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"naso" Discussed on Boss Talk Conversations with Antinette
"I was exposed to what I was used to. However. It was an Two Thousand and said I was pregnant with my son. And then I also was in school. I was in college. It was my third year and I wanted to change my major, but I didn't know what I wanted to be now. I I went to school to be a teacher and. When I really wanted to teach I really liked kids but one day I was walking down the street in Acehnese kids. And it was cussing it was it was during the most was the neighborhood kids and I l. now I can't do this. I'm not be tasty on my v. one of these kids. That's what I was thinking at that time. So I ended up changing my major, I changed my major the nursing in that just did not work for me at all. So then. One day I'm at work Monday am. My coworker she's like Internet you should be social worker and that's a whole nother story in itself. So I ended up. In those two conflicts that I was going through that I didn't know what I wanted to be, and then I was pregnant at the time. So those are the things that decided set internet. You know what? It's time to make a change But so now. I have two degrees. Graduate. Oh my social work degree in two thousand and what twelve. and. Then in two thousand, eighteen, I got my masters in administration of human. Services because I love helping people I love supporting people. That's just what I feel like. I'm here to do I know that we are here to serve an athletic anchorman bestself when I'm hoping to serve others Now. I have two businesses a full time entrepreneur right so my first business. Is the stand in a standard as a mobile food part located in Wilmington Delaware in created that business because I'm just really passionate about youth an idea was to support us in Learned workforce development skills on I was gonNA have them work the car and stuff like that a Nadon I still have them do that unfulfillment my mission however. Is. Just the idea of how I wanted to do. It has changed a little bit. But I'm still doing it. So that's my first business like I said is it it is our mission to support youth development workforce development skills in Oursel-. It. Is Our mission to fund programs for at risk. Populations in vulnerable communities because I'm really passionate about just helping people. So I like to say I'm not just an entrepreneur like I'm passionate about making money, but I'm also fashioned about helping others. So I'm a social entrepreneur and I've been looking really into that a lot lately like looking into what that really means in how they how they do what they do as a social entrepreneur but that's passionate while I'm also passionate about philanthropy I, just WANNA be able to lend my best life make more money it helped others you know, sir, their dreams do what they wanna do because that's what life is about. We have to help each other by. So. I. Created this back as a little bit by myself. So I created a spice cast for three reasons first of all. I wanted to be able to support people here in the story that can. Keep them motivated. You know maybe by hearing a story other than your own you my realize like, Oh, well, she did they often do a two or she'd been through that and she overcame Naso now I can overcome whatever I'm going to as well. You know. So I wanNA give you a different perspective do this podcast now also I wanNA provide you with interviews with people who have a story in a skill that can support you. Know Boston up period because that's what this back is about. You Boston up here stories of others. Be would outer dome what it is that you WanNa do that's to support you in Boston up again, life a right and the last one I leased I, created this podcast because. In two, thousand and nineteen I went to this retreat in this lady she told me Internet. You should start a podcast you start podcast podcasting. Is it right now especially for minorities especially for black women but because it was outside of my comfort zone, I didn't really feel comfortable now. Moving forward if I can be honest, you know but now is the time. Now is the time for me to move forward even if it's not perfect because that's what a boss does. Right? So Boston number one, this is what I want to end with for today for the first episode. Boston number one is you know just try just try to apply. One of the skills that somebody has given. You know that's what I'm. Already I'm just GonNa try I'm trying it out in. Never know what will come of it. You know phone with. And don't resist it just try if you. WanNa boss of being in life you have to try the things that are outside of your comfort zone just try and y'all I'll talk to your next.
"naso" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show ON DEMAND
"On. Their heads sounds like someone's throwing up. By the way Governor Guy we played yesterday Austin Naso. He listens to our show the impression of governor Cuomo, so he was very excited to hear that we played his clip yesterday, so that was so funny. We're still getting people asking about that. Yeah I spent all day since the sending out the Lincoln today. That's how I spent my day. Is At the end of your report. Yes, that is it. I never know. See I never. You just stop I'm like is there more? I'll start doing and finally. That's what else. Are you need done done today and I'm like Oh. That was it with. That was great stuff. Though thank you. What are what are you making the kid for breakfast today we got creative today. OAT Balls, so we took oatmeal made them into little balls, and we're going to have them for breakfast. They're delicious walls. By the way you're obviously on the cutting. Cutting edge of all the food trends because these you did, you were one of the first people I know to do the pancake cereal. That's right now you're doing. The balls are really big. Where are you getting this stuff? You're ahead of the curve, my wife. She's on top of it. We Love trendsetter friends center. Thank you Garrett have a beautiful day. Day with the kids. Okay, love perfect. Let's go love you to love you more. Let's go around the room. We heard what's on your mind today. FROGGY! Can we started on your mind? What's on your mind today? Yesterday we went out to lunch from my dad's birthday and the restaurant that we went to something really cool since the whole thing's going on they're. They're not handing menus anymore. So that you're not you know giving one menu to one person the next person they had a little qr code in the middle of the table, and they said skin here. You just open up your phone's camera. It took a picture of when it saw the code. The menu pops right up on your phone super super now. Start, doing that. You see the restaurant. See the menu as much as you want to. Look at it, but you're not touching something that somebody else has taught so really really cool thing. They were doing all right there you go. It's going to be happening all over the place before. Gandhi. What's up with you today? Well something weird happened yesterday in a completely non sexual way. My boyfriend ended up sitting on my face and I got a nose bleed. Hit is hurting so badly still. Explain this. How does your nose bleed because your after your boyfriend's sits on your face? Well I mean the sheer pressure was body number one, but I also have a nose ring, so I think it like punctured the cartilage up there, and it just started bleeding, and then he's absolutely no help whatsoever because he starts gagging and has to run away when there's blood, so he's like Oh. My God. No, no, I'm like us on my face made my nose bleed. This is your fault, but he. He's been being a baby about it and it's still. Like a scab up there. It just sounds like you're doing it wrong. You know what I'm saying, but. Clearly anyway. You start this in a non sexual way. My boyfriend was sitting on my face and I see. Yes because I knew the guys on the show would go in a different direction is. Scary. What's up with you of what's on your mind today? What really shocks when you find out that some of your appliances that you might want to get rid of pain any value whatsoever I have a neutral bullet are acts with the the luck system that I bought for like close to three hundred dollars. Once it was a couple of years ago, and it sits on my my by kitchen and collects dust I'm like I'm going to sell this on Ebay. And get the whole set for like sixty dollars on ebay right now I don't like come on. Man Like this is worth so much more than sixty dollars. It's got like the Big Cup in the small cup and it makes soup. I had soup. Soup mixes, and smoothies may be outdated, but it doesn't matter I. Just love all this stuff to give and. Sixty dollars. Yeah, it's dated. Sorry. They're up to version six point. Conversion onepointoh retain you're. Saying, don't you remember at the time it was on? It was wasn't even Ebay. It was on Amazon. I ordered I ordered a little food processor and I didn't know it was used in winning arrived at my house, still food. Food food. Danielle. What's up with you today? So last night shelter tonight did another one of our survive in the pandemic. You know shows on his facebook page. And, yes, I know frogging. And he thought he would be funny and asked me some riddles that I had no answers to because I'm just stupid like that. And I was drinking, but I wasn't hammered and a lot of. Wasted I was. Wasted I really only a couple of sips of alcohol so I. Just want anybody who is watching to know that I really wasn't wasted. Just funny, that's all. Wasted to me I saw. I. Thank you. Happy. You're happy. I love the story that straight. Nate just cintas in our texts room. You want to tell the story it has to do with Hamilton, 'cause you know. Disney was gonNA, come out with a film version of Hamilton right right straightening. Yeah, yeah, it was. It was supposed to be next year, but they've accelerated the release to coming out on Disney plus in July July third. I. Asked if you've never seen Hamilton on stage, it is just an amazing performance in do I. I'm curious to see how they're gonNA. Do on film. I don't I. Don't know I'm I'm sure they'll have a way of making it really really cool I think what they did is I think filmed one of the performances with the original cast and so? The they did like extra angles and things like that, so it's not just you sitting in the audience looking at the stage I think they did extra stuff, so it's more of a film as opposed to watching just a stage production. Daniel told us about that now that the thing okay. Good. Awesome. Gandhi. How's your now way tickets? I'm so excited..
Bitesize History - The Aden Emergency
"Today's episode it is on aden emergency also known as ratified uprising nam insurgency by the NFL f and the f. r. o. s. y. during the code will against british forces stationed in south arabia protectorate of the british empire is now forms part of yemen partly inspired by nasser's pan arab nationalism began on the fourteenth of october nineteen sixty three with the throwing over grenade covered officials a apple a state emergency was declared added british crime commonly of aid on his hinterland the aid them protector emergency escalated in nineteen sixty seven and hastening ended british rule in the territory which again in eighteen thirty nine on the thirty for now remember nineteen sixty seven british forces withdrew an independent people's republic was proclaimed kim was originally of interest to britain as an anti-piracy station put to protect shifted on the routes to british india with the oakland the show as canal in eighteen sixty nine forever serve as colon station following the independence of india nineteen forty seven eight became less important to the united kingdom emerged saved was precipitated in large part a large wave of arab nationalism spread to the arabian peninsula and stemming largely from associated arabist don twins of egypt lead at gamal abdel nasser british french is raving forces that had invaded egypt in nasser's nationalization of the suez canal in nineteen fifty six had been forced to retool following intervention from both the united states soviet union naso enjoyed only limited success in spreading his pan arabist doctrines through the arab world his nineteen the attempt to unify egypt in syria as united arab republic traps inflator three years later perceive anti-colonial rising in ada in nineteen sixty three provided another potential opportunity for his doctrines there is not clear what extent acting independently themselves by nineteen sixty three and ensuring years anti-british critic group in various political tips began coalescing into larger roy organizations i e supported national liberation front NS hostilities start on the fourteenth for december nineteen sixty three with grenade attack against which is the capture london flight the great killed a woman in fifty of people are not state emergency was declared in aden one such attack was carried out gets REI co moscow join us children party killing a girl wounded for children tax largely focused on kidding off duty police officers on british officers much violence was carried out in crates the oat quarter of item which forces attempted to intercept weapons being smuggled into crater by the f. l. o. s. y. on the dalai owned by the athletes met little success despite taking a toll on british forces the death toll among rebels were far higher largely did to inter factional fighting among different rebel groups in one thousand nine hundred sixty four the british twenty four imp retreat craig arrived to conduct land operations it remained in a in a protector until november nineteen sixty seven or nineteen sixty oy the station RAF moscow was operating nine squadrons these included transport units has the largest number of hope a fighter jets these record in by the army for a tax on rebel positions which they could you sixty pound high explosive ask provoke street riots in asia after the agent police lost control british high commissioner sir richard turnbull the pro british troops to crush the riots as soon as the eknath riots request pro f worldwide took to the streets fighting between british aiden shooting attacks against british forces including the destruction of aden airways douglas dc three which would bunk in mid air can or the it was occupied by rebel forces concerns were heightened garden the ability to give sufficient security british families in the midst increase violence resulting invitation plans for families being sped up considerably following the mutiny or push i'm engaged in gun battles while arson looting and murder was also common which forces blocked off the two main entrances to create
"naso" Discussed on To boldly split infinitives
"Naso F- officially stated stated that duct tape does not work in space so if you start looking at the evidence presented by NASA and you look at the evidence in the photographs the two of beginning to diverge and until Nassau prepared to admit that apply was brilliantly executed propaganda exercise is a brilliant piece of to set deception designed to win the Cold War to win the space race because Hollywood had the ability fit was Hollywood. I don't know filmmakers had had the ability to construct it even in the mid nineteen sixties using the technology available to them it achieved as objective the Cold War was one Soviet. Maybe he collapsed. America Supreme American exceptionalism. What's not to like it worked so from that point of view could say polly was a great success? Some people think that the Orion video is a confession in itself but I guess some people want more. Is that videos trial by by fire that nobody wants to have a look at about seven minutes. Long is a very interesting video because it implies that there's so much danger of radiation in space that we have to solve the problem before before we can send men through it. I think it says it quite directly is it does and as people say Hey Hanami twenty. Four guys were sent to the moon in the sixties. What's the problem they he didn't die? What are we not being told about and also bear in mind that the Saturn five rocket there have been various studies done and this is interesting point? A study is being done in Russia Russia because now Russian scientists Russian filmmakers have full access to all the days that you or I have access to the U._k.. My case in the US in your case and anybody else around the world go online and get access to all the Apollo records masturbaters all there well. They'd Russian scientists are done three things they examined Zaman the Saturn five rocket and said it wasn't powerful enough to launch the pillow. We were told forty six tonnes. It's also not traveling fast enough in the first two minutes of its flight to reach lower earth orbit. It's as if the F one engine which though five of them powering it one point five million pounds answer thrust each were not producing that level of power but much lower level but half that level it's as if it was a fabrication the engine may have been real but could it work a BA- level. We're told it did NEON Russian say didn't because he wasn't troubling fast enough. You're then got be cinematographers. In Russia who've taken the mythbusters program I didn't if you see as I have seen it and it seems like they try to attack all of the things that I would have never even wanted to to to deal with it. It seems like they don't focus on the most important things scout good point yeah this Jamie and Adam on the mythbusters and and try to demonstrate great using little models type muddles that of course those enough light reflected off the lunar surface to illuminate the astronaut as he walked down the ladder thing the buzzer and well they don't show you which the Russians who tried to duplicate the program as Jamie and Adam had done for mythbusters Russian filmmakers trying to duplicate it. I found they couldn't unless one of the people was wearing a white coat and standing beside the model so reflecting sufficient light into the model to be picked up on the camera. There's a fake and then this firing the lasers at the moon who already covered that was being done in ninety sixty to say doesn't need a miracle. Amanda landed on the lunar surface itself reflect enough light check it out Russia's medallions as will the Crimea astrophysical observatory. Would you believe Crimea. We doing the same experiment there. It doesn't matter so these are the any Evans Oh we haven't even discussed the lunar reconnaissance obita photographs we show Apollo landed on the lunar surface with astronauts footprint and you believe it come on if you've ever looked at your house on Google Earth which most people will have done. I suspect if any Seattle curiosity might even have seen your car parked outside. If you'll call has a sun roof you'd probably be able to see it that it had a sun roof and that means you know which way the call was pointing because the sooner his near to the windscreen into the to the trunk that photograph on Gula was taken by satellite was orbiting at four hundred fifty miles above the service photographing through the dust and had distortion and pollution of the atmosphere will seventy five miles of it. The photographs of the lunar landers allegedly on the lunar service were taken by the lunar reconnaissance orbiter using similar equipment. I the resignation of half a meter from fifteen miles away way above the Leila's through the vacuum space and you can see a couple of little pixels you can identify anything is so Nessa blessing put awaking Ray Arrow on it same lander or rover or flag. I think the flag still on the moon after forty five years of intense radiation bombardment micrometeorites dummies no hello disappeared vanished is being consumed by space if it were really there if it were really there on the lesser desperately trying to convince as he really he is thereby producing these ridiculously ferry shopped images showing the landers and when you look at it in detail you'll see that the footprints are as wide as the Landa Alesana something thank 20-foot-high. Maybe they didn't jump twenty foot high but it they're they're they're such ridiculous. Federal Story presented as evidence that if anybody says they are not scientific they just wishful thinking because a lot of people want there to be evidence for the lunar landers because they're so committed to it this they say bought into the story story that they can't step back confront just for a second or two that maybe it wasn't the way we were told. Maybe there were other reasons for the Apollo missions hammering away away. We're told that he was more political than scientific because we can't even get some you know it's been a great conversation Marcus Allen of Nexus magazine next assist magazine Dot Com thank you I really appreciate it to boldly split INFINITIVES DOT COM..
"naso" Discussed on Serial Killers
"Now the scariest monsters are those hiding inside our own minds. Now back to the story when we left the Joseph Nacer task force. They are investigating the death of a female Jane Doe for cause of death was unknown and her body was badly decomposed her head separated from her body before washing ashore, but it was found during the investigation. Jane Doe was wearing soft soled shoes black socks and jeans. She was in her twenties or thirties, and she was found in one of the locations on NATO's list. She was a possible match for number one on NASA's list. The girl from Healdsburg Mendocino county. Jane Doe was initially thought to be Cheryl Carter another double initial missing person. But by may second two thousand twelve the body was confirmed not to be Carter to this day. The identity of this body and her killer remain uncertain while investigators dealt with dead ends and decomposing bodies Joe remained in jail preparing to rep. Present himself at trial on may fifth two thousand twelve Judith again visited Joe now seventy eight years old in jail in Yuba county, while Judith wasn't town to visit NATO investigators asked you to identify the handwriting and Joe's rape journal. She confirmed it was Joe's handwriting. Preliminary hearings began in Joe's case on January twelfth two thousand twelve by the time the trial began on June sixteenth, two thousand thirteen Joe was seventy nine years old Deputy District Attorney Rosemary Sloat led the prosecution she interviewed twenty one potential jurors. When Joe got his turn to interview them. He mocked sloths dramatic hand gestures and told the jury not to worry about hurting his feelings if they thought he was guilty. He joked he could handle it. Joe's cavalier, demeanor may have been an attempt to make him appear cool and competent, but his behavior likely came across as lacking empathy. And emotionally detached from the seriousness of the trial in his opening speech. Joe said, I'm not the monster who killed these women. I don't do that I dated I danced. I don't kill people, Jill attempted to charm. The jury he admitted that he knew dated photographed and had sex with many of the murder victims minimizing the weight of their deaths to him. The interesting thing was that he had seduced so many women not that women kept turning up dead shortly after their liaisons with him when prosecutors introduced evidence that NASA's semen was found on rock scenes dead body, Joe said with regard to my DNA, all that proves is that I may have had sex with the victim Joe turned his own murder trial into an opportunity to tout his sexual prowess. This two points to possible narcissism. According to the mayo clinic, narcissists, lack empathy for others and exaggerate there. Own achievements or talents at the expense of others. This behavior masks of fragile sense of self esteem and a deep seated vulnerability when presented with evidence that he was a rapist and murderer nee so tried to twist it to make himself. Look good throw up a trial Neesa was prone to rambling speeches and improper court decorum next referred to prosecutor Doria HANA and Deputy District Attorney Rosemary Sloat as whores chill also made lewd gestures at news cameras and interrupted numerous witnesses, his flippant attitude towards rape shocked reporters observers, and seemingly the jury you might think that someone accused of murdering sex workers would take pains to convince the jury of his respect for women, but we've already established that neigh so was not the brilliant legal mind. He believed himself to be calling the women prosecuting him whores showed the jury instead that neigh so hated. Not only sex workers. But most women he encountered judge sweet had to admonish nasal on several occasions and threatened to revoke his right to represent himself..
"naso" Discussed on Serial Killers
"I have represented myself in the past many times mostly in civil proceedings, and I've done, well, I've prevailed Joe's only legal experience was in small claims court his belief that he could fool everyone correlates with another possible personality disorder that could harshly explain NATO's behavior. Narcissistic? Analogy disorder the book list of ten the true story of serial killer. Joseph NATO paints nee so as a clinical narcissist who used his own murder trial as an opportunity to exalt himself before a captive audience. This disorder would also explain Joe's self-aggrandizing delusions. It's not uncommon for narcissistic murderers to represent themselves in court serial killer, Ted Bundy and spree killer, Dylann roof are a few examples, it's equally common for narcissistic, serial killers who represent themselves in court to lose often getting life in prison or the death penalty showing on to suggest that his lack of experience and unwillingness to pay for a lawyer was proof of his innocence. Joe said if I thought I was guilty of these crimes I would have had to hire two or three of the best attorneys in the bay area. Even though he represented himself Joe was assigned in advisory standby counselor. Pedro Oliveira's St.. Standby counsel may be provided at the discretion of the district court when a defendant chooses to represent himself a process called pro se the standby counsel must be ready to step into the role of actual council, if the defendant changes his mind about continuing to represent himself, or if the court makes that decision for the defendant, Mr. Oliveros was permitted to speak to Joseph NASO or to respond if others in court spoke to him first, but he was not allowed to speak on Joe's behalf or object NATO disregarded. Most of all of EROs advice on may twenty seventh two thousand eleven nee so entered a plea of not guilty awaiting trial. Joe sent a letter to his ex wife Judith. It was dated September eighth two thousand eleven the letter began with the instruction PS tear this up after you read it the letter went onto accused Judith of working with the police who may so referred to as the enemy. He asked that she be loyal. To her family and informed police that she used to leave home wearing pantyhose and return home without them. Judith, turn the note over to the police and insisted she did not lose track of her pantyhose at the time. She was unaware that her DNA had been found on pantyhose that were used to strangle rock scene. However Judith was cooperating with police and had voluntarily given a DNA sample while Mesa waited for his trial to begin the task force continued to hunt for the six other women on NASA's list of ten investigators reopened a case from January twenty fifth nineteen Eighty-three in Healdsburg, sonoma's County, California. A Jane Doe was found by Gardner near seamy winery without her head next. Investigators try to find more victims and nee so goes to trial support for serial killers comes from audible who probably present evil..
"naso" Discussed on Serial Killers
"Not have enough to convict him yet. Meanwhile, Joseph NASO now seventy six remained incarcerated for violating his probation. His ex wife, Judith and son, Charles visited him in jail. Neither of them were aware that Joe was being investigated for murder. Joe's conversation with his family was recorded. Joe asked Judith to send their son Charles to remove to safety deposit box keys from the master bedroom of his house before the police could find them Judith reported. Joe's request prompting police to get a warrant to search. Joe's security deposit boxes at US, Bank and Wells Fargo in the boxes they found driver's licenses passports, newspaper clippings and more disturbing photographs the boxes. Also contained a black purse ab- Dylan pen and other women's belongings among the clutter in the security deposit boxes. Detectives found sexual bondage photos of Pamela park. John's and Tracy to foia. They were identified because their images had been filed along with newspaper clippings of their obituaries. Detectives connected, Pamela Parsons to number nine on NASA's list. The girl from Linda her body was found in September of nineteen Ninety-three. She was a thirty eight year old waitress and sex worker, and she had modeled for NATO Tracy to foil was identified as number ten on NATO's list the girl from Marysville. Her body was found naked in a drainage ditch in Yuba county on August fourteenth, nineteen ninety four her body had been pushed from a moving vehicle. She was a thirty one year old sex worker and mother of five she had also modeled for NATO. The detectives had now connected NASA's list to four unsolved murders and with strong evidence to back him up as a suspect. They began to worry that all ten of the women on the list were long dead on July twelfth. Two thousand ten Joseph nee so was moved from Nevada jail to El Dorado county jail in south Lake Tahoe, California, Joe still hadn't been told that he was being investigated for murder, but he knew police had searched his home. So we must have suspected he was in trouble for more than a probation violation. Investigators in California and New York continued to dig through cold case files trying to identify the remaining six victims on the list. They also tried to track down the women whose ideals were found in the safety deposit boxes. Investigators now notice that all the victims had alliterative names, for example, Pamela, Parsons, this pattern led them to reopen. A cold case from Joe's old stomping grounds of Rochester, New York. The case was of a serial killer who earned the moniker the double initial murderer. He was suspected of raping strangling and killing three young girls between nineteen seventy one and nineteen seventy. Three in addition to literature. If names there were other coincidences that made Joa suspect he'd grown up nearby visited Rochester around the times of the murders and shared the MO of raping and strangling his victims, one of NATO's confirmed victims even shared a name with one of the Rochester, children.
"naso" Discussed on Serial Killers
"An adult on Charles annual welfare report for two thousand nine Joe wrote, quote, although the wards mental states seems okay in his world, his paranoia and fears are always present I try to get him to go on walks. I will take him out to eat off in. And read together, and quote, the social security administration had a different take on the relationship. Investigators believe Joe to be a bad caregiver possibly giving his son alcohol and not being diligent with administering medications. Joe attempted to sue them for defamation of character. But the case was thrown out because of these concerns in two thousand nine Charles was placed in a group home. This didn't deter Joe from maintaining a close relationship with his son, but visiting Charles in the group home meant traveling to California and Joe failed to ask probation officer for permission before traveling across state lines as a result Joseph Neesa was sentenced to one year in jail for this probation violation. Detectives believed they could gather evidence and charge Neesa with murder while he was incarcerated NATO had a long history of skipping town to avoid prosecution if they weren't ready to move by the time they so was released police knew they would. Never see him again. So under the pressure of ticking one year clock. Investigators got to work on may tenth two thousand ten authorities in several counties in California and Evadne put together a nice oh task force. The wash show county sheriff's off is served as their home base. Their first objective was to match. Joe's journals and lists to real women living or dead detective Ryan Peterson of Marin county discovered the task force's first significant lead Peterson reopened the case of rock scene. Rogue ash and eighteen year olds sex worker and mother whose body was found bound in strangled with pantyhose in Marin county in nineteen seventy seven the clue that connected her today. So was the location Roxanne's body was discovered near a road called Lago nita's number three on NASA's list of ten was the girl near logging nita's. The name of the road was spelled differently. But thanks to DNA collected from. Doc scenes crime scene. It would be easy to determine whether or not rock scene was the girl on NATO's list. The semen found on the pantyhose rock scene was wearing had been tested in nineteen seventy seven and no DNA matches were found, but both the size of the database and the technology for DNA matching had improved dramatically by two thousand ten in the nineteen seventies DNA testing technology required a significant amount of blood or other bodily fluid a spot at least the size of a quarter. But by two thousand ten a system called touch DNA made it possible to build a DNA profile with as few as five skin cells a trained analyst using the system can grow more DNA from a small sample of cells in order to create a clear profile, the DNA collected from rock scenes nylons had been stored at room temperature for thirty three years. So it was not in prime condition. It's best to store DNA evidence in a cold environment..
"naso" Discussed on Serial Killers
"And rapes accompanied by thousands of photographs of his victims all of which came to light where we left off during the April two thousand ten police in. Instigation Venice is going to take over on the psychology here. And throughout the episode note, Vanessa is not a licensed psychologist or psychiatrist, but she has done a lot of research for this show Mesa's obsessive documentation is consistent with obsessive compulsive disorder or OCD. According to the National Institute of mental health OCD is characterized by uncontrollable, recurring thoughts or compulsions in NASA's case a need to compulsively document. His kills and stockpile images of his victims. He didn't realize it. But Joseph natio had spent his entire life collecting evidence building a case against himself. Everything was right there waiting to be found when they searched NASA's cluttered house in two thousand ten officers brushed past numerous mannequins dressed in pantyhose some were hanging from the ceiling by pantyhose nooses throughout the house police discovered an extensive. A collection of women's lingerie, even though no woman had ever lived there. And when they reach NASA's bedroom officers discovered the door locked from outside may so was originally placed on probation for attempting to steal women's underwear from a store in Oakland, California, his large collection of women's lingerie some of it possibly stolen suggests he was a hoarder. According to the mayo clinic hoarders, compulsively acquire and store possessions, often including items that are of little use or value. There was further. Evidence of hoarding NASA's house was filled with boxes upon boxes of photographs featuring women bound in pantyhose and looking afraid drugged or dead everywhere. The officers turned they found more boxes of photos, but the sheer quantity and NASA's occupation. As a photographer presented a problem. It was hard to differentiate fetish photos of posed models from those that might show a crime being committed. But if the offer. Officers on the scene had any doubts about NATO's menacing behaviour. Those doubts were put to rest when they discovered one final piece of evidence alongside a house full of hanged mannequins and photos of possibly dead women. A simple diary didn't look like much. But when officers opened it, they found themselves inside the twisted mind of a serial killer, the well-worn notebook detailed more than fifty years of rapes and sexual assaults later. Richard brown. The lead investigator with envy public safety dumped it chose rape journal. It was clear to detectives that they were dealing with a serial predator at the very least and probably a serial killer. But as they left this house of horrors, they knew they didn't have enough to bring Jody Justice. They took his disturbing diarrheas evidence a start to what would be a tiring investigation. Police needed to identify a victim before they could charge Joe with any of the crimes his journal claimed he'd committed without further evidence nee so could claim he was just writing down sadistic fantasies not documenting his own actions. Luckily, police found a great place to start during the search. They found a numbered list on Joe's kitchen table detailing the locations of ten women they referred to it as the list of ten then it became the central focus in the investigation..
"naso" Discussed on Serial Killers
"Due to the graphic nature of this killer's crimes. Listener discretion is advised. This episode includes discussions of murder and assault that some people may find offensive we advise extreme caution for children under thirteen. April thirteenth two thousand ten probation officer west Jackson made his third unscheduled visit to seventy six year old Joseph NASA's home in Reno Nevada. He found two rounds of three eighty amunition and evidence that NATO was trying to buy a gun Mesa was still on probation for trying to steal women's underwear ammunition possession as a probation violation. So Jackson's discovery triggered nee SOS immediate arrest and a search of his home and property Jackson had no idea he was about to uncover evidence of more than fifty years of violent crimes, the work of a serial killer to borrow a term from the film minority report they had stumbled upon an orgy of evidence. Police found thousands of photos of women tied up drugged and dead as well as journals detailing hundreds of rapes and sexual assaults. Mesa had been on probation since nineteen ninety five. But his probation was scheduled to expire in less than two years in June of two thousand twelve if not for those two stray bullets police might never have caught one of the most frightening and callous, serial killers of all time. But now the Reno police had one more mystery to solve was the list of ten women's codenames found in NASA's kitchen a list of his past victims or a list of.
"naso" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins
"After home inspection related to a recent theft arrest violated his probation turns up some super disturbing shit. Joe NASO known as crazy Joe to to anybody who really knew him at all had a long history of running with with the law. He'd bounced around in San Francisco Yuba city, Sacramento Oakland, also Reto during the ninety s racking up numerous convictions mostly for shoplifting and petty thefts he'd been caught shoplifting thirty pairs of women's underpants. From an Oakland department store thirty pairs of panties taking it from a store in nineteen ninety-five. He'd been arrested for a probation violation and spent a year in prison prior to just prior to August led like he just got out of prison. He lived in black springs with his legally incapacitated. Son who suffered from schizophrenia who we maintain can still you'll guardianship of NASA was born in Rochester, New York, January seventh nineteen thirty four. He met his first wife Judith there in the early nineteen fifties. And they were married for eighteen years after the divorce even though he took off to California. Continued to visit his ex wife and other family in the Rochester area in the seventies. While he was mainly worked in the bay area as a freelance photographer, and and now, let's talk about why he gets arrested for the murders of the California double initial murder victims. So on August eleventh this gets arrested two thousand seven Reno. Police officer Wesley Jackson assigned to check on NAS. Oh, stopped at his home. A modest white bungalow in a dead end street cracked by the Vada desert. Even without a warrant. Jackson was free to rifle through the house on the outer reaches of renewed. Anytime. He chose Jackson went through the routine of saying he was there to do a search under the terms of Nassau's probation for theft from grocery store, then when the officer officer Jackson stepped in the NASA was home, one of the first things he notices is is a pair of mannequin legs turned upside down that had been fitted with nylon stockings. Now, the weird now the grabby nothing blatant serial killer -ee, just a mannequin mannequin's legs. You know, not even a whole manic and just manner. His legs wearing some high stockings probably probably garbled NASA told the officer that he had stockings on the dull because he wore women's nylon stockings because he had he had a skin condition on his leg. And so he just is handicapped and keep them on the doll's legs. We could just take him up on his legs. But then the Oster notices that he's not wearing nylons. He's wearing socks. That's a weird thing to lie about..
"naso" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins
"Lot of different ground to cover today. This is this is not just a straightforward narrative time suckers, wearing take a peek into the lives of two different convicted serial killers. A waste of oxygen known as Joseph NASO. That's one of them. Joseph convicted Marin county August thirteenth two thousand thirteen for four double initial killings that took place in California between nineteen seventy seven and nineteen Ninety-four. Eight four year old inmate a are nine seven three seven Joseph NASO sits on death row in San Quentin today the man who for for decades, catch disturbing rape, diary or rape journal. Prosecutors called it for what seems to be many many heinous crimes. He was never tried for never never convicted of he will likely die of natural causes cues me die of natural causes a since California has not executed a prisoner in the last thirteen years due to a federal moratorium in place in two thousand six on the death penalty rules at the the death penalty in California's is cruel unusual based on the lethal injection method. I strongly disagree. When you hear later in this podcast about what Joseph did got him on death row. I think lethal injection seems far. Humane. Oh, you might feel some pain the last few minutes. Fuck that guy time to share letting them be eaten alive by rats. All suck subjects fifty one. The iceman Richard polish savage to clinks method where he killed one of his victims that way in a cave time to chill at Razzi them. I think that might be too good for Joseph and Joseph is and the only serial killer. We're talking about today another suspect and some of the alphabet murders is Kenneth Bianchi or the hillside stranglers convicted of kidnapping raping torturing murdering ten women and girls between the ages of twelve and twenty eight with his cousin. Angelo Blencoe a Bono around Los Angeles, nineteen seventy seven seventy eight and dumping their bodies on the hillsides north east of Los Angeles. And then he was convicted of killing two additional women by himself in Washington. State January eleventh nineteen Seventy-nine before being apprehended the next day. January twelfth.
"naso" Discussed on Analog(ue)
"My so money and NASO that's like how I safe to buy twenty, ipads and stuff. And then I have one she's just called other. And that is typically like saving for. Paying like my salary and stuff like so just making sure I always have enough money for like multiple months of salary something terrible happened. So yeah, that's what I do. It drives me crazy because it adds like five transactions every time. I receive a turns. Money. It works. It works. Well, for me like that that like segmentation has really what I've always done it. And it was just one of the things I was most worried about when I went independent was the I would and imprison. That would tax stuff. Right. Like, I was just really worried that I was gonna have enough money for is gonna screw it up. Or I was going to be like two tented suspend the like ten thousand pounds or whatever that has been building up. You know what I mean like? Oh, but I really wanna buy this MAC pro just like all by this now, and I'll put the money back. You know what I mean? But but I haven't done that because I've been pretty steadfast in split on my money, and that is like honestly, the the most important financial tip. The I give to anyone who's running their own thing is save constantly for taxes. Don't. Try it just be like, oh, I'll just pay the tax Bill when and tax Bill comes to tax Bill was based upon how much money made. Right. So. Treat it that way. So when you make money a lot of taxes, like as I think, it's very important is a great practice, and everyone that I know that does this never has problems with taxes people that I know that don't do this always have problems of taxes funny. How that works. Yeah. That's very true. So yeah, I'm to bring it back around. You know, this this tippety thing boring. I in in odd name notwithstanding. It's actually really good software. And so I'm pretty happy with it so far, and I'm using one one file for personal stuff and other file for business stuff. It's all getting sinked and everything seems peachy keen, which I'm really happy about there's a funny thing like, you know, like, I con design and stuff different app categories. Had these like wit trends at like why why did this? Why does this happen and for this? It's like why to financial apps us like. Ancient Roman and Roman like structures. Call Siham not call the seems like the Parthenon off and on. Right. And And it's it's like. like what happened that made everybody do this like it's really strange, but like this Bank. Tiffany's icon is just like a. Like the Parthenon. I guess right. Like, it's like a. Ancient building we'll bunch of columns so very very peculiar. But this is what they with. That's the trend. I'm picking out random things today..
"naso" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"Naso after giving back to touchdown lead Georgia coach, Kirby, smart said his bulldog still bruised there should be among the four teams selected for the college football playoff. Well, boils down to one thing. Do you want the four best teams internet? It's that simple. You know, they said at home last year and got to go to the game beating each other up and they had a good football team. Give give that coach cross Sadler of haute who he doesn't wanna play star with us. You don't want play us. It is time for straight talk. Brought to you by straight talk wireless. Best phones. Best networks, no contracts. The loss dropped the BULLDOGS to eleven to they're up against one loss team to keep that fourth position Heather dinners thinks it's a tall order for the dogs to stay there. Everyone in that room would have to believe that Georgia is quote unequivocally better than those conference champions, whoever it might be an if they don't then they go to the tiebreakers in their protocol. And so Georgia would be compared in terms of strength schedule head to head results against common opponents conference championship games sell. They might lose that battle. If they have to be compared against the one loss conference champs. It's going to be really tough for a two loss team that didn't win. It's conference about Kirk herbstreet and Chris Fowler, providing this give and take on Georgia's case all of us watch Georgia play today in Atlanta, watched them. Them control the game. In fact, they were ahead or tied with the number one team in the country for fifty nine of the sixty minutes. I don't know how you can watch that game walkaway from that game and say that Georgia should go from four backwards. I said Georgia should go from four if anywhere to three and no they lost game. And I know it's two losses. And I know they're from the SEC, and so is Alabama. But I don't care. This is about the four best teams. I can't watch Georgia today personally and say, they're not one of the four best teams. It's as simple as that is I as I watch you as you hear your golly discussed this. And this is a it's a bit of semantics, and it's a bit who ought to who ought to be. There is it about resume, and we know that two losses has precluded you from participating in years past. What's your reaction to what Herbie understand what your is tell you what you watched a man is passionate? And he's convincing in some ways. I mean, Georgia is built with elite personnel. Scott. We know that they are an elite team they battled. Bama. They had the. For a long time. I do think that you have to take into consideration though. The results of the season half to matter to some degree that you're giving them a lot of credit for two losses in Baton Rouge understandable today, they played their hearts out lost Bama. But their best win would be over Florida on a neutral field. I think that it would be setting suppressive that would set off alarm bells in the sport. Now that the committee worried about that. Good job keeping politics out of it. But if you're going to put in a two loss non conference champion over a one loss conference champion like Oklahoma or Ohio State and moved them up by the way the over and undefeated Notre Dame team. I think people do think that conference matters. And and that straight talk wireless nationwide coverage on America's largest and most dependable four G L T networks big twelve championship had Texas hanging with the Sooners etlinger waiting on.
"naso" Discussed on The Crypto Street Podcast
"You have like so many fucking like you could afield one order, but it came out as one hundred fucking trades on the CSV. It really is a huge fan of NASO. Yeah, I'd like to see continued regular regulation. I'd like to see exchanges continuing to kind of a by by these regulations, you know, make people feel safe. And I think a lot of the upcoming custody solutions are going to be really important for bringing more retail into, and I was even reading something about Jimmy and ensured custody or something like that, which is a huge, you know, I mean, it's it's like a Bank. You know, No, you you can. can have your assets on exchange if they get hacked and then you're not a target you're safe to. It's huge, really. Well, that was one of the biggest myths coin base forever is people are like coin Bish the most dangerous place you can store your coins like give no, no. I mean, you have no power over your sets which is kinda true, but they do have insurance, and that's something they've had for quite some time. So I, I believe that guarded against hacks against, you know, misuse of keys, anything like that. I can't even imagine what new premiums on had insurance. They're paying out the ass for that mostly. Yeah, that's kind of what I always thought. You know, when I read about that, I'm like, what kind of policy covers this? You know crypto because it's like, how can I? How can you model a risk score on crypto? It's like there's not even enough information that hasn't been around long enough, but. Risk or possible? Pretty much. I wanna hear. I guess I think you were tweeting today. Messy about dumping and when you kind of need to pull the trigger or I don't wanna put words in your mouth because I just heard the tweet, but talk a little bit more about that. You know about your experience going through a couple of different cycles now or sincere strategy. You know, one of one of the things that I struggled with the most initially was, you know, knowing when to sell get it because you you have seen things, go one hundred x, you've seen, you know so much crazy shit and crypto, and especially, you know, you can imagine as guy that comes in, you know, he's got his thousand dollars in crypto eve. He lances one hundred accident. I mean, that's life changing. Now. He's got one hundred, geez, you know, and that can do a lot for you. So you know you, it's easy to get stuck in this mentality that if I just hold on a little bit longer because it's not just about the money, it's about your life being changed. So if I just can hold on hold onto this bag for a little longer than it could change my life. Because you know, I bought this amazing bag. Well, that's that's not that doesn't work. 'cause the chances that you have the next aunt shares which became Neo xfi g or anything like that in your bag are insanely small, so would always preach to people is to just in this is, you know, I'm more of a fundamental investor in this place more to my strengths..
"naso" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
"Can you get something out of it if you can navel-gazing looking Infinity? Okay. But can you turn that into a product? Here's here's what I would say about though. I feel like it. It's sort of like exercise where you can go for a run and not feel the benefit of that immediately. But if you do it cumulatively over a year, you certainly will. And if you don't do it cumulatively over a year, you will also feel that it's not so much that that making space for those moments. Gives you something value immediately, but over time if you don't do that, it will find you anyway and you'll be sorry, missed it. And I think that's, that's, that's that's the deathbed thing is I don't wanna be on my dad that go. I got so lost allusions, very mystical word, but I got so lost. And let's use it in the illusion of do they like me, what do I need with the sandwich? Will I be late for work? The day-to-day stuff? The day-to-day baloney. It's a game today. It's a play, but if you get so locked in the idea that it's all about, I say this all the time, my dad wearing a new hard rock Hard Rock Cafe jacket if we're just collecting Hard Rock Cafe jackets, I think we're not being quiet enough to see what's really going on, which is your feeling on your back in a cornfield. That is, I'm going to use the word sex. That's real sex universe with everything. And it's so much more vital because it strips away in that moment I have to magin. You weren't brother or some or or an Iowan you would just you would what is it that Meade, you're not consciously being anything anything. So this is, I mean, so I bring everything back to magic just because that's where I come from, but couldn't be happy. But one of the things I love about a moment of really great magic is it makes everyone stop performing for everyone else for a second. Because everyone, if we're honest and I do this. I'm sure you do it and everybody does it. We're, we all spend our days to radiating the vibe that we want the world to pick up down to the clothes. You wear the words, choose the way you walk the way you carry yourself. Sit like this. When I'm I'm sitting in my. I put on pants, I'm totally with you. It's like a too harsh. It sounds like you're being fake, but why sometimes I wonder why doing the podcast exhausting certainly listening but also playing me. More right. I'm performed. This is the engaged engage people meet me and they want engaged and they realize tired beat on a plane, right? Like you talk about and and that's a disappointment. But like when we're struck with a, is this your card moment going yet? Just suddenly there's no room for that. When you see something that is impossible you, you stop performing, you stop consciously being anything and you're just open and exposed. And and that that is a really beautiful thing to see and feel to to be relieved for a moment that burden of maintaining facade Ramdas we're gonna talk about Rahm NASO round, talked about when you're about to be in a car accident, you're not Horning. I think that's very true. But I mean, you didn't try to not be horny. You didn't go stopping horny. That's bad. You just had other things on your brand. So when you see a miracle or you see something that doesn't compute, it's a little bit like being naked and cold just for a second, and you put all these other things aside, and you really have to wonder, is the universe what I thought it was because we have all these memories of the universe being what we thought it was. I've done tons of tests about gravity and what this food tastes like and what it's like when you waiver smile at somebody, but really, we're always constantly. We're right in the flame of the moment. It's right now. It's burning right now. We have the data of before, but there's a potential in the moment to disrupt all that data. And that's what a magician does, right? You go and a car crash and Santa guiding, and it's and art. Magic should feel more like the time you jumped out of an airplane than the time you saw. A movie like those are fundamentally different experiences, and that's it. And you know, on stage, that's my responsibility. It's not entertaining..
"naso" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"After the first draft because you felt it was too negative so you, you obviously came around why. Well, it's not that I came around actually. It's just that I didn't know what else to do and it it was just sitting there ninety five percent finished. I don't know. I don't know how it came around. It was just a weird time and and it's it's not as if my personal feeling about the book is changed dramatically. I feel that great about it. So back to the beginning of conversation about how to feel about wide recognition, it's it makes the whole thing a little bit trickier to absorb, I guess. So. I mean, I was gonna ask what it would mean to you if Sabrina ends up on the short list or even wins, I haven't thought that far ahead. I'm just choosing to think about it. You just dealing with the right now? Yeah, I don't know how this is gonna work out. The literary community is a little bit removed from what what I'm doing. So I don't. I don't know if this is just seen as a horrible of a front or something that's going to detract from novelists. You know that this is just some sort of gimmicky thing that they're doing that I'm just imagining cynical mean commentators on message boards. Hope it's better for you than that. Have you are you? Are you still creating? Are you working on another graphic novel? Yeah, that's. I've been pretty focused on that in transitioned into another set of fragmented, and yet it short pieces that will slowly build into what will hopefully be a longer book later in tone, I think so I'm not really interested in going through some kind of visual transformation more interested in like a tonal transformation or some sort of change in perspective or world view. It'll be interesting to see what comes next do not. So I wish you luck, but I'm not sure that's what you really want me to say right now. Talking to you anyway. Nice to talk to you. Take care. Okay, bye. Nick NASO is the graphic novelist behind Sabrina, which is on the long list for the man Booker prize. We reached him in Chicago. Sometimes someone else's successful idea makes you angry. You think I thought of that. I and I would have done it except I didn't. And sometimes someone else's successful idea just makes you glad for them because you wouldn't have had the idea in the first place. Also, you would never have taken the time to carve tiny water skis out of styrofoam, and you don't have the patience to train one squirrel to water ski. Let alone eight swirls over the course of almost forty years. So you have to salute luanne best and her late husband Chuck best for turning their dream of water skiing squirrels into a reality, and you can certainly understand why MS best and Twiggy the squirrel are finally calling it quits on Sunday Twiggy who is by the way the eighth Twiggy since the best started their squirrel, water ski show made her last public appearance that the x. games in Minneapolis and for tweet mom as miss best calls. Herself. This retirement comes twenty years after she expected to in nineteen Ninety-seven. Her husband Chuck drowned, rescuing his stepfather who'd fallen into a river. So luanne best decided to shut down their show. But people kept calling to ask her and Twiggy to make an appearance. So the two of them went back on the road and on the water with a new message about water safety back in nineteen seventy nine. When the best first squirrel pet had just started performing Chuck best spoke with host. David shot ski on CBC's Morningside in the summer and shared the first tweet, his origin story..
"naso" Discussed on Rebuild
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