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Patient 33
Episode 10: Janitor Awareness Day

Patient 33

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 25:36


Following another death at the hospital, Dr. Why takes matters into his own hands.   Season 1, Episode 10    — Content Warnings at the bottom of the description —   If you enjoyed this episode, please leave us a rating and review so that others can as well! It would be much appreciated

Small Town Murder
#252 - A Skull In The Wood Stove - Blackfoot, Idaho

Small Town Murder

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 163:15


This week, in Blackfoot, Idaho, when a man, with a history of making up tall tales, walks into the local police station to report a murder, everyone is skeptical. Especially, when they hear the fantastical sounding details of brain matter all over the walls, body parts cut off, and a skull with "bones and stuff", in the living room wood stove. When a couple of cops are sent out to investigate, they find out that not only was that man telling there truth, but he didn't even say exactly how bad it actually was! From there, a twisted story emerges, leaving everyone in disbelief!! Along the way, we find out that people in Idaho really do have a lot to do with potatoes, that sometimes, even a liar can be telling the truth, and that you shouldn't ask everyone that you've ever met, to help you dispose of a body! Hosted by James Pietragallo & Jimmie Whisman New episodes every Thursday! Donate at: patreon.com/crimeinsports or go to paypal.com & use our email: crimeinsports@gmail.com Go to shutupandgivememurder.com for all things Small Town Murder & Crime In Sports! Follow us on...twitter.com/@murdersmallfacebook.com/smalltownpodinstagram.com/smalltownmurder Also, check out James & Jimmie's other show, Crime In Sports! On iTunes, Stitcher, or wherever you listen to podcasts

Intelligent Design the Future
Casey Luskin on Why Intelligent Design is Worth Defending

Intelligent Design the Future

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 20:30


Today's ID the Future spotlights The Comprehensive Guide to Science and Faith. Host Eric Anderson interviews one of the anthology's co-editors and contributors, geologist Casey Luskin. The two focus on just one of Luskin's contributed essays, one that addresses two primary questions: Is intelligent design true? And is it worth expending the energy to defend it against powerful opposition? Luskin answers both questions in the affirmative, and explains why he sees the new anthology as a great resource in the cause of intelligent design. Source

Small Town Murder
#251 - The Nightmare House - Fair Lawn, New Jersey

Small Town Murder

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 164:33


This week, in Fair Lawn, New Jersey, was it a random & vicious attack, or a family Thanksgiving, turned bloodbath? A woman found, in her own kitchen, bludgeoned & stabbed, with two knives still protruding from her back, and her family's story just isn't quite adding up. In addition, it comes out that this isn't the first time something so horrific has happened in this very house. Another act of violence, committed by the dead woman's husband. In the end, fingers are pointed, and no one wants to take responsibility, but will this woman get any justice? Along the way, we find out that judges think pregnant women can't leave the house, that some family holidays are worse than others, and that some houses may just be cursed!! Hosted by James Pietragallo & Jimmie Whisman New episodes every Thursday! Donate at: patreon.com/crimeinsports or go to paypal.com & use our email: crimeinsports@gmail.com Go to shutupandgivememurder.com for all things Small Town Murder & Crime In Sports! Follow us on...twitter.com/@murdersmallfacebook.com/smalltownpodinstagram.com/smalltownmurder Also, check out James & Jimmie's other show, Crime In Sports! On iTunes, Stitcher, or wherever you listen to podcasts

Fácil de Complacer
Episodio 77 - Love Hard

Fácil de Complacer

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 56:00


Esta semana Rafa, Diego, Thomas y Mónika dan sus recomendaciones de la semana y analizan la película Love Hard de Hernán Jiménez. 00:00 Intro00:28 ¿Qué estás viendo? Diego: Marvel's M.O.D.O.K., Justice League: Doom.Thomas: Ted Lasso (s2).Mónika: El Caso Hartung.Rafa: The Big Sick, Vantage Point.13:29 SVQHV: CSI18:26 Love Hard (sin spoilers)25:28 Love Hard (full spoilers)54:10 Despedida *Música cortesía de Daemon Hatfield (Good Morning California)*Episodio editado por Rafa y @estebanvargasmixes.

BingetownTV
E172 Dexter: New Blood Episode 3 Recap & Review!

BingetownTV

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 34:05


The BingetownTV crew is back and we are covering Dexter: New Blood episode 3! The anxiety is building up episode after episode! Dexter has to figure out how to be a father to Harrison while at the same time dealing with a CSI genius and canine Units on his tail! Harrison stands up to the jocks in a big way & we find out he's probably a genius. There's also a “The Most Dangerous Game” situation going on in this small town! Tune into our episode to hear our thoughts and theories!!!

Not In My House
Ricky Sobers: Super-Sub (Former NBA Player & UNLV Legend)

Not In My House

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 109:15


We are taking it back to one of our favorite eras of hoops for this one. The Super-Sub is in the house! Ricky Sobers joins us on the podcast for an episode that true basketball fans will absolutely love and appreciate. Ricky Sobers grew up in The Bronx, NY during a very special era of basketball. He was one of the greatest players from the city to ever play on the blacktop during his time and never even played a minute of High School basketball. His love for the game and guidance from  Tiny Archibald helped him continue his basketball dreams to the College of Southern Idaho and UNLV where he was coach Jerry Tarkanian's first big recruit and was the WCAC Player of the Year in 1974-75. Sobers became the 16th overall pick in the 1975 NBA Draft. He played 11 seasons in the NBA and played in the famous "Greatest Game Ever Played”.This was truly an honor. Sobers shared amazing stories about the blacktop game in NYC, Tiny Archibald, Joe Hammond, Jerry Tarkanian, UNLV, Rick Barry, Paul Westphal, Gar Heard, The Greatest Game Ever Played, raising his number 40 to the rafters and MUCH more. BIG Thanks to Ricky Sobers! We are forever grateful for the opportunity and we know you'll all love and appreciate his journey just as much as we did.Thank you Ricky Sobers!Be ready for his book titled “The Ghost of the South Bronx” Or if you would like to learn more about Crypto or his Travel Club then you can email him at his email listed at the end of the episode.You can find this episode on Apple, Spotify or any source for podcasts.Follow us on social media for news, updates and highlight reels!Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/notin.myhouse.79Instagram- @Not_in_my_house_podcastTwitter - @NOTINMYHOUSEpc

Small Town Murder
#250 - Shocking Backwoods Brutality - Dingess, West Virginia

Small Town Murder

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 163:48


This week, in Dingess, West Virginia, the brutality is striking, when a woman's body is found, murdered, several times over, in a shallow grave, covered with twigs, but it's obvious that this was just the last stop, on a horrific ride. After rumors begin to swirl around this small town, the perpetrators of this heinous attack are brought to light, but their fingers are pointing in so many different directions, that it's hard to know who is telling the truth. One thing is for sure, and that's multiple people need to pay the price for what happened! Plus, an extra bonus short murder story, also from the backwoods of West Virginia, that is just as crazy as the main story! Along the way, we find out that just because the town is named after you, doesn't mean you aren't trash, that some people have the capacity to inflict absolute horrors upon others, and that we have the best audience in podcasting!! Happy 250!! Hosted by James Pietragallo & Jimmie Whisman New episodes every Thursday! Donate at: patreon.com/crimeinsports or go to paypal.com & use our email: crimeinsports@gmail.com Go to shutupandgivememurder.com for all things Small Town Murder & Crime In Sports! Follow us on...twitter.com/@murdersmallfacebook.com/smalltownpodinstagram.com/smalltownmurder Also, check out James & Jimmie's other show, Crime In Sports! On iTunes, Stitcher, or wherever you listen to podcasts

Perfect Talk Radio
Perfect Talk Podcast Episode 136: Truth Comes To Light

Perfect Talk Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 29:20


On this episode we discuss NFL quarterback Aaron Rodgers contracting COVID-19 and being caught in a lie about his vaccination status, the tragic drunk driving accident involving NFL running back Henry Ruggs III and his arrest, a former CSI actor is arrested for vandalizing the George Floyd statue, a tic toc video showing a rat infested Popeyes in DC goes viral and much more!! DJ Playboy & Keef present The Perfect Talk Podcast. Two unique perspectives on music, politics, movies, sports & popular culture. Theme Music by: Dwellz The Producer Search Dwellztheproducer on Soundcloud. follow on instagram: @perfecttalkradio @meandmy_35 @pliccapeezy follow on twitter: @PerfectTalkPod @DJPLAYBOY @CornellNY Follow DJPLICCAPLAYBOY on the Mixcloud app and tune into The MONEY TALKS RADIO SHOW & THE NIGHT SHIFT radio show

Diner Talks With James
Be Ready For Your Story to Change Someone's Life with Big Bang Theory Actor, Alessandra Torresani

Diner Talks With James

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 53:13


Sliding into the diner this week is actor, Alessandra Torresani. You've seen her on Big Bang Theory, American Horror Story, and most recently the movie, Women is Losers. She and I kicked things off by disclosing our first on-stage kisses (spoiler, hers was Frankie Muniz) then made our way back to our favorite diner orders. Alessandra told me about her California journey from the Bay Area to LA and the start of her acting career. We then talked about when we both learned that we may be struggling with mental health issues. I loved the way Alessandra talked about her journey with bi-polar disorder and the beauty of medication. Her story about how a conference in London changed her life was beautiful. We ended by discussing a few other things including the role that humor can (and probably should) play in mental health.    About the Guest:  Alessandra Olivia Torresani began studying dancing and singing when she was two years old. At the age of 8, she landed a job doing interviews between cartoons on The WB Television Network. She holds a black belt in taekwondo. Torresani's television debut was at age nine when she hosted the "Kids' WB Club" for San Francisco's KBWB.  She co-starred in the Disney Channel Original Movie Going to the Mat. Her other television credits include guest appearances on Even Stevens, JAG, ER, The War at Home, Malcolm In The Middle, Arrested Development, Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles, CSI, Husbands, Big Bang Theory. Torresani is bipolar and hosts EmotionAL Support with Alessandra Torresani, a mental health podcast.   Connect with Alessandra and learn more: Podcast: EmotionAL Support with Alessandra Torresani Instagram: @AlessandraTorresani About the Host:  Friends! Here's a somewhat stuffy bio of me:   I am an author, professional speaker, coach, host, and entrepreneur. My first book, Leading Imperfectly: The value of being authentic for leaders, professionals, and human beings, is available wherever people buy books. I speak internationally to willing and unwilling attendees about authenticity, vulnerability, and leadership. My clients include American Express, General Electric (GE), Accenture, Yale University, The Ohio State University, and many others. As a speaker, I am doing the two things I loves the most: making people think and making people laugh!  I host my own events multiple times a year. They are 2-day events called Living Imperfectly Live (and sometimes they are 1-day virtual events). They are a space where humans from every walk of life can come together to be part of a community on the pursuit of badassery. The goal is to help attendees start living the life we say we want to live. Alas, you're here because of an idea I had a number of years ago and didn't think I was good enough to pull it off. I finally acted on it and alas Diner Talks with James was born! As you can see from what I do in my professional life, Diner Talks is alligned with everything I believe in and teach.  If this wasn't dry enough, and you would like to know more info about my speaking, events, or coaching feel free to check out my website: JamesTRobo.com. Let's Be Friends on Social Media! Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jamestrobo (https://www.instagram.com/jamestrobo) Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jamestrobo (https://www.facebook.com/jamestrobo) LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jamesrobilotta/ (https://www.linkedin.com/in/jamesrobilotta/) YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/JamesRobilottaCSP (https://www.youtube.com/JamesRobilottaCSP) Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/JamesTRobo (https://www.twitter.com/JamesTRobo) Thanks for listening! Thanks so much for listening to our podcast! If you enjoyed this episode and think that others could benefit from listening, please share it using the social media buttons on this page. Do you have some feedback or questions about this episode? Leave a comment...

Thingamabob
Just "Forensic" Things

Thingamabob

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 69:33


This week Briana and Joshua discuss the Polygraph Test and SA Kits.PATREON: https://www.patreon.com/thingamabobpodTRIGGER WARNING!This episode discusses SA and if that is a trigger for you, listen to the first half where Bri talks about the Polygraph and then stop when you hear the warning before my topic. You can see time stamps below.Time Stamps:Polygraph- 17:20SA Kit- 35:30Sources:Polygraph:America Comes Alive BBCWikipedia A review of the polygraph: history, methodology and current status; by John SynnottSpectrum SA Kits:Important information about what to do and who to contact:Rainn.orgMichigan.govRainnOther Sources:Jane Doe Kit InfoMichigan radioWayne countyCSI EffectEnd the backlogEnd the backlogCNNNew York TimesKym Worthy Ted TalkRainn StatisticsThe AtlanticTheme Song by Olivia Griffin, Briana Fogleman and Joshua Steckelberg

Scicast
CSIcast: ciências forenses (SciCast #457)

Scicast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 134:49


“Ocultação de corpos só é crime se não ocultar direito” Ao melhor estilo CSI, vamos investigar as várias ciências forenses: quais são? pra que servem? Como funcionam? O que eu preciso para trabalhar com isso? As ciências Forenses são a aplicação do conhecimento científico para a resolução de questões legais. Neste episódio discutimos como antropologia, psicologia, linguística, biologia, medicina (humana e veterinária), meteorologia, química podem ter esta aplicação. ⚠ ATENÇÃO! Por se tratar principalmente da área criminal, este episódio tem conteúdo que pode ser desconfortável para algumas pessoas.

Podcasts do Portal Deviante
CSIcast: ciências forenses (SciCast #457)

Podcasts do Portal Deviante

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 134:49


“Ocultação de corpos só é crime se não ocultar direito” Ao melhor estilo CSI, vamos investigar as várias ciências forenses: quais são? pra que servem? Como funcionam? O que eu preciso para trabalhar com isso? As ciências Forenses são a aplicação do conhecimento científico para a resolução de questões legais. Neste episódio discutimos como antropologia, psicologia, linguística, biologia, medicina (humana e veterinária), meteorologia, química podem ter esta aplicação. ⚠ ATENÇÃO! Por se tratar principalmente da área criminal, este episódio tem conteúdo que pode ser desconfortável para algumas pessoas.

Mind Over Murder
BONUS: CSI Writer and Producer David Rambo (Part 3)

Mind Over Murder

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 34:08


Join Mind Over Murder hosts Bill Thomas and Kristin Dilley in a fascinating conversation with David Rambo, writer and producer on the hit TV show CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. This is part 3 of a 3 part episode.David Rambo: https://www.davidrambo.com/New Article in Virginia Gazette: 35 Years Later, Victims' Families in Colonial Parkway Murders Still Searching for Answers, Hope DNA Advances will Solve Case By Em Holter and Abigail Adcoxhttps://www.dailypress.com/virginiagazette/va-vg-colonial-parkway-murders-anniversary-1024-20211022-76jkpte6qvez7onybmhbhp7nfi-story.htmlNew Article in Medium: The Colonial Parkway Murders — A Tale of Two Killers? By Quinn Zanehttps://medium.com/unburied/the-colonial-parkway-murders-a-tale-of-two-killers-1e8fda367a48Washington Post: "Crimes of Passion"https://www.washingtonpost.com/archive/opinions/1997/08/15/crimes-of-passion/0a38e8f9-6d04-48e4-a847-7d3cba53c363/New feature article in the Daily Beast: "Inside the Maddening Search for Virginia's Colonial Parkway Serial Killer"https://www.thedailybeast.com/what-happened-to-cathleen-thomas-and-rebecca-dowski-inside-the-hunt-for-the-colonial-parkway-killerCheck out our new line of "Mind Over Murder" t-shirts and other good stuff !https://www.teepublic.com/stores/mind-over-murder-podcast?ref_id=23885Washington Post Op-Ed Piece by Deidre Enright of the Innocence Project:"The FBI should use DNA, not posters, to solve a cold-case murder" https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/2021/06/25/julie-williams-laura-winans-unsolved-murder-test-dna/New Story on Oxygen: "Loni Coombs Feels A Kinship To 'Lovers' Lane' Victim Cathy Thomas"Loni Coombs felt an immediate connection to Cathy Thomas, a groundbreaking gay woman who broke through barriers at the U.S. Naval Academy before she was brutally murdered along the Colonial Parkway in Virginia.https://www.oxygen.com/crime-news/loni-coombs-feels-a-kinship-to-colonial-parkway-victim-cathy-thomasNext year's CrimeCon will be held April 29-May 1, 2022 in Las Vegas. We will both be there!Details: https://www.crimecon.com/cc22Featured Case from Othram and DNAsolves.com:The Will County Coroner's Office and Othram Team to identify a Young Woman Found in 1981:https://dnasolves.com/articles/will_county_jane_doe_1981/You can contribute to help "Mind Over Murder" do our important work:https://mindovermurderpodcast.com/supportCheck out Mind Over Murder on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mindoverpodcastJoin the Colonial Parkway Murders Facebook page with more than 14,000 followers: https://www.facebook.com/ColonialParkwayCase4 new episodes on the Colonial Parkway Murders are available on Oxygen as "The Lover's Lane Murders." The series is available on the free Oxygen app, Hulu, YouTube, Amazon, and many other platforms. https://www.oxygen.com/lovers-lane-murders Oxygen" "Who Were The Colonial Parkway Murder Victims? 8 Young People All Killed In Virginia Within 4 Years" https://www.oxygen.com/lovers-lane-murders/crime-news/who-were-the-colonial-parkway-murder-victims Washington Post Magazine: "Victims, Families and America's Thirst for True-Crime Stories." "For Bill Thomas, his sister Cathy's murder is a deeply personal tragedy. For millions of true-crime fans, it's entertainment." https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/magazine/wp/2019/07/30/feature/victims-families-and-americas-thirst-for-true-crime-stories/Daily Press excellent series of articles on the Colonial Parkway Murders: "The Parkway" http://digital.dailypress.com/static/parkway_cottage/main/index.htmlNew Colonial Parkway Murders website: https://colonialparkwaymurders.com New Mind Over Murder Podcast website: https://mindovermurderpodcast.comPlease subscribe and rate us at your favorite podcast sites. Ratings and reviews are very important. Please share and tell your friends!We launch a new episode of "Mind Over Murder" every Monday morning.Sponsors: Othram and DNAsolves.comContribute Your DNA to help solve cases: https://dnasolves.com/user/registerFollow "Mind Over Murder" on Twitter: https://twitter.com/MurderOverFollow Bill Thomas on Twitter: https://twitter.com/BillThomas56Follow "Colonial Parkway Murders" on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ColonialParkwayCase/Follow us on InstaGram:: https://www.instagram.com/colonialparkwaymurders/Check out the entire Crawlspace Media network at http://crawlspace-media.com/All rights reserved. Mind Over Murder, Copyright Bill Thomas and Kristin Dilley, Another Dog Productions/Absolute Zero Productions

Grease The Wheels Podcast
Episode 167: The Good, The Bad, & The Ugly

Grease The Wheels Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 74:15


On this week's episode of Grease the Wheels, we get to the long awaited sequel in our ongoing series about service advisors. Now right off the bat, as we have said before and will continue to stand by, this has got to be one of the worst jobs in the entire automotive industry- and quite possibly ranks among the worst jobs on the entire planet! This is one of the things that makes their job ugly. One of the things that separates the good from the bad when it comes to Service Advisors is how they handle promise times on repairs. The good ones typically leave it open ended and put the point of contact on themselves. The bad ones just quote one without taking what else is coming into the shop or parts into account, thus inviting Murphy's law to take center stage and tank a customer's experience with your shop. Also we discuss “diagnosing from the drive on”, which is a big no-no, because it can get you into a lot of trouble when it comes to customer expectations. Also Uncle Jimmy gives you a major hack for what to do when you get a car you don't want to work on: hit them with an estimate that gives them whiplash!  It's a greatest hits album on service advisors as we do a read along of an article called “10 Reasons Why Service Advisors Fail”Also Uncle Jimmy has ‘nam flashbacks about working in parts stores and rewrites Dante's Inferno to include irrational people with broken cars with- “I can explain it to you, but I can't understand it for you” being the new “Abandon all hope ye who enter here” We want to hear your irrationally bad CSI horror stories!This episode is distributed by The Wrenching Network. Whether you're a technician, a mechanic, or someone who just loves the car scene, The Wrenching Network is a place that you have to check out. Also make sure you follow Curien from a look live from SEMA!  

Escape From Vault Disney
Viking Warrior Women

Escape From Vault Disney

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 48:45


This week, the randomizer goes all the way back to 2019 to make us watch everyone's favorite kind of Disney+ branded content, a NatGeo special! Fun. Specifically, a special that answers the question, "How do we take the inherently interesting topic of badass female Viking warriors and somehow turn it into the most boring sludge of meaningless CSI and Diet David Fincher aesthetics you've ever tried to stay awake through?" Leave it to NatGeo! Join Tony Goldmark, Haley Baker Callahan, Ryan Hipp and Jen Seggio as they battle some VIKING WARRIOR WOMEN! Check out my guests' stuff! HALEY BAKER CALLAHAN Twitter: https://twitter.com/Tricksterbelle  YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/Tricksterbelle  RYAN HIPP Twitter: https://twitter.com/RyanHippFTW  YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/theryanhipp   JEN SEGGIO Blog: https://upontheshelfreviews.wordpress.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cassies_island YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/TheITinFIT   And check out this show on social media! Twitter: https://twitter.com/efvdpodcast Host's Twitter: https://twitter.com/tonygoldmark Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/972385353152531 YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/tonygoldmark Hear new episodes a day early by supporting this show on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/tonygoldmark

Kevin McCullough Radio
20211102KMC - Davis, CSI

Kevin McCullough Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 55:45


20211102KMC - Davis, CSI by Kevin McCullough Radio

All Things Crime
CSI Sheryl McCollum Talks Brian Laundrie Part 2

All Things Crime

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 19:33


How many strange things can happen in one case? Why did the Moab Police allow Brian Laundrie anywhere near Gabby Petito again after they had been separated for the night? Sheryl and I discuss it in this episode!The Brian Laundrie and Gabby Petito case is one of the most bizarre and tragic cases in recent history. And will likely go down as not only a preventable murder, but also as a tragedy, coverup and lesson in parenting that most of us will never see again.CSI, Emmy Award Winner, President of Cold Case Investigative Research Institute and all around amazing woman Sheryl McCollum allowed me to join her in the "Batcave", aka her CSI room, and discuss some of the latest news while I was in Georgia. All Things Crime is a new, comprehensive video series that will explore every aspect of crime and the ensuing investigation, one video interview at a time. The host, Jared Bradley, is the President of M-Vac Systems, which is a wet-vacuum based forensic DNA collection system, and has experience traveling the world training all levels of law enforcement and crime lab DNA analysts in using the M-Vac to help solve crime. Along the way he has met people from all walks of life and experience in investigating crimes, so is putting that knowledge to use in another way by sharing it in these videos.If you are interested in more videos about the M-Vac, DNA and investigations, also check out the M-Vac's channel @https://www.youtube.com/c/MVacSystems...

Is It for Reel
IIFR E67: Practical Magic

Is It for Reel

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 93:18


It's Halloween, so our brave podders put caution to the wind and watched Practical Magic.  So bust out your biggest blenders, check out zillow listings where they don't stone witches, and be sure to watch some CSI before embarking on a murder. Oh and remember, sisters!!!!

WebTalkRadio.net
Living a Life of Communication & Integrity

WebTalkRadio.net

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021


Kevin E. West is an author, speaker and veteran television actor. You've seen him on The Righteous Gemstones, Hawaii Five-0, Criminal Minds, Bones, Castle, Justified Lost, 24, NCIS, CSI, and dozens of other programs. He also transcends the generational gap by providing forward thinking initiatives. Today he joins Dr. Lycka to talk about living his […] The post Living a Life of Communication & Integrity appeared first on WebTalkRadio.net.

Bankadelic: The colorful side of finance
SPECIAL EPISODE: TRICK OR TECH: THE BANKADELIC HALLOWEEN SPOOKTACULAR

Bankadelic: The colorful side of finance

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 30:24


In 2021, the financial services world saw a lot of tech jargon and goblin-de-gook, as well as Great Pumkins carrying lots of promising fintech goodies. In a conversation so engaging it's scary, Bankadelic hosts five financial all-stars to talk about the hype, the hope and all things tech that took center stage in 2021--whether they deserved to or not. Our guests: Paul Davis of Strategic Resource Management Danny Piangerelli of Sensibill Martina Schubert of LenderClose Cyrus Taheri of Mambu and Steven Ward of CSI

Mind Over Murder
BONUS: CSI Writer and Producer David Rambo (Part2)

Mind Over Murder

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 45:03


Join Mind Over Murder hosts Bill Thomas and Kristin Dilley in a fascinating conversation with David Rambo, writer and producer on the hit TV show CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. This is part 2 of a 3 part episode.David Rambo: https://www.davidrambo.com/New Article in Virginia Gazette: 35 Years Later, Victims' Families in Colonial Parkway Murders Still Searching for Answers, Hope DNA Advances will Solve Case By Em Holter and Abigail Adcoxhttps://www.dailypress.com/virginiagazette/va-vg-colonial-parkway-murders-anniversary-1024-20211022-76jkpte6qvez7onybmhbhp7nfi-story.htmlNew Article in Medium: The Colonial Parkway Murders — A Tale of Two Killers? By Quinn Zanehttps://medium.com/unburied/the-colonial-parkway-murders-a-tale-of-two-killers-1e8fda367a48Washington Post: "Crimes of Passion"https://www.washingtonpost.com/archive/opinions/1997/08/15/crimes-of-passion/0a38e8f9-6d04-48e4-a847-7d3cba53c363/New feature article in the Daily Beast: "Inside the Maddening Search for Virginia's Colonial Parkway Serial Killer"https://www.thedailybeast.com/what-happened-to-cathleen-thomas-and-rebecca-dowski-inside-the-hunt-for-the-colonial-parkway-killerCheck out our new line of "Mind Over Murder" t-shirts and other good stuff !https://www.teepublic.com/stores/mind-over-murder-podcast?ref_id=23885Washington Post Op-Ed Piece by Deidre Enright of the Innocence Project:"The FBI should use DNA, not posters, to solve a cold-case murder" https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/2021/06/25/julie-williams-laura-winans-unsolved-murder-test-dna/New Story on Oxygen: "Loni Coombs Feels A Kinship To 'Lovers' Lane' Victim Cathy Thomas"Loni Coombs felt an immediate connection to Cathy Thomas, a groundbreaking gay woman who broke through barriers at the U.S. Naval Academy before she was brutally murdered along the Colonial Parkway in Virginia.https://www.oxygen.com/crime-news/loni-coombs-feels-a-kinship-to-colonial-parkway-victim-cathy-thomasNext year's CrimeCon will be held April 29-May 1, 2022 in Las Vegas. We will both be there!Details: https://www.crimecon.com/cc22Featured Case from Othram and DNAsolves.com:The Will County Coroner's Office and Othram Team to identify a Young Woman Found in 1981:https://dnasolves.com/articles/will_county_jane_doe_1981/You can contribute to help "Mind Over Murder" do our important work:https://mindovermurderpodcast.com/supportCheck out Mind Over Murder on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mindoverpodcastJoin the Colonial Parkway Murders Facebook page with more than 14,000 followers: https://www.facebook.com/ColonialParkwayCase4 new episodes on the Colonial Parkway Murders are available on Oxygen as "The Lover's Lane Murders." The series is available on the free Oxygen app, Hulu, YouTube, Amazon, and many other platforms. https://www.oxygen.com/lovers-lane-murders Oxygen" "Who Were The Colonial Parkway Murder Victims? 8 Young People All Killed In Virginia Within 4 Years" https://www.oxygen.com/lovers-lane-murders/crime-news/who-were-the-colonial-parkway-murder-victims Washington Post Magazine: "Victims, Families and America's Thirst for True-Crime Stories." "For Bill Thomas, his sister Cathy's murder is a deeply personal tragedy. For millions of true-crime fans, it's entertainment." https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/magazine/wp/2019/07/30/feature/victims-families-and-americas-thirst-for-true-crime-stories/Daily Press excellent series of articles on the Colonial Parkway Murders: "The Parkway" http://digital.dailypress.com/static/parkway_cottage/main/index.htmlNew Colonial Parkway Murders website: https://colonialparkwaymurders.com New Mind Over Murder Podcast website: https://mindovermurderpodcast.comPlease subscribe and rate us at your favorite podcast sites. Ratings and reviews are very important. Please share and tell your friends!We launch a new episode of "Mind Over Murder" every Monday morning.Sponsors: Othram and DNAsolves.comContribute Your DNA to help solve cases: https://dnasolves.com/user/registerFollow "Mind Over Murder" on Twitter: https://twitter.com/MurderOverFollow Bill Thomas on Twitter: https://twitter.com/BillThomas56Follow "Colonial Parkway Murders" on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ColonialParkwayCase/Follow us on InstaGram:: https://www.instagram.com/colonialparkwaymurders/Check out the entire Crawlspace Media network at http://crawlspace-media.com/All rights reserved. Mind Over Murder, Copyright Bill Thomas and Kristin Dilley, Another Dog Productions/Absolute Zero Productions

Small Town Murder
#247 - A Halloween Haunted House Killing - Dimmitt, Texas

Small Town Murder

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 170:24


This week, in Dimmitt, Texas, rumors spread throughout the area about a haunted house, on the outskirts of town, where witches live, and devil worshippers have ceremonies & sacrifices. This, of course, makes every teenager around want nothing more than to go, and check out what's happening there, and maybe catch a glimpse of a ghost, or at the very least, something supernatural. On Halloween night, a particular group of kids drives out to the home, and end up with much more than they bargained for. But who really committed the murder? There are more theories than anyone can count, and a couple of self proclaimed witches are left with the blame! Along the way, we find out that quilts take a long time to make, that you can't just fire guns off, at will , and that maybe you shouldn't drive out to the allegedly haunted house on Halloween night!! Hosted by James Pietragallo & Jimmie Whisman New episodes every Thursday! Donate at: patreon.com/crimeinsports or go to paypal.com & use our email: crimeinsports@gmail.com Go to shutupandgivememurder.com for all things Small Town Murder & Crime In Sports! Follow us on...twitter.com/@murdersmallfacebook.com/smalltownpodinstagram.com/smalltownmurder Also, check out James & Jimmie's other show, Crime In Sports! On iTunes, Stitcher, or wherever you listen to podcasts

CBS This Morning
'CSI: Crime Scene Investigation" creator on the success of the franchise and returning with "CSI: Vegas"

CBS This Morning

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 12:59


Anthony Zuiker, television writer and producer, joins CBS Saturday Morning co-host Michelle Miller to discuss the return of CSI to CBS with "CSI: Vegas." Zuiker shares what lead to the development and idea of the original "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation" series that ran for 15 years. He tells Miller what fans can expect from the new series.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

All Things Crime
CSI Sheryl McCollum Talks Brian Laundrie Part 1

All Things Crime

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 16:39


The Brian Laundrie and Gabby Petito case is one of the most bizarre and tragic cases in recent history. And will likely go down as not only a preventable murder, but also as a tragedy, coverup and lesson in parenting that most of us will never see again.CSI, Emmy Award Winner, President of Cold Case Investigative Research Institute and all around amazing woman Sheryl McCollum allowed me to join her in the "Batcave", aka her CSI room, and discuss some of the latest news while I was in Georgia. All Things Crime is a new, comprehensive video series that will explore every aspect of crime and the ensuing investigation, one video interview at a time. The host, Jared Bradley, is the President of M-Vac Systems, which is a wet-vacuum based forensic DNA collection system, and has experience traveling the world training all levels of law enforcement and crime lab DNA analysts in using the M-Vac to help solve crime. Along the way he has met people from all walks of life and experience in investigating crimes, so is putting that knowledge to use in another way by sharing it in these videos.If you are interested in more videos about the M-Vac, DNA and investigations, also check out the M-Vac's channel @https://www.youtube.com/c/MVacSystems...

I Survived Theatre School
Ammar Daraiseh

I Survived Theatre School

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 88:46


Intro: Gina ordered her theatre school transcriptsLet Me Run This By You: knowing when to let go, moments of clarityInterview: We talk to Ammar Daraiseh about being an MFA, homesickness, Joe Slowik and Bella Itkin, Joe Mantegna, type casting, being a middle eastern actor, Sweet Smell of Success, film noir. www.ammardaraiseh.com - there is where you can watch Ammar's acting reel and my short films he produced www.karenkanas.com - Ammar's wife's website FULL TRANSCRIPT (unedited):2 (10s):And I'm Gina . We went to theater school1 (12s):Together. We survived it, but we didn't quite understand it. 20 years later,2 (16s):We're digging deep talking to our guests about their experiences and trying to make sense of it all1 (21s):Theater school. And you will too. Are we famous yet?2 (34s):Frog into my, my morning frog out of my throat yet. How you doing? I am. Wow. I have a lot to talk to you about, oh, I1 (45s):Half expected you to have red hair this morning.2 (49s):Oh, do you think I should. I okay. But like, did you see the picture? I put a run Lola run. I mean, that might be a little hard to maintain.1 (59s):It's super hard to make, like you'll, you'll have to be the salon and read six weeks at least, or four weeks for root touch-up. But I mean, I personally think the routes coming in would look cool, but wow. Yeah,2 (1m 13s):The whole rally thing. Well, I'll keep you posted cause I, I definitely want to do something different, much different what's going on. Okay. So first thing I'll just get out of the way is for fun, because we're always trying to remember our classes and who taught and what gear we did, everything I ordered my transcript, which unfortunately does not have the names of your professors. Just, yeah, it just has the name of the class and my grades were fair, not great. Like I had a 3.5 or something like that, which I would have, I thought in my memory that I got really good grades in college, but they were really just pretty average.2 (2m 1s):But guess what my lowest grade was in1 (2m 8s):Was it, was it, well, the easy choice is add Colleen,2 (2m 13s):My C my, my one and only see mine was an intro to psychology. I was talking to my husband about it and he goes, yeah, I got a low grade too. He's like, we were just basically saying, this is all too real. We're not ready yet. I think1 (2m 40s):That's a great observation by him.2 (2m 44s):See my whole areas. It's just hilarious. And then in other classes where I was sure, you know, I was hated like an alcohol use class in that I got A's so my God isn't that it's also subjective, like our, our experiences, something as subjective and then our memory about something totally changing. Only subjective as the years go by. Right.1 (3m 7s):It's not just subjective. It's yeah. It's very like mutating subjects, right? Yeah. That's crazy. Oh my God. So you ordered your transcript. Okay. Now you have a transcript2 (3m 21s):And guess what? Anybody can, it's 25 cents. Like if you have, if you haven't ordered, like you have a certain number, you can get in a certain period of time. And so your first one is 25 cents. You,1 (3m 33s):Anybody else want to have a transcript? You2 (3m 36s):Could relive your, your grades. Oh my gosh. Might find some surprises. Do you think you would find some surprises in your1 (3m 42s):I'm? Sure. I mean, I know for a fact that I, that I, I was supposed to drop a class, a, a non, obviously non theater school class, and I never dropped it. So if you don't drop it, you get an F. So I got an F in, like, I want to say it was like sociology or something like that. And I almost didn't graduate because they thought, yeah. And so you can't, I knew it was like, I remember my last year, my senior year, I had to like, do all kinds of regular role. And the other thing is that I didn't do was one year, one quarter or something you had to like re up your financial aid and I didn't do that.1 (4m 24s):So I didn't pay for like a quarter. And they were like, yeah, you're, I'm so shocked. I graduated. I don't know what was happening. They were like, yeah, you have to pay.2 (4m 35s):I had to do some real tap dancing to my parents graduate.1 (4m 39s):Yeah, I remember that, but I don't. Yeah. I I'm sort of scared to look at the grades. I don't.2 (4m 46s):Yeah. I mean, whatever, it's like a grade and acting school is just kind of funny. It should probably be, and maybe at some schools it is pass, fail. It just should be pass, fail. Like you either got it. Or you didn't get it. You either write forth effort or you didn't. Right. So that's kind of, wow. Okay. And update on surprises. Because last week I was saying like, I'm open to surprise. And it worked, which is to say, I think pretty much not that like some big surprise came falling out of the sky, like is what, the thing that I was really after. But instead I did, I took my own advice and like pursued, doing something differently.2 (5m 27s):And on Saturday we ended up, I just on Friday night when Aaron came home, I said, I want to have fun tomorrow, but I've got to get out of this house. I've got to get out of this town. And so he searched up like fun things to do. And he found something which actually was terrible, but it didn't matter because it was different. And we, it was a car. It was, it, it was promoting itself as some like amazing fall festival with all this kind of stuff. And it was literally a carnival, like the Carney trucks. It's amazing.1 (6m 7s):Like, yeah. Right. Oh, well they had some good marketing.2 (6m 11s):Yeah, they sure did. Cause it was listed as the number one thing to do in my state this weekend, the state and the state and the state. But even, maybe it was a slow weekend and we had fun. Anyway, we had fun. We went to a town we've never been to, we spent time together. You know, it, it was fine. It was good. And more importantly, I feel like it, it just doing something like that and genders like, okay, what else can you do? What else? You know? So I think that, that was the important thing is that it opened me up to1 (6m 43s):Novelty. Did anyone else, did anyone get hurt on a ride?2 (6m 48s):No, but the whole time I was like, I bet this is going to be one of those times where one, we're one of these things just going to go flying off into the, so if you really want to call it,1 (6m 58s):If you really want to go down a crazy dark rabbit hole, like, okay, well I'm obsessed with fail videos fails. You know, if you watch carnival fails. Oh my God. And most of them are deadly. Thank God. But they're just like, where thing flies off. Or like, like a lot of times what you have is cell phones going crazy or birds like birds attacking people on rollercoasters is one of my favorite things to watch. It's not that the bird is attacking. It's at the bird is just trying to fucking fly. And it runs smack into a person on rollercoaster, the best thing you've ever seen.1 (7m 38s):But the sad thing is 90% of the time the bird dies, you know? But like, because the velocity, the force is so great, but it's pretty freaking funny. People are filming themselves usually like right then all of a sudden, a huge pigeon like common. So carnival fails is, is one thing where like someone's standing there like videotaping their friend on the tilt, a whirl or whatever the hell it is and a bolt or something goes with. And they're like, oh, that was a part of the ride. So2 (8m 13s):You're standing there as an adult. I mean, as a kid, you're just like, this is the most amazing thing ever. But as you're sitting there as an adult, you just can see like the hinges where things fold up into the, you know, and you're just like, this is just, we're just all hoping that nothing bad happens, right. Best you can do is cross your fingers and hope for the best. Right.1 (8m 33s):And the other thing is that I I'm obsessed with watching is those Slingshot videos. So some people pass out, pass out or like people's weaves fall, fly off and like, or, well, yeah, like people pass out, but I like when things fly off or when just people say really weird stuff or like, yeah. But those2 (8m 55s):Slingshots are horrible. They look horrible ever. I would never, of course, of course, where I'm sure many people have been slung right off into an alligator pit ever at the museum again. Oh, that's crazy. Okay. So the, the big O thing that changed for me since I last talked to you and I'm fighting the urge since yesterday to call you for the podcast, I haven't heard the podcast. Well, I wrote down the headline is I'm going to do this in a politic way organization on the brink of collapse, ALEKS new leadership to ensure its future spends next two years, undermining their, every effort says leadership.2 (9m 40s):We quit. I have quit the organization organization that I have dedicated a lot of hours to serving. And it happened. Yeah. It happened after a meeting last night that went left and it didn't even honestly, as these things, are, it didn't even go as left as it's gone. There's been times where it's gone so much further skew, but all of us just had it. And actually after our interview today, I have, we have an emergency meeting to talk about it, but my decision is made, I quit.2 (10m 25s):I fully quit. Like I'm, I'm happy to help transition or whatever. And yeah, that happened inside. Like how did you come to the, like what happened in, what have you? Yeah. So this is kind of like a combination, just like what I wanted to talk to you about. And then also what I want to run by you because, you know, I just wrote that blog post about like how I meant examining myself in relationships and how I sometimes in the past have just, you know, one day just up and left. And the first time I did that, that felt the way that actually this thing felt last night was when I broke up with my first boyfriend in high school, it was literally like I was asleep.2 (11m 10s):I shot up out of bed, like in a movie. And I said, I've got to break up with this guy. And I got my clothes on and I got in my car and I drove over to his house and I walked into his house. I didn't knock the door. I walked in the house, he was in the bathroom getting ready. I, I had a little box of his shit. I go here by, I walked, he's following help cheetah. What's the matter, what's the matter. And I left. I mean, we, we did speak after that. And actually I had a couple of really crazy incidents with him even like later in life when I ran into him as an adult. But, and you know, that was terrible of me to do that was terrible.2 (11m 51s):But now I understand that it was because I lacked the ability to say along the way I don't like this. And I don't like that. And just kind of kept putting up with it and putting up with it. And I think my big takeaway from how I conducted myself in this organization is that I put up with stuff and put up with stuff that I really should have found more backbone along the way to say, I don't like the way you're talking to me. I don't like the way you're treating me. And in fact, I had the group of people that I work with. It I'm basically the leader of, you know, they were constantly expressing to me that they felt really abused by this group. And I would validate that and listen to them and agree with them.2 (12m 36s):But then when it came time to going back to the group, I fell short of saying, this will not stand. You know what I mean? I never did that. I never put my foot down and said, this that's enough because I was trying to do it in this way that I feel you're kind of supposed to do as a leader of something you're supposed to keep a level head. And it's really, frankly, it's a lot like being a therapist, you take people's projections and you take their shit and you, and you're able to see, okay, this thing is about me. This thing is not about me. This is just you projecting your shit onto me and you try to like, keep it moving for.2 (13m 17s):Good. Great. And it's not that we never responded with, like, this is not a feedback. Yeah. But it, I mean, obviously it didn't work. It didn't get us to where we needed to go. So we ended the meeting yesterday. I stayed on and talked to my cohort. I said, you guys, I'm, I'm done. And there was seven of us and only four of us were, were talking after cause or five of us. So there was two people who had no idea, but, but four of us said, we're ready to, oh.2 (13m 58s):And I spent three hours last night writing a letter that just basically told the whole history and laid it out. Exactly why, you know? And I wrote it as like, we came to this decision. I don't know if we're coming to this decision because we have to have our meeting later and I just laid it all out. And I just said, you know, basically we're at cross purposes here. Like you asked us to do something that we are doing and you don't like the way we're doing it. So it's fundamentally not going to work out. Wow. I was all revved up. I stayed awake until two 30.2 (14m 38s):Sure. Yeah. I've been there got three hours of sleep. Holy shit. Feeling great. 1 (15m 0s):Good for you. I mean, I think the other thing is like, yeah. I mean, I think that when things, something isn't working, yeah. I've always struggled with knowing when to, when to leave something and like when to, I never knew, okay. Like even stupid shit, like staying home, sick from school. So like, my mom always taught us, like, you never do that unless your like hand is falling off and even then you try to go. But so then in my adult life, when I never knew when was the time to listen to yourself?1 (15m 43s):Yeah. Or to call it quits. Yes. Right, right. To listen to myself or like, was that, and I always second guessed myself for a long time. And even like, like I remember having like a date, you know, with, with a friend or she was really like a mentor, like an authority figure. That's always when it gets really kicked up. And I didn't know, like if I was sick or just wasn't feeling off, should I cancel? Would they be mad at me? Would I, could I take care of myself? What did taking care of myself look like? Because sometimes, and people would say like, people would, I would ask for advice and they say, sometimes taking care of yourself means staying home. Sometimes it means pushed through a little bit.1 (16m 25s):I never knew what, how to do that. So I never had a gauge. So it sounds like you're learning finally to like, or like you're coming to the thing of like this, this is not right. This is not working for me. And, and, and I'm going to make a bold move and then I'm going to stick by that bold move. And also knowing that like, you know, it's, it's a, it's a, it's a move that right. That you can back up that you feel done and that you don't need to ask for reassurance or like try to, but that you're done.1 (17m 9s):I mean, I think that's really great. I mean, I think it's part of being a self-actualized adult to know when something's over and, and why it's over and how to do it. Right. How to end it right by you for you versus like the right thing that people want you to do. Oh,2 (17m 27s):100% that, and that thing that you're describing about the way that we need to be able to differentiate when I'm just feeling avoidant versus when I really need to, that is such a crucial part of a person's development. And I can say, as a parent, it's pretty hard to teach because you're like, I don't know. Do you really feel sick or really just not want to go to school? Like it's, it's tricky.1 (17m 56s):I, I mean, I can't imagine doing that with someone else because I literally am just now learning at 46, how to do it with myself. So like, like I can't imagine being, because the second guessing it's so interesting. It's like, it's like my, my growing up, it was, yeah, it was literally like, you, you didn't ever, you always muscled through, but I guess the, the, the, and it's like, how do you know that muscling through is too much? What is the answer? Like, you're dead. Like, that's going to be how you found out. Like, I remember this and it wasn't just my parents.1 (18m 38s):Like I remember my aunts, my aunts had a cleaning business. Okay. My mom's sister and her and her wife, or at the time her girlfriend, they had a cleaning business. So they cleaned people's houses. And at the end of, I think it was, I don't know which some play I was in at the rescue. And it must have been, I think it had to be it wasn't yellow boat. So it had to be this other search for delicious. Anyway, I was really sick. And, you know, obviously we, we still do performances when we're sick. That's another thing that needs to change. Right. And they're trying to change people's trenches anyway, I'm sick as a dog and I I'm sick as a dog. And I, I had to schlep my shit from the Myrtle Ruskin.1 (19m 19s):And the next day I was supposed to clean houses with my aunt. Like I was helping her. She gave me like a part-time job, but I'm so sick. And the night before I call, I'm literally like, like I'm hacking up blood. It turned out I had pneumonia and I had to go to the, it, it was, it was crazy. But my aunt was so mad at me that I had to bail. She shamed me. She was like, I can't believe you let me down. I literally can't talk. And she's she? And you know, she was the adult and I was a young adult, but she was anyway, the point is it, wasn't just my parents. It's a whole thing of like, how could you leave us?2 (19m 54s):We're going to have to talk about this with Molly Smith, Metzler, who we're going to be talking to in like maybe next week or the week after who's the creator and showrunner of a major television series. That's based on a book because this theme comes up in that series. And it's, it's something related also to, I don't know. I don't really remember if you told me that your mom's family grew up with money or without money, but1 (20m 21s):Without with, with, and then without, so they, they had it in Columbia and they didn't have it here.2 (20m 27s):Yeah. So people without money, I mean, it's, it's true. The, the decision about muscling through it is really, usually one about survival. Like you don't have the option, but for people who are, you know, in our situation now, I mean, I think the only way you really learn that for yourself, whether you should stay in through or not is with experience of, well this time when I didn't feel like doing something, and then I did it, I felt better this time when I didn't feel like something doing something. And I did it, I felt worse. Like, and just trying to build up the data as to say, this is an example of a time, like just, just the ability to be able to at, at our age, we've had enough experience that we can think through almost any set of, you know, like, okay, well, if I go to this thing, like, I think you were talking about you, miles was at the hospital getting checked out for a possible recurrence of his cancer and you were doing a reading.2 (21m 32s):Oh, oh,1 (21m 33s):It was the worst. It was insane. I was in the chapel at the hospital trying to memorize lines for a fucking 10 minute play reading that was supposed to be on book. And then they told me it was off book. And then2 (21m 46s):You weren't getting paid for that. Wasn't going to advance your career in any way. Yeah. That's what I'm talking about. This is, and so the, the thing I really want to run by you is about like moments of clarity and really you can't force a moment of clarity it to me, or maybe you can, I can't, it just comes to you, you know, it just, it just comes to you for me, it comes to me in a moment and it just feels like on ambivalent, there's no question. This is what I have to do. This is what I can't do. This is what I can do. And I think the only way you get there is with time.1 (22m 25s):Yeah. Yeah. I mean, I think it's time and I think you're right. I think it's like trying it out. Like I tried this, it went horribly wrong or I tried this and yeah. And also, yeah, I think right there was this thing too, of like, there's also this thing I feel, and maybe this also goes back to the, the working class. I don't know what it is, but it's like people wanting to end things the quote right. Way. So like my, my mom was always big on like, you know, and my dad about like, having a conversation, like having to sit down with people and say, Hey, this is how I feel.1 (23m 11s):And like, it was a cop-out to like send an email or a cop-out to, but that's also kind of, garbagy like, people am things the way they can end them in the moment. And they, I don't know, I don't hold it against people for ending things the way. Look, it, would it be great if we could have closure and like, stuff like that. But like, what if, I don't know, I'm just like all for now, people doing things the way that they feel like in the moment they need to do them. Like, I don't, like I used to get into, like, I remember like leaving a sponsor relationship and she was so she was not well in my view.1 (23m 53s):And she was, and I've sent her an email and she really wanted to have a sit down. And yes, there's two things are true. Like, I was really scared to sit down with her and tell her, like, I think you're fucked up and this isn't working for me or whatever, but I also didn't feel safe enough to do that.2 (24m 10s):Yeah. Yes. That's. The other thing is if we lived in a world where it was a given that everybody was being forthright and honest and was themselves in constant dialogue about their strengths and weaknesses, and was B you know, if we lived in a world where everybody was operating from a basic level of like honesty and good intentions, then this problem would be much easier to these types of problems would be much easier to resolve because you'd say, well, I mean, it just would be a given, like, of course nobody would want to see me suffering to do.2 (24m 51s):Of course, they'd rather, you know, but you can't, that's not the situation in most cases. So you literally can only rely on your own understanding of yourself. Right.1 (25m 1s):Different context. Right. And I know that there's, there's the there that looking back, I wish I had ended things differently in a lot of different ways, but I did what I, I did what I could, you know, I did really could, but I just remember it being like my, my dad being like, you know, you should really sit down with them and talk to them and being like, you know, why like, okay, I, I hear what you're saying. So when people, yeah. I think, I think being willing to have conversations and having hard will being willing and open and available to having hard conversations with people is so much more difficult than people make it out to be.1 (25m 41s):Because like you're saying, it takes, it has all it takes. It's all these things come into play. It's not just like, I'm going to be a mature adult and do this the right way. It's like, what am I willing to have? What can I handle? You know,2 (25m 55s):W what can I handle? And, you know, in some cases, if an issue is really contentious, it becomes, you know, if I sit down with this person and really try to, they might actually further harm me. Like, I I've already had that experience with some people in this group that where I've decided, okay, the approach is I have to call this person. Right. I have to say, Hey, we're, you know, not seeing eye to eye. And a couple of times when I did that, it turned out fine. Right. And a couple of times when I did that, I thought,1 (26m 26s):Why did I do that? Yeah.2 (26m 28s):Like, not just, that was bad for me, but that was bad for them. And I feel like, I, I feel like I took us several steps backwards just because this person's mentally unwell and I'm able to have like a reasonable back and forth in a conflict.1 (26m 42s):Right. So it's, it's, it's a lot more complicated, I think, than people people think. And also right when you're done, you're done. And when you're done, it's like, how can I extricate myself and not try to cause further harm to other people, but also not trying to cause further harm to myself.2 (27m 3s):Yeah. Yeah. Which is literally, you're the1 (27m 6s):Only person who can do that. Right. That's nobody else's job. Right. Somebody else's job. Holy shit. Well, congratulations.2 (27m 14s):Thank you. So how are you doing1 (27m 16s):Well, this is, I'm pretty good. I'm on, I'm so weird. I don't even know. I don't think I told you this last Wednesday. I had a zoom look. I haven't had any auditions in a long time. Last Wednesday. I had a zoom audition for a film being shot in Chicago. And of course, and now I'm on, I'm on hold for it. I'm on check avail for films in Chicago. And it's a big film. And it's, I'm like, what2 (27m 43s):If it's going to start filming, like on one, the one-year anniversary of the day you guys went there and then had to stay,1 (27m 50s):Well, the thing is, it starts filming Monday, but I oh yeah. For a month. But I, I, my part is super, super small. So I doubt I I'm thinking it's a one or two days shoot. If I book it and you know, the difference of, I mean, I feel like petrified of getting it because I'm, I'm just, I I'm, we're really, you know, that's my first go-to, but I also felt like it was the first time in an audition where I was like, you know, like, how can we talk about this on here? But like, how willing am I to treat myself? Like, shit, I'm not anymore as much. So like, no matter what happens if I, if I, you know, I'm not even sure I want to be an actor.1 (28m 36s):Right. So, so I, I have to get clear about that. I, so if I'm not really sure that this is my life's path, then, then, then the reason that I'm scared is definitely old stuff of being approved of and making a fool of myself and feeling like all is lost if I screw up, like, so that's what I'm working with. It's not so much that this is my dream. And I want so badly to be in this film that I'm so nervous. It is old stuff, which doesn't mean that it makes it easier, but it's just clear. So I'm getting clear. So I was like, all right, if that's the case, then how can I work with that? And I just, I just had, I was like, you know what?1 (29m 17s):I'm not going to pretend that I don't care because I do, but I'm also not going to, I just put my foot down in terms of beating, being, being cruel to myself, I put my foot down. I said, I am not, I am not willing to berate, belittle and hurt myself if I screw this up. Or if I don't get it, or if I do get it, I am not no longer willing. I'm just going to have to set some boundary with myself about my, my, how far am I willing to go with my, with my weirdness craziness and, and self abuse. And I just, so I didn't go there and now I'm on top of avail.1 (29m 59s):I mean, you know, it's like, it, I'm not saying they're totally related, but I'm just saying like, it makes sense to me.2 (30m 5s):Yeah. It makes sense. Because every time you go further and that's been the case like over the last year or the, we talked about this every time you you're like, I don't, I, you let it go. And all of a sudden,1 (30m 17s):Yeah. And like, no matter, I think the, for me, the freedom lies in no matter how badly I do or think I do, no matter how awful rotten, I may screw this up in my head, or even in real life screwed up because it happened, I am not willing to treat myself like a piece of shit. Like that's where I got to, because I thought that is the only thing I have control over really, really the evidence shows that I have control. And even that is questionable sometimes. But if I'm going to have control or ownership over anything, let it be about how I treat myself as I go through this experience or I'll still do it, or else not stop auditioning because this doesn't, this is not.1 (31m 7s):And so I thought, okay, okay, can I, can I, and I, and I, I really was like, I was like, breathe. You know, it's a zoom audition, it's weird breathe. And it was just me in casting. And then I just went right to check avail, but which is great, but two scenes and w and we'll see, but I think it just, it's all fodder for like, can I put, can I stop treating myself terribly well,2 (31m 32s):Well, you know, one thing for certain, you can never go wrong when that's your guiding principle, you can go wrong when your guiding principle is, will they like me? And is it okay at, am I good enough? You know, but you'll never go wrong with when you're trying to set when you're just trying to do something intentionally. I mean, that's kind of what we're talking about is like being extremely intentional, right. Instead of reactive about right. How do I want to wind my way through the situation? What do I want my, this is just a concept that I really am new to, what do I want out of the situation? How do I want to reflect back on how I conducted myself, forget about what I want them to do.2 (32m 13s):Right. Because that's what I've been focused on my whole life, the other person to do.1 (32m 17s):Right. I, I, how can I make, how can I, how can I yeah. Make this easier for them, better for them read their mind, do what they want me to do. And I'm like, oh my God, that, that, that not only forget, it's not, it can't happen because in my make-believe mind that that, that doesn't come into play, but it, it, it feels terrible. And it, and it increases my anxiety and depression because it's so, it's so unattainable. So at least if I, if, like you said, like, if I'm the, if I'm the problem, right. If I'm the problem, that means that I'm also inside of me is also the, when the solution, the success, you know, that, thank God.2 (33m 7s):Yeah. Yeah. Thank God. Yeah. That's the best news. So I have, I actually was just a couple of days ago thinking about you and your career paths and, and, and like the things that you have described to me, like you, you basically pursued acting because of your relationship with this other person who you wanted to emulate. And then you basically, you know, got the job as the, as the Hollywood assistant when somebody else came. I mean, it was all kind of, you know, not, maybe not that intentional.2 (33m 50s):And I remember having like, kind of a aha thought about it. I should have written it down because it's not occurring to me right now, but it was something about like, maybe it was just that the further she goes in figuring out the basic questions about what she really likes and what she really wants, this is going to be less and less of a thing. Like, you're the thing that you you've said a lot. Like maybe I should work at seven 11. Maybe I should work at this bakery. I don't know. There's something to it that I feel maybe it's that I feel you're really changing for yourself right now.2 (34m 35s):I see you approaching things with a lot more intentionality1 (34m 38s):And you know, what was so crazy is that I think this podcast for us is a way of actually looking at all that stuff. So like, even if the POC, I mean, I hope it goes, goes a global. And, but even if it's just for you and I to look at what the hell am I doing? Who am I, how, how can I make things better for myself? And thus be a better like kinder human probably for everybody else. Then that was all worth it. Because it's like, I could not keep going the way I was going and expect to be happy, or even at peace or even do something fun. Like I had to look at like, wait, wait, wait, what is underneath all this?1 (35m 20s):Like, I should just work at seven 11. And, and I, you know, and we say, this we've said this before, but like, I want to be clear, seven 11 is not the problem. I am the problem. Right? So like you work at seven 11. That's not what I'm saying. What I'm saying is that, like, for me, what using that is as an excuse and our tool to try to figure out like, okay, where do I belong? That's what it is like, where do I belong? Where do I want to belong? Where can I contribute? But also, like you say, like, what do I want, where do I want to belong?2 (35m 54s):It's actually the, are you my mother phenomenon? You know? But in this case regarding like, where's your place in the world instead of wandering around wondering like who's in charge of you or whatever, it's that it's, which actually they're both the same thing. They're both about belonging. Right. But instead of you making it about, I guess that's what it is just like, instead of you making about another person or another institution or another entity, you're figuring out where you're guiding your own self1 (36m 21s):And myself and like, yeah, that's just it. Where do I belong? And I don't know yet, but I I'm pretty sure it's not at the am PM. Do you know what I mean? I just don't know that that's going to do it for me.2 (36m 35s):No matter how good those hot dogs are, future, how,1 (36m 41s):How good the deal is, two for one veggie chips. You know what I mean? Like,2 (36m 48s):So then when I went to that amp, it was so like, it, no, it was like1 (36m 55s):Vibration whole. They it's like a club. It's like a club on the weekend.2 (37m 1s):That's what I felt like. I felt like I walked into a club with no music and the lights were really bright.1 (37m 8s):It's crazy. It's put the same vibe. Like, you're like, this is a whole scene here. There's a lot of back and forth.2 (37m 19s):Yeah. About that all the time at gas stations, by the way, because the people who work at gas stations, I think tend to be people who are in transition. And I just observed so much, like, I love the idea that at any place I am visiting in a transitory fashion, there's a whole entrenched, you know, rich, layered history and culture. And that I just don't have any idea about because how could I, it's fascinating to think about,1 (37m 54s):Well, that's why you're a good writer too. It's like you get in there and you can like observe and like create w like it's a whole world. That's there2 (38m 3s):To be curious. Fun to be1 (38m 4s):Curious about. Yeah.2 (38m 17s):Today on the podcast we talked to Amar derisory Amar is originally from Jordan, grew up in Michigan, got his BFA and his MFA, and is a fan of Shakespeare, has some great Shakespeare series that you can check out through his website. And we enjoy talking with him about what his lasting impressions are of attending theater school. So please enjoy. So Amar, congratulations. You survived theater3 (38m 54s):School. Thank you. Yes, I did. You2 (38m 57s):Survived it twice cause you got your BFA in Michigan, right? And then your MFA at DePaul. That's correct. So you must've been very committed to being an actor from high school or earlier.3 (39m 9s):Yes, that is correct. I think high school is where I got the bug. Some teacher encouraged me to be in the school play and I'm like, ah, no, no, no, you have a great personality. You can do a kid. You can do it. I'm like, all right. And as soon as I got on that stage, it was like, right there. It was2 (39m 30s):The feeling that you had.3 (39m 32s):It's it's, it's, it's it's excitement. And you get these, you know, these vibes like, oh my God, I'm doing something. This is fun. It's like an addiction. It really is. It's like anything else? I just, I just went crazy. I started eating the scenery because it was like, I'm enjoying, this could be another role. At one point I wanted to play like 5, 6, 7 roles, you know, because I just said, I want to do everything. It was that much excitement. So that's when I decided to really pursue this,2 (40m 4s):I think to do with, I don't know something about the way you just said that made me think you were set. You were keying into people are listening to me here. Was that something3 (40m 15s):People were looking at me, people were watching me. People were doing that. Yes. There to a certain degree. Yes. But you know, not to the point where I want attention, you know, like, look at me, look at me. But I wanted, I wanted to make people happy, laugh, cry, you know, do something. That was the thing. I think, I think what got me was when people reacted to your performance, people that then it's like, oh my God, I did that. I did that. And that is something that is just, you can't, you can't describe that feeling is, is, it's just, it's like a forest.1 (40m 52s):Something that you said that really sparked a memory of you for me was like that your you are, and look, this is not everyone. We're not a one-sided, but you are a people person. Like I remember that about you. Like, there are some people who just like people, I'm a people person too. But, and I, so I recognize that. And other people where I feel like from seeing you around in school and in plays, like you really had the ability to connect with a wide variety of different kinds of people. Do you know where that came from? If that's true, if you,3 (41m 31s):I identify with that. I, I make friends with people on the street, just I'll just say hi to anybody. You know, I that's just my nature, my personality. I believe if you say hi to someone, you, it just makes them feel better. I think, hi, how you doing? Oh, hi. Oh, kind of surprises them that, you know, I don't have any money to leave me alone. I think some people get, get pretty weird about it. When somebody like myself says hi, where it comes from. I can't tell you. I think it's just, I've always been an outgoing person since I was a kid. I remember my parents telling me that, you know, this kid is going to be something he likes to talk to people.3 (42m 16s):Just, I would just talk to people. Hi,2 (42m 20s):Do you have artists in your family?3 (42m 23s):No, I am the only artist. My brother, my brother's a doctor. My sister is a, is a teacher and an administrator at a school in Abu Dhabi and the Emirates. So I am the only performance.2 (42m 39s):It's always so interesting to think about. Like, of course, going back throughout your family's lineage, you're not the only artist you may have been. The only one who had the opportunity. Like this is the case for me, had the opportunity to pursue it. You know? Cause what I found after I decided that I really wanted to pursue this. It's like, oh, but then my aunt can kind of paint and this one can kind of write a little bit. It just feels like it's not something that they pursued for their, you know, for their regular career. But there it's a privilege, I guess that we, you know, got a chance in school and after to pursue it. And you had some great, you were in some great plays, Romeo and Juliet landscape of the body during the3 (43m 21s):That's right. Oh my God. I still have that picture of me and the golden matress that John Bridges, I'm going to send it to you. I got a whole bunch of pictures of sent to you today. So I was rummaging through the old photo albums and I found a whole bunch of DePaul pictures, but yeah. Yeah, that was, that was an interesting play. I landscape with the body. It was just a, a fun, a fun play, a fun.1 (43m 45s):Now did you, you said that you got the bug early on because the teacher sort of encouraged you then how did that grow into? Because I'm always interested in like, okay, so when you're in a play and I'm sure that, you know, you were magnificent and they, but how did it people loved you and you loved it, but how did that transform into like, I'm going to go to a conservatory because that place was, you know, DePaul, the conservatories are crazy. So how does,3 (44m 13s):Okay, this is a good story. I'm glad you asked this. No, I was, I was doing a play in Flint, Michigan and the lead actress, her and I were backstage and we were just chit chatting before our next it was, I think it was during intermission, but anyway, it doesn't matter. She actually, she goes, well, are you going to go to grad school? Are you going to continue your journey? And I said, I'm not sure. I thought I'd just stick around. Maybe do some theater around here. She goes, no, no, no, you should really go. There's this place called DePaul university. It's a great school. You should go and check it out. I said, really? I said, where's that Chicago? Okay. Well, you know, sure. I go to my, my professors that my undergrad school and they paid for the application fee.3 (44m 56s):I mailed it in. And I think within, I think within a few weeks I got my appointment to audition for the school. And it was in January, in the dead of winter, in Michigan, Nine feet of snow as we're driving to Chicago, I'm my friend and I, but yeah,2 (45m 20s):You applied. It was the only place you applied for grad school.3 (45m 24s):I applied at Purdue university as well. I got accepted at both, both places. The, and it was Purdue or Chicago, DePaul. But I think with Purdue, you're in the middle of nowhere. It's God's country out there. There's just the school. And that's it. Where you had the theater school in Chicago and a vibrant city. It was very infectious and scary at the same time. But that's when I met the infamous John Bridges. I thought I blew it to be totally honest with you. I thought I blew it. I did a, I did a classical and I did a contemporary, obviously Joe Slovak, John Bridges.3 (46m 4s):And I believe Betsy Hamilton where my, my auditioners, if you will. And I thought I did okay with the classical, the contemporary was kind of thing. I got an, I, you know, green to the business, didn't know how to actually present a monologue or, you know, my teachers back and undergraduate say, look, just put them together. Just stop and blah, blah, blah, or just, you know, they, you know, they told me what, what I had to do, but I just remember saying goodbye and thank you for the time. And Joe slow. It was, you know, okay, you got a good job, good job. You know, you have a great journey back home. And I said, okay. And my friend goes, how did it go?3 (46m 46s):And I'm like, ah, forget it. I'm going to Purdue. I'm going to Purdue. And then, and then shoot, I auditioned on a Saturday in January. I get the letter on a Tuesday. And I remember my friend goes, Hey, you got this letter from DePaul. Why don't you open it? I said, oh, it's BS. They're just telling me they're not going to accept me. Look, I'm going to open it. I was about to rip it. And I said, oh, but it just opened it. And I'm like, oh yeah, let me read it to you. You know, I'm going to decline. You have been formally accepted.2 (47m 20s):Oh my God, that's amazing. That's a side note. Do you guys know that in today's day and age, when kids get their acceptance, it's email obviously. And then a lot of schools or maybe even most schools when they open the email, if they got accepted, it's a confetti graphic. So like they know as soon as they open it, if there's confetti, that is so it's so wild, right? Like the things that they could never imagine having to wait in a letter to come in the mail,3 (47m 52s):But2 (47m 52s):You did BFA. So why, why are you saying you kind of were green? You knew about,3 (48m 0s):I mean, I knew about acting it's I, I didn't know the, the, what we call the business affairs of acting the mechanics of acting, I guess I think, you know, we all experienced this. I'm sure guilty is charged. You know, when you're young or you're an actor, you really don't pay attention to a lot of things. You just want to, you know, you want to act, you want to do a performance. You want to do the best you can, of course. But then you also want to party afterwards and do all the things that young people do. And I, and I think I was talking to one of my fellow actors the other day and he asked me if you were to go back to grad school, what would you change? Or what would you, what would have helped you? And I said, have a class that teaches the business of acting and okay, these actors are going into Hollywood.3 (48m 47s):They're going to New York. They're going, whatever, teach them the basics of what the business of acting is. They got to know what a contract looks like. They got to know what business affairs mean. They got to know all this terminology. They got to know all that stuff. If I had known that that would have been a great tool for me coming to LA, coming to LA, I was green as green as a Shamrock, you know, just green. And I had to learn the hard way1 (49m 10s):And we'll get back to the LA part, but I'm not so curious about, okay, so you get into DePaul and then when, and usually being zest this, but I'll ask this, like when you get there, how did it match up to what you were thinking? Were you like, what the hell is going on? Why am I rolling on the floor to music or what?3 (49m 29s):I had no idea what was going on. And that I think scared, you know, on a side note, Chicago scared me. I was homesick for quite a bit of time before school started, I got to, I moved to Chicago, I think three weeks before school started. So there was three weeks where I did not know anybody did not know. I didn't know. Oh, I was in bad shape. And thank God for friends and family. Of course, you know, they call and man, you sound depressed, which is that dude. I'm by myself in Chicago. I don't know anybody. I don't know the city. It's a big city. It's like Flint times 20.3 (50m 9s):It's huge. But, but I think I, to answer your question about the school when the first day of school, wow. What up Betsy Hamilton's class. I'm like buoyancy. And I'm like, what the hell is she doing this buoyancy famously I ever done? And then it clicked it. Then I'm like, okay, I know what she's doing. All right. Okay. Joel, slow acting class. Woo. You can't do that. Okay. You got to do it this way. Okay. This little guy is running around this class and he inspired me.3 (50m 55s):I'm like, this is beautiful. This man in his seventies is running around like his, a guy in his twenties. He loves acting grub. Kowski all that stuff. And he was amazing, but4 (51m 8s):We didn't have him. So he's he was real. Hands-on3 (51m 11s):Like hands-on he was, I mean, I, I won the lottery with Joe slower. N not, not to say anything negative about Jim ocelot or anything like that, but he was just, he was on hands. And he really gave you when he gave you a note, he gave you a note. Okay. You know, he's like Amar, okay. Your legs. I don't know why your feet are doing that on the chair. It's like, it's not, it's not, that's an ism of yours. We gotta, you gotta, yeah. That's kinda like your feet, your feet, your body, your, your, your body is your instrument. And, you know, got to learn all this stuff.3 (51m 52s):And it's just woo. Graduate school. This is graduate school. So, yeah, that was a, a couple of experiences. I'm trying to think.1 (52m 2s):Did you feel like you fit in? Did you, did you, what was your, what was your vibe like there?3 (52m 10s):Unfortunately, my violet started to change in year two. That's when I started to feel, not that things weren't clicking for me or anything like that, but it just seemed like favorites started to appear. Oh, okay. You know, it's like, it happens. It's not something that, you know, it's done intentionally. It just happens. But if I, if you guys remember Eric Hayes, Eric, Michael Hayes,4 (52m 43s):Isabel. I haven't3 (52m 44s):Thought he was in Trojan women. I think he1 (52m 50s):Was like, yes, yes, yes, yes. So3 (52m 52s):He became a seminar. Yeah. Him and I don't know him and I beat we're we're unofficially the outcasts of the graduate class more or less. We weren't, we were not that, not that we were mistreated or anything. I'm not saying that we were mistreated by it just, it just seemed like we were known as the two actors that really didn't take things seriously. And I think that's a fallacy because I think I was taking it very seriously. I was just bored at times. I wanted to act, I didn't want to sit in a classroom all day and just sit. I wanted perform. I think, I think I understand the classroom format where you sit down, you watch your colleagues do their scenes, but I was getting fidgety, fidgeting, bored, bored.3 (53m 39s):And to the point where you dread going to school, it was like, oh, I've got to go to acting class and sit there for two and a half hours. And watch people act, you know, which I get. And again, that didn't sound right coming out. But I mean, it's just, I loved, I loved all my classmates. I loved all my classmates. I think from Derek smart to Eric Hayes, the niece Odom, Heather Ireland to name a few, you know, they, they were fantastic. Pat. Tiedemann Kendra. I mean, and one of my, let me aside. No, one of my favorite, favorite times on DePaul was with you. Gina.3 (54m 19s):Do you remember you? And I started a film. I, I did.2 (54m 23s):Oh, say what3 (54m 27s):You guys remember bill Burnett. The voice in nucleus. Okay. So for our, for my final exam, I wanted to film a short film about quitting smoking. And2 (54m 38s):Coming back to me, wait a minute,3 (54m 40s):You were asking me, I had to, I rented a camera from the video department on the campus and I walked into the lobby of the theater school and you were there and it's like, I need to shoot a scene. It's like, oh, let me be in it. And I said, okay, we'll just improv. We'll just talk about quitting. So we set the camera and you and I sat in the lobby and we filmed it and we did it. I think I still have it. I'll find it for you in 1994.2 (55m 7s):I have to tell you something, because I know you haven't been able to listen to the podcast because our website had a broken link. Okay. But what, what I should tell you is that boss and I have huge memory gaps about our time. There are many things we do not remember.3 (55m 28s):What2 (55m 29s):What's kind of weird is I sort of remembered this film that you really are hearing about it. Yeah. I mean, I believe you, I believe both of you. Okay. How exciting, you know, why I would really love that is because just last week I was saying to boss, wouldn't you like the opera? Because nothing was recorded. Really? Not even our showcase or if it was, it's not something I ever saw. No. Wouldn't you like to go back and just watch yourself? Because now we've spent basically a year and a half fully immersed. We have talked to 55 people about what their theater school experiences.2 (56m 9s):So we, we are getting back on board with what it was and we're slipping, you know, different people fill in like little bit of blanks. But now I like, now I'm just so curious about, you know, what, what, what was the experience of what was I like at that time? And a lot of people don't remember us, so we haven't really gotten this feedback from3 (56m 29s):Yeah. I mean, I remember boss. I remember all you guys. I do remember a lot of, and there's a lot of people I don't remember. I mean, I think when I was on your website the other day, you know, trying to figure out what you're like and it, which is congratulations to the both of you. I think it's awesome. I saw Tate Smith. I saw a picture of Pete Smith and I completely Like that. It was stuff like that. You know, you running into people that wow, amazing. I'm sorry. Go ahead. I interrupted you.1 (56m 59s):No, no, no. I was just going to ask, like, what was your, okay, so, so year two, you started getting itchy and like, but how did you feel? We talk a lot about like casting. How did you feel about your casting in shows? Which most people do? Like, there's been like one person that we've talked to. That was like, I loved my casting, but everyone else is like, I fucking hate it.3 (57m 23s):Nope. I haven't hated it. I hated it. And again, like I said, it happens. I think, I think a lot of the directors, the professors who are directing and all that stuff were just picking their favorites. They're not, if we're going to be in a learning environment, then you, you should take a risk with me, with somebody else with, with Heather. I think nobody was taking any risks. And everyone's like, Hey, I gotta put on a show and it's gotta be the best show I possibly can. And I'm going to use the best actors or that, you know, my opinion, the best actors. And it's like, you know, you know, if you're, you're not preparing us for the real world, you know, if you're going to do this, you know, this blind casting, whatever I thought I thought, Hey, it's a learning. I'm sure. I'm sure one of them, I'm sure Jim Ossoff will cast me.3 (58m 3s):Never did Joe slow cast me, you know, and his journey of the fifth horse. It was a great experience for me. That's when you learn, I didn't want to be the lead role. I want to learn. I want to learn, teach me, teach me what it like to perform on a stage that would typically be a stage from new in New York or a main stage in Chicago. That's where we got to learn. Right? Yeah.2 (58m 29s):That's another thing that we've really uncovered here and it, by the way, it makes perfect sense. I'm really not maligning anybody, but that the professors, you know they, they were also trying to express their own artistic desires through the projects that they were casting. And I'm sure nine times out of 10, they got carried away with their own ego about what they wanted to like, actually, we just heard this story from the episode that's airing today with Stephen Davis.3 (58m 58s):Oh, wow. Yeah.2 (59m 1s):That's a great episode. You listened to it. He re he begged the theater school to do Shakespeare. He begged them to do Romeo and Juliet, which they did. Yep. He, he really wanted to be Romeo. He didn't get cast. And he was told if I had cast you, I would had to gone with my fourth choice for Juliet of the height, because Karen mold is very tall. That's a perfect example of something that should be okay in theater school. I understand you don't want to do it when you're charging $400 a ticket on Broadway.1 (59m 38s):We're in a film where the camera's going to be jacked up, but like, but just cast. And sometimes, and sometimes I would think that, and maybe they do it now. Like sometimes you would say, why not? No. Cause it's obvious when someone wants a rule, right? So whoever wants this rule so badly, for whatever reason, they've never been cast and whatever, give them the role, let them do the role. Like maybe it's, maybe it's not, it's a long shot, but that's what school's about is long shots and learning. Right? It's like, let, let the person do this. You know, they're dying to play Romeo. Just let them play Romeo.1 (1h 0m 19s):Yeah.3 (1h 0m 19s):Yeah. Okay. And excuse me, the, if, if, if you don't mind, you know, now that you guys have you, of course, but I'm just saying the play was set in the middle east.2 (1h 0m 31s):Right. Very3 (1h 0m 32s):Last time I checked I'm Jordanian.2 (1h 0m 35s):Right?3 (1h 0m 36s):The play Romeo Lord Capulet he was Jewish. I'm sorry. He was the Jewish character, but yeah, I get it. I totally get it. I totally get it. And I agree with Steven on this one, because it just seemed like, it seemed like we are in a learning environment and let's learn. And if you're going to, if you're going to just cast people because whatever, then, then what's the point of going to the, to the fricking school and spending, spending $16,000 a year. I don't know what it is today, but1 (1h 1m 10s):It's like 48 or some craziness3 (1h 1m 13s):For paying student loans for three years, three years of, you know, every now and then some BS. Okay. Other than that, you know, the two best teachers that I had over there, arguably as Dr. Bella and Joe slower. And I think because they come from, you know, such interesting backgrounds, you know, Joe slug being Polish, you know, Bella, it can be in a Russian Jewish woman. Oh, I got a lot of stories while her, oh my God.1 (1h 1m 43s):She did she help you? Do you feel like she helped you as a teacher?3 (1h 1m 47s):Oh, she was. She, she, she, I am in her debt, you know, when it comes to acting and stuff like that. I think, I think she finally, I think she was the one that I finally, I realized what it's like to feel the, you know, like with the apple and, you know, I didn't know. It's like the Pandora box thing that she was talking about. And then it just like a light bulb over my head. It's like, oh my God, the feel what it's like to be in winter, you know, even though you're on the stage and it's hot, you gotta like, as if it's 40 below zero, she really, that, that, that, that technique, that acting technique was just incredible.3 (1h 2m 28s):I am forever in her dad and she is awesome. She's an automation rest in peace. And I, a couple of great stories about her is one that when she would like to meet her students before class, so we will walk into her office and talk and I'm sitting there in the office, she's looking at the hair. She goes, okay. Oh yeah, that doesn't sound English. And I said, oh, well, it's, it's Jordanian. I'm from the police. It's Jordanian. She goes, oh, well, you know, I'm Jewish. And I remember talking to my dad, I said, dad, I, I have to talk to this Jewish professor.3 (1h 3m 9s):You just say we're cousins. Okay. Because we are just say that don't rock the boat. Okay. So when she said they're doing, you know, I'm Jewish. And I said, well, well, yeah, I do. I do. But you know, being Jordanian and you being Jewish, you know, we're, we're practically cousins. So, you know, it's great, right. Without a drop of a dime, she goes, well, we might be cousins over, not exactly kissing cousins.2 (1h 3m 38s):Oh, that's hilarious. By the way, in case you don't know, I might have mentioned this on the podcast. Once before there exists on the internet, a Hastick interview with Joseph Loic and Bella it kin, okay. Was it conducted by studs, Terkel? It might've been, or some radio project. And the two of them talking about their approaches to acting and to teaching acting is really, really good. Yeah. You got to check it out. Right. So she really helped me. W we didn't, neither one of us had either one of those teachers, unfortunately, but we love,3 (1h 4m 13s):She, she was great. And I would give her ride home, poor thing. You know, she, you know, her husband, Frank was very ill at the time and she was like, oh, muck. And you're giving me a ride home. And I'm like, yes. Yes. Ma'am. And I was like, oh, you'll cause kind of a mess there. What'd you just get in the car.2 (1h 4m 34s):We know you had a car. That's K that's it wasn't that useful for people in school? Did you, and you messed up, I guess all the MFA's probably lived in apartments or was there any dorm living for MFS?3 (1h 4m 45s):No, no, no. Don't limit for MFA. So we had to live in apartments and my first apartment was a studio. And then I think the second year I moved in with, with Eric, from school and then we had a former student. I don't know if you remember John Soldani by any chance familiar. He was first year grad. And then I think he was cut from the program after the first year, but he came back to Chicago. So we were roomies. And then I met my girlfriend who was also a student at DePaul, Alicia hall. Right. So we, we were together. So we moved in together, I think, mid third year, something like that.3 (1h 5m 29s):I'm not sure, but yeah. And then I stayed in Chicago after graduation. I just decided to stay in Chicago and did get quite a bit of theater in Chicago and then decided to do the LA thing. And,1 (1h 5m 41s):Okay. So, so I just have a question about what was your experience like of the warning system and the cutting system where you weren't?3 (1h 5m 49s):Oh, good question. Good question. Oh, I'm glad you brought that up. I think it's, I think it took the attention away from the program because I think all the students were more concerned about the warning, getting warned and getting caught than anything, and that affected their performance in class and it affected their performance on stage my opinion. I remember some friends of mine who were just scared and I admit I was very, very nervous, but when I didn't get warned, then all of a sudden I was able to concentrate on school. I was like classes where the people that were warned, all they can think about what I can do to not get kicked out of the class.3 (1h 6m 31s):And then next thing you know, it just, it just really, really was detrimental to their performance in my opinion.2 (1h 6m 38s):But it took the focus3 (1h 6m 40s):Away. Oh yeah. Never worn. I was the only, I was the only male that wasn't warrant. All the male actors were warned except for me. And we ended up having eight graduate students, three men and five women, which I mean Derek smart, Eric Hayes and myself, and then the five women, Denise home, Heather Ireland, pat Tiedemann Kendra. I forgot her last name. Thank you. And Alicia, Alicia, Alicia was in the other class. Lisa was in the other, but I remembered you guys remember a teacher named Susan Lee.2 (1h 7m 24s):Her name has come up at times on this podcast. Yes,3 (1h 7m 30s):She was my advisor. She was the one that told me whether I was warned or not, or kicked out or not. And she said the most procurator thing. And I'm not sure if it was from the professors, but she said, well, you're not cut. You're not warned. We just don't know what to do with you. I just looked at her. What do you mean by that? Well, I mean, you're, you're, you know, I don't remember the conversation.1 (1h 7m 55s):Did she say that she raised, she say something about being a, from the middle east or3 (1h 8m 3s):Yeah, something like that. And I said, well, why don't you, why don't you and your professors just ask me and find out what you can do. Right? I mean, just I'm middle Eastern doesn't mean, I don't know how to act girl. You there.1 (1h 8m 23s):Wait a minute. So wait a minute.3 (1h 8m 25s):There's more than one professor that kind of, oh, I'm sure. I'm sure I'm not going to mention any names, but2 (1h 8m 32s):There was quite a few.1 (1h 8m 35s):Yeah. Right? To say that, that, that being from the middle east, my guesses, people were assholes about it. Like right. Like racist, racist, assholes.3 (1h 8m 50s):I mean, and that's what was going to be NASA, regardless of what race you are. So, you know, you're going to be an asshole. You're going to be an asshole. If you are a mean person, you are a mean person. It has nothing to do with your gender, your culture, where you come from, you're you, if you're a mean person, you're a mean person having said that there was quite a few people that said some things to me while I was in school, which was very offensive. But what do you want me to do? Fight every person. That's some kind of, you know, I was called many things. I was called camel jockey. I was called by students. Oh, somebody students. Yeah. Mostly by students. You know, I was called no, no, no. It's okay.3 (1h 9m 31s):Hey, that's you know, you, you grow from it. There was, there was one person that called me a word. I don't think I can say it on this podcast, but it's a, it's like, whoa.2 (1h 9m 42s):Well, well, we've heard so much about from every alum of color that we've talked to, is this thing that you're describing of maybe they even got selected for the program with the idea, oh, you know, we don't have anybody who looks like this in our program, but then it became, we can,1 (1h 10m 2s):We don't have any money.2 (1h 10m 3s):We can only find a role for that person. If it's clearly identified in the text that that person is that ethnicity. Meanwhile, all the white actors could be up for any role. Right. That, that was sort of the default. Like if you're white, then you can play anything. But if you're not white, then you, then you have to play a role that's written for whatever your ethnicity is.3 (1h 10m 27s):I agree with that. And yeah. And I think, I think Christina dare kind of broke the window on that with Romeo and Juliet, by casting Leonard Roberts as Romeo, you know, an African-American man. And he was great in the role. He was great. Absolutely. You know, she passed me as, you know, as a Jewish man, you know, even though I'm there, I like that. I I'm playing against type. This is, these are the rules that I would like to be challenged with. And unfortunately I wasn't challenged with over there. And I think the school to your saying, Gina, I think the school was just kinda like, eh, let's just bring this middle Eastern guy. See what happens. Let's get this African-American person. Let's see what happens. Let's get this Indian person. Let's see what happens. And nothing happened, nothing happened.3 (1h 11m 8s):And, and by the third year, by the third year, I was just, I was done. I was done. After, after Shakespeare, Susan Lee, I was done. I was done. She, she was a hard teacher. She was a hard teacher to deal with both academically. And you know, personally it's just, just was hard. It was hard to deal with her. I'm not, I know Bobby, some students have some harsher words for her, but again, I was going back to what I said earlier, Eric and I were pretty much marked by her that we were not serious about Shakespeare.3 (1h 11m 48s):And I was very serious about it. I just wanted, I remember students coming up to me, they tried to avoid being partners with us. And then I had one partner telling me, Hey, you better not fool around or do this. You know, you gotta be serious. I said, what the hell is wrong with you? And then when they find out the real me, and then it's like, wow, that's totally different than what I'm hearing about you. And I'm like,2 (1h 12m 11s):Yeah, this is serious. Is my lasting impression of you. I would never have said that you were anything but very serious.3 (1h 12m 21s):I appreciate that. I really do. I appreciate that. I

Into the Twilight
EP 244: Kristen Stewart's Joker Era

Into the Twilight

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 69:32


And we're back! This week, The Batman trailer is for the girls and the gays, we discuss the very weird Vampire Academy covers, and Rose goes full CSI in Frostbite! Next week: Frostbite Ch 3-4 Shop our merch: bit.ly/ITTSHOP Send us a fanfiction, a Twilight backstory, etc: intothetwilightshow@gmail.com Download episode transcripts! bit.ly/ITTtranscripts Support us on Patreon! patreon.com/intothetwilight Rate and review us on Apple Podcasts! bit.ly/ittunes Get personal messages and sponsor spots! bit.ly/ITTmerch Where to find us: Cody: twitter.com/codycorrall Ally: twitter.com/alexandriadoes Music by Eli Krauss: twitter.com/elisourkrauss Art by Maddie Padilla: instagram.com/yourghosthost44

So That’s A Thing
S7 E7 CSI Experience & Bohemian Club

So That’s A Thing

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2021 46:10


Molly really investigates this week with a real CSI experience & Angie is very mysterious with the Bohemian Club.

Splash Damage
Episode 56: Battlefield 2042 Has a Nonbinary Character Because Why Not?

Splash Damage

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021


Military shooter Battlefield 2042 has a character named Emma who looks like a woman but goes by they/them pronouns. We talk about this pandering tokenism in a game that glorifies warfare, of all things, along with Riot's decision to eliminate chatting with opponents in League of Legends, CSI pushing its anti-Gamergate narrative, Dave Chappelle landing in hot water for his trans jokes, Superman becoming bi, Amazon's Lord of the Rings series including black hobbits, and plenty more.

CSI: The Vegas Files Podcast
S3E23 - S3E23 - Inside the Box - Season 3 Finale

CSI: The Vegas Files Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 24:39


Episode Notes Welcome to Season 3 of CSI: The Vegas Files. Super Retro Throwback Reviews is bringing you A Weekly Episodic Breakdown of Every Episode of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, hosted by Steven Christina Jr. from the Super Retro Throwback Reviews Audio Podcast and Sammie Ann Fontaine from Solara Lumina Productions. They break down the episode, the cast and guest stars, and rate and review the episode. Note: we will be taking a hiatus for the holidays, we will return for Season 4 in January 2022. If yo want your CSI fix, you can hear our weekly review of the New CSI Vegas (currently on Paramount +) on Patreon for $1 [link] https://www.Patreon.com/SuperRetroPodcast This Podcast is Officially Part of The Dorkening Podcast Network [link] https://thedorkening.com This episode is brought to you by Deadly Grounds Coffee [link] https://deadlygroundscoffee.com (The official Sponsor of The Dorkening Podcast Network and Super Retro Throwback Reviews) You can Follow us on Social Media, Buy Our Merch, Listen to our Shows below: [link] https://allmylinks.com/superretropodcast Support Us on Patreon: [link] https://www.patreon.com/SuperRetroPodcast Also Check us out on The Dorkening Podcast Network [link] www.thedorkeningpodcastnetwork.com Check our Website [link] http://superretrothrowbackreviews.com Get your CSI and Super Retro Merch Here: [link] https://super-retro-store.creator-spring.com Find out more at https://csi-the-vegas-files-podcast.pinecast.co Send us your feedback online: https://pinecast.com/feedback/csi-the-vegas-files-podcast/ae15b9b1-34f5-45ad-80df-9a45a9eccf21 This podcast is powered by Pinecast.

Mind Over Murder
BONUS: CSI Writer and Producer David Rambo (Part1)

Mind Over Murder

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 57:51


Join Mind Over Murder hosts Bill Thomas and Kristin Dilley in a fascinating conversation with David Rambo, writer and producer on the hit TV show CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. This is part 1 of a 3 part episode.David Rambo: https://www.davidrambo.com/New Article in Medium: The Colonial Parkway Murders — A Tale of Two Killers? By Quinn Zanehttps://medium.com/unburied/the-colonial-parkway-murders-a-tale-of-two-killers-1e8fda367a48Washington Post: "Crimes of Passion"https://www.washingtonpost.com/archive/opinions/1997/08/15/crimes-of-passion/0a38e8f9-6d04-48e4-a847-7d3cba53c363/New feature article in the Daily Beast: "Inside the Maddening Search for Virginia's Colonial Parkway Serial Killer"https://www.thedailybeast.com/what-happened-to-cathleen-thomas-and-rebecca-dowski-inside-the-hunt-for-the-colonial-parkway-killerCheck out our new line of "Mind Over Murder" t-shirts and other good stuff !https://www.teepublic.com/stores/mind-over-murder-podcast?ref_id=23885Washington Post Op-Ed Piece by Deidre Enright of the Innocence Project:"The FBI should use DNA, not posters, to solve a cold-case murder" https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/2021/06/25/julie-williams-laura-winans-unsolved-murder-test-dna/New Story on Oxygen: "Loni Coombs Feels A Kinship To 'Lovers' Lane' Victim Cathy Thomas"Loni Coombs felt an immediate connection to Cathy Thomas, a groundbreaking gay woman who broke through barriers at the U.S. Naval Academy before she was brutally murdered along the Colonial Parkway in Virginia.https://www.oxygen.com/crime-news/loni-coombs-feels-a-kinship-to-colonial-parkway-victim-cathy-thomasNext year's CrimeCon will be held April 29-May 1, 2022 in Las Vegas. We will both be there!Details: https://www.crimecon.com/cc22Featured Case from Othram and DNAsolves.com:The Will County Coroner's Office and Othram Team to identify a Young Woman Found in 1981:https://dnasolves.com/articles/will_county_jane_doe_1981/You can contribute to help "Mind Over Murder" do our important work:https://mindovermurderpodcast.com/supportCheck out Mind Over Murder on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mindoverpodcastJoin the Colonial Parkway Murders Facebook page with more than 14,000 followers: https://www.facebook.com/ColonialParkwayCase4 new episodes on the Colonial Parkway Murders are available on Oxygen as "The Lover's Lane Murders." The series is available on the free Oxygen app, Hulu, YouTube, Amazon, and many other platforms. https://www.oxygen.com/lovers-lane-murders Oxygen" "Who Were The Colonial Parkway Murder Victims? 8 Young People All Killed In Virginia Within 4 Years" https://www.oxygen.com/lovers-lane-murders/crime-news/who-were-the-colonial-parkway-murder-victims Washington Post Magazine: "Victims, Families and America's Thirst for True-Crime Stories." "For Bill Thomas, his sister Cathy's murder is a deeply personal tragedy. For millions of true-crime fans, it's entertainment." https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/magazine/wp/2019/07/30/feature/victims-families-and-americas-thirst-for-true-crime-stories/Daily Press excellent series of articles on the Colonial Parkway Murders: "The Parkway" http://digital.dailypress.com/static/parkway_cottage/main/index.htmlNew Colonial Parkway Murders website: https://colonialparkwaymurders.com New Mind Over Murder Podcast website: https://mindovermurderpodcast.comPlease subscribe and rate us at your favorite podcast sites. Ratings and reviews are very important. Please share and tell your friends!We launch a new episode of "Mind Over Murder" every Monday morning.Sponsors: Othram and DNAsolves.comContribute Your DNA to help solve cases: https://dnasolves.com/user/registerFollow "Mind Over Murder" on Twitter: https://twitter.com/MurderOverFollow Bill Thomas on Twitter: https://twitter.com/BillThomas56Follow "Colonial Parkway Murders" on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ColonialParkwayCase/Follow us on InstaGram:: https://www.instagram.com/colonialparkwaymurders/Check out the entire Crawlspace Media network at http://crawlspace-media.com/All rights reserved. Mind Over Murder, Copyright Bill Thomas and Kristin Dilley, Another Dog Productions/Absolute Zero Productions

Small Town Murder
#246 - New Year's Evil - Skamania, Washington

Small Town Murder

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 162:09


This week, in Skamania, Washington, where a bloodbath is discovered, in a local home, on New Year's Day. There are several bodies, and several loose ends, including a missing teenager, and a sick grandpa, who is incapable of speech, and can't be relied upon as a witness. The scene is horrific, with the walls, bathed in blood, but the crime scene, and everything else in this case, are handled terribly, possibly because it was literally the Sheriff's first day on the job! Missing evidence, botched tests... So, was it a stranger, or a teen, murdering his whole family & committing necrophillia on his big sister? Either way, there are no good answers here! Along the way, we find out that Washington takes it's timber very seriously, that some people who don't have any friends, also have an awful lot of friends, and your first day on any job shouldn't include finding three dead bodies!! Hosted by James Pietragallo & Jimmie Whisman New episodes every Thursday! Donate at: patreon.com/crimeinsports or go to paypal.com & use our email: crimeinsports@gmail.com Go to shutupandgivememurder.com for all things Small Town Murder & Crime In Sports! Follow us on...twitter.com/@murdersmallfacebook.com/smalltownpodinstagram.com/smalltownmurder Also, check out James & Jimmie's other show, Crime In Sports! On iTunes, Stitcher, or wherever you listen to podcasts

Professional Contestants
ProCo Episode 174: The 100 Year Basketball Shot - Escape the Night

Professional Contestants

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 58:43


To be honest, we kinda feel like we got tricked by this show. It's supposed to be a reality competition show, but like, its trying to be a spooky drama too? All the contestants know it isn't real, but they still act like they believe it? Well you know what, we'll simplify all this a bit. Let's give em' something to talk about, how bout' a real life monster house. Zach makes some startling discoveries about modern content creation, Jared remains the resident expert on Monster House, and Adam doesn't know the difference between NCIS and CSI. Talking Points Include: Reflection Time for Mark Harmon, We Got Tricked, All The YouTubers Zach Knows, Escape the Asteroid, Scooby-Doo On Zombie Island, Arthur Slash Fiction, Monster House Rules, Dude You're Perfect

More Than Therapy
Thought: Be Better (Be a Better You)

More Than Therapy

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 11:35


Felipe Blue, LCAS, CSI ponders the concept of "being better". You can be better by: Compliment Yourself Don't Make Excuses Let Go of Anger Practice Forgiveness Be Honest and Direct recorded by Felipe Blue at: More Than Therapy 201 W Main Street Suite 316 Durham, NC 27701 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/morethantherapy/message

All The Asians On Star Trek
16: Art Chudabala

All The Asians On Star Trek

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 54:43


Art Chudabala guest starred on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine as Lieutenant junior grade Hector Ilario, whose (spoiler alert) murder sets off the seventh season episode "Field of Fire." His other acting credits include NYPD Blue, ER, CSI, Grey's Anatomy, The West Wing, and his acting debut in the cult favorite skateboard movie Gleaming the Cube.

Extra Hot Great
376: Putting CSI: Vegas Under The Microscope

Extra Hot Great

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 85:26


We knew Cyd, like Tara and Dave, had just done a rewatch of the original-flavor CSI, so we were really glad she could join us to break down CBS's new reboot of its network-changing old favorite (which...only went off the air like six years ago?). We talked about whether we'll keep watching for "The New Class" after l'affaire Hodges gets resolved, when exactly the show thinks it is culturally, and what's going on with the sloppy editing. Then we went Around The Dial with Call The Midwife, Legends Of The Hidden Temple, grief-therapy sitcom recs, and Buried (with another Lauer rant from Buntsy) before Cyd was NOT a crackpot about shows using consultants on "hacker" and other internetty storylines. Chris Billig tried to get all our exercise balls up the hill in support of his Taskmaster Canon submission before Mlle. Caroline won, Netflix lost, and we put a foot in two worlds with a Game Time about reboots. Make sure to leave a fingerprint on the "play" button; it's an all-new Extra Hot Great.Show TopicsCSI: VegasATD: Call The MidwifeATD: Legends Of The Hidden TempleATD: SeinfeldATD: Brooklyn 99ATD: BuriedIANAC: Web And/Or Computer ConsultantsThe Canon: Taskmaster S02.E01: Fear Of FailureWinner and Loser of the WeekGame Time: Getting The RebootShow NotesFollow Cyd on TwitterOr follow her hereCyd's drawing InstagramTara's William Petersen piece at DeciderSarah's review of Buried at Best EvidenceTaskmaster season playlists on YouTubePhoto: Sonja Flemming / CBS Broadcasting Inc.DiscussionTweet at us @ExtraHotPodcast on TwitterWe are @ExtraHotGreat on InstagramSupport EHG on PatreonThe EHG gang have been recording this podcast for almost a decade now. In podcasting terms, that makes us positively Methuselahian. Since the start of EHG, our listeners have asked if we had a tip jar or donation system and we'd look at each other and say surely that is a joke, people don't pay other people to do podcasts. We'd email them back "Ha ha ha, good one, Chet" and go about our business. Now we are told this is a real thing that real nice people do. Value for value? In today's topsy turvy world? It's madness but that good kind of madness, like when you wake up at 3:15am and clean your house. Or something. In all seriousness, we are humbled by your continued prodding to get a Patreon page up for EHG and here it is! Extra Hot Great on Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

HOT FLASHES & COOL TOPICS
Hallmark‘s Sweetheart Nikki DeLoach on Movies, Midlife Secrets and Her Work with Alzheimers

HOT FLASHES & COOL TOPICS

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 47:54


This week we welcome one of Hallmark's leading ladies Nikki DeLoach.  Nikki is a busy actress, philanthropist, producer and activist.  On this episode, she shares her secrets to a healthy midlife, her excitement for upcoming shows on Hallmark and her passionate fight against Alzheimers.  She is a Celebrity Champion and spokesperson for The Alzheimer's Association in honor of her father who is currently living with Pick's Disease, a rare form of dementia. She also has an impressive resume of television credits including as a series regular on North Shore, a recurring role on The Ringer, as well as guest roles on 9-1-1, Grey's Anatomy, Major Crimes, NCIS, CSI, and CSI: NY just to name a few and has been seen on the big screen in Love & Other Drugs alongside Jake Gyllenhaal. Subscribe on any podcast platform. www.hotflashescooltopics.com  

JoshCast
Existential Crisis & the Power of Capes

JoshCast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 28:56


CBS shows are sounding more and more like actual addresses - looking forward to watching CSI: 126 Linvale Place, Cleveland, OH 41566

What a Creep
What a Creep: "Les Moonves" (Former CEO & Creep at CBS)

What a Creep

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 43:13


What a Creep: Les Moonves Season 12, Episode 10 CBS CEO Honcho & Creep For almost 30 years, Leslie Moonves was one of the most powerful media executives in America. He was the chairman and CEO of CBS Corporation, overseeing news shows like “60 Minutes” to dramas and sitcoms like “CSI” and “The Big Bang Theory.” He was also in charge of Showtime, the publishing house Simon & Schuster, and the streaming service, CBS All Access. He was one of the highest-paid CEOs in the country, sometimes earning more than $50 million in a year.  He's also guilty of sexual harassment and sexually assaulting a lot of women, including actresses, writers, producers, doctors, massage therapists, and CBS staff members. Les Moonves is a creep. Sources for this episode: New Yorker The New York Times New York Magazine People Magazine Hollywood Reporter Vanity Fair Vice Vox Wikipedia Trigger warnings: Sexual assault and sexual harassment Be sure to follow us on social media. But don't follow us too closely … don't be a creep about it! Subscribe to us on Apple Podcasts Twitter: https://twitter.com/CreepPod @CreepPod Facebook: Join the private group!  Instagram @WhatACreepPodcast Visit our Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/whatacreep Email: WhatACreepPodcast@gmail.com  We've got merch here! https://whatacreeppodcast.threadless.com/# Our website is www.whatacreeppodcast.com  Our logo was created by Claudia Gomez-Rodriguez. Follow her on Instagram @ClaudInCloud  

The Chet Buchanan Show
10/6/21 The Chet Buchanan Show OnDemand!

The Chet Buchanan Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 59:15


Lots to talk about today. Chet has a great marketing idea for the Jonas Brother and Justin Bieber, Tom Cruise wants to be the first person to star in a movie in space, AND we talk to Anthony E. Zuiker, the CREATOR of CSI! Today was a good day! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Chet Buchanan Show
CSI Vegas is BACK and we got the talk to Anthony E. Zuiker!

The Chet Buchanan Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 8:47


Anthony E. Zuiker is the creator of CSI and we got the chance to talk to him about bringing the show back and how Fly Pie Pizza is helping to bring books to kids! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Colleen & Bradley
10/5 Tues Hr 3: Cult Docs

Colleen & Bradley

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021


Bradley fills Colleen in on a documentary about Gwen Shamblin that he and Holly have watched recently. CSI: medicinal meth and an despicable contractual agreement, PLUS: an update on the Free Britney Movement.

The George Show Podcast
Jimmy for George 10.2.21 Hr 3

The George Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 2, 2021 43:35


Jimmy Sengenberger fills in for George. Common Sense Institute fellow, Dr. Brenda Bautsch Dickhoner, PhD., joins Jimmy to discuss CSI's new report on Colorado's K-12 education spending.  Callers offer thoughts on what's happening in public schools, and a listener challenges Jimmy over election integrity. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Patient 33
Episode 8: From the Hallway

Patient 33

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 26:24


Patient 33 is kicked out of his own room after Detective Crunch opens the investigation into who killed Nurse Margie. Meanwhile, Jennie does not get along with her new supervisor.    Season 1, Episode 8   — Content Warnings at the bottom of the description —   If you enjoyed this episode, please leave us a rating and review so that others can as well! It would be much appreciated

Profoundly Pointless
Polygraph Examiner John Grogan

Profoundly Pointless

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 47:48


John Grogan knows if you're lying. As a professional Polygraph Examiner, he's tested everyone from infamous criminals and celebrities, to cheating spouses and lying employees. We talk lie detector tests, how to tell if someone's lying and the only way to beat a polygraph test. Then, we countdown the Top 5 TV Shows We'd Like to Be On.John Grogan: 01:35ishPointless: 21:45ishTop 5: 37:03ish

Life Over Par
Ep.55 - Life Over Par (Freeze B****)

Life Over Par

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 85:47


On this episode, we wish Kyle a happy birthday. We talk more on the Ryder Cup and what happened on day one. We talk about Monday Night Football and the Lions game, ask a, "Would you do it" question, reminisce on our CSI class in high school and go over what we learned this week.  Enjoy! Follow us on Instagram and Facebook. Send us some of your questions. www.facebook.com/LifeOverParPodcast   Nick Pryor - @nickpry0r Kevin Hacker - @khacker89 Kyle Kidd - @golfreak22   Our podcast is produced by PryorMedia   Music by: AlterEgo - Henny

Jim and Them
2021 FALL TV PREVIEW - #695 Part 2

Jim and Them

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2021 117:00


Viral Clip Division: The Viral Clip Division delivers with part 2 characters this week as we have "Gay Psyduck" and "Miss Me Jim", lets go VIRAL!2021 FALL TV: Let's go through the new lineup of TV shows! Most likely nothing but quality, sure to not disappoint.National Treasure: Keep an ear out for Mike's passionate rant demanding a new National Treasure movie.NONBINARY PEOPLE!, FUCK THEMSELVES!, GOOD PERSON!, DAVE!, OFF THE WALL!, MICHAEL JACKSON!, NO INTRO JEFF MURPHY!, VIRAL CLIP DIVISION!, GAY PSYDUCK!, MORE VIRAL CLIPS!, MISS ME JIM!, KIDNAPPINGS!, DUNGEON!, PREMEDITATED!, MISS ME WITH THAT SHIT!, FALL TV PREVIEW!, NETWORK!, TV SHOWS!, GAME SHOWS!, MUSIC SHOWS!, DANCING!, REALITY SHOWS!, SWEEPS WEEK!, JUGGALO GATHERING!, HALLOWEEN FUN!, TOTS TURNT!, PICK UP!, NETFLIX!, LGBTQ!, CARTOON!, Q-FORCE!, SPECIAL FORCES!, EMBARASSING!, INVINCIBLE!, ANIMATION!, KIRKMAN!, DON'T ASK DON'T TELL!, WANDA SYKES!, QUEER!, CRINGE!, DICK AND BALLS!, BOJACK HORSEMAN!, BLOWJACK!, SYFY!, DAY OF THE DEAD!, ROMERO!, LEVITY!, CAMPY!, TONGUE IN CHEEK!, ZOMBIES!, ANIMATED!, NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD!, CHUCKY!, PUMPKIN SPICE VIBES!, CBS!, IZOMBIE!, ROSE MCIVER!, GHOSTS!, REMAKE!, BBC!, NBC!, JASON LEE!, THE HARPER HOUSE!, TWITTER!, CHICAGO PARTY AUNT!, WELCOME TO FLATCH!, SEAN WILLIAM SCOTT!, IMPROV!, HEART!, UNFUNNY!, WELCOME TO FUCK!, FROGGER!, ALTER EGO!, AVATAR!, SINGING!, THE MASKED SINGER!, THE BIG LEAP!, PIPER PERABO!, TINY DANCER!, HOW I MET YOUR MOTHER!, DOG BRAINED GIRLFRIEND!, STUPID BITCHES!, LA BREA!, LOST!, AMERICAN CRIME STORY!, BEANIE FELDSTEIN!, CLIVE OWEN!, MONICA LEWINSKY!, BILL CLINTON!, BJ NOVAK!, THE PREMISE!, ANTHOLOGY!, BLACK MIRROR!, BULLY!, NANTUCKET!, ANGELS AND DEMONS!, DAN BROWN!, TOM HANKS!, PREQUEL!, PEACOCK!, LONE STAR!, HAPPY ENDINGS!, SCARENTHOOD!, ORDINARY JOE!, CHOICES!, FOOTBALL!, TAMPA BAY BUCCANEARS!, NATIONAL TREASURE RANT!, CSI!, VEGAS!, REBOOT!, OLD!, WRINKLES!, THE WONDER YEARS!, REBOOT!, DON CHEADLE!, NOSTALGIA!, FRED SAVAGE!, REPLACE A WORD!, NOTHING TO IT!, NO WORDPLAY!, TIKTOK REALITY SHOW!, CHARLI D'AMELIO!, KARDASHIAN!, SELF AWARE!, HULU!, LINDSAY LOHAN!, MAKE MUSIC!, BALLER!, FERRIS BUELLER!You can find the videos from this episode at our Discord RIGHT HERE!

Again With This: Beverly Hills, 90210 & Melrose Place
Special: Let's Watch Marcia Cross on CSI and Doug Savant in Masquerade!

Again With This: Beverly Hills, 90210 & Melrose Place

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2021 48:25


We had to take the week off due to Life Issues for everyone but we present you with two selections from the Again With Again With This library. Back in full force next week.AWAWT 054: Almost 20 years ago, Marcia Cross played a suspected black widow -- with a twist -- on a second-season CSI. And when we say that the role is metal, we're speaking quite literally. AWAWT 048: Rob Lowe plays a horny itinerant yacht skipper and Doug Savant plays the local cop who's got his eye on him! Shirts come off! Butts are bared! PERFECT MOVIE?!Show NotesWatch the CSI episode on HuluMasquerade on HBO Max See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

American Conservative University
Part 1 of 2. The Return of the God Hypothesis - with Dr. Stephen C. Meyer Part One

American Conservative University

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2021 36:54


Part 1 of 2. The Return of the God Hypothesis - with Dr. Stephen C. Meyer Part One "In the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth." Perhaps today more than ever, the physical sciences have affirmed that the universe and life within it have been designed and created by God. The whole of the heavens and the earth are filled with God's glory. His invisible attributes are clearly seen in what He has made. Naturalism is bereft of explaining how or why the information in living organisms came to be or how the universe ultimately arranged itself at the beginning. Dr. Stephen C. Meyer of the Discovery Institute and author of Signature in the Cell, Darwin's Doubt sits down with us to talk about how the latest evidence in the cosmological and biological sciences overwhelmingly points to intelligent design. Here on part one we talk about the latest findings in cosmology. On part two we discuss how genetics and biology are evidence of God's handiwork. "Great are the works of the Lord. They are studied by all who delight in them." Psalm 111:2 HELP ACU SPREAD THE WORD!   Ways to subscribe to the American Conservative University Podcast Click here to subscribe via Apple Podcasts Click here to subscribe via RSS You can also subscribe via Stitcher FM Player Podcast Addict Tune-in Podcasts Pandora Look us up on Amazon Prime   If you like this episode head on over to Apple Podcasts and kindly leave us a rating, a review and subscribe! People find us through our good reviews.   FEEDBACK- You can ask your questions, make comments, submit ideas for shows and lots more. Let your voice be heard. Email us at americanconservativeuniversity@americanconservativeuniversity.com     Help CSI Stamp Out Slavery In Sudan Join us in our effort to free over 350 slaves. Listeners to the Eric Metaxas Show will remember our annual effort to free Christians who have been enslaved for simply acknowledging Jesus Christ as their Savior. As we celebrate the birth of Christ this Christmas, join us in giving new life to brothers and sisters in Sudan who have enslaved as a result of their faith. https://csi-usa.org/metaxas   https://csi-usa.org/slavery/   Typical Aid for the Enslaved A ration of sorghum, a local nutrient-rich staple food A dairy goat A “Sack of Hope,” a survival kit containing essential items such as tarp for shelter, a cooking pan, a water canister, a mosquito net, a blanket, a handheld sickle, and fishing hooks. Release celebrations include prayer and gathering for a meal, and medical care for those in need. The CSI team provides comfort, encouragement, and a shoulder to lean on while they tell their stories and begin their new lives. Thank you for your compassion  Giving the Gift of Freedom and Hope to the Enslaved South Sudanese

American Conservative University
Part 2 of 2. The Return of the God Hypothesis with Dr. Stephen C. Meyer - Part Two - Information in DNA

American Conservative University

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2021 30:41


Part 2 of 2. The Return of the God Hypothesis with Dr. Stephen C. Meyer - Part Two - Information in DNA The contemporary biological sciences have uncovered a treasure trove of intricate and complex arrangements of molecules and proteins within living cells that can only be analogously compared to the most advanced computer and systems technology known to man. It is a wonderful affirmation of what King David writes of our being "fearfully and wonderfully made" by God Himself, who "knit us together in our mother's womb" (Psalm 139). The materialist/naturalist sciences are bereft of having a viable explanation as to how this complexity and specified information found within the cell finally arose. On part two of our conversation with Stephen C. Meyer of Discovery Institute in Seattle, WA, we explore in great detail Dr. Meyer's exceptionally well-researched conclusion that like the universe, the wondrous complexity and design of biological life is best explained by intelligent design. And we believe that the "builder and maker" of the universe and life within it is the Lord Jesus Christ (Gen. 1; John 1; Col. 1; Heb. 1). For more information on Dr. Meyer's work, visit https://www.thereturnofthegodhypothes....   HELP ACU SPREAD THE WORD!   Ways to subscribe to the American Conservative University Podcast Click here to subscribe via Apple Podcasts Click here to subscribe via RSS You can also subscribe via Stitcher FM Player Podcast Addict Tune-in Podcasts Pandora Look us up on Amazon Prime   If you like this episode head on over to Apple Podcasts and kindly leave us a rating, a review and subscribe! People find us through our good reviews.   FEEDBACK- You can ask your questions, make comments, submit ideas for shows and lots more. Let your voice be heard. Email us at americanconservativeuniversity@americanconservativeuniversity.com     Help CSI Stamp Out Slavery In Sudan Join us in our effort to free over 350 slaves. Listeners to the Eric Metaxas Show will remember our annual effort to free Christians who have been enslaved for simply acknowledging Jesus Christ as their Savior. As we celebrate the birth of Christ this Christmas, join us in giving new life to brothers and sisters in Sudan who have enslaved as a result of their faith. https://csi-usa.org/metaxas   https://csi-usa.org/slavery/   Typical Aid for the Enslaved A ration of sorghum, a local nutrient-rich staple food A dairy goat A “Sack of Hope,” a survival kit containing essential items such as tarp for shelter, a cooking pan, a water canister, a mosquito net, a blanket, a handheld sickle, and fishing hooks. Release celebrations include prayer and gathering for a meal, and medical care for those in need. The CSI team provides comfort, encouragement, and a shoulder to lean on while they tell their stories and begin their new lives. Thank you for your compassion  Giving the Gift of Freedom and Hope to the Enslaved South Sudanese