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Jimmy Hoffa

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Jimmy Hoffa and my rant on taKing it slow

Lady Tiphanie Ma's Mind Emporium

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22 Jun 2021

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NJ HOF & Jimmy Hoffa Burial Site

Len Berman and Michael Riedel In The Morning



7 May 2021

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#036 Jimmy Hoffa, War Of The Worlds, and Somebody's Got To Pay For It

Scatter Shooting

#036 Jimmy Hoffa, War Of The Worlds, and Somebody's Got To Pay For It--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/scattershooting/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/scattershooting/support

1hr 6mins

28 Apr 2021

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Dan Moldea on the Disappearance of Jimmy Hoffa

Original Gangsters, a True Crime Talk Podcast

Renowned Jimmy Hoffa expert discusses the latest theory Hoffa is buried in New Jersey!

1hr 19mins

9 Apr 2021

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Episode 27: Jimmy Hoffa, Blackened Ranch, & A Cat vs The HOA

Madigan's Pubcast

Kathleen opens the show with a Corona Familiar tall boy and announces that she is in mourning over the trade of her beloved Kolten Wong to the Milwaukee Brewers. She places a black veil on her Fredbird beer stein and although she is appreciative of her Cardinal’s recent acquisition of superstar Third Baseman Nolen Arenado, she feels that a nod to Kolten is warranted. She then introduces the Termites to her Buc-ees Truck Stop rubber ducky. A QUEST FOR RANCH: “Do you have any Ranch?!” As her Termites know, Kathleen LOVES Ranch dressing, and in her hunt to find the most delicious Ranch available she takes the lead from Termite Tyler August who tells her to try Popeyes Blackened Ranch sauce. She loves the spicy taste of this dip, and therefore deems it in her Top 3 best dips.“BAD GOOD FOOD”: In her quest for new and delicious not-so-nutritious junk food, Kathleen tries Hershey’s Chocolate Lava Cake Kisses. Kathleen always prefers salt to sweet, and opts for another sip of beer and some chicken ☺ UPDATE ON KATHLEEN’S QUEEN’S COURT: Kathleen provides an update on Queen Dolly Parton, who just finished a pre-Super Bowl interview with the Associated Press. Dolly tells the AP why she won’t “skip the line” to get the vital COVID-19 vaccine that she donated $1M to research for, discloses why she turned down the Presidential Medal of Freedom twice, and then announced the launch of her new perfume “Scent From Above.” IRISH GANGS vs EUROPOL: Kathleen advises listeners that an Irish gang has been recently added to the Europol list for forging negative COVID-19 tests for European travelers. Members of the Rathkeale Rovers gang, a group of Irish criminals operating in several European countries, are using a mobile phone application to “manually falsify test results” which are then sold onto travelers for hundreds of Euro each. Kathleen compares this activity to that of the Peaky Blinders, which is one of her favorite shows.  WALTER MERCADO’S PUERTO RICAN ESTATE FOR SALE: As a follow up to Episode 1, Kathleen tells listeners that famed astrologer Walter Mercado’s Puerto Rican estate has been put on the market for $395,000. MORE AMERICAN REVOLUTION: Kathleen provides an update on higher-profile members of the ongoing “New American Revolution,” including Kyle Rittenhouse who aligned with the Proud Boys and shot and killed 2 protestors during the Black Lives Movement protests. She then updates listeners on the legal status of. Jennifer Ryan, the Texas real estate agent who took a private jet to the US Capitol riots, and reveals that Julie Jenkins Fancelli, heiress to Florida-based Publix Supermarket chain, was the top donor to the January 6th MAGA rally in Washington DC. ROBINHOOD VS THE STOCK MARKET: As a follow up to Episode 26, Kathleen gives an update on the Reddit stock traders’ efforts to hold onto the value of the over-inflated GameStop stock. In an effort to protect Millennials from being accused of all bad deeds of mankind, Kathleen breaks down the definition of Millennials, Generation X, Generation Z (or Zoomers), Boomers, and The Silent Generation.IMPORTANT THINGS INVENTED BY WOMEN: Kathleen reads a list of important things invented by women, including the electric refrigerator, windshield wipers, wi-fi, and most importantly: BEER.  ANIMALS MOST LIKELY TO KILL YOU BY STATE: Kathleen continues with the segment Animals Most Likely to Kill You (By State), as reported by the Center for Disease Control. If you live in Minnesota, keep your eyes open for deer while on the road, in Mississippi deer are also the most apt to kill you, and poisonous snakes should be noted in Kathleen’s home state of Missouri.  CAT MADIGAN vs THE HOA: Kathleen tells a recent story about her brother Patrick’s pet cat, Bruce, and a letter that their Home Owner’s Association sent to his house regarding Bruce’s recent behavior in the neighborhood. MISSOURI LAWMAKER’S FAKE COVID CURE: Kathleen reads an article about Republican Patricia Ashton Derges’ defrauding of the Missouri public, when she attempts to sell fake stem cell treatments claiming they are a cure for COVID-19. TEXAS ISSUES AMBER ALERT FOR A DOLL: Kathleen takes a drink of beer and laughs out loud when she reads an article out of Texas describing a recent incident where 3 emergency Amber Alerts were issued for citizens to keep a watchful eye out for fictitious doll, Chucky, the evil possessed doll from the horror movie series “Child’s Play.” GOOD NEWS FOR CHUBBY TERMITES: Kathleen comforts those who admit to having gained weight during quarantine that a recent study out of Ohio State finds that those who enter adulthood at a normal weight but start to gain pounds later in life actually live the longest. JIMMY HOFFA’S WHEREABOUTS: Kathleen provides an update as to Jimmy Hoffa’s apparent burial site, including that the mob boss is said to be encased in a metal barrel tomb in New Jersey. News outlet Fox Nation has found what appears to be multiple large buried pieces of curved metal, that could indicate steel drums arranged on top of each other, that fit the description of where Hoffa was buried in a 55-gallon steel drum, with additional drums piled on top of his, in 1975. WHAT TO WATCH THIS WEEK: Kathleen tells listeners to watch HBO’s “The Lady and The Dale,” and “The Murders At White House Farm.”See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

1hr 34mins

9 Feb 2021

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GameStonks, Apple vs Suckerberg, and Apparently Jimmy Hoffa is in a Steel Drum in New Jersey | Ep 62

American Reveille Podcast

In this episode, we talk about the guy behind the GameStonk revolution, Keith Gill, AKA DeepF-ingValue. This dude is uniting folks through their shared interest in screwing "the man." We then move on to the silent war between Apple and Big Social Media. Is Apple helping us, or just covering their own butts? Oh yeah, and I think they finally found Jimmy Hoffa in a steel drum in New Jersey... 2021 is going to be wild! Please support the American Reveille by contributing. This helps us so much! Thank you for your support and loyalty. https://www.americanreveille.com/american-reveille-donateEmail me to join the mailing list or to form an American Reveille street team in your area! JAMESLANE@AMERICANREVEILLE.COMEnjoy!Watch on Rumble at - https://rumble.com/c/American_ReveilleWatch on Odysee at - https://odysee.com/@American_Reveille:cPlease follow me on Parlor at - http://ow.ly/QNma50AwfEgListen to the ARP on Spotify - http://ow.ly/gOON50zPya7Listen to the ARP on Apple Podcasts - http://ow.ly/Nlsw50zvkUTPlease visit the American Reveille Podcast website http://www.americanreveille.com

1hr 25mins

30 Jan 2021

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Jimmy Hoffa, controversial labor leader from Brazil, Indiana


Later this year, a historic marker is planned for the birthplace in Brazil, Ind., of Jimmy Hoffa, the controversial labor leader whose disappearance in 1975 remains one of the country's major missing persons cases. Hoffa, the powerful, long-time president of the International Brotherhood of the Teamsters, met with Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. in 1965 to make a donation to social justice work. Even so, Hoffa had "a complicated relationship with the civil rights movement," according to our guest, Justin Clark, digital initiatives director for the Indiana Historical Bureau. For the historical bureau, a division of the Indiana State Library, Justin has produced and written a video essay about Hoffa's meeting with Rev. King, as well as other aspects of the life of the labor leader, who was convicted of jury tampering in 1964 and served nearly four years in prison. He vanished after going to a restaurant in Detroit to meet with men connected to organized crime. Despite extensive investigations for several years, Hoffa's body never has been found; he was declared legally dead in 1982. Our guest Justin Clark, who has researched labor history, notes that during Hoffa's 14 years as president of the Teamsters, the union's membership greatly expanded. Hoffa crusaded to improve "the lives and working conditions of its members," Justin says. Born in 1913, Hoffa grew up in a hard-scrabble family of four children in Brazil. When Hoffa was 7 years old, his father died, so his mother took a series of jobs, including as a cook in a local restaurant and as a laundry service operator. In 1924, the Hoffas moved to Detroit; he dropped out of school after the eighth grade to seek full-time work. Although Hoffa primarily was based out of Detroit for the rest of his life, he periodically returned to his Indiana hometown, sometimes to support community endeavors. During the early 1960s, the Teamsters made a significant donation to Clay County Hospital. His meeting with Rev. King also involved a donation, although the session seemed to be an "unlikely pairing" of two newsmakers, Justin notes. "One [was] a slick-haired, brash and controversial labor leader, and the other [was] a measured, eloquent and inspirational pastor." During the meeting, Hoffa handed Rev. King a $25,000 check to support efforts for racial equality. Even so, Hoffa's history with civil rights was decidedly uneven. In the late 1950s, newspapers reported that he had discriminated against African-Americans in a local union chapter, according to Justin's research. In 1963, Hoffa did not support the March on Washington in which Rev. King was the final speaker, delivering his historic "I have a dream" speech.


29 Jan 2021

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The Disappearance of Jimmy Hoffa and An Appendectomy in Antartica

Peculiar Stories and Far Out Tales

Kymn and Anna examine the disappearance of union leader, Jimmy Hoffa and tell the story of a heroic self-appendectomy preformed in the most inhabitable of places.


21 Nov 2020

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First Half of This Interview was Deleted by the FBI - Where is Jimmy Hoffa? Who Assonated Kennedy? Mafia Secrets Revealed By Jack O'Holloran Boxer, Actor and Mafia Insider

Everything Imaginable

Jack O'Hollaron is Actor, Boxer and Mafia Insider. I lost the first half of this interview. I believe the Fbi or some government organization was able to delete it off of my computer. They also cut the interview several times while recording. I apologize for the missing content.


7 Nov 2020

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Jimmy Hoffa

Ruined Heroes

https://www.patreon.com/ruinedheroeshttps://www.ruinedheroes.com/home-1Theme music by Tyler C. Dones and Jon BolichPrimary Sources:https://www.thoughtco.com/jimmy-hoffa-biography-4154200https://www.biography.com/activist/jimmy-hoffahttps://spartacus-educational.com/USAhoffa.htmhttps://detroithistorical.org/learn/encyclopedia-of-detroit/hoffa-jimmy

1hr 34mins

25 Oct 2020