Podgodz 383 Recorded 12 Oct 2021 Topic of the Week: ‘The Many Saints of Newark’ (2021) Don’t forget that we are a listener supported show…blah blah…Crown Royal sack. You can reach us @podgodz, firstname.lastname@example.org and on Facebook – that is podgodz with a Zed. You can also help fund this show, or Gio in general, at PATREON.com/Giovanni and hit up those Amazon Affiliate links. Time to put the Crown Royal sack back on the microphone. Music Provided by Rucka Rucka Ali, Check out his work at RukasWorld and possibly commission him for your next project.
Podgodz 382 Recorded 28 Sep 2021 Topic of the Week: ? Don’t forget that we are a listener supported show…blah blah…Crown Royal sack. You can reach us @podgodz, email@example.com and on Facebook – that is podgodz with a Zed. You can also help fund this show, or Gio in general, at PATREON.com/Giovanni and hit up those Amazon Affiliate links. Time to put the Crown Royal sack back on the microphone. Music Provided by Rucka Rucka Ali, Check out his work at RukasWorld and possibly commission him for your next project.
Hoy nuestra educadora sexual, Karen Vázquez, nos explica cómo manejar las relaciones de noviazgo con nuestros hijos adolescentes. ¿En qué momento es ideal comenzar a hablar abiertamente de sexo? Además escucha sus respuestas y consejos a las preguntas de nuestra audiencia. ¡DALE al botón de PLAY y escucha sus consejos! Puedes escuchar a Karen Vázquez, nuestra educadora sexual todos los viernes en El Relajo de La X.
Well we are sorry for the loud sounds of the airplane. Lucas and I discuss everything it took in the weeks leading up to us actually making the flight, there was a point when we both were unsure of being able to make it to LAX. Enjoy the Show! www.Theflipflopguy.co use code “Podcast” for 10% … Continue reading Ep 97: Taking off to Kyrgyzstan for our Ibex hunt and everything it took to get us here with @Lucas.paugh.805 & @justingeikephoto Part 1 of 3 →
Doug and Drew are joined by Avgeek Travel Agent and LAX Dorkfest friend Eric. Eric's flexible schedule allows him to fly on inauagural and final flights and his stories make the rest of us avgeeks with regular jobs jealous. He tells us about how he got into aviaton and how he is finding a niche being a travel agent as the profession has gone through a downturn. We also discuss:LAX announced they will test a new earthquake early warning systemUnited fined for long tarmac delaysDelta wants airlines to share their no-fly listsListener poll - should there be a federal no-fly list?Join the conversation at https://www.nexttripnetwork.com/
.. . .. Sollefteå Norrköping . Örebro Lekeberg Laxå Askersund Hallsberg. -19 . . SVENSK TEXT Pandemin har gjort körsång svårt för Mirna. Amer fick jobb som specialist under pandemin Körsång stoppades helt av pandemin. Det har gjort att Mirna Alhaitham inte kunde utöva sin hobby. Däremot kunde Amer Albarudi till slut få jobb som IT-specialist under pågående pandemi Pandemin har påverkat vardagen för nästan alla människor i världen. Amer Albarudi valde att flytta från Sollefteå till Norrköping. Då bröt pandemin ut och företagen började göra sig av med personal. Det gjorde att Amer hade svårt att hitta ett nytt jobb Men nu har det ordnat sig. Han är nu IT-specialist, är stationerad i Örebro men och jobbar för de fyra kommunerna Lekeberg, Laxå, Askersund och Hallsberg Mirna Alhaitham sjunger med den syriska kören Ornina. Men när pandemin bröt ut så stoppades körsång snabbt eftersom myndigheterna såg att covid-19 viruset spreds snabb i körer. Så Mirna, som arbetar som frisör, har fått ta en paus från sitt fritidsintresse
Welcome to Season 3, Episode 11! This week, we are excited to have Ryan Curtis of the PLL champion Chaos Lacrosse Club, join the pod. As the assistant coach/defensive coordinator, Coach Curtis takes us through the journey as the Chaos turned up the defense on two of the league's best attackmen. It's a great conversation from a lacrosse pro on every level. From his days at The Landon School in Bethesda, MD to his UVA days as a champ and All-American, Coach Curtis leaves us with a great segment. And of course... Joey T., joins us for fantasy football talk.Recorded On 9.27.2021Released On 9.30.2021You can also view this episode on our YouTube Channel: Click HerePartnership opportunities available. View our advertising options by Clicking Here.Connect With Us:Instagram - @turneroneillpodcastFacebook - @turneroneillpodcastTwitter - @turnonpodcastWebsite - www.turnerandoneill.comEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgProducer: Kurtis CrossEngineer: DJ KrissyCo-Host: Coach Stephen TurnerCo-Host: Coach Casey O'NeillSupport the show (http://paypal.me/pools/c/8qJ2vvcrCe)
In this Q&A episode I get to tackle questions from listeners that span the spectrum from technical to philosophical. I share the best advice I've ever gotten (from David Frickin Fincher), and I talk about some outstanding gigs! I tell you about the race and dance history programs/ resources that have been game changers to me, I outline my mental health regimine, AND talk about “that talk” that you get to have with your potential agent. This episode is rich thanks to YOU and your questions! Keep em coming, and keep it funky!Quick Links:Join the WTMMCOMM: thedanawilson.com/wtmmcommIn The Heights Choreo Team Episode: https://www.thedanawilson.com/podcast/ep-78-ith Karida Griffith's R3D Race and Dance History: https://karidagriffith.com/history/ Moncell Durden's Intangible Roots: https://www.moncelldurden.com/onlinecourse Passion Fruit Seeds by Passion Fruit Dance Company: https://newyorklivearts.org/artist/passion-fruit-dance-company/ Transcript: Intro: This is words that move me, the podcast where movers and shakers, like you get the information and inspiration. You need to navigate your creative career with clarity and confidence. I am your host master mover, Dana Wilson. And if you’re someone that loves to learn, laugh and is looking to rewrite the starving artist story, then sit tight. But don’t stop moving because you’re in the right place. Well, Hey there. Good day. Hello. Hi. Welcome to Words that Move me. I’m Dana. I am stoked you are here and I’m stoked to be hitting you with a Q and A episode today. It’s been a while since I did this, um, and times are changing and the things that you want to know are changing too. I got some really great Qs submitted when I put my, ask me anything out there on Instagram, and I am a very excited to A them. But first let’s celebrate. I start every episode with wins because I think it’s important to celebrate what is going well. And today I have a lot to celebrate, but I can not get over this one. When this past Sunday, I went on a morning beach walk with my husband, AKA vice chief, our favorite beache is Dockweiler, um, because the planes from LAX fly directly overhead, and you can light stuff on fire there, which very, very much appeals to Vice Chief. Now, I don’t recall actually how long we walked for. Uh, but there was one moment, one moment in particular, that was very special that I would like to celebrate because this moment a plane, uh, uh, like jumbo freight plane, like not a passenger plane. One of those fancy FedEx types flew overhead. It was a very overcast morning and the sound seemed to be bouncing off of all of the surrounding clouds. The sound from overhead was coming from more places than where my eyes saw the plane. And it was just so unusual to feel this multi-directional really deep and loud rumbling coming from above me. And then watching this jumbo jet disappear into a white sky was ridiculous. So that’s happening up above my head. And then below my feet, a wave came like gently about up to my shins, like were not even shin really. I would say upper ankle, like where you do a frappe from, and that cold water took the sand from under my feet. So I was having this up above sensation and below my toes sensation. And my body felt sandwiched between these senses and it was really remarkable. And I know it maybe sounds simple or silly, but I felt so small in that moment. Um, but also so big in my ability to feel so it was a special moment. I wanted to put a pin in that
“As the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach go from bad to worse we now have LAX at a near breaking point with airfreight storage in some cases costing at 24 hours after arrival in excess of $1.00 kg per day. “Hang on as this is going to get much more chaotic before it gets better.” The speaker is Peter Lamy President of Intelligent Supply Chain Management (iSCM) and American Worldwide Agencies (AWA) based in Hawthorne, California. Cargo facilities at most U.S. airports are inadequate for what's ahead! Since 2000, cargo improvements at most U.S. airports were almost nil until E-commerce and a pandemic sparked new interest. Resolving the gaps is far more difficult in mature markets where development comes up to the fences. Airports like Dallas Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) on 14,000 acres are rare. Don Lamy was a force of nature when we knew him as top man in the Americas at Air New Zealand Cargo, the airline he served and became famous for building in the U.S.. From Los Angeles Don had that cargo operation humming, and punching way above its weight for decades. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/geoffrey-arend/support
Hoy nuestra educadora sexual, Karen Vázquez, nos dice si es seguro practicar el sexo oral durante el embarazo. Conoce cómo esto puede afectar tu salud sexual y las relaciones con tu pareja. Además escucha sus respuestas y consejos a las preguntas de nuestra audiencia. ¡DALE al botón de PLAY y entérate! Puedes escuchar a Karen Vázquez, nuestra educadora sexual todos los viernes en El Relajo de La X.
Welcome to Season 3, Episode 10! We are each at home discussing the week in sports. From Buffalo's stomping of the Dolphins to last second wins in Washington & Baltimore... College football to the MLB playoffs, we cover it all. We even get a first-hand account of this past weekend's PLL championship by Coach O'Neill!Did we mention... JOEY T IS BACK with his 2 Minute Drill! So fantasy heads... get ready!Recorded On 9.20.2021Released On 9.23.2021You can also view this episode on our YouTube Channel: Click HerePartnership opportunities available. View our advertising options by Clicking Here.Connect With Us:Instagram - @turneroneillpodcastFacebook - @turneroneillpodcastTwitter - @turnonpodcastWebsite - www.turnerandoneill.comEmail: email@example.comProducer: Kurtis CrossEngineer: DJ KrissyCo-Host: Coach Stephen TurnerCo-Host: Coach Casey O'NeillSupport the show (http://paypal.me/pools/c/8qJ2vvcrCe)
If you have a few minutes before October 3, 2021, I'd really appreciate your feedback about Love What You Love, and some insight into your podcast listening habits! The survey is very short, and every submission = a donation to the Humane Society by me! I'd really appreciate your feedback (and so would the critters). https://bit.ly/LWYL2021survey When he was a little kid, Kevin Ray absolutely loved airports and airplanes - and that passion has never waned. He's now a professional planespotter, putting his many years of news videography experience to work by sharing the daily activities at Los Angeles' LAX airport with fellow enthusiasts around the world. In this chat we talk about the queen of the skies; connecting with people over a shared passion; planespotting after 9/11; why airplanes have special paint jobs; the physical challenges of planespotting; flight crew fanboys; and so much more. So find out why Kevin loves planespotting - and why you might learn to love it, too. Find Kevin https://airlinevideos.com https://facebook.com/airlinevideos4k https://instagram.com/airlinevideos https://twitter.com/airlinevideos https://youtube.com/airlinevideos Kevin's favorite nonprofit: Make-A-Wish Foundation https://wish.org *** My favorite nonprofits: Everytown for Gun Safety https://www.everytown.org Humane Society Silicon Valley https://hssv.org Southern Poverty Law Center https://www.splcenter.org Town Cats of Morgan Hill https://towncats.org World Central Kitchen https://wck.org *** We're on Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/lovewhatyoulovepod Hang out with me at https://instagram.com/lovewhatyoulovepod or https://twitter.com/whatyoulovepod Need transcripts? Contact Emily White at The Wordary Emily@TheWordary.com Check out my books at https://juliekrose.com LWYL Music: Inspiring Hope by Pink-Sounds https://audiojungle.net/user/pink-sounds
Countdown #338 Last time a topic like this came up it was all about New York and that was hard enough. But this time around, when it comes to counting down their favourite films set in a particular city, the guys have challenged themselves further: To narrow all the films set in Los Angeles, California, down to just ten films! This one, kind listener, is more difficult than navigating your way out of LAX in a hire car. And it could cost Wayne and Paul more than a day at Disneyland. Find out just how badly the boys regret all the films they had to leave off this killer list, as The Countdown continues ... Hit up the CC Radio Network that The Countdown is a proud part of and follow the headers to the other great shows. Join The Countdown Podcast Listener Community on Facebook so you can interact more directly with Paul and Wayne and vote in the weekly poll for who has the best list! And finally, how about some Countdown merch? Grab a new range of products right here!
This week Tyler and Monique sit with friend of the show Greg. We were all together at an aviation event at LAX and decited to have Greg join us. Dork Fest in LAXAviation HistoryClub TalkPremium Visiting One World Trade CenterStaint LuciaB17 BummerTipsFing Greg on Instagram @gwpet01And Twitter @GPetLEX
Podgodz 381 Recorded 14 Sep 2021 Topic of the Week: ? Don’t forget that we are a listener supported show…blah blah…Crown Royal sack. You can reach us @podgodz, firstname.lastname@example.org and on Facebook – that is podgodz with a Zed. You can also help fund this show, or Gio in general, at PATREON.com/Giovanni and hit up those Amazon Affiliate links. Time to put the Crown Royal sack back on the microphone. Music Provided by Rucka Rucka Ali, Check out his work at RukasWorld and possibly commission him for your next project.
We're joined by Peter Renaldi, the host of Filmmaker Magazine's acting podcast Back to One, to talk about Sean Penn's directorial debut, The Indian Runner. In fact, Sean Penn just appeared on Peter's show! Did he say anything interesting? Let's find out! Also, and this is Chris here, I somehow got through this entire episode without telling the story about the time Sean Penn's son took my backpack from LAX. Another time! Listen to Back to One here: https://filmmakermagazine.com/column/back-to-one-a-podcast-on-acting/#.YUiQxLhKjIU See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
On this episode Doug and Drew discuss:Doug getting his 737 certificationDrew caters HNL with schnitzel and strudel?Drew's routing to Dorkfest LAX traffic volumes rising Sustainable fuels are coming JFK or LAX, what's better for spotting Join the conversation at:https://www.nexttripnetwork.com/
This week on Down the Hatch, Buckle up: Josh Wigler and Mike Bloom are bringing the final season premiere of LOST in for its final descent. The post Lost: Down the Hatch | Season 6 Premiere: ‘LA X' appeared first on PostShowRecaps.com.
This week on Down the Hatch, Buckle up: Josh Wigler and Mike Bloom are bringing the final season premiere of LOST in for its final descent. The post Lost: Down the Hatch | Season 6 Premiere: ‘LA X' appeared first on PostShowRecaps.com.
This week we hung out with Izza! We talk music, “needing to get away,” how music has helped her mentally, her love for Mario Kart, what she's binging on Netflix, and the importance of “self check-ins,” Music featured in this episode: “LAX to JFK” “Crying in Silver Lake” Our host is now on Twitch! Make sure to follow him! AwkwardHugger1
Welcome to Season 3, Episode 9! In Part II of our"Gold Standard" series, head coach Sharman White joins the podcast. Recently appointed to lead Team USA's U16 men's basketball program, Coach White takes us on the journey which led to his team maintaining a perfect historical record, en route to the FIBA gold medal.Recorded On 9.13.2021Released On 9.16.2021You can also view this episode on our YouTube Channel: Click HerePartnership opportunities available. View our advertising options by Clicking Here.Connect With Us:Instagram - @turneroneillpodcastFacebook - @turneroneillpodcastTwitter - @turnonpodcastWebsite - www.turnerandoneill.comEmail: email@example.comProducer: Kurtis CrossEngineer: DJ KrissyCo-Host: Coach Stephen TurnerCo-Host: Coach Casey O'NeillSupport the show (http://paypal.me/pools/c/8qJ2vvcrCe)
I am typing this week's Dividend Cafe from 30,000 feet very late at night on Thursday night/Friday morning, after spending four and a half hours on the plane, on the runway, alongside 100+ other planes that were unable to take off as airspace was closed for Kamala Harris' visit to the LA area (campaigning with Gavin Newsom against the recall). My wife and I will land in Nashville in the middle of the night, and we will forget this experience soon (I hope). Anyone who travels a lot has had bad experiences. I travel 50x a year and have been through everything, but as a percentage of the times I fly, I have had it easy over the last 25 years. It's never fun, but it happens. But twenty years ago Joleen and I were also flying together, this time departing LAX for a Tahitian honeymoon. As I mentioned the other day Joleen and I celebrated twenty years of marriage this week. On September 10, 2001, we left LAX on a redeye with a planned landing in Tahiti in the early morning. One hour before we landed the most horrific act in American history took place. It is that event that is the subject of today's Dividend Cafe. Sure, there are some personal reflections and musings. But there really is a market lesson in all of this, and I hope you will find this to be meaty enough for your normal Dividend Cafe longings. Truth be told, the rather basic message I have to share for investors on this 20th anniversary of 9/11 is more significant in practical terms than any commentary I have ever written about monetary policy or capital allocation. I will forget the wait of today, but I will never forget 9/11. Let's jump in. DividendCafe.com TheBahnsenGroup.com
CDC Changes Definition Of “Vaccination” To No Longer Include “Immunity Australia Is Now Confiscating Booze Delivered To People Forced Into Lockdown Amazon Delivery Drivers Won’t Be Screened for Marijuana GROWLING PASSENGER: A man was spotted hissing and chewing his mask during the flight out of LAX. Cannabis consumers under age 45 are nearly twice as […] All show notes at The Patrick Madrid Show: September 09, 2021 – Hour 1 - This podcast produced by Relevant Radio
Welcome to Season 3, Episode 8! This week, Sidwell Friends School student-athlete & Team USA 2x Gold Medalist Kiki Rice takes a T-O to chat about school, basketball, her Team USA travels & more. Kiki Rice is a true, well-rounded young lady who you;'ll love hearing from!Recorded On 9.6.2021Released On 9.9.2021You can also view this episode on our YouTube Channel: Click HerePartnership opportunities available. View our advertising options by Clicking Here.Connect With Us:Instagram - @turneroneillpodcastFacebook - @turneroneillpodcastTwitter - @turnonpodcastWebsite - www.turnerandoneill.comEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgProducer: Kurtis CrossEngineer: DJ KrissyCo-Host: Coach Stephen TurnerCo-Host: Coach Casey O'NeillSupport the show (http://paypal.me/pools/c/8qJ2vvcrCe)
On this episode of Brown Bag, the crew get vulnerable talking about grief. How the LAFC vs GALAXY game went. All the good kids that sent their parents to see Los Bukis. Don't You Know I'm Local is about the LAX security breaches. Plus Cool/Coolo on Jake Paul. Vic sends some love to the Edgar community, Do Know takes us into his moms rocker world and into the cuisine served inside Juvie (hint: that's what this episode title is named after.) On the music end, we touch on Drake's album artwork (this was recorded before the album dropped) and discuss our favorite rap characters/albums. All that plus so much more. Enjoy! Follow the crew on ig/tiktok @brownbagpod
Mayor Bill de Blasio says ‘it is a new world' after the destruction from Hurricane Ida // The Caldor Fire continues to grow but at a much slower pace // A network outage in San Francisco takes down the 9-1-1 system in the city // Heading into Labor Day weekend, gas prices in LA County set a new record for the highest price average // LAX has doubled its flights since last Labor Day // Ivermectin countries to fly off the shelfs // Former NFL player, Keith McCants is found dead at his home in Florida // Mars Rover Perseverance may have picked up its first rock sample.
Here's your morning news: Fewer people testing positive for COVID in L.A. County; Calmer winds a welcome sight for South Lake Tahoe firefighters; LAX officials expect double the passenger traffic as last year; SAG/AFTRA chooses Fran Drescher as its new president; Hollywood productions back in full swing. Support the show: https://support.laist.com/laistnav
Welcome to Season 3, Episode 7! This week, head coach Nat St. Laurent (PLL Redwoods Lacrosse Club & Ohio Northern University) takes a T-O to chat about lacrosse, life & his pursuits for building the program at ONU while competing with his team in the PLL. We LOVED having coach St. Laurent on the podcast and you will too!We discuss...•The three things does he look for in a college recruit•The question his brother asked him before he accepted the ONU position•Growing the sport through efforts in diversity•Coaching Kyle Harrison Recorded On 8.31.2021Released On 9.2.2021You can also view this episode on our YouTube Channel: Click HerePartnership opportunities available. View our advertising options by Clicking Here.Connect With Us:Instagram - @turneroneillpodcastFacebook - @turneroneillpodcastTwitter - @turnonpodcastWebsite - www.turnerandoneill.comEmail: email@example.comProducer: Kurtis CrossEngineer: DJ KrissyCo-Host: Coach Stephen TurnerCo-Host: Coach Casey O'NeillSupport the show (http://paypal.me/pools/c/8qJ2vvcrCe)
Podgodz 380 Recorded 31 Aug 2021 Topic of the Week: ‘What If?’ (2021) Don’t forget that we are a listener supported show…blah blah…Crown Royal sack. You can reach us @podgodz, firstname.lastname@example.org and on Facebook – that is podgodz with a Zed. You can also help fund this show, or Gio in general, at PATREON.com/Giovanni and hit up those Amazon Affiliate links. Time to put the Crown Royal sack back on the microphone. Music Provided by Rucka Rucka Ali, Check out his work at RukasWorld and possibly commission him for your next project.
“Creativity is a wild mind and a disciplined eye.” – Dorthy Parker I am so excited for this conversation!! I am welcoming Colorado native and longtime LAX homie turned full time artist, Cora Sexton Wheeler, to the T&T mic! I have known Cora for over 20 years and I never even knew she was this amazing artist, so I too, was pumped to hear her journey from D1 athlete, to dental school, to becoming a mom, and then taking art on full time. Little did I know that the creative energy was there all along- like myself ha (lax and beer was a enough to keep us friends this long- obvi). Cora's shares her process and how each piece of that journey had to unfold in its own time only to compliment the art and inspiration oh-so-perfectly now. She even uses dental tools for some of her creations! The universe does not play. I love highlighting T&T creatives because I firmly believe that creativity in any form unites us and from there we can open to heavier covno and ideally a united world… #LongTermGoals folks. If you are a budding artist or someone like Cora that has had it all along, this is an awesome cast for you to be inspired to fuel that creative heart and potentially take it on full time when the time if right. You never know where the destination truly lands, but you might as well as paint the path the color you want along the way:) Highlights: LACROSSE. Lacrosse makes friends. Turmeric and Tequila. Good times and great oldies. The journey and all the plans that didn't, but did work out. Moms, professionals, artists, creatives, and being all of those things. Balance= Rose. Family legacy and philanthropy. Inspiration and creation. Maturing priorities and recognizing what you really give a shit about. Cora Sexton Wheeler: FINE WESTERN ART About The Art The goal of my art is to engage viewers through multiple sensory outlets, primarily visual and tactile. The saturated colors are playful, inviting and warm. The palette, along with the heavy texture, encourages a closer look and even a touch. My body of work is heavily influenced by my heritage and upbringing in both the city and on a ranch in Durango, Colorado. I have always loved to create and work with my hands. Over the years I have used a myriad of tools and instruments to sculpt my art. I focus on capturing the details in everything from vast mountain range landscapes to tiny meticulous flowers. The paintings tell a story that reflects American history, especially in the West. Every piece starts with a sketch on canvas and is followed by sculpting of the image with white lightweight spackle. Then, multiple acrylic color washes are applied to the layers and fine details are painted in. Paintings are completed with either a high gloss resin or varnished with a matte finish. The pieces are sculptures on canvas with the depth adding structure and interest. My work continues to grow and change in both the size and subject matter, always with a western nod and appreciation for my native Colorado upbringing and American Indian ancestors. I am honored to donate a portion of the proceeds from all headdress pieces to a non-profit that supports American Indian children and families in the Denver metropolitan area. Curriculum Vitae: Exhibits/Shows: Community Series Pop-up at Free Market Dairy Block (Denver, CO) — 2021 Memories in the Making, Purple Gala Featured Artist (Denver, CO) — 2016-present Representation: A-Line Boutique (Denver, CO) Kate Meyers, Art Consultant (Denver, CO) Press: Cherry Creek Fashion Magazine "A Line Muses: Artist Cora Wheeler" (September 2020) Cherry Hills Village Magazine "Local Artist: Cora Sexton Wheeler" (January 2021) Avid Lifestyle Magazine "Heirloom Art" (February 2021) Shoutout Colorado "Meet Cora Wheeler" (March 2021) The Explorer "Dental Hygienists are Artists" (April 2021) CSextonW Studio: www.csextonwstudio.com IG @csextonwstudio email@example.com 303.956.3333 Connect with T&T: IG: @TurmericTequila Facebook: @TurmericAndTequila Website: www.TurmericAndTequila.com Host: Kristen Olson IG: @Madonnashero Tik Tok: @Madonnashero Website: www.KOAlliance.com
Secretary of State Antony Blinken's address on leaving Afghanistan. The mother of one of the fallen Marine's from the bombing in Afghanistan called into a satellite radio show and called Pres. Biden a “feckless dementia ridden piece of crap.” A concerned parent comes on the show to talk about the new COVID-19 restrictions youth sports is now facing in SoCal. A homeless man snuck onto the tarmac at LAX and boarded a plane.
The governor of Louisiana says that residents may go without power for at least a couple weeks // More evacuations ordered today in South Lake Tahoe // A memorial hike is held for the four marines from California that died in Kabul explosion // The number of businesses fleeing California are on the rise // China is going to ban kids for playing online games for more than 3 hours per week // A man was arrested at LAX after boarding a parked American Airlines plane // Ed Asner has died // Nia DaCosta makes history with her film ‘Candyman'.
Today we're taking the train to a land of paradise. Warm climate, great surf, beautiful women, and…. the Honolulu Strangler? That's right we're taking a trip to Hawaii and the land of unsolved murders. You know how we like our unsolved crimes here at the midnight train! So without further ado… Let's get into what we do know about the case and see if we can solve it like we do with so many other things. So the Honolulu Strangler was a serial killer who was active between 1985-1986. He tortured and killed 5 women. The five victims were found with their hands bound behind their backs, sexually assaulted and strangled. The strangler's victims ranged in ages between 17 and 36 and came from different walks of life. The police had several suspects including one that… Well… is most likely the killer but… You know, the police let him go. Well get to him in a bit. First we are going to discuss the victims and then the few suspects they had. There's not a huge amount of information out there. Every source has the same information so we'll give you what we have found. Let's start with the victims. The first victim was Vicki Gail Purdy. She was an attractive, petite 25 year old blonde who was a transplant from North Carolina. She lived in Miliani with her husband Gary. Gary was stationed in Hawaii as a helicopter pilot for the U.S. Army. Vicki worked at the Wahiawa Video Rental store, which was a point of contention between her and Gary. Gary Purdy had long objected to his wife's place of work, for the video store was known to sell pornographic films. The police found that Vicki liked to go dancing at clubs with her friends. On May 29 Vicki went to a club with a couple friends in Waikiki. Gary was expecting her back around 9. When she did not return home Gary started to page Vicki and continued to page her throughout the night. For you young kids out there, a pager is what you used to get ahold of someone before there were cell phones. You'd get a page and then you'd have to find this thing called a pay phone to call the number back. A PayPhone is typically a coin-operated public telephone, often located in a telephone booth or in high-traffic outdoor areas, with pre-payment by inserting money (usually coins) or by billing a credit or debit card, or a telephone card.… It was nuts! At any rate… the next morning Gary finds his wife's car in the parking lot of the Shorebird Hotel. Police were contacted by a cab driver who said he had dropped Vicki off there the night before sometime around midnight. Vicki's body was found the morning of may 30th on an embankment near Keehi Lagoon. She was found with her hands tied behind her back. She had been raped, then strangled, and then killed. At first the police checked out any possible connection to the video store. On top of Gary not liking her working there, the store had a bit of a reputation already. In December of 1984, two women, a worker and the co-owner of the store, were stabbed to death at the store. Police initially took the angle that a porn obsessed man had stalked and killed Vicki. After investigation though police could find no link to the video store and the crime. They were back to square one. Her husband, Gary Purdy was a chief warrant officer with the 24th Aviation Battalion. At six feet tall and 165 pounds, he could obviously handle his own. He told media Purdy she had once “knocked the —- out of me” during an argument. He believed it would have taken two people to nab her. Victim number two was 17 year old Regina Sakamoto. Regina was petite like Vicki, but moreso. She was only 4'11" and weighed only 105lbs. Also like Vicki, Regina was a transplant. She was originally from Kansas. People said Regina was a shy quiet girl who had planned on attending college in Hawaii in the fall. Regina's father was a military serviceman stationed in Hawaii. On January 14,1986 Regina spoke with her boyfriend at around 7:15am. She had told him that she would be late as she was not catching her usual bus. She would be missing for about a month after this. In February her body was found. She had been bound with her hands behind her back, raped and strangled just like Vicki. Oh and she was found near Keehi Lagoon as well… Same as Vicki. After the discovery of Regina's body, homicide detectives became convinced they had a serial killer on their hands. Due to the fact that both women were found with their hands tied behind their backs, both had been raped, and both had been strangled, police surmised the cases were linked. Add to that they were both found in the same area, and it was all but assured. The Keehi Lagoon area was part of an urban beach park. There was ready access to the ocean and it was dotted with tiny islands. It was fairly secluded and made for a good dumping ground for the killer. Two weeks after Regina Sakamoto disappeared, but before her body was found, the killer struck again. This time it was 21 year old Denise Hughes that was the victim. Denise was a native of Washington state. Like Regina, she was also used to using the bus system and regularly took the bus to and from work. Denise failed to show up to work at her job as a secretary for a phone company. Police suspect she met the killer at the bus stop or on the bus. In February, three fishermen would find her body. There were a few differences between her body and the first two. First off she was found near Moanalua stream and not by Keehi Lagoon. Second, her body was wrapped in a blue tarp. Despite these differences and the fact that the body was pretty decomposed, they were able to assess that it was the same killer, due to the fact that she'd been bound the same way and strangled. Regina's brother would later do an interview with khon2.com and say “She was late for school that day,” “It was in Waipahu. She was sitting at the bus stop in front of Diners in Waipahu.” Her brother was in 5th grade at the time. He would go on to say: "I used to look up to her. She'd babysit me and stuff like that", adding that she was “very bookish, smart, fun loving, everybody's friend, that kind of thing.” When asked about revisiting the case, her brother says he wished they could test for DNA. Unfortunately they could only test for blood type at the time. “It's kind of sad that both my parents, you know, they're not here to, even if it does get resolved, they're not here to see it,” Omar Sakamoto said. “I just want, what is that, closure.” This interview was about 5 years ago when there was talk of reopening the case or at least revisiting some of the evidence. The killings prompted the Honolulu Police Department to form a task force that included an FBI profiler who helped put together a profile of the person they believed could be the suspect. He was described as a Caucasian male in his 30s to 40s with no criminal record. The profiler also suspected the killer targeted women near where he lived or worked. “He's an individual who may be, at this particular juncture, may be experiencing girlfriend or marital problems and the selection of victims is probably the result of opportunity or chance encounters,” former Honolulu Police Chief Douglas Gibb said back in 1986. Former homicide lieutenant Gary Dias was the head of HPD's homicide detail at the time. “DNA could've been a much greater asset for us in that particular case,” Dias said, “and it's useless in today's age, because 82 percent of the world are types O and A.” “Digital evidence is extremely important toward the advancement of investigations,” Dias said. Unfortunately back then, there was no cell phone video, and surveillance video wasn't common. The next victim was 25 year old Louise Medeiros. According to a newspaper article we found from Hawaii from 1986, Louise J. Medeiros was a young woman who had lived much of life before she knew how to live it anyway. She'd left her large family on Kauai as a teenager, opting for independence and uncertainty on her own on Oahu. In six years, she'd returned to Kauai once, for a bowling tournament, and then only called home. She'd been on welfare, gotten in trouble with the law and lived with beach people at Makaha. Three months pregnant when she was killed, the 25-year-old had never married, had three children and a daughter in a foster home. But most of the family worries about their prodigal sister were soothed when Louise came home in March for a reading of her mother's will. The family found her centered and motivated, no longer the alienated rebel. Then the day after the reunion she was gone... abducted, police assume, from a bus stop near the airport on the evening of March 26. "She was finally happy. She had found peace within herself," recalled her eldest sister, Brenda Durant, of the last visit. "We were lying in my bedroom. She'd laugh and laugh." On March 26, 1986, Medeiros boarded a red-eye flight to Oahu. From there, Medeiros told her family that she planned to take a bus to Waipahu in order to meet them following the tragic death of their mother. Medeiros was last seen alive leaving the plane after it landed in Honolulu. Medeiros's body was found by construction workers on April 2 near the Waikele Stream. Like the other four victims, Medeiros was found partially clothed. (The killer always removed the pants and undergarments and left his victims nude from the waist down.) She had also had her hands tied behind her back. Medeiros had been sexually assaulted and strangled. In order to catch the killer, the HPD began sending their female officers undercover to the Honolulu International Airport and to Keehi Lagoon. By now, it was clear that the killer favored out-of-town victims or those with limited connections to Hawaii. The killer's last known victim was 36 year old Linda Pesce. Her roommate would be the last person to see her alive. Her roommate said she saw Linda when she left home on the morning of April 29, 1986. The next morning the roommate was informed that Linda had not shown up for work. This was odd to the roommate. She was informed a little later that Lindas car had been found near a viaduct on route 92/interstate H-1. It was at this point the roommate reported her missing to the police. Motorists claimed that on the evening of April 29 they saw the car's emergency lights flashing, indicating it had stalled. They also described a Caucasian or mixed ancestry man in his 30s or 40s, of medium build, and a cream-colored, american made van with letters on its rear windows, both beside Pesce's vehicle. In May of 2018, the TV show Breaking Homicide returned to the case and the show's investigators suggested that the Honolulu Strangler may have also killed 19-year-old Lisa Au in 1982. Au was last seen alive just after midnight on January 21, 1982. Her car was later found near Kapaa Quarry Road. Ten days later, on January 31, 1982, a jogger found Au's nude, decomposing body on Tantalus Lookout in Waikiki. Police were never able to officially list Au's cause of death. Ok, now… This is where shit kinda gets crazy! Depending on the source things get a little mixed up. We've found at least two different accounts of what happened next but they both involve the same man, a man who most people think is the killer. The first story we found was that an unidentified(at the time) 43 year old white male came to the police claiming that a psychic (also unidentified) told him where Linda Pesces body was. He said the psychic informed him the body was located on Sand Island. The man then led police to a spot on the island but Pesces body was not there. Police decided to search the entire island and then found her body. She had been strangled and her hands were bound with parachute cord like the other victims. From what I've encountered on this particular part of the story, he purposely did not go near the spot where they eventually found her body. Sounds sus af. And that just sounded weird coming from me. Moving on. OK so that's the first version of the story. We found another version that goes a little something like this: The as yet unidentified mean first came to police attention when Linda Pesce's body had not yet been found. He voluntarily presented himself to the authorities claiming he had found some bones on Sand Island. When investigators processed the bones they discovered they were from a pig. The man was put under surveillance and, on May 9, was arrested due to circumstantial evidence linking him to the serial killings. So we found both of these stories in several different places and wanted to present them both. From here on out everything pretty much lines up through most sources. So who the hell is this guy? Well it would come out much later that the mans name was Howard Gay Dutcher. So who was Howard Gay and why was he considered the prime suspect even though he'd helped find the body of Linda Pesce? Let's have a look at this guy shall we? Gay was born in 1943 in Buffalo, New York. Not much is known about his personal history other than he joined the army and was stationed at George Air Force Base, a 30-minute drive from Apple Valley, California, where he lived for fifteen years. He was eventually discharged in 1965. Gay attended Victor Valley College, received his associate degree, and was employed by Continental Telephone in Victorville, where he held jobs as a lineman and teletype repairman. In the same year as his discharge, he married Rita Thompson, his college sweetheart, and fathered two children with her: Justin and Jason. In 1968, he was employed by Flying Tiger Line at Los Angeles International Airport. Gay's role was to train cargo aircraft mechanics around the world and, in 1980, he was relocated to Daniel K. Inouye International Airport, in Honolulu, Hawaii. Howard lived in a rented three-bedroom home in Ewa Beach. He divorced from his wife in 1983. One day, his family decided to surprise him by traveling to Honolulu, but when they showed up he was upset and even refused to let them in his home. He made them stay in a hotel and shipped them back to California two days later. His neighbors told reporters he was a gentleman, always willing to help others. A female assistant manager who worked at La Mariana Sailing Club in 1986 recognized Gay as a man who routinely stared at her, asked her to accept rides from him, and once reacted furiously when she once again refused. The FBI's Behavioral Science Unit profiled the Honolulu Strangler as being a Caucasian male in his late 30s or early 40s who had no prior criminal record and may have been experiencing marital or girlfriend problems at the time. It said the killer may have lived or worked in the area between Sand Island and Waipahu. He was also an opportunist who cruised for victims and struck when opportunity presented itself, rather than a stalker who chose his victims. And due to prior witnesses, they had suspected the killer drove a cream colored van with words on the back. All of these things fit Gay to a T. On May 9th 1986, police arrested Gay. Gays girlfriend had started to police the he like bondage sex and would routinely tie her up with her hands behind her back, like the victims. Another way he fit the profile and the police thought him to be a viable suspect is that his ex wife told police that each killing coincides with a domestic dispute the couple had. The ex wife says that Gay would leave the house after the fights and would not return until the next day. On top of that he was connected to all the crime scenes since he worked at the airport (near where most of the victims were dumped) and lived in close proximity to Waipahu, where two victims disappeared and Louise Medeiros' body was found. He also drove a cream-colored, american made van with letters on its rear windows, had a vasectomy like the man who raped three of the victims, and possibly had access to parachute cord due to his job. If that were not enough, Linda Pesce's boss claimed she had written down Gay's phone number on a note pad on the day she disappeared, since at that time Linda was looking for customers in the airport area. Gay offered to take a polygraph examination which (depending on the source) gave an inconclusive result, or a failure result, and consented to a search at his home. Despite all the elements against him, he was released after being held and questioned for ten hours, since prosecutors Peter Carlisle and Michael McGuigan decided they had insufficient evidence to win a case. Two months after the arrest a woman came forward to claim she'd seen Linda chatting with a man the night she disappeared. The woman was brought in and shown a lineup and picked Gays photo out of the line up. The woman said she did not want to be a witness as she was scared because the man had seen her as well. So what happened to Gay after this. Well… We'll tell ya. The killings stopped after Gay's arrest and release. After his release he stated, “The police have released me, that's all I know. They (the investigators) have plenty of good cause. They're doing their job”..Gay returned to California in June 1986 to see his son, Jason, graduate from high school. Three days later, Jason was killed in an automobile accident, while changing a tire on the side of the road which prompted Howard to become a born-again Christian. Gay later worked for FedEx in Memphis, Tennessee, presumably when the latter acquired Flying Tiger Line, in 1988. He died of kidney failure in November of 2003. We found his obituary… Not one mention of his time in Hawaii...it reads as follows: Howard Gay lived in Apple Valley, California, for fifteen years. He was stationed at George Air Force Base, where he was honorably discharged in 1965. He attended Victor Valley College, where he received his associate degree. Howard was employed at Continental Telephone in Victorville, California, as a lineman and later a teletype repairman. In 1968, he was employed by Flying Tiger Lines at LAX, and later Federal Express in Memphis, Tennessee. Howard traveled throughout the world, training aircraft mechanics on airframe and powerplant systems on large cargo planes. Interesting…. At any rate, police spoke to many people and followed other leads on cream colored vans and things like that. Nothing solid ever came from anything else other than the Howard Gay stuff. Police that worked the case spoke years later and they all are certain that Gay was the killer. Unfortunately since he is dead and since no DNA evidence is available we may never actually get a solid answer on this case, despite there being a reward of $25,000. This seems to be one of those weird unsolved cases that everyone seems to know who did it. 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Welcome to Season 3, Episode 6! This week, Coach Casey O'Neill journeys with us as he defines a new why. After 20+ years of involvement with The Gonzaga College High School program, Coach O'Neill is charting a new course. The conversation answers lots of questions as he is our guest for this week's episode. Recorded On 8.23.2021Released On 8.26.2021You can also view this episode on our YouTube Channel: Click HerePartnership opportunities available. View our advertising options by Clicking Here.Connect With Us:Instagram - @turneroneillpodcastFacebook - @turneroneillpodcastTwitter - @turnonpodcastWebsite - www.turnerandoneill.comEmail: email@example.comProducer: Kurtis CrossEngineer: DJ KrissyCo-Host: Coach Stephen TurnerCo-Host: Coach Casey O'NeillSupport the show (http://paypal.me/pools/c/8qJ2vvcrCe)
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Much of the modern discussion about UFOs revolves around the Pentagon's AATIP program, which looked at aerospace threats and culminated in the Navy's current UAP Task Force. But before any of this came along, several years ago the existence of a group called the Advanced Theoretical Physics Project was disclosed with far less fanfare. John Alexander, Ph.D., the group's founder, has been a leading advocate for the development of non-lethal weapons since he created renewed interest in the field starting in 1989. After retiring from the Army, Dr. Alexander joined Los Alamos National Laboratory where he was instrumental in developing the concept of Non-Lethal Defense. He has briefed White House Staff, National Security Council, Members of Congress, former Directors of Central Intelligence, and senior Defense officials on nonlethal weaponry, and also on unidentified aerial phenomena, as he recounts in his book UFOs: Myths Conspiracies, and Realities, and his new book, Reality Denied: Firsthand Experiences with Things that Can't Happen – But Did. Dr. Alexander joins us for a wide-ranging discussion about UFOs on this week's edition of The Micah Hanks Program. The story doesn't end here... become an X Subscriber and get access to even more weekly content and monthly specials. Enjoy The Micah Hanks Program? Check out Micah's other podcasts here. Want to advertise/sponsor The Micah Hanks Program? We have partnered with the fine folks at Gumball to handle our advertising/sponsorship requests. If you would like to advertise with The Micah Hanks Program, all you have to do is click the link below to get started: Gumball: Advertise with The Micah Hanks Program Coronavirus Charities If you are able, please consider supporting the following charities that are offering relief for those affected by the coronavirus pandemic. Visit our Coronavirus Charities Page to learn more. Show Notes Below are links to stories and other content featured in this episode: NEWS: 890-million-year-old sponges may be oldest animal fossils Stone Age axe dating back 1.3 million years unearthed in Morocco Oregon Bootleg Fire: Evacuations as largest US fire burns 364,000 acres CA drought: Dozens of communities at risk of running out of water Sharks fleeing toxic red tide take refuge in Florida canal Jetpack sighting near LAX, pilot reports: 'Did you see the UFO?' Documents Indicate How Little Officials Knew About Mysterious Drones Last Year Galileo Project: scientists to search for signs of extraterrestrial technology JOHN ALEXANDER, Ph.D.: The Official Website of John B. Alexander, Ph.D. UFOs: Myths, Conspiracies, and Realities Reality Denied: Firsthand Experiences with Things that Can't Happen – But Did X Subscriber Sign-Up BECOME AN X SUBSCRIBER AND GET EVEN MORE GREAT PODCASTS AND MONTHLY SPECIALS FROM MICAH HANKS. Sign up today and get access to the entire back catalog of The Micah Hanks Program, as well as “classic” episodes of The Gralien Report Podcast, weekly “additional editions” of the subscriber-only X Podcast, the monthly Enigmas specials, and much more. Like us on Facebook Follow @MicahHanks on Twitter
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