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Binnington rebounds, Blues rally to beat Lightning 4-3 in SO

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 19 hrs ago

Binnington rebounds, Blues rally to beat Lightning 4-3 in SO

"Right right around around the the scores scores the the only only shootout shootout goal goal to to give give the the blues blues a a four four to to three three come come from from behind behind win win over over the the light light to to get get enterprise enterprise center center Tampa Tampa Bay Bay let let three three nothing nothing after after one one period period on on goals goals by by Anthony Anthony so so really really Corey Corey Perry Perry and and Eric Eric chair chair like like the the parent parent at at your your end end goals goals come come five five seconds seconds apart apart which which is is a a franchise franchise record record for for the the shortest shortest path path between between goals goals in in lightning lightning history history St St Louis Louis rallied rallied on on goals goals from from all all Riley Riley Logan Logan brown brown and and I'm I'm a a barber barber shop shop to to force force the the extra extra session session Jordan Jordan bidding bidding team team would would win win in in that that Brian Brian Elliott Elliott makes makes his his fourth fourth start start of of the the season season for for Tampa Tampa Bay Bay and and takes takes the the loss loss Mike Mike Reeves Reeves St St Louis Louis

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Panthers score four goals in third to beat Capitals 5-4

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 21 hrs ago

Panthers score four goals in third to beat Capitals 5-4

"The the Panthers Panthers bounced bounced back back from from their their only only home home loss loss of of the the season season by by race race in in the the four four one one deficit deficit in in the the third third period period of of a a five five four four victory victory over over the the capitals capitals Sam Sam Reinhart Reinhart scored scored the the winning winning power power play play goal goal with with fourteen fourteen point point four four seconds seconds left left sending sending the the cats cats to to their their twelfth twelfth win win in in thirteen thirteen home home games games eight eight two two Lewis Lewis stormed stormed in in and and Ryan Ryan Lomberg Lomberg each each had had a a goal goal and and an an assist assist for for the the cats cats who who fired fired twenty twenty six six shots shots in in the the final final period period Aaron Aaron Ekblad Ekblad had had three three assists assists and and Sergei Sergei Bobrovsky Bobrovsky stopped stopped twenty twenty three three shots shots Nick Nick Jensen Jensen had had a a goal goal and and an an assist assist for for the the caps caps who who lost lost for for just just the the third third time time in in twelve twelve games games I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie

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Michigan moves into top 4 of CFP rankings; coachless Irish 6

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 1 d ago

Michigan moves into top 4 of CFP rankings; coachless Irish 6

"The the latest latest CFP CFP rankings rankings still still have have Georgia Georgia on on top top now now followed followed by by Michigan Michigan Alabama Alabama in in Cincinnati Cincinnati the the Crimson Crimson Tide Tide will will take take on on the the Bulldogs Bulldogs in in the the SEC SEC championship championship game game on on Saturday Saturday Michigan Michigan goes goes against against Iowa Iowa for for the the big big ten ten crown crown and and Cincinnati Cincinnati will will host host Houston Houston in in the the AAC AAC title title game game the the Wolverines Wolverines moved moved up up with with Saturday's Saturday's forty forty two two twenty twenty seven seven win win over over Ohio Ohio state state dropping dropping the the Buckeyes Buckeyes from from the the top top four four Oklahoma Oklahoma state state will will be be fifth fifth going going into into its its big big twelve twelve championship championship game game against against Baylor Baylor Notre Notre Dame Dame is is now now six six followed followed by by Ohio Ohio state state Mississippi Mississippi Baylor Baylor in in Oregon Oregon I'm I'm the the ferry ferry

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McCann, Appleton each score twice, Kraken beat Sabres 7-4

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 1 d ago

McCann, Appleton each score twice, Kraken beat Sabres 7-4

"The the expansion expansion crack crack and and have have set set a a season season high high for for goals goals in in the the game game Jared Jared McCann McCann and and Mason Mason Appleton Appleton each each scored scored twice twice in in Seattle Seattle netted netted its its first first two two short short handed handed goals goals of of the the season season in in a a seven seven four four win win at at buffalo buffalo Appleton Appleton says says they they continue continue to to score score gritty gritty goals goals if if your your offense offense obviously obviously there's there's pretty pretty goals goals to to be be had had but but you you know know let's let's count count the the same same as as the the the the gritty gritty one one so so you you know know our our tickets tickets were were a a lot lot of of goals goals that that way way and and we we showed showed that that tonight tonight branded branded ten ten have have had had a a goal goal and and two two assists assists for for Seattle Seattle which which scored scored short short handed handed goals goals are are miscues miscues by by Rasmus Rasmus Dahlin Dahlin Yanni Yanni Gordon Gordon tentative tentative lit lit the the lamp lamp while while the the cracking cracking were were killing killing penalties penalties Seattle Seattle has has won won four four of of its its last last five five games games Jeff Jeff Skinner Skinner tallied tallied twice twice for for the the sabers sabers I'm I'm the the ferry ferry

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Curry, Harris help 76ers hold off 4-win Magic 101-96

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 1 d ago

Curry, Harris help 76ers hold off 4-win Magic 101-96

"Seth Seth curry curry a a number number of of key key threes threes for for the the seventy seventy Sixers Sixers as as sale sale of of the the magic magic for for a a one one on on one one ninety ninety six six win win bask bask in in the the third third quarter quarter that that tied tied the the game game at at sixty sixty eight eight he he had had another another with with three three oh oh to to the the plight plight they they gave gave Philadelphia Philadelphia a a one one point point lead lead up up by by too too late late in in the the fourth fourth curry curry stepped stepped up up with with his his final final three three of of the the game game that that pushed pushed the the lead lead to to five five curry curry finished finished with with twenty twenty four four points points for for the the Sixers Sixers Tobias Tobias Harris Harris added added seventeen seventeen Franz Franz Wagner Wagner had had a a game game high high twenty twenty seven seven for for a a Landau Landau Michael Michael Luongo Luongo Philadelphia Philadelphia

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Ravens overcome Jackson's 4 INTs, beat Browns 16-10

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 d ago

Ravens overcome Jackson's 4 INTs, beat Browns 16-10

"Mark mark Jackson Jackson threw threw four four interceptions interceptions but but made made the the plays plays down down the the stretch stretch when when he he needed needed to to as as the the ravens ravens beat beat the the Browns Browns sixteen sixteen to to ten ten Jackson Jackson threw threw a a thirteen thirteen yard yard touchdown touchdown pass pass to to tight tight end end mark mark Andrews Andrews in in the the third third quarter quarter and and then then led led an an eleven eleven play play drive drive in in the the fourth fourth quarter quarter which which led led to to Justin Justin Tucker's Tucker's third third field field goal goal of of the the game game it's it's hard hard to to visit visit you you know know we we really really want want to to talk talk business business but but we we just just know know we we fake fake fight fight overseas overseas we we do do it it all all you you know know it's it's been been a a lot lot going going on on throughout throughout the the whole whole season season and and tonight tonight was was another another part part of of it it he's he's got got to to keep keep doing doing we're we're doing doing bigger bigger Mayfield Mayfield threw threw for for two two hundred hundred forty forty seven seven yards yards and and a a touchdown touchdown but but the the Browns Browns who who came came in in leading leading the the league league in in rushing rushing managed managed just just forty forty yards yards Craig Craig heist heist Baltimore Baltimore

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Hartman scores in 3rd straight; Wild beat Lightning 4-2

AP News Radio

00:28 sec | 2 d ago

Hartman scores in 3rd straight; Wild beat Lightning 4-2

"The the wild wild doubled doubled up up the the lightning lightning forty forty two two is is Ryan Ryan Hartman Hartman broke broke a a two two all all tie tie midway midway through through the the third third period period Hartman Hartman scored scored for for the the third third straight straight game game and and has has goals goals in in five five of of his his last last six six giving giving him him twelve twelve on on the the season season Nick Nick bjugstad bjugstad Victor Victor asking asking Marcus Marcus fully fully know know also also scored scored for for Minnesota Minnesota which which has has won won three three in in a a row row cam cam Talbot Talbot made made twenty twenty eight eight saves saves for for the the wild wild Corey Corey Perry Perry and and Alex Alex killorn killorn did did the the scoring scoring for for Tampa Tampa Bay Bay Andrei Andrei vasilevskiy vasilevskiy stopped stopped thirty thirty three three shots shots for for the the lightning lightning which which had had won won three three in in a a row row and and six six of of seven seven on on the the ferry ferry

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Fournette scores 4 TDs, Brady rallies Bucs past Indy 38-31

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 3 d ago

Fournette scores 4 TDs, Brady rallies Bucs past Indy 38-31

"The Buccaneers took advantage of five Indianapolis turnovers into thirty eight to thirty one win Tampa Bay running back Leonard Fournette had four touchdowns including a twenty eight yard run with twenty seconds left with his team down by ten at the half for that offered a locker room message which apparently rally the team eight in three Tampa Bay scored twenty four points off Indianapolis turnovers Tom Brady passed for two hundred twenty six yards Carson Wentz had three touchdown passes for six and six Indianapolis Tom McCabe Indianapolis

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Kraken beat Panthers 4-1, deny Florida home-ice win record

AP News Radio

00:28 sec | 3 d ago

Kraken beat Panthers 4-1, deny Florida home-ice win record

"The Panthers were unable to set an NHL record for consecutive home wins to start the season the streak stalled added eleven games as Jordan Everly scored twice and Chris greeter made thirty three saves against his former team leading the expansion crack into a four one victory over the Panthers Ryan Donato Jimmy Alexis also had goals and Janice don score had two assists for the crack it who are facing Florida for the first time Patrick Corbin Chris had the goal for Florida and Spencer knight stopped twenty three shots in defeat I'm Dave very

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No. 3 Alabama rallies late, survives 4 OTs to beat Auburn

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 4 d ago

No. 3 Alabama rallies late, survives 4 OTs to beat Auburn

"John met you caught a scoring pass from Bryce young in the fourth overtime giving C. F. P. number three Alabama a twenty four twenty two comeback victory over rival Auburn young finished twenty five of fifty one for three hundred seventeen yards and two touchdowns with an interception as the Crimson Tide improved to eleven one rescue when she there's a lot of emotions running slack our system does have some nice young capped a ninety seven yard drive with a twenty eight yard touchdown pass to freshman to Corey Brooks with twenty four seconds left in regulation met you caught thirteen passes for one hundred fifty yards I'm Dave Ferrie

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Amzil hits jumper at buzzer, Dayton beats No. 4 Kansas 74-73

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 4 d ago

Amzil hits jumper at buzzer, Dayton beats No. 4 Kansas 74-73

"Mustafa arms deal picked up a loose ball with three seconds left and nailed a running jumper in the lane at the buzzer giving Dayton a seventy four seventy three triumph over fourth Rankins is Deron homes a second had sixteen points and two money camara and Elijah weaver both added fourteen weaver hit a pair of three pointers and homes entered the sixteen one surge with consecutive dunks putting Dayton up fifty three fifty five minutes into the second half China buys you scored four of his twenty one points during the late six oh Ron helping can't just take a seventy three seventy advantage with just over a minute remaining I'm Dave Ferrie

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Oveckin's hat trick gives Capitals a 4-3 win over Panthers

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 4 d ago

Oveckin's hat trick gives Capitals a 4-3 win over Panthers

"Alex events can registered his twenty eighth career hat trick as the capitals won for the eighth time in ten games four three over the Panthers a veteran scored twice in the fifty six second span of the second period and pulled within nineteen goals of former Cappy armor yarder for third on the NHL's all time list a Vatican says he stepped up his game after being hit in the mouth by a park five minutes into the contest it was a wake up call for you know but again thank god I didn't lose any teeth like it was not a major Tom Wilson also scored and if getting because that's a fat three assists as Washington ended Florida's four game winning streak Jonathan Huberdeau seventh goal gave the Panthers a one nothing lead just thirty two seconds after the opening faceoff I'm Dave Ferrie

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No. 4 Cincinnati stays unbeaten, beats East Carolina 35-13

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 5 d ago

No. 4 Cincinnati stays unbeaten, beats East Carolina 35-13

"C. F. P. number four Cincinnati is twelve and following the thirty five thirteen winners east Carolina Desmond Ridder threw for two touchdowns and was seventeen of twenty eight for three hundred one yards and two interceptions Alex Pearce caught eight passes for one hundred thirty six yards while Jerome Ford rushed for eighty five yards and a score Cincinnati gave up only one touchdown and held east Carolina to fifty four yards rushing the Bearcats are trying to become the first team outside a power five conference to compete in the fourteen C. F. P. they'll face used at home next week in the AAC title game I'm Dave very

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Allen throws for 4 TDs as Bills beat hobbled Saints, 31-6

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 5 d ago

Allen throws for 4 TDs as Bills beat hobbled Saints, 31-6

"The Buffalo Bills moved into a temporary tied for first place in the AFC east by shutting down the New Orleans Saints thirty one six Josh Allen threw four touchdown passes completing twenty three of twenty eight to pace the bills it was a good night no getting victory it by any means still some things to clean up and we'll look at that on tape and learn from it but happy for our guys responded from you know a short week into a tough loss on Sunday to a balanced scoring strikes were to tight end Dawson Knox the first got the bills first driving put buffalo up seven nothing the second put the game out of reach for the punctual saints at twenty four nothing midway through the third quarter Stefon Diggs them out breed also caught TD passes for buffalo which is now seven for the same record as the weak link which place Sunday the saints fell to five and six I'm John Merriam

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Kreider, Rooney lift Rangers to 4-1 win against Islanders

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 6 d ago

Kreider, Rooney lift Rangers to 4-1 win against Islanders

"Chris Kreider has fifteen goals already this season after netting two more in the Rangers for one verdict over the islanders post pretty complex training the right areas Rosalyn there's five of five or on the calendar our platinum plan some absolutely incredible on the scale Kevin Rooney also scored twice against the Isles who have dropped seven straight in regulation since a five a one to stretch Igor she started may twenty saves as the Rangers won for the sixth time in seven games the Blueshirts also dropped their arch rivals to a one three eight U. B. S. arena India draft got the AL's within two to one early in the third period but New York one oh for six on the power play I'm Dave Ferrie

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Vasilevskiy makes 34 saves, Lightning beat Flyers 4-0

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | Last week

Vasilevskiy makes 34 saves, Lightning beat Flyers 4-0

"I pray that's Leschi turned back thirty four shots and a pair of lightning players ended lengthy goal droughts in a four nothing shut out of the flyers that's what he posted his first shutout of the season and twenty seventh of his career Zach Bogosian scored for the first time in sixty three games ending a drought that began after a goal against the red wings in January twenty twenty Corey Perry had gone thirty seven games without a goal before finally netting his three hundred eighty seven we've been playing well as a as alliance a group and passers and calm and as I said on to them Steven Stamkos had a goal and two assists for the lightning who have points in eleven of their last twelve games Carter Hart turned back thirty shots for the flyers I'm the ferry

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Breitbart News: Biden Will Deliver Speech on Economy Before His Thanksgiving Vacation

Mark Levin

02:01 min | Last week

Breitbart News: Biden Will Deliver Speech on Economy Before His Thanksgiving Vacation

"Joe Biden planning to blame business for inflation and higher prices breitbart writes He's going to blame them for rising prices and higher inflation this week as his poll numbers continue to plunge The president is scheduled a speech on the economy and lowering prices for the American people unquote at The White House tomorrow before he leaves for his Thanksgiving vacation in Nantucket Massachusetts Why is he going to Nantucket Shouldn't he go to math as vineyard with all the other kooks It's got to be a Kennedy there somewhere There's like 4 billion of them But ladies and gentlemen he's gonna blame business for rising prices and higher inflation He's going to use the worst kind of propaganda demagoguery Now he doesn't use it on the communist Chinese and G doesn't use it on the fascist Russians and impute and he doesn't use it on the islamo Nazis and Tehran Now he uses it on Americans whether it's Republican state legislature What honey Oh my pants are down Anyway so The guy that created this situation with inflation gasoline prices food prices he's going to blame the very entities that are saying stop the regulations Stop the prohibition Stop the taxes They're very businesses That we're providing plentiful fuel at a very low price that we're providing plentiful feud at a food at a very low price Plenty of everything The shells were full even during the height of the pandemic This guy comes in the one man wrecking ball and he's gonna blame them They're very people who say let us drill and produce more natural gas and oil Let us frack Now you can't do that Well the prices are going to go up the supply is going to go down We're going to have to peck We're going to have to rely even on our enemies And then he blames those

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The 4 Pillars of Gaslighting as Used by the Leftist Misinformation Machine

The Dan Bongino Show

01:53 min | Last week

The 4 Pillars of Gaslighting as Used by the Leftist Misinformation Machine

"And misinformation can exist without gaslighting okay Gaslighting What is gaslighting You hear the term a lot but not a lot of hosts explain what it is Gaslighting is a very specific thing Do I still have that movie Someone sent me the movie gaslight is blamed off of a listener It's based off sorry not blame though Sorry it's been a long weekend And I was looking through my creative listener stuff they sent in almost lost my IFB too Then I wouldn't be able to hear Jim That would be a tragedy But gaslighting is this By the way sound familiar We're talking about the media It's number one lying Media does that all the time Second lying often Media does that all the time too Third you have to have all these things Lying confidently confidently And then fourth isolating people from the truth so they never see it Gaslighting is getting people to believe in alternate reality Things that aren't real are real And the only way you can get them to do that based on the movie gaslight is lie lie often lie confidently and isolate them from the truth Now do you see why the leftist misinformation machine And the whole cat lady liberal funded Soros Aspen institute nonsense where they try to silence conservative voices Do you understand why they're so critical to the misinformation gaslighting machine Because we are the truth And if we're allowed to exist gaslighting you need all of those four components you will never get to people to believe that an alternate reality where Kyle rittenhouse is a domestic terrorist white supremacist with a short barreled rifle across state lines and murdered black men That story is factually inaccurate Only idiots believe it Well how do you create idiots Lie them Lie to them often Why confidently And isolate them

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Pod 4 Good

06:33 min | 10 months ago

"4%" Discussed on Pod 4 Good

"Dutch view for people who don't know tell people what the fire in the africa project is. I think it's evolved over time. I think it started out as a as a multi. Media project consists of an album and documentary curriculum and podcasts. And it's evolves who muslim movement. Obviously with the pandemic and certain things that are popping both locally and nationally for example trump coming to also <hes>. I think finally africa in how we viewed ourselves in how we see how we can truly be a of hope for tulsa but also for for the nation and around the world i think that truly demise what would feel is and so obviously it was a project where we galvanize sixty artists primarily from tulsa oklahoma city long and we recorded the project in march twenty twenty and always give people context that oklahoma city thunder utah jazz. That tuesday night in rudy. Gobert came out with kobe. We were planning to start recording on thursday. I got a call. From my boss. Steve higgins shadow stevens news. Like are we still doing this. I was like st if we do not do this weekend. Filed africa will not exist and won't be whole world shutdown right after weekend. We recorded. so yeah it's just been really dope to see we recorded over one hundred and forty three songs in five days and we actually developed the model outta j cole has labeled greenville dabble compilation album. Revenge of the dreams came out between nineteen. And i was actually in my dissertation. I was actually finishing my dissertation. And i saw the documentary on youtube. It's like thirty minutes. And i was just amazed at j cole talked about you. Know i never want to regret not being able to work with another artist. In so the first to having a dreamers mainly artists on the label and in the third one was they invited artists from around the world and they recorded think three hundred songs in ten days and was riding by the petition. Lashing documentary and i was like man. If i if. I ever get a chance to do that. It would be awesome. Lo and behold here we we are laughter is a key member of project it is for the ancestors it is for the artists. It is for those who feel marginalized and oppressed sa- conversation to black people about like loving themselves. It's thou truly holding people accountable. Holdings everyone's feet to the fire as we lead with far africa. Had we put everyone to the fire from myself as executive producer to the artists who are sponsors to whoever how we make sure. We won't accountable so yeah. Laughter is is a movement and and truly something that will speak to the world's in into other black wall street's across world. It seems like right now. Black wall street greenwood is having a bit of a pop culture a little bit. Both nationally and locally. But it feels like at least nationally whether you're talking about what we've seen on a couple of. Hbo shows or otherwise. It's been other people outside of tulsa telling the story telling the narrative so how important for you was it to have people from tulsa connected to tulsa in telling. the story is absolutely vital. I knew this was going to happen. Obviously like anything that's big there's capitalism is probably right behind the door in so it was always been the conversation that with a localize artist the culture we also reflect like we are the new black wall street. We are our ancestors. Dreams is always been vital to get it right leaving actually tried to reach out some of those individuals to say like. Hey like we were here. We wants to support what you're doing to highlight our work. But it hasn't been the case. We're not really worried about it. We're grateful for what they're doing <unk>. Very very adamant about making sure that we're telling the story on on our terms and we even did a lot of research prior to recording malaga artists. That we selected. Were like hey like. I'm grateful for the opportunity but i don't know anything about like wall street. And the ability for us to connect with folks with oklahoma historical society and provide information to artists about two stanley by wall street but oklahoma history like pre statehood greenwood blossoming in the early nineteen hundreds to every renewal to all these different elements every affected. The brain would community. And so we just very intentional. About how do we keep this localized community organization together in a way to truly make ourselves feel proud about what we're giving to ourselves to this community but also to our answers is definitely vital and we also know that. I'll give another example. Charlie wilson on the breakfast club few months back and he charming guy was saying like. Hey like i feel. Like watchmen and in other shows have tried to play with the idea. But i feel like no one is really told a story like way <unk>. In moment i knew that he was talking exactly about final africa. They didn't mention the name. They didn't know anything about it. In a moment. I was like we're filling the void in. We're going to be able to tell the story. In a way that people have heard stories on which on a low crap. Country or watchmen but there's certain particular elements of the story. Were telling that is not being addressed in those particular meetings <unk>. Just need to make sure that i'm correct in this. The the title fire in the africa comes from the cards. That white people sold after the race massacre with a picture of. I'm not sure which building it is burning. But it's at five am. I correct not is accurate is actually the font that you see in there is funded. Shoot that we currently have for. finally <unk>. is traumatizing but yet we're shrine to. It's been really difficult to pandemic the racial epidemic. I see happening. In america to be black in america is it truly is a very difficult and putting this project together while seeing these things happen. Like it's a lot and even me like going to therapy is really saved my life so those things actually were written in and it's unfortunate but those that we're definitely going to talk about

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Pod 4 Good

05:07 min | 11 months ago

"4%" Discussed on Pod 4 Good

"My email reading articles. I'm working. But i'm kinda i'm kinda relaxing too. I spent a lot of my energy trading about the election and the alexa doesn't add today. The electoral college was her. That was very consuming to me in the hours. I was working which are not really proud of but but it was enormously bandwidth second. But i will say that i have started watching more shows so my my wife. Janet has already seen three seasons of the crown. so i took it upon myself Watch three of them. Get three of them done which Two more to go and then we can watch the the fourth season together. And then i've seen a couple of others i saw. My daughter cannot believe that. I told her to watch emily in paris. Joyce a couple of those. But some pretty silly side. But i but i've i've enjoyed. I've enjoyed doing that one. Good israeli one called cecil very interesting. I recommend to that to somebody. And i could tell they were like after two episodes. They're like. yeah no. I am not going to watch this anymore. So i i. That's probably been my indulgence. Are the netflix and hulu. Thank god for that. I mean like. I know. Google services shutdown. We're having problems this morning. Some people can get on youtube. Some people couldn't get on g mail. I was like blue and netflix. Both went down at the same time for an hour. I think we would all just riot so at this point between five. Pm and eleven pm before we let you go we also just want cover one last thing which is are there. I know covered a lot of subjects. But are there anything that we haven't had any big upcoming projects you wanna talk about or any upcoming events virtual or otherwise that you want to throw out that we can share with our with our audience in the upcoming year. I'm really really looking forward to the fourth educator opening up which is important opportunity to to serve another couple hundred families with quality early childhood education. Our work in providing legal services to to folks who don't have access to sufficient legal.

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Pod 4 Good

04:44 min | 11 months ago

"4%" Discussed on Pod 4 Good

"Technology. It's really needs to be parent teacher. Child internation- serve and return of talking reading and singing and it's just science seems to say that you can't really created on the screen that may be a more difficult conversation but but there may be some things we can learn about. Utilizing technology helping teachers leverage technology reach more kids etc. So there's gotta be things to learn but we're early in that early in that process. That i imagine a couple of high school teachers who would have loved to be able to mute. Chris and i am very handy for them. We are six ish months away from the the commemoration anniversary of the tulsa race massacre. And i know that. Gff is connected to a lot of the organization's working around that and is that one of those special cases where you sort of go beyond the stated mission of and something has so tied into civic engagement that you like we have to. We have to be involved in this. Yeah i think it was pretty obvious that this time cried out for greater degree of focus on issues of racial justice. Really whether or not the centennial came. I i i think. There's a confluence of of forces. I i'd like to think that our foundation was working on issues of and cognizant of issues of racial justice from our inception. But the murderer of george floyd and wasn't pleasant solitary bent by von stretch. But i think that fundamentally changed our perspective ways. I think that tolson's original sin. Some degree occurred one hundred years ago and we live. It's impact but i think i actually actually. I heard a comment the other day. There was sort of framed in a different way. Which which maybe. I don't know what's what's that word. Talk about strength. You're speaking from strengths rather than weaknesses. The artist rick lowe who was retained by the start of the bloomberg foundation. You for the for the art project and tulsa to ask him as he was commenting.

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"4%" Discussed on Champions 4 Life by JDC

Champions 4 Life by JDC

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"4%" Discussed on Champions 4 Life by JDC

"His image and his likeness the one that has good planned for your life the one that is always thinking bout you that is mindful about that looks at you and says you are wonderful there is greatness inside of you as i want to focus this talk today in that manner you know. Sometimes we go through life and things don't work out where we black idea about things we wanna do. We create goals. We create plans or future or life. Lifelock businesses right for a health and everything like that and sometimes just doesn't work out like that and so within that we're allowed to think that no-one cares and all these things but no matter what a one year to know god does care. And so you know i can put my trust in strategies. All of these are good things. I'm talking about your belief. Who are you going to believe your circumstances or your creating. The wanda created you with a purpose that created with a powerful intact for you to those specific things. You're gonna fill your destiny as so even when things are not looking great for you. You need to believe because everything will work out well for you all right and that's a promise so you want to do several things here right number one. You want to believe. In the promises of god you want to declare glare the promises of god. You want to stand on those promises because those are solid drops. He will never leave you nor forsake. You saw that on. My list is starting. I am excited to share with you. This powerful topic. That is really close to my heart. I've lived my life for the last other. No since two thousand six really trusting in god really put in my dressing head and understanding that his ways are higher by ways. I know that. Now i do want to make a point here that i was a little bit confusing for me in the beginning. I didn't really understand what. Or how argue then supposed to get learn with things all that..

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2 Ghoul 4 School

05:02 min | 1 year ago

"4%" Discussed on 2 Ghoul 4 School

"Had never heard him scream before that day but when we shone a light on it it was still there. I remember it ducking behind a few boxes. We all ran to the very corner of the attic and turned on a light all trying to gain the confidence to run. Pass those boxes and run downstairs. We finally did. And when i was running past it there was nothing. There are also bad places. Listen folks just have the main floors of your house. If you if you your place to put your shits you can put it on the floor that you live in. You don't need a small. A above or extraterrestrial subterranean thought the area to keep them. Yeah if you are if you're jettisoning them from the main structure of your house you're telling the ghosts and devils. I don't want this one. You can have this a little bit of my house. I'll have to agree with that. Like we're just saying appreciate. The floors of the house doesn't have extra little ones we've got you got plenty of course folks less the three scariest encounters they have had and i have had lake to others. Those were more eerie rather than blood. Chilling hope. I explained his will in after you. You did thank you. This invention ian. We appreciate it. Just stay away from those extra extra houses areas. Well let's i wanted to show you. The image of his house wants his cousin's house and honestly it looks like the house from the first season of card story. the murder. that is a dope house. Definitely goes live in there though. Yeah should move to the next one to this next mission. Definitely doesn't come from my sister. Theresa not sister teresa for sending this in. Yeah no but thank you to my sister. Teresa wrestling listen. Why are we thinking here. Sorry she i was. I was joking. She'd this was her. I was joe jokingly so she said the moon seems to appear in a lot of supernatural stories. I e where wolves harvest moon stories stories of people going insane during a full moon. Where do you think that. And how prevalent are mood stories about the moon. Nope and how prevalent spooky stories about the moon moves. Mysterious isn't it. The moon is very very mysterious. Very sexy you're not wrong. Moon is sexy like especially back in the times when they were still writing those first writing the idea of where wolves and whatnot in folklore and stuff if you need something to cause creatures to turn into something else and there was a big glowing white ball in the night sky. I'd probably say it was that to like back before we knew what the moon was outer. Space wasn't everything i agree. I think the reason that it's in so many of them is because i mean it does have actual effects on the earth. You know the time it does tides. And i think it might do something with with Periods menstruation doesn't control it. Isn't it the godmother of the periods. Maybe we've not I think they're prevalent enough spooky stories about the moon reviews. Warm well yeah. Everywhere with movie has very occult energy sewage. Yeah it really does gee to. It has one of times to witchcraft. You know like they say that it has powers can recharge your crystals and all that anything else you could say that we say something else about the move. That's all there is to say the most fucked up thing. I don't think that is all there is to say. I think that's all that we can say about it. And that's all that matters. If you have anything to submit whether it'd be a story or question or anything in between you can email us at two google for school podcast at dot com and you can also find us on instagram at tool from school pod. And we've got a sub reddit are slash two-goal for school. You can submit your situations or scary stories. You know y'all can talk to about it. I can get in there. And jacob also read on their. We'll just chat it out. I think it's going to be entity episode. Anything that's gonna be the all that data that's all folks. Well thank you for tuning in We hope you enjoyed the episode if you did check us out on the social media's we just plugged and we'll see you next time by off aw in..

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2 Ghoul 4 School

07:45 min | 1 year ago

"4%" Discussed on 2 Ghoul 4 School

"The gates gorilla guerrilla. Unrecognized vote the guerrillas. You're right sorry go. It's like the girls where they have like a fake back story and everything. I think that's what he's trying to go forward with with whatever he's doing. I think it's pretty cool. I've never fully gotten a read on andrew w k and never tried but he's like that level of he's like something in your field of vision that you don't want to focus on but you know it's there. Yeah he's that. I think that's like adds to the. That's what adds to my like a rg theory. Because he is that level of famous. But not too famous where you can like do really weird stuff like this. So yes yeah ashish so we are going to kind of change the format of the show for a second time and now we're the last half of the episode is going to be scary stories and questions som- from listeners. Some not probably mostly not so yeah This is where we're going to take any stories that we find interesting or either going to read a fan submissions or nonsense emissions of scary things. That have happened questions. Our first submission and this comes from e. n. t. joke. I mean you look at what was also kind enough to provide us with an image that show at the end. Thank you ian for the submission. he says if you are willing. I have a few experiences. I apologize in advance. If i have a bad format so the first story has for us first off would be might first ever encounter. It was in our last house. I remember waking up eating to use the bathroom. And i started for the door still tired but then i saw white figure leaning up against my door frame froze. It just stood there and i was completely still. I finally got the courage to back up slowly to my bed. That was terrifying. I was wide awake now. And i slowly laid back down on my bed for some reason. Remember why that soon. After i did i passed out. Even though i was wide awake the next day. I told my parents and they said it was probably from the streetlight. I was skeptical. But i decided that was a good explanation the next night it happened yet again. Definitely not a light from the streetlamp. It was like a hologram person but they had no features nothing to signify that it had closed or face. It was like a silhouette with this time. I woke up with this time. I woke up staring directly at it and then once again i was out like a light. No explanation for this one. So what do you think of. That isn't alien that's crazy. It's an alien you think so. I think it's probably alien side of the tranquilizer dart. I did know alien did yeah. I would say maybe an alien. I'm thinking alien or light from the street. I'm thinking alien for dinner tonight. Between that or chinese but i'm thinking alien isn't not like the the slogan for a restaurant. I'm thinking chilies. Isn't that one yet but it's not. I'm thinking alien it though remember. What restaurant does that has that phrase. I'm thinking dunkin is that managed to be thinking. Duncan we got out of that mystery. So what are your thoughts on in story. We've just been talking about our thoughts. Continue about it alien right number two. This one was in my current house. I always have a horrible feeling in the basement hallway and it gets worse when i'm closer to the back room. I thought i could just be my imagination but like a year after living here. I have a horrible nightmare. Felt so incredibly real. Something grabbed my ankle. Whilst in bed is that whilst or is it we'll stand whilst whilst in bed and dragged me downstairs down to the very end of hall at the edge of the back room. whatever it was. i couldn't see it. Well let go at the entrance of the room. I got up and looked into the room and there was a short lady standing at the center of the room. Her hair was floating however lake. She was underwater. I ran into the main sitting area in the basement. And i woke up. I was so thankful to be awake. My bed was wet with sweat. I try not to go near that. All i however am sitting in the bar connected to the main room sitting nope out of order words. I however am sitting in the bar connected to the main sitting room. And i keep looking over my shoulders. I read this. I feel that. Ian man there where you should probably get out of there right. Basements are bad places. I just don't think we should be putting stuff underground like that. That's that's not for us if they wanted us down there. I'm from florida. That's not natural to me that they don't have basements in like all of florida swamp well sand and swamp. It's gator down there. Let's true dignifying lived there for eighteen years and it was gated. Fucking dirt gators so far. It's i mean. I wouldn't trust basement. Yeah i would say our vice. Well they didn't ask for advice but our advice is to stay away from that baseman. Don't have a basement. that's the that's my buy a house with the baseman. I guess is what i'm saying gave. Yeah don't live in a cave bats so if you want to go ahead and read the third one. This one was at my cousin's family's house which is really old and victorian style. I wish i had a picture because it like a textbook of house. I could be wrong. But i think he did. Send me a picture. So maybe he found one. After i remember i was walking down the upstairs hall and led to their old fashioned wooden staircase with a really fancy handrail. I was walking past my aunt and uncle's room a hear whistling from inside the room. I called out to of my cousins and the whistling had stopped. He came up the stairs to where. I was and asked what i needed and i told him what happened. But we shrug it off living in that day. That's one of the house. Owners died and i learned that one of the people that lived there had died in a garden. A died in the garden from unknown causes but that afternoon we were exploring the house and went up to the attic. We need a few other cousins or joking around. When most of us saw a black figure the far end of the attic we shine a light on it and the oldest of us actually screened. I had never heard him scream before that day but when we shone a light on it it was still there. I remember it ducking behind a few boxes. We all ran to the very corner.

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2 Ghoul 4 School

08:19 min | 1 year ago

"4%" Discussed on 2 Ghoul 4 School

"Forward the two thousand four andrew w as releasing his second album and it's got mixed reviews because it's a completely different style than what he was doing before. And so it's got it gets like this weird reception But it's clear that he's trying to expand his musical. Realm you know is want to be known for just one daughter To promote the new album on december eighteenth of that same year. He does gig in elizabeth new jersey. Where he shows up on stage and steal still to this day both the audience that was there and the security that was there says it was not andrew w k on the stage. They say it was some guy dressed in all white. Who kind of looked like andrew w k but was not actually andrew w k andrew w k supposedly injured of uk performs for half of the concert for half the time he was supposed to be there and leaves and the entire concert cancelled shortly. After that. the andrew w k websites gets hacked in revealing This is all of these like little bits of information about andrew. That's almost blackmail like saying that. Andrew w k isn't a real person and it's made up persona these threatening almost blackmail like message dr show all over his website and they are all signed steve. The guy who was credited as executive producer on the first album is not too long. After andrew w k comments saying something our comments on the league saying don't believe stevie i used He says dumbly. Stevie mike and continues to say i used to call myself stevie bike. Someone is trying to confuse you and make me look bad it this really confusing way. That doesn't explain anything that what's happening and shortly after that. Andrew w k says that he's giving up on music and he wants to be a. He is focusing inward on himself in wants to go like become a motivational speaker which he does for a really long time where he'd like. There's just no buzek. From andrew w k for about two years. That's the case then in two thousand six. He's trying to release his next album. Called close calls with brick walls. He decides to go back in this returning album but something comes up this real. This legal dispute comes up and for some reason they all. They're only going to let andrew w k released in asian markets. Whatever he's asked about this by insider he just says somebody that. I used to work with the. We had a working family. Relationship with is now having career pressures in his trying to sabotage my career because of things doesn't elaborate any more than that while this completely Explainable a thing is happening where he can only release his album in the asian markets. And nobody knows why. So this is like this is just a weird confusing thing for this guy's life. It's all of these conspiracy theories i mean doesn't it seem like he would be pissed off and we wanna fight that like. I'm sure i'm sure he would want it to be available in the country's frontline thing you don't like now you don't hear anything else about it and so because of these weird things that have happened. All of these different conspiracy theories of popped up. I just want to cover three here. The most popular one seems to be that Stephen mike is not one person but a group of individuals who refer to themselves as stevie mike that comes from andrew w k himself that's what he is set on the matter so the thing the conspiracy theory is that stevie mike who was labeled as executive producer on the first album was basically a group of individuals who came together and created the persona of andrew w k and the hired an actor to play andrew w k in-form music and everything but after that actor wanted to change the sound of the music and his second album which the one that sounded that was his breakaway album from the johner he had been labeled two or then after he storms out of a out of a concert halfway through the concerts in protest. They fire him which is his hiatus after the the hiatus after the album and then rehire him in two thousand and six to release his his comeback album and they are then sued by the original actor playing andrew w k because he has some copyright two to it and through a legal dispute they can only release it in the chinese market. So that is one can seriously about it. The second another conspiracy. Is that andrew. W k is a similar thing. A idea created by a group of people but instead of it being some weird money scheme or something it is a project by dave grohl who is trying to make the most palatable lead performer in existence and some of us played by several different actors. Andrew w k is including at live shows by dave grohl. That's so fucking. It's so this is dave grohl like doing some weird art performance but there is something i want to say. There is a video of larry king interviewing andrew w k and. He asked him a question about this about precisely. Apparently this is a really common thing that andrew w k gets asked about it in the video themselves andrew w cases some wild shit i have ever heard including the thing about how stevie mike is a collection of people and not just a single individual but also a larry king asked him. Why don't you just get your dad to say. Hey this is my son. And i gave birth to him like on the phone and do that and he said i would. I think he's in the bathroom right now. Sorry what's fucking it's so bizarre. Leary's say to that he's just like like like just like he moves past it almost immediately. But you should still watch this lady that because the second time calling larry the cable this larry king almost larry david larry king interview. Because it's so fucking wild the way he just. He can't just dances like he can't just say larry the cable guy. Oh my god maybe you can do you just did. This is just like several times. Larry king gives him an easy out. Just be like hey save enough. This is real and he can't he for whatever reason maybe he likes making himself a he likes the mystery. It gives them clout. I think this is. I think this is an ar. Gee i think. Andrew w k set this all up himself and he's the main peddler of the conspiracy theory. I think i think that is like the any of this like accurate. I think that is the most likely lousy honest. I don't know what the fuck that means. He's an augmented reality game. He is like seeing all of these little clues and like the whole half on. His website was fake and that was hit in like marketing scheme. basically I i think that if any of this validity. I think that's the most likely outcome that this is all just something like a game. Where sort of like how the guerrillas have pick grill last like you're you're flying with a bunch of guerillas that no sign language and the like the plane crashes and like your last words is the rebels like speak to me gorilla.

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2 Ghoul 4 School

08:31 min | 1 year ago

"4%" Discussed on 2 Ghoul 4 School

"I don't know you're on thin ice so this is thought to be the To be a possible origin of goatman tales. That got more and more exaggerated as time went on and you know changed as they spread across the nation. You know as they do you know they kinda change based on the local landscape hence why. The lake one had scales. So i'm going to tell you about a man. A man named chess mccartney. He was a man from sigourney iowa who throughout the nineteen thirties to the nineteen eighties traveled across the united states including alma. At least one occasion he visited the area of pope lick mentioned before And he was said to have visited all fifty states at least once. He traveled across the country And he did it in a wagon pulled by team goats and you have a picture there. I'm gonna show shit. He also had a mangled arm in often dressed in goatskins and would often tell tales while camping while camping in town and he also became something of celebrity like when he would come to town and so it slot. You know like this guy would come to town and then like you know. We'll probably terrified children than they would tell their friends at school and he became known as the goat. Man i think as well it sucks so we don't have any more. Where's the weirdo. That comes into town once a week and just scarce children. He died in nineteen ninety. Royals are killing the goatman street. Would you like to see an image. Just i would love this. Oh my god he so scary. Scary also apparently claims that he's hundred and five years old. I believe him. Do you think that dude was just crazy or do you think kid you think he was on the bit no. I don't think there was a bit. This was. I think this man was kind of insane and lake goats. Just that'd be pretty cool lifestyle. I lived in a wagon. live out of wagon. Just be an urban legend. It'd be so often coal. Just make yourself in urban legend by doing some accent trick. Shit like that I mean we saw how it worked out for the man and monster house the old man. I guess he did do that. In me. That'd be a cooler one and we saw how it worked out with the old man from home loan. He went he found. Jesus oh did he remember like the last thing with him is at a church. Look good for him. We both got. We just got so focussed on looking malone killed. We just stared into each other's souls in in the reflection of jacob's is i saw the man the homo shoveling snow and dark so that was pretty cool. Actually we just shared an intimate psychedelic moment malone. Okay so my last little is that i have a recount of events. This was on like corrupted wiki dot com and this person did not have any sources of any kind. They're just like my friend. Joe says that the here we go some men had decided to have a fire in the desert and told some stories around it then. A stranger walked out of the desert and took a seat never speaking word. No one really got a good look at the stranger. One man brought up the legend of goatman causing the stranger to listen a little more closely. Go man you say you're like guys cool as fuck here. that guy go penis. Is that a brag though. No never seen one of those guys before and then it goes on to say at the end. The other men nervously laughed and the stranger sat silent. Can you imagine i would be. I would nervously laugh while packing my fucking beans and and other items into like bendel. The men decided to go back to their homes and put out the fire. They didn't have enough room for the stranger in their vehicle and figured he could hitchhike back the town. They just left when they saw something chasing after their truck afraid they sped up the creature sped up its pursuit as well when it reached the truck it flipped it over and dragged the three men off into the night. What happened to them. You ask well. They were never found now. It doesn't say it was stranger from earlier. But i think maybe he could have been released. Do not to be to be presumptuous. But i think he might have been man. So i'm gonna now pass it off to mike cutest sweater boy friend. Here's what i know about w k. I know that he is a drummer. I know that he usually wears white shirts and white pants. I know that He has a song called party hard and another in the music video. His mouth bleeds. And i know that he hosted a cartoon network show called destroy build. Destroy the scene. And i know that he follows. My mom on. Twitter is followed. By both william shatner eric and andrew w k on twitter. Yeah wild but Yeah so that's why. I know bindra a little bit like embarrassed of how much engine. He's not a real person and that is played by actor. And what do you. What do you mean you so this is. I thought this is going to make me angry. He can do that. So i i'll take you through a little bit of a little bit of history about andrew w k. He was born andrew. Andrew wilkes cryer k. r. i. e. r. andrew wilkes cryer. So that's where his name. Andrew w k comes from you decide like in the late nineties that he wants to be a a musician. He wants to be famous than in music industry. So really it was just like silence so He starts sending out records in everything he gets his big break. This is important in the early. Like earth like late two thousand early two thousand and one whenever steve grohl invites him to open for the from fighters. I'm so sorry to do. this key. Uses steve grow is that is that not who sings. It was lead singer of the players. You just spend like an hour research. Dave role fucking sixteen person. Then no i mean probably as we're probably a dachshund someone but now i can see how this came about. You thought. His name was steve. That's what dave half. And there's another name steve he gets. He gets asked dave role to open up for the from fighters against big big dave. Find them so he's just like sending out Tapes and stuff to different record labels and everything. Mr girl gets his little his little hands all over it. As like i love this shit come open for us a few months later in two thousand and one only a few months after he opened for dave grohl. His first album comes out. It's got rave reviews from the critics and it's got like the one song i know why him part hard on it the label of record the like of album. There is somebody named stephen mike who is credited as executive producer. That's going to be important so jump. Forward the two thousand four andrew w as releasing his second album and it's got mixed reviews because it's a completely different style than what he was doing before..

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2 Ghoul 4 School

12:24 min | 1 year ago

"4%" Discussed on 2 Ghoul 4 School

"Hello and welcome to to rule for small podcast where we get high and discuss all things spooky and strange. I'm nikki. I also wanted to mention that on. Tonight's episode we do have a special guest the shadow man. That's already macaroni. References are and. I'm gonna resent now do you. What do you. What do you think of the levin dead thing that she's been replaced. Yeah i mean. It's jason into my topic tonight so i get your take on it Quite frankly if we're if i'm not doing a bit i think i don't think i i think that cheese same woman or meant more like isn't that fucking crazy. People just assume that that shit happened. We'll fucking stupid. Yeah you're not wrong. But still why is they. Were going to replace one celebrity. Why would it be after levine. Not trying to dunk on her but well. Here's why he wanted now. chad kroeger. her husband has like some cia level. Like secrets is that right. need to be protected. What are they how the. I know one of the musician right yeah. I'm doing a joke. Oh i see here. You'd knew more about the conspiracy theory than i. Did you know that was a work of fiction. My said so this is the first segment of the podcast where we each bring topic and we talk about it. I think you go first. You want me to go. I appreciate you can i. Do you want me to go. Are you on third mac. Okay so in tonight's episode. I'm talking about goatman. Wait really really. I thought i was going to be the one to bring this this. the golden. yeah because you don't like him. i don't like them. That's why i thought. I should face my fears. Yeah i looked right at my google and wrote actually that is a good point a lot of the images that i saw. It looked like People maybe wanna fuck oh man like it was definitely a sexy. This was bound to surprised by this. But i am. I know if i were to look on deviant aren't i would see similar images but he'd be wearing like low cut sweatpants and he'd have ads and he'd be like laying down watching anime man. I could use a cuddle bunny. I show you an image describe it for the audience back home go men that's not. That's not irish funk band out of from her both were bad i would say both were half of a do all right so you would you like to look at the goldman. Show me. yeah he looks like it looks like sort of like a centaur situation he does. He's got volvo hair going on. That makes it have a sexual energy to it. Though i am going to go ahead and google wollemi sh- open up an incognito tab. Go man sexy. Don't want google find out about this one that looks. That looks like a redraw from hercules. Except he's fucking goat. He's not fucking ago. That guys don't actually fucking goat kid hanging out with a fucking low cuts a stoner teen man fucking v cut polo just smoking outside on his smokefree dot. Guys it is a short sleeve. Hoodie look like gb. Bit off the ends of the sleeves. He's ago and go to do that. You now that's cannon. I'm doing like enjoying man sexy. So the way i did. My research is so. Here's the thing about goldman is there's a lot of iterative golden. There's a lot of like he's been cited in. I think there is a sighting story in all fifty states. If i read correctly so at least at least no. It's not what i'm trying to say i'm just saying like he's he's not regional stuff. He's nationwide t. Mobile fucking area codes in his address book so the first area that i started with is maryland maryland. I don't know how to say it. Maryland look like you've never heard of the state of what's happening. i was just. I had to decipher it. Was my brain it's maryland. I'm pretty sure never met personnels from maryland. I'm very even heard of a person from being from maryland. Fisher thought a real place. Right convinces nikki's secret thing that she brought with her. The fact that maryland is not real so this is how the story goes in westwood. Weren't so this this. This version of go man comes from beltsville maryland specifically the beltsville agricultural research center in beltsville maryland. Which at the time was being run by steven fletcher. So here's the story goes So fletcher mixes the dna of a with that the dna of that of tall. He mixed the dna. He makes the dna goat with one of his understand. The problem here. I left a couple of my myself. Here's the i wrote. Steven fletcher mixed dna with that of a goat resulting in an abomination of an experiment. Gone wrong. i left out the part found mixed in assistance. The he likes to take notes and puzzles that she'd before you let your makes an assistance. Dna with goat resulting in an abomination of an experiment. Gone wrong. so goldman's like frankenstein. Then this iteration years and of course of course all the headlines. At the time we're just sprawled across the page goatman that loose because goldman got loose loose. He was killing people. Animals in the area go man was. That's what they said. I was on there and the center eventually denied read. Now this ever happened. Didn't all right fine. So moving on so that was maryland. Next one is kentucky. So louisville kentucky's louisville kentucky has a version of the story and they called. There's the pope lick monster. That's wild name. Why is it called that. It's a it's named for the pope lick creek. Which is where he was. Cited specifically pope creek in louisville kentucky. He was described as a large humanoid creature with greasy for pale skin wide. Set eyes and horns. You're like of course of course He used hypnosis invoice mimicking to lure victims onto a nearby railway track into the path of an oncoming train. What what's going on game if this is his methods. I'm gonna have you to walk into the train. He's an asshole. Braxton was that not clear it said that he also likes jump on top of passing trains and terrifying passengers with a bloody acts while screaming at them and lunch in. Listen you gotta have a hobby Another thing about it is that railway spoke of lourdes people onto was on a bridge and that was like the goldman bridge but so real life deaths a have occurred as a result of the goldman because people visit this railway bridge to spot goatman. And just fucking get ran over by freight trains. I guess that'd be problem. Yeah so there. Were people getting fucking mowed down by trains Despite the city erecting an eight foot tall wall to tear them. They fucking scaled the wall cookie. Will they stand go man so hard fucking love affair quickly so that was kentucky. This one is going to be unfortunate because this one kind of hits close to home. I guess texas it's texas texas coating. Yes willer alert jacobite. I live in texas. So it's This one's in fort worth texas thankfully. I don't think that's anywhere close. So their version of goatman is called the lake worth monster. He's named for if If you believe it lake worth which is where he like. I don't know owns look a like a beach front home. I'm kidding he's been cited there the first sightings were in nineteen sixty nine and he was said to have had both for and fish scales and fish. That's just his little unique thing about him. They're all different. People will learn how people there goldman they all have their own personalities and he has scales. Maybe constellation that's the show. I don't think i've seen that movie. In article was written entitled fishy man goat terrifies couples parked at lake worth and it caused mass hysteria in the area. And then after this there were claims of seeing the creature leap from a tree onto a man's car and hurled hires at people with inhuman strength. All right now the last one got is is probably my favorite version of goatman in this. Is iowa the state where no one actually lives. That's my conspiracy theory if you ever met anyone who actually lives in iowa but with a maryland. Both of those states are fake like six states. yeah all i'm saying. Is that maryland in iowa. Unfortunately they're not real. I mean haven't you been iowa exactly me neither. I don't really idaho might be real. i think. may. I don't know you're on thin ice so this is thought to be the To be a possible origin of goatman tales..

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Pod 4 Good

03:09 min | 1 year ago

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"The kids have so much fun and learning a little bit about soccer and then again like i said we're looking to launch next spring with the actual league. That's awesome it certainly seems like Fc tulsa under the new ownership group in this group of players and coaches are very focused the community which has been really cool to see from mr farmer wayne farmer and even we met the owner mr kraft's he came out. You know like there really lucy's the one. I started talking to so everybody involved team whether they're doing marketing whether to doing community whether the general manager to the coach they all are committed to it. I met all them in there. They've been great to me dylan wayne. They've all been just awesome people to to get to know. So you're in the original tells a remote cohort yes what. You moved here from california. What what job did you have when you moved here. Because you're obviously not doing their job now because we're gonna place name. We will not mentioned until they sponsor this podcast. Oh my goodness spoiler alert. yeah i don't. I was working for a company that we did business to business marketing publishing. You name it right we worked with. It people in it software engineering and the tech world. We did all. We did all those things for the mesa. Be a manager over the team. That facilitates facilitate their webinars some of their lead generation and everything that had to do with just into developing their business in working with companies all over the world on just software engineers developers. It people cybersecurity. So i was managing that team in doing that. But that's also got to working in the things that i really love and found a great job that does both at hct tin. I'm saying their name. Because that's the that's where i'm at now. I found them it in community where you're allowed to say their name. Yes i will definitely gonna talk about them because they do. Amazing things and I i. I was able to find a job that aligns with my passion. So that's what i do now. I work with bringing people instead of working with people who already. It and software managed software engineers. Now we're creating the next a force of software engineer and people who never typically have a chance. So that's that's what we do here in hoboken and that's what i'm proud to be doing here. How long after you moved here. Did you switch jobs or leave your w you had almost a year. I got here. So i got here in march of twenty nineteen. You know i started talking to Two thousand eighteen right fairly very early. One of the first people and We started a new cohort here for tober tune. We opened our doors in january of this year. So almost a year about the i switched over. How long were you in the cohort. You based sort of started to think. I could stay here. I i like. I like what you know the opportunities here in tulsa. I wanna stick around. I don't wanna go back. Yeah i would say after about a couple of months who my wife was just so happy looked at her and i was just like i'm never taking her away from this type of happiness in this type of feeling you know because we were stressed out when before we left in california we love california for the family that she she has there that we have there..

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05:07 min | 1 year ago

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"To have you thank you. Are you still. Are you still hurting. From losing. The boomtown award to dr bruce dart officer. I was very surprised. I would lose to him. You know he's since he was that day..

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04:26 min | 1 year ago

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"Off headphones you can spin and you're just like in real quick. If Devon said you should be coming back in a frame and I'll just say one. I think the phrase that were like answering like the make America great again praised by the end of whatever this area is has to go the way of saying like Zig he'll like it shouldn't do it. I like yours and Nazi salute, but to me, it's just like when I think about like voting and ensuring people are in power who are trying to make policies that make people dead. Is better to me that's what that is like cuz that's to me what the battle is too and we're looking at okay who's for what or who's against what when we look at the delineation between like two political parties or just general policymakers decision-makers were holding positions of power. It's are they willing to acquiesce a certain amount of power to benefit others and allow other people to have those seats and then also are the people making decisions trying to make policies that actually work to make people's lives better off like give them Basics like health care and food without punishing them for not being able to have money to do it themselves cuz we're just towards we just torture people for like needing help. I don't know that that's just my like I I don't like hot pot take I would just say real quick as my here's what I would do all the back out a framework just spin now like mm. Yeah I listen to Spin is great. I'm all right Q. Are you ready to answer the question now? Although I'm fascinated by lower Spin and and the Vons or rocket in this moment. So we all it's amazing. So the question is about praise make America great again, right? Well, actually I say just make it great. Yeah, so maybe just not mad that but man right choice on who you are America may not have ever been great for you. There has to be better Advocates. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah, I don't know what we could come up with a better. Yeah, cuz I can't say that make America better make America less fucked up. Thank God this point. I'll take that m a f i don't know if that'll fit. You know, it might be too much. You can fit a lot of hats and gloves football jerseys now like a fedora and it goes like all the way around we could make my doors great against. Oh, yeah. I was told you that I am proud of it took 50 minutes for this to go off the go off the rails wage more about a new podcast idea fedoras for good. Yeah. No, no save that for later something we should leave in twenty twenty four doors four doors of that ice cream. Yeah. All right. Yeah, sorry. I don't know. I think that what can make this country better is respect Thursday, I believe right that fear equals ignorance ignorance equals lack of knowledge like the knowledge equals lack of respect lack of respect home of hate and what we what we are in the midst of right now is that entire equation right off that in this very polarized world and country that we don't want to listen to one another we don't and if we don't like what you have to say, then we don't like you therefore we don't respect once you're about or who you are. So we're going to have to apply to kidnap you from the capitol take you into the woods and try put you on trial job. Cute you write, you know about that Gretchen Whitmer self. Yeah, great swimmers. I mean and those folks aren't being terrorists, right?.

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01:39 min | 1 year ago

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"Can they do that? Greg Tulsa Dot. Com Greg for Tulsa on all of the social media outlets. I think we even have take talk organizers at this point. Then that Greg for Tulsa volunteers on Facebook, I think has over a thousand folks and growing. So all of those places, we're very active in communicating with our volunteers with our supporters join in the movement the campaign we want to hear Your Voice WanNa hear how you WanNa Make Tulsa better. For. Also, well done and making sure that your signs were bigger than Coho signs. So, your lawn signs fight I can't win the hype battle with Mike. Into? What man complex and make. Larger To confuse people saw. Think so much for joining us today and hopefully after after the runoff. You are still in the running and maybe we can have you on again and we can talk more about how you make more. Equitable and vibrant place. Thank you Jessie. Thank you. Chris. Average. Thank you. Thank you all for listening to our conversation with Greg to find out more about his campaign and how you can get evolved. You can go to his website Greg for Tulsa Dot com also, there are multiple groups on facebook And check them out Greg for Tulsa Greg volunteers all of those.

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08:06 min | 1 year ago

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"People to go around for everybody and I think people like to repulse over like wall, street times they liked to read Tulsa people and I think that's great, but it's good to be able to have choice and to be able to go between different places as far as like the main like the the the news stations to television news station. I have seen a shift in how they report, and probably they know that. I an April of Ogden are reaching a lot of people. I've caught out. That's also world. A few times, and they invited me to sit on their word so. Which is like? Hey, this is probably not ideal or maybe should like bit when they're pretty good about it. They'll reach out and the editors will get me up and they'll say when you think about this town of He. That were. Race Yeah Maiden. Look at the end. And and even when it comes to so when it comes to like the television news stations they they're different because they're not krant. But. You call them out to I think it was like a few weeks ago, just before June teams and did a video. Live stream with courageous and aerial. Davis from Focus Black Oklahoma in autumn, Brown, who writes for the Wall Street Times scoreless smart. She's working on her PhD. She's going to probably get it at the end of the summer and we were just talking about. The highest bike, the third the racism that we see in the local media, and that thing I don't know it probably has over ten thousand views now, and a lot of people were were a lot of people in the media. We're talking about it and some even reached out and said. Thank you for this, do you? Do you see that as a avenue? Expand doing more video. Putting out more videos Oh Yeah. Street Times, absolutely, absolutely, we strained June team. celebration on our side kind of got behind it. But when we actually partner would be G News, which is insane like I'm like you guys WanNA partner with us. You are. But yeah. So it was great. Yeah I remember when I when I clicked on the live link and I saw that as like. Oh, they're working bt news, saying bear, little watermark, or whatever up on the up on the screen alongside years was pretty cool. Yeah since you believe that happened. I mean I. Think like that's a good. I think a microcosm. Microcosm for what the next year is going to be here until says we lead up to the hundredth year anniversary of the Tulsa. Race massacre I feel like tells a handled itself very well that week, but I mentioned. This is going to be a big year for the Black Wall Street Times, and no not that I. Want you to spoil any surprises. You have for people by like what's going into three hundred sixty five days now, obviously now less to the anniversary. Like what's what's the black whilst you times thinking about doing to sort of? Sort of remind, Tessa of it's sort of Hinz one of the tin since I should say. Yes, so we're definitely going to do more video series around just like conciliation reconciliation if that's all it and just having conversations I, don't if you've seen Jada Pinkett Smith's Red Table talker little. As, so conversations like that so Suzanne is using Schreiber in our Lantis to sit down, and we're going to do our own little video of I. Don't I don't know it might be like twenty minutes long. But it'll just be a a bunch of it'll just be a conversation. We'll probably have to have different clips and stuff and make it short, and we're just going to tell our story of. From trying to get the name change lean full to council oats. And what we went through as human beings, and how we both had our own thoughts, and how we grew from that into that our people in with the hopes of hundreds and thousands of people, seeing it and being able to have conversations with other folks. Gathering how hard you had to work to get the school's name change. What do you think about this moment? Where N, where a lot of things that had been wrong since the beginning our quickly changing like getting rid of mine uncle, Ben and the redskins are going to change their name like Eskimo. Pie What do you think happened? Is Job GonNa Change Her name yet. I don't know no okay. There are next target, but coming. We're coming for you. ESKIMO JOE's but I. We ask this of Aerial Davis and Kobe Webster yesterday another podcast recording. But what do you think is different about this moment? Why? Why is something like changing the school's name to council? Folks take years and it took it took. A couple of weeks of protests for for people to remember that Inter mine was kind of racist. Change it so I think that. Is being into its into a period of racial pontious Nece, which is, we've been eating it forever, but the. The reason why they're stepping into why we're moving into this era is because of you. Just let back to history and you think about what took place on bloody Sunday. People were visually able to see. The police. Like. Brutalizing people and letting these dogs on them in the water hoses and the. They saw that they saw children's suffering people jumping off a bridge to to save their own lives. and. Now we're able to to to to see it again and so I want I want to phrase it like this because it's really important, so there was bloody Sunday in there was a tons of other other events ever recorded in taking place, and then we just kind of had this gap. In the needle where people were, we've got civil rights as in fact, this a under March. Okay, every everybody's. Going black kids can go to any schools. They want like all of that. And of course there still. Racism that's taking place in systemically. Think about what happened. Just. Just before the mass protests all over the world. Is You, have the death of Ahmed offering which is. On Camera! You have the death of Brianna Taylor. which like? A week later as far as seeing during about what's going on in then the very next week. We have George Floyd being murdered on elevation by police officer. It happened so close together. that. The top just blew off. And I think everything kind of came out. And, so blackie aren't just protesting a will, which is stop because police are brutalizing our communities, we have a four hundred years of injustice that America has yet to really deal with, and so it's it's bigger than just police officers slamming two little black boys on the ground in North Tulsa for Jaywalking. It's four Hundred Years of receipts that have not invade. I mean it's kind of sad that had had to take like those three things happening in such quick succession for for I. Guess Parts of White. America to understand the frustration of. Black Americans, but what we do with this moment. How do we not lose it? How do we not create that gap that that happened in the sixties after the protests, and after the civil rights movement. Not to put you on the spot. Speak for all black Americans for all Americans really. Yeah. That's true so I. Think it's a it's important for. The white Americans who want to. Want to see racial unity in this country to really step forward.

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04:12 min | 1 year ago

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"Best Research estimates we actually collect data and have data now on more than ninety five percent of the total number of people killed by police in this country, going all the way back from twenty thirteen through twenty nineteen, and so that's that's huge. That means that we essentially built with the federal government failed to do which is a a nationwide database of people killed by police, and we're not the only ones since we launched our data platform mapping police violence. Violence The Washington Post launch their database of called fatal force. We've seen the Guardian Lhasa database for a couple of years called the counted. So so this is a methodology. Now that has that has become sort of an industry-wide best practice. Where now the data that that we previous two thousand fourteen fifteen organizers were demanding the federal government. Do this government still has not done it to this day, and so we had to find a way to collect it. It going even even if they were not going to so that's sort of an example of one indicator where we're able to collect data, even though the federal government isn't doing it, and then for others, you know, it is sort of a patchwork, so we get the data from public records request to police agencies. Some agencies give us the data. Some agencies don't even collect the data, and so they tell us if we don't have the data because literally there. There have been police departments pretty large police departments that have been like well. We actually don't know how many people we use tasers against last year. We just didn't collect that data. So that is like a real issue, but because there are so many police departments across the country, we can still get a good data from enough of those departments to begin doing the types of analyses to help figure out what we what types of solution should be implemented. That brings me back to the symposium in a sense because you know this year's theme is reconciliation technology neutral resources for social. Good and I remember. We were debating that phrasing because I was like when we're talking about reconciliation and race relations in America. Can we really say that technology is a neutral resource? Because I view technology as tools and people, people can misuse tools, underhand technology and data. Are are held by empower. So do you think that technology itself is a neutral tool? So you know I think that these tools can be used for good, or they can be used to create harm right, and I think we're seeing that in real time in our society at large so things like I'll give you an example for one technology digital ad targeting now we've seen an explosion in facebook ads instagram ads that are targeted using all kinds of information on user behavior user profiles to reach people..

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03:24 min | 1 year ago

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"After that I worked in New York City. My first job was at a record label in New York City. And then I got the unbelievable opportunity to go work at I tunes for. Almost a decade out in San Francisco, so I was there before there was an APP store, and after we launched apple music so old school Silicon Valley. It was a pretty amazing experience in. In two thousand and fifteen, I decided to leave apple. I loved it, but I just felt like the choices were be lifer or try something new, and I decided to try something new, and so I was working as a consultant living in San Francisco and flying down to la every week, and as attractive as that sounds, it gets tiring pretty quickly and I. Just knew that I didn't want to move away I. liked the city, but it just felt kind of. It it felt exhausting thinking about starting over in a fourth major city. Yeah, and and I honestly felt lucky. That new Tulsa was a viable option because everybody else in San Francisco was talking about Portland or Denver Austin. and. All of those cities are fantastic cities, but they're already kind of over saturated with people moving from California. And the biggest obstacle and moving to a new community is how am I going to meet people and am I going to be welcomed? And there's a perception. At least I felt it in San. Francisco that moving from Silicon Valley to Denver Austin Nashville or or Portland. I was going to be just another California. Silicon Valley tekere moving in gentrifying the community. I think what makes Tulsa so special is that it's a it's a grateful community. Welcoming community people are excited when somebody from California or New York moves here. excited to learn a excited to get them connected in supportive of them I think one of the things that has kept me in Tulsa when I had opportunities to leave is feel like in Tulsa rather different from a lot of cities is that there is a real opportunity to make tangible difference as an individual where a lot of the cities you mentioned. You you really, it's difficult to make a true difference. Whereas here you know there. We have plenty of problems you know as you said where we're generally open about about many of our issues, but there are also. A lot of very philanthropic organizations that are willing to help fund organizations that won't WanNa work on those problems, and if you dedicate time and resources to those problems, you can actually move the needle on them. And I think that can be an exciting selling point for a lot of people is actually used your. You could argue some of the weaknesses of the community, actually as a selling point to give people who want to make a difference a place where they can make a difference. I think that's incredibly insightful. The answer is yes. We are extremely lucky that this community in my opinion is one of the coolest communities I've ever lived in because there are more people per capita, actively working to make the city the place. They want to see in the future than anywhere else. And we do have a lot of things to overcome as a community, and there are plenty of foundations that are. Ready and willing to support individuals that have great ideas on how to solve that and when we are authentic and vulnerable about the.

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05:49 min | 1 year ago

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"What have I learned that Oklahoma City and Tulsa are sold separate. Oklahoma! City wants Oklahoma City money. There and Tulsa wants to us. Money here I, still don't get that. I don't get it, and because of our own Utah's. It's weird. It's weird, so I can I I'm still trying to figure that part out of you can't. But so. I'm more comfortable and I and I guess now I mean differences. I'm quite a bit recoverable. I I'd still and I understand some things better. And does I. Don't feel like I'm blind or so alone finally. Yeah, but I still believe in it strong strong strong support gas. So as your executive director. WHO's GonNa? Cries a night read. Is transferred over. I don't think he does. Speak, you know what? Young people are are. Young people are different He's thirty three years old and he has it to me. It seems like five jobs, and I I don't know how they do it, but if not well, I can tell you. I don't I wouldn't be able to you know, but the crazy is when I hired him. He Three other things opened up at same time for him. But he took all three and so far so good, but I did tell him a silicon will give you year, and I want to see, and if we'll fell in any at all, then we'll we'll. Just see them what we need to do with so far so good. If! We made tangent slightly into back into Wayman Tisdale NBA life. I've I've a couple of questions about just. You know as a sports fan, you see players getting traded and signing contracts and whatnot very rarely do everything about the families that are constantly having to move around, and so I was wondering how what was that like on you on on your children moved from Indianapolis to Sacramento and then to Phoenix. This is the funny thing. IS WOMEN GROWN UP IN OKLAHOMA? Everybody in Oklahoma loving non Wayman Tisdale didn't goingto you, so he's a hometown. Boy made good state home when? When Oh you know for football, not basketball I remember his father telling him. If you're as good as you say you are, then you'll put basketball on the map at ou, and that's exactly what he did, and I'm not. It was so very cool, so it was fun fun fun. Then we go to the Pacers, so we get there. And he he he flew in, and he called me and I remember going, he said..

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