control is about controlling the victim is about overpowering the control about others that can and that is. Let us he's trying to control you from afar. Yes. And even even for Facebook, you know, as well he dragged me. As manipulate you relations like, wow, yes. But you're not, you know, I'm not engaging into his friendships. Our thanks to the Raina Bobbitt her for part docu series. Lorraina will.
"lorena bobbitt" Discussed on The View
"Boy Mary's girl girl cuts off boy's penis. The interest of huge court TV is bringing the proceedings into millions of homes. Be like, that's crazy. This story was here is just everybody was looking to get an interview guilt or innocence will come down to whom the jurors believed when he do to make her do something like that. And here to answer that question and a lot more. Please welcome lorraina Bobbitt. I do want to know that we just introduced you as the Raina, Bob it. But you go by lorraina Gallo now, which is your media name that. Okay. That's it has been twenty five years, which I can't believe since you cut your husband's penis off with a kitchen knife. And can you remind everyone why you did it and why you are choosing to speak about it. Now. First of all thank you for inviting me here everyone. Sure. And I wanted to. Tell my story twenty-five years ago have happened and twenty five years ago. My story got lost in tabloids. And it was just basically a big joke. And there's no joke about domestic violence. It's nothing a joke about sexual assault. And that's why I'm here in. Also, I am here because I believe that there's no one day passes by that I see in the newspaper that have women gets rape of women. He's assault that woman has gone into through the mystic violence. It's nothing is being done about it. And as a mother I have a child in eventually she's going to go to college. And I want my child to feel safe. I want my child to take a stand and said, this is no I'm not gonna take this anymore and law needs to be changed in the conversations about domestic violence have to be taking more seriously. And I've seen the documentary. It's a four hour documentary for parts. I don't think our audience has when you say you have to why did you do it? The documentary. No, why didn't you? And I am thinking why did you cut his peanut sauce? Are you saying because he was violent towards you? Because he assaulted you. It's not a question about why I did what I did. Obviously, you can see I wasn't in my right mind. I wasn't psychologically normal. You know, I went into this bazaars the craziness call insanity. And I was you know. Acquitted by no by recent off in Senate temporary insanity. So that's no this is not a question about why I did it or you know, how I did. It is about is shows how how. Psychologically traumatic a victim of the mystic violent is in. Our Shirley shows in the documentary. How brutally the perpetrators are. Well, you were both alternately found not guilty you of malicious wounding by reason of temporary insanity. He was found not guilty of marital sexual assault, and John Wayne Bobbitt is actually also interviewed in the series. And we reached out to him for comment, and he denied all allegations of marital sexual assault. So I see that do might have been upset by the comedians making fun of the story. Right. Does. Right. It's nothing. It's not a it's not a joke domestic violence. It's not Joe the joke was actually not about the domestic violence. I remember this very well from my own passed and. Women responded to the story because they felt that a woman I mean, this is not a pun, but took something into her own hands. And took care of this abuser in a most violent way. I I'm assuredly only two women have tried it since your story came out. I understand. So that was with comedy came from not that in the abuse. It was at the fact that here. Hey, look at this woman. He's not taking it. And that's what it was about you saying, so maybe that makes you feel a little better. I don't know. Well, again, I mean, you know, I understand that, you know, humor is in my story. There's elements in worry, what's the humor to you? The fact that people are still connect with the fact that they can see a man losing his masculinity and part of the, you know, for for women or for for society. We tend to actually you know, to relies all the shocking, I think for me is to to bring..
"lorena bobbitt" Discussed on The View
"So actress Christina Ricci has been a star since she was nine years old, but she claims trying to make your kid famous as child abuse, quote, unquote. She had a four shows a four year old son. And she said that he can decide if he wants to act when he becomes an adult. So, you know, and she also says that she enjoyed all of those years being, you know, the little Queen and everybody loves you it cetera. But I wonder about how good an idea this is for child. What do you think? I don't know that I would I decided never to do anything like that. I just think the the the pressure said your children, they mentioned it, and I kind of shut that down. I don't know. You know, I I don't mind them taking theater classes, they both play to instruments. I'm really I think it's wonderful to play instruments. I think theater is a wonderful outlet. I think it gives you a lot of confidence. They've they both done plays. But I just think doing it commercially. You know, you have to deal with the rejection, and your objectified so much. I think if they ever decided to do it as adults I would be fine with it. But she'll trial to actually ask the parent and says I want to be famous or does the parent basically pushed the kid into it? And I don't wanna more fame. Those more now than they used to because of all the stars. We've seen on YouTube, and they see how easy it is at a young age and reality TV, I've actually heard more and more from like, my friends and their kids that are getting to a nature they understand like I'm going to be famous too. And that's and they see how easy it is to obtain the issue that I've seen with some child actors like Michael Jordan, we've had on the show someone that. A good example. But it's went everywhere with him, and it was a big influence on. But there there aren't enough examples for me to say, they started really young famous. I've seen so many families take advantage of the kid being famous, and and that worries me I grew up doing musical theater, but my husband, and I we say to each other. If our daughter wants to to act, what do we do? I think you want to let them express themselves. But I think we'd be really cautious to in today's environment until they're me nervous. Yeah. What do you think? I don't know. I don't really know any kid actors, and I don't know any actors, but they get all depends on the parent and the situation and the set I guess you'd have to be I try not to judge other people's experiences, but Christina Ricci was a really famous tr-. I remember from casper the friendly ghost and the Addams family. So you know, I mean, she went through it. So I'll take our word for for. Adults to take rejection and criticism and jealousy. So you can imagine how uninformed you're just an unformed person in many ways when you're a child having reached adulthood, even in your twenties. Horns at the soccer games, you know, on the sidelines and not just that you'd drives you nuts with mental of the game. Then the kid is we'll know all the big that's one thing..
"lorena bobbitt" Discussed on The View
"Anybody who's anybody who wants to make it to the next level in politics to come on this show because this is the place to be her Republican wanna make news come on the show. That's your view on ABC. Mater, Lorena Bobbitt is alive and looking back on taking matters into our own hands. In one of the most infamous domestic assault cases ever. You gotta talk about common la-, Harris. She's a democratic presidential candidate comma Harris sat down with the breakfast club radio show yesterday. And she calms surprise some people by making this admission watch. There are a lot of reasons why we need to legal smokes. I have. Diane HALE, I dated I didn't. It was a long time ago. But if it was legalized all too. Medicinal would you? Do it. Listen, I think that it gives a lot of people joy. And we. She sounds like. Geez, high right there. Always get the giggles. So is that gonna put some voters off will they appreciate the honesty, and it might be noted that when she was a prosecutor, you might know this. She was not for this. Right. Yeah. I mean, you when you're prosecutor you're enforcing the laws on the books, and I think it was in two thousand ten she, you know, she voiced support for medical marijuana legalization five years later, but she prosecuted these kinds of cases as die. But I think her evolution on the views sort of mirror. What's going on in our country because I think we have over thirty states, right? That have thirty-three states have legalized medical marijuana and ten states plus Washington DC up now legalize marijuana for recreational use for dolts over twenty one. I mean, I'm you know, someone that still feels I'm not I'm certainly on board with medical marijuana. I'm not so sure about Asia marijuana. But there's just been a real change. I'm pretty live along the feel. I actually think we should legalize. Marijuana. A lot of people feel I think we should across the country. I I've always struggled with the fact that you can go and you can drink as much alcohol as you wanna get completely obliterated. But then you get caught with marijuana happens. And then people would get along a right know, but a lot of people say, it's you know, it's it's a gateway to two other drugs. I I don't know that I feel that way. My my sense is we're going to see down the road like gay marriage. I already see the writing on the wall. We're going to get there at some point. We just a matter of time, and you know, how long it's gonna take to get there. But I I'm in favor of it doesn't bother. There's just so much drinking of children under the age of twenty one and drinking and driving. I just wonder how how quickly the law can catch up with people driving. And driving. Yeah. Driving stone and p and kids using marijuana under the age of twenty one. How are we going to deal with that? I heard what I wanna turned of legalizing it to for a lot of different reasons. I I think people I do think it brings joy to people. I think the medicinal benefits, especially when it comes to brain cancer killer. I don't understand why it's still stigmatized especially in a medical way when we can help people children with epilepsy. There's studies that is really helped bluffs. He's so I would love to stigmatize it the political aspects of karma communists, because we interview is. She's cutting a weird lie. She said she smoked listening to to pock and snoop Dogg. She graduated from Howard University in nineteen eighty six and finish law school nine hundred eighty.
"lorena bobbitt" Discussed on The View
"But I I've this question about the wall because coming from a border state, just the logic of it, doesn't it has never I never really understood it because you can't put a wall on the Rio Grande, there's terrain issues. There's issues with people who own property on the border like cattle ranchers, like there's a lot of issues at play one of them being that I actually don't think it's the most effective way to get border security, but I have a friend who's for the wall. And I was talking to them about it. And they said there's so many promises that were made over time that Republicans didn't keep meaning President Bush Republicans when they were in power, and they didn't go hard line. And instead, and it was the example was used people like me wanted DACA one a comprehensive immigration reform, and there's a swath of the country that wants the hardest hard line immigration possible. And thinks that people are coming here to take our jobs, and how you feel about it is a strong intense palpable part of the country that is going to accept nothing less. But. Even if you even if you take the base out of this conversation because I think you're right about that. And they're they want him to keep screaming about the wall. But if you're an independent, you say, I don't really like Trump style, and you watch that speech last night into Meghan sport. If he he drew a very clear line in the sand. And he talked about abortion where we're members of the democrat party upon very left recently the green deal if he can say this is where they are. Here's where I am. I think what he does is. He scares people. And the question is if the election were held right now, I think he's actually been quite effective in that strategy. The problem that I have with the speeches what does abortion and the green deal have to do with the wall. I mean, he's a he's they're talking about the wall had nothing to do with the one campaign rally. Really, it was just fearmongering. But when you talk about the wall, I mean, do Boorda walls work is is the question. I think this study's are pretty clear that they don't necessarily work in terms of stopping smuggling smuggling goes through legal points of entry. We know that I think part of the world where there were they're building it they found something like miles and miles of tunnels that have been. Build. So it's very clear that doesn't work on a violent crime actually ticked up during the border fences construction in at El Paso. Yes. Yeah. And it was going down before they started building. I believe the mayor said it just doesn't work as Ron often legal illegal drugs, often go through through the legal ports of entry. So he also talked about last night. He was talking a lot. He talked about another way. He's breaking tradition by being the first president one hundred and twenty years to not have a dog at the White House watch walk you to dog or the White House lawn. Right. Sort of not I don't know it doesn't. I don't feel good. Here's a little phony phony to me. How about how about a Russian wolf pounds that would work? You know to be a dog lover owner you have to give a little bit. You know, you can't Narcisse have a narcissistic disorder and take care of of a thing. A human sort of to me, it's human almost a doggy who needs to feed them to play with them to to walk them to Cup to make out with them every morning, or is that just make you know. And I don't think he's capable of that. Anyway, so good during when he was married to I von ah. They had a dog named choppy choppy, and I've honor wrote in her book choppy didn't like him and he didn't like chopping. Oh, really? Oh, I didn't he's being authentic there. And the crowd says would be a phony it's the complete opposite though, like the Mitt Romney syndrome because he would get that perfect dog..
"lorena bobbitt" Discussed on WGN Radio
"That's needed. Well, I was in the rat pack for fifty six to sixty one session for someone who took over for the guy river that you remember? Hey dean yesterday in the office. We had to listen to dick Biondi singing pizza. Yeah. Famous famous famous radio song. Twenty eight. Pizza. Bringing this up again media that a large book. Now, if there's sausage does that take some of the space as opposed talking about three dimensional measurement because you're going up as one that's what I mean. Yeah. That's what I mean. Well, let's think about this. If you put a full canned ham on top of the pizza that would totally change the size of that more difficult slice that way. All right are Kelly news, the well, the latest is that a state's thirty Kim FOX has come out and is encouraging people. If they have any more information on this to come forward. But a couple of interesting things have happened since all of this are Kelly talk started last week with this docu series came out the. National sex abuse hotline has. Said that their calls have gone up twenty seven percent. Well, that's what you would hope if there is an upside to this horrible story. It's that people are hearing it and feeling a little more empowered a little more comfortable to come forward with alleged sexual assaults that they may be going through right now in calling the sexual assault hotline. Also, another side note to all of this. And I'm really surprised that this hasn't happened. More around the country to radio stations. Said that they will stop playing R Kelly music entirely, Chicago radio stations doubts. Yeah. Yes. What about jams what about what about V one of three? No commenting right now. Nobody's talking. They say have you heard anything surprising to me? Because even when I noticed a story right now. But this has been something that's been discussed heavily for five ten fifteen years. The radio stations ever been a big part of ignoring the conversation and playing are Kelly music in heavy rotation. So have you heard anything beyond that? Okay. I have not. But I have also not that. I listen. To a lot of music radio. But I haven't heard narc Kelly song on the radio in year. Now, if you listen to the one zero three they play step in the name of love all the time. They play ignition remix shows up R Kelly shows up a lot on the new one zero four three the champs that one. But there's a lot of our Kelly still in heavy rotation in Chicago radio say black entertainer. A more of a. Listening to WGN more. Somebody did not get the documentation. Yep. Well, that's why we make him pee in a Cup every couple of days. What's the Lorena Bobbitt story? Jordan Peele from key and Peele who directed the movie. Get out of the scary movie. Get out Oscar for it. As a matter of fact is right now working on a new documentary called lorraina, which is a straight doc docu series on the case of Lorena Bobbitt who claims of physical and sexual abuse by her then husband, John, Wayne Bobbitt. Everybody knows the story. But if you don't she cut off his who threw it out the car window, exactly. So that story is going to become into Amazon prime on February fifteenth. Do you know what's the twenty fifth anniversary of said slicing, John Wayne Bobbitt feels about that how much we need more. What else are you gonna tell about that story? That's the thing. I mean BBC deal with it. Perry attached. Yeah. Reattach? You can use duct tape for a lot. I'm telling you. It's very versatile. It's on his ankle. That was weird. Well, based on what we heard his behavior was that's exactly where. Supposedly, I've I've only seen the trailer for this. I haven't seen the whole thing. But they say that the story is going to focus on the Rena Bobbitt. But also. It's sort of to point in the direction of sexual assault of domestic violence of that problem. So we can do some good with that. We'll see how that turns out. There's a Barbie movie coming up long-awaited, you believe that there hasn't been one. And all this time. I thought there have been thought there'd been animated versions, speaking of somebody without you know. That's a great point. Can't doesn't have a who. Maybe John Wayne Bobbitt when I say, that's a great point that probably isn't the right terminology. That's a point to know. This is going to be a live action version of the Barbie movie. So plays barbeque not animated. It's going to be Margot Robbie so excited about that makes sense. Great actress Margot Robbie now here are the two other people who were attached to this. And it didn't work out. I guess let me guess. Barbara walters. No. All right. You tell me, I don't know. Dan Hathaway, Anne Hathaway was should be good advantage. Now Barbie to pale people don't marry an acre. Yes, it's weird. I don't know why people hitter. Here's seriously that I don't understand this Amy Schumer was said to be God. That's that's ridiculous that she's going to be Java the hut in. What's the basis of what's the basis identifying characteristics of Barbie is that Barbie ridiculous shape? And at some date, you why would you think Amy Schumer would would be able to play? The what's the plot? Dean, don't want shirts complicated. I think she's going to be like a superhero because they're doing live action. Like, I think they're gonna they're trying to make reinvent Barbies. My question would be Amy Schumer could easily like many men, do they could change their shape and go put it, you know, you see Christian bale can change his shape for a part. She she go on a diet and lose fifty pounds if she needed to play this role. Okay. Go talk to her about considering. She's what seven months pregnant Oshii difficult. All I all. I know if there's not a dream house in pink, corvette somehow involved, I'm giving it a bad review is having a daughter. This is the plot for the movie. So Barbie comes home die tell you about this girl at school today. And then it'd be Volvos into this long involve thing and Barbie actually is doing fourteen things at one time the way a little kids mind works. That's a whole thing should play like a dream. That makes no sense whatsoever. Yeah. That's the way you guys play with Barbie the Brigadier. Yeah, we played house with Barbie my sister. And I in my Barbie was always from France. And her Bobby was always from Spain. Even though we were sisters Barbie Barbie sisters. Where they separated at birth. And then my sister would try to make pacts with me that when we grew up we would live in the same house. Just like our Barbies. Mine went after Ken. Hello. Hello. Projecting. See where that got me. Okay. Chris rock noted the Oscars. He was at the New York Film critics awards dinner last night and somebody shouted out. Are you going to host the Oscars? He noticed Steve Martin was in the crowd and said, that's who should be your host for the Oscars trip. Not me. There's no way there's no way that I'm gonna do it. So he he is a definitely not interested in this. But the new twist of this whole thing, you know, Steve, I know we've been talking about this conspiracy theory that this whole Kevin Hart thing has been just a big publicity stunt this morning. Kevin Hart has ruled out going back in any way to hosting the Oscars says, I'm over it. There's no end to this. I'm not going to spend any more energy doing any of this. Right. So that's that's the latest. Is there a chance they'd go with no host? Sure. And I think that's the smartest thing to do. Right now. Yeah. I agree. I don't know who would want this job right now. And he came up with this idea. I think right. Billy, crystal, and Justin Timberlake. Martin Martin Steve Martin Martin short because they did that sounds great. Yeah. That's a great idea. Yeah. That'd be great. But then he wanna to see more than the first fifteen with them. Right. To see him throughout the show. Dean, thanks for whatever. It is. We do today. It's my pleasure. And I'm gonna go order some pizza right now. More on entertainment returns tomorrow. Alright thirty-five breaking headlines next..
"lorena bobbitt" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"To my own to me. Here's a lot of people approaching the both of us about doing stories. The story was there. Did they pay you for this? No, I did it for free. So you so they got a two hour special Ed to you and Lorena Bobbitt if she got paid. But I did it for free. Does that surprise you Ron that? Nothing surprises me anymore. Go there. So no, just sometimes you do. And sometimes you don't know. Okay. So. Fat lip and maybe some minor plastic surgery her her attacking me. Oh, you're talking about that night nothing to do with that. Okay. This is this is what she claimed that you abused her marriage. Right. Which, you know, she text me stature mother money from her boss. Well, let me run from from stores. What do you remember about this story? Oh, no. Here's what here's what I remember. And I'm going to go here with with the local connection here in Vegas. I'm listening to the Howard Stern show. And you went on one of your first comments on the Howard Stern show. And I hear a voice that I recognize it's Aaron Gordon who is a sports producer with me. Who is your former maybe? Agents. Yes. And that was Jack Gordon who was married to La Toya. And Aaron was a sports producer for me workers and enter great guy. Love love, lavar. I don't know what your experience was. But I get along with great. And it was so airs voice and put a smile on my face. I said wait a second. Okay. He's sort of following in his dad's footsteps because his dad was doing. Sort of things. I know he's distanced himself. His dad is no longer with us. His dad passed, of course. But but anyway, that's what I remember is a personal thing. But it's a Vegas thing and Aaron big rebel fan. Big friend. Great guy are do you in touch anymore. Yeah. It was so. This might be an in Carlsbad, California is in Carlsbad now has got.
Gordon Ramsay Touches Sofia Vergara, Makes Inappropriate Comments In Resurfaced Clip
"Controversy? Juicy. Somebody says something horrible or did something horrible. Browse. But. Right. All right, Bert box attracted almost twenty six million viewers in the US or its first seven days on Netflix. According to the Nielsen SVOD content ratings using said that of Netflix originals that it has analyzed bird boxes. Second only to stranger things season to falling short by less than a million viewers. So that's ton ton of viewers for bird box. We'll make it easy for you to wash it. You just click there and you sit in your pyjamas. And there you go entertainment. They're not advertising it at all. I mean, what if Gene Kelly and Fred Astaire start in Burbach? So that would be a movie. Mitzi cater in bird box who's mitigate or. All right. It was a serious question. I'm sorry. All right. Lorena Bobbitt is getting a true crime documentary series. That will be produced by Jordan Peele and air on Amazon prime for those of you that you not remember Lorena Bobbitt made headlines in one thousand nine hundred eighty one she cut off her her husband's when he was sleeping. We're not really sure what the whole me is suppose, it's probably going to be about the alleged incident. The trial aesthetic length one out of a window. We need answers. That's we need a deep dive on that as long as we don't go into what John Wayne Bobbitt was doing after the trial. Then I'm okay. Oh my God. I forgot he did. He's a filmmaker. Now, isn't he? Well, either way he's making something. All right. Doesn't. Yeah. That is a
"lorena bobbitt" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"This is a mytalk dirt alert update, a quick look at what's happening in entertainment. A lot of good dirt on mytalk. Mytalk. Listen alarm. Gordon? Ramsay is finding himself in some hot water as a decade old clip resurface of him on the tonight show with Jay Leno with Sophia Gara. One of the comments sex Sofia said did I scare you guys? She has to mend during the interview referencing her screaming in the previous skit, I never scream like that in real life. It was all acting Ramsey responded. Only in the bedroom touching her arm. Well, he couch banter from ten years ago. I would imagine that if anyone went back and much to the tonight show with Johnny Carson and that couch banter. I don't know that this is where we need to go has. He said anything though, that's the broke. So there's no comments yet. But this, hey, we'll see. Yeah. Alright. Lorena Bobbitt is getting a true crime documentary with Amazon prime which will be executive produced by Jordan Peele, those millennials out there. Those of you who have forgotten lorraina made headlines in nineteen ninety three when she cut off her husband's. When she slept. Throw it out the window. Yes. So they're making an Amazon prime limited series about her. So I'm sure. So it's like presumably through her perspective. Yes. Yes. There's learning alleged that her husband had raped her during the trial. And I think that it's going to follow the event as well as the trial. Because you know, we always look we always tend to make women seem like, hysterical and crazy. I mean in this case, if you're cutting weighing off at probably there was some treated something, I don't know. But I'm just saying like, I'm curious to see how we will revisit her look at her differently than maybe the popular culture did back in the nineties. Yeah. We've revisited many of these stories. Yes. Yes. Yes. So I'm open to it. It'll be interesting to see how many people are hearing are watching that. And they're like, oh this happened. Well, your generation. Fisher and Joey buttafuoco. All right one last item. Like, we mentioned earlier Margot Robbie is officially signed on to produce and star in a live action Barbie movie, she said that plane Barbie promotes confidence curiosity and communication through child's journey of self discovery. Would to Twaddell. You just did. DD L E. That's totally fine. Now, also what you just mentioned Lindsay is that Margot Robbie is producing the project. So of course, she's going to be saying something like also what were the three words with the alliteration their confidence. We have confidence curiosity and communication Barbie. Does not generate curiosity or communication? Usually, it's like self esteem issues body positive. Yeah. Or maybe perhaps, you know, what I used to do with Barbie is cut off all her hair to see what was underneath correct. Hold on. What the hair her head? Well, I wanted to see what it looked like I wanted to see what was in her pants. Okay. Wanted to know was it. I didn't have a lot of. At the time. I just wanted to know. All right..
‘Lorena’ Trailer: Amazon Series Reexamines the Stories Behind the Lorena Bobbitt Headlines
"The nineties. Yeah. We've revisited many of these stories. Yes. Yes. Yes. So I'm open to it. It'll be interesting to see how many people are hearing are watching that. And they're like, oh this happened. Well, your generation. Fisher and Joey buttafuoco. All right one last item. Like, we mentioned earlier Margot Robbie is officially signed on to produce and star in a live action Barbie movie, she said that plane Barbie promotes confidence curiosity and communication through child's journey of self discovery. Would to Twaddell. You just did. DD L E. That's totally fine. Now, also what you just mentioned Lindsay is that Margot Robbie is producing the project. So of course, she's going to be saying something like also what were the three words with the alliteration their confidence. We have
"lorena bobbitt" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald
"I had the pleasure of going to Alcatraz, and I pretended like we were visiting Brennan's new daddy. I like to watch the shows with Brandon, you probably are you. Sure. It's okay. Well, he'll be thirteen. Eighteen in a couple of weeks. So I think it's okay, we like to watch love after lockup in which he told me that mom. Why don't you divorced dad and then data prisoner and you can get on TV? He's always looking out for me. And then we watched on dateline. The Lorena Bobbitt story, which is a famous story about a woman who got very mad at her husband. She said that he raped her a lot when he came home drunk, and she cut off his penis and took off driving with it. And then threw it out the window. And then when he got to the hospital the cops found it in a field and was able to so it back together onto his body. And then they got so much press for it. She ended up just going in a mental institution for like a year. And she came out to be kinda great got married had kids worked for domestic violence, except she did beat up her elderly mother recently. So they're like, maybe were okay. He went on to do a bunch of porn, but he didn't make a lot of my ass porn people. Don't really make that much when you're just acting. So he wanted show the world. That is dick worked, and he also had a very disturbing boot on his foot like orthopedic, shoes, whatever he lives in Vegas as well. And he's looking for a treasure chest somewhere in America. And if once he finds the treasure he's hoping that Donald Trump will invite him to the White House. So that's how those to enter while. We're watching it during Lorena Bobbitt trial out of women were on her side. And they said it was this was the trial. This was like OJ's trial is just huge, and you know, people were selling merch, and brandy goes mom, if you could off dad's penis, you could go we could sell your lunch at your trial. Just always thinking trying to contribute to the family really such a great kid. It's a family business kids. Brandon always like that little go. Yeah. Then support my mom on patriots. Juicy.
"lorena bobbitt" Discussed on 20/20
"Doing it. I just don't remember. It's four. I'll never forget as long as I live. He looked at the bottom of the last page, and these guys my signature. He had a devastating credibility only couldn't keep his story straight on the witness stand. What What was it was like? it like on the stand in those moments whose battle? You know, of course, Lew guess this jury. I didn't know how to explain that was frustrated. I didn't win the story with a steady stream of witnesses testifying today that John baba has a history of violent behavior, it may appear that he is the one on trial. He was hitting her punching her here like this full downward. They brought in dozens of witnesses to talk about the violence that she had experienced on our head. Can't see his crying real shake, you just push one more time walked away and said. He liked to have that the way he liked to ask sex was four sex because that turned him on not only the show that he was having the four sec, but he was even bragging about it in Manassas Virginia today, it was finally time for Lorena Bobbitt to take the stand in her own defense. Lorraina saw on the stand was sable arena. Saw On on my office. first night, I ever met her my life. It feel like. My vagina was reaping over something. I can say this. I just crime year understand your, man. He didn't there's Abuses. uses. What happened? I was drinking water. Guy. I remember a lot of things to me. For the first time he raped me. Him. I remember everything..
"lorena bobbitt" Discussed on 20/20
"Out of the window. And. She's fast as a coup. And then she drives Jonah and says I did this. I wanted to say so I was trying to find some fast. My husband said lorraina scare I said, oh my God. What is John under? And I walked down the stairs. She's huddled in the corner of my little room screaming crying, like a fetal position. And then she said, I cut his paintings. I said. And I said, well, I think we'd better call nine one one. John side says the reason that Lorena Bobbitt went to that house was to concoct a cover story that he had raped me. And I was out of my mind, I was in fear for my life. And I didn't know what to do from his perspective cooking a lie to cover up a malicious premeditated. The facts in the case by us should cut pair of panties for the scissors and ripped it to make it look like he ripped her pants off to show force and and sex. What better reason y'all furthering to use against John would be rape for the act that she that was her way of covering her tracks? Danna from the Raina able to find out the rough coordinates of the penis. So Jenna tells the police roughly where the pain is located. We ended up coming out here. Port after learning. The white throne it out the car window. Looked at this field and thought there's no way we're going to find it. Shock come to an Dr there. Say that L until by the no the part to the so me up have to sit down to a bathroom. For us. I'm pushing this gurney with baba Donna, and it was in. The course of transporting him that I heard we might have an organ replan. I've always wondered. They find it. How did the cops? Find it. Thank about it in a field. It's gotta be compromise. In terms of the antecedent quality. Police went to that field was about six o'clock on June morning, and the police scavenged about found the organ undamaged. No dogs chewed on it. It was retrievable. By this congressional by the seven eleven into the seven eleven with the peanut they get a hotdog container. They fill it with. They put the peanut on top of the ice. And that's how they take it to the hospital. Vice concealed in Brown paper hut dog big story. Yeah..
"lorena bobbitt" Discussed on KOMO
"And now bring the league's top rushing attack. Dallas Dallas head coach. Jason Garrett says is guys will have to be just as physical as the Seahawks. I think it's important to be a physical football team in all aspects of your team not just on the offense and defensive lines on the edges on offense. The tight ends the receivers the running back fullback our quarterback is a physical player that makes impression on the defense. And when you're slip over the same thing Seahawks quarterback. Russell Wilson knows. What's to knows what to expect on Saturday night? You don't get this far. You know, for no reason, you know, they're they're going to be a great football team. They're really really really good when we play in the first time, and we found a way to win. But they really improve in a big way. Just like we have kickoff is five fifteen Saturday night on FOX. Also this weekend the Houston Texans host the Indianapolis Colts in the AFC wildcard game Saturday afternoon, then on Sunday the chargers play the ravens and the eagles play the bears running back. Chris Carson is NFC offensive player of the month for December. Carson ran for five hundred sixteen yards and five TD's last month and calls basketball Saturday night. The huskies will host the cougs. Our pre-game show starts at seven o'clock also Gonzaga host Santa Clara tip off time for that game is six o'clock on root sports sports at ten and forty minutes past the hour. I'm Eric Heintz on your home of the huskies, KOMO news. Komo news time eight forty one more than twenty five years after he was maimed by his wife. John Wayne Bobbitt is telling his side of the story. It's a story that deeply fascinated the nation and. Deeply divided men and women Raina Bob Bob at court case that has attracted international attention Twenty-four-year-old Lorena Bobbitt, claiming she'd suffered years of physical and sexual abuse attacking her husband twenty six year old John Wayne Bobbitt, while he says he was sleeping when I sprung up, and I was bleeding as blind.
Lorena Bobbitt Is Getting A Docu-series Now, Because Why Not?
"Of the pertinent entertainment information and one little segment elizabeth is off don mclean has it today hey don judge judy and cbs just want an enormous victory against that l a talent agency that sued the network claiming that it conspired with judge judy to basically screw them out of prophets so they tried to sue judge judy and cbs saying we're responsible we came up with this idea and then you went behind our backs and paid her forty seven million since the show costs so much they didn't get they didn't get the profits of the show and they wanted more of the prophets and they also said that they were responsible for her career well the judge said no judge judy is a big deal and she's worth that much and it has absolutely nothing to do with you so they lost their face it's ridiculous this should have been thrown out the concept of judge shows has been around for years and she's a personality the shows the success because a it's simple it's a simple judge show court show and be it rides on the back of personality and you can't own that you can't create that that wasn't made in a lab a year moron yeah exactly okay jordan peele is going to tackle one of the most notorious true crimes of the nineteen nineties he is going to produce something called the raina it's a documentary series about lorena bobbitt who cut off the manhood of her husband john wayne bobbitt in one thousand nine hundred three and so this is a four part series he's gonna produce it for amazon and it's going to look beyond all the tabloid frenzy that the case you know that was a huge deal in nineteen ninetythree and also really look more into the allegations of domestic and sexual abuse that her that she claimed her husband was doing so more of her side of the story instead of just realising the act yes whiteman mood with the story for second yeah can i reveal something so i mean yeah so one of the first dirty movies that my friends that we ever rented when we were in hollywood yes.
Jordan Peele to produce Lorena Bobbitt docuseries for Amazon
"Be a movie about a john wayne bobbitt and lorraine remember she took the knife and wack does and it's going to be made into an amazon series by the oscar winning a writer and producer of get out jordan peele his name is really really talented talented guy and they're going to take the saga of bobbitt and her knife and john wayne bobbitt small member and turn it into an even smaller member now into an amazon series so the headlines lorena bobbitt queen of the wild frontier remember that daily news headline was kindest cut when they found lorena bobbitt guilty and she went over and pour john wayne so that's a movie i'm not interested in i say hey i want to mention an actor i really like a lot jon hamm he's terrific he's giving him interview to esquire magazine he talks about his stint in rehab and breaking up jennifer westfelt trying to make a comeback he's a good guy like him so check out that esquire interview john had on him coming up next he's a legend dee snider of twisted sister lead singer will join us when we return plus your next chance to.