18 Burst results for "Valerie Solanas"

"valerie solanas" Discussed on Con Artists

Con Artists

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"valerie solanas" Discussed on Con Artists

"In that clip from crimes of passion. We heard Michelle fear. Take the first steps in her revenge against her husband but an internet dating profile was not where Michelle's wrath ended. She started an affair with a man named John Diamond. Who in two thousand helped her murder? Her husband Marty like Michelle. John was motivated to murder because of revenge. Michelle had been spinning a web of lies for quite some time including that Marty was abusive the night before the murder. Michelle called John and told him that Marty had raped her. There's no definitive proof. This occurred but John Still wanted revenge against Marty. He killed him believing he was a benching. Michelle like John. Our next criminal also targeted her victim because of perceived injustice Valerie Solanas was wrapped in a world of delusion. Convinced that she'd been robbed. She decided to take back what was hers. Blow away anyone who tried to stop her coming up. We discussed the attempted murder of Andy Warhol now back to the show next clip from female criminals. We're looking at Valerie. Solanas attempted murder of Andy Warhol. Valerie was a radical feminist and author. Who had a history of childhood abuse in Nineteen Sixty seven? It seemed like she was finally getting the break. She was searching for. She signed a contract with Maurice Zero to publish a novel. This came shortly after famous. American artist Andy Warhol agreed to produce her but in reality. Warhol made no promises to do so and when Valerie approached him to talk about the production he put her off in truth. He had misplaced the only copy of her play and didn't want to admit it. After weeks of getting the BRUSHOFF Valerie became convinced. Both warhol and Maurice were conspiring against her trying to steal her intellectual property. The money would have been a windfall for the perpetually broke Valerie but she soon came to mistrust Maurice's intention. His contract with Valerie was loosely worded and before long. She believed that this was intentional. On Maurice's part and that his right to refusal for her next two pieces meant he could claim ownership of both Valerie's play and the scum manifesto like with Warhol Valerie's beliefs weren't entirely unfounded. Maurice had previously been known for crooked business practices in addition to being involved in pornography in France he cut legal corners whenever possible but there was no evidence to suggest that he had any malicious intentions regarding Valerie as she grew more distrustful she turned to Warhol for Legal Advice. He recommended lawyers who assured her that. Maurice didn't own anything she'd written before they met but Valery's paranoia couldn't be reasoned with. Furthermore as her mental health continued to decline. She began conflating. Maurice and Warhol in her mind. She believed that both of them were colluding against her in an attempt to steal her work by October. Nineteen sixty seven. Valerie was ranting to anyone who would listen about numerous ways warhol and Maurice had wronged her. She believed that they'd broken promises and owed money..

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"valerie solanas" Discussed on Female Criminals

Female Criminals

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"valerie solanas" Discussed on Female Criminals

"In that clip from crimes of passion. We heard Michelle fear. Take the first steps in her revenge against her husband but an internet dating profile was not where Michelle's wrath ended. She started an affair with a man named John Diamond. Who in two thousand helped her murder? Her husband Marty like Michelle. John was motivated to murder because of revenge. Michelle had been spinning a web of lies for quite some time including that Marty was abusive the night before the murder. Michelle called John and told him that Marty had raped her. There's no definitive proof. This occurred but John Still wanted revenge against Marty. He killed him believing he was a benching. Michelle like John. Our next criminal also targeted her victim because of perceived injustice Valerie Solanas was wrapped in a world of delusion. Convinced that she'd been robbed. She decided to take back what was hers. Blow away anyone who tried to stop her coming up. We discussed the attempted murder of Andy Warhol now back to the show next clip from female criminals. We're looking at Valerie. Solanas attempted murder of Andy Warhol. Valerie was a radical feminist and author. Who had a history of childhood abuse in Nineteen Sixty seven? It seemed like she was finally getting the break. She was searching for. She signed a contract with Maurice Zero to publish a novel. This came shortly after famous. American artist Andy Warhol agreed to produce her but in reality. Warhol made no promises to do so and when Valerie approached him to talk about the production he put her off in truth. He had misplaced the only copy of her play and didn't want to admit it. After weeks of getting the BRUSHOFF Valerie became convinced. Both warhol and Maurice were conspiring against her trying to steal her intellectual property. The money would have been a windfall for the perpetually broke Valerie but she soon came to mistrust Maurice's intention. His contract with Valerie was loosely worded and before long. She believed that this was intentional. On Maurice's part and that his right to refusal for her next two pieces meant he could claim ownership of both Valerie's play and the scum manifesto like with Warhol Valerie's beliefs weren't entirely unfounded. Maurice had previously been known for crooked business practices in addition to being involved in pornography in France he cut legal corners whenever possible but there was no evidence to suggest that he had any malicious intentions regarding Valerie as she grew more distrustful she turned to Warhol for Legal Advice. He recommended lawyers who assured her that. Maurice didn't own anything she'd written before they met but Valery's paranoia couldn't be reasoned with. Furthermore as her mental health continued to decline. She began conflating. Maurice and Warhol in her mind. She believed that both of them were colluding against her in an attempt to steal her work by October. Nineteen sixty seven. Valerie was ranting to anyone who would listen about numerous ways warhol and Maurice had wronged her. She believed that they'd broken promises and owed money..

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The Woman Who Shot Andy Warhol

Hostage

03:44 min | 1 year ago

The Woman Who Shot Andy Warhol

"Our first clip is from podcast original female criminals covering the attempted murder of one of the most well known American artists of the twentieth century. Andy Warhol writer in Radical Feminist Valerie solanas befriended warhol in nineteen sixty seven through the New York Avant Garde art scene. He showed an interest in producing one of her plays titled Up Your Ass at invited her into his inner circle of artists and influencers influencers at the factory but in nineteen sixty eight. The pair had a falling out. Valerie became convinced that Warhol was trying to steal her ideas and pass them off as his own in paranoia fueled rage. She confronted Warhol in his studio armed with a thirty two caliber revolver it. She pulled out her gun aimed at Warhol's back while he was on the phone and fired before Anyone could stop her when the first shot went off no one in the studio realized what was happening Amaya. Yeah thought sniper had fired through the window. He threw himself on the ground Hughes on the other hand thought. The sound was an explosion from the offices of the Communist leanest party located two floors above them. More Hall was the only one who realized what was happening. Though her first shot had missed missed him he turned the sound and when he saw Valerie was holding a smoking gun he yelled Valerie. Don't do it no no. Oh but his words couldn't deter her Valerie wasn't discovered marksman her second shot also missed however over the third bullet struck Warhol in the abdomen hitting his left lung spleen stomach liver and sopha guess before exiting his back he collapsed to the ground. At which point Valerie turned to a Maya. He was the only bystander who hadn't taken cover making him a perfect target for Valerie. She fired twice more one shot hit but miraculously passed through Maya without damaging any organs Valerie then approached Hughes pointing the gun directly directly at him. He begged for his life but Valerie told him simply. I have to shoot you. She aimed the gun at his chest at such a close range. It was impossible for her to miss. But fate intervened the gun jammed and as has she tried to get it working again. The elevator doors opened Hughes realizing that Valerie was distracted and agitated told her to just take the elevator and leave. Valerie did exactly that Morrissey and Hughes immediately called nine nine one one. When the paramedics arrived and saw the blood they believed that Warhol was already dead no one could have survived the injuries he'd sustained Amaya had to convince them? That warhol was still breathing and that he needed immediate medical treatment. Finally the first first responders loaded warhol into their ambulance at the hospital. His heart stopped at four fifty one PM. The doctors doctors declared him legally dead but they were able to resuscitate him by massaging his heart and rushed him into emergency

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"valerie solanas" Discussed on The Film Vault

The Film Vault

04:07 min | 2 years ago

"valerie solanas" Discussed on The Film Vault

"Phone next to me like you really lean in your business penis joke about home of the phone but he was standing right next. Get i saw that it was wasn't that good brian hype good scientist one psalm. I'm four is your number. Five now has nothing to the wine actually but my first film number five from me takes place in october nineteen sixty two it takes place over the course thirteen days. It's called thirteen days. Have you seen thirteen day. I don't believe thirteen. Days is a very good little the movie it's a guy with a runtime and it's looking for the runtime. It's short. It's like ninety five minutes pleasing there. That'd be nice do right now october. Sixty due to the cuban missile crisis is what depicts thirteen days has directed by roger donaldson. He is the director of cocktail species stars bruce greenwood greenwood as j._f._k. Steven culp r._f._k. Dylan baker is robert mcnamara and kevin costner as you'd expect a star as special assistant ken o'donnell this. This is eighty three percent at rotten tomatoes. It's on the level of like a really good almost excellent t._v. Movie like it's. It's just that insulated quality. I feel almost the entirety of it takes place inside the oval office like it's it's the kennedys and it's it's kehoe donald played by kevin costner who was kinda strategizing how to deal with the cuban missile crisis of course the russians had missiles in cuba which striking distance of plenty of the united states and it was actually a critics choice award nominee the need for best picture that year actually thought it was a very good movie. <hes> i a very <hes> movie has slipped cracks. I don't know why more people don't talk about thirteen. Days isn't galore movie because it's two hours twenty five minutes. No it's not there's no two hours twenty five. Are you serious. That's impossible. I maybe i'm and maybe the wrong. Is it real. No it's not says this impossible. How is that a positive days. It doesn't take thirteen brian. How is that possible. I gotta understand your logic. It's quite possible that ready to rock movie that i just saw because of you was two hours and seventeen minutes. It's longer than that. That's impossible civil. Wow i have a memory of this being very short hundred and forty five minutes but what are you looking on. Pedia rotten tomatoes brian fucker step number five. I'm surprised you guys others the short movie maybe flies by. Maybe just so compelling. Maybe you just tune in halfway through because that's how you watch it starts. It starts the missiles already there brian go beat my meat and we'll beat my meat. Something very disturbing hearing a woman say that i don't know why but it is nice and in one thousand nine hundred six when i saw i shot andy warhol in the theaters and i and i absolutely taylor playing valerie solanas and that was one of her catchphrases beat my meat which she actually was going to do a catchphrase they got it. Isn't that funny like like she would actually depart conversation in say hey i gotta go 'cause. I'm gonna go masturbate in put. It was very crass way especially back then yeah yeah. She was a talking about mental illness. This is i shot anywhere hall based on the on the the <hes> manifesto written by valerie solanas who was the sixties radical preaching hatred toward men in she had a manifesto called scum brian ryan and she took it out on on one. <hes> andy warhol played by jared harris. I had forgotten that it was jared harris because i didn't know jared harris when i saw all this back in nineteen ninety-six. He's lane price for madman christmas bonuses. What about christmas bonus sheesh chris boone huge. What about what about the chrish wish boonies us. We the line for madman. We know jared jared harris i for many things but he played andy warhol lili taylor <hes> played the title. We're all at the title rolpa valerie.

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"valerie solanas" Discussed on DirtCast

DirtCast

03:50 min | 3 years ago

"valerie solanas" Discussed on DirtCast

"Are like just had a revelation about Ryan Murphy. That he'd like can only create original television based around actors now and then make like a story. Yeah. And then when he doesn't have anything, he just takes things that really happened. Yeah. Wow. He's like a vessel for all of their talent, and he has the ability to like place it in the right. Did a casting director. I am glad that he. I'm trying to think of who is Anglo Bassett going to be in apocalypse. No buzz, nine one one, nine one one. So she Britain and nine one one, I'll shave. She got replaced, which I didn't know she. She wants the The whole whole thing. thing in her plotline I'm among was just like, I'm a nine one one dispatcher and my mom has a like a very heavy dose of dementia. Okay. I'm going to take care of her. Okay. And then I dropped out and now she's replaced by the ghost whisper, what's her name? Jennifer. Love Hugh Senator night. Because the two of them are interchangeable. And now it looks like they're making Angela Bassett. The main character of nine. Oh, okay. What they should let her directing episode because episode she directed of Roanoke is one of the best episodes in the seasons history in the show streaming. It's the one with the okay, like big spoilers for American history season six Roanoke. Here. We haven't even talked about the one where they were like it's the one the like halfway point where it shifts found footage and Angela Bassett. Wait, erected that hold on there is a shift and then it is off down have. Okay. So you know how fucking. How the beginning is like it's like a TV show reenactment or over right? Halfway through the movie show ends, and then it switches to all found footage because Cheyenne Jackson, the producer of the original show decides that he wants to make a reality show about the actors and the real people from the story saying in the house at Roan, oh my God. So then all everyone on the show is now playing a different character except for the people that like. Yourselves the real them and the the six episode is the big twist because they at the fifth episode, the show ends and you're like, what's going to happen? Half of the six episode is like like a panel, the actors are all doing, oh my God. That's That's inter-. intere- Angela, Bassett directed the whole thing. She's brilliant and it was the first time she had ever directed. She can do everything. Brought. Roanoke brought that woman from true blood in that I love. I love denied. And now she's like a big layer and she's an apocalypse was she was in Holt yell. I also watch like to Carlton was like, Nope. Nope, definitely messy. Yeah, yeah. I mean, basically, the ending is Sarah Paulson starts her own call. Nice, which I thought was she brings back the Lena Dunham call. Dan is Lena Dunham played valid on one of the richest religion, and and if I may spoil that episode. Not never gonna revealed. I think you guys will really like this. It's revealed that Valerie Solanas was the zodiac killer. So there's a scene where Lena Dunham as Valerie Solanas marches into a police station and goes, I'm Valerie Solanas, and I am the zodiac, and they like drag her away and she's like, don't believe her. I quit television. I think. I don't know what to do. I feel fucked up and very, like very imagine watching ways. I will never. I'm so glad you guys. So I don't have matching that mixed with like killer clowns and like all in one this. Yeah, I feel like we could say that was a mistake. It was certainly heard it here first. What's the actress? Who else in pill..

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"valerie solanas" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

03:50 min | 3 years ago

"valerie solanas" Discussed on No Agenda

"Now where she's coming from, and I said that in my set up is. Ancestral problems. You know, men have been running society. It's the patriarchy, it's toxic masculinity, we'll, you know, I've never heard any of this in the sixties. Which is when by the way, the scum manifesto was written that she refers to tell us about because that's an acronym that I was not familiar with. Yes, the scum manifesto came out in the late sixties and there was a similar, very similar move into what's going on. Now. It was during the Vietnam war, that other stuff and this woman, I think I can't remember her name Valerie. You look up scale. Valerie Solanas could be anyway, she wrote this gum manifesto, which was the society for cutting up men, and it was just kind of would this. Sarah young is all about, you know, kill men. There's sucked in good, don't help me and they're taking over and they're telling us what to do and it was just as you know, I never bought a copy I should've though, because it seems like it's now a collector's item. So the term scum appeared on the cover of the first addition of Olympia press as scum and was said to stand for society for cutting up men. But she objected apparently insisting that was not an acronym, although the expanded term appeared in the village voice at she'd written in nineteen sixty seven, so okay, thank you. Sounds just like Sarah young. Yeah, Liron consistent, liar, liar, the skull manifesto. I'd never heard of this argues that men have ruined the world and that is up to women to fix it. Well, I'm going to be reading this. Yeah, I mean, and put it right next to my unit bomber manifesto and might be right up there with that quality work. Well, I'm not so sure, but I don't think so either. Okay. So what how did that end? I mean, did it end or did it just kind of fade away and. Watergate happened. So is this the resurgence? And she's since she's citing it specifically the resurgence of the scum movement. Did there was no movement. That's the joke of it, and it's not no movement going on. Now. It's a bunch of on Twitter. It's a bunch of people. There's a word I can't think of, but it's yes to do at the bunch of people that are irked with the way things are because they're not part of even though she, she, you never hear from her when she gets in that editor board. By the way she's gonna fade fast or the kicker off, but. Is people that feel marginalized, and I should be the boss. I should be the boss noodle, boy people, and. It just fades out because it's just like at some point, people get jobs. Shit. I got a job got ranch like I had no time right now, Oh, man. man. Well, let's listen to the modern day version of who's to blame for everything. And this was a an argument between Angela ri- who was was now, I think pretty much fixed. You're on CNN former gopher at the black caucus. She has some fancy name like assistant something to the assistant, but inter he'll I think he was pretty low level there with the Cuomo kid and the half get who the Republican guy is the one with the. With the JJ mouth that beard a ring beard. It's really disgusting to watch that. Now, work is really poor. It's a terrible by the way they just keep. They have these people and they promote them and they wonder why they their ratings are. They're annoying. Here..

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"valerie solanas" Discussed on Night Call

Night Call

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"valerie solanas" Discussed on Night Call

"Okay so i don't know if this guy is but i know everybody else's these are all pretty at least among an under twenty five crowd i would say that these are a listers right yeah ever knows who had sheerness everybody knows at your and had the biggest song of the year last year and kendall jenner is a popular model on a kardashian and ej calot is walking name everybody knows who these people are this makes the people that are popular among this makes young people fucking stupid that that is my that's my takeaway a thirty two year old now i just i feel bad that these are like the like these are the like hot celebs that they like they all sound like idiots for even walking into the studio i'm i'm barrister for them the song requires too much world building there's i mean the fact that you're explaining the premise in the chorus it's like a it's like a huey lewis song fem don't don't you dare name a few lewis on this podcast this is a pro no louis podcast i'm saying that it's about the pineapple express song yes i'm saying like explaining the premise of the song but especially doing it in the chorus like i understand like in the i i you need to do some setup fine sure whatever when you are actually saying i'm in chris brown's body in the course of the song feels like you maybe had too much to also the weirdest person to pick of anyone.

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"valerie solanas" Discussed on Night Call

Night Call

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"valerie solanas" Discussed on Night Call

"Yeah it's the worst song of all time but is it the worst come me a catchy soft very catchy song let's play devil thank you fred it for me i got an open mind right now my third is open for freaky open minded open years okay so kendall jenner to showed up and that's the end of the song that's the end of the song they played the last the last lyric in the song is i've got a vagina i'm going to learn the inner workings of a woman in its kendall jenner singing it and the song just end they play this on the radio one hundred times day you know what do you know my take away from this i don't know who will dickey is i sound like a grandma right now i know i know who everybody else knows yeah i know who everybody little dicky guy no the little nick is is that that a his name little dick we'll bic from pennsylvania okay sure find news nose ring does he look like g easy no you looks like the guy that freestyle raps i like the cafeteria see i know who jesus but okay you know who jesus dating is he still doing lana no he dumped lawn of her halsey was one it was a scandal but also good for a lot of getaway seriously harassment that that made me i had my doubts about okay so so i just want to i just wanna say my gut take away from this song which is that.

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"valerie solanas" Discussed on Night Call

Night Call

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"valerie solanas" Discussed on Night Call

"Tale we're leaving the theater and it's cold really cold and we are walking out of the year to our hotel and we see a figure walking towards us from very far away and rachel looked at me and was like that person has no face and i was like no i think that's a scarf and she was like i'm really freaked out that person has no face and so we were gonna pass each other and as they get closer i see that they have like a hood a big i don't know if it was like a parka we're like a heavy coat but their face was like avoid and i didn't see there were no is no facial features and it turned its as we passed it we couldn't tell if it was a man or woman or what it turned and just kind of stopped and turned and stared at us and we just ran with its no face we'd had no faith you have is it had no is looked like just blanket it was just like blackness defeat features was the parka lifted that look more or less normal was it just the place where the face should have been that was dark it was the place the place where the face should have been in the park look to nor it looked it looked wanna like at any you know i'm sure in retrospect i'm like it was a creepy parka it was a it was garb it was a cloak but it it was weird because it was all alone it was late at night like you know we were coming out of the movie but other than other wasn't much there was actually a week night to and it was cold so i mean when you see someone bundled up it's not like that strange but what was weird is at the point that we would have been able to see facial features there was nothing and then when we were like right up on them there was just nothing there was no face.

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"valerie solanas" Discussed on Night Call

Night Call

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"valerie solanas" Discussed on Night Call

"Yeah exactly understand like why there's a cult of personality around sure well and he yeah he gets very animated yes he's like boring to know he's a automatic evil yeah charismatic yeah as opposed to land also he lets the white supremacists on his show which is what you know if if we're keeping for our bell to go with the narrative that at least aren't bell shut them down yeah because that's what i'm saying is a lot of conspiracy theories lead to over to white supremacy a lot of the more recent conspiracy theories like burgers and people like that are just straight up straight up racism so it's interesting to talk we talk about this because this is what the podcast is like leftist spiracy proper unite radical feminists conspiracy theory but like radical conspiracy theories are real they're all valerie salon was just writing what she knew please make that the title pod today well rest in peace if you are wanting today's episode sponsors is cared dot com the world's largest digital marketplace for finding and managing family care i've been using dot com for a while to find services like housekeepers and babysitters and it's been a humongous lifesaver i have two kids and three pets which is makes me a gross person and as much as i try and stay on top of things when stuff gets busy our houses totally falls apart so the first time i used care dot com was when my oldest kid was a newborn and i was i just gone back to work my husband was working and we had not really thought through what to do about getting anyone to help with life so a really nice relative gifted us a care dot com she's like oh you know find somebody and get your house clean and it was the biggest gift i mean it just totally reset our perspectives on everything we were totally under water and it was.

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"valerie solanas" Discussed on Night Call

Night Call

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"valerie solanas" Discussed on Night Call

"Emily because i printed out my no no way to call back to this longer bench so this is from the washington post obituary that posted a it's it's full of good stuff it has like just everything you want but it says regarding his politics quote his politics all over the map a selfdescribed libertarian he opposed abortion supported same sex marriage and was skeptical skeptical of the science behind global warming he blamed richard nixon for spawning nation of cynics supported barry goldwater in nineteen sixty four and ross perot in nineteen ninety two came to consider bill clinton agreed president and said he voted for barack obama in two thousand what a free spirit just posted a white guy reaction jif a little more like the puppies in turn their head from side to side like twists good and bad said i like this mr bell had no stomach for haters he had a wife on as a guest made him uncomfortable comfortable enough for him to spout racist views and then mr bell informed the guests that quote i am married to a brown skinned asian women well well there was this crazy thing i guess where he he like moved to the philippines he married filipino woman and then moved to the philippines and then there was a hoax against him where it was a letter that they somebody sent to a newspaper and said like art bell wrote this and it was a bunch of terrible things about filipino people and then it was proven to be a hoax but it still kinda came back to bite him a few times it would like recirculated so i think it was something that he kind of had to address i knew he like moved to pahrump nevada because he thought somebody was out to get him that is also heidi fleiss move when like was fleeing.

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"valerie solanas" Discussed on Night Call

Night Call

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"valerie solanas" Discussed on Night Call

"Yes no that's my that's my relationship with saying because it's like that's when you really have time to meditate on those lights in the distance like what's that weird grain silo just passed and that art bell really just creates this environment where you're allowed to just like indulge in wondering about those things what if it was planted there by the aliens and just the the colin aspect too is i mean it just creates this sort of kind of feels like the radio equivalent of like the kind of internet that we talk a lot about lost the kind of gentrified weirdos only message board yeah totally like it is a message board radio show who care about aliens and who aren't like trying to get the biggest audience possible but are just like i have to find all the other i need my freak flag so that i can find my people so that was a big reason we wanted this to be a call in show yeah yeah and the other thing is like i think that the the long drive thing is totally i mean that is like that is it's not like i listen to coast to coast all the time but definitely if i was on a road trip i did and the other the other inspiration point for this podcast the delilah show is another one like that in like from friend of the podcast member was talking about like how he has such a relationship with delilah because you know you just if you're if you have to do a long drive at night what's delilah.

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"valerie solanas" Discussed on Night Call

Night Call

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"valerie solanas" Discussed on Night Call

"There was an episode of the lone gunmen apparently the exile spinoff in the year like nineteen ninety nine that showed something about like people doing terrorist attack on the twin towers or something and then people after nine eleven were like fox like that's proof that like it was an inside job because like fox the channel the lone gunman was on your new it was going to happen and so they aired that episode so that it would seem like too much of a coincidence if it did happen what would be the gain coincidence conspiracy what i'm confused we're saying what's so great about it doesn't matter yeah no no no so great about art bell that yeah it didn't matter if you really believe in conspiracies are not because it's about just sort of going to those weird places of the mind like what if you know i think to most people it's like satisfying to make connections where there are none you know yeah because like wouldn't it make more sense if everything did have all these weird interconnections and yet the world all was a universal theory of lizard people yeah it can just get politicized so easily but when it's just like oh wonder why that is the way it is yeah like a weird like an imaginary playground of caleb horton wrote a really great thing about our bell that he reposted on his twitter that he wrote a while ago but it was just about our bell and about how like arpels the perfect to drive long distances to.

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"valerie solanas" Discussed on Night Call

Night Call

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"valerie solanas" Discussed on Night Call

"About just because of what it kind of became but i still feel like a possible to be nostalgic for what it well it also like started as like a regular like right wing talk radio show yeah yeah so the fact that you also his politics interesting i use technically a libertarian yeah technically libertarian such a terrible friends interesting to think about like what those alignments men yeah indies eighty people you know the idea of the conspiracy theory libertarian is such a thing obviously but it's interesting to think about our builders alex jones right well i remember we had a neighbor who was really into art vel and even before i really knew what it was to be like a paranoid like conspiracy theorist guy my mom would always be like that guys you know he's he's into conspiracy theories and but we were friends with him he was like are you know funny neighbor he was like harmless and you know a lot of people are into conspiracy theory yeah yeah you know i think we're all of the mind that like some of them are true you know yeah some some of the big ones especially you know like the government did a lot of shady stuff and some of them are not and the not the most fun one tell you a nine eleven conspiracy that somebody just tore he that i've never heard before okay just to get right into it you know honoring honoring the legacy while sam near.

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"valerie solanas" Discussed on Night Call

Night Call

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"valerie solanas" Discussed on Night Call

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"valerie solanas" Discussed on Night Call

Night Call

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"valerie solanas" Discussed on Night Call

"Oh yeah that's right he's my friend brianna works at the natural history museum and you know she was like helping them close it was amazing it was so cool and their offices and stuff you know i love to see in the backstage of anything like the backstage of the natural history museum like i was just as excited about like look this door leads to a mundane hallway isn't that crazy so when you do you tomorrow tomorrow so well you know it's going to be hard to top going to see a screening of feel pretty yeah we and i was like hey wanna go to a free screening and i was like do i oppress screening again i'm just gino thing everyone else's is has done a lot i will be quickly de glamorize and then i'll go back to la and that can be jaded about all the beautiful sunsets there and it'll be chill guys how are you i'm good we lost an icon this we did we lost probably the single biggest inspiration on their nikoil yeah saying father of night call father of night call art bell r i p r i p friday the thirteenth don't try to thirteen right but also or did he right right we'll right now the the number one search if you look for bellas cause of death so i'm glad that there's already some well i was saying i was like i'll just put it out there that the lizard people got to know that's really.

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"valerie solanas" Discussed on Night Call

Night Call

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"valerie solanas" Discussed on Night Call

"It's five fifty one a m on madison avenue and you're listening tonight call hello hello and welcome tonight cau i mali lambert in i am in new your new york city sitting next to emily yoshida in real life and talking to us from los angeles in a shed where we keep the aliens when we find them and then we take them out to feed them reece's pieces because we can't get the rights to eminem's tesla hello please feed me it's so strange it's like you're it's like your imaginary friend that we you know we have there's like a secret number that only works at certain times of the day and we can access the line hayes hang of secret number as hot lines yes should give us a call at one four zero four six night and email us at night call pod casts in five games gee meal dot com dot com and ask us here questions sarayir share your spooky stories yeah just drop us allies lila's what's on your mind about the shadow people tell us about how art belshazzar life molly before we get into art bell which we will i know the people want it tell us about new york city and how it's changing your life i'm in new york city new york city and and you're on your so the intro is actually accurate for the first time we are on madison addicts and avenue but we've always been on madison avenue it because i didn't know where the studio was until now molly was telling me as we were walking into the building there's like molly noted if not the most noted mad men recap in the history of the show the only i didn't even know it was named after madison avenue to like the fitzy.

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"valerie solanas" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

01:41 min | 4 years ago

"valerie solanas" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

"But they go a step too far when they killed the daughter of sheriff how hartmann who i kept writing in my notes as hell holbrooke he's mark twain the one will know whereas the hitchhiker no bins with the big red mole on his face is old overweight kid here and leather faces a thin katie here which shop nami now the falcons seat in rome arne discharge the voices some house like you're talking to you someone talking at he's telling himself to shut up fits may not know that but the ninth batch shipped fucking crazy anyone who listens knows that act who shut up you personality let me on the my watt and this is only union one of her big and ease was i shot andy warhol she played valerie solanas she was the woman that did shoot any warhol and she pow the round with a drag queen play by brad door f who appears in the next month segment brad durfee in film relay's new'moats have even homes have like 'paki said i i miss for the longest time i believe they were father and son this is a dwarf on golf not durr ira door fucking golf not the movie i want to watch it him with a chainsaw everywhere backyard up all right helped movie move onto the already seen eye and mallory whatever her name is a clear east the lambs are side lindt just keep that in mind.

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