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'Holmes Holmies': Theranos CEO Lookalikes Draw Attention as Trial Starts

Rocket

00:52 sec | 2 months ago

'Holmes Holmies': Theranos CEO Lookalikes Draw Attention as Trial Starts

"Homes has groupies now. Philosophy reported on homes. This trial finally starting. They're doing jury selection. It's very hard because everybody knows about her. To the extent that there are women showing up For to get into the trial looking like elizabeth homes yet. The trial kicked off. Today's we record this on on wednesday. They've given their opening statements and She is groupies. Just like just like charles. Manson it charles manson is. I'm marrying. i'm. I'm not comparing her to charles. I'm saying that dressing up in a certain way like dear leader as fans and going to a court case criminal court proceedings. I'm sorry it is. That's not even that it's not even a stretch. That's literally what the manson girls did.

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Not Guilty Plea Entered for Marilyn Manson on Misdemeanors

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 3 months ago

Not Guilty Plea Entered for Marilyn Manson on Misdemeanors

"A popular musician denies misdemeanor charges of assault in New Hampshire an attorney for Marilyn Manson has entered a not guilty plea on behalf of the musical artists he's accused of spitting at and blowing his nose on a videographer who was at his twenty nineteen concert in Gilford New Hampshire mansion turned himself into police in July in connection with an arrest warrant issued in the case details of the alleged crime or in a police affidavit released along with the criminal complaint against Manson he faces two misdemeanor counts of simple assault if convicted he could get a jail sentence of less than a year and a two thousand dollar fine I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Chris Brown Calls out Kanye West Following ‘Donda’ Release

Mojo In The Morning

01:36 min | 3 months ago

Chris Brown Calls out Kanye West Following ‘Donda’ Release

"Chris brown is not happy with connie west. Really yeah county. Allegedly cut one of his verses from donde with dropped yesterday morning. If you missed the news well chris's vocals appear on the chorus of this song. It's called new again of the album. Thursday dip color jersey. Every thursday who picks jersey is delay additional verse that he apparently reported and that was nowhere to be found wind down to finally hit the streaming services. I have this chris brown version and it sounds a little different. Who hannay a whole ho. What chris wrote on his instagram story in response to this snub so here he on the chorus again. No averse though and other post cordial about once he said. Nah he's weakened and he's not the only one who's frustrated with kind soldier boy also blasted him for ditching his verse soldier boy. And it's been us. I don't even know what song was supposed to be. Part of soldier boy still around. Apparently for he's Making those fake video game systems that he got sued for and then jail part to which i play for you. A few times this morning features marilyn manson and a lot of people are still just like really upset and uncomfortable about that. I know he was. He made an appearance at the donde listening event in chicago last thursday night but he's facing multiple accusations of sexual assault and abuse. Even kim kardashian wasn't aware that he was going to be at that event last thursday and it just rubbed her the wrong way.

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Kanye West Brings out Marilyn Manson, DaBaby at Donda Event

KIRO Nights

01:24 min | 3 months ago

Kanye West Brings out Marilyn Manson, DaBaby at Donda Event

"I just picture you know me being a Kanye fan. I only see myself existing in Kanye's world. And being a loyal supporter to report the news. But you know, last night he had a big performance at Soldier Field in Chicago. He's you know, releasing a new album. He's been doing some of these big stadium tours. And they are far from what you would call a normal record release or just any normal performance in any way shape. Well, he's selling out stadiums to listen to the album, right. He's not even performing which is really unique. Yeah, but the thing is, is that there's also been some of these other different types of, you know. Pop ups of different types of other types of famous hardest, other things that are coming into these types of acts, and I saw this on Buzzfeed's news today, A Kanye West brought out Marilyn Manson and the baby out on stage at his latest album, Listening to Party, even though one of them has a sexual assault allegations, and the other one has anti gay allegations against them, which is causing A pretty huge backlash. And, you know, we all know Kanye Kanye is the greatest artist of a generation, self proclaimed self proclaimed, He's I. The thing is that I love. I love how confident he is a part of my reason why I love God. He so much as I kind of buy into the craziness of it because I'm like dude graduations like one of the best albums ever like that album is a killer. And the thing that you can just keep progressing and keep making hits and being a success and then also dive bombing in your life. The dude's an absolute treasure. But when

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"manson " Discussed on The Jump with Shirley Manson

The Jump with Shirley Manson

02:01 min | 3 months ago

"manson " Discussed on The Jump with Shirley Manson

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"manson " Discussed on The Jump with Shirley Manson

The Jump with Shirley Manson

04:53 min | 3 months ago

"manson " Discussed on The Jump with Shirley Manson

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"manson " Discussed on The Jump with Shirley Manson

The Jump with Shirley Manson

01:48 min | 3 months ago

"manson " Discussed on The Jump with Shirley Manson

"Always has always had this those really. I hate me and this is just moment in time. And it's just of like it's always something to hold onto so as crazy as i feel about a man. This is way too intense her. Oh man oh this is. It's just a moment in time in it's going to pass. Just try to ride it out. I wish you well..

"manson " Discussed on The Jump with Shirley Manson

The Jump with Shirley Manson

05:19 min | 3 months ago

"manson " Discussed on The Jump with Shirley Manson

"You know even if i you know. Sneak in the back door to. Cleveland has whatever it was. Sit in and play in. It's like you don't get to do anything. It was very like it was very jarring at first. But then those kind of something and you've got to laugh at you know it's kind of like.

"manson " Discussed on The Jump with Shirley Manson

The Jump with Shirley Manson

05:58 min | 3 months ago

"manson " Discussed on The Jump with Shirley Manson

"Much and i'm an i improvise quite a bit. I was having a bit of a crisis language. Wise i wasn't writing as much poetry. And i was having trouble with my lyrics and so i started getting very interested in the electric guitar and guinot the sun escape of the electric guitar and feedback. And you know in creating language out of feedback and so i had different goals in this record new tattoo thing. This is us mez move..

"manson " Discussed on The Jump with Shirley Manson

The Jump with Shirley Manson

02:52 min | 3 months ago

"manson " Discussed on The Jump with Shirley Manson

"Fabric of textures of music. Before i started making blood. There's time i went to alaska. And to some recordings of the glaciers and the waters and running between the crevices of glaciers and ended up using that in in the record. So i love doing that already but yeah this song like a lot of it just came. I didn't write any of the words down It all it. All came very stream of conscious at that point in time. We were both in la. I was offered the road. I think he he was on and then we both were there at the same time..

"manson " Discussed on The Jump with Shirley Manson

The Jump with Shirley Manson

05:18 min | 3 months ago

"manson " Discussed on The Jump with Shirley Manson

"You come from north carolina and i couldn't help but notice as i said i was speaking with rhapsody. She touts north carolina woman. And then i started like i obsessed with north carolina and the music scene there and i was looking. I kept on shouting to my husband. Who's in the kitchen. I was like oh my god george clinton's from north carolina. Oh my god. Nina simone thelonious monk john coltrane tori amos amazing artists. That come from your state you are. Yeah thank you know. North carolina has a rich history of black artists. Black musicians that. I think just the history of the south is off when it comes to america is thick. And when you're channeling some of us are open in attuned to those channels and they catch flight. And i feel like i'm open to those and i allow that to sort of move me Through my music making and all those people that you said and rhapsody included. I feel that a lot. I was reading actually about you and you sing. You know. I'm very invested in blackheart and very invested in that story which i thought was really powerful and exciting and your generation are so much more evolved than person. Well you know. It's a an evolution of survival right. We've been given the narrative of what we are supposed to see ourselves as or what history has been told that we are supposed to know about but it's been very piecemeal and very Told by people that aren't us and so minutes like oh okay right like all along. We've had our ways and now is the time for us to get together in. Raise that shit up and yeah You know speak for ourselves. Have the joy have the have. Have all of that. you know. Yeah rewrite the script so when you were growing up. I know that you were basically playing Classical music from the age of five is that right. Yeah yeah. I've been playing it for a long time Did you ever get to play in an orchestra. Yeah oh. I played. And i played in a lot of orchestras My like all this locker. As i played in like one of my Sizzling strings as ikea community orchestra in charlotte. And then there was like charlotte symphony junior youth. Orchestra than's charlotte symphony youth orchestra. Okay you're showing off ny. No no no no. I mean it's funny because thinking about when think back on those on those times and i i was always a bit of a like rebel and sort of just like i was the symphony clown like i would make everyone laugh when the conductor would be like turn his back on the cello section i would be like making the second violin section laugh and i would just be like messing around all the time but i would still be would still be sitting fresh chairing but i was just like i found joy in it. You know it was really fun for me and a lot of people were there because they're like this looks good for my college resume this like i'm doing this because my parent wants me to do this or like i'm just doing this. Because and then there are some people that were there. Because that's what they wanted to do. But i was just like it was so much fun for me so i mean i feel like i've only got an hour with you so feel like too fast forward because i need to get to our song. Which is Let all the poisons that lurk in the mud seep out the song you've picked for the jump which you have made with east tamar. Who is this extraordinary artist and to themselves but i wanted to know how this collaboration came a bite Well we've been friends for first time. Did you meet in los angeles. Yeah yeah in la. At the time. I was toying blood. And i was in la. And i was just. I don't know fucking around my room. And she sent me dislike this really simple loop this like cello loop and has. It's really beautiful. And i was like oh you know. I'm really open this. This thing he sent me. And then i just started. I don't know it just. I caught window something. And i just was like rolling around the floor. I was rolling around some wine Dragging the mike into the bathroom peeing which is in the song Upn is on the song. See i knew the story. I didn't catch the peeing. I'm gonna have to go back and listen to it. So it's a form of a field recording then. Yeah and which is something that i love. I mean i love incorporating field recordings and different sounds into the.

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"manson " Discussed on The Jump with Shirley Manson

The Jump with Shirley Manson

01:42 min | 3 months ago

"manson " Discussed on The Jump with Shirley Manson

"Should i just go ahead and tell the beginning of the story. You can interrupt me anytime. that's what we're here for. We're not here to hear me speak. We want you to tell your stories and we are intrigued. So go ahead. You have my blessing david. Thank you the jump has a podcast where i shirley manson sit down with other artists to talk about the one song that changed everything. This season. my third. I sat down with some of my favorite artists of all time like rhapsody. So i don't need you to put my agenda in front of what i choose to do is about this music and only thing that matters is or is not though. That's all you need to put in front of my name me. The doper not run. The jewels give them every single. Grammy that is to give. It felt good from a rap effective for me to finally be with apartment understood the importance of saying something much of my career had been. Let's find little make you popular. Then you said something about the time when peak times and compared his record to sergeant peppers and it was like i. I called my dad. And i was like that. You know peop- just said that this is like a sergeant peppers and kind of it kind of hit me in a different way because you know i always wanted to make my dad proud and my hito the incompatible is smith. I mean i'm happy to compromise for things that are to the greater good but the reasons to change something that i felt was a hundred percent expressive of what i was trying to express to change them so i could get more airplay. That is not the greater good. i'm shirley manson and this is the jump season. Three subscribe and listen. Whatever you get your.

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Rocker Marilyn Manson Accused of Spitting, Blowing Snot on Woman

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 3 months ago

Rocker Marilyn Manson Accused of Spitting, Blowing Snot on Woman

"Musician Marilyn Manson is charged with misdemeanor assault on a videographer and a twenty nineteen concert in New Hampshire I marches are a letter with the latest Susan fountain was working as a videographer in the stage pits and Marilyn Manson's concert in Gilford New Hampshire two years ago when Manson put his face close to the camera and spit at her according to a police affidavit it says Manson allegedly returned a second time covered one nostril in blue mucus out her Manson surrendered to Los Angeles police last month in connection with the incident the two charges each can result in a jail sentence of less than a year and a two thousand dollar fine if convicted Manson's attorney did not return requests for comment

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"manson " Discussed on Today in True Crime

Today in True Crime

03:30 min | 4 months ago

"manson " Discussed on Today in True Crime

"On july twenty fourth nineteen seventy the trial of charles manson and his followers began manson and three of his acolytes stood accused of planning and executing the murders of seven people. The previous year. The killing spree had stunned the city of los angeles on the night of august eighth nineteen sixty-nine four manson followers susan atkins patricia krenwinkel. Linda kosabe ian and tex watson said out from the cult's rural headquarters on a terrible mission. They drove up into the winding hills of benedict canyon and broke into the home of director roman polanski acting on manson's orders the posse murdered five people at the house including actress sharon tate. Jay c. bring abigail folder. Voi- check frank hausky and steven parent in a horrific final flourish. The murderers painted the word pig on the door of the house. Using tate's blood manson's motivation for targeting. These victims specifically has never been confirmed per one theory. Manson had a grudge against the homes last owner music. Producer terry melcher. The previous year melcher had declined to make a record with manson and raging the egotistical cult leader the following night manson himself drove six of his followers to a property in the los feeless neighborhood of los angeles where they murdered grocery store owner lino la bianca and his wife rosemary. Again the love bianca's were not targeted and manson's motivations for choosing their home are murky but as the prosecution noted manson's obsession with a race war which he called helter skelter appeared to be at the root his sadistic killings. Manson was a racist. His vision for helter skelter was really a white supremacist. Fantasy in which a conflict between white and black people would make it possible for him to seize power in manson's warped and bigoted vision of the future. He and his followers would go underground during the war itself. Once the smoke cleared he believed there would be a window left for him to suddenly emerge and takeover the murders were in part. Manson's attempt to jump start the race war. He and his followers staged both crime scenes to make them look like they were committed by the black panthers. A group manson loathed. But he was also trying to use. These flashy gruesome killings to distract from other crimes. He and his followers had committed including the july nineteen. Sixty-nine murder of gary hinman regardless of manson and his family's convoluted motivations they're killing spree was a defining moment in the nation's history the fact that his followers were mostly well off middle class teenagers was especially compelling and disturbing to average americans. The murder sparked widespread. Fear about the occult and it's corrupting influence. On the youth which contributed to the rise of the satanic panic during the nineteen seventies even though manson and his followers were jailed for life when their trial wrapped up the damage they done could never be reversed.

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The Eric Metaxas Show

00:25 sec | 4 months ago

Test 37:14:09 - 37:39:09

"About woody allen talk about the manson family tex watson was one of the manson disciples part of the fan. Horrible stuff. what why did you want to bring them up. It's really odd to mention that in the same breadth. Almost as woody allen who is a writer on my tv show which he'd never mentions in resume by the way. I kidded him about it. Of course you never

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Marilyn Manson Released on Bail After Turning Himself in on Assault Charges

WBZ Afternoon News

00:16 sec | 5 months ago

Marilyn Manson Released on Bail After Turning Himself in on Assault Charges

"To police in Los Angeles in connection with the 2019 arrest warrant out of New Hampshire when he allegedly assaulted a videographer during a concert. This happened at the Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion and Guilford. Manson was booked and released last week without bail pending a court appearance in New Hampshire. Coming up on

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"manson " Discussed on Let's Start A Cult

Let's Start A Cult

02:59 min | 5 months ago

"manson " Discussed on Let's Start A Cult

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Taking an in-Depth Look at the Life of Charles Manson

Let's Start A Cult

01:46 min | 5 months ago

Taking an in-Depth Look at the Life of Charles Manson

"Born on november twelfth nineteen thirty four in cincinnati ohio charles. Manson was the son of a sixteen year old prostitute named kathleen who often started and ended the day with a bottle of liquor which nowadays is pretty common but back in the days not so much the typical friday night. yeah exactly it's it's pandemic. it's fun. She christened her son. Charles mills mattocks eventually changing his surname to the now infamous manson. When she married a local man named william eugene manson who worked at a dry cleaning business from the get-go kathleen showed little interest in being a mother to her son. During one instance. She took him to a cafe where a waitress who found. Young charles adorable. Joey asked if she could buy him in response. Kathleen said that her son could be changed for a pitcher of alcohol after finishing this she got up left him at the cafe and never looked back. It took charles uncle several days of frantically searching for him throughout the entire town before he managed to locate the waitress So you to our parents. I don't know. Have you ever come into someone asking you to buy your kid. That seems a little weird not yet. Maybe we just having enough places with him. Kids just aren't better door to god. My question is. I hope that that bottle was like a good one then at least some top shelf liquor that was offered for. I'm gonna guess it wasn't. It was at a cafe like this is what we have under the counter. This is. This is what i brought into work today. So here you go. Yeah so pretty terrible. Start to his childhood already. You can clearly see where some of his repressed emotions come one. Hundred percent

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Marilyn Manson Wanted in Assault in New Hampshire

BBC World Service

00:12 sec | 6 months ago

Marilyn Manson Wanted in Assault in New Hampshire

"They relate to an incident involving a videographer in 2019. And Ecuador has confirmed that a giant tortoise found on one of the Galapagos Islands sees from a species believed to be

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Actor Esmé Bianco Says Marilyn Manson Repeatedly Abused Her

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:12 sec | 7 months ago

Actor Esmé Bianco Says Marilyn Manson Repeatedly Abused Her

"And game of thrones actor bianco has sued marilyn manson alleging sexual physical and emotional abuse. She filed the lawsuit in los angeles federal court. Friday manson's attorney says the allegations are false and they will prove it in

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Actor Esmé Bianco Sues Marilyn Manson, Alleging Sexual Abuse

News, Traffic and Weather

00:17 sec | 7 months ago

Actor Esmé Bianco Sues Marilyn Manson, Alleging Sexual Abuse

"Facing more claims of sexual abuse game of Thrones actress as May, Bianco has filed a lawsuit against the singer saying he physically sexually and emotionally abused her and her lawyer tells ABC News. Bianca was interviewed by the FBI and gave them evidence relating to human sex trafficking crimes. No comment from Manson and CIA's

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VR, AR and XR in Human Factors- In discussion with Prof. Bob Stone - burst 02

1202 - The Human Factors Podcast

01:23 min | 8 months ago

VR, AR and XR in Human Factors- In discussion with Prof. Bob Stone - burst 02

"That walls doing psychology undergraduate degree at university college. London and i even though i enjoy things like clinical psychology and social psychology. I was always. I was always more attractive. Worse than the occupational psychology side of things. And then i discovered by absopure chance that literally across the road from garrett street was the original economics unit is remote more governors and rachel belichick bombers most rachel benedict today and went over there initially to ask if i could to ask him a barrel their their their police breathalyzer because i was doing a study on the effects of alcohol on 'em second-largest skills dr in other words dark throwing an incredibly popular student experiment. Believe you mean talking to an harry. More absolutely inspirational. I'm thinking and they did things like control panels. You know going back to jerry anderson and it just seems like cheap chains and go to go to and coalmines and some of the courses were held at the institute. What was the baby. Manson army personnel research dente. Fauveau this is. This is the do so i i took the nfc down then. Never looked

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Manson scores in OT to lead Ducks to 3-2 win over Blues

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 8 months ago

Manson scores in OT to lead Ducks to 3-2 win over Blues

"The doctor raised to two nothing deficit and beat the blues three two one Josh Manson's overtime goal Mason scored his first of the season one forty two into O. T. on a pass from goaltender if any stores some of the wall and I felt like I was in a bit of pressure and I don't want to turn it over so I just read the backstory and they thought they could get a change I think is about there for a bit installing made have the awareness to specific back up to me which was which is a great player giving Anaheim its first winning fifteen games this season when trailing after two periods Adam Henrique in camp valor also scored as stores made thirty seven saves in his first start of the season Ryan a rally in Vladimir Tarasenko scored for the blues who have gone five into in their last seven home games I'm Dave Ferrie

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Cosmic mouthful: Tasters savor fine wine that orbited Earth

AP News Radio

01:00 min | 8 months ago

Cosmic mouthful: Tasters savor fine wine that orbited Earth

"Researchers in France are carefully studying a dozen bottles of wine that have returned to earth after a year long stay aboard the international space station it's the kind of research one can imagine John Luc Picard appreciating the captain of the starship enterprise of TV Star Trek the next generation who grew up on a French figure why send a dozen bottles of the finest wines into space to see how the aging process is working and how we can we can influence the aging process Dr Michael labored as a space biology it's the only way to find out sort of the old of certain substances is to go under conditions where you can exclude these these working off this substance for example oxygen J. Manson is a writer for the decanter and one of the expert tasters who compared the space wine one if it stayed in the cellar you too full the one that made on us with a little younger than the one that I'm Ben Thomas

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Police eye Marilyn Manson in domestic violence investigation

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:38 sec | 10 months ago

Police eye Marilyn Manson in domestic violence investigation

"Are now eyeing rocker Marilyn Manson and in a domestic violence investigation. The L. A County Sheriff's Department announced its Special Victims bureau is investigating singer Marilyn Manson for allegations of domestic violence, which reportedly happened between 2009 and 2011 in West Hollywood, where the shock rocker lived. Multiple women have public He accused the artist of sexual, physical and emotional abuse, including his ex fiancee, actress Rachel Evan would who said he horrific, Lee abused her and started grooming her when she was a teenager. He's almost 20 years. Her senior Manson, whose real name is Brian Warner, has denied all allegations through his lawyers.

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Marilyn Manson target of Los Angeles County domestic abuse inquiry

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:37 sec | 10 months ago

Marilyn Manson target of Los Angeles County domestic abuse inquiry

"L. A County Sheriff's Department announced its Special Victims Bureau is investigating singer Marilyn Manson for allegations of domestic violence, which reportedly happened between 2009 and 2011 in West Hollywood, where the shock rocker lived. Multiple women have publicly accused the artist of sexual, physical and emotional abuse, including his ex fiancee, actress Rachel Evan would who said he horrific, Lee abused her and started grooming. When she was a teenager is almost 20 years. Her senior Manson, whose real name is Brian Warner, has denied all allegations through his lawyers. Lelia Luciano CBS NEWS LOS Angeles

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Marilyn Manson Domestic Violence Allegations Under Investigation by Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department

Tim Conway Jr.

00:32 sec | 10 months ago

Marilyn Manson Domestic Violence Allegations Under Investigation by Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department

"For allegations of domestic violence. Investigators from the Department Special Victims Unit say they're looking into incidents from 29 to 2011 involving the singer whose real name is Brian Warner. Actress Evan Rachel Wood claims she was groomed by Warner while she was 18 years old and Warner was 36. The two were briefly engaged. For other women have also alleged abuse. Warner has said his art in life have long been magnets for controversy and denies the allegations after those allegations became public Warner's record label and agent dropped him. Steve Gregory King, If I knew the news is brought to you by solar Max, some

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Are You Actually Kinky?

The Cut

05:31 min | 10 months ago

Are You Actually Kinky?

"Lately there have been some truly salacious stories on the news about powerful celebrity men who've crossed some lines with women they were dating and these have been sort of aftershocks of the metoo movement. Where these new accusations. I'm thinking of armie hammer. And the allegations of abuse and resume or marilyn manson's rape room brought back this important conversation on the ways that power and fame can be abused but the fascinating thing this time as the way. These celebrities have responded to these accusations because the reply is essentially. Oh no you don't understand. That was consensual. We are kinky kink is one of those things that's hard for people to understand myself included. Because i think for a long time i was like whatever you have your shit you do behind closed doors and that's your business. I don't really feel the need to interrogate too deeply beyond a basic sort of understanding. That shouldn't shame anyone else's kings you know and so when the internet seized on the gripping details of army hammers supposed cannibal fetish as like. Should we even be lampooning. This is this a legitimate kink. Would there be a right way to do this. But then i realize everyone was talking about. What a wild fixation this cannibalism thing supposed to be and there was much less focused on what army hammers accusers. Were actually saying about their relationship. Which was fetish or not. Their relationship started one way and then it took this turn we at the cut. Believe these women who are making these accusations and we believe that the men they were involved with are hiding behind the mantle of kink because kink isn't an excuse for abuse but in order for us to understand where the lines actually get crossed as a culture. We're going to have to engage with the ideas of kink much more fully in all of its richness and deep deep complexity. We understand that like you can be like vicariously like excited by violence even though real violence is disgusting. And you don't want to actually hurt people but it gets like framed in this way where it makes it sound like if somebody is kinky there beyond criticism and that's not what it means. This is lux traum. And i am a longtime sex educator and an abuse survivor someone who thinks a lot about abuse kink i think people think oh la king is choking people and kids like leaving bruises on people and can be but that's not really what it is so what is case. Everyone i talked to had a different way of explaining it. What keep means differs for different people will kick is a very specific subset of the arabic and it can mean a lot of things. If one feels that one is kinky then one is kinky for lux alp. Traum kink is very much about consent in a kink. Situation it might. It might look like the dam has all the power control but the real control lies with the submissive person. Because it's not the purest iteration of like safe consensual kink. Unless you can say no or say you're safe word or say whatever and make it all stop immediately. This is a very clear dividing line right for armie hammer. The women said stop and he kept going for marilyn manson. It was an entire lifestyle. Where if you said. Stop your punished more. But just like an all consensual sex kinky or not. There's a lot of nuance and negotiation. That needs to happen between the people involved. And it's all within this context of wanting to be giving there's so much pressure on you to be compliant too. Please your partner to do all these things. That has nothing to do with king but when you are in a kink environment that can like be taken to the nth degree because so much of kink about exploration about going into a known taboo terrain you have to be on the same page. There's these moments where i'm like. Oh or like. I would be surprised with the thing that i had never expressed interest in. I maybe didn't wanna do it. Don't think there is this bright dividing line between abuse and kink. All this stuff is just like there's no like three step guide for like dealing or there is but it's like talk to people have conversations like be willing it's the easiest thing in the hardest thing to hurt the ones you love to act out scenarios aren't normally like you to play with power. It's playing with fire. Really and yet culturally kink doesn't talked about with gravity until something goes horribly wrong gets whispered about as the super freaky unspeakable thing or it has a reputation of being a gonna dorky form of adult dungeons and dragons. You know like something. Couples try to spice up their marriage after reading fifty shades of grey. I think it's almost jumped straight from being arm. Something that's forbidden to being a cliche and being a joke and we skipped the part where we look at. It has to be taken just as seriously as anything else would do as humans. And i think that was part of what we were hoping to do with this analogy

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"manson " Discussed on Currently On

Currently On

05:09 min | 1 year ago

"manson " Discussed on Currently On

"What else do we know here about the album? He also explained how he'd been forced to become more creative during the making of we are chaos as he was staying in someone else's home while his house was being renovated it's almost like when you're limited to only using black and white and you don't have the whole Color Palette metaphorically with music as well. So he's like he's he wasn't in his home so he didn't have his I guess as many things at his disposal. So he was limited in what he could use to come up with the album, and so it says it made him more creative. He goes I was kind of stripped down. So I could only go with my notebook to the Co.. Studio. I. Pay Continues I explore ideas on the album such as perfume Manson said in a previous statement about we are chaos something. So beautiful, the sent can be remembered forever, but it's also flammable enough to burn down a house. It's the fragile balance of power and the ones who hold the match or smell the lovely lovely list loveliest the paintings I did specifically to accompany the music. Those are my reflections. So it sounds like that the paintings may be very key and to interpreting the albums because I. Guess the paintings are kind of the reflections that Kinda show what he was trying to say or what message he was trying to get across I like that image here's perfume something. So lovely that the sent remains after you know it's a whoever it's on after they leave the sent remains. So it's this beautiful lovely thing. That remains but in the words of Manson It's claimable enough to burn down a house. So there's this fragile balance of power and the ones who hold the match or smell the lovely loveliest. So that's an interesting image. This kind of contrasting image something. That's lovely. But something could burn down to house something that I want one sense hold the matches or the ones who who smells has the smell of the perfume kind of a very powerful image. Off to see how that plays out in the album, but I'm looking forward to it. Again. The name of the album called chaos by Marilyn. Manson it will be released Friday September, the eleventh or for those of us who live in the central time zone ten. PM. Central to. Eleven PM Central, time September the Tenth Marilyn Manson we are are you are you excited for it or you're not excited for it? I mean. How relevant is Marilyn Manson and twenty twenty? He's not controversial anymore. So now he's got to, he can't rely on that. He can't rely on the controversy he's got to rely on the music and I think that's good. I would rather him rely on the music and hopefully he put his putting out something that will speak maybe speak to what's going on in our world. But in a WHO knows I don't even want to speculate. He wants to get across, but I can't wait to hear it I. Hope it's an amazing album. I hope it's I. Hope it's Pell Emperor other people probably prefer it to sound like some of his earlier albums. I I don't want to I want him to show. I want him to show that he's moving forward as an artist. That's what I want seeing him moving forward in in the creation of the songs and the lyrics and I can't wait. I. Wanted At least just let you know that the album is coming out clearly..

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"manson " Discussed on Currently On

Currently On

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"manson " Discussed on Currently On

"We'll be eleven PM Central Time September tenth or for others at midnight. September. The eleventh. I'm looking forward to it but. I don't know what to expect. As Hell Emperor. Marilyn. Manson. If it is and I'm GonNA absolutely probably love the album if it's not, I don't know I. Don't. I'll just of be caught in the middle I did a little research and I did find this I thought this is interesting. Marilyn Manson explains concept behind new album we are chaos. All right. Here's what we know. Marilyn Manson has opened up on the double sided concept of his forthcoming new album. We are chaos the shock rockstar etcetera releases eleventh studio effort, next Friday September the eleventh the new record is to is the follow up to two thousand, seventeen heaven upside down speaking in a new interview with revolver Manson offered further details on how the formatting of the record came to be. And I'm quoting here according Marilyn Manson so I began with the intro pros. Right So okay this is what Manson offered up and I'm quoting. So I began with the intro pros to try to set the tone for what was to come on the record he explained and we made it ten songs. So it'd be treated in the traditional sense of how LP works how there's a an aside be because it changes. So it's like here's five five tracks on side. You flip the L. P. over put it back on the turntable, and then you get the second five tracks for side. That's the way he wants you to kind of approach the album have to buy it on vinyl and play it on my turntable just to get that kind of vibe to it. He continues just like a movie or play their three Ax, and we were very particular about how we piece it all together. But it was not difficult. There were no extra songs that we left off. So there's there's three ax to this concept. It's almost like a movie or a play. This is going to be very interesting trying to draw to pull all of this out. Manson went on to elaborate further on we are chaos explaining about how painting the album's official artwork while on my knees had spawned side two of the record infinite darkness because that's what I call the painting and that's the second side of the record. All right. So the cover art he painted while on his knees and it spawned side too. So let me see here track. Track, six is infinite darkness. So that would be track one for side B of the L. P.. All right. So that's And that that's what he called. I guess the painting that's now the artwork for the album, which is again is really cool I. Really Love Artwork. Gives us. Kind of an idea three acts two sides infinite darkness obviously trek six start side be or side to however you want to look at it right.

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"manson " Discussed on Currently On

Currently On

05:54 min | 1 year ago

"manson " Discussed on Currently On

"And when Marilyn Manson released that album the pell emperor I remember I bought it the day it came out about two CD. And I came home I put on some headphones I don't even think I put on headphones I think I was using the stereo system. So I put on the headphones and I sat back and that music began I own my goodness that album blew me stinking away that album, the pell emperor by Marilyn Manson and my estimation I know it's very much more blues influenced than industrial influenced them maybe some of his earlier work but my goodness I thought the emperor was absolutely brilliant I thought it was genius deserved to be on the best best. BEST ALBUM OF THE YEAR LIST IN TWO THOUSAND FIFTEEN Brilliant piece of work brilliant piece of art I love the packaging I loved everything about that everything about the pell emperor. He came out see after the two, thousand, fifteen, think two, thousand, seventeen. Was it heaven upside hip see I have to look it up heaven upside down in two, thousand, seventeen I. I didn't really here's the thing I didn't for some weird reason didn't hit me. I didn't I didn't have the connection with it. So for me, it's it's been the pillow emperor, the Pell Emperor, the Pell Emperor. Hey are you Marilyn Manson fan I'm Appel emperor fan that album was brilliant that album was genius that album was amazing. I can't say I'm Marilyn Manson Fan, right but I'm trying to be very fair and transparent, and the reason I'm bringing all of this up because I think it's Friday September the Eleventh Marilyn Manson's back. New Album called we are chaos. We are chaos the cover for the album. Look stinking. Awesome I. Really like it you you'll need to see it. I'll probably try to find a cover of the album and place it for the artwork for this episode of but. Of this episode for this podcast. But Marilyn Manson, we are chaos the title we are chaos I love the title because it really fits twenty twenty does not we are chaos twenty twenty has been a year of absolute complete chaos. You know parts of cities burning a pandemic, a an election everyone's divided racial tensions political division a crazy time to be alive. We are chaos is interesting. Now what will be? Marilyn, Manson's message I don't know here. Here's a little bit about the album. The album has ten songs. It's going to be forty two minutes long. All right it's called. We're chaos Marilyn. Manson, here are the name of the tracks, right red, black, and blue. That's interesting. We are chaos is the title track..

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"manson " Discussed on Currently On

Currently On

04:46 min | 1 year ago

"manson " Discussed on Currently On

"One his no longer a lightning rod for controversy for debate. I, said the name Marilyn Manson and even saying it at the beginning of this episode it felt weird because it's like. So. What Marilyn? Manson. Big Deal big deal. There's there's nothing shocking. There's nothing controversial. No one really cares no one cared parents have moved onto other things are Cardi B. and Megan the stallion or more controversial right now then. Marilyn Manson I mean really I mean there's there's there's things that people are upset about Marilyn. Manson is yesterday's news, as far as controversy is concerned. So here's the deal. If. Marilyn Manson's getting ready to release a new album. Controversies not going to sell it. Right it's over his not the anti hero of young people anymore. So how do we view Marilyn Manson and twenty twenty? Well, I can tell you this. It's not when now what matters when when Marilyn Manson releases and album what matters now is not the external looks it's not the it's not the gimmick it's not the controversy because all of that's over it's it's old news. What matters now is when I pull up Marilyn Manson album on whatever. Streaming device I'm getting ready to listen to the album on or if I buy a vinyl copy, what matters is when I hit play. Or. When the needle hits the Vinyl and that music begins, it's the music that matters now. He can't rely. On the external look, the external gimmick, the controversy, all of that doesn't matter anymore. Everyone's moved on those kids in the nineteen nineties there grew they've grown up. Whether either even still listening to music, we don't know so. He how does he how what does how does Marilyn Manson even relate to young people today how many young people even know who Marilyn Manson is. So. What matters now is the music that's what matters and for me personally. I was I was not a teenager in one, thousand, nine hundred was in my twenties in the nineteen ninety s and for me I was I can't say it was I I can't say I hated Marilyn Manson at the same time. I can't say I was gigantic fan of Marilyn Manson. He was just Found all of the controversy and all of the debate surrounding him somewhat humorous because it reminded me of being teenagers in the nineteen eighties when politicians and Christians and everybody was running around talking about iron maiden Ozzy Osbourne..

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"manson " Discussed on Currently On

Currently On

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"manson " Discussed on Currently On

"Time and I'm coming to you from Abilene Texas. Marilyn. Manson. Marilyn. Manson. Now there was a time. that the name Marilyn Manson would spark all kinds of debate, spark all kinds of arguments all across the United States of America because Marilyn Manson was a lightning rod for controversy Marilyn Manson was associated with everything shocking everything controversial Marilyn Manson was basically public enemy number one for many conservative politicians and for parents all across the United States of America because for many they believe Marilyn Manson was trying to turn an entire generation of young people away from God away from the Bible trying to turn them against their parents that Marilyn Manson was a corrupting force and that he was going to corrupt an entire generation of young people that he was going to turn them into. Two killers turn them into satanist I mean many parents across the united. States of America had this fear I mean, basically Marilyn Manson was a nightmare and they would have this nightmare that it would be midnight one o'clock in the morning and all of a sudden they would wake up and they would hear the music of Marilyn Manson coming from the basement of their home and that would. Wake up and they would get out of bed and they would walk slowly down the steps towards the basement door and there would slowly open the basement door and the music of Marilyn Manson would get louder and louder, and as they stepped into the basement that would find their children sitting on the floor and the middle of a Pentagram sacrificing a cat to Satan. Okay, I. Know You say. That sounds a very exaggerated. I'm not using hyperbole. I'm not exaggerating there were parents all across the United States of America who believe Marilyn. Manson. Was a force from Satan sent to destroy the World Destroy America and destroy them morality that they had imparted to their children and that this corrupting force this evil force to Satanic Force needed to be silenced. Needed to be censored, needed to be condemned and that any bad thing that was happening in society involving teenagers well, it was going to be blamed on Oh. Yeah. You guess it Maryland Manson was going to be blamed. His music was corrupting the young people he was turning them into turning them violent turning them is antisocial. On that, they were running wild and they were being corrupted because of Marilyn Manson I know. If. If you were not alive in the Nineteen Ninety S, it may be hard for you to even believe what I'm saying you. You may think that I'm exaggerating I'm not he was he was public enemy number one. He was a lightning rod for controversy for debate he found himself and a lot of ways in the middle of the culture wars of the nineteen nineties..

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"manson " Discussed on Nopeville

Nopeville

05:25 min | 1 year ago

"manson " Discussed on Nopeville

"So at some point during the trial, Manson family members outside of the courthouse, showed up in saffron robes, and threatened to immolate themselves or set themselves on fire. The fuck if Manson was convicted. Which I guess! Some nuns in Vietnam had done to protest the Vietnam. War pretty recently in. Wow Yeah and I guess they. Throughout the entirety of the trial, there were members outside all the time including squeaky. Holding vigil in talking to the press in just just like touting that there's nothing wrong. They're innocent. They do anything or at the very least touting that he's innocent I, don't think they really gave a shit about their sisters. Yeah I mean there was. A lot of conspiracy that Manson. Never actually like committed the murders. It's not really a conspiracy, because if you think about it, he didn't he? Ordered people to do it, but he did not actually do it. which was genius on his part. There was the attempted murder of that drug dealer though. But I! Think that was. Kinda SORTA before the time of being like no, I'm going to be smart and not involved in murder. Yeah, the key witness to the trial. Was Manson family member Linda. Carr's Avian, who had been present in the car at both murders, which you said so she provided graphic testimony of the murders before going into hiding for the next forty years. Obviously you know the state of California presented a lot of evidence, but she was the key like they had plenty of witnesses, but she was the main one that she was like physically there. Yeah, and I mean she was part of the Manson family so I mean I. Guess You would have reason to lie, but she's clearly lying in the wrong direction if that's what she's doing. Yeah, so during the trial in August. Nineteen Seventy Manson held a newspaper headline that said that President Richard. Nixon believed that Manson was guilty of the murders either directly or indirectly. which led to defense moving for a mistrial, arguing that their clients had allegedly killed fewer people than Nixon's war machine Vietnam. So, of course, the judge obviously asked the jurors. If they would be able to proceed with the current with the information they have, but would they. Would they be able to continue without that coloring their judgment and they said yes. So that that failed. On October Fifth Seventeen Manson attempted to kill the presiding judge judge older himself by him by leaping over his lawyers table with a sharpened pencil and heading straight for the judge. How is that going to help your case? As he was led out of the courtroom. In the name of Christian justice somewhat should cut your head off. L., yeah, so I'm I'm honestly not sure where that outburst came from..

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"manson " Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

05:59 min | 1 year ago

"manson " Discussed on KTRH

"Manson wrote an article I think for the process church cold beer and he used to say to his followers gets the fear you know if you get the fear if you can get fear and conquer fear then you're able to do anything and I think that the fear that the people in Germany had they were frightened at the end of World War one their entire world is falling apart their country was being carved into pieces it cetera etcetera and here was Hitler coming along saying yeah you're right you have a right to be afraid a right to be anxious and desperate and this is what we're going to do about it you know and his platform was was very thin but it was very emotionally resonant people just loved it and they went along with it and he he he would put himself up as the savior who was going to fix the whole thing let's go to Jack in Carpinteria California west of the Rockies good morning Jack go ahead hello Jack boy we must be having some phone problems these days Donnie check out these lines if you would join the Bronx we'll try you Joe Hey George happy new year area do it okay Peter yes I wanted to ask you a hell important in dis cold figures like mansion or Hitler is of the personal charisma that day employee and also the drugs manipulation that Manson used as a technique of his the night treats belladonna access in getting his followers to do his bidding sure thanks for always good to talk to somebody from the Bronx my yeah as far as the the manipulation the charismatic figure and the importance of the charismatic figure that's that's very important I mean that's that's the ballgame if you lack charisma then you've got to really use a lot of other tools in order to get the the same type of following which leads us to the drugs that the drugs what what what drugs are useful for in that context was because it it was a fast track to the unconscious mind to that material it it duplicated for the initiation experience and going through the the obstacles and going through the darkness and through the gate and coming out the other side the drugs simulated that in a very short period of time the problem is quite often the effects were also very short lived they were not permanent so drugs could be used to to get people to a certain point where they were more susceptible to your message or to a charismatic leader so they would reduce your inhibitions and allow you you have to be sort of open and vulnerable to a charismatic leader and their message or to the cold in general and its message I mean our word FOR assassin as as I'm sure you know comes from how she seen right these were of people who took hashish had their you know their visions of paradise based on this they had a charismatic leader who gave them the hashish and then duplicated or simulated a kind of paradise fixed experience and when they came down from the drug they had that memory that at some point it actually seen paradise so they were willing to go out and do the bidding of their charismatic leader whatever that leader told them to do at the risk of their own life it no longer mattered anymore so that the drug and charismatic leader combinations very powerful in Hitler's Germany of course that wasn't you know employed on such a wide scale although was employed among the troops to a certain extent but as far as the ritual itself that was pure pure rich will I mean the SS rituals were your rituals and they were conducted all around the world torch with processions and the chanting and all the rest of that there was a heavy heavy occult ritual behind the SS in the SS were the elite the SS were the ones who did not give up at the end of World War two who maintains their presence maintain their operations as much as they could all around the world these with the true believers they had passed through that process there come out the other side as true believers as initiates of this cult are there any leaders there now Peter is that are out there that you would say fits this category well it's it's is this for the cure **** category most of them have died out thankfully the cult that I that I knew in Chile of course they still exist they've had their teeth pulled basically and they're no longer the kind of threat that used to be at least I don't believe they are but there are stories still leaders in all of these countries who inherited the mantle of the SS initiators you might say they're SS leaders their role models who were in those countries and they have groomed new leaders to to take over from them so this is still happening you're seeing a great resurgence of neo Nazism in Europe and in all over the world I mean you're seeing a resurgence of it even in places like Southeast Asia and parts of Africa and the Middle East you seeing a resurgence of this of this ideology so we're going to see some very scary people come out of that it's going to Minneapolis paths with US east of the Rockies pap go ahead quickly I'll say that yeah he like yet issued Latin can be used as a language worldwide that people who don't have another common language but better yet that others around the merge understanding but my most important thing has to do with fake news fake news I told my at one of my sisters in one of my best friends be very very careful because the wrong doers themselves may plant fake news about themselves that's right because that is that yes then they can say oh well maybe.

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