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"rl stein" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

05:33 min | 9 months ago

"rl stein" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Welcome back to Waddle and Sylvie. I'm convict night sitting in for Tom Waddle. Sylvia's still Sylvie. He ain't changing. This is the second half of waters world. It's where we do the weird stuff. So be ready for the wheel. Weird State and Florida or Ohio going into the weekend. That's right for the R Ohio. That's absolute. Thank you. Thank you. I needed the programming note. I am Wash with water and Sylvie right now you try to send twitch to just follow the ESPN 1000 Channel and twitch. You can see me reading all of these stories. This is awesome. And actually, black and Abdal and I were talking about our memories of pizza hut back in the day is young men. We were all well Children of the nineties. All of us were involved in book it. So we understand the singular thrill joy privilege really? That it is to fill out your book it card and then go to Pizza Hut for your personal pan pizza. So good. This is a new technology, though. We also behind the glass here out of the three of us. Have you black and myself? We bet that you were the only one that legitimately filled out yet. You're probably an overachiever, right? What are they gonna do? Prove that I didn't read the books? How you gonna prove that I didn't read it, But you read a lot of books. Not only did I read a ton of books, I'll come. I'll come clean. My middle school had to ban goose bumps books from being eligible for book it because I was cruising through them at way too high rate. Because you could just You just ripped through a goose bumps book in about 45 minutes, slapped that down in the book of thing, Bam! Personal pan pizza. I thought I had it, man. It's like, tell me that's like you bragging that you could run a marathon. It's like, Oh, that's what you mean. I've been running miles in the snow. No big deal every time suppose book and 45 minutes. No, it's It's an admission. It's an admission. I bragged about the loophole to Mrs Suu. Far as I'm doing the thing right, like I just I'm all thrilled that I can rip their own RL Stein book like this. And then I have the audacity to go brag about it and get myself banned from the very loophole that I discovered. So your daughter wants God wins. The last time we had a pizza hut. Oh, whether we get Pizza Hut! Come on now. I don't remember. I think it's almost exactly a year ago. A year ago in three days in the Miami airport, coming home from the Super Bowl, we were starting today and all that, and I haven't had pizza hut in years and I used to love it and we got a bunch of personal pan pizzas. At the Miami airport. Pizza Hut. Living like kings was the only thing that was opened in our terminal cause the terminals were so far apart that crease that greasy crossed, are you guys so I don't know if you're Hold firm that there is a thing in this world called Rescue Pizza. It's the slice that brings you back during a night out on the town. It's the slice that brings you back the morning after kind of thing. It's the slice today that holds you together during a long delay in an airport. You guys had a rescue slice that day after O just lights. We have pizzas. Yeah, that's perfect is what it is, but I'm like you're gonna So all I have to do is go home and quote, read books and fill this out. And I get a free pizza. Yeah, and she's like, Yeah, but you got to read the books. Okay? Sure. Yeah. OK quiz. No quiz. All right. Cool. I waited until college to not read the books in the language that I already knew to get my English degree. So that was real meaningful for May. Pizza Hut is testing drone delivery in Israel drones may soon be deployed to bring your order to a delivery driver or to your door instead of a delivery driver. Throat techno warm Can I assume it will? That's so This was my question. How? How warm is it and tell Aviv right now, why are they testing this in a place? Right? I mean, it's It's warmer there than it is here, right? Yes, yes, For sure, Like much former. Well, unless it ever get cold. Must the drone is attached to the heated bag? Then the heated bags like the drone and heated bag. Come down. You take the pizza out of the bag, and then the drone holding the heated bag, then goes back to the hut. I dig it. I dig it. Apparently the washing journals writing the pizza will use the drones to drop multiple orders at a government approved landing zone, such as parking lot spaces. And then you will have two drivers than delivery drivers will handle the last leg of the journey to get those pizzas to actual customers. Sounds like a complicated too much too much. This is just just how they're getting started. This is getting the people with the ground, right? You know what they're doing? They're taking away as someone who used to deliver pizzas. They are taking away my hard earned my Ligeti's took up a job because what do you do it? You don't think that I can drive in from the hut to the house. Now I got to go to a parking lot to pick it up and then take it to the house. What is it from the hut to the houses like the Abdullah solo album like that's your very first. That's when you finally broke out of the black of dollar. Wham style band. These guys from the hood to the house down this solo album is from the heart to the house to be a 15 minute podcast the amount of time to take your delivery driver to get from Pizza Hut. Your house. All right, let's get to the game. Get ready to play the game that's sweeping the nation. Public drunkenness, exotic animals,.

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"rl stein" Discussed on Tessa and Elliot Argue

Tessa and Elliot Argue

06:30 min | 1 year ago

"rl stein" Discussed on Tessa and Elliot Argue

"Hey. before the podcast starts Again, if you don't listen literally every week like the. ISLA. However, many of you are anyway, thank you for listening. Always this week is a little special. This is the intro or the first episode. Of our other podcasts yes which is called adaptations awry man it's like working with the best. Anyway this is the first episode You can lose his feed now literally came out on Thursday, we're GONNA play this week for the t episode just to be here's what it sounds like. So if you like this, maybe you'll like the podcast or not and it'll be every other week over there. So this isn't going anywhere. Richest adding more coming. We just have another like project. We've decided started out as a quarantine baby. It did so anyway, hope you enjoy it. We will be back next week with a regular episode. Or something differ who knows? Yes. So wherever the wind takes in. All right. Well, thanks bye. Hello and welcome. To. Adaptations. Awry. I'm Tessa I'm Elliot. Adaptations awry well, terrible there already turning away sorry it, and so what we do on our show tests. We Watch read a book and then we watch the show slash movie of an adaptation of that book and we rip it to shreds well I. I mean I don't I'm not GonNa rip this one to shreds now. A movie to shreds. Yeah. In comparison to a book, not looking at any other aspect of it like quality or anything this wasn't too bad. I don't think this pad. So. What what did we end of reading slash watching the hunt and mask by RL Stein. Now, how were you a big goosebumps growing up? No, I was not like not at all. No I. Huge chicken. Shit, that's true. Are we allowed to cast on the show I? Guess we are now I can I'm huge chicken poop? I like. I'm a huge. I'm scared constantly. You are I the thing that drew me to these books as a kid was the art. I loved the art, the coverage. Yeah and the new covers are not very good other. Not I don't think. Any they're not that great. The old covers are fantastic. Yeah. I read not I did not read this one but had read a lot of them before. I owned this one because I think I got I we read from a physical copy this week. which I think got from I, have a lot of stuff my parents crawlspace. And I have a bunch of books like that. Much of Star Wars books that are kind like this too. And I think that's I just grabbed at one point thinking Oh, I want to read this. I never read it. Yeah and that's and we just sat in our house for nine years. Yeah. Did you watch the show at all? No because. The dog in the front part I part in the opening credit in the opening credits. Scared me. Okay. There's the part where the dogs is in the opening credits. If you've ever watched it, there's an opening credits in the dog's eyes glow yellow and in the Lady's face changes and it's just creepy and I know I didn't do well with I don't do well with creepy now, I did not do with creepy as sorry as a child. Thing. So no I didn't watch it I. Remember I told you this already but I remember running home from the bus stop to watch goosebumps I thought you did it for ghost rider ghost rider didn't use to watch ghostwriter ghostwriter ghost writer yes. Yes I thought you think. Like the Marvel superheroes like no those writer as in like I was another show that was show previous to. This. Show Okay. But goosebumps I remember running home and my mom being like it doesn't come on until four. It's like two forty five. So, Dennis today, it's eleven thirty. So I remember watching the show. Yeah and I don't think I would appreciate it. I don't think I appreciate it as much as I appreciated watching it this time out really yeah for different reasons. But goosebumps, it really is a twilight zone for kids. Yeah, you know it's got that twist weird ending to them usually like this one does. Well. So before we read or before we give our synopsis of the of we're going to kind of do. The Book Synopsis and when we get to something that I say out loud that does not correlate with the show because this was a show. Yes I was a two part episode is actually the very first episode on if you're mentioned that or not but. Getting. Oh. So when I say something that doesn't correlate with what the show says, just stop me or something funny just stopped me. So so do you have some fat? All right. We're looking at the haunted mask eleventh book in the original goosebumps series written by Rl Stein and published in Nineteen ninety-three by scholastic. It has a Word Count of twenty, one, thousand, four, hundred, sixty, and if you read a two hundred and fifty words per minute, it would take about ninety minutes street. It took me a little bit longer than ninety minutes. I don't know I read it in three parts I. Myself, even time yourself. No. I'm going to the next book. So to see if accurate or not I don't. Read fast like I'm not a fast reader, but that's the dyslexia talking to is definitely a book aimed at children. Yes. But there are a lot of big words in it. There are which I thought was a little surprising to me. I. Yeah. It had an original retail cost of three twenty five right now if you bought it, it's like six dollar book. Is it yeah wow holy shit.

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"rl stein" Discussed on RetRead Podcast

RetRead Podcast

05:51 min | 1 year ago

"rl stein" Discussed on RetRead Podcast

"So we definitely learn all about Glen. Angers misses Nordstrom has that's And Cody does try to get Kelly Spirit back from the house. So that's all correct murder weapon electrocution new education. You're full someone was burned by a light, the sort of heat that. I mean when you like boils down. Down that president dies. So murder gender, it's the Ego the evil is using Kelly well, I mean okay fine I guess he said Kelly. There's I'll give theon and victim gender male nope. No males die cody's boyfriend does not die. Sounds. Reading, for hot seconds he does but that doesn't mean it was a hot second Jim. Plot Synopsis Two Years After the first horror cody frazier is back on a now she starring in a movie about her family's time at ninety nine fear street, which why would you do that? Which is shooting at ninety nine fear street obviously ghost Kelly in the house itself have all their ideas of what's going to happen. How did RL Stein This cockamamie Movie they're gonNA shoot whatever apparently what happened her parents moved to Hollywood I guess the jeep housing prices they're staying with relatives how whatever let's discuss characters outdo cody frazier you guys remember her skull blond hair really all we got about her right. It was all that. Kelly told us about her in the first book. More. AUREL scientist assumes we already know all about her so it doesn't provide any more gertrude description. We'll talk about Persia Bryce who's the four child star in a TV Sitcom. Called the trouble and she played Angela trouble. She's a spoiled diva with to assistance she Sweden modest interviews but a complete bitchy snake in person she reminds me of that character Bujak. Zoya Zelda sloshed. She doesn't like fall in with the person who played her dad on the show should be okay. horsing around. Rob. Gentry. Is a handsome actor. He has done some TV acting a few commercials. His Dad's actually some kind of Hollywood studio executive. Marketing. And he's got blue eyes with long wavy auburn hair. He's thin but athletic looking any moves with an easy grace. Boyfriend material over here we have Montgomery who has sought and pepper hair short ponytail thin and tens, and he's a good looking guy. He always has day owed stubble on his Chin and cheeks. He's between like thirty five to forty years old. He is the director of his movie and he's also one of the narrators of the story, but he needs his movie to do well because his last two movies were flops and his last chance we go Sam McCarthy he's the associate producer and all we know about him he's got around being face with tiny blue eyes. And white hair we also have Ernie the special effects dude looks like a squirrel was short brown hair has got cheeks.

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Stay Weird With Stacy Ossei-Kuffour

Unladylike

05:10 min | 1 year ago

Stay Weird With Stacy Ossei-Kuffour

"So stay we thought we would warm up a little bit because We were delighted to find out that one of your favorite things in the world. Is Felicity. So. What is it about felicity? Well. It's a couple of things I think. For me growing up I I didn't realize it until. Now but I was really obsessed with the WB like. The WB. Children out there will be like, what is she talking about and I think for me? I became obsessed with felicity because she was like I mean obviously Carey is stunning I'm talking about like I know are but I think really affected. Me Was it. It was about this woman who didn't know what she wanted, but she knew she wanted Ben and saying it now it's like such an eye roll but I just thought it was so cool that she. Didn't do anything that her parents or friends wanted her to do and she like just dropped everything and moved to New York for this guy and Mike as a eleven year old a twelve year old I was like yes. Hi. I'm this is I'm going. This is where I'm going I. totally forgot you're going here. So unbelievable. I know this from high school. This is Susan this is. This is. versity felicity while. All right. So I'll see you around. and. Just told myself that I was going to do the same thing felicity did and obviously I mean I there wasn't a boy that I was like in love with and moving to New York for but I researched that like the school that they were modeling it after. Was Nyu, and so I decided that when I was gonNA turn eighteen that that was the school I was GonNa go to. So it's crazy to say now and you know when I did turn eighteen deny auditioned for nyu I didn't get in and so it was heartbreaking and all that stuff and obviously I realized I was not in TV show in not felicity. But then I auditioned my sophomore year and then I did get in and so I moved I dropped everything and moved to New York did you also? Like seek out a job at Dean and Deluca to really out. Absolutely, and they were like no ma'am and I was like please and it's crazy because i. think when I went in there I couldn't afford like not even a Bego I think it was like seven dollars an onion Bagel. But I was like for me like walking Dean and Deluca was like walking into a museum felicity just had an extreme profound effect I. Mean even now I go back and just watch the pilot discussed. Makes me feel good. So getting a little bit into your work to words that we noticed while researching up on, you two words that positively came up a lot to describe your work either by like your own words or other people describing your work. Were dark and weird. So I was wondering what those words, those two words mean to you. I think if I'm honest both of those words like. Growing up had a negative connotation for me I. Think. People often thought I was extremely weird and you know I was a pretty dark kid in terms of the stuff that I was into I mean publicity isn't that dark but I was really into. Buffy obviously but also these. Books where like it's just you know murder and incest, and then I think a lot of my friends were reading goosebumps which I was into but then like my sister was reading just rl Stein. So I was like wait what's that and so I kind of ditched goosebumps because it was like. And got into Rl. Stein. The adult books recalled Rl Stein and so I would read those a lot and those kind of just kept my. I think I was obsessed with a lot of stuff but I didn't WanNa read the Kitty Shit. I really wanted the adult books and I fought really hard. To like, trick my parents into getting me the staff and pretending it was a PG and That's just show you the kind of kid. I was just like I was beyond curious like I wanted the content I wanted I just wanted to grow up really

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"rl stein" Discussed on Hysteria 51

Hysteria 51

06:11 min | 1 year ago

"rl stein" Discussed on Hysteria 51

"A say that you were kind under selling out a little bit John. That's outs three. So I left. I left and. And certainly you know certainly asked him to pay his side of the the remainder of the lease which he did, you know the. Clutch your maybe to your breasts. I didn't have a baby. I had an Xbox so perhaps in that sense yes. Yeah, yeah, in that sense Also I lived there. Someone got murdered in the flex. It wasn't great. It wasn't great. It wasn't a great six months or so. Wow is right, so yeah, that was. It wasn't great, but it wasn't like you know a demonic possession which is tonight's topic. Yeah, the family that we're GONNA. Be Talking about the SMIRL. Family says they had a much better reason or worse reason depending on how you to look at it to be leaving a home, then fleas bedbugs. congealed food while. Also! Ran By the way food water. That's great. Canadian say smirl great name. If I ever have a pet dragon, which I plan on having one day I'm GonNa. Name smirl mine is Botha's RL Stein, but that's you know different. Inviting demonic possession by having that last name because it sounds like a demonic. To me, swirls is like that Saturday morning cartoon show. We all wanted to wash. smurfs feed it out. Oh Yeah. Okay Gotcha Go smirl yourself. Yeah, so the small haunting. Let's get into this kids. We are in West. Piston Pennsylvania, born and raised in a bad place to live. They say from Nineteen, seventy, four to nineteen, eighty nine. This is fifteen years. Story takes place. And why is it well? We already told you too many damn demons. It's almost it's almost like the vampires. In Las, boys well, this one just had too many damn demons vampires. G. Oh the movie. Sorry, I'm like slow on you right now. On the uptake man come on, she reference yes, at least that's what Jack and Janet's Merle claim and you gotTa love when they have a I D I e that has the same initial, so we're in for a doozy this week, a little story about Jack engine aunt. And that, so, yeah, that's what Jack say. Rather one was freeloading on them and living in the house. Rent free. The Demon Bastard Man. They're always trying to get fucking something from you for nothing. This story the reason we're talking about. Is it caught? National attention became a book and a movie. Man Made for TV, it's better so. We'll ever do. But Anyway, I just say this might be the first time I've agreed with. See bought on the. TV, does that really count then will not. The burning bed is i. mean that was a movie burning bed. Sheets starring Meredith Baxter Birney. Just, I just watched a made for TV, mini series I. Come Behind The Times here but watched Waco from years back with Taylor kitchen it. I haven't. I haven't watched spectacular. I haven't seen that, but obviously that's an area of interest that we've talked in the past I. Got Up that's an interesting thing to hear. Because Taylor Kish is Kinda like poison to everything. He's been in, so I'm glad to hear you know what I mean. He I thought. Man From the Clinton News clips. I've seen of crash. I thought he really You could tell. He did his work prepping for that is. The way he lost it. And also, it officially ended the argument for me. That Taylor Kitsch is just like this good looking dude who really can't act. I. Never Really thought that. 'CAUSE I like Friday Lot Yeah three times a week four times a week. Something like that, you know my Taylor Kitsch Fan Club board, but no. Texas forever, Amen. Clear hearts can't lose. We got lots of people in this story through their hats in the ring to explain this and there were to kind of of capture. The Demon. Knowledge Ists and let everyone else on this whole thing, so the demon allergist encouraged the supernatural belief in this Merle's while people like clergy, medical professionals scientists in John, stamos himself all offered much more mundane and plausible explanations as to what was going on, and we're going to break down all those Did you say John? Stamos did so though calling demons, not plausible I. Think is just what a demon would want. Don't you think playing their gay? Yeah, Oh yeah, and those demon! That we're talking about they were they were in Lorraine Warren. Known popular. It's my every time. Their names are said. That's my exact reaction. Just except for except for Assistant Ray who is for Some Reason Eddin Lorraine Warren Bandwagon. He's like they were great i. don't believe any of the bad things. Yeah, His family has said he was fucking an underage girl. I Don I use great. I don't know. Yeah he was. He had an affair with a woman that lived with them. They were taking care of her the moisture. They're complacent. We'll get into a lot of this and we have got a lot of this. I just like giving ratio because he. He likes the Warren's and I think they are human. Feces, but that's a different story so yeah. You? Just clarify the timeline real fast. Yeah, you had said that. In the House who is nine, hundred, seventy, four to nineteen, eighty nine. Is this when this the demon was taking? Correct it's when all the happenings. We're GONNA break down for you. Were happening. Okay, because that's the almost the exact to the year length of my parents marriage, so that's. And your parents only power valid and all right though..

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"rl stein" Discussed on VS

VS

03:18 min | 2 years ago

"rl stein" Discussed on VS

"And I think even though it's not always a good feeling with horror like most of the horror movies that I watch even if they're just bad in mediocre films. Like, I can still feel that thing with me at least until the next morning when I wake up there's something powerful to be said about art that you can feel with you. And so I think like after that time of just watching horror for so long in becoming not numb to it. But really distance from the initial fear of like just watching this movie. I realized that that might be a space where I can talk about a lot of the things that happened to me to I'm so afraid to bring out into I can't write poetry about this thing. Like yet. I can't write an essay about. This thing that happened to me. But there are a lot of ways that I can use the politics of horror film to like really suppressed that trauma in the subtext and scare the fuck out of people because I love scaring, the fuck out of people, especially little kids, which is like. What I'm trying to do. I'm definitely trying to be awesome goosebumps anthology. Scaring the fuck out of little kids. But also. Here's here. As well. That's a great quote from the youth. The United States of them kid. So that's just a spite for them. But also, I've been giving them that's more. Like, here's this thing that made you really really scared households shoe less and nothing RL Stein. Did that a lot and a lot of times he was just being ages. A lot of times he was being very sexist. There was a lot of isn't coming out of his work. But after every episode I walked out with the lesson. And I think that's something. I just wanna start working on film, and like how can provide these lessons to us that we didn't even know we need it, or or was gonna come from this film because a lot of people go to horror films, just for the adrenaline just for the thrill. And then you walk away with something that you weren't signing up for and like before I say this my audience is in no way. Like, why people sometimes it's white people? When I want to say some to them as white people. And when I want to say some to him this mitt, but other than that most of the time, I poetry is just for my peoples, and I think horror film can be a great way for me to just folk with white people and just also send them away with this thing like, and that's why I'm so excited about hor, especially like this new thing that I see like sneaking out this Candyman move. That's coming out. I'm super excited about just because like I was excited when I knew it was doing it. But I also got duly excited. When I knew a black one was directing because like I did this whole thing like googling horror films by black women and their few. But they're also a lot of just like horror films with black women in them that are severely racist. I just watched a horror short film that Brin Newsom directed. Have you seen that? No. Yeah. Who klein? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. She's an artist. She's a filmmaker at turns out, and she has short film called wake. It might be like on YouTube or on video somewhere. But it's a great short film. And it's you know, it's like an all black cast like in the south. It's beautiful. I think it's really yes horror. I'm so excited. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. It's great..

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"rl stein" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

11:24 min | 2 years ago

"rl stein" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Wouldn't go toe-to-toe. A Stephen King about politics. I mean, no disrespect to you, drew. But I hold Stephen King. And no regard like I hold hold RL Stein in higher regard. Honestly. Yes, I him and crazy Patty, you know, or the same come on get out of here. As far as callers, go. Oh, yeah. They're the same to me by being your own hero misery pet cemetery. I mean pet cemeteries a great move Christine. Yeah. It begins and ends with pet cemetery. That you're not a fan of his art, John? You're not a fan of his political opinions and salems lot. Do you read horror? Have you ever read horror? I read. Yeah. I read a goosebumps thoroughly and. I just used to be so in love with books that I would immerse myself in them. And I'm I read the dead zone. That was the first book that I read by him, and I fell in love. I was like oh my God. Who is this guy who can spend such a captivating tale. So I read dead zone and salems Lod and carry a cujo and Christine the stand and the shining, brilliant brilliant. I feel now's around portion of the show or guys who have worked on Stephen King, south Sarasota, start to call guy. No, don't do that, please. Yeah. He's talked about side the public's seventy seven five seven nine one zero two five and eight hundred this is when you can call eight hundred seven seven one one or two five Chad caused she'll be joining us momentarily. I was going to the gym this morning, and I saw all hell breaking loose cops. Parents everything in front of Fornell middle school, and Mary Brian elementary school. I mean, it looked like there was something going on. Did you did you did you get out went to the workout? So I went to the world I figured I'd go on Facebook. And find out what was happening. Do you ever? Have those weird thing? Like like was it possible that something like terribly was going on? Did you ever see those weird moments where you think yourself like this could be the beginning of the end of the world. Like, there could be some sort of like virus that just broke out. And I'm just seeing the beginning of it did that run through your mind. Not then. But the next time I'm sure it will now that you've put that in my head. No, I just figured I figured there was something going on. There have been a couple of false alarms since I've been living in that part of town. And so I figured it was just one of those. But then I went onto my neighborhood's Facebook page, and I will tell you what man post after post of parent freaking out because their kids at that school. And they can't get information. All they know is there is locked down. And then some lady said active shooter reported, and I said, I usually try to stay out of the neighborhood Facebook page because I have a forum wherever day can talk about my thoughts, you read it. Don't you? Yeah. All the time you want to grab. So I I saw that it was urologist. You're okay. You got it. You got oh, you hung up. He hung up. Sell it till the sheriff, Eric all you got to get. Okay. So so this late it's going to hang up on him when he goes to grab it. I'll just take it live, dude. No. Speaking of flight three, I got it up. I'll pick it up live stuff. I got I got. Hi, drew grab alive. Yeah. Chad, chronic inflammation garage. Sheriff what's happening, man. Thank you very much for making time, and congratulations to you and your entire organization for the very prompt and thorough response to what happened this morning at Farnell middle school and Mary Bryant elementary. Why don't you tell people what happened how it unfolded? And and what you can glean from this. Yeah. Well, thank you, drew. And I appreciate the compliment is static as I am proud of everyone and how they responded in just storm the school and immediately started diligently figuring out to make sure that there wasn't a threat to tell you. I my heart goes out to every student there that had to go through that traumatic experience because one of their fellow students wanted to fabricate a story that she saw somebody with a gun walking around the campus. Yeah. That's that's very unfortunate. Because we like to raise our kids to be honest kids, and we encourage, hey, if you see something say something and that still holds true, if you do see something suspicious by all means, no matter how old you are you're to pipe up. But to have a girl completely fabricated story wasting your manpower causing how many grey hairs from parents out there who are who live in the surrounding area e get pissed off a little bit right now. No, you absolutely. Do we talked and had several conversations, you know, that I'm a tremendous advocate for all the preventative. And every program we could put in place diversion programs to keep our young people are the criminal Justice system. But when it comes to school based threats I have zero tolerance, unfortunately this. This sixth grader is going to be charged with a couple of felonies. And now going to have to go to the courts do is flavor actions because it's so manpower intensive so traumatic that just everyone involved in it. Terrific truly is. Yeah, it is. But I will say none of us really know what it looks like when you have an active shooter. But I hope that everyone in Hillsborough county knows that if it word ever happen, which hopefully it won't you guys were on it quickly. Your officers were addressing the parents who are who are camped out by the Walgreens there and by the winn-dixie, I think when you when you drop a playbook for Chad, your guy's got everything. Right. This time. No, they sure did the entire response from the school resource deputy bean were she indicated they last saw the individual within thirty seconds within moments after that to have fifty five deputies stormed the campus the way that they did, you know, aviation air one probably they shouldn't have been flying conditions were less than ideal. You you talk about a moment when a sheriff can sit back and be proud. They just they did everything we trained and we trained and we trained God forbid something like this happens. And today they were able to put that training into us and to see the way that they handled this and the timely the time of the entire response. I got a smile from ear to ear. We'll good. Yeah. And it's the best possible outcome to a horrible scenario that nobody ever wants to go through. What do we learn from this sheriff what what can we as citizens, and parents what can we take away from this other than of course, encouraging our kids to both see something and say something, but also. Tell the damn truth. That's exactly right. They have to know that this threat is no different than than one. That's made an airport are on an airplane. There's just a zero tolerance for in. Today's society for these types of threats school basis is no different there. There is no joke. There is no room because you wanna internet, and you, and you know that the anniversary's coming. So you decided to bring something forward and fabricates entire story. And it's a shame because you have thirteen hundred other kids who are traumatized with such a police response when the whole thing could have been avoided if you just wouldn't have fabricated such outlandish story, we're talking to Hillsborough county sheriff Chad Crawford or about today's lockdown at far Mel middle school in Mary Bryant elementary sheriff sorry for the ignorance on the topic. But when you say that the student will be charged with a felony. Does that automatically mean that they will be charged as an adult or how does that work as far as you know, what this this student is looking forward to as far as charges that deck? That's that's not a bad question. Great question. But that the state attorney makes that determination. So we will gather all the facts of the case report, everything for the report down to the state attorney, and they will decide if the severity or serious note seriousness of the charge warrants then being charged as an adult. So that would that would be a determination by the state attorney. Gotcha. We're speaking with Chad Coster about today's locked down, which I again, I can't say enough, and I hope that everybody's saying it to your guys how well they handle it. How throw the hamlet, and you got parents freaking out especially in that area. Where some parents send to be helicopter parents. Anyway, you I can't say enough Chad. How proud I am to know you, and and how you guys hit it out of the park on this one. Great job, man. We can't thank you enough. And thank you for the tremendous support. Of course, now Seth what do you have for sure of Chad chronic this isn't about the lockdown sheriff? I want know, you know, I need some last-second ideas. What do you plan for Valentine's Day tomorrow? We're actually doing it as a family tomorrow will Nikki, and we'll do our romantic thing later on tomorrow's the entire family going going to dinner. So it's a family affair tomorrow, which is still romantic in its own sense. But not romantic that were used to talking about. Everyone. Do you? You just reminded me. I better get my butt out there. Get some Valentine's Day cards are going to be in big trouble. Now, Chad I don't think we've spoken to you since you've taken office officially not just interim sheriff as elective sheriff. Is it everything that you thought it would be in more? What surprises have come your way? Or is it pretty much exactly what you've been dealing with relax year or so. Well, it's it's the same the jobs the same. But it is surreal to think that your community voted that you're the person should be the sheriff. And I I I don't take that. For granted. I never will. It's such a privilege, but it's rewarding. I never thought in twenty years alone forcement as much as I enjoyed it. I would have such a platform to build create direct policy to be able to have such a influence in the community. And and that's the best part. There's nothing more gratifying or rewarding. I think that that I'll ever do in my entire life. Well, you're a heck of a human being proud to know you sheriff cross star. I hope you do have a happy Valentine's Day, and I hope to talk to you soon. All right. Thank you have a wonderful day. Thanks. Appreciate it. Absolutely, man. Great job. Great job. That was nice wishing another, bro. Happy Valentine's Day like that. I love love. So on the on the neighborhood Facebook page this ladies posted active shooter reported, and I think that's heinous irresponsible. Because even if you heard that you wait until that's confirmed when everyone else is saying lockdown lockdown lockdown on my daughter my kids. Okay. Posting active shooter reported in my opinion is akin to yelling fire in a crowded movie theater. You make people freak out. And I I usually keep my opinions myself in the neighborhood Facebook page because my opinions I get paid for them to to six, but I went at this lady. And I said listen. I said what you did is heinous irresponsible. I love the word heinous transcripts are. Well, she deleted. She took her post down because everybody jumped on her like, I was the first, but everybody did you throw a one of those ten Facebook compliments on the backside. No, I did that before seven thirty this you gated today got him in a in a row twenty people. Twenty comments twenty different people have received unsolicited comments on Facebook tomorrow by tomorrow. It'll be thirty. If they've made me feel great. I just I just scroll when I when I take my morning constitutional. I scrawl, and I look for people who seem like they might need a little bit or somebody who's struggling with something I go..

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"rl stein" Discussed on Teen Creeps

Teen Creeps

04:13 min | 2 years ago

"rl stein" Discussed on Teen Creeps

"I triple thing to your podcast, again, just like the request for the their stories paint a strip a cord, and I just remembered a story and the shame and the bears mayor right now. But I'm like my phone call fresh really having to deal with all of these emotion. So way back in the day. I was really all about writing fan fiction. I don't know any of you guys or any listeners kind of jumped on that. But like there was. I don't even know like just a huge falling for like, Harry Potter. So I did Harry Potter fan fiction. I. The role playing for that went along with it. So I in like middle schooler high school, I did the Harry Potter fan fiction role playing board, and it was like all girls. So I made a male character after the guy that I, you know, been obsessed with here's is given this male character his name and come to find out, you know, a few weeks later someone on the board. I, you know with the real guy or not apparently like soft his name found the actual guy. Because apparently, there's not many of this male name around there. He's not, you know, shown, we miss or anything shoot a wink mountain told him about it then to link. You know, like my name was also on the board under other things both. And I get a message from him going. Hey, can I have control over, you know, my own name, and I'm like. I night of embarrassment. You know, fuck off Mike Archer at night, you my bad and promptly did not look at him or talk to them for the next seven years. With seven years later. I saw at a bar and we had a drink over. It was completely hilarious and not as be married. No. Truly remember it right now. But just thought I'd share my. References. Well, as my shame that, and you know, I live I find it. Yeah. I would be able to have a nice laugh at, you know, seven years later tragic. Bless you. Thank you. You you. Oh, I we've spore be with you. And also with you. I loved that. That's so mean that person did that about persons of villain villain acceptable. Thank you so much for calling. We'll do what they're doing in their van fix RPG's. That's not. Okay. All right. So this next one is addressed to Tim Creech. Yay. Got another one ten three from Jill. Hey, teen cre-. My name is Jill, and I just wanted to share this story with you. Because I don't get enough opportunities to share the story with people who'd understand when I was young. I fancied myself a writer, I just it very seriously convinced that I was going to be a famous writer like RL Stein or in Martin. Famous. Ryan not that today, but you way, and don't get them away. And I entered high school. I got a new gym port that pack, and I was weirdly sentimental about the previous Jan sports that pack that have been using through middle school in. So I decided that as a creative writing exercise for myself..

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"rl stein" Discussed on Teen Creeps

Teen Creeps

04:13 min | 2 years ago

"rl stein" Discussed on Teen Creeps

"I triple thing to your podcast, again, just like the request for the their stories paint a strip a cord, and I just remembered a story and the shame and the bears mayor right now. But I'm like my phone call fresh really having to deal with all of these emotion. So way back in the day. I was really all about writing fan fiction. I don't know any of you guys or any listeners kind of jumped on that. But like there was. I don't even know like just a huge falling for like, Harry Potter. So I did Harry Potter fan fiction. I. The role playing for that went along with it. So I in like middle schooler high school, I did the Harry Potter fan fiction role playing board, and it was like all girls. So I made a male character after the guy that I, you know, been obsessed with here's is given this male character his name and come to find out, you know, a few weeks later someone on the board. I, you know with the real guy or not apparently like soft his name found the actual guy. Because apparently, there's not many of this male name around there. He's not, you know, shown, we miss or anything shoot a wink mountain told him about it then to link. You know, like my name was also on the board under other things both. And I get a message from him going. Hey, can I have control over, you know, my own name, and I'm like. I night of embarrassment. You know, fuck off Mike Archer at night, you my bad and promptly did not look at him or talk to them for the next seven years. With seven years later. I saw at a bar and we had a drink over. It was completely hilarious and not as be married. No. Truly remember it right now. But just thought I'd share my. References. Well, as my shame that, and you know, I live I find it. Yeah. I would be able to have a nice laugh at, you know, seven years later tragic. Bless you. Thank you. You you. Oh, I we've spore be with you. And also with you. I loved that. That's so mean that person did that about persons of villain villain acceptable. Thank you so much for calling. We'll do what they're doing in their van fix RPG's. That's not. Okay. All right. So this next one is addressed to Tim Creech. Yay. Got another one ten three from Jill. Hey, teen cre-. My name is Jill, and I just wanted to share this story with you. Because I don't get enough opportunities to share the story with people who'd understand when I was young. I fancied myself a writer, I just it very seriously convinced that I was going to be a famous writer like RL Stein or in Martin. Famous. Ryan not that today, but you way, and don't get them away. And I entered high school. I got a new gym port that pack, and I was weirdly sentimental about the previous Jan sports that pack that have been using through middle school in. So I decided that as a creative writing exercise for myself..

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"rl stein" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

07:17 min | 2 years ago

"rl stein" Discussed on KTOK

"Insurers a rocket-propelled grenade. Tomorrow off to the shoulder. I was discharged from the army, and I've been working with products since two thousand seven to be severely wounded a lot of guys have post traumatic stress disorder being able to share your story. Kind of helps you wrap your mind around. What did happen over there? My name is Laurie and yes, I do suffer from post myself. Don't suffer in silence, contact wounded warrior project dot org. So. Oklahoma's first news. Good morning from NewsRadio one thousand Kennedy. Okay. You know, our Elstein is the creator of the goosebumps series. Both the books and now the movie goosebumps, too, which is out on Blu Ray, tea and DVD with digital bonus features tomorrow morning is when it's officially released RL Stein is joining us now NewsRadio one thousand Katie. Okay. RL? What was the primary motivation for creating goosebumps in the first place. I think greed and stupidity. Oh, usually my main motivation. So there I was back. This is nineteen ninety two. And I was doing a series for teenagers. Scary series called fear street. We were killing off teenagers every book, and a my enders came to me and said, you know, no one has ever done a scary book series for seven to twelve year olds we should try one. And I said, no, I don't want to that's the kind of business. Goosebumps. Right. And then they talked me into it. And we, you know. Luckily, no one ever listens to me. And we brought out a few and they just took off. It was some kind of weird crazy miracle. Well, I I wanna say you are responsible for getting young men to read a long before you know, any any Harry Potter author came along. Yes. Well, ninety two I you know, it's been twenty six years of goosebumps. And I'm very proud when we started writing these books, we figured girls would read them. We never really figured boys. The the ruins children's publishing was girls. Read and boys. Don't. Yeah. And then when goosebumps came out the fan mail started coming in and it was fifty percent from boys we had boys and girls. So I'm very proud of that very proud of all the all the kids that we, you know, the main point of goosebumps visit to terrify kids, get them to read. Well, and you do it with compelling stories that they can relate to how do you do that? I that's my basic mental level. Here's. Well, I mean, I this is we're talking to RL Stein, the creator of goosebumps, and we're also celebrating goosebumps to on Blu Ray, tea and DVD which is out now with bonus features, and it's really come a long long way. But you kind of missed my generation, but I remember being that boy who didn't wanna read I wanted to do. And it wasn't until I got older maybe beyond the goosebumps age that I I really started embracing the joy of reading, and I wish that I had had something like like goosebumps in my day. Well, we were lucky we got up. We got the nineties kids. I love the ninety s we just captured that ninety generation really great thing. Well in goosebumps to can you give us what it's all about. What can we expect to see? And is it good for the whole family? Yeah. Basically, it is a lot of my early readers like in their thirties. Now right neighboring their kids. So we get the thirty five year olds. And we get the seven year olds we have to audiences for the film. So the film really is for the whole family, and it's about mainly sloppy. The dummy comes to life, and then brings all of Halloween to life all the pumpkins. Jack lanterns all the costumes in the store all the witch costumes that ghosts brings everything to life and terrorizing a town in these three kids have to find a way to stop sloppy RL Stein is with us and. I hope it doesn't offend our local hero Darcy Lynn who just won the America's got talent for being a ventriloquist. I don't know. I some people. I don't know why. I don't really get it. Ventriloquist's? Dummies just scary. Just funny. People are terrified by I get so much mail saying, oh, I'm terrified of dolls. Now. I'm terrified of dummy. Our our kids that you're writing too with goosebumps series RL Stein is with us on NewsRadio one thousand Katie. Okay. Are they are they better critics than than those who are in the adult world. Or are they worse? Critics. They're very good. Chris very honest. Okay. Here's a letter. I got last week from girl. Okay. Dear RL Stein. You're my second favorite author. That was the whole letter. That was it. Right, there, brutally honest goosebumps to on DVD and Blu Ray, it is out now on NewsRadio one thousand T. Okay. You and I share something in common in that. You are terrified by some of the childhood stories that should have been enchanting. I too was terrified by Pinocchio. And the the other one that really got me was wizard of Oz. I also go to a psychiatrist after seeing wizard of Oz. Would I liked that wouldn't bother me? Nokia was terrifying. Boys turning into donkeys. That was awful. Yeah. That's horrible. And you know, there's that one scene in the original Pinocchio where he's a wooden puppet any falls asleep with his feet on the stove. And he burns his feet off. Yeah. I think my mother read that to me when I was like three or four years old. Terrified. But do you think that's my horror career? I think I was gonna say did that inspire you to? Yeah. RL Stein is with us. He's a delight. And so is the goosebumps series. And again, if you're if you're if you had a mom like minded always trying to get us to read always trying and I'm I'm thankful. She did. Because if I wasn't a very good reader. I wouldn't be a very good radio guy RL Stein. Well, I think that's true. I I was a comic book freak when I was a kid. I didn't read books I stack of comic books that I read and I didn't really read until my mom drop me off at our local library and a librarian greeted me at the door. And she said, Bobby. I know you like comic books. I have something else. You might like. And she took me over to a shelf of Ray Bradbury story. Oh, and I read those I couldn't believe how wonderful. They were so creative in a magic all twist endings. And Ray Bradbury..

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"rl stein" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

12:08 min | 3 years ago

"rl stein" Discussed on KTOK

"Drive with Leigh. Matthews and you are a cool kit for listening this afternoon as we get into the weekend. Together, light rain falling and it is forty three. That's gonna continue tonight's. It'll slack off a little after about eleven o'clock, but still a good chance of rain through tomorrow morning, then cloudy and cold the rest of the weekend specifics coming up on NewsRadio one thousand Katie. Okay. My name is Leigh Matthews eight four. Oh, one thousand star one thousand my phone numbers. If you want to join in the conversation Leigh Matthews at KT. Okay dot com, Email address directly and a lot of people like to pop in on social media, which I'm up on. And would love to have you communicate that way as well. Resetting the scene we've been talking about the Trump administration and what they've got to lose. If Trump does declare a national emergency. I say not much he made his promise. And now he needs to do what he candle fill it. We did our firearms Friday segment which deals with heirloom firearms, and you can see the video blog at Katie. Okay dot com. If you wanna watch what we fired and here are comments on how to best take care of some of the older weapons, you might have planned around a little later on. We're going to hear from the man who created the goosebumps franchise and they newest Olympic hopefuls. May have God on their side. I'll tell you why coming up on NewsRadio one thousand Katie. Okay. Heading now to social media where Filbert rights Lee my cousin lives in Tulsa. And their local news had a story last night that our legislators are going to introduce school consolidation. What do you know about it? I don't know anything about it. But I will look into it. And I do believe this is something that can happen on a county by county basis. But I bet a lot of those legislators especially in the larger metropolitan areas like Oklahoma City and Tulsa are hearing a lot about consolidation because they're tired of seeing our legislators come up with more and more money to throw at education, and nobody is talking about conserving. Nobody's talking about consolidating districts. It is absolutely irresponsible that we have over one hundred school districts, but only seventy seven counties. I'm not saying we have to consolidate every body, but some of those districts, I think needs to be consolidated down to a county by county basis. That's where most of our expenses are going. We are top heavy as a state because we pay for so much administration. And you've heard me talk about it before. I don't guess there's any need to rehash it. But if they do if some of those legislatures do grow a pair and start talking about it and start doing it. You're not gonna hear your argument for me. I don't think they are as in the pockets of the teachers unions as some of our other politicians in a video on his Facebook page. Oklahoma. Congressman Mark Wayne Mullen earlier today, explain why he sporting a beard these days. He calls it his border beard, and he says he won't shave it off until we secure the border. He said he got a call from constituent after a televised interview who said he should lose the beard Mullen said that's why he wanted to explain why he's not shaving and he'll trim it. But he won't shave it off until the border is secure good for him the border beard. I like that. I wonder how many other congressmen are going to be inspired to hop on on with them. And did you hear how Trump was firing back at his critics? He paid a visit to the border and while he was down there. He was talking about his critics who say that we shouldn't be. So medieval by building a wall between two countries. And he said, well, if the wall is medieval, so is the wheel there are some things that work, and you know, what wheel works, and so does the wall. He said he's open to the idea of declaring a national emergency to build the wall. If he's unable to strike a deal with Democrats to fund the construction and reopen the government. But you see like I said earlier if he does. Declare national emergency. And he finds the money and defense or somewhere else and start building his wall. Then reopened the government and the Democrats come back and say, oh, no, no, no, no. We don't want you to do and stop it again. Well, then the onus is on the Democrats. They would get the blame for not allowing the government to reopen. April one thousand star one thousand NewsRadio one thousand Katie. Okay. It's friday. So we like to cut loose and have a little fun. And you know that goosebumps series of scary books for kids. You may have read some of them yourself. Goosebumps too is out on DVD. Thi this coming Tuesday, creator of the series are Elstein is joining us now. And I've always wanted to ask you this are L what is the prime? What was the primary motivation for creating the whole franchise in the first place. I think greed and stupidity. Mesko usually my main motivation. So there was. You know, I was back. This is nineteen ninety two and I was doing a series for teenagers. Gary series called seer street. We were killing off teenagers every book. A my enders came to me and said, you know, no one has ever done a scary book series for seven to twelve year olds we should try one. And I said, no, I don't want to that's the kind of business. Goosebumps. Right. And then, but they talked me into it. And we, you know. Luckily, no one ever listens to me. And we brought out a few and they just took off. It was some kind of weird crazy miracle. Well, I I wanna say you are responsible for getting young men to read a long before you know, any any Harry Potter author came along. Yes. Well, ninety two I you know, it's been twenty six years of goosebumps. And I'm very proud when we started writing these books, we figured girls would read them. We never really figured voice. The the ruins children's publishing was girls. Read and boys. No. Yeah. And then when goosebumps came out the fan mail started coming in and it was fifty percent from boys we had boys and girls. So I'm very proud of that very proud of all the all the kids that we, you know, the main point of goosebumps isn't a terrified kids get them to read. Well, and you do it with compelling stories that they can relate to how do you do that? I that's my basic mental level. Can you hear me? Well, I this is where we're talking to RL Stein, the creator of goosebumps, and we're also celebrating goosebumps to on Blu Ray, t and DVD which is out now with bonus features, and it's really come a long long way. But you kind of missed my generation, but I remember being that boy who didn't want to read I wanted to do, and it wasn't until I got older maybe beyond the goosebumps age that I I really started embracing the joy of reading, and I wish that I had had something like like goosebumps in my day. Well, we were lucky we got up. We got the ninety kids. I love the ninety s we just captured that ninety s generation really great thing. Well in goosebumps to can you give us what it's all about. What can we expect to see? And is it good for the whole family? Yeah. Basically, it is is you know, a lot of my early readers like you see in their thirties. Now. Right, right. Neighboring their kids. So we get the thirty five year olds. And we get the seven year old we have to audiences for the film. So the film really is for the whole family. And it's about mainly sloppy. The dummy you comes to life, and then brings all of Halloween to life all the pumpkins. The Jacka lanterns all the costumes in the store all the witch costumes that ghost brings everything to life and terrorizing town in these three kids have to find a way to stop sloppy RL Stein is with us and. I hope it doesn't offend our local hero Darcy Lynn who just won the America's got talent for being a ventriloquist. I don't know. I some people. I don't know why. I don't really get it. Ventriloquist's dummy scary. Just funny. People are terrified by I get so much mail saying, oh, I'm terrified of dolls. Now. I'm terrified of dummy. Our our kids that you're writing too with goosebumps series RL Stein is with us on NewsRadio one thousand Katie. Okay. Are they are they better critics than than those who are in the adult world. Or are they worse? Critics. They're very good. Chris very honest. Okay. Here's a letter. I got last week from girl. Okay. Dear RL Stein. You're my second favorite author. That was the whole letter. That was it. Right, there, brutally honest goosebumps to on DVD and Blu Ray, it is out now on NewsRadio one thousand Katie. Okay. You and I share something in common, and that you were terrified by some of the childhood stories that should have been enchanting. I was terrified by Pinocchio. And the the other one that really got me was wizard of Oz. I go to a psychiatrist after seeing wizard of odd. I like that one didn't bother me. Nokia Kyo is terrifying. Boys turning into donkeys that was awful. Yeah. It's horrible. And you know, there's one scene in the original Pinocchio where he's a wooden pop it and he falls asleep with his feet on the stove. And he burns his feet off. Yeah. I think my mother read that to me when I was like three or four years old. Terrified. But do you think that's my horror career? I think I was gonna say did that inspire you to? Yeah. RL Stein is with us. He's a delight. And so is the goosebumps series. And again, if you're if you're if you had a mom like minded always trying to get us to read always trying and I'm thankful she did. Because if I wasn't a very good reader. I wouldn't be a very good radio guy RL Stein. Well, I think that's true. I I I was a comic book freak when I was a kid. I didn't read books. I had a big stack of comic books that I read, and I didn't really read until my mom drop me off at our local library and a librarian greeted me at the door. And she said, Bobby. I know you like comic books. I have something else. You might like. And she took me over to a shelf of Ray Bradbury story. Oh, and I read those I couldn't believe how wonderful. They were so creative in a magic all twist endings. And Ray Bradbury. I really turned me into a reader, well, I can imagine. So and I also can see where that led to your writing style. Goosebumps series are Elstein thanks for joining us on NewsRadio one thousand K T O K goosebumps too is out on DVD tea, and that will be on Tuesday on NewsRadio. Okay..

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"rl stein" Discussed on Teen Creeps

Teen Creeps

04:43 min | 3 years ago

"rl stein" Discussed on Teen Creeps

"Linneman while the no killed. He is responsible for that. He's responsible for great art. And also my death. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. And for having and I'm but I'm glad that you like him. Yes. Oh, yeah. Don't wanna take that away from you know, I don't even want him to stop working. He's great. No, he should keep making thing. And he breaks no one is people. All I don't know. What it is that like it just doesn't click with me. It's the slam poetry as Mary Poppins music. I think that maybe is I can't I can't deal with like also. I'm not sure that I know enough about it. But it feels like an insult to the history of slam poetry, oh to take it and turn it into what he has turned it into. I think he is rapid because it's like a. Here's a here's the thing. It's debatable, wrapping. It's it's hard to as wrapping and one might refer to it as such. And he's a good songwriter. And he's a smart really talented musician. Yes. Great. I I was looking forward to seeing that movie. And now, I'm not sure that I can maybe you go to the bathroom during those parts any Bart where he's on the scrap go to the bathroom. Well, I can't he's not compete based on her rap singing, the whole time is he is he Kelly came. I guess of his lineage the one, right? It's just the one right? Is it just the one Mary Poppins? I'm gonna look at pictures images. I think he was mostly know he's he is. Yeah, he has like scuff scuff. Yeah. He's a cute fella. He is. He also looks up into the right? A lot in this. Maybe that's as good side. I was watching Arianna grantee videos, and that is a girl who does not enjoy looking directly into camera now, she likes look out of the corner. Yeah. 'cause she likes her ponytail Shawn KU peak press. I assumed she thinks it makes her look taller. Oh, maybe that's why she weren't really high anything. That's why she worked at ears. 'cause she wears also giant shoes. She giant shoes very small very very small big pipes. Yeah. Big pipes. You see the video. Yes, this good. I liked it. I liked that song that looks. So we've talked about almost everything in the world. Any final thoughts on this book. Overall. I liked it me too. I like this one. Yeah. I liked how much was going on. I I was I would get bored during the Pam metoo apart. I I was really hard because honestly is much as Rivas a bitch. You love to hate her. And I would rather have just stuck with her. Yeah. She's like season two or Delia. Yes. Season one Cornelia. Maybe before she starts dating Zander. She's like season two ish because you're also getting collapses of her ping is that may you at the end for one she's like one into two. She has one thing that Julia does not which is fucked up lamps just just sliced diet. How long is it gonna take to heal? She's going to have to not talk for a while. I think she should. Yeah. And south putting lipstick on it. It will heal much faster because the mouth is one of the quickest healing areas in your body and your face 'cause it has it has you need it. Whereas like your foot. Oh my goodness. Could take forever could take forever. You're stepping on. It all the time. No Judge. judge GOP next week. What are we reading? What were you gonna say? What's your oh? Oh, I I was was just just gonna gonna. say final thoughts from you. But you had said I enjoy it. I enjoyed the book I liked it. I read part of it in the bath. That was very calming. We are taking a break next week. Yes. For the holiday. Yes. And there will be a like forever. Don Clinton, which is gonna be real income owner that and then fucking eggs. Okay. Inking Nick inking. Oh shit. We are doing a lights out by RL Stein. That's what Phoenix covers. Yeah. It's a good one. It's a good cover. Really good cover more Stein. More stein. I wonder if that was going to be good. Oh, I at the on the back of this. Wow. My brain his bio at the end of this book and my nineteen Ninety-one copy..

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"rl stein" Discussed on The History of Fun

The History of Fun

04:26 min | 3 years ago

"rl stein" Discussed on The History of Fun

"I'm all for it. Too bad boy of Christmas. Sure that Christmas. Also, I'm I am like a big fan of people finding ways to have fun being scared that are like safe, right? Like, it's healthy and empowering like reading RL Stein book to be able to confront your fears. But then also be like, oh, but also we're having fun this. This thing is absolutely terrifying. Abduct children. But like it's not actually going to hurt anybody. Again, unlike the rest of the world where you like you get on Twitter, and you're like these things are horrifying, and they will make people's lives actually, so big fan of safe fear. This is real fear. Although I would say there's probably an age where it's appropriate to be informed of cramps. And I would say don't tell babies about. Yeah. I don't know. How old the baby needs to be before cramp is becomes a good idea to tell them. But I'm dressing my babe as crop. Yeah. Yeah. Your baby doesn't really follow the intricacies of like -cations of being kidnapped by a monster Sureau lake why whisper that into his ear, but you're right. Okay. Good at it. So he'll note. You make like a good argument for why we should be pro crops. But he's so scary looking he is, but he's going to become scary as we talked about how you're going to celebrate crops. He's he's like Sweden's gives. Also there are cute versions of him. Which I can we can share on Twitter saying where you yes. Here's here's how to celebrate first off. It's called crop. Was knocked cramp nine. Remember again, typically, December fifth the night of December fifth Saint Nicholas STA eve and the best part is if you're already doing this put your shoes out the next morning. Get free candy somebody will put it there for you. Traditionally it'd be celebrated with a parade in which the participants in Europe mostly men dressed up as Crump's. But again, these are not held in the US. And if you Google it you'll probably find one year you there. Surprisingly common. They're also the cross runs that we talked about your slightly different. And those are called crumple Slav. And these are like you already made the comparison fresh basically saying con is a rip off of a Crump's love. I do like it because it probably requires more effort than Santa con where you just see people like in Santa hats, like kind of half assing it. But here you really have to go out to like convince people that you're dressed as cramps. Yeah. You have to get like a really scary mask. Maybe maybe. Like would these are somewhere between parades and runs and pub crawls people dress up as crops, they get totally wasted. They run through the streets. It is like pretty much acceptable. As far as I can tell and videos and photos of this in Europe to terrify children, if they are somehow still out at night, like that's part of it it it's customary, sir. Participants fruity Randy schnapps. Yeah. Yeah. You can also send Crump's carton which are getting cards during crops. Postcards, actually may be responsible for the original rise of crops like that period where he becomes even bigger than Saint, Nick. This is from a separate piece of from National Geographic. Also where it up National Geographic is on the the speed. That you can tell they must've liked found some SEO gold here because there's about seventeen different stories that they've done if all those big foot shows, it seems like they should go after this one as well. No, that's true. Many factures started. There's a quote from the peace manufacturers started to commercialize compass after eighteen ninety when the Austrian government relinquish control over the nation's postcard direction causing the industry to flourish between the between then and World War One German.

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"rl stein" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool

Lights Camera Barstool

04:35 min | 3 years ago

"rl stein" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool

"Hello. Hello. The more the Gaga scenes. Do I think you do sing the guy? Yeah. I don't have the tone does get. It's tough to get there. Important music is. Did look up the other guy, Pablo Schreiber Paulo. Oh, Schreider. Okay. Okay, Netflix show is it is our new black, but he also always plays like usually, hey, yeah, like a basically saying what my favorite movies are. He's the bad guy in it. We're like in the military man who he was Dennis Theseus. Fantastic thieves use bag gun very recently to us skyscraper. Yeah, that's right. Skyscraper, betrays him Saturdays. He's the military guy who who's gonna fuck with your family. Shit's gonna go x. Merck, like now working for blackwater guy. That's it. Audience. Number one, capex. God damn. Yeah, it was. It was interstellar perfect because that is a space movie ended is a Kevin Spacey move the second I made this listen. Like I'm gonna play a joke. Oh, we didn't. We meant to fucking joke with fights. We didn't do it. We're gonna open up the review and go. All right. So I up goosebumps, haunted, Halloween, and you're gonna try to riff off it for like ten and see how could you be like what guys? I didn't see fucking. Got it isn't like starring in that. Immu like how you do goosebumps without RL Stein himself. Yeah. And like he wasn't added like the last second to like, oh, he's in Arles Starnes into first second on wheel fortune. They have the letters, the bottom of the screen that I know looks like RL Stein when I was growing up hit. I thought I thought it was always RL Stein. Dude, bumps are huge. Telling you parents. I told he's books are big by me more. They don't have pumps. They don't have all, but they just have Ben Stein in the skews pumps. Did you know isn't real. What was his show? The Ben Stein show win Ben size money. Yeah. Yeah, we gotta watch that. We've got to watch the mole and Joe schmo. That's the those three shows Joe schmo, right? Yep. The mole on ABC hosts by Anderson Cooper also monk with Tony Salou eventually get watching. Yes. The slap we're going by the way one Tyler had to go back to Atlantis. We don't have the Halloween resurrection watch along. We're going to have that thing next week. We backed by think we're trying to watch the slap episode to by Friday NBC's the rookie with Nathan Fillion, and then they'll show with Tom from the blacklist. Oh, damn. The black. It's it's, it's General Hospital or something. Your hospital is name, but I always thought was track from lost. Oh, no new Amsterdam is Ryan echo. Definitely from loss. Also, wanna start watching the bull on TNT. I've just keeps curse word. I need to see it so fights. You wanna stick around. I asked trills days or do you have to? I run trail. I hope you're wouldn't really well. I'm sorry, Jack, ruined it when he got here, but I I think. think. Yes. I'm on inject fake mean to me. We get it. We get we get here. That's that's very, he gets a pleasantries. Yeah, so we didn't get our normal. What's been going on lately before the pod. Are you going to cut this into the start of the pot, or would you. Oh man. This is like throw me off. My schedule day was pretty good. They was pretty good traffic. So here in Hoboken they're doing some roadwork. So had to contend with that a little bit of need to get home. Yeah. The road work in Hoboken is always Hoboken flooded, like twenty times in the span of a month, like a few weeks ago. Right. It was like it was insane like a money making that up. Like if you're listening to Hoboken, please confirm on read it atro- you can confirm actually, but it flooded flooded a lot kind of kind of stinks. Anything else? What? What are you doing talking? What's our while you're doing? Tick talks. Yeah, lot. You're basically the fucking score says he ticked talk at this point. Yeah, except it's just me in southern IRS and weird young teens. It's a weird place booking lawless like people do anything they want right now because like no one's getting band or whatever..

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"rl stein" Discussed on Teen Creeps

Teen Creeps

04:50 min | 3 years ago

"rl stein" Discussed on Teen Creeps

"No, we have not now. Okay. We have made no moves have asked Brett to try to get thrift stock com. Yeah, we like those. They, it's such a good site like that's where I get all of my used novels for this podcast. I liked that. Yeah, you can you. You can like pick which addition like what cover you want? It's pretty cool and they have everything and we keep plugging them for free. I know she and this was so organic. I don't know. I'm just saying, like if I got it for like, what did we say? Our price was like twenty five thousand if I gotta take for twenty five thousand in the mail, I wouldn't be said, yeah, we decided that twenty five thousand dollars is the amount that we would take to. Advertise anything. You have Aaron. Affairs taking zero. I saw just wanna let you, here's the thing actually are diluting our voice. Yeah, this is true. It is true. The one we'll give you five thousand if you're ready doing it. Listen, let's talk about business. Things we are morally opposed to. We decided that how much we'd seller so for, I think that's a great. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I just like mentioning a website like, hey, spreading the word, what you're already doing anyone. Yeah. Yeah, that's true. It's good to take that money. Yeah. So what did you guys think of this book? I was half the time I'm consists. I'm like, reading wondering what it, what level of good bad book is this to you? Who read one, everything. It was like, yeah. The entire plug, but it's because like it's terro release only. This is what I'm studying. So I was actually feel very dumb saying anything. Well, I wanna know what you can compare to you. Say, we want to hear you say that is good, and then I'll tell you. This is a bullying podcast pro bullying. I mean, yeah, there's certain things that I'm like, all right, whatever, but because it's, yeah, it is a young adult thing, but. I don't know. I couldn't tell if it was bad. I was just so interested in it. I was so interested in the book. I thought it was pretty cool that you're saying that as a person who's really well verse in Tara. I was like my questionably probably right. Thinking about each other, it's like opinions. Yeah, like those tab. Here's my opinion. I'll be very Frank about my opinion of the book as a book. Okay, great. So boring. Those blinds so boring. I mean, the story itself, I love reading about like tarot staff and the politics behind the cards and what the carts Nin and I liked the idea of the game, but I thought the way everything was written and communicated and the characters I found very boring. I liked this book. Maybe because it was just very different than what we usually read a. Yeah. What do you usually read? Like what later your average? Well, for one thing, the characters were British, which was different because most of our characters are American. It was written in two thousand nine. Most of ours are like early ninety. Yes, there's this ivory cafe thing. Yeah, like was not like people didn't even have any kind of internet in the books that we read. But it's mostly like RL Stein. Fear street bike teenage slasher. Murder? Yeah. Usually it's like a murderer or a ghost murderer? Not usually like a game, best friend, immortal game of like not usually epic game. Yeah, insured, dimensional tarot magic. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, I thought the ideas were cool. Like I thought it was cool that like there were different portals that they could go into and I liked they were just what were they had pulled the fool cards. They were just chancers and so they didn't get interactive. I and what I would have wanted maybe is for them to interact at first. You like to get in kind of some trouble because there is a lot of them being like, wow, and like, that's it I, but and then they only got in trouble at the very end. When they unfreeze that guy. Yeah, yeah, in the cups and also thought that one of her friends was going to end up being evil, but no one was like Blaine was was chill. What's her name was chill, Laura flora, and Toby was chill. I was thinking in terms of like Harry Potter where it's like, yeah, they're not. Yeah..

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"rl stein" Discussed on Teen Creeps

Teen Creeps

03:18 min | 3 years ago

"rl stein" Discussed on Teen Creeps

"What they lacked in Los. They compounded by being thoroughly slime mean-spirited. But all they do is like they say, don't you live in that old house on top of the hill? The one with the fields out back. Yes. Katie had replied wanting to pull away. Sadie Lou tipplers had is flat as Nichols president to the round doughy surface of her face. They're not gonna do that. Of course. Yeah. It's like, why are you even looking at this? Like, why are you also it just says, they're mean young, see it. They ask if she's in this is supposed to be the incident that makes them mean she's like, once this happened. So they say that than she says, yes. And then they're like that place has been abandoned for years. They say something awful happened there, and it's haunted, and she's like, you're fucking main ugly faces. She's like fucking your high points. Your face looks like Doh you are so uglier health, like a paintbrush, fuck? No, my house is not haunted. I wish I could call it a pixie cut, but you're fucking to fucking fat for to be even remotely like a pixie, their Bonnie's, don't that my house is only a little onto. House does not hundred. Three is haunted are haunt. But that's just the the book is like a fascinating study in like forgetting to put detail into the writing because they're so specific about the twins. They'll like talk about the doughy faces the coins. Yeah, is and everything. And then holier Asli like they'll just be totally like devoid of detail later. She says, we rent, she says, I rented or Katie rented psycho and two other Hitchcock. Like the other move. Find two other hitch hitch. We'll name right now rear window lady on the train north northwest vertigo others too much bird. Yes. The man who ate too much demand that's a first-rate street. It sounds like it there is. I keep looking for pictures of fear street, like if you're street covers and one keeps coming up in fucking hated in. It's the boy who ate fear street and there's just like bugs coming out of his mouth. It's really disgusting. And honestly, I'm offended. I hate it. It's disgusting. Never heard of all showing this cover. Whenever I Google your SRI covers. It's either it's like it's always like cat, which is great. It's just weird lady holding up a cat. CAT spells murder wrong numner which is like two girls in ninety. That phone going. Yeah, and they're probably vast gamble is look what the fuck is that. I know I hate it so much. He'll be happy version to fear street. Yeah, I know it's God, here's another one. Oh, my fucking God. Turn your. That I don't have any say over that stuff, but like Shirley RL Stein can look at that and be like, this is not my ethos. This doesn't gel with what I do. Our Elstein Fantasma. They fear street El Chico que se throw fear street also. No. Garbage pail kids looking. Ting if gross and disgusting, it's ghosts of fear street..

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"rl stein" Discussed on MacBreak Weekly

MacBreak Weekly

04:02 min | 3 years ago

"rl stein" Discussed on MacBreak Weekly

"It's enough to take a whole class or sample a bunch of them, and I guarantee you you're going to subscribe. Can I also point out if you have a family member and I hear this all the time, there are a lot of people who have kids who want to be photographers. When I was talking to somebody who gave his nine year old son another another radio host gave his nine year old son the a filmmaking class, right? Because he because this kid was in the movies and to see how Ron Howard sets up a shot. And I've been setting up for my kids because my daughter literal hip. I got my daughter's a little geeky thing that one of my kids be. She's like, I just wanna watch more documentaries. I'm like, oh, you want to celebrate that. So it's a great for you. It's great for yourself. Get the whole family kids. Love RL Stein, teaching how to write young adult fiction, right? Or James Patterson teaching how to write thrillers. He was one of the first they did. That's the other thing they said happens once you get James Patterson and Steve Martin, you know, Wolfgang puck. You get a few than the other people. Everybody knows everybody in Hollywood. Oh, you know, this is pretty good. Okay. We're going to do it too, and they do make it look really good as production. It's it's like, yeah. Look good. And you were saying they just added David Mamat that's teaching writing. He's he's so nonchalant and just kind of like, do it. Yeah, he's got to get to by the way just to get to see his striding studio because these are shot on location. They're not boring studio. This is this is ma'am where he writes, that's by itself. That's awesome. They've got lots more coming. If you go to the bottom of the website, you'll see the more they've got planned and they said they don't. They. They don't want me to tell tell you what they've got, but there is a little bit coming up and there's a lot more they're getting some really amazing people spike Lee's coming Margaret Atwood. You wanna learn poker from a world champion. Daniel, the grotto. I mean, this is great stuff I, this should sell itself. I don't need to tell you if you've never heard about it. I think the Samuel Jackson is pretty special. You go, you go into an acting class with Jackson. Data are weird. And you get to learn how to act is trying to accomplish something. Do all the things that you have in your mind that will inform the audience when they see this character will, oh. Oh. By the way the when they showed a little behind the scenes. The best part masterclass is it is a master class in how to shoot interviews. So when you see the by disease, it's actually I love watching the behind the scenes stuff because you're like they're the, here's the diner scene. So he's working with these students in the diner scene. And to the audience troupe is. You're the week, the tier, what is that? What is he? Isn't this awesome. So even if you're not going to be an actor, it will enhance your enjoyment of movies, so much to know what's going on. I, I don't know. I could go on and on masterclass dot com. Slash MAC break. My only problem is when I sit down and which one am I going to watch tonight? Yes, I'm a big chess fan to get the world champion Garry Kasparov teaching play chess. I know that's kind of a niche one, but that's incredible on go on and on. I've gone onto a long string of the cooking ones. Yeah, the cooking's that's actually my. Talking to my son Henry and he wants, he wants to be a cook. He said, oh, yeah, I subscribed. But I'll watch anything. Anything that Gordon Ramsay does. I watch us because it's it's mixture of like, it's not that hard and he's really precise, you know, like it's it's. Yeah. Puck. We've done. We've we've done streams with Keller and he is amazing. You know, having one of the greatest chefs in America. I'm next to my Geno Malcolm clad while because it says Malcolm, radical teaches writing, but it's actually he talks about his interviewing and I'm always trying to get to be a better interviewer to your previous point..

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"rl stein" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

Design Matters with Debbie Millman

02:57 min | 3 years ago

"rl stein" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

"Way it is but yeah i understand you're a big reader when you were a kid but you got sue freaked out by rl stein's night of the living dummy book that your mom band who certain books from your i read that you liked how it made you feel afraid and you've observed that a book can reach out and do that was a really marvelous thing to learn yeah it's funny i just i literally just bought an enamel pin that is the dummies had from that book that i found it a store and it felt right that i owned it just seemed like a thing i should wear my lapel whenever possible i didn't interview a while ago where i was discussing this with the interviewer and he described it as something that changes your temperature and i was again like the work that i like is work that changes your temperature it makes you feel something because i feel like oftentimes i'll like watch a movie or read a book or play video game where like i sort of do it and then i'm like okay like that was the thing i did but like there's no sense of anything there's no like i'm not happy or sad or angrier afraid or anything i just feel like nothing i'm just like okay and that's that's like my worst nightmare as a reader and as as a writer if someone was like oh i felt nothing when i read your book i'd rather be hated your book i'd be like good i'm glad i'm glad it like folk to feeling in you that way so yes those books i couldn't tell you why i don't know why that book in particular but for some reason that was a book that so affected how i felt i couldn't sleep i the lights were on for a week my mother was just like she was beside herself she's like this is ridiculous like why are you doing this why do you think it terrified you so much i mean i haven't read it in a long time so i can't tell you anything i know it involves like like a living rental icus dummy that's like like a like a demonic possessed dummy that's about all i know i do remember i think i had nightmares about it and i think that probably like i remember like nightmares but the dummy being in my house but that's not from the book that's like from my own mind so like you know my house and the dummy and the dummy chasing people and the came out of it which is this like complete terror that just had no name but you know that's interesting that terror that has no name is almost a way that i would describe some of your stories where there's this underlying sense of tension and you tease us with it you bring it out a little bit and then you sort of begin to wonder if we did i get that right and then you have to remember and go back and there's this building sense of intensity that i've never read before never had anything like that before and it's just been an extraordinary experience reading your short stories what is it about short stories you like so much short stories i think short stories is like laboratories because they're so short you're able to sort of play around in a way where if the experiment fails you can sort of kastoria story aside and move on so like you.

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