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"younes stitcher" Discussed on VelociPodcast

VelociPodcast

02:50 min | 3 weeks ago

"younes stitcher" Discussed on VelociPodcast

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"younes stitcher" Discussed on VelociPodcast

VelociPodcast

05:16 min | 7 months ago

"younes stitcher" Discussed on VelociPodcast

"Need to go off into the night and get a secondary source of semen into his body. Now there's a very obvious way he could do that through. The oral faculties is the way. I'm going to phrase it so once he has that semen in his body just like he could get the erection. He could force the semen into the right areas. Because this is what we're essentially establishing knows that they do not have natural functions like we do as humans as dead. They have to make things happen on their own which means they have to have the materials to be able to put into place then. Use the materials much like a whisky so i did a whiskey youtube video. If you haven't seen that I'm weirdly proud of it. Because i was drunk when i did it so i enjoyed it a lot but if you have a followed youtube channel. There's really no reason because it's mostly just these podcasts. In video format but last week i did post one where it's an actual meat sitting in front of the camera and i do a whisker of you so please watch that one of the things i say. Is that if you spend the first twelve years of your life in a whiskey barrel. There is a certain trans mortification of traits. You take on some of the okay taste so they talk about. The whiskey takes the oak flavor. And i'm saying if i lived that long in a barrel. I would have oak flavor as well and so this. Is it what you would need to do the vampire. We're back to the vampire. We need to go suck off a dude. Get the semen into his body. And then keep it in his body for a while like a whiskey barrel and it would transmogrify into his semen or it would have his traits and then he would have to feed that night so he get it up and have sex with his partner. And then he could ejaculate and produce a baby. So i think what. I'm focused on. So laura has given us the information that it can be done. What i'm focused on is more of the mechanics. The actual mechanics of making things happen so the blood thing one hundred sent on board with the just having babies. They're missing a step. Because i think what we've established as they got to get the stuff before they can use it so he would need to go out and get the stuff. Keep it in his body. Because again you want his traits to be imbued in that semen then him from there you can produce a child. The vlad syndrome them being over one hundred years old doesn't make sense but i haven't read the book and again. I'm just happy to take laura's word on it because clearly knows more about this than i did. It does bring up an interesting question. Vampires since they don't die. Do they age better. So i've seen a lot of vampire movies where they drink blood and they look younger. They get healthier after the drunks blood. Kind of okay with that. So that means age is meaningless but this ten percent in in the numbers sorta increases. If they're over. One hundred years old. If i understood that park rattler means that they're traits actually change over time they become maybe more vampiric which does make sense because the longer they're a vampire. The more vampire esque they would become but that would mean it could lead to an end point where they're no longer any human traits in there just vampire that would be so. We tend to connect them to bats and stuff but maybe they just become this other entity like space vampire. I forget what the name of the movie is called life force and they find a spaceship in on the spaceship are essentially space vampires. But of course they look human because they need to use human actors. It is interesting though that the lady vampire spent that whole film naked were into that naked vampire ladies from space. That's a movie. You should check out but if you have anything you would like to revisit or give me some more information so that i can ponder it further. Please leave a message of voice link dot fm slash veloce. Podcast and i will really appreciate it especially in these next few weeks. Because i'm going to be going back to work next week. It's going to be super hectic and my brain is not going to be on anything fun or interesting unless they can get it from someone else out there. So thank you laura for the information. I think we've cracked the code. That for a vampire. We can just say to do anything. Physical needs to take the materials from a secondary source that they can use it themselves. So be it blood or semen now. I'm trying to think of what other fluids you could use in different ways We get into some areas. That maybe i don't wanna talk about because i just don't know about them. Well enough. thank you for the information. She basically save the podcast this week. And you know stay safe not just from covid nineteen but from the vampires kaz for all. i know. they're the ones spreading it. Not five g. The loss of black. 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"younes stitcher" Discussed on VelociPodcast

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01:35 min | 1 year ago

"younes stitcher" Discussed on VelociPodcast

"And I was trying to teach them some words and I wasn't sure of the words were actually French so that level of Comfort with something I woke up with it made me realize that yeah there's probably something going on in my life but I don't know what that is because I don't process emotions very well so someone wants to do a little bit dream interpretation what does it mean when you're in a classroom teaching something you don't know to other people because the only benefit here would be that the Japanese kids wouldn't know that they weren't learning proper French I could just make up stuff and tell them was French they would find out eventually when they had to go what do French with someone else but I could survive for maybe up to a year before being caught knowing the dream I didn't have that thought it was imposter Sin era I shouldn't be here I don't belong here I'm the wrong person for this job but if anyone has some insight into what that dream might mean other than you were asleep in your brain is just being weird I would love to hear it sent a message Avalos Peter on twitter or Veloce podcast at g mail dot com around. Zac podcast at g mail dot com you can find the podcast on night Younes stitcher a cast or go to velizy Peter dot com slash podcast.

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"younes stitcher" Discussed on VelociPodcast

VelociPodcast

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"younes stitcher" Discussed on VelociPodcast

"To play his Hurley now Hurley's interesting sport because it looks like field hockey they have sticks Naveh Ball but you're basically allowed to club people in the head and it's the only sport that I have learned of that has had to decapitations during the game one they played through so they had a guy have his head cut off? I don't know if it was clean off but he had his head cut off and then decided he would want us to finish the game so they kept playing so I have a certain amount of respect for that since we're talking about Hurley Hitler was trying to decide what countries in Europe he was going to invade. I and he thought he had the idea maybe we can coop the Irish because they're not big fans of the British and they might actually be willing to help us out so you went to Ireland on like a diplomatic mission and they said let's take him to a Hurley game because that's culturally appropriate and they showed them Hurley and he said if this is how these people play a game we do not WanNa fight them and this is coming. I'm from Hitler so you know that game is rough. You know it's hard core and you know you want nothing to do with it. So I'm at a bit of a loss because I think maybe the real problem. Here is the definition of cultural appropriation nation and what it actually means needs to be more clearly defined because right now at shades of gray are people who are saying cultural appropriation is bad. Did they believe you should only eat food from your own culture dress from your own culture only enjoy things from your own culture and that case you've actually become xenophobic or are there allowances to other things like if the game you play has rules and that game comes from another country. Is it okay in those cases to follow those rules in my case wearing the appropriate clothing because I think maybe the real problem here is cultural. Appropriation is manufactured anger on the Internet the same way spoiler culture is which as we all know is absolute garbage. That's it's for you one of the loss of the loss of podcast the loss of podcast. Hey sexy friend he's making me bitch. Thank you for listening. If you have questions or comments you can tweet at velocity Peter or Email Volusia podcast g mail dot com you can find the podcast on night Younes stitcher a cost or go to velizy Peter dot com slash..

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"younes stitcher" Discussed on VelociPodcast

VelociPodcast

05:10 min | 2 years ago

"younes stitcher" Discussed on VelociPodcast

"Get the right answer on the internet is not to post a question, but to post a wrong answer, people will flood in and actually start giving corrections. And that's the fastest way to get the right answer to a question on the internet. And we've all seen this people love pointing out other people's mistakes on the internet. They love grammar checking. They love finding tiny flaws in the hopes that they can then demonstrate to everyone. They're smarter than the person who originally posted the question because they have the right answer. A phone of a steak, I've actually talked I know about people who point out mistakes in the past. Because in my position in my company, I talk about things and people love sitting in the audience waiting. So I'll talk for about two hours. Let's say and then someone will find one mistake and they seem to think that, that them finding a single error in thirty seconds of two. Our talk is the same as being smarter than the person making the two hour, talk or that they've found some flaw in the system. Then devalue whatever you're talking about a lot of times the motivation doesn't seem to be malicious. It seems to be just if I can find a single error in the two hours of someone speaking, I therefore I'm smarter than the person. Speaking, despite the fact that most of the people who point out, those heirs would not be able to make the two hour speech in the first place. Another internet one is Goodwin's law, or Godwin's law is the principle that the longer an online discussion goes on the more likely will become that someone will make a comparison to Hitler or the Nazis, which is pretty true. Because we've gotten that we've got to do. Point where that is just a default. It's not even like a dramatic turn of events. Now, it's just if you need to acquaint something to something bad, the first instinct, because we've all heard it now so many times people's first instinct is to make that initial immediate comparison to the Nazis. The last two are ones. I really enjoy. Because I actually think they're very, very true. Sturgeons law is the idea that ninety percent of everything is shit. So people think movies for the past better. So let's say, oh, yeah. In the eighties, they made better movies or in the seventies, they may better movies. But the fact is we only remember the ten percent of the movies that were good from those past eras as opposed to the ninety percent of garbage that was forgotten so movies were not better in the sixty seventies eighties nineties, because the only ones that have lasted are the ten percent that we're good. So right now, you see ten movies nine of those movies are terrible in one's, really good that one movie. It is good will hold out and be remembered twenty thirty years from now. But everyone's gonna forget the nine other movies. Like the Meg now this is true of all media. So this is going to be true of books and movies and songs and music. And, and now that we have the internet, it's going to be true, the internet, the bits of the internet that last are going to be the ten percent of the internet. That was good. But if you think about the sheer volume of the internet, that just shows how much is going to be forgotten overall. Now the last one I saved it for the last one because it is one of my favorites and it's actually slightly changed my thinking to, to, to a more positive outlook on life Henley's razor is never attribute to malice, which can adequately be explained by stupidity. Now, I used to think people said a lot of things to be mean I used to think people said, a lot of things to hurt other people on purpose. And then I realized after I had heard this that most of those people, they're not actually trying to hurt anyone. And again, most of the time they're trying to be smart. Art. What they're actually doing is just being stupid. They're not realizing what they're saying. Hurts people they're not realizing what they're saying stupid. They're not realizing what they're saying is a negative impact on the people around them in some way. And that has saved me now from probably getting in trouble because I now say less things to people about how awful they are or actually getting into fights, I get into fewer arguments with other people because, now when people say things that I think are malicious. I take him up. We go now that person's probably just really dumb. So if you are in my presence and I stopped talking or I stopped responding because you've said something that maybe is argumentative. I'm probably actually standing there thinking. Yeah. That person's not very smart. So there some principals some affect some laws, see if they apply to your life, it came from a little side project. I made that failed but I didn't want to throw that material way. So I am making sure it's out there. So the next time you hear someone say something you consider really awful, don't get angry at them. Feel a little bit of pity because let's face it, they're not malicious. The just stupid. The loss of black the loss of the loss of Veloce podcast. The loss of podcasts. Hey, sexy friend. He's making his bitch. Thank you for listening. If you have questions or comments, you can tweet at velocity Peter or Email Veloce podcast, g mail dot com. You can find the podcast on night, Younes Stitcher at cost, or go to Velizy, pita dot com slash podcast..

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"younes stitcher" Discussed on We Need To Talk About Ghosts

We Need To Talk About Ghosts

04:24 min | 2 years ago

"younes stitcher" Discussed on We Need To Talk About Ghosts

"Sending in your horror stories, and you go stories and your true life encounters to talk about Cosa, hotmail dot com. Probably not gonna read any out this episode because I got an issue with my printer got an issue in my printer, and it's not working, and I'm not reading from phone because that would be stupid for all concerned. Also, we have launched the patron now her as so if you want to give something to keep this polygraph gown joke. I sincerely suppose, I suppose I sincerely suppose all of your support for supporting me, but there are few levels that you can just go and subscribe at the low level, if you want all the high level if you stupid, but do all of your donations means that can buy better equipment that means we can do more of site stuff, and it means anymore shows than wherever you want to weeks now. And that's got other stuff to do to pay bills. I'll prefer to do I do show every day. If this was my job, God knows where the contents of it would probably be put away, and I mean locked away in an asylum after about a week by just going ghost again. Ghosts of Monty minutes ago bull. Yeah, I'd love to at least once a week. So all help would be appreciative appreciative. Appreciate it. And that's patriot Ford slash we need to talk about ghost. Okay. So that's enough. Waffle and trying to get money off years. Let's look at the mid Seila property of this episode. So and going to say I mean, you'll see whatever it's called when it's eight Younes Stitcher or you'll see what it's called then. But I'm going to call. Let's look at the mid sea folk glory witchy goes distort of history of England ways. Not the Nyland Linden. Scotland bound. So here we go at before starts, right? Like young kids. I don't have any children God for bed, but I do have nephew. And he's like thirty. He's got an Instagram account, garnish Tacoma, arbuckle, an instrument Instagram account, and whenever put up all of us made the comment with weird things. It's like it's so he'll photo pa- them like with football. And then as goat. Yes. G is an angel. Gary how? So happens to be. Yes. G in gangsta. Yes. Gangsta thirteen. So you put the pitcher photo up and they'll put. Yes, G. And then he'll replace that. Yes. Jeff if the kids named Jeff and then the all of it. It's like, yes, j yes, bro. Yes, G. Yes. John. Yes. J, and it's just like what he's doing. Anyway, that's that runs over. So if your child does not give them a clip round, the euro will. Yeah. What's going on? Anyway, let's begin with a story. We're gonna find out about the witches of Chelmsford first off now going to read this verbatim from the book. And then Adnan, my thoughts as we go along, which I think we all enjoy. So the first notable this is the witches of Chelmsford, by the way, the first notable English trial for witchcraft was conducted at Chelmsford assizes in Essex in fifteen sixty six if followed the witchcraft slow pass by Elizabeth the first parliament in fifteen sixty three which tighten the penalties for invoking evil spirits three women from the village. Of course, they will women, of course. Of heart of Hatfield poodle would accused of mala theorem of malefic and use of the common familiar the Pru. Seedings were recording contemporary pamphlets old Chuck. So there we go. That's what we know thus for three poor women were accused of witchcraft, and they made newsletter about it and probably sold it for down tip. Mark. Elizabeth Francis was formally charged with bewitching baby bewitching a baby William ago and making him lame. Right. So what happened there then is poor some Saad as how to disabled child and as opposed to just say, oh, dear. That's just all look or fate or whichever else they found a woman in the village and said that she made him this way God to be alive, and, you know, make a fortune and she was found guilty. Of course, yours because it was her fault. She did know lame spell and sentenced two years imprisonment while jury trial, she confessed freely to a host of other activities, including sexual relationships before marriage, God forbid, abortion, God forbid and murder. Fep lie on the matter. She explained that..

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