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Swing Easy Sinatra. Here is George and Ira Gershwin's Love Walked In from the 1961 album Sinatra Swings. Arranged and conducted by Billy May. Credits: Theme music by Erik Blicker and Glenn Schloss Edited by Katie Cali Mixing and mastering by Amit Zangi Send comments to firstname.lastname@example.org
Streaming Evilive Show 110 On October 25, 2000, 4 days shy of the 17th year since the last Misfits show with Glenn Danzig, Michale Graves and Dr. Chud permanently leave Jerry Only's Resurrected Misfits. There was plenty brewing on the horizon that would lead to the splitting of what was a very successful lineup for Jerry and Doyle at that time. Zoli Telgas of Ignite ( and briefly Pennywise) started singing in place of Michale Graves, who could not make it into Canada, as well as Michale Graves and Dr. Chud jamming out with Jason Trioxin and JV Bastard as The Lost Boys could be seen as contributing factors. Michale Graves would return to sing as a guest vocalist through 2001, but Chud would never return. Jerry soldiered on and decided to absorb vocal duties and turn his band into a 3 piece that would feature the likes of Marky Ramone, Dez Cadena, The Goat, and Jerry Other. This brings us to today's question brought to us by the Frumess channel sponsor and Riotstickers.com CEO Sharpie Riot: If Jerry and Doyle had retained the traditional frontman position of lead vocalist, who could have filled the position? Both Sharpie and I decided to comprise lists of our top 5 choices of that time. Who would YOU choose? Join us in the chat and let us know your picks!!! FRUMESS is POWERED by www.riotstickers.com/frumess GET 1000 STICKERS FOR $79 RIGHT HERE - NO PROMO CODE NEED! JOIN THE PATREON FOR LESS THAN A $2 CUP OF COFFEE!! https://www.patreon.com/Frumess
Adventures by Morse - The City of the Dead 3(The Body That Walked Off) From-1944 Writer-Carlton E. Morse Stars-Gayne Whitman with Elliot Lewis, Barton Yarborough or Jack Edwards There are 10,000 citizens in the City Of The Dead each with a white marble slab indicating each residence. The gates of the City Of The Dead have long been closed to newcomers. It is a city whose population has remained unchanged for the last 10 years and the mayor of this city is Joshua Friday some call him caretaker of the old cemetery in the valley but anyone who knows Joshua Friday at all calls him Mayor. He is the only living person in the City Of The Dead that is unless you care to include Lammy Fink a slow-witted fellow who does kitchen police duty and a little garden duty during the day and retires beyond its precinct at night. The City Of The Dead lies in a tiny valley 25 miles from the suburb of a great city. It is off the main highway and completely isolated from the world. But now it's 9 o'clock on a moonlit windy night in October…
**EXCLUSIVE** In this special episode Adrian spoke to Jody Duggan, who speaks out about her disappointment that her Ex (Jake Boles) walked free from court last Friday, despite pleading guilty to coercive control and assault
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Today is the 13th of January 2023. Welcome to Walking the Way. My name is Ray and I really want to say thank you to everyone for listening in as we continue to share in a regular rhythm of worship and devotion together. Credits Opening Prayer https://www.plough.com/en/subscriptions/daily-prayer Bible verse Genesis 5: 6 Thought for the day Ray Borrett Bible Passage Genesis 5 The Holy Bible, English Standard Version. ESV® Text Edition: 2016. Copyright © 2001 by Crossway Bibles, a publishing ministry of Good News Publishers. Prayer Handbook Click here to download it Download the Script: https://1drv.ms/b/s!AnHHJxf-hxXpsdU_dr3mQiH9n1oZTw?e=WldVQf Supporting Walking the Way If you want to support Walking the Way, please go to: https://ko-fi.com/walkingtheway or you can subscribe to the channel: https://anchor.fm/walkingtheway/subscribe To contact Ray: Please leave a comment or a review. I want to find out what people think and how we make it better. www.rayborrett.co.uk email@example.com @raybrrtt https://fb.me/walkingthewaypodcast --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/walkingtheway/message
What happened in college that still haunts you?? "My coach hit on me during spring training and I ended up having an affair and he got in big trouble!" "I went to a scheduled appointment with the professor to discuss rescheduling an exam.. Walked in (I did knock) on the Prof having sex with a student in my class. Then he offered me an "A" to not say anything." "In college I thought my boyfriend cheated on me so I had a threesome with two of his best friends. Turns out he didn't cheat. He never found out but it haunts me. Especially since we are married now and see the guys often."
Daily Dad Jokes (12 Jan 2023) [Promo] Daily Shower Thoughts is a new podcast launched by myself and my co-host Lorelai Stewart. Join us for random, amusing and mind bending epiphanies. Pod links here Daily Shower Thoughts website. You can now submit your own dad jokes to my voicemail, with the best ones to be included in upcoming episodes on this podcast. Just leave your name, the city and state you live in, and your best Dad Joke. Call (978) 393-1076. Look forward to hearing from you! [Promo] Looking for the perfect gift for your Dad? Check out our official Daily Dad Jokes merch here, including our popular "Dad Joke University" T-shirts Click here to browse [Promo] Do you like triva quizzes? Then check out my other podcast, The Daily Quiz Show, where I give you 10 questions to test your mettle. Each day brings a new category - Sports; Science; Art and Literature; Movies, TV and Celebrities; Music; and History. The Daily Quiz Show - Spotify The Daily Quiz Show - Apple Podcasts Get Daily Dad Jokes Premium, an ad-free version of this podcast. Breeze into the next level, be cool, and become a big fan of ours for just $5 per month for ad-free listening. Subscribe here on Supercast. Jokes sourced and curated from reddit.com/r/dadjokes. Joke credits: Curious_Document01, unselfishdata, crazyfortaco, AuthorSarge, Meat_Mithkabob, JonnySpanglish, GrinwaldTO, siddharth_pillai, OwenJthomas89, OldTimeyMedicine, seoliver2112, sf340flier, Jakeh7494, ace-1002, Archie7373, Spicy6Chord, EndersGame_Reviewer, Transitionals, mrmdc Do you have trouble getting to sleep? If so, try my other podcast, Sleepytime Nonsense Stories. It's a series of stories with no plotline set to calming music, designed to get you slowly drifting off to sleep. Search for Sleepytime Nonsense Stories on Spotify and Apple Podcasts today. Subscribe to this podcast via: Spotify iTunes Google Podcasts Youtube Channel Social media: Instagram Facebook Twitter Tik Tok Discord Interested in advertising or sponsoring our show with +30k daily streams? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org Produced by Klassic Studios using AutoGen Podcast technology (http://klassicstudios.com/autogen-podcasts/) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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'I felt sick everytime he walked up the driveway', at a point some mother's have to make the tough choice that means for them to show up as mothers they have to walk out. The break up is so often discussed but not so much the grief surrounding the gut wrenchingly awful pain that comes with breaking up a family unit, knowing your kids will never wake up on Christmas morning again and run to greet their Mum and Dad with joy on their faces. We discuss this and Tendayi tells other women's stories of how they managed to make it through and get a fair settlement from previous partners that didn't want equality for their ex wives. You can reach out to Tee here confidentially anytime. I Got it From My Mumma podcast is by NHM, produced by Newcastle Podcast Station, proudly sponsored by NurtureMe, Tiny Tutus, Tee Legal, Burton Automotive, NCR Blinds in support of Hunter Breast Cancer Foundation. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
For this 'capstone' episode, we're and I talk about some of the most important takeaways from this series, 'Fearfully, she walked the streets.' We consider the nuances of some of the articles we looked at, and we praise the journalistic efforts that went into bringing the story to masses not just the first time, as it was happening, but also decades later when it was ready to be re-examined. A tremendous thank you to the staff of the Greensboro News & Record, especially Managing Editor, Jennifer Fernandez and reporters Nancy McLaughlin and Lorraine Ahearn. You can find links to relevant articles are below: City in fear: Greensboro's only serial killer 'just looked evil' (Feb 14, 2016) Greensboro rape suspect is arrested (Jan 29, 1994) Worse than death / body parts identified; Victim's family told (Nov 14, 1991) 'I just want her to be all right' (Nov 19, 1991) Sharon Jones knows her sister 'didn't just lay down and die' (Dec 21, 1991) Strollers' have walked into thin air (Jul 1, 1992) Parents hope teen is alive (Jul 8, 1992) Fourth since last fall (Jul 24, 1992) Fearfully, she walked the streets (Sep 23, 1992) Her family mourns a troubled daughter (Sep 24, 1992) Surrounded by crime, residents scared, fed up (Sep 26, 1992) Residents' frustration is understandable (Oct 7, 1992) Candlelight vigil: Neighbors remember the lives of 5 women (Oct 16, 1992) Hope in darkness: Group marches for peace (Nov 25, 1992) Five black women are remembered (Feb 24, 1993) 'Late Edition: Crime Beat Chronicles' is a product of Lee Enterprises. It is produced and edited by Chris Lay, with interviews produced and recorded by Nat Cardona.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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Tracy Gilpin was a typical teenager in Kingston, Massachusetts. She was walking home from a local party with friends. Her friend's homes came up quicker than Tracy's. She even called the party host for a ride home, however the she didn't come. Tracy went missing and her body was found in the Myles Standish State Park in neighboring Plymouth, Ma. She had a massive head injury and there was signs of sexual assault. Tracy Gilpin was 15 years old and her family was devastated. The case went cold very quickly and it seemed the case would never be solved. In 2018 the police received a tip about a former resident Michael Hand. Mr. Hand was arrested after a quasi-confession, however he attempted to blame this horrendous crime on another infamous Kingston resident, Henry Meinholz. Old fashioned police work appears to have solved this cold case after almost 40 years. The case is scheduled for trial later this year.Fox 25https://cbsloc.al/3J68KOAMasslivehttps://bit.ly/36LUo9f
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It appears that Stanford University is walking back the placement of the word “American“ on its language guide, which lists words and expressions the university says one should avoid. The guide is 13-pages long and is called the “Elimination of Harmful Language.” Under a section called “Imprecise Language,” the guide suggests replacing the term “American” with “U.S. citizen.” After Stanford put out its language guide, the university immediately became the object of attack and ridicule. It now says the language guide is under review. The school recently issued the following statement: “We have particularly heard concerns about the guide's treatment of the term ‘American.' We understand and appreciate those concerns. To be very clear, not only is the use of the term ‘American' not banned at Stanford, it is absolutely welcomed.” The Larry Elder Show is sponsored by Birch Gold Group. Protect your IRA or 401(k) with precious metals today: http://larryforgold.com/ ⭕️Watch in-depth videos based on Truth & Tradition at Epoch TV
Over a span of years in the early '90s, Robert Sylvester Alston killed at least four women in Greensboro, North Carolina. With the constant interest in serial killers Alston is seemingly unique in that his crimes have garnered very little attention from anyone out there in the world of true-crime coverage. What we do have, though, is the profile on him by Greensboro News and Record journalist Nancy McLaughlin who, two decades after he had been incarcerated, was granted the very first opportunity to interview Alston. With our fourth episode in this series, we're following up on last week's conversation with Nancy McLaughlin about Larry Darby Jr., and focusing solely on the events around Nancy's interview with Alston. If you're new to the show, go back to the first episode to get caught up before you dive in here. What you're going to hear are readings of articles from the News and Record alternating with excerpts of an interview with Nancy McLaughlin. You can find links to all the articles from this episode below: City in fear: Greensboro's only serial killer 'just looked evil' (Feb 14, 2016) Greensboro rape suspect is arrested (Jan 29, 1994) Lab tests may yield clues to other slayings (Apr 18, 1994) Man indicted in strangulation (Apr 18, 1994) City man admits killing prostitute (Apr 19, 1994) Killer gives details of strangulation in eastern Greensboro (Apr 19, 1994) Slayings are similar to attack on woman (Apr 28, 1994) Investigators link '91 slaying to man in jail (Apr 23, 1996) Convicted killer is charged in deaths of 2 more women (Dec 29, 1997) Serial killer admits to two more killings (Sep 3, 1998) 'Late Edition: Crime Beat Chronicles' is a product of Lee Enterprises. It is produced and edited by Chris Lay, with interviews produced and recorded by Nat Cardona.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
It's our last Hotline for 2022! So this week we asked you for your craziest New Years Eve stories and my oh my - you guys stepped up! Happy new years to all our listeners, thank you for an excellent 2022! If you would like to be featured in a future Hotline ep, send your voice notes to email@example.com JOIN OUR FACEBOOK COMMUNITY! HOSTS: Anna McEvoy (@annamcevoy21) & Matt Zukowski (@mattzukowski) INSTAGRAM: @wheresyourheadatpod See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Over a span of years in the early '90s, Robert Sylvester Alston killed at least four women in Greensboro, North Carolina. His victims were sex workers. In the time between the start of his killings the local police were slow to grasp the connections, and even arrested a man on very scant evidence who was released thanks to DNA evidence that exonerated him. With this, the third of our episodes in this series, we're looking at Larry Darby Jr., the man who was falsely arrested. His story was told in the pages of the Greensboro News and Record as it was happening, but it wasn't until almost two decades later that a profile on Darby by Nancy McLaughlin offered him the opportunity to set the record straight. If you're new to the show, go back to the first episode to get caught up before you dive in here. What you're going to hear are readings of articles from the Greensboro News and Record alternating with excerpts of an interview with Nancy McLaughlin. You can find links to all the articles from this episode below: 'I didn't do it:' Once accused of murder, Greensboro man comes home; Oct 4, 2015 by Nancy McLaughlin Man charged with woman's slasher killing "Awful early" to link to previous slayings; Sep 23, 1992 by Lorraine Ahearn & Tatiana M. With. Suspect says he isn't the killer "I ain't killed nobody"; Sep 24, 1992 by Lorraine Ahearn One arrest in five killings may be wrong one Judge sets $25,000 bond; Mar 17, 1993 by Libby Lewis. Suspect's DNA test is no link to killing; Mar 20, 1993 by Libby Lewis. Sole suspect in five slayings freed; no case; Mar 29, 1993 by Lorraine Ahearn & Libby Lewis. 'Late Edition: Crime Beat Chronicles' is a product of Lee Enterprises. It is produced and edited by Chris Lay, with interviews produced and recorded by Nat Cardona.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Episode 15 of Season 5 is bringing you more laughs than ever before! This week we talk about; The GTP Gang Flip It Up! What In the Blue Hell Is A WISKER BISCUIT??!?! Have You Ever Walked In On Your Parents? Did You See Your Parents The Same? What's Up With Golden State Street Motels? Another Quick Old Ringtone What Gifts Don't Miss? We Remake the Ending of Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory What Grinds Our Gears! We're tired of Your Virtue Signaling, so We Killed It! All of this and much more on this week's episode of....The Good Times Podcast New Podcast every Monday! Follow Us On Instagram @ItsTheGoodTimesPodcast for more information and clips! Did You Know We Have A Linktree? Check It Out! https://www.linktr.ee/tgtp
A 34-year-old Snellville woman has been identified as the victim of a fatal shooting that occurred at her place of employment in the Centerville area on Friday. Gwinnett County police identified the victim as Courtney Owens over the weekend. Owens was shot by a male — who has not yet been identified — at the business, which is a car lot, at the intersection of Centerville Highway and Annistown Road at about 2:30 p.m. on Dec. 9. Officials previously said Owens had already died by the time they arrived at the business. “A witness described a male wearing a mask with a firearm leaving the scene on foot,” police said on Friday. Investigators have been looking for information about the shooting, including information that could lead to the identification of a suspect. Police believe Owens or someone else at the business may known the shooter. A motive has not yet been released, and was unknown as of Friday. Anyone who has information about the shooting is asked to call detectives at 770-513-5300 or Crime Stoppers, which lets tipsters remain anonymous, at 404-577-8477. They can also visit www.stopcrimeATL.com. Crime Stoppers offers a cash reward for information that leads to an arrest and indictment. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/leah-gordone/support
In the early 1990s, serial killers were having a moment, perhaps most clearly highlighted by the "Silence of the Lambs." A big-screen adaptation of the 1988 novel by Thomas Harris, the film quickly grew from an unexpected blockbuster to an awards season juggernaut, nabbing Oscars for Best Picture, Best Director, Best Actor, Best Actress and Best Adapted Screenplay. Less than six months after "Hannibal the Cannibal" and friends had popped so many celebratory bottles of chianti, a real-life horror movie was continuing to unspool. Over a span of years in the early '90s, Robert Sylvester Alston killed at least four women in Greensboro, North Carolina. His victims were sex workers. In the time between the start of his killings the local police were slow to grasp the connections, and even arrested a man on very scant evidence who was released thanks to DNA evidence that exonerated him. This is the second episode of the story co-hosts Chris Lay and Nat Cardona are calling "Fearfully, she walked the streets." If you're new to the show, go back to the first episode to get caught up before you dive in here. What you're going to hear are readings of articles from the Greensboro News and Record alternating with excerpts of interviews with the journalists who covered the story as it was happening as well as revisited it later on. You can find links to all the articles from this episode below: Fifth slaying victim found (Sept. 22, 1992; by Lorraine Ahearn & Tatiana M. With) Man charged with woman's slasher killing; 'Awful early' to link to previous slayings (Sept. 23, 1992; by Lorraine Ahearn & Tatiana M. With) Man convicted in Shalonda Poole death will serve 2 life terms (Dec 1, 2014; by Sarah Newell Williamson) If you appreciate what you're hearing we encourage you to check out past episodes which examine additional stories from some of Lee Enterprises newspapers from across America. Tremendous thanks to Lorraine Ahearn for taking the time to talk with Nat Cardona, and we'll have part one of our conversation with Greensboro News & Record reporter Nancy McLaughlin next week, so make sure you're subscribed to the show wherever it is you get your podcasts. 'Late Edition: Crime Beat Chronicles' is a product of Lee Enterprises. It is produced and edited by Chris Lay, with interviews produced and recorded by Nat Cardona.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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Serial killers have always fascinated as much as terrified us. From Jack the Ripper to Jeffrey Dahmer, they have been endlessly documented and studied by police, academics and citizen sleuths alike. So it's surprising to find out that there are still compulsive killers out there who were captured, tried, convicted and imprisoned, yet somehow managed to not have even a Wikipedia page. Chris Lay, along with co-host Nat Cardona, are going to spend the next handful of episodes presenting one such case they're calling "Fearfully, she walked the streets." Over a span of years in the early 1990s, Robert Sylvester Alston killed at least four women in Greensboro, North Carolina. His victims were sex workers. In the time between the start of his killings the local police were slow to grasp the connections, and even arrested a man on very scant evidence who was released thanks to DNA evidence that exonerated him. What you're going to hear are readings of articles from the Greensboro News and Record alternating with excerpts of interviews with the journalists who covered the story as it was happening as well as revisited it later on. You can find links to all the articles below: 'Strollers' have walked into thin air Fourth since last fall tip spurs discovery of woman's body Anonymous tip did killer call cops on body's location? If you appreciate what you're hearing we encourage you to check out past episodes which examine additional stories from some of Lee Enterprises newspapers from across America. Tremendous thanks to Lorraine Ahearn for taking the time to talk with Nat Cardona, and we'll have more from their conversation next week, so make sure you're subscribed to the show wherever it is you get your podcasts. Late Edition: Crime Beat Chronicles is a product of Lee Enterprises. It is produced and edited by Chris Lay, with interviews produced and recorded by Nat Cardona.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Dear Steve and Shirley, I got in a bad fist fight with my best buddy because of a woman that he is secretly in love with. I had a house party recently and we all had a lot to drink, so I offered to let a few people stay over. All night, my boy was trying to talk to the finest girl that was there and she was not really receptive to him. He told me that she asked about me, but she's not my type so I didn't pay it any mind. She ended up staying at my house because she lives in the suburbs and had been drinking...............See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Have you ever been walked in on? That's awkward. We have. Well tell you all about it when you listen :) Then…!!!!! Guess what.. we've got another boy on the show, meet MIKE! Alanna's boyfriend. He gets real sweet, real fast when we ask him if he'd rather go on a road trip with this best friend or girlfriend. And, to the surprise of no one, Jordyn is on her phone during the episode so we **texted the boy outloud**. And are you being ghosted?! Maybe. Also, did we mention it's 2022 but really who can be sure? TIMECODES: Intro: 00:00 Thanksgiving Eve: 00:25 Cute Hot Sex follow up: 4:50 Mike joins the show! : 10:00 Responding to Jordyns DMs: 31:15 Wheel of Misfortune, "have you ever been walked in on?" : 38:00 Listener Question, "am i being ghosted?" : 48:10 Support our sponsors! Pink Whitney: Order Pink Whitney Shots at your local bar today. LivPur: Go to https://barstool.link/LivPurGirl and use code MEAN25 for 25% off your entire order Vagisil: Go to https://vagisil.com/meangirl and sign-up to save $2 on any Vagisil product. No Days Wasted: Go to https://barstool.link/NDWMeanGirl and use code “MEANGIRL” for 30% off your orderYou can find every episode of this show on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or YouTube. Prime Members can listen ad-free on Amazon Music. For more, visit barstool.link/meangirlpod
Bet The Board FREE Newsletter with more Content & Advice. Sign Up Here: bit.ly/3wzsjvr Josh Allen and the Buffalo Bills are still the Super Bowl favorite with their 6-2 record, but they've had two mind-numbing loss that put them in a vulnerable spot home field advantage throughout the playoffs. The latest loss to the New York Jets and it comes with an injury to Josh Allen. You can tell a lot by a team that gets kicked around but responds the following week and that's exactly what Robert Saleh's Jets did. One week after getting humbled by the Patriots they respond by limiting the Bills offense. Up next, the Patriots again. Turmoil in Indy at the quarterback position has led to a firing of Frank Reich. Kansas City got into another dog fight with Mike Vrabel's Titans. Yes, Malik Willis can't throw the football but the Titans continue to muck things up against Mahomes & Co. It's not the sexiest thing to do see, but damn it, it's still good football. Speaking of good ball, how about the chops Jacksonville showed? Trailing by double digits to the Raiders and yet the Jaguars erased a 17 point deficit to win. Josh McDaniels and his staff are on thin ice. The nails and coffin are being put to work in Green Bay. Aaron Rodgers lost Romeo Doubs seconds into the game, Aaron Jones left in a boot, and Rashan Gary tore his ACL. This is not what we envisioned for the Packers heading into the season. As for Captain Kirk, anything goes. Kirk Cousins dismissed his former team and now they are in the drivers seat for an NFC North crown. Minnesota's magic number to clinch the division is small but the top mark in the NFC and a first round bye is also within reach. ▶️ Monday Night Football: Ravens at Saints Preview (52:58) ▶️ GOOD, BAD, UGLY (5:12) - TITANic effort Defensively - Justin Fields Groundwork - Jaguars Close Strong - Josh Allen Bottled Up - Raiders at Breaking Point - Packers Perfect Spot - Colts Quarterback Conundrum - P.J. Walked to the Bench - Rams Offense isn't Fixable ▶️ LOOK AHEAD LINES (32:35) ▶️ HURT or INJURED? (44:53) Subscribe to Bet The Board Podcast