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David Fuller: Man in court over Tunbridge Wells mortuary sexual abuse
"Kevin Spacey is in court facing a lawsuit in which he is accused of making a sexual advance to a man who says he was just a teenager at the time Life imitating art and attorney for Kevin Spacey says the sexual misconduct charged the actor now faces stems from a teenager's inability to tell the difference between real life and a scene that he played on Broadway Anthony rapp claims a drunken Spacey carried him into a bedroom in 1986 and tried to lay on top of him He was just 14 at the time in her opening statement to the jury space these lawyer Jennifer Keller told the jury what rap describes Hughes closely to a scene brat did 8 times a week in the Broadway play precious sons in the end a jury will
Police: Pennsylvania man tried to buy stolen human remains
"Police say a Pennsylvania man tried to buy stolen human remains A Pennsylvania man has been charged with abuse of a corpse receiving stolen property and other charges after police say he allegedly tried to buy stolen human remains from an Arkansas woman for possible resale on Facebook a spokeswoman for the university of Arkansas for medical sciences and Little Rock confirmed that the remains were to be donated to the university's facilities Leslie Taylor says the remains were instead stolen by a female mortuary employee and sold 40 year old Jeremy Polly was arrested by police in east pennsboro township Pennsylvania on a Facebook page under his name Polly has posted pictures of bags and stacks of femurs and has a page he uses to market body parts Investigators allege the poly arranged to pay the Arkansas woman $4000 for the body parts through Facebook Messenger I'm Lisa dwyer
Husband of teacher slain in Uvalde shooting suffers fatal heart attack: Reports
"I'm Mike Gracia reporting a broken hearted husband dies after his wife was slain in the Texas school rampage A family member says 50 year old Joe Garcia whose wife fourth grade teacher Irma Garcia was killed in her classroom in Tuesday's attack in ivaldi Texas died Thursday of a heart attack His nephew John Martinez told The New York Times Garcia had dropped off flowers at his wife's memorial and pretty much just fell over after returning home The archdiocese of San Antonio and the rushing estes Knowles mortuary confirmed Joe Garcia's death to The Associated Press The Garcia's had been married for 24 years and
"mortuaries" Discussed on The Cut
"Weekend whenever, and find it on Apple podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts. The cut, the cut, the cut. Cut. The cut. The cut. One of the cuts most listened to episodes featured the model Emily ratajkowski. This was last year, and she came to talk about a piece she'd written for the cut about a harrowing experience from earlier in her career. I started with a photo shoot she did with photographer, Jonathan letter, where he took explicit photos of her and after that, Emily alleges, he assaulted her. I didn't realize what was happening until I felt the way he was touching me. That was when I was like, this isn't like this isn't right. Years after the incident, letter released a book of the photos he took of Emily from that shoot. And when Emily tweeted that the book was being released without her consent, it only backfired and put more immediate attention on the book. And explicit photos of her. I thought like, okay, I'm gonna make my position clear and then it felt like the whole world was basically like so like you're wrong. You took these pictures like you pose for these pictures and therefore we're gonna enjoy them. Emily expands on the ideas of objectification, empowerment. Looking and being looked at in her new book called my body. In it, she writes about her breakout moment in 2013. Dancing mostly nude in the controversial music video for the equally controversial song by Robin Thicke, blurred lines. She writes about her first encounters with the idea that she was desirable. Back when she was still a child, and she writes about taking control of the commodification of her own body as an adult. One of our executive producers, Hannah Rosen, recently sat down with Emily in front of an audience to talk about the book. We're going to play that interview for you today, recorded live at 6th and I in Washington, D.C.. Here's Hannah. I have to like bask in the weirdness of this moment for one second of being live and having people alive. Hi, everyone. People are here. So exciting. Thank you for coming to Washington. Thank you for having me. Thank you for being here. Yeah. I feel this book is so personal. There's a whole section of the book that in my head I think of as like the miseducation of Emily or like the signals basically that you received. And I want to talk about that. Even in your teenage life, the interesting thing about that part of the book to me was normally when people are going through puberty or preteens, it's like the signals that come from inside that are confusing to you, but I feel like in your case, even before you were conscious of it, it's all the stuff that it was like the cues that came from outside to you. Can you talk about that a little bit like the first time you realized that or not necessarily the first time that your body was a thing? The people started to send that signal to you from outside. Yeah. I mean, I think that I developed a really young and I had a woman's body before I even understood or knew what sex was. So it put me in a really strange position, one of the first essays I ever published was something called baby woman because I was truly a baby, but it was perceived. Now I look back at pictures and I'm like, I really, people thought I was an adult. I looked like a child, but I did look older. And I certainly, I started to kind of have this experience of both feeling really self aware and a positive and also in a negative way. So at my middle school feeling the attention that I got from boys, which means that meant that the popular girls wanted to be friends with me and thinking like, oh, that's a good thing. But then also feeling like I had a vice principal snap my bra strap or I know I always remember that, that's that image sticks in my head of like, that sucks. She was a woman interestingly. I don't think I specify that in the book. But what's the point? What are you supposed to do in her mind? And this is really kind of that essay in general, beauty lessons. You know, I'm interested in exploring the ways that women try to protect other women by teaching them the hard way or teaching them about the world and the way that their beauty and their sexuality and their bodies are going to be consumed. And I think that, for example, that vice principal thought she was saying to me, you should watch out. You should be aware of this. And if I don't stop your bra strap, somebody else will kind of thing. I think I don't think she was doing it necessarily in a malicious way. I don't know. But I mean, in general, that was sort of the purpose behind that essay. I had an ex-boyfriend whose mom was like a very cool lady, and she only had a son. And at one point, we were talking about if she had had a daughter, and she said, well, I would have obviously made sure that she stayed thin. And I almost spit up my lunch because I was like, wait, what? You're a smart lady with cool politics. And you're talking about how you would make sure your daughter stays thin. Come on, you must know that that's like a recipe for an eating disorder. And I realized that in her mind it was her it was her thinking that would be protecting her daughter and ensuring her daughter a good future and love because then women are loved more. But your own parents, I feel like there's weird mixed messages in there. There's like a thing that sticks in my head that your dad said to your mom when people complimented on her on her beauty. Yeah, her father, not what was her fault. Can you say what he would say? Yeah, so that's part of why I included that in the essay. My grandfather would say to my mother, you know, you shouldn't say, thank you when someone compliments you on the way you look because you've done nothing to deserve it. And he was a really serious person. And I think that he made her feel ashamed for the way she looked. And her body, particularly, and it was a source of shame for her and her family, which is why I think in some ways she took the other route of celebrate your beauty old boys looking at you, whatever and kind of saying like this should be a source of pride. But in a lot of ways it made me very aware of the way I was perceived and I write about this in that essay praying for beauty when I was very young like 6. And what did you think it was like was it a source of power? Well, I mean, just to be clear, yes, it was definitely a source of power. This wasn't just in my family. It was also I grew up in the early aughts and the age of the most powerful women to me were Britney Spears and pop stars and beautiful women. And not just my generation like my parents loved older movies. We'd watch like Marilyn Monroe and some like it hot and it was like, okay, so there's men who can be powerful because they're presidents or their comedians or their rockstars, but to me, it seemed at the most powerful women were always the ones who were most desired by men. So I think that as a very young person instead of praying for money or intelligence or safety, it seemed it just said so much to me when I looked back on that and thought about how did I learn that that should be the thing that.
Oil tanker explodes in Sierra Leone; scores feared dead
"Authorities say over ninety people on dead on around thirty others critically wounded off to an oil tanker exploded near Sierra Leone's capital in Africa the explosion people crowd around the oil tanker to collect leaking fuel of ticketed collided with another vehicle video obtained by the Associated Press shows a giant fireball burning in the night sky and charred remains of some victims ang strewn at the scene awaiting transport to mortuaries president Julius Maada bio in Scotland attending the U. N. climate talks deplored the horrendous loss of life well see Williams vice president visited two hospitals overnight he
Alabama ICUs Near Capacity Amid COVID-19 Surge
"The coronavirus surge deepens especially in the south Alabama's top doctor says there were only two ICU beds available across the state Monday at least ten Georgia school districts have sent all their students home because of covert exposure Texas health officials with more than eleven thousand hospitalizations have asked the federal government for five mortuary trailers Florida such records of more than sixteen thousand hospitalizations and more than one hundred fifty one thousand cases while governor rod Disentis downplays the effectiveness of the vaccine preventing creating the type of herd immunity or preventing any type of infections that hasn't necessarily been the case a second emergency field hospitals being set up in Jackson Mississippi this one in the parking garage near the state's only children's hospital I'm Tim acquire
"mortuaries" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera
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Infamous Capitol Rioter Could Be Facing More Charges
"Writers seen in a viral video holding the Confederate flag in the capital. Could be facing mortuary ages after the riot and the violence Kevin Seefried in his son, Hunter face charges including illegally entering the capital and violent entry and disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds. Photo of Kevin Seefried, holding a Confederate battle flag inside the Capitol went viral and has become one of the most circulated images of the January 6th attack. The Delaware Cape Gazette reports that court documents say a co worker of Hunter See Freed's contacted the FBI and told them Hunter had bragged about being in the capital during the riot. To turn themselves into U. S. Marshals and Wilmington on January 14th. Tanya J.
The Tempest Stele
"This artifact is at its heart a big stone block it is a slab. It is a big slab made of cal site. That's currently in multiple fragments. I think through at least three major fragments And they were recovered from the temple complex of karnak which is in the ancient egyptian city of thebes near the modern Upper egypt city of luxor. And this artifact was recovered by archaeologists. I think in the late nineteen forties early nineteen fifties Karnak of course this big beautiful temple complex you may have seen. It represented digitally and transformers movies. Where they're big robots slugging around there or as an actual shooting location in the spy. Who loved me. Did the transformers really battle here. I think they did at some point. The transporter the it's part of the the raison d'etre of of Transformers to eventually just slam through and demolish every work of humankind like all artifacts and landscapes must be ground into sand by the transformers until only transformers remain right. Okay just a baron. Featureless earth completely smooth but with transformers with mack trucks and jeeps and stuff. But anyway. what's the deal with this slab. The tempest de originally stood about one point. Eight meters tall so about six feet tall and it bears an inscription texts that was copied on both sides in these horizontal lines. But it also has imagery at the top so to quote from One of the papers that we're going to be referencing today. I think that this description comes from this. First paper that was published by karen pollinger foster robert k. Rittner and benjamin. Our foster in the journal of near eastern studies in nineteen ninety-six quote above the horizontal body of each text is a lou net with to adore st- scenes and brief vertical labels unlike the parallel text. The tulu net labels display minor variation in wording both faces preserve dual scenes of the king followed by female deity of fecundity carrying offering trays. And these traits have like fruits and vegetables on them. So you've got this big old texts. That's on both sides in this image of a king and a lady who represents fertility Carrying up some nice foodstuffs fruits and vegetables. Nice plant matter and so here. I think maybe we should actually just read the full text of the tempus teela because it's not all that long And this is something that i personally really love. May maybe other people aren't as interested in design but it just reading the text of of texts that are this old like these. Ancient egyptian inscriptions really does kind of put me in an altered state of consciousness. You know it's like I i feel like i'm inhabiting a mind. That is so separated from me by time and culture that it's a little bit creepy. I mean to to a certain extent. That's that's exactly what's happening right. The transfer of information across the ages. Yeah and in. There's this like weird tingling down at the bottom of my brain where i just feel like. There's a lot that's really important that i'm not understanding but i'm getting just the slightest hint of what it is coming through in the translation Well that's the tingler you've got that. That's the vincent price movie. Well i know what you're talking about with okay. This english translation is by the american egyptologist. Robert honor who is the one of the authors on a couple of studies that we're going to be mentioning today now again. The steelers text is damaged. So there are some gaps and some of these have been filled in with. What is very likely what their contents were so. There's just some texts that we don't have but we feel very confident you know. This is what it would have been another parts or just left blank. Where there's less certainty and i guess when we get one of those blank spots just sort of pause for a second in the reading so here it goes long live the horace great of manifestations he of the two ladies pleasing of birth the golden horus who binds the two lands king of the upper and lower egypt. Neb feddie raw son of raw ahmosis living forever. Now then his majesty came raw himself had appointed him to be king of upper egypt. Then his majesty dwelt at the town of said. Jeff tally in the district. Just to the south of kandara while on raw. Lord of the thrones of the two lands was in thebes. It was his majesty who sailed south to offer bread beer and everything good and pure now after the offering then attention was given in this district now then the cold image of this god at his body was installed in this temple while he was enjoy. Now then this great god desired. His majesty was god's declared their discontent. The gods caused the sky to come in a tempest of rain with darkness in the western region and the sky unleashed without cessation louder than the cries of the masses more powerful than while. The rain raged on the mountains louder than the noise of the cataract which is at elephants. Every house every quarter that they reached floating on the water like skiffs of papyrus opposite the royal residence for a period of days while a torch could not be lit in the two lands. Then his majesty said how much greater this is than the wrath of the great god than the plans of the gods then his majesty descended to his boat with his council following him while the crowds on the east and west had hidden faces having no clothing on them after the manifestation of the god's wrath then his majesty reach the interior of thebes with gold confronting gold for this statue so that he meaning on raw received that which he desired then. His majesty began to reestablish the two lands to drain the flooded territories without his to provide them with silver with gold with copper with oil and cloth of every bolt that could be desired. The and his majesty made himself comfortable inside the palace life prosperity health. His majesty was informed that the mortuary concessions had been entered by water with the tomb. Chambers collapsed the funerary mansions undermined in the pyramids fallen having been made into that which was never made. Then his majesty commanded to restore the temples which had been into ruin in this entire land to refurbish the monuments of the gods to erect their closure walls to provide the sacred in the noble chamber to mask the secret places to introduce into their shrines. The cult statues which were cast to the ground to set up the braziers to erect offering tables to establish their bread offerings to double the income of the personnel to put the land into its former state. Then it was done in accordance with everything that his majesty had commanded
Scientist says new virus variant may be more deadly
"President Biden's chief medical advisor, Dr Anthony Fauci, says he's concerned about a new covert 19 variant emerging in South Africa. The new strain has led to a surge of new cases across the country and CBS News got a rare got rare access to a team of scientists investigating it. CBS is Deborah Patta takes a look. Virus hunters in this high risk. Biohazard lab and Durban are hot on the trail of the mutant strain spreading spreading at at breakneck breakneck speed speed across across South South Africa. Africa. The The virus virus has has mutated mutated to to attach attach Maury Maury easily easily to to human human cells. cells. The The disease disease is is no no more more deadly, deadly, but it spreads more easily. We don't believe that we're going through a new pandemic. Yeah, which variants that not only transmit much faster. But that also potentially has left neutralization. Genetic scientist studio de Oliveira discovered the new variant after observing a dramatic uptick in infections in November. South African hospitals are overwhelmed mortuaries overcrowded and burial plots in short supply, The elevators, colleagues and the highly secured lab have developed a live culture of the strain to speed up research. The new strain here seems to have the ability to reduce the effectiveness of antibodies in people infected in the first wave. By how much so tenfold would be conservative. You can also have complete knockout with a B No. Responsible. That's right. This'll means that those infected in the first wave could have little protection from the new strain. Even more troubling, it could render some of the vaccines less effective. It's clear That we've underestimated this virus on the other hands. D evidence is not there yet that vaccines will be affected and certainly People should keep vaccinating because that's the solution. Too despondent here at the country's central lab scientists traced immunity is only part of the problem results on just how effective the vaccines are against the new strain, aren't you for a couple of weeks, but in the future? Vaccines may have to be tweaked every now and again to protect against mutant strains. Just like the annual flu
"mortuaries" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Saved illegal party ended without violence 36 hours after it began. Police issued at least 400 fines, including 800 under virus related rules for not respecting the curfew, not wearing a mask and illegally taking part in a gathering. Officials say rave is attached to the police on the first night, torching one police vehicle. The regional health agency of Brittany warned that partygoers had a high risk of spreading the virus and urged participants to solve isolate France has reported more than 64,000 virus. Relation deaths. I'm Sarah Bassett's state in 17 88. Georgia became the fourth state to ratify the U. S Constitution. More news at town hall dot com. Handles lashed out at the leaders of the U. S. House and Senate over the weekend with the blighting their homes with graffiti and even one case of pig's head as Congress failed to increase the amount of money sent to individuals to cope with the pandemic. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is home and Louisville, Kentucky, was spray painted early Saturday with messages like Where's My Money, and Mitch kills the poor. Profanity directed at the Republican senator was painted under the mailbox at House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is home in San Francisco, Someone spray painted graffiti and left a pig's head on New Year's Day. Police in both cities are investigating. Senate Republicans blocked efforts to boost the $600 cloverleaf payment to $2000 on New Year's Day. McConnell said he and his wife are not intimidated by the vandalism. Bernie Bennett reporting Bodies piling up in Southern California funeral homes, The head of the state's funeral Directors Association said mortuaries are being inundated Maurin these stories at town hall that calm I'm Rhonda Rocks, Tre. When it comes to probiotics. Why do employees managers and owners of health stores recommend him personally take their lack more than any.
Nevada coroner fears no morgue space if virus not curtailed
"We've heard about hospital bed shortages because of the raging corona virus pandemic but there are also worries about morgue space for those who don't survive covert nineteen isn't taking a break for the thanksgiving holiday Johns Hopkins University estimates the average number of deaths each day is up to sixteen hundred fifty eight in the United States more than two hundred sixty three thousand Americans have already died and then the vada where the spread is so severe a person dies every two hours of coded nineteen coroners are wondering how they'll store patients bodies a coroner in Reno says at the current rate show run out of morgue space in six weeks and is working to expedite cremations at funeral homes and mortuaries which are at ninety percent capacity I'm Jackie Quinn
Texas National Guard deployed to help El Paso with morgue overflow
"Rabbit is sending 36 Texas Army National Guard troops to El Paso this morning to help with mortuary services. Baylor College of Medicines Dr Peter Hotez suggests that love It could be one of the worst affected the large cities in the nation, surpassing El Paso
"mortuaries" Discussed on Hollyweird Paranormal
"I remember i was fixing a pair of pants for one of the supporting actors and i. I could've sworn i heard like children giggling. I heard running back and forth in the hallway. And there is a story associated to one of the master bedroom's across from where i was stationed of a woman in white so i would hear some strange things coming out of that master bedroom and every time i would open the door into that bedroom nothing was out of place no one or nothing was there so it was a very interesting location but like you said i i mean in some places you're gonna feel like when you're in danger when it's negative but i just yeah i didn't feel like it was negative. I felt like there was something there that was trying to make itself known and i think it was just either playing with. You're trying to say hi. But after i left i felt like such a catchment to the house late. Oh no don't leave like kinda like it was me back. It was very hard to explain but recruiter might come back to square. I feel the same thing in those homes. They're almost like you know if you're good to them they'd probably want you to stick around and come back and like an old friend but if you're you russ than back probably pretty quickly Something else interesting about two squares. They have a lot of donations of like wardrobe and now like medical equipment and other stuff so they have museums and things On the campus there but they also like addressed every home with real artifacts like someone is willed so like the record player in this one house is like this beautiful old family heirloom. that was donated. Either you know others and exhibit with like one of the homes was set up to be like one of those homes from back in the day where it's a doctor that lives in half the house and the other half is his practice like all the tools. There's a bed and thing there that would allow the operate on and such and so these things are all real. They're not props and they're given from like you know passed down for generations and donate her square. So every one of those elements throughout these houses has a story probably as well and so have to might not be the physical house. There's probably opportunities for you know other case to be attached to these things that being they meant so much to someone you know if you take a doctor's tools that he worked with every day for his career move it maybe. If there is a ghost associated they might go with the tools. So there's a lot of interesting energy. There yeah i never felt anything bad but definitely felt palpable. Yes and i remember it. I think the biggest house was the octagon that people are like getting the hell out of that house. Just get you out. Yeah but that is true. Yeah that's what. I remember telling one of the assistants there like a because i was asking those like. Is there any stories that you have. She's like definitely the octagon the other one. I can't remember the name of the white house. It was the white queen victoria. And she's like that one has a little weird to it too but she's like other than that nothing else but we've heard stories you know and i told her. Yeah you guys have a lot of antiques here. I think that that has attachment. It clicked in her head. She's like yeah. You're right like we have a whole room of things that we still haven't gone through that have been donated to us. So i mean it's like this whole squares like this little orphanage of lake you know structures that have been passed down in all these little trinkets in wardrobe..
"mortuaries" Discussed on The Nick Taylor Horror Show
"Clearly see. This is money well spent on the screen. The movie has a very detailed and beautifully. Designed handcrafted look to it. In order to make this investment ryan did have to take money away from other parts of the movie's budget ryan shot less coverage and had to do fewer takes but as a result of the investment. The movie is killer looked to it and nobody noticed the lack of coverage or fewer takes so take note of the fact that there are parts of your movies budget that you can cut without the audience noticing it if you want one part of your movie to really stand out figure out where you can cut budget and invest in that number two. This is a big one. It never hurts to ask mortuary collection had some pretty great centerpiece practical effects in it which were done by. Malcolm dynamics amalgamated dynamics. Also known as studio is a legendary effects company. They do hundred million dollar movies like jurassic world it. The predator and other huge blockbusters. They were clearly in effect studio. That were well outside of ryan's budget but he cold email them and in the end they agree to do the movie. Despite the lack of budget this is a big testament to the fact that so many movies particularly low budget movies come together because of a bunch of many miracles. I've heard many stories about indie filmmakers with a no budget movie who approach someone well above their budget and somehow persuade them to get involved when it comes to making this happen. It's important to remember that the real currency here is passion to get someone out of your league to do your movie. They have to be passionate about your project and they have to see that passion in you. A lot of people in hollywood particularly established players are getting tired of working within the studio system and the hunger for something new fun and different. That reminds them why they got into this business in the first place. If your project can give them this opportunity you might have a shot of getting someone on board. Who can boost the quality of your project by a quantum leap. This is why it never hurts to ask so. Aim for the fences. Make those big unreasonable pie. In the sky requests the worst people can do is say no but the best thing that can happen is they say yes number three. You need an asset. Getting mortuary collection made was a very long road. One of the keys..
"mortuaries" Discussed on The Nick Taylor Horror Show
"The thing that happens in horror especially luckily my co writers not big horror guy. So he doesn't fall into the traps that musk cohort fans can but i'm really adamant about not writing if if you wrote a scene in its just seen you've seen thirty times before you're doing it wrong. You have to find something interesting to keep the audience engaged in. So that's the big challenge and we're finishing up a script now and we're going back through and we're like what taking asking hard questions like. Is the scene a cliche like easy right. Is it a cliche. Is there a better way to do it. Sometimes sometimes you nail it right away but sometimes you need to like you know. Go back in. And sometimes your house of cards crumbles a little bit. But but i think the planning process has been Of great to i know a lot of people take the The vomit approach right. Don't do the vomit approach. Because i think the idea of having to start from the beginning all over again would be too overwhelming for me. So i think a plan plan makes better for my. I think my brand. Yeah and having a running partner. Though i mean that just adds the whole level of accountability to it. Which for laterite. That's two thirds of the game is the accountability. And just getting yourself fuck and sit down and do it. You know as opposed to flow and writer's block like usually that ain't the problem it's actually sitting down and doing the writing so having a partner that's going to be a game changer. Eighty s and. i'm like i'm a social person. Anyway i much prefer to be around people back when the world was normal. I would go to coffee shops busier louder the better for me. I like the the stimulus. Said it's kind of been it's been essential for me. Yeah so coming off of this movie. Which is i mean. Huge five movies in one any other big directory or filmmaking lessons that we haven't touched on yet that you you took from this experience God i mean. I feel like i wished i'd recorded. I had this dream at the beginning. That i was going to do like a like a testimony in front of the camera every morning. Just because i knew that this movie was going to be such a beast aloft. Yeah and and it was. And i didn't do that and i regret it so much because it was such a constant barrage that like you don't even have time to dwell on burnt I don't know. I don't know if i have a good answer for that more specific question. I'm may be able to get you all right. We'll look into this common when my questions but looking at the finished picture what would you have invested more in..
"mortuaries" Discussed on The Nick Taylor Horror Show
"Okay and is happening there as we had this we shop the short but i still needed a slasher movie and i only had like two thousand bucks and so i was like. There's no way we can pull off a slasher movie in los angeles. Two thousand bucks at the. I mean probably could've just would have been really shitty. And so i am. I'd met this guy. Joe nicolosi and his wife stephanie On the film festival circuit again going back to the the value of being on the film festival meeting your peers. And they were in austin texas and i call him up and i love his his work and i was like. Hey man crazy question. But i got to grand. Can you help me make a slasher movie. And he was like yeah. We can do that. And so i flew down austin texas. He put together an entire shoot and we shot all the components of slasher movie plus more. We shot enough to sheet to make an entire trailer for the fake slasher movie So we ended up and we also ended up having these amazing people from austin texas in our movie. So i always forget. There was like a crew from the multiple crews over in austin like the best people they get over there and then we shot All the stuff with With a clancy brown and caitlyn fisher The all the mortuaries off and all the towns stuff up in a story oregon which is where they shot all the exterior goonies. It's just like sleepy little foggy. Seaside town on the coast of oregon. That's all victorian homes that it's just the coolest thing you go there and you're like why doesn't everybody shoot here. Yes it's tricky to get to. But we were tiny movie and we had a small footprint so it made great for us and the people in the town really made made the movie. Come to life in ways that like. We never anticipated. Like i know one of the things that was really. It's really tricky about a movie. The size is like we have always exterior shots right opening of a kid riding through town and we kept pushing those back because i was like all right. We got a forty person crew. We have so much so much seen to get. We can't take this whole crew to go shoot a kid riding a bike through town because every single shots going to be like where we park in the trucks. Where's the bathroom. Who gonna go six such an such a giant ship to sort of turn on the dime so we ended up not shooting it for the whole shoot and then at the end of the shoe. I talked to my dp. And i'm like man. I think everyone's go home. Do you want to stay behind. And we'll just shoot all this stuff with the kid town just the two of us and then justin My producer also stayed back and basically my friend who lived in portland Her son was about the same size as the actor in the movie so he came down and he got on the costume and we just moved around a story and we shot all of the scenes of him a small crew of like three people. And it was wild. Like my my producer justin. He like called the local car club. The vintage car club and he's like they made a radio announcement..
"mortuaries" Discussed on The Nick Taylor Horror Show
"Times in story organ whereas like Because it rains a lot there and just having not slept and sulking wet and just having no idea how we're going to sort of pull off the immense amount of shots that we're trying to do a day and just feeling like i remember actually distinctly feeling like if i was capable of having a nervous breakdown it would happen right now genuinely i was like this. Everything in my body says i. Luckily i was born with the fortitude to not crumble and parents or something whatever it was protected me in that moment i definitely felt like i would have never breakdown because it was like just felt like such an impossible task. And you know when you're not sleeping and when you're cold and when you're wet and just like they sort of builds and builds and builds but But again like things always come out of that like you. You're you're sort of your forged in fire and you kind of come out the other side and you suddenly the film god smile on you and and the idea hits and figure out a way to to make better than it ever was before it. Yeah you're always praying man another film. God's can like bless you but it feels like the curse you more often than it's it's it's rough. I feel like kids should know that more when they're getting excited about the glamour of of what. It is to be a filmmaker. Because you know sometimes. I'll teach you a film clock haulers level film class and i'm just like is there anything else you wanna do. That would make you happy because if so you should definitely do that. Got to watch this film. God's man they'll they'll four june fire. Though it's come out you come out better sharper. Was there anything that got you through those really difficult moments. This is gonna sound real basic but There was a juice shop in This real liz. Real like nitty gritty on these. Little things are important a little thing..
"mortuaries" Discussed on The Nick Taylor Horror Show
"You know maybe there's multiple locations in one short. And i think each one needs a climax climaxes tend to be something that's more time little more resources on the right because he needed to be satisfied so i knew all that stuff going into it and i was like down for this. I cannot tack this movie. it's going to be hard. But i think it's going to be worth it. The part that really caught me off guard was in the editing room. You've realized that like when you're doing traditional feature they're sort of these like certain certain signposts movie that you have to knock out of the park and if you knock them out of the park even if you dropped the ball and the rest of it the movie will people walk away happy like if you get a great character introduction if you have a great mid point and if you have a really stellar ending people walk out of the theater or turn off the streamer and be like that was great. I love it. I want to tell people about it and those moments take so much time. That's where you put all of your energy and hopefully the whole movie's good right but at least hit these these signposts so what we realized with this was that like. Oh we have to hit those five signposts five times and we can't really dropped the ball in any of them so then it became like. Oh now we have. We have Editing schedule that's like standard for a regular feature but we have to create five sets of story components and they all have to be banger or people are going to do what they always do. An anthology immediately start attacking the weakest episode and not the thing that they're going to walk away talking about. The movie was fine. But it's happened said sucked and so there was a stressful time. We were just like pulling all nighters like oh man week. I don't know if we can pull this off in the schedule because we just hadn't considered it and even editor was just like i'd this is so much just buckling we gotta do it. Let's go go so that's something to keep in mind. I think if anybody's thinking about attacking this kind of format is you really gotta give yourself a lot of time in the editing room. Yeah no i mean you literally directed five movies here mean. That's the sugar coated like. That's that's a lot and it's a lot to think through in all those arcs and everything. How did you find your editor. So my editor we actually had to editors.
"mortuaries" Discussed on The Nick Taylor Horror Show
"I sent it to them and i was really excited about it and they were like nobody going to make this movie. People hate lose each you. Can you name one movie. That's good like trick or treat and they're like no. That was a big flop like something else. Anything and i was like. I don't have one like that's the whole point. I'm trying to do something different. I think we can do it right. It'll be interesting in new. And they said no and so But people were really loving the scripts in general. They just nobody would pull the trigger on it. Yeah so when i did is i was like well. I made a bunch of shorts before. So let's Let's do a kickstarter. Let's pick one of shorts and stick to one. That's the most contained in the most easily to produce and One that sort of has a nice zing to it and then let's a raise a little bit of money and make show people what the movie's gonna be. And so i picked the babysitter murders which was the most contained short and We did a little kickstarter campaign and we made that two thousand fifteen in that movie Did really well on the festival circuit and i I got some fancy new reps out of it and nice. I did the water bottle tour here in los angeles and pluto really excited but They were still hard. No on the full feature a it was just an and i did come to find out later That the reason that everyone says no even if if their fans is that marketing departments They don't know how to sell it and a yes mart. Departments are the are ultimately the people who make the decisions on the thumbs up thumbs down even if a executive is super crazy about something. Get the marketing department. Says it's pats. Yeah because that's the biggest expense. I mean you can be blunt house. You can make a two million dollar three million dollar movie. But then twenty million dollars to market the hell out of that thing with advertising and social media and all of that. Yeah yeah and a. It's a movie to i guess. And so what happened. Of course of all these meetings is i. I want to one meeting. And an executive there and alison freeman was like my boss would never make this movie but i love it and i love the script and do you mind if i tried to raise the money on the side and i said yes of course because hey we just say yes to everything but we don't expect anybody to come through and about six months later she called me out of the blue and i was like i was almost almost forgotten that we had a meeting and she was like. Hey i found a little bit of money. Do you wanna make this and And i said yes of course. So alison then my producing partner. Justin ross who's made all my movies since film school three got together and started trying to figure out how we're gonna make the movie and at the time we had met with three lime producers and each one of them had basically said you need four times as much money to actually make this movie. Pow is impossible to make so people that we were going to pay to work on the movie..
"mortuaries" Discussed on The Nick Taylor Horror Show
"But i am not a religious person. I was not relate raised religious at all so it doesn't have that sort of extra level for me that it had for Kind of envious. But i'm not. I'm glad i wasn't raised religious. But i'm envious that i to feel that like deep paraic check saying hail. Marys at night for sure. Was there a movie that was that for you. Like like super traumatizing. Young age yet. I had minor show a little cliche as well. It's a nightmare on elm street. When i was like five it was like kind of a mistake. My dad head had this friend who had always gives boxes of vhs bootleg movies and my dad didn't even never even looked through them so me my siblings would dig out the sort of movies and i remember watching it when i was five and like actually turned me off a horror movies for most of my young life here until i was probably twelve or thirteen. Yeah it really to me but the most visceral movie that i've ever experienced and this is again. A place is the remake of the ring. Which i know is kind of a controversy. I haven't even seen that. You haven't seen the remake of the ring you know the the american version of the ring comparing do. Oh yeah yeah. I have just did a new one last year. That's the one i thought you were talking about. But nope just the ring. Yeah with that one. The niamey wants what i like. People swing some people. Like i hated it and something for like it's so scary but i i literally remember gripping the armrest in the woods so it was so intense to me. I don't know why it just hit the perfect time. I think i was a freshman in college or something is. Yeah the imagery. That is is pretty amazing. I just watched it recently and it holds up totally holds up to this day. I'll go to bat for gordon. Penske for all of his movies including the lone ranger saying he thought the lone ranger was perfectly good bad reviews it was like it was a western pirates of the caribbean. Even johnny depp in it was just as good as the pirates of the caribbean sequels..
Coronavirus: US death toll passes 200,000
"We now have passed the two hundred, thousand person milestone. Desk from coronavirus. Anthony Fauci is called the stunning. Obviously, very upsetting. What's what's your react with reaction to this? I think it's troubling whether we're looking in the Review Mirror at the past six six, almost seven months now, and how did we get to two hundred thousand and I don't know a public health expert who believes that that number should not be significantly lower. you know this is a deadly virus. Of course, you're going to lose some people but you know the president's handling of it is the number one issue in the Campaign Supreme Court pick not withstanding and so I think in the rear view mirror it is sad sobering numbing I do these numbers every day and I stay up at night crunching them looking for changes in the trends and I don't pretend to be a scientific expert but it is it's depressing So two hundred, thousand Americans that's grand rapids. Michigan. That Salt Lake City Utah at Huntsville Alabama just wiped off the map just just gone. In seven months, six months really before when the first death. If you think about that, it's just it. It is mind blowing and so then you look forward and at the moment there were fifty one thousand plus new infections confirmed yesterday we're going back up We're not coming down You know there's just no way to swallow a process two, hundred, thousand dead Americans were about to hit seven million cases. Every one of those numbers is a person it's your brother, your sister, your son or your daughter, your neighbor, your friend, your colleague. The numbers can get the numbers get so big sometimes I think we kind of IMP de personalized them or impersonal is them well, we can't do that and I don't care what your politics are. We should never do that and I it is it painful looking backwards jevon mortuary. But when you looking forward we're heading we're we're right now going back up. So. That means more infections and that inevitably means more deaths the doctors will tell you they're better at treating this now. So the you know the death rate would not be as high as it was back at the peak of all this but still especially. When the all the experts tell you, it is preventable. Any is a crime.
"mortuaries" Discussed on Movin 92.5
"Cream on top on and then it's all covered in mortuary. Yes, yeah, dipped in chocolate package says a serving only has 380 calories. So I think I might be able to eat six of them in one sitting and still be okay. That's really weird that they don't mention the sugar content and all I'm talking about it. E other food news happening. Dairy queen just released a line of candles that smell like they're blizzards. Okay. Did you have to hold them upside down Every time you light there's six different blizzard candles, including Oreo mocha fudge, snickerdoodle cookie dough, Chako dipped strawberry and gooey, gooey pumpkin pie. Oh, my God. My stomach just growls. I know you know that there's going to be at least three people that eat these candles so good if you want to set Yeah, they're 25 bucks, and all of the money is being donated to a charity. OK, I feel good about it its next major stories out of the weird world of deliveries. Citizens of Chicago have noticed something strange as of late. Apparently, the trees outside the local Amazon distribution centers and whole food stores are all covered in phones double like cell phones, but turns out there's a perfectly reasonable explanation for these new phone trees. Apparently, the delivery gigs have become.
"mortuaries" Discussed on Movin 92.5
"Cream on top on and then it's all covered in mortuary. Yes, yeah, dipped in chocolate. Package says a serving only has 380 calories. So I think I might be able to eat six of them in one sitting and still be okay. That's really weird that they don't mention the sugar content and I'm talking about it. Other food news happening. Dairy queen just released a line of candles that smell like they're blizzards. Okay. Did you have to hold him upside down every time you like? There's six different blizzard candles, including Oreo mocha fudge, snickerdoodle, cookie dough, Chako dipped strawberry and gooey, gooey pumpkin pie. Oh, my God, my stomach just growls. I know you know that there's going to be at least three people that eat these candles. So good if you want to set Yeah, they're 25 bucks. And all of the money is being donated to a charity. Better way. OK, I feel good about it its next major stories out of the weird world of deliveries, Citizens of Chicago have noticed something strange as of late. Apparently, the trees outside the local Amazon distribution centers and whole food stores are all covered in phones double like cell phones, but turns out there's a perfectly reasonable explanation for these new phone trees. Apparently, the delivery gigs have become so cut throat.
Inside Mississippi's Prison System
"Know home. In Nineteen Forty Blues, men, book White, recorded Parchment Farm, blues based on his time served inside the infamous prison. But Dow. Is Mine. He sings about the hard labor from dawn until the setting of the sun that's when the work is done. When The prison is still in operation today and still under scrutiny. The conditions that White Sang about and released on a ten inch records still echo from inside Mississippi state penitentiary on pirate podcast did show is the opportunity to the platforms allow these guys on inside voice to complain and let people know what they're really going through. Failures in oversight both within the state's prisons and at the government level have led some correctional officers to come forward even though the cash rate is not our job to treat them like dogs I mean we not the Kennel over there they the freeze and ended be treated like humans. In August two, thousand eighteen well before any thought of a pandemic sweeping the country Mississippi's prison system saw spike in inmate deaths. Correctional officials attributed many of these deaths to what they dismissed as natural causes. This is the ground truth podcast I'm Charlie Senate Michelle Lu covers criminal justice for Mississippi today for this episode, she takes us inside her investigation into the unexplained deaths and why the victims families still have questions. With report for America, Corps member Michelle Lu we're on the ground inside the Mississippi prison system. So as long as people have been in prison, people have died in prison missing prison leaders are looking into the fourth inmate twelve death. This month in a state thirteen prisoners have died behind bars and the month of August alone when local news outlets started reporting on a seaming spike in death across Mississippi's prison system in August of two, thousand eighteen, my editor asked me to take a look let story and figure out how conceptualize it in terms of what did these numbers mean and how did they compared to how deadly Mississippi's prisoners have been in the recent past. Over the course of that month sixteen people fifteen men and one woman died across Mississippi's entire prison system, and that was a significantly higher number than any prior month going back to two thousand twelve. So the State Corrections Department maintained that this number was not out of line with how deadly the prisons usually are. I think it was misinterpreted as to the calls for those sixteen. There's that were reported for the month of August the Commissioner Police Hall suggested that the people who had died inside died in similar ways that people die outside oppressive media those were from natural causes. I'll let the states lack of transparency raised questions about how inmates were dying in the states care. Before. Moving to Mississippi I had done a little bit of cops and courts reporting during journalism internships as a college student and I my student newspaper but I had never done any sort of substantive enterprise work on the topic before. I was really eager to even one of the challenges was that there was an has always been a tension between the urgency of the stories I want to tell Um when. People Send Me. Tips when people tell me about incidents that have just happened and the sort of frustrating Byzantine process. By which I have to. Make a good faith effort to corroborate the story. Circuit Clerk's office healthy. Hi My name's Michelle Lu reporter with Mississippi today in Jackson. This typically involves filing a lot of public records request for public records request and you can send a copy of the check that you're GonNa send and fax number six, one, seven, three times but I, don't get a lot confirmed or denied from the state. And as I've learned neither do the families of those who died in prison. I think families of people who die in any state institution deserve a thorough understanding of what happened to the person they loved and cared about and in talking to family members I found that they were getting little to no information from the state about what happened to their loved ones. We will thirty, six year old willy, hauling head died Saturday at least bill prison officials have not released a causes of death pending completion of autopsies. Willie hauling head was serving time for a drug conviction. and. When I drove out to Alabama to meet with Willy's family I was. Really, struck by the way in which in the absence of any real clarity were knowledge in how willy had died. They took what was available to them, which is the condition of Willie's body when they picked him up from Jackson at the mortuary and the facts they knew about Willy's life and had to find their own narrative. The official death certificate that arrive in the mail about a year later said that. release. Cause of death was undetermined. But he was you know in his thirties his family said, he didn't have health problems. and. They is their reports that he was just found on the floor one night. Mississippi state. Penitentiary colloquially known as Parchman is one of the largest prisons in the state of Mississippi. It's run by the state and it's located in the heart of the Mississippi Delta. It has a really bleak in distressing history. Frankly, it was founded in one thousand, nine, hundred 's as the cotton plantation and it was modeled after a slave plantation. In the nineteen thirties, Elvis Presley's father. Vernon spent nine months there for forgery. And to this day, the Parchman farm is reported to be a working operation relying on the Labor prisoners. Parchman has also been at the center of several calls for investigations into the conditions inside these investigations have been partly in response, the videos and photos leaked by prisoners. This is a picture of the food trays. These trays are stacked outside exposed to numerous germs, insights, and feces from birds. A lot of incarcerated people in Mississippi have had contraband cell phones inside and they've often used social media. As, well, as family members to circulate images of their living conditions
Dan OConnell & James Ellison
"The city of Hudson is nestled in Far West Wisconsin estate famous obeying America's Dairyland, jude towards production of cheese, milk and ice cream. Separated from the state of Minnesota by the Saint Croix River Hudson is a small scenic city characterized by historic architecture, leafy parks and a wide offering outdoor attractions including walking tracks, water sports, rock climbing, and came in. But the year two, thousand, two, the city was harm to a close knit community of Iran six, thousand residents and was. As a safe place to live. vol On crime was well below the national average and murder hadn't been committed in the area for twenty four years. Dearly funeral climbing Hudson was a sprawling single story brick and whether board building owned by local resident Tomo Connell, his family had lived in the area FA generations. Tones. Uncle had earned an undertaking business in town prior to world, War Two and in nineteen ninety, five Tom decided to relaunch the family business. He opened the O'CONNELL Vanity Funeral Harm at five twenty eleventh straight a quiet trae laundry road close to downtown district. Two of his sons mark and. Eventually began working alongside him. Dan had initially trained as an emergency medical technician, but was happy to follow in his father's footsteps by switching to a career in mortuary. Science. In Nineteen Ninety, eight, he quit. He's Am Tae work to concentrate on the family business fulltime. Dan was a dedicated worker known for putting the needs of others ahead of design, and for always taking on to comfort the grieving relatives who attended the funeral home. Married with two young children, Dan had a reputation as a dedicated family man who was eager to give back to his community. He spent tireless hours working to better. He's time town by serving on several local committees and raising funds for various organizations. As a result, Dan was well known and liked by other. Hudson locals. Dea conal family funeral I'm also off the trainee positions to mortuary science students who were completing studies. One such trae was twenty two year old James Ellison who had quickly proved himself to be a valuable employees. James had grown up with these parents and two siblings in the rural town of Baron located about sixty eight miles north east of Hudson. Hey was friendly and well locked with a range of interests that included Gulf music and church activities. During hough school James had played in the school band and was active in not for profit youth organization for HEY Jr.. He. Later, enrolled to study mortuary science at the University of Minnesota where he took his career path very seriously. Friendly Polite and organized James took great pride in his trae work on one occasion remarking. I'm so proud that can help people in the worst time of their lives. James was Ju- TO GRADUATE FROM UNIVERSITY in May of two thousand and two, and it was anticipated that the O'CONNELL's would then offer him a fulltime job. In the early afternoon of day February five, two thousand to Saint Croix. County Medical Officer Mati Klin headed to the O'CONNELL family funeral home to conduct a retain visit. Gee to the requirements of his job, he was well acquainted with the O'CONNELL's, and on this occasion, he needed Dan to sign a death certificate. Mahdi arrived at one forty PM and immediately made his way to Dan's office, which was located towards the back of the building.
The coronavirus makes virtual funerals the new normal
"So Tony about these virtual funerals have they work so funerals and memorial services in wakes have started being conducted over video chat apps like zoom skype for many families in the time of the pandemic similarly to a traditional funeral they're still aspects that the family can have control love lake religious aspect meaningful readings and songs played etc. It's just a bit more complicated to navigate a sense sometimes. This is the first time a person might be using this type of technology even though we might think of video chat apps is fairly common. But it's not the same as being able to share a physical space with the people who loved the person that you did. That's now gone. Yeah it's one thing for us to casually chat or video conference a funeral that it's obviously that's something that has a lot more gravity to to it and so it's interesting to me how that actually works like how do you. It is a solemn occasion. It's one of the incredible importance Hot is one Replicate that in for the virtual experience for the conference so basically I spoke to a woman in Oregon who owns a funeral home and she's been conducting digital funerals virtual funerals in memorial services and essentially what she does if she sets up her laptop in front of the casket. The Shroud and after everyone has dialed into the zoom. Call skype call. She makes sure that everybody has what they need. I can see Annan. She waits in her office and she gives the family time about an hour and then she'll check back in. She'll see if they need anything more time. If anyone still there logged in and the end she often goes to the burial. Sometimes if the family isn't allowed to attend and shall film or photograph or she'll do video chat call from the burial From the cemetery and gap. So that's that's kind of how funerals are working in during panic. Yeah it's interesting. How that works. You bought finish point about how you know for some folks. This is the first time on the conferencing like beyond the complexity of organizing something like this. A federal directors almost have to be tech support Radka educate folks into using conferencing. I don't know if you could if the funeral director anything about that. Like the extra responsibility she now has. Right it was. That was also interesting. I mean her her name was Elizabeth for Neon. She's out of Oregon Dating talk to her because she's she had used video chat apps prior And if somebody couldn't make to a funeral you know she would set up the video chat APP like somebody was at school and she would have that going so they could also be at the funeral but now that's almost exclusively what's happening because of covid nineteen so but I mean if if it's an elderly couple they might not know how to use skype or phone are like we might know how to do so. I think that that is a challenge. That families face now with with nineteen in doing funerals over Over skype and you. You mentioned that you know like almost saw. The is that how common things like that. What the situation is like is at are. Most of these funerals be conducted. Virtually now there are a lot more common now during the coronavirus. Pandemic especially with the lockdown orders and social distancing rules that only permit about ten or fewer people in place When I talked to Elizabeth. She said that she abused Chat APPs in the past like I said But visit virtual funerals and memorial services have become so much more common out and. I think they're going to stay in some capacity even when lockdowns are lifted and life returns to whatever normal will be having video chat apps as an option gives family and friends from all over the opportunity to give their respect without worrying about travel even without the fear of pandemic. You know you don't have to come from Alaska or across the ocean or if somebody is uncomfortable with funerals they can still say goodbye to a loved. One with a shoutout. Yeah you raise a really good point because I mean you could argue that you know having a laptop at a funeral or do when these conference calls before all this might have been seen as inappropriate but all of a sudden with the The situation has forced this to become the norm. I could definitely see how this could be something. That's a lot more susceptible socially at funerals Even once we get past this pandemic out beyond beyond the adding laptop look at funeral. Homes changed at all to account for this for the social distancing policies. Like what what? What else have they done to making more commenting for current situation right? When I spoke with Elizabeth. She told me that the mortuary the cemetery boards funeral bureau's the entities that are in charge of licensing and protocol for funeral homes and cemeteries in. Each state have said that it's best. It's in the best interest of funeral. Homes to treat every death like cove in nineteen deaths simply for the safety of the embalmers and other workers in the industry But more of adopted this digital approach to handle as many aspects of the funeral as possible during the pandemic and that's for the safety of themselves in the families who need the plan service so a lot more Through my research for this article it wasn't just Elizabeth's funeral home. That have been taking this digital
"mortuaries" Discussed on WTOP
"Homes and mortuaries experience an overflow these are our friends these are our neighbors these are our co workers hands on we will we will get through this time the ice rink has been closed since coronavirus restrictions for non essential businesses were put in place in March Andrea Cameron WTOP news now rundown of the latest developments in the covert nineteen pandemic there are now nearly fifty two thousand seven hundred positive cases in DC Maryland and Virginia Virginia reporting more than seven hundred sixty new cases and nearly thirty deaths from the illness in just the past twenty four hours there are now more than twenty thousand six cases and seven hundred deaths in the Commonwealth in DC more than a hundred fifty new cases over the past twenty four hours and more than fifty three hundred cases total with two hundred sixty deaths and in Maryland there are more than seven hundred cases reported in the last day and more than seventy deaths overall more than twenty seven thousand cases in the state and close to thirteen hundred deaths for recovery numbers and more data we've got a custom infographics pager WTOP dot com search coronavirus a bakery in Fairfax county is going all out and donating bread to those who need it what we've been able to do is turn the kindness of others into food for families who are in need great harvest bread company which has locations in Burke and Lorton has been asking the public for cash so it can use that money to make bread and donated to food banks and other charitable groups it's been a success says manager Jeffrey Connelly had nine delivery so far and we donated over a thousand loaves of bread he says for every five dollars his business is able to donate one loaf of bread so far about three thousand dollars in donations has come in we're still reaching out and finding more more places that we can help they kindly WTOP news up ahead the bay bridge moves to cashless tolling sooner than expected it's one oh seven Eric in military university our students are accustomed to serving on the front lines putting themselves.
Dozens of bodies found in U-Haul trucks outside NYC funeral home
"More than three hundred people died in the past twenty four hours in New York state alone and it's led to some trouble for one funeral home overwhelmed by coronavirus death the injured T. Cleckley funeral home in Brooklyn ran out of space for bodies in used rented on refrigerated U. haul trucks for extra storage which mayor bill de Blasio called unacceptable why on earth did they not either alert the state that who regulate them or go to their NYPD precinct and ask for help do something as hard as it has been to treat those living with corona virus handling the dead has strayed mortuary cemetery's crematory St Moritz refrigerated containers from FEMA began arriving earlier
"mortuaries" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Pandemic we could learn from Taiwan hello what was it I couldn't hear a question let me let me repeat the question let's move to another one that right I think this is I'm I'm actually carries on talking about Taiwan as well on Taiwan's case click bye she asked him about Taiwan and talking about the case study that Taiwan provides then he would answer pretend you didn't hear she re ask the question and he dropped off so that inspired confidence and then there's this the extent of the spread of covert nineteen in China only eighty thousand cases and that eleven million person hamlet which could constitute a hamlet in China Wuhan a twenty five hundred deaths Chinese investigative outlet reports that when mortuaries open back up in the who by capital will haunt people had to wait in line for as long as five hours to receive the remains of their loved ones lost during the epidemic a photo published in this outlet shows a truck loaded with twenty five hundred earns arriving at the hunk mortuary the driver said he deliver the same amounted to the mortuary the day before another photo shows stacks of burns inside the Marjory seven stacks with five hundred dollars each that's thirty five hundred even more disturbing is this from the epoch times and they've got a pretty good China focus report of their name Josh Philip we had on the show before listen to this the number of Chinese cellphone users drop by twenty one million in the past three months the dissertation level is very high in China people can't survive without a cell phone said a US based China affairs commentator dealing with the government for pensions and social security buying train tickets shopping number what people want to do they require to use cellphones required to the Chinese regime requires all Chinese to use their cellphones generate health code only with the green health code are Chinese allowed to move in China right now it's impossible for a person to cancel his cell phone trying to introduce mandatory facial scans on December of twenty nineteen December first twenty eighteen to confirm the identity of a person who registered the phone as early as September one of twenty ten China required all cell phone users to register phones the real identification by means of which the state can control people speech via its monitoring system which may be coming to a hamlet near you in this country as this proceeds twenty one million cellphone users dropped in the past three months and just the anecdotal story the pictures of urns in Wuhan what are we to make of this for more on the topics plural we're pleased to be joined again by the time the girl Jim Carafano VP at the Catherine Shelby Cullom Davis institute for International Studies at the heritage foundation author of books including wiki at war and private sector public wars Jim thanks for joining us good good yeah start with China what's your interpretation of those stories we should start with the Taiwan issue so Thailand because of heavy Chinese pressure to really marginalizes any claim that Taiwan has sovereignty has an aggressive campaign around the world have countries that recognize Taiwan after initial organizations exclude them even though in many cases this creates public safety concerns like RKO the international civil aviation organization Taiwan has no national airlines but they're prohibited from participating okay so what's the practical consequences of the World Health Organization excluding Taiwan well because of their experience with sars Taiwan was the first country to really recognize what was going on in China and really put in place national controls which enable them more efficaciously than most countries sure quickly limit the importing of the infection and since they limited the importing of the infection there you can be much more efficient at trace cases and and limiting the spread they did that in December right if they had been a full participant in the World Health Organization and been able to take their case to the WHL and have it out there and open and transparent format many countries would have done what president trump did it it was slapped down travel restrictions and it was started putting in a double bedding measures so in many ways among the other egregious sins that China committed in terms of exporting the played around the world blocking Taiwan from to Spain W. it shows it's just another indictment well this is so this is this is exactly the point and and and so you have Bruxelles word you just heard him drop off because he wanted to ask I want Dr David Hyman Ayman was on face the nation from France and he talked about those examples from which we can learn things because they had experienced a star so they were at the ready to jump into it to do to do prevention containment so they don't have to do mitigation he mentioned specifically Singapore South Korea Hong Kong would not mention Taiwan and so again I add to this all goes to the point how much can we trust the WHL as a good faith actor given this massive blind spot I think it raises a lot of issues of credibility and and of course the other the other claim heroes when China started coming out and saying all we really we really save the world we slow the spread of the disease even though the Chinese let somewhere between seven and nine million visitors who came to China for the Chinese New Year leave the country when they know it was a an incredibly infectious communicable disease they let seven million people out on the seven and nine million people out on the world and then they turn around and claim that they were the one that really slowed the spread of the disease and alerted the world the dedicated nothing to the bunk that claim ID the WHL actually complimented China on its response and China's response was not only late they not only live a great deal there are not only completely non transparent not cooperative in the first few months of the outbreak but they adopted some of the most authoritarian and oppressive managers are manageable to stop the spread of the disease and so so so then close the loop for me going back to the questions about whether or not Chinese is giving us straight numbers because of the importance of this is not that more people I mean it is that more people die that are being recognized by the government that's one part of it the other part of it is well if they're getting a rebound of outbreak and if they're doing the same thing that they did in December January which is to try and cover up then they're exposing more than just their country and so this is relevant well it is absolutely love it you know we can't believe the numbers but we can't believe the numbers out of the Hong Kong Singapore Taiwan and and South Korea and there again what we have seen is if you put in the aggressive social distancing and you six fantastic and treat the disease you can definitely get the upper gonna controlled with the cold bend the curve the only cases we're seeing there is really people bringing these back from other countries this is a claim that China has also made why it's important as well we have the other cases we can count on what's the difference well if China prematurely listed there are controls and they're getting an organic rebound of the disease that is super important canal so we just made a very difficult decision the United States to extend the national social distancing through the end of April on the assumption that that we're not even gonna open up parts of the country until may and then it may be June first before worry are full blown going the economy and that's a very painful decision was made out of an over abundance of caution that you you don't want to essentially suppress the wildfire and then walk away what do the numbers are are are smoldering and then if the wild part goes back up again if we really understood what was going on in China it would really help the former decision I think based on the information and data we have administrations made a very prudent call but again it's the Chinese withholding data from the world which is vital to people making decisions not just about health and safety but also about how they had to do with the economy how do with international travel so you know China has really I think unlimited debate exactly what they did wrong but it's very very.
"mortuaries" Discussed on The Really Awful Movies Podcast
"Don't really come together and wondering if they had anything in mind that they were really going for before. It was tinkered with post or various. I really couldn't tell is there's really going off in so many directions like politics told us you can't be all things to all people with. This is as much as any of horror we've ever discussed. The podcast is a little bit of something for everyone in. This is a pretty gory. Kill for a movie. That's not gory. There's some exploitation. Elephants has some of the scenes in the mortuary when they're actually showing the embalming of a corpse. That's rather gory ned. Not for the faint of heart so yeah You had a friend who is in the room mate of one of our mutual friends and she was a cute. Well it's a blonde blue eyed so very unobtrusive very sweet very wholesome looking and she was in the funeral services program and that always blew my mind that someone like that would be in that profession. Because you always you always think you know Schrimm. What's his name from Phantasm? And you always scream and you always think some hulking potentially hunchbacked Aged Antediluvian figure in that role. You don't expect like the time. When I first met her she was like twenty five. You don't expect someone young or vibrant or or female frankly to be in this role. It's good to discuss another mortuary theme movie because the Phantasm was like the pinnacle of that kind of movie and this was just so funny on many levels. And they really made I guess some elevate elements of the mortuary stuff work because again this Paul Characters. A bit of a perv. Oh and he takes great delight in not only Faren formaldehyde into his patients. Who Know what you call them but also makes me want to be cremated but he likes doffs their tops. Obviously nubile like very attractive women and Yeah. It was kind of A. Yeah for the for all the expectation elements of his lots of fun banter. And there's the protract place term fat for him. Funny Fat Guy and you got an interesting. I guess familial dynamic given the demise of the dad and the beginning because the mother refuses to believe that there's that her daughter's life is really endanger despite her husband being off so that's a weird kind of thing well remember to. Her mother was part of the say on so she might impart the conspiracy for the movie. The mother is basically gasline her daughter. She's crazy. Oh it's your. It's your show overactive imagination. Oh it's your dreams always you're sleepwalking. Nothing no one's out to get you. Don't worry about it. Go back to someone out to get her and at first it was like dual. Spielberg like us. Some figure whose face you couldn't see trying to run her off the road in California cotton highway and you're like What's going on with this? I don't know if this is the point of the podcast where we get to what we've learned because I've learned quite a bit of stuff. The thing about me man is when I I always write down things that I learned and then I blow things. I want to say reserve. What what I learned I say in the course of our discussion but what I will say one of the things I did learn. Is that if you're gonNA reveal your killer early as this film did have something to make. You feel a bit more exciting until the mob. Because they reveal the killer quite early and revealed the killer as well. I mean we spoil the killer in this podcast. Apologies to those. I haven't seen the film but it does get Kinda boring after that until the last five minutes which gets pretty fucking insane however it does sort of steel elements from happy birthday to me so much that loved the last five minutes because for its derangement. I had up dot doc part because of the fact that it did steal elements from prior horror film. I was GonNa say maybe silence at the land as well with a tableau you're referring to that is put on for that shocking. To me I was also going to point out. I thought you would the famous composer from Salzburg Austria. Oh Yeah Mozart who would have thought that Wolfgang would feature so prominently shitty movie. It was weird because you see figure on campus is trying to pick up one of the principals in the film and try and Courter using what else. I MEAN TIME-HONORED VINYL LP OF MOZART. On how all the all the DISCO DANCING. Dynamos Renteria. Wolfgang Amadeus Falco. Of course. Yeah exactly what? Moser had been brought back into prominence at this point. Oh as an aside I did see screening of Amadeus accompanied accompanied by a live concert. Which really quite quite moving and I did visit. Mozart's house in Vienna also has well not not Salzburg and Vienna because hall in Salzburg is a lot of time in Vienna. His birthplace long live at his grave in Vienna which is very nondescript in the middle of an industrial area woke and of course of an Halen. Eddie van Halen named his son Wolfgang. I'm no one bringing that up so stupid but during the tableau and I think when the running the credits. There's the in Congress playing if I declined enough. Music is resistant to little night music. It's like done done. Because it's the most gang compensated. Yeah but I mean horror film. You're supposed to conjure up scares and and that's what you're running the final remind me and the music and this movie is Pretty Damn Awesome and how I bid Phantasm vibe. I thought oh I agree. I said that to my girlfriend and right off the bat it said this maybe move move. You may not be much to look at is really not much in the way of narrative of the two main characters. Spend the bulk of the Times that we're boobs and you can tell because the female protagonists was a redhead and on the table was Brunette. Yeah so the drapes didn't match the the the rug or whatever yeah sure. Point there was a very protracted fucking seen in. I believe the parents house which I thought was rather odd. Must've been. There's no one that young could afford such sprawling. Yeah so like maybe you go in the basement and you can get away with that but right in the middle by the fireplace in the living room. There's this like Balsa out some balls to the wall like ten minutes of fucking and I thought okay couldn't they? Aren't they worried about being caught in whatever but della whatever always mixed that one? I never did that in my parents place. I would never. I would not have the balls to do that in the living room. At least show some discretion go in the Basement v. O our God it was. What else did I learn? I'm trying to think here. Oh looted to this rather violent death so it's not. It's maybe a bit of a spoiler that the mother think meets her maker at the hands of this mystery killer and with the TRUECAR altro car for the TRUECAR's penetrating her but not in a way that was particularly bloody or it was just the constant shoving of the implement into her inner. That was actually. It was nothing gory about it. But it was quite shocking. And the way he was I mean it was like a almost a Turkey based already know. Describe it he just kept shoving it in was almost made. Me Recoil quite impactful. No is much more gory when he was using the Tro car in the actual Embalming sequence earlier in the film ooh Yeah not going to be filled with formaldehyde. Upon my demise and I'm GonNa make explicit in my wishes to my loved ones in my in my will that I had hoped to be whatever cremated or some otherwise. This movie is not contributing to my calming is only done in North American society. There's no other society on the planet that in bombs deceased really between ancient Egypt. And now there's this. The people fell out of favor. And then they're the last ones weird trying to think what else I learned here this. There's so much Christopher George God love him I mean. He was in Grizzly as well. Which another fantastic film podcast it with Scott Debit. Who wrote a fun article on on daily dead about mortuaries very same so I mean good God like we have so much like? Oh Christopher George so much he's been such a focal point of our discussions and again like chewing on a Stogie and like city of the living dead wandering around and just basically the same disinterested wordy figure. This one is like he is a business owner right but it's the same kind of scowling guy just wandering around and he just is something so. I don't know comforting about his presence in a movie and it's just it's like you say he's got that John Saxon calling horror film your Henriksen your model. You're happy yeah. Did this one make you happy because this was? I mean as much as I enjoyed it. I didn't take to it in the same way I did. The final terror or these other films that we champion the no one else really does like I found it a little too disjointed. Although some of the lines as you mentioned earlier that was quite quite good I just. I don't know maybe I just wasn't in the mood Can't believe you didn't bring up the line. The Helms Art you text me that line. Oh my God men. The standards are really slipping and post secondary education. If no one is familiar with MOATS BUT WELL BILL. Paxton is holding Stack records and one of them is Moser than one of the The pretty picks up looks like what the Hell's him Ozark couldn't even pronounce it right. Either dammit dammit but star rating here his like. I'm I'm sorry I was trying to warm to it but it has just to to over the map. Somehow I really liked spooky and compare and even movies makes no sense whatsoever. No wins the poster on that. Almost I almost conjures up the Antagonised here which is more of a Mr Bugatti kind of Yeah the exorcist. Kind of VIBE. Don't even know how you describe the killer really but I think the tableau at the end really adds some almost Texas chainsaw massacres. Go See. 'em Meshing the movies. It was similar to say it did have a sort of TM vibe. I mean the tableau is fantastic. But like I said it wasn't wholly original it was done earlier. Happy Birthday to me so I mean I like the movie. I had fun with it. I love the fact that he had a roller boogie scene in the middle of the so. Pass much padding. No I mean that was really very lots which shouldn't be a problem all the sex and all the elderly roller skating. I know I liked it but I love it. And then like I said before when they reveal the killer was around the sixty minute mark and there was still about thirty minutes left to go news is padding and padding pulling taffy pulling they're making homemade noodles wrecking until you got to the last five minutes with the most tableau and so on and so forth so for the disco scene for the. What's Mozart Line? What the Hell's him Ozark for some of the wacky elements. I'm going to give this one three stars and call it a day. Nice well As part of the course with me all the time on the podcast I always think of something. Just before I get my star rating of another thing. I learned today. I learned that in the studio. Well the the late Mr Paxton a great actor and it's a shame that he He died so young he was on the Marc Maron. Podcast talking about his heart troubles. And it's I think the world took him from us at sixty something very loving maybe sixty one. The active you can use inscribed packing dependable always.
"mortuaries" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"We welcome Carl from Huntington beach California Carl what Sir well I will tell you a funny story about what last week and you guys you talk about the flex and you're talking about people were saying it was it so good good luck and well my my actual life she we read what a couple times drive to see your son while many she just loved it the you know really sitter and everything and but we we told a few people she told few people sizzling Mumbai to flex they should call that looks like a hearse Kevin let me check my mom my mom died in twenty sixteen from Alzheimer's we're glad you're Goku's use and a lot of pain but anyway what we call the mortuary it is funny and a I I said Hey a man is my mom one year older to your vehicle and it put her in there just you know one last thing for yeah role it is a black flags to see it is a loading ramp to a slide to Gertie up in it is said my little my wires for is we're right it does occur she go ahead Jerry also also use the I saw a lot of your own views the MKC which was kind of the Lincoln version of that that also was kind of funny looking to but a great vehicle and but I will I'll never seen flex yeah the flex users black slacks that's a good picture of it and I said to my wife she's my ex wife now but I'm thinking if I can buy or a you know a fairly new new flex which it never did maybe I can get her back well there you go well and there are still some new flexes out there fact that check our dealers in Dallas just couple days ago for somebody and there was surprisingly big number of all around still and the reason surprises because none of these really haven't stock in a very.
More Vietnamese fear relatives are among 39 found dead inside container truck in England
"More Vietnamese families came forward with information that their relatives maybe a long thirty nine people found dead in the back of a container truck in southeastern England police are questioning four people in connection with the tragedy as they grappled with one of the worst cases of people smuggling in history seeking to treat the victims with dignity they have slowly begin moving the bodies of the dead to the hospital mortuary nearby hoping to give the dead names but the task is extremely difficult as people smugglers take the passports of their passengers to obscure work the identities stripping them of their names and giving them new documents when they arrived at their new destination police in Britain initially believed the victims were all Chinese but are now acknowledging the picture is
A Dead Man Was Cremated in Arizona, But Nobody Knew He Was Radioactive
"So doctors in Arizona. Had injected a sixty nine year old man with the drought to shrink tumors growing in his body. And the drug was radioactive. Active anyway, unfortunately, according to life science the man didn't make. And he died five days after that. The body was cremated. But when he was cremated it spread radioactive particles all over the crematorium. Now the cremation occurred without the knowledge of the doctors one injected the radioactive material into the man's body. Now, the crematory workers are in danger. And researchers say it's a problem that many that may be more common than anyone realized. So this paper was published today in the journal JAMA, and the researchers reported the results of a thorough investigation of the crematorium, and the worker who dealt with the radioactive remains the researchers found slight radiation left on the crematory equipment, including the oven the vacuum filter and the Bonecrusher a sample of the crematorium workers urine also turned up trace amounts of radioactive material. Meaning he has it in his body. The researchers wrote that the worker probably didn't receive a dangerous dose of radiation. But he's still got some radiation. And they added that the questions of how often radioactive bodies get incinerated or how frequently crematory workers are exposed remain unanswered. This is one of those those in medicine where you're like, whoa. Whoa. Whoa. What happened here? Now, a one time exposure is not as dangerous as repeated exposures. So researchers found a maximum Geiger counter. Reading of twenty five thousand counts per minute in the crematorium equipment that translates was at its transaction exposure of seven point five milligram per hour for someone in direct contact with the equipment still safe far below the levels. I mean was far below the levels that would cause acute radiation poisoning. But may not long-term be the safest thing. So the researchers said that luckily the loot the teddy if I pronounced that. Right. Latisha no one seventy seven which is the radioactive element in the injection has a short range short half life. That means that any dangerous effects would have spread far or what have spread far lasted very long because as a short half life short range so before got to somebody let's say in the front office. It was probably gone. But what that means is if a patient has something happened to them. We need to kind of be cognizant of it. They don't make it whoever deals with the body is made aware. Now, I'm sure if we have an Ebola outbreak God forbid, we are going to be making, you know, mortuaries and crematoriums and funeral homes very well aware, and I'm sure we are going to have a much different sort of burial or crematory process, but these radioactive medicines that we use, you know, we kind of realized that other public figures other other people, you know, within the family, or you know, you know, what the body could unfortunately, be a risk. They say what the exemption of Florida most states, including Arizona lack rules to prevent cremation of radioactive for means. So sounds like somebody needs to get the poop
A Lesson for Kings: How The Virtuous are Respected
"Welcome to the mid legends vary teams of India where we bring to us Dr ease of kings and queens. Princess and failing and Ross wizards. These are classic teams of adventure, magic Ngoma from India brought to you in a new of Dodd by God Hoss study. No more visit midst and legends India dot com. Listen, full king. Once upon a time where king Roma data was really in Bernardus, the future tile was gone to him as his son and heir. When did he came choosing a name for the young prince, they caught him prince, grandmother. Oh, he grew up in due course. And when he was sixteen years owned, he went to function Sheila and became accomplished in all the facts. And after his father died, he ascended the tube. The newly crowned king rumba ruled the kingdom with right to snus and equity. He gave judgments without wash Schutte. He treat eaten ovens or feel. Since he does serene with Justice, his ministers also administered the law in a fair and just mammal. Lawsuits were thus decided with Justice, and there were none who brought phone skis. And ask the full lawsuits ceased the hustle and bustle of litigation seized in the king's court. But it led to a new challenge though. The judges sack all day the court they had to leave without anyone coming for just many began to feel that the hall of Justice would have to be closed. Then the future would tuck taught. It appeals that because of me. The hall of Justice will have to be closed. I have tried to be fair and read in just Manel, but this has caused the problem of its own. I'm a stay for knowledge Zaman into light old farts. If I find that anything is wrong in, I should put that away and practice only virtue. To accomplish this. He sought for someone to tell him his force. He asked those around him, but he found that no one would dare him of any fault. Instead, he heard his own, please. Then he talked. It is how feel a fool that these men see only good things and not evil things. I've Alaska among those people who live outside the Bantus. Yes, that's a nice thing to do. However, the king could not find any for finder. There. Nixed salt among those who lived outside the city in the suburbs at the fogies. But there too. He found no one who could tell him off his force and hold on, please. At last, he decided to search in the countryside. So he handed over the kingdom to this ministers and mountains, Chad and taking only his Chattan to left the city in disguise. And soaking the countryside up to the very boundary office. He found no for funding. He hard on the off is on watchi-, sadly tone back from the outermost boundary and returned by the high road towards the city. Before we go on here is an exciting announcement. Chocolate car heard this and she without the slightest noise to call for branch and swung herself. Join the story. Listen to the full series of myths legends and fairy tales of India exclusively available on storyteller thousands of stories waiting to be heard, start your free trial today by subscribing at WWW, dot story dot in, and now let us get on with our story. No. At that time, the king, of course, Salah, whose name was Mollica was ruling his kingdom good righteous. He too was searching for someone who can Dennis forts. But he also fumble fought final in the palace and only heard of his own more mortuary. Just like mother, though he finally vent to the countryside in on this wave back to the kingdom. He took into that very spot where he saw a chariot which was traveling in the opposite direction. Chatty, it's off the two kings he face to face on the net which was alongside of for him. Only one chatty it could pass through at one time and the Bill had to get out of the way. Then the cherry two of king Monica said to the Charito often king of the nuts. Hey, your Jared out of the way. But the chatty doodle problem with us. Chatty, it said. Dick, your jelly out of the way. This chatter suits the Lord over the kingdom of bananas. The great game come mother thought. Yet the other group light. In this Jarrett all chatty suits Laura working though. Of course, Salah. The great king Mallika take your adage out of the way and make who've for the Jarrett of ARCHE. Ma. Then the king of Benaras talked. C. then that he is king after some time, he said to himself. I'll find out how old is in. I think the chatty of the young king court out of the way and so make over the. Good. Soaking I'm with those shoddy did all sticky money. Gus cheddar. What was the age of the chemo? Of course. Now, we don't know. The juice of who the genes also. What are you put. Then he inquire about the extent of his kingdom and about army and as well and is renowned at above the country lived in and about his drive and family and so on. And so. Kings worry, Colin, if three respect dealer norms of kingdoms that were three hundred leagues in extent, and that in respect of Armenian Wilton Reno and the countries of. Why did came to the tribe and their family? They were again, just. MBA finally kingdom with a thirst chatty to talk. I will make way for the most righteous game. And he also chatted to key Monica. What business does this team of yours. Then the chatty toot off the king Molly gov who Silla replied. The song, your toes by strain. By minus does money go the good he caused by goodness in the wicked. Why we goodness to Saad is done nature of this king. Bow out of the rail charter. With the CIA to off the king of bananas, realized that the chatty, two of the team of also was claiming his kings wickedness. Escort. Therefore he just. Well, have you doing all the word choose of the team of. Yes, yes. Set the chatty too. These is war. Choose where I've been force again. The other ones sit. That are known if you want to consider his war just to be farce that does up to you, but then what is the goodness yorking has. And then the chatter off the king of bananas began to nearly the law, choose off his king as follows. And he com- by columnists and my goodness the week it the Tingey. He conquers by gifts and by to the speaker of lines, saw Chesa nature of this game. Out of the way all chariot. Do. Upon listening to these woods, both money then king and as chatty to realized that they were in the way of a great king. They both got down from the chariot. Henry Mussa chariot to make way for the king of Hornets. What did you learn from the story. This story tells us that the watch use under well-meaning are all ways respected by one and all this translated work has been edited for brevity context and language by a move. Yes, story narrated by Shirley Bidu and produced by Gaga story. Did you like today's story. We would love to kill your feedback, right? Dwells at contact at got how story dot com. We'd comments or feedback better yet. Please, please. Please