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Dennis Prager Podcasts
The Truth About Stanford Students
"When I spoke at Stanford many years ago, I've spoken since, but many years ago, I spoke at Stanford, and I had Stanford students and faculty on my show. I was there for a number of days, the Hoover institution invited me. And I remember thinking, wow, the only clear thinkers I'm having here are the guys in the athletics program, I specifically remember the football players. They were the only conservatives. They were the only ones who made sense. Now, obviously a lot of athletes have been poisoned now, like LeBron James. I live in LA and I'm not rooting for the Lakers because he's not a good man. But nevertheless, a lot more wisdom from this football player than from the prime minister of New Zealand.
The Charlie Kirk Show
The T in LGBT Stands for Tyranny
"Well, Charlie, can't we live and let live. How does somebody wearing a dress impact you that's a man. And in reality, somebody's daydream doesn't impact me. It doesn't impact you, but that's not what's going on here. Not for a second. What's going on here is the dude that's wearing the dress wants to also be able to go into women locker rooms. It's not about him wearing a dress. He wants to be able to compete in sports against women. It's not about him wearing a dress. He wants you to change your language. The T and LGBT does not stand for trans. It stands for tyranny. At Stanford, I'm going to use force to change your customs, your beliefs. And so it's a test. And right now we are failing the test everybody. We're failing the test because we somehow believe that this is going to go away or this is going to kind of pass over. No, this is the beginning of where they really want to go, which there's a lot of different we want to go to transhumanism, assault on language, assaults on truth. But if all of a sudden agreed upon terms of reality, truth is spoken truth to just the logos, can be reconsidered. Then what else are they going to be able to do? The answer is almost anything.
The Dan Bongino Show
Steve Deace: We're Not a Nation of Law but a Nation of Political Will
"We were talking about COVID examples I mean how many people have a legally actionable case under this new pseudo standard now who we're told to get the vaccine because it prevents COVID who may have come down with myocarditis or family members who may have suffered worse I mean you wrote the book about Fauci You and Dan you got the fourth Reich now You actually wrote books on this I mean under this new pseudo standard is this legally actionable I mean if I were if I were Peter McCulloch maybe the most decorated cardiologist in American history If I were Harvey rich one of the most academically cited MDs in American history Scott Atlas J bhatia John Ian Edison at Stanford University These scientists who were shunned who were scarlet lettered for daring to question the narrative I mean Peter McCulloch has founded three different medical journals They have tried to literally take his medical license away If I'm those guys now I am looking at this precedent and saying okay you want to get nuts Let's get nuts But I think the problem you're still going to have is we're not a nation of laws and we never have been We're a nation of political will and we always will be And so right now all the will or most of the will seems to be on one side And I mean look at what's going on with desantis and Disney right now I mean we have people wearing our own Jersey saying Disney's the victim This isn't good This isn't free We can't have that We can't have that So we finally got somebody who punched them back right in the face and now we're like we're not supposed to do that I mean there's a gentleman's agreement here
The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast
Conservative Judges Extend Clerk Boycott to Stanford
"I am continuing my discussion of the controversy at Stanford involving free speech. You remember that this controversy was kindled by a judge, a district judge who came judge Duncan, Kyle Duncan, who came to speak at Stanford and was completely shut down by howling and screaming activists. And administrator was called and who sided with the activists happily that administrator is now placed on leave. The Stanford dean has affirmed Stanford's commitment to free speech, but in a very big but no disciplinary action at all taken against any of the protesters, which gives them the sense of immunity of entitlement of obviously feeling that they can and will do it again. In fact, they sort of did do it again when the dean journey Martinez stopped into her constitutional law class. It was basically a protest in her class horror blackboard was completely covered with activist slogans and paraphernalia. And the students basically said that they were complaining that she was siding with free speech over the over the protesters. Now, in the most recent escalation, a very good escalation, U.S. circuit court judge James hull, Asian American guys, taken the lead. He's followed by another judge, another circuit court judge Elizabeth branch, and he goes, guess what? I'm not going to be hiring any clerks from Stanford law school. Don't even bother to apply. And then judge branch has said, I'm not going to do the same. And there's a whole bunch of other judges who are in sympathy with these guys who haven't made any public announcements, but guess what? They might have decided, I won't say anything, but I'm not going to do that either.
The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
Judges Fight Back: Stanford Law Review Discriminates Against Conservative Judges
"I also want to point out they're attacking the federal society and Leonard Leo on a consistent extensive continuing basis and the Stanford meltdown was over a Trump judge conservative judge on a prestigious law school campus and I didn't think it was particularly fair for the judges who said no Stanford law review students need apply to us because it's a wide net, right? It gets federal society members who are themselves the victim. But it is, it is an indication that the judges are aware and they're going to fight back, Molly, and I applaud that, do you? I love that they're fighting back. And I do want to defend judge Ho and the other federal judge who said this, I do think you need to do something intense and that impact more judges should sound the alarm. And that people should know that there are consequences to getting an education from a school that will not teach you some of the foundational principles of being a judge of being a good attorney and that if you don't push back hard, they just won't feel the pressure of the heat to do to do what they need to do.
The Eric Metaxas Show
John Zmirak: What Can We Learn From the Stamford Pro-Pedo Riot?
"Back talking to John Zack, not to be confused with Alan Dershowitz. John S mirak, you wrote an article or have you yet written the article about the Stanford riots? It's called, what can we learn from the Stanford pro pedophile riot? And it is linked to this transgenderism. They had stream dot org. Right. About a week and a half ago, a middle of the road judge. She was appointed by George W. Bush. Went to give a talk at Stanford law school sponsored by the federalist society. He was greeted by a full on riot by enraged Stanford law students, led by one of the deans, the dean of diversity, equity, and inclusion at Stanford, encouraging them to shout down this judge and not allow him to speak. On his way in, some of these Stanford law students were chanting, we hope your daughter is raped. These are Stanford law, remember, is a feeder school to the U.S. Supreme Court. Look, we need to be clear. These elite law schools, people in elite law firms are now realizing that to hire someone from Stanford law school, Yale law school, most of those places have gone so crazy. You're begging for lawsuits and a nightmare if you hire graduates of what were the elite institutions and Stanford law school has just shown us the latest example of this. So this judge came and he was not allowed to speak he was shouted down by enraged students who said his daughter should be raped. What did this guy do? What had he done that was sought rages? Had he ruled in favor of racial segregation? Had he ruled in favor of, I don't know, killing newborn children who survived abortion attempts, even if he'd done one of those things. It would not be right to shout down a judge.
The Dan Bongino Show
Stanford Law Students Riot Against Judge Kyle Duncan's Visit to Campus
"You hear what happened in Stanford Stanford University a federal judge Kyle Duncan probably heard about the story was invited by the federalist society to speak at Stanford University school of law A law school Now Jim what is stupid idea right Why would you want a lawyer of federal judge to go and speak at a law school Jim shaken his head Mike too Mike's like I don't know can't figure it out They're having liberal amnesia today Like I don't know Dan what a dumb idea Get a lawyer You know come on that's stupid Jim Stop saying dumb stuff Come on I used to respect you brother Jim said he might have something to say no No Be an idiot But he have to add Does he know Has a federal judge But the law So they invite this guy to speak A great honor I have a federal judge show up By the way let me just say and it's not in kind of full virtue signal either I'm at a law school I'd like to see a liberal appointed judge maybe someone by Obama I like to hear what they got to say how they justify their view of legal theory Why Because I agree with it The hell but because if I'm a lawyer I want to know how to argue against it in court right Not liberal idiots Liberal idiots don't see it that way Liberal morons are like shout them down Exterminate them Immediately get the flame throwers Is there a firing squad closed So they screamed and shouted Until the judge can no longer speak So then the judge Kyle Duncan said is there an administrator here to get control of these raving band of childlike lunatics So an administrator shows up Her name is Tyrion steinbeck she shows up and she decides she's going to give this guy a now two three minute lecture about how his words have caused pain and this is a safe space whenever I'll play
ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes
Find Your Spine, Conservatives!
"Am so sick and tired of conservatives, and I get these emails all the time. They'll say Todd, you're not going to believe what happened to my child. You're not going to be you're not going to believe what happened to me. On the job. And then when I say come on the program, let's talk about it. Let's expose the evil. What do they do? They back away. Oh no, I can't do that. No, I'm afraid I might lose my job or my neighbors might say something or somebody might write something mean about me on Twitter. You know what? Forget that. Find your spine conservatives. We've got to start taking a stand. Did Charlie Kirk and his team go out there and riot at UC Davis? No. They embraced their rights under the U.S. Constitution. And they won the day. Look at what's happening right over at Stanford University. We talked about this a few days ago. Where a federal court judge was heckled and shouted down what he called for help the administrator came, the dean of the diversity equity and inclusion division showed up and began lecturing the judge. After the university apologized, the students rose up and now they're protesting the dean of the law school. And here's what needs to happen there. Every single student protesting, they're all law students. So these are individuals who have graduate degrees already. They've already got their bachelors. They're getting their law degree. Every single one of them should be expelled from Stanford law school, because we don't need ilk like that in our courtrooms.
The Dan Bongino Show
Amber Athey: A Preview of Upcoming Book 'The Snowflakes' Revolt'
"So this is how sick it is on the left taking the side of accused child rapists now But amber these were lost students Can you imagine you or I I mean everybody knows on social media you and I are conservatives This is not hard to find Can you imagine you and I in a civil dispute in front of one of these Stanford law students who God forbid winds up as a state or federal judge You have zero chance of winning I'm so glad you brought this up Dan because this is entirely the premise of my upcoming book the snowflakes are available for pre order now And wait what's the title The snowflakes revolt The snowflakes revolt folks pick it up pre order today the snowflakes revolt amber ati Want to make sure we got that out Okay go ahead sorry Thank you Well the whole premise of the book is that conservatives got it completely wrong when we said that the snowflake campus cry boys were going to get to the real world and they were going to have to adapt or die They were going to not have all of their ridiculous toxic political ideologies catered to The opposite happened they went into society and they actually have infiltrated and seized power at major American institutions And the fact that this is happening at one of the most prestigious law schools is a perfect demonstration of the point because these people are going to get prestigious clerkship They're going to become judges themselves They are going to have massive influence on our criminal justice system And yet Stanford is putting up with the idea that they are allowed to shut down speakers that they're allowed to reject freedom of speech freedom of association they are creating a class of individuals who are going to go out into the world and treat people unfairly because of their political affiliation And that is completely opposite of what any good lawyer or judge should be doing
America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
Mike Benz on the Largest Mass Social Media Censorship Op in History
"A clip that you will explain for us. Eric play clip. There was a lack of capability around election disinformation. This is not because it didn't care about this situation, but at the time they lacked both kind of the funding and the legal authorizations to go do the kinds of work that would be necessary to truly understand how election disinformation was operating. So because of the feedback and the ideas from these, this group, we were able to pull together pretty quickly a project between these four different institutions to try to fill the gap of the things that the government can not do themselves. There are kind of four major stakeholders that we operated with that we worked beside at EIP. Our partners in government, most particularly those in cisa DHS, but also in all the local and state governments with whom we operated with the election integrity infrastructure Isaac. We worked with civil society groups, such as the NAACP, miter, common cause, and the healthy elections project that worked at both MIT and Stanford. And then we also worked with the major platforms, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, TikTok, Reddit, next door and the like. So that's a description of the election integrity partnership. What is sister and what are they boasting about their Mike? They're boasting about the largest mass social media censorship operation in human history. So this group labeled 22 million tweets just on Twitter alone as misinformation incidents in the 5 months before the 2020 election. And they did this with 15 different social media platforms. So this is hundreds of millions of content. The pieces of content. Let me ask you a question. Millions of posts, that's a lot of work. That's a lot of man hours. Who's doing this? And who's funding it? Well, unfortunately, it's not if you're powered by AI. And this is the dirty underside of so much of this. Once you have a narrative outlawed, say, mail in ballots, if you say that mail in ballots are not safe and secure. Any narrative which undermines public faith or confidence in mail in ballots is if so facto content in terms of service content violation,
AP News Radio
No. 8 Arizona pulls away from Stanford, reaches Pac-12 semis
"Despite a bit of a scare, second ranked UCLA advanced to the semifinals of the pectoral tournament thanks to an 80 to 69 win over Colorado. The tournament's top seed trailed with less than 6 minutes to play, but ended the game on a 20 to 8 run. UCLA guard Jaime Hawkeye's junior. We've got a lot of games under my belt here and I know a lot of my teammates do as well like Tiger and David and we just know when we get in those situations we know how to win and we understand that and crunch time you got to get stops and that's what we did. UCLA will take on Oregon on Friday after the ducks 75 to 70 win over Washington state, 8th ranked Arizona beat Stanford 95 to 84 while Arizona state beat USC 77 to 72. Adam spelling, Las Vegas.
Matt Taibbi Testifies on 'Twitter Files'
"Again ranking member plastic I would note that the evidence of Twitter government relationship includes lists of tens of thousands of names on both the left and right The people affected include Trump supporters but also left leaning sites like consortium and truth out the leftist South American channel The yellow vest movement that in fact is a key point of the Twitter files that is neither a left nor right issue Following the trail of communications between Twitter and the federal government across tens of thousands of emails led to a series of revelations Mister chairman we summarized and submitted them to the committee in the form of a new Twitter file spread which was also released to the public this morning We learned Twitter Facebook Google and other companies developed a formal system for taking in moderation requests from every corner of government from the FBI the DHS the HHS DoD the global engagement center at state even the CIA for every government agency scanning Twitter There were perhaps 20 quasi private entities doing the same thing including Stanford's election integrity partnership NewsGuard the global disinformation index and many others many taxpayer funded A focus of this fast growing network as Mike noted is making lists of people whose opinions beliefs associations or sympathies are deemed misinformation disinformation or malformation That last term is just a euphemism for true but inconvenient Undeniably the making of such lists is a form of digital mccarthyism Digital mccarthyism and there wasn't one Democrat on this committee who was concerned about it Not one Because they're exactly what I keep telling you there They're marxists They don't believe in free speech They don't believe in the competition of ideas They compel uniformity
AP News Radio
The latest in sports
"AP sports on time area, three of the top four AP college basketball teams play Thursday night. Number two, Houston easily defeated SMU, but number three Purdue lost by 15 at Maryland, and number four UCLA barely got past Stanford. NBA, Giannis Antetokounmpo will be one of the captains at the NBA All-Star Game Saturday, but he may have to sit out the game after spraining his right wrist in a bucks win over the bulls. The clippers and wizards also won. NHL, the bruins added two more points to their league leading total by blanking the predators 5 nothing. The hurricanes continued to win two, blowing past the Canadian 62. Golf Tiger Woods played his first rounds on the PGA Tour since his devastating car crash two years ago this month. Woods finished with three straight birdies for a 69 in the genesis invitational, 5 shots behind the leaders. Baseball lost one of its most familiar voices on Thursday. Tim mccarver, who was the color commentator for 24 World Series on three different networks, died at the age of 81. I'm Tom merriam, AP sports.
The Charlie Kirk Show
Rep. Anna Paulina Luna Has Tough Questions for Ex-Twitter Execs
"A paulina is with us Anna, why don't you tell us what happened at the Twitter hearing last week, which I think only encouraged The Washington Post to try to get that peace out even more. Well, you know, The Washington Post right after that hearing, and I'll get into the specifics of that in a second, but right after they said that I was pushing some conspiracy theory, even though we had documentation and I'm literally launching this investigation with House oversight. So what we found is that Twitter corporation, along with other social media entities. So like Facebook, Instagram, and I believe that also Google's potentially in their YouTube. But they were working with a division of DHS called seisa. And ultimately, that entity was set up to monitor foreign interference and then also misinformation and disinformation boards. So I want to remind people this was set up to work against foreign entities interfering in elections not American people, right? In their First Amendment. So we found in a screenshot that was actually posted to a Stanford YouTube video that Alex damage who was working on this program was actually bragging that they had made such breakthroughs and it was your Roth in a conversation with sesa, Twitter executives and other entities as well as state entities to remove certain postings and I want to flag why that's important because that's known as a joint state actor relationship and it's highly illegal. And mind you, our tax dollars are going to these organizations that are then in turn suppressing your free speech. And so that was what I uncovered. It went viral. They lied to my face. Which I am going to follow up with chairman comer to see if we can bring charges for perjury because he lied. He knew that this entity exists. It was a commonly known chat board. It was a private cloud server, but also too, they tried to make it something that it wasn't saying that this was normal. It's not normal to do that. And ultimately, we'll be following up on these investigations as you see, we have my orcas coming in in the next two weeks.
Rep. Nancy Mace Confronts Twitter Execs for Censoring COVID Discussion
"She was very good as a matter of fact She was really focusing in on a new people of medical degrees you know medical backgrounds and yet there are these brilliant scientists and doctors at Stanford and Harvard that had different opinions than the CDC and so forth And you ban them You ban what they had to say And she pointed out that she had taken the vaccine a few times And I think one of our hands shakes her left hand now shakes And some other ailment she feels she's been tested a thousand different ways as I have And she thinks it was one of the boosters that she got because what else could it be And we're about to find that out in my case too I suppose So these people are responsible for actually hurting people Their health and their welfare With their propaganda And it was clear they were meeting with the FBI The FBI was communicating with them the FBI felt very comfortable sending emails to them The FBI was pushing the false narrative about Russia the FBI was in disinformation mode And now that the Republicans are trying to get to the bottom of the censorship the Democrats are trying to stop them Every day I'm one of them
ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes
Rep. Nancy Mace Grills Twitter Execs for Censoring COVID Truths
"The way, Nancy mace, the Congress lady from South Carolina. Went after Twitter executives over COVID misinformation, take a listen. They ask of you. Where did you go to medical school? I did not go to medical school. I'm sorry. I did not go to medical school. That's what I thought. Why do you think you or anyone else at Twitter had the medical expertise to censor a doctor's expert opinion? Our policies regarding COVID were designed to protect individuals. We were seeing you guys censored Harvard educated doctors, Stanford educated doctors doctors that are educated in the best places in the world and you silence those voices. I have another tweet by someone with a following of a full 18,000 followers. This person put a chart from the CDC on Twitter is the CDC's own data. So it's accurate by your standards, and you all labeled this as misleading. You're not a doctor, right, miss gaddi. No, I'm not. Okay. What makes you think you or anyone else at Twitter have the medical expertise, the sensor actual accurate CDC data? I'm not familiar with these particular situations. Yeah, I'm sure you're not. Well, there you go. That's Nancy metro. By the way, went on to say that she herself has been suffering side effects from the China virus vaccine. Man, people are dropping all over the place. It's unbelievable what's happening with that. So
AP News Radio
The pandemic missing: The kids who didn’t go back to school
"And analysis has found that some 240,000 young people in 21 states have been missing from school since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. The analysis by The Associated Press Stanford University's big local news project and Stanford education professor Thomas D has found that the students didn't return to their public schools, didn't move out of state or didn't sign up for private school or homeschool, Los Angeles mom, Misha Clark says it's been hard for her ten year old son Ezekiel to learn online from home, and it seems like the school district didn't want to provide him with the tools he needs. By providing them bad devices by not granting them hotspots needed to use for Internet service to be able to log on and communicate with the teachers. The AP learned of students and families avoiding school for a range of reasons. Some are still afraid of COVID, are homeless or have left the country, some students couldn't study online and found jobs instead, and some slid into depression.
AP News Radio
Fernandez debut fizzles as Chelsea held by Fulham to 0-0
"Chelsea had to settle for a scoreless draw with Fulham at Stanford bridge despite the debut of midfielder Enzo Fernández. The most expensive player in British soccer history was playing for the first time since being acquired for $380 million at the January transfer window. He put a one timer past goalkeeper burned Leno late in the second half, but the shot sailed just wide of the post. The draw leaves Fulham and sole possession of 6th and moves Chelsea to 9th, but their closest rivals have multiple games in hand. I'm Dave ferry.
Dennis Prager Podcasts
"stanford" Discussed on Dennis Prager Podcasts
"What they're really about to a lot of people. And let's see here. Come on, talk about Columbus, Ohio, hello, sandy, and Columbus, Ohio. Hello. Rabbi prager. I am your biggest fan. Thank you. I'm thank you for the ordination. And I love the exodus series on Jordan Peterson. I can't wait until it takes back up in January. It's been great. Friend recommended it. Wonderful. Thank you. I'll tell him. On the daily wire. Yeah. So I just wanted to clarify, you said there were no gulags yet. I think this whole January 6th conversation proves that there are, if there are people for two years in solitary with no, you're right. You're right. Seems like a gulag to me. Well, look, gulag killed tens of millions of people. So I'm always wary of overstating something. But it has the beginnings of it. In principle, it is a state prison, just like gulag was. But since tens of millions were killed there. I don't use the term yet. It's bad enough what they are doing. Solitary confinement is a torture. Murderers are treated better by the Democratic Party. Than dissenters. And yet liberals continue to vote Democrat. We return in a moment. I'm Dennis prager. The Dennis prager show. One of the spectacular parts of the greatest work, perhaps ever written, handles messiah. Follow closely by the Goldberg variations of buff. Oh God, it's hard for me to have this stop. It's so uplifting. I always think when I watch the performers of the handles messiah, the chorus, the soloists, and the orchestra. Most of whom are probably secular individuals, are they moved by the lyrics and the music of handel's messiah? I don't know the answer, but I always wonder that. How do you participate in this glorious music and not be affected? Is there any secular music that is as affecting as that? You have to knock us ready? I mean, that's a it's another one. You have a stock housing ready? This is we were told this is important music. You have no idea how revered this composer is. This is his concerto for sneeze and fault. Okay, we'll leave it at that. It's a good title. Good title. All.
Dennis Prager Podcasts
"stanford" Discussed on Dennis Prager Podcasts
"So my Friends, I am going to take whatever is on your mind. And being that this is the last hour prior to the Christmas break here, but I am on tomorrow, not live, but I am on tomorrow. I just wanted you to know. All right, Matthew Greer, South Carolina, hello. Hey, Dennis. Thanks for taking my call. I had the opportunity to meet you when you came to Greer and I gave you a letter and I gave you a cigar and the letter was in reference to the censorship on the Internet and I just wanted to tell you that I heard the first meliss interview that you did. And I was so moved, distraught, whatever you want to call it, that I had to get the word out. And I apologize for this, sir, but I posted that interview on my YouTube channel. And nobody sees it, the view count won't budge. I share it and share it, others have shared it. Comments don't show up. And this is not an injustice to me. This is an injustice to those men. And I just can't believe we're having this conversation in America. Well, that's why I want people to go to his website. We are good men dot com. I checked it out. It comes up immediately. Don't put spaces between words if you're not familiar with the Internet. We are good men dot com. Keep trying my friend you're doing a good thing. San Gabriel California, Jeffrey hello. Hello. Thanks for taking my call. Back to a previous sour discussing Stanford and the elimination of certain words, you mentioned yesterday that master was one of them, which made me think the rest of the day, what are they going to do with their master's program? Yeah, I wondered that yesterday. I said, are you not going to get a master's in some subject? I don't know what they're going to do. Because you can no longer say I master a subject. And yet they're keeping look, there are so many of these dilemmas. How come Columbus Ohio has allowed itself to keep the name Columbus. They probably officially don't even celebrate Columbus day in Columbus, Ohio. They probably have indigenous people's day. Why does Columbia University keep the name after Columbus? Columbia is named after Columbus, not the country Columbia, Columbia, the country spelled COO. Columbia is spelled like Columbus, COL. They're phonies, because they'd lose a fortune of money Columbia University if they drop their name. But their big supporters of dropping the holiday screw the country, but we want more money at Columbia. So that I don't know if they'll drop a master's program. Yes, they should. They don't want to. They don't want to reveal..
Dennis Prager Podcasts
"stanford" Discussed on Dennis Prager Podcasts
"Again, it's not a ban. Okay, so all right, that's a very fair objection. And I'll tell you by response. At the university, first of all, they use the word elimination. Elimination is not a suggestion, and you're right, it is not a legal ban. They can't legally ban it. But at the university, when they tell you not to use language and you start using it, you find yourself gradually in a minority and ultimately canceled. And I promise you that most professors will start using this new language, he didn't commit suicide, he died by suicide. Listen, they're now changing on this list. It says no longer use preferred pronouns. Use pronouns. I would make you a friendly bet, Phil. Of a $100. Because we live not far from one another. I would bet you that within one year they no longer say preferred pronouns at Stanford, but rather pronouns. I'm too smart to take that bet. Okay, fair enough. You're probably right. I mean all right, so okay, go ahead. Okay, there's one example that is flat of wrong. There's a phrase I'll try and use it to go out on something as balls to the wall. Yeah. So you can't use that because yeah, but they're totally wrong. In the aviation, you are controls, especially the mixture and power control. It's kind of a knob or a ball that if you pull out to have it all. Also, it doesn't mean testing. Not at all. Oh, that is cool. All right. I've not been familiar with the phrase to begin with. All right, thank you for the call. Depending on what you're celebrating or both, Merry Christmas, happy Hanukkah. Just in the slave melting and ring tingle tingling to really hey everybody, Dennis prager here. I have a man that I have great admiration for. And I have been in my way, others have done way more than me. Way more than I like grammar. And he is in prison. I've been speaking to him in prison, John mellis. He entered the capital on January 6th of 2021, and he is now been in prison nearly two years. In America, if you entered the capitol, you are more likely to be imprisoned than if you kill somebody. It is more or less come to that. John millis is still imprisoned, John, when I don't normally say to people, how are you? Because it's just a way of saying hello. But I really am curious, how are you? I'm okay. As good as I can be, I guess, but first, I just want to say thank you, mister prager and happy Hanukkah..
Dennis Prager Podcasts
"stanford" Discussed on Dennis Prager Podcasts
"Oh, excuse me, something so non vocal. Ah, you can't have handicapped parking anymore. No handicap parking at Stanford. Instead, accessible parking. The problem is all parking is accessible. It doesn't mean anything. Handicapped space, nobody's handicapped. Yep, it's accessible place. Insane, can't use that anymore. Back to surprising. Yes. Well, we no longer say insane asylum, but if we did, we would have to say surprising asylum. Yes, nobody's insane. Get it? Nobody. Lame, can't use that. Boring or uncool. Mentally ill. Oh my God, that's out. Person living with a mental health condition. All right? Oh, we can't use OCD. Nope, can't do that. Instead, detail oriented. The problem is detail oriented is a compliment. OCD is a problem. So the guy washes his hands 18 times a day. He's detail oriented. See, you have to understand what is at the core here a lie. These are all lies. Because truth is not a left wing value. I say it every single day because every single day I have another example. OCD is detail oriented? One's a compliment and one is a mental mental illness. It's not an insult. Stanford University. We'll be back in a moment..
Dennis Prager Podcasts
"stanford" Discussed on Dennis Prager Podcasts
"What is the objection at Stanford? Ableist language that trivializes the experience of people living with mental health conditions. Why is committed suicide trivialize anything? There are as many administrators at Stanford. As there are students. The difference is minimal. Dennis prager returned. I'd like to introduce you to monorail, America's investment app that takes you from where you are to where you want to be. Monorail is an investment in savings app that is made for patriots by patriots. Doesn't matter whether you're an apple fan or if you prefer Android, monorail is available in both environments and online at monorail dot com. Monorail is safer for users with bank level encryption and biometrics. Your money is protected with monorail through securities investor protection corporation and the FDIC, no matter how you engage with monorail, you're getting the security and safety that you need. Whether you're adding funds to your investment account, looking to buy a stock or putting money aside for future purchases. With monorail, you can put your money where it matters, and utilize the economic power that built this country. Don't go somewhere else to trade stocks, monorail gives you the freedom to purchase whole or fractional shares in companies you believe in. It only takes 5 minutes to download the app and set up join the pro America money movement, join monorail. Christmas tree is ready. Like I'm news olive oil, but with Miami far away from this episode yeah happy. Back to me. So this is the new lyrics. For our progressive age. Santa had a baby. Yep. Our pregnant. That's wild. That's why he's so heavy. The guys like permanently pregnant. I never thought of that..
Dennis Prager Podcasts
"stanford" Discussed on Dennis Prager Podcasts
"It's a pleasure to be with you. Listen, I'm going to open up the lines here. Whatever you'd like to raise, since I'm not on live tomorrow, but there will be a best of and therefore you should definitely tune in. I think I could do months of best of and it would hold your attention. Yeah, Sean thinks years. I'm not kidding. Because I try to make large points from the micro issues that I might be discussing. The day an issue of the day, but there is a larger point. One a prager 7 7 6 8 7 7 two four three 7 6. So yesterday, for example, I brought to your attention Stanford sinking to a level of absurdity. The degrees of decline, and the ultimate aside from evil, the ultimate is when you're laughable when you're when you've made a mockery of your selfish Stanford has. It's a very sad thing for me to say because at one time, universities were a jewel in America and it's not now they are the anti jewel, if you will, I actually looked through the entire Stanford, what is it called? Stanford guide to acceptable words. I believe that is the name, or an index of forbidden words. Actually, I want to, I read to you yesterday some of them, and I only ones that The Wall Street Journal editorial here its titled auditorial noted. Elimination of harmful language initiative. The elimination of harmful of harmful language initiative is a multi phase multiyear project to address harmful language at Stanford at Stanford. So it's gigantic. It's listed, for example, ableist. Ableist language is language that is offensive to people who live with disabilities and or devalues people who live with disabilities. Notice, by the way, you can no longer say a disabled person. A person who lives with disabilities. Do you know of a different oh yes, I see the difference is the person is not disabled the person merely has disabilities. I understand. The intent on that. So you can no longer call a person an addict. This is again from Stanford. Rather, person with a substance use disorder. Okay. Addicted, instead of saying someone is addicted, the language that you should be using is hooked or devoted. Devoted. He is devoted to alcohol. Is that precious? That's what I say. They've made a mockery of themselves at Stanford. So a Stanford Professor of student should not say about someone he or she is addicted. Rather hooked, why is hooked better? Do you understand why mister McConnell? I know they gave a reason why adequate was bad, but no, this is addicted that is bad. Addict is a separate category. This is addicted, hooked or devoted. Right. Devoted he's laughing. Basket case, you can't say somebody is a basket case. At Stanford, that is now forbidden. You can't say, you know, he's a basket case. So guess what the proper term for someone who is a basket case is, you know, you must understand this is serious. It's one of the most prestigious universities in the world. That is become a farce. Did one professor at Stanford speak up against this? Maybe, but I am not aware of it. Nervous, instead of saying basket case, you should say he's nervous. What was wrong by the way with basket case? Do you have any idea? Originally referred to as one who has lost all four limbs and therefore needs to be carried around in a basket. I didn't know that. Who cares? It's like the people who called me up and say, oh, this holiday or that has pagan oranges origins. So I won't celebrate it. It doesn't matter. It's what it's become that matters. Who knows what basket case originally meant? Anyway, it's not literal. It's a way of saying this guy's a loser is loser better guy's a basket case. I'm going to start using it now. Just to rile Stanford. Enthusiasts that's right, Hunter Biden was devoted to crack. It's a beautiful thing. Is a devotion. It was a daily devotion. That is correct. And he was never a basket case. He was nervous. Blind review, or blind study, you can say that. Because unintentionally perpetuates that disability is somehow abnormal or negative. Furthering and ableist culture, so you can not say that blind is abnormal or negative. It's normal and positive. Lucky you. You're blind. How many Americans know how much Stanford has sunk? How many parents are so thrilled when their kids go to this wasteland? Because they want their kids to make a lot of money. You don't think this will damage your child? It might not, it might not, there are kids who actually escape Stanford or Columbia or Yale, Penn, with their values and decency intact. But many don't. That amazing, you can say a blind review or blind study. Because it perpetuates the myth that blindness is abnormal or negative. Committed suicide, you can't say somebody committed suicide. I don't even know why. You say this is what you should say at Stanford. He died by suicide. Not he committed suicide. What's the difference? He died by suicide. I guess it's sort of implies he didn't do it. He died by suicide. Can you say he drowned? Or do you say he died by drowning? That's right, it is exactly like that. When the kid says, oh, it's spilled. The grape juice spilled on the white tablecloth. I didn't spill it..
Dr. Drew Podcast
"stanford" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
"Back to honestly, once again, knock on wood, I'm so grateful, you know, to my donor and to these expertise. I know young. Probably younger than me. I know that much. Which is nice. Which is great. Congratulations. Strong and healthy heart. Boom, brand new. But yeah, I'm basically back to doing everything that I used to do. And I mean, I train as hard as I used to train. Do you have any other weird emotional other than the people? I don't know yet. Because it's still so early, but I do feel like in a weird way, I honestly, I do feel that I have a little bit more, like I'm certainly more emotional. Like I kind of was a, I kind of I felt like as a person, I was able to kind of keep my emotions and check a little more. Let's say prior. But now, I feel like a little more emotional. It just in general, and even about talking about my. I get it. Which is normal. And I'm curious in terms of acting. Is it harder or easier, more available? It's the same. Acting is always hard. No, in a weird way, I'll tell you, no, it's easier overall because number one, I never thought I'd be able to do it again and coming back. I'm now, I now, I'm like, just acting, man. You're so grateful. I have a different perspective of life and work than I did prior. You know what I mean? And that's basically what it. Don't take it so seriously, brother. It's going to be okay. I was worried about chest surgery because the heart is a seat of emotion. And I worry that's going to alter that change it or something. And I'm curious about it. I've not found it to be so. It really changes very much. So I don't understand why it doesn't, frankly, because they're messing around with all those nerves. Why doesn't that? Yeah, I know there's so much going on, but as I say, you know, who knows who knows what the future holds with that kind of stuff? Yeah, yeah. So listen, I love it. I'm so glad that you shared the story with us. It's fun for me to exercise this muscle publicly and talk about all these things. As a practitioner, is there more to be said if we said it all? Is there other listen? I think honestly, I think we covered it. I love the conversations like this where the conversation doesn't stop. There's no lulls in the conversation. It's a great dialog back and forth. Find that at the monk of files, go to the Randy disher podcast. I'm assuming you're willing to talk about the same stuff there if you. In fact, we did season one and then after season one, I had to spend obviously time recuperating and just kind of rehabilitating my body and my mind too and then getting back up. So we're gearing up for season two. I'm still working everybody out there if you're listening to this. He's a two is coming. I promise you, I'm just getting myself straight and then we'll be back at you soon enough. But yeah, I mean, that's the thing is I'm so willing to talk about this now. And yeah, I'm very lucky. I came out the right side of it. So I want to share that with people. In the meantime, follow a Twitter at JS JS grade your AY Denver and also on Instagram at Jason gray Stanford. My friend was really a privilege to talk to you. And thank you for coming on. Dr. Drew. I'm so glad you're having me. You've done this. This is like, this is the joy.
Dr. Drew Podcast
"stanford" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
"And which diuretics. And so okay, now we got all that. And then the ramp rule makes that all worse too. And so in terms of the numbers, and sometimes it's even false. Falsely elevate Stephanie. So you're like, okay, and then I'm sure you didn't look at the magnesium, the phosphorus and the calcium, we're looking at that too. Because that can get bad. All of a sudden, and so we were just having one corner of our eye looking at that. Did that, the phosphorus have got out of control? Yeah, the phosphorus did phosphorus did without question and it's funny you say that because you're trying to take in me now down a walk of memory lane here kind of over the last year and just everything you're saying, yes. Yes, yes. But that stuff they were sort of show they decided presenting that to you as it happened. Now we have this thing. But once I see once I get wind of it, I'm now, I'm now going home on Google. And I'm like this. Can I go in and get blood tests again this week? You could go down a waxy path. Bone metabolism. And here's the thing, and I did, which kind of during this thing secondary hyperparathyroidism, did you worry about that? I just thought I went through, I went through everything because really, there was kind of a period there too, where I was kind of so resistant to it all and I was, honestly, I was in denial of it. I was like, I'm going to get better. I know I can. And I can do this. That's good. We want you to. You know, but the answer is you did get better. You just didn't know where you were going to do. How it was going to come about. Just for why you have doctors, if I can speak on behalf of why we have physicians, this is one diagnosis and the complexity of managing one diagnosis. We have to have similar expertise with realistically 500 diagnoses. And so understand when you see a doctor, this stuff is already in our head. It's already and we've seen it a million times. And so don't think when you bring doctor Google and you're telling us something, we don't know. We've seen it in a minute. This is one illness one particular manifestation of one illness, and it's just understand doctors have a purpose. I'm upset these days with the centralization of bureaucracy. And this is why you don't have pathways. You have highly trained individuals and motivated informed patients who work together decentralized out in the community to get the best outcome for you. That's my PSA. That's good. That's why it's a good one. If there's gonna be one. I don't think it would have happened if you'd remained a Canadian citizen. I don't think you would have gotten the same level of care. Really, because I will, I will say this because I'm my heart transplant was in Canada. Oh, 'cause I got stuck up there during COVID. Now, however, I had two teams at team here at cedars, obviously. And I had a team kind of on the back on when COVID hit because that's when I started to get where you can eating citizen at that time. I am a Canadian. I'm a duel. I'm Jules. I'm dual. So I'm very fortunate to have, in my opinion, the best of both worlds. That's true. And I'll say that. By the way, that is the ideal comment. That is the idea. I have no problem with that at all. And I will say the benefit that I really kind of took from, you know, obviously the Canadian system and being up there with the doctors is we just have so many less people. You know, just as a country as a whole and however, I will also say the tails side to that head of the coin is that that individual kind of detailed, not detailed. That's the wrong word. That just that individual kind of really one on one care that you can have here is that's what I'm talking about. It is invaluable, decentralized. But once you one on one. But once you kind of, you know, once you kind of navigate it, I believe that they both have incredible merits. So the thing we don't have that you would have noticed, particularly the level of care you were getting. We don't have the integration that we should have. We're not well integrated. And unfortunately, as we attempt to integrate, we're centralizing. That's the mistake. You just need to integrate. We need to make everything available for people that need it. 100%. When one of the great and one of the great things I had that that was very interesting to me is that, you know, when I was working with my team in Canada who I door now, I know very, you know, I know intimately now most of them. And by the way, my comment about Canadian healthcare is not oh no, no, absolutely. It's not about the practitioners. They have exceptionally good practitioners. No system. Systematic. It's systematic. 100%. And there's going to be good and bad in all the systems. But I was going to say up there, I appreciated the fact that there were numerous voices. It was a team, a truly a team. However, at the same time, I was like, can I not just talk to the one guy was talking to you last week? He was great. I love him. Where is he? Yeah, right. And so there was kind of, you know, there was that kind of I had mixed certainly mixed feelings about that because as I say, I was so fortunate to get great care in both countries and down here at cedars. And that's my purse and everything, every question, everything gets directed there. Unfortunately, sometimes in Canada when I did it, you know, it would get redirected to someone else who wasn't quite as up on my not smart, not an expert and not brilliant, but just not as up on Jason gray Stanford as an individual. So let me put a finer point on that. Which is you don't go to a physician for his or her fund of knowledge..
Dr. Drew Podcast
"stanford" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
"But as you know, I've been very obsessed with languages lately. And so it's on my mind constantly, so I hope that you're doing well. And do help us by supporting the people that support the podcast here and check out the Dr. Drew TV site as well where we're doing regular streaming shows. And I might love to have the corolla faithful over at Instagram DR drew pinsky and of course TikTok at Dr. Drew. Today the guest is Jason gray Stanford, the podcast is the Randy disher podcast, of course, the best known for playing lieutenant Randy disher in the Golden Globe winning TV program monk. And of course he voiced the role of raditz raditz. You're going all the way back. So there you go. We'll get into what Jason's all about, but you know him, of course, from monk. And you can follow him on Twitter at jazz GAS or jazz jazz. Gray Stanford. And Instagram at Jason gray. Stanford. Welcome. Thank you very much for having me. Dr. Drew. So talk about the podcast for a minute. Why should people go listen? Oh, well, I tell you what, if you're a monk fan, which there are many of them out there, the monk faithful, the monca holics, as we call them. Mongol files, whatever you want. Whatever you might want to say. What it's really kind of, I started it. When we'll get into it later, but I had some health issues. And I started it during that time. And it was really therapeutic for me. And I realized that, you know, during the pandemic, you know, a show like monk really kind of caught on again, having been off the air for a little bit of interesting. And it was really kind of my love letter, my thank you. Well, I think him over at maisel reinvigorated interest in Tony Shalhoub. You know what I mean? And I met him, could not be a nicer guy, right? Absolutely. He's kind of one of those like when you talk about Hollywood and people, you're like, he's one of the good guys. He could not be more just easy to talk to and welcoming and stuff. And I was always a monk fan, but I think I got more, I don't know, something about misses maisel connected me to him. And I think that's what sending people back to me. And a lot of people did exactly that. You know, obviously I think Tony has numerous Emmys now. He's got a handful for monk a couple for maisel. And it's one of those things, it's like timing is everything, right? And monk had this kind of real resurgence during the pandemic. And obviously with streaming and everything, you know, it kind of is so much easier to reach. Well, and you add to that, the pandemic of anxiety that we're having. And a lot of people's anxiety has an OCD flavor to it. 100%. And so it's perfect character. Yeah, it's absolutely, it's easy to revisit that, that's for sure. And it's actually funny that we're talking about this right now 'cause I can't give away too many details, but the monk fans might be very excited with some news coming up soon. Oh, good for you. So we shall see. That's very exciting. You'll have to stay tuned. He has not told me anything, but I know, I know what that well, I won't say anymore. But given where it is in the evolution of that series, I think I know what he means. So good luck, that'll be great. And I think we can back into your condition through all that because thank God you're here and well. Thank you very much to participate in this thing. What a pleasure to be fantastic, right? Let's stay with Tony Shalhoub and say, how did he respond when you got sick? And we'll talk about what that sounds like. What's very, very funny is this kind of all originally started for me kind of at the end of 2017 that beginning of 2018. That's when you realize that's what I started kind of feeling getting short of. When you went up the stairs. In fact, not so much. It kind of like, for me, it literally felt like fatigue. I just wasn't performing well at the gym. And I was like, and I was working. And you kind of put those two together and you're like, oh, it's a long hours. I'm tired. Whenever somebody complains about fatigue, I worry about this. Yeah. It's in the back of my mind all the time. That's the two dreaded things when people complain about fatigue is cancer and those are the big boys. And it can be coronary disease sometimes, too, to be fair. And I'm assuming yours was more viral or something. Mine was at the end of the, obviously it was idiopathic dilated cardiomyopathy, but at the end of the day basically what that means is we're not sure. We don't know. And they virus was kind of the final. As we say, idiopathic is the doctors and idiot and the patient's pathetic. You know what? All my time going through this, that's the first time I've heard that and I love it. I'm stealing stealing it now. But yeah, I mean, basically that's it. And I kind of brushed it off. When you were first diagnosed. When you started getting these symptoms, I mean, I'm very in tune with my body with my health with my diet and in retrospect. I'm like, wow, buddy. You miss this? Oh, it's easy. It's easy. Listen, you're not, I don't know if you had any medical training, but you're not thinking that way when you get fatigued. Yeah, no, it's one thing when you come into a doctor, we have to think about all that stuff. It's the last thing you want to think about when you're the patient. And you know what else also is funny to any kind of inkling of those things, you kind of, you're like, oh no, I don't want to be sick. I don't want to be suspicious of male. You want to push these men do that notoriously. 100% and I am guilty of it. Yeah, me too. And it's crazy because in retrospect, as I say, when I look back on all of it now and I kind of replay those moments, I'm like, holy smokes. The holy smokes is you now know the condition. And you know you can drop dead suddenly from. That's the holy smokes part. Yeah. So it's pretty shocking, but you know, so anyway, so I get so Tony. So basically, I kept it from everybody. I didn't say anything. Did he pick up that you were not well? No, not at all. That's an interesting topic by itself. Being a performer and having a serious illness. I deal with this all the time. The fear is I won't be insurable. There won't hire me. Fire me. Yeah, why would they take a risk on me? It's already so high risk to do a production that's so expensive. Yeah. That all that stuff goes through your head. And it's realistic. That's the horrible part. Absolutely. There were times where I was like, I'm never working again. This is not, I don't know what's happening. And not only was I getting sick and sicker and sicker as trying to time was going on. And obviously, you know, with heart failure, it's a very kind of slippery slope. It's a fickle beast, really..
SI Media Podcast
"stanford" Discussed on SI Media Podcast
"My last game I played I played in the rose bowl we lost the rondane at Stanford. And we all four years. We wanted to get there. We wanted to play on New Year's Day. And we didn't play well. And I pray for these teams to when they're on this stage, just play well. And I hope that these four teams play well. And I don't want anything on uncertain, you know, unfortunate things to happen in the game. But same thing. I think my wins, but I do think since then, he has the goods to hang around and cover the number. I do. I wish I want to bet Cincinnati. I wish they would have had just one other game against someone like an Notre-Dame. You know, just, you know, because if you have two in there, they beat Notre-Dame, can't take that away from them. But like you said, the rest of the schedule, you don't know if that how much credence to put in that one note. I wish it was just one more. They had one more game like that. In terms of evaluating for this game? I mean, and that's the thing nobody wants to hear. It's like, I think Houston's pretty capable team. I was really impressed. They needed to, I mean, going in and not knowing what happened in the big 12 game. Like, Cincinnati had to go in and be impressive and win..
SI Media Podcast
"stanford" Discussed on SI Media Podcast
"With Stanford Steve where we get into bed beats how they do the segment and then get into some betting stuff. We talk about the two college football playoff games worst bed beats of the year and a couple of other things. So good interview with Scott. And then Steve. And then after that, we have train of thoughts with salaca where we discuss a variety of topics, including something I had to get off my chest about the NFL television rules officials who, in my opinion, for the most part are useless. And then get into some other stuff about Christmas trees and upcoming John Madden documentary. So stick around for training thoughts. After Stanford, Steve, if you missed any recent episodes, Jim Miller was on last week to talk about his new HBO book about a bunch of HBO shows over the years, two weeks ago, we had an old train of thoughts, Thanksgiving edition with me and Sal. Kenny main on the podcast recently as well as Becky Lynch Kevin Clark Al Michaels. If you missed any of them going to the archives, check them out and subscribe. All right, here we go with this week's episode. Stanford Steve followed by train of thoughts, right? Here on the SI media podcast. All right, joining me now, one of the two people who are part of the best weekly sports segment on all of sports television, which is bad beats on sports and with Scott van pelt his partner in crime on that segment. Stanford, Steve, aka, Steve Coughlin, joined me now on the SI media podcast, Steve. Thanks for doing this. How are you? I appreciate you having me, Jimmy. Looking forward to it. Listen all the time. You have a good time and I appreciate that. That's what it's about. I think people want to laugh and have fun when they're listening to podcasts and stuff like that. So I love bad beach in my role in that. That's what I that's what I try to do. You try and do so. It's about having some fun, man. That's what I look forward to trying to give people. It's interesting because that segment is nothing but fun, but also painful for, you know, some of us have experienced. So it's a weird thing that you're having fun with the pain, but that's what bad beats are sort of all about. No doubt. No, no doubt about it. If you've been there, you've been there, you know? And it's just, it's so funny because with social media now and the reaction you get, you know, I'll send the clip out when I get it from my people and, you know, a lot of people that's the way they see it now. I wish they would use the DVRs, but they rely on Twitter. You know what, everybody watches. It believes everything on Twitter. But no, like, you know, the younger demo with with gambling opening up everywhere and people getting more invested. Like, you could tell it's their first time being a part of it..
"stanford" Discussed on 20/20
"In bed. He had stalled detectives out the door trying to serve him with a warrant by saying he needed to get dressed. It comes with great honor to announce we solved the year cold-case when we did for the forensic examination on his computers. Stephen crawford had hundreds of thousands thousands and thousands of images and videos of chelpanov affi floppy disks after floppy disks floppy disk of images and videos depicting murder and torture of women teenagers and young children. Some of the videos. That i watched things being done are things that are going to help me the rest of my life crawford is the biggest cowered in the world. He's lived this life knowing that he murdered her. And i wanna make sure that we look at other cases that he could have been responsible for this type of murder in my experience. It's not just one person. So i hope that we continue to look at. What else did he do. Investigators wondered was stephen crawford also responsible for the other stanford murders that began in nineteen seventy three with the murder of twenty one year old. Leslie para lawf- leslie pearl off. Her body was discovered in the foothills behind the campus on stanford land. She parked her orrin chevy nova to the side of the road and then just walked off to take a picture. She wanted to commission an artist. She knew to paint a watercolour landscape. For my mother's birthday. Leslie was a stanford grad that was going to be going to law school. She'd gone up to the hills to take photographs. I believe and was strangled and murdered. Leslie and i looked a lot alike. I mean we looked like twins. Leslie was my mentor and my protector. And i always felt safe around leslie. My name is diane love. And i'm leslie prologues younger sister. We were separated by about fourteen months. Leslie was my best friend and she was a wonderful sister. Leslie was very bright and she was raised to not be ashamed of being smart as a young girl. Leslie was one of the brightest students in our class. She was going to go to the best universities. She wanted to be president of the united states. She went through high school in three years. She went through college in three years. Stanford was the college to go to. My uncle went to stanford and then my mom went to stanford and then leslie went to stanford she wanted to learn about the world. She wanted to find out what was out there and experience it and make it a better place. Leslie was always very interested in justice shoes interested in helping the underdog she was in love and she was hoping to be married and she was ready to make the difference that she could in the world. I just can't imagine for her her dear heart and her brilliant gentle self to have the horror of that experience. I still can't imagine. I did a year abroad in ghana west africa and probably got a phone call was marine from the us embassy and he said i had a telegram. You wanna come and get it. It's a no we'd it to me. Read it to me and he goes. Are you sure you want me to read this to you and your read it read it.
"stanford" Discussed on 20/20
"Soon as i took a couple steps gun mr crawford put the gun away. Investigative journalists grace kong four decades after airless perry's brutal murder at stanford memorial church. Santa clara county finally has all the evidence they need to move in and arrest her killer former stanford security guard. Stephen crawford crawford. We're gonna help you all.
"stanford" Discussed on 20/20
"As far as the i could tell today was just another day of classes at stanford university the day after the tragedy. That happened back there in the church. But there was a lot of obvious interest in the case. Headlined by the stanford daily indications of strangulation There was a some bruising around the neck i was at the time i was the campus correspondent for the san francisco chronicle sort of how i put myself through school. And the chronicle sent down a reporter and photographer from san francisco. Who obviously weren't familiar with the campus didn't know The major players on campus. And so basically. I took them around campus to the to the church to the murder site and Took them to bruce berries apartment Because they wanted to get a photo of arles perry and That experience is still seared in my memory. He had just seen his wife. Twelve or fifteen hours before And still trying to process this horrific news. My recollection is that it was stunning and he was stunned But in in some sense all of us were how could this thing happen at stanford in a church when lewis perry was killed. I've been on the department for about a year. It was something that i was always interested in. This was a promising young woman who was murdered and the victims and their families need an answer. I can say firsthand that the detectives to that worked on this case on the front end in nineteen seventy s Put in a lot of work. They talk to hundreds of people. They ensured that the evidence that they collected was preserved they interviewed. Reinterviewed people that they thought they had hunches of of maybe some suspicion and so they took a real hard. Look at those people nothing ever panned out with that And and so as you you start running out of leaves. The case starts going colder and colder. Fortunately sergeant alleys is compulsive about details. He went back and reexamined each and every piece of evidence collected the night of the murder. Bruce artists got into a quarrel are less being a devout christian. Decided to walk over to stanford memorial church and pray. She walked into the church at approximately twenty minutes or so before midnight. Bruce went back to the apartment and after a short period of time relied. Articles wasn't coming home. And so you went to the church and got there maybe around midnight and the doors were locked so he begins to walk around campus looking for her doesn't see her drives around can't find her he comes back and reports her missing to stanford police a you want an offer to come by and take a report or something. I don't know the play. some help. Turn to find where she last for a long time. Right far shoot. He's walking toward Long ago was this twelve twelve o'clock we'll have someone look around for and If he does come in and give us a call about. I've been sheriff for probably just over twenty one years and the perry case has been one that i've wanted solve for a long time anytime we would have a new detectives and our cold case homicide unit. I would talk with them and ask them to take another look at. It was anywhere between fifteen and twenty. Lee detectives investigated the case on top of other detectives who assisted during operations. I would say at least one hundred. Detectives have worked on this case in one way or another we have to exceptional detectives that really went through the case piece by piece but all of the detectives worked on it for many years. It took just under two months to read through the entire case file one time and that was just the beginning of it. You have to remember and quote investigations. A lot of the standard investigative techniques have been exhausted. And i wanted to come at it from a different angle and so i just created a list of the things that i wanted to do and move forward on the case. Prime experts understand that some of the most vaccine cases break on the tiniest detail the stanford murderers would surely still be a mystery. If it weren't for sergeant. Rick alaniz alaniz spent months reviewing decades reports. He created fastidious spreadsheets of all the evidence and reviewed recordings.
"stanford" Discussed on 20/20
"The murder inside stanford memorial church has a sheriff's homicide detail somewhat baffled. Whoever carried out the sex torture slaying of nineteen year old arlos perry left little if any evidence behind but all indications are that it may have been carried out as part of a bizarre ritual or candles found paraphernalia that would indicate some sort of ritual had taken I don't really know at this. Particular time can answer that question. A lot of the talk rumors were satanic. Could it be called related this net. The other thing there was a group of guys in town. They dress like catholic priest but they had red collars on and they'd go up to her. All the high school kids hung around up at abm kings food host and they would talk to argue with us about christianity. And god and whatever else you know. And i know our lous got involved in the case of trying to convert them a little bit and actually. I heard that she actually went to a meeting of theirs at one time. It got to a point where we didn't know if we really wanted to know everything but it was in the paper every day. It was on the news every day due to the way that the actual murderer looked like a ritual type of murder so everybody was assuming that it was part of that that type of a cultish type of ritual one of the theories came from an author and his theory wise that earlier was hunted. Stockton slain in california. You have to keep in mind. Police and investigators could not tell even the family members the truth about the way she.
All Ball with Doug Gottlieb
"stanford" Discussed on All Ball with Doug Gottlieb
"So i wanted to go to stanford since thousand seventh grade so my sister's older than me and my grandmother lives in the bay area so when we were visiting her we visited stanford's campus for my sister to take a tour and stanford's like number four in the country at the time great academics and i was a good student and i said man and it was close to my grandma who i'm i'm like i talk to everyday like this is why i wanna play but as you said. I'm a slow jewish kid from the suburbs. no odds aren't amazing for me but just kept grinding. Putting my head down working really kept my eyes set on that any even like as i started getting recruited like my coaches and all that day told people like he wants to go to stanford so the ivy's recruited me and other kind of academic school but it was always about stanford and you have to. You have to be good in some ways but you also have to be lucky and i had a little bit of both things where like i played well but i also played while the right times and you know the stanford went to the final four and ninety eight so when they were like number one in two thousand one right when i was recruited so they like top top programme and like so it was like a a shoe in for me to go there but it just worked out for me man and i. It'd be more more happy about it. Just such an awesome location. You get stanford..
Not Another Horror Podcast
"stanford" Discussed on Not Another Horror Podcast
"Saying my interest in understanding the dynamics of human aggression and violence stems from my early personal experiences of living in a rough violent neighborhood. Zimbardo credits his teachers with helping encourage his interest in school a motivating him to become successful. After graduating from high school. He attended brooklyn college where he graduated in. Nineteen fifty four with a triple major in psychology anthropology and sociology. He studied psychology in graduate school at yale where he earned his. Ma nineteen fifty five in his phd in nineteen fifty nine after graduating zimbardo taught at yale new york university and columbia before moving to stanford in nineteen sixty eight his position stanford is where he would conduct an experiment. That is still talked about today. Referred to as the stanford prison experiment you see the stanford prison experiment go on to be his most famous and controversial study in this experiment. Zimbardo and his colleagues were interested in finding out whether the brutality reported among guards in american prisons was due to this district. Personalities of the guard i- disposition. All i have more to do with the prison environment. I e situation. For example prisoner-guards gars may have personalities which made conflict inevitable with prisoners liking respect for law and order and guards being dumb and aggressive zimbardo. Were put out a newspaper ad to gain participants for this experiment in that he for volunteers who wanted to participate in a study the psychological effects for prison life. He also offered fifteen dollars an hour. Which is the equivalent to ninety six dollars an hour today. For fourteen days straight. You can see the pill. He would receive seventy five applicants. The seventy five applicants who ask the ad were giving diagnostic interviews and personality tests to eliminate candidates with psychological problems. Medical disabilities are a history of crime. drug abuse. Participants were randomly assigned to either the role of prisoner our guard in the simulated prison. They chose these people with the flip of a coin. Participants were randomly assigned to either the role of prisoner guard in the simulated prison environment. With the flip of a coin there are two reserves in one dropped out finally leaving ten prisoners in eleven koretz each cell. His mock prison hill. Three prisoners included three cuts other rooms across from sales where utilities for the gel guard warden. One tiny space with dissipated as a solitary confinement real yet another room served as a prison yard prisoners were to remain in the mock prison twenty four hours a day during the guards were assigned to work in three man teams for eight hour shifts after each shift. Guards were allowed to return to their homes until their next shift. Researchers were able to observe the behavior of the prisoners and guards. Using hidden cameras and microphones when the prisoners arrived at the prison. They were stripped naked. Delauze had all their personal possessions remove and locked away era given prison clothes and bedding they were issued a uniform referred to by.