36 Burst results for "Neill"
Fresh update on "neill" discussed on Lace Out AFL Podcast
"What did you what every time you have to now. In carro i trust all bullcrap affected. He lift stunned me to be honest authority. Actually i literally thought he would stay. But you guys. are you saying mutual. I said here guy said he'd sigh that wrong. And all the people that had a crack at carrow sign that she was spreading rumors. Some false news new stick it up because she was wrought. They've made it. That's a massive cola. They've might on this blood fervent coach. Reinvent himself tormenta game four flags and you'll kicking him to the curb you've kicked into the curb modu couple of bowls and he's back pocket for an on tried coach hype. Herp all i hope. This occurs all hyped becomes as somen. Trump's said sam neill ritual. That would be sensational. What walk i made. The coal is because often ema mill. He was a spot one. He played it to perfection The only difference between an absolute shame on them. The only difference between that one there is a list unless Unless lays gonna sit down and tell me at the at the pub. How much sam i mean how. Much mark meals gonna revolutionize. The club honor fought drinking session. Sorry say mitchell Sunday club pitch. And i conversation we had a mcneil's gonna take applies scruff of the neck and he's gonna hit between the eyes in is going to be good for the club oil. Mike bad one. I am prepared to use any mitchell. John just think the clocks and has absolutely played perfectly end. There's a couple of account lands guy world because it doesn't impact now on the cowden decision or the album with having a win on the weekend which was a great win against she killed up was a good win right wing. High cracking colleges kelton. Have the cowboys have the neck to kill cahrges. Yup just because. I bringing a couch. Look that does not main things going to change. I think last week that he's had the best winning percentage of any coach. Ooh the last six coaches your outside of wind brittany was already doing it for a little. Bit of the mind coaches at that. He's got the best. Winning percentage so often understand why you'd get rid of him for coaches by nielsen. Yi's coaches coming to the they prime after probably four or five until he's got a tame a ranting team that he's.
Robotic Police Dogs: Useful Hounds or Dehumanizing Machines?
"Some police departments are experimenting with Boston dynamics for legate robotic dog spot it's getting mixed reviews acting lieutenant Joseph o'neill with the Honolulu police department is using spot person last they'll ask for water the last for masks these are all things that we had to do face to face with someone and with the disability through the robot but privacy groups warn police are secretly rushing to buy robotic dogs without setting safeguards against invasive or dehumanizing uses Michael Perry with Boston dynamics understands it looks so futuristic most people are applying notions from science fiction to whether robots doing Perry says they're working on those concerns back in Honolulu lieutenant o'neill says the intentions with spot are good we have not had a single person out of said that scary the New York police department started using spot after painting it blue and renaming it did you dog there was a public outcry and it was returned I'm a Donahue
Bader, Carlson HR in 7-Run 4th, Cards Better Gray, Reds 10-6
"The cardinals avoided a three game sweep by erupting for seven runs in the fourth inning of a ten six win at Cincinnati the big rally was highlighted by Harrison banners three run Homer and Dylan Carlson's two run blast Tyler o'neill slammed the first inning two run Homer off Sonny gray who is torch for a career high eight runs no one are not also went deep for the Redbirds Johanna Vietto was in position for his first career win before Cincinnati loaded the bases with one out in the fifth prompting bench coach Oliver Marmol to bring in eventual winner Ryan Helmsley I'm the ferry
Kim Extends Shutout Streak, Leads Cardinals Past Giants 3-1
"What young Kim allows three hits over six shutout innings the cardinals three one win over the giants the right hitters now five and five after winning his fourth consecutive start Kim is not allowed a run in his last twenty one innings Tyler o'neill hits a solo home run a Paul Goldschmidt adds a two run shot for St Louis coach minutes homered in three straight games the preferred to focus on the contributions of Kim is very important or club not just last year and so this whole year and last year too so you know he battled some injuries and you know I wouldn't able to kinda you know pitch for a little bit but you know now is able to make a bunch starts in a row and then been huge for us and gives us a great chance to win every time he's on the mound Anthony DeSclafani takes the loss he's now ten and four I'm Mike briefs
"neill" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Occurred to anybody years ago when we set up Our asylum rules that this would be a manner of abuse. We were thinking, How can we help people who are coming from oppressed countries like Communist China? Hong Kong now? You know the Soviet Union back in the day. Um, that's what those. That's what those laws were four and now they're being used against us bureaucratically by people who are coming from countries. Where economic opportunities lower than America. But it ain't the 19 eighties in central America anymore. Their governments are trying to protect them. Their governments aren't out to get them. Governments are working to protect their own borders. Their governments would like to keep their own young people. As you've heard the president of El Salvador last year complain about and when The vice president of the United States went to Mexico and Guatemala. Both of those presidents blamed President Biden's policies for the massive explosion in illegal immigration. Let me let me before we let you go, Ken Cuccinelli. I want to play one revealing piece of audio from a democratic congresswoman today. Veronica Escobar, who was on the border there with Kamala Harris, listen to how she referred to the city of El Paso, Texas. Welcome to El Paso. Welcome to my community to the new Ellis Island to the capital of the corner, the new Ellis Island. How about that? I thought Alice Island was for legal immigrants. Yeah, My family came through Ellis Island, and we came legally and it really epitomizes the difference. They view the law as an incredible inconvenience that they don't give a flying rat's tail about they When they don't like the law, they ignore it, and they abuse it. And that is the path to tyranny. And look, these are people. These radical leftists are not Like Tip O Neill, Democrats. Tip. O Neill and Ronald Reagan disagreed about how to proceed that they both loved the Constitution in this country. That is not true of representative Escobar and many others among the radical left Cuccinelli, Ken Cuccinelli. Great to have you with us as always. Thank you. Hopefully you have a great weekend. All right. Thank you, sir. Now time for WMD trafficking, whether every 10 minutes first on the five years, Ed Rodriguez in the hottie carpet cleaning traffic.
Winker's 3 Homers Lift Reds Over Cards 8-7 for 4-Game Sweep
"Jesse winters third Homer of the game gave the Reds in eight seven win over the cardinals and Cincinnati's first four game sweep of St Louis in twenty one years I just try to hit the ball hard it got up and got out you know and then when I saw it clear the fence I was so so excited weaker had six RBIs hitting a two run Homer in the first of three run shot in the second and the go ahead drive against Alex Ramos he's tied for the NL leading round trippers with seventeen following his second three Homer game of the season a U. any us were as editor two run double while the red still to seven nothing lead but Tyler o'neill had a two run Homer in the seven run sixth for the cardinals who have lost five straight for the first time since August twenty eighteen I'm the ferry
The Differences Between Barbie Dolls and OMG Dolls
"The barbie dolls own deals are fashion dolls and they both have fake hair. It's not actually real hair. But it's attached to their head and there are different series of each of them and they're both made by different companies. Like for example on deals are made by. Mga and barbie dolls are will manufactured by mattel but actually made by roof handler and they were both inspired by something except bar of barbie dolls inspired by another type doll. I don't bill lit. I don't know how to pronounce it. But that's what it seems to be called and o'neill's on the inter- hinder kind of inspired awhile but l. Laws are like the little sisters of detail so they weren't exactly inspired but yet okay. Now where can you find. Bari allies work. Can you buy barbie dolls. Well barbie dolls are in a lot of stores like targets walmart and well. How much is a barbie doll. Actually well a barbie doll can be about up to twenty even about like if you're twenty nine nineteen dollars
Wainwright, Cards Win 5th in Row
"The card to score four times with two outs in the third inning to a race up by due to deficit of a down the Mets six to five Adam Wainwright battles to revive it to third innings allowing five runs to improve his record to one in three the Redbirds hit a solo home run from here some bait or at a three run blast from the left are not there's no quit in this group you know and we we stayed with it we just stay there and compete our **** off and now is it you know I went to give us everything you had I know he will be very happy but he still gave us five or six bank and that's what we need and that's what makes him so good Dylan Carlson Tyler o'neill at RBI's for St Louis is they win their fifth straight Kevin Millar homers for the Mets join the cheesy takes a loss he's a when to buy creeps St Louis
Harper Hit in Face, Leaves Game as Phils Beat Cardinals 5-3
"Angela catches run scoring single in the sixth inning snapped a three three tie propels the Phillies to a five to three win over the cardinals at Busch Stadium the questions go ahead hit comes after singles relief pitcher Hannah says Cabrera hits Bryce Harper and Didi Gregorius with pitches Harper was struck in the face and left the game the what if you also get a two run home run for bread Millard RBIs by internet and Gregorius Tyler o'neill and Paul Goldschmidt go deep for the Redbirds the winning pitcher in relief as Brandon Kintzler the loss goes to Cabrera both teams now have records of twelve and twelve I'm Mike Reeves
Arenado's late HR lifts Cards over Brewers in home debut
"No one ever knows two run home run in the eighth inning steps a one one tie it leads the cardinals past the first three to one in the red birds home opener the home runs the second of the season for the third baseman it comes off of relief pitcher drew Rasmussen the card is also gonna run scoring single off the bat of Tyler o'neill neither starting pitcher figures in the decision with the purse Corbin Burnes tossing six shutout innings allowing one hit while striking out nine St Louis starter Adam Wainwright allows one run over five innings pitched the cardinals have won four straight and I have a record of five to two Milwaukee is three and four Mike Reeves St Louis
NHL Rundown; Petersen helps Kings beat Blues 2-1 for 6th straight win
"Kreider hat trick by straight losses for the Ducks, losing a shoot out to the Coyotes. 43 Kings make it six straight wins to one victory over the Blues. Wild six Avalanche, too. And over time, the Maple Leafs beat the flames to the one. William Neill. Andr has both goals for Toronto star. Shut out the Panthers free Nothing! The lightning shut out the Hurricanes. Three Nothing. College basketball. North Carolina
Seattle Pays $10000 to Settle Lawsuit Over Homeless Sweep
"City of Seattle pays $10,000 to settle a lawsuit brought by a woman who challenged a homeless encampment sweep in December. Details from Cuomo's Go O'Neill, the Yeager filed a federal lawsuit hoping to block the city's plans to clear the in camp it that was at Cal Anderson Park, arguing a sweep would violator civil rights. Ah judge declined. The argument of the city clear the encampment amid escalating protests and about two dozen arrests eager also saw damages over the removal or destruction of our property. The Seattle Times reports the city agreed to the settlement to avoid further
"neill" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
"I see got humid shelter behind your tweet. that was at the movie ultima national. Yeah it definitely had altimonte in it. It was Yeah the the mazel amazed l. brothers. Yeah that was. The one that was. They set out to make An exciting fund documentary about the rolling stones tour. And then it turned into a fucking demonic nightmare. But i i had a reassessment of olette that That cost the stunts too much. Worse light than you would have it. That's true i read a book. There's a book that was written by journalist in san francisco and yeah turns out that the stones were just awful from the gecko that there was no precautions. Taken that no one was prepared for anything and And they didn't care yeah. It was actually a really chilling account. What was chilling about. I was just how out of control a god because there was no bathrooms. There was no doctors. There was no water and they didn't expect that many people in like hundred one hundred thousand people have many came. It was just insanity no one was there was chaos and then there was his bad drugs going around and everyone was out of their mind. The stage wasn't even the stage was like three feet off the ground. Sam three feet with no security but hells it was crazy. And the and people wonder why i don't festivals anymore scary. Did you use to go. The last i went Was actually an island. Maybe ten years ago in ireland and ireland. Yeah i was kinda cool. It was good. It was out in the middle of nowhere and there was some anymore good bands than expected. It's a nice way to spend the day. There was a good. They had like ten with different things on sure. Hey you had a choice of three things of any one time who your bands. Who will go. Who like who do i like. Oh who your go-to bands okay. My ideal festival. Yeah i need to revive him. But i need little feet with george show nice. Yeah sure. yeah probably headlining great. I'd like randy newman and one of the tints. Randy's great yeah. I don't want them on the main stage. I want him in a tent. So there's just one hundred of sin randy a he feel better about that. He doesn't need the pressure. Yeah he he's hard on himself. I tell you who. I also saw live. And and to my complete surprise they were a good thing. Live as you could. Possibly mentioned was radiohead. Oh yeah wouldn't imagine them. Being a great live ban they were fantastic. Great live band kawai. Wouldn't you imagine that because they're sort of Enchanting somehow you know well they're not exactly Rock and roll. You know what i mean. There's a lot of and and it's kind of miserabilist rock and you wouldn't that be a good day out. But oh my god they were fantastic thom yorke. He has really compelling they get into his own. They're great. i. I saw you singer. Randy newman song from sail away. I think it was on sale away. The one on one year What is that instagram or twitter. What do you do the little movies on. What did i dare to do that. Yeah i'm i'm dayton ohio dayton ohio. Yeah yeah yeah. That's kind of a safe song. I i wanted to do sail away. And i thought oh no maybe not everyone gets. Randy newman not not ever gets irony. Not even understands. He's yeah it's not him it's his. It's a character. He wrote one of the best songs ever written. I'm one i. that song. guilty is one of the greatest songs ever. Do you know the song gillis incredible. Oh my god that's on kills me. I can't get through it without crying and a great song to cover too. you know. yeah it's a sweet song. And and then like i like the last night i had a dream either so i i i had. I interviewed him once for a couple of hours. It was one of the high points in my life What aggressing to. I was listening the other day to it's hilarious and and grotesque i love. La oh yeah yeah. It's a great. That's yeah he such a so funny man and duct to you know How doc is you can leave your hat on. I love that song. Yeah but it's dot com creepy and strange what about. Let's burn down the cornfield. Oh god the list is endless. Isn't it we need. We need five was randy. Yeah he's great. Are you in a. Is that a bar. Do you have a wine bar in your house. What's what's going on in that room. Did you know this is this. Is i have four vineyards and this is kind of the principal. One and it's it's mid summa and The the fines are in full pumping full right at the moment that my cadillac my cheaper over there. So wait yeah. Four vineyards in each one of them has a house on. It isn't the house this is if you if you come to my. If you come to my vineyard this is where i will. I will pull wind down. you'll Liberally well you know. I would like i don't i don't drink anymore but if you can get me citizenship. I might need it. And i'll let you do that. It's getting a little dicey here. I don't know if it's a great turn of events is going to save us. So i don't know how many people do you know many americans who have run away down there do you. Do you have friends from show. Business am that have bought Palatial chunks of property down there. But don't have any no it's it's mostly It's mostly i believe The chunks of property have been bought by people with something co cage funds. I don. I don't know what fa hedge funds our exactly. I think we all need one because there obviously They obviously they reap profits from whatever these things up Yeah are there a bundle of different stocks. Run by a few guys and those guys take other people's money and gamble with it on their hedge fund stocks and some of them make a lot of money. I think that's my limited understanding of it. Well we're in the wrong business we need to. We need to gamble with other people's money Yes i have no idea i. Sometimes i don't even know how i'm getting paid. I just assume the guy. I call he the guy the guy who tells me i'm great and they want me. He also tells me. I got paid. So i i just have to trust that guy. I am that guy round here at any one time. I have about ten people working for me. Yeah and i'm the guy that The kind of guy that everyone depends on. And i have to say there is no money in i. I don't like to tell him that because they're all working for me. Wind capacity right. There is the money and wine. So what is it. What is it about the wine. People i mean what are you is this just a way of you. Servicing your alcoholism. I mean how works. It seems like a lot to do for you. You can just by a few bottles day. You know a sane man would do would do exactly the same mad in in my case. It's kind of historical i have. I have family. I've found out the family goes back to eighteen o five Growing wine and and my father in ireland. That was in sicily talion family. He wasn't he wasn't he wasn't actually..
"neill" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
"That he was rush limbaugh. And i'm talking about rush. Limbaugh was an evil malignant piece of garbage responsible for than any broadcaster in history. Many of us have lost relatives to to russia his show to his way of thinking to the rancid garbage. He put into people's brains he was proud of it. He was proud laughing at the pain of others and causing pain and hatred. He'd loved it. Fucking good riddance. So what i was saying was in terms of figure out who you are. I got kind of off topic there and now just trying to stop myself in the midst of this ongoing anxiety and sort of inability to sort of function and the anxiety of waiting to get a vaccine of waiting to get some sort of normalcy of ordinary. How things unfold and just dealing with the day to day the day the day the day today today of the day the same day i have to fight my desire to do dumb little things man. I wanted to go replace the cartridge on my turntable in twitch out my turntable that can wait. No i messed up and did it on my rug. One of my rugs is coming unraveled. I know there's a rug repair place around the corner here but that can wait like those weird things like. I literally have to say to myself dude. You don't need to do that dude. You don't need to run to the fucking supermarket for smoked paprika. You don't even need it in a recipe. Just because i lock in get obsessed. I think got to go. Do it mask go do it. But you don't have to do that stuff. That's a daily struggle with me. When i'm alone during the day is not to go to a store to a place or do a thing. That is fucking completely unnecessary Going to get a kitten and a few weeks probably gonna call them aengus all right here. We go sam neill the new film another great film beautiful small movie. This is called rams. It's about to sheep farming brothers in western australia. Who are at war with each other over their prized breed of rams and have to come together kinda in the face of adversity. maybe do they. It's available now on all digital on demand platforms and. It's a beautiful movie. I highly recommend this movie. Rams great story and it's so tight. So simple characters are beautiful farmers in new zealand or australia in western australia. And there's tension this family tension Heirloom high beautiful Heirlooms people out of. There's a lot of Goat testicles in this movie and the The handling of goat testicles. Now that doesn't get you in. I don't know what will sam was at his vineyard in new zealand when we had this conversation. And you'll notice that. Because i'm not doing standup you know when i got an audience. I'll keep trying to get some laughs. He was great truly truly a joy to talk to. Sam neill are you sam. I'm fine thank you nice to meet you..
Major storm hits Northeast, more than foot of snow forecast
"I'm Julie Walker a major storm is hitting the northeast with more than a foot of snow forecast which means hardware stores are also getting hit by customers needing to prepare that was o'neill's for ace hardware stores in New York and says it's may hem with people buying most of all by email and let usually so that you can get out there but one item surprised him because everyone is stuck home so they are we filling your soda stream canisters that I can't believe how many people why because we have some snow shoveling advise you to do it for you but if you have to do it get one of those ergonomic shovels trouble technology we do not is really come a long way over the years and those that favor shovels really do work Julie Walker work
"neill" Discussed on RAGE Works Network-All Shows
"Myself and reg and in drexler there might be more of it. They're not many they've all retired. Y'all kind of grew up decided actor age. And that's that's a death sentence for kid that loves space and star trading toys and in making monsters. Stop it it it. it's really in your glutted. Should never leave it. As hasn't i can't stop doing it. And i know i'm sixty eight now has are starting to her. You know talking to a hand surgeon may have to have some surgery done. So i can get another ten twelve years out of this because i had to keep doing stuff so i can Will get health weights. Good everything like that. So there's no reason to believe that continuing worth. So i'm doing i sculpt on my own snub mobile because we can't have insurance or help your so It's a while load on me. But i still love it. It's fine though so fortune. Some steve last question for you today. What is the best thing about being a part of the star trek universe. It's just a real honor and a privilege departure. it's something i will cherish all my life. I you know people will see my belt. Buckle this the the good i which was an actual one from shell finally crummy. We weren't made for for everyday wear. This is a this achieved. When i got amazon years ago. Since one of my belt buckles they quite often and people always stated your tracking as well. They're like that term Back you ike star trek but the real reason miller starter so much as it worked on. Oh you know so. It's really nice thing here. That honor meals say. I was art and something so important. So crowley reports star trek so readily board for one reason is inspired so many great people men and women to reach for the stars. That's the most important thing. In my opinion we could do as a race when race. Numerous according ever almost but it's true is to band together. Go explore the stars. Because we do that. We get out space. Look back in here get small. Drop our differences. We got bigger fish to fry and out there waiting for us it star trek and other shows but really star trek. What's keeping uae grabbing young people. And saying you know to become an astronaut star trek in so we have a lot to be grateful for for star trek into gene roddenbury. You know. I remember talking to jean. Really he. he was nearly four. I mean eastern pilot. jacquards was navigating designed the enterprise. And you can imagine a war two and flying beans seventeen dropping tonnage of people killing people. it was a terrible thing. He had visioned a future where we can finally get away from. Drop water difference. Drop the racism. Aw become when race. United together to express star so i like beating a dead horse acts star trek. Thank you star trek. thank you gene. That was a great answer. Steve and thank you again so much time today and for folks out there who are curious again about buying any pieces we talked about today are seeing of his artwork or learning more about his process. We're gonna have links to everything that steve mentioned a lot more in the show notes so make sure you guys take a look at that up. So steve again. Thank you so much for your time. Thank you for your stories and thank you for your contributions to star trek and film. In general really you know especially ghostbusters ghostbusters. Guy as much of a guy so big shout out about that too. So yeah it's been great. We appreciate your time. Thank you so much. And that was our chat. With steve neal who had some great stories and i urge you to seek out if you ever find him at a convention. We spoke about fred phillips today. And this isn't the first time his name come up and it certainly will not be the last trick fans know him best for his work in star trek specifically for creating spock's ears like we discussed initially fred was contacted by the studio figure out the look of leonard nimoy character and work on getting those ears straight. The problem was every time. I gave the studio something to approve. They rejected it. It was ultimately charlie schramm. Who was the head makeup artist. Mgm who designed the first set of yours that were approved and then used in the star trek pilot the cage and once those ears. We're locked in and finalized. It was in fred's job to cast them each week. Whenever they shot the episodes senator nema had a fresh pair to wear those. Latex ears were produced typically a few times the week as they weren't necessarily the most durable bits around and it started the tradition and star that will continue on for decades but star. Trek was part the tail end of fred's career. And while he did work on the very first motion picture he was unable to return to the wrath of khan due to his diminishing eyesight some of his other contributions and make up included. The wizard of oz house of usher. One flew over the cuckoo's nest the outer limits and many many more tv shows and films and as it turns out fred was also a pretty big sci finder in real life so much like many. The talked on the show. He too was living the dream. So whenever you think of romulus klingons vulcans or any other aliens that appear to the star trek original series just think fred phillips and contributions that he may star trek history. He was a true pioneer special effects and makeup and someone whose work has continued bring joy to generations years after he's passed away. Thank you for listening to this week's episode of trek untold. If you aren't already please make sure you're following us on twitter facebook and instagram at truck untold. 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"neill" Discussed on RAGE Works Network-All Shows
"In the auditorium They would have Contestants come up to the debt and then give the price invest best one. That's how i met bob. Birds famous. Bob burns i was in my guerrilla sue and he was in tracing ghostbusters and i didn't know he was in the audience and i walked out my gorilla suit the next thing. I knew this big grill jumped up on the stage and started grooming me house bob birds. We've been friends ever since it's awesome. It's great to hear that star trek cons of connecting people even since day one. So that's really cool. I saw i sold spock years a plan. The apes prosthetics there because at that time early career and of course. That's how that's how really two major. Because she came over and she saw my sign that and she said you're might wanna call those just pointed years. They're beautiful as she sat 'cause she was waking enterprises back then basically that was a copyright infringement so she called me the waiting and people would line up the by these then act some of people within the german to apply them. We're gonna come back to those vulcania's and a little bit. But i since i let's go ahead. Let's let's create a little temporal anomaly here. Let's go back in time and talk about steve kneels origins. Where did you grow up. Who were your parents. And what did little steve wanna be. When he grew up in san francisco was a talented artist in her own. Right that you did not pursue that career business. My dad was also extremely versatile artists. They also when worked on nuclear submarines at meal at mare island and he did contracts where advertising agencies with his art and he was a model builder to left slot cars. Like i had a real interest in and modeling slot. Cars aren't all that. Stop so impact. My whole family was artist in musicians and Haters sculptors sigua up in that environment. And then later on After living in the bay area so Canedo upset septa. California mahmoud is down. They are Span that's why i star dragon that led to a real interest in recreating things thrown star trek and making aliens in makings marketers and that kind of stuff. And once i got high school Side from a filmmaking. Interest legit also pursued Ended up at the americans. Atro- brown high school transcript quoted injured at that studio. So that's the short story. The real quick story. Yeah he can tell us a little bit more about francis ford coppola because that's pretty crazy for first internship in the industry. You're now side by side francis coppola who had become quite a big name and wasn't ready at that point. Yeah he was. Pat is anyway Ya done Godfather series jeopardy was starting in. So mario puzo was there all the time. I got to have chinese with really day. It was amazing thing. But what happened is i to start of course in love star trek and then i discovered stanley kubrick in two thousand and that completely blew my mind so any any thoughts ahead about becoming an astronaut or going into astrophysics pilot. Went right out there. Lock speaker and i pursue building become sessile correct bill makings are make known films after i got high school. I saw an article in the san francisco chronicle about the american soldier and george. Lucas was just in production. Will cheating x eleven. Thirty eight which. I love that show and There was article and it said copeland him. John gordy they wanted to help. Young filmings euro filmmaker context. So i literally. I call reminded me down. I showed my films to france's own. 'cause you can imagine that eight millimeter millimeter movies on his pull down screens office. You have to realize that. I knew more about george. Lucas then niger. Years lucas had done cage x eleven. Thirty eight four gb. Which was his thesis. There on graduation college in the ran out on. Pbs nice law. That joan Eh just asamera learned a lot about. We'll gifts so been francis. Later as time went on. I realized that he was pretty big shotgun guy but he was a really wonderful human being very highly me very helpful would Give me a ride. Home sometimes. had an alfa romeo sports car which broke down. why five five-year you bus station. Rotate me homes talaq eldorado. I went to parties with them. Grateful dead concerts. I really got included in Family i was always invited. Hardee's and events in mill valley area so He was really helpful for me. Magic ation I got to meet halston clark. They're sitting fourteen. So i got to meet a lot of amazing people through him as results. I've always been very grateful to francis. We're talking here in the nineteen seventies and learning about things like makeup prosthetics special effects makeup. I it's not something that's really you know at that. Point widely taught. 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4-Step Self Care Breathwork Protocol To Beat The Blue Monday Syndrome]]]]]
"It's monday morning here on main street. Vancouver it's dry. It's cloudy and the weather is still an crisp. I woke up at five. Am did my morning. Routine had accord shower. And i'm feeling great right now. How you doing recently. I came across the term blue monday. Which is a name given to. The third monday of the year due to the combination of both christmas blues chord dark nights at least here in the northern hemisphere dismal results from the new year's resolutions that some of us have set and the arrival of unpaid credit card bills entered offered all in most parts of the word were still in a lockdown socially isolated mentally stimulated because of all the social media apps and there's a mass hysteria about the virus. And i know that it is very hard for most people around the world to deal with. And that's why i decided to put together a four part breath work protocol for you to try out. It is guaranteed to make you feel better. Promise me that you'll do this. And then you will reach out to me to give me some feedback. I want how it went for you. And how you fared after your promise. Now before we get started. I wanted to give a shoutout to magda who reached out to me with an email a few days back. And here's what you said jay. I started listening to your podcast. After i was recovering. From my niece edgy in may two thousand and twenty. Your show was my one. Stop shop to all things spiritual and bronzed on from there. Researching and learning about all sorts of different topics is much of wealth of knowledge from your shows. Many thanks for shedding it. All with us mukta. Thanks mugged up so glad that you get value from our shows and i appreciate you listening. I also wanted to quickly answer this. One question from kendall christine from our podcast. Facebook group is asked me this question. If someone's typical unconscious breeding Is impacted by trauma. How does one this store regular breathing patterns without actively making the self conscious and aware of their red twenty four by seven. And that's a great question and there are many ways to look at it. A simple way to look at it is when we expedient drama of any kind it creates an emotional signature that is stored inside our body as it a minor for us to avoid experiencing similar negative experiences in the future. It makes sense right so the body wants you to a wide. Negative expedients are another drama. Potentially in the future in so it's sort of adding a minder. Storing it in the body and this dramatic expedients how you breathe because we're always on the lookout for danger. Something suspicious on a stimulant that can lead to eight relapse off that same expedients typically when we breathe shallowly at his breathing only to the chest and not all the way down to your belly were unconsciously on a state of alert our fight or flight which is associated with high stress levels. High blood pressure and constricted blood vessels by learning how to correct our breathing consciously breathing diaphragm medically and breathing nearly through the nose rather than through the mouth. Were training our body to relax and active the rest and digest system. Initially you're doing it consciously but then over a period of time it becomes unconscious now. This breath work along with visualization and mantras and some journaling and other practices can slowly but surely release the health drama. So that your body is convinced that there is no danger and that you can breathe fully and easily just like any other habit through practice through repetition and self love you will unconsciously start breathing correctly in a way that supports your health and white daddy. For example at night. I is small piece of tip o'neill like a three m. micro poor small tape on my lips. Go train myself to breathe through my nose. Evil while i'm sleeping. I've endured that to snore sometimes at night and this advice from the book breath by james nestor has really helped. Correct my nocturnal breathing. Batons but again. Sometimes good habits can take time to farm and you need to shower yourself with self love index small steps baby steps because that will make all the difference. I hope that makes sense scandal. Thanks for asking me that question. And with that being said let us begin with our four step breath work protocol step one do and bianca younger literally means self love and it is an ira vedic self-care practice of oil massaging yourself to balance your dossiers. Relax nova system and make your skin glow. There are many ways to do this and some can take one or two hours. But i'm gonna give you the short and simple method. That will take about ten to fifteen minutes. Firstly
MLB reclassifies Negro Leagues as major league
"It means stats and records of thirty four hundred black players will count in the major leagues the Negro league started to dissolve a year after Jackie Robinson became MLB's first black player with the Brooklyn Dodgers in nineteen forty seven the late Buck o'neil played for the Kansas city monarchs he told the AP in two thousand five about Negro league exhibition games with Major League white players and the extra motivation we stress that single and a double man that double into a triple we stole home now o'neill and other players are considered major leaguers we dad in Europe fighting prejudice aha will walk to and we come back home and we segregated it wouldn't pass the Negro leagues were founded one hundred years ago I'm a Donahue
First shipment of COVID-19 vaccine arrives in Seattle
"Vaccine arrived at Harborview in Seattle this morning. The box filled with hundreds of vials will make thousands of doses with thick blue gloves to protect his hands. You W Medical Center Chief Pharmacy Officer Steve Fujioka opened the box filled with vaccine. And dry ice, Gonna go ahead and load that in our ultra cold freezer. Several us will reload with dry ice because they recommend reloaded it when you receive it, because it's been out of their ultra cold for a while. It's good for five days. The first batch of Pfizer vaccines will be split between the UW's Harborview Northwest and Valley Medical centers. A similar scene at hospital systems across the state. Health care workers get the first doses, followed by people living in long term care and those over 65 or with him. Conditions in the weeks ahead, Charlie Harder come. O'Neill's Washington has
Hip-hop's history with mental health in Black communities
"TV. Here's a conversation you might remember. I think it's important for us to have conversations about, you know, open conversations about mental health, especially with me. Being black because we never had therapists in the black community. We never approached like taking medication with Kanye West on the show, Jimmy Kimmel live. He's talking about how mental health and simply talking about it. Has a stigma in black communities and their numbers to back that up. In one study out of the United States, 63% of black respondents said that talking about mental health was a sign of weakness and You could see the stigma reflected in hip hop and rap. Mark Anthony Neal is the James B. Duke professor of African and African American studies at Duke University. He's also the co editor of That's the Joint the Hip hop Studies. Reader. So before we get going heads up with this conversation includes topics of depression and suicide, which may be triggering to some professor Neill joined me to talk more about hip hop's long history with the topic of mental health and mental illness. Fester. Neil, Thanks so much for making the time today. Thanks for having me It's a pleasure, So I have a whole lot to get with you today. But just let's start very broadly. How would you describe hip hop's overall track record when it comes to mental health and mental illness? You know, I think hip hop reflects where the conversations about mental health are with black communities More broadly, and particularly with black men s 01 of the real breakthrough was in recent years was, you know Jay Z's 444 You know his own kind of bourgeois way. It was a recording that talked about the significance of actually sitting down and talking with a therapist, right toe work through all kinds of notions of trauma. And you know for someone like Jay Z. You know, part of it's because now he's older, right, but it's also a break with the way that black men have often dealt with mental health. You know where we just man up, right? And and instead of, you know, seeking therapy, you know, clinical psychologist, you know, you find all these different moments reflected in hip hop of black men basically inviting. You know marijuana weed Percocet? Of course, there has become kind of the painkiller of choice in recent years, And this is all you know, young black men responding to a mental health crisis that they're having in their daily lives, right? And if I'm reading it correctly, What you're saying is that you know what we see in hip hop. Is ultimately reflective of the larger historical stigma. Mental health has in some black communities, and there's no question right and it is not just mental health, right? I mean, we're having the same conversations with in black communities and definitely within hip hop. About just things like going to the doctor on a regular basis, Right? Regular kind of preventative health care are the kinds of things that you know if you feel pain, you just, you know, Hustle passed, right. You just grind past it because it takes up time, right? And time is money and all these kinds of you know things that we here in Montrose and circulate within, You know, black masculinity. In hip hop culture, right, so mental health becomes, you know on their team Continuing well, part of what we're doing here today is looking back at some of the pivotal rack records that have explored mental health. So take a listen to this me cause I'm close to Doug Etch. I'm try again not to lose my head. So that's a bit of the message from Grandmaster Flash and the Furious five relation 82 Mel Mel, who's rapping in the Verses. Don't push me cause I'm close to the edge. I mean, incredibly legendary, You know, line in hip hop. I have to admit I had never thought about it in the grander context of mental health before. Right, because it's rage, right? You know, how do I control the rage of my experience in the hood and all the things that are going on right that you know that are both continuous and cyclical. And and we can't seem to get out of this cycle if you will, And so the only thing to express their some sort of sense of rage and again. We typically don't think about that in the continuum of mental health or emotional health, right? But the point is, how do you manage what's going on in your life so that you don't You know, I have this moment We have another clip taken. Listen to them, But I go in. Not without a fight. See, Every time I close, I start sweating and blood starts coming out my nose. It's somebody watching the back, but I don't know who it is. So I'm watching my back to get her boys with mind playing tricks on me. Classic rap record back in 1991. Hear paranoia. You hear anxiety, You know? What is it about The ghetto boys take a mental health care that sticks out to you. You know what's important about a song like that, you know, unlike the Grandmaster Flash, and here is a part of example that you played You know what we see this kind of outward expression of what's happening emotionally and mentally. This is one of the first songs I think really dealt with the interiority of mental health crisis, right? It's the stuff that might be there what it's probably not. But it's so internalized that I can't see my way out of it on by think that particularly resonated for many young black men listening to hip hop in that period of time. You know, because of this kind of stoicism. That's that was expected right that you have to keep everything inside. But you can't let people know how you feel right. And what's going on What pain you're going through, You know, So you internalize so much of this, and I think that song does a great job of capturing what's going on in the mind literally of these men in the soul. But let's talk a little bit about treatment. You know, there have been Rap artists who have argued that they don't need professional therapy because the form itself because the music itself is inherently therapeutic. Listen, I'm not here to deny anyone's truth, I'm not here to get in the way of anyone's treatment path. What were. What do you make of that? I understand this on on several levels, right? There has long been a concern, but then black communities about what we see as Western forms of therapy, you know their feet. It's not connected to the live realities of what it means to be black in America, or even you know, black and African In the world. Um so I understand why you have been expressions of suspicion around clinical psychology right in that context, But I think you know I fall down on expertise right folks who were trained Clinically to address whether it be paranoid schizophrenia or or depression or or the whole range of emotionality is that they're contribute to what we think of as as as mental health. On guy think there's no replacing that expertise and where, at a point in time now, you know to the earlier point, you know that their candidate need made about there, not being folks in the community. Well, we know that there are in fact, you know African American therapists, right? In fact, they're thriving in this period of time, largely because you know, because of folks like saying Jay Z and another, you know, producing black woman writers and artists. Who have talked about the significance of finding a therapist, you know in their life, and so I think it has to be more of a both in right, definitely finding a community find folks that you can work the would talk through. You know who can be that first line of intervention? You know if you are suffering through, you know, anxiety or other forms of the mental health crisis, But But there is an expertise there that that folks need to pursue and again. Jay Z was so critical in this moment because, you know, he basically said, I went to see a therapist, right? If I'm going to be the Ogi of hip hop right, then it's OK. Can you elaborate on how a skepticism of psychotherapy could be related to anti black racism in our society? I mean, it's just that right the fact that we have the largest society that has never understood You know the black frame if you will. The Black is first in this country and I have tried to apply normative structures that come outside of the everyday experience of black folks, too. You know how black folks are working through their their mental health? You know, there's also the larger question of the way that that mental health care is connected to generally health care in America and general suspicion right of the medical profession. When it comes to issues of race. We could just think you know the Tuskegee experiments right? And it just think about those men for a second, right to on the one hand are subjected. You know to physical problems because of the experiments, but at the same time, Ah work into all kinds of levels of schizophrenia and depression, you know, based on the physical sense that they're also is not being addressed. You know, in the context of that movement, if you're just tuning in
In a first, San Francisco DA charges on-duty cop with homicide
"San Francisco District attorney Chase of Boudin's decision to charge an officer with homicide in a police shooting was rare. And tougher charges haven't been ruled out Quds Erica Cruise, Guevara has more manslaughter charges against former officer Christopher Samayoa for his role in the 2017 shooting of Kita O'Neill. Are believed to be the first homicide charges in a use of force case in the city's modern history. Jurors will be asked to convict Samayoa voluntary or involuntary manslaughter for his role in the shooting, which took place during a police chase. Bodine told the San Francisco Chronicle that a murder charge isn't off the table. Mohsen Old is an attorney representing O'Neal's family. They don't want to overcharge because the likelihood of getting a conviction is lower. But then if you under charge You know, the communities looking old says the statute of limitations were closing in on the manslaughter
U.S. sets record for coronavirus hospitalizations
"Country is seeing a record number of daily Corona virus cases in, local experts warn This is an urgent situation for Washington state. Almost Charlie Harder, reports the national surge picked up in recent weeks and is leading hospitals across the country to reach capacity. Same situation happening here. And if the bed's air filled with Corona virus patients and staff is overwhelmed. Others who may need urgent care may not get it. State health officer Dr Kathy Lo Fi says hard choices may need to be made soon. We do not want to take further actions that will further hurt our economy, but unfortunately No. If we continue on this trajectory at some point, we may need to be concerned. People let their guards down on Thanksgiving, and this goes from bad to worse, Charlie Harder come. O'Neill's
Washington DC private school parents wonder if Montgomery's school battle will affect their reopening plans
"Question. Who's got the power to order blanket closures of schools? Maryland's health secretary is backing his boss on this one, saying local health officers can't make that decision. It is the latest saga stemming from Montgomery County, which tried to close all private schools before the governor said they can't the memo from Maryland Health Secretary Robert Neill states that quote it is the health policy of the state of Maryland that non public schools not be closed in a blanket manner. Instead, the memo says, local health officers Should consider closures on a case by case or school by school basis. The memo comes the morning after Montgomery County Health Officer Dr Travis Gail's reasserted his decision ordering the closure of private schools until October 1st. His initial decision kicked off a legal battle with private schools and parents suing gales and other county officials. A hearing in federal court is set
"neill" Discussed on Serial Killers
"<Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Speech_Music_Male> Hanes <Speech_Female> was so disturbed disturbed <Speech_Female> by the conversation. <Speech_Female> He <Speech_Female> related to an inspector <Speech_Female> stationed <Speech_Female> at Scotland Yard. <Speech_Female> The police <Speech_Female> started tailing <Speech_Female> cream. <Speech_Female> One inspector requested <Speech_Female> his records <Speech_Female> from Chicago <Speech_Female> and found <Speech_Female> that cream had been <Speech_Music_Female> previously indicted <Speech_Music_Female> <Speech_Male> for murder. <Speech_Female> The Lambeth <Speech_Female> poisoner <Speech_Music_Female> had been <SpeakerChange> found <Speech_Music_Female> out. <Music> <Music> <Music> <Advertisement> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> Cream was arrested <Speech_Male> in June of eighteen. <Speech_Male> Ninety two <Speech_Music_Male> and his story made <Speech_Music_Male> front page news news. <Speech_Music_Male> He was <Speech_Male> eventually charged <Speech_Male> with premeditated <Speech_Male> homicide in <Speech_Male> the deaths of Ellen <Speech_Male> Don Worth Emma <Speech_Male> shrivel Alice <Speech_Music_Male> Marsh and <Speech_Music_Male> Matilda clover <Speech_Music_Male> as well as the attempted <Speech_Music_Male> <SpeakerChange> murder <Speech_Music_Female> on Lou. 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"neill" Discussed on Serial Killers
"Now back to the story on November first eighteen eighty one thirty one year old. Dr Thomas Neill Cream was convicted of of murder. After killing five people cream was finally sentenced to life in prison for poisoning. His lover's husband Daniel Stott with a heavy dose of Strychnine. Prison certainly wasn't kind to cream. His drug habit worsened during his time. There it caused his skin to wither other. His is too yellow at his hair. Too thin cream apparently stood over the women who had betrayed his trust soiled his reputation and taken away his freedom he blamed his mistress. Julia Stott for testifying against him but he was also resentful toward two of his victims victims. Kate and flora cream felt that all these women had put his reputation at risk in his mind. They forced his hand to him. It was Kayden Flora's own fault. They were dead as many appointed out including Anka's McLaren and his book. A prescription for murder cream was overcome by extreme misogyny according to Dr Barrett Bro Guard director of the Bro Guard. Lab for Multi Sensory Research in Miami Misogyny is a bit more complex lex than the standard definition of hatred towards women. She claims that misogyny is actually a hatred towards women who don't follow the standards and beliefs of how a woman should act or behave according to the subject when particular female doesn't conform to their standards. misogynous become deeply deeply hateful. This is why many misogynists denied their issue by claiming they love their sister wife or mother. But that's simply because these women. What do fulfill the standards that the subject expects McLaren applies this to cream in his book and claims his crimes were wedded to a generalized realized misogyny in a time when women were making a well publicized bid for greater autonomy gender boundaries were shifting during the Victorian era women? were making new albeit still mostly underground attempts to control their fertility and were attempting to gain some sense of financial and social independence cream lured in and most often preyed upon women who sought this kind of independence perhaps talking them into abortions. To begin with was away for cream to regain the control. He felt women were stealing from him but once again he was convicted. Control was arrested away from him once again as cream students prison cell for years he became obsessed with only one thing revenge. That desire drove him to do everything he could to get an early release ten years after his sentencing forty-one-year-old cream was declared a fit and proper subject. Checked for executive clemency at last he was free. CREAMY merged guns blazing ready to seek vengeance on Julius dot immediately after getting out cream reportedly hired a private detective to track Julia Down but after searching for many many months nothing came up. Cream was forced to move on enraged that his revenge had gone unfulfilled angry Rian bidder cream sought to escape his ruined reputation once again in eighteen. Ninety one he headed back to his old stopping crowned the London borough of Lambeth both days after settling back in London cream opened a medical medical practice directly across the street from Saint Thomas Medical Hospital. He posed as one of their resident doctors under the new title. Thomas Neil Oh md.. It was also during this time. That rumors of a murderer named Jack the ripper spread throughout London proper this unidentified killer had been terrorizing the White Chapel area since eighteen eighty eight and was thought to be the first of his kind much like cream. His victims were also women and most of them sex workers local to the area. Those investigating the ripper case believed that he might have had some sort of medical background since the killer. I seem to be so surgically precise but Jack and cream made their kills in very different ways. Jack lured his victims into dark streets. By I I offering to pay for sex. Then he slit their throats and left their mutilated bodies out in the open like a macabre display of performance. Art Creams kills. Were less of a spectacle but still the two shared the same type of victims and the same violent misogynistic tendencies tendencies which encourage cream to continue preying on young women. He was allegedly thrilled. By Jack The ripper crimes and seemed to waste no time seeking to match the killer in October of eighteen ninety one a nineteen year old sex worker named Ellen. Nellie don worth it came to see Dr Neil Creamed charm the woman into accompanying him for a drink later. That afternoon in the Wellington pub just around the corner hours later Ellen MM seemingly intoxicated stumbled out of the bar alone. A friend spotted her and escorted her the rest of the way Home Ellen began convulsing shortly shortly thereafter and her condition deteriorated over the next few hours. The woman managed to inform her landlady that she had accepted a drink from a doctor. A drink with a dusting of white powder sadly the woman died before medics could reach. Saint Thomas Hospital. An autopsy proved that the woman had one very toxic chemical system creams weapon of choice strict guide.
"neill" Discussed on Serial Killers
"And once again cream was let off the hook. Only three months after Faulkner's death. He committed his next crime. This time. His victim was a sex worker named Ellen. Stack stack had come to the doctor and confidence hoping he could secretly provide her with some form form of oral contraceptive. Cream was happy to help. The doctor got to work creating his own cocktail of chemicals. For the women's birth control the key ingredient ingredient strychnine the same poisonous chemical that had fascinated him in medical school. What Ellen likely experienced after taking the strict nine pills was an inexplicable feeling of terror? Followed by muscular stiffness twitching and then convulsions throughout her the entire body completely aware of the fact that she was dying her brain would have fully registered. The pain between one and three are- hours later she was dead. Cream is also charged. With Ellen's death. Trud worked his magic and successfully convinced. The jury that creams prescription had been drawn up by a pharmacist. Cream likely had just gotten away with his fourth murder. His head was now bigger than ever before he felt invincible. With a raging drug habit to fund cream began concocting his own medications that he claimed it would cure those with epilepsy. He ran advertisements in local papers and received quite a few bites. One of those hits happened to be from a railway worker are named Daniel Stott. Stott's sent his beautiful wife. Julia to Creams Office weekly to retrieve his pills like so many others. Julia fell fell for Dr Creams charms. The two began assorted love affair that lasted for several months before Mr Stott caught wind of their fling. When start demanded Julia and the relationship she broke the news to the doctor? Cream hated being told what to do that week. He placed an extra ingredients radiant. tots epilepsy pills days. Later he was dead. The coroner talked his cause of death up to epilepsy and closed the case but cream couldn't help but get involved true to form. He tried to pin the blame. mm-hmm on someone else for no apparent reason cream. Telegraph the Corner with a tip. He believed the pharmacists. At Buchan Rainer may have put too much strychnine in Stotts pills. The deceased Stott was taken in for a postmortem examination. They found that starts. Body did indeed have evidence of strict strict nine enough to kill him three times over but how could cream have possibly known cream had blown his cover instead of the pharmacists. Said Buchan Rainer. He was charged with starts murder. The primary witness called to the bench was none other than Julia start. She claimed that cream had seduced her and that he even made jokes about killing her husband. This time mm cream. Couldn't escape punishment. The jury found him guilty now. The doctor was sentenced to life in prison. It looked like his career as a doctor a womanizer and a murderer juror was over but cream. Wouldn't rest until Julius Stott was dead up next Thomas Neill cream as released on good behavior and the Lambeth poisoner becomes.
"neill" Discussed on Serial Killers
"In the summer of eighteen. Seventy nine. Dr Cream met a new patient to prey upon a young chambermaid named Kate Gardner she was attractive. Adventurous young and naive cream allegedly convinced kate that the love affair should remain a secret and the tryst continued for months their relationship was similar to his fling with flora in more ways than one in August of that year. Kate came to him with a confession. Fashion she was pregnant. Shows like before cream was frantic. He took Kate's confession as a threat. He wouldn't let a woman ruin his reputation tation and put his freedoms at risk. A second time cream demanded that kate have an abortion but like flora. She refused used. He decided to take matters into his own hands a week later kate disappeared but not for long soon after she went missing a young couple was overwhelmed by a revolting odor as they strolled through an alleyway. The sent couldn't be ignored. They followed it to a small shed or they found the lifeless body of a young woman. The alleyway was the back entrance to Dr Creams Office. And the body belonged to none other than the pregnant. Kate Gartner creams proximity to the crime scene required that he be called in for questioning. The doctor did his best to Feign innocence. He acted offended that he was being considered a suspect in the case at all he admitted to knowing Kate but only as one of his patients don't think more. He claimed that she'd recently come to him looking for an abortion abortion. And that he'd refuse to help the police knew he was lying. At anonymous witness had told them about kate and creams secret affair. Authorities suspected the cream was the father of Kate's child. Cream denied the accusations. He insisted that the child belonged to a wealthy businessman in the area. That had been residing Haidinger cates hotel. He tried to manipulate the police into believing she taken her own life out of despair once again. His lies were easily Kelly disproved. Kate's face was covered with abrasions. It appeared as though she'd been caught in a struggle clawing at her face in a desperate attempt to breathe Dr Niven. The medical examiner assigned to the case concluded that Kate had died of his fixation. After being smothered with chloroform. It would have been impossible for Kate to cover her face with chloroform. Soaked cloth long enough to commit suicide unfortunately in spite of their suspicions the police could not not provide enough evidence to indict cream for the murder of Kate Gardner. It was all circumstantial instead. Her case was ruled as a murder caused by persons unknown. Cream had dodged another legal bullet but he didn't entirely escape accountability. The news spread like wildfire and soon the local community turned against cream. He lost all of his clients and was forced to shut down his practice to escape his soiled reputation cream moved again this time he took his work to the US where he really settled in Chicago. Illinois twenty nine year old cream arrived in Chicano towards the end of eighteen. Seventy nine. This time he strategically positioned his office near the four hundred block of West Madison Street. Also known as the city's Red Light district cream enacted the same business plan. He'd followed in Ontario. His name slowly began to spread. And soon he was the go-to abortionist for Chicago's working women. His business started doing so well that he hired the help of a black midwife named Hattie MAC but with creams increasing wealth came new vices rumors circle but he was addicted to drugs like cocaine and morphine. Even high as a kite cream would've continued to perform dangerous procedures on vulnerable women. One of his patients was allegedly. The young sex worker Marianne Faulkner in admit August of eighteen. Eighty Hattie Mac arrived at creams office to find a deceased Marianne. Still on his operating table she had died of blood. Loss from what appeared word to be violently botched operation. Had He later reported that the frantic cream asked for her help covering up the crime. He wanted Hattie to help him burn the place to the ground when she refused. The doctor left the body at the scene and returned home to get high. The police came looking for cream the following afternoon. He soon found himself back in court. This time having to fight against against one very brave witness had a MAC the evidence was stacked against him but his fast talking cigar puffing attorney Alfred s has trud pin the crime on the midwife. He claimed that Hattie had performed faulkners abortion herself. After all at accomplished surgeon like cream it would never have performed such a hack job on poor Marianne Faulkner Trud went on to convince the all white all male jury that men like themselves selves needed to look out for one another. They needed to protect themselves from shrewd and vindictive women. The jury bought the testimony and Hattie Mac. Jack was convicted of the crime. Instead.
"neill" Discussed on Serial Killers
"In eighteen seventy six twenty five year old. Thomas Neil cream likely performed his first abortion on his girlfriend floor brooks months later Florida doctor ruled at first to be a case of bronchitis titus but after further consideration Dr Phelan grew skeptical. Flora may have in fact been poisoned by cream. Unfortunately he was unable able to begin an investigation into cream who was thousands of miles away studying medicine in London by eighteen. Seventy eight cream was a qualified qualified doctor. Despite the suspicions that he'd poisoned flora cream had no qualms about returning home to Canada to practice medicine upon his arrival flora's parents tried to get him investigated for murder but since they didn't have a sample of the pills cream sent to their daughter. They couldn't prove she'd he'd been poisoned. Once again. Cream slithered his way out of trouble. Now when he thought about the abortion he performed on flora. He was filled with a twisted sense. The satisfaction so much so that he decided he would make a career out of it in eighteen. Seventy nine cream opened his first medical practice in London Ontario by day he met with patients as an ordinary physician but by night he sees the opportunity to make an extra buck by performing illegal abortions creams charm and approachability now became as best marketing tool word soon spread and in no time. The doctor had a booming medical practice according to forensic scientist Dr Robert. M Kaplan charming doctors hold power over patients who are unlikely unlikely to question their authority. This can actually create a God complex for the doctor. They then get their pleasure or thrill by asserting their power to end or cause suffering for their patient Peter smerek a former FBI criminal profiler places these doctors in two different categories. He's the hero killer doctor who might take unnecessary medical risks to save the patient in grand fashion. But there's also the mercy killer a doctor who convinces themselves that because they care about a patient they must put them out of their misery and it's not an accident. That creams patients were primarily female damsels in distress that fueled his God complex.
"neill" Discussed on Serial Killers
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"neill" Discussed on Serial Killers
"Creams mind started to race. A ringing set in between his ears he had a reputation to uphold. He had planned for a future that didn't include flora or a newborn child. There was only one solution. Russian flora would need an abortion. Flora was terrified. She initially refused which enraged cream in his view. You should do everything he demanded of her. After Browbeating Flora cream finally convinced her that she would bring shame to her family. If they knew she became pregnant out of wedlock not only were abortions dangerous illegal in Canada during this time but they were also punishable by death. There was no way they could go to an outside doctor for help. Cream would have to do it himself. Despite having never done one before cream was allegedly allegedly convinced. He could perform the abortion just as well as any other doctor in the middle of the night cream reportedly snuck pregnant flora into his home and performed his first abortion after her initial refusal to do what he asked any love or sympathy he wants felt for her was no longer there. You're to him. She was now just a lab rat a subject. Nothing more at first floors procedure appeared to have been successful but a few days later she fell ill with fever when she was visited by the family. Doctor he concluded that Flora had contracted an infection due to the abortion. The the cat was out of the bag. Flora's father was irate. Mr Brooks gathered a mob and set off to find Thomas Neill cream toting in guns and knives. They found the twenty five year old at his apartment bags packed and ready to leave for London. Mr Brooks threatened creams life and forced him to return with the mob to Flora's home in Waterloo. The next day on September eleventh eighteen seventy six cream free married flora at gunpoint. The couple then spent their first and final night together as newlyweds. The next morning flora woke define the cream was gone in his place was a note promising to write soon by the time flora founded. He was already on route to the United Kingdom him just as he planned in London. Cream attended Saint Thomas Medical school there. He received an education from some of the best medical professionals. The field had to offer. Cream is particularly inspired by chemistry professor. Dr Albert James Birthdays Days Bernez had recently been called as an expert witness in a murder referred to in the papers as the Vauxhall strychnine case. Silence I barlow. A railway worker was accused of killing his wife with a rat poisoning product known as battles vermin killer. Her cause of death was initially rule. Does epilepsy but after suspecting her husband's involvement her body was zoomed in an autopsy was performed doctors found it unusual amount of strychnine nine hundred body a key ingredient in the vermin killer and Barlow was hanged for the crime. Cream took great interest in Barlow's case especially in his his use of Strychnine he uncovered an article from the British Medical Journal. That griped over the lack of investigation by police at the time the P. suggested did that many murder cases were being closed prematurely because murder by poisoning was widely overlooked cream continued. It is research into the subject of Strychnine by day by night. He went out flirting with women dancing at music halls and sleeping with sex workers. In the meantime flora was still sick the infection she contracted during her abortion had now evolved into a deadly case of bronchitis cream wrote to her claiming claiming to be distraught over her condition. He also sent her some small white pills that he claimed would only v eight her pain after she I started taking the pills. Flora symptom suddenly took a turn for the worse for physician. Dr Phelan asked floor of. She'd been taking any medication other than what he prescribed arrived. She admitted to taking the pills that were being mailed by her husband. Dr Feeling Sensing that something was amiss. Insisted that she stopped taking taking the pills. Flora temporarily bounced back from her worst symptoms but unfortunately it was already the beginning of the end in August of eighteen. Seventy seven cream received a letter from Flora's family. His young bride had passed away in the night. The cause of death was officially ruled as bronchitis tightes. Although some sources claimed she might have died from consumption otherwise known asked burkey losses as for Dr Phelan. He felt something more nefarious various was going on while he couldn't prove that Dr Creams pills were actually the cause of flora's death because he never saw them he quote strongly strongly suspected him of foul play luckily for cream he was more than three thousand miles away and now he was a single man the world was as vice chair and his clandestine career poisoning had only just begun.
"neill" Discussed on Serial Killers
"Thomas Neill cream was a child of the Victorian era born on May twenty seventh eighteen fifty. He was the oldest of Mary and William Creams eight children. The creams were originally from Scotland but moved the family to Canada in eighteen. Fifty four when Thomas was four. Thomas was an extremely intelligent child. He always did well in school and was the apple of his father's I other families who attended school with creams felt that the Thomas was spoiled and undisciplined. His father constantly rewarded him with expensive clothes and new toys. For no reason. Mr Cream also indulged his sons suns bad behavior instead of punishing the boy. He tried to buy cream off with expensive gifts. It didn't take long for cream to learn how to manipulate his parents parents and get away with just about anything. Vanessa's going to take over on the psychology here and throughout the episode please note. Vanessa is not a licensed psychologist allergists or psychiatrist. But she has done a lot of research for this show. Thanks Greg. It's possible. That William Cream style of submissive parenting inflated aided his sons narcissistic tendencies in a two thousand fifteen study performed by Eddie Brahmin an expert in developmental psychopathology. Five eight hundred sixty five kids between the ages of seven to twelve along with their parents. PUT This theory to the test. They found that parents who overvalued revalued their child caused the children to feel superior to others expecting special treatment as well as exemption from bad behavior as the years went on Williams parenting only grew worse. A talented shipbuilder William was promoted in Canada and his work became more demanding. The the new obligations meant that he had less time to spend with his precious son to placate cream. William bought him more elaborate gifts and completely stopped. Reprimanding him at all. All cream grew into a bit of a wild child doing whatever he wanted whenever he wanted without regard for the rules. It's not clear exactly how often cream lean misbehaved but many of his peers referred to him as a delinquent yet no matter how far cream crossed over the line. He was despaired punishment while all Williams other children were required to spend their days working at the shipyard with their father cream was given a free. Pass William Proud proud. His teenage son had more sophisticated interests like the study of medicine. Thanks to Williams comfortable salary. His son was able to follow through on his dreams of becoming a doctor. In September of eighteen seventy two twenty two year old cream left home to study at McGill University in Montreal. It was here that cream became more independent than ever before he started to wear flashy clothes and jewellery grew mustache and devoted. Most of his time to seducing dancing women creams flamboyant nature made him the subject of gossip around. Miguel many felt that his antics were empty. Calls calls for attention for his part. Cream enjoyed the attention. He reveled in gossip even if most of it was negative and yet cream never let his extracurricular curricular activities get in the way of his studies at the university. Cream took on a profound interest in the chemical chloroform. He found it so fascinating that he decided to make it the focus of his senior thesis on March Thirty First Eighteen. Seventy six twenty five year old cream probably received his medical degree degree from McGill. Ironically the commencement speech given to creams graduating class was titled the evils of Malpractice in the medical profession.
"neill" 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. Have we advise extreme caution for children under thirteen. A warm wind blew across London's River Thames rustling the hair of two young women. Alison uh both straighten their dresses and smiled brightly hoping to secure a client for the evening. Soon they were approached coached by a tall stately man well dressed but weathered by time. He introduced himself as a doctor named Fred and asked to by them both for the evening the women eagerly invited him back to their homestead where they shared a few beers some canned salmon and of course their bed after the deed was done. Fred offered them to small white pills to help clear up the NEREO disease. The women gladly accepted the gift and said goodbye to Fred hoping the wealthy doctor would return again soon but only moments after his departure screams erupted through the halls of the homestead. The screams came from not one but two different bedrooms. Alice stumbled into the hallway foaming at the mouth and clutching her nightgown. She staggered toward Emma. Who was still in her room? Calling out for Alice seconds later they both began to violently convulse. Soon it was impossible for either to move at all M. Oh Look Talis wondering how they could have been foolish enough to take pills from a stranger. Emma could only choke out. He's not a stranger he he is a doctor of few hours later. None of it seemed to matter by that time both women were dead..
"neill" Discussed on Show Me the Meaning!
"A good one single rice you gotta. They say never been hired. Raja ours anyone else want to bring up about this movie. You want to go to mailbag. We have a whole bunch of once upon a time in hollywood mailbag to get through since it took austin extra two weeks to see it. Oh yeah i'd like to just take another second to to just say how big of a shame it is that neil blonde camp. What's up not gonna go. Finish your thought for ya. I i was just gonna say that that he hasn't made a good movie since this and he <hes> infamously had i think an aliens reboot go under and maybe a robocop cop one go under i wanna say like he's had a couple of big projects that took years off of his creativity time that i'm sure you got paid well for but we don't get a movie at the end of it so basically we've only got chappie which we all agree is sub par the kids. The kids love chappie okay eh yeah and elysium which sucks fucking sucks him. I don't love it but i'm kind of into into it and i know with as subtle in awesome as political commentary is in this movie. That movie is just a sledgehammer it. It does seem like yeah but this is great though like you know they have that whole medical chair nobody dies in the league well originally it was supposed to be ninja from dan toward instead of matt damon and that would have been cool but then i say that but then he's bad in chappie like he's just not a good actor know who who would it have been originally supposed to be ninja from deanne toward the guy yeah interesting. I think that would have been interesting if he could pull it off at the time. I thought that the entered such performance art thing that oh he could do anything. I mean this whole performance. Our thing is so convincing but i don't know i don't really you know why feel differently after seeing chappie. They're bad in that movie all right. Do you wanna say something austin. Oh yeah so people might get mad if we just if we ignored like another kind of interesting element of the film but <hes> the idea that <hes> you know he has to become non human so that he can realize the ideals of of becoming humane or maybe of striving towards humanity in a better way <hes> but also the the thing that this film does it it couches this this racial we'll satire or commentary within the framework of species ism right and that's something that i think right now is really kind of important on the rise is concerned that people have like how do you how do you be a humanist and care about the world like particularly with the ecological crisis right like how do you care about the world but in a way that doesn't just concern itself with one species and i think one of the things that's interesting that this film does is it kinda. It kinda tries to say that there are deeper connections is that maybe even being human this ideal that we kind of think that we are is actually being post human right like like the alien and human human world can coexist so to speak <hes> and that it's important to strive for that kind of egalitarian rule. I think that's really powerful in this film you know yeah. I'll say i thought about something similar to that and i was like so when we see the prawns and they're getting abused. It's sad but i feel like it's sad because we can see the human like emotions is in there is but then i'm like all right well. It's conditional upon me recognizing a sense of humanity in there is and how much sympathy is there really for this other supers- well then that means that we have to figure out how to how to attune ourselves to those empathic connections outside of just the ways that we you typically are accustomed to like. We obviously like you know this. You're a dog lover to the hilt like if you see dogs getting put in pain you connect with them. You read sadness in there is is you read sadness and a whimper and you experience joy in their joy when they're running around. Can we do the same thing with fish. I just saw fucking viral video of an octopus trying to escape out of a fish fish market and i got really sad. I was like oh my god. That's fucking octopus trying to escape. A fish market is like a dog trying to escape from someone. That's trying to eat a dog or something like that. You know take us a dog. Hey man in east asia. They eat some dogs so i don't know but you know austin. If lettuce screamed while you eight you would never have a abilty again. Probably haven't we gotta synthetically create all of our consumptive material all right <hes> mailbag yeah. Let's do it all right so <hes> we're gonna do some voicemails hit us up at two one three five three four eight eight zero seven or two one elf hut. Oh seven we got a couple of voicemails. These are the ones that aren't too long ready. Let's see what you got wise crackers. We got dalton up talking about in the mood for love we gotta do hey wisecracked dalton from here calling in response to the in the mood for love him so for the first time at the last year and there's like immediately became one of my favorite romance movies ever alongside movies like lost in translation in the before trilogy yeah but you brought up a great point podcast on a ticking time element added a whole nother layer of the film and looking back those other two movies lost in translation and the mainly before sunrise before sunset <hes> they use that to and while hollywood romance movies use that same device device to have the leading lady about the flyway on a plane and never be seen again but then the guy rushed to the airport sweeps off the feet of the last one. I it's just it's bullshit. Get ending these movies <hes> that end with <hes>. I'll fuck like our time but finished up. We can't keep this connection going because i'll probably never see you against those leaves the easy way bigger and more profound impact on me aside from the fact that they're just directed active beautifully. I think idea of a love story ending either ambiguous this guy or or anti-climatic instead of winter climax typically do just overall better film than more people can't connect to even if they don't want to anyway those are just my thoughts <hes> love the show and i appreciate you guys always making me wanna go back to we watch movies and appreciate them away or just discovering movies much less piece be great message. He's a lover too. You can tell district nine kind of had that like we were talking about. It's very that last shot of him peel making the the metal flower is very bittersweet. You know like yeah well. He mentioned lost in translation and i believe sofia coppola when she won the oscar for best original screenplay aleisha actually thanked one car why because <hes> because the movie is lost loop on it's based on for long classy that she thanked active she totally cite your sources when you steal their material right. Let's do another one. Let's go jason with once upon all the time right. Hey show me the meaning crew <hes> my name's jason and i had a question for you all about once upon a time in hollywood now i just saw the movie movie last night and <hes> one of the the small things that i i remember that is kinda sticking with me that i wanted to get your opinion on on the scene in which rectal is sitting on the western set with the little girl actor and both reading their books now the little girl is reading a book about walt disney me and she proclaims walt disney to be a genius and a visionary and then asks rick what book he's reading and he's reading a western about a character mr who is undergoing a very similar arc the brick himself in this movie and so i was wondering and then the little girl then says well that sounds like an amazing story so i was wondering what is quentin tarantino saying if anything about possibly the studio system today about how walt disney movies are are has taken over kind of every corner of the box office especially this summer the <hes> with lion king and the latin and <hes> spiderman and i'm wondering as tarantino saying that maybe both his smaller character driven movie and the big studio movies can co exist in a world and there's an audience for both of them and they can both be appreciated and they're not mutually exclusive or maybe he kind of patting himself on the back and putting himself alongside the visionary status of walt disney <hes>. That's just one of the takeaways i had and i'm curious. <hes> <hes> what you guys think love. The show can't wait to hear by dude good cash jason jason goody good voicemail but i i think you're wrong. I think that this is all he was saying with. That was <hes> humming. Okay yeah this reference in walt disney. I love him okay. I got to put but this reference this cowboy books cool. I is cool and other people might have school. What other cool stuff do i like. What's on my bookshelf. Oh yeah i'm gonna put that in the thing you know. People might think that that's cool. That's my opinion hater ryan. I'ma tarintino lover hard love because right now a slump the biggest slump of his career man he's just masturbating on celluloid and then calling it art. I don't know i love a little bit masturbation onto some celluloid because i thought it's fantastic right me too fucking loved it bro and i'd fucking love it or just like what was that movie and i think that this voicemail is absolutely tarantino because what happens is her attention. She puts the book down and she gets invested than in rick dalton's book and into rick dalton himself and then she becomes <hes> like a fan of him in the fucking cried when she said that some of the best acting that's the best acting i've ever seen and that look in dalton's face. You're just like oh my god so i would say that tarantino actually trying to vindicate his own approach against the kind of monopolizing studio radio system of disney by the way shout. We have a bad ass video that i hope to do the research on <hes> precisely on this on platform capitalism on otherwise crack channels so if you haven't seen it check that one out yeah. I'd like to think that there's relevancy here. The one thing i would say is that he does tell this girl that if you don't understand what it's like to be washed up you're going to experience it karoo which i don't think it's really gonna apply to disney because his i i mean i don't know i believe that so long as there are movies there's going to be disney probably for the foreseeable able future there yeah the but i have sixty percent of the market but i love the idea of did the fresh face new girl obsessed with disney who owns the box office now <hes> contrasted with the old guard western guy which used to dominate the box office back in the day great shit <hes> <hes> all all right <hes>. Let's go into the mailbag so hit us up movies at wisecracked dot c._o. Dot com dot c._o. Did you did you guys see lion king. Did you know a latin no i've i've skipped saw though i just want to have that i can catch up on on all these remakes and shit like that..
"neill" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"That is Ben Neill the trumpeter and composer and improviser entre did from his album horizon all been rarely plays a trumpet that you would recognize as a trumpet. He usually plays the instrument. He invented back in the eighties called the mutant trumpet, which has three bells rather than the usual one has a trombone slide and is a Midi connected instruments. So it it controls computer as well. And that's what you heard in that piece called entre. Before that, we heard Brooklyn machine a work that sounds like it might have been electronically altered from trumpeter, Steph Richards. But in fact, was it seems a completely acoustic work. There was some strange sounds coming from the piano, but that can be done by preparing the piano, and the odd sounds coming from her trumpet came from the fact that she had taken one of the parts off the off the instrument and had miked Canal the street open pipe is as well the as name the of bell that piece where the by sound the normally quartet comes out called and was New York United, rapidly kind of fiddling jazz in the stereo and electron mix IX between and those a two little microphones, hip hop production, perhaps and we began that all set coming together with some music in from this the drummer quartet and producer whose album CASA also overall features musical from his tours record of one hundred go twenty fifth get street, ice cream no stringed and avenue listen to jazz, and flatbush avenue. you So it's heard a very that suggestion New York in Centric a sample voice album, towards as you might the expect end of the from piece the band which with that bears name, the name New Mark York. Sampson. United starting off Not this edition sure why. of new sounds. But Kassa overall Okay. Let's is listen the to that the piece composer that we heard of that just work a snippet of at the beginning and of the go show get from ice cream CASA and listen overall to jazz the is drummer perfectly producer fine suggestions sometime rapper little straightforward his album for a show is called like go new sound. get ice cream So and listen we to jazz. are listening to And music while there that is has certainly jazz jazz in as part play of its here. DNA. There's electron But IX you'll brings hear some in sampling. lots of other sounds as well You'll figure out where in the title a moment. of the One record of comes the from the central in this bands piece called Mark on the Sampson. thriving London jazz Then we'll scene, hear a work which by has the Trump. lots Senator of other Steph elements Richards going on from her that's record the group as Rick called elective take the neon recorded lights. live And there's in what our sounds studio like electrons stay with music us for year. that. But I'm in John fact, Shafer. it's all done And acoustically. you're listening to new sounds. There's a prepared piano, Allison, and even Stewart, more host unusual of all.
"neill" Discussed on WGTK
"Watch any latino frontal assault me up you have no idea leo again on dong placards okay and i was kind of done with his movie about halfhour into it the opening the opening is effective and sort of moore's un and certainly liam niece in his excellent of playing a sympathetic uh former cop who is struggling and wants to protect his family at all at all costs but they're riding on the train and the ride goes on and on and on and on and on and none of it makes any sense the plot premise is completely preposterous never pays off you don't believe it for a moment and it's basically it's one of those homes also that's rated pg thirteen and with so much sadistic violence it really should be are but the film doesn't pay off despite the fact that there are good support getting roles playing police officers some of the former colleagues the main character by patrick wilson and sam neill a two stars for the commuter it's probably a ride that's not worth the ticket uh let's go to max in sacramento california you're on the michael medved show a uh you're sounding good michael on glad and hope your recovery continues um you know one of the things i noticed her all this and this kind of goes to your one of the previous callers remarks about you know maybe this is way things actually have to get done i disagree by the way i think things actually are getting done but i i'm i'm noticing that people are deriding the uh the divisive language or the harsh language but nobody's actually telling or assessing him as wrong um i've been i've been a pretty miserable parts of the world and i would have to say he's quite accurate no no no there are miserable parts of the world the problem isn't that he attacked the country's the problem is that he is attacking people who have been living in america hundreds of thousands of them for years and saying we don't want people like that here because they come from blank playing countries that's the problem and the problem with what the president did is he is blowing up what were very delicate and advance negotiations to try to reach a reasonable immigration compromise and it was a compromise that would have ended the chain migration that would have ended the division it would have ended the the a.