18 Burst results for "Wayne Casey"

"wayne casey" Discussed on Let's Start A Cult

Let's Start A Cult

08:19 min | 3 months ago

"wayne casey" Discussed on Let's Start A Cult

"Only fans so you want hours of content of my feet just search. Let's start called on only fans all right now. The all the weirdos are gone. Let's let's introduce my guests. This episode the weirdos are now wouldn't they have stayed no they would have gone to search my feet although they might wanna stay for this episode. It's definitely weird. So the voice you just heard is one third of shots and thoughts. Podcast one third of my other podcasts. Read it on waikiki. And if requires a third podcast not even the vendors will be able to stop this man. Please welcome my good friend shawn. Salvino what is going on buddy. Too much ga-. I'm excited to be one with fred. Finally once and for all yeah. It's been a while. I mean have you on for a while. Just haven't haven't matched up. So i'm glad to have you on for this episode for share thankful to be on you so sean before we get started i have to ask you. How do you feel about murder. And more specifically mutilation. What are your feelings on that all around bad not good stuff but i guess you know i'm not overly sensitive to it but in the grand scheme of things now not good stuff not a fan but you. You won't shy away if it's presented to. Yeah exactly my wife. Watches way too. Many murderer shows murder forecast for me to be a week to it. I guess interesting. May maybe you should just be always looking over your shoulders. Then because she knows everything like how to hide a body basically pretty terrifying she says a lot of like you know if if one of us dies and then goes on wait a second year. You know what i'm sharpening the knife plotting my motor. Well i hope She waits at least an hour for us to finish this episode before she does that because because in today's episode of the let's start cult. Podcast we will be covering the story of the ripper crew. A group who terrorize chicago with a series of abductions and horrific killings between nineteen eighty one and nineteen eighty-two later it would be revealed that they would eat amputated breasts of their victim as part of their sickening satanic rituals. They may have committed these horrific murders but one of the cult members has since been released from prison. Even their leader will be eligible for parole in a few years time. Despite the authorities describing him as worse than the infamous charles manson. So sean have you ever heard of the ripper crew also known as the chicago rippers. Know holy. shit. That sounds like a comic book like a batman gang villain. Yeah that's that's a very good description. It sounds awful. Definitely buckle up because this one's starts dark and gets even darker as we go so definitely trigger warning for anyone who needs that This episode does get extremely graphic. Unfortunately sean you are stuck here so you can't go anywhere me. Are you ready to jump into the ripper crew. I guess have to be now after that warning i never. I didn't tell you what it was going to be about. But this is payback for the smut. You made me read on reddit on wicky really pair. Yeah yeah all right. The recruit is widely regarded as one of the most prolific serial killers in american history. But despite this notoriety not much is actually known about the early years of the group and its four members. Robin gach edwards spitzer andrew co corales and thomas co corrales. Those are the four members what has been disclosed to the public. Though is that robin gets the group's leader had been arrested sometime in nineteen seventy nine and charged with contributing to the sexual delinquency of a fourteen year. Old girl so starting off. Oh i mean like. I said start start gets worse if that's possible but this wasn't his first brush with the sexual related events as a teenager gets had also been accused by his family members of molesting his own sister. Yes that's that's an alabama shit. I don't know what he's doing in chicago. Walk from texas. I didn't wanna say deep south shit because we don't do that suspect alabama big alabama vibes. No disrespect yeah. That's like the middle of the country stuff so in a bid to cure him of this quote unquote sickness. His parents sent him to live with his grandmother but their efforts were in vain. He continued to exhibit other disturbing behaviors throughout the years with his wife even admitting that he loved to slice her breasts whenever they had sex. Oh he had a wife. Well that is on alone fascinating like what kind of person would be with someone like that is my first question after the first light like there's a probably naga. Yeah i mean. I guess there is like the bedia semnan crew. That's part of that. But that's the extreme end of it. Maybe but this is This is a king that definitely comes back later on. And i'm not sure what is Obsession with breasts are but they definitely Play a huge part in the killings but we will get to that at some point during his life gets found employment at pd 'em contractors construction business established in one thousand nine hundred seventy one by the notorious serial killer and rapist. John wayne casey known as the cla- killer clown he to terrorize the state of illinois. From nineteen seventy two to nineteen seventy eight and was eventually found to have brutally murdered more than thirty people. If you haven't checked out terrible people doing terrible things episode on john wayne gacy. They cover all his terribleness but it is kind of crazy that This serial killer worked for another serial killer and kind of lucky for him because he was younger at this point which john wayne gracie preyed on younger boys. So i mean if we're thinking like dexter it's too bad this serial killer didn't take this serial killer you know what i mean or yeah man out of all thirty innocent children. He killed the at least the future. Serial killer. I don't know maybe he was grooming him to become a better serial killer. Who knows 'cause definitely because that it isn't known exactly how gets met edwards spitzer and the co corrales brothers andrew thomas however sometime in the early nineteen eighties. The four began to spending time together with gets becoming the de facto leader of their group. Thanks to his innate charisma and authoritative personality. So he's basically the john of our group. Sean let draw parallels between us. Yeah okay that's fair. That's the four them would all hang out together at his house waiting until his wife left for work before heading up to the addict which they referred to as the satanic chapel dark and lit only by handles the. Yeah it's par for the course so far dark and lit only by candle light the room featured in alter draped in red cloth as well as six red and black crosses that had been haphazardly painted on the wall spread through and the copa alice. Brothers co corrales. Brothers believed that gets possessed supernatural powers which you used to control others both physically and mentally. They were convinced. The sphere of influence include them however they welcomed this idea thinking that this gave meaning to their lives and a sense of purpose. Unfortunately they believe that this purpose involve them committing a series of horrific murders Sorry yeah no that's right. They believe that this purpose involve them committing a series of horrific murders. Yeah so it's kind of weird. They're kind of weird. They're like we think he's controlling us. But we're cool with it. We're cool anything else. Where do you find the these. Just clueless idiots. Yeah be rude. Because i mean mental health and whatnot but jesus christ people. Yeah that's fair that's fair. They're probably assholes for.

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"wayne casey" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

07:55 min | 5 months ago

"wayne casey" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

"Them and then he would have them. Never pull your car over when you're getting followed by. Tell them i tell them. I said that which is also the thing the hillside stranglers did they posed as cops and pulled women over would be like you have a bunch of tickets yet into our car. Which is why. I mean i'm not fucking bullshitting now you do want to pull over in a well populated area. You don't want if some cop is stopping you on. That can deserted road. You're fucking getting off on the next stop and parking and the mcdonald's you know what you're doing on your high speed chase in it to a ball. Tell them your mother sent you. Karen and georgia so around this time at this point. He's been getting away with murder for six years. At the end of nineteen seventy seven. He'd killed nineteen boys and by nineteen seventy eight. He was committing a murder every two to three weeks. Holy shit your town. I can't even vacuum every two to being so much dog hair on all my clothes and the only reason we don't have it is because we pack the. I bought this here all right. So his last victim was in december. Nineteen seventy eight and it was fifteen year old robert peace and he worked part time at a drugstore and does planes does planes to planes. Just plans does planes. It doesn't matter so his mom. This robert peace. Mom is in the parking lot to pick him up when his shift is over but he goes hold on a second. I met this guy who has a better job for me. And it's it's a really good paying job i'll be right back. And he never comes down. They go out into the parking lot after fifteen minutes and he's nowhere to be seen. But here's the thing and this is where if you've ever seen a movie where brian dennehy plays john wayne casey and you have to see it. It's so crazy because he was crazy drunk and on pills so by this point he's been doing it and getting away with it for so long. He's like sloppy as hell. He thinks no one's ever going to catch him and he's just really sloppy. So the people in this drugstore knew who jump. Casey was the guy always offers kids job. Exactly pogo the clowns here again. It's that guy who wears a sweet honesty. Brought it back around. It's called the bring it back. So anyway they file a missing persons report. He is not a runaway. They can't blame it on any of that. Shit this was. This boy was an eagle scout loving family. So the cops they trace it back to the cops go to his house to question him at three thirty in the morning when they finally trace it back and he's super pissy. He's like really bitchy to the cops would be no. I'm sorry they they go to his house like at night normal time and he's really bitching. I will come down to the station will come down to talk to you. He shows up at three thirty in the morning at the police station covered in mud. So they're like kid. You take a seat in here a couple of questions and and they finally do a background check and see that. He was convicted for sodomy in iowa. And they're finally like. I think we've got this guy. So can i just say that. Sodomy is bullshit charge. Because they didn't give him the you guys never mind. It's just a thing where they didn't want to charge him with child molestation or give him a real fucking charge. They gave him eighteen months because they gave him sodomy and said which like anyone could get sodomy. That's right and if you're not comfortable with that maybe it's your problem. They detain him. he doesn't even want to. I mean i don't know what to say. They detain them at the police station. They go and search galaxies home and they find a trap door. That leads down to the crawlspace and then a cop crawls down to the crawlspace and they're like they're sure is lot of lime down here backed up. They didn't find anything they came. Yep yeah so once said no. Now there's more in this paper. I swear to guy what they do find is a bunch of jewelry that does not belong to him and one of the things that they found was a class ring with the initials j. c. inside it and they trace that rain back to john's zik. His last name is spelled so insanely it's easy. Y s z. k. Or something like that. I just wrote it. Because i couldn't deal. But they basically see they trace the ring. They get john's name. They go to the zik home and they say the mother tells them he's been missing since january twentieth. Nineteen seventy seven and they're like ding ding. Ding here we go. This is our guy so then they start. They stake him out and they have to get. They have to get a search warrant for his house so while they're waiting. They put the surveillance team on his house. And gase is doing things like leading them on long. Medium speed chases till dawn or like. He doesn't even know anyone's following him. No no no he does. He's doing it on purpose or he's like buying them dinner. The bear out there trying to order food or whatever and then he just picks up the tab like he's fucking around like he's there's he can't ever get caught but they get a second search warrant and that's when sorry. He invited them in for a fish dinner and wall that the two cops were inside one of them said. Could i use your restroom. And when the cop those into the restroom he they said. It was around christmas time so the heater was on and the cop walked into the bathroom. I keep saying restroom. But it's a home. He goes into the bathroom and smells death. And he's like this. What did you hear what i just heard. A ghost came on the air came out and it was the smell of death. This was they had to search this outs. Basically so so. Essentially bloop bleep. Sorry what they how they finally got him was. He had driven to a gas station and like dropped off a bag of pot to somebody so they got him on this really dumb charge but they were able to hold him at the police station. They got the second warrant. They go into the house. They go into the crawlspace and after fifteen minutes because they didn't take time the first after fifteen minutes or like we have three bodies and then it's on like donkey kong and eventually they find in in those in that crawlspace twenties. The twenty-seven bodies. I feel so bad for those cops that had all that shit up. it's so even just. The old footage is so upsetting looking. And it's yeah you have to look at it. This is mom just playing solitaire the whole time or some sheet. No she died some. I almost said she's like what's that johnny. I didn't hear you come in the trick again. I got to you did that to me..

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"wayne casey" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:33 min | 5 months ago

"wayne casey" Discussed on WGN Radio

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"wayne casey" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:33 min | 11 months ago

"wayne casey" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"The Census Bureau's missed deadlines could spell bad news for Democrats of Virginia and Republicans in New Jersey and legislative elections this year. The unusual political cycle in those two states often provides an early window into the voters view on a new presidential administration. 2021 election cycle is also supposed to be the first conducted after redistricting to reflect the 2020 census, But the Census Bureau says they'll delay the data so both Virginia and New Jersey will have to use the existing lines. That's correspondent Andrew Stewart in New Jersey. Republicans say the lines lock in a Democratic advantage in Virginia, the existing lion's favorite, The GOP. Today's Sunday January 31st and some famous people are celebrating a birthday, including former Congressman Dick Gephardt, the Democratic Missouri 80 years old singer and musician Harry Wayne Casey, a 70. More on these stories, a town hall dot com 2021 is already off to a disturbing start For conservatives. We've seen Twitter unilaterally shut down President Trump's account, the conservative platform parlor was booted off the Apple Store by Apple and Big Tech is muzzling free speech at a speed that nobody could have predicted. Nobody except biologist and evolutionary theorist Bret Weinstein, who appeared in the film no safe spaces to issue this warning about political correctness running amok, YouTube and Google, Facebook and Twitter dictate whose voices can Be heard. And if those entities start trying to engineer the conversation to adhere to the.

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"wayne casey" Discussed on Liberaleren Podcast

Liberaleren Podcast

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"wayne casey" Discussed on Liberaleren Podcast

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"wayne casey" Discussed on Five four two and the Blue

Five four two and the Blue

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"wayne casey" Discussed on Five four two and the Blue

"That. The barrel was burned underneath. That was still standing and still founded. The burnside on the river could be used as evidence. Of contact in the University of Illinois for. A plant biologist by the name of Eugene Heimlich in an organic chemist by the name of Donald dickerson responded to his request for assistance. They came out. And the tree experts explained to the share of the natural life cycle of a tree. The season's will cause a tree to grow in the spring and summer than go dormant in the winter. We all remember that from elementary school physical science. The process each year creates the ring pattern in the trunk in the branches of every tree. The rings we are told from childhood can show just how old that Tree Years Bhai counting the rings. Also a ring in the trees branch will show the growth of that year. Fuel is highly toxic to a tree, and if it doesn't kill the tree, it will at the very least hamper its growth. The professors took samples from the branches of the Maple Tree. And core samples as well from the tree. Their findings concluded that three rings deep meaning three years ago, the growth of the tree was much thinner. The tree had gone through some sort of stress that summer that Charlotte went missing. Then they took the samples. Chop them up very finely. Ground Them Up. That evidence. was analyzed using a gas chromatograph Mass Spectrometer. If you are an NCAA I s TV show fan. You know that all at parties. The forensic technician in that show. Called that particular device her major mass spectrometer. And used it quite often. And those devices have been around for quite a while, and they have just refined over the years. But a mass spectrometer identifies the compound. Sample. Even in very very small amounts now in their analysts. In their analysis of the collected evidence, they found the presence of diesel hydrocarbons. A total of five branches were tested. The two branches located on the side of the tree that the barrel was on in the barrel was burned, showed the hydrocarbons in. The would. The other three. Lambs which were taken from a sample from the opposite side. Did Not show. Any carbon. Or hydrocarbons from the diesel fuel, neither did in a sample of any of the other trees close to their. That indicated that a barrel of diesel was burned. The fat tree where mcallister. said it was and confirming at least part of her story. Now the evidence forensic evidence. Once, it was explained to the court. And admitted into evidence was enough to convict for at. One of the prosecutors in the trial was a Robert Egan of Chicago who had come down. The prosecutor of John Wayne Casey's matter of fact, serial killer convicted for the murderers of thirty three young men in nineteen eighty few years before..

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"wayne casey" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

06:36 min | 1 year ago

"wayne casey" Discussed on WJR 760

"Wayne Casey the coach of the pistons who had to go into solitary confinement himself quarantine after of one of the players the question what was it exposed and got the coronavirus now he is out how did you get by in your isolation because you're away from your family right you couldn't you couldn't be there anybody what was it like broke my first my first night a couple nights because the kids are still in school I didn't want to be around them so I stayed at a hotel in a local hotel and then after they called all school I came home and went down in the basement and yeah I think I know have now how it feels like to be in jail I never been in jail but you know my wife knocked on the door had the food at the bottom of the fellow at the door and that now the downstairs by myself so and then when I did have contact you restricted eight feet to keep the social disturbing thought it was a it was a different situation you know and what what a great did they bring you food and leave it at the top of the stairs and it's just a door the whole nine yards yeah so you're missing is that little slot right that's on the door with a side the metal traders income request and when I get the good thing about it when I got through reading I just put a live out what found it outside the door in Iraq to flee the dishes all washed so well actually you're describing a lot of men's fantasies get to live in the basement get food delivered at the steps get their laundry watch and they can sit down there watch television I don't know there a lot of guys are going you know what sign me up for that the hard part about that is when it when it was all over now got all these honey thank honey do things to do yeah how's okay yeah you got you got your hearing the read for a long time ago chores that acquired well we we hope we hope and pray that you know there's some normalcy not just for the world of sports such as the part of life but that that everybody you know can can can resume something in for you guys that means playing ball and and you know I do think it's going to be a long time before we have fans in the stands I don't know how you keep that safe and without a vaccine you know there's no way that that there's no preventative thing that you could take but I have a I have a whole theory that we invented Rosie and me and some other people on a walk we were walking around the neighborhood we invented a way that they can have the NBA playoffs you wanna you wanna hear it quickly here's the land yeah okay you've got to take all the playoff teams and you've got to bring them to a campus or two campuses of the university did this been evacuated and they have to live there through the playoffs because they can't go home after a game because I go home after a game and they get exposed to and then they come back and then they they test positive the whole team is out the teams out of the playoffs right you can't have the rest of the team plans so the team that played against them just like what happened with you guys so you've got to put them in an isolated by to take over at a university that is close you use their gym because you know they have some pretty nice the courts you know some of the major and as teams get eliminated then they leave the campus otherwise everybody has to stay right in there they bring the food in and this way there's no exposure to the outside one of everybody's clean when you first arrive then in theory nobody should be getting it as long as there's no contact with the outside world with like an Olympic village without the public cafeteria you know and and and the and the and the arena is on the campus so you don't have to go anywhere the television people have to live in there with you the referees have to live in there with you everybody who walks in doesn't leave until the playoffs are over which means you know you're away from your family and all that but then it would be clean and and there's no chance of infection that's the Mitch album plan on putting it out there for you okay what I would email that to Adam that I'm sure there's a lot of questions he would have all of that but it's the mail me back house I know Adam he's got my number you can just call me and say you know what what about this mission I'll say well I got the zero three because I've got nothing but time to think up we all use scenarios tell you what and and again just like you said I think our cities directly job go to Whistler having to stay home stay safe order and hope everybody abides by it and one thing that has called me and I think it's a great let's follow this is our cleaning this washing our hands making sure we we our hygiene is up to speed because it's scary the oak a healthy you know using Christian as a example help the young man knows them's whatsoever right and he comes down with this crazy thing so let's let's all of us to fight by you know I'm I'm sure makes your yeah we are now I got it I don't think we know what to do preach the word yeah the other day here from me doing I'm happier okay I'm glad you're out of solitary confinement and and best of luck to you will be in touch on this thank you guys okay great talk to his usual all right before we wrap up here we want to do our best of the week every week we take a look at some of the highlights from the previous week and even in grim times there are laughs to be found here is this week's best the blast the store codes are the is two kinds of people out there now the nice people did not you keep your distance and that or the green what it looked like you were bringing typhoid tool or left I mean look at you like you're like yeah and they learn is to talk to people out to the right now everybody knows what it feels like maybe the black eye what does it Hey man did you see whether converting whiskey distilleries making hand sanitizer which is forty percent alcohol you're pretty sorry my support doing shots of pure L. during the why doesn't anybody panic 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"wayne casey" Discussed on Newt's World

Newt's World

03:04 min | 1 year ago

"wayne casey" Discussed on Newt's World

"Know that in order to grow faster you must have the right tools if you WANNA take your company from two million to ten million or ten million to hundreds of millions in revenue net suite by Oracle gives you the tools to turbocharger growth net. Sweet BUSINESS GROWS HERE SCHEDULE. Your free product to our right now and receive your free guide six ways to run a more profitable business had met sweet dot com slash. Newt that's net sweet dot com slash? Newt net sweet dot com slash. Newt the btk killer. Dennis rader was dogcatcher married with children. Wayne Casey doubled as a clown at children's birthday parties. Ted Bundy was a law student. They all blended in. I'm Nancy grace host of podcast crime stories with Nancy Grace and our new original concept killers amongst us where we break down the most evil crimes and focus on unsolved homicides year crime stories with Nancy grace on the iheartradio APP. Or wherever you get your podcasts. Hi this is new because of the crowbars. I'm currently staying at home in Rome. Where my wife serves as the United States ambassador to the Holy See? She's leading the embassy in dealing with all the different changes being brought about by the pandemic. It bring you this episode this week. I'm recording from my home. So you may notice a difference an audience. We have twenty six and a half million small businesses in this country. We talk ourselves into a situation that we don't have to be in that we do not have to go into a recession and that if there is some short term pain that's exactly what it should be short term when this episode of Newt Corona virus or Kobe nineteen his spreading rapidly in the United States and around the world and so a major impact on our global economy The stock market has experienced its biggest losses in history as bars restaurants gyms and places where we socially gather close. Many hourly workers are losing their jobs. The travel business including airlines and hotels are facing furloughs layoffs. Many small businesses are being impacted. We're all bracing the economic impact. The groner virus may have an all of us. What is the right economic policy? Should be pursuing at this time. Who Sent Thousand Dollar checks to? Everyone needs the money or do incentivize. The economy with tax measures that will boost the businesses most significantly impacted. So they can preserve their works. As the trillion dollar corona virus economic bailout makes its way through Congress. I think it's important to discuss. How the US economy should be supported and lease to welcome my guests. Steve Moore distinguished visiting fellow for the project for economic growth at the Heritage Foundation and Charles paint host of making money with Charles Pain on the Fox. Business.

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"wayne casey" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"wayne casey" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Mike. Judy Hell Ron Greg. And Kristen's your family since your country in passing we bid you goodbye and mm-hmm we will never forget you. Sometimes when we reach for the stars we fall short but we must pick ourselves up again press on despite the pain. The Nation is indeed fortunate that we can still draw on immense reservoirs courage and character and fortitude the two that we're still blessed with euros like those of the space shuttle Challenger over ten thousand. Were on hand that ceremony on this date in nineteen eighteen eighty eight the first Russian. McDonald's opened in Moscow on this date in one thousand nine hundred ninety in Nineteen ninety-two Howard cosell sell retired. After his wife died of a heart attack two years earlier the sportscasters helped begin to fail. L. He would die of a cardiac. Embolism three years later. At the age of seventy seven it was on this date. In nineteen ninety-five President Clinton authorized. The Twenty Billion Dollar Loan to Mexico stabilize its economy. In the Netherlands in two thousand one a Scottish court convicted Libyan and acquitted another for their parts in the bombing of Pan Am flight. One Zero Three which crashed into Lockerbie Scotland in nineteen eighty eight in two thousand and four mystery science theater. Three thousand ended ended. Its run on the sci-fi channel and in two thousand and five. The child molestation trial of Michael. Jackson began in California and the last few weeks. A large amount amount of ugly malicious information has been released into the media about me. Apparently this information was leaked through transcripts in a grand jury proceeding where neither my lawyers Schnur I ever appeared. The information is disgusting and false Michael Jackson appealing to the public for a fair trial Samuel Alito junior junior assuming assuming offices the one hundred ten Supreme Court justice of the United States are believed that a Supreme Court Justice Alito will be accredited credited the court credit country among those passing away on this date in history cozy Cole Drummer This is the birth date of a Zane. Grey the Western writer. Eddie Cantor Total Bank Gary Moore Jackie Robinson Mario Lanza Carol Carol channing. Who passed away just this last year? Ninety seven. Norman Mailer Benjamin Hooks and this James Franciscus and Suzanne plumet happy seventieth birthday to Jonathan Banks from airplane in Beverly Hills. Cop Casey and the Sunshine Band's Harry Wayne Casey sixty-nine nine today Burn the sex pistols. Johnny rotten is sixty four Fit Finlay prowrestler. Sixty to his son is now wrestling in in new Japan. Pro Wrestling Kelly Lynch from cocktail and roadhouse sixty one Minnie driver fifty from scandal Kerry Washington is forty three and boy band singer. Justin timberlake thirty nine. Though some of the people who celebrate the thirty first day of January as their birthday. This happens to the your birthday where the four freshmen. And we just WANNA say going.

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A Review of Stephen King's 'It'

Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

03:37 min | 2 years ago

A Review of Stephen King's 'It'

"Today. We're discussing it star orrick harry anderson dennis christopher where should missour- annette o'toole. Tim reid john ritter and richard thomas special appearance by tim curry. The as pennywise was lonnie anderson busy like we're. We're all the sitcoms. What isn't a horror movie could get alan thicke directed directed by tommy lee wallace who does more comedy than horror no halloween three now. I guess depending on how you slice comedy. This is the the now playing co host. That's down to clown arnie and stewart and this the host who still insists he sees the ghost jacob. We're here a movie that has been so requested tested even before we started doing stephen king and then once we did. I can't count the number of times i've heard have you guys reviewed it and this is going to be the show with the most fun inflection an ever as we constantly emphasize the proper noun it yeah it is it for me. It certainly was the steven king book that i read that maybe wanna go back and read everything that he had written part of the appeal was i had just turned thirteen sixth grade and i had never taken on a book as is big as that book. My dad was a member of book of the month club but then showed up like a phone book on our doorstep over a thousand pages fourteen hundred pages weighing over four pounds at retail and you know aliens had just come out the month before and a movie and this really kicked off my horror movie phase like these were the things things that made me get so deep into horror in my teenage years i had talked to you about stephen king before this. I remember bus rides talking about it and then i remember one day you showed me your copy of it and there was a character who killed himself and you're like and he wrote this on the wall and there was a drawing join in the book. I'd never seen a book that had a drawing in it where the text goes. It looks like a letter age and i'm like i don't get it was an age. You're like no. It's it's the word it in blood and i'm like oh. That's pretty cool fast forward six months. I moved to florida. I didn't know a damn soul. Twelve hundred page book was exactly up my alley. I read it summer of eighty seven and that's the last time i read it until this year when i reread it for these reviews and i am once again the king newbie or the never have been i have not read it but i do feel like this is the one yes sure there's the shining but when i think of the shining i don't i think of king i think of kubrick the same with carrie i think of those movies but it because until two thousand seventeen eighty didn't get good adaptation. We'll talk about the nineteen ninety-one anyone but i do feel like this is the steven king book. I mean it's the scary clown which sure there's john wayne casey but this is such a trope. I feel like in horror now. I'm i'm sure this is a weird originated but i think he did popularize that whole concept. It's funny. You say that i was going to ask you. What's the first thing that comes to your mind. When when you think of it i wanna just put out there. One of my favorite things about stephen king and his first decade of output was to look at the cover because there were so many of them and i never knew what they were about hadn't seen many of the movies so it was fun to try and decipher from that picture on the cover. What is this one going to be about it. First edition hardback did not have no clown on it. It had the alien hand right clawed hand. It looked like a gremlins movie. It looked like he was was reaching his clawed hand out of sewer grates and that's how i read it.

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"wayne casey" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"wayne casey" Discussed on KTOK

"The trail about a cowboy fell in love with a cow girl named Dale it was love at first sight that's what they said sweet something sure went to their heads they walked and talked and shot the breeze held hands and kissed under the trees then the cow girl whispered let's get some food so they rode on to a place that looked good found a Roy Rogers restaurant just around the band cowboys said wasn't Royce some kind of legend cow girl said works for me how about you how boys smiled I like it too folks of Roy said they're happy dues y'all sit right down here Buckaroos before too long they were feeling at home cowboys said a lot better than where the buffalo roam three piece combo is a tasty surprised new chicken tenders soft drinks and fries each big tender was specially chosen the chicken was hand breaded fresh never frozen when they had their fill they said their goodbyes cowboys said we'll be back there's lots more to try folks at Royce said see you soon you too meanwhile happy trails to you door dash is now available at dissipating restaurant his denture with super poligrip now he can enjoy the snacks as much as the game it's that time of year when the family meets a family photo it's a good thing Jack cleans his denture with politics so we can enjoy the whole day with confidence take a trip back this week's rock almanac what's going on rock and roll lovers and sandy west and I'm here to take you on a trip back in time to this week in rock and roll history to start in nineteen seventy four George McRae was at number one on the U. K. singles chart with rock your baby written and produced by Harry Wayne Casey and Richard Fincher KC and the sunshine band it is regarded by some.

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"wayne casey" Discussed on High Noon

High Noon

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"wayne casey" Discussed on High Noon

"I will say my enthusiasm for his candidacy or perhaps, my sympathy for his loss was Dan, Vind, a little bit by something that the rockets decided tweet full got mad at the rockets for this, this the penny. This regrets to the new MVP, but we respectfully disagree, this came like moments after the hardware, we just show by the way, guys. And the rockets aren't that great at reading rooms right now, James harden. And by the way. Speaking of rooms was not there and I don't know if this was like a Brando snubbing the Oscar is like flex Steeler. If you knew there was going to be a landslide defeat for him. But can we show the people wear James harden was because I did love his excused because he was a giant. You was in Asia. He's in the Philippines this morning Meena. And if there's any show with you, as a fill in that can be supportive of James Harden's priorities. I feel like it's us that's not me and Pablo in that picture for anyone wondering. No. But it does feel like Photoshop that, and yeah, those are great braids strong strong moved there for me. The thing that I was disappointed 'cause I agree with you. On the harden Jaanus thing being closer, but Jaanus being. Yeah closer doing with that. I was trying to bars bars. Okay. This is hard. I want them closer. But the messiah thing. Yeah. Using John horse was so strange. Because that was this messiah was fourth in the voting and John wars. Again. Great regular season job. He did. But what did you make of that, because that was just this is this is the thing that executives vote off and it did feel like a was it shade? What was it? Yes. Right. I mean you can put it on the timing right. You could argue, well, no one knew that the collide trae was going to result in championship during the regular season. But it was apparent or in the regular season. They're all the moves Masai had made we're paying off. I mean, we saw what Seok did during the regular season homegrown talent? We saw those other trades paying off, you ain't got console as well. I will say nobody really remembers executives the like I actually stopped the flaming hot take them about to get. I forgot the side wanted twice. I'm not gonna lie in one people will forever. Remember the trade statues will be built of messiah, especially if collide tra- stays in Toronto though. The trade is like the biggest resume line on GM's resume, maybe ever, the fact that he went all in on that, and gambled it paid. In the regular season that was evident because sole thing they became the best three point shooting team in the league after they got him. And they replaced, Wayne Casey, the coach of the year with Nick nurse who was totally unproven, and that all paid off, so aside, he got a championship, but he should have gotten some more respect from his peers. But up next is Kevin Durant, because Mark Stein reports that the nets could add free agent Andre Jordan alongside Tyree Irving and order to strategically. Woo. Durant who was pals with both of those gods. Meanwhile, Andrea, Iggy Dala. He has some breaking news on the Knicks chances to get. K D. Want to tell us where they're going to re-sign? I think they're both be back with the goals. They warriors we all keep realized brother's keeper, contact booboo y'all any of that. If both did decide to leave they were still being my brother. I still keep in contact with them as much as possible. And I just wish the best for both those guys, they come back for strength, crushing the Knicks fan. Somebody's going to Nick. Sorry. Nobody. Guys. Given all of that is anyone coming to this city is anyone coming to New York or Brooklyn. What is happening me? I am not sure it feels a little bit like given all the cap space both of these teams have cleared the Nixon the nets spent a ton of money on average birthday parties, and now they're worried that no one is going to show up, which is definitely a random analogy..

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"wayne casey" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

Sports 600 ESPN

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"wayne casey" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

"Championship earlier on ESPN radio. Josh Eveline from hoop magazine. Honestly is not the most mind blowy potential upset. We've seen in the last twenty years. I it's not far off. I mean this is a warriors team to rant. Swept the blazers and made it look awful easy to be in a position. They are now it's, it's pretty surreal. I think it is. And what's also surreal is how they taken on being Toronto. Raptors taking demeanor of Kowa lynyrd. I think much has been made of how they are very even keeled despite the results of game by game where exactly how do you see that playing out on the court for these raptors? Yeah, it's really true. And it's starting to get picked up and talked about more rightfully so. But after quite shot against Philadelphia. You know, in the post game Kyle Lowry said, well, you guys know but we know that quite Leonard isn't even keeled guy. He never gets too high. He never gets too low and the team is really adopted that, and I think, you know, if you follow Toronto, Raptors basketball, and you watch Kyle Lowry Tamargo rose in, you know, Wayne Casey massage Jerry and the culture that this team had the last few years. This year. It's very different. And even in these games run to run against the warriors just getting show, but never never fall into far behind never falling out of a game. You know, continuing to work the ball around and find a good shot when things aren't going. Well, it's, it's a new culture for this grafters team quite Leonard, and Danny green came, and really changed the way that these guys you don't handle their, their emotions in the games after games. And it's been reflected in their play when it comes to the actual match in the front court. I think there's something that, that's Rondos have a super heavily. They have they have been vantage there in the front court. And we saw that the disparity in depth at center position really was one of the defining factors in that win in game four what exactly do they need to continue doing in order to keep exploiting, that, shrink that weakness of the warriors? Yeah. I just don't know without Durant. You know, this is the warriors team where they've got the best minutes when they've gone small and, and the they can't go small, Kevin Durant on the way they want to, they don't have any creator. So Mark assaults or Baca Pasco Ceac them are superior players kevon looney. The banged up not right DeMarcus cousins. Andrew bogut Jordan, Bella. They've got the more talented players in the front court, but didn't add into into the fact that the warriors, not unlike last year maintain this many big on the bench who aren't giving them great minutes when their team that wanna play. No, other creed, or almost the problem is not even that they're out mass, but they have if they want to change it up, just don't have options on the perimeter. Go small, they have no other creators, been Korean to rent. I mean all respect to Quinn cook. They just I think this is the one flaw in the warriors roster built in the last couple of years as Kevin Durant coach Steve Kerr said he beginning in some light. Network against younger players, the staff gauge things from there. He could go. He's questionable for game five game five ESPN radio. Eight o'clock eastern on ESPN radio. The NBA on ESPN radio straight ahead. Back back homers twice center all night. It's ESPN radio..

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"wayne casey" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"wayne casey" Discussed on WJR 760

"Well as second avenue, both directions that I ninety four J Johnson, WJR, traffic and weather first. From that JR weather center of this week and expect a partly to mostly cloudy sky, the Saturday afternoon, high sixty four overnight cloudy, the low forty three this afternoon, showers and thunderstorms on Sunday with a high near sixty five from the Weather Channel, I'm meteorologist Jeff marr. I news talk seven sixty WJR right now. Forty five degrees. I'm Elizabeth Crenshaw w JR new and checking on sports lots of stuff going on at this point in the season. First weekend of April the pistons are trying to battle their way into the plan for the first time in years. They brought in Wayne Casey to try and do that brought him over from Toronto to try to inspire the pistons to get back into the playoffs. And they were looking pretty good because for the first three games their star player. Blake griffin. Was back had that left. Knee injury was wearing some sort of knee brace last night when they were playing okay see against the thunder, and they were a head by four. For there were winning by a point at halftime, sixty six to sixty five, but you know, the main difference in that first half was that Blake Griffin. He scored seventeen points in nine minutes in the first quarter and Detroit was up at one point by seven scored fourteen more. And by halftime, he had scored thirty one that ties pistons record he got thirteen more in the third quarter. He was up to forty four points and the pistons were leading by a point ninety seven to ninety six well, he just never any more energy and Oklahoma took over there fighting for a playoff spot to and they outscored Detroit twenty seven to thirteen in the fourth quarter beat them one twenty three to one ten and so when Casey. You're looking at what the three games remaining you almost have to win each. And every one of them regain we have is our hands right in our hands. And nobody else put us and and.

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"wayne casey" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

08:43 min | 2 years ago

"wayne casey" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Can be navigated through light. And especially with the fast radio bursts. And all the other things we've learned, you know, about what techno signature might be spooky actions at a distance quantum entanglement all can connect with neurons in your brain, manipulating electrical, circuits transferring information between not only what many people referred to as paranormal what many people have interpreted to be extraterrestrial. Scientists early now opening the door to the limitless possibilities of quantum communication quantum. Can we communication using photons photons or particles of visible light? And if you look at. Know one centimeter sunlight, I if that's the calculation there white one hundred millions of photons photons could be entangled once the data can be transmitted instantaneously regarding their distance apart. This would be according to William Lawrence, my guest tonight. This is what allows for communication, and we linked with other realms including paranormal in ET realms. So we have our own circuits in the human body that send and receive information we use to transmit that data electricity is a form of visible light. And the slightest transplant amongst all neurons inside the body with the majority of the neurons in the brain. Someone was telling me about how they they were sending me pictures of the the moment the sperm reaches the ovum. There's a huge burst of light. And I'm thinking, well that all makes sense doesn't it that everything is about light sending a message on a laser to to other people. That's what they're doing transmitting and fiber optics for crying out loud. That's how light travels in. How messages can be sent on light. So William maybe on the right track your warrants with us tonight on ground zero from bent light. So we have this complicated. You know? No complicated. I guess expedite not really complicated. It's kind of a an outrageous explanation as to how you get these images. Now, you get this information, and you'd say you get it from bent light. Or you get it from the light coming from the sun. Now since we have the moon that reflects the light from the sun. Do you get any images from moonlight? I did run the experiment with moonlight. Because I already captured information with the sunlight, so I ran the experiment with moonlight. And what I found is that I use metal to to send the light to. But with the moon once the light hits the moon and reflects back to earth, you don't need the metal. So you can actually try this experiment yourself by taking your cell phone was shoots around seven twenty p and you hold the lens right up to a bottle of water with about an inch of water, and you wanna hold the bottle like a forty five degree angle. And you direct the light from the moon into the lens. And you put the lens right on the bottle where the water is. So the water is going to be processing the light frequencies waters your prison. Right. Correct. And what you want to do with this you want to shoot video because I ran the video experience. Of the light from the sun bouncing off the moon and not only did I capture images which were peering in live in video. But I also captured sound and the very beginning while shooting the video I captured what sounded like two lions walking around me growling and it sounded like two separate lions growling. And the only thing I can make up out of that is it could have been possibly a very low frequency sounds. So it was two entities communicating but it was such a low frequency that. It was sounding like a growl. And so these images were producing frequency, and you said, you shoot it through the reason why the reason why I'm trying to contemplate this possibly something to try when we were in broadcasting in highschool see I took broadcasting highschool. I also went to broadcasting school. I at two different types of training and broadcasting I started with television broadcasting in high school and ended up doing radio broadcasting later on in in my young adult years. So when we were in broadcasting school, we had we had a number of cameras and one of the things that we experimented with with something called camera feedback or video feedback. Have you ever heard of it? So what you do is you take a you take a camera attached to a video a video screen or a video monitor? And since the the camera is picking up the the images from what you're you know, what you focused. Cameron picks up those images. If you turn the camera on the monitor what you're doing to get something called video feedback. And in the video feedback. It was really creepy because in the video feedback turning the camera on itself to the small at the time the small lines on the screen because back then we didn't have digital TV. I don't know if it can be done with digital having Digital's probably to find for this. But analogue we're using analog TV at the time. And we were focusing our cameras on the TV. You could focus it on one of two things one. We could turn the camera on itself or we can turn the camera on what is the the snow the snow frequency or whatever that is back when we had snow on television. It's kind of the static that you saw and like poltergeist movie. But once we did that we could see images. Dimensional images, and it was terrifying. Because we could see beings coming through. We could see shapes of heads and bodies and shoulders. We could see hands reaching out. And it was all when we focused the camera doing feedback focusing camera the camera right there. On the video screen. And so we use the video screen as a prism the light shining into the camera lens, then beaming it back into replicating several times thousands of times over and it gave us images we saw these images coming through. And it was almost like we were looking into a different dimension. Now, what you're describing I haven't did any research into Butch. I will do research into, but what could be happening there is that quantum entanglement somewhere between the light. Frequency between one camera lens in the other in between the space, you could be picking up on some type of entanglement in between. Well, we do know that I don't know I get research suspect. But I remember hearing somewhere that back when we used to have static on the TV what were you what you're looking at is. You're looking at the remnants of the big bang. We I have to find out exactly what you're looking at. But I once learned that when we used to have the static on the television all those particles. You're seeing are pretty much a visual representation of what was left over from the big bang. I just found that fascinating. I just thought it was the most fascinating thing ever. 'cause I'm begging you look at that you stare at it for the longest time because I can't remember. We had one time we had a we had a paranormal Halloween party. Okay. And the lawyers who defended John Wayne gay see sent us the suits the gay see war before he was executed. And we use those suits. We we said that we wanted to use them in not necessarily a seance what we wanted to see if there was any bad energy coming off of them, whether or not we could get a ghost or spirit or something. Maybe John Wayne ghost or spirit coming off of them because we used to around Halloween y seek out, you know, the ghosts of serial killers. It was really kind of a weird thing that we're doing until I got attacked by the zodiac side to stop. But we did do one with John Wayne, Casey, suits. Well, when we were doing the experiment with John Wayne Casey, suits, we had a super bag network. Bucky ball. And it was it was hanging from the ceiling, and when this apparition appeared in the TV we had TV static analog static. There was an image of pogo the clown that appeared in the static. It was the most terrifying thing ever we saw we even have it on. So where we have a picture of it of gay see trying to come through his face trying to come through on the static. So this was this was shot with analog not.

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"wayne casey" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

10:22 min | 3 years ago

"wayne casey" Discussed on WGN Radio

"We're talking to Walter Jake. The news and media and his career in journalism. I had a question, and I'm not gonna read it exactly the way, the the listener wrote it but wanted to know how it was to work with Bill Kurtis. Oh, and it was he was he a little stuffy. I'm going to kind of soften what the what the texture said. Maybe he looked a little compared to me. He seemed a little stuffy, but Bill Kurtis was anything. But stuffy he is. So smart nicknamed sound like I'm just saying this because I worked with them for so long. But he's like a brother. I love him. We never really became close personal friends. We never we very rarely. Although every now and then go out to dinner together. But he is the most multi task person I've ever met in my life, and he's got a real strong feeling in a tremendous ability to articulate that feeling about so many things, you know, he's a rancher. And he's he's a lawyer public radio and he's a lawyer. Yeah. He does. He does an awful lot was does your caller used the word, stuffy, no, it was it was a little harsher than that. But I do think I do think has especially compared to you Walter. You're kind of like the Wild Thing kind of the proper guy with tyrod strand combination worked was Peck's bad boy, and he was the disciplinarian father. They'll thing is I was four years older than he was. AM still for years. Walter wanna talk about an interview that was one of your career highlights. I think you refer to it as one of your career highlights and involved a mutual acquaintance of ours. A serial killer. John Wayne gase? Can you remind the listeners what what happened with that inter unit and we have to flash back quite a long way. Because this was you know, he was arrested back in the late seventies for crimes that he committed then in in back into the seventies kind of set the stage, and what happened and how you got the interview. Well, I got you may know this. But I got the interview because John Wayne Casey of all things was a Chicago Cubs fan. Okay. Committed fan. Crazy cub fan, and he was committed. Right. And I was in nineteen fifty to the Chicago Cubs batboy. I use that. I don't know how much I wanna get into all of this. But I was having trouble. I was having trouble channel two news. And Canada news like in the conversation. We've been having was a little uncomfortable about my being so opinionated because channel to news with getting a lot of heat from the mayors of the mayor and business establishment that didn't like kind of the things that I was saying and wanted to stop the commentary the perspective on the year. In fact, they took it off the air for a while. And I said, I'm not very interested in being an anchor, man. I want to beat the commentator, and a how can I get the commentary back, and I was told you get John Wayne Casey in an interview, and you can have your commentary back. So I spent a year Karen trying to get John that, oh, no, I call them. And they would let me talk to him only periodically because the prison system didn't want to stir other prisoners on death row. They don't like, and they don't like any of that. Right. So he responded to my call one time. And I he said what do you want? Then I said, I wanna talk to you about whatever it is. You wanna talk to? I mean, getting Joan we anything you just the any any kind of interview big scoop and our businesses won and lost. By scoop scoops as you can tell what's going on now with all the reporting on Donald Trump. But I said I want. To talk to you about whatever you wanna talk about. Can I come down to the he was in? Where was he Menard was in Menard, which was way, south almost six or so hours along the Mississippi River there and he was on death row? Yes. Yes. So I he said, okay. And then I had to apply for permission from the jail system to get in there. And I was told no we can't have you do that. But I made the argument that how can you deprive this man of his right to speak, and that kind of swayed it for me, and I went down to Menard with a camera crew and spent an hour and a half with him in a little room with a one lightbulb above a desk. I was sitting I when we got in their early put the cameras up one behind me and one buying the charity was going to sit in and at some point the door open. And he's in he wandered with two guards with his hands and feet cuffed. And it's a it's a horrible place and. I people ask me because I represented John Casey many many years later in the last death row appeals. But you know, going down there was that. How does the reporter like you feel going to? I mean, you've talked to presidents. You've talked to astronaut you've talked to pope's you've interviewed people from all walks of life. And so now we have somebody who's to kill thirty three boys and buried them most of them under his house cargo area. I mean, this guy who's got to be up there with some one of the worst people in the world, right? How all the more reason to want to talk to right because you've interviewed Adolf Hitler. Because everyone says to me even to this day, you represented Casey, how could you care in the same breath? They say, but tell me what he was like, right? So that's different. I mean, you were representing him which made you object of a lot of criticism shows people people want to see him put to death shirt. And you know, you, and I have had this discussion in the past about how I've even asked you that if I remember, right? Yeah. How? Why would you represent some guy who you know, he had to tell you you were as lawyer you knew that he did it. And I everyone needs a lawyer everyone deserves a lawyer. And he if lot people said he got what he deserved he was executed on may tenth nineteen ninety four without one single reprieve. So, you know, and ironically, I wound up going to the execution. My name was pulled out of the hat out of all names. I always thought you rake that Walter no, I thought you were around Chicago long enough to rig that one I'm telling you. I mean, how many people were there and not many people? Well, there was I don't remember how many reporters by do. Remember the room or the execution was held? And I do remember I remember that the execution process didn't work, and they had to stop it. Again. But I was a big thing for you the interview that you tell you this. You know, I'm often asked in fact, I think you did here to what I did that I liked the best. And that depends on what I have described as the best in terms of ratings, which is very important to the management and to the career of a reporter ratings ratings ratings. There was no rating that I ever got anything that I was involved in that produced the ratings and that did. Wow. So that was a very successful other things were more important to me and more fun because I was we're interested in politics than crime, but they didn't get the kind of audience. So that made me a hero in the station. Bring in that kind of an audience. Everyone wants to look evil in the face. And and you know, they do they want to see the best of the people, and they wanna see the worst of people, and we know one really had a lot of access to gay see because he was jailed for for all those years. And and that's still I'm still shortly still play that interview over and over when he walked into that room that the room. I started to feel very shaky not that I was endangered. But I just my God. I am facing this horrendous horrendous person, and when he sat down, and he said as he said to me on the telephone what do you want? And I said, you know, I just want to know what you wanna tell me. And he said, well, of course, everybody wants to know that and I'm innocent. Dammit, new noted everybody knows that administered. And I said, well, no, I guess we don't know that. And I let that sit. And then a few minutes later. I said, I don't know how it came out this way. I said how did you do it? How did you kill those boys? Yeah. I didn't use those that language. I just said how did you do it? And he asked me if I had a pencil in my pocket, and I took it out. And I said, yes, sure here, and he said, and he took a piece of string out of his pocket, and he wrapped the string around the pencil and said, this is how and then he realized he was saying used in a sense admitting that he had done it. Right. And that that really turned out to be the best part of the. Well, the lawyers must have gone crazy afterwards because here's the serial killer. Who says he didn't do it showing the world how he killed these these poor young men. So I'm gonna ask you one last question because we're going to we're going to go. Move on. But do you miss the spotlight every day that you had an induced when you go out, what do what do people say to you? What's common phrase because you're still obviously, recognisable everywhere you go. I'm surprised at to what degree that's true. But when I'm on the subway or on a bus and just on the street and somebody recognizes and stuff. My response is always how I've been on television in ten years on more. How can you possibly remember me? They and many of them would say the voice, and I was very sure that my voice was so unattractive compared to especially to Bill Curtis's stentorian tone. But they all they all say the same thing. And you know, you don't know others is, but we miss you. And I say, I miss being and nice talking to you and miss happiness for both of us. How are you feeling? You look great. You're eighty one years old. You're you look great. And you've got you guys got up and exercise every day. Do I try six days a week? There's a running machine in the basement of our -partment building. Well, you just keep doing it. Walter 'cause you're gonna come back on my show. We're gonna talk about some more new stuff. Anytime you want the great Walter Jacobson. Thank you so much for joining us. I know you walked all the way here in the snowstorm. Uphill. Thank you. Walter jacobson. You're listening to the Karen Conte show and w g n..

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"wayne casey" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

The Stephen A. Smith Show

03:24 min | 3 years ago

"wayne casey" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

"Download the app and enter promo code champs at checkout to get ten percent off your first order it an eight say ESPN, it's in an eight seven nine three seven a couple of items. I wanted to get into. I don't know. If y'all saw Jerry Jones talking about. Jason Garrett, but he was interviewed. I think it was one of point three Dallas and Jerry Jones was quoted as. Saying that Jason Garrett. Would have five jobs or five teams chasing him. So he said he said if coach Jason Garrett hit the open market he'd get five job offers. JC garin. Jason Garrett who's won two playoff games. Lord knows how many years. Jason garrett. I'm gonna make sure that I'm right on point with this right here is the wanna make sure about this because I know that Jason Garrett took over and when he took over the year he took over was two thousand and ten Wade Phillips was the coach initially Jason Gary came in. And help the Dallas Cowboys finished six and ten. Laser gentlemen thereafter for three consecutive years. Three. Jason Garrett went eight eight eight eight eight eight in back to back to back years in each season. He lost the last game of the regular season with a division crown on the line. And he didn't lose it to the same team. He lost it to different teams. This wasn't something to Wayne Casey situation where you're coaching your butt off. But you keep running into LeBron James. No Jason Garrett Lawson Philly Philadelphia Eagles one year, then the next year and not no, no. I don't get me wrong. I don't have the order in front of me. But one year it was Philadelphia. Another minute was watched in Redskins. Another year was the New York Giants back to back to back years three consecutive years. He lost. To the division full would division crown the line in the last game of the regular season with the division crown online. And he kept his job. He comes back in two thousand fourteen Dallas Cowboys, go twelve and four. Okay. They the referees. Make some bogus call against the lions. They beat the lions. And then the catch. There wasn't a catch by Dez Bryant and all of this other stuff against Green Bay. They lose they go. They lose in this season ends twelve four that was Jason GARRETT'S first victory in the postseason as a head coach his fifth year. Basically three and a half years, actually. All right, then the follow the two thousand fifteen he goes four and twelve. And then the two thousand sixteen he comes back. They go thirteen and three would that Prescott in as the quarterback. But when they go thirteen and three with Dak Prescott in as a quarterback. They lose to the Green Bay Packers with that terrific pass from Amerada down to the left side line. The following season. They go nine and.

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"wayne casey" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

03:06 min | 3 years ago

"wayne casey" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"Captain sully sullen burger on this day in two thousand nine the miracle on the Hudson happened to that man that was. Ten years ago time going stop this. Good lord. It's flying time is not even bodyman is this going. Man. Nineteen sixty one. A Motown records signed a. Group of females that. Became popular. Who would that does Supremes? Of course. And I know this. I didn't know the date. But I knew this happened nineteen eighty two Harry, Wayne Casey or a I should say the leader of Casey in the sunshine man gets in a bad car accident paralyzed partially paralyzed. But he did fully come out of it. But that happens today in nineteen eighty two love casings, God, I love them so much. I didn't start really listen to the music till I was in my teens an awesome. I love that. Our local birthdays get these going. Lenora brown. Happy birthday Lenora. Devin Friedman, happy birthday, Devon. Julie low-power ski happy birthday to you. Julie. Carol mckee. Happy birthday. Peggy Maher happy birthday Peggy. Vicki nods. Eac happy birthday to you. Vicky Sandra Paolucci, happy birthday, Cindy Rosman. Happy birthday to you. Cindy, Mary Beth Sopko. Happy birthday. Mary Beth Adam town. Happy birthday, Adam and Olivia happy birthday to Olivia. And we'll have a couple more that Thomas and the rest of the gang will read the day. And then they'll choose our lucky winner, and they will get all those prizes as I mentioned before. And once again, go to W, I N T radio dot com. For that. We will be joined a little bit by Bill Lyle from atlas cinemas pretty slow week. I this past weekend. I did want to because I mentioned it yesterday. Because we mentioned, pardon words, and I'm mixing the passage coming on FOX last night. Yes. So I caught some of the passage in between me channel surfing. Exact Moore's got a future as an action star. Really think he does he outperformed himself in this. Is that more? That's all I see him as I. Anything else like a vampire, whatever he wasn't that. I don't know. He's he's protecting a little girl from the so-called, but they don't call them vampires. And he looks diff I had to look twice. He's got a beard doesn't he the beard and the face just fascinates?.

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