17 Burst results for "Ted Ted Bundy"

"ted ted bundy" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

06:58 min | 3 months ago

"ted ted bundy" Discussed on 710 WOR

"But Jesse, Welcome back. When is When is your show Prime crime tonight on Thanks, guys for having me back, it's Monday, Wednesday Friday. I'm 30 PM Replay at 9 30 PM we tackle all big, true crime cases that have happened in history. It's kind of like a documentary style shop. True crimes. Okay, so you're not going to deal with also, You're gonna deal with the Supreme Court nomination because that's the true crime there, you know, stealing another seat. S o CI planned that McConnell true crime. That's one way to look at it. I don't know if that's the right way to look at it. So, Jesse, what do you think about any Cockney barrel? I mean, how are the Democrats going to go out? I think you know, you know, beaten up on a woman the way they did. Brett Kavanaugh would not be. Ah, good luck for the Democrats. They're in a really tough position. They can attack her on a religious foundation. They can't attack her on a personal foundation, which is really all that they have left. Look, what can they say? It's hard to predict what a judge is ultimately going to do when they get on the bench. What we know is that she's following in Scalia's footsteps. He was an originalist. What that means is when you look at a law you look at what the text of the laws you look at. What the original meaning of the laws. You look at what the Constitution's meaning is. That's where her framework is. Does that mean That we can predict everything she's going to do No. Now liberals, progressives do not like that way of judicial reasoning. They want a judge is going to adapt to the times to adapt the politics, so their problem is they can't they don't know howto attacker. I mean, that's the problem. She's a great upbringing. She has a great family and attacker on the religious side. That is going to alienate a large percentage of the country and they're not gonna want to see that in confirmation hearings. I think you're right. Just people. Why does it have to be an attack? I mean, I think a vory Ah, solid question to her out of the box would be. Do you think Roe vs Wade is settled Law mean that's done attack that's asking her if she thinks the law is set in stone You have a lot more faith in the politicians that I do. Have you ever seen these confirmation here? You feel ugly Get Yes, She's going to be asked back and I predict what she would say is. Look, I am not here to change anything. I'm here to look impressive. I'm not here to necessarily overrule Roe v. Wade. But if a case comes to me, I'm going to look at the facts of it. I'm gonna look at the law. Her history has been that she has kind of sided with positions that have been anti abortion. Or they have been pro abortion regulation. That doesn't mean she's trying to get rid of Robie, Wait. But there is a state that puts in a regulation on abortion. She might look at that more favorably. They're people who don't like that. That's a tricky question that she is going to prepare for because she knows she's going to be asked that, but it's going to get ugly. Who we kidding. It's going to be very ugly when the Democrats have a chance to question her. So, Jesse, are Are they going to throw this thing this religious order? It's not order, I guess. But this group that she belongs to that the hardcore Catholics belonged to because I've already seen you know the mainstream media, the liberal media that's gotten a lot of stuff wrong there. So this is the thing that inspired the handmaidens tail this cult. They call it that she's in. Are they going to try to insinuate something like that about her? Absolutely. She has to establish what is her connection to this organization. And maybe she doesn't have to come on the defensive because I'll tell you something. I have never heard of it until a day ago when I read about it, and I think there's a lot of misconceptions. Maybe about it, so she has to explain. What's your affiliation? What does it really say? You know, there's rumors out there that it means you do whatever husband tells you have to do whatever the man tells you, and if that's the way that she's gonna look at it, then that might The change how she views Supreme Court decision. I don't necessarily think that's an easy way to say. I think that's a very broad statement, and she's gonna have to prepare about how she will defend yourself even if she has to defend yourself on that. We're on with Jessie Weber is the brand new host of a new show on the lawn crime that were called Prime Crime Tonight. It Ares 5 30 on Monday, Wednesday and Friday with a replay of nine thirty's also Co host of W. R is always in fashion Air Saturday at eight Sunday at 7 P.m. Boy, your regular media mogul here, Jesse Just before we get away from the Supreme Court. I just I can't see the Democrats going after her on religion. I just think that would be a big mistake and I think they should go after her on but not go after the questionnaire on policies you know she can get rid of the affordable care act is sure gonna limit women's right to choose. I mean, he's the things that they could make a statement. But but just she's just She's just going to say she can't answer those questions. She says. I will have to take the cases as they come. You know you should, Because I guess I'm gonna have the bench and get rid of Roe v. Wade in the affordable care act. You're not gonna answer those questions. She's not gonna say that, but what they're going to say it's the same question she was asked during your confirmation hearing on the appeals court is How much are you going to let religion guide you in these decisions? That's a fair question, and she's going to have to answer. You know if she follows Scalia, Scalia said. You can't say that God is not a part of our history. God is a part of our history. Whether you like that answer or not, That's something you might see from her when she gives those answers. So, Jesse, just switching to the debate tonight. We're going to be looking for Is this thing paper view because I can't wait for things Amazing. Look, Trump isn't trumps in a really tough position because everything that he had to focus on and prepare for now He has to talk about the taxes and come up with bullet points to defend himself on that. It's like the last minute happened to the last few days. He is going to be hit with that. But I have to tell you watching these two go back and forth. Oh, my gosh. Oh, my gosh, This is going to be fireworks is going to be accusation against accusation. It's going to get ugly. I can't wait. I can't wait to see it. All right, just before your run. Give us an idea of some of the true crime stories that you deal with on prime crime scene because Michael and I love a good crime story. We're doing everything. Ted Bundy, Golden State Killer Casey Anthony Chris Watch all those big stories that have taken the nation we got. We took a second look at the evidence and we try to understand what is really happening. There's a fascination out there. Hopefully, we can answer some of those questions. Well, you're not going to make the case that Ted Ted Bundy is innocent, though, right? I mean, you're not going to re litigate that kind of thing. I don't think so. But I'd like to take a second. Look at the evidence and see what was going on. Really All right. Jessie Weber will check you out on the prime crime tonight. Monday, Wednesday and Friday. 5 30 with the replay at 9 30 also, AH, the co host on W. O R is always in fashion. Saturday eight Sunday. So what do you doing this weekend on the radio? Called. Take your time. We don't just talk about watches some bigger lessons in there. Take your time made a lot of people aren't thinking about that. And maybe they should so tune in this weekend. Take your time. Alright. Thanks, Jesse. Appreciate it. I don't know. Michael. Do you really think they're going to go toe to toe tonight in this debate?.

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"ted ted bundy" Discussed on See What Happens

See What Happens

12:54 min | 1 year ago

"ted ted bundy" Discussed on See What Happens

"So basically it's about this guy who created a whole. He says he created rated it. No he actually like build an empire overdid and he didn't create these twenty six points. It was basically a liars foundation MHM. That's why he's evil. which is talking about? Is that His Whole Foundation Maybe of his business life is based on a lie. Ally Yeah Yeah. He claimed that he helped Nixon who had like thrombosis which is like a blood clot in his leg and he help them and he said like well I M and Nixon didn't even know what leg it was hurting a maverick and it's never. It's not true at all he never met with with Nixon. Yeah I was is GonNa say Lincoln Lincoln either. Yeah exactly which one hundred fifty four nobody would with Nixon and it was a lie. He built this on. That's kind of like got him famous. And there's it's like the presidential records. He never met with him. I mean he knew. The Yoga poses definitely was in shape. Yeah he definitely. It was flexible and he was barely number. I mean it was very believable. said he was like when the winner of these yoga contests three years in a row and they it didn't even there was no such thing exactly. They didn't even have those contests. I mean. It was just such now most contests that I don't know. Are you one hundred percent. Sure about a hundred percent. Sure that I don't know about okay but like there's an interesting thing. Have you ever heard of the word thug. You haven't but like thug life. Well originally that word comes from From East from east India and that word comes from a unpopular not popularized. But I heard on the west from the British and thug there was a group of Sect in India tall thug es and these people would pretend to you know. Say Hi to you if you're out somewhere if you're out in the middle of nowhere they'd come and say hey how you know and then they come back and rob view and murder you and so they went out to the British went out to that was not very friendly. Know exactly so these kind of thugs but there are so in my mind. I'm thinking thinking like this guy. Somebody like the Senate of one of these thugs these liars. Who come from you? But anyway so it was really creepy. It was very creepy. I recommend everyone to watch it. If you're into yoga I know I think if you're into anything because it has also to do with like colts will. Yeah when you're invulnerable durable and you want to be part of something and also I mean if you're even tried to get you know have your own business and build a career within the fitness industry. Also also I mean this is like you know. Do you think that guy like creepy over time. This is something that he was right out of the gate. He was a liar. I think once you start going down that road anything because we were just listening to people lie by a doctor. Dr M Scott Peck wrote the road less traveled and the road any said and the people of Li- which I agree with that like again talking about what you know. What do you think you know I do? I kind of instinctively feel like for Liars Go down a certain road road once you go down far enough you don't come back you don't come back. No and I think that guy. Maybe you wouldn't start off as like. And he started off as a liar to get and then he just kept yup going. Yeah and the by the end of it just like there is nobody more spiritual than I am. The most What else did he say he said he was the most spiritual better man the smartest man in the world like these women then then he got like you know accused of Rape Women and then he had to go to a he got sued by The his own attorney And then he had to go to deposition and the deposition. He's millions of women. What did he say? Yeah the Malians have women lined lined up to have sex with say. Well you know what I think. I what I used to think. Oh and this is how my my opinion changed okay I used to think that power and fame and money could the change people but then by talking to a very nice pastor one he actually made me think twice about that. Yeah okay because he said Ed. That's a good point. You said he didn't believe that he actually thinks in now. That's how I think I I totally was like oh I felt like he kind of opened. My is to that you said that actually fame money and power reveals. Your true self is use that when you didn't have those thanks you weren't able to all the shit that you can do once you have the power and fame and the money whow yeah so basically it's solidifies and brings out and end shines a light on what that person really is. Yes exactly so if you're if you're a creep don't have the power to use your creepy opinions. No then you're just going to be like small tip but then you have the power or the Harvey Weinstein's and all those guys. They will always creepy. I only met him a couple of times. They have power our. I will say like the worst creepiest meeting ever had in my life And it never talked about this before. Because that's how powerful he was. The creepiest meetings ever had was with his brother. Bob Weinstein He. He just looked like he literally looked like creature from Star Wars. Like so and I don't mean this in a in a way like physically unattractive repulsive uh-huh and you got the sense that like that physical revulsion a coming from within. Yeah I mean I don't know I mean it seemed like I don't know that Guy Ted Ted Bundy Yeah. He wasn't like a repulsive looking guy yet he was a crazy. Psychopath pleaded repulsive insight. So so yes so there you go so not. Everything is as clear cut like that. But I did feel like Matt Harvey Weinstein. He had like eight eight female assistance at the time. And I thought that's kind of weird or whatever but anyway so we're going back to what it is that we know. We think we know what have have you know that has changed. That's interesting because your idea that tanks. Yeah because like I miss when I thought about like listening to Bramante is that like it's like the stuff that when you're a kid and you're being hard wired to you know as your brain is growing so your behavior the stuff that you're being taught and the that information's coming in from your parents and your experience and stuff like that is hard wiring you as your brain's growing up the god that it just didn't a freak you out the parent the responsibility. Wow I know now have to be we have to be our best mm-hmm how like the best version of yourself. Yeah and that's the thing about marriage and being parents you have to be at your best. Even though you're feeling your worst they know you're not getting enough sleep the night eating right not exercising as much as you can. You know you're exhausted. And then the kid comes in the middle of the room and you get you can't say God love I'm trying to say I know I did screw up the other night though when I was gauging the the nightmare for our our oldest daughter and I became suddenly the nightmare I guess you would have to judge and wait and see if it's a AH at the appropriate level to come into bed with us So I said to her she said nightmare. Okay what was it should. Dinosaurs was chasing me. Not Scary enough to you. Know you're not eating your face. Go back to bed And I realized that that wasn't so fortunately she had another good parent. I went with her to her room and I comfort her because for hers. Carry so we can. We can judge from our perspective. I know just just for them. Yes I know you know way longer than her and let me tell you know it'd be nice. That's one of the things when your if you make decision to from talk about from my standpoint be with someone who is younger than you. It's difficult because the younger person still has has hope dreams Wants to do things I know. I know that I know that you already gave up in a bunch of avenue that Linda. Okay so what do you think. Let me like what I think. I know there's some stuff that just kind of makes sense and like I think that as you begin to see. I think you should question everything I'll take. I don't take anything as like. Oh yeah that's a fact I think at this is what I'm pretty sure and I like I think I'm I'm. I'm better at that now. I don't feel I was as dogmatic I think I was in the past. You know but I I know that like because what happened to me was like like Western medicine I was all for it because I was indoctrinated into way. Like let's just make sense and like like you know these guys. They know what they're doing. But like and then when you when you peel back the onion on that and like what. So we're GONNA talk to Raymond this week is that there was this one thousand nine five there was this flex report And that was the American the predecessor to the American Medical Association Kaiser. Well this is the way we're going to treat people in a allopathic form allopathic empathic different parts as opposed to holistic which is whole all parts of one. So for instance. If you have like you know some problem in one part of your body it's all connected did in a holistic way whereas you know but we didn't go down that road all other forms of of medicine and all the stuff we're kind of diminished and are still being diminished. Now that'd be squished out as we move forward whereas this idea of different parts we gotta ear nose and throat doctors. That's like a part of your car. You can just change Egypt part of it you can just change a tire. Sorry the ear nose and throats attached to my head which attach to everything else so I started to question that when my dad died because he died. I thought we're able to give them the best western medicine. But he wasn't a guy that was going to change like is he was never gonna like changes diet never going to like become a marathon runner. You know I try to encourage them like hey you walk farther today than you did yesterday. And he was like really. I don't know I don't think so. And so there was a you know. But he's also. He grew up in the thirties. You know and like the Ford that was it. He Graduated High School at the Polytechnic High School in San Francisco in the Haight Ashbury way before the hippies and nineteen forty nine. He wasn't gonNA the change but I'm just saying I learned like and then I met Raymond and I learned a question that stuff and I think some of the stuff that just kind of makes sense and that works for you if it works for you. Doesn't that make you want to change. It doesn't make you change things. So what if something that worked for you First of all because you didn't used to be as Coming from where where are you from again. Mexico come from Mexico. I think I knew that there was some things that you've adapted adopted and made part of your lifestyle. What are some of those those things like? Why did you do that and why so sure? How do you know difference? Do you know that's right or do you know. Well I have no choice. I know I mean a I think especially with food I learned. I think I learned a better way of a healthier way of eating here with you because I would say that the but would also so you came to the middle ground to had to remember exactly Cook Mexican choice. I have to learn because I had to learn how to cook. Yeah a healthier version of the food that I like and and it was fine. How can we need anything we want? We go to like Spain. Yeah I think we had ice cream ones. I've three times so anyways so we're walking everywhere but again. That's one of the one of the many things that you know that I had hat do however I didn't know a bunch of things like I didn't know that sugar was that bad for you. I think sugar eventually and I like sugar. Go like eating sweet things who doesn't but eventually sugar will be classified as like arsenic. I think eventually cause destructive.

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"ted ted bundy" Discussed on Whores Talk Horror

Whores Talk Horror

06:06 min | 1 year ago

"ted ted bundy" Discussed on Whores Talk Horror

"Me fantasizes. Shit just got weird. A girl can dream right back to Ted Ted Bundy. Oh Hey he pitches for the wrong team anyways. He's so Alan he's dead so point number of things a lot of issues as US anyway. Ted Bundy what were Ted Bundy's final words. This is multiple choice piece out bitches. You got it right I think I know this. Go ahead if you think you know it what what is now. I WanNa hear what you have volunteered. This she says something to the effect of leg. I I'm not guilty here. I didn't do it or something like that. All right now. What are what are the options? The options are a finally finally be. I'd like you to give my love to my family and friends although he probably didn't say it like that if that's what it was beeped it. It feels a little cold in here. Sorry and de well. That's odd. Wait a minute mini. I don't think any of those kind of now I I swear to God i read that. He protested his innocence. I know he I think he. He made the confession tapes apes then outwardly then he was like redacted all that did you notice in the compassion tips. When he talks about the woman he killed he whispers? And it's like did you get that. Did you get that. I think it was giving my loved. My family yeah I would go. I guess and you would be correct. Do although fuck y'all motherfucker is would be a good way to go out to that. That would be my closing line. And then as I'm fading away I go. MD and suck my Dick Shoutout to Fear of a black cat next question which of the following is not one of the ways. Experts classify serial killers. ooh A motive be social patterns or see method. I'm going to say be social patterns pattern. Yeah I'M GONNA go with that. You are both wrong. It is method. What so like? How literally how they would kill them like knife life? Oh Yeah I guess. They don't classify CL- because serial killers can kill a lot of different ways. They don't classify them as as serial killers on their message but they classify serial killers based on motive and social patterns. Yes that is true. We're learning a lot today. Ladies and gentleman you don't forget the Marino which serial killer is also known as the Green River. Hiller I know this one I wanna just blurt it out. I just read this Gary Ridgway when I lived on Ridge wakes you named after the Green River killer. Hey Hey I grew up on that street but can you please just for you know. Just do it. The people out there who are not as smart as me the listeners who are playing at home the options are a Gary Ridgway be Eileen were house see Charles Manson and and the identity of the Green River killer is unknown. Mindy do you have a guest. Oh it's Charles Manson. I'm kidding Anne Rule wrote a great book about this case. Why those of you WanNa read it? Look it up put list Putin is actually I think on Amazon unlimited waited for kindle. I think Amazon prime for kindle for free which serial killer was put to death via lethal injection on on October ninth. Two Thousand Two eleonore knows Holy Shit but I'll let you read the answer. I didn't even know that God. I hope she's wrong. Hey Hannibal Lecter non-real say if any hopkins is still alive and well be. Eileen were knows. See Jeffrey Dahmer and D. I forgot my letters for a second. D Ted Bundy now. I ah Ted. Bundy was way before that. So is dumber. Dahmer was beaten to death in prison. Yeah ever got lethal injection. So he was dead before that. But it doesn't Matt question is who got lethal injection good point and a was is not a real person so it's Eleonore Nas your correct. I know my shit. You're very good at kicking my hand. I did good at the horror movie trivia. I have to say but you're doing real good in this one. I maybe this is our. This is our niche. This is why we come together. You're right if we combine our superpowers we could be bad ass superpowers of true crime lab slash podcast as sh- sure horror movies all right. Let's go to a hard one all right. Let's that's what she said A response broke Spencer. He actually cracked up awesome. Where was Zodiac's first confirmed crime? This is not multiple choice choice. Sanford California somewhere. Are they looking for a specific location. Somewhere like a lover's lane something like that and and Callahan remember like Oakland. Yeah I'M GONNA say Oakland more specific than that but you're not going to know the answer. No I don't know many. Do you have a California terrible terrible gap all through the house. The answer is lake sermon road. And you're right you did. That's in Oakland. I've been there kidding. I don't know what you're going to San Fran next week. AAC maybe should go there. Yeah you.

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"ted ted bundy" Discussed on High and Mighty

High and Mighty

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"ted ted bundy" Discussed on High and Mighty

"I think that's why i liked this movie so something original so many things are just products or reboots and you kinda the noticed something that you oh. I remember that yeah you know. These aren't going to die right. This is the way to play on the stahl joe rather than just rebooting spaghetti westerns uh-huh use them in the movie like this is like writing clinton's wheelhouse for me to of where he gets to do eight different movie parodies. You know what i mean like uh-huh. Yes show me another like your version. Show me leonardo dicaprio in the greatest a great that's great c._g._i. They were it looked exactly lighter. It's amazing. I could talk about one time in hollywood all day because no one does go down the do do you wanna go to analyst on the air all right so extremely wicked shockingly evil and vile ted bundy move zach i did it. It's fine okay review of. I was like watching t._v. Show i guess there was some things about ted bundy. I didn't know like he actually escaped from my cat. That's fun but it's ted ted. Bundy the is like as ferris bueller in this camp exact plan your weight. He's a brutal monster looking back like ferris bueller. Has that aged well. You think girls like you had to deal with the ferris bueller now like or is he annoying. I think things in the movie you're like oh. What a delightful scam but in real life you be like fuck insist to deal with that movie on christmas day in paris two years ago when the movie theater what all because we were in paris we'd like walk past and we had no christmas plans and we were like oh it's play. There's playing a movie on christmas day at this cool like parisians cinema so we just went and saw offer compares dealers. There was also something you notice when you're watching the movie in france. He says pardon my french twice. In the movie my first rudy between serve the audience like lose their mind because like there's like subtitles so the lag meantime ahead of the other people a little bit of a really interesting thing like like for that to the reason that movie doesn't age because jeffrey jones is actual pedophile seeing high. Oh boy the intruder denzil dennis quaid. I feel like i didn't see that not see it. Was he had owned..

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"ted ted bundy" Discussed on Wells Adams and Brandi Cyrus's show

Wells Adams and Brandi Cyrus's show

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"ted ted bundy" Discussed on Wells Adams and Brandi Cyrus's show

"He doesn't apply to anybody yeah so he just replied to this guy so in in high school school we had i did this whole criminal criminalistics class goal <hes> and so i've always been obsessed with true crime stuff because we like we let we got to see the letters you see. It's insane. He writes on every square inch of the page all these crazy rambling stuff. Have you seen once upon a time in hollywood not yet. I wanna see that. I wanna see it in like i don't. I wanna see it in a big theater. I want to go to film theatre. What is it thirty five millimeter right. Yeah sure number of millimeters my dick size the talking about right now <hes> three point five that seems more right yeah. No i understand we're saying like the boutique theater yeah that might serve like red wine so my favorite thing yeah serial killers yeah. I love your killers man. It's insane the stuff that they do. Do you think you can be serial killer. I don't know i mean no i. I couldn't kill somebody in the first place thought about that question longer than i thought you were going well as a thinking about it because they actually in this season two of mine hunter yeah. The guy who like is their best resource of information <hes> he he talks about how like as you continue to do it. It gets harder on like wears. There's on you more so they actually like. That's why they keep souvenirs and everything so that they can. They can have more time between kills because there's so much more aware of like making sure that everything is perfect until the snap and go do yeah. I have to do it again. I think nowadays way too hard. I think so too you <music>. I'm sure there are still around but like with forensics and stuff like ted ted bundy yeah. You remember basically like four lives. Though no i know the your they didn't even have driver's licenses back then. It was like a little piece of paper that was like written in crayola yeah she gets. I can drive the rs backwards doc. Where's your mom right the d._m._v. Can i be a serial killer. No could be serial killer. Immediate answer is known but i am fascinated by that that stuff i've read on and i've listened like all all those podcasts and stuff. Obviously they're just saying like they're crazy. People you know but it's crazy to me that people around them aren't seeing the signs you now now. They're like extreme narcissists yeah. They're supermassive good manipulators. You know an sociopaths yeah. I know it's just it's crazy so mine under for season two is the dope says it like. I said not as good as season one but that doesn't mean it's it's. It's still good yeah yeah you know. One of my least favorite things is hang way too much for your razor blades. I don't understand where they came up with this whole like gouge everyone because no one knows how much freaking razor blades are supposed to cost. That's why we are teaming up with billy so here's.

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"ted ted bundy" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

03:06 min | 1 year ago

"ted ted bundy" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Heard. It's been a lot of. I know. Going. Good move. You're not the most relevant guy. Hey world space friends with the movie directors. Lash means nothing. That's cool. That doesn't mean you watch movies name names Jones Jones, big time your name droppers. What you've become now doesn't mean you watch. He wrote that right. I I love all pass Pete's very good. He's friends with Bundy was in that one. Yes. Christina Applegate grasp but does ambi- scene, but Karm I've seen that in the military. That's how the lives of scale wall sometimes climbing on each other. It's not some sort of new concept that was brought up in one in rulers. And he was executed, but they must have copied that somebody else somebody them movie. We all started talking about the moat around, Tom Brady's. How should I it's like it's guarded like winter fell. You can't get in there. So Brady, I don't think he's that guys ever got a feel insecure about I don't think he does snow jelly guy. That knows insecurities knows how to push Bill travel. That's the man what could you possibly be insecure about if your Tom Brady what else about I did have some Trubisky? We'll play that later. We could play Trubisky sounded like one thirty lebatardshow on both. But he didn't talk sports love strictly food. Well, that's because laboratory has a little fun. Sometimes I guess he said he puts catch up on hotdogs. That's fine. Well, it is to each his own here either. I think it'd be if you were on here these from Ohio. So they don't know better catch up on hot dog. I say, you whatever you want a little weird, you got mail anything. Steph curry practiced in looks like he'll play tomorrow night tomorrow night when the warriors take on Iraqi his kid fingers or not. On his shooting hand. So that helps right? I mean on the shooting hand that'd be much more difficult. There was something off sports. But now, my my Twitter machines, not working with something about game of thrones knows about Ted Ted Bundy by coming out and. Biopic of pets. About in. It's with who's the young-. Zach Zach front always playing Ted Bundy. It's never I watched the Bundy tapes on that flicks. So that was like a documentary. This is a right fictional. Well, it's it's half of the stores acting. Yeah. It came out last night. All I watched that that I tell you for pretty boy, not bad actor. I mean, you talk about Hanson. There's another look in the mirror, and I mean, would you ever be secure about it might be my God? Well, what if what if he looks in the mirror and says, I'm not Brad Pitt. I mean, really I wasn't in World War Z. Jesse Rogers Zack? Jesse Rogers has it update from Wrigley coming up next? We'll place a Mitchell Trubisky south from earlier today when he was on with golick and wingo, talk and bears..

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"ted ted bundy" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

08:24 min | 2 years ago

"ted ted bundy" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"The cold out there. I swear I was right, Malcolm. My gosh. She looks like she was freezing. I mean in there. But there were people that came to hear her and mock ever going back and forth, I'm messenger. And she goes could she find an indoor venue seriously wizar-, nobody who would let her use someplace indoors? Not a high school gyms. It was a Sunday. I was like, yeah. It's I don't know that looked I looked I was called watching it on television. I had to stand in front of it like a space heater just to get myself warm. I'm I'm thinking about it. Right. And you know, what I'm saying is that when she tweeted out her official announcement which included some picture from that I looked at the comments and overwhelmingly people were like they were so excited which was totally different than when Kirsten gillibrand announced on Twitter where most of the comments were like don't do. They were like, no, no one wants, you know, you're so it's interesting that there are there seems to be more support for club HR, then for gillibrand. Yeah. She'll probably have a little bit more longevity. I never heard of her until the cavenaugh you'll be five minutes more longevity. Yeah. That's it. By the way. Are are. We willing to admit that I was right about the shutdown thing that reopening the government was an awful idea because we all we all. You said that was just me now. We're trying to talk me off a ledge. Okay. What we can just let you. We were trying to talk you off the ledge of like hating your dad. Yeah. Let's say, rob. You're right about everything. You're right about everything. They're they're they're they're Mr. man, you're right back over to the Daily Mail. He story that was totally made for the chicks on the right? What's up? Just listen to this opening sentence. This is this is totally you guys. A Missouri woman is accused of poisoning and killing her husband. So she can marry her inmate lover inmate. Good lord. What what did he do? Amy murray. Forty was charged Friday with first degree murder after husband Josh Murray. Thirty seven was found dead in a fire the couple's home under similar eleventh found dead in a fire that burned the house down. Oh, my to get married to someone in jail. Is she thinking that she will like knowing she would go to jail. So that they would both be in jail or not thinking that. She would actually listen how she got done in. Okay. So Murray allegedly started the fire then left the home with their son eleven two and two dogs and went to a McDonald's. However, that's what you'd actually do. She was like, hey, I want an egg mcmuffin burn the house down killed my husband. Yeah. Naturally probable cause. State Murray said the home was on fire when she returned home and smoke was too heavy for to go inside. However. You're going to commit a crime. You got to pick these things through. Documents show. Mcdonald's sandwich was found on the kitchen counter inside the home and a McDonald's food bag was in the trash. Okay. Hey, that's definitely didn't think three lady didn't think. Probably probably wanted to make sure that that wasn't in the air. Well, she ended up in the same prison as her. Even happened. Like, how did she start a relationship with an inmate well pen pal, right? She's looking for love and all the wrong places. When we talked about the several times about these chicks who a bang, Ted, Ted Bundy, right? You know, they find that attractive. They liked the bad boys. Ramirez. People loved him. Menendez brothers swimming, get together women. That's a scary scary world out there. But I'm glad we have each other. Are go through the field that story mock was very excited about this. Because you know, she loves the hot couples to put together and pictures and banging in the privacy of your own home. Okay. What happened? What happened? He turned fifty fifty and Brad Pitt should up your birthday party. Okay. So she invited him. I think so I think that was bland, okay? Showed up by himself. Like, he didn't show up with a new girlfriend or anything. Did he showed up myself? He showed up by himself. They hug it out. Everybody eight many, burgers and tacos, and it was super fun. Reese, Witherspoon got super drunken tripped and fell. Do you? Find Brad Pitt attractive? Oh my God. Yeah. He's pretty hot. Yeah. He's old and kind of dirty. Yeah. He's a little dirty. Yeah. Kind of like he and Benicio del Toro. All dirty. You know, they altogether easy. Oh, yeah. Totally would you ever invited next husband to a birthday party? No. But listen celebrities now, they consciously uncouple. So that thing. Thing different with the heel or they're like godparents of their new kids with the new spouses. Yeah, they all like they honeymoon together. They like take old spouses on honeymoons, and they like they what is it? What do they call it? What are they going? I mean, it was just a Holly moon. I don't even know what it is. They just do some stupid moon. You were saying for years that you've found it weird that Ashley Judd say. Yeah, Ashley Judd is the godmother of Dari of her ex-husband Dario, Frankie vs. Child first child with his new white that is wacky super wet. They've had another baby. I don't know if Ashley is going to be the godmother to that babe. That's just that's freaking to have some closure. Okay. It's just that's just some weird crap right there. But listen, I I do find it a little bit endearing that Brad Pitt went to her fiftieth birthday party. Yeah. Because neither one of them are married right now. That's true. So I don't think it's entirely weird at this point. And I don't think they're going to get back together. So I just think it's kind of like, you know, we're old friends, whatever your your old. I'm old. Let's have some burgers, man. How's the Jennifer Aniston Brad Pitt baby have been kid would belong on a beach? It's so sunkissed and golden. Yeah. Everything. Be surfing at age two. Just be cool. It'd be like hanging. It just be a cool kid. Golden child. It would be a child of goal yet to bad. We'll never know because you know, she doesn't have many eggs left. Maybe they've made that kind of patch. Where people do where they're like if we're not hooked up with anybody else by the time, we're sixty. Yeah. We'll just lately. Cohabitate man. Down for Brad Pitt. He's gotta to be in this. He's totally mid fifties. Yeah. He's like fifty five fifty six, I think so awesome. An inglorious bastards. He was not seeing I watched that like about a week and a half ago tarintino movie. It is it's probably the only one that I've actually liked. He is phenomenal. He is. Yeah. He's. Yeah. Yeah. Yes. He's really good. Yeah. So that's kind of nice. I mean, good for them that they are at least friendly with one of their civil. 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"ted ted bundy" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

03:56 min | 2 years ago

"ted ted bundy" Discussed on WRVA

"Sixteen on this Wednesday morning, and you know, net flicks has got this documentary about Ted Bundy, it's weird to me. There's so many people who don't know who Ted funding was and for a while we had a family friend who no kidding had his daughter. I think was killed and her roommate was terrorized by Ted Bundy. So it was kind of personal for my mom and dad they knew somebody who had been impacted by Ted Bundy. But anyway, this this net flicks series. A lot of people are being introduced to this horrible horrible, man. Ted Bundy who unfortunately, if you look at him was semi attractive to a lot of people and net. Netflix is I don't think this is just a PR stunt. They're asking people. Hey, could you stop writing in the comments how hot Ted Bundy is now I don't find Ted Bundy to be that appealing? Even if I didn't know that he was a serial killer, some people you see their their mugshots, and you go. Okay. Well, that's an attractive guy. That's an attractive woman. Ted Ted Bundy doesn't do that for me. But barely there are a lot of people who are somewhat turned on by his this is and. He was magnetic which is what got him as many victims as he got that. He was able to charm people at the bar or convinced them. I'm a nice guy. I mean, you know, you gotta have your radar on wherever whenever you go out these days. But it is odds to me that Netflix is actually proactively telling people, hey, you do realize this is a this. This was the MO for this guy. The fact that he was semi attractive. And charming is how he killed people. So maybe you shouldn't be out there. Promoting the fact that he was semi attractive and charming and lauding that as if that's a positive thing ago. I'd sleep with. I mean, come on. That's that's kind of crazy that that's the situation. Of course. Now, we're driving people to what I am curious to see the the Netflix, you know, that that crime and punishment museum. It's closed up in DC. One of the creepiest thing was they had Ted bundy's car in the basement up there. And I thought it was weird museum anyway. But I remember walking by like that's weird. I don't like this to see Ted bundy's car knowing this stuff the bodies and stuff. I don't know where that car is now that they've closed the museum. Anyway, six nineteen on this Wednesday morning. Let's check our headlines from the W RV newsroom at big cold gripping the midwest with wind chills as low as sixty below the country's intelligence chiefs contradict, President Trump on the threat from ISIS, Iran and North Korea and a bipartisan group of lawmakers who will try to avoid another government shutdown meets today for the first time. I'm Andy doernen. Your next news at six thirty on NewsRadio eleven forty W R V and now ninety six point one FM. Hey, it's Jeff Katz. How come the Virginia museum of fine arts is now featuring an anti police work. We'll talk about it later today. Three oh, five NewsRadio w RV. If you've got a rental property, and you're like art two thousand nineteen is the year. I make money off this thing. Hope that's working out for you. But you probably if you still sitting there and no one's in their call. Renters. Warehouse locally, they'll do a survey in the neighborhood where your property is. Yeah. The guys on the other side of town at Windsor farms. They might be able to get four thousand dollars a month for their house. But if you're over in short pump, you may not so find out what other properties are going for. So you can price your property at a price point where you'll get somebody and you'll cover the mortgage. And maybe if you if you do this, right? You can pocket some good money at the end of the month..

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"ted ted bundy" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

04:35 min | 2 years ago

"ted ted bundy" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"So I really would like to know do they find other guy that actually did it was he walking around like? Criminal mastermind like. Move kansas. And what does that do thing is? He just goes to different states looking like other people in robbing people like he's like in this day. I'm sure yeah. How did he get caught he walk around going? Well, you know, who they Cutler just let me let said how did they find them? Let's see I wouldn't testimony Saint John's appraiser prison for an attack and robbery and the parking lot of WalMart. No, physical evidence linked Jones to the crime. He also always maintained his innocence who was free just he was freed at to support as Val evidence that another man who looked just like him live near the WalMart. You do your own work to get yourself out. Like can't they do anything? They worked so hard to put you in. They don't do any efforts to get you out. The other part is that selfishly I feel like the hunt for this. Do would have made a dope as podcast like how they figured out who all the suspects. Like, they just rounding up lice candles or corn rows own like, I just need to know. Game for hot minute. Like, the license group corn rows of black man. Did they just like started R and B group to simultaneously? 'cause like what we used to do back in the nineties. I just wanna know. No, I didn't very much watch them that podcast all the time. But But I mean. I know right now with some woman that wants to fuck that dude that was. Now. You know, what we watch on them last night on? Last night on Netflix. We watch the Ted Ted Bundy, and it was even women would that like fucking Ted Bundy kill like thirty people. And it was even women in the courtroom was like he can kill this push. The I know that much. What is he didn't? Do it free him. Okay. He smiled at me. Freedom e need to overeat. One one. I got some you can stand. I got some you can stand right on a I was like, oh my God. Oh, man. But yeah. Use a literally hind leg a severed head in his bad. That'd be like you. Brought it up bitch in the house. I can't believe you wanted some head. I would have gave from head. I can't believe he was due to this. I have missed that. All right. His lawyers would not me. But then I just don't think that tracked him. I don't get that. I know a lot of women saw that. Yeah. Everybody. You know, what crazy is? So it's kind of funny. Right. So. Twitter now when when it came out, you know, everybody's talking about it on Netflix and all that stuff. It allows to like have a came a big deal that morning because a pan because a movie coming out about Ted Bundy and Zach Ephron is starring him. Okay. In the trailer. And the trailer is all stylized be like snack Ephron, his handsome like attractive, like, you know, like lady killer, blah, blah, blah. And so then the whole time line at the time was basically like Ted Bundy wasn't even that hot of funny. It was funny too. Because it was like they were retroactively is sold in the serial killer. I'm like, well, that's because we know we know he's a serial killer light is, you know. It's not like we could like if we if he wasn't a serial killer. We will be like, oh, he was. All right. Like, it wasn't like he, you know. I think one because he was a serial killer back in the day. It turned into like he's a snack. When. It was like he was making within them. But now he was steal your snacks. Right. But now the opposite whereas going to the other end where it's like this motherfuckers Egli like, hey killed. I would mad at someone that killed me. Right. Exactly. Mike kill me. But I'm not kidding no car with this though. Right. It was what is crazy watching the documentary. 'cause like women really was like throwing the drawl light on my. I know they say he killed people. But like, oh my God. He's routed me. I'm just like. Oh what? Yeah. One woman had her. What had a kit we hand while she was in prison while he was he was imprint..

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"ted ted bundy" Discussed on Reasonable Doubt

Reasonable Doubt

04:31 min | 2 years ago

"ted ted bundy" Discussed on Reasonable Doubt

"So that is coming. This coming Monday. This coming Monday. I don't know how much of the store you know. I've talked about it periodically. It's kind of mind numbing. He do you know any anything about the numbers fell football player? Yes, the killed his baby mama. Yeah. Hey, but the shot has shot his mom when she was pregnant, right? The kid live hated slightly. Less than your client right. Kidding. But you know, there's a, there's a kernel of truth in that it's I mean. Weird thing. They probably capper Nic. He took a knee rate Caruth shot his baby mama mama when she was nine months pregnant at the time. Yeah, it's been welcome to America. That's how we have. But we also work that way and everything. It's a fundamental. It's like, wait that David said, wait a second. Harvey was just collapse it together. It doesn't matter. There is no nuance or gray. Everything is everything is across the Rubicon, the dentists that shot the line and Africa, right. Okay. The guy in Vegas killed fifty, three people from eighteenth floor the wind hotel that's time. It's time. I know I love everyone should moral compass Ted, Ted Bundy, and the Idaho state Commissioner just resigned. That's it's a time. We only have room in our brains for ties. So Caruth he's a wide out. He's playing for Carolina Panthers. He's doing well. He signs big contract to get someone pregnant. He doesn't want a kid with this young girl. She's in her young twenties. She's very far along. I must be eight. I don't know. Eight or nine months pregnant takes her out to a movie, brings her back. Makes love to her. Then takes her says, I'll follow you over to your house, driving down, sort of a country road gets blocked in front. He blocks her back guy just gun for hire six thousand bucks guy comes up pumps. A bunch of rounds into the only thing that I would take issue with that characterisation by you. Makes loved her. Yes, probably probably section. Yeah, banking Bangor. So she is in the hospital she's in and out of consciousness. She goes into coma, but she rats out Peru dying. It's a dying words situation. The son is born. This happened in ninety nine. Yeah. All right. The son is born severely impaired, but you know, with technology and motorized wheelchairs and you know, therapy and so on and so forth. The sun can short of communicate and he's a living. Happy guy who severely impaired and now raise coming out of prison the day after tomorrow. And he's his dad and he wants. I don't know if he wants custody Gary, but he wants visitation. He was reported the kid's life Kitson adult now, right y'all? Yeah. The kid was the. He one in ninety nine as happened in nine hundred kids eighteen or whatever. Eighteen plus nineteen years. Old house say you where there's a part of me that goes, oh, come on, but then there's another part of me. It's like he's just biological dad. He served his time. He wants to be the son. He does want custody by the way he does want cuss. City. How's he get custody of nineteen year old while it's, oh, baby award of the award. Probably the ward. See, you know, the cynic would save. Does that does that involve some kind of benefit of suggest, you know assistance. He's getting eleven hundred dollars a month to live, and now you can be part of that. Well, let's just put the monetary side. Let's just say race found Jesus Christ in prison and wants to be part line. You know, and as you're told he's gonna need representation. And I know you're not popular ready because all Scott Peterson thing. But if you really want the ladies that never have sector the ever again, you could represent Ray Caruth. I, I have a case had a case, many years ago. In fact, it was last jury trial. I did with showy Kaufman who was my then partners..

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"ted ted bundy" Discussed on Girls Gotta Eat

Girls Gotta Eat

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"ted ted bundy" Discussed on Girls Gotta Eat

"I do my shave one shave little bunny tail. Oh. Halloween is your whole? Yeah, it's like the jazz Ling, but for furry. But like low key actually commit. Really come cons. I said actually randomly photos of people in costume, having sex with each other. I've never been multiple crushes on mascots this year alone. People that were college mascots, two of them backed about eight ten college when it takes to love around that kind of a cost. I didn't think about that. I just thought it on the cost. So sometimes I'll send her pictures of a bunny fucking a horse or something that's crazy. Pastas, not real bones or stand up steal. Okay. Thank you for having. Totally done. I was exploiting the the awkward. They can't. And then we play game. We haven't played this game in a while. We'd like design a game around the guest. So we thought you'd be really fun for this. We're gonna play, fuck Mary, kill. And have you played this before? Of course. Okay. It's not you take a map? Yeah. Yeah, we're gonna lob three people at you. We have some different buckets of things we're gonna talk about and you can tell us what you do. I love it. Yeah. Talk through it, whatever you need to do. Wanna hear your thought process, but we'll come out of the gate hard with fuck Mary, kill murderer, dish in murder, show as an don't just get to like I have to actively kill their murderer Dammar. Yes. Okay. So we like to have them. I love it. It had Bundy Jeffrey Dahmer, Andrew Cunanan. Okay. Gene who as for? Okay, some people might not know him. He killed. John Dannon actually was around when I was coming out as as a big homo, and by best friend called me, and she was like, Mehran, be careful. Kuhnen will get you. She was like, girl, you need to. You can't just go around. They're sucking Dicks and Kanana was gay. You forget Cuneo he will and Coon in Farsi is ass is the word for. Like the word for gay and Farsi is Kuni which means I can ask person. Yeah, I'm going to get I game Ted Bundy. Ted, Ted Bundy was fat, wasn't a now hot. He was hot hot. Can I just take a look at Ted Bundy was the fat one. I'm John attractive ones. Jolly gets us also much older. Jeffrey Dahmer also very Jeffrey Dahmer at a crush on. I remember like when when his picture came out, if you can forget the fact that he's on defied in eight people, if you, if you could put that to one side and objectively, handsome man ask you to put it this to the side for all three of them really thought Mary Mary, one of them. Okay. Well, I mean, I mean to see, Ted is bad that I have to look at Tanga for it doesn't makes a big difference for me because I can. I can marry an attractive. Crazy person. Yeah. Ted, Ted bundy's kind of really good looking. Okay. No, no, no, no. He's very white boy face. I don't like white boy face. Yeah. Same like his nose is too small features are unremarkable. Do you know what I mean? Who cares any murdered people? It's just features and no. No, no. He's just not good. All right choice. So, yeah. No, you're right. Fuck Mary, kill. I'm going to marry Jeffrey because he was misunderstood. I would fuck and because I've seen the penis. Oh, right chance dead. Okay. Tuck Mary kill brothers, addition love, and we're gonna hit you with the double team love and pay, feel free to..

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"ted ted bundy" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:47 min | 2 years ago

"ted ted bundy" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Florida nonstop sure I've done that many times and and you're right there is a sort of a one of your one of your. Enemies is sort of this this this the t-, that just that. Just takes you and that's one that's just one of the things Alex has. To deal with as this killer is sort of leading across the country and by the time it gets to the end he's just exhausted In every possible way he's he's traumatized. He is beat up physically and he's just beat, them mentally and That's why at the end he's really at the end. Of his rope now let me tell people without giving any plot. Away three things that stick out one the vulnerability of the average American is never quite recognized by. The there are these couple checking into a motel at one point when a terrible killer is watching them and. There are vulnerability moments throughout the book where the terrible killer comes into contact with people who don't know he's a terrible killer and I went and. Looked up the FBI's ten most wanted list be. After you. Write about, it in dead man running sure they. All. Look like people you pass. Every day that's why I. Mean that's what Ted Ted Bundy Lou shirts sure look pretty normal and charming he. Was very charming guy he did not look like a depraved, loner who you'd you'd spot, a mile away and so when the when this couple checked into the motel the husband or the the the man goes, to park the car and you're just giving a little. Running monologue about. What the vulnerability of this individuals how people can vanish number two People can pose, and smart people learn how, to could pose a Steve Hamilton honestly I could give a speech Steve Hamilton but to be a building inspector it's not, that hard to actually trip people Yeah you sound like, you know what you're doing and people just sort of natural. Except that you're, right the assertion well, I always say, frequently wrong never in doubt that's that's the key to being a radio, talk shows but that comes through in. The mind of a serial killer and then finally when people go, bad who are talented. We're. Used. To, kinda knucklehead. Terrorists who don't really know they kill people but they could do so much. Worse, the serial killer if they, ever turn, their attention to mass casualty we'd. Be in trouble yeah yeah no you're right Kind. Of, scary now Yeah and this again this is something as as a crime writer that you sort of, have to think about and this, is what you face and I hope they're reading. A book like, this you know it it sort of helps you work through that, fear a little bit and it entertains the bottom line is a book like this has got to. Be a page Turner this one? Is so what's next the Hamiltons we drive at the. End of our time what is next dead man running is going to go to the. Top of the charts everyone's gonna read it, because the Nick Mason and because you've got the Alex McKnight million. Copies sold out there they're all, gonna her as back you, probably getting fan letters but do you go back and forth down like CJ I'm gonna I'm gonna the next book will be. We'll be back to. Nick nation it'll be his. It'll be his biggest book yet and then in the future maybe they, show up in the. Same, book together oh that's. Interesting they could oh that. Would mean the what. Are they used to. Send Star Trek when the. World's collide, and you get the? The. Singularity and everything, dissolves my congratulations dead man running is in bookstores now it's been out for a week, and you can go to book, club you can go to any bookstore in America. And get started, and then you can go back to the beginning what was the, first Alex McKnight book ache a cold Dame paradise that was the first book okay and then after. You go re dead man running? Now then go back to a cold day in there. You go Steve always a pleasure good luck on the tour people can check and find. Out where you're gonna be at at author, Steve Hamilton dot com author Steve Hamilton dot com great to talk. With you thank you so much, he's a terrific guy I, very much enjoyed tacos Steve Hamilton Alison joy sending you Driving American jobs dot com. Right now the president been, fighting for American workers and businesses last year tax. Cuts, were big. Win and. The, economy is roaring I mean roaring so why are many people in the automobile industry disturbed by the prospect of rising tariffs well go. And read about it tariffs are bad for consumers. They could hit up to twenty five percent of the cost of a car. Maybe going up as much as seven thousand dollars for a, new car I means fewer cars sold maybe two. Million according to the? Experts at driving American jobs dot com that's. About seven hundred thousand jobs. As. 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"ted ted bundy" Discussed on KCMO Talk Radio

KCMO Talk Radio

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"ted ted bundy" Discussed on KCMO Talk Radio

"Who might then after they did horrible things you're maybe lynch black person would go home to supper than somebody that i sean but go home to his wife and children and you know have a nice conversation and enjoy his wife's cooking and not be evil at that moment but but have the capacity much more than an ordinary person to commit evil acts not something else that he brought up had to do with the notion of whether people are born or made evil and above it ago you were talking about certain uh areas it sounded a lot the genetic to me that some people have have uh i guess build did predispositions in a certain direction i'm sure that the the obviously environment can have a major shaping influence on on what you turn out to be as a person but but in other words there are physiological things that may predispose you of the direction of the antisocial behaviour yes potent and when i studied i i i have owed very large excelled a spreadsheet of serial killers uh i learned about either through uh interviewing them are going around the country interviewing them or reading a full length biography that has a lot of details about the early life and this i have novel about one hundred sixty eight such serial killers a very small number of the maybe no more than ten uh w had never had anybody allay hand on them they were never neglected uh they were never humiliating uh they were never physically abused their when sexually abused nothing uh they didn't follow their head and they have a head injury uh yet the uh began doing terrible things uh killing others raping others we keep very wicked things to torturing others from adolescence on ted bundy as an example ted ted bundy on a true he had a violent uh grandfather who may even have been as natural father you know through incest.

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"ted ted bundy" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"ted ted bundy" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"Uh who had never had anybody allay hand on them they were never neglected and uh they were an never humiliating uh they were never physically abused their when sexually abused nothing uh they didn't follow their head and they have a head injury uh yet the uh began doing terrible things uh killing others raping others doing very wicked things uh torturing others from adolescence on ted bundy is an example ted ted bundy on a true he had a violent uh grandfather who may even have been as natural father you know through incest by the mother we don't know that for sure but the point is uh he was then uh when his mother a went for from the east to west to seattle uh and married bundy uh who nice guy who did it never laid a hand on ten potential killed somebody when he was that a lesson he was a peepingtom and when he was rejected by a girlfriend that he was hoping to come to mary a girl who was from a higher social status than himself he took that uh the uh the uh incentive to go round against seeking vengeance we and then he became a serial killer killing three dozen or more uh women that he who by the way look a lot like the the fiancee who me would sometimes uh dude uh wicked torturing kind of things uh initially before he but then strangling and kill them uh so uh i regard him was one of the ones you know it was pretty born with a very strong tendency to be wicked unlike the more typical serial killer who's had an abysmal childhood and a good portion of his two tendency to do because things stems from a desire to wreak vengeance on those who had initially heard him when he was little more to come one eight six six five oh jimbo our number back in a moment not available in all states thank you for calling reservists the future of frozen yogurt are you.

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"ted ted bundy" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"ted ted bundy" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Same people who might then after they did horrible things you may be lynch black person would go home to supper than somebody that i won but go home to his wife and children and you know have a nice conversation and and enjoy his wife's cooking and not be able to that moment but but have the capacity much more than an ordinary person to commit evil acts not something else that ego brought up had to do with the notion of whether people are born or made evil and above with a go you were talking about certain uh areas the sounded a lot to the genetic to me that some people have have uh i guess build him predispositions in the certain direction he i'm sure that the obviously environment can have a major as shaping influence on on what you turn out to be as a person but but in other words there are physiological things that may predispose you in the direction of the antisocial behaviour a yes live protest and what i i i i have a very large excelled a spreadsheet of serial killer although i've learned about either through uh interviewing them going around the country anything them or reading a fool linked biographies it has a lot of details about their early life and i have novel about one hundred sixty eight such serial killers a very small number of the maybe no more than ten uh had never had anybody la hand on them they were never neglect and uh they were never humiliating uh they were never physically abused they've been sexually abused nothing other than fall of their head and they have a head injury uh yet they uh began doing terrible things uh killing others raping others they're doing he very wicked things uh torturing others from adolescence on ted bundy is an example ted ted bundy true he had a violent uh grandfather who may even have been as natural father you know through incest by the mother we don't know that for sure but point is uh he was then uh when his mother once from the east to west to seattle uh and married bundy uh a nice guy did never later hand on ten but ted kill somebody when he was that a lesson.

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"ted ted bundy" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"ted ted bundy" Discussed on WCHS

"Uh they were and never humiliating uh they were never physically abused them and sexually abused nothing they they didn't fall on their head and they have a head injury uh yet they uh began doing terrible things uh killing others raping others doing he very wicked things uh torturing others from adolescence on ted bundy is an example ted ted bundy on a true he had a violent agree a father who may even have been as natural father you know through incest by the mother we don't know that for sure but the point is uh he was then uh when his mother a went for from east to west to seattle uh and married bundy uh a nice guy who would never laid a hand on ten potential kill somebody when he was that a lesson he was a peepingtom and when he was rejected by a girlfriend that he was hoping to come to mary a girl who was from a higher social status than himself he took that uh as a uh the uh incentive to go round a g in seeking vengeance we and then he became serial killer killing three dozen or more uh women that he who by the way look a lot like the the fiancee who me would sometimes uh do uh wicked at torturing kind of things uh initially before he but then strangled him and killed him uh so uh i regard him as one of the months you know it was pretty born with a very strong tendency to be wicked unlike the uh more typical serial killer who's had an abysmal childhood and a good portion of his two tendency to do because things stems from a desire to wreak vengeance on those who had initially heard him when.

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"ted ted bundy" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"ted ted bundy" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"And that may be the uae no i mean you know the serial killers sure there are people who will analyze their childhoods and there will be some telltale signs of sicopp a the'de malignant narcissism other terms of psychology and psychiatry that are used in in cases like this there's even us there's even us is systems are twenty different points on it and i think uh ted ted bundy for example was like a i think it's out of forty or thirty km ever but he was just one shy of a perfect score cycle paths scale in that there are ways to try to measure these things but that's what i that's that's my inclination at this point we have nothing nothing new to add to the mode i mean that was why ever was well i mean we're getting up at the investigation but i think that there was some anticipation going into this press conference the night of maybe now finally tell us what they know about this guy but nothing nothing nothing new about his mind or motive that's that's the update my friend so i wanted to share that with you in real time as we are here live in and that was the sheriff giving his press conference live so we will take a break will be monitoring this if anything new comes up a we'll take a break and we'll hit a different topic on the flip side so stay with it black rifle coffee company is the world's premium small back roach to order conservative coffee company and is.

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