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"macab" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"Federal. As a kid, FRANZ, leads his father would tell him scary stories before bed only these stories are true, my father, or the engineer inventor who never really had much used for fairy tales. He preferred real life grotesque grotesquery to fix. It's still at time. I would listen raptly to is urban horror stories which cows that Phil, Jim around man. And the most Macab Cal was the one of the Kyler brothers, the hermit hoarders of Harlem. Is like that alliterate. Listen to federal now on podcasts, the iheartradio app or wherever you listen to podcasts, and learn more at ephemeral dot show. Chris Broussard, joining me to host to the couple with rob Parker. Former New York Times guy so series going to end tonight. Chris think Think it is. it is. I picked the warriors in six, and I'm sticking with it. I guess, now I have to go. I don't want to change picks. I hate this change. Pixel, I guess, I'll say warriors in seven, but look, obviously every bone in your body to Toronto closes amounts and night. But I covered that series when they were down three one. Oklahoma City and I thought it was over, and of course they came back and win. Same thing I had the same exact feeling when LeBron was down three one in two thousand sixteen that, of course once Draymond was suspended for game five. I remember feeling like this changes everything. Even though it was just one game..
"macab" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"I used to know a man in New Orleans who tell me that he had been Haller stare and character. He used was called the Marci Macab, and he also appears in the movie easy rider, which was filmed there. Classic movie to. Yes, he's in the he appeared in the sequence was filmed in the cemetery. And I think they were having an day tripper stepping in believe he's like a hallucination where the dark suit and tie, and he's seen to be rating from the book, maybe the bobble, and then he goes skipping off find your black umbrella, but he didn't have the. You got to hear his voice cause music is just playing that. He appears just as an amateur in the movie, but I think he was by Dennis hopper. Who saw him in a bar in the French quarter reciting Shakespeare? He liked it that much. Yes. Character was the marquee Macab and about enough. I love that. Eighty or eighty one I was living there. I worked in a record store, and he came in and was shopping for cassette tape to us to help them memorize the role of Shakespeare's, Richard the third did you recognize him when he came in? No, I never saw him. That was the first time I met him. And he told me all about having hosted the horror show, and the marquee mcabe has a friend with him who had like his co host your way sidekick. For the show and the person did they were both there together in the record store, and they did they're hoping route change or may right there on the spot, and I ran into him a couple of times after that like in the French quarter, and they were more than happy to Jay's a routine for me again. There was one time always in a and p grocery store on Royal street. And they did it for me in the produce. Sounds like a nice guy. Yeah. That Davis called the marquee Macab thinks his name was Paul Ernest is is name does not appear in the movie credits for easy rider. But I think it was Paul Ernest. Okay. That's worthwhile on some people are show. Approachable others really, aren't you know, out here in Hollywood. It's just like an unwritten rule, you don't go up to anybody. But you know, some of them are pretty friendly. Others aren't are running the Larry King a lot. And I think he remembers I've been on his show a couple of times in the old days. But he hangs around this area quite a bit. Some Mel Gibson classy guy, Brad Pitt's, a great guy. Nice guy, and he's from Missouri. Back to the phones we go. Let's go next to Steve in Ontario, California. Steven welcome to the program. Good morning, Mr. Nari. How is Steve today? Oh, pretty good. I work nights. Driving trek around, Los Angeles, California. At least you don't have a lot of traffic click today. Type folks that's one of the reasons. I do I don't blame you. Yeah. But I was thinking of hunted movies. You guys were talking about him earlier the movie the hunting with Liam Newson classic classic. And it is every time. I see it. It's just scary. It just tears me apart, and he's a great actor too and the bed comes alive and at the end where the wall comes alive with all the children coming at him. Oh, yeah. And the the gargoyles at the end of the staircase they come alive and just it's a classic movie. And I love it. It is one of the best. Appreciate that. Let's take a few more calls here. John. Mustang ridge, Texas, west of the rocky dots not west of the Rockies. But that's where he is. Hey, John, George. I haven't seen you since. Five and two thousand six. Down here for talks fast and all my with Alex Jones. Exactly. Yeah. Yeah. I really enjoyed meeting. You both years you came out here for talks, and it's a beautiful area. We may end up in Houston. I maybe this year, but may perhaps next year for a live show. You gotta come see us. I will definitely do that two or three hours away. I did want to say. Almost every night. And then I realized after we had met there that you were born at Mount Carmel hospital. That's a small world. It is a small world. I love the twilight zone. The Dow up and gasoline had one step. Yeah. Did you ever hear one step beyond? Oh, yeah. John. I thought that was the most classic one of all because they were based on audible true story. Exactly. And they were so straight faced when he was looking have to right in the camera and the music was so Harry, and then it was time to go to bed. But. I just want to talk to you. And I hope to see you here in Houston or Austin, again, just you know, as soon as we get the date. It's going to be either toward the end of this year or next year for sure we're going to do it. That's great. Well, it's it's a pleasure. Talking to you again, sir. Thanks, John hope to see you then. Okay. We will. We'll do we've got berry in rock hill, south go. He's not there yet. Tom Tom's a little too quick, Greg and Gilmore California's with us. Hey, gregory. Okay. How about you? Okay. And. Excellent. It is it's got that. Nice sleeping sound to it. Yes, sir. I wanted to thank you for turning tuning into disturbs cover of the challenges. Homar gosh, I played that. On Sundays the first Sunday that I'm on. It's riveting, isn't it? Oh, it is. And he's got such control over his voice when he marched the video. Just phenomenal. Yeah. I I'm not sure I ever would have listened to them until I heard that song. I agree. Boy. They sure did. And that was really good. Are. Her. Ask you a short time to go back to judges and a large. Right. What could be done to improve it? Can take a major? What would you do? I would eliminate judicial immunity. Really? That's interesting. Tell me why. Well, because when Georgia third wished defeating we gained our freedom from England his sovereignty is, you know, being a king all all the people. Also, we inherited disarm, Akiva that he had. Different subjects. Yup. We have laws to control each other. Discharged otherwise. So we need laws we need the courts. And so on. The judges with the initial immunity. Are like kings. Old kings? I George west they are immune from prosecution. I didn't know that. You can't show Jags and getting over to get on the bench. Even if even if what they did was a crime, they're still alive to do it. And I would guess there's some judges who crossed the line, right? There is in this county. It's one living in my car right now, actually judge Dono names. No names. No names. Nope. They are one year. The county and the moment she realizes that you hit that prepared to a violent appeal. She does what she wants later. My right to be heard. Why are you in your car? Because. Right to be heard. She wouldn't let me guys lying and so on was like a rent dispute. Yes. She was very protective land direction. They've no considerations. My rights whatsoever. Want me to be hurt which most basic rights? If people didn't they had? Had a right to go into court and be heard before something could be ordered against him. We got chaos soon. We'll thank God a few more weeks. It'll be springtime, right? Yeah. So that'll that'll help text in tweets. What did we have their Tom? So we're done you have to go to the line one. You just need to do it after. Anything you want? But oh, I know why. So this is from the coal in New Mexico. Love listening to Mr Lobo, George. I wanna know do you have a favorite western favorite, western. I think she might have heard you say like westerns are out now. I, you know, I don't know if I have a favorite western are used to like bonanza on television. That was awesome. Did you like Haas was great? They were all good, Michael Landon. You're gone. I I miss him. God rest his soul. Oh, yeah. What's the name of the the the the the father the older guy? Ben Ben Carson, but been known hurt. Right. Ben Carson, Billy Carson, Billy Billy is going to be in Fort Lauderdale. You're missing the Cartwright, Ben Cartwright, but what was his real name Lorne Greene? That's right. But you're missing the greatest western of all which one. Well, we had a one of the two main stars in the studio. Pat, Boone, no, western. Any? He is now he was a kid in the westerly. We know and he is now a big camel the rifleman. Yeah. Yeah. That was a class. I far was okay. Thank let's go to Barry in rock hill, South Carolina. That's why you want to be to take Tom. Barry. I knew Tommy was talking about me. What did you said line want? This is the night you're going to sing a song force. I hear there's a matter of fact, here's the final verse ZZ tops sharp dressed, man, go it goes like where we're gonna have any music. Well, I'm gonna have to just hand living here and see what happens. Oh, gosh. There goes my ratings again. Yeah. I watched the ratings go down areas top coat top hat. I don't worry. 'cause my wallet fat. Why look shop looking for LA they come running just as fast as they can go there it girls. Crazy 'bout I shop grass man look out, Billy Gibbons. I'm happy your job. I think Billy is just passed out. That's great our coordinative minutes ago and to call you up and say Hello. And you do know that Billy Gibbons has you singing on his smartphone? Yeah. Are you told me that story? I could not believe it. I'm just absolutely blown away. Next time. I see them. I mo- introduce myself and tell them mama buddy of yours, and Tom and tell them you're on his phone. She'll play it for you. He was running around the back of the stage having all his buddies. Listen to you. I'll be darn. I can't get over that and Georgia. He was having a great time. Listen, this guy mentioned me on coast to coast Lindo singing. Fantastic. Yours have a great evening, buddy. You and Tommy above. And I can't wait to hear you again next week super. Okay. Let's take some more calls. Let's go to Steve and CASA Arizona. Stephen welcome to the program, sir. Hey, how you doing? Hey got through again. This is great. It's timing. It's all about timing. It sure is yet. I said before I'm going to see out there Comecon or now. Thank you have four mega con- that's gonna be unlawful Nevada. That's it. I'm gonna bring my Elvis suit. And we're all that's right. That's that's that's you. Okay. Yeah. We're going to sing can't help falling in love. That's it. While back there. And but I wanted to say I hit an idea that would save us. I think it would save the nation. You know, like millions of gallons of gas every minute. And it's simple. We have you know, we have the technology right now to take your picture, you know, and give us a ticket, but you ever pull up to a light like or were your coming up to a stoplight, and they'll be like, maybe fifty cars are becoming up to that light..
"macab" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"To open lines here onto coast-to-coast. Let's go to Greg in Alabama east of the Rockies, Gregory. Hello there. Thank you for taking my call. Thank you. I was telling the side. I used to know a man in New Orleans, they tell me that he had been horror. How dare and character? He used was called the marquee Macab. And he also appeared in the movie easy rider, which was filmed there. Classic movie to. Yes, he's in. He appeared in the sequence. It was filmed in the cemetery. And I think they were having an LA day tripper stepping in believe he's like a hallucination. He's where's a dark suit and tie. And. Seem to be reading from the book, maybe the bobble, and then he goes skipping off black umbrella. And he doesn't have any you got to hear his voice cause music is just playing that. He appears just as an image in the movie, but I think he was hide identity. Hopper who saw him in a bar in the French quarter reciting Shakespeare. He liked it that much. Yes. The character was the Marci Macab and about now. Nineteen eighty or eighty one I was living there. I worked in a record store, and he came in and was shopping for a cassette tape to us to help them memorize the role of Shakespeare's Richard two thirds. Did you recognize him when he came in? No, I never saw him. That was the first time I met him. And he told me all about having hosted the horror show. And the marquee mcabe has a friend with him who had. Like, he's co host Joyce sidekick for the show and the person did they were both there together in the record store, and they did their whole opening routine. Jimmy right there on the spot, and I ran into him a couple of times after that like in the French quarter, and they were more than happy. Today's a routine for me again. There was too much one time I was in the grocery store on Royal straight. And they did it for me and the protein Sancti sounds like a nice guy, but Davis called the marquee Macab thinks his name was Paul Ernest. His his name does not appear in the movie credits for easy rider. But I think it was Paul Ernest. Okay. That's worthwhile on some people are so approachable others really, aren't you know, out here in Hollywood. It's just like an unwritten rule, you don't go up to anybody. But. Some of them are pretty friendly. Others aren't I run into Larry King a lot? And I think he remembers I've been on his show a couple of times in the old days. But he hangs around this area quite a bit. Some Mel Gibson classy guy Brad Pitts, a great guy. Nice guy, and he's from Missouri. Back to the phones we go. Let's go next to Steve in Ontario, California. Steven welcome to the program. Good morning, Mr. Nari. How was Steve today? Oh, pretty good. I work nights driving track around, Los Angeles, California. At least you don't have a lot of traffic like today time, folks, that's one of the reasons I do I don't blame you. Yeah. But I was thinking of hunted movies. You guys were talking about him earlier the movie the huntin with Liam Newson classic classic. And it is every time. I see it. It's just scary. It just tears me apart, and he's a great actor too. Oh, yeah. And the bed comes alive and at the end where the wall comes alive with all the children coming at him. Oh, yeah. And they the gargoyles at the end of the staircase they come alive and just it's a classic movie. And I love it. It is one of the best pre that let's take a few more calls here. John is an Mustang ridge, Texas, west of the rocky dots not west of the Rockies. But that's where he is. Hey, John, eight George. I haven't seen you since. Thousand five and two thousand six when you're down here for talks vest and with Alex Jones walkway walkway. Yeah. And then I. Really enjoyed meeting. You both years came out here for talks, and it's a beautiful area. We may end up in Houston. I maybe this year, but may perhaps next year for life show. You gotta come see us. I will definitely do that. Some only two or three hours away. I did want to say I knew almost every night. And then I realized after we had met there that you were born at Mount Carmel hospital. That's a small world. It is a small world. I love the twilight zone and and for grades gasoline had one step. Yeah. Jerry here. One step beyond let John I thought that was the most classic one of all because they were based on audible true story. Exactly. And they were so straight faced when he was looking yet the right in the camera and the music was so Harry, and then it was time to go to bed. But. I just want to talk to you. And I hope to see you here in Houston or Austin, again, just do you wish soon as we get the date. It's going to be either toward the end of this year or next year for sure we're going to do it. That's great. Well, it's it's a pleasure. Talking to you again, sir. Thanks, John hope to see you then. Okay. We will will do we've got berry in rock hill south Bill. Now, he's not there yet. Tom Tom's a little too quick, Greg Gilmore California's with us. Hey, gregory. Tank. Okay. How about you? Okay. Excellent. It is it's got that. Nice sleeping sound to it. Yes, sir. Fish. At first I wanted to thank you for turning us show onto disturbs cover of the challenges. Omar gosh, I've played that. On Sundays the first Sunday that I'm on. It's riveting, isn't it? Oh, it is. And he's got such control over his voice when he botched the video. Phenomenal. Yeah. I I'm not sure I ever would have listened to them until I heard that song. I agree. Boy. Sure did. And that you're really good. I never heard of that. And ask you a short time ago back to judge the laws. Right. It could be done to improve it. Can evenings. I can think of one thing major right off the bat. What would you do? I would eliminate judicial immunity. Really? That's interesting. Tell me why. Well, because when George third wished we gained our freedom from England sovereignty is, you know, being a king all all the people. We all of a sudden also we inherited that he had. Different subjects. Yup. We have to have lost control. Things that are not otherwise. So we need need coach. Showing? The judges with the initial immunity. Are like kings. Old-fashioned kick George was they are immune from prosecution. I didn't know that. Wash. You can't you can't show a gauge and getting where they did on the bench. Even if even if they did was a crime, there's still alive to do it. And I would guess there's some judges who crossed the line, right? Well, there is in this county. It's fun living in my car right now, actually Jedrzej, no names. No names. No names. No. Yeah. I'd say it's one guy that handles all the accounting and the moment that she realizes that you hit. Prepared to a violent. He'll she does what she wants. Jeez. Literally dragged my right to be heard. Why are you in your car? Because. Right to be heard. She wouldn't let me say this guy is lying to repeating. And so on was like a rent dispute. Yes. She was very protective. Drake's and gave no consideration my rights whatsoever. Around. Which is one of our most basic rights and people getting laid they had a right to go into court and be heard before something could be ordered against him. There. We got chaos soon. We'll thank God a few more weeks. It'll be springtime, right? Yeah. So that'll that'll help texting tweets. What did we have their Tom? So we're done you have to go to the line one. You just need to have to you don't have to anything you want. But oh, I know why. So this is from the coal in New Mexico. Love listening to Mr Lobo, George. I want to know do you have a favorite western favorite, western? I think she might have heard you say like westerns are out now. I, you know, I don't know if I have a favorite western I used to like bonanza on television that was fun hostage. You like Haas was great. They were all good, Michael Landon. Yeah. Gone. I I miss him. God rest his soul. Yeah. What's the name of the the the the father the older guy? Ben Ben Carson but been doing hurt. Right. Ben Carson skit Billy Carson, Billy Billy is going to be in Fort Lauderdale. You're missing the grand Cartwright, Ben Cartwright, but what was his real name Lorne green? That's right. But you're missing the greatest western of all which one. Well, we had one of the two main stars in this studio. Pat, Boone, no, western. Any he is now he was a kid in the western Illinois. And he is now a big fan of the rifleman. Yeah. Yeah. That was a class. I far. Okay. Thank let's go to Barry in rock hill, South Carolina. That's why you want to be the take Tom. Hi, barry. I new Tommy was talking about what did you said line want? This is the night you're going to sing a song force. I here as a matter of fact, here's the final verse of ZZ tops sharp-dressed, man. Here we go. It goes like this is what we're gonna have any music. Well, I'm we'll have to just hand limit here. And see what happens. There goes my ratings. Yeah. I watch a rating go down areas top coat top hat. I don't worry 'cause my wallet fat shades, white gloves. Shop looking for LA they come running just as fast as they can cause Eric goes crazy 'bout I shop dressed, man. Look out Billy Gibbons. I'm after your job. I think Billy is just passed out. That's great our coordinator. So go ahead to call you up and say that Billy Gibbons has you singing on his smartphone? Yeah. You told me that story. I could not believe it. I'm just absolutely blown away. Next time. I see them. I MO introduce myself and tell them mama buddy of yours, and Tom and tell them you're on his phone. Afra she'll play it for you. He was he was running around the back of the stage having all his buddies. Listen to you. I'll be darn. I can't get over that George. He was having a great time. Listen, this guy mentioned me on coast to coast. Listen to me singing. That is fantastic doors. Have a great evening, buddy. You and Tommy both. And I can't wait to hear you again next week super. Okay. Let's take some more calls. Let's go to Steve and CASA gun the Arizona. Stephen welcome to the program, sir. Hey, how you doing? Through again. This is great. It's timing. It's all about timing. It sure is yet. Yeah. You said before I'm gonna see out there Comecon or now the UFO mega con- that's going to be unlawful Nevada. That's it. I'm gonna bring my oldest suit. And we're going. Oh, that's right. That's that's that's you. Okay. Yeah. We're going to sing can't help falling in love. That's it. Or you awhile back there. And but I wanted to say I had an idea that would save us. I think it would save the nation. You know, like millions of gallons of gas every minute. And it's simple. If we have, you know, we have the technology right now to take your picture, you know, and give us a ticket. But but you ever pull up to a light like or you're coming up to a stoplight, and they'll be like, maybe fifty cars be becoming up to that light..
"macab" Discussed on The Peter Attia Drive
"I wasn't even aware of the Patou itary receptions, I was aware of youth rectums. Of course, I had no idea they were respecting adrenal glands, which strikes me as ridiculous, but to actually respect the Patou itary gland. I mean, that's Macab. It's it. Yeah. Yeah. Exactly, Transfield receptions. I mean, it's just hard to believe and yet lost in that story, which should be added just to complete the sentences and up until Bernard Fisher came along. It was viewed as completely nonsensical that you would do anything other than disfigure a women with breast cancer by removing every piece of tissue above her ribcage. It's interesting point you raise right winter. I never really had contemplated, truthfully. Which is could that have taken place if the roles were reversed gender wise, I'd never really thought of it think also about hysterectomies the routine use of hysterectomy on the assumption that women once header children doesn't need to have her uterus. And by the way, since we're removing your uterus. Let's remove your ovaries as well. Because what the hell they're just there. Let's take them out as if they have no function that casual attitude, let just get in there and get rid of the term hysterectomy. You maybe provide a bit of context for the listener on what that means. Well, his. Daria was thought to because by the wondering womb, which detaches itself and wonder ser the female body, causing mayhem and despair. Yeah. Yeah. Part of har- more ludicrous notions about the female body. The point is women weren't treated fairly and they're still not being treated fairly and just to amplify one point..
"macab" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour
"We wrote our names on marshmallows, and stuck them on a minora, my friend had brought along for the occasion since it was our party. And we could celebrate it any way we want it. We decided to decorate the minora with drills and Halloween skulls. And then we let all the candles even though it was only the first day of Hanukkah, and what probably counts as an awful some moment. Eventually the candles burned. Low enough to set the marshmallows on fire and we watched with horrified. Glee is our namesake marshmallows were incinerated between the glaring grins of our Halloween skulls in the song, which just so happened to be on the radio at that moment, the old doors song the end such a fucking. Fantastic dark song. If you've never heard it look it up right now. And listen to it. Before you finish reading the rest of this. Because it it's it's just so great. I have to admit I was both horrified and Khalifullah in equal measure. It was so perfect. So Macab so gorgeous. I asked the resident ju- if she was okay. With so much holocaust symbolism after all skulls in the minora cremated marshmallows with our names on them. Jim Morrison singing, this is the end beautiful friend the end. I mean. Jeez. Louise, but she loved it. Maybe because the moment embraced the reality of the Jewish experience. I'm a level most people who aren't tested don't even allow let alone celebrate on a holy day and brought on a sort of spiritual. Catharsis? I don't know. But it was such a glorious and moving display we've decided to make it an annual tradition and an annual tradition of togetherness and spiritual connection and a lifetime of emotional and spiritual poverty. It truly is a happy moment in. Cause to celebrate. Thank you for that. That is just. So fantastic. So fantastic. This I debated on whether or not to read because he's really dark, and it's pretty graphic. It is a snapshot from someone's life, and I normally don't do trigger warnings. But you may wanna fast forward a minute for two because this is pretty it's pretty heavy and is pretty graphic. But it really moved me. And I feel like this podcasts. I want this podcast to be one of the places where people. Can hear stuff? That they can't hear anywhere else. Because for some people who've had really really dark experiences. The feeling of being alone is exacerbated by people not wanting to hear their truth or to talk about their truth. This is filled out again. This is a struggle in a sentence, Phil filled out by a woman who calls herself dab stress g about her depression. Like, I'm missing some intrinsic part of Hugh of being human about her sex addiction, the only natural high. I get is from the thrill of having sex with a new man about her co dependency being codependent relationship feels like being on a shitty rickety old see-saw for eternity. And then this is the snapshot that. I was warning you about. The fresh self inflicted cigarette. Burns things my hand as you bend me over the cold marble, bathroom counter, you lean into my ear and whisper if you move or make a sound you will never see me again. And my blood runs cold you're fucking asshole as I lay there like a dead fish. I don't feel anything and I'm not here anymore. I didn't move or make a sound you push me down and Jack off onto my face. You're staring down into my eyes. Your face twisted up horribly, an expression, I can only describe as terrifyingly primal, and I can see how much you truly hate me when you're finished. I look at myself in the mirror, you're com drips down my face. And my eyes are dull and lifeless my makeup. I had my makeup. I had spent hours on that morning for our date. Day is smeared in ruined. I hate the dead girl staring back at me. And I still see her since then. Sending us some love, man. I hope you're processing that with a professional. Or in a support group? And any comments to make the podcast better. Stop apologizing percents ring out the more intense and disturbing content on a loyal fan, and I pay for the back catalogue on Stitcher and the darker episodes are honestly, my favorite and keep me coming back for more. Thank you for that. They need some some love. This is a happy moment filled out by a trans masculine. Person who refers. To themselves, gene, e they identify as trans masculine gender queer. When I.
"macab" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show
"What's going on there jerky? Everybody jocks last week was in here. That's cool. Yeah. Nice guy. Very nice guy. Yeah. My feeling he's gubernatorial candidate Republican here in California. My feeling about him. I don't know. Well, I don't know all of his policies. All I know is he's not Gavin Newsom. And I look at California is the Cleveland Browns and all we've been doing losing and Cleveland with without a chance of a draft. Right. It's just they're just things are celebrating. They are exceleron. Right. People are kind of becoming aware of. Right. And I had this sort of this fort of Macab fantasy drew macabre. I was like a single day like, well, look, California. So fucking dumb. We're just gonna phone didn't cavern news fine four years ago of new some that'll be enough for everything that completely come undone. And then at some point we'll bottom out as you like to say in your profession, and we'll have to get sober. We will. But we'll just we're not quite there. I feel like we're six months away from awakening the insight, right? Maybe I have a problem. Yeah. I think I feel like if the if the election were six months away, people would be like wait hallway what's going on here. Right. We're fall apart. We are. And it's it's weird. It's weird to be near dead last in education and be California and have the most poverty and Brian of the crime and homelessness craziness in California, which always felt like a beach boys song air, some some no more not no more as you pointed this out five years ago Bana taxpayers homeless. Yep. I've always said that and it's so anyway, we'll will vote in Gavin Newsom of them will bottom out. And then then hopefully, they'll be some change the way I look at it the way it has to be I guess, I guess that's the way it has to be. All I want and all of ever wanted is just pretend it's a business. Start looking at the numbers and start doing what you do if it were business it, right? And you want that's all that's all I've ever wanted. I don't expect anything more and. When I but instead it's treated like a philosophy class or something. You know what? I mean. It's like weird political science class. Yeah. There's there's this their California is weird. And that we sit around and discuss the idea of ideas. Right. But we never really get to work. We just wanted to scuttle what it might be like or what we could be or what we should be or what the ideal is. We never really there is no rubber that meets the rose. No getting to the ideal that just declaring the ideal. And then everything that's necessary for society run just collapses because they don't pay attention to that literally civilization coming that. I'm telling people this that this situation with this annotation downtown, and the I talked to a rat guy this morning a term ex guy. It talked a rat guy..
Why Do We Carve Pumpkins Around Halloween?
"Remember when you were a kid, and everyone told you your special they were right? You me and everyone alive on earth. Today are the most special group of humans who've ever lived. We're the ones who will have to save the human race from extinction. I'm stephie should knows. Josh clark. Join me for the end of the world the ten part podcast series. That looks at the existential threats that are coming our way. If you Manitou come together like we never have before we might just be able to survive the end of the world with Josh Clark coming to the iheartradio app. Apple podcasts. Google play music Spotify, Stitcher or wherever you get your podcasts. And look for hashtag e OT w Josh Clark on social. Welcome to bring stuff from how stuff works. Hey, rain stuff. Lauren Boko bomb here traditions have always played a big part in what defines any holiday, but how weans traditions are some of my favorites, the costumes the trick or treaters the horror flicks in the Macab decor, including Jack lanterns grinning and glowing next to front doors all across America like most folklore the history of the Jack lantern varies a bit. Depending on who's telling the story, but all stories involve a clever drunkard who pulls one over on the devil legend has it in seventeenth or eighteenth century Ireland a foul mouthed and disreputable Nizer named stingy Jack asked the devil to go have a drink with him. Jack was the generic name for the common man at the time. Hence jack-of-all-trades every man, Jack, Jack the ripper at cetera but back to stingy Jack and his request for a drink the devil obliged. And when the Bill came there was that awkward moment that we're also familiar with Jack expected, the devil to take care of things and the devil thought. Jack should pony up seeing how Jack had no money anyway, he can. Vinced the devil to turn himself into a sixpence coin to pay the Bill the devil fell for it. Injects skipped on the Bill, but slipped the coin into his pocket where he had a secret weapon a silver cross the devil was stuck in Jack's pocket trapped by the cross. But Jack struck a deal and let the devil. Go provided the devil wouldn't come after Jack for a period of one year or ten years, depending on who you ask the devil had no choice, but to agree Jack took out the coin and the devil returns to his normal form and went on his not so merry way. At the end of the agreed upon timeframe the devil found Jack for a little payback. But somehow Jack convinced him to climb a tree in search of an apple Jack before they set off for hell the horned one. Once again obliged only to see Jack carve cross into the trunk leaving the beast stranded. Again, Jack had a sites on a higher prize this time, he said, let the devil down only if he promised to never claim Jack soul for hell. The devil had nothing to do. But agree when Jack died Saint Peter rejected him at the pearly. Gates because of his suspect credentials, the devil, wouldn't and couldn't let Jack into hell. They're agreement at the tree in the end the devil gave Jack Olympic burning coal to light has way through purgatory. Jack carried the coal inside of a hollowed out turnip Irish families told the tale and began to put carved out turnips their windows to prevent stingy, Jack and other ghouls from entering the home. Some had scary faces carved into them to frighten such ghosts away. The tail spread to Scotland in England where folks might use potatoes or beets when those families immigrated to America, they realized that the pumpkin native to the area was more ideal for carving, and that is why you see Jack lanterns unfortunate around Halloween. Episode was written by Emily, Senna, Bogan and produced by Tyler clang, her Moyen this and lots of other glowing topics. Visit our home planet. How stuff works dot com. Father is Keith hunter just Persson. He's known as the happy face serial killer. On one side of the coin is a loving family, man. And then on the other side of the coin he is everything that could hurt you. He goes from protected or predator. Have you face a new series from house to forks new episodes out every Friday on apple podcasts or wherever you get gassed?
"macab" Discussed on Tony the Movie Guy
"And again, it's another horror movie, so I feel like I'm doing okay. So trying pretty good. He's gonna make up some of the ridiculous. Yeah, I don't really have any ridiculous ones. Mine are all pretty Macab. So my next one you're gonna laugh at the movie choice, but you've got to admit there are really good death scenes, final destination. I haven't seen it. Wow. Okay. So I've seen actually, I think all of them, I think have seen one of the later ones. Okay. Terrible. Yeah, no later ones get ridiculous, cheesy, horror, movies that people actually quite popular. They make the story was unique. It's this thing you can't fight against you cheat death. The idea is these four people don't get on a plane. The plane explodes, and then death comes off to them in the most awful ways possible. And there's no way no way to escape. And there are two particular death scenes in number one and two that would just so gruesome. I'm going to try to explain it to you and all listeners for those that haven't seen it. There's a girl. She's like making popcorn in the kitchen or something. And then. This noise and she goes towards the microwave and it literally explodes in a face and a piece of glass jumps inter throat. She starts bleeding to their, she runs backwards. Then another spark flight. Her kitchen goes on fire. She falls down. Then she, she reaches up for an for for like help elect to grab something and the like kitchen knife falls on her. MRs Baru toll. And then the other one is this really mean she go gets locked in a tanning bed and literally fries and explodes. So that's not so Nali. I mean, that's what these films are known for is these really Nali deaths. That's why they're almost comical because that will Severi sort of unrealistic had to make us than it had to make the I haven't seen again, I remember seeing one of the later ones and it was like, no, let's say if you're gonna watch any just for the pure entertainment of that little series is watch number one and two, they were pretty final distance. Yeah, final this nation one into. All right. Well, my next one is total classic. Its jaws, and it specifically Robert Shaw the shot counter as he's Quint when that when the shock basically eats him whole? Yeah. The end on the boat. Man, that was axed in my memory. It really is gruesome. And that films like quite slow, he g. rated or something eats them. It's so slow. It's a big mechanical shock long. It's one of the only main scenes where you really get to see the shock as well, but his scream as it's literally just dragging him in. It basically eats him whole was really Nali and really memorable. So that's I didn't want to swim in the ocean or a pool for about a year after that. Absolutely doesn't understand why the pool thing, but still it's water. Exactly. So it's very good choice water. It's a very good choice. My next one you'll be proud of me is American psycho. It was on my list and I took it off. Okay. So I, I love this movie. Now this amazing scene was so creepy, and I'm going to describe it in detail. So it's when he kills Jared Leto one that was on my list social. He he's got him in parliament. He's, he's got. Him drunk, and he's like chitchatting to him. He goes out of the room, Jared, Leto sort of notices. What do you of newspaper on the grown. Cool plan. Then he walks in from behind him as put on this really creepy like jazz music you. We Louis new explaining eighties albums details,.
Dozens of raccoons die from viral 'zombie' outbreak in New York's Central Park
"A daughter with a love of the Macab, have? Won an, online auction to spend a, night in. The. Massachusetts, bedroom where Lizzie Borden is thought to have killed her stepmother with an axe Lizzie Borden kill builder parents with. An axe Sarah love, bath New York told the herald new she paid four hundred and twenty five dollars for. A, night in the room at the Lizzy Borden bed and breakfast and Fall River as a retirement gift for, her mom reaching of Manchester New Hampshire. The mother and daughter are scheduled to stay in. The room on the. Night of August fourth the. Anniversary of the eighteen ninety two axe murders of Andrew and Abby Borden Lizzie. Borden was tried and, acquitted of the killings to this day some people think she got away with murders I'm Barbara Kusak The deaths of. More than two dozen raccoons have been reported. In central, park authority say the deaths resulted from viral outbreak the causes ambi- behavior in the raccoons the most recent dead raccoon was spotted on east one hundred sixth street and the east Dr yesterday morning two of the dead raccoons tested. Positive for the canine distemper virus which. Doesn't affect humans but can spread. To unvaccinated dogs the twenty four other raccoons are believed to have been infected by distemper because their desks were clustered in such a time a short time and in one, area wins news time nine. Fifty six that brings us to Bloomberg money watch on ten ten wins.
"macab" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard
"I bet y'all think that we still got chain games down here the way y'all like to portray your wrastling and we look at each other like you do have cheik we just passed one on the way in and he starts telling us about how he hates how we portrayed ray he hates how we have portrayed the south he hates are wing portrayed all this shit and i'm thinking okay i'm not getting my shoot here i'm gonna have to go to plan b i just want to get the hell out of dodge 'cause restrain stories down in prison as start draft meeting up and the guy that i'm whis is well sir i don't understand your apprehension we we we've talked to the sheriff's department and they're willing to cooperate with us fully well they've even given us uniformed officers and patrol cards and we've even got one of them this agreed to take bribe on camera my face drops because all i wanted to do was get the hell out of there go secure macab county sheriff's department and pretend like this meeting never happened we didn't have cell phones we get back to the hotel which was about a two minute drive in i go in the hotel i'm looking at my thing my red light is already beeping i get the message and was the sheriff from the sheriff's department high column hey man how you doing yeah won't make sure we're all good goes bruce is their problem with the warden.
"macab" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio
"Graphic warning here he would have their bodies force on the stakes the stakes going through the rain as'son in pale item that way he was also infamous for casually dining as he watched these people die a very slow grisly painful death so in a way he did get by through the blood of others in a very dark way sure yet egged in a experiential rather than a physiological way grabs who wishes i don't know that's a dangerous comparison because if we if we engage in that comparison we get to a slippery slope where we could argue that all warlords or even politicians who are in charge of militaries subsist to degree on the blood of others hoping that slope is that slippery think might already of slit uh there's another example which is elizabeth bath three or irs bet bath three the noble woman who is based in what is now known as slovakia in the 1600 she was arrested and accused of numerous macab crimes we have just a few examples of those alleged crimes yeah she would keep her while allegedly she would keep her servants chained up every night so there their hands were just so tightly bound that they would turn blue and sometimes even scored blood out of them as she used to beat her servants to the point that there was so much blood all over the place on the walls on the beds they had to use ashes in cinders to soak it all up in scrub it all away she even burned her servants with metal sticks allegedly red hot keys in coins she iron to the soles of their feet and even stuck burning rods into their vaginas yes and she didn't stop there was stabbing shall sue.
"macab" Discussed on WCHS
"Update cow i watched it all whether the analyst not a walk off homer of the night the dodgers go up two games to none on the cubs clouds stayed up late uh they're going to get map yesterday hella good you're right it was the dodgers the macab tied at one in the bottom of the ninth as the cubs had summoned john lackey from the bullpen justin turner at the plate with two out those two runners all this seems incredible it's a all season long it hasn't been about one guy is a group of guys all um you know shown up to the field in in figuring out a way to win a ballgame one night at a time and uh you know we we've been pretty good at that uh so far justin turner with a walk off threerun home run gave the dodgers four two one win over the cubs so the dodgers rupture games the non game three in chicago tuesday night game three of the alcs at yankee stadium tonight the astros are up their twogame stood on body these are back in the rankings at number twenty three following saturday's comeback whatever texas tech senior safety kyw's your white was named defence chap yet for the game he talked about doubled you've used defense clamping down in the second half after esteem it fallen behind 35 17 of his mother promises more execution and the midwest where of arkansas months we're going to win his name is from the momentum shift of a lego of extract naveh same energy that came out with a muslim scottish on downer plan at home with the crowd mahajan as but on the air savvy late on on the road this week they'll play at baylor at eight o'clock saturday belarus owen six on the year and we should find out the time today four west virginia's next home game october 28th against oklahoma state bartsch as friday night game this week on the road.
"macab" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"Yeah however make prayer i get up and do math morning this show and i think guy when you're on your own board you don't have any better the yellow when you screw up one of your old they earn extra abdelkader the is did you see sean hannity last night's drawing hannity last night one of the best sean hannity's ever for a couple of reasons not because of sean hannity uh for one i don't know what they were thinking of war ingram no those of you that saw those you know what i'm talking about i actually recorded that segment suck could short to my lovely wife i couldn't believe it i don't know what they did with laura but when the camera flipped over lori she looked like she was uh uh casting going through a casting call to play a madam in a thailand hor house that's exactly what she looked like less mmhmm i mean i don't know who did or make up and then let her out of the makeup or i don't know why she looked in the mirror after they did or make a defender here and what are out of makeup from should go wto what are you doing this would flick through this again i mean it was beyond bizarre whose bordering on macab really was and the other part of our hannity that was credible assessment was was rue the steve bannon show steve been ozawa's night and he uh he your sucked all the air out of the room who was the number one best ever a person on the show uh just outstanding and the thing it was only marred by the fact that hannity and god bless hannity for tried he wouldn't stop whining during that screaming about the republicans reelected a very electra all their crap and would been was lauded just go on what what a statement benon told us in no uncertain terms that he's armed with uh well heeded named the family but the family uh he he consulted with them just after coming out of the white house drawn a blank on their name uh uh don black now put their baltic as lawyers and i'm certain that he sat down with a mix of look here's the project i need funded you guys have dough looks role and they all got on board a now been armed with megabucks who's going out and he's primary out funding campaigns probably i've whatever's pack.
"macab" Discussed on NewsRadio1620
"The information was still sketchy we're not getting all the information they must have one thing that i know is that in las vegas nevada they probably have more surveillance cameras per capita than anywhere on earth casinos don't want you stealing from them than what you cheating um and they monitor every vote everything and i would have to imagine that their surveillance video this guy and his girlfriend in orders other this other woman wasn't hanging out with after something over the philippines i would have to imagine that this guy is all over surveillance video i would have to imagine that um the idea that isis takes credit yet were told gaba that does reliever you've probably not real there aren't that many times that isis is taking credit for things were there was some connection isis claims this guy converted to islam months ago and did it for them now as much as the authorities have said we don't see any terrorism connection the also said that he definitely got help the may said he didn't get help that they said that his girlfriend's or a person of interest that she's not uh that there is another person who was with him within then there wasn't then they're in a we did not sure of earlier macab lewis and then we were told definitively there was no other shooter so there's a lot of a m ahmadi receive las vegas police who bill you the wrong or the fbi generally been wrong i think there's something deeper going on here that for some reason they don't want us to know and i think we deserve to know especially the families of those who were shot and or killed deserve to know so it's which interesting to me is that it's a week later well almost a week later and we still know very little that's odd we would know an awful lot if this were some short of other jas and also they tried to be very was saying that that this had nothing to do terrorism when what it does have the dual terrorism whittle your about that for a long time it's weird oh ended the left in the spirit and in the nuts the nuts onus this is white men in america white men did this white men are going to buy the guns and white men this that the other.
"macab" Discussed on WAXE 1370
"They leave this out of them we house stupid the don't coughs to why do they leave the spiritual slide out one we the people have apparently showed our hand you got mel gibson who comes out with that what was it the that jesus movie the passion of crazy and if it made a billion dollars people were converted in their seats down in south florida as the guy sitting there watching it he stands up and said i saw you could vessel wet and confessed and went to jail of this this within took place there the passionate christ do they not know that the american people but then they try to make no noah's ark to the movie noah came out of years ago with one of my favorite actors the australian guy and it was a piece of crap they went away from the true story they tried to make goblins or put something in it that would in really happen why that the the the original store is good enough you know it's arrogant to fabricate and you know what the beautiful set design on this noah's ark of whatever they name the movie beautiful i mean he spent hundred million dollars irony may be in a lot more than that and it fumbled and fail no one one and even the critics who may be your agnostic her atheist they they castigated for not sticking to the original store in you know making up this stuff but uh hollywood needs to men for the should have said the to rate therapy a hollywood producer set where you are just number few weeks ago we you here when he was here at lansdowne mark cook yes learn how do you remember that because he impressed me you have a few years on media what a what a nice man any but getting back to the religious aspect held out your christmas song remember now that hallmark is using the debbie macab and they didn't play it as much because they left out of the they they they played eighty one seconds or whatever it is they call me said my my song made it uh but uh it's called have a very merry christmas a very merry christmas miss this you will the sleigh bells are ringing in the.
"macab" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast
"Then all of their other guys are are unrestricted free agents other than patrick mccaw macab will be arenas limited meaning that another team cannot offer him a deal starting at for the first two years at more than the non taxpayer mid level exception but the non taxpayer mid level exception as a whole lot richer now that it used to be yeah the warriors really are gonna have to start getting some cheap production out of their centers so that they don't have to pay cells a pachulia that much media have a lot of these guys who are kinda at the boomerang alba even with only nine players under contract at the moment and and a draft pick the included in that nine they're already looking at twenty four million over the tax and 62 million in tax payment with kevin durant cap hold should be a above thirty two million he of course it could get up to the max which would be thirty five point seven million that as well and if he takes that then you're looking at even more tax payments and this doubt be there last year in oakland but unlike this year really durant again will be the only guy who would be eligible to take less and this is widening some teams the macaw's gettable because if you just give him even a salary starting at the mid level eight million that's going to be like twenty five million that the warriors have to actually pay in terms of cash so he could won't be gettable there's always the chances will be that they could move shaun livingston who's making a point three million or even may be andre iguodala allah depending but that that would really break up some of the good vibes that they've had so far the rockets have some real risk but i don't think that they have a lot of flexibility because chris paul unrestricted free agent trevor reza unrestricted free agent clint cappella restricted but even if they shed all that money it's not like they would be flexible from a cap perspective notice and in that part of why paul will have them over a barrel but they'll have him too because.
"macab" Discussed on Super Station 101
"A brand new program is united states senator luther strange welcome into the programme solar good morning michael just congratulations well we appreciate that this was actually where i started many years ago where i met this young lady many years ago right here in this very seat but does mickey our producer said earlier today i didn't know each day head to five o'clock i know you guys up to washington you're probably hit a lot more hours even that i do but i'm still get macab webs out on my head so if you all partners are you better town last couple of three days did it obey shelby county did one yesterday in a entrust four with republican women and a lot of things were discussed but it all the quest that i gathered particularly for the debate that i was a moderating in shelby county everything in some form or another was circulating around healthcare and what we're going to do about healthcare obviously the disappointments that we didn't get the repeal dawn i'm not so much concerned about replacement as much as i am repeal and i know there's a lot of things got limited time here today so i want to get an idea from you when we go back into session you know what would you like to see happen and even even if for whatever the reason you know you were not even there what would you suggest would take place in washington dc to get something past well i'd like a personally nachson some heads together myself without that would be appropriate although it'd be sorely tempted to do it having said on the floor of the senate and see in those three republicans vote against the promises they made for years michael i cannot tell you how stomachturning that was it was uh it was just pathetic so now we go back we don't have been described it this way i've talked group we have a 50 vote problem in the senate we don't have fifty conservative republicans who have the presence back and are willing to fulfil their promises so what are you do now uh that we know of obamacare's wanted to collapse these individual market is collapsing before ours album has been the hardest hit two hundred and some two percent premium increases here and medicaid is not sustainable so what's going to happen immediately in a i.
"macab" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast
"Pictureperfect three also came over on the topic of singing how did i entered l m it's all right i'm worried it looks a bit sort of explode he in the sort of you know oh it's the it's the second sequel let's go to europe the sort of thing is maybe a little well we'll say figures frost and then of course was jumanji wants the jungle yet which i was actually super charmed by perhaps despite myself because uh the whole idea of the rock being on the inside a bespeckled thirteen fourteen year old boy i think his is super charming so i'm there so check loza traders out on www the internet dot com an unlit has no would you think i should also of course pitcher b two to people who passed away this week a michael mike fist the swedish actor who was the star of the original version of the euro the dragon tattoo are he pled macab blomqvist's didn't do nothing this classes liked unranked did i went on to become the bad guy and a series of hollywood films include in court john whic chapter one has i'm calling in and mission impossible goes protocol yum where he and the finding tom cruise in a multistorey carpark we've all been there we've all been there a fine actor here huge are really really talented act a huge loss and fifty six like that's the age at all no tragically young hunkered uh sofres add to hear that and of course uh lucy filmrelated but the death of michael bond the greg uh author and creator of paddington bear who passed away this week i was ninety ninety one ninety one.
"macab" Discussed on Inside Psycho
"Castles first movie was called macab it was released only year before cycle was filmed in his gimmick there was modest every movie gobert would receiver certificate for a one thousand dollar life insurance policy from lloyds of london in case they should die a fright during the film nurses were stationed in the lobby and persons were parked outside the theatre mirko perceptible the insurance policy all of it was in the hollywood air when alfred hitchcock was shootings psycho hitchcock and alist director if ever there was one was cool to castles bmovie theatrics on the surface it here with psycho the least polite thriller hit should ever made and the biggest risk of his career hitchcock stared out of the window of his production office at universal he looked down to a world that didn't care if cycle lived or died he needed to demand attention he needed to hedge his bets he needed a dash of william castle in need of great talent for your business but short on time you don't have to get lost in a huge stack of resumes to find your perfect hire no no you just need the right tools smarter tools but ziprecruiter you can post your job to over one hundred of the webs leading job boards with just one click then ziprecruiter puts its smart matching technology to work actively notifying qualified candidates about your job within minutes of posting so you received the best possible matches and unlike other hiring sites ziprecruiter does not depend on the right candidates finding you it finds them no wonder eighty percent of employers who post on ziprecruiter get a quality candidate through the site in just one day in right now inside cycle listeners can post jobs on ziprecruiter for free that's right free just go to ziprecruitercomtalk cycle that's ziprecruitercom psycho one more time to try it for free just go to ziprecruitercom psycho ziprecruiter the smartest way to hire.