Teen Mom Time Podcast

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This week for the Spotcast Sunday feature, I am reviewing the pop culture podcast, Teen Mom Time. This podcast debuted in 2018 and last updated in April 2020. There were 99 episodes available on Apple Podcasts at the time of writing. The following description is provided from the Apple Podcast page: From exclusive interviews to setting the record straight on rumors, tune in for the hottest tea on Teen Mom 2 and Teen Mom OG! Join us each week on Teen Mom Time as we discuss everything about your favorite MTV franchise.

I was the right age when this show started to be invested. However, as I got older and my life got busier, I didn’t have the time to always watch the show. This podcast was a nice was to keep up with all the news and episodes before it stopped updating. If you’re looking to revisit some of the Teen Mom drama from the past, this podcast makes it easily digestible. I wish it had lasted longer.

I give this podcast 3.5 out of 5 stars.

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Missing: Tercel Anibal Samayoa-Menendez

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This week for the Missing Person Saturday feature, I am highlighting the missing person’s case of Tercel Anibal Samayoa-Menendez. Tercel is classified as an endangered missing person. He was last seen on October 10th, 2017 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Tercel was born on February 2nd, 1985 and was 32 years old when he went missing. He is described as a Hispanic male, 5’7”, 190lbs, black hair and brown eyes. He is known to go by the name Anibal Samayoa.

Tercel was wearing a green t-shirt, blue jeans, a red & black Casio watch and a necklace at the time of his disappearance. Tercel was last seen leaving his home near Lake Mead Boulevard and Hollywood Boulevard. He had been headed to meet an unidentified in the parking lot of the Department of Motor Vehicles at the intersection of Pecos Road and Charleston Boulevard to sell an unregistered 2009 white Toyota Corolla. Tercel had told his wife that he would call her when he needed to be picked up. She never received a call and when she tried calling him, her calls went to voicemail. His family says this is uncharacteristic of Tercel, and there was nothing of note happening in this life that would make them believe he left of his own accord. If you have any information about Tercel or his disappearance, please contact the Las Vegas Police Department at (702) 828-3745.

Charley Project: https://charleyproject.org/case/tercel-anibal-samayoa-menendez

NamUs: https://www.namus.gov/MissingPersons/Case#/41626

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Revealed by P.C. Cast & Kristin Cast

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This week for the Fiction Friday feature, I am reviewing the young adult fantasy novel, Revealed by P.C. Cast & Kristin Cast. This book was originally published in October 2013 by St. Martin’s Press with a page count of 320 pages. This novel is the eleventh book in the House of Night series. The audiobook is 9 hours & 58 minutes in length and read by Caitlin Davies. The following overview is provided from Barnes & Noble: Drastically altered after her fall at the end of Hidden, Neferet is now more dangerous than ever—and her quest for vengeance will wreak havoc on humans, as well as Zoey and her friends. Chaos is loosed in Tulsa and the House of Night is blamed. Can Zoey stop Neferet in time to keep her anger from escalating to full-on war? Or will someone else have to step in to take the fall?

I enjoyed the inclusion of old magic in the modern world story plot. I like how this series has moved along. Besides loving Zoey and Stark and their dynamic. My other favorites are Damien, Aphrodite, and Stevie Rae. Where the story has gone is better than I could have wanted. This series is so well-written, I love all the pop culture references and locations. Each of the individual character arcs are well developed across the books. If you enjoy young adult urban fantasy this series is a must read. There is so many things I love about this book but I don’t want to spoil very important plot points for those that haven’t read it.

I give this novel 4 out of 5 stars.

Tomorrow for the Missing Person Saturday feature, I am highlighting the missing person’s case of Tercel Samayoa-Menendez. Next week for the Fiction Friday feature, I am reviewing the adult fiction novella, The Iron Circle, the Tale of Harry Thomas by Alex Montague. Until then keep reading on; Nerd out!

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Original Scene #27

This week for the Writing Thursday feature, I am presenting an original scene I wrote as part of a one-page challenge. I hope you enjoy this latest creative work that can be found below. Tomorrow for the Fiction Friday feature, I am reviewing the young adult fantasy novel Revealed by P.C. Cast & Kristin Cast. Next week for the Writing Thursday feature, I am presenting an original scene. Until then keep creating whatever your passion is; Nerd out!

Premise: A hostage situation

I could feel a trickle of sweat run down my side as we were held hostage. I nervously traced my fingers along the edge of a terracotta potted plant. It was cool to the touch which helped distract the panic I was trying to contain. Suddenly, I could hear one of the captors. I couldn’t make out everything being said, but I caught enough to understand it was a list of demands.

“My pledge to you is this, if our demands are not met in the next six hours we start plugging them.”

There was a slamming sound that I assumed was a phone being hung up. One of the other captors was practicing karate moves. It made me think of a child that couldn’t sit still while their parents needed to do something.

“Hey, you any more Hawaiian rolls?” the karate captor asked the demands one.

“No, there’s only licorice left.” The man growled.

“Do you think they will give in?”

“I don’t know, but I don’t see why not. Maybe we could annoy some of the hostages with this and it can help our case.”

The man took a kazoo out of his lapel and slide it to the childish acting man. It was at this point that I regretted this, my first day on the job.

~FIN

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I Am A Killer S2E3: An Ordinary Boy

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This week for the True Crime Wednesday feature, I am recapping and reacting to season 2 episode 3, “An Ordinary Boy” of the true crime documentary series, I Am A Killer. I will recap the episode in its entirety, followed by my reaction and opinion. Content warning: murder.

Since the reintroduction of the death penalty in the US in 1976 more than 8,000 people have been sentenced to death for murder.

Episode 3 – An Ordinary Boy

Inmate #01306427

Leo Little III.

SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS

Leo himself and a former assistant principal describe him as average. His mother worked in insurance claims and his father drove buses. Leo went to a large high school and was so average that he was lost in the crowd.

On January 23rd, 1998, Leo Little fatally shot Christopher Chavez. Today he is a practicing minister.

DARRINGTON UNIT, HOUSTON, TEXAS

Leo was born in San Antonio in July 1980. His parents separated when he was around 9 or 10 years old. When his father left, Leo noticed that there was a void in the household. He describes a lack of discipline in his teen years and being on his own. He didn’t get along with his peers and got in trouble at school. Leo began skipping school as well as getting into trouble for minor offenses like shoplifting and trespassing. He began hanging out with guys he knew through the streets instead of going to school. Leo was impressed and influences by aggression that he consumed through media. As his behavior was getting worse, Leo was sent to live with his father.

Leo met Rob who happened to be from the same area that Leo had moved from. Rob was a member of a gang. According to Leo the group was more pretenders than actual gangsters. Leo was getting into hardcore drugs at the time and needed money to support his habit. That when he had the idea to rob another person for the money. Leo was 17 years old at the time and his friend Jose Zavala was his accomplice. They had been riding around north of San Antonio looking for a target when they stopped at a restaurant. As Jose was inside the restaurant, Leo stopped a well-kept man (Christopher) exit the restaurant, place something into his vehicle then return to the restaurant. Leo left a note for Jose to follow the car, and he hid in the backseat of the Christopher’s car. Leo surprised Christopher from the backseat. Leo had planned to make Christopher take him to an ATM to get money, but Christopher did not have an ATM account. Christopher offered a satchel of money that was around $300 or $400 in it.

They stopped at a gas station, then drove a bit further. Leo acknowledges that he could have just left Christopher out in the middle of nowhere and let him live. However, that is not what happened. Leo says he doesn’t know what happened but remembers raising the gun as Christopher kneeled in front of him and pulling the trigger. Jose and Leo tried to act casual as a car passed them. Leo remembers eventually helping Jose drag Christopher’s body off to the far side of the road.

Leo Little was arrested two days later, after an acquaintance gave his name to the police. On March 5th, 1999, he was sentenced to death for capital murder.

Leo says that a day doesn’t go by that he isn’t thinking about that day and what he did. He says he has reconciled with his God and that he would like to do the same with the people he has hurt. Even after 41 years of police work with 17 of them being in homicide, this case affected Lt. Butch Matjeka the most. When investigators have little to go on, they look deeply into the victim and their background. Butch believes that Christopher was the truest innocent adult victim of any murder investigation he had been apart of. Butch had gone through everything in Christopher’s apartment to figure out why this happened and came up empty handed.

Christopher Chavez was a ministerial servant to a local congregation of Jehovah’s Witnesses. The money Leo Little stole from him was the collection from a service that day.

Investigators found two shell casings as well as drag marks at the crime scene. Christopher has laid where he was dragged for a day before being found alive. Butch had noticed that Christopher had been moving his legs and it reminded Butch of when he would be ill in bed and would move his legs to think about something else. This would haunt Butch, and it took its toll.

Within minutes of being found, Christopher Chavez was airlifted to the hospital. He died two days later.

The first two days of the investigation were rough for law enforcement because they had nothing. Once investigators learned the identity of the suspect, the case came together. Investigators were surprised when they went to speak with Leo, and it was only a 17-year-old kid. When they brought Leo in, they presented him with everything that they had. Leo wasn’t phased when they informed him that he was facing the death penalty with these charges. Leo told them everything that happened except for why he decided to pull the trigger.

Leo Little shot Christopher Chavez on a country road 30 miles southeast of San Antonio. Less than 10 miles away is La Vernia, where Little lived with his father when he was sixteen.

LA VERNIA, TEXAS

A former friend (Natasha) of Leo’s described him as extreme on both ends. Leo dressed like a gangster from the city and was given the nickname Lil’ Crazy. Leo had gone over to Natasha’s the night of the murder. She initially didn’t believe him until she saw the blood on Jose’s pants. There was a mutual friend that was living with Natasha that called authorities with the tip that it was Leo. Natasha never saw it coming, she thought that Leo was just going through a phase like the rest of them.

In 2005, the US Supreme Court outlawed the execution of offenders who were juveniles at the time of their crimes. Leo Little’s sentence was reduced to life in prison. The same as that of his accomplice, Jose Zavala.

ALLRED UNIT, WICHITA FALL, TEXAS

Jose describes Leo as being quiet and a watcher.  To Jose that tells you everything and that the quiet ones are the one you have to watch. Jose comes from what he describes as the slums. He admits to delinquent behavior. Leo was a friend of a friend to Jose. They would all get high together and hang out. Where Jose lived was the complete opposite of where Leo lived in the same city. Jose thought it was strange to hear some of the descriptions of Leo during the trial because they didn’t line up with his lived experience of those things. The night of the crime, Jose couldn’t believe things that Leo was doing. From pulling to trigger, to taking Christopher’s car over to a friend’s, to Leo bragging about what he had done. Jose also didn’t like the crowd that was at the house because they were behaving. Leo was not acting in a way that Jose had seen previously. Jose thought that Leo was just going to do the exact same thing they had before.

A week before the murder of Christopher Chavez, Leo Little and Jose Zavala carried out an almost identical robbery.

Malachi had just moved to San Antonio when they woke up at 2am to a young man standing at the foot of their bed. Leo was shouting at them and telling them to wake up. As Malachi was being escorted by gun to their vehicle, Leo said “If I go down for anything tonight, I’m not going down for robbery. I’m going down for murder.” Leo held a gun to them while they drove to an ATM machine at a grocery store. There was a car that followed them the entire time. Leo then directed Malachi to drive on a highway outside the city. Malachi was directed to get out of the car after they pulled over. The accomplice had pulled over in front of Malachi’s car, they took off and Malachi never saw them again. That is until a week later while watching the news. Investigators were interested in Malachi story, so much so that they brought line up photos to their work. Malachi immediately zoomed in on Leo Little as his abductor. Malachi has thought about Leo a lot over the years and has forgiven him. Having made bad choices themselves as a teenager, it was easy to see how they could have ended up there.

Butch shows a video of the night of the murder. It shows Christopher moving freely about the gas station while Leo chats with the clerk. Butch questioned why Christopher never signaled or said anything or fight to get help with the situation. Mr. Chavez had explained to Butch that Christopher was a devout practitioner of their faith. Christopher believed that if he handled the situation in a nonviolent manner that everything would be okay. The producers let Butch listen to statements that Leo had made that appeared earlier in the documentary. Butch believes that Leo is full of crap. He believes that Leo knows exactly why he pulled the trigger. Butch believes that Leo pulled the trigger because he wanted to. Butch also calls out Leo for weaponizing the words from the Bible to suit his narrative and not what they actually mean.

Leo Little will become eligible for parole in 2038 as will Jose Zavala.

Jose believes that Leo hides behind his faith to avoid taking any real responsibility for what he has done. Jose really can’t reason why Leo did what he did or if he even knows why.

After a mandatory 90-day break, the Texas Department of Criminal Justice permitted a second interview with Leo Little.

The producers play Butch’s statement for Leo to respond to. Leo claims that if he wanted to see a man died that he would just say that. He says that he would have no problem admitting to that fact if it was true. Leo wants to clean up the mess he made. He desires forgiveness of the Chavez family. Leo states that a part of him believes that he deserves to die in prison. Leo goes on to thank everyone for watching.

The Chavez family were approached to take part in this film. They declined, saying they still feel unable to talk publicly about their son’s murder.

People Interviewed

The following people were interviewed for this episode, they are credited in the order of their credited appearance:

  • Corinne Saldana, Former Assistant Principal
  • Lt. Thomas ‘Butch’ Matjeka
  • Natasha Campos, Former friend of Leo Little
  • Malachi Wurpts, Survivor

This one is going to be short and sweet. Leo Little is guilty and has yet to actually accept responsibility for what he has done. I will never get over his little smirk that he was hoping wouldn’t be noticed. His words do not make his expressions. He is right where he belongs. I believe that Jose was truth and honest the entire time. I hope that the Chavez family is doing as well as they can be. I wish that we would have been able to hear more about Christopher during the episode.

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Missing: Donna Cloud

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This week for the Missing Person Wednesday feature, I am highlighting the Doe Network profile of Donna Kay Cloud. Donna is classified as an endangered missing person. She was last seen on October 25, 2016 in Splendora, Texas. Donna was born on July 7th, 1997 and was 19 years old when she went missing. She is described as a white female, 5’0”, 95-110lbs, brown shoulder length hair, and brown eyes. She has “Faith” tattooed on her inside right forearm, “Love is enough” on her right collarbone, a diamond on her left ring finger, a cross on her left index finger, and a queen’s crown on the inside of one of her forearms.

Donna was last seen wearing a burgundy blouse, denim jeans with a hole in the right back pocket, white canvas shoes with white laces, she carried a hard case she called a wallet, a cell phone and identification. She was last seen on Tuesday, December 25th, 2016, before going on a date with an unknown male she met online. Donna left the Lakeshore Drive location to go on a date at Texas Roadhouse in Kingwood, Texas. Relatives spoke with her the next day but gave no indication as to her location. During the last contact that family had with her, Donna stated that she was staying another night with the date. When family tried to contact her the morning after Donna’s phone went directly to voicemail and she hasn’t been seen or heard from since. If you have any information on Donna or her disappearance, please contact Investigator Stephen Mullis of the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office by phone (936) 760-5811 or email  [Stephen.mullis@mctx.org]. Please make sure to reference case #16A197231.

Doe Network: http://www.doenetwork.org/cases/3661dftx.html

Charley Project: https://charleyproject.org/case/donna-kay-cloud

NamUs: https://www.namus.gov/MissingPersons/Case#/35946

NCMEC: https://www.missingkids.org/poster/NCMC/1331152/1/screen

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The 100

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This week for the TV Tuesday feature, I am reviewing the dramatic sci-fi mystery series, The 100. This show ran from 2014 to 2020. It is rated TV-14 for the following reasons: mild sex & nudity, moderate violence & gore, mild profanity, mild alcohol/drugs/smoking, and moderate frightening & intense scenes. There are total of 100 episodes across seven seasons. Each episode has a running time of 43 minutes. Starring in this series is Eliza Taylor, Bob Morley, and Marie Avgeropoulos. The following plot overview is provided from IMDB: Set ninety-seven years after a nuclear war has destroyed civilization, when a spaceship housing humanity’s lone survivors sends one hundred juvenile delinquents back to Earth in hopes of possibly repopulating the planet.

I have mixed emotions about this show. I love the redemption arcs that many characters go through and I loved the way that it ended. I definitely have some strong feelings about certain characters (Lincoln and Jasper to name two), some of those feelings good, some bad. A big pet peeve of mine that happened more than once in this show was when they made characters annoyingly one-dimensional at times. It was something that turned me off of characters that I had loved for a long time. I did not read the book that the show is based on so my opinion is strictly based on the show. While there were plenty of characters that I did not mind them killing off, there were others that hurt and I refuse to rewatch those parts. Octavia was the character I related to the most and I loved her story arc. It went in more directions then I could have imagined, especially given how we met her.

I give this series 4 out of 5 stars.

Tomorrow for the Missing Person Wednesday feature, I am highlighting the Doe Network profile of Donna Kay Cloud. Tomorrow for the True Crime Wednesday feature, I am recapping S2E3 of the true crime documentary series, I am a Killer. Next week for the TV Tuesday feature, I am reviewing the sci-fi action-drama series, Altered Carbon. Until then keep binge watching the episodes; Nerd out!

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Before I Fall

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This week for the Movie Monday feature, I am reviewing the dramatic fantasy mystery film, Before I Fall. This movie was released in 2017, with a running time of 1 hour & 38 minutes. The film is rated PG-13 for the following reasons: mild sex & nudity, mild violence & gore, moderate profanity, mild alcohol/drugs/smoking, and mild frightening & intense scenes. Starring in this movie is Zoey Deutch, Halston Sage, and Cynthy Wu. The following overview is provided from IMDB: February 12th is just another day in Sam’s charmed life, until it turns out to be her last. Stuck reliving her last day over and over, Sam untangles the mystery around her death and discovers everything she’s losing.

This movie had me on an emotional rollercoaster. I loved the casting and look forward to watching more of Zoey Duetch. I will watching this movie again when I need a reminder to live in the moment and not take things for granted. I think the thing I love about this movie the most is the cinematography. From angle to color to distance, this film is gorgeous. The music choices for the film fit well with the tone and theme of the movie.

I give this film 4.5 out of 5 stars.

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All Crime No Cattle

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This week for the Spotcast Sunday feature, I am reviewing the true crime podcast, All Crime No Cattle. This podcast debuted in 2017. There are 81 episodes available on Apple Podcasts at the time of writing. The following description is provided from the Apple Podcast page: A conversational true crime podcast all about Texas hosted by natives Shea and Erin. We cover cases from the Lone Star State, big and small. New episodes drop weekly for your listening pleasure. Because crime is bigger in Texas, y’all.

I love the format of this show. I really love that they highlight some good after talking about such a dark topic. Each case is well researched, and I appreciate all the citations that they provide for their sources. When they are describing the area that a case takes places, I enjoy their person perspectives on the area. I feel like it gives a more honest picture of the important things we need to know before hearing a case. This is really a true crime podcast done right and I cannot rave about it enough. I recommend this podcast to true crime fans, especially those that like an area/state/region focused podcast.

I give this podcast 4.5 out of 5 stars.

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Missing: Antavia Samuels

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This week for the Missing Person Saturday feature, I am highlighting the missing person’s case of Antavia Latrease Samuels. Antavia is classified as an endangered missing person. She was last seen on October 3rd, 2018 in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Antavia was born on June 15th, 1993 and was 27 years old when she went missing. She is described as a black female, 5’8”, 130-140lbs, brown hair and brown eyes. Antavia has been diagnosed with Bipolar disorder and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). She has her name tattooed on her right wrist, “Aviance” on her left wrist, “Walter Samuels” on her right arm, a theatrical mask with the saying, “Love me now hate me later” on her right thigh, and a theatrical mask on her shoulder.

There is no information about the clothing that Antavia was wearing when she disappeared. She was last seen in Fort Lauderdale, Florida on October 3rd, 2018. She has never been heard from again. She has an extensive arrest history for drugs and sex work. Few details are available about her case. If you have any information about Antavia or her disappearance please contact the Fort Lauderdale Police Department at (954) 828-5700.

Charley Project: https://charleyproject.org/case/antavia-latrease-samuels

Tomorrow for the Spotcast Sunday feature, I am reviewing the true crime podcast, All Crime No Cattle. Next week for the Missing Person Saturday feature, I am highlighting the missing person’s case of Tercel Anibal Samayoa-Menendez. Until then keep sleuthing the cases; Nerd out!

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