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"bundy ville" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

The Lawfare Podcast

15:15 min | 1 year ago

"bundy ville" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

"Cliven grazing his caroline publicly and for a long time but he had paid his bills at twenty a years so basically two thousand fourteen the government says all right we're gonNA come take the cows payment Repossession well cliven takes to the we need your help sort of miraculous event where people show up from all over the country I mean I'm talking New Hampshire errors Zona Nevada Oregon I mean there are People Montana that come there to protect this rancher in what they see as a show of tyrannical forced the government so what ended up happening is that the bureau and management agents there the into the cows found themselves surrounded on all sides by people that were heavily armed I'm Jacob Schultz and this is the law fair podcast October Twelfth Two Thousand Nineteen at his rally in Minneapolis earlier this week president trump received voluntary security from an unexpected source the oath keepers a far right militia associated with the white supremacy movement nor is this the first time that the trump administration has crossed paths with such groups which become more active in recent years to learn more about these groups l'affaire senior editor Scott are Anderson recently sat down with journalists Leah's Tilly who's the host of the podcast Bundy Ville which does a deep dive on America's far right militia movement together they discuss these groups origins and ideologies and what they can teach us about homegrown radicalization in in modern day America it's the law fair podcast episode four sixty Leah's Sicily on Bundy Ville and American radicalism Cillian. Let's start our conversation where I think your intersection with this sort of issue instead of issues started and that's within man name in Kevin Harper. Let me play clip here for you from episode seven of season two Bundy bill breaking news from ally for the FBI confirms Stevens County man has been arrested in connection with a bomb placed in downtown spokane on Martin Luther King Junior Day it was a cold winter morning the day of the Martin Luther King Junior read the march was planned to go right through the center of the city a man named Kevin Harper a white supremacist from Stevens County Washington plan ended a backpack bomb on the parade route near Metro Bench in a brick wall across the street from my favorite bookstore city workers saw that backpack in called it in it was filled with wires and it smelled awful Kennedy and of course we now know that Kevin Harper left is bombed here at main in Washington he intended a US a black powder explosion to spray all those people in that parade with a rain of these lead fishing weights inside was a six inch long pipe bomb packed with fishing weights coated in rat poison and human feces this is going to take out windows it's potentially going to damage cars anybody who's a pedestrian in the immediate vicinity is probably going to be injured and maybe even killed in the days fishing weights would have torn through the marchers like giant shotgun blast harp amid gun as far as to quotas projectiles with rat poison in the hopes the shrapnel would cause uncontrolled bleeding in its victims so this is pretty horrible attempted attack took place just outside your front door real I think you mentioned later in the episode that please tip kind of cut off your your entrance an exit the building and obviously pretty dramatic introduction and intersection between the subject of American extremism and your own life tell us a little bit about what we know about Kevin Harper and the path that led him to this intersection with your life as a journalist in spokane at the time not working police issues sure yeah what's known about Kevin Hart Bone is a lot of what's been reported by predominantly by spokane media the spokesman Review you in particular but what they found was that Kevin Harper them with someone who had been interested in white supremacist ideologies and in in a lot of the things that fuel the white supremacist movement he was also a guy that not a lot of people knew he didn't have a lot of friends he lived in a rural area of a very rural county in northeastern Washington and He was well liked by the people who did know him so so a lot of what was known about Harper was kind of what we hear a lot about a lot of mass shooters and and things that you know oh he was such a nice guy or he was you know someone and I I knew who he was but I I don't know that I ever talked to him that sort of thing so when everything started to come out it started to look like this was Ah ah bombing that was motivated by the White Supremacist ideology that he believed and and in court that came out to these were he was motivated do bomb that parade because of what he believed about people of Color so that yeah that intersected in my own life and that I woke up one day and wasn't able to go out the front door of my apartment building and I worked weirdly I sorta existed on this one city block in uh-huh Spokane Washington where I lived across the street from the newspaper that I worked at I worked at the the inland or the alternative weekly there and I was a music order in arts reporter primarily I'd gone to school for Journalism it sort of had a passion for you know punk music and heavy metal and that's what I wrote about it at the time so so I watched as the other reporters in my newsroom worked on this story and and it was a big deal when I learned by sort of our own bridge was this was something that had been going on in that area for a really long time and I always knew about it but the sense that you get when you live in that area for a long time with it went away when the area nations went away I think harping bombing as evidence that it didn't go away and that it's still stills air so you now of several years after the two thousand eleven incident have produced this podcast that does this incredible deep dive into the sort of ecology of social institutions and movements in ideology that is motivating a lot of these sorts of incidents not ax we see recently and a big part of that story is one of radicalization of this socialization of individuals into the Geology that leads to a war certainly too many of us seem pretty extreme violent horrible behavior but there are also other types of radicalization other types of indoctrination take place and you spend a lot of time really both in both seasons of Bonneville but particularly with this new focus in the second season talking about one of the main figure I in this process of indoctrination and that is someone named La Voie Finnigan let me play another clip for you from episode three season two Bundy Ville were you talk a little bit about Lavoix and the role that he has come to play in the lot of these right wing movements I've seen Voi- finchem die and die and die I can log onto youtube right now and watch then spliced paused and dissected by people who never knew him seconds later he dropped the ground and as the top see shows from the corner he was shot three times want those people to have again and again watched his pickup crash. The driver's door fly open in Philly Com hops out as a yells to the police. You're going to have to shoot me then three Bullets Bang Bang thank dead kill back it up played again his words sound like a nervous mantra started again they come across like an unfinished sentence are they the start to a threat promise I always think I'll hear some new intonation some missed revelation but finicky I'm always dies the same three POPs doesn't jump or Yelp just crumble also body tencent alive one second have you sack of bone strapped to the ground for eternity the next puppet without a hand gravity stronger than spirit death on repeat took finicky is known for now later in this episode you'd describe finicky him as a martyr made at the speed of the Internet he goes from this background of pretty standard history somebody with a pretty maybe standard set of some successes a number of disappointments in an adult life and then goes to have this really exceptional ending to his life and then even more exceptional afterlife that plays into this broader system of again ideologies that are moving was behavior let's start with the man himself gives a little background about Lavoix Finna come and his life before he began himself down on this path that ended in his death in two thousand six damn sure so we're gonNA come Robert Voy Finnigan is his full name. He was a rancher from air northern Arizona and the first time you sort of comes onto the scene is during the twenty sixteen occupation of the Malaya National Wildlife Refuge when Ammon Bundy and his the Ryen Bundy led an armed occupation of federal property there in South Eastern Oregon Vinnicombe shows up and pretty quickly the Bundy's doing these press conferences every day where telling people what the heck is going on and why they're even there in the first place and Finicky is often they're speaking to reporters he's an interesting guy I mean immediately I I was interested in who he was and what his story was when he was at the refuge which is really when the story caught my interest because he was just so mild mannered and so so so easy to talk to reporters were having these great long interviews it's with him and kind of these philosophical conversations so Finnigan is actually one of the only ranchers that showed up to this you know quote unquote ranchers protested the refuge and he he first became involved with the Patriot movement apparently during the Bundy ranch standoff in twenty fourteen so so what I did with this season of Bonneville was I wanted to get like a definitive life story of WHO Finna come was has really everything I repent started in like twenty fourteen and and that was only the last two years of his life and so I wanted to know on the Navajo reservation and he always wanted to be a cowboy and he couldn't quite make that dream of being cowboy work he lived all over the West he was married several times he had a bunch of kids twelve total and then he became a foster parent when he arrived on the scene of the Patriot movement as I like to say in two thousand sixteen he was known around North Northern Arizona as this mild mannered decent rancher who raised a lot of foster kids so soon he was sort of an outlier I think for this movement in that he it wasn't in a militia and he hadn't been rallying against the government for a long time like Cliven Bundy ad he was just this sort of perfect person in the end for the movement and even in the season one when I sat down with Cliven Bundy and his son Ryan Bundy they talked about how lavoix really was the perfect spokesman for their movement because he was so likable by people on every part of the spectrum so like you say like you you played in that clip you know I real down into why the heck he got involved in this in the first place so you mentioned two things that I wanted flesh out here for our listeners I'm not familiar with them one of those is the Patriot movement itself and then you mentioned the Bundy's a thousand fourteen incident and Bunkerville that got involved in this Patriot movement gives us more back a little bit of short background on that and then Lee leading up to levels involvement what was he stepping into when he showed up in two thousand fourteen okay so I the Patriot movement has been around a really long time it's it's people who oftentimes are in militias there maybe against paying their taxes they have pretty strong wrong ideas about the government and there have been multiple in big instances in the Patriot movement history where they clashed very publicly with the government and often violent and bloody wave one of those in particular is nineteen ninety-two Ruby Ridge standoff in in northern Idaho where a man and his family were living really remote area of Idaho and he failed to show up to court in so US marshals came out to bring him to court and what ensued was this long standoff that resulted in many people dying both members of the Weaver family and in particular one was a child eld and also us marshals so that's a moment in time I think that really exemplifies a lot of what the Patriot movement believes that that another big kind of re Ridge esque events play out in Bunkerville Nevada that's down in the you know very southern part of me that it's about ninety miles away from Las Vegas a rural area but not the most rural area that you can go to in the West but it's weird cliven bundy his lived much of his life and he is a cattle rancher there and he's one of the last if not be less cattle rancher in Clark County Nevada and for the of twenty years he has not paid his bills to the federal government so when you ranch in the West or around the.

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"bundy ville" Discussed on Kotaku Splitscreen

Kotaku Splitscreen

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"bundy ville" Discussed on Kotaku Splitscreen

"She plays with people's is in new york. She's i incredible shoes incredible then and she played the fiddler in that production so you've got this kid out there playing just shredding it and it was really amazing and i fell in love the musical so good yeah. It's a killer musical. I so one quick thing. Is that one of the best parts. One of my favorite parts of the show are the documentary him entering is so obviously it speaks to me because it literally the life of my great grandparents is that they were in settles in poland and so it's literally like speaking my aunt it says she was really interesting as they talk about how it's performed all around the world and all these different countries and they talk about japanese version and how someone like turned to one of the producers and was like how do people watch us in the west. How do they understand it. It's such a japanese story. Which i thought was a really funny. It's one of those stories about like home and community and tradition and family family that just speaks to every every culture <hes> so yeah kirkwood about watching. I've just got one thing. It is a podcast actually called bundy ville that came out. I think a couple years ago and then a second season of it that was not planned but they made anyways just came out and <hes> it's by primarily by journalists named leeann attila who's really really good good. She's an o._p._b. Journals it's like a joint o._p._b. Long reads production and it's about it started the first season is about the bundy family which is like cliven bundy and you know about the bundy's just like are the cattle ranchers who got in the showdown with the government over grazing rights and then came up here to oregon and got in the whole thing like the bird sanctuary and that the one guy got killed hild and man. It's really really good. It's <hes> a little colty so it gets into some of that. You know scratches that cult. It's a little bit but it's also just very much about this specific genre of culture war like of the nah you know what sort of consuming everyone at all times that's happening in the american west fast and the patriot movement which is like all the militias and you know the people that we definitely see up here in portland who come into town and when you know there's like a nazi whatever march in in downtown portland and then the three percents of the oath keepers and these various like militia adjacent or actual militias come in and it just is a really fascinating and very well l. done look at that. It's you know she has her viewpoints but she does a really good job of talking to people she's just i'm really impressed with her her journalism and her ability to get these guys to talk she she sits down with cliven bundy in the first season and just gets into talk forever and it's such a it's such a reminder that good journalism is just letting people talk like i feel like i've never actually actually. I was never a very good reporter even when i was trying to do it because i like to talk like i'm better podcast. You're gonna have a reporter and i don't like silences. Fill them up like i'm probably probably i would be an easy mark if i had secrets because i would just like blah blah blah. 'cause i like to talk and these guys and now that is something. It's something jason of course we've all. We've talked about this. She's very good at these guys love to talk like some of them and so she's very good. I just being like tell me about your worldview and then they tell her and you get this very league <hes> nuance and fascinating look at these people who are doing really dangerous shit and are part of this really like you know kind of scary movement and i. I don't know i really recommend it anyone anyone who likes that kind of stuff. I'm in season two now which is like broadened its scope. It is just very well done. It's called bundy ville..

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"bundy ville" Discussed on Reveal

Reveal

04:02 min | 1 year ago

"bundy ville" Discussed on Reveal

"Bundy's standoffs <hes> a lot of the anti-government movement suddenly loves loves the government under trump which kind of is is counterintuitive right like the anti-government movement is suddenly pro government because trump is talking about things that they care about deeply things like anti immigration issues anti-muslim issues and trump is this kind of anti-government president so retribution for guys like bill keebler is seeing the extremes of those things coming true finally coming to fruition so a country with no immigrants no more islam no more tolerance of anyone wight christian people. I mean the two things the idea that these these groups are anti-government and the fact that suddenly they are pro government under trump is not surprising to me at all because i think the underpinning of both of these things <unk> are white supremacy. How does that play out in anti-government movements. There's this kind of coded language of of racism and bigotry that that drives the groups and in that that you can hear under a lot of what they say so yeah it's not it's not really surprising that after years of being mostly dormant a lot of these anti-government groups had a big resurgence under the first black president under president obama so you can see evidence of the way white supremacy rides along with all of these anti-government anti-government flash points in the last thirty years so like randy weaver the guy who is at the center of the ruby ridge standoff. He was known to hang out at the area nations compound compound in north idaho. <hes> the oklahoma city bomber timothy mcveigh was inspired by a novel called the turner diaries which sort of envisions this <hes> <hes> future dominated by a race war. So what does he have a what people like bill keebler will be doing between now and the presidential election next year i i think bill keebler specifically focused on getting off probation kind of disappearing into the woods. I guess if he could <hes> said he wanted to move out of utah where he feels like the federal government is watching him. He's left social media and not kind of thing but he's still occasionally talks about conspiracies pro-trump messages ages. He's very excited about some of the racist comments that that president trump has been saying as of late so you kind of see a an individual like him him as really an getting excited about trumpet also getting excited about these anti democrat anti liberal conspiracies that that spread like wildfire on on the internet. Why does the government have such a hard time. Stopping these kind of domestic groups and i'm thinking that you know when we look at this. We're primarily talking about white. Supremacists premesis and the government doesn't seem to have a problem tackling other types of terrorism. Why does the government seemed to have such a hard time stopping shopping these groups with violent tendencies. I think it's about priorities. After nine eleven there is a major shift towards focusing on cracking down on international terrorism awesome and it took the focus off of domestic anti-government groups that saw such a resurgence during the nineteen nineties so. I think that your question is right on and what's changed now to stop them. So what else do you uncover in the rest of the season of bundy ville. I answered all kinds of questions. One of those is that i looked at how the anti-government movement recruits other people to do violence and who stands to benefit from that violence so those questions took me all around the american west a- actually led me to a really secretive religious community that i long heard about up in eastern washington that is thought of as this real patriot friendly place yes and i think could be thought of as something of an origin point for a lot of the ideas that the western anti-government movement is excited about liza tilly. Thank you so much coach thank you. We want to thank the whole team of bundy ville for their help..

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"bundy ville" Discussed on Reveal

Reveal

04:01 min | 1 year ago

"bundy ville" Discussed on Reveal

"The old rate during the protests that happen there yeah and i think if it these are groups that generally wouldn't be very fired up about ranching rightly the bundy's sort of provided a great platform to fight the government and that's often. I think what the takeaway that my reporting has found is that it's it has very little to do with the the constitution has very little to do with ranching oftentimes is just looking for new ways to fight off the government and to kind of force <hes> a a belief system like what we saw it at charlottesville on display that's lee host of the podcast series bundy ville so how does that belief system mm-hmm inspire violence when we come back lee investigates that by heading to the scene of a bombing in the fateh mcconnell explosive. That's coming up on reveal from the center for investigative. Reporting impe are ex <music> you from the center for investigative reporting in p. r. x. viz is reveal ville. I'm outlet today. Were teaming up with the creators of the podcast bundy ville from oregon public broadcasting and long rates their second season dropped a couple of weeks ago and they're investigating some acts of domestic terror that connected to the bundy's supporters season two begins with a bombing in the summer of twenty sixteen that i bet you never heard of a warning before we get started. This story contains some violent scenes his money ville host lisa tilly panetta is this gravelly town on the nevada side of the border with utah about three hours north of las vegas a desert outpost that was founded in the eighteen sixty s by mormon pioneers panetta is god country and such a western cliche that i literally watched tumbleweed roll down the middle tolls street not much happens here but that wasn't the case on july thirteenth two thousand sixteen nine one one. What is your emergency. Hello ma'am ma'am cake for me. Okay and i i can barely hear. You said he was gonna kill you. He said he's calling explosives. You can't are you away from the home. Mm-hmm tiffany cluff was inside her house with her three daughters. When a man came to the door said he was going to blow her house up she should get the kids and leave and demand then lit the fuse on the bomb he'd put inside. The house walked to his car. Got inside lit another bomb and shot himself in the head and then everything blew up <music> shrapnel went everywhere curving in long arcs over the town just down the street. The county sheriff's black black smoke and a mushroom cloud billowing into the sky just a moment but i do need conditional information from the okay here. Also she cooks. We have one dispatcher time. She calls back in jail any book it right now. In your nine hundred starts going crazy. All all all nine lines all administrative. I just couldn't y'all that's lincoln county sheriff jerry lee. He lives down the street. He had no idea what was going on a who was involved but tiffany cluff..

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"bundy ville" Discussed on Bundyville: The Remnant

Bundyville: The Remnant

13:19 min | 1 year ago

"bundy ville" Discussed on Bundyville: The Remnant

"And die I can log onto youtube right now and watch finicky when it comes in spliced and paused and dissected by people who never knew him seconds later he dropped to the ground as the topsy shows from the corner. He was shot three times. Want those people to have again and again watched his pickup crash. The driver's door fly open Vinnicombe hops out as a yells to the police. You're going to have to shoot me. Then three bullets bang back dead kill back it up play to get his words sound like a nervous mantra started again. They come across like an unfinished sentence. Are they start start to threat promise. I always think I'll hear some new intonation some missed revelation but finicky. I'm always dies the same three POPs. It doesn't jump or Yelp just crumples body alive one second have you sack of bones dropped to the ground for eternity the next puppet without a hand gravity. That's stronger than spirit death on repeat. It's Finnigan is known own for and maybe it's because his public facing life was a blip twenty one months out of fifty four years from the time finicky marrived alone at Bundy ranch twenty fourteen to the time he died the leader of the Malheur Occupation Twenty sixteen only about six hundred fifty days past. He was a martyr for the Patriot movement made at the speed of the Internet from long reads an Oregon public broadcasting. This is Bundy Ville. I'm Leah Silly..

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"bundy ville" Discussed on Bundyville: The Remnant

Bundyville: The Remnant

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"bundy ville" Discussed on Bundyville: The Remnant

"<music> what if I told you that in the summer of two thousand sixteen the bombing on U._S. soil you never heard about nine one one reggie short. It happened in the tiny town of Panetta Nevada. Tiffany cluff was at home with her three daughters. When a man came to the door and said he was going to blow her house up? She should get the kids and leave. He said he was going to kill you. She grabbed the kids rushed outside called nine one one then everything blew up. This was July twenty sixteen just a few months after the big. Standoff at the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge that we covered in season one but it wasn't the only bombing that summer Utah Man and self proclaimed militia leader is behind bars after the Fed Saiki planned to blow up beal cabins in Arizona Zona and when I started to dig into this violence I found a world that's much bigger than one Nevada family so there aren't any Bundy's in the season of Bundy Ville. This is a season about the extremists who laid the groundwork for the Bundy's and picked up where they. They left off some of them. Hold Public Office. If you do not have five thousand rounds of two to three five thousand rounds at twenty two thousand miles ahead go as a minimum you're wrong. This movement has always been anti-government but now in some pockets of the country they are the government and they're preparing for a holy war. When we speak somebody sewing around government in this place we have a holy hatred righteous anger toward that and we go after it with a vengeance?

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"bundy ville" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"bundy ville" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"Seven. All right. What is your number six Chad on number six that would be extremely wicked shockingly evil in vile? The Zeca fron Joe Berlinger movie about Ted Bundy, which the trader is just so fantastic courses just premiered at Sundance of. So there's no release date on this. But I'm sure we'll be getting it some point this year probably toward the end of the year. Now, I've heard those trailer great reviews a really good out of Sundance as well. So I definitely looking forward to this as well. Yeah. I actually when I was making my list. I forgot about this movie. Yeah. No, I it is definitely up. There for me is something. I'm definitely looking forward to I love Joe Berlinger. I think this is his first feature. He's done. I think since Blair which to because he mostly does documentaries and evidently some people really hate this movie. And they say that it romanticize Ted Monday. But I think I think that's part of the thing would Ted Bundy is that that's why he was able to do what he was doing. Why was able to like, you know? It's just like he he's just a very very charismatic guy. I I don't know. If y'all watch the Ted Bundy Tate's, which Joe Berlinger did those as well those are Metalitz now. And it really is as a good like if you don't know a lot about Ted Bundy, it's good gives you, you know, a good vision of him, and there's you know, courtroom footage. There's tapes of him talking about his crimes and stuff because he's he talks about himself in the third person because Ted Bundy was big into psychology. And so he signed this deal to do this book. And he the guy was getting nowhere. And then eventually he was like, hey, so if you were this guy that committed these crimes because Bundy always said he was innocent what kind of person would do this. And how would they go about it and? So then he starts talking about his crimes in the third person. So. Yeah. If I did it. Yeah. Yeah. So the same guy who's doing a bio pic of Ted Bundy also did a documentary of Ted Bundy Ville, I'll have so cool. That's really interesting. Yes wild. I've been hearing people talk about net flicks recently. And I guess that must be what that's in reference to people watching that prompted on by the trailer. Yeah. Absolutely. That is wild. I did not know that either. All right. Well, Ryan, what's your number six? So this next one is another one of my what the fuck entries, which is Todd Phillips's joker movie. There's so many decisions goodbye to put it being made about that film that I like, honestly, I'm I love the lower in the interconnected films like MC, you DC, you all that stuff. But I'm also totally fine. With like, let's not even really care about the comic books. Let's just take something from the comic as a jumping off point. So I know a lot of people are like oh job. Does never good origin story. Like, you're ruining the character. I'm fine. They're calling this DC else worlds film. I make it as weird as possible. Like, I'm disappointed Martin Scorsese's not producing anymore. Like, I just wanted to be as many things in this movie that make me raise an eyebrow. As possible to get me to sit down and say, and I will probably not like it. And I will still be like, you know, what I'm still glad that got made fucking weird. And I agree with you so much that joker is my number six as well. Which is actually the first time in this list. So far that we have had an overlap, which is pretty ING. Sizing. But yeah, no for all the reasons you were just saying, I know this is actually the only superhero movie on my list. And that's because I really looking forward to something different in weird in Rio. Sandra? And it it sounds like it's going to be crazy. There's also I mean, of course, rumors who knows, but there's a pretty big rumor, I'm not going to say what it is here. Just for the sake of spoilers or whatever just in case. It is true. There is a pretty big rumor about a big twist with the movie that I just find so interesting. And I I kinda even though I know it I hope it's true. Just because I think it'll make. David. Oh my God. Pay attention to the rest of this podcast because alone many thinking is remembered ask Dave about the twist remembered to us. Okay. I wish Swiss. Swiss day knows comes in plot. Twist marvel has DC comics what is happening now. And also, the Cloverfield monster storms. I I'm interested in this movie. It's hard for me to get excited for it. Because I really am not a fan at all of Todd Phillips. And I think it's very bizarre. Yes. A hundred percent say that is. Yeah. I and then the fact that they're basically the cast this saying that he's writing the movie as they go along again. Plus for me, I'll make me I'm just so much more excited like wanted to do a joker movie, and he never got to this might be the closest I get to a time.

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"bundy ville" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"bundy ville" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"Seven. All right. What is your number six Chad on number six that would be extremely wicked shockingly evil in vile? The Zeca fron Joe Berlinger movie about Ted Bundy, which the trader is just so fantastic courses just premiered at Sundance of. So there's no release date on this. But I'm sure we'll be getting it some point this year probably toward the end of the year. Now, I've heard those trailer great reviews a really good out of Sundance as well. So I definitely looking forward to this as well. Yeah. I actually when I was making my list. I forgot about this movie. Yeah. No, I it is definitely up. There for me is something. I'm definitely looking forward to I love Joe Berlinger. I think this is his first feature. He's done. I think since Blair which to because he mostly does documentaries and evidently some people really hate this movie. And they say that it romanticize Ted Monday. But I think I think that's part of the thing would Ted Bundy is that that's why he was able to do what he was doing. Why was able to like, you know? It's just like he he's just a very very charismatic guy. I I don't know. If y'all watch the Ted Bundy Tate's, which Joe Berlinger did those as well those are Metalitz now. And it really is as a good like if you don't know a lot about Ted Bundy, it's good gives you, you know, a good vision of him, and there's you know, courtroom footage. There's tapes of him talking about his crimes and stuff because he's he talks about himself in the third person because Ted Bundy was big into psychology. And so he signed this deal to do this book. And he the guy was getting nowhere. And then eventually he was like, hey, so if you were this guy that committed these crimes because Bundy always said he was innocent what kind of person would do this. And how would they go about it and? So then he starts talking about his crimes in the third person. So. Yeah. If I did it. Yeah. Yeah. So the same guy who's doing a bio pic of Ted Bundy also did a documentary of Ted Bundy Ville, I'll have so cool. That's really interesting. Yes wild. I've been hearing people talk about net flicks recently. And I guess that must be what that's in reference to people watching that prompted on by the trailer. Yeah. Absolutely. That is wild. I did not know that either. All right. Well, Ryan, what's your number six? So this next one is another one of my what the fuck entries, which is Todd Phillips's joker movie. There's so many decisions goodbye to put it being made about that film that I like, honestly, I'm I love the lower in the interconnected films like MC, you DC, you all that stuff. But I'm also totally fine. With like, let's not even really care about the comic books. Let's just take something from the comic as a jumping off point. So I know a lot of people are like oh job. Does never good origin story. Like, you're ruining the character. I'm fine. They're calling this DC else worlds film. I make it as weird as possible. Like, I'm disappointed Martin Scorsese's not producing anymore. Like, I just wanted to be as many things in this movie that make me raise an eyebrow. As possible to get me to sit down and say, and I will probably not like it. And I will still be like, you know, what I'm still glad that got made fucking weird. And I agree with you so much that joker is my number six as well. Which is actually the first time in this list. So far that we have had an overlap, which is pretty ING. Sizing. But yeah, no for all the reasons you were just saying, I know this is actually the only superhero movie on my list. And that's because I really looking forward to something different in weird in Rio. Sandra? And it it sounds like it's going to be crazy. There's also I mean, of course, rumors who knows, but there's a pretty big rumor, I'm not going to say what it is here. Just for the sake of spoilers or whatever just in case. It is true. There is a pretty big rumor about a big twist with the movie that I just find so interesting. And I I kinda even though I know it I hope it's true. Just because I think it'll make. David. Oh my God. Pay attention to the rest of this podcast because alone many thinking is remembered ask Dave about the twist remembered to us. Okay. I wish Swiss. Swiss day knows comes in plot. Twist marvel has DC comics what is happening now. And also, the Cloverfield monster storms. I I'm interested in this movie. It's hard for me to get excited for it. Because I really am not a fan at all of Todd Phillips. And I think it's very bizarre. Yes. A hundred percent say that is. Yeah. I and then the fact that they're basically the cast this saying that he's writing the movie as they go along again. Plus for me, I'll make me I'm just so much more excited like wanted to do a joker movie, and he never got to this might be the closest I get to a time.

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"bundy ville" Discussed on This Is Only A Test

This Is Only A Test

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"bundy ville" Discussed on This Is Only A Test

"Roman Mars has a lovely voice. No, this is a given that Roman radio voices phenomenal. But there was a second voice within the report Taj of the episode that sounded like Romans voice sped up a little bit. Maybe. That's right. Remember hold on, I'll tell you because it was a very recent one podcast and radio really into it when you're listening to it, but what sticks it's gone. All right. The feeling while you're in it. Yeah, I must say my driveway. I think it was Bundy Ville. Okay. It's the most recent one about the government and the cliven Bundy and that whole business. I as part of my new life as the dad of a kindergartener. I spent a lot of time talking to other parents about what you do for a job. Right? Because it's what the default question. I I run a VR company. We made cartoons and also some. Like, oh, I wanna start podcasts. I think that's a great idea. I can send you some links. Yeah. Seriously. Like I was talking to some people the other day want to do a podcast about their life experiences and some really specific, really personal stuff. And and I was like, look, you know what? Why do you want to do this? I wanna talk. I want I want to have. to have constructed reason to talk about it with a person who's important to me on a regular basis. That is exactly the right reason to start a podcast. Absolutely just call your friends. Well, but I think I think that there's supposedly we talked about idle thumbs guys years ago, like the mere act of them talking about making video games, they think has changed. It's made them better better. They make a deal for a living right then better at communicating. Navy, shared language, vegans of.

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"bundy ville" Discussed on Still Untitled: The Adam Savage Project

Still Untitled: The Adam Savage Project

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"bundy ville" Discussed on Still Untitled: The Adam Savage Project

"Roman Mars has a lovely voice. No, this is a given that Roman radio voices phenomenal. But there was a second voice within the report Taj of the episode that sounded like Romans voice sped up a little bit. Maybe. That's right. Remember hold on, I'll tell you because it was a very recent one podcast and radio really into it when you're listening to it, but what sticks it's gone. All right. The feeling while you're in it. Yeah, I must say my driveway. I think it was Bundy Ville. Okay. It's the most recent one about the government and the cliven Bundy and that whole business. I as part of my new life as the dad of a kindergartener. I spent a lot of time talking to other parents about what you do for a job. Right? Because it's what the default question. I I run a VR company. We made cartoons and also some. Like, oh, I wanna start podcasts. I think that's a great idea. I can send you some links. Yeah. Seriously. Like I was talking to some people the other day want to do a podcast about their life experiences and some really specific, really personal stuff. And and I was like, look, you know what? Why do you want to do this? I wanna talk. I want I want to have. to have constructed reason to talk about it with a person who's important to me on a regular basis. That is exactly the right reason to start a podcast. Absolutely just call your friends. Well, but I think I think that there's supposedly we talked about idle thumbs guys years ago, like the mere act of them talking about making video games, they think has changed. It's made them better better. They make a deal for a living right then better at communicating. Navy, shared language, vegans of.

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"bundy ville" Discussed on GeekWire - Geared Up

GeekWire - Geared Up

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"bundy ville" Discussed on GeekWire - Geared Up

"So it's this group and they've had a long history of clashing with the federal government over land rights. So this reporter who had been reporting on that incident really digs deep lake generations and generations back in their history and learns about the history of this family clashing with the government partially over there. Mormon faith in gets into why one of the brothers is now running for government and goes like, meets them on their ranch, and it is a fascinating look at kind of extremism in the west today. She looks like a seven episode podcast, sir, as exactly seven, good job. We talked about this. Okay. Those that sounds really good. So what's it called again? Bundy Ville. Bundy Ville. Yeah, could new podcast. Yeah. If you're looking for a new podcast bench, go, check it out. Remember that whole story unfolding and the whole standoff and everything. So that was the second standoff while they initiated one two years earlier when the bureau of land management tried to take some of their cattle in payment for fees, they hadn't been paying for years and years, and they went with rifles pointed their rifles at the federal agents then took all the cattle back. So there's there's an interesting history here or Stephen pip, the the bar is high for the random channel this week, lots of violence. We'll take it back local. I'm excited for the return of football. We've got great college football, this weekend, return of Michigan, Notre Dame, and it's great to be in Seattle this weekend for the big game for you w against Auburn, probably the game of the week, and I'll be cheering for the purple being from Minnesota. I'm used to rooting for the Vikings. So how about another another team of purple people eaters? There you go. Nice. Okay. Hey, that's great. Well, a little violent. Yes, good though. That's right. I mean, it's it's amazing to think it's almost fall. It's almost football. And by the way, when you said football, I immediately thought you were gonna talk about soccer, so well, I can't tell if the seasons are changing down in the bay area. So the only way I can keep track of time as with football. Nice, nice. All right. Well, men and Steven, thank you very much both of you for sticking around for that random channel tradition. Thanks for listening to the geekwire podcast. If you're not already, you should subscribe to the show on your favorite podcast app just search eat wire all one word in apple podcasts or wherever you listen, if you like what we do consider leaving us a rating and review. It really helps other people find the show. You can see more of our coverage at geekwire dot com. Equal podcast is produced by Claire McGrane. Thanks for tuning in everybody until next time. I'm Todd Bishop. We'll talk to you next time on the week.

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"bundy ville" Discussed on GeekWire - Geared Up

GeekWire - Geared Up

04:14 min | 2 years ago

"bundy ville" Discussed on GeekWire - Geared Up

"You're listening to the weaken geek, and it is time for the random channel. It's Todd Bishop and Klamath grain, or it clear. This is one of our favorite segments. And we've asked Stephen pip and men leave from Silicon Valley Bank to stick around for this. When I hope you're both ready, he got you random items ready. We're excited. Okay. As good as it'll get our right. All right. So clear. My item is American ninja warrior. Did you expect that? No. Where have you been philosophy? Ten years. I know. So my daughter is really into American injure warrior, and she is pressuring me to in our backyard, create a course for her to do the stuff. And I was like, oh, are you kidding me? Who would possibly do that? Oh, my gosh on YouTube, there is a dad who puts all other dads to shame and he basically created this job. You have to see the thing. We'll have to link to it from the show notes, but he created this giant backyard. America ninja warrior course for his daughter, and it is just off the chart. It's like it. He's got her her stuffed animals sitting there cheering for her. It's it's over the top. He's not doing you any favors he's not. No, I feel like you watch that and you just feel completely inadequate as a parent. As a question for you, do you think you could do the course like is it hard. It's I probably not. I could probably not do the course, it's. It's pretty difficult. Yeah. So anyway, that is my random channel item. It's been on my mind. I've been looking at the backyard going what, what? How am I going to do this in a way that's manageable yet challenging, it's going to be. It's going to be difficult. I look forward to an update. Yes, exactly. All right, so men. Do you want to jump in with yours? Sure. I'm I, I watch mixed martial arts. You have see, and I'm super excited about Conor McGregor the notorious. If you know who that is. Yes. Coming back in after two years, lay off to fight Khabib new magnum enough. Think I said his name, right? Let's. I can't believe that you took that on as your random chat with that last day. So yeah, obviously, Conor McGregor had that didn't eat fight. Floyd Mayweather Mayweather made a bunch of money how to child in then and then had a conflict with this Russian fighter from Kazakhstan who who confronted one of his teammates in. So what had happened was he brought something like twenty friends from Ireland, flew over in a private jet confronted them as they were leaving a press conference in attacked a bus and through Dali at the bus or windows, they went super nuts to try to start a big brawl. I didn't follow this. You know. This was the last several months. So while he's gone to court for it and is doing, you know, you got slapped on the wrist for now. He's back in get. They're getting ready to fight and you're excited about it. It's going to be a big well. So yeah, could be his undefeated. He is a, he literally, you can look up him as a kid wrestling bears. So are there any lessons that you take from the world of mixed martial arts and apply to startups and Silicon Valley Bank. Any. You know, chair throwing and buses right now, no. But if you talk about fighting for your life every day this these guys are super prepared. You know, for the individual, they're gonna fight. It's a usually a two, three month camp to go through. And then they are tailored to fight this person and the getting a cage, and it's just them hand to hand fighting for the life actively. So I did not expect the random channel to take such a violent turn this week, but you know, hey, that's why you bring in guests. And I, you know, I'm the one who brought up American Inge warrior. Go ahead Claire, a mine is also kind of island actually. So I started listening to this podcast from long reads and Oregon public radio called Bundy Ville. She has no who the bundy's are. No, not Ted Bundy now Ted Bundy not Albany, not binding. Okay. So the no cliven Bundy and his sons. You might remember them for taking over a national, a national building that was in, I think, national forest or a wildlife refuge in Oregon..

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"bundy ville" Discussed on 99 Percent Invisible

99 Percent Invisible

06:19 min | 2 years ago

"bundy ville" Discussed on 99 Percent Invisible

"Snow. The bundy's dared the federal government to try to stop them. They held daily press conferences to talk about how the government can't own land. But there were differences from the standoff in Nevada, two years earlier. Many townspeople didn't by the bundy's story. This time they posted signs across burns that said, militia, go home. They held meetings asking the sheriff to turn off the power to the refuge and let the bundy's freeze when the occupiers called for supplies. People from around the world sent boxes, sex toys, really. They called them y'all Kedah on social media vanilla ISIS. They spend a wish the way on all this hateful stuff to send out your choice. But the biggest difference between Oregon and Nevada is that this time shots are fired, and it happens on a remote Oregon highway twenty six days after the occupation started an informant tips off the feds that the bundy's and other leaders of the takeover are driving in two cars to a nearby town. They plan to hold a meeting in the next county over and see the sheriff who supported their cause. But on the way, federal and state law enforcement sets up roadblocks. Ammon Bundy gives up immediately. He gets out hands up as Oregon state police close in, but the people in the other Trump don't give up occupation spokesman, Robert lavar finicky is behind the wheel. He was once a model rancher paid his grazing fees to the federal government. But he converted to bundy's way of seeing things during bunkerville. So you do you damn well, please. I'm not going anywhere I am right there. You bet data. You give me now. Develop through me. What you're hearing is a video taken from inside finicky comes truck during that stock inside the truck with Finnigan was Ryan bunny an eighteen year old girl named Victoria, sharp, and the person shooting the video Shawna Cox. Depending on who you ask. What happens next is either an assassination attempt or justified police shooting at all. Never stopped should never have stop. Ryan bunny says they shouldn't have stopped lasers from rifles flash inside the truck officer shout to get out. It doesn't take long before finicky hits a breaking point. Down down. Steps on the gas. I shooting barrels around the curved road and when he gets through the roadblock, he swerves at the last minute, the vehicle narrowly misses an FBI agent. Truck crashes in the snow. And before the truck is fully stopped Finnigan leaps out. Someone fires, two shots that hit the truck. He stumbles through knee-deep snow, keep shouting. His hands are up at first. Then he reaches for his jacket, pocket inside is loaded handgun. He put his hands up again and he reaches hands up, reach. Finally, police do shoot him. He never managed to grab the gun. Apple. Too. Damn lands. Yeah. Damn. Why are they keep shooting. Bye. All of us. Back. Here's your stupid. Police were shooting balls of pepper spray. The voi- was bleeding out and snowbank on the side of the road. Law enforcement had been trying hard to avoid a shootout. They waited twenty six days for the bundy's to leave the compound and the roadblock was on an isolated road for the bundy's can call for backup. Within days a memorial popped up, we're Lavoix had died, and the Bundy crew were talking about it like an assassination. Who is the ultimate example of a tarantula government. Imminent Ryan Bundy were arrested at the roadblock and went to jail in Oregon. Cliven Bundy was arrested days later as he got off a flight in Portland, he was coming to help his sons. Instead, he was indicted on the list of charges stemming from the bunkerville standoff in Nevada. Prosecutors had been waiting two years to spring. This trap. It wasn't looking good for the bundy's. The Mao your occupation had led to a man's death and they were about to have to argue in front of a federal judge that the standoffs were justified because the federal government couldn't own state land. But then in court, things did not go as expected. The court case in the verdict when Bundy Ville continues. Most of us brush our teeth wrong because most brands focus on selling flashing gimmicks rather than better brushing, but not quip. Quip is the new electric toothbrush. That's a fraction of the cost of bulkier. Brushes impacts premium by brations for perfect, two minute clean plus quips, guiding pulses. Remind you went to switch sides and they'll deliver new brush heads on a dentist, recommended schedule every three months for just five dollars, including free shipping. Worldwide. Quip starts at just twenty five dollars. And if you go to get quick dot com slash nine nine right now you'll get your first refill pack free with a quip, electric toothbrush. That's spelled g. e. t. q. u. IP dot com. Slash nine nine. That's get quip dot com. Slash the numbers. Nine nine. We've all heard a lot about privacy policies in the last few months, but have you ever heard

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"bundy ville" Discussed on 99 Percent Invisible

99 Percent Invisible

05:24 min | 2 years ago

"bundy ville" Discussed on 99 Percent Invisible

"I'm doing a special live event that I'm really excited about. If I had to choose, but gun to my head, I say my favorite band of all time was Java from Washington DC. Even though I spent most of my life going up in the south and central Ohio. It was the DC punk rock scene that spoke to me. I never quite latched onto the punk nihilism of New Yorker LA, but DC had all the anger and action of those scenes mixed with fierce independence and social responsibility, and also really creative music. It was the creative force and informed everything I've made since then, including this podcast and radio topa Bill Bo was a guitarist ajar box, and he Cohen in India recommended. But now he's the president and co, founder of a design firm called three spot. We're committed to helping those who are committed to helping others, and we're going to have a live onstage interview about punk rock independence, creativity, and mission, and making quality work that matters join me and Bill plus special musical guest. I can't tell you who they are yet, but they make me very, very happy. I'm so excited for this fray special one of a kind live event hosted by the DC chapter of the day on Friday, September. Fourteenth at six pm at the Howard theatre in Washington DC go to DC dot g dot ORG for tickets. I really hope to see you there. It's like worth traveling to. So he's going to be that good. Thanks. This is ninety. Nine percent invisible. I'm Roman Mars. Most of the American west is owned by the federal government about eighty five percent of Nevada sixty one percent of Alaska and fifty three percent of Oregon. The list goes on and there have always been questions about how this immense swath of land should be used. Should we allow ranchers to graze cattle or should the western land be a place where wild animals can roam free and be protected, or is it land? We wanna reserve for recreation as you can imagine, there's no consensus on the answers to those questions, but there are a lot of strong feelings and over the years, those strong feelings have sometimes bubbled up to the surface and manifested in protests and even violence in two thousand sixteen a group of armed militants occupied malheur national wildlife refuge in western Oregon. There were led by cattle rancher by the name of Ammon Bundy the son of cliven Bundy preps you heard about it, but never really understood exactly what it was all about. Well, today we bring you a story from. Long reads in Oregon public broadcasting reported by Lisa Tilly, and it's the first in a series they put together that looks deeply into the fascinating and even sometimes wonky details of how the American west is managed, where the bundy's are so angry about it and the religious ideology that undergirds their fight against the federal government. It's an amazing series that spins a good yarn but also resonates with so many aspects of current US. Politics is also about land management, which is really exciting. From personally this episode, one of Bundy Ville. Here's Lisa Tilley. By his own account, Nevada, rancher cliven Bundy never wanted to start a war with the federal government. He says that if they just left them alone out here in the desert, none of this would have ever started. And if you want to see him as the folksy hero of a modern day western, you can choose to see him that way. Here's a good starting point. It's a random YouTube video, and it shows a blonde haired little boy toddler. He's wearing dusty, red polo shirt, blue jeans. He lays stunned in the dirt having just been knocked down and he's considering whether or not he wants to cry. He'll be up. Oh, makes broke. Boy shakes off his cowboy hat wearing grandpa and putters away. Zoll about raising Cowboys. He's tough. See out is he got run over by a horse and he's out there going all ready, nothing to it. He says, toddler looks back at his grandpa. He points to the west and the camera follows patch of bright green grass comes into view against the Nevada desert. It's the color of life. It stands out in place for everything else looks dead. This is Orlando. This land is a free land. This land is a place that we can enjoy and use. That's cliven Bundy as he'd like to be seen peaceful farmer home studying on one hundred sixty acre ranch near bunkerville, Nevada. But in two thousand fourteen just a few weeks after this video was shot on the same piece of land cliven Bundy and his sons were anything but peaceful. They'd raised a militia that was pointing guns at federal agents, what the bundy's called a tarantula government. Here he is onstage in bunkerville whipping the crowd into a frenzy demanding that the local sheriff bulldoze the buildings and the nearby national park so that the surrounding community might have free reign of land. Geico bait you. He says, you get the county equipment out there and tear those things down this morning. The sheriff just stands quietly on stage. He's guys thumbs hitched in his belt, the mob heckles in.

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"bundy ville" Discussed on Overnight Drive

Overnight Drive

10:39 min | 2 years ago

"bundy ville" Discussed on Overnight Drive

"Ridge. I, I don't know who told me to listen to Bundy Ville, shouldn't have done that. You should've told Bill Bundy Ville is a seven part podcast. I just finished it today about cliven Bundy and the stand on his ranch. And then y'all do see the footage of them in imminent trade crash, the truck into the snowbank. And then he goes out and like the whole, oh the, oh, fuck, absolutely. I, it's any like he like totally tries to be martyred. He's reaching into his jacket. So of course, they light them up and like of course. I learned today, so so he was in the car with one of bundy's kids who got shot in the shoulder and still has the bullet in his shoulder, but apparently refuses to get it removed because the federal government wants it, and he just want to give it to them and they don't have a right to his body. So he just won't. It's fucking petty mental. Property mental. So it's cast. That's like. Really interesting. Bundy's come off like actual wack jobs like real like they think they're like the fucking Joseph Smith white nights. But you can't play this shit for me because I have such a fucking strong feeling towards like individual rights and like you're right to be a fucking weirdo if you want, and you're right to like your right to be a psycho at the ranch out where no one could find you. That's fine. Whatever that I'm like in the back of my mind. I'm like, kind of feel like I get. I understand. He's like on some weird polygamous shit, and it's not cool, but. I feel about at least points one for seven points. Eight twenty four real fucking weird points. Seven I can hang with though. Yeah, you can't play that shit. Not gonna work. Have the new. Speaking in front of half filled Hilton. About one and I got my my, and now it is been my desire for a long time. All the time worn the beret, be able to share it with other Americans. Army's all over the world the whole time I've worn a beret. He's not just talking about green beret like where like. Beret and go to whole foods. Yeah, socially social berets. Great name, great band name. Like just go to whole foods of the beret on. It's fine. All the people. I love all wear. Berets can get fucking bow, greats courtesy Willits. That's great. Oh God. Curtis Lee with that a lie. Sorry. Curtis Lua die. That died really quick and Albany. He was like, all right, fuck you. You don't want my help. Great. They were like, you don't going to help you cut the call on them like a fossil and shit like them out. I mean, like he was coming back from his honeymoon at how caverns which is really weird. And things. In my man's house. Yeah, he's gotta go like, oh, we go anywhere because they used to have money be like we can go anywhere Bermuda whatever. He's like, let's just drive up the Hal caverns for the weekend. Eighty bucks. Beget hotel. Do it, do it. We conduct conjugate the conjugate consummated marriage. Speaking of that whole fucking seen, we were watching him on Morton Downey. Brings me back to Tompkins square park. You know, the late eighties, early nineties housing riots and talking squatters and all that shit. Royds then they pulled his Mike off. There are New York changes drastically every six months ago. Wow. There's a building there or there's no building there when they're well all that shit and all of a sudden like population's changing. It's all influx, but some things will always be what they are. And I noticed that today when I walked into Tompkins square park and I sat near the the Hari Krishna tree, and I watched dude who I am fairly certain, I would say not one hundred percent because all these fucking assholes look the same. But I would say in the ninetieth percentile certain plate in the casualties at one point. Like looking like, hell like clearly like skinny guy in bondage pants at one point. And his definitely got a big beer gut now, but still like skit, like skinny fat. You know that whole thing looking like he's aged real bad like. Kind of Gresley kicking game to like a Puerto Rican woman that I do not think was properly age. I actually I say the word woman and I kind of went saying it. So like that, that sort of thing. And I'm like, man, it's the nineteen nineties. Duncan square part always needs New York. You know, if you look hard enough, you can see those parts all New York that everybody misses so much, you know, like the piss smell smell. Yep, absolutely. Everyone's drunk at the afternoon. Yes. He still is only Thompkin. Square park is still around. They'll always be old, New York. To me, I was there was there right in front of me as I was talking with former co worker of Monacans, they're having a ten year. Kim's reunion can reunion. Definitely gonna go and you should come with because only the date. And we can all stand around. Talk about that one time we work somewhere. I only go if Sulaiman Sulaiman is probably dead shame or or in in handcuffs somewhere. Hopefully God is what you go. Jesus always watch. You'll love him. Guy, but I that sparked a bunch of other members. One time he got mad at me because I had a piss, his come on, man, come on man, yelling up the stairs come on, man. What was he trying to leave? Yeah, they're all trying to leave and I have to count money, but have to watch me count money. I was like, I'm gonna. Piss. Watching menu can go. It's fine. Should've said that I was not a smart back. Then we have questions, but you're tired do it, just get into it. All right. We got about. Weird. We've a surge of people coming in. We got into, we got somebody asking us to do a talk over of the PBS Ruby Ridge documentary, which I will happily do. Yes, absolutely. Can we do that and fucking Waco back to back? I think that would be pretty good. Yes. Down a couple of weeks it and then you can go. We can do that. I cames reunion. Not it's very loose right now probably until like October or something like that because a closed like it's not, you know, closed, like better remember. So do you dentist with any Wes Anderson characters. That I couldn't. I can remember any of them, but I thought maybe like I kept thinking of Coen, brothers like Cohen, brothers, people like the guy for the the husband in Fargo. Thought about that, but it's coming. Identify within a little. No. And you know what? When you get older, you won't either. Don't worry. It's fine. Yeah, Sanderson's a little played out. I should say Steve's the sue Campari. Fine. Thank you. I watched like seventy percent of it and like I got it. I got very is reminded me of people who would really during critiques when I briefly took our classes in valley and like that's what it reminds me of. So I can't like with any of any good conscience. I can't like really dive into those movies at all. With gives to cover that one just done a really creative job geared toward more towards my interests for more secure job that pays way better than throwing choice. This how I start to be a boring sell out. I'm going to say no, because. It's like the old, the old adage like I really loved pizza until I started delivering pizzas. And now I fucking hate pizza. It's the same thing with like, you have a really creative job geared more towards your interest, but now your interests are work on your interests are nine to five. Your pre plugging in things that are sacred to you into your normal like shit that you'll end up eating at some point. So like, no, you didn't make choice. Think. Thank you. The wrong choice necessarily. I think it's more of a question of, did you take a like a shit job that you don't really care about for more money? Or did you do your creative thing for a living? Because it's doing a creative job doesn't necessarily mean you're gonna get creative like the if you're if you're starting creative agency, it's different than taking a job at fucking. I dunno, like master dynamic headphones and thinking you're going to be doing great of, it's not not necessarily how that's gonna work. So I'd say. Take the money, no, or even taking a job sucks. You might. You might get paid really well and be like, oh, this doesn't fulfill me. That's your that you're not under a ten year contract to stop doing that. If you don't like it. Exactly taking the job as a social media manager? Well, I love social media. I'm on social media all the time, and then it becomes your job. You have to monitor it all the time as your job, like fucking hate. Yeah, I don't understand how people that don't jump off hotels all the time. Yeah, jumpoff hotels. How specific jump off hotel? There's actually a stand up comedian. I forget his name, but he, he wrote the book I'm dying appear or there's the book the book called I'm dying appear and it's all about him. This guy like sucked one night and then went and got a room at a like the tallest hotel ally and jumped off the top of the. Yeah, I have to look it up. I don't remember, but it was pretty good.

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"bundy ville" Discussed on Outside Podcast

Outside Podcast

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"bundy ville" Discussed on Outside Podcast

"Simple. It's a steak dinner. That's where I'm headed. God bless America today after having been arrested two years earlier, cliven Bundy walked out of jail in the first days of twenty teen. His cowboy hat was back on his head, his legs free of shackles. You raised a fist in victory. Stand over the federal government. We had a protest county sheriff. Even the question of whether it was a standoff was still up for debate. Everything was in bundy's is. Contract with the federal government. This court have jurisdiction over this matter. When federal government have to have an army that comes against we, the people he called out as he hadn't twenty fourteen for people stand up to the government. Bundy ranked. They stuck their guns down our throats within days of getting out of jail. Cliven was on the steps of the sheriff's office on a loudspeaker making demands just as he done in twenty fourteen. That's when I realized the bundy's story is hardly over. We're. The federal government comes again, we will definitely tell them the truth, the truth after the trials, if the truth was even more difficult to figure out people traveled from around the country to see the Nevada trial, journalists critics bundy's sympathizers environmentalists. They came to see the wheels of Justice, turn out long desired answers about what this is all meant to understand with the bundy's actions mean about the future of protest, but the future, the American west to see something definitive about the movement, the family tapped into three years ago, but a mistrial doesn't settle any of those questions. So when people say that, even talking about the bundy's plays into their hand, that everyone should just pretend they don't exist if they want them to go away, then ignores the fact they essentially want. If the bundy's lost in court, their occupations would be a footnote to the fight over public lands in the west. Their story would be about a fringe uprising fizzled out. But because of the government's missteps and the bundy's court victory, their views on who owns the west, the new Jim is in the. At least in the eyes of their followers. So if you want to know what the fight over public lands in the west, it's going to look like going forward. You have to understand the bundy's how they think and how that thinking seduces the people around them. Understand the bundy's. You have to trace their long, twisted family tree, dissect the religious undertones. Everything they do and on Tamil the motives of politicians trying to undermine the federal government. It's a story of white supremacists, nuclear weapons in a little known book, explains the fringe religious beliefs behind cliven bundy's whole movement. Next time on Bundy Ville. I dig into klivans passed, and I find some answers. This episode was written by me Leah's Attila Peter Fricke, right? And Ryan has music by Robbie Carver. This series is produced by Peter and Robbie from thirty minutes west productions. We had editorial oversight from Anna Griffin and Mike dang fact checking by Matt Giles and research help from Kim Freda. Bonneville is a co production, long raids and Oregon public broadcasting. If you like this show, please share it or leave us a rating and review every you get your podcasts. It really does help more people find it and please check out my four part series at long reads dot com.

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"bundy ville" Discussed on Outside Podcast

Outside Podcast

06:37 min | 2 years ago

"bundy ville" Discussed on Outside Podcast

"This episode of the outside podcast is brought to you by the all new Jeep Wrangler giving you the freedom to pursue adventures like former pro surfer, John rouse anybody who's a professional athlete. There's an arc, there's a shelf life for me. I was a pro surfer. I was never the best, but I carved my own niche out and I did it for thirteen years. Who was everything to me in two thousand nine, John went to Indonesia on a surf trip right when it got hit by a magnitude, seven point, six earthquake, and I became sort of a first responder by accident one month later. Was Haiti the big catastrophic earthquake in January two thousand ten. I thought I was gone for two weeks. I stayed for two years, but that was the inception of waves to water. Wastewater is an aid organization that helps provide clean water in more than forty countries. We have one sole purpose provide access to clean drinking water for developing communities, not just developing communities, but recovering commute. Two for the last eight years. Whenever a disaster strikes that threatens drinking water, like an earthquakes NAMI hurricane John team show up with suitcases full of water filters in the first three weeks after hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico, he said up thirty six hundred filtration stations and got clean water to a hundred thousand people thinking about that trajectory was is so fast. And I mean, I bought ten filters. My own money went to Indonesia and three months. Later in Haiti, somebody offered me forty thousand dollars to do as much as I could with that. I was not going to be my job. It was going to be a pet project and then it blossomed these days with the team in place running waves for water. John is looking for the next challenge. The next adventure and Jeep is helping him get there, find out more a Jeep dot com. Slash Wrangler. From outside magazine NPR. These are dispatches stories from writers in the field. I can remember exactly where I was when I heard that militia members had taken over malheur national wildlife refuge in Oregon where I live. I was in New York for wedding, and I was going to be home anytime soon. And so I kind of watch what happened and skim the news. But this was the work of the Bundy family. And I had read about their standoff with the federal government in two thousand fourteen in Nevada. And so I had the sense of here we go again, I know this story. Well, for the last few months of doing some editing and production work on a podcast series about the Bundy family for long reads dot com, and it's staggering how deeply I did not know that story and what it would become no one did not even the bundy's. Really, the story of the bundy's is a major chapter in the evolution of the American west because they took on the federal government in one twice and the consequences of those victories have led us to the present moment. Right now, the Trump administration is testing. The antiquities act Trinite shrink, national monuments created by President Obama, something no administration has ever done before. In fact, there's almost an anti public land's movement gaining momentum in the administration right now, and that's going to affect everyone who uses the back country. But in order to understand what's going on and how we got here, you have to understand the bundy's who they are, where they came from, what they're doing to the American west. For the last two years reporter Leah's Attila has been trying to figure that out. She wrote a four part print series for long rates, and then my co producer Robbie cover, and I've been helping long reads in Oregon public broadcasting, create a seven part podcast series called Bundy Ville, which launches today all seven episodes. If you like, this show you're gonna like Bundy Ville. So we're gonna play the first episode in the series here you can find the rest by searching Bundy Ville and your podcast app. Here's Leah. By his own account, Nevada, rancher cliven Bundy never wanted to start a war with the federal government. He says that if they just left them alone out here in the desert, none of this would've ever started. And if you want to see him as the folksy hero of a modern day western, you can choose to see him that way. Here's a good starting point. It's a random YouTube video, and it shows a blonde haired little boy toddler. He's wearing dusty, red polo shirt, blue jeans. He lays stunned in the dirt, having just been knocked down niece considering whether or not he wants to cry. Oh, makes broke. Boys shakes off his cowboy hat wearing grandpa, putters away. Zola 'bout raising Cowboys. He's tough. See out w is run over by harshness out there going already nothing to it. He says the toddler looks back at his grandpa. He points to the west and the camera follows patch of bright green grass comes into view against the Nevada desert. It's the color of life. It stands out in place, but everything else looks dead. This Orlando slams a free land. This land is a place that we can enjoy and use. That's cliven Bundy as he'd like to be seen the peaceful former home studying on his hundred sixty acre ranch near bunkerville, Nevada, raising fourteen kids to help him out on the farm. But in two thousand fourteen just a few weeks after this video was shot on the same piece of land cliven Bundy and his sons were anything, but peaceful tensions reached the boiling point earlier this week. They'd raised a militia that was pointing guns at federal agents, what the bundy's called. They destroy Anacle government. Will they have gone. We need guns to protect ourselves from tyrannical government. Here's cliven onstage in bunkerville whipping the crowd into a frenzy demanding that the local sheriff bulldoze the buildings at a nearby national park so that the surrounding community might have free reign of the land. Aaquil moat you. He says, you get the county equipment out there tear those things down this morning. The sheriff just stands quietly on stage. He's guys thumbs hitched in his belt mob heckles him.

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