The Untold Truth Of Nancy Grace…

Date: October 04, 2016

01) The Untold Truth Of Nancy Grace

“For better or worse, Nancy Grace has played a key role in shaping modern American punditry, with millions of viewers looking to her as a sort of abrasive moral compass. A self-described “crusader for victims rights,” Grace arguably created more than a few new victims herself, and she vowed to continue her work after leaving her top-rated HLN series in October 2015. You know what they say, though: judge not lest ye be judged yourself. With that in mind, here’s a closer look at the untold truth of Nancy Grace…”

Suicides…shoddy, libel reporting…law suits, galore…a wide range of people [including employees] who hate her…possibly dishonesty, and exploiting her fiancé’s murder…

…and potentially, she farts like a mule…

…Why does none of this come off as a surprise to me?

Serious comment, though…

…This woman should be utterly ashamed of herself, for the way she’s spent years sensationalizing ongoing cases…in the worst ways, possible…

This person did not even behave like an actual show host…often attacking people, as though she were prosecuting a case on live television.

…You can tell when she “just knows” [or thinks she does] when someone is guilty…and she doesn’t even attempt to fake impartiality…and she is insanely ignorant…Which all lead to her incomprehensibly bad show.

…Did this woman ever watch herself, and comprehend what a train wreck she is?

Abandoned – Circuit City…

Date: October 03, 2016

01) Abandoned – Circuit City

“Before the war between Circuit City and Best Buy, Circuit City was the number one electronic store. In only a matter of years, the entire company went under leaving hundreds of stores abandoned.”

I miss Circuit City…It was always a lot of fun to go there.

I purchased my first “modern” PC there…a machine which is long obsolete, today.

The Buried Bodies Case…

Date: October 03, 2016

01) The Buried Bodies Case

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“In 1973, a massive manhunt in New York’s Adirondack Mountains ended when police captured a man named Robert Garrow. And that’s when this story really gets started.

This episode we consider a string of barbaric crimes by a hated man, and the attorney who, when called to defend him, also wound up defending a core principle of our legal system. When Frank Armani learned his client’s most gruesome secrets, he made a morally startling decision that stunned the world and goes to the heart of what it means to be a defense attorney – how far should lawyers go to provide the best defense to the worst people?

NOTE: This episode contains graphic descriptions of sexual assault and violence.”

I won’t be silenced (video removed)…


Date: October 02, 2016

01) I won’t be silenced (video removed)

“one of my videos got removed by morons, but that won’t silence me, don’t worry about that.”

As MAPs…we all face this kind of thing…I had an entire YouTube channel [which I was quite active on] taken down without warning, in 2008…

…In fact…I’ve suffered several downright nasty, terrible blows, in the ten years I’ve been blogging and making media…

…I’ve always picked myself up…dusted myself off…and got back to the business of rebuilding…and maintaining my stand for human speech rights…for human rights, in general.

The last thing you do when attacked, is give in…

…You only come back bigger, stronger and louder.

…You grow from their hate…and overcome it.

…You learn to take all of their negativity…and use it as fuel…

…It never allows you to forget, why it is necessary that you do what you do.

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The Primitive Streak…

Date: October 02, 2016

01) The Primitive Streak

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“Last May, two research groups announced a breakthrough: they each grew human embryos, in the lab, longer than ever before. In doing so, they witnessed a period of human development no one had ever seen. But in the process, they crashed up against something called the ’14-day rule,’ a guideline set over 30 years ago that dictates what we do, and possibly how we feel, about human embryos in the lab.

On this episode, join producer Molly Webster as she peers down at our very own origins, and wonders: what do we do now?”