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How Jenny Lorenzo Became the Internets Favorite Cuban Abuela

Latina to Latina

05:18 min | 8 months ago

How Jenny Lorenzo Became the Internets Favorite Cuban Abuela

"Jenny. I'm almost have to admit not accustomed to seeing you as jenny. nobody else. Is that what you look like. I want to take a listen to the first video that you ever did. Hold up today. Go to pick up one three gilead of better sex for three going on meeting me gomez day metal supplement. Okay iressa on. And off for the love of god. So here's what's interesting. It's the first video that willa was ever featured in for buzzfeed but she insisted prior channel of mine called aggressive comex and a boiler was first introduced as a superhero Because this was a channel that was predominantly white male audience. I talked about video games and comic books and movies. Sifi strictly me being nerd and then at some point i did a movie review of the film kick ass and me and my writing partner for the show was to the cuban well because he knew that i kind of already did that sort of thing and so it was the same terrible wig that you do see in that buzzfeed video i think i through like baby powder on it to make gray and she had like this painted red mask over her eyes with like a fly swatter as were weapon and then eventually it made no sense for the channel. But you can tell that. I yearned to make this sort of content. It is interesting that something that is as big as a bulla takes that many iterations to get there like. I think there's a lesson in there for any creative. That is not necessarily that. The opening gambit is where you land now never being a nerd is as much a part of your identity and culture as being cuban. It seems did you see characters on tv or in media. Who has a latino nerd you identified with not really wasn't until recently that i started seeing that representation especially in a show like no spooky because these are a bunch of latino gods that are into the macab and they're a bunch of nerds and outsiders because that's a big part of me to what most approximated your own experience i would say. A lot of that was in black television. You see urkel you see. Carlton banks a lot of these like nerdy people of color on tv. Maybe sometimes says from that seventies show me. He had like a bit of a nerdy flair to him. I feel like latinos on tina's specifically were usually depicted as like very sensual loud colorful. You know things sofia vergara in modern family that was the typical depiction of what was and. So that's why. I had a hard time in the audition room. I didn't fit any mold of what especially miami casting paint a picture for me of what auditioning in miami looked like. It was a nightmare for me. I would show up and for those who don't know me. I'm like five feet pasty skinny little shits and he but then i have this like deep voice. No one knows what to do with me. So then i shopped to these auditions and they were usually little late sorta lottery or like colgate but then i would be up against women my age but they looked like supermodels and then there was me so then i just never felt like. I was sexy in us to sell toothpaste. I remember my very very first universal casting audition. It was for the florida lottery. And i had to be like this sexy. You're even an award. These like plastic clear stripper heels. I don't know. I don't know what i was thinking but i was nineteen years old. The silver lining of this terrible experience is that emotive issue to become a creator. I was tired of this. I was so tired. And then i did a couple extra work. Gigs was extra on. Burn notice and dexter. And guess what. I was scantily clad and tacky his hell because that's what they thought of people in miami. All of these shows always depicted people from miami in the same way and it always took place in south beaten always involve drugs and sex and violence. Which is another reason why. I'm working so hard today. To eventually sollers show. That depicts miami in a more authentic way so yeah it pushed me to go to school and learn how to do everything else on my own.

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The Big Red Button

Why It Matters

06:28 min | 10 months ago

The Big Red Button

"I'm gabrielle. Sierra and this is why it matters today a look inside the rules for nuclear launch in the united states and the risks of giving one person so much power. Hey i'm alex bill and i name is abigail sto thurston. Bell and stow. Thurston are both experts at the center for arms control and non-proliferation an ngo that focuses on nuclear security. This means they spent every day thinking about how to prevent nuclear war. Okay so the only person that is in charge of launching a nuclear attack is the president. There's no stopgap. There's no other people he asked to consult. There's nothing else just his decision. Yes so there's no requirement that the president consult with anyone they can and our command and control system is designed so that he can get in contact with advisers that he wants to speak to but no requirement that he consult with anyone before we go any further. Let's get our terms straight. There are two kinds of nuclear strikes retaliation. And i use. The details are complex but both are essentially what they sound like. Retaliation involves responding to a nuclear attack with a nuclear attack. I use means being the first to use nuclear weapons in conflict. Neither of these scenarios requires the president to consult with experts. So if the scene with the big board and the president talking to all of his advisors doesn't need to happen. What actually does need to happen. The protocol for launching nuclear weapon is highly secretive but the main components are known. Could you walk me through. How a i use nuclear strike would go down. It basically starts with the president deciding that he wants to use a nuclear weapon. He can decide this because he feels like an attack is imminent on the united states. He can decide it because we're in a conflict and he wants to use a nuclear weapon to end the conflict you know basically escalate so far that the other side will back down or it could just decide. He wants to use a nuclear weapon their issues surrounding whether or not it would be a legal order. But i think in the heat of the moment you're not gonna have a bunch of lawyers running into the room saying i don't think this is legal. He actually has a direct line to the national military command center. This facility run by the pentagon is ready at any minute of the day to receive a launch order remember. The president is the commander in chief of the military. All he has to do is pick up the phone. Indicate the target and the number of weapons he would like to launch. He has something called biscuit which is a little card that has launch codes on them. Someone verifies that is in fact the president giving this order. The order goes out and within five minutes from the president deciding. I want to launch a nuke to nuke in the air. That's how easy it is terrifying short amount of time and terrifyingly easy today and you're relying on the person who has the authority to know and have thought through all of those consequences. We take it for granted that that person will have thought about that before they do it. There's no checker balance to make sure that that presidents in the right head space has thought through everything has talked with our allies. None of that's there and has it always been this way. So historically commanders did have the ability in the eisenhower administration at the beginning of the nuclear age to use nuclear weapons on their own authorities. Should they not be able to get into contact with the president and then it was in the kennedy administration that we really solidify the idea that it should be the president and the president alone that the consequences of nuclear use is so massive that it really should be a decision at the top level. The idea being that. The american public would always electa relational and straight thinking president and And so that's why. This sort of very undemocratic process develops was a bit of a nuclear monarchy. So the idea was that this one person who was elected by all these people would have the wherewithal to make the right decision in this situation. Yeah it was theorized that way but not everybody always agreed with it. In fact during the height of the cold war there was a lot of debate about whether or not this was a good structure and it kind of went to macab places at times where somebody was positing that. Actually you should have the launch codes in a pill inserted inside of the heart of military attache and the president would actually have to kill that military attache to get the codes and be able to kill hundreds of thousands of people. Obviously that was not an actionable plan by theorists at the time is sort of making the case about how much you're putting on the shoulders of one person and whether or not that's a good idea when it comes to a weapon that's capable of flattening cities and and beyond the stakes surrounding the decision to launch a nuclear first strike are as high as they get and since the attacks on hiroshima and nagasaki. No president has done so in an ideal world the president would think and hard and hear a wide range of opinions before undertaking a first strike but when it comes to the other nuclear scenario retaliation the president would not usually have the luxury of time for retaliation you have to be able to decide and execute the retaliation and a very short time. Lsu you risk being wiped out neutralize before you can do. so this is richard vets. He's the director of the saltzman institute of war and peace studies at columbia university. An adjunct senior fellow here at the council he's served on the senate select committee on intelligence the national security council and advised three cia director's. How short is that time. Well that depends on where you are between india and pakistan which right next to each other could be almost instantaneous. for the united states and russia the Time was generally thought to be once. The missile age began about twenty to twenty five minutes list for the united states depending on various technical details.

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"macab" Discussed on What'sHerName

What'sHerName

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"macab" Discussed on What'sHerName

"Happy Halloween Ghosts the dark scary animals mean people strange men hide Sir enclosed spaces tunnels underground spaces Scorpions spiders amazingly efficient they think about this a lot are you really afraid of the dark dark in places that I'm not familiar with and the there might be stuff out there that is alive or not alive or otherwise threatening yes and that seems to be a common strand among all of our greatest fears maybe everyone's greatest fears and I think since Halloween special HP lovecraft can spill um in this tiny little quote the oldest and strongest emotion of mankind is fear and the oldest Austin strongest fear is fear of the unknown well he definitely knew how to exploit that yes and that's what I think is the cheapest of all of our fears so Halloween is near and dear to our hearts here in America and it's getting bigger every year where we celebrate the Macab and we revel in the unknown and and it seems like what we're doing is conjuring fear and death so that we can face it but the roots wide-brimmed hat and she made potions and she casts spells five hundred years ago really it's a story about fear and how in tutoring land the unknown in the unexplainable was a very scary thing but for one woman known as Mother Shipton nothing was unknowable not even the future and so she was never afraid and that was her power.

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"macab" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

03:40 min | 2 years ago

"macab" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Now, you can get all of love radio shows up there to everyone has been put up there. The audio seeing over and click on them. Yeah. I don't wanna get too much deeper into that. I want to get into some other stuff here. I I'm still shattered on almost every level. I've verse OC Pathak on the radio, I can pull it off. Thank God for this microphone that I have to focus my life and carry on my wife's legacy. I was out in Whitmore lake. The other night haven't been out there. And those of you that are long-term listeners to the show the station. I I was out at that field the field. You know what I'm talking about? That's where WAM fest place remember Wham fest. Wam stock back in two thousand eleven when my wife, and I took this joint over and formed into the coolest radio station ever made it into a national product. And Linda said let's have a festival let's have a celebration. Well, it turned out that it's time that is McCotter was running for president or saying was going to. So we couple that all together, and we were out in Derek remember that was that cooler what we put together a festival fourth of July two thousand eleven and we had that big field right across from the lake there the bottom of the lake and it was it was huge. I mean, huge we had people volunteering part people. You can't describe it had been there. And everybody was saying you gotta do it again. And that was that was Linda's idea came up with. Wimps caught a whim stock was totally as idea the next year. I said baby we can't do this because last year was kind of a one off. And she said, no, we're going to and you never Linda never you never told them to know. But anyway, we did it again. It was not as let's say popular the first one. I don't know people are burned out aging populace, they don't wanna go to festival hang around this the bands things like that. But it was fun. It was a good one. So there were two Wim stocks two of the two thousand eleven was the most notable. And of course, that is mccarter got up there and played his telecaster tire with the witch doctors and a whole bunch of really cool musicians played there and people got up and spoke. It was a lot of fun food was outstanding. It was a real fun festival. One thing led to another did not carry on a lot of that had to do with more people as well. They wanted to do with their fireworks display in the fourth of July. But yeah, Wham stock, but I was out there. The other night I pulled into that post office parking lot. And I sat there and stared at that. I can think about. Let's move on here. So I told you about the kittens that people are protecting over babies, I find this somewhat fascinating. And it's it's Macab bordering on just brutally horrific that you have state senators from various states went from Oregon, New Jersey one from right here in Michigan went from Mexico. There are cosponsored a Bill that they wanna put an end to using kittens for testing and the testing they're talking about they were being fed food Chinese food. I guess if maybe the Chinese are being used as poison poison tasters, I don't know it was introduced about a week after all the Democrats senators voted to block legislation all the Democrats senators all voted to block legislation that would have required doctors to provide medical care to newborns who survive abortion. So in other words, a doctor now in some states definitely an trying to make this national.

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"macab" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

14:00 min | 2 years ago

"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..

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"macab" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

15:59 min | 2 years ago

"macab" Discussed on KGO 810

"Man. Welcome back to open lines here on the coast to coast. Let's go to Greg in Alabama east of the Rockies. Gregory. Hello there. Hello. Thank you for taking my call. Thank you. I was telling. I used to know a man in New Orleans. They're telling me that he had been horror house stare and character. He used was called the marquee Macab. And he also appeared in the movie easy rider, which was filmed there. Classic movie too. Yes. He's in he appeared in the sequence was filmed in the cemetery. And I think they were having LS day tripper stepping in believe he's like a hallucination. He's where's a dark suit and tie. And he's seemed to be reading from the book, maybe the bobble, and then he goes skipping off find your black umbrella. He doesn't have the. You don't hear his voice cause music is just playing. He's appears just as an image 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 to have that much. Yeah. Yes. Character was the marquee Macab and about that now. Nineteen 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 to third. Did you recognize him when he came in? No, I never saw him. That was the first time. I met him. 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 kick. For the show and the person did they were both there together in the record store, and they did their whole opening routine for me 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. They just. There was one time. I was in a and p grocery store on Royal street, and they did it for me and the protein sex sounds like a nice guy, but Davis called the marquee Macab think his name was Paul Ernest. His is named is 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. You know, 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 worked nights driving truck 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 haunted movies. You guys were talking about 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. Oh, yeah. And the bed comes alive and at the end where the wall comes alive with all the children and coming at him. Oh, yeah. And 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 is Mustang ridge, Texas, west of the rocky Dotson west of the Rockies. But that's where he is. Hey, John aide, George. I haven't seen you since. Thousand five and two thousand six when you're down here for talks with Alex Jones. Yeah. Yeah. I. Really enjoyed meeting. You came out here for talks a beautiful area. We may end up in Houston. Maybe this year, but may perhaps next year for life show. You gotta come see us. All we'll definitely do. Some all new Baltimore three hours away. I did want to say let's new 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. Do you? Remember, I love the twilight zone. And cigarettes gasoline at one step. Yeah. Degenerate here one step beyond what John I thought that was the most classic one of all because they were based on audible store. Exactly. And they were so straight faced when he was looking yet the right in the camera and the music was so hairy, 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 gonna do it. That's great. Well, it's it's a pleasure. Talking to you again, sir. Thanks, john. The okay, we will do we've got berry in rock hill. South bill. Not he's not there yet. Tom Tom's a little too quick, Greg and Gilmore California's with a say, Gregory. George. Tang. Okay. How about you? Okay relation. Excellent. It is. It's got that. Nice sleeping sound to it. Yes, sir. This. Firstly? I wanted to thank you for turning the show onto disturbs cover of the challenges. I gosh played that on Sundays the first Sunday that I'm on. It's riveting, isn't it? Oh, it is. And he's got six control over his voice. When you watch the video. Phenomenal. Yeah. I am not sure I ever would have listened to them until I heard that song. I agree. Boy, they sure did that you're really good did your turn to surrender. I never our her. Ask you a short time to go back to the LARs judicial system. Right. What could be done to improve it? Can I can think of one thing major outs to bat? What would you do? I would eliminate judicial immunity. Really? That's interesting. Tell me why. Well, because when Kate Georgia third worst. We gained our freedom from England at the is, you know, being a king give all all the people. We all of a sudden also we inherited disarmer TV. Your different subjects. Yup. We have to have laws to control me. Discharged otherwise. So we need we need the courts. The judges with the initial immunity. Are like kings. Old-fashioned take George worse. They are immune from prosecution. I didn't know that. You can't you can't show Jags and get anywhere. Whether it's overstepping it to get on the bench. Even if even if they did was a crime, there's still alive to do it. And I would guess there some judges who crossed the line, right? Well, there is in this county spun living in my car right now, actually judge no names. No names. No names. No. Not yet. Is one to handle? In the county and the moment she realizes that. You are not. To a violent appeal. She does what she wants 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 guys lying to you already. Was boy like a rent dispute? Yes. She was very protecting landlords direction gave no consideration to my rights whatsoever. Around. I heard which most basic rights if people getting that they 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 texting tweets would we have their Tom? So we're done you have to go to the line one. You just need to diet after India anything you want. But 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 I used to like bonanza on television that was fun hostage. You like Haas was great. They were all good. Michael Landon year gun. 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 knowing hurt right? Ben Carson's, 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, Gordon green? 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 this studio. Pat, Boone, no, western. Many. He is now he was a kid in the westerly Healy. No. And he is now a big John all the rifleman. Yeah. Yeah. That was acquired quite far. That was okay. Thank let's go to Barry in rock hill, South Carolina. That's why you want to be taken, Tom. Hi, mary. I knew Tommy was talking about what 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 of z tops sharp-dressed, man. Here we go. It goes like is we're gonna have any music. Well, I'm to have to just add limit here. And see what happens. Oh, gosh. There goes my ratings. Yeah. I watched the ratings go down areas topcoat. Hat. I don't worry 'cause my wallet fat black shades white glove this shop looking for LA they come running just as fast as they can go there. It goes crazy about 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 Hello. And you do know that Billy Gibbons has you singing on his smartphone? Yeah. You told me that story. I could not believe it. I'm just absolutely well away next time. I see them. I MO introduce myself and tell them I'm a buddy of yours and Tommy 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 darned I can't get over that Georgia. He was having a great time. Listen, this guy mentioned me on coast to coast. Listen to me singing. Fantastic doors have a great evening, buddy. You and Tommy both. And I can't wait 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 through again. This is great. It's timing. It's all about timing. It sure is. Yeah. Yeah. Said before I'm gonna see out there at Comecon, or now, what are the UFO mega con- that's going to be unlawful in 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 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 you ever pull up to a light like or you're coming up to a stoplight, and they'll be like, maybe fifty cars are becoming up to that light. And then one car will come up and trigger the light. And then make the fifty cars stop just so that the one car can pull out so all that gasoline and all them brake pads are being wasted y'all all that momentum. Why not there should be a censored that sense is all them people coming up to that light. And just let them all go through. And then and then then the car could could go then they're like it change. And then the one car goes through if they did that across the nation. They we'd probably save a million gallons of gas every minute. Interesting take I never thought of that. It happens all the time or your there'll be a hole her two cars going down the highway, and then Carl come up, you know, how it triggers the light? And then the one light, you know, and then everybody has to stop, but one Kartik pull out its le-. Let me ask you something. I've I've noticed that. You've got light that just stays read read read read them when a car comes up to and finally changes is it it is reading the vehicle. I guess it knows that there's a car there. Right. Yeah. It sounds it. And then it then it activate yet to pull up there too. That's why like people like if you stay back. Change your won't see you. It doesn't stunts it. Yeah. The sensors are in the in the ground, but you know, like, they have the technology that to take your take your picture and send you a ticket in the mail. But they don't if they've got that technology that I'm sure they've got technology to see all these cars coming down the road. And then just at least wait for that whole herd cars to go through. That's that's true..

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"macab" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

16:28 min | 2 years ago

"macab" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Man. Welcome back to open lines here on coast to coast. Let's go to Greg in Alabama east of the Rockies. Gregory. Hello there. Hello. Hello. Thank you for taking my call. Thank you. I was telling because I used to know a man in New Orleans who told me that he had been horror. How dare and character? He used was called the marquee Macab. And he also appears in the movie easy rider, which was filmed there. Classic movie to. Yes, he's in. He appeared in the sequence was filmed in the cemetery, and they were having an day tripper stepping in believe he's like a hallucination, where's a dark suit and tie. And he seemed to be reading from the book maybe the bible, and then he goes skipping off find your black umbrella that he didn't have the. You don't hear his voice cause music is just playing. But he's appears just as an image in the movie, but I think he was hide identities. Hopper who saw him in a bar in the French quarter reciting Shakespeare. He liked it that much. Yes. Character was Marci Macab and about I love that. Now eighty or eighty one I was living there I worked in a record store, and he came in and was shopping for cassette tape for 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 I met him. And he told me all about having hosted the horror show and the marquee mcabe his a friend with him who had like his cO house. Joyce sidekick. For the show and the person did they were both there together 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 to a routine for me again. I just. There was one time. I was in the grocery store on Royal street. And they did it for me in the produce. Sounds like a nice guy. But Davis called the marquee Macab think his name was Paul Ernest. His 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 so approachable others really, aren't you know, out here in Hollywood. It's just like an unwritten rule. You don't go up anybody. But you know, 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 worked nights driving around Los Angeles, California. At least you don't have a lot of traffic like today. Type folks that's one of the reasons. I do I don't blame you. Yeah. But I was thinking of haunted movies. You guys were talking about him earlier the movie the haunting with Liam Newson. Classic classic. And it is every time. I see it. It's just scary. 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 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 Dotson west of the Rockies. But that's where he is. Hey, John, George. I haven't seen any since. Thousand five and two thousand six when you're down here for talks with Alex Jones walkway. Yeah. Yeah. And then I. Really enjoyed meeting. You both years that you came out here for talks, and it's a beautiful or we may end up in Houston. I maybe this year, but may perhaps next year f- for life show. You gotta come see us. I will definitely do that. Some only about two or three hours away. I did want to say, let's you almost every night. And then I realized that after we had met there that you were born at Mount Carmel hospital. That's a small world. It is a small world. Do you ever? I love the twilight zone. And. Gasoline had one step. Yeah. Jerry here. One step beyond lead, John Newman. 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 here in Houston or Austin, again, just 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. Now, he's not there yet. Tom Tom's a little too quick, Greg Gilmore California's with us say Gregory. Okay. How about you? Okay. And the rain. Excellent. It is it's got that. Nice sleeping sound to it. Yes, sir. Fish. At first I wanted to thank you for joining us all onto disturbed cover of the challenges. Moammar 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. Phenomenal. Yeah. I I'm not sure I ever would have listened to them until I heard that song. I agree. Boy, bent. Sure did. And that was really good. Your turn to surrender. I never heard it. Otherwise. Ask you a short time ago back judges. Right. What 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 Kate Georgia third worst. We gained our freedom from England his sovereignty is, you know, being a king all all the people. We all sudden also we inherited that he had given. Subjects. Yup. We have to have laws to control the. Things that are not otherwise. So we need we need the courts. Showing? The judges with the initial immunity. They are like kings. Old fashioned kick, George worse. They are immune from prosecution. I didn't know that. You can't you can't show Jags and getting where if they're so receptive to get 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 spun living in my car right now, actually judge Dono names. No names. No names. No, not yet. It's one guy did handle. County and the moment that she realizes that you are not. Paired a violent appeal. She does what she wants. Jeez. Literally dragged my right to be heard. Why are you in your car? Because she denied my right to be heard. And she wouldn't let me say this guy's lying to you already fading. And so on was it like a rent dispute? Yes. She was very protective landlords Drake's and gave no consideration to my rights. Wouldn't even allow me to be heard which is one of our most basic rights and people getting laid that they 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 texting tweets would we have their Tom? So we're done you have to go to the line one. You just need to deal with after 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 year gone. I I miss him. God rest his soul. Oh, yeah. What's the name of the the the the father the older guy? Ben Ben Carson, but known Cartwright, Ben Carson schiavi, 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, Gordon green? 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 western. And he is now a Big Joe camel the rifleman. 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 knew Tommy was talking about what you said line one. This is the night you're gonna sing a song force. I hear is a matter of fact, here's the final verse of ZZ tops sharp-dressed. Man, we go it goes. Like there is we're gonna have any music. Well, we'll have to just hand limit here. And see what happens. Gosh, there goes my ratings again. Yeah. I watched the ratings go down areas. Top coats top hat. I don't worry 'cause my wallet fad shades, white loves this shop looking for LA they come running just as fast as they can cause Eric girls. 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 Hello. And you do know 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 a buddy of yours in Tom. 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 golden the Arizona. Stephen welcome to the program, sir. Hey, how you doing? Got 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 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. That's it. Or you awhile 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. If we have, you know, we have the technology right now to take your picture and give us a ticket. Yup. But you ever pull up to a li- like or you're coming up to a stoplight, and they'll be like, maybe fifty cars will be coming up to that light. And then one car will come up and trigger the light. And then make the fifty cars stop just so that the one car can pull out all that gasoline and all them brake pads are being wasted y'all all that momentum. Why not there should be a sensor that sense all them people coming up to that light. And just let them all go through. And then and then then the car could co could go then they're like it change. And then the one car goes through if they did that across the nation. They would probably save a million gallons of gas every minute. Interesting take and never thought of that. Because it happens all the time or your there'll be a hole her two cars going down the highway, and then a car will come up. You know, how it triggers the light? And then the one. You know and mean everybody has to stop for one Kartik pull out its le-. Let me ask you something. I've I've noticed that. You've got light that just stays read read read read them when a car comes up to it at finally changes. Is it it is reading the vehicle. I guess it knows that there's a car there. Right. Yeah. It censors it, and then it then it activate yet to pull up there too. That's why like people like if you stay back. It'll never change your won't see you. It doesn't sense it. Yeah. The sensors are in the in the ground, but you know, like, they have the technology that to take your take your picture and send you a ticket in the mail. But they don't if they've got that technology that I'm sure they've got technology to see all these cars coming down the road. And then just at least wait for that whole her two cars to go through through. That's that's true. How long have these sensors been how long are these sensors been around forever? I mean, they said streetlights I mean. At first when they used to be they used to be on timers. Yeah. Yeah. But then they fixed it, you know, because you wouldn't want it to turn red on a bunch of cars for no reason. So when one car pulls up, that's a good point is it but nine times out, you know, you'll see it so.

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"macab" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

16:01 min | 2 years ago

"macab" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Man. Welcome back to open lines here on the coast to coast. Let's go to Greg Alabama east of the Rockies. Gregory. Hello there. Hello. Thank you for taking my call. Thank you. I used to know a man in New Orleans tell me that he had been horror. How dare and the 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 daytrippers stepping in believe he's like a hallucination, whereas I dark suit and tie. And he's seemed to be reading from the book, maybe the bobble, and then he goes skipping off find your black umbrella. And then he doesn't have any. You don't hear his voice because music is just playing. That he appears just as an image in the movie, but I think he was high identities hopper. Saw him in a bar in the French quarter reciting Shakespeare. He liked that much. Yes. The character was the Marci Macab and about. Eighty or eighty one I was living there. I worked in a record store, and he came in and was shopping for cassette tape for you to help them memorize the role of Shakespeare's Richard to start. Did you recognize him when he came in? No, I never saw him. That was the first time. I met him. He told me all about having hosted the horror show and the Marquis mcabe has a friend with him who had like his co host. Joyce side kick for the show and the person did they were both there together in the record store, and they did their opening route change on me 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. Jay's a routine for me again. They just they were much one time. I was in the AM. Grocery store on loyal straight. And they did it for me in the produce. Sounds like a nice guy. Yeah. But Davis called the marquee Macab thinks his name was Paul Ernest is his name does not appear in the movie credits for easy rider. But I think it was Paul Ernest. Okay. Is 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 you know, 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 worked nights driving truck 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. 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 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 is an Mustang ridge, Texas, west of the rocky Dotson west of the Rockies. But that's where he is. Hey, john. Hey, george. I haven't seen you since. Thousand five and two thousand six when you're down here for talks with Alex Jones walkway. Yeah. Yeah. 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 Ephraim life show. You gotta come see us. I will definitely do that. Some only about two or three hours away. I didn't wanna say less new 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. Do you? Remember, I love the twilight zone. And. Gasoline had one step. Yeah. Jerry here. One step beyond. Oh, yeah. Let John Newman. I thought that was the most classic one of all because they were based on possible. True story. Exactly. And they were so straight faced when he was looking you have to right in the camera and the music was so Harry, and then it was time to go to bed. But I guess the 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 gonna 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 not. He's not there yet. Tom Tom's a little too quick, Greg Gilmore California's with us, Ed, Gregory. Okay. How about you? Okay. And the rainiest roofing insulation. Excellent. It is it's got that. Nice sleeping sound to it. Yes, sir. Firstly? I wanted to thank you for turning the show onto disturbed cover of the challenges. I 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 watch the video. It's just phenomenal. Yeah. I I'm not sure I ever would have listened to them until I heard that song. I agree that boy, they sure did. And that was really good too. Surrender. I never heard it. Otherwise. And ask you a short time ago back to use and a large educational system. Right. What could be done to improve it? Can I can take 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 Georgia third worst. If we gained our freedom from England his sovereignty is, you know. Being a king? Give all all the people. We all of a sudden also we inherited disarmer TV. Different subjects. Right. Yup. We have to have laws to control the. Discharged or otherwise. So we need laws coach. With the initial immunity. Are like kings. Old-fashioned kick George worse. They are immune from prosecution. I didn't know that. You can't show Jags and getting silver shopping it to get on the bench. Even if even if they're 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 don't no names. No names. No names. No. Not yet. I'd say it's one that handles all the county and the moment that she realizes that you are. Two of violence. He'll she does what she wants. Jeez. Later lead. 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 like a rent dispute. Yes. Now, she was very protective no consideration in my life. Wouldn't even allow me to be hurt which one of our most basic rights. If people didn't believe that they 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 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 do. Anything you want? But 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 I used to like bonanza on television. That was awesome. Did you like Haas was great? They were all good. Michael Landon year 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 Benaud Cartwright, Ben Carson schiavi 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, Gordon 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 the studio. Pat, Boone, no, western. Any he is now he was a kid in the westerly Italy. No. And he is now a Big Joe camel 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 it, Tom. Hi, barry. I knew Tommy was talking about what you said line want. This is the night you're going to sing a song force. I hear is a matter of fact, here's the final verse of ZZ tops sharp-dressed, man. Here we go it goes like this. We're going to have any music. Well, I'm to have to just add limit here. And see what happens. Oh, gosh. There goes my ratings again. Yeah. I watched the ratings go down air. It is top coats top hats. I don't worry college. My wallet fat. Well, actually age white gloves. Look shop looking for LA. They come running just as fast as they can cause every goes crazy about I shop dressed man that look out Billy Gibbons. I'm happy your job. I think Billy is just passed out. That's great our coordinative zone. Go ahead to call you up and say Hello. And you do know that Billy Gibbons has you singing on his smartphone? Yeah. You told me that story. I could not believe it. I'm just absolutely well in a way next time. I see them. I'm gonna introduce myself and tell them I'm a buddy of yours, and Tom 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 spanned tastic doors. Have a great evening, buddy. You and Tommy both. And I can't wait there. You again next week super, okay? Let's take some more calls. Let's go to Steve and CASA Guerande Zona. Stephen welcome to the program, sir. Hey, how you doing? Got through again. This is great. It's timing. It's all about timing. It sure is. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Said before I'm going to see out there Comecon or now. So what are the UFO mega con- that's gonna be unlawful in Nevada? That's it. I'm gonna bring my Elvis 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. We have you know, we have the technology right now to take your picture and give us a ticket. But you ever pull up to a light like or you're you're coming up to a stoplight, and they'll be like, maybe fifty cars are becoming up to that light. And then one car will come up and trigger the light. And then make the fifty cars stop just so that the one car can pull out all that gasoline and all them brake pads are being wasted y'all all that momentum. Why not there should be a censored that sense is all them people coming up to that light. And just let them all go through. And then and then then the car could co could go then they're like chain. And then the one car goes through if they did that across the nation. They would probably save a million gallons of gas every minute. Interesting take I never thought of that. Because it happens all the time or your there'll be a hole her two cars going down the highway, and then Carl come up, you know, how it triggers the light? And then the one light, you know, and then everybody has to stop for one car. They pull out its le-. Let me ask you something. I've I've noticed that. You've got a light that just stays read read read read them when a car comes up to it at finally changes. Is it it is reading the vehicle. I guess it knows that there's a car there. Right. Yeah. It sounds as it. And then it then it activate yet to pull up there too. That's why like people like if you stay back. I will never change your won't see you. It doesn't. That's it. Yeah. The sensors are in the in the ground, but you know, like, they have the technology that to take your take your picture and send you a ticket in the mail. But they don't if they've got that technology that I'm sure they've got technology to see all these cars coming down the road. And then just at least wait for that whole heard cars to go through. That's that's true..

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"macab" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

15:20 min | 2 years ago

"macab" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Two point one FM. Welcome back to open lines here onto coast-to-coast. Let's go to Greg in Alabama east of the Rockies. Gregory. Hello there. Hello. Thank you for taking my call. Thank you. I was calling because I used to know a man in New Orleans tell me that he had been horror. How dare and character? He used was called the marquee Macab. And he also appears in the movie easy rider, which was filmed there. Classic movie to. Yes, he's in. He appeared in the sequence was filmed in the cemetery. And I think they were having an LS day tripper stepping in believe he's like a hallucination, whereas I 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 doesn't have any. You don't hear his voice cause music is just playing that. He appears like I just an image in the movie, but I think he was. Hi, janice. Hopper. Saw him in a bar in the French quarter reciting Shakespeare. He liked to have that much. Yes. The character was the Martine Macab and about that. Now. Notching eighty or eighty one. I was living there. I worked in a record store, and he came in and was shopping for cassette tape for you to help them memorize the role of Shakespeare's Richard to start. Uh-huh. 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 host your way 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 to Jay's a routine for me again. There was one time. I was in a and p grocery store on loyal straight. And they did it for me in the produce. He sounds like a nice guy, but Davis called the marquee Macab at thinks his name was Paul Ernest is is named is not appear in the movie credits for easy rider. But I think it was Paul Ernest. Okay. Is that's worthwhile lean 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 anybody. But you know, 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 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 was Steve today? Oh, pretty good. I work nights driving around Los Angeles, California. At least you don't have a lot of traffic like the daytime 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. 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 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 is Mustang ridge, Texas, west of the rocky Dotson 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 with Alex Jones walkway. Yeah. Yeah. I. I really enjoyed meeting. You both years came down here for talks. It's a beautiful area. We may end up in Houston. I maybe this year, but may perhaps next year Ephraim life show. You gotta come see us. I will definitely do that. So only about two or three hours away. I didn't wanna say let's new 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 cigarettes. As gasoline had one step. Yeah. Jerry here one step beyond. Oh, yeah. Let John I thought that was the most classic one of all because they were based on audible story. Exactly. And they were so straight faced when he was looking you have to write 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 gonna be either toward the end of this year or next year for sure we're gonna do it. That's great. 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 very in rock hill, south go not. He's not there yet. Tom Tom's a little too quick, Greg Gilmore California's with us, Ed, Gregory. Okay. How about you? Okay. And we'll see rain. Excellent. It is it's got that. Nice sleeping sound to it. Yes, sir. Fish. Firstly? I wanted to thank you for turning the show onto disturbed cover of challenges. I mar 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 you watch the video. It's just phenomenal. Yeah. I am 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. And I never. Never. Ask you a short time to go back to judges and a large educational system. Right. What could be done to improve it can evenings. I can think of one thing major out the bad. What would you do? I would eliminate judicial immunity. Really? That's interesting. Tell me why. Well, because when Kate Georgia third wished feeding we gained our freedom from England his sovereignty is, you know, being a king give all all of the people. We all of a sudden also we inherited that he had. Subjects. Yup. We have to have laws to control the internet. Discharge otherwise. So we need the coach. On the judges with the. Initial immunity. Are like change. Old-fashioned take tours. They are immune from prosecution. I didn't know that. Oh, you can't show Jags and getting so receptive to get on the bench. Even if even if they dig was a crime, they're 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 one living in my car right now, actually Jedrzej Dono names. No names. No names. Nope. Get in here say it's one guy handles all. In the county and the moment that she realizes that you are not. Prepared to violence. He'll she does what she wants. Jeez. Later lately. 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 you already fading. And so on was like a rent dispute. Yes. She was. Very protective landlords direction gave no consideration in my whatsoever. Wouldn't even allow me to be hurt which most basic like people didn't believe that. They had a right to go into court and be heard before something could be ordered against him. But 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 do we have their Tom? So we're done you have to go to the line one. You just need to do 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, you're gone. I I miss him. God rest his soul. Oh, yeah. What's the name of the the the the father the older guy? Ben Ben Carson, but Benaud hurt. Right. Ben Carson schiavi Billy Carson, Billy Billy is going to be in Fort Lauderdale. You're missing the grants Cartwright, Ben Cartwright, but what was his real name Lorne, Gordon 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 westerly Italy. No. And he is now a Big Joe camel the rifleman. Yeah. Yeah. That was a far. Okay. Thank let's go to Barry and rock kills South Carolina. That's why you want to take it, Tom. Hi, barry. I knew Tommy was talking about what 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 of ZZ tops sharp-dressed, man. Here we go. It goes. Like there is we're going to have any music. Well, I'm gonna have to just add limit here. And see what happens. Oh, gosh. There goes my ratings again. Yeah. I watched the ratings go down areas. Top coats top hat. I don't worry calls my wallet bad black shades, white gloved liquor shop looking for LA they come running just as fast as they can go there. It goes crazy 'bout I shop dress man, look out, Billy Gibbons. I'm after your job. I think Billy is just passed out. That's great. Our coordinative matters ago. I had to call you up and say Hello. And you do know 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 I'm a 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 drawers he was having a great time. Listen, this guy mentioned me on coast to coast. Listen to me singing. That is fantastic. Yours. 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 the Arizona. Stephen welcome to the program, sir. Hey, how you doing? Hey through again. This is great. It's timing. It's all about timing. It sure is yet. Yeah. Said before I'm going to see out there at Comecon or now. So what are 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 gonna sing can't help falling in love. That's it. Or you awhile 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. Yup. But but you ever pull up to a light like or were you're coming up to a stoplight. And they'll be like maybe fifty cars will be coming up to that light. And then one car will come up and trigger the light. And then make the fifty cars stop just so that the one car can pull out all that gasoline and all them brake pads are being wasted. All that all that momentum. Why not there should be a censored that sensors all them people coming up to that light. And just let them all go through. And then and then then the car could could go then they're like change. And then the one car goes through if they did that across the nation. They would probably save a million gallons of gas every minute. Interesting take I never thought of that. It happens all the time or your there'll be a hole her two cars going down the highway, and then Carl come up, you don't know what triggers the light? And then the one light, you know, and then everybody has to stop for one Kartik pull out its le-. Let me ask you something. I've I've noticed that..

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"macab" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

14:12 min | 2 years ago

"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..

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"macab" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

14:14 min | 2 years ago

"macab" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Man. Welcome back to open lines here on the 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 tell me that he had been at horror stare and character. He was called the marquee Macab. And he also appeared in the movie, which was filmed there. Classic movie to. Yes, he's in the hey appeared in the sequence it was found in a cemetery. And I think they were having allies day tripper stepping in. I believe he's like a hallucination he wears a dark suit and tie and. Seem to be reading from the book maybe the bible, and then he goes skipping off your black umbrella. And then he doesn't have any you got to hear his voice. Just playing. He appears like I just an image in the navy. I think he was high hopper. Saw him in a bar in the French quarter reciting Shakespeare. He liked it that much. Yes. Character was the marquee Macab and about love that batching 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 you to help them memorize the role of Shakespeare's Richard to start. Did you recognize him when he came in? No, I never saw him. That was the first time I met him. And he tells 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 side kick. For the show and the person did they were both there together in the record store, and they get their whole eloping change on me 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 retained for me again. There was one time. I was in a in a grocery store on Royal straight. And they did it for me in the produce. Sounds like a nice guy. But Davis called the marquee Macab think his name was Paul Ernest is 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 have 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. Some of them are pretty friendly. Others 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 truck around, Los Angeles, California. At least you don't have a lot of traffic click today, folks, that's one of the reasons I do I don't blame you. Yeah. But I was thinking of haunted 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. Oh, yeah. And the bed comes alive and at the end where the wall comes alive with all the children on coming at him. Just. 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 pre sheet that let's take a few more calls here. John is Mustang ridge, Texas, west of the rocky Dotson west of the Rockies. But that's where he is. Hey, john. George Sania since two thousand five and two thousand six when you down here for talks all my with Alex Jones walkway. Yeah. Walkway. Yeah. I. Really enjoyed meeting. You both years that 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 life show. You gotta come see us. I will definitely do that. Some only about two or three hours away. I didn't wanna say let's new 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. Do you? Remember? I love the flight zone. And. And. Gasoline had one step. Yeah. Jerry here. One step beyond. Oh, yeah. Let John I thought that was the most classic one of all because they were based on true story. Exactly. And they were so straight faced when he was looking yet the right in the camera and the music was so hairy, and then it was time to go to bed. I just wanted to talk to you. And I hope to see you here in Houston or Austin, again, just as soon as we get the date. It's gonna 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 bill. Not he's not there yet. Tom's a little too quick, Greg and Gilmore California's with us, Ed, Gregory. Okay. How about you? Okay. And we'll you the ranch. I love it. Excellent. It is it's got that. Nice sleeping sound to it. Yes, sir. I I wanted to thank you for tuning into 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? It is. And he's got such control over his voice when you watch the video. 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. And I'm glad you could turn to. License. Ask you a short time ago back to the LARs. Right. What could be done to improve it? Anything? 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 k Georgia third. If we gained our freedom from England sharpie is, you know, being a king all of the people. We all of a sudden, we're also we inherited that he had. Subjects. Yup. We have to have lost to control each other things that are not good this chatter, otherwise, so we need laws we need the courts. And so on. With the initial immunity. Are like kings. Old-fashioned? I kick George wars. They are immune from prosecution. I didn't know that. If you can't show Jags and get anywhere with overstepping to get 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 a niche county. It's living in my car right now, actually Jedrzej, no names. No names. No names. No, not yet. It's one. In the county and the moment that she realizes that you are not. To a deal. She does what she wants literally drag my right to be heard. Why are you in your car because she wouldn't let me say this guy's lying to you. And so on. Like a rent dispute. Yes. Know. Very protective of the landlords direction. Gave no consideration. My rights whatsoever. L me be hurt which most basic, right? So people didn't believe that they 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 that'll help text tweets. What have we have their Tom? So we're done you have to go to the line one. You just need to dive after. You don't have to do anything you want. But 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. You know, I don't know if I have a favorite western I used to like bonanza on television that was fun. Did you like Haas was great? They were all good. Michael Landon year 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 Ben Cartwright, Ben Carson's, Billy Carson, Billy Billy is gonna be in Fort Lauderdale. You're missing the grand Cartwright, Ben Cartwright, but what was his real name Lorne Gorn green? 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. He is now he was a kid in the western Ellie Ellie. No. And he is now a big fan of the rifleman. Yeah. Yeah. That was quite far. Okay. Thank let's go to Barry in rock hill, South Carolina. That's why you want to be to take Tom. Barry. I new Tommy with dog about what 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 of z tops sharp dressed, man. Here we go got us like we're going to have any music. Well, I'm we'll have to just limit here. And see what happens. Oh, gosh. There goes my ratings again. Yeah. Watch the ratings go down areas topcoat. Hat. I don't worry calls. My wallet fat. Well, actually age why gloves this 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 to call you up and say Hello. And you do know that Billy Gibbons has you singing on his smartphone? Yeah. You told me that story. I could not believe it. I'm just absolutely well away next time. I see them. I'm gonna introduce myself and tell mama buddy of yours, and Tom and tell them you're on his phone. As you'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 in Georgia. He was having a great time. Listen, this guy mentioned me on coast to coast. Listen to me singing. That is fantastic. Yours. Have a great evening, buddy. You and Tommy both. And I can't wait there. You again next week super. Okay. Let's take some more calls. Let's go to Steve and CASA Guerande Irizawa. Stephen welcome to the program, sir. Hey, how you doing? Got through again. This is great. It's timing. It's all about timing. It sure is. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Said before I'm going to see out there Comecon or now what the UFO mega con- that's going to be unlawful in Nevada. That's it. I'm gonna bring my Elvis 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. 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 you're coming up to a stoplight, and they'll be like, maybe fifty cars are becoming up to that light..

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"macab" Discussed on The Peter Attia Drive

The Peter Attia Drive

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"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..

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"macab" Discussed on We're No Doctors

We're No Doctors

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"macab" Discussed on We're No Doctors

"I know this school. I love by. I know this song. Yeah. So anyway, ringtone so I noticed in my calendar that I have an annual eye exam shears. I'm like, oh, great. Let's easy, Dr Silverman. He's great. I'll go in there. Look at my eyes. And so, yeah, you're losing your sight gradually like most old people, and I went in there, and he looked at my eyes and like blah blah's like, yeah, you're gonna keep the same two hundred lands. And you know, you're you're far away is getting bad. You're close ups getting bad, you know, slowly. But so that's why they can't give you Lasix because they're both still continuing to like, we, you know. So I said great that he let me just check your eyes puts drops in the numbers. So we can really look inside for all these things. Yeah. He goes in my left eye, and I'm like, great quick. Then it gets the right eye, and he stays in the right eye. County stays in the right eye cataracts. And then he goes and gets something else because I go how's everything going? And he has now now I'm just checking. I want you to come back in three weeks. I'm like what's now. You gotta wait. Why do I have to come back in three weeks any wrong? Not it most likely. It's nothing. I'm sure it's nothing. But I I don't know what I think he might have said Glock could be I have an inflamed vein in my right eye. And it could be like outside chance it can be glaucoma. But it's not don't worry about it. I just want to do some tests you'd be fine. That was like I walked out going. I felt like Santa God. Please kill me. Now. What else you got? Yeah. You know, I just felt like like, oh my God. I can't here's the thing. This isn't morbid. This isn't Macab. This is just me thinking, I I'm I'm a happy dude for the most part. I mean, I get a little depression hill like everybody else. But. I with all the shit. I got going on now with the neck and all this like starts a number. Oh, and other health problems. I think I don't wanna live till I'm seventy like if this is me at forty six. Yeah. I don't wanna be sixty six years from now. All this will be exacerbated. All these problems will be worse won't they I told my doctor says not necessarily bullshit my neck hurts now, I'll we put a disk in your neck. Let's give it a break here. I'm not a pessimist, but I'm just trying to be logical isn't normal. If you're like at forty six feeling like not I'm paying a lot of times chances are the older. You get the worship get. Sure. So why the fuck what tell me what to do tell me an option here? The secretary years. Well, I'm not gonna do that. No, no, no. But there's this other thing that I hear about did you hear about this? It's this thing that they give you genyk deep sleep for fifty years until they figure out how to how about take off my fuck and head and put it on a robot hundred fucking robot. Just your brain not even your head just put your brain in a robot. Faulk? I I read about this scientist, this German scientist, who, you know, the whole health industry, and all the doctors they had this huge conference and they were looking down on him because he was like I could do it. Now, I could I could take this. This person's Br ahead has a weak body, that's dying and atrophy. I could put a new body on him cadaver, healthy body and connect them, and they live was his name, Dr Frankenstein. But that's that's what they say. I read about it you they can do that. They're starting to talk about that shit now reading the onion. Now that was a real Terada send you the article. But it was about a guy who was like I can do this. Now, he's like there's no doubt about it that we could attach ahead to a different body. You know, he has probably already done it in his basement somewhere. There's a fucking Aaron TA lot with a man brain. I mean. He has a sex road. Imagine though age like, honestly, forget your kidney stone, forget your fucking. All this stuff. You still have your fucking.

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"macab" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"macab" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

"Could trust her with our children since he was on her way from her home in Santa Cruz to class at Cabrillo college, NAFTA's when she accepted campers. Right. He drove from Santa Cruz to nearby watsonville where he shot her with twenty two caliber weapon. Drove the body back to his mother's duplex where she was once again living the next day while his mother was away at work. He has sex with her dead body. Dismember Cynthia Paktia remains in plastic bags boxes and boxes. He stashed in his closet. Her head he buried outside his bedroom window as a way to keep her close January tenth to highway patrolman driving on highway one spots to severed human arms along the side of the road. A few days later human torsos found floated a lagoon near Santa Cruz two days after that the ghastly some surfer kennison waves south of Santa Cruz finds a left hand later soon after that a woman's pelvis washes up on shore each of the parts belong to Cindy and Shaul according to fingerprints and chest xrays only her head and right hand remained missing. After Texas had pieced together. The body parts had found like Macab horror puzzle. How'd you like it to be your job to arrange her body parts back together? Please determined she'd been sawed into pieces with power tools, February fifth nineteen Seventy-three Kemper and his mother get into a fight and the serial killer heads out enraged from the incident and looking for a kill. He says later, he tells investigators my mother, and I had a real tiff. I was pissed I told her I was going to a movie, and I jumped up and went straight to the campus because it was still early. It's guys language kills me. He's talking about doing the most heinous things, but he rarely. Rarely curses uses these odd were choices, you know, mother. And I had a real hum Dinger of a tiff that night Mendocino kept me peeved should cut me all round up and ready to Zappa l- mother makes me one example when she uses her potty mouth to slander and verbally instigate a tussle with her silly tomfoolery. Mother tomfoolery makes me wanna fuck some nex. God stated that he left his home knowing that the next good-looking girl, he would see would die. I might have. I I might not have been much to look at myself us eight, but I was always. But I always went for pretty girls. And I was so pissed I would have killed anyone who got in the car. Unfortunately to students who stay late to study missing the last buses to leave campus or the ones to accept his offer for a ride twenty two year old Rosalyn Thorpe was smart usually took the bus from her apartment downtown Santa Cruz to the university and back but on this day. She spends too much time studying he's a good student. Spend too much time studying library when a close at nine. She headed to the bus stop arms full of books hoping the last bus hadn't already passed her. Stop another person who could it could it went on to do. Great things. It was a rainy night when camper spotted her Senate the bus stop eliminated by streetlight. It was easy for him. Especially driving his nineteen sixty nine Ford with the university staff parking sticker to entice..

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"macab" Discussed on We're No Doctors

We're No Doctors

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"macab" Discussed on We're No Doctors

"I can't here's the thing. This isn't morbid. This isn't Macab. This is just me thinking, I'm I'm happy, dude. For the most part. I mean, I get a little depression hill like everybody else. But I with all the shit. I've got going on now with the knack and all this like starts and other health problems. I think I don't wanna live till I'm seventy. Like if this is me at forty six. Yeah. I don't wanna be sixty six years from now. All this will be exacerbated. All these problems will be worse won't they I told my doctor says not necessarily bullshit my neck hurts. Now, we put a disk and your neck. Let's give it a break here. I'm not a pessimist, but I'm just trying to be logical isn't normal. If you're like at forty six feeling like not paying a lot of times chances are the older you get the worship get. Sure. So why the fuck what tell me what to do? Tell me an option here. Well, I'm not gonna do that. No, no, no. But there's this other thing that I hear about did you hear about this? It's this thing that they give you know, genyk deep sleep for fifty years until they figure out how to how about take off my fucking head and put it on a robot hundred on a fucking robot's brain, not even your head. Just put your brain in a robot. I I read about this scientist, this German scientist, who, you know, the whole health industry, all the doctors they had this huge conference and they were looking down on him because he was like I could do it. Now, I could I could take this. This person's Br ahead has a weak body. That's dying and atrophy. I could put a new body on him. Cadaval healthy body and connect them, and they live was his name, Dr Frankenstein. But that's that's what they say. I read about it. They can do that. They're starting to talk about that shit now reading the onion. Now. Now that was a real Terada send you the article. But it was about a guy was like I can do this. Now, he's like there's no doubt about it that we could attach head to different body. He has probably already done it in his basement somewhere. There's a fucking Aaron team bought with a man brain. I mean. He has a sex road age. Like, honestly, forget your kidney stone, forget your fucking. All this stuff. You still have your fucking your.

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"macab" Discussed on Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

04:21 min | 3 years ago

"macab" Discussed on Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

"Live from the Ray horsemen studios in north Hollywood, California. Welcome to nobody listens to Paul abound. Stone your comedy field guide to life. Thanks to house ban, Craig Eastman on that low fiddle today, we've got a special treat for you. A thanksgiving vacation show in ours. You enjoy all the pie weakened eat on thanksgiving. We're making this shorter episode without guests now we're saying shorter in advance. And but I will caution everybody to fall on his on this podcast from it. Less encumbered let's say lesson covered by guests getting their knowledge. And if you're going to have guests at thanksgiving, you know, the feeling yes. Guess guess after whiling enough with the get we should get to the family fighting that unites us every year. Yeah. So. Is special anything special? You're doing the holiday or is there anything that? You're grateful for do you want to know? Thank for any giving not really nothing can think of right. That turned out to be a dry hole. Will be a short show. Yeah. You know, my grateful. I have held isn't that wonderful? That's good. No. I am not a thanksgiving person. I mean that I I don't mean that in the I don't mean that you're not you're not a thankful, right? That's right. That's exactly right. The holiday thanksgiving does not appeal to you. I do not do thanksgiving. I have in the past times. But when my kids came along we began a tradition on thanksgiving of having. Let's see Tweety bird shape waffles made in a waffle iron that had Sylvester on the outside. So there's a certain Macab. So it looked like yeah. Yeah. Why thanksgiving tradition? I don't know. Why not? So we used to have waffles for thanksgiving. And then we go to the movies, which is I believe if thanks giving was ever real to begin with, which it wasn't. Had there been an event between the pilgrims and the native Americans, and they had a choice. They too would have had waffles and gone to the movies. They had no such choice. No, they had no such. But the event is just silly. I I don't like the stress one of the only thing worse than having your own. Thanks giving is going to someone else's Greg stranger inside their mill. It's too much pressure. Thanks into a one way ticket into darkness. No. You know, what I'm saying is I really enjoyed a the day with my kids not having school that was fair tastic. Okay. Although I'm really sick of people taking you know, Monday through Sunday off into a meal for heaven's sake. No, I'm going. We're going to New York to New Jersey to visit my sister. Yeah. Exactly. It's one meal thanksgiving his one meal, and it's it's it's a season. It's not a season. It's one meal not intended for a whole weeks vocation Jesus's birth. Couldn't take it more than ninety minutes. And yet we have a whole Christmas season. No, she didn't dilate right away. She didn't know there was a problem with that. I was a whole season of labor. Yeah. Yeah. That makes people. They had to go way out. That's why the north star took them so far. Okay. Because you know, they had to go way out. That's why they wouldn't let time to go out. Let them in the in. Yeah. They were already hearing the moaning, and they're like, why don't you go to the barn? In the end are not going to appreciate all that moaning digressed from a digression. Yeah. Okay. You know, what I'm thanking do you have any idea? How many pastors just turned off the podcast, right? Then we just lost. Our pastor demographic, which we'd been working very hard on building up. Yeah. Yeah. Exactly. I'd been going door to door or church church. Tried to build up my pastor democrat. Now, we've ruined it all but speaking of a thanksgiving. Yes. A we have a we have a thanksgiving themed movie or movie that involves thanksgiving as our as our review of movie. So that you don't have to see the sequel segment, which we're doing later in the show. Yeah. Yeah. Cunningly titled sequence is it what's titled again. What's up? What's that say? I think it's I think it's we watched the original movie when the sequels coming out and let you know what you should see the sequel with Paula and Adam..

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"macab" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

03:28 min | 3 years ago

"macab" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"He was telling me about the dude from hot ones. How eats taco from the top down. Like what the fuck are you doing? That's ruining the experience. I know. That's what I mean. Like there. There are certain things that I'm so rigid about like, usually I I'm like, do whatever the fuck you gotta to do. But there are a right and wrong. We see the taco in a burrito. Yeah. Because like there's certain things that I am a little bit flexible about or I think are currently as they are not as efficient as they should be for example, a hotdog. Why fuck aren't we putting the toppings on the button and the hot dog on the top? That makes more sense but tacos streamlined fucking streamlined. There's nothing you can do to make it more efficient unless you have like some weird things. I just want to get all the slack tortilla off the top from the side. But he just eats straight down one thing. I do remember though about Bieber. Yeah. Jack, you're having trouble real. So the taco like this like Cornell Macab yet atop not like this from the side, and then just to bite that shit. Like most will do when you get like Takuya taco eating the top part to go to food Jobra. But when I worked at power Justin Bieber came in for like a in studio thing, and we were going to do a bit where he was going to buy one of the DJ's like with a pie based in the faces a prank and in the middle of the interview he like just opened up the pie and started eating it with his bare hand, but like started breaking off the top crust of like the pie was like a pumpkin pie. Like, you know, how there's a little bit across on started breaking that shit off for whatever reason eating that. And then just like. Finger scooping like around the actual pie crust and just eating the feeling great interest in high shit. And there's no real good way to eat a pie with your hand. Yeah. That's in a pie. But he just struck me as someone who doesn't indulged himself. Like, you didn't matter is like I want, and I don't need like he could have easily been like can I get a fork, whatever it just went. And maybe with the burrito shit if that is him or if it isn't. Although man that if it's not just in Bieber that guy must be crushing it on Tinder, oh my. Because it's that new style of fashion that I'm seeing become really popular as images of that new harmony Crin movie role out. Oh, what's the new harmony criminal? Remember the name of it? But it has something it's like a surfer moving. That's what it is. Is you know? That wasn't already a moved. That is a step. I would describe fashion style. Well, it's like it's like 'Moondoggie or something like that. It's something to do with like surfers, and it's Matthew mcconaughey, and like all of the images that rollout have been like slowly inspiring, this new fashion movement that you're seeing amongst like celebrities Justin Bieber bieber's where they're starting to do like, the oversights Hawaiian sure in the stringy hair. And a lot of that the bottles like speech bump, a lot of it that I've noticed because I love fashion history. And I love watching. We're like different trends come from. And it's a direct influence of all of the leaked images that are slowly coming out. And also people hanging out with people on the set of the beach bum. Like, it's fully influence this new like trash surfers. Yeah. There's like. Yeah. Just scum Lord style. Like, even like with street where like even people like Davidson kind of has like he's he's sort of scum. Lord Jason Iraq's too. Looks fucking amazing in this. He's got right wines in his beard. Really tight. Yeah. Like, that's how I know. How I will be dressing. Oh, yeah. Wow. Like spring breakers brought like a neon half-naked neon..

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Why Do We Carve Pumpkins Around Halloween?

BrainStuff

04:30 min | 3 years ago

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?

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"macab" Discussed on The Renegade Republican with Dan Bongino

The Renegade Republican with Dan Bongino

01:37 min | 4 years ago

"macab" Discussed on The Renegade Republican with Dan Bongino

"Folks last month alone this should really scared the hell out of municipal but i'm gonna give you the bad news but i'm going to end with some good news because i don't want to you know freak anybody out here the bad news is this last month alone and this is in the article we added in october two hundred billion dollars to the deficit one month folks let me just put that in perspective for you we only raves about three trillion dollars a year in tax revenue we we spend four trillion of around four trillion so somewhere between three and four trillion we'll re we can go anywhere from where we've had trillion dollar deficits with obama we've had five and six hundred billion dollar deficits excuse me at the end of obama we're we're looking at five and six hundred and maybe more billion five and six hundred billion dollar deficit potentially now on their trump to was spending too much money i don't care who spends it republicans or democrats dead is a bad thing and we are in a coal wassily bad right now financial situation it's ugly folks two hundred billion and one month in in deficits and debt and accumulated that is absolutely horrifying now in this era hedge piece i want to cover some of the highlights with it quick because it's important what they have in there it's a great piece but he suggests it's a little bit macab because he suggests in the piece that listen were we're going to default we're going to the fall show there's no other way round that now we are in way too much debt there's no way out of this and by default and what i like about the pc gives you a few options as to how this is going to look.

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"macab" Discussed on Inside Psycho

Inside Psycho

02:25 min | 4 years ago

"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.

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