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"the columbia daily tribune" Discussed on True Crime Garage
"Us through and tell us about your new projects. Hello guys thank you so much for having me Yeah i'm you know. This is really exciting. Because most of the times that we've talked in done stuff together has been about more murray. But this is a complete one eighty. I'm now working on wrongful convictions. You know this project conceived it by we. I mean patrick. Hynes of true crime obsessed about a year ago and we just launched in september. And each week i cover a case of a person that I strongly believe has been wrongfully incarcerated. Am i heard you talking on your podcast about the innocence project. And there's a the rough estimation or the the lowest nation is twenty thousand. Individuals are in prison. That are innocent. Yeah and i would say. That's definitely super low. I mean that's just people that we know of that have petitioned the innocence project. I mean there are so many people that i've even heard from who right to me saying. Hey i'm innocent. But the innocence project won't take my case they only take. Dna cases so they're not gonna take a case that doesn't have some sort of dna evidence so that leaves out so many cases hundreds of thousands of cases. And you know if you listen to my podcast. Most of my cases have not been taken by the innocence project. They're either ballistic cases or accidental baby murders involving choking are falling so these are all cases that are very likely not even in those statistics and a good portion of these wrongfully convicted. Inmates have been convicted based off of false confessions. And we now know from dna evidence that even in dna cases where dna will exonerate the person who has been convicted of the murder twenty five percent of the time with a false confession. The dna proves that it was in fact false that we have put the wrong person in prison and those numbers alone. If you carry that out. Further two cases with no dna you would think roughly twenty five percents going to apply to those cases as well so yes. I think i think the twenty thousand estimate is very conservative. very low and it's amazing how unfortunately yes. These organizations have to prioritize these cases which ones they take on which ones they choose because there are so many of them out there. That's the saddest part. Is you know there. Are these ones that early on in this. I got a couple of letters from a man who had a very sympathetic story. But even for me. It's tough to cover it. Because i'm like. Have you had a private investigator. Have you had any of these things. And he's like his accused him of sexually assaulting her in some form. I don't i didn't really get into too many details with him but there was. There was really no way of proving his innocence. In that sense. And you know there's so many of these out there so it's been tough. It's definitely been tough hearing these stories and so many of them. I can't even cover. Just just because i wouldn't have enough evidence to feel comfortable saying this is a wrongful conviction because you don't want to possibly give a criminal platform now when we started talking about your podcast in general i mean this was probably three years ago at crime con. But you're stating i believe on your show that that charles case was the first case that you actually or the first person you actually made contact with before you started producing your show. Yeah so i reached out to a lot of people. So you know in the intro of show. It says twenty folks which is true. I did reach out to. At least twenty folks sent a snail mail and he knew he wrote back immediately. I mean charles is a incredibly intelligent on the ball person and he just wants people to know about what happened to him which is just so there are no words to even explain what has happened to him and why he still in and so he was. You know one of the first people. First person that i really got to know into this day i would say you know charles is a friend. I've put his episode out. But i hear ahead. You know so advocating for him you know still getting people to listen to his story to listen to his side of the story because to him. That's really the most important. He's been portrayed in the media for so long as this crazy person. Who wrongfully and knowingly put ryan ferguson in prison which is not the story at all so for me it was really important to talk to charles and hear what he has to say will in this story. It involves the unjust convictions of two individuals and therefore leads us to the unsolved murder. And can you take us through the attack and murder of columbia daily tribune. Sports editor can hire holt. So this is the perfect time of year. It is held story because it was halloween night. Two thousand one can height holt For the columbia tribune. this is in columbia missouri. He's leaving work super super late. It's around to ten. Am that. He says goodbye to his colleague in your car and he is later found sometime. You know ten minutes later around two twenty. Am brutally beaten and strangled in the tribune parking lot again. This can't hide hold. He was forty eight years old. He's a family. Man brutally beaten and strangled in the parking lot. He was leaving work but he also like stopped to feed a cat. So that's what. I was reading some of these old papers. He stopped to feed a cat. And that's in so michael boyd. And we'll get to him as you guys know a little bit. He is a colleague. I believe he was also a sports. I think i think ken was his boss. He's the last person to see him alive in the parking lot and they were talking about you know feeding these cats and then according to boy he leaves and in almost immediately after that height hold is beaten strangled bludgeoned and left for dead and two of the workers to other people working at this building. They see or believe. They saw something the parking lot. They call this into nine one one to say that kent has been attacked in the parking lot. We need paramedics. We need police. Just two janitors. Shayna aren't and jerry trump. They are two janitors and so according to shayna she has multiple david's she comes out and sees two young white folks who allegedly say someone is hurt and then they leave and she sees can't hide hold her her colleague and she calls the police. There's nine one one call that you can listen to. Its her and jerry trump calling. The police saying can is lying in the parking lot. He's not moving. We need help. The case doesn't really go anywhere right. We have two potential witnesses. We have some physical evidence at the scene. But this man was beat to death in the parking lot and choked and the case doesn't really seem to go anywhere. This takes us to the two year anniversary. Marker and the columbia daily tribune. They start running the story again. One of their own has been murdered on their property. And they're trying to get some answers for can hide whole. Who used to work for the tribune. As far as the evidence they have. They have blood evidence. They have fingerprints. They have shoeprints. They have the the weapon they have. Obviously these two eye witnesses that saw these other two individuals. We don't know if their attackers or if they were passer buyers or if they were witnesses to the crime so they do have quite a bit of evidence. But.
"the columbia daily tribune" Discussed on LAN Parties: A Video Gaming and Esports Podcast
"I. Did a year and a half to the local paper in the Columbia. Daily. Tribune and after the year they gave me finally I beg debate debate they gave me in their magazine Insert a video game column blog, and for me that was the light switch of now. They still think I'm general assignment reporter covering anything everything working the night shift. Now I'm their video game journalist and they don't know that, and so I wrote every log every week on the column took national, video game stories worldwide video stories made them central the Columbia Missouri and after six months of that I apply digestion and I always say that I applied And obviously, this is the one I got hired on. But it was that I applied got contact contacted interviewed in hired within twenty four hours. So overnight, my dreams came true in when I finally got there and it signed all the paperwork and had my desk had my debugged ps two unit I remember turning to my boss to me like so what changed and he was like what you mean like I've and this is all I've ever. Wanted to do and I looked at my g mail right after college I had thirteen attempts to get hired at I g justice John and that's just after college in a year and a half I was like the I twelve times you didn't even give me the courtesy of a rejection letter. But on the thirteenth time I got snatched up in, you know ripped my life totally torn up and moved out here and they got and he. Could do it. You know like those first twelve attempts were given with clips of an article here and then six months later, story here three months later like I wasn't showing that I had a consistent voice in could do this daily and once I had that six months of experience under my belt at the Tribune actually being videogame columnist and blogger that was when they're like, oh, he's got a voice and he knows what he's doing. He's got skills obviously to right. Let's bring in here. He'll when you apply to twelve times and as you. Email, there is a lot on my college. You don't even get the rejection letters there. was there ever a time that you thought I'm just knock it try for Aegean was going to try somewhere else on knocking apply. Oh. Yeah. No no no. The like I applied everywhere. It wasn't an thing. I wasn't Nigerian fan boy. If anything I was in fan boy when you go back. If, you go back when you go to the Greg..
"the columbia daily tribune" Discussed on Reality Life with Kate Casey
"On the life and legacy of OJ Simpson examining the football star's rise and fall, and the murder trial that ripped the country apart in the ninety s so rather than focusing solely on the murders Nicole Brown, Simpson and Ron Goldman and the subsequent trial. This incredible documentary places the Simpson Saga in a larger context, highlighting the ways in which you just said more about race in American culture than any other event that took place in the second half of the twentieth century, available on Amazon and itunes. Conversations with a killer Ted Bundy tapes. This is on Netflix. So notorious serial killer Ted Bundy was unique because that he he didn't actually confess to his crimes, which included the murder released thirty women until the days before his execution, so it's a four part Docu series, and it pulls from an interview series in which he agreed to speak in the third person like all cowards do. Analyzing the kind of person who may have committed the crimes attributed to him. This. The story infuriates me. I recommend listening to my episode with Kathy Kleiner She's one of Ted Bundy's survivors. She's one of the most inspirational people I've ever met in my entire life. She goes minute by minute, and tells the story of what happened when Ted Bundy entered her Sorority House of Florida State University how some of her sorority sisters were murdered that night, and her improbable story of how she not only survived that attack, but how she went on to face her fears and to overcome incredible circumstances. That is fascinating interview so again look reality life with key Casey interviews. It's my interview with Kathy Kleiner. Amanda Knox. This is also on Netflix. You're probably already familiar with this case. Her roommate was murdered in Italy. And she was blamed for it and served time in an Italian prison. It is a framed by exclusive interviews with with with the subject yourself as well as those intimately involved in the case, it chronicles the murder of her roommate and the subsequent investigation trials and appeals regarding her apparent involvement. The devil next door. This is. A perplexing story in Nineteen, seventy seven. The same year that Amazon show takes place by the way in Ohio. Man named John. Demjanjuk? It's really hard to say. His name was accused of being Ivan. The terrible one of the most vicious, an awful guards at the Treblinka camp during the Holocaust, so after years of denials he was extradited to Israel where he stood trial, and the case remains controversial to this day. So, just recently photos surfaced again from sobibor that reportedly featured him and this detailed documentary offers both sides of the story, because there's a great deal of evidence suggesting that he was an SS guard, but probably not Ivan the Terrible, so that archival footage is riveting, especially the testimony of Holocaust survivor staring down their greatest enemy. The disappearance of Madeleine McCann also a net flex. This is also great to watch. Because a subject was actually named in the disappearance yesterday, so hopefully we'll get some answers. It's an eight part Netflix series about one of the most fascinating disappearances in history in May. Two thousand seven three year old Madeleine McCann traveled with her family to a resort in Portugal so one night while her parents were at dinner, not far away, she was taken from their room, and the ensuing investigation and media fury was like nothing anyone had ever seen. Smith gets into the case in more detail than any other project in history, ultimately revealing how shoddy police work in a rush to justice to accuse her parents likely allowed criminals to get away. Don't F with cats hunting in an internet killer. I. Don't even know how to describe this it is. It's there's serial killer. WHO This web of Internet sleuths kind of uncovers beginning with the a video of doing something to a cat I can't. It's so hard to discuss not discussed but describe. You've just got to look it up and watch it. It is bizarre. And fascinating the same time don't F with cats hunting in internet killer. Dream, killer is about. A gentleman who worked at the Columbia Daily Tribune Missouri he was murdered outside the office and for two years no one had any idea committed the crime. Until a young man named Charles Manson claim that he had suddenly remembered hobby murdered him something that came to him in a dream, and as he told the authorities he did it with Ryan. Ferguson, there was almost no evidence and Ferguson did a decade behind bars. Because someone he knew how to dream. It's a terrifying story of demented injustice that peels back the layers of how wrong this case went under the watch of prosecuting attorney, Kevin Crane. It's called dream killer on net flicks. Killer inside the mind of Hernandez also net flicks so in two thousand thirteen Aaron Hernandez will on the roster of the New England patriots decides to kill Odin Lloyd. And the investigation into that crime revealed that he may have committed a double murder just a few years earlier in Boston, so it's Gino McDermott's three part series, examining the details of both crimes while also offering theories as to why Hernandez committed them, including the impact of the death of his failure, possible brain damage from playing football, and even the suggestion of closeted homosexuality. So. That's a really interesting watch. Making murderer, so the preponderance of true crime documentaries on Netflix's can be traced back to this massive success in this late two thousand fifteen series, by Laura Cardi and more demos. It is the story of Steven Avery man who spent almost two decades behind bars for crime that he didn't commit and then possibly committed a murder. Could he have been falsely accused twice, or could he be guilty of the second crime? Questions still swirl around this case that ignited something in the public interest so much that Napa Netflix even created a follow up series in two thousand eighteen detail further developments in the case. The staircase this one you'll think about for weeks and weeks afterwards, so was picked up and added by net flex. It's actually a two thousand and four French miniseries that many true crime fans point to is one of the essentials of the sub genre and. Is a riveting case. The death of Kathleen Peterson whose husband Michael was convicted of murdering her, despite his protestations that she fell down the stairs, so it happened in December two, thousand one, and instantly became a major case with authorities, believing the Peterson had bludgeoned his wife, and then staged the scene to look like an accident. He said that she fell down the staircase. The reason the staircase is so powerful is that it's exhaustive spending time with Peterson through every phase of the trial and yet you're still going to be be left. Feeling uncertain about what exactly happened that fateful night on staircase. Who Killed Their Garrett Phillips is really not just true crime, but a real window into recent our country so on October twenty fourth two. Thousand Eleven twelve year old Garrett Phillips was murdered at his home in Potsdam, a small town in upstate New York so police quickly zeroed in on a subject in this unthinkable. Crime Orel Nick Hillary a black man in the most mostly white community who was a soccer coach at Clarkson University and the ex boyfriend of Garrett's mother. Tandy Cyrus there's no question in my mind that he did not commit this crime, but he was. Basically He was basically framed for it. It's on HBO. It's called who killed Gareth Phillips I actually had a police officer a detective from Boston Review it from a for a former previous episodes. You can go back and listen to that, too. Okay, these are my favorite docu series. These are ones that are going to suck you in their great to binge, and all of them are interesting in their own ways, so the first is tiger king. I did it behind the scenes interview with with a reporter that spent a week, a show, exotic zoo and.
"the columbia daily tribune" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily
"Podcast you can learn about on twitter. I don't think it'd be productive to spend too much time on the reasons. I'm leaving which will be obvious other than to say this. Now when he said well we obviously linked to the whole thing about like the deadspin. And how that fucking happen. I'm leaving which which will probably be obvious other than to say this when I think about what happened to deadspin dense when I think about what happened to deadspin bio builds in my throat after October. Twenty nine two thousand nineteen. It became clear to me that I could not work at this company for much longer. What I've always loved about this website is that thanks to the spirit of Gawker media. It's never been afraid. Simultaneous to be simultaneously serious and dump put another way. I'm glad that my final two articles here were number one a month long report into how work conditions at a video game company have improved as a result of public pressure and number two this which was one of his goofy stories. Here's something remarkable over eight plus years. It could talk you. I've never once been told not to write something because an advertiser might pull out or because piss off video game company or because it might upset the wrong people. The story always came first. Serving readers always came first. I'm grateful all the sources who have spoken to me over the past eight years. Some confidentially sharing things. They thought should be made public or speaking out about workplace conditions which takes serious cuts and others on the record telling stories about everything from randomized Zelda to translate old final fantasy game. My job has always been to inform and entertain people and that would not be possible without those who shared their stories. I'm also grateful to everyone who has read and supported us over the past eight years as a journalist is easy to fall into the trap of believing your work is beyond reproach but the truth is that comments corrections and feedback are what make us all better. I had so many great interactions with Catania readers over the past over the years whether it was in our common section prince back when it works or twitter. I'm on twitter or email or even real life events like packs and three. I hope you all continue following my work and staying in touch and calling me out full of it love. You could talk you deadspin forever. Press sneak fuck out now Jason's letter as it should be to Kentucky was saying Goodbye Talk. You what I found interesting. Is that after Jason. Put up his tweet Lincoln to this and talking about the new podcast up and actually why when I read to the next one blessed. Can you go to his twitter real quick and find out what the new podcast is called? It's called triple click triple triple click. Triple Click I think he. Everybody likes them structure. He also re tweeted this. It's an interview gene park over at the Washington posted with Jason about it so now. I'm going to read that article which gets more into why he's leaving in what we're talking about this deadspin go media stuff. If you didn't know Jason Schreier journalists known the video game industry for covering working conditions inside tight lipped game development studios announced his resignation from the video game news cycle Taco on Thursday citing dissatisfaction with the ownership and direction of parent company. Go Media Schreier. Who will soon take a position with another company? He declined to detail is the latest of several cocoon employees to depart the company while invoking go as the predominant reason. Kentucky owned and operated by Private Equity Backer of private equity backed go media since two thousand nineteen when it was sold by univision along with other sites formerly under the Gawker. Banner the site network which includes Gizmodo and the onion as well as the now defunct splinter to name. A few has gone through a serious a series of tumultuous ownerships and business changes most notably after the landmark. Hulk Hogan Invasion of privacy lawsuit that shut down its original ownership in twenty sixty quote. I've been through a lot with this company since two thousand twelve. We've been through a whole lot of management shifts and resignations and firings and drama. Shire told the Post. I've been through a lot of cataclysmic shifts because it always felt like through it. All we were guided by people who always cared about journalism and unfortunately I'm not sure that's the case anymore. End Quote. High profile resignations have played go media in the last year. The company staff has publicly clashed with ownership over how to run sites last summer. Deadspin lost its top editor. Megan Greenwell over the disagreements and eventually its entire editorial staff of parted or was fired. Schreier thirty two said his breaking point was when deadspin fired when deadspin fired senior editor. Berry for disagreeing with a management mandate to quote stick to sports which angered journalists on staff who would cultivate a reputation for aggressive off color reporting an essential eccentric Colin metairie. They argue it would betray. The online readership. Community bore out of their password. Trier wasn't the only editor to leave. Go media this week just Wednesday Gizmodo editor in chief. Kelly announced she was resigning. Excuse me he is. He is also only the latest in a series of high profile departures from pawtucket in December award winning reporter. Cecilia the ANASTASIO right. I can never say her last name. Oh yeah that sounds about right. Outta stays now Wrote a farewell piece taking shots. Go media's past decisions including the dissolution of Kacoos investigative reporting unit reporters Geeta Jackson and Joshua Rivera also resigned in January. The new management made it impossible for us to work year. That was a quote in a statement to the post a GOMIA spokesperson said quote. We thank Jason for his contributions to talk in. Wish him well in his next venture and quote. Trier said he's encouraged by how much games journalism. This is jumping in jeans article. By the way Schreier said he's encouraged by how much games journalism has evolved giving nods to longtime sites. Like gamespot quote. I watched a lot of growth in evolution over the years. And I've I've been really encouraged. He said I see a lot. More gaming sites Be More willing to rock the boat when it comes to game publishers. In the people we cover you see a lot less of the puffery that was prevalent. Twenty twenty five years ago in quote. Schreier said his biggest concern about the industry. Going forward was the lack of money flowing to games media sites many of which are relying on freelance writers quote. I wish there were more money in the fields. We doing the kind of reporting work that I think is really essential to keeping the gaming industry health and that the people in power in Games are held accountable. Trier set blessing. I've talked for a long long long long long long time. Have you did a good job? What what is your reaction on this good for him. Like I from the whole go media stuff going. That's been going on for a while but that really blew up late last year with the debt situation. Like I totally understand why Jason would want to leave and really like this is mainly Ongo media for mistreating. Their workers right like this happens. You Lose Jason Dryer. Who is one of the best in the business right now at doing what he does right like I would say Interrupt our best the gold standard right now from when we say man there is no view journalists. It always except for Jason Patric. And like you know you got on this list and I'm not taking a shot at Patrick into But yeah like you know. He was cited as goodbye by. Let it right. He was on who just broke the big old naughty dog story that went up on. Kotok this last month. And he's been breaking stories that are similar or the last few years. He's been doing a great job doing that right like he's been he's been the guy who has been allowing allowing us like lying like like gamers in the audience to have a more inside look into the culture of steals and understanding that culture looks like and in a way that's actually been enacting change like those are all talk about it like he's the one who wrote about the rockstar conditions right and then like he puts an statement right. This week has had enough. I guess yesterday right. Is that when we talk either this morning or yesterday and he talked about this yesterday when I was actually talking about how. We'll get to that in a second. That Jason is synonymous with Kentucky. I think that's what drives people to talk you. Yeah to have that. Not only 'cause that's the thing is I know that like for sure as we sit here and talk about Jason leaving I I'm Jason is a polarizing figure for so many people where I think you know I look at him as the gold standard for what video game journalism is right in terms of somebody who is out there trying to tell these stories and trying to put real span not really trying to put real world values to it right trying to take our entertainment goofy medium or you and I just want to talk about if this game good or bad and actually tell the stories of it right I give it a Gravitas. I guess but I also know that plenty of developers that I know People who work at studios aren't the biggest fan of him. And then there is this push and pull of people who aren't aren't or that because they didn't report fairly on their studios or something he did. It's obviously that's part of it ain't exactly right. That's how I was at the Columbia Daily Tribune. People really didn't like me because of the way I reported on the Columbia Housing Authority right like that is something that actually happens. And I think even if you don't like it in you're not happy with the report you have to respect the fact that he's there to do that and he's out there rattling cages and doing this. You gotTA respect that. He's out there reporting on pretty much everything as it's happening like I feel like for their outlet to know the percentage of Gateway Big Game Delays Happen But Jason Schreier was like there the night before hours before being be like. Hey look out for the last ones to delay. He didn't say verbatim but he I think before he did say something along the lines of like get ready. Some delays or happening right like. Yeah that happens all the time with Jason. Because Jason's writer has those connections and he has like he's built up such a good like a good system of of insider knowledge and contacts over the last however many years. He's been doing this that yeah like he is the best in the game right now and so the fact that go media and Kotoka losing him. That's a loss for them. Like that's I. I'm curious to see how Kotok moves going forward in terms of what they're like. They're big pieces of content art because without without Jason. You're missing out on a lot of those big scoops that I think Mako talk you valuable that I think Mako talk what it is and of course like they're still talented people at at at all. Dryers Jason. Try to listen yesterday because I think this is all tied into The GM stuff too. Did you hear the or read about this here yesterday? Ripe were talked about you know. Gm coming on and making this big posts. About how like Oregon the features that were key to our relaunched last year. We're stopping doing because we just can't keep going that way and that sucks and we're worried and the post it wasn't that GM was closing down but it also made it sound like we don't know what is going to be. I think this is why Jason came up yesterday when I was talking about. This is that I feel like when you have a tent pole personality. Who's doing something that's different in the industry or these doing better than most in the industry you have a reason to go there and have them be that in with Jason. Leaving it does get interesting of. Don't get me wrong Stevens. Doing great stuff over there Mike does cool stuff over there. Like there's there's a cool things happening on Kentucky I'm not trying to take shots Taco but I do wonder then. Yeah what is the big driver to GET PEOPLE TO ATTACK DOT COM? 'cause outside of the show where they do the amazing job of having the best roundup of what comes out every day for with their and check on like. I was mostly sourcing talking for stuff like this where I'd be going over there and finding and then I'd read Jason's article and then some of the click on it like. Oh this is news because I could get roped report that way whereas losing your main draw to something. Why are you going to that site? And why wouldn't I get whatever I clicked on Daca from Jian from gamespot? Whatever and that's not to say that everybody's doing the exact same things but a lot of times. The things that would apply to this year would be yeah. I think Jason is a big part of what made Kotok special right like having him there and having an MBA be be the one to break stories like the rockstar thing. Like the like the night. Log thing You know like the the whole visceral games. Yeah Visceral Games with everything. Right laying laying out that whole story. Be The one to really dig it. I think he also did tell 'til right like he did a wholesaler on. I believe he did a whole talkative. Who wrote it? And I don't Wanna I don't WanNA credit every amazing thing. 'cause you mother fuckers but like a lot of the big stories..
"the columbia daily tribune" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily
"Everybody who doesn't have my eyeballs. I want you to know. They spelled consumables with a cat combats awesome. Let's check in with the Readers Aka the listeners viewers. Yes I've got a question for you. We kind of touched on but I want to get more into it or sure. Boers in zero zero says. Good Morning Greg and Victor Good Morning. Victor is someone who grew up watching you on judgement day on g four. Yeah I have to ask. How do you feel about modern video? Game video reviews and video game reviews in general with the advent of Youtube. It seems everybody and their brother has a video game review channel but as you were one of the Oh Geez. What advice could you give to people for doing this on their own today? I think I. I'm super impressed by the commitment to create video essays which I see a lot of on Youtube and I think people really approach it from writing a good script and getting all of the details in there and one of the things that definitely appreciate as people like a lot of games aims today. They take their time with their review to kind of encapsulate many many months of game being out there and they do like a a huge deep dive into the game. I like all of that stuff. One thing that I would like to see. More of though are Honest emotional impressions from people and how a game impacts them and also see them onscreen onscreen kind of role playing a little bit of that. I feel like we can get the features and I used to talk about this with all of our hosts on our shows we can get the features from reading the product pages. Sure her you know on the publishers. Were all doing a good job for breaking down what. What's in the game? What I feel I think connects with me as viewer? The most and and as a content creator is how does it make you feel and why does it make you feel that way and dive into a little bit more of that honesty. And that's you know what I endeavoured to do and honestly it was a lot easier for me to bounce off of another You know reviewer Tommy or Scott or band or any of the people that I worked with over the years Jose But it's been a nice challenge in an exercise for me to go what they're alone and stand there and trying to be off the cuff and be as you know I'm always just giving my honest opinion but also try to be as get as much information as I can all from memory and not a spin your wheels. That's what I've always found like I I've been on game cast that you're even with other people where it's so different different than when I would sit down to write a review or write a video review. John just sit here and do it get into it like this year. I think you see me starring notes on the show where I I never keep notes when I would be writing reviews and playing a game. Yeah I've never keep notes right unless it was a very specific thing of this guy's name or whatever yes but for the conversations. I felt like I needed to start bringing me and outlines all over the place. Then I'd forget things I wouldn't say things are. We have an answer to a question. I knew I knew the answer to Yup yeah. I did that for a ton of years. Actually when Tom and I started carded we used to do notes. And we'd bring them to the thing and And then I got into the habit of not needing them or not using them. Yeah sometimes I feel like I would like to have them but honestly I feel like what's most important is not to just relay what's in the game. It's what does the game do for you. You know it's really easy. To just you uncut footage the footage shows with the game is about you know or the so much information out there. About what a game is you know and that is hammered home by multiple the previews and multiple stories about these things. But what is the game. Make you feel your personal right. Yeah that's what I was talking about. When people come up to me I meet and greets or whatever? They want to do what we're doing and how they do. It's always like the drive is to emulate Alma start site. We're going to be right and it's like that's the easiest way to be overlooked. Yeah because there's a hundred other podcasts cash right there in youtube channels doing that you have to come in and be like what do I offer that. Nobody else can do in so at the very basis. What you're saying if you played that game and you can relate it to your life? How does that work one hundred percent? I mean I'd I just I I look to the legends Cisco Neighbor you know like the the show was it worked on a bunch of levels and what it did is it sort of broke down. Whatever movie's plot was which you can read in any kind of water on a yes or anything and that was boring? You know but it served a purpose when they went off off book when they got to the point of going back and forth. Yeah that was magic and when I was a young viewer and Co creating the the show idea for electric playground. I said that is what our show is it. It is that moment it's when it's passed all of the bullshit. About what the game is you know how to make you feel exactly you know. And what said that sort of energy in that interchange about you know and and you know opinions are subjective and every individual is going to have their own thing and so even the score and the and the thoughts around a thing is it's less important than the emotional sort of conveyance you know and it works best when it's a conversation but it can still work really well if it's just one person as well. Yeah cranes the usual talked. Northe- says Hi Greg and Victor. I know I have an inside baseball question as well. How does the process work forgetting forgetting review codes for games? I'm small content creator and was recently given my first review code for an Indie game which I'm extremely excited about. I was wondering how the process for big companies and amazing creators. Such as yourself works I think it's Persistence and being very respectful in your requests and Recognizing that people are super busy and and you know I get asked. Can you give me an access to this person and this person and I usually kind of turn that down and I think you're going to find a lot of content. Creators don't really WANNA share their their lists with people because it's of kind of an implied form of endorsement share. which you can't really expect anyone to do when you're building your brand but just endeavour to build your stuff and grow your voice and get better with it and and people are going to respect your commitment to that? Yeah I get used to the fact that you're going to buy your stuff you know and we're going to get rejected when you do reach out and then for sure but don't be you know you just you're not owned and you're you're not owed anything. No that was I mean for me personally. It works the same same way today as it did when I did this for the first time professionally as a at the Columbia Daily Tribune when I had it is that I wanted to play football so I went to e as website insight and I went to press and I went to the media contacts and I found one and I email Bama explained what who I was. What my call him was what I wanted to do with it? Sent me a copy. And I'll never forget that Fedex of the shoebox in my office crap this worked in. It's the first time it's happened in Yada Yada Yada in so like today. When inevitably some indie Games talked about or whatever's happened in like the you know bare don't WanNa code for talking and I don't know those people it's the same thing I go to? There was a twitter and look for contacting him up that way. Yeah I buy and the other thing too I think in this age of influencers and You'll see people opening special boxes and all that Sharia and it's it's hard not to feel like why. Why did I get that? Or how do I get that. Yeah don't waste your energy on Apple Shit. Nah Don't waste your energy on looking at what other people are doing or getting or whatever just build your own thing and that that will crush your own rewards awards in this. There's always a bigger fish. Yes there's always a better fit is you can't sit there and do that right because that's the thing like if I sat there and like was upset that I didn't get whatever ghostbusters box is going out. Or whatever like I see somebody at the Halloween horror nights for goes beyond my shoulder about that. I'm not asking why that person's got invited over me. I'm not who. Yeah I know you can make you my content exactly and then you you know one day you'll get something that somebody else doesn't get and and just know that that isn't the status quo or the thing that you can always rely on the you know I've been in this business so long. I've seen nothing but this again and the reward is being able to keep doing it that..
"the columbia daily tribune" Discussed on The Chalene Show
"Reality October. Thirty first. Two thousand one Ryan Ferguson was a seventeen year old junior in high school. It was is Halloween. Kids were partying dressed. Up In costumes Ryan was hanging out with a casual acquaintance. Chuck Ericsson that same night. A murder occurred. A 48-year-old sports editor was brutally murdered in the parking lot of the Columbia Daily Tribune. The murder mystery dominated news coverage for weeks to come nearly two years later that casual acquaintance. Chuck Erickson started telling people that he was having dreamlike memories of that murder and in some way he must have been involved eventually. He went to the police. Police brought Eriksen in for questioning. Here's Ryan Ferguson's father describing and that I encounter with the police as soon as Java question implicated Ryan as the person is with at night and so the police are called the city police and headline arrested. He was going to college. It was arrested by SWAT team. Police their shares. The is looking lethal. Good Ryan recalled going in for questioning and thinking to himself. How absurd this was our? After hours of Interrogation Ryan maintained his innocence. His story never changed changed in fact when detectives suggested that they might have his fingerprints at the scene. A technique often used to elicit crimes in confessions Ryan Ryan replied great. Take my fingerprints so I can be free and go home to study for my exams. I didn't do this. I wasn't even there. The case went to trial on the night of the murder. Chuck Ericsson admits that he was high on cocaine adderall. An alcohol net the following day. He had no memory. Murray of Halloween night yet. It was his testimony that was accepted in exchange for a plea deal for the conviction of Ryan Ferguson. Though no hair blood or fingerprint samples could be collected at the crime scene. which were consistent with Ferguson or Erickson for that matter.
"the columbia daily tribune" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"It doesn't feel like you're watching something that couldn't happen. I'm gonna have to do you. What what is it on? How do you watch? Okay. I have that thing. I have the. Every episode on there. Go, and yeah, I can do it. All right. A second round NFL pick from over the weekend. Drew lock had to apologize for tweets that he sent in the eighth grade Missouri quarterback issued apology when he was in eighth grade case twenty two years old. Drug tweets, he set when he was fourteen years old in twenty eleven a quote from him. I was recently made aware of five tweet in my eighth grade year in middle school that were perceived as insensitive and inappropriate and anonymous person brought these attention to the Columbia daily Tribune. And I appreciate have any opportunity to address them. I didn't intend to offend anyone with those messages, but I understand this is an example of how words even when written by young teenager can be interpreted by others is news worthy harmful and inappropriate. And I'll tell you what. Fine. Good. Take him down apologize. Do what you gotta do. But I do not want to be judged. Oh, what I said when I was in eighth grade God. And I'm not saying I'm saying one hundred percent. I said things that were inappropriate that I would not repeat as an adult that has a grown-up. I, but, but you know, what your Twitter why a if you've had Twitter for any period of time wipe your Twitter because those because that's doesn't age well Steph that was funny ten years ago is not funny now judged for any. Thing I said or did before the age of thirty on. We've evolved. Hopefully, many of us again. That I thought was funny a long time ago if you played it now would make me cringe one hundred percent. So I don't know if that's fair necessarily, but at the same time. Good apologize. Tak- doubt. Wipe your Twitter. It is stuff that you thought was funny while ago is not funny anymore to search. It's not hard to search that either. Is that hard to get rid of it either? Amazon wants to turn its famous two day delivery into just one day on most of its prime. However, there's a number of labor unions are not happy with the move, the president of the retail wholesale and department store union said speeding up deliveries could be dangerous for Amazon fulfillment center, employees. He said workers are already struggling to keep pace and handle two hundred three hundred orders per hour during a single twelve hour shifts unclear whether Amazon plans to add jobs to its fulfillment centers to help take on faster ship is they're going to have to again, I'm gonna say that thing where just anybody can like over your packages. Now doing that thing where like a drawn will come and fly into your home and drop it on your face pictures fly away the other one they put in your car or truck garage or something like that. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Doing your trunk. The drum thing scares me a little bit not not because it's like not because it scares me, the convenience just can you imagine looking up in the sky seems like one of those scifi movies and all you're going to see little fly drone journey things. Just fly. We'll buzzy bugs tell you see in town. You know what I mean look up an ear. It's gonna be cluttered with drowns dropping stuff off to people before planes have drone strikes when they're taking. Oh, yeah. It's hard to happen now. Absolutely. Yeah. Burn strikes when be good jeopardy. This guy James Hall tower. One his seventeenth game in a row to take nearly one point three million dollars in total earnings, the one forty nine thousand six hundred dollars Friday after betting a whopping twenty thousand dollars and final jeopardy. Total earnings now stand one point two seven five million halfway to Ken Jennings. Two point five million record man, that's in it took Jennings. Thirty three games to reach a million seventy four to reach suport five and this on seventeen. I watched that one on Friday. The first time I've seen him. I thought it was going to lose like like I'm going to jinx this guy for watch it. But this guy's really intimidating. He's he's a nice guy. But when he plays he it's the site short answer. And then like short like he even shortens the category. So it's like faster. Wow. Long title. He'll be like word for two hundred word for gambling, the gambler the psychology of it. Oh, good. Yeah. Wow. National's zipper day and national shrimp Scampi day. Hello today. Yeah. Let's go to Red Lobster. Kind of unlimited some going on right now. Probably limited always king crab feast. Schram LTd lobsters. Yeah. This is true. But many years ago we were doing commercials. I was doing commercials for olive garden, and I went to an olive garden, and it was in the parking lot where they had an olive garden, Anna, Red Lobster and Saint Bergamo and the manager told me that they do a daily bread swap like in the back in a place where some of the Red Lobster because they're owned by the same company. So some labs to do come over and bring him cheddar bay biscuits, and they would bring him the breadsticks and they'd swap them to eat them in the back. That's true. Share? I wonder if that happens because I remember when I this is I think the statute of limitations is up on this like in discussing the background. I worked at blockbuster, and it was in like like a strip mall kind of there was a subway and a Chinese restaurant and we had raid. Trade deal going at food courts in malls. Have. And I wasn't giving any they were taking my movie rentals. I was getting their meal, you know, that they would get for the day, or whatever I just wonder how much of that's going on it happened. When I worked at McDonalds traded with Wendy's. And yeah, and the pizza place and blockbusters blockbuster nutshell too tired of eating at your own place. Yeah. So what? Yeah. Yeah. Trade it up. It was to the point where I used to go back in back of the subway, make my own sake. I like that. Reports have next.
"the columbia daily tribune" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"The, bottling, story sounds like a. Farce except it's not it's, real These things. Are happening Making this up The quarterback on the football team at the university of zuri drew lock is now the latest to apologize, for offensive tweets that he put out He sent them when he, was in middle school I newspaper in Missouri The Columbia daily Tribune Went back and checked the social media accounts of. Lock who is. Now I college quarterback they went back six years. And they found tweets he made what he. Was in middle school Some. Of which could be said to be offensive Our read, one of, them and clean up the offensive word ha kids and then an f. word that, some people use as a derogatory term toward gays Another one could Geico really save, you fifteen percents on car insurance. Do and then a specific race like flaming hot Cheetos you, get the, oppression here that gotta give you much more here but they were obviously racist dead Homophobic at other inappropriate comments, the kid was in middle school When Josh haters tweets around covered I. Recall ratings how far, back, are we gonna go middle. School the answer is clearly yes Drew lock the, quarterback is apologizing saying I was. A kid etc etc etc now I don't think this is going to dog him the way say Josh hitters are going to there's going to be sub level at which, the public is going to show some sanity in terms of how. It reacts to this.
"the columbia daily tribune" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"We enjoy it The They tried so hard v left to make this a thing and to try to skew the, election. They and then when they, failed they decided that they wanted to go off on the electoral college whenever, something even though it's completely constitutionalists inherent to, the the structure of our country fails for. Them they, have they freak out and they want, to they want to change it or undermine it. Somehow that's how it always. Works Okay I want, to switch it up I share the story with. You from Washington free beacon Because you know the big thing right now is going back in time in. Twitter and trying, to punish adults. For things that they wrote in high school and middle school so now. Mizzou quarterback is, suffering the same fate university. Of Missouri quarterback drew lock. Was. Forced to apologise after a newspaper. Asked him about offensive tweets he sent in middle school They asked him about Offensive tweets that he. Sent in middle school Okay Really the Columbia daily Tribune who are who these. People let's I wanna know who this reporter is. Garrick Hi guys wanna. Look up, Garrick Hodge let's look up Garrick Hodge Garrick Garrick Hodge let's look up Garrick. I am fascinated oh boy we got him now So they, did the story. On The Columbia daily Tribune reported it received an Email from a reader pointing to several tweets on, the first on the first, team all, set all the quarterbacks Twitter. Account dating back to twenty eleven he was fourteen. Years old and, an eighth grade by the way I really don't think that teenagers belong on Twitter because adults do horrible. Crap like this to them later One of. The things he wrote one of the things he tweeted quote do black LA do black guys like, flaming hot Cheetos ha no, offense AFC, NCA black guys read the..
"the columbia daily tribune" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Second tweet he had like a couple of tweets. And they weren't. Really anything even remotely close to what Sarah Jong's were and so they they they they made them grovel Somebody some who is the, cool, is the absolute pansy That sent this to the Columbia. Daily Tribune who was the loser that was, out there. So jealous of drew lock that they're like I got I found. Some tweets he made when he was fourteen years old I'm going to go tell the newspaper wow You know it's probably someone who didn't even go to college and there are probably, flipping burgers, and living in their. Mom's basement you know and they were jealous and so they wanted to records career and the Columbia daily Tribune actually had the audacity. To run this as an actual news story why do? People hate the media example eleven defoliant. Into And so they went and they asked him about it They were like they wanted to, they wanted to they wanted to ask him about it And he, just he was a. Teenager on social media Garrick. Hodge by the, way actually was like people get over it, so good on Garrick Garrett good. On Garrick but. Why the hell even write about it People just need to get. Over it seriously, he was in eighth grade you epoch morons And so now everyone's trying to make him oh they he's got, to, apologize, and. He came out that I didn't intend to. Offend anyone with those messages, blah blah blah The fact that somebody anonymous like, tipped, off, the paper didn't have. To write about them at all but they did anyway so you know it's, kind, of, kudos He he publicized the tweets Garrick Hodge did but then he said, stop searching for offensive. Stuff especially when, they're teenagers stop it And You know what, the you know what this. Is a problem of this is a problem of people who want to ruin everyone's. Life people are horrible I am people are horrible. It just shows you how awesome Jesus says because I couldn't love you I'm sorry. There's no way People are horrible, they see somebody. Doing well and they, got a tear them down the people are jealous and insecure and they're awful week people sinful horrible people. And so. They want they. Decided to go after this college dude because of stuff he wrote when. He was. In eighth grade So. An eighth graders in particularly eighth grade boys Are there come on This. Is the problem though I. Think we're. Social media there's twofold. It's twofold. Over problem number one Social media tricks people into thinking that you have to. Update the. World on every aspect of. Your life and every time. The thought. Pops into your head. You don't Number two It's. Too, acceptable I I've always believed that kids should not be on social media Because adults are weird. And they put. Their, baggage on them and they attack them and it's just weird Now in some instances they are but I still you know I still I'm just like oh. Because not every teenager has the wherewithal to think this, is going to be something that stays with me even if I delete this tweet or this Facebook post this is going to be something that lives forever because the internet is forever And every bad decision every bad thing that they do as. They're at they're at the most impressionable points of their, lives is documented then they do it voluntarily and then it's used against them I. Think it's horrible to take something that somebody did when they. Were a teenager and use it against them as an adult That's crappy Adults. Are awful. They're awful And, that they were you know, like this and Sean Newcomb, and, what, does it. Washington nationals shortstop. Trae Turner all of these there were, teenagers when they were online and. This is the other thing parents know what your kids are. Doing online My kids are not allowed on social, media I've had weird really awful, horrible progressives, that have tried to set, stuff up and do you, know, they've, been that's. How bad people. Are I mean that's why I have, like we have to live my. Kids down because progressives out there hunt them But they're not allowed on. Social media and one of the reasons why is because there are people out there who think that it's. Okay to, hurt them because they dislike what their mom, thinks politically and also because you don't have great judgment when you're a teenager you don't have great judgment when you're in junior high why?.
"the columbia daily tribune" Discussed on True Crime Garage
"And going out to his car to leave for the nouri why would you just getting car and listen to music for a while before you leave it seems strange to me at that our ray you know especially at that hour michael pulls his car up alongside of cans and they have a discussion according to michael boyd this conversation it's a work conversation it takes place sometime between twelve to twelve a m sorry and two twenty am michael boys says after the conversation he leaves in his car and he's he goes to drive home as he's pulling out in into the alley he says that he nearly hit someone he sees to people in the parking lot this is not kent can is not one of the people that he's describing as his younger people right well uh as does he not make that claim to be clear all he says that he sees michael sees to people and he cannot tell if the people are male or female us so basically right oh description of the people anomalies moms yes so these two people could be chuck and ryan because they would have to of have arrived sometime in this timeframe to the parking lot at the columbia daily tribune and you'll see why here in a minute so the attack would go something like this can't would be hit in the head or neck area about eleven or twelve times with some unknown object or the tire tool as chuck had said right then as the victim can't is down on all fours from the blows he just took someone you know and that someone according to chuck is ryan pulls the victims bell off now he would have had to have done this according to the police by pooling by pulling up from the left hand side you know from from like reaching a round from behind can't on the left side in grabbing the bell and pulling it up and off rain they came to this conclusion because two of the belt loops on the left side of kent's pants were ripped or torn off.
"the columbia daily tribune" Discussed on True Crime Garage
"Now i couldn't gather why ryan was calling a bunch of different people but i'm going to guess that eriksson the chuck would have said possibility that that that ryan was looking for someone with money to either join them at by georges more looking for another place to go party because what chuck eriksson would say is that ryan ryan said next would imply that ryan was not done parting for the night so with with no one left to call ryan tells chuck came in let's go rob someone so we can get enough money to get back into the bar and have some more drinks all right here's a plan lme a bit happens every week and how many times during the bar in your buddy says those could rob somebody's who we can drink more well before they leave ryan's car they take a like a tire iron or one of those tire changing tools that come in the trunk of your car uh they take this item and so they walked to find their potential robbery or mugging victim uh well they spot 48yearold kent height haul kent as we it said can is working late at the columbia daily tribune this would be approximately a two fifteen a m or so now i do want to point out here that several people were working at the columbia daily tribune that night uh early morning hours whatever you want to call it and the the times will most of the times we give during this detailed account are going to be more approximate times.
"the columbia daily tribune" Discussed on True Crime Garage
"Ryan ferguson was convicted of the murder of can't height hoped tense murder took place in the early morning hours of november i two thousand m one in ryan ferguson's hometown of columbia missouri at the time of the murder ferguson was only seventeen years old he was a junior in high school kent height holt was found beaten and strangled shortly after two a m on november i two thousand one in the parking lot of the columbia daily tribune can't work there as a sports editor the murder went unsolved for two years until police received a tip that a man this is charles eriksson he was extremely drunk that night and he could not remember some of the events that took place that evening and most of what took place around the time of the actual murder after reading newspaper articles charles eriksson was having dreams about the murder he told a couple of people that he had concerns that he may have been involved in the actual murder on in chuck had a drug problem as well correct charles eriksson was partying with bryan ferguson on halloween night october thirty i now this would be wednesday night but we all know how much everyone likes to party on halloween charles and ryan they were doing quite a bit of underage drinking at a bar that night and a party that had started in the evening earlier turned into partying into the early morning hours charles or chuck eriksson would later confessed to the murder of kent height hope and implicate ryan ferguson in the murder as well.
"the columbia daily tribune" Discussed on X96
"Coroner frank flash porter in correa similar to a grand jury but held in public now the corner was can flash forward said that he call the corners in korea to bring attention to the seriousness a bowling in this case it was obvious that he had suffered a great deal of bullying the pushed him to this point a corner sat a big part of the inquiry is that okay we need to make this public so the school's all over the place paying more attention to bowling much of the witness testimony focused on mr sutter's manager twenty one year old harley brian i'm former co workers said that she repeatedly ridiculed so are on the job not a lot co workers said that little repeatedly making him clean the four bi hand while walking on his stomach according to the columbia daily tribune another co workers said that she wants threw it cheeseburger at him after he made in correctly but random testified that she didn't boley him and that any insult she did work that was were just jokes there's a lot of people are very queens saying i was the reason for his suicide news brand i'm said according to the tribune but i don't understand why would be that way if it's a lot of people all saying the same thing don't you think maybe and should pay attention for hearing testimony from about twenty friends co workers and witnesses the six member jury recommended that they charge means brandt him our record for brandon did not provide information on a current issues will be arraigned february fourteen they also founded school district was negligent and failing to stop bullying and that the dairy queen was negligent unveiling the properly train employees bowler candidate number two all come on just can't you know right here is bowler kinda did to number three all make some charges up i think is what it's called it but are all makeup some charges there we go i california police officer has been caught on video threatening the makeup chargers torre rest demand at the sheriff's office service counter duncan hits of victor bill california knows the former home of the roy rogers using that's right former.