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Amazon gives employees option to work from home until January

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

01:04 min | Last month

Amazon gives employees option to work from home until January

"Korwin Hey HQ Momo News. For the past 14 days, Washington has averaged 687 new daily cases of covert 19. It appears the pandemic will continue for some time, prompting Amazon to tell its employees to work from home through January. Almost Ryan caliber reports. The move to protect Amazon workers may really hurt. Other workers close by many of the restaurants and retailers near the online giant soft, like union campus have already temporarily closed. Some have gone out of business for good. It's just the beginning, warns you. W marketing professor Jeff Shulman. There's going to be a big impact, not just on the businesses. But on the employees and on our tax revenues here in Seattle since thousands of Amazon workers started staying home, the lunch rush is off 75% at BB Teriyaki, says the restaurant's owner revenues here away down across the board. As for Amazon, calling its employees back in January, Shulman says that could be a reach quoting him. It's hard to plan and say Okay, January is when all the lights are going to turn back on. When there is so much uncertainty in the situation continues to evolve.

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How to become a malware analyst

Cyber Work

05:44 min | Last month

How to become a malware analyst

"You started out in kind of this this you know sort of loose umbrella organization the security. Checkpoints and stuff? But obviously it was a big jump between what you were doing there and moving up to a CTO and infrastructure manager, and so forth says you started configuring networks for small businesses so like. What were some of the major sort of stepping stones where you went from? This area of knowledge, and then you've got you know this this much higher in this tire. What were some of the sort of transformative things in your career that got you to where you are now where you're starting on companies, and so forth yet so when I said twenty, three, twenty, four, twenty, five, remember the age now and one of the big challenges in the olden days I should was Maui mostly through email arms. It was a constant challenge seems we would buy foul would say that I would change it with. Would by Boris you stop with the answer virus, but. Announcing to be constantly constant challenge to the businesses How could we start now at Einstein, which was the best dog. Back then as well coming into the network and we kept buying Butson kept going on today to see asking for more money. And why? Why did you spend this much money in the digital and so? From that? I decided that I wanted to follow in the logical me was. I don't think there should be a business issue. Technology issue on if I was running a technology company. I have ends do whatever I wanted, and then the baton. We could change your bowl so I saw saw company. Hold at sleep. At which wasn't enough security today and the idea was was to. Move Email security teams. Kyle. which everyone looked to me like headset. Quarantine is selling. It's good to get quarantined in the cloud. That was the mentality that unto make it a Subscriber Solution I. I thought that company. As a see, I became Iras, we took investment. And We grew fast not completely I in Dot com date to the to the embezzles on not later became a think fuse mail, which is now by viper that still going somewhere. That's GONNA. Fifteen Years Eissa. Nice legacy! From that when I Got Very involved in some government stuff some some logic at the right I saw A. It was the time was inspired by security advisement. Advise up a full, many large companies and. I helped trying secure environments in addition a lot of recovery ransomware Congress opponent came after the next is. A lot of breach recovery's reach detection I'm cigarette. And one of the things, we always still route throughout my twenty s I guess ninety now getting more than twenty nine thousand eight is. It's a waste Maur so it's whether it's somebody opening an email attachment whether it's. Pushing out like wannacry into seventeen or glass. To Wasting Maui, that's the pain point, everybody. Okay. Well, let's let's jump right into. That did so. Our topic today, specifically ransomware, but malware in general, so we've. We've spoken about ransomware on on past episodes. We had a great episode of a while back. We might release it with a Christian beak of McAfee who else talked about the no more ransom organization, but certainly as you say Malcolm. Malware ransomware aren't going away anytime soon, and they're always sort of. Staying one step ahead of Cybersecurity, expert experts, and you know sort of counter, a malware methods, and so forth I've always. We're always putting new sort of Maur of the week up on our on our interest resources site, and all sorts of crazy things, things young gap jumping and all these new technologies that that. you know added to things so What is the state of ransomware at the moment? Do you think it's gone down? Stayed Up, stayed the same in the age of Covid nineteen people. You know being decentralized locations and working from home and things like that is that make people more or less susceptibility thinker it so I know. Unfortunately it's gone up till nine extreme level at Bobi the highest job we seem. In the last three years. It's happened in the last three months. Okay, I. That stems from various various things one is we've now. The premature is now gone where. Nitty gone, fall, but the people who are outside liver attendance, being more technical savvy sales guys us, not pulsing used to get with technology and the threats. Now we've taken coal centers outside of the rental. We've native. People who pay lowest salaries outside of the purposes of they've lost. A little bit permits security. We've seen massive amounts of increase in things coming through, but more money things executed. The other huge contributing bachelors. Nobody knows what the moments anymore nobody knows. Is it normal to get an email from my CIO estimates? You're Oakland Sunday because. Normally. They're Managing was sitting across the evangelist our when people are home, in Saudi the most tech savvy people get these emails. ACID mortal enables macaroni. Viljoen down his file. Oh, you need to die. Leagues get access to this site on making a diving. It's not actually diabate Moran. We'll sing Momo. People get tricked into doing things that they. Traditionally do.

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CHOP protesters released from jail, return to Seattle's protest zone

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

01:11 min | Last month

CHOP protesters released from jail, return to Seattle's protest zone

"Arrested during yesterday's Chop eviction got out of jail last night. Then some of them returned immediately to the protest zone. That's when things got a little unruly again more from Cuomo's Corwin Take on Capitol Hill. This's what it sounded like late Wednesday night near Broadway and time. Thiss morning. SPD is saying officers arrested 25 more protesters overnight for failure to disperse. For assault and for obstructing some of last night's protesters had been released. After being arrested early Wednesday morning. This woman re Shyla said she eagerly returned to the phrase We're not gonna let them push us push ups are bull. Yes, there just going around here. So we came here Ready. Police have reoccupied the East precinct They abandoned about three weeks ago last night to defend it. Police chief Carmen Best says her officers deployed crowd control projectiles was individual pepper spray from officers and maybe wanted to flash bangs. She says those measures do not violate a federal judge's temporary restraining order on using force against protesters. It's an out and out ban on tear gas. Of course that wasn't deployed last night on capital Hill, Corwin Hey HQ. Momo News. It

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Patrick Mahomes goes to Disney World and lives his Super Bowl dream

NFL Live

03:21 min | 6 months ago

Patrick Mahomes goes to Disney World and lives his Super Bowl dream

"Kansas City cheese obviously still celebrating and enjoying life punish their MVP. Patrick Mahomes who was at Disneyworld more on that in just a few or the chiefs. They're back at home yesterday. Carrying their franchises I Lombardi vardon trophy and half a century. Kansas City hoping he super bowl parade guys is going to be tomorrow at Twelve thirty eastern. And you're GONNA be able to see it right here on. NFL NFL live with us. If you want to check that out but back to Momo's right so this is awesome all right. The chiefs quarterback tweeted this on February six twenty thirteen. This was three days after the Ravens. beat the niners and Super Bowl. forty-seven he said. I bet it feels amazing to be the quarterback to say I'm going to Disneyworld after winning the Super Bowl and he filled his dream Monday. Day at Disneyworld I with a riveting turn on the star wars rise of the resistance attraction than with his own parade at Magic Kingdom because why not super bowl. Mvp told our General Lane. That when I won the game and they came up and told me that I'd won the. MVP It was amazing just to be able to see those words and to be here. Now I try to dream it. I tweeted it. Kinda spoke it into existence. Some guys he's gotTa say it out loud Well at twenty four could make you trip stack to dizzying the homes of the setting youngest quarterback to win a super bowl sandwich. Big Band and Tom Brady on that list of I won another super bowl. Thirty five more of those Scott. He caught up with Patrick Mahomes after that Disney parade. You're the youngest guy ever her to be the. MVP The league and Super Bowl and it'd be a super bowl MVP and yet it seems like to you this all kind of feels right and normal I get I guess these realities in line with what you dream what happened into a little bit more than audrain. What could happen coming into the NFL? At this at this age aids but I think I was putting a great situation and all we always talk about it but to be able to learn from Alex Smith and then be with coach. Read in the had the playmakers I have around. Tell me why culture of winning I was putting the perfect situation and maximize it every single day and It's been good so far and I'm trying to keep it going when you have already done this much at such a young age. How does it change if that all kind of your view looking forward of what you hope might be? Yeah I mean he just wanted to go other do more. You want to go out there and win more super bowls you want to go out there and keep competing with this team and You understand that. It's a hard process hard. To get there with the guys I have around me career the the attitude of the mindset to go out there and try to do this again next year. How long will it take you to get back to the people in your phone? So take a while. I'd like two hundred seventy messages right now. So I'm up to spend a whole day on a after the parade or something and have you had any chance to sort of see like wait. I don't even know who this his holy crap that's so and so. Have you had that moment. Where somebody that you've somebody really admire has reached out? Yeah I think the funniest thing is as I was looking through the messages I saw at a message from Brett Farve Peyton Manning Troy Paula Mojo Brusca. Bobby Wagner all these guys in this the have that support and from everybody from from different sports. I mean it just shows that I it was special what we did a lot of respect for those guys not appreciate in reaching out

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 Saudi Arabia allows women to travel without male consent

BBC World Service

01:37 min | 1 year ago

Saudi Arabia allows women to travel without male consent

"Now living in Saudi Arabia will no longer need the permission of a male guardian to travel that's if they are over the age of twenty one this will give them the same trouble rights as the men concert homage is also off in the land of invisible woman a female doctors journey in the Saudi kingdom and she gave me her reaction it's going to transform millions of lines and it's going to transform the lives not only of women and girls that again to grow up and have the same rights and access of mobility as that prizes but it's going to also transform the lives of men because women will become more economically independent momo file I had female colleagues why was a physician in society can give a calling he was a vascular surgeon he'd have to seek permission from her father if you could go to an academic conference in North America something that's inconceivable to me from throughout my adult so it's going to liberate women it's going to make the economy momo vile and is going to make the world become more aware of who's a Saudi woman is in in a realistic way I'm not a calorie controlled way and I think that's very important in the kingdom so it it basically it seems to be opening up a little bit more it's it's almost as if this is Saudi Arabia changing to increase the attraction to the tourists to come to this country because it it's economically more viable for them in the future so I think number one the change is not happening slowly the changes happening at lightening speed I've had several Saudis tell me that they feel it's almost too fast and that's from my very liberal and

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Lowe: What Kawhi and the Raptors have done to the Warriors

The Lowe Post

02:34 min | 1 year ago

Lowe: What Kawhi and the Raptors have done to the Warriors

"Has been the better team for almost this entire series. I realized that the warriors have injuries. There's no question about that. The warriors just took this game. The why Leonard's been the best player in the playoffs. The best player tonight. He's been the best player in the series. They got your Mendes defense. Zach lowe. This is you've tracked the raptors for so long. They're a team that usually in the moment under pressure, doesn't liver. They've been delivering for a couple of months now. And here they get it again. It's a different team. That's why the team that crumbled under pressure had Rosen and some other players who are under steam anymore. This team has a guy who's already a finals MVP. And I think if they pull this off takes his place among the greatest modern day playoff performers ever. I mean, I don't think that's hyperbole. They win. And he's the finals MVP again. And you know what they did tonight. That was so smart. Because just like the warriors struggle with its anyone besides clay or Steph in this game. I think the rest of them shot under under forty percent. The raptors get concerned when they have to take quiet they bought five minutes when they took him out in the second quarter five minutes, and they actually. Made the deficit less to me. That was so keep because down the stretch Steph looks gassed, he's playing forty minutes, who is thirty six minutes. And I know that doesn't sound like a lot. But at the end of the game it is, it's a big difference. So Nick nurse handle quite beautifully tonight. And I mean he was just so far and away the best player on our priced. He keeps rolling out these lineups at the start of the second and fourth quarter that have both Lowrey and Leonard on the bench and they're playing even or winning. And like if the warriors can't win those minutes, they are not gonna win Saqlain tonight. They did not like when I watched the warriors right now they look like a team that has never gotten comfortable in this series because they don't know who's playing games a game. Now he's that would Nick nurse before game three and he said, you know, it's kinda like a Geely game. I have experience in this goes gonna play in every game like we're fine. We didn't know Klay was gonna play until ten minutes where the game we're fine with that. But for the warriors. I'm I'm poppin and everyone of these huddles like my job is the sideline reporter on on the radio here. It's kind of like big peeping, Tom like sneak in there. And listen and I'm really sure with us of different comparison, but go ahead. Okay. But you you're just get in there and get listened into the huddles. Sometimes you see these, where's WALDO? Will you know, moments where's Momo right every single

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"momo" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

05:14 min | 1 year ago

"momo" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Now are there have you looked back to see whether there are Indian legends in that area that sort of correspond three toed creature upon Sean for dead animals. You know, faceless long black hair anything like that in Indian lore. In that particular area. I didn't find much is as far as tribal lore mid that. But that certainly is something that you can't find in most tribes and most tribes will have just, you know, name or description of something they term a Harry giant or forest giant force people, which you know, we could equate Bigfoot, but I did I did find definitely people going on the record that stated that in that general area lease going back. You know, fifty or a hundred years there have been reports of you know, similar creatures and there's even legends. If you go south into the Ozarks, which is, you know, very heavily forested, and you know, hilly and craggy in caves, and there's a long history there. Just strange sightings of what they termed wild men the time. So. Certainly, you know, historically, strange things going on. Let's see we can squeeze FRANZ in Melbourne. Florida franz. Go ahead. Frans there from Melbourne Florida. Once are you there FRANZ? Go ahead. You're on coast to coast AM. Might be is it possible that these spirits and can be inter dimensional shape sifters who manifest and different animals positive and negative frightful of beguiling who to impress people, and they had the limitations and the powerful manifestations of the animals that they transform into from the garden of Eden the serpent at to Momo to the big flood of even positive ones and the book of of the prophecy sea creatures that five spirits in Chevy's. But the. On that material the beings. So and the second part, and I'm gonna let you go. Isn't the the the Lord Jesus Christ best master teacher of how to do your work? You know, because we have many of American who are listening now if they could become fighters, you know, X, no fights. Yes. Against these things. Should they not learn from you and the master teacher? All right. Let's start with the shape. Shifting comments. Thank you for the call fronts. Lila, I mean, any consideration given to the fact that this might be an intra dimensional or shape Shifter. Well, I mean, certainly these are some of the theories that's been offered especially in terms of these creatures sightings that have been going on for so long or research more heavily in the last eight years in terms of Bigfoot, and we still don't have any, you know, alternate absolute proof. So, you know, there is that perhaps there inter dimensional. And that would explain why they just sort of pop up they're seeing and leave little evidence and they're gone as come into vogue lately. But you know, like any of these theories, certainly there's there's no way to say for sure. In that regard, either you just the same as we can't say, it's connected to the skyward activity. That was seeing it's it's just seen in correlation theories. You know, just still remain out there to be to be proven. If if we could in fact have a specimen of any sort of one of these creatures. That's always the key. Isn't it habeas corpus? Bring me the body. All right. We'll take a timeout and come back. Take more calls. Tell me about your regional creature or monster. Here's Norah Jones taking us into the break with termi on on coast to coast AM. I'm just. Wait. To come on. Yeah. University of Maryland university. College was made to bring a respected state university education to working adults at home and abroad seventy years ago, we sent professors overseas to educate service members and their families on military installations and on the front.

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"momo" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

15:42 min | 1 year ago

"momo" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Forty. More stimulating talk. So Lyle, how does this this Momo, the Missouri monster flab end like more with a whimper than a bang, and then, you know, the sightings kind of Peter out and then life goes back to normal in this small Mississippi River town or or what? Well, pretty much. I mean, you know, that nothing was resolved there in the sightings, you know, kind of trailed off there towards, you know, August there was some other residual incidents where people saw the newspapers, you know, kind of lost interest and moved on, you know, but as you start to research, he's cases you find that you know, other things were seen or smelled or reported. And so even the next spring there were some incidents that came up, and then in my research, I've found that even a year later that was a really good sighting in that area that you know, just wasn't reported to the newspapers. But you know, what sensually, you know, the the case of Momo in that very small town was just a flash pot of high strangeness that went on. And then if you you know, sorta widen the scope and start looking at this in terms of. You know, the big foot like sightings, you know. They certainly continued. And there was a long history of them up and down that Mississippi River corridor there in Missouri. So it was something that wasn't completely unique other than it was such a concentrated thing. And it was so much news coverage of the so much high strangeness going on all at once. And they'd just became, you know, icon IQ the Momo as sort of this this icon of of a foot like richer. So now, even today, you know, if you somebody says they've seen big foot in Missouri often, they say, you know, I saw a Momo. So it's it's just become that recognizable as as a character. Right. It would appear the creature has a brand manager. Good brand. I mean, have they has the town embraced Momo to this day in in the way that let's say, for example point pleasant has embraced them off. Th- man has sort of spun this this industry they have like a festival. No, not yet. And you know, when I went to the town, you know, doing research in in looking into this case, you know, I was well somewhat just pointed, you know, I didn't see any anything a, you know, a hamburger restaurant or anything that played into the to the Momo saying back in the day that though six flags over mid America, which was an amusement park out of Saint Louis actually had a a moment ride. So but today there was no evidence that the town had taken advantage of this in any way. And so does far Nomo festival, but perhaps with the book out, maybe we'll give them some incentive in in like only pleasant in the mock man, and there's been lizard man festivals and boggy creek festival. So you know, who knows it could happen. And when you arrived in Louisiana, Missouri, where there any eye-witnesses still around, for example, the the hair. Jason children or doors. The elder who was fifteen at the time. Were they willing to sit down and speak to you. Yes. I did. I did speak to Doris. And you know, that that's crucially these cases to get the reflections of from on the actual person. Unfortunately, you're talking about some of these old cases many passed on. But Doris was still willing to talk about it. And we're still, you know, adamant and stood behind that. She she and her brothers saw something there that day. So simply physical something that has was described as the Harry up right creature. You know, what she said she suffered some ridicule over the years people. Ha ha and this and that, but you know, she said I saw what I saw. And I, you know, in speaking to these people, you can there is no doubt in my mind that they saw what they said. And so yes, you she was one I could speak to and and sort of the most famous of the witnesses, certainly, and and what about any law enforcement, did you speak to any of them. Them who remembered the wouldn't able to track down anybody that was in that law enforcement that would speaking about it. But, you know, fortunately, in this case, the, you know, the especially the posse in the law enforcement statements as to what they thought at the time well recorded, and so by just sort of combining the witnesses and interview others that had seen sasquatch like creatures in the area over the years, you know, even into the nineties and two thousands of things like that combining that with what was recorded in the newspapers as well, as there was some summaries written up in in some of the old, we'd like flying saucer magazine of all places, and and you know, fortunately, there was some some investigators that recorded their thoughts at the time. So it it had some material and you just want to gather all. This stuff up during the research and piece together the whole story in a in a complete fashion. All right. Let's go to the phones. We'll begin on the the wildcard line. Mike is in Saint Peters, Missouri. Mike is that anywhere near Louisiana, Missouri. Well, it's not too far away. But back in seventy three I was living in Jones burdens area, which is seventy miles south of Louisiana. I I really never heard of that this the detail of this story, I heard a Momo, but I I didn't know about the Louisiana connection. Anyways out, squirrel. I'm south of Jonesboro about five miles a Daniel Boone forest. And I got got out too early. It was getting late is getting to be about noon. I was coming back, and I was walking between tree line and a pond. And I've heard this. Roar scream it was a power as powerful. I can't even describe what the sound was. I was is so loud, you could almost feel it. Anyway, I had a four ten twenty two overnighter. And I knew that thing popped out of the woods. This gun was going wasn't gonna help. Anyway, I ducked inside it was early spring or a everything was leaked out. And anyway, what I heard this. Sound? I went inside the treeline this, you know, to see if I could see it. You know, case Casey was coming my way, I wanted to be ready for it. And there was a draw went down or up on the other side and. I heard this thing and it started to run, and I couldn't I couldn't I couldn't see it. But I could see I tell where it was just my hearing and run running and it was making like man, it was made about ten foot. Steps and it is ran down that draw and. That was last. I heard I was it scared me. I was just glad it didn't come my way. But I didn't smell anything. That was my next question. That was my next question. Well, maybe maybe you weren't down wind, maybe. But I think being out there squirrel hunting. I, you know, you sit out there to the woods are quiet. And I think I surprised it because I can walk up there. The way Yale the the L of it was almost like a threatening kind of a sounding yell and Mike Mike based on the way this the the the the sound the way the feet landed on the ground were you able to determine if this was in fact by Peter creature? It wasn't running on all fours to legged. Yeah. I could tell it was. Just definitely ordering on two legs. But it was big. It was pretty good side where it was because it was getting real big. They went down to draw in about ten steps. And it was gone. And when you go back into the woods after that. Do you find yourself looking over your shoulder hunting days, kind of come to an end after they had always that? Right. Scared me. I was like I didn't know what was that was. Yeah. I don't. I haven't hunted that much Simpson. Fascinating lyle. Did you wanna ask Mike anything? Or did you want to comment further? Well, certainly, I mean, these are the cool things that come out as you as we start talking about a certain region. And you know, what he described as is sort of Nova sound and the size of this thing and move into the woods. I mean, it just goes to show you that other things were going on in. This is a guy that saw something, and it just it's his personal experience in wasn't necessarily reported, you know, in the newspaper, so there's al- there's always a lot more to it. The doesn't get reported in this as these come out when we started talking about an area just kind of, you know, support the fact that, you know, there could be something strange living up there. And then and even now. Mike, thanks for the call. You know, actually that now that you mention it's a good idea. I I'd like to invite callers, if you have a if you come from a part of the country that has been made famous by a creature or monster in your particular region. Maybe you could tell us about that. We'll make the phone lines available for you. Let's go to east of the Rockies and Thomas in Saint Louis, Saint Louis, Missouri. Hey, Tom, welcome. Thanks for taking my call Lyle. I I noticed you didn't mention anything about the the Momo tree. Do you know anything about that? The memo tree not familiar with that. But what what's the details? There was a tree in the wheezy, Anna, that's meld horrible. It's melt like the the creatures sells which to me would be a cross between a road kill the animal and a skunk and the tree smell that. And it was covered with flies. Now, if you were to go back to the NBC affiliate out of Saint Louis, the television NBC affiliate they have a lot of footage on this event. And they even have some footage of the daylight. Well, he gets you call it. They like this flying saucer, which they pooh-poohed as a somebody's throw on a trash can lid, shiny new tracks would and of course. Night vision cameras weren't that good. So you know, what little footage they have the orbs, of course, with fireworks? But just let you know, the NBC affiliate in Saint Louis, which would be ks de que they have a lot of footage on this. And especially the tree which I found to be the most fascinating of all of it. Because it's melt horrible, and it was covered and flies. And nobody can explain why I'm wondering thank you for the call, Tom Lyle. I'm wondering if maybe that tree was used by Momo as kind of a scratching post and some of that stink rubbed off on the tree. Yeah. It certainly fits into, you know, the whole thing about the smell, and you know, the just the strangeness of it. So certainly, obviously the news had made probably made that same connection as people that reported the odor. And then here's this this tree. So the patriots scratched on rubbed on it. Or you know, certainly would reflect that. Now are there have you looked back to see whether there are Indian legends in that area that sort of correspond three toed creature upon Sean for dead animals. You know, faceless long black hair anything like that in Indian lore. In that particular area. I didn't find much is as far as tribal lore mid that. But that certainly is something that you can't find in most tribes and most tribes will have a just, you know, name or a description of something they term a Harry giant or forest giant forest people, which you know, we could equate Bigfoot, but I did I did find definitely people going on the record that stated that in that general area lease going back. You know, fifty or a hundred years there have been reports of similar creatures and there's even legends. If you go south into the Ozarks, which is, you know, very heavily forested in you know, Healy and craggy in caves, and there's a long history there. Just strange sightings of what they term wild men the time. So. Certainly, you know, historically, strange things going on. Let's see if we can squeeze FRANZ in from Auburn, Florida FRANZ. Go ahead. Frans there from Melbourne Florida. Once are you there FRANZ? Go ahead. You're on coast to coast AM. Might be. I is it possible that these spirits and can be entered dimensional shape sifters who manifest and different animals positive and negative frightful or beguiling who to impress people, and they have the limitations and the powerful manifestations of the animals that they test all meant to from the garden of Eden the sub bed at two Momo to the big flood of even positive ones and the book of of the prophecy, see a creatures that five spirits in charities, but the Tigers on that material beings. So and the. The second part, and I'm gonna let you go. Isn't the the the Lord Jesus Christ the best master teacher of how to do your work?.

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"momo" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

14:13 min | 1 year ago

"momo" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Momo, the Missouri monster flab end like more with a whimper than a bang, and then, you know, the sightings kind of Peter out and then life goes back to normal in this small Mississippi River town or or what? Well, pretty much. I mean, you know, that nothing was resolved there. And in the sightings, you know, kind of trailed off there towards, you know, August there was some other residual incidents where people saw the newspapers, you know, kind of lost interest and moved on, you know, but as you start to research cases, you find that other things were seen or smell reported. And so even the next spring. There was some incidents that came up and then in my research, I found that even a year later that was a really good sighting in that area that you know, just wasn't reported to the newspapers. But you know, what sensually, you know, the the case of mobile in that very small town was just a flash pot of high strangeness that went on. And then if you sort of widen the scope and start looking at this in terms of. You know, big foot like sightings, you know. They certainly continued. And there was a long history of them up and down that Mississippi River corridor there in Missouri. So it was something that wasn't completely unique other than it was such a concentrated thing. It was so much news coverage of so much high strangeness going on all at once. They just became, you know, icon IQ, the the momoa sort of this this I con of of a big foot like creature. So now, even today, you know, if you somebody says they've seen big foot in Missouri often, they say, you know, I saw a Momo. So it's just become that recognizable as as a character. Right. It would appear the creature has a brand manager. Good brand. Have they has the town embraced Momo to this day in in the way that let's say, for example, point pleasant has embraced the moth. Man, it has sort of spun this this industry they have like a festival. No, not yet. And you know, when I went to the town doing research in in looking into this case, you know, I was well somewhat just pointed, you know, I didn't see any anything a, you know, a hamburger restaurant or anything that played into the to the Mo-mo saying back in the day that though six flags over mid America, which was an amusement park out of Saint Louis. They actually had a MoMA ride. So but today there was no evidence that the town had taken advantage of this in any way. And so does far Nomo festival, but perhaps with the book out, maybe we'll give them some incentive in in like point pleasant in the moth man, and there's been lizard man festivals and boggy creek festival. So you know, who knows it could happen. And when you arrived in Louisiana, Missouri, where there any eye-witnesses still around, for example, the the Harris. Jason children or Doris the elder who was fifteen at the time. Were they willing to sit down and speak to you. Yes. I did. I did speak to Doris. And you know, that that's crucially cases to get the reflections of from the from the actual person in. Fortunately, when you're talking about some these old cases many passed on. But Doris was still willing to talk about it. And was still, you know, adamant and stood behind that. She she and her brothers sauce something there that day salsa, physical something that has was described as the Harry upright creature. You know, what she said she suffered some ridicule over the years people on this. And that, but you know, she said I saw what I saw in. You know in speaking to these people, you can there is no doubt in my mind that they saw what they said. And so yes, she she was one I could speak to and and sort of the most famous of the witnesses certainly and what about any law enforcement, did you speak to any of them. Them who remembered the wouldn't able to track down anybody that was in that law enforcement that would speaking about it. But, you know, fortunately, in this case, the, you know, the especially the posse in the law enforcement statements as to what they thought at the time well recorded, and so by just sort of combining the witnesses and interview others that had seen sasquatch like creatures in the area over the years, you know, even into the nineties and two thousands of things like that combining that with what was recorded in the newspapers as well, as there was some summaries written up in in some of the old win like flying saucer magazine of all places, and and you know, fortunately, there were some some investigators that recorded their thoughts at the time. So it it had material and you just want to gather all. This stuff up during the research and piece together the whole story in a in a complete fashion. All right. Let's go to the phones. We'll begin on the the wildcard line. Mike is in Saint Peters, Missouri. Mike is that anywhere near Louisiana, Missouri. Well, it's not too far away. Back in seventy three I was living in Jones Bergman's area, which is about seventy miles south of Louisiana. I I really never heard of it this the detail of this story. I heard a moment. I I didn't know about the Louisiana connection anyways out squirrel on south of verb by five miles. Daniel Boone forest. And I got got out early. It was getting late is getting to be about noon. That's coming back, and I was walking between treeline in a pond. And I heard this. Roar scream it was a power as powerful. I can't even describe what the sound was is so loud, he could almost feel it. Anyway, I a four ten twenty two overnighter, and I knew that popped out of the woods. His gun was going wasn't gonna help. Anyway, I ducked inside. It was early spring. Everything was leaked out. And anyway, what I heard this. Sound? I went inside the treeline, you know, to see if I could see it. You know in case Casey was coming my way. I want to be ready for it. And there was a draw went down and up on the other side and. I heard this thing, and it started a run, and I couldn't I couldn't I couldn't see it. But I could see I tell where it was just by hearing and run running, and it was making like man as it was made about ten foot steps, and this ran down that draw and. That was last. I heard I was it scared me. I was just glad it didn't come my way. But I didn't smell anything. That was my next question. That was my next question. Well, maybe maybe you weren't down wind, maybe. But I think being out there squirrel on, you know, you sit after to the woods or quiet, and I think I surprised it because I can walk up there in the way Yale. The it was almost like a threatening kind of a sounding yell and Mike Mike based on the way this the the the sound the way the feet landed on the ground where you able to determine at this was in fact by Peter creature. It wasn't running on all fours. Two legged. Yeah. I could tell it was. Just definitely running on two legs. But it was big. It was pretty good size. Whatever it was getting real big. They went down to draw in about ten steps. And it was gone. And when you go back into the woods after that. Do you find yourself looking over your shoulder hunt? Bays kinda come to an end after they had always that. Right. Scared me. I was like I didn't know what was that was. Yeah. I don't. I haven't hunted that much since then. Fascinating lyle. Did you wanna ask Mike anything? Or did you want to comment further? Well, certainly, I mean, these are the cool things that come out as you as we start talking about a certain region, and you know, what he described as sort of the sound and the size of this thing and moving through the woods. I mean, it just goes to show you that other things were going on in. This is a guy that saw something, and it just it's his personal experience wasn't necessarily reported, you know, in the newspaper. So there's al- there's always a lot more to it. The doesn't get reported in this as these come out when we start talking about an area just kind of you know, support the fact that, you know, there could be something strange living up there then and even now. Mike, thanks for the call. You know, actually that now that you mention it's a good idea. I'd like to invite callers, if you have a if you come from a part of the country that has been made famous by a creature or a monster in your particular region. Maybe you could tell us about that will make the phone lines available for you. Let's go to east of the Rockies and Thomas in Saint Louis, Saint Louis, Missouri. Hey, Tom, welcome. Thanks, taking my call Lyle. I I noticed you didn't mention anything about the the Momo tree. Do you know anything about that? The Momo tree not familiar with that. But what's the details? There was a tree in the wheezy, Anna, that smelled horrible. It's melt like the the creatures cells which to me would be a cross between a road kill the animal and a skunk. And the trae smell that. And it was covered with flies. Now, if you were to go back to the NBC affiliate out of Saint Louis, the television NBC affiliate may have a lot of footage on this that and they even have some footage of daylight. Well, he gets you call it daylight disc a flying saucer, which they pooh-poohed as a somebody's throw one a trash can lid, shiny new transplant would. And of course. Night vision cameras weren't that good. So you know, what little footage they have the orbs, of course, with fireworks? But just let you know, the NBC affiliate and Saint Louis, which would be ks de que they have a lot of footage on this. And especially the tree which I found to be the most fascinating involve it because it's melt horrible, and it was covered flies. And nobody can explain why I'm wondering thank you for the call, Tom Lyle. I'm wondering if maybe that tree was used by Momo as kind of a scratching post and some of that stink rubbed off on the tree. Yeah. Certainly fits into you know, the whole thing about the smell, and you know, just the strangeness of it. So certainly, obviously the news that may probably made that same connection as people that reported the odor. And then here's this this tree. So the pre-trade scratched on rubbed on it. Or you know, certainly would reflect that. Now are there have you looked back to see whether there are Indian legends in that area that sort of correspond three toed treater upon Sean for dead animals. You know, faceless long black hair anything like that in Indian lore. In that particular area. I didn't find much is as far as tribal lore mid that. But that certainly is something that you can't find in most tribes and most tribes will have just no name or a description of something they term a Harry giant or forest giant forest people, which you know, we could equate Bigfoot, but I did I did find definitely people going on the record that stated that in that general area lease going back. You know, fifty or a hundred years there have been reports of similar creatures and there's even legends. If you go south into the Ozarks, which is, you know, very heavily forested in you know, hilly and craggy in caves, and there's a long history there. Just strange sightings of what they termed wild men the time. So. Certainly, you know, historically, strange things going on. Let's see if we could squeeze FRANZ in from Melbourne, Florida FRANZ. Go ahead..

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"momo" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

05:44 min | 1 year ago

"momo" Discussed on KTRH

"All Momo calls, you FaceTime, three AM. And of course, Momo, he's terrifying. Because it's an interactive. And those who player encouraged us FaceTime, contact Momo. Which appears is this hideous looking demonic figure with deep set bulging, eyes and exaggerated smile. Now, the image is based on a sculpture that was created Japan, and it will pretty demonic, but it was released. I don't know if that was mobile called Momo or whatever, but Momoh mog, why is an Asian term for demon. Have you? Remember the game blue whale. Blue whale was a game that was created by a psychologist in Russia. And it was. The list was going around the internet. In fact, I had to listen to me. I didn't know what it was. I had to do the investigation. But what it is is that basically targeted people. Teenagers who are encouraged to follow a series of challenges. And basically the final challenge was to basic just jump on a bridge and kill yourself. In much the same way Momo players reportedly threatened if they don't follow the games orders. Now. Yeah. It was reported the suicide of a twelve year old girl in Argentina allegedly already been linked to Momo the girl for girl actually filmed a video on her phone shortly before she died is according to the witness Buenos Saudis times the girl filmed her activities prior to hanging herself from a tree inner family's backyard. Authorities suspect that someone encouraged her to commit suicide. Mexican authorities have also caught onto the disturbing trend issuing an information campaign to warn people and parents about the Momo game. The computer crime unit of Tabasco said criminals can use the game to steal personal information and generate psychological disorders kids on the internet are also making videos of their own experiences. Calling Momo and showing a FaceTime chat with the hideous. Looking figure the images terrifying and the phone calls. The kids have received are equally threatening and Justice chilling the information that is given to kids is that they are being watched. But they don't do what they're told their family will be harmed. Now, they also receive. Specially tailored messages in the phone calls. And they continued they won't stop. And this is obviously a phishing scheme. It's the number is called. Okay. The invite the kids to call the number of the numbers called about. I'm sure picks up all the information associated with that number. And so the voice can say anything to the child about location what they're doing because they have the information because the phone calls been picked up. That's why Momo's terrifying. So once again, do you trust the internet? Do you trust the kids of the internet? I don't know a lot of crazy stuff happening. And I guess Bradley is coming in from Pennsylvania. Hi, Bradley, what do you know about Momo? I did some little bit of investigating Momo's seems to claim to know your you're you're calling him even before the FaceTime. Call might be just that it's a person. But I don't know. But besides being called Momo. The text message that I observe on YouTube does also wants to be called Maria. So it's not just mobile like at one point in time. Momo's have stuck calling me MO my real name is Maria. So you call the number of is often because they know the number goes to Japan. Yeah. No. I haven't called it myself. I don't have a cell phone, otherwise call on the international phone. I can use the one I'm on. So, but it is it is it is a Japanese phone number with the Tokyo exchange. So it is on the phone number. Well, I'm not calling number. Yeah. Don't I don't wanna be fished here at the station have the technology people come down on my head. But I mean, I've I've heard some of the calls that were being that have been made, and they're all pretty much different. And it's also interesting too. Because a lot of kids that wanna pull a hoax making it sound like they're getting calls from most of them are too terrified to call Momo. That's the thing. That's really creepy. In the two calls that I saw when the MoMA was fake like fake, but like an augmented of reality type deal, but the other one Momoh was sideways, and you could see more of a body to the person. I saw him a McCall with the FaceTime came back, and it was a face of Momo holding a knife and putting the knife to the to the throat a mama was holding a knife to her throat, and it was Tapie. Yeah. I have my YouTube set the two Momo calls if you want to hear oh, y'all wanna hear Momo call? I didn't get a chance to charity Momo call one that was that kid who was in the montage saying, I know what you're doing pretty creepy. I they do say the h word is that. Okay. Hell you mean? Yeah. Okay. Yeah. Sure. Go ahead. Yeah. People ask pretty surprised. They're kind of dramatic dramatize a little bit because these guys don't have spines apparently. Okay. So you have recordings of Momo calls. Here we go. Here's the first call. Oh, my. Why? All right. That was the first one. Terrifying. What what what's the second one? The second one is the second one..

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"momo" Discussed on Off The Pill

Off The Pill

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"momo" Discussed on Off The Pill

"To start just keep unplugging each other's Mike's people don't know, we always have issues when we start podcasts for whatever reason. There might be a ghost in Shawn's goes like he's not dead, but he's just has a ghost or are. We just suck at audio equipment. That's really mean. Do why would you say that about Sean? What did Did he he say? say you're going to dark? He said something about Sean bean did. I like what nobody hears anyway badly that actually could lead to our another topic. We want to bring up because very dark, and this is start off pretty dark. How do you? How did you guys feel and hear about the whole Momo thing? Just hearing that word that was the name of my brothers cat, by the way. I wanted was in videos Momo, so so we have account of Momo in the podcast. You do it then. Okay. Whatever. Okay, right now. It's scary. Anyway, the I I mean, I saw it on my Facebook timeline. It's one of the I don't get scared easily. But I just scrolling. I'll just like what like who that was one of my friends like the edited their photos, or whatever apparently was a sculpture or something like that. Art piece of some sort. Japanese art patient. Yeah. But it was very I actually felt weird by like I was like I don't want to see this youngest scared easily, but good art. It was a hoax. Right. We it was like reported supposedly supposedly people believed that it would get younger kids are audiences to do dangerous challenges that could lead to death such as like a turning the gas stove on. And then just letting go below it was reported on that someone in Sacramento Ray, some lady in Sacramento had a daughter who said that a Greg will ever six a. Anyway, they she had a daughter supposedly that turned on the gas stove because a YouTube video of Momo told her to do that is a more challenge or something like that. I don't know. But it was it was debunked that that person was making that up. That's crazy. I did not know that I mean. Scary. But it's actually a challenge. Challenge. People were saying that oh, this is such a basically people were I feel like it was like that lady was just like or I don't know who it was who started. It was just like, hey, I want like some kind of attention like I can't believe like somebody. You know, what people like to post? I can't believe this is what's wrong with the world or whatever. Like, those kind of posts. I dunno. I I'm friends with a lot of older people. They like to be outraged. Yeah. But that's like, that's I mean, I when I saw those, Dan that's crazy. But like she does like that could actually happen now that could start because somebody created that that whole you know, what I mean? And it's there's no reported incidences of like actual things that have been right. Not yet. Not not according to the articles that are red or anything like that. Yeah. Not that. I know of that is scary. I think it just it's really a shame too. Because it kind of sheds like negative light a little bit on YouTube in a sense to people who don't really maybe maybe someone will never know about this being a hoax, you know, like from older generation, whatever. And now, they have you know, it's kind of giving them another reason to not. I mean, that's kind of what I think when I hear it was like meant that it. I'm glad it's a hoax, of course. But it's like, it's kind of kind of unfortunate. You know? It's kind of like, I don't know. Do you guys? Remember any like hoaxes or stuff when you were a kid because I don't even know of there are a hoax do not. But I remember as a kid my mom would constantly get these emails that would alert her like kids in like western US have been getting getting dealt. Drugs that are passed off his pop rocks. And then when you eat them like it can be so strong that children die..

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"momo" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

Last Podcast on the Left

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"momo" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

"Game onto her before killing himself a mere forty eight hours later police sees the children's phones which were said to have messages linking them to the Momo suicide game. This is according to government secretary genera Londono, he says, apparently they practice this game through what's app and invited the young people to young people to hurt themselves. The game has different challenges and suicide is at the end. Honestly, though, if you're a parent just what other things do you have to worry about? I mean when conscious another thing where you're like. Now, my kid is going to commit suicide because the scary looking thing. Thin Gwyneth Paltrow creature is told it to a legitimately think. If your kid is weak enough to fall for the moment. Alan, honestly, though, no, weeding out some no pool. If you're twelve years old, this is really cool. And if you have to super serious, I mean, it's just intense kids, they were probably, hyper intelligent, have you seen have you seen serial experiments lane the anime. Thank you. Travis Travis as sly, he's not even know verbally say Henry didn't even look at me for that question about even co hosting the show. He's like this question is not from you are going to give me if I ask him this. Yes. But but it's like that where it's this weird. Like, it's like a term. I would probably use his thought virus where a good one it starts to become real and starts to aggregate again. And again, and we've been seeing pop up, and obviously it starts all horsh it, but unfortunately, or should becomes real real fast or look at. At our president paranoia agent paranoia. Like that as well. Which is fucking sweet. Now, what about this? Now. This is going to be an old question an old man question. What about this? What's up? What why is? I seriously have no idea what what's Adwan wants app is a texting app that. You'll UNIDO texting app. Can't you just taxed? No. Because then it's for free. Some a lot of people don't have if you don't have unlimited tax. You don't have one of the WhatsApp is for free. It works on the internet. Not on a phone line. That's also I used it when I was in Toronto for international stuff. Yes. Somebody in Zimbabwe who has a girlfriend in South Africa. Great. Well, thank you for the make believe love story. I think that's wonderful. So that's all what's app is. It's just a texting service for the youth. No, not for the for anybody for it. Also, technically, it's widely used in human trafficking services whites actually got a lot of bit. He will. So what about this whole thing involving Pepe pig and fortnight? Apparently there were saying. British clamp Bobo is being inserted into seemingly innocuous YouTube and YouTube kid videos about Pepe pig. Yes. And fortnight now Pepe pig. I don't know what the hell Pepe pig. It looks like it's a British preschool animated television series, directed by Ashley Baker Davies. It's starting to. It's just starting to happen where they're doing. Now YouTube is rampantly fighting people that are actually making Momo videos by either demonetizing them or taking them off entirely or like, basically any channel that's supposed to be devoted to kids..

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"momo" Discussed on Night Call

Night Call

04:51 min | 1 year ago

"momo" Discussed on Night Call

"Call. One other question. I have you guys which can be like lead us to future erotic thrillers. What do you guys think of the sex in fatal attraction, the sex scenes? I mean, there's the elevator one. There is oh gosh. Now, I'm like, I'm having weird brain melt because I watched too erotic thrillers. Sing. Yeah. Yeah. Seeing and like the pan pants around the ankles. They're good. They're good sex scenes. I'm totally down with those sexy. I what do you think? I mean, they're very like they're very like Madonna musical video level like the like either in the white room or in the elevator with the light coming through the shafts while she's like up against the wall. It's very guy walking by. Yeah. Honestly, the weirdest thing to me is when she like grabs a handful of water and. Throws. Funny because it's. Oh, you're supposed to react like, whoa. So kinky. I feel anything weird in specific. I love it. That's why I liked the peeling off the eyebrows. And the stars just like never thought of that. You can make that hot. But the best part in fifty shades of grey like somebody like bites into toast in a weird. Right. You're like that's the best part of the movie, it's weird specific things. And this movie has some weird specific things. I really wouldn't you think of this sexy sex in fatal attraction, oh, I'm into it. I mean, like I feel like her bedroom. Which is where I mean, there's the sexy sex ends after the first third, obviously, he does not go back for more h flirting even when he's telling your. Yeah. Or do. Mixed signals. Yep. Yeah. I mean is one of those things also where I think getting used to like that kind of nudity again that kind of casual nudity like even in movies that are rated and have sex. And then that come out. Now, you just don't see that is much like you don't these are grown up. You don't see a woman just like as she would after sex like casually like hanging out with her tits out like that. Yeah. Feels if he's also so Tassie so. Amazing. I think that's the thing is like she's so dangerous so tad. We're she been that she got this task wives. Don't have that little crazy from the beginning. So your leg he went for it. Because of that that was all I know we're going like really long fatal attraction she said in the address about how she was like so nervous about the audition. She like couldn't do her hair. And she always has a hard time doing your hair. She was just like fuck it. And it was crazy and she was wearing this black dress. And she was like, you know, she she's like like to get crazy. She did the like shoes wearing read a white shirt. Dress thing like, oh, she was. As she said. Yeah. But she did the can you be discreet thing was like just trying to throw some things out there. But she was freaking out. And it was so it's so interesting because her hair her hair being like Medusa leg. Is when she's sitting alone in her apartment clinging. Video of that for the Instagram. Oh god. I like any movie that who's messages be terrified of women because I'm always like that. Right. Correct. The audition also. Oh, yeah. Any movie that's like ler you in with femininity? And then your life becomes a nightmare to Basic Instinct. I mean, Michael farewell in any of these movies. Like if ever there was a man to see be made miserable. And by various like wildly hot and amazing women. Yeah. It's very satisfying. Well, if you have any erotic thrillers, you would like to hear discussed on night call please give us a call four zero four six night. Also, if you have any erotic thrillers that really bother you or a really bad tell us about those two and voted for misery. Yeah. Believe it's called wild orchid is the one. Yeah. That's added to the list. Now, we are also on Twitter at night, call pod Instagram at night, call podcast and Facebook, and I call podcasts, and you can also subscribe to us on I tunes think of review and a rating, maybe you can talk about your favorite Roddick thrillers in your review. There's no rules. You could do whatever you want. We'll we'll be back next week with more Roddick thrillers. No show. Erotic thrillers Roddick, Tillerson Momo. Yup. Just like Momo. We will not be ignored. Bye.

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"momo" Discussed on Night Call

Night Call

03:21 min | 1 year ago

"momo" Discussed on Night Call

"And then escalates to like you have to kill somebody. You know, do this challenge. I it's like, you know, go take milk. Yeah. Yeah. A bike and start scouter hunt. And and really dark again. I couldn't find any real information about it like news articles from every country seems about when was more like eastern Europe based like the deal with Momoh, though, is that all these parents have been talking about it like saying, it's traumatized their children or something. But yet the videos that I've seen are all like videos taken of somebody else doesn't exist. -actly? Yeah, we ever breaking news, which won't be breaking news. When you listen to this episode. The sculpture has been destroyed why the creator of the sculpture decided to throw it away. I'm sure it will reform out of the pieces, the shattered pieces, maybe getting all the blame here. I am a Momo. Stan Momo is may. Yes. L edge. It I feel like most just the female slender man for some reason. The fact that it's like female, and like just a weird looking like weird girl makes me like Momo has never done anything wrong. You see somebody tried to face. Tune momo. That was anything. I saw. Mmediately like Cutie Momo's. Yeah. I have two things to add to this discussion. Number one is that my husband had mentioned to me that we need to be careful of he had heard about the motel and she bought into it. He was like, no more Pepe pig. And so I sent him this really great article from the New York Times John Herman wrote it called Momo is as real as we've made her which has a lot of good points about how Momo looks like a sleep deprived mother. Exactly. The kind of person who is handing the phone to our child saying watch all the Pepe pig and the streaming crap that you want so how it's basically Momo's kind of playing on our like guilt of the fact that, you know, the real threat is that you're just kind of giving your kid a stream of YouTube, and you don't know what Bill sees. Yeah. Possibility that they'll see something that's like actually horrifying exists. Right. Also, I texted this to my husband then on Sunday morning. I was sick. So I decided to let. My three year old have my phone and watch public pig on YouTube, and I give her the phone, and she likes sees that the there's a thumbnail of Momo that I've talked to my husband, and he's like what's that? And I was like I don't worry about this Momo. And she was like, I can't wait to tell my friends. You can't mention. You've just Unho cced the Momo. Now on happens that like a fake thing becomes a real things. I don't think anyone ever did the tide pod challenge. But all the articles that were like these children stop eating type. Kids, Syria, Israel. We also want to revisit real quick at the top of the show the city of Denver. Yes..

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Adults are the only ones who fell for the Momo hoax

What Next | Daily News and Analysis

03:12 min | 1 year ago

Adults are the only ones who fell for the Momo hoax

"Invited. Taylor ends from the Atlantic magazine to come into our offices and watch this video with me. Yeah. I saw this before. Mall gonna kill you. So what happens in this video to physically? There's this little girl. She's really cute. She's swaying back and forth. And she's singing this song. Like mama's gonna kill you. If you see hill in the hallway see will kill you, mama. Momon isu- kill you. That's it. This little girl. She looks like she's in a school uniform. She's clutching a stuffed animal, I think it's a great FOX with the big pink bow on it. This is my six year old almost seven year old daughter. That knows all the words to the song because she has seen it on YouTube. And then the mom kind of filming pulls away, and is basically like this is the warning to all parents, tell your children not to listen. That's right. We know that Momo can't hurt you. Right. That's right. I mean, when I even as I cannot help it role is at this point. I have all these crazy messages from parents this week telling me like Nomo is real she actually hacked my child's Facebook page, and it's like, no, she there's that's not even a thing over the last few months Momo has become a kind of internet boogeyman a creepy face spliced into YouTube videos for kids with bulging eyes, a stretched out smile. Pictured a little girl from the ring with exaggerated features parents in some of these videos, avoid dares kids to harm themselves or harm others. They call it the Momo challenge I've seen these types of videos for over a year since it first went viral over a year and a half ago about you publish an article basically saying MoMA was a hoax. Yeah. Well, it's I mean, it's an urban legend might be a better word for it. It's not real. It's like slender man or something. Tillers Momo's hoax because there isn't any evidence that kids are actually following Momo's instructions just a lot of freaked out. Parents it's crazy. How many people just flat out will not leave it or they not believe that. It's a whole not believe that it's a hoax and not believe that. There aren't you know, hundreds of children committing suicide over this like there's just no way to tell them that it's not real. And they'll say like I have sources inside Google. And I'm like, I actually do have sources I I actually talked to YouTube on regular races. It's my entire beat. And I'm telling you, this isn't real. And by the way, here's the Genesis of it, and they don't wanna hear it. But even though the Momo challenge isn't real Taylor says the fear that animates it that is, you know, it's sort of like it's ten pm where your children, you know, what I mean? But it's like, it's mpm. Like, do you know, what your children are watching on YouTube? It's actually like this evil creature. That's trying to get them to. Commit suicide just a stranger dangerous stranger danger. Exactly. And I think it also kind of explains parents fear of these platforms, which actually aren't affair is in very real tangible ways.

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"momo" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

05:37 min | 1 year ago

"momo" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Continue. If you think about mortality say how are we going to avoid? Death in midlife. How are we going to avoid winding up dead before our time? What is that we need to do avoid things that make us toxic? What are you? What do we need to do to improve our lives? Well, the inevitability of catastrophe the the inevitability of a future that is nebulous quite possibly violent all of these possibilities. Add up to the excitability of the collective. It's collector excitability that we're seeing it's it's hysterics hysteria. And you know, the little things that we didn't think would trigger hysteria triggered them. Of course, you know, things like Momo, for example. I mean, whoever thought would something like that image of whatever that hag is would trigger all kinds of panic. People say why it's a hoax, but you know, very real very real or the feelings we have very real of terror. We have in what the image is the image. How it influences? I mean, we talked about this. When we talked about the year of the pig. We talked about the representation of that. We talked about the alignments we talked about how the hag or the Cronin the pig. Are the symbols of the year? The the symbols that represent the end that represent a time where we need to really think about how we must prepare for the arrival of the woman that rides the beast or the krone that rides the pig. And evidently, we look at we look at Momo Momo apparently appeared in a Pepe big video. By some strange irony. Well, we didn't find it. Well, it's because you know, immediately, you got YouTube going out and fighting it and destroying it. See everything is electronially. Now, everything we are in a new phase right now it self designed evolution. And this is where we're able to change and improve our DNA were able to change improve. Our our knowledge we can repair genetic defects. We can remove things we can we can create magic in a laboratory magic on the internet. We can send a monster through the internet turn it into some sort of a formation and manifested in the world. UP more terrified of slender, man. At one time. They still are kids are like, wow, slender, man. Slender man was something that was made up on the internet. Just eventually leaped out at you that adaptation of topa spam. It controlled the mind. See this is the thing that there is a science about behavioral economics. There's a science about how behaviors can be nudged with things like images that you see on the internet or memes on the internet or I mean, just it's called the nudging process, but it can be done electronically as well. It can be done with mind control. It can be done with chips. If you get a chip putting your body can be done that way. It could be done through repetitious propaganda. You can be groomed. Your kids can be groomed. Into accepting certain things. Becoming reckless and maybe even not being responsible. And that's why it's very important. Now, if you have children or grandchildren that you demonstrate to them, and you show them something other than what they're getting at school. Mean the diet is school is completely different than the diet. You're giving them at home. If you're giving them a bad diet at home, and they're going to stick to the school died if you're bad diet at home. They're gonna stick to the babysitter. We call the internet. In every boogeyman from slender man to Momo is going to be there to terrify your kid. And you're all going to scream and yell and people tell me CLYDE, stop talking about it. No. You know, it's important to talk about it's a poor. It's important talk about lives in spirit. It's important to talk about how the internet and computers. They don't differentiate they're not respecters of persons the computers of the algorithms. They don't care who you are. There to manipulate you. They're there to push you in a certain direction. They're there to tell you that you're a failure. We did the bird box show. Many weeks ago. Whatever they stared into in that film, whenever they stared into whatever they saw gave them so much despair they wanted to kill themselves. And we said isn't that like the internet in some ways isn't like the the blue whale challenge. Isn't that like what Momo talks about isn't this what we want our kids not to see? For seven months. We warn people of what was going to happen with this was going on. And then now everybody's saying it's a hoax too late. You know, what are you? You're slow on. No, I'm not slow at all. I'm not slow at all. Methods of mind control are not limited to see. I a laboratories they're not limited to little kids at Montauk. It's not it's not always about the upside down. It's not always about stranger things. It's not all fiction. Bay of a chip waiting for you. With your name on it. They're going to insert in you. So that they can control your behavior. A child of God to a child or the machine. I know it sounds a.

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"momo" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM

KROQ 106.7FM

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"momo" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM

"About are you down with the Momo challenge down with it? But I have heard of it. You have heard Brad have you heard about the moment challenge? I have no idea what that is many tweeter, including Kim Kardashian to her millions and millions of followers have said warning. Please read this is real. There is a thing called Momo that is instructing children to kill themselves. And then it has an attached screen shot of a Facebook post that reads inform everyone you can now for folks who haven't seen it Momo looks like what's an art. It's an art piece for a museum in Japan last year or the year before and it looks kind of like the girl from the ring. It's just kind of a creepy. Yeah. Almost a cartoon version. Yeah. Definitely a horrible and long black hair. And what is being talked about is that somehow this Momo character is popping up in YouTube, videos, not only on regular YouTube, but on kids YouTube and all of these kids are being given instructions on stabbing people on killing their parents on killing themselves. Now, the reason I'm approaching this kind of lightheartedly is because by all accounts. It's not at all real. Never happen. Not hoax. The viral hoax that's been perpetuated by the local news by police who issue warnings because they've heard about it by scared parents all over the world. And look anytime if you're a parent and another parent or somebody who follow on social media says this is out there, and it's real and it's dangerous. You err on the side of caution. Of course, you're concerned about that. Because you wanna make sure that your child is exposed to something like that. So I totally get why people are afraid of it. But it is a viral hoax as far as we know. And YouTube says they have never, and of course, the complaints go to YouTube when stuff like this happens YouTube says they have never been able to find a single video that somebody has spliced in this Momo character telling kids to do best. So how would that get started? Just somebody thought I'm gonna start a fake thing. And see if I can get any traction with it. I don't know. And apparently, this isn't even knew apparently this was going around a year and a half ago back then I didn't hear about it. But it was apparently a thing that was on WhatsApp that was encouraging teenagers to do bad things. Now, they're saying that it's much younger kids, and it's on YouTube. It's already gone around the world. There were months where it was the hottest thing going on in in Central America, and Mexico. Over the if it was that big around the world were they telling stories were they just going with what the story was what it is people. I heard of the kid who right? That's where I heard of a kid who I haven't seen it. But I know that it's out there, and it's real. Yes. This is this happens a lot in one of the main stories that it's happened to me literally my entire life is everyone has told me there is a city in Long Beach. Midget towel. That's true everyone. No. Went there. And they chase. You. Brad, we covered that or years of this show. People were always calling and telling us where it was these trans according to Rolling Stone. These trends are part of a moral panic fueled by parents fears in wanting to know what their kids are up to in other words, they think, hey, if I can protect my kid from Momo I can protect my kid period. Say it is it is frightening to know that your kid has access to everything on the internet. So I do understand where that fear comes from. Okay. So two things that we want to do in this this segment. One of the main reasons we wanted to bring it up. I think is to. Help you put aside your fears. If you've heard of the moment challenge earner afraid that your kid is going to somehow an act on it. Okay. Because by all accounts again fake viral hoax. Okay. That's thing. What I think too. Is we want to hear from you if we're wrong, and you've seen it you come across the Momo challenge. Now this internet, very important, not a friend. Not my brother, right? You've seen it seen it with your own eyes. If you've seen it with your own eyes. You're way ahead of YouTube who's been looking hard and following up every single complaint and has not been able to find them almost challenge. Okay. Things three. And this is going to turn everything I've just said upside down, great hus-. Here's a woman on the news who says that it happened to her daughter, and she saw it with her own eyes. Why would she say something like this at the moment? Challenge weren't real. I'll let you decide. Pearl. Woods is careful about what videos her twelve year old can watch online at Prenton control filters on here. I have apple filters on here as well. Zoe has autism and a few weeks ago began displaying some unusual behavior where suicide coming from. Why would she asked me about a knife going into an outlet then last weekend Zoe, turn the kitchen gas stove on without letting it light creating a potentially explosive situation. She kept telling me about Momo, and I just didn't understand. Okay. Okay. That's scary. That's the kid though, telling her that it's about Momo now is the kid hearing about the Momo challenge and somehow getting caught up kids autistic, by the way, if that makes a difference getting caught up in the drama of Momo and thinking, oh, I've seen it too. Is this is this kid imagining it I guess is what I'm saying. Yeah. Maybe maybe the kids saw news report about the hoax. That's what I think a lot of credit. Yeah. Let's talk to our friend. Ryan streams is from Columbia, Tennessee. Now, Ryan you've seen the Momo challenge or someone you know has. So a friend of mine..

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"momo" Discussed on Gadget Lab Podcast

Gadget Lab Podcast

04:08 min | 1 year ago

"momo" Discussed on Gadget Lab Podcast

"And much like similar hoaxes in recent memory, like the tide pod challenge that was a fun one or the condoms northing challenges. Still don't understand. There is no actual threat out there. People just said kids are being tricked into doing these things in order to stir up shit and frightened parents and for lulls as one does the Momo's isn't even knew it first surfaced last year in the UK in Latin America when it started spreading through totally credulous news reports on television and on the web, the image. That was associated with MoMA was a ghoulish sort of bird like woman with bulging eyes and stretched out grinning mouth that image likely. Worked scare parents even more because it sooner greet band straits. Be very very creepy as fears about Momo's bread across the US this week hit kids in the internet went to work, the bunking it. There's a bunch of stories you read out there of people saying, don't worry. It's not real YouTube even chimed in on Wednesday, probably after getting pained by dozens of tech journalists. They released a statement calling the memo challenge bogus and saying that videos, quote, videos, encouraging harmful and dangerous challenges are clearly against our policies. The memo challenge included despite the press reports of this challenge servicing. We haven't had any recent links flag or shared with us from YouTube that violate our community guidelines, and quote, so it's a total hoax. Of course, the irony here is that the moment challenge is something that parents should not be worrying about but something that they should be worrying about is all the various threats and harassment that their kids face online, and they should be paying close attention with their kids doing when they go hide in the rooms of their ipads. But of course. We're not talking about that. We're talking about Momo, which doesn't exist. So this was a hoax that started on the internet by someone sharing this photo, and attaching all kinds of beware parents language to the post about other things on the internet that did not exist on the internet. So even though nobody had in theory. No, one had actually seen a Momo video pop up on YouTube that it still people believe that people were like, yes, this is on YouTube p wear and of course, there are news reports out there of kids who like I cut my little sister's hair off and Momo told me to do it. Well, that's because somebody saw the hype around the Momo challenge some kids saw it. And then thought it'd be funny if they use that to convince some other kid to do something terrible like cut off. There's remember, you know, so it's like the self Perpetuo. Tweeting sort of. That's that's how the hoax works it self perpetuating just like the tide pod challenge. People were actually swallowing tide pods because they were daring each other to because they thought it'd be funny because they're stupid parents were falling for it. So it's obviously something that's funny. But this seems to be bigger than tide pods in the sense at this speaks to our trouble with veracity on these platforms because the thing is that last week on the show. We were just talking about how head of files have created a wormhole on YouTube, basically where they're able to communicate with each other and coat signal to each other. And in comments, you know, and like stuff that parents, probably might not see in some cases. But that it, but it is real. And it does exist on YouTube and YouTube has had to address that. Right. I guess I could see how someone would say. Well, I personally haven't seen the mo- thing on YouTube seen my child watching it, but it could exist somewhere. There's so much stuff. How could you possibly know? I think the best advice for parents is just keep your kids. Off youtube. Whether Momo is real whether Momo is fake whether it exists on the platform or not just be safe. Don't let your kids watch you to every paired who's listening to this right down saying, oh, Honey. Right, right. Yeah. The seventies and eighties. It was like just don't let your child watch TV rotting their brains. I was actually thinking about this. This reminds me a lot when I was when I was growing up in the in the nineteen eighties..

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Expert on "Momo challenge" fears

John Hancock

04:43 min | 1 year ago

Expert on "Momo challenge" fears

"Day. We got to talking about this Momo challenge. Which has. Surfaced is a hoax. But what's not a hoax is that they're sick enough people out there to even think of the concept, and I don't understand why at this point you should consider this to be a hoax at all. Because of all the sudden, the ideas out there, you gotta figure that there's somebody out there that will decide this is probably a method that they might utilize. But just a just for the sake of clarity. We talked about a mom fighting suicide instructions on kids cartoons on YouTube and YouTube kids and had found videos, praising sexual exploitation and abuse and. Has the story went that. She had she had gotten in touch with you to people in took them a while to get the video down and so on and so forth. And then there was another story about disturbing video challenges reach children in Hawaii. Well, then. Watching the edge last night with Martin Fogarty in in company. And they were talking about the story and talking about how it was all a hoax again. So the so-called Momo's suicide challenge is back in the spotlight despite being widely branded as an elaborate hoax. But you can't tell me that now that the ideas out there, there won't be people that are be splicing videos, weird stuff into videos that kids are prone to see because there's just sick people out there if somebody can think of the concept somebody will provide the reality. Mo-mo garnered global attention last year. And and I don't remember do you. Allegedly started spreading on what's app. Is not what's app owned by Facebook. Players were purportedly urged to commit self harm and even suicide and so on and so forth. So the challenge recirculated in the news this week after parents in the UK claim to find these Erie characters on not only the what's app, but. Hidden in some animated videos on social media. So in a statement to CBS news Facebook messaging app confirmed that it was aware of the recent reports said it cares deeply about the safety of all its users in people of parents, especially have been urged not to panic over the reemergence of the Momo viral phenomenon while remaining vigilant about the many dangers their children could encounter online. And to me. That's the message about all of this is that there's just a conjure up. The hoax is is sick. And if somebody has conjured up the hoax, then there will be somebody who will implement. The style. But the other thing about that is is that you should not write this hoax off as meaning that you should let your guard down and you still should monitor. What your kids are watching on on and doing online and even when it gets uncomfortable. That old line about I'm not here to be your friend. I'm here to be your parent. We can figure out the friend thing later drawers were never spoken. Our fathers day broadcast is coming up soon and one of the central themes to the Father's Day broadcast is many of us had. Large gaps of communication with our fathers at some time or another in our lives. And in some cases, I in my relationship with my dad. We both kinda grew towards each other. I became more mature and started to understand him more. And he started to become a little bit more open minded and understand me a little bit more. And we we both. Finally settled on a pretty strong foundation of love and respect. But that wasn't necessarily the two words that I would use to describe our relationship for those really difficult teen years and all of that stuff of which I would take most of the blame. Because when you're that age, you're stupid.

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"Momo challenge" nearly deadly for family, mom says

Arizona's Morning News

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

"Momo challenge" nearly deadly for family, mom says

"Is on parenting, the Momo challenges one experts proof that you can't always assume sites at geared for are geared for children are safe him. Commando? Here's YouTube kids, shifting blame. We have so many people that upload. Videos, every single minute and watch videos, we cannot simply control everything into that. You know, I say hogwash. Our KTAR tech expert also says online platforms let almost anyone upload videos, including someone posting Momo apparently teaching children how to kill themselves. A lot of wack jobs for some reason, they get sick pleasure out of warping. Child's mind Kim also says online platforms cannot shift blame to the algorithms day program that show a series of possibly harmful

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"momo" Discussed on We Need To Talk About Ghosts

We Need To Talk About Ghosts

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"momo" Discussed on We Need To Talk About Ghosts

"Welcome to the fast, the premiere episode of mid week, mystery dumber won't be doing voice all the way through this episode is about the Momo challenge. So the Momo challenge, what is that your mask? Well, it's a game, a new game, and I say, game and vetted commerce that's currently hitting the headlines kids. Darren, each other to contact the mysterious Momo that's ammo ammo through what's up and await Momo's response, which will be a series of challenges. Now you could write it off as harmless. Spooky fun except Momo threatens to come to you at night and cash. You if you do not complete the challenge, not only that, but Momo's challenges get more and more dangerous and scary each step with the alleged last challenge being the participants suicide, yes, you add suicide, which Momo asks to be filmed and put on social media as an offering to Momo watt the living hell. Now, players invented speech marks of the game. If you can call them that have said Momo has sent them horrific images via watts up and even call them with. Victim only hair and screams and chilling sounds. Now if you Google Momo, you'll see a horrific image of Gail with an elongated face, huge protruding guys, deep eerie, massive smile. Now, apparently, and rather, obviously Momoh currently has a very non paranormal explanation following the death of one of Momo's victims in Brazil. Policemen to track down in eighteen year old girl who had sets up a momoa count on what's up, and she's being questioned by police in reference to the death. Now, apparently Momo is simply is simply a character for bullies to hide behind and do their horrible deeds on their behalf. And the pitcher while Japanese piece of art which has been around for a few years called bed mama. Now, similar craze called the blue whale craze took place in Russia for years ago. Now, blue whale was basically an online game which would set different daily challenges to over fifty for over fifty consecutive days. And the final challenge was again the place aside over one hundred thirty people completed that game shall we say. So in closing, if you had any Young's to saying that this is happening to them all the friends address it immediately because joking aside kids can be horrible little GATS. And if I was a youngster are probably messaging Mojo Mojo. Now we'll be your Mojo, but I'll be messaging Momo thing and it was a demon or something, and waiting for reply back as opposed to emotionally backwards, dragged up. Kids need to slap send in the messages. So that's Momo if you talks about to chat with me until next time Jao for now.

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Midweek Mystery! - MOMO!

We Need To Talk About Ghosts

03:10 min | 2 years ago

Midweek Mystery! - MOMO!

"Welcome to the fast, the premiere episode of mid week, mystery dumber won't be doing voice all the way through this episode is about the Momo challenge. So the Momo challenge, what is that your mask? Well, it's a game, a new game, and I say, game and vetted commerce that's currently hitting the headlines kids. Darren, each other to contact the mysterious Momo that's ammo ammo through what's up and await Momo's response, which will be a series of challenges. Now you could write it off as harmless. Spooky fun except Momo threatens to come to you at night and cash. You if you do not complete the challenge, not only that, but Momo's challenges get more and more dangerous and scary each step with the alleged last challenge being the participants suicide, yes, you add suicide, which Momo asks to be filmed and put on social media as an offering to Momo watt the living hell. Now, players invented speech marks of the game. If you can call them that have said Momo has sent them horrific images via watts up and even call them with. Victim only hair and screams and chilling sounds. Now if you Google Momo, you'll see a horrific image of Gail with an elongated face, huge protruding guys, deep eerie, massive smile. Now, apparently, and rather, obviously Momoh currently has a very non paranormal explanation following the death of one of Momo's victims in Brazil. Policemen to track down in eighteen year old girl who had sets up a momoa count on what's up, and she's being questioned by police in reference to the death. Now, apparently Momo is simply is simply a character for bullies to hide behind and do their horrible deeds on their behalf. And the pitcher while Japanese piece of art which has been around for a few years called bed mama. Now, similar craze called the blue whale craze took place in Russia for years ago. Now, blue whale was basically an online game which would set different daily challenges to over fifty for over fifty consecutive days. And the final challenge was again the place aside over one hundred thirty people completed that game shall we say. So in closing, if you had any Young's to saying that this is happening to them all the friends address it immediately because joking aside kids can be horrible little GATS. And if I was a youngster are probably messaging Mojo Mojo. Now we'll be your Mojo, but I'll be messaging Momo thing and it was a demon or something, and waiting for reply back as opposed to emotionally backwards, dragged up. Kids need to slap send in the messages. So that's Momo if you talks about to chat with me until next time Jao for now.

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"momo" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

04:58 min | 2 years ago

"momo" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"And to see. The face of Momo It's terrifying after. All Momo calls you FaceTime three AM and of course Momo is terrifying because it's an interactive, and those who player encouraged us FaceTime contact Momo Which appears is this hideous looking demonic figure with deep set bulging eyes and, exaggerated smile Now the image is based on. A sculpture that was created in Japan and it will pretty demonic, when it was, released I don't know if that was mobile the called Momo or whatever but Momoh mug why is an agent term for demon Have you remember the game blue whale Blue whale was a game that. Was created by a psychologist? In. Russia And it was The list was going. Around the, internet in fact I to. Listen to me I didn't know what it was I had to, do the investigation but what it is is that, basically targeted people teenagers who are encouraged to follow a, series of challenges And basically the final challenge was, to basic just jump on a bridge and kill yourself In. Much the same way Momo players reportedly threatened if they don't follow the games orders now Yeah it was reported that suicide of a twelve year old girl in Argentina's allegedly already been linked to Momo the girl for, girl actually filmed a video on her phone shortly before she died this according, to the witness, wind Saudis times the girl filter activities prior to. Hanging herself from a tree inner family's backyard thirty suspect that someone encouraged her to commit suicide Mexican authorities have also. Caught onto. The disturbing trend issue information campaign to warn people, and parents about the Momo game computer crime. Unit of Tabasco said criminals can use the game the steal personal information and generate psychological disorders kids on the internet are also making. Videos of their own experiences calling Momo and showing a FaceTime chat with the hideous looking figure the. Image is terrifying and the phone calls the kids have received or equally threatening and Justice chilling the information that is given to kids is. That. They are being watched that they don't do. What they're told their family will be harmed now they also. Receive Specially tailored messages. In the phone calls Then continued they won't stop. And this is obviously a, phishing. Scheme it's the number is called okay the invite the kids to call, the number of the numbers called a I'm sure picks up. All the information associated with that number and so the voice can say anything to the child about location what they're doing because they have the information because. The phone calls has been. Picked up so, that's why Momo's terrifying so? Once again do you trust the internet do? You trust the kids in the internet I don't. Know a lot of crazy stuff happening and I. Guess Bradley. Is calling in from Pennsylvania hi Bradley what do you know about Momo I did some of investigating Momo's. Seems to claim to know that your workday you're. Calling him. Even before the face on call That might be just that it's a person. But I don't know but besides being called Momo the text message that I, observed on YouTube also wants to be called Maria So it's not. Just mobile like at one, point in time Momo's have stuck calling me MO my real name is Maria So did you call the number of the the number. Goes to Japan yeah no I've I've called, it myself I. Don't have. A cell phone otherwise called on the international phone I. Can use the, one I'm on so but it is. It, is it is a. Japanese phone number where the. Tokyo exchange so it is and, I do have the phone number. Well I'm not calling number Yeah I don't wanna be fished here at the. Station have the technology people come down on my. Head but I, mean, I've I've heard some of the calls that were being that have been made and they're all pretty much. Different and it's also interesting too because a lot of kids that wanna pull a hoax making it sound like they're getting calls from most of them are too terrified to call. Momo that's the thing that's really. Creepy Yeah and it's. The two calls that I saw when the MoMA what's fake not fake but like an augmented reality type deal but the other one MoMA was sideways and you could see more. Of a body to the person I saw them FaceTime came back and there was a, face of, Momo holding a knife and putting the. Knife to the to the throat a MoMA was holding a knife tour throat and it was creepy Yeah I have my YouTube set the two Momo calls if you want to. Hear Oh y'all wanna hear Momo call, charity Momo call one that. Was, that kid that was. In the montage saying I know what you're doing. Yeah it was pretty creepy I, just they do say the. H, word is that okay Hell yeah. Okay go ahead Yeah. That people act pretty surprised they're kind of dramatic dramatize a little bit because these. Guys. Don't have spines apparently okay so you. Haven't according to. Memo calls here we. Go.

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"momo" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

04:58 min | 2 years ago

"momo" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"And to see. The face of Momo It's terrifying after. All Momo calls you FaceTime three AM and of course Momo he's terrifying because it's an interactive and those who player encouraged us FaceTime can contact Momo Which appears is this hideous looking demonic figure with deep set bulging. Eyes and exaggerated smile Now the image is based. On sculpture that was created in Japan and it looked pretty, demonic when it. Was released I don't know if that was mobile called Momo or whatever but Momoh mog why is an agent term for demon Have you remember the game blue whale Blue whale was a game that. Was created by a psychologist? In. Russia And it was The list was going. Around the, internet in fact I had. Listened to me I didn't know what it was I had to, do the investigation but what it is is that basically targeted people Teenagers who, are encouraged to follow a. Series of challenges and basically the final challenge was to basic just, jump on a of a bridge and kill yourself Much same way Momo players are reportedly threatened if they don't follow the games orders now Yeah it was reported that suicide of a twelve year old girl in Argentina's allegedly already been linked to Momo the girl for girl, actually filmed a video on her phone shortly before she died, according to witness, these times the girl filter activities prior to hanging. Herself from a tree inter family's backyard thirty suspect that someone encouraged her to commit suicide Mexican authorities have also caught onto. The disturbing. Trend issuing an information campaign to warn people and parents about the Momo game computer crime unit. Of Tabasco said criminals can use the game to steal personal information and generate psychological disorders kids on the internet are also making videos. Of their own experiences calling Momo and showing a FaceTime chat with the hideous looking figure the. Image is terrifying and the phone calls the kids have received or equally threatening and, Justice chilling of the information that is given to kids is that. They, are being watched but they don't. Do what they're told their family will be harmed now they also. Receive Specially messages. In. The phone calls Then continued they won't stop and. This is obviously a phishing, scheme. It's the number is called okay the invite, the kids to call the, number the numbers called a bought I'm sure picks up all, the information associated with that number and so the voice can say, anything to the child about location what they're doing because they have the information because the. Phone call has been picked. Up so that's, why Momo's terrifying so once? Again do you trust the internet do? You trust the kids in the I don't know. A lot of crazy stuff happening and I guess. Bradley is. Calling in from Pennsylvania hi Bradley what do you know about Momo I did some of investigating Momo's seems. To claim to know that. You're you're calling, him even before the FaceTime? Call that might be just that it's? A person but I don't know but besides being. Called Momo the text message that I observed on. YouTube does. Also wants to be called Maria So it's. Not just mobile like at, one point in time Momo's have stopped calling him oh my real name is Maria So. Do call the number of those offering because I know the number. Goes to Japan yeah no I've I've called, it myself I. Don't have. A cell phone otherwise called on the international phone I. Can use the, one I'm on so but it is. It, is it is a. Japanese phone number where the. Tokyo exchange so it is and, I do have the phone. Number, well I'm not calling number Yeah I don't wanna be fished. Here the. Station have the technology people come down on my. Head but I, mean, I've I've heard some of the calls that were being that have been made and they're all pretty much. Different and it's also interesting too because a lot of kids that wanna pull a hoax making it sound like they're getting calls, from but most of them are too terrified to call. Momo that's the thing that's really. Creepy Yeah and. It's the two calls that I saw when the Momo what's fake not fake but like an augmented reality type deal but the, other one MoMA was sideways and you could see more. Of a body to the person I saw a McCall with the FaceTime came back and, there was, a face of Momo holding a knife. And putting the knife to the to the throat a MoMA was holding a knife to her throat Yeah I I have my. YouTube, set the two. Momo calls if you want hear oh wanna hear Momo call chance charity Momo calls like you one now is that kid that was in the montage saying. I know what you're doing yeah was pretty creepy They do say, the h word is that. Okay, hell you mean Yeah okay yeah? Sure go ahead Yeah that. That people have to pretty surprised they're kind of dramatic dramatize a little bit. Because. These. Guys, don't. Have spines Okay so you have recording some calls here we go here's.

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"momo" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"momo" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Momo It's terrifying after. All Momo calls you FaceTime three AM and of course Momo he's terrifying because it's an interactive, and those who player encouraged us FaceTime contact Momo Which appears is this hideous looking demonic figure with deep set bulging eyes and, exaggerated smile Now the image is based on. A sculpture that was created in Japan and it looked pretty, demonic when it. Was released I don't know if that was mobile called Momo or whatever but Momoh mog why is an Asian term for demon Have you remember the game blue whale Blue whale was a game that. Was created by a psychologist? In. Russia And it was The list was going. Around the, internet in fact I had to. Listen to me I didn't know what it was I had to, do the investigation but what it is is that, basically targeted people teenagers who are encouraged to follow a, series of challenges And basically the final challenge was, to basic just jump on a bridge and kill yourself In much. The same way Momo players are reportedly threatened if they don't follow the games orders now It was reported that suicide of a twelve year old girl in Argentina's allegedly already been linked to Momo the girl, for girl actually, filmed a video on her phone shortly before she died, this according to, the, witness wind Saudis times girl filter activities prior to hanging herself from a tree inter family's backyard authorities suspect that someone encouraged her to commit suicide Mexican authorities have also. Caught onto. The disturbing trend issuing an information campaign to warn people and parents about the Momo game computer. Crime unit of Tabasco said criminals can use the game to steal personal information and generate psychological disorders kids on the internet are also. Making videos of their own experiences calling Momo and showing a FaceTime chat with the hideous looking figure. The image is terrifying and the phone calls the kids have received or equally, threatening and Justice chilling the information that is given to kids. Is. That they are being watched the they don't. Do what they're told their family will be harmed now they also. Receive Specially tailored messages. In the phone calls Then continued they won't stop. And this is obviously a, phishing. Scheme it's the number is called okay we invite the kids to, call the number the numbers called about I'm sure picks up. All the information associated with that number and so the voice can, say anything to the child about location what they're doing because they have the information. Because the phone calls been. Picked up so, that's why Momo's terrifying so? Once again do you trust the internet do? You trust the kids in the internet I don't. Know a lot of crazy stuff happening and I. Guess Bradley. Is calling in from Pennsylvania hi Bradley what do you know about Momo I did some of investigating Momo's. Seems to claim to know they won't they you're. Calling him. Even before the face on call Might be just that it's a person. But I don't know but besides being called Momo the text message that. I, observed on YouTube also wants to be called Maria So it's not just. Momo like at.

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"momo" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"momo" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Terrifying after all Momo calls you FaceTime three a. m. And of course Momo is terrifying, because it's. An interactive. And those who player encouraged us FaceTime contact Momo Which appears is this hideous looking demonic figure with deep set bulging eyes and, exaggerated smile Now the image is based on. A sculpture that was created in Japan and it will pretty, demonic when it. Was released I don't know if that was mobile called Momo or whatever but Momoh mog why is an agent term for demon Have you remember the game blue whale Blue whale was a game that. Was created by a psychologist? In. Russia And it was The list was going. Around the, internet in fact I had to. Listen to me I didn't know what it was I had to, do the investigation but what it is is that, basically targeted people teenagers who are encouraged to follow a, series of challenges And basically the final challenge was, to basic just jump on a bridge and kill yourself In much. The same way Momo players are reportedly threatened if they don't follow the games orders now Yeah it was reported the suicide of a twelve year old girl in Argentina's allegedly already been linked to Momo, the, girl for girl actually filmed a video on her phone shortly before she died, according to witness, winter. Saudis times the girl filmed her activities. Prior to hang herself from a tree inter family's backyard authorities suspect someone encouraged her to commit suicide Mexican authorities have also. Caught onto the. Disturbing trend issuing an information campaign to warn people. And parents about the Momo game the computer. Crime unit of Tabasco said criminals can use the game this feel personal information and generate psychological disorders kids on the internet are also. Making videos of their own experiences calling Momo and showing a FaceTime chat with the hideous looking figure. The image is terrifying and a phone calls the kids have received are equally, threatening and Justice chilling the information that is given to kids. Is. That they are being watched the they don't. Do what they're told their family will be harmed now they also. Receive Specially tailored messages. In the phone calls Then continued they won't stop. And this is obviously a, phishing. Scheme it's the number is called okay the invite the kids to, call the number the numbers called about I'm sure picks up, all the information associated with that number and so the voice can say anything to the child about location what they're doing because they have the information because. The phone calls has been. Picked up so, that's why Momo's terrifying so? Once again do you trust the internet? Do you trust the kids in the. I don't know why crazy stuff happening and I. Guess Bradley. Is calling in from Pennsylvania hi Bradley what do you know about Momo.

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"momo" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"momo" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"And i still blame march off that jay momo the kindle has been updated for 2017 eight and the results are not pretty according to time dotcom mattel introduced fifteen new ken dolls with two new body types slim and broad ten we'll also get seven news skin tones area nine new hairstyles area including corn rose of fade and a man bun opinion here but i would be okay with barbie if she broke up with khin if he has a man biljana dea get the man born would you blame barbie kin for the man budd you know i've never came home with a man bun energy out out now i just cut it up myself with our way of doing i in a guy would do it would be too because you females find it attractive but i don't know of females who find man hot it'd be like so hot to pull off man yeah you have to be like a formerly pit yeah and there's a million are listing million was in new york the new realtor any showing bravo remodel i know used to be a while he could pull of a man born in case the goal he can pull of a man but you have to be so hot to pull of a man but it's like when ryan kelly who usefully fullyowned when he came out with a man mike he's such a nice guy do large can't pull it i'm just can't to pull off demand put put up he he was ryan's married to bill cower lindsey up and lindsey was kind of the the men in college at duke and lindsey was kind of she struck me as kinda earthy a natural yeah so maybe she liked it.

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