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"marcus west" Discussed on The Wolf's Den
"Single just not to defend your dad but i will defend your dad that every single person of the ball run at that lives here. You probably just really unlucky very but it happened. It happened for me. Because i grew up from that. And that's when. I decided to get into business when i was eighteen. And i knew like hey sports wasn't gonna work out. I'm only six to can't jump the highest and not the best at that. So that's why i decided to get into business where i got into network marketing and i put my all into it. And that introduced me to personal development sales How to communicate with people how to how to basically help guide someone to make the right decision for themselves so cisco backs okay so sixteen Your dad goes to jail right you living in a beautiful home. Nice cars sold thing right here and suddenly you file renting a house right. Whatever and your mom says you got to be the man in the family and you're still in high school. Yeah so what did you do. What was the first thing you did. And the first thing i did was pick up a basketball. Go to the gym. I was in there for ten twelve hours a day. Like just die. I thought that was my vehicle. Might take to take care of my family. So that's that's been my y since so you actually when you went when he was doing that you thought perhaps you would get scholarship to college and then go pro and be okay correct and then you realize you just not good enough and sucks right. Yeah does suck. It's all good though. During that time. I was actually introduced a business and i could. I just knew. I went to a home of at one of my good friends. Marcus west. He actually invited me to this this home event. It was a little different. There's down on his couch. Pitching you some products and dream. But i was like. What do i have to lose like. This could be my ticket. So i've always been optimistic like i want to just figure this out for myself. I saw some young people making money. And i looked at them. I said why not me. So that's when. I got involved and i started to build a team and we built a fairly large team about one hundred hundred disturbed one hundred district that network marketing vima is it still around is but it's not really it's not really like growing. It's more just like selling the health products. The products were amazing. But you know the opportunity. I've really made money. Yeah yeah so fell out of that though. And when i fill out of that when the business actually went down they got all this trouble with like the government who yeah did all for what i don't know they thought it was a scam. They looked into it but when they shut the doors and they By the way the they ended up winning that case when they shut the doors. That's when you know. Basically my life just flipped upside down. I went and started to become a waiter at. Papa does by the way this is a year later. My girlfriend left me a lost. The car company car couldn't afford it. My mom had to take car so this is all happening. And then i decided i needed a new opportunity so i was actually looking at searching. I got a message on facebook from this guy named marty. Who was talking about insurance and i i was like. There's no way. I'm not going to do insurance. That sounds like a sound stupid. I don't know if i can make money in that. And then i decided. I'm just gonna go give it a shot and i went in and i met someone who had the life i wanted. He was a young guy very successful and he had wife was happy like he just had everything going for. He's worth millions and millions of dollars. Which which is my mentor. Now and again. I had that voice in my head like why not me like. Why can't i just do it. This guy have done right so i decided to take my test. Okay and this is two thousand sixteen by the way so girlfriend left me. I'm twenty two years old at the time serving tables. I decided to take my insurance exam. I fail it. A max amount of times you can take it in arizona so i feel it four times and i remember sitting in my car literally crying and asking god like do not want me to be successful. Or what like what's happening. And what are the god say. I want you to fucking study. Yeah study harder. No but the thing is i was man i couldn't get the contests down and And then i then basically is that you not job problems in school and really what was. What was it about the test. That was so difficult for you to answer a way different than when i was studying. Man i'm not the best task like i'm good at. I never heard that before the that difficult..
"marcus west" Discussed on Weekly Energy Boost
"To this week's weekly energy boost. My name is Alicia and I'm here this morning with David and we are all geared up to share with you the secrets to manifesting your goals. Last week, we spoke about creating goals and the best practices on UH in order really not only from our experience but from the ancient wisdom of Kabbalah, we talked about how to properly and effectively get the highest aspirations out in the most practical and positive way. That's what we do here at the weekly energy boost. Every episode is a seven day spiritual energy forecast. Last week was really the you know the the universe was really supporting us to create and to see to have a vision of what we're capable of this week we wanNA focus on. Making sure that those that a month into the gym membership, we're not sitting on the couch eating potato chips. So to speak the colloquial couch so this week is all about nuts and bolts. It's about you know recognizing from the previous year where we fell short and how we still have this this opportunity we spoke about the. I think the last four or five episodes we spoke about how we have this ability to reflect and transform what whatever happened in the past year that doesn't that didn't get us where we wanted to go and we have one more week left of that. Possibility that opening to to US last year as the catapult for this year. So we're going to be talking about today is how to make sure that everything that we desire for our self in the coming year manifests. Yes, you said that this year I'm sorry this week is There's an opening in the upper worlds where. We have the ability to access parts of ourselves in an easier way that we've never had before the capitalist say that there's actually ten days according to the ten dimensions are soul. And we've. We've we've. We've already this is the third day right. So this is the third day of US accessing the deeper part of ourselves for anyone who wants to make a change or who wants to draw strength or who wants assistance because. We're not convincing the light of the Creator to be good to us I think sometimes in literature on the Bible it's written that way as if I need to convince the external force to behave a certain way towards me. When we say that we pray the whole class about prayer and Kabbalah Juan when we say we pray that we request that we ask that we beg for Assistance Energy. Essentially, what we're doing is we're were causing a transformation to occur within us. The way our soul is designed is that every time we pray we change that's basically what happens when you ask for something you change your spiritual and physical DNA inside of you. Now, there's different levels and degrees of asking a person can nonchalantly. Just say I would like something versus someone who says I I really, I really want something and versus something else that the cabalists say that imagine a person is on the way to their execution and they're begging for their life right this is the highest level of asking wanting what that does is it creates some difference inside of you, which then allows the infinite light of the Creator, which is always there to come in. That's not an extreme example, it all not an extreme example. What of that one of the images I I give to students in the classes is. Imagine you take this bottle of water that's empty. I've ever shared this before the. Bottle of water that's empty and there's a cap on it so. Just an empty bottle and there's nothing can go in or out and you take this bottle of water and you shove it. Under water. And, now, it's imagine you put it in the pool of water. So now there's water coming from all sides putting pressure on the bottle but because the cap is on the bottle, it cannot come in the water cannot come in, but there's pressure there's pressure and all of us when we feel pressure in our lives Kabbalah says, this is called the surrounding light. It's light that is our potential it is light that might. Be represented as a new relationship it's light that might be represented as prosperity and sustenance clarity an and sir, you want an answer about a question you have and you don't know what the answer is whereas the answer the answer is in your surrounding lights go back to the bottle. The bottle is us we have a cap on we are under water. The water represents all that we want the we don't have yet. And the water is trying to get in. Why this pressure and that's why people stress and pressure. We have a whole class about stress and pressure. That's a stresses. When you feel stressed you can't sleep and you having Zaidi. It's because the light is pressing on you saying, reveal me reveal me that is the nature of the light to fill where a gap or there's a hole. The light doesn't punish. We are the ones who have the CAP on. Now, what happens the moment you remove your cap? The water rushes into the bottle and fills the bottle. How do you remove the CAP? That's what prayer is you pray when you ask requests from the bottom of your heart for assistance transformation for clarity for certainty. You remove the cap from your bottle and then the light the. So to speak the water rushes in to you and this is the best week. This is the best week to request pray because the cap is maybe the cap is a little loose, right? Now, we have the opportunity to. Just gotTa you just gotTa take the rest of the distance. Well, I love what you said because for me when it comes to the concept of getting what we want. There is there are a lot of us out there. That are wishers, right? We wish what you know I wish for More. Money bigger house the better relationship by I wish for a lot of things but. I think it was that we had a show about this last jake in here his voice. We had Marcus West as their wishers and there are doers right and the the differences, and this is something that I have heard my teacher speak about endlessly is that you know wish is a really nice thought..
"marcus west" Discussed on Bad In The Boondocks
"So that's a total of nine bodies and guess what eight of them are under the age of eighteen. This bad I don't see how I can do it. I don't in trying to determine the next of kin the corner had DNA testing donald all the victims when the results came back the true extent of Marcus West since depravity was family reveal Marcus West and seemed always wanted to be a spiritual leader. Holly Luhya don't we always hear this or a lot of times? He was born in nineteen forty six oldest of four children into what could only be called a dysfunctional family. His Father Benjamin was an abusive alcoholic. Who Never Hell down a steady job and once left the family for several years to live with another man own. The other hand is mother. Carey was a strict seventh day. Adventist who led the Family Daily Bible Studies and would whip the children with an electrical cord. Despite all of this as a child. Marcus was remembered by relatives as kind and a good singer. His favourite game was playing preacher. Marcus dropped out of high school at age. Seventeen and joined the military where he was a medic or ambulance driver. Sources different this. He left the military with an honorable discharge and settled in San Jose California. That's where he met Rosemary. A woman thirteen years old growth than him who had eight friskin children from previous relationships. Don't you find that sexy and I must say is commendable. If you find a woman's chances child or you know you can stand up and be a man about but after eight children. I don't know I don't know but Marcus seemed eager to take on the big family. Since he believed they needed a shepherd to guide them and he was just that shepherd the the two soon had a son together so now we have nine at one point one of Rosemary's older daughters also named Rosemary. So that's not confusing at all struggled with drug addiction. Drop Golf her seven children U. Series. So let's to eight plus seven. And how many does that equal fifteen? Yeah said that Tommy. Children was in the household plus the two adults. So how many is that seventeen? Wow working household you know the house over a very big mansion but it was Rosemary's eight year old daughter Elizabeth. That Marcus was most fixated. No he claimed that God had told him that Elizabeth was his wife and he hailed a home marriage ceremony to the child. He then took her out of school to begin personally quote unquote teaching her. When Elizabeth was twelve he began sexually. Assaulting her shockingly. Rosemary's reaction to this was not to protect your dollar instead she merely insisted that they wait until Elizabeth was of legal age. Fifteen years old get married house. Fifteen years old in some states the ages different the team but at fourteen Elizabeth became pregnant with Marcus baby and the two word as soon as she was of legal age to marry. Marcus would go onto father. Ten more damn children with her before. She reached the age of twenty six before so ten more children before she was in less than twelve years. Okay so this is just wonderful right. I think I need a drink..
"marcus west" Discussed on Bad In The Boondocks
"This grand. That's it today. I'm a tiny bit still but not real sick. All you sound like never mind. I'll say like country Fokker. No I was just talking about milk in it. You sound like somebody over trying to get well. Nobody takes care of me so nothing to milk. My wife Cities God Dude. But anyway speaking of country he motherfucker. We're not just the other day we were just talking about first of all. Let me tell you this and this is really pissed me off and made me upset. Cram CON. They were jaded us so we won't be there this year as expected. I guess because we're pure shit I guess so I guess so. But if we'RE NOT ABSOLUTE PURE SHIT. Please write us on. Apple. Maybe next year we can get into crump. Gone All be great either. Write us on Apple Pie chaser or stitcher. Yeah way or spotify way yes spotify Google. Yeah Okay and I might add that link in our notes but speaking of hit while talking the other day we've gone road and I was like you know drew because we go to the gym every day together and we ride bat and I'm like you know city folk folk folk and by city folk. I mean if you've got a thousand people you've got a big acid folk but if they go and go shopping and they go back to their truck or car and they try to cry and it don't cry They call maybe take shots Sam to the damn expensive no city folk call roadside assistance or their husband. Why it'd be like call start? Oh No but you know True Truth Truth Huck and Contra Boys what we do is me tell you some we crack the hood we get a hammer we start man William Battery older battery. Okay and then we say it's good. Sure sure enough. Crank them right. Oh that's the difference. There's another difference. We used to go fishing and we will stay tonight at River. Loci we had no damn window onto trump no. It was too dark the time we had a win. Oh yeah but it was too hot summertime so we were sleeping. Oh for a few hours just to say this was a nice Ram with him when the Henry. Okay so we do have. We do have for the site. The compound Edward known as the how it be in me Andrew. It's hot as hell because it's the middle of summer which means in the nighttime it's about eight force well. She got rolled around the wind. As you know. But then you've got twenty million Mosquitos okay. I don't really know why we do. Well guess what. Guess what daddy does guess what stand us. You know what this time that we go fishing. My daughter's got a damn canopy. Hannah pee on her bed. That's fine looks like a mosquito net. My daughter don't want that canopy no more so I cut that shit off. That's exactly what I did. I cut the shit off. We go. He went to the river and this time. Guess what Roldan Windows Down because guess what Stan had some duct tape to gorilla tape we use real or not duck tape that canopy right to the to the windows. Guess what no more snow more mosquitoes spreading. It was pretty. It was cooler. It was cool and no mosquitoes think that idea. Yes well now about tell them about our Kurt before that they had to Redo before that I just wanted to say in wants whenever we were driving the grain truck at he got into Iraq. We stopped at this place. I've been in a few red. Yeah in every wreck totals my vehicle in Achim. We stopped at this place. I so the truck of course will not crank. We popped up the hood. We fiddled with it and then Baghdad Bob Lanka. We banged it. It wasn't star so here comes this guy. He come over here now so us. Oh you need to jumpstart Pale notice. I know but do you. Do you have some heavy metal? Yep something have you ever rent or any pulled out the hammer Bam Bam Bam like. He was looking at us. The strangest way but guess what burn we said we said. Okay try it now. Bam you crank right up. So don't we go to podcast room and our occurred well. Curtain falls due to a curse. You called into your decorator put up a new damn thing to hold up a new current one the bitch. You'RE GONNA pay an honest. The other bars for a new curtain. Non Dot gorilla tape will work actually. I didn't use gorilla tape. That is the name. Oh that's why fail. You had to Redo it today. Yeah debris do well it fail the thing to on? Hold it the little ball thing will. That's gone so about my little so I've been the Middle Hook us was to hold it up and you just read that tape right around their whole. Just nice look at that. We have cast room one day. Mom Go we just stitched shit together with and it just as clean as day heels right up right. Those were just some Tom that other day. Just to let y'all know and that's how country always do 'cause comfortable can't survive. Can't you booze came from? Yes all right say grace and they've yanked and that we don't give a damn turn it as gopher. Please click that link on our show notes. Sleaze and rate us at this point in time. I don't give a shit if you write a one star but it would be nice to give us five because I do have mental health problems. She depressed and stuff so it would hurt my feelings and you wouldn't want me to kill myself so cheese then right as five stars and I won't Sadaqa Deal No. Please don't care whether I do or not bro. Shut the HALO H. You didn't even think of me. No God whatever dome somewhere anyways. Also go check out our instagram. Give us a follow on their where we put some stuff and you know stuff basically amount. That's about it if you won't see our Little rigged up curtain. I'll post that today. Hell Yeah so you can go see that and and we've got goes back not so we can't even walk out the noise walkout choice to make if y'all could see us if y'all were in our rain hopefully I wouldn't be able to fit because too many of you but if y'all were in our room this is some. I won't even say Ghetto Shit. This is some red neck mob ship. Okay we have got about. Our walls are stapled or old with with roses with roses. Foam mattress toppers walls walkout. That sound okay. We do have some nice expensive soundproof. Curtains and Fr- behind each of you know however the rest of this rheumatism. It's a redneck. She is fun We do have a have a house is not a home without a Dawson yes our weenie don or to enter birthday bag in. Houston this household three weeks three weenies well on the big ears a little wing. I know right. I'm the one that made you okay. Well anyways I think that we're going to go hit and jump on into these stories. Well you go first. It's Tom because okay. Well mine is all Marcus West. Alka Nath Road. I'm still horses to take. I'm going to have to take a drink of course because my throat so Gupta I heard comes good for your throat. But I'm not trying wildwood anybody. He'd be no that that's what I was told all right. I'm GONNA DO Marcus Wesson. And he's known as the Vampire King of Fresno the date March twelfth. Two thousand four this. He looks a mess picture. This officers are called to a scene. A West Hammond Avenue in Fresno California where a heated argument over custody breaking out. Once they're officer speak to Ruby Ortis and SOFINA Solorio along with some family members who are with them. They are worried to the point of panic. Claiming their children are being held captive inside the rundown office building. They are adamant that the man inside their uncle Marcus Wesson. It's going to hurt their children. So the police knock on the door to speak to Wesson and try to resolve the issue. A titanic which means a big motherfucker of a man with grain dreadlocks down to his waist. Nappy answers the door. How much you weigh fo o about wandered about the bat right? Turn not a follower what he say whenever they answered the door. Well you do miss. He was calm and cooperative. He agreed to turn over the children but he wants to tell him goodbye. I So we asked the officers to wait right there. White Rot there. Let me go us on Google car and closed the door. Nope well the neighbors later. Say that they heard gunshots. But but but the police deny hearing anything or whatever warrants without a warrant or any indication that there's a safety issue. The police don't have the authority to enter the Western House. So they wait however let me tell you they wait for nearly an hour and a fucking half. I think so. I don't care if I hear anything. It don't take an hour and a half to say Gerber no give. He was taking okay. They came to take the children. They came there and check out because people were frantic that he was going to hurt that. You Okay and they go and not to take children there. They were there to check on it. Okay take children or whatever but they not on the door. He answers looking like a fucking mess with dreadlocks down. Conway's loot like he's on crack right as a I'll turn or let me go by and then shut the door. They're like okay less. He can't go back an hour and a half later. They really that makes no sense. Some police officers are stupid whenever they're in training and have to endure the whole tasers test. I think it does something to their brain. Oh so I think so. Okay at least these author because we're tired after nearly an hour and a half full. Wesson walks out the front door but his clothes were covered in blood as he surrenders to the arresting officers. Other officers rush inside the House Am I. I think if it was an hour and a half now definitely you just hope. I'm maybe the Dory I don't care if I would have gotten if you would have gotten in any trouble. They love to make up stuff like some love to make up things about what happens in order for them to search a car or go into a household but yeah something about police insertion a call. This we'd way this what you always talkin. Oh but yeah this time. They can't make up. I don't like this. I can't see they can't make up a fricken story for them to go in and search the Damn House and the neighbors they did he that they heard gunshot and -opoly that but the police didn't hear none whatever their full shit anyway inside despite the sunny afternoon they just kill them children. That's what they did. They killed them. The building is dark and silent against one wall. Several coffins are stacked up then. They enter a back room inside that back room. Covered in blood is a pile of bodies. M- the vessel in any horror. Movie You've learnt never enter evacuating some of which are children each had been shot through the APP but because the bodies were in such a tangle it took many hours before the police could even determine how many victims there were and it was several days before they were all identified. Once they were these were the victims. That were stacked one on top of each other..
"marcus west" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing
"Review the day's papers. Now I'm joined in the studio by monocle Nichols Own. Have Been Ryan and Ben Good afternoon. Shall we start with a newspaper from your home city of Melbourne. That's right Marcus. West starting with the age and as quote a tense situation going on in Australia at the moment regarding the Prime Minister Scott Morrison. Now this is actually. Concerning one of his ministers the Energy Minister Angus Taylor Angus. Taylor has been in a bit of hot water recently. After he claimed that a lot of money being spent by a particular council in the State of New South Wales ells on on travel expenses. Now he was. He said in parliament that he was relying on a particular document that showed the the expenses had gone into the millions. It appears that whatever whether this document was that he was relying on May have been a forgery now data as obviously angered a lot of people One of the Labor Opposition politicians then called for an investigation into Mr Taylor has been taking place. The story of gotten the age today concerns. Scott Morrison the prime minister making a phone call to the police. Commissioner a New South Wales to ask about the substance of the investigation. Now you do generally don't do that. Needless list to say that has said a lot of people on fire. They're now saying that. The prime minister is trying to influence the investigation. The police commissioner for his part said that he he had seen the phone ringing several times on Tuesday morning but had ignored the cold because he didn't recognize the number so it does seem that even Scott Morrison Orthon has been having a bit of trouble getting through to the police commissioner but regardless this conversation has taken place and the prime minister certainly seems to be on the back foot over in And in other news the former Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull is making headlines as well. You've got the conrete indeed now. This story is well. It was rather tens about twenty twenty years ago of the story now consents the twentieth anniversary of the referendum. That Australia took to decide whether it would become a republic break away from the Commonwealth. Say It's it's time is up for You Majesty. The Queen and elect our own Australian head of state. Australia voted no on that but it was the beginning beginning of political career for Mr Malcolm Turnbull. He was later of that referendum campaign and he was present at this dinner. That took place last night in Canberra Dan Rutz who marked twenty years since the vote and he said that look obviously the the the momentum that led to this referendum still exists in Australia. There are still a lot of people who say we should be a republic. The questions are just we don't know how to do it The and Mr Turnbull has been saying that if if this question were asked again if if it were put to the people once again we need to work out what the model would be a not was really the thing that killed the referendum in the first place A lot of people agreed that we should eight eighty sensible for Australia to have its Iron Australian head of state but no one could quite agree on how that person would be elected and they'd actually do Hogan senses. Is this topic for example when you are in Australia. Meet your friends to discuss with Australia's Abuna public or not now. Most people have a bit of a giggle about it. Actually because the the queen doesn't really have anything to do with this training politics as it is the role of the Governor General which is essentially what the president would be if we were a republic. It's purely ceremonial. The only consequential thing the governor general has ever really don would be to sack the government in the nineteen seventies and of course not quite controversial especially if you're a Prime Minister Whitlam But ever since then it it really is a ceremony on your role. No one really gets upside about this very much and I. I do think that's why. A lot of people have reservations about changing the system because Australian politics ease for the most part ah very plain sailing very on controversial. We don't really have extremes on either side of politics. I mean they're they're they're have an awful lot of power sir. I think there are a lot of people who think let's just leave it as it is daylight savings in the other hand. Are they controversial as a topic. You've got a story from the Sydney morning. Herald my goodness Marcus. This is one of the most controversial topics you could possibly raise in his The moment As as you would probably know is well-known because we we talk about this here in in Britain to but there are a lot of people who don't like daylight savings Including it does seem the Labor leader in the State of New South Wales. Jodi McKay one of her constituents has has written to her saying that she would like daylight savings to be shortened or axed all moved. Because it's too hot to go walking in the park in an evening She complained that. Come eight o'clock in the evening. She would like to go for a gentle stroll in a local park. It's still hovering around forty degrees absolutely ridiculous. We should change the times to make cool things going to happen now. I'm not sure I don't have this. I don't know why get so controversial. I I suspect there are a lot of people who misunderstand. What daylight savings actually is the article here in the Sydney Morning Herald is it's quite enlightening? Actually about why people get so uptight about it. There are several reports some of them. Say daylight savings bad for climate. Change others say that it leads to a rise in robberies and so on He's just a list of some of the things that have been attributed due to change of time. A full in robberies increased petrol sales a- jump in heart attacks less milk being produced by cows. And you'll curtains uh-huh fading faster which is terrible news. I suppose if you're really into drapery I don't really see the logic in this to be on Marcus. I'm pretty pretty sure that if you change the time it doesn't make the daylight actually longer but we will definitely be following this new story here. I WANNA go to four. Let's make sure if that's Ben Ryland. Thank you very supporting a serum articles and follow and finally. Today's Bro Chronicles.
"marcus west" Discussed on Happy Hour Gets Weird
"Weirdo he keep bringing up friends. Call during happy hour. Then this is the podcast for you. Welcomed happy hour gets weird so just like a low soothing. Mine is only Jeff Bridges. Actually I love Jeff. Bridges just told me the dude I fucking well. I love that movie like if I could get away with walking down the street with what he his wardrobe in that movie like you wearing a bathrobe constantly having white Russians. Yes I seriously I would it pretty much as the life. There's really nothing much better than not getting dressed in being in kind of drunk all the time. I I just have this deep need to wear bathrobe all the time. cozy right. You feel like people need to wear robes more. We should bring the road back. We should bring the dude look back. Well I feel like people would be happier if they just wore a robe is they would just feel cozy near who is not happy when they're cozy. We're already halfway there. Because we're wearing sweats. Oh I am fully wearing pyjamas. Today I've been wearing stretch pants every episode except for one. I'm one of those people who like I believe in you dress. Nice feel Nice. I mean. That's a super. We're simple way to put it. But I was like to dress put together because I feel put together otherwise I just might my life would totally this faulted shit in just the of disaster. If I dress like the dude my life would be like the Dude I. I couldn't dress like the dude and have a together life life but I get it. I always thought you're supposed to dress for the job you want. I thought you had to wear stretch against a podcast I think so. I think that that's a rule. I think it Israel zero there will now thorough guys. Didn't know this happy hour gets weird. Make them thanks for joining us. Words Awesome Awkward Day. We say I'm Cathy. I'm tiffany and this is our podcast. Have era gets weird word haired we get together for happy hour and we have drinks and we talk about all the weird shit that weird. The people like to talk about this week. We are drinking spiked coffee. ooh Is pretty good. It is pretty good it is pretty good. It has moved cream on top and as always we will post our drink recipe and pictures on instagram. Happy hour gets weird. pod Is there instagram And I like how you were so humble about the whip cream tiffany made the whip cream homemade by the way and it really is delicious. Just I could eat just a whole bowl of this cream. It is a very very good all right well. Now that we've talked about our drinks Amadou Dude. Would we want to get into into it all right of so just a little a little disclaimer. We are talking some pretty lead heavy subjects this week. We're doing true crime episodes. It's going to be a little bit heavier than last week. which was bigfoot pun intended Taller? bigfoot episode was definitely later than this one. Yeah this one's going to be heavy so we decided tiffany and I decided to kind of at the top of the heavier episodes. We're just GONNA start calling them top shelf episodes right Yup not as our warnings if we say it's top shelf episode so that means triggers it. There's going to be all kinds of triggers so this week we had planned on doing a family family when family kills family and we both ended up on true crime cases where the parents harm children so by the accident. I didn't know that we were GonNa both end up picking parents. Yeah we did so. This is just like a trigger warning we are going to be discussing child abuse in graphic detail. Tell so just a little heads up if you are going to be triggered by that. Please stop listening. If you're not going to be triggered like that anyone anyone here about these true crime cases. Please keep listening well. Now that we have our top-shelf warning yeah let's go ahead. You go first. Yeah let's get into it all right so before I start I Actually I have two things. We have new mikes so. We hope that it sells better. Oh yeah one more really stepping it up in the world. Yeah I also wanted to say something that I have meant to say after an episode. We've we did previously A lot out of the episodes we do touch on religion and how we roasted. Oil is in particular roasted analysts's parent. Yeah Yeah I mean I I. I don't know how that came off. I just want to say that I hold the no judgment against any religion or person who has religious beliefs. I hope that none of our episodes come off as like disparaging people of faith. I'd like I know that people that actually know me I wouldn't have to say that too like they would know that I would that I would never judge somebody's you know religious beliefs but it's kind of hard because we're in this weird situation where strangers could be listening adding to us and I just want to make sure that people know that we're not no judging religion or anything like that now unfortunately really a lot of the episodes that we do the people use religion as an excuse or a reason to do horrible things. Yeah and that's GonNa come up in in what I'm about to talk about. Yeah so I felt like I should say something. Yeah you do you really. Yeah as long as you're not hurting anybody yet you. We don't really long if you're hurting. Somebody yelled if you're just you know living life being a good person doing whatever you WanNa do in. Yeah no didn't here. We just happened to be talking about true crime cases that involve people who exploited religion to take advantage of other people in that friends is not okay in my book in any way. No Okay so now that we've done so many disclaimers in you guys are like. What the fuck can you talk about your stories Let's get to it. All right. You go go went okay go pick My sources are CNN. Murder Pedia on medium article by Delaney Marlet and a little bit of the a little bit of the Fresno Bee fifteen years ago. It crime crime shook the city of Fresno California years of horror culminated in a tragedy that still haunts the city today. Discussing the crimes of Marcus. Wesson Insert dramatic sound effect done. That was good. That's exactly what I wanted. So Marcus. Weston was born on August twenty second nineteen forty six. I didn't find that much about his life before adulthood. All that I pretty much found it was which is like it for me. One of the most interesting parts of cases like these people that do shit like I'm always interested to is it was it nature or nurture or both and I think that that's the thing that people are trying to constantly trying to figure out like how much of nature how much pressure because some people can handle so much stuff and some people are like can handle nothing before breaking many frontal lobe head injuries. Before you start. That's true I this guy. I don't know if you had a head injury but I'd like to give them one. Yeah yeah the one thing that everything say was that. He grew up in a religious household with the strict father. Other than that. I don't really know much But I think by all accounts he was a kid. He ended up joining the army and was stationed in Europe up and there was no news. No bad stories about his time in the military after his stint in the army he moved to San Jose in Europe yet he was stationed in Europe. I believe he was editing. I think he was a medic. Maybe Transylvania after a stint in the army moved to San Jose it was nineteen sixty eight in San Jose he moved in with a woman named Rosemary May Tarinah Rosemary always. It's a full circle. Everything is a full everything's connected and Rosemary had an eight year old daughter during this time Western claimed God was speaking came to him. He was in his he was in his mid twenties. This is not going to be good. This is why disclaimer He was in his mid twenties by this time in he and Rosemary had awesome together also soon after living in this household western to begin telling Rosemary's eight year old daughter Elizabeth that she belonged to him and that God wanted them to be married. God Mike already flick fully enraged at I mike two sentences in. I'm Mike I can feel the veins like looking when Elizabeth was fifteen she and West married apparently what her mother's blessing man they were already having sex. I think she might. I have been pregnant when they got married. My what would terrible terrible terrible parents. The the mom was like. Oh God told you okay. We'll chill western. Lesson ended up having ten children with Elizabeth his stepdaughter. Yes so they were because he was never technically married to her mom but yeah the stepdaughter. Yeah okay by porce sweet baby so she was. She had pretty much less than like her entire life like she met him when she was eight. And no this was pretty much all the mom knew to okay Also this is just so like irony in the worst way Elizabeth sister. Her sent her seven children to live in the Western household. Because she couldn't properly care for them. I believe that they were getting molested at her household so she sent them to live with Western. I and Elizabeth Wait Rosemary sister or Elizabeth says Elizabeth Sister Elizabeth is the step daughter Elizabeth daughter Yes Elizabeth. Mary had another daughter. Yes but Elizabeth Elizabeth is Marcus West wife in this whole story okay. Rosemary's out of it. Okay so yeah just like hanging out the living room or she still staying there living there. No I think they like moved out. I believe after they got married so so there. I'm so sorry I I decided to get this straight circuit understand so wesson met rosemary yards. Mary had an eight year old daughter. West wasn't married the eight year old daughter when she was finishing kick Rosemary Rosemary Yes what man. Elizabeth had a sister who sent her seven children to also live with Elizabeth and lesson. Today at Seventeen gives there at one point. Yes yes. Please give monster mutually condone first Brady Bunch. Yeah it's horrible odd Over the next twenty years. Here's the Western family lived in existence of isolation secrecy and horror all at the hands of Western so nominee get into a little bit of just their life. Okay Western never had a job living instead off welfare until much later on when his children could be sent to work and then they would give their money to lessen the large family. And I'M GONNA use the word family but this is not a family. The large family moved from place to place to avoid suspicions. Shin's they lived in a boat for a few years..
"marcus west" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
"There's an endless series of social experiments in porn is another one morning. I know in the seventies for us to get porn. I mean it was just a mad search for like three or four magazines with some boobs in it yeah. Oh my God and that was that was it and now you in your pocket supercomputer. There's you can have a donkey face fucking Romanian because we become novelty addicts. It's not just sex becomes. It's nothing we have straight people watching gay porn because the taboo turns them on so. I mean like what where does lead yeah but also the mirror but to continue with the marijuana when like it's like all of a sudden let's just legalize it and must be okay and you can't. Od Marijuana but that doesn't mean that it's necessarily league good for you and I've met a number of marijuana addicts ten fifteen years out of using marijuana that are just their lives Iraq and he the same thing about about alcohol. I suppose but I worry for you. Youngins and you millennials that have just had kind of unlimited distraction action unlimited porn unlimited nicotine and unlimited unlimited marijuana but it actually is a spiritual issue because it goes back to the idea that everything you need is outside of. You and it's all about sense gratification. y'All sense. Gratification is a fucking fool's errand. That's what I'm saying like. Finding Bliss in the inherent inherent stillness of being is the only game in town. I don't care how you symbolize it. How you worship at how you practice that's the only game in town because if you just go around trying to feel good to anesthetize you're fucked and that's the story we're being sold. Get rich get a bunch of we get a bunch of booze. Get a bunch of whatever you're attracted to and guess what you're GonNa. Wake up and just be like what is this. Russell brand talks about this so articulate. Sorry Okay No. I hadn't been silly for a while. yeah bring it up the but his he's got a great book called recovery and also all all the ways we try our selves numb escape anesthetize and a lot of it is stuff to its shopping. That's right but that's why Eker Tony says like when a kid when you take something coming from a kid and they scream it's because we have this part of our brain that believes this is. My coffee becomes part of our identity. Even porn is an identity issue. It reinforces the idea that you exist that you're real. This turns me on something is happening. I'm coming I exist. It's an identity thing it's because we're so afraid of who we are when all that stuff goes away and then you're getting drunk and you're seeing how drunk am. I getting high. I am I it's just somebody said all of humanity's problems stem from the fact that you can not sit quietly in a room and I was like that's fucking a mother fucking it Wilson Twenty nineteen he he just setup I deal. I struggle with that I do too. Why do you think I got so worked up. I don't I certainly struggle with if anything that Medicaid Nesta ties as me but I also struggle with the fact that you know being celebrity being an actor kind of trying to get fame fame now. I never tried to get famous but I tried to get to be successful as an actor like I never do anything for myself. You know I don't write poetry that no one's GonNa read read. You know I don't I do meditate because it quells my anxiety and it gives me sharper clearer focus throughout the day so there's there's a cost benefit analysis to it but I don't do do anything like make pottery or I hear people talking about like yeah. I just love gardening for the sake of itself itself. I like gardening. You like planting lanting things in scraping dirt rain when seeds in dirt and then no one even sees it and when I went to the park right by your house because I was early and I looked at a tree and activities like dropped the label right don't label at a tree just look at it without thinking about it and just experienced the tree and it was beautiful it was it was rapturous. It was wonderful and then there's this voice in my head going after the podcast. You don't really have anything you would come back and look at the you know what I mean. I'm like just look at the tree now aw like everything has to be like land to really like it. Later motherfucker dislike it. Now it's happening now. That's a thief. That's a thief thief of joy that's right and but also that happens to me. I had a couple free hours yesterday and I just laid on the couch in my office when I was like for nothing. Nothing just look at the light look at the room. Let it come in. That's I can't do the you know I can't do that you. That's what I'm saying. I can't do it. I really struggle with that. The reason I told you that I did it was because it doesn't have to be as sexiest gardening in in fact I would say that the the wrote flow of gardening could just be like it's like the guy that climbed Free Solo. I was like hey wanted to show his brain off. It's it's just another way of meditating It's a moving meditation. That's not as romantic I think as you were saying the guy who climbed that mountain he could have just laid on his couch and looked at dust motes in the air absolutely but I I think his brain is like look at the interview. It's trending towards the relational. That's a guy that needs to shut his brain off and it's like the only thing that's going to get me away from myself as risking my life. I need to I need the focus. That's why I totally says we love Marcus. West break and in order to like follow what I'm saying. You need to really really devote it close attention to what are you going to miss that and that's meditation. He's really good that you should have your own youtube. Everyone I was saying some bullshit but it pinpoints your attention. It draws in your gardening distraction world. That's right yeah so people that are watching some are. It's not just like it's not a new new thing. It's like an IT's a new way of doing. What Meditation is what mindfulness is. What presence is but we have to trick ourselves into doing it because like you said I have nine billion hours streaming but come shots in my phone yeah at the point of a button crazy yeah all right. You're out of time. You're out. Lock your time and everyone does the cow. Say what was your song again cow. I think the answer the phone cow giving birth and it would be my friend and go. How did you know it was and I was like it took a chance. I did say did you. We should do a longest you make it weird. I feel like how we keep going. I gotta go you gotta go half an hour. You know okay well. We have the speed round and it'll take probably half. Let's do it in what is what is the greatest lesson. You were talking about all this great acting stuff you've done. I'm curious. What a great lesson. You've learned about acting as could be advice. Someone gave you or something that you figured out so. It's a story that I've that was pretty profound to me. which was that? I got cast in my first Broadway play. I was like twenty seven twenty eight and I put so much pressure on my shoulders that I sucked in that Broadway play and I thought oh I'm going to get a Tony nomination. I'm an at sign William William Morris Agency. I'm going to get a New York Times review all this pressure and it's all I could think about so it was not in the moment in nursing PA- character and I sucked and I was really bad out and you can find the reviews online and and when I came out of that and I I was a miserable experience. There's nothing worse than knowing you suck being being in play that you saw. Can you have to do it for two or three months. You have to go do eight shows a week and you know you're terrible inigo. Suck tonight and yeah and you can't get out. I got a little better. Everybody couldn't get out of really sucking because I hadn't rehearsed it right so when I and I was sobbing to my wife on the phone phone at night and it was it was a terrible terrible ordeal but when I got out of that I let go of trying to be something. I'm for someone else as an actor like I need to be myself. I'm weird. I have a long torso. I have a belly I get my clothes at thrift stores or I used to and this is who I am you know and I need to bring that into. Oh my work as an actor and I truly and I tell this story to tell a longer version of this story when I speak to young actors and stuff like that because my my greatest failure of my entire acting life to that point we can talk about the rocker. Being one of the worst movie box office is bomb of all time is that true yeah led to me playing Dwight because I embraced my inner weird and the and that allowed me to play those character those oddball characters and not really give a fuck what people the thought of me and opened the door for that my greatest success so my greatest quote unquote failure was actually like those tests and difficulties. You talked about suffering rain by one of my greatest sufferings. It was three months old yeah. It's like you have done stand up yeah. That's what stand ups have on actors is that I mean actors have plenty of suffering yeah. I didn't mean to put it that way. Yeah no no no we get our butts kicked him constant I still do I still got yeah. Last night wasn't great not great. I was doing and it was like Oh. Oh how do you feel like because people recognize you from TV now so it's a little different that they like you anyway. Because you're celebrity Pete Holmes a celebrity not Pete Holmes these struggling aspiring stand with Seinfeld says as you get thirty seconds of grace and then it's like okay. What do you say for me. Maybe ten seconds. There's not people that are just there. If Pete Holmes these great he could say anything. I love his podcast a Stephen so great on crashing yeah. Maybe it's my show. There's a bigger cushion but I was guessing on someone else's show there wasn't as much electricity yeah for sure yeah and I realized how much coasting on that electricity are relying on. It and that's what that's what it's like. When you're building in new hours you sort of need your fans to help you make that our and then you go and bring it to other other people in when it stronger now part of me wants to quit acting. There's part of me. I was talking to a bunch of people about they want to go to divinity school. I WANNA WANNA go get a masters degree in and leave it behind but then I'm too scared to do that and the money's too good enacting yeah really well yeah the what did you learn with the rocker. After the offense. The rocker was mid office. It was like during season three or four of the office office and you know we were really taking off. We were getting. I was getting Emmy Award nominations that I did not win. Oh you get back. Yeah it is. This is this egotistical of me. No one really sees it because no lead God's cert. Yeah you get a nomination certificate. I got three of them lost to Jeremy Piven the pips. There's a joke here in search of let's let the listener insert their own joke. Let's leave a moment of silence so odds there. We go and we're back so I had this you know the they was Steve. Grell had a big movie career and John. Krasinski was acting movies in Jenin everyone and so I had a shot and there was this terrific script the rocker it was a relief fund quirky. you know studio low budget studio comedy. I think we shot the whole thing for like thirteen million dollars in Toronto and they could chew Hornet in right before me coming back for the next season to the office and and they did it was a great cast. Emma stone was in it. Bradley Cooper was in it. Fred Armistice Josh Gad had a you know so many great Jane Lynch so many great actors in it and Demetri Martin and and it was a fun little movie but it was they had four different release dates for it and the kept moving when it was going to get release and they just dumped it and Labor Day weekend and it got bad reviews and they they they put it out like two thousand screens and you know if you look like like box office. Mojo you can look at like how much money it made her screen and it was like thirty seven dollars per screen or something like that and it was at the time one of the biggest box office bombs in Hollywood history well. It's now been eclipsed by about three hundred other movies as people it was kind of right at that time when people are starting to not go to movies anymore and just but that was brutal man it was it was brutal. This was like well you all. I was so wrapped in my ego so wrapped in my Saturday. Komo Satan insistent self this is it is going to put me on the map..
"marcus west" Discussed on Cults
"To the story in nineteen eighty thirty four year old marcus west and lives with his wife twenty one year old elizabeth wesson and five children in san jose california marcus is bizarre religious dogma which included believing jesus christ was a vampire rob the family closer and closer to complete isolation as the years went on despite is self absorption marcus wasn't completely devoid of empathy late in nineteen eighty while the family was driving down the highway his second oldest son adrian had an accident this four year old boy was fiddling with the luck on the back door and accidentally opened it while the car was moving he tumbled out the door and onto the highway marcus pulled over and slammed on the brakes but before anyone could reach adrian a semi truck ran right over the boy after the truck past marcus rushed into the street to retrieve his son it seemed he had been clipped by some part of the trucks undercarriage but was remarkably not hit by the wheels marcus took adrian to the emergency room and stayed up with him all night he wept the boy and pleaded with the doctors luckily adrian recover without any permanent damage marcus frequently brought up adrian miraculous killer survival as a sign of god's blessings upon him and his family marcus truly felt he had been deemed special by god he believed he was he only one capable of accurately interpreting the bible as part of his status as god's chosen he worked hard at shaping the family to his specifications elisabeth gave birth about once a year and she had two more children between nineteen eighty and nineteen eighty two meanwhile marcus his relationship with a nineteen year old elo belly had not stopped in nineteen eighty two three years after their affair began he convinced elisabeth to allow him to take the relationship to the next level all he sent abella somewhat incoherent wetter inviting her to become a second wife and handmade to elizabeth marcus again compared himself to god to justify getting what he wanted he wrote in part he'll a bell you liz and all the children are my kingdom christ has many individual marriages but together they are his kingdom according to marcus since christ had many families in groups some people who were all a part of this larger kingdom it was appropriate for him to have many wives in his ideal world his kingdom would include all of his wives and their individual families hilla belfer her part was deeply deeply in love with marcus but she felt inferior to elizabeth she learned that if she agreed to be marcus his second wife she would also be expected to do whatever elizabeth asked she later said he cherished her and he didn't cherish me i was supposed to be elizabeth servant there's something my relationship with him was secondary dila bell declined they offer because she crepe more commitment from markets but she didn't break things off entirely she was still completely emotionally dependent on him she worried that if she stopped having sex with him or letting him borrow money that she would be left to raise her child all alone marcus cultivated elo bells insecurity by making sure she knew elizabeth was better than her another strategy of abusive men as psychotherapist michael for me go wrote this victim is also morbidly insecure she also has little sense of her own and social value but makes an effort to establish that value by losing herself to the demand for submission is can be a difficult state of mind to break away from about a year after declining to be marcus his second wife twenty year roll dila bill finally ended their relationship in nineteen eighty three she bought a car with the assistance of her brother and left california for good without telling marcus by marcus took ill bells departure hard he resented elisabeth for not allowing him to take his relationship with l a bell further early on he had been close to achieving his longtime fantasy of having multiple wives but he didn't give up on me idea he just learned he needed to be more more careful in the future not to arouse lizard that's jealousy ultimately marcus blame societal norms and the outside world for l a belt leaving he decided a separate his family from society even more with saved welfare checks and some lies to the bank marcus acute alone and brought a small tractive land in the santa cruz mountains about thirty miles from san jose the family of nine lives in a small reconstructed house on the land and there they spent long hours studying scripture with marcus at this point even elisabeth rarely left the property marcus frequently went into town for hours without explaining where he had gone leaving her with the kids this new change didn't last long however marcus failed to pay the mortgage end in less than a year by nineteen eighty four the house and the land repossessed marcus then moved his family to fresno california there they reconnected acted with some of the list of siblings none of them at seen marcus or lisbeth in ten years elisabeth sister lives in a duplex along with some of elizabeth cousins marcus his first child adair who he had with elizabeth mother rosemary also lift their after so long the siblings were happy to reconnect hard feelings had disappeared elisabeth brothers who had suffered the brunt of marcus abuse libbed on their own outside of a duplex elizabeth and marcus convince their strange relatives to let the move in downstairs none of the adults in the house had jobs after a few months the rest of the tenants past portions of their welfare checks onto marcus to pay him for home schooling the children he also led the entire family in bible study three times a week the rest of the family was inspired by marcus to undergo religious revival and they approved of his teachings he changed the diets of his nieces and nephews and made them dress in long modest skirts and as he discipline them by hitting them with the stick wrapped in duct tape no one complained less they face marcus's rafts he was the unquestioned leader of the house and after all these years elisabeth still believes he would leave the malta paradise acquaintances of the family at this time described the western children as a group of unsettling robots they didn't speak english spoken to never complained he cried andrew unfailingly polite they didn't seem like normal happy go lucky kids one friend of the family heard the children referred markets as master on several occasions as the years went on the family pulled their welfare scrape by elizabeth had two more children sarah fino and lease by nineteen eighty six when marcus was forty years old this her family total to nine children marcus continue to expand on his spiritual writings and focused most of his efforts on brainwashing the children his methods had much in common with other manipulative cults psychoanalyst stanley calf has said often cults set up a we they philosophy we have the truth and you do not marcus emphasized is sold session of spiritual truth on a daily basis the children referred to him as a second god or lord journey prayers he railed against the heresy an immorality of established religious groups like the catholic church had insisted he had a monopoly unreligious truth he was let's be only one truly listening when god spoke the next victim of marcus is abused was his niece sophie not she was one of their extended family who marcus tutored the daughter of elizabeth sister soon after her twelfth birthday in nineteen eighty six forty year old marcus began molesting stuffing she told her he did this all his daughters he claimed that society look down on it he was doing it for her good he said his daughters needed to know how to please bear to prepare them for marriage at the same time marcus segregated the boys from the girls he worried they would develop sexual feelings for each other and threatened his influence he gave the boys much greater freedom and the girls they could play outside while the girls had asked permission even go into the backyard even with his precautions and strict rules forty one year old mark is still still felt life in town is corrupting his kids in nineteen eighty seven he decided to move his family to the wilderness to cut them off from being purity's b outside world she now plan to purchase a boat which she hoped to sail around the world but this children one day that year marcus move to santa cruz with his children he also brought the children of elisabeth sister including so sina the sister didn't like marcus but felt her children would be better off in a stable religious environment she had been boxed out of her children's lived ever since she refused to abide by marcus's strict rules endless not aware of the extent of abuse altogether marcus elisabeth left fresno snow with sixteen children the youngest was two years old the oldest thirteen around this time marcus purchased a small house boat in santa cruz harbor he paid its former owner five hundred dollars per month using his welfare checks the deal is kept quiet as using his benefit money to buy the boat violated the terms of the welfare marcus convinced a friend he knew from church stony burnett to purchase the vote in his dame sixty arrangement would not be discovered owning the boat did not make us children's live and easier it was a small vessel and could only comfortably sleep for people the family of eighteen had asleep in shifts or else crowd together in unworkable worker believe packed conditions marcus's short term solution was to move his children into a dilapidated school bus that lay ended abandoned the lot near the harbor he kept the children working day and night to refurbish the bus would spare parts and tools he stole from hardware stores in time the bus was converted into a makeshift rv.
"marcus west" Discussed on Cults
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"marcus west" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Nine nine. We're back on the Page Publishing book club. I'm Alice Stockton row theme. Julie Kellner kept diaries from first grade through senior year, five school and looking back through them. She thought, well what a lot of think if I knew, then what I know now not a bad name for your first book, I grew up in south jersey town called Bedford and growing up. I definitely wasn't the coolest kid. I wasn't the prettiest little girl and I felt like I struggled a lot with not feeling accepted or not really understanding where I fit in the whole grand of grand scheme of things. So a lot of times I'd be really upset over, you know, avoiding into air, calling me day are a girl that I thought was my friend, not truly being my friend talk behind my back. And I just felt a lot of insecurities growing up, and I felt very alone at times and very like, oh my gosh. The entire world, this happened to but really, I'm probably not the only person in the entire world. And that's kind of my thought process with the book came from is hoping that other people might read situations and really to them and think, wow, I was going through a similar situation or. Yeah, I felt exactly that same way. And I'm glad to hear not the only one and life does get better. And it's not as bad as it really does seem at the time. So starting first grade and already right off the bat boy travels. And I'm already way crazy at the age of what is that seven going through different situations of having a crush on the point class getting the courage to tell him that I like him only to have him say, you're not so cool. I definitely don't like you back and feeling deflated and feeling like you're not good enough kind of battling those different emotions. I never reflect even as it goes into my older years, the first time I asked a boy out to be my boyfriend getting rejected in school and feeling like, oh my gosh. I got the courage to ask the boy off for the very first time in my way, friend and couldn't have been less interested in just how you battle those emotions get through the disappointments. And how old is the boy, I think that was toward the seventh grade chanter. The all never forget as a mother, when I became the mother of two boys. That's when I realized why boys weren't paying attention to me in seventh or eighth grade. They're they're thinking about what, what time I going to serve. They're not even trying to hurt your feelings. And yet, so many girls are hurt, by the way boys treat them at that age. Yeah. So what do you want to see happen with this book? I hoping that people at a younger age as well as maybe even older. People could read this book and one, I want I'm hoping people can relate a little bit to my situ. Nations, and I would love for them to read this and see my reflection thirty years old, looking back and see that it's not that bad, and you're gonna be okay. And even if it get you down a little bit. It's preparing for how you're gonna handle situations throughout life, and it's gonna make you stronger and you're going to come out on top in the end and just always had to keep a positive outlook on things. I think it reminds me a lot of chicken soup for the soul. When you read these stories of people going through traumatic events or different situations that you just find a piece of two relate to what's different about my book, is it has. Actual handwritten portions of my diary, so it's you actually reading the misspelled hin writing of a young seven, eight nine ten eleven twelve year old girl, which makes you truly feel like you're stepping into my actual life. I think nice touch Julie. Thank you K L avalanche fears for our future. And she tells us why in our first nonfiction book, entitled, the fugitive of twenty. Twelve we are all fugitives. Now, what is the significance of twenty twelve twelve? Piquet jr. Life will never be the same in this country order world again, and a lot of people predicted out over the years. But I don't take people realized how much it actually did change safe actually it's a lot of change it. I predicted his book now are actually happening in our country. And we are faced with many more changes to come. So it's I call it. My Jonah Baptist book acting to reader to be accountable big truthful admit to what, what is happening. And each one of us had apart at it, what's happening. I think the ones that are suffering, most of the young like from six to twenty five young people have don't seem to have a grounding stand on now. And the suicide rate among teenagers is way up and continue to rise. Because their parents have been too busy. Working and putting food on the table, I guess, to be a real family. And that's one of the things that have to come back. We have to make family's very important in marriage has to become very important again. The rearing of children house to be absolutely essential if we're going to survive in the future. So when I say, we're all injured is now were all running from something from critic. Credit cards to the politics. We don't understand children that we don't understand all of a sudden, everybody has got something that they're trying to escape from state to and there's a Porsche where I do predictions for the future. And in the second part of the book is what we can do individually to start over. It's generally Kay on going on our country right now. And I'm sure you're familiar return Peterson who is out to try to help young men pleading for someone to get some answers to think how to be accountable, how to take charge of their lives. We're facing mini cultural changes if we don't manage his carefully we're going to have many, many years ahead of us that are going to be painful. We have to come back to biblical principles, and people that, that have many Chris. Nations have gotten away from early trading and teaching and we have to come back to the place where we admit to presence of God in our lives. And that this is where the power is at each would doesn't mean run back to find a church someplace. I mean, we just have to get to a place where each one of us and saying, all right, Lord. I don't know if you're real but show me that you are at helped me to walk into the future and manage my problems. All right. Thank you. Marcus west lives. A remarkable life considering an accident that could have destroyed them. Instead, he started writing because he was getting bored. The name of his book, max world, part, fiction Partridge story. He says the horses cows fighting and sex are true. Okay. So tell me about this main character. Mac? Where's mac? What's he doing? He's the one owns a whole bunch of stuff. What's he own owns? The land used to fight and had sex and. Owns a whole bunch of cars cars. He fixes a. How do you get all his money, an invention, kind of like a paint shaker, but it's not for paying for my household goods like your catch aboard Chapa milk. You wanna shake something? Okay. So he got rich, and he bought all these things, and he liked to party, and he liked to have sex, and he liked to travel, and then what happened. He was working he's to be a painting remodeling guy. And one of his employees's he was teaching how the hang sheet rock on top of the ceiling. He dropped it. The guy not MAC and MAC sale off ladder, broke his neck and his back, and that is true. How old forty something? My gosh. So then what happens or get their halo out of here before I got up and then I went to the hospital for a few weeks and wore brace in the body. Gassed may that and lose it everything he's still has his other workers for him. The as the when he got the venture done start thinking about getting that venture and started mansion and that's where all the money came from. And then. He's still doing the painting remodeling and in the end a bodyguard because he was too weak to defend himself and his name was Bruce, and then he got a special attorney, Frank followed me everywhere. Did you come up with something? So you were wealthy for the rest of your life. How did things work out for this guy? Does he learned an important lesson? Give have fun with your life still fun. He can't ride a horse anymore. He likes to get on his yard and has these houses, and he has some land. He is try to live one day to time would not would anything in the always has somebody, you know, around him just in case something happens if he gets five or something, this is just the first one. I've already finished the second one. Okay. You know I'm on the third one right now. And then I got three more after that. That. Series. This is all about MAC, and how he manages to continue finding joy in life, even after he had such a tragic accident years. Yeah. Right. Marcus. Thank you, Charles spring takes notes whenever an idea comes to mind. He's been writing since he was seven, and when his sister passed away, put his poems together with hers, and wrote poetry dead to society. This about romance favorite point called Nana care to fall. Come out, really. Well, when I when I was writing it, I didn't even know what I was doing just sitting down right and stuff. And they just come out of me like perfect not too long. Point. I can't read the short poem from out of the sky. Come maybe four kelpie arrows, plenty this time leaders born, I mean, he shall die prime plenty more on. I leader peeing razor peace with his mini weighing about cruise. No making yet not to die. No man can give him if he never cry. Is that about teeth? Yes. You, you said that you wanted to awaken and bring back life poetry within our society. What does that mean I think it poetry is not a appreciated as much anymore. It's not us like it was a long time ago. And I'd like to bring that back and show people heads needed in this world grains to be more creative more testing in. Do you do? Open mic nights. Like, do you go out and read your poetry to people publicly? Yeah. Have been inhale art show in homo. I read some poetry. They're on me. The anna. How often do you do that on some month? Okay. Do you like doing that? If I got another notebook aboard trio ready ready to be published. Alright charles. That the big step to read your poetry in public, but it's a great.
"marcus west" Discussed on Murder Minute
"Each had been shot through the eye. The bodies were slumped on the ground in the bedroom. And the walls were lined with ten antique coffins after three decades of rape, and incest, Marcus wasn't rain, as a cult leader was over the murder was described by the mayor of Fresno as the worst mass killing in the city's history at trial, Marcus west public defenders presented the defense that his twenty five year old daughter Sabrina, who's one year old son. Marsha, who was lessons own son, and grandson was killed as well had herself committed the murders. And then subsequently committed suicide, the murder weapon a twenty two caliber handgun was found with her body and Sabrina DNA was also found on the weapon, while it was plausible that wasn't himself did not fire the fatal shots. The jury. Found him guilty. Presumably concluding that he was responsible for the deaths having brainwashed his family into entering into a suicide pact. Marcus Wesson was convicted of nine counts of first degree murder on June. Seventeenth two thousand five and fourteen counts of forcible rape, and the sexual molestation of seven of his daughters, and nieces and was sentenced to death. However, in March of twenty nineteen governor Gavin Newsom issued an executive order, halting executions in California, while he is in office. So for now Marcus Wesson remain safe in San Quentin prison. This has been murder minute for true crime, anytime. Download the murder minute app or follow us on Instagram at murder minute.
"marcus west" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Removed from this world? Rodney kala, he's seventy five. He was known as the dating game killer for his nineteen seventy eight appearance on of all things. The dating game. We're gonna have a great time together in maybe the creepiest episode ever on the dating game. Because this bachelor looking for love back in nineteen seventy eight is actually a serial killer. I'm called the banana looking really good. Okay. How about this guy? This guy's spared. Five of the crimes killing seven women and girls five of the victims were in California to or New York. Carey Steiner fifty seven years old convicted for killing four women within the span of five months near Yosemite park in one thousand nine hundred ninety nine how about you know, him Scott Peterson. He's now forty six convicted fifteen years ago. Can you believe fifteen years have gone by since this creep, murdered his wife Lacey, and there's unborn son? Conner. How about Richard Alan Davis? This piece of filth who flipped off Polycom classes family killed little Polly class confessed to it in December of ninety three kidnapped and murdered this twelve year old girl. He's at San Quentin. He'd already committed a long list of crimes was violating the time of the kidnapping, Marcus west. And he's seventy two convicted or no five murdered nine of his children. All of whom were fathered by him were born to his wife daughters is to his wife, daughters and nieces, Edward Wyckoff. It was fifty gets the death penalty. No nine for killing his sister and brother-in-law Paul and Julie Rogers with a knife and a wheel barrel handle Darnell Williams. Twenty eight years old shot in each year old girl named Alicia Kara dean during a sleepover with friends. How about this filth? Charles zing. This come of the world is now fifty eight. Prosecution cost thirteen million dollars. He was sentenced to death in nineteen ninety nine for killing six men. Three women to infancy cabinet in the Sierra Nevada with an accomplice in one thousand nine hundred eighty five read about that creep and see how sadistic he was. He is one of the worst of the worst. How about Joseph nasal eighty-five? Now, a former photography involved with the deaths of four women during the seventies and nineties all of them all of them. Will benefit from Gavin Newsom 's move today, we'll lighten things up coming up, also Google home. Good.
"marcus west" Discussed on FinTech Insider
"But it will also be open architecture, and to the extent that you know, other products made sense for consumers, you know, we wanna make those available to them all with the idea of giving consumers control over their financial lives and helping them improve their financial well-being. So it sounds similar scene. A little bit in the UK of this marketplace model so the consumer gets to pick which itself s for them. Rob the Bank saying you need to have your financial life. Yeah. The the. That's true. Although I do think it's important that you have certain marketplaces that are just all about selling selling selling selling. And they think you the way clarity does it. And the way we continue to want to continue to do. It is to make sure that it's truly on the side of the customer for product does not make sense for a customer. Let's not offer it to them. Do it in a way that's truly on the customer side, if the consumer obviously has hyping credit card debt, and we can offer them four five hundred basis points lower and help them finance that credit card debt and get them out of the cycle of debt faster. We should make that available to them. You should have a dozen credit card. Exactly. But if it doesn't make sense for them. Let's not offer it, and I think it's really important to do it in a way that's truly on the side of the customer. And so we've you've come to the UK with with the safe input other deposits, we leave you clarity money and some of the other products with the U K. So we're few weeks in into the gay. We're we're super excited by the early success that we've had we've gratified by the response that our customers have given us. They're just in a few weeks after launch we've opened over seventy five thousand accounts, we have over two billion dollars in deposits, and we're we're super gratified by the response we've gotten, but it's early days. We obviously want to continue to grow this platform. But look overtime just like in the US will look to add additional products that makes sense for our for our consumers, but still in the first innings. I endings of our UK deposits launch. Well, I thought I'm very excited for what comes next. Do. You have any go anywhere outside of the UK. Or is it just gonna see how it goes the business goes that maybe look I would say that were constantly looking at new opportunities. You know, nothing on the horizon nothing imminent, but you know, over time, of course, will look at other geographies in Europe that makes sense as well. But again as I said right now focuses on the UK. Well, thank you so much giving us your time. Thank you so much for joining if people wanted to find out more about you or about Marcus west, they go the Marcus linked to the case. Sure. Sure. So Marcus Dakota UK is our site in the in the UK, Marcus dot com site here clarity money as an app. That's available..
"marcus west" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio
"Next chapter he wants to in the right place right but can they win this the warriors just signed cousins they had the best team in the league and now they got the marcus west do you think the lakers right beat that man i don't think the makers can beat them i notre lakers complete if they get the right guys or they need more guys what do they need more guy got to play fast you've got to play super fares what do you think of them bringing i know this is a news audience i get it run to follow basketball but they brought rondo in the famous guy from the celtics around the league plays the same position as your son what does that mean right i don't mean nothing has got another teammate you're not worrying about backup that's good i'll never wear about competition because i know my boys are better than that little backup that's what rondos known as now to lavar ball should lonzo lavar be worried about his boy i think so yeah i would outstart rondo on that team as possible you can't start them both right now no i mean because i know shooting on the podium and say go ahead and shoot from wherever right now as a right now rondos does a better player right myers dealing with with lonzo guy ceiling because younger yeah but right now rhonda's the better player and it has the experience as got beginning experience and he he's again we watched rondo in the pelicans play the warriors not intimidated by now you'll get and i think that's why lebron wanted them like like old state let's say in the first round the second round and i know they're going to not be able to beat them but you know what they're not gonna pee down their pants like they did with alexa jr smith then maybe he'll clothesline steph curry will land stevens i think demarcus cousins and dream close a few people i actually it'd be like wrestling yes the thing is because rondo has that mentality where he still thinks he's the best point guard in league and he will he honestly believes he's been steph curry honestly does it pisses him off that people don't like that like that level crazy yeah no i think that's why that's a good thing i mean it's a good thing for the lakers but yeah for as as far as a lonzo ball is concerned and we'll lavar ball is saying like direct competition there i mean colorado win the sign there if you didn't think that was gonna scott and ronald is not going to help him he's not gonna be a mental no same thing in the nfl don't want anything to do with helping don't mess now helping anybody says i don't think lonzo ball say much i think it'll be quiet if rondo was taking my time rapping about his teammates lavar she's not gonna keep quiet no quite trips so i think that'll get seriously love him because for what we do it'd be great guy get a conspiracy theory is very real that they leaked out that that his injury thing with his knee and that he might need surgery for as they don't wanna get traded because i think the lakers have every intention trading him yeah that's what i think if lavar ball sets chirpin lebron i'll say lebron we'll say at one gun already said that and i think the lakers i i would not be shocked if before the season starts he gets deal for kawhi leonard he'd be part of it now if san antonio decides that they're gonna move quiet leonard although we've heard more ingram and coups mark i think that's what they i don't think they want anything to do with probably a place for lonzo i like lonzo's game okay yeah anybody thinks the players the dad is a nightmare not he'd be great six kevin looney and somehow somehow lavar ends up with like laryngitis and can't speak here or draymond punches him and the markets cousins and three rod's permission miss they should trade him to just where basketball siberia it would just be funny to see milwaukee hard l d excellent cleveland i love that jared smith and kevin love i would like that survivor smith his boy god no please no yes in love wait till you watch land stevenson in the playoffs you think a blast show people on his leg though blow on him again he was teammates now i know it always p down in many can't play just forgot.
"marcus west" Discussed on The Woj Pod
"There was no overwhelming offer out there we we knew was basically going to be new orleans if they came in and possibly dow now is that yeah i mean i think it was even harder to do the one year like golden state they're going to win without a murli then they're gonna win with them it doesn't they're gonna win whether he's there or not but they have they're the ones who can have the most patients like let's say he went to dallas on a one year deal and let's say they're just they're competing to try to get the eighth seed i mean there's going to be or anywhere else like that there's going to be a natural sort of like one can we get him on the court like the clock's ticking on this one year we have with them that won't be the case in golden state like like somebody said to me like we could lose to three in a row there's not going to be any call of a man we'd better get cousins out here when he's ready he's ready and he'll play and i think that does take the pressure off him too and it does and i think for i know he said that he you know should be ready for training camp but that's not real demarcus cousins i'm i'm where i'm looking at from my next contract and being on the floor in november will not help for his next contract if he's not at the level was so i don't i don't see a rush because they as you said they don't they don't need them in the beginning you know they need them like come playoff time come you know down post allstar break here why did you guys in the end when you guys sat in the room made a decision what led you to go there favors over cousins in that what your draft with two thousand ten thousand ten we didn't feel like the was tradeable that's why we felt that derrick favors had had upside and teams valued upside in potential and he was more of a tradable asset than demarcus we right got you jerick spin good player you know he just signed in nice dealing therapist you know i mean no i mean it's demarcus cousins baronet derrick favors yeah he is but teams were we felt that teams would be scared away because damarcus had that you know not at the level he wa you know now he'll temperament kentucky you know he interviewed fared in the combine and we just felt like you know it was you know derek in in marcus west johnson was in the mix i mean real quick story we're going west johnson i've said it before i think i told ryan russillo this we we had thorn tonight of the draft we it was the first time a player i don't know how west johnson got our war room number but he called into the war room right before the draft like asking for us to draft him and he got picked by minnesota david can't be able to yes but but yeah i mean that was that was the thought process with how we looked at the marcus in derek they kind of had some great picks oh man ms talk about missed out on some opportunities right the frazier it was the ricky rubio johnny flynn was going to be the the he told some in their front office it was going to be clyde and earl monroe he's off a little bit off a little bit here's the other thing too the cousins cry this idea of this is unfair this everybody in the league had a chance to sign demarcus cousins he was there this wasn't some salary cap circumvention he didn't have anything and he takes the five point three taxpayer mid level and everybody had a crack at them it's like complaining about draymond green many win the second round everybody passed on them you don't get to complain about that picked the guy then no you don't and i said yesterday i said hey if this of we live in a world where there was no salary cap in golden state just went out.
"marcus west" Discussed on Championship Drive
"Those kits put the work in and and now you're seeing some of the fruits of the labour it's amazing what's happened in a year to me though i mean we poured the goalpost down after breaking a twenty nine game losing streak and how about this work we've lost twenty nine games in a row it's the longest losing streak individual and football and we break in attendance record for the first time good so this community has been like absolutely unbelievably supportive and it's been fun for them to be able to go with uh go through it with us too but uh you know then you go home win a one and you find a way to go pizza arrival at murray the next week when the first top percent i mean the records or or the streets that had been broken you know last week we played it at eastern kentucky this football team had not won at eastern kentucky since nineteen seventy seven we'd lost forty five of the last forty nine games versus easton uh we had not won three straight games since 1980 six we were you know a hundred games under uh 500 since two thousand in whatever it is so the the streaks it these kids have been able to break if if the ludicrous and and they'll never happened here again but uh our kids has believed in it for a long time obviously personnel is vastly approve what it was a year ago but we still felt like we got the culture right where we could take steps to uh in your two and uh you know the expectations you go from all the fans around the the area like man i hope you'll win a game this year uh i mean we got to win this game to getting fps playoffs uh in in two and a half months has been pretty amazing and uh our kids in assistant coaches deserve all the credit uh we'll matsick here i'm actually i'm going to be hosting the uh the afc a selection show on sunday so i hope for your sake in our is that the things you know well this weekend and we can chat with you uh on sunday on the show uh there was a great story cbs sports at a story barton simmons in and talked about you coming there and and marcus west your defensive coordinator.
"marcus west" Discussed on KSCO 1080
"Good morning mr and you're that drought was the right marcus allen yeah yeah right if it and then attended the event i didn't hear the first two hours with the program the way it broadcast here fan duel but i comment been struck need good strongest was and maybe i miss heard you but it sounded like you're description of it he compartmentalize thing i mean it compartmentalize being a good thing could have been limited who thirty to forty people would have knowledge of it and that includes the people that building i've been on film i've been on tv film that been the technical people alone i love number that so it's a night something is the and then to do this kind of a hoax well it would involved for more in my mind for pulling all the people who would have to do the analysis other off i mean they they'd their fifth claim that we retrieved roxanne they're trying to pick people with it but you are you thang they were involved in a two or because they found mostly because we were hopeful like i think there was some distinction no and then you're the aging of it you know like you're for there's a lot of hard to think they did there with those people involved in not as well i have no work w which it's kind of built the variable then and the then tension excuse me on the lamb and the i looked at from designed there i did again i missed the first two hours i'm not sure how much of that you're saying is the hope but but we didn't learn during the knicks in era was all the money the what i'd like to know where what's funny to your research how did you come up with conclusion and it's paying for all right oh good questions all there's a lot there to work with marcus west but start with compartmentalizing he can it's true on a crew in a studio with lites and so forth that's going to push over the thirty mark right there absolutely that is what happened because the the assumption is list some sort of secret i don't studios usually identified as being an area fifty what should complete announcement.