Welcome to our first episode where the kids learn about the Stanford Swimming rapist Brock Turner. They will learn the importance of girlfriends who have your back and why college campuses should bring in Swedish Exchange Students.--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
S6:EP9 - Auto Industry Pivots Through COVID w/ Brock Turner
The Millennial Way
COVID has changed the lives of everyone since it hit the states in February. In today's episode, Chase brings back Brock Turner (car guru) to touch on how car buying and the automotive industry has had to pivot during the COVID crisis. Tune into today's fun episode to hear how automotive makers are now selling cars through a crazy global pandemic! Check out our friends at Lazy, Yet Successful Podcast!Instagram: LazyYetSuccessfulFacebook: facebook.com/LazyYetSuccessfulApple Link: https://apple.co/2YKOvlQ Share the show with your friends! Find us on social media:Instagram: @_MillennialWayTwitter: @_MillennialWayFacebook.com/itsmillennialtalkitsmillennialtalk.com Credit for music used in this podcast: 🎵Track Info: Title: Deux by dyalla Genre: Hip Hop & Rap + InspirationalDeux by dyalla https://soundcloud.com/dyallas Music promoted by Audio Library https://youtu.be/5mr0NM9OqOo
Garbage People Regurgitated: Brock Turner, the Infuriating Comparison to Brian Banks, & the Incredible Journey of Chanel Miller
True Crime Dumpster
Brock Turner is a garbage person rapist. The survivor of his sexual assault back in 2015, Chanel Miller, is not. She's amazing. Also amazing--Brian Banks--who fought a racist, prejudiced system, and eventually won back his freedom and is giving back to his community. He is also not a garbage person. Join hosts Amy and Kevin as they discuss these 3 people and close the dumpster lid on Brock forever.
This is the case of Brock Turner, who raped and assaulted a young woman after a frat party. This episode discusses details of sexual assault, and may be a trigger for some. If any of this is a trigger for you, please tune into another episode. For Rape victim resources, please visit: rainn.org.Chanel Miller's book , Know My Name, is out now!
Ep. 18 - The Infamous Case of Chanel Miller and Brock Turner
On this episode of Horrible Things: Emma and her roommates Jolaya and Emma sit down to discuss the sexual assault of Chanel Miller by college student Brock Turner. We cover frat party culture, sexual assault on campus, and the culture of exposing sexual misconduct today. We also talk about Chanel Miller's upcoming release of her memoir "Know My Name". So sit down, microwave some queso, and let's listen to some horrible things.
Episode 73: Brock Turner & The Boy Who Thought He Pulled Off the Perfect Murder
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We’re launching a Patreon! You can support the show by joining the district, appellate, or the SUPREME COURT! Either, way, we guarantee you’ll be as happy as a juvenile bigfoot prancing through the woods. Now back to our regularly scheduled programming: Shirley Kopitske was concerned. It had been days since she’d heard from her adult son, Glenn. When she drove to his house to check on him, she discovered a horrifying scene. Glenn was dead, and had been for some time. An investigation would reveal that he’d been shot and stabbed. Initially, investigators weren’t sure who would commit such a heinous crime. But months went by, and a bold, unashamed suspect emerged. He blabbed his motive all over town. But when his trial rolled around, he changed his tune. Then, Emily Doe woke up in a hospital room with pine needles in her hair and blood on her hands and elbows. She had bruises on her body. Her underwear was missing. She remembered going to a party at Stanford University with her sister the night before, but after that, her memory went blank. Weeks later, she was at work when she came across an article about her attack. She learned that two Swedish exchange students were biking through campus when they spotted a man and woman behind a dumpster. It didn’t take them long to realize that the man was thrusting on top of an unconscious woman. They yelled at him. He ran, but they caught him and pinned him to the ground. Emily’s attacker was 19-year-old Brock Turner. And since this is apparently sooo important, you should probably know that he was a great swimmer. And now for a note about our process. For each episode, Kristin reads a bunch of articles, then spits them back out in her very limited vocabulary. Brandi copies and pastes from the best sources on the web. And sometimes Wikipedia. (No shade, Wikipedia. We love you.) We owe a huge debt of gratitude to the real experts who covered these cases. In this episode, Kristin pulled from: “People v. Turner,” wikipedia “Brock Turner Wanted Only Outercourse, Lawyer Argues in Appeal,” by Daniel Victor for The New York Times Victim impact statement “Father of student convicted of rape: Steep price for ‘20 minutes of action,” by Alexandra Samuels for USA Today “Brock Turner’s mommy calls cops as protesters swarm house,” by Lindsay Putnam for the New York Post “Brock Turner case goes to jury,” by Sue Dremann for the Palo Alto Weekly “Stanford swimmer denies alleged rape in police report,” by Elena Kadvany for the Palo Alto Weekly In this episode, Brandi pulled from: “Gary Hirte and the Perfect Murder” by Seamus McGraw, The Crime Library “All-American Thrill Killer” by Seamus McGraw, Stuff Magazine “Murder of Glenn Kopitske” wikipedia.org
S3:EP12 - Interview w/ Car Buying Guru, Brock Turner
The Millennial Way
Today, Chase catches up with a college teammate and Millennial Car Buying Guru, Brock Turner. Brock gives a great amount of insight into the car buying process and how to make a decision on car buying! Make sure to tune in today to hear all about Chase's car buying journey and how he's going about his car search.It's Millennial Talk glo'd up - so it's time you check it out! itsmillennialtalk.comFollow us on Instagram and Facebook@_millennialwayfacebook.com/itsmillennialtalk