4 Burst results for "Stephen Ted"

"stephen ted" Discussed on SGGQA Podcast – SomeGadgetGuy

SGGQA Podcast – SomeGadgetGuy

03:22 min | 3 months ago

"stephen ted" Discussed on SGGQA Podcast – SomeGadgetGuy

"I'm so embarrassed dead That was a terrible segway. I joined the phone shows. Chat this last episode. It went live. sunday my sunday am i. I love hanging out with stephen ted. They love to lean into me as an audio guy. We stephen. I have been long. Time advocates for products. Like the next docs and again almost almost writing exactly the same timeframe i saw the project saw the second generation both jumped on that aggressively next touch next three sixty. There's there's an old school geek mentality. Where if you have a computing device. You want to see what limit you can push it to. And that's the kind of conversation. I was brought up with over clocking. Pda's i still hold the record for over clocking the h. p. compaq ipaq twenty seven fifty that x. Scale the trick to overclock scale. It wasn't cpu. Timing was actually memory timing if you could bump up memory timing on the h. x. twenty seven fifty you. Could you could significantly improve performance. So i'm sorry. I don't know where that game from. That's that's the kind of nuts and bolts. That i wanna get into. I'm way less impressed with like pretty role of something that feels nice in the hand. And steve is exactly the kind of conversation i love to get into. We had an entire middle section talking about the dynamic vibration mode on sony experience phones. How many reviews have you seen of experience that either one completely gloss over it. Like kind of shrug like who would care about tactile experiences on our phones or to just never mentioned those kinds of features at all sony experienced. Do this one thing. It's a little gimmicky. But it's unique to the sony in a way that can can kind of contribute to the media on your phone and it was beautiful. Because like i kind of put out one assertion ted came back saying oh well that's hasn't been my experience at all and then when we sort of compared notes we realize like oh we were talking about the right effect here and steve was talking about something a little bit different and oh man yeah okay now. We all kind of get what this is doing. And why we like this. Those kinds of conversations awesome in the fact that i kinda called what each person was doing and how they were using it just made me feel like okay i i know wti t.f. I'm talking about so Yeah it's good times so please give them a listen i you should be subscribed to their show anyway. I i love the phone show chat very chill vibe very chill podcast. Old school style podcast. And it's really good times so Sorry.

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"stephen ted" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"stephen ted" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Right the al whose from Mel back yeah you know I read that that rings a bell now I remember the yeah I would have a guy would never thought of that yet Mel Mack yeah where the hell is Mel Mack anyway but you know the idea all right well Larry thank you so much congradulations will get to your email address and we'll get you a code alf was from Mel Mack there eight old television trivia question number two read the who did fess Parker play did fess Parker play in nineteen sixty four the year I was born I don't think I'm going to know the answer to that one he was in re run for years years and years okay so all right not email from Tim Jim morning Stephen Ted last time that was on a call or was having trouble getting optimizer in his Ford excursion I had the same trouble with the F. one fifty to get the optimizer in the forwards with the easy fill fuel cap yeah cut the bottom out of an empty optimizer bottle the neck is the right size to release the flap in the field to you're familiar with that area so yes yes yes it's the right size W. like a funnel isn't yeah makes the final stage of well talking about is that the these new caps that yeah okay their capital okay because that's I had one of those one of those that I rented here a few weeks back other cap was a what the hell there's no fuel cap here's a yes some of them the they take a little bit smaller or top the we have ours is just a little bit larger than some of the smaller cars and then you have to have a final most of the cars that have the the capitals do you have a final somewhere on the car in the car provided but yeah we're still we're working we're trying to work out a way to do that differently I don't we've got a couple things are working on so you can all right very good parts in the country it's eight eight eight eight six zero seven eighty five eight six zero T. R. U. K. get an NHRA update here on America's trucking network C. is the NHRA report America's trucking network as the NHRA prepares for one of the biggest annual events the Emily motor oil NHRA Gatornationals ticket sales for the event the third event of the twenty twenty NHRA Mello Yello drag racing series are tracking at near record levels in anticipation of the traditional east coast opener the event will be highlighted by the twenty twenty season debuts in pro stock motorcycle E. three probiotic fide drag racing series and the Sam tech dot EDU NHRA factory stock showdown classes Gainesville Raceway is making extra precautions in light of what we know now about the corona virus situation and HRA has installed additional hand sanitizing and hand washing units throughout the event site to make it easier for attendees to actively practice these precautions in addition increased cleaning will be undertaken throughout the facility for more on this check it out at NHRA dot com.

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"stephen ted" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

05:16 min | 2 years ago

"stephen ted" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"It's funny because the story goes way back to when you started doing the show with this for Westminster was the day that I did not meet you. But I kind of you watching you David Letterman, and you had your way back. Yeah. Little dresses on these rats. And then over sudden, I think we scheduled you from this show from the fashion show. This year is the sixteen Daniel New York fashion show, and then you came on. Like, you're the woman. Never forget that. That amazing. From other cats designed to rats owner. I mean, everybody. During the fashion shows with Jack Davis. That way back. I'm gonna have to come in early actually because the fashion show is on Thursday nights here at hotel, and I got to walk in two of them and the fifty shades of grey, and I did the king one was wearing a crown. You gave a kiss on stage. People still talking about. Gray. All they want kids. Improvising. Not really got a good. It was a crowd. Yes. You definitely on. I was walking around with my sukey, grave pajamas on. So. Yeah. Passenger side. It was fun. And it was all the money goes swords. Receipts goal to that may use alliance. New York City animals who have on the one hundred fifty s q loops we have a round twenty sinus throughout the night, not only from the United States. But also international these year, we have Marocco undefeated beans, and they Ma yes. Many outfits where the father was specially made in this country's had made by indigenous people like from the Maija they made one of the most rates from the Philippines. They had made a fabric. I'm so on these very unique. We have different things throughout the night. One was international master way wish Lou fishe into meeting him in early and do the show. International festivals. We have risen from the national countries. We had the Evenson angels, which I know that you love that with so much. It'll be nice. Okay. Together. Even the angel. Yeah. I would be in this game. The little devil. So. Sure. Definitely the Janjua who makes all these fossil said. Hi, I haven't seen Greg little while bumped into him was at the global pet show in Orlando Florida who was there. One year news. So you never know who you're going to bump. Opening bottles of fine. Celebrating for all the right now. Yes. I know. I don't know what we're doing. You had the best in show contest at the fashion show and the Royal pup Schule wedding. What are may seem Macomb Barco on Harry prints of tales my on there were accompanied by the Queen Mother the Royal palace guard a couple of bridesmaids. It was. Yeah, it was beautiful, and and they were all replicas of the actual wedding outfits. Even crown was replica of the actual Brown that they quit mother use different dogs all your dog. They'll us we we really infra Cise on fishery animals that bailable adoption, okay. No, you're fashion east to the thing. These these these yet I because I'm so basic boarding between all the models on under the sinus. But I always throw a few pieces. I got dressed Amini horse many horse. I got excited in my first hole. Some of the dogs around. Well, I actually horses being able on the roadway we also had to drag on I. Yeah. Driving definitition dragon. He meant the threat on angel outfit. The has wings and mass on my goodness. Yes. It will definitely when that's not Dr. But it was something Stephen Ted that'd be something. Very same. So tell us on the people that didn't attend the fashion show. But how can they see it? Is there a place did I know it's taped and everything and I noticed major news there major Niels right now is being everywhere..

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"stephen ted" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

12:39 min | 2 years ago

"stephen ted" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Are pleased to have the author Steven Michaud, welcome to the program. Good to be with you today. So Stephen let's start right from the ginning. How is it that you turned out to spend all this time interviewing Ted Bundy? Well. Back when Ted was still a suspect. And not a convicted killer. Key to a series of intermediaries contacted me New York and offered me at deal that he would to me about his cases in return for a complete reinvestigation of all the murders in which he hit implicated at that time. Wesley thirty and it was a deal that I was a little dubious about because I knew that Ted was a liar. But the possibility of actually getting him up throw if he was telling the truth was was hard to resist. So I called an old friend of mine, Hugh Ainsworth, and I said do you want to serve doing the reinvestigation, and I'll go to the prison and talk to Ted. And that's how it all started. Stephen Ted Bundy is very famous for his charisma. Did you just described to us? You know, you're sitting there across from him to some of the those vibes. They came out from what was the feeling you got. Did had various personalities, and I don't I don't mean by that that he had a split personality that there was more than one Ted inside often. He could be very gregarious charming Johann fun to be around even on death row. Other times. I could see the that could see the Ted that probably was the last of a lot of his victims had a a kind of darkness in his is a he would he would you kind of. It was kind of vibe actually and and at times a really accurate smell. I know that sounds a little weird. Like, I'm in there with the devil himself of brimstone and fire, but he did have a really strange body order that that kind of a company his moves when I knew that he was thinking about his murders. And I think it's interesting how you kind of coaxed him into talking about the murders because he didn't want to confess to you. But you talked him into talking about one in the third person. Yeah. Well, I noticed about early on that the description of him often was that he was very boyish, and it occurred to me very soon in our conversation that that was exactly what he was that he may have been in his late twenties at that point. But emotionally he was still about twelve. So I thought I would take advantage of that. And in a Piel to his vanity and feel to his absolute terror of actually saying I did it. So the confessional part away. And I said, you know, more about these cases than anybody because you're a suspect or or or are connected with them. You visited the crime scene as a defendant with your attorneys, and you know, everybody connected with him. So, you know, everything about these crimes more than anybody else. Why don't you tell me what kind of person committed them and how it went down? And he reached over grabbed by tape recorder and kind of clutched it to his to his mouth and off. We went was I mean during the course of that. Whether you're sitting there listening back, I mean, did he did he slip up and kind of, you know, go from third person to kind of first person in could you tell that was happening. Time seems very careful about it. But when he would get very deep into one of his re-creations of one of the the crimes. He, you know, he he forgot himself every now and again and would slip into the first person. I pushed him too hard. However, when he was describing something to me, and I wanted more and more details, I remember one point he stopped. And he said, you know me show. I think you make a pretty good serial killer too. I really think you would which was his way of getting me to shut up. Did you ever get an indication of why he did this? It was just he was just that sick. And I'm because he had no connection to these women. Correct. Right. They're all strangers. Ted never really knew as far as I can tell you know, what was there? What was motivating him? He talked to me at a lot of link about what he calls his entity. It kind of an inner voice that would that would get his attention shape. For instance, he was walking down the street, and then attractive woman was walking in front of him voice. Which would would start talking to him and say, you know, she's a bitch. You know, she's she's you ought to killer that that was at least his story. It's clear from the autopsies in from the the crime scenes that Bundy more women a an enormous hatred because what he did to them with our beyond. What was necessary to subdued him or to kill them. He was very very angry where that anger came from. I couldn't tell you. There wasn't like a past. You know, a lot of times. It's you know, something happened in other. Used or sexually abused something. Like that. There was nothing like that. With Ted creek. Well, if the the the the returns are midst there, there was active speculation inside his family that grandfather was actually his father and his mother. Always gave a story about the guy that she said was father. He was a World War Two vet who would who took advantage of her? She was shot girl and nineteen forty six and she had his baby that that story never was confirmed whether or not Ted, which physically or emotionally harmed as a child, I don't know. But there's there's a reason is to look at that hem of his life, and and and expect to find something we just have founded yet. He when he got hit tuber d of his growth is emotional growth, just plain stopped. And it was eat his friends. We interviewed said, you know, Ted was a great when he was eight years old. But boy, I tell you when he was fourteen he just he just drew into himself and didn't talk didn't didn't participate in anything. And he confirmed that to me that he just fell apart in teams. But he refused to say that that was the reason they started killing it just was another fact that hasn't been completely explained Stephen Michel is our guest and Steven d remember the last time that did it stand out for anything last time. You talked to them. It was kind of a I didn't know it was going to be the last time. I talked to them. I I interviewed tip for six months. And finally got get sick of it. And I told age with partners. Okay. It's your turn. So I walked into the prison of the three of us Billy three of this in the same room together. Actually, and I kind of handed over to Hugh and walked out and not knowing that that was the last I would ever see him and subsequent to that. There were a couple of letters exchange that was it because that was really really unhappy with the content of the book it made him out to be the killer that he that he was and did so in detail. Stephen during your course of conversation with a lot of times, you know, serial killers of what I've read, you know, they'll kind of almost be proud of what they did. And they think there's so much modern. They're almost like an artist like they take pride in their work. And did you get any indication of that with Ted absolutely kids? I mean, Ted considered himself first in his class when it came to serial murder. In fact, he from time to time would would boasted he had a PHD in serial murder. These guys that his common one is their narcissism. They're they're very full of themselves. And the other part is paranoia. They don't trust anybody. And you see these two traits head of emerge, you know, sometimes together sometimes not in court, for example, Bundy acting as his own attorney was symptomatic of his his paranoia because he didn't trust his own lawyers to to you know, he didn't trust what they thought they were plotting against him on the other hand the narcissism came out because he could eat prints for the cameras. So it's a, you know, they these these are common traits. And and and it's at flaxseeds pretty rare run into a social Pathak killer and not discovered that find them and Steven I got the impression. When you when you first started to interview him, he thought the book was going to be kind of like a celebrity profile. Is that correct? It wasn't anything about killing. Well, yeah. That's exactly what it was. He telling about fantasizing when he was four years old that ROY Rogers and Dale Evans, we're going to kidnap him or to adopt him. And he had wanted to talk about his dog named Lassie and eat, you know, he did have in mind of sort of these kind of KOMO magazine profiles. And when I when I protested he said, well, I promise to talk to you. I didn't tell you what I was going to say. So that's when I had to come up with this alternative that appeal to something, you know, it was I made him offer. He couldn't resist. He wanted to talk about his killing that he you know, he didn't wanna talk about them and and had to come back and get him a court. So I gave him I gave him an avenue. To discuss it. And he'd never up to that point. He had never discussed it with anyway. Basically he just wanted to brag without some without confessing. Well, yeah, he wanted to relive too though. These guys these guys travel on their fantasies, and when they when they commit a crime if it's pretty close to what they had hoped. It would it would be they cherish those memories. And and you seem to know quite a lot about these guys. They take souvenirs intense case he kept the skulls of five or six of his victims in his kitchen cabinet for quite some time. Wow. What it's like these guys. They know that they shouldn't talk, and they shouldn't you know, they can't help, but they can't help themselves. Yes. Like, he's like you said he Steven he's so narcissistic that he's he can't help himself and good thing and kudos. You wouldn't amazing job getting interview? Well done. Well, I I don't I don't I don't plan to try to try to get anytime. One's enough. Well, it's Ted Bundy conversations with a killer is the book is Stephen me show. And also the documentary is still running on net. Flicks. It is the same name as the book conversations with the killer. It's it's hours long. So, you know, bring in a bowl of popcorn and six pack of beer, sit out you're on. Thanks so much. Thanks. Thanks. So that's really good. That's strong. Yeah. Let's check in with traffic..

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