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"tate lobby" Discussed on This is Today

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"tate lobby" Discussed on This is Today

"It out but here's the thing with national book lovers day. You actually have to put down your phone and avoid all other distractions so that you can read something now how you read a book without a phone and the kindle app. I don't know. I don't know how that works but apparently it's possible somehow it's also national women's day today. National women's day is a south african public holidays celebrated annually on august ninth. This commemorates a nineteen fifty-six march by twenty thousand women who were protesting the urban areas. Act this required. Non white citizens of south africa to carry essentially a passport These pass laws as they call them. Were basically a feature until nineteen eighty-six when apartheid system ended. It's also national rice pudding day today and of course there's people that heat this stuff there's people that love this stuff you gotta make it right. We're buy the right brand in order to have good rice pudding because yes. This is one of those things that you can really mess up. So be careful with your rice pudding today. By the way the largest serving of rice pudding ever four thousand five hundred sixty three pounds. I was done back in twenty fifteen in india. No pictures so. I can't say if that was a good one or not but usually you can tell with just by looking at a photo of the rice pudding. It's also national leap day. What's veep well. You know the television show. We're not talking specifically about that. We're actually talking about the vice. President of the united states and this is not a holiday for kamala harris no it's to commemorate the presidential succession provision in the constitution. Will why today will that actually went into place today. And we'll tell you about that in our events. Hey speaking of events. We should probably talk about those well. We got a bunch today. So i'm to get right into it. Do a couple of quick ones here in eighteen fifty four because its book-lovers dash probably tell you that henry david throw published walden on this day again back in eighteen. Fifty four Thomas edison on this day in eighteen. Ninety two received a patent for the two way telegraph at guy had so many pets so many pans okay. Nineteen sixty-nine on this day in a luxurious neighborhood. Here beverly hills sharon tate and three others were murdered by followers of the manson family. Sharon was eight and a half months pregnant. Her husband director producer and writer. Roman polanski was not present at home at the time. He was working on a film in europe now. After committing the crime the manson family went back to the ranch. Where basically the cult resided. Yeah the colt was known. It has the manson family and they would murder again. They would murder supermarket executive leno law bianca and his wife. Okay so the police would actually raid the manson ranch. On the sixteenth of august of nineteen sixty nine and arrest charles manson and many members of the family now the arrests however were not for the murders. They were for car theft z. They'd been stealing. Vw bugs and them into dune buggies for their ranch in the desert there so the problem though the warrant had the wrong date so they had to free the family. Okay so the family would actually relocate to death valley at another ranch now. Police would also rate this location in october. Again for grand theft auto now while in custody in november of nineteen sixty nine one of the members boasted that they committed the tate lobby bianca murders. They were found guilty of the crimes. January of nineteen seventy-one charles. Manson died in prison in twenty seventeen. Obviously there's way more to this story than i can tell in ten minute podcast. In fact there's an entire podcast about this. It's called you must remember manson. it's from 2017 but it is fantastic. They've actually got a couple of series of podcasts. It's the you must remember this series of podcasts. I love it. You gotta go check it out. Just search in whichever podcast app. You're using to listen to this show to go check out that show okay. Nineteen seventy four. I mentioned it's veep day today right. Well here's the reason why. Gerald ford was sworn in as president of the united states on this day. In one thousand nine hundred seventy four c. Richard nixon. Of course he resigned. There's the whole watergate scandal which we've talked about plenty on this show and we'll talk about more actually in the coming months so okay he is now. President of the united states never elected. How did he get to the become. Vp without being elected. We'll spiro. Agnew had resigned from the vp role after a criminal investigation so anyway on this day gerald ford after being sworn in he gave a speech that was clearly trying to reunite the nation. After all of the issues that had happened within the nixon administration. In fact saying that long national nightmare is over. Okay so how did he do as president. Well here's one of the biggest issues his term. He pardoned nixon for the crimes. And this upset many people now. They actually tried to do it at like you know the sunday morning. I like nine when nobody was paying attention but of course that news is going to get out anyway. He would not win his bid for reelection in nineteen seventy six. Losing to jimmy carter now. Everybody somewhat agrees that he was a decent president. Everybody definitely agrees that he did do a decent job in trying to reunite the nation. Okay we moved down to our biography of the day. And i have the pleasure of talking about whitney houston born on this day. In one thousand nine hundred sixty three in newark new jersey. Okay she was born to cissy. Houston a gospel singer physical family. Yeah her her aunt dionne warwick dd warwick her godmother aretha franklin seriously aretha franklin. Come on if that's your godmother. You know that you're going to be performing onstage. At some point in life and she hit the stage at just eleven years old now in high school she actually went on and toured with her mama bit and was able to do some backup singing for other artists. Well she did modeling for a bit and then she was picked up by arista records in. Nineteen eighty-three where she released her debut album self titled and it had several number one singles including the greatest love of all. Saving all my love for you. And how will. I know so many great songs on that album nineteen eighty-seven. She came out with another album. Called whitney and this debuted at number one the billboard charts becoming the first female to do so should this had. I wanna dance with somebody so emotional so many other great songs on that one now during the super bowl super bowl twenty five. She sang the national anthem. And she actually made the star spangled banner reach the top ten. Okay now she buried. Bobby brown and right after marrying bobby branchy started in the bodyguard. Which gave us the best selling soundtrack of all time and it had the hit. I will always love you. Now that was written by dolly. Parton and whitney when she sang she just destroyed this thing. It was so good. now she also wasn't waiting to exhale another hit soundtrack. Another hit movie. Many other hits many other movies followed but also did marriage troubles drug issues and a lot of this was showcased in the reality. Show with bobby. Her husband in two thousand twelve. She was found dead in a hotel room at the beverly hilton. The next day attribute in her honor at the grammys. Okay so i mentioned earlier. That i will always love. You was written by dolly. Parton performed by whitney houston. Here's one of the cool things. Dolly parton has invested all of her royalties from that song. To a black community in nashville. In honor of whitney. She continues to do so. Let's take a look at some of our other birthdays. Four today actor. Sam elliott is seventy seven. Michael kors is sixty. Two gillian. Anderson is fifty three jessica capshaw forty five and a kendrick is thirty six. That's your look at august night. Thanks for listening to this day. We do our best to pull together all the correct information if we made a mistake and you heard it. You're super smart. We're super sorry. Be sure to subscribe wherever you get your podcasts. And give us a five star if you think we deserve it. If you'd like to make sure that we cover something in a future episode. Let us know just head over to our website. This is today. Podcast dot com. Got a form there and you could fill it out. It's not what you would like to hear what you like us to talk about. All right. I hope you enjoyed learning about today. I'm russ and i will talk to you tomorrow. Hey this is. 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"tate lobby" Discussed on Pour le plaisir de partir

Pour le plaisir de partir

08:09 min | 1 year ago

"tate lobby" Discussed on Pour le plaisir de partir

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"tate lobby" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

12:20 min | 2 years ago

"tate lobby" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"The way day. Yep. Our number two. Hope you guys are enjoying your Memorial Day weekend, and the phones are going to be wide open. And just like Bob O said last night, we open the phones up, let you guys talk whatever's on your mind. If you wanna talk about the weekend, what it means to you. If you won't talk little sports. Of course, we've got the, the big race tomorrow, actually later today six hundred mile is miler is not too long. A spin for NASCAR drivers, the Coca Cola six hundred in should be exciting race, as long as the weather doesn't play havoc with them right now. I think that the outlook should be okay. They've got some showers and thunderstorms down there around Raleigh, North Carolina, but the system right now. It's in the central part of the country. I think it's a ways off. So I think they probably get the race in, but Mr. Tom Taylor got tied up tonight pregnant report from him tomorrow night. Let me go back to before I bring Rick stir on Tyler now Tyler you much of a race car fan. You kind of breaking up there a little bit you still there. Tyler is there an old Kentucky. He might have dropped him. Let me say Tyler you there. Yeah, he might have dropped. All he might I hit a bad cell. So let me go ahead and talk to the Richter. Richter your sports guy, aren't you? Yeah. What do you think? Are you going watch either the racist tomorrow because we got the great American race with the Indy five hundred to well, yeah, I'm not a big. Yeah. Yeah. I'll give it to. I'm more worried about our we get this. Hero. Got. Around. Now on. They're, they're king of food author cracker day, left reservation. Well, I, I don't know. I think a lot of it could be attributed to like Bobby dared at deniro used to his brain is fried. Course he's not the only one but you know you do all that booze in knows what playing around with whatever drugs he plays around with for as long as he's done at stuff. You're get a little wacked out in plus when they're favored for L president. They Hillary when she got beat like that. They all felt they had it in the bag eighth out of good. Be happy days for back again. Another four years of the same old, same old with under Obama and Biden, blah, blah, blah. You know, so they're just kinda wacked out that Hollywood crowd. I mean they're just a whole different thing. That's why they call it LA La Land. I agree. It is. Let me ask you date. I've got to ask you, what is the problem with American intelligence? Now I'm gonna panic on a funny. Situation. But we knew all gingerbread man. It's gone. We can't have gingerbread man because me and his in the words. So let's get a Brit person. Who came up with that deal I hadn't heard about that. My wife found it. It was it was being posted on Facebook that it's now worn across the country that you can't say gingerbread man because we're in the course has male or. Be remedied. It push back. And here's the most ridiculous thing. On Jesse water show tonight. Believe this day on shown, you know, white and separate doors is now being attacked at Disney cartoon movie. That is sexist, and it's got to be changed. Are you kidding me? And my wife. Threaten. No one can mean a word because I. White. Well, you've white yet, but you're there's reason for that, because you're part of white privilege, you know, one of them smelly, WalMart shoppers that Hillary called deplorable. So, yeah, that's why you don't have new problem with Snow White ear. Whatever. It's getting there. Ridiculousness. Actually tax, two years and years and years. It's been a favorite. People on all kids. Well, I can answer that you want me to give you a little inside information in the phones, rope and anybody can call up and dispute what I have to say. But nowadays, you know, because the social media and Facebook, Instagram and Twitter and all this stuff. You get all these DA's Steve talks about, as all the time out there and bubble even talked about it. But just because they got a keyboard. They got one hand in their pants, and I guess they can type k with one hand. They stoop they put all these stupid ass comments out there. Of course, we got a bunch from out there that bad mouth me all the time. And of course, I call them the pocket pool club and everything, although the their, their numbers are streak. And because I talk about it because lobsters called a truce incidence, good. So it's he's not in that group anymore or anything like that. Anything to do with those jackasses. But yeah, that's what it is. Man. They got all this free time, getting liquor up and sitting down there and mommy's basement. Or, you know, sitting in the back of their pickup or or whatever and you can. Type away. They think there's somebody if they post something in course then you've got, like Rush Limbaugh, causing the Femina sees in, you know, they got their agenda. So I mean, in the rainbow coalition they've got their agenda and says, sometimes that's why I don't even know like that guy that's running for president day that what are the hell they call them. Peter. Boo boo cabinet or Buca packing or something like that. I don't even address him as a man or a woman. I mean, I know he's one of those relationships or he's married or. Not even okay. He's gonna American name his nothing to do with Mexican Spanish on no betas a different one. I'm talking about the rainbow guy from up there in Indiana. That was beaten up on Penser for awhile. He's the mayor. You know, he's a rinky Dink mayor. And he's. Yeah, yeah. And that guy, but I don't know whether to refer to him as the man or a woman because I don't know. He's in one of those relationships that I don't know if you're allowed to call them men or women or whatever the right categories. So that's why I don't even talk about him. But yeah, I mean nowadays, the matter what you say, you might offend somebody somebody a type something say damned day. He's a dumb ass. He's talking blah, blah, blah. He talk and truck. And he talked too much sports. I mean so people are free to criticize so easy for them to do it. So they think they can become somebody. So that's why the countries, I think, in half of the disarray that it's in right now. Of course, the Hollywood crowd, they've got their own agendas, tear down Donald Trump and tear down to country. And of course, they can't stand us deplorables, blah, blah, blah, and anybody with white privilege. But, you know, when you look at these stories register all this privilege stuff is on the laughed and is with the Hollywood elitist. Just like that college cheating scandal. I mean these are all high flying. Former Hollywood stars or starlets or whatever they were scamming around would fake pitchers. Their daughters were, you know, on the rowing team, and pay hundreds of thousands of dollars to get moved up to so they could get into this school where that school. So the media will will stop covering that in a heartbeat, has joyless joi bay harder or Whoopie her kick Whoopi. Have they ever talked about that all that elitism on the left? Reason they said like. Talk that talk about four towns. I mean, I don't even watch the byu. He cares. Here's on. One side of their mouth one thing, and one other thing you know, just like that. Forget his name, but anyway. This thirteen-year-old girl that producer filmmaker whatever. All he didn't really ready for. That we can't get to that. Let me tell you what if anybody's down, this guy get to that. I bet you would remember saying, thank you. That's Roman Polanski from the, the, the Tate lobby Arkham murders because he he was married to share in Tate. If any. We've probably England remotely close to what plants did they would be crucifying this person to the wall. You know, they'd be eating them up Gharib, anyway, could yet. This didn't really anything wrong. He just got a thirteen year old girl. Oh, yeah. And then, of course that's why he's got the hell out of the country and stayed out of there. Yeah. They, they had a big thing. They were salute them the one of the shows, I don't know how many years ago and, of course, a petitioned Obama in Obama's pry worried that he'd stir up too much of a hornet's nest to grant him some kind of unity or amnesty or pardon, or whatever the hell, I don't even know if he's actually officially ever been charged or whatever, but, oh yeah. Left. They turn a blind eye. Look at that Harvey Weinstein Obama's bestest, buddy, you know that he got his one daughter job working for Harvey Weinstein. He got away with all this scenario, against for years and years. And apparently, you know, Bill Cosby got away with all that same type of stuff drug enough to ladies inviting them on up to the room. And, you know, of course, he was at one time, you know, top of the heap with Hollywood celebrities over this TV show. So I mean that's going on. There's all kinds of other pre verts from Hollywood. I could bring up their names and talk about them. But I think the general idea. After Bill Cosby catch your activities. To a little rehab program, and they're safe and don't have to pay for anything. Anybody, you know, that type of thing, and that's how you got to be? Absolutely jeff. You know, Nancy and her crew to control the Democratic Party. And I really think the left side now perceiver. Going on. Now is. And then I love it when she said. Not even Trump. Apparently, you know, Hillary and Obama are, but Trump's not, you know, we're talking about some of this kind of situation. It's just mind boggling that the Democratic Party, it's trying to everything. A hundred eighty degrees around quite democratic is problem not them. Hey, you know turns your stomach. Hey Rick, hold on, because they take a little break. We'll come back and talk about it baby wants to chime in good time to be on the show. I figured this weekend, probably be a little slow to the phones or light right now, it'd be plenty of room for anybody to be able to get on board and not have to wait around, like a lot of times we get, you know, eight nine ten lines, all lit up. But tonight so it's going to be maybe a little bit light. But the numbers the national number eight eight eight eight six zero eight seven eight five or locally five one three seven four nine seven thousand but we can talk whatever's on your mind, and, you know, how it is when you ride a Harley or drive, a big rig, you gotta be able shift gears. We can sure do it around here, a little short break ata.

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"tate lobby" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"tate lobby" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Good morning to have you along. I'm Evan Haning. I'm Michael Toscano. Dean has the forecast in about two minutes. I it is thirteen past the hour. This Friday March twenty nine for his March twenty ninth nineteen forty-three that World War Two food rationing began without rationing of these food. Some people would get more than their fair share. Others will not even get what they need but rationing occurs. Every one of his fair share that is why your government is rationing canned fruits, vegetables, and other processed foods. Yeah. People were limited to about two pounds of meat a week using a coupon system. You can get that at one order Burger King these days. Well this day in one thousand nine hundred seventy one army Lieutenant William Kelly was convicted of murdering twenty two Vietnamese civilians in the nineteen sixty eight me lie massacre. He said he had to destroy the village in order to save it also in seventy one a jury recommended the death penalty for Charles Manson and three female followers after the Tate lobby murders were committed in Los Angeles. Here's one of those women Susan Atkins. Drove to the house. Instructions to kill everyone in the house. Charlie instructions from Charley. Yeah. Nineteen Seventy-three the last US combat troops left, South Vietnam. And that ended America's direct involvement in the Vietnam war, and those are just some of the things some of the many things that happened on past March twenty nine also, by the way, two years ago, the UK filed for divorce from the European Union. We will tell you how that worked out one of these days, we hope fifteen past AccuWeather meteorologist dean devore. It is our first spring weekend. Our March showers going to bring April flowers or disaster. Well, they're depends where they are. I mean, obviously, we've been really concerned about this next several days of rain in the midwest. They certainly had record flooding in parts of the midwest. We're still seeing continued major flooding throughout that means stem and system of rivers the tributaries to the Mississippi valley, we're gonna continue to see more pockets reigned over that area today and the possibility. Some stronger thunderstorms as we go through the early part of the weekend. Fortunately, they will dry out little taste is spring here into Saturday in for parts of the northeast. We're going to get up in the low sixties in New York City today could hit seventy tomorrow before some cooling showers move in over the weekend. And the other thing we'll be watching over the weekend is those heavier showers and thunderstorms moved from the middle of the country into the southeast. The other thing that I want to kind of point out is a little what we call a tickle file here in the in the newsroom, we're going to put a little tickle file in for early to middle actually middled next week a possibility of a strong coastal storm, again, doesn't it seem like we're getting of these now in the spring Evan. We're strong coastal storms. Come right up the coast in this one. There could be a little bit of snow element. But a lot of rain and wind and problems with coastal flooding that is certainly Wednesday into Thursday. We'll keep an eye on that. As we go into AccuWeather dot com over the weekend. Okay. Do you have a dean's list city that doesn't need an umbrella? Yeah. I will. Well, miami. I'll tell you what they are really been nice here, and we're going to be so this weekend low to mid eighties get on south beach. This would be a good weekend doing. Okay. Thank you dean devore. That's a look at America's weather. Here's the latest from the newsroom Democrats want the full three hundred page Muller reports soon, but it may take time House Judiciary chairman, Jerry Nadler, says attorney general William Barr.

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"tate lobby" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

12:23 min | 2 years ago

"tate lobby" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Happy Thursday to you on this thirty first day of January two thousand nineteen my name is Tom Sullivan. So. He's got a camera doorbell. Yeah. One of those rain or Nasr or? Against the bunch of them out there. So this whole thing is getting to be crazy about cameras, and the fact that there is a. Well, I I remember seeing I don't normally watch. The shark tank. But once in a while, I do I like that show and the guy who invented the ring doorbell was on. And so he's talking to the sharks. And he's saying, hey, I got this doorbell, and it has a camera on it and it will link to your smartphone. So you can see who's at your door. And I think version one point. Oh, was that was all it was was you could just see who was there. I think now I don't have a ring video doorbell or a nest hullo. On my doorbell. We've we've got no we we have Cam with everybody has cameras web cameras. Do you have one of these doorbells? And you like it. And what are you doing with it? I mean is is it more than is it just want something. So that you can see when somebody comes to your when the the UPS guy or the FedEx guide delivers a package or or you're looking for package pirates. Or what what what's the purpose of if you have one of these video doorbells? What are you what did you buy poor? And what was the purpose of your of buying it you happy with it? Because these things are apparently selling like hotcakes. So once you come out with all this. So here's this guy. He's on he's on the shark tank. These talking to Mark Cuban and all those people and. They all told him the go take a hike. Not one of them invested a penny. The guy is now a multi millionaire because his rang doorbells. They now have video they will alarm you. When somebody's at your door. You can shout at the person and tell them to to you see the commercials where you yell at the at the burglars. Get outta here. I'm calling the police. It's crazy anyways turned into this big business and the whole thing about security cameras. Nobody had these things fifty years ago. You know, what started the home security business? Really? I mean, it was around. But it was only I guess for rich people or mansions or something. It was the Tate lobby Janka murders. Yeah. Was that guy? And the back the helter skelter, and the fact that they, you know, the big story about Sharon Tate, getting murdered in her Hollywood hills home and that scared everybody and Charles Manson and his and his people were caught. And they look scary and all of that. And so that started the home alarm business. Where you have an alarm system. So somebody opened the door opened a window that they would it would immediately set off an alarm, and then they figured out. They could connect that to an alarm company who would call the police dispatch the police, and so that's how it all. Started was Charles Manson and the Manson family. So it was going along just fine. People has some people had alarm system. Some people don't. But then we got to this guy that nobody on the shark tank invested a penny, but he got the money, and he started this thing. And now everybody seems to everybody and their brother has these these video doorbells? Now, the the privacy people are starting to get nervous. Because what they're doing is. They're trying to figure out. What's the next whiz? Bang thing that they can come up with on these video doorbells at first like I said, they were just a camera, then they became a video then they became connected to your phone, then they became where you could yell at the burglars. And they'd be just goes on and on get it gets more tricky every single month. It seems like. Now, they're worried because you if you I don't know how this works. But for those of you, they have these cameras please chime in. Apparently, if you have a ring doorbell. I'm gonna use ring as a as an example. I'm not promoting them. I don't own stock. In fact, who owns them Amazon. Amazon bought this guy out paid them boatload of money and the guys multimillionaire because of it so Amazon Amazon owns the world. Amazon owns ring doorbell. I'm not promoting them. I know there's a nest one I know there's others out. There are low. There's a bunch of them. So what you can do is find out who else in your neighborhood. Has a ring doorbell. And so if you live. Your house and your next door. Neighbor doesn't have a ring doorbell. No problem. Maybe the next next door neighbor or next next next door to two or three houses down has a ring doorbell. And then maybe there's another homeowner in your neighborhood three or four houses down on the next block has the ring doorbell. Well, the idea is you're going to be able to link to each other. So that if there is somebody prowling around up the street on some notification will go out that hey, there's a creepy. Looking guy on our street right now be a heads up be alert. So now, the police are going, oh, this sounds like a great idea. So now, the police are trying to figure out a way I believe the Houston police department, maybe the county. In Houston, Texas that is doing this. Not sure the police agency were they want to be able to tie into this as well. So that they can see through your your video doorbell because if the police get a call, and it says aiders suspicious person. On the one thousand block of main street. What you look like. Well, he's got a hat on a baseball cap. And he's got a blue shirt and khaki pants. Okay. Thanks very much wants stead of having to send a patrol car out there. They can zero in to that neighborhood on main street and see who has ring doorbells or other doorbells than than they can look and see. Oh, yeah. There's the guy. Let's keep an eye on them. So we have the we know I know that that in this neighborhood that I'm broadcasting from in midtown Manhattan. I know that there are not just one camera once in a while there are multiple cameras on every building in the lobbies on the street up. Above looking down looking out the windows, you're on cameras all the time. Okay. I get that in midtown Manhattan. But how about out on suburban Ville highway where you and your neighbors live. The police use. I mean, they do use one. There's some sort of assault or robbery. They will go and scoop up the videos in the area, and look, and they can watch the blue week leaving the scene going down the street making a turn by following the video cameras that are looking out there and the blue Buick goes by and that's the that. Now, they're going down XYZ street. It looks like this is where this is going and the privacy. People are very nervous about it. So now the question comes down to do you think these things really do hinder home burglaries? Do you think? This will scare. Bad guys away from. Your neighborhood. What do you make of you and your neighbors all getting your your links? So that you can link to each other talk to each other alert each other. Is this just? A fancy new technology for what do you call that neighborhood watch. And curious what you what you make of all this. So there's basically there's a ton of private security cameras out there. And the police are trying to link this all together now. I'll give Andy credit on this one. He says Amazon owns them said. Yep. He said remember that? Amazon's all about data. So what the Amazon getting this deal other than they sell a few rang doorbells, and they make a few bucks. What are they getting out of it because they don't they're not interested in the view bucks? They're gonna make off of selling you a video doorbell. What they're interested in is data about you or your neighborhood. Or? I don't know. So I see this other article looking around at some things on this. And they said now there some etiquette to this. Now when you have your ring doorbell if it focuses looks at your neighbor's house across the street. That's not right because you shouldn't be watching who's coming and going from their house. I don't know. What do you think going on over there selling drugs who knows? But I mean, your door Bill isn't something that is on a swivel. It's a doorbell for heaven's sakes. It looks trait out. So if your neighbors across the street, you're going to be watching your neighbor's house too. Amazon has now filed a very specific pattern to put facial recognition software into the doorbell. So not only will they automatically plag- what you deemed to be suspicious people. But you know, what else is going to happen? They're going to know who it is. They're gonna know who it is with the facial wreckage. Oh, that's Bob Jones. What do you make of all this big new world? Eight five five two nine five sixty six on.

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"tate lobby" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

The Church of What's Happening Now

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"tate lobby" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

"Now, Liz, he was a cook. At the time at this split of a sandwich was the place called the internet. It's not like in and out burger arresters, nineteen reaction half the size of this place. Catch it three people could stand in the time and order sandwich. I understand that. Right. And we were talking when they were smoking joined the place. Yeah. Showed me the window Bundy escaped from crazy path he took. So now, I go back to New York. I get my problems. I though I start comedy, and I moved to Seattle then Seattle Bundy. Done some damage. He did some real damage. Yeah. And when dad up and see how somebody goes to behave. Like somebody who lived in the area goes Bundy live like three blocks mayor for like a month with a girl while known second. I went to your house when time you showed me where the Tate lobby on commercial up in Glendale wasn't now that's up in civil like Jesus Christ read, that's not the tayla Bianca. I don't think it's the other ones. It's like it's not the it's one of the murders. I don't remember what? Yeah. Yeah. She's christ. I read that book. I didn't think it was his neighborhood helter skelter out the scalp until these scary shit, some scary shit, you know, about creepy crawly. No. So that's that's what it's like some of our neighbors the time they've been there for they were very that. You would tell me when I went there at night wanted to do a podcast you will live with a different girl, then this is seven years ago. Yeah. Well, the neighbor said that all of a sudden they just like would notice these fucking dirty hippies. Wandering around up there. There you know, and it was the Manson family. They were like scoping it out. And they noticed it. You know, they were like, you know, it's not like they're going to they're going to blend in that area. He's a fucking the family man, these they've been drinking acid, you know, they've been drinking. I was d- up at Spahn ranch saying shit like manic like levitated school buses, and like, Jerry, you're that story go. Oh, yeah. That's one of the stories. They said it's like they like I think as their school bus. They were and got stuck in front of some rocks and Manson levitated it and fluid over the rocks and shit like they were high was Manson levitating school buses or were they just high on acid. I mean comes razor tells us fucking acid, but. You know that thing where they were like that guy wanted to kill himself. All it was fucking or something he was fucking one of the Manson girls. And like he like she shot him in the face. And he came inside of her died or something. I mean, these were like hardcore hardcore cultists like the man's family was like it makes any other fucking Colt. People were the Mets fan. I'm not sure it's a great question. Start start right here in California, dude. It's weird. Fucking Manson was like teetering on the brink of being a musician. He's hanging out with the beach, boys. One of the beach boys still is fucking song. You know that song? It's called like something is music is pretty good too. That's other thing. Mantas music is not that. It's not like you could see how like with just like you just made a left turn instead of a right turn and just met the right person. We'd be talking about him the way we talk about fucking young. Sure doodoo you saying how the beach boys that was one of the theories about the house that Rosemary's. No. So he killed the director of Rosemary's babies wife, pregnant wife, right? Pre who's the director not pre the. I'm so sad. I can't remember. It's one of my favorite movies. Rain varies baby. Yeah, right yet. But the theory is and forgive me for the Manson like trivia people out there from fucking butchering those. But essentially the theory is they ripped him off, man. They took one of his songs, and they did can you Google that do you mind, googling lizzano? There's twelve of them. So what do you want me to Google Google beach boys stole Manson song, though shit? Yeah. I mean, I wanna make them over the top..

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"tate lobby" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

04:29 min | 2 years ago

"tate lobby" Discussed on KGO 810

"This midday live. We are talking to a friend. Jim roope. Let's twist. Reporter. And we're going to hear now about another story regarding a Charles Manson follower is this that same woman that keeps coming up for parole, and she's a model citizen and Leslie Van Houten actually parole. She was I'd forgotten that. Yeah. How is she doing about? We haven't heard much. So she's out and about doing her thing is stealthily as possible. But this is Bobby Beausoleil who was convicted of the July twenty sixth Nike sixty nine murder of musician. Gary hinman, Gary him in you may you may know, he played with the beach boys a little bit, and that kind of thing Beaujolais himself was a musician. But and I guess everybody kind of knew each other than that compare to paying a canyon area. Yes. And allegedly or what the reports are is that hinman sold booze in the Manson family because Bush was a Manson follower some masculine, and it was apparently bad so booze lay in and Van Houten. I think in in another woman went to get their money back from the bad drugs. Hinman wouldn't give it to them. They called Manson over Manson came down to Hickman's house, and they tortured them for several days wound up stabbing him to death in then so. He was convicted on that murder in many believe that's the very first mass family murder because just a week or so later around the first week in August, August eighth I think was the Tate lobby the Tate murders, and then the next night, the lobby Janka murders. So that whole that whole helter skelter thing began with this Bobby Beausoleil and the Gary hinman murder. Has she been a model citizen through that? Or is this you're going to be like, let's see Manhattan, or is there bobby's a guy, but but there wasn't much. Information given to us about what kind of prisoner. He had been Sharon Tate. Sister was out there opposing the the parole because now the the the board recommended parole, so he's seventy one. Now, he you know, he apparently has enough credits. As far as his behavior in prison, or whatever he has learned education that kind of thing same deal. It was about how. So she was must be it must be an old, man. Now, seventy seventy one NATs. Manson was Eighty-three when he died in two thousand seventeen imprison. And so the governor Newsom though, he takes office on Monday. He couldn't fix the whole thing. You know, he's still has one hundred fifty days once he gets an office to decide if the booze lays Pearl can move forward the parole board recommends parole is up to the governor to actually granted. Icy is the family of the of the victim spoken up at all now. Well, person we've heard from has been Debra Tate. Yeah, she's against it really calls into question. The issue of Justice and the weighing out of Justice versus rehabilitation versus what are we used to call it where people pay their pennant penitentiaries how much penitence people pay. And I don't have the answer that Debbie Deborah feels very strongly that these people, you know, they they did what they did. And they must pay for life. And that's that in whatever the whatever gave the board the indication that he is either remorseful enough or has reformed enough over the forty plus years. I guess he's been in prison. All spend a lot longer than that. But all these years he's been in prison, then that's the reason for the parole. But we don't know the exact ruling from the pro board just yet because this was just handed down. I think Wednesday, but we'll find out. I would imagine at some point. And then the governor again has to weigh in. So we'll see if he actually gets out and on well, Jim happy new year. Good to hear your voice, and we'll talk again soon. Thank you so much Jim Roope. Westwood One news contributor, I'm willing to take your calls at eight hundred two to five to to the Butterball controversy has heated. Everybody up all day long, and whether or not the shutdown is an appropriate response or whether an emergency Nash, the government emergency being declared as way that the Mr. Trump may get his wall funded is an appropriate way to use his executive powers all important issues. Eight hundred two two two five to two this midday live..

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"tate lobby" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

04:36 min | 2 years ago

"tate lobby" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Radio seven ninety KABC. Talk talk talk. This has been we are talking to a friend. Jim roope. Westwood One news reporter, and we going to hear now about another story regarding a Charles Manson follower is this that same woman that keeps coming up for parole, and she's a model citizen and help Leslie Van Houten. Right. He's actually parole. She was I've forgotten that. How is she doing out on about? We haven't heard much. So she's out and about doing her thing is stealth we as possible. But this is Bobby Beausoleil who. Was convicted of the July twenty six nine hundred sixty nine murder of musician. Gary hinman Gary him, and you may you may know, he played with the beach boys a little bit, and that kind of thing Beausoleil himself was a musician. But I guess everybody kind of knew each other than that comp- to paying a canyon area. Yes, and allegedly are what the reports are is that hinman sold booze lay in the Manson family because Bush was a Manson follower some masculine, and it was apparently bad so booze and Van Houten. I think in in another woman went to get their money back from the bad drugs. Hinman wouldn't give it to them. They called Manson over Manson came down to Henman's house, and they tortured him for several days wound up stabbing him to death. And then so. Beausoleil was convicted on that murder in many believe that's the very first mass family murder because just a week or so later around the first week in August, August eighth I think was the Tate lobby the Tate murders, and then the next night, the lobby Janka murders. So that whole that'll helter skelter thing began with this Bobby Beausoleil and the Gary hinman murder. And has she been a model citizen through that? Or is she going to be like, let's see Manhattan, or is there bobby's a guy, but but there wasn't much. Information given to us about what kind of prisoner. He had been Sharon Tate's sister was out there opposing the the parole because now the the board recommended parole, so he's seventy one. Now, he you know, he apparently has enough credits. As far as behavior in prison, or whatever he has learned education that kind of thing same deal with Leslie Van Houten. So she was must be it must be an old man now, seventy seventy one. Yeah. Nats Massimo's Eighty-three when he died in two thousand seventeen in prison. And so the governor Newsom though, he takes office on Monday. He could Knicks the whole thing, you know, he's still has a hundred and fifty days once he gets an office to decide if the booze delays Pearl can move forward, the parole board just recommends parole is up to the governor to actually granted. Icy is there's the family of the of the victims spoken up at all. Now, personally, we've heard from has been Debra Tate. Yeah, she's against it really calls into question. The issue of Justice and the wing of Justice versus rehabilitation versus what are we used to call it where you people pay their pennant penitentiaries how much penitence people pay. I don't have the answer that I know Debbie, Deborah feels very strongly that these people, you know, they they did what they did. And they must pay for life. And that's that in whatever the whatever gave the board the indication that he is either remorseful enough or has reformed. Enough over the forty plus years. I guess he's been in prison. Also a lot longer than that. But all these years he's been imprisoned than that's the reason for the parole. But we don't know the exact ruling from the pro board just yet because this was just handed down. I think Wednesday. But we'll find out. I would imagine at some point. And then the governor again has to weigh in. So we'll see if he actually gets out on well, Jim happy new year. Good to hear your voice, and we'll talk again soon. Thank you so much Jim Roope. Westwood one. News contributor, willing to take your calls at eight hundred two two two five two to the Butterball controversy has heated. Everybody up all day long, and whether or not the shutdown is an appropriate response, or whether an emergency Nash, the sort of a government emergency being declared as way that the Mr. Trump may get his wall funded is an appropriate way to use his executive powers all important issues..

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Manson family follower recommended for parole: media

Dr. Drew Midday Live with Lauren Sivan

00:46 sec | 2 years ago

Manson family follower recommended for parole: media

"Liz Warner California parole board has recommended parole for a former follower of late cult leader. Charles Manson, convicted of what people believe may have been the very first so-called Manson family murder helter skelter, that's what Matt's and call the chaos that would ensue if the murders of actress, Sharon Tate, Leno, and Rosemary labianca and others would be pinned on African Americans. The first murder, however on July twenty six nine hundred sixty nine two weeks before the Tate lobby slayings was at the hand of Manson follower. Bobby Beausoleil who stabbed musician. Gary hinman at the behest of Manson because Inman reportedly would not give them back money for some bad drugs. Lay told the BBC years ago that none of the so called family members really knew what they trust in spite of the recommendation, incoming governor Gavin Newsom could still

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"tate lobby" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

05:18 min | 3 years ago

"tate lobby" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Online dot H E. All right, Gina 'grats. We have a big social Justice report, and we need to get behind these heroes. USA today reports that fifty eight Iowa inmates are suing state officials in federal court seeking twenty five thousand dollars each damages claiming they denied a constitutional right to pornography. In the US district of two Moines seeks overturned a new state law that is shutdown designated pornography. Reading rooms in Iowa, prisons, also prohibits inmates from how the nude photos and theirself they were allowed to have played white. Now, they're not this claims the law was enacted under the guise of morality and blades, religious, tyrants. Who have no regard for the US constitution declaration of independent. You say. Okay. Couple things. I once talked to prison guard about conjugal visits. And I'm like what the hell like Tex Watson. Right. Watson does all the Sharon Tate lobby on Carr's stabbings and everything has four kids from inside of the fuck and joint three of them are here tonight. Let's give him a hand. God bless you. Far from the tree. But. August comp but the deal is guard like what the buck with the conjugal visits. And he said, well, it does kind of keep the guys keeps the edge. You know what I mean? Like, stop them from Ryan something to look forward to and I'm just saying if I'm a prison guard, and I'm given a choice. Do I work in a prison? Unbridled pent-up built up sexuality and semen in this one. And this is called the refractory prison over here. Just a bunch of dudes. Fuck it smoking and thinking about food. I'm going over to the refractory prison guys like spent. Yeah. Sure, we're going to riot. We just want to watch sports center for while. Then we're going to. Yeah. Then you're going to get it. And that's that's all I'm saying. Also, didn't they used to put something called salt Peter health here so heater is that real? So what was a poor name? I can't get it up and have it. He can eat an asshole. Work assault. Peter Peter prevents Boehner's just like Spanish flies must make you horny. So Peter supposed to prevent Boehner's each thing. But I don't know if it's real just like spans FIS. Unreal. I don't think so Peters had a live show. We could find out. I heard real what do you think the mid ingred memory is? That's right. So Peter, I always heard they fed two guys in the military and guys in prison down. How I can't believe this is the first I'm hearing this. I I've never heard of this. It was like. Dia rettig. Yeah. Put it in your Lynette makes me big Peter omelette every every morning tire ready. You can't think about sex because you can't stop shitting. I know all the ins and outs of salt heater. But I do know legend has it put it in like prison food and put it in the barracks food, and it kept the natives kind of docile, not horny. Yeah. I don't know if fed it to us or not I was nineteen when I went through camp, and I did not have a boner. So it's quite right. It's quite possible. Yeah. You cannot climb over that giant wooden wall with voters rob stuck again. I told you to get clear pine you got the fucking ninety pine dick stuck at home. Pay a little extra. You get the clear pied pays dividends voters get their. Cock. Stuck holes people? Thinking about your grandparents baseball, which pleased that we could move on. Ooh. Sorry. Well, if you're a divorced woman that there's good news for you. Studies show that women who have been separated after marriage are much happier that their male counterparts over half of women about fifty three percents reported. They're much happier. Post divorce while less than a third of vent said the same. Oh, they use words. The words were very telling after divorce women were found positive words, like glad celebration and excitement. Whereas we're more likely to talk about failure and disappointment really so women like getting divorced men. They're losing the dead weight hundred fifty pounds of dead weight. Yeah..

"tate lobby" Discussed on Reasonable Doubt

Reasonable Doubt

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"tate lobby" Discussed on Reasonable Doubt

"Could lease wheel she got she got a few ducats out our riley you wanna cut a check to be quite well do you know why do you do you know do you know her background former prosecutor right do you know who she was married to gary no mickey sherman wasn't she married to mickey sherman was mickey sherman the lawyer for michael steakho who was found ineffective skate right the kansas yes how our to talk i could've talked to her for about our for that because the night yeah well okay so charles manson gets the death penalty and he never picks up a knife right because i don't even know is i i don't remember the facts but i mean i remember the facts but not in such great detail i don't even think he was on property now or in the neighborhood he was not there is not there for tate lobby on there were talking that maybe he'd gone into the house days before and whatever scout out but he was not present right for either one and he got the death penalty because the argument was without him this wouldn't have happened right okay i'm gonna make the same argument with the mesa police commander who was standing there and saying he was their number one manson wasn't there but he was there and without him this wouldn't have happened i'm going to take it one step further not only was he there and did was he a catalyst for lack of a better term by you in legal in legal parlance we talk about causation but not only that but in the trial itself in the criminal trial self he justified everything he did ever their use of force expert justified everything they did he's not an expert then yeah exactly and this is what the setup is i think the problem with this is what produces and the fact that there was no.

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"tate lobby" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"tate lobby" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Over period of you know probably six months or year here's your choice mike farrell and all your other fuck and pussies who don't want the death penalty if i had a magic wand and we could kill this guy before he tortured and eventually killed his son or tex watson or whoever would you wave that magic one and then kill that person before they did this would you would you do that if you have a shred of dignity and authentic city you would have to say yes okay so now that we've agreed that this person can die and should die before they then did what text did to the tate lobby aunt family then i'm simply going to do it after they tortured and killed everybody house about that and is there a big difference now okay well good and this thing where it goes eight makes us as bad as that's like saying it makes it's like saying oh killing bin laden makes us bad has been lot no no that's not how it works sounds good sounds good work that way be fine with all these fucking guys if they're dead all right anyway nicest guy but california we're just gonna pay premium to keep this guy and hearts look maybe he'll get to sire few more kids like texans turn the page and start a new family yeah that'd be awesome well espn reports that the philadelphia seventy sixers have accepted the resignation of president of basketball operations bryan colangelo effective immediately here's why six coach brett brown will oversee the best operations and interim but the move comes after a story by the ringer brought to light the possibility that colangelo had multiple and non mus twitter accounts that were used a prop himself as i.

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"tate lobby" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"tate lobby" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

"Apart she agreed to testify initially i'm against charles manson i'm to avoid the death sentence on which uh for a few years more was still uh a thing in california i think in 1973 they reverse that but at the time the death sentence was was a threat at the time of the crimes so she had a grand jury testimony um a basically led to manson being arraigned for these murderers in december sixty nine i'm she recanted that testimony um the deal was revoked by the prosecutors was kinda too late at that point uh linda kosabe e n who you might remember was the getaway driver and then the one who um would not knock on the right apartment door to kill the actor so she cheat actually didn't commit any murders at all was not in any of the houses she was granted immunity immunity for testifying and i think she is only one granted immunity right although i think they just took the death penalty affleck he said for tses atkins and i don't know if he said this or not but susan atkins is the reason the case broke open eventually when they rounded up all of the manson family and had him in jail for um the death valley raids fruit for you know um burglary and theft and stuff like that the way that they found out that the man's family was responsible for the tate lobby on commercials was susan atkins bragging about it and a couple of her cell mates going in telling the cops of mets originally how the case began against the manson famous how the authorities regionally found out bigmouth hege so uh all right let's take a break we'll come back and not talk a little bit about one of the weirdest most sensational trials in american history right after this.

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"tate lobby" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"tate lobby" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

"He was super into the beatles when he gets out the beatles released the white album he's already obsessed with them but now he's on tons and tons of acid the white album is kind of a downer comparative sergeant peppers um and the fact that it's speaking me charles manson like really made things turn dark it seems like as far as him and the people in his orbit are concerned yes so they're hanging out there lighting bonfires they're doing drugs they're listening to charles manson stomp around with its tiny feet uh in his redneck voice talking about helterskelter which is a great great beatles song um and basically sort of sort of renamed his uh his vision for the this race wore an impending apocalypse helterskelter he kinda stole that from the beatles as bano with later going to say yes so from the beatles but he also oh oh um took it again is like a message that the beatles were sending him a sign the he needed to prepare his family for this because they were the chosen once basically who should wade out the the raceriot in the in death valley so there's this whole idea that the all of the tate lobby are income earners took place um to further this idea of helterskelter to strike strike the match that would set it off to get things going right and this idea apparently is the creation of the prosecutor in the case a guy named vincent bugliosi who wrote a book called helterskelter like a six hundred page book fiscally this the definitive true crime book on the manson family and the manson family murders and so most of the most of what we said in part one and most of what everybody knows about the means of failing murders are come through this lands that was established by vincent bugliosi who is the lead prosecutor the case was privy to tons of information to two um confessions two interviews under questioning to all this stuff but he's the one who piece together the idea that the manson family committed these murders to start helterskelter that was his his whole gm yet while i mean some of the manson family cooperated cooperated.

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"tate lobby" Discussed on Hollywood And Crime

Hollywood And Crime

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"tate lobby" Discussed on Hollywood And Crime

"Dogged and patricia krenwinkle was arrested for the california homicides by early afternoon december first the only suspect still at large was linda kosei beyond the following day kosabe ian turned herself into a thorny is and concord you hampshire she admitted she been present at the tate home and had witnessed the murders but claimed she hadn't participated in them she waived extradition and was flown back to los angeles by the evening of december third authorities were confident that the five individuals responsible for the tate lobby on killings were all behind bars at all seems to be coming together for charlie the fiji once cursed for its cruelties has been his benefactor he now realizes toughening for the road to jerusalem it's the food who counts his blessings and gives thanks wiseman counties hardships in the knowledge that it's the wounds and obstacles that forgea man so without prison he would never have encountered the pimps in hustlers who gave him the tools to gather his loss tribe without the pain in isolation of his childhood he would never have gained insight on how to transcend boats every four step is a lesson every sleight of less by late 1968 charlie is splitting his time between dennis wilson's log cabin mansion spun ranch he's got squeaky attending to old george spans needs and he's free together troupe of lost children for lsd defeat blessings on what life will be like during in the coming age of charlie.

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"tate lobby" Discussed on Hollywood And Crime

Hollywood And Crime

02:15 min | 4 years ago

"tate lobby" Discussed on Hollywood And Crime

"Charles was involved almost certainly cult leader manson still in residence at the end county jail on the arsanin theft charges so bully olshey had driven out to independence to interview family members lynette squeaky frohn and sandra good neither admitted any knowledge of the tate lobby haka or henman murders spouting little beyond platitudes about love and karma and the incomprehensibility of time bouillaud see came away with the disturbing impression that he was getting robotic responses there was a vacancy behind their eyes they appeared programmed down to their be ateffect smiles whenever they referred to charlie but boulia's see also suspected that fear might be a component of their performance confined in the small jail at independence anything they said would likely be passed on to other family members the decision was made to transfer 5 of the girls to civil brand and isolate them from each other and from susan atkins one at the transferees was a slender attractive young woman who had been booked under the name leslie sangsthan nothing in charlie's first audition indicates his musical gifts will propel him to superstar status beyond that of the beatles he shows up at universal and proudly escorts producer gary stromberg around his school bus refitted into a living quarters of sorts before girls mary lynette pat susan are there to ply the executive with donors and hints of sexual availability stromberg is intrigued by the diminutive musicians sway over his little entourage for the women hang on his every syllable eagerly awaiting his next command but when they get into the recording studio it cleared charlie as out of his element he seems put off by the technology unable to communicate is needs to the engineers or respond to their directives and yet strawberry thinks there might be something in charlie's too.

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"tate lobby" Discussed on Reasonable Doubt

Reasonable Doubt

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"tate lobby" Discussed on Reasonable Doubt

"No one one guys just look at look at la you know when he 26yearold meet heads of come across in my life this is one more 26yearold meat had but he's got an instrument that can take your life the senior officer standing next to the meat heads screaming right wing impossible to deal with command make no possible but you're going to get shot today you know you're going to get shot a you're going gonna get shut the constant the constant refrain of were going to kill you in this hall we don't you know whatever that and the insane and other just disrespect the general just the general disrespect for the guy number one but this here's what's going to happen it was just it literally became a selffulfilling prophecy reich i just feel i feel like the guy with the gun it's just standing there holding a tray of glasses and he's gotta go those glass origin of all of that try they're going to fall of the train when they do it's going to be your falling when they do got it in the dumb guy venture this dump the trying like it was like he was almost saying this is what's going to happen and in the cat and in happened surprise surprise right if he had said nobody is here to shoot anybody everybody wants to just go home and one piece i just feel like the guy home a gun would have started absorbing that every time they ask this kid to comply then he tries to say something new tome you're not supposed to talk will it's the opposite right just what are you doing where do you have guns where the guns good why is langley not luck charles manson didn't go up to the tate lobby arca house and stab anybody no he told somebody to do it right this guy told somebody i there's a shoot somebody i've got he told them he told that guy to do it he's a defendant in these civil case in but i won not in the should be in the criminal but see there.

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"tate lobby" Discussed on Young Charlie by Hollywood & Crime

Young Charlie by Hollywood & Crime

02:15 min | 4 years ago

"tate lobby" Discussed on Young Charlie by Hollywood & Crime

"Charles was involved almost certainly cult leader manson still in residence at the in you'll county jail on the arson in theft charges so bouillon chelsea had driven out to independence to interview family members lynette squeaky frohn and sandra good neither admitted any knowledge of the tate lobby janka or henman murders spouting little beyond platitudes about love and karma and the incomprehensibility of time bully olshey came away with the disturbing impression that he was getting robotic responses there was a vacancy behind their eyes they appeared programmed down to their be ateffect smiles whenever they referred to charlie but bully osi also suspected that fear might be a component of their performance confined in the small jail it independence anything they said would likely be passed on to other family members the decision was made to transfer 5 of the girls to civil brand and isolate them from each other and from susan atkins one if the transfer ease was a slender attractive young woman who had been booked under the name leslie sank steyn nothing in charlie's first audition indicates his musical gifts will propel him to superstar status beyond that of the beatles he shows up at universal in proudly escorts producer gary stromberg around his school bus we fitted into a living quarters of sorts the four girls mary lynette pat ensues are there to ply the executive with donor and hints of sexual availability stromberg is intrigued by the diminutive musicians sway over his little entourage and the women hang on his every syllable eagerly awaiting his next command but when they get into the recording studio it cleared charlie as out of his element he seems put off by the technology unable to communicate his needs to the engineers or respond to their directors and yet stromberg thinks there might be something and charlie's cheap.

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