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"76" Discussed on WGN Radio
"76. Midway 78 along the lakefront. We noticed that I haven't interrupted your newscasts at all I have, and I've been trying to give you appropriate space in order to see if you were going to chime in, and you didn't have turned over a new Leaf. We'll turn it back over. So you're going to be a nice boy. Now you want to get an A and conduct is that it? I guess so I want I want to complete focus to be on your newscast. Andy Sportscast. I don't want to take away any of what you're doing. Okay. That was a very good clip that Andy just had now on the bulls. That was cool. I'm also not paying any attention to what you're saying now, But I mean, when that's the real reason alien made that when that alien made the three pointer was that amazing? I can listen to old bowls. Clips. Yeah. Every single week. Yeah, you know, especially on Sundays. We were so conditioned during the last dance during the pandemic to, uh, get a couple of great episodes of that. That documentary. Yeah, it doesn't get old. That was the greatest. That was the greatest. A brief before I fall asleep in the chair. I was watching some of the the the box in the Nets game. It was a great game. Just thinking of what I mean it The part that I watched before I fell asleep. What kind of routine that the end is went work Got amazing because I was watching it going. Remember when Jordan and Pippen and Oh yeah. Patrick Ewing and You know all the all the nemesis? You know how exciting Pistons Pacers Knicks Lakers? Oh, yeah, great. That's fun, All right. Well, I'm glad to hear you. Another reason I may not be interrupting is clearly I have nothing to say so. Well, I was okay. I was just wondering why you haven't chimed in. But now I know. Yeah. No, I know. I'm just trying to bet for put the focus on you. Well, thank you. Thank you very much. Devoted view. Yeah, the both of you. So we're going to be prepared for something else now, So think about this, So not just think about this. In the next segment. I want to talk about famous TV and movie dads. You know, for Father's Day. I very definitely have. I think who is my favorite? I have many choices, but I think I've narrowed it down to one. What about you? T V or movie? Dad? Do you have a favorite? I've got two from the same show, Okay? You want me to tell you now, Swanee? I was waiting for Andy Dog. I just don't know if you want me to tell you now hang on to it for a second. All right? Yeah, I have. Some should have some, too. Alright. Also great. Right? Anything else? Nope. It's been fun. This is this is a little unnerving to have you actually be quiet for a change weight on the Joe. Wait a minute, I I wasn't going there..
'The Sparks Brothers': Edgar Wright Tracks the Band’s 50-Year History
"You also caught up with a new music doc. That goes into limited release this weekend. It's edgar reitz. The sparks brothers sparks is a music duo. Brothers ron and russell mail. They formed in nineteen sixty seven. Put out twenty five studio albums released between seventy one and twenty twenty. The documentary describes them as your favourite bands. favourite band. Completely new to me. Were you familiar with sparks before this. Doc adam would you think of it. Well i do want to clarify what you just said you said completely new to you. Were they truly completely new to you just as they were to me meaning before. This documentary came out before you maybe saw anything about it online. Had you ever heard of sparks or anybody referred to as the sparks brothers or ron and russell nail. Not until they were mentioned as a subject of edgar rightback. Yeah exactly so you watch this film. And i think maybe part of the measure of success in terms of whether or not right accomplish what he was trying to accomplish and whether or not. It's a good documentary. You have to answer. that question. does a band that. I've never even heard of really warrant a documentary and justify the time i'm going to put into it. And by the end you're legitimately wondering how nobody has made a movie about them before. And you're you're questioning your validity as a music fan as an arts connoisseur. You are not questioning. And i'd say even after about fifteen minutes you're not questioning their validity as artists because of the music because of the story or both both are. That's the thing you can't you can't separate them the tagline on the website. You see if you places says fifty years twenty five albums three hundred and forty five songs unlimited genius
Telegraph Fire Tops 88,000 Acres, 76% Contained
"The world in Oak Flats now heading home. The Telegraph. Fire is now 76% contained near Globe fire spokesman Dean McAllister's say, as firefighters are letting the blaze burned down at this point, did some burnout around the canal peak electronic sites in the summer homes up there. And so we have created this island of fire that now outside the main body of the fire, which is really in pretty good shape, almost 1000 personnel still at the blaze this afternoon that has burned more than 88,000 acres out. Buildings and homes. McAllister doesn't think the Telegraph Fire will merge with the Mass Cal Fire update on the most scalp fire. It's burning 12 miles southeast of Globe. It is now 85% contained it spurn more than 72,000 acres. Firefighters on the line this afternoon battling increasing winds and low humidity. It is
'In the Heights' and the New Golden Age of Musicals
"Early word about in the heights has been effusively positive in general and praising of star anthony ramos as a screen presence in particular if you get the film spotty newsletter. You already know that. This week producers. Sam wrote about seeing hints of ramos's potential in the filmed version of hamilton. So i thought we might want to start there atom to ask if this potential was realized for you in this screen adaptation of lin-manuel miranda's pre hamilton stage. Musical ramos plays whose navy de la vega twenty something new yorker. Who's taken over corner. Bodega from his late parents. But dreams of moving back to his native dominican republic. There two other main characters whom will get to but it's it's navy who introduces us to. His washington heights neighborhood in the movies. Bravura pre title sequence. Which is a chance for ramose to showcase his skills as a singer. Slash rapper as a dancer and just general screen presence
"76" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"76 going up to 82 today and mostly sunny. It's going to be a nice weekend as well. First on Friday, partly sunny and 77 this is W N. Y. C. Support for W. N. Y. C comes from Simon and Schuster. Publishers of this country. My Life in Politics and History By Chris Matthews, A panoramic portrait of post World War two America told through the story of his life and career available wherever books are sold. If you believe democracy requires a free press, your station is w. N. Y. C. 93.9 FM and am a 20 NPR News and the New York conversation. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Dave Mattingly. President Biden is in Europe ahead of this week's G seven summit, NPR's Asma Khalid says. Biden is scheduled to meet today with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson in Cornwall, England. Boris Johnson was seen to be quite chummy with Biden's predecessor, Donald Trump. And at one point during the 2020 presidential campaign, Biden referred to Johnson as a quote, physical and emotional clone of Trump. But Johnson was quick to congratulate Biden after the November election, and Biden's advisers said the two leaders have had a series of warm and constructive conversations leading up to this trip. Two men are expected to discuss a range of issues including trade tension in Northern Ireland, climate change and, of course, recovering from the pandemic. Separately today, Biden will also announced that the United States is buying 500 million additional covid vaccine doses to distribute to poorer countries. Asma Khalid NPR News The G seven begins tomorrow. Afterwards, Biden will travel to Brussels to attend NATO and European Union meetings before he sits down with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Geneva. The Canadian company behind the Keystone XL.
"76" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
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"76" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"76 degrees in Boston at six o'clock. Good evening. I'm Madison Rogers. And here's what's happening. President Biden, speaking this afternoon in Tulsa, Oklahoma, marking 100 years since one of the most horrific racist acts in American history. Over the course of two days, white mobs nearly reducing the black neighborhood of Greenwood to rubble. The White House says President Biden traveled to Tulsa to shine a light on the massacre that took place here 100 years ago, He met privately with the three surviving members of the Greenwood community who lived through the events in 1921. After that meeting, he delivered remarks and spoke about What this moment means to the nation's history. And what can be learned from it. We should know, but good. The bad everything. That's what great nations do. Karen Travers, ABC News traveling with the president in Tulsa, Cambridge based modernized now seeking full FDA approval for their covert vaccine. Madonna has just joined the Fizer vaccines makers and seeking full FDA clearance for its covert vaccine. Madonna has said it's vaccine continues to show strong protection six months after a second injection with efficacy of more than 90% against all cases of covert 19 and more than 95% protection against Veer illness. Now that the cove it emergency is waiting. The vaccine makers are moving to get their emergency authorization made full and permanent. Vicki Barker CBS News to New Hampshire School District's now being sued over their mask mandates. That's Bedford and Hollis Brookline. Both suits came from attorney Robert Foe. Ho was also a plaintiff. In one of the cases. A dad of three kids in Bedford schools experience a lot of stress, you know, in remembering to bring their masks and she would be socially distance and In school from their friends, And then there were mass while they interact their classmates. They want to be free of this mass requirement. Suits are based on a New Hampshire law banning restraints that restrict Children's breathing boho seeking an emergency injunction from the courts that would prevent schools from enforcing mask mandates. Effective immediately, the CDC does continue to recommend that schools require masks until the end of the school year. The Watertown police officer who became a national hero when he took down one of the Boston Marathon Bombers is calling it a career. Austin Sergeant Jeff Pugilist just turned 65 I spent more than four decades is an officer he tackled. Tamerlan's are never on the night of the shootout in Watertown in 2013, Here's pugilist recounting that night, exchanging gunfire. Has gone now, you know, ran out of ammunition, but at the time I didn't think jammed, ran out. And he stopped looked at me. We made eye contact, and then he threw the gun at me and hit me in the shoulder with it, And then he took off running towards the other police officers, and that's when I hold stood up and chase that from a tackle them. At his final roll call yesterday. Actor J. K. Simmons, who played pugilists in the movie, Patriots Day sent a taped message of congratulations. The wounds socks with an incentive to get more people vaccinated details on that coming up. Next. It is 603 traffic and weather together. Super retailers of New England all wheel drive. Traffic on the threes and we go to my king. Good evening, Mike. Good evening. Madison. Yeah, You know, we've got a busy afternoon rush to deal with here. The South bound Express way isn't much better. It is Stop and go from the only old tunnel to South Bay. Ah, little after Bryant have right down to rid 24 as well. Now north on coming in. That's a different story. It's just low passing over Neponset Circle. Through three South Has the familiar stopping go coming off the expressway in down past Union Street to 1 28. South is better coming down through need him and dead and we're back up to speed there. 95 South. Different story. It is tough from 1 28 down past Neponset Street. That's about four miles coming down through Canton, Norwood. Up to the North won 28 North is slow for a Mylar. So a past Washington street and 93 in Woburn, 93. North is good up to the New Hampshire line. Route one North Bounds backed up a little bit getting by route 60 and revere. But you're back up to speed after that. Downtown Storrow Drive inbound a real struggle for mass having delivered Circle Memorial Drive in bounds back there. The Longfellow Bridge with the lower deck and the Tobin Bridger finds overall, the airport tunnels and the mass turnpikes back up to speed too. My king Deputy Busiest traffic on the threes.
Man Tackled, Banned After Running on Court During Wizards-Sixers Game
"The Wizards are gonna win this thing, it will be by the skin of their teeth were under three minutes to go. Dimitri and the Wizards. Now with 1 10 109 lead over the visiting 76 years of Philadelphia. This is game for MBA playoff series Round one Wizards down three games to none. So they gotta win or their season is over big production from Bradley Bill. He's got 26 points despite shooting three of 18 Russell Westbrook's got 16 points. 12 assists, 18 rebounds, dollars per tans and 15 points before he had to leave because of a calf strain. Six Your star player Joel and be left in the first quarter with the knee issue and knee injury and he hasn't played all game He's been out and the wizard trying to take full advantage again. 1 10 1092 28 left. In the fourth quarter. Philadelphia's up three games to none in this series, unfortunate incident earlier in the game of Fan tried to run onto the court was tackled by security. The word is this fan. It will be banned forever from Capital One arena and now is facing charges by D. C. Police
"76" Discussed on WTOP
"76 Good morning. I'm Joan Jones. And I'm Bruce Allen with the top local stories. We're following this hour. It is the start of the Memorial Day weekend, and as many of us hit the road or head of the airports, the slow and steady returned to normal continues. One indication that the worst is behind us covert restrictions being lifted today across most of the region as we hear from W. T. O P s Nick I Anneli, while most of Maryland has already been fully reopened, that hasn't been the case in Prince Georges and Montgomery County's, but that's changing. Now. Prince George's County executive, Angela also, Brooke says the county's indoor mask mandate ends today at five p.m.. This move will put us in line with the state's mask guidelines. County, lifting all restrictions and Virginia also doing away with all restrictions, including capacity limits indoors and social distancing requirements. Nick I. Nelly w T o P News The weekend. Weather is really not going to be all that great, but that's not keeping hundreds of thousands of people from heading to the beach. Wtl peace. John Doman is at the Bay Bridge this morning. He's watching the building traffic pandemic when overall traffic numbers were down, impaired driving and fatal crashes didn't really decline as more people acted more recklessly behind the wheel, So you better believe you'll see lots of cops on the highways this weekend, looking for speeders and other hazardous behavior here along route 50.
Avalanches in the French Alps Leave 7 People Dead
"Day of the mountains turns deadly in France. Local authorities say two separate avalanches in the French Alps killed seven people. The first avalanche took place around noon Saturday in the area of the story Ski resort and killed four hikers between the ages of 42 76 3 People died in a second afternoon Avalanche
Former U.S. Vice President Walter Mondale Dies at 93
"Civil rights advocate and former vice president Walter Mondale dies and I am proud. Go to Washington. Mondale twice winning reelection to the Senate, then in 76. When Georgia Governor Jimmy Carter captured the Democratic presidential nomination, Mondale got a call. We had a talk about what he Had in mind. And so the grits and French ticket was born. The Carter Mondale administration would face for extremely difficult years. Tough times paved the way for Republican challenger Ronald Reagan to win the White House in 1980 bucks is Mike Tobin. Mr Mondale died at 93 at home in
"76" Discussed on Z104
"76 year old was he when he's welcome to a brand New week? It's Monday, April 19th Nick actually, in shag with you. Hey, everybody! Hello. Oh, let me get this out. You're quick because it's kind of important over military Circle Mall in Africa Free vaccines given out you can call. I think they do accept walk ins, but it's better if you make Appointment. So call 1877 vax in V A. That's 1877 vax bx in via. That's what you call, Okay, So if you wanna get that done, all right, Partly cloudy and afternoon showers today. Hi, Veron. 67 word 56 right now. Everybody have a good weekend. Yeah, man. Yeah, I got a pimple down, not ruin that. Ah, blind pimple. Let that blood blind people supplying. It doesn't know where it's going. No, it's very deep man. It's so bad. I feel like there's a marble under my school. We need to do surgery like a bonus girl. I will do what Terminator did in the first Terminator with the scalpel in his eye. There you go. I would give something and he lived. He did through several Sequels up, okay? Coming up in 20 minutes to Daisy on the scene. What do you got over there? Pimply. You're the one who said so. We have to talk about the Oscars. They have a plan to get you to watch Monday. Monday thing. It's a sec. I've never watching that. You know, sometimes when you forget you're on the air my bag. I have a great new resting. I'm never eating that I love the Oscars. Can't wait. Sure, Ugo. Also, we're going to talk. But I am I here. I don't know. We're gonna talk about ladies. We're gonna talk about shaving and not your legs. And I'm not your naughty parts. Not your typical shaving spot. No. And we're also gonna talk about chlorophyll water something you brought last week and was like, Hey, Have you heard about this chloroform water, and I was like Bora, Phil, I got Maura fell over you're talking about who knows what So that's coming up to sold out everywhere. Is it? Yes. Okay, we'll talk about it. Let's go outside, too. But first phone scam time I loved this. Once came Ashley did it on a woman who was kind of shocked when she brought her husband to a P T a meeting and told her friend the way they were looking at my husband like he was fresh meat or something. And I guess a lot of the other moms were flirting with him. She did not like that. So the husband found out that she was not happy about it. We decided Get him involved on this phone, scared to.
Toxic wastewater reservoir in Florida on brink of collapse
"Parts of florida remain under a state of emergency tonight. A reservoir in the tampa bay area is on the brink of collapse manatee county florida officials say the wastewater pond has the potential to unleash a twenty foot wall of toxic water over hundreds of nearby homes. Nbc news correspondent. Sam brock is on the ground in florida. And has the latest sam tonight. Disaster hanging over hundreds of florida homeowners. It's catastrophic then. We're dealing with this situation. That should have never ever happened. Crews rushing to pump wastewater from a leaky reservoir into the gulf concerned it could burst at any moment unleashing. Three hundred million gallons of contaminated water to homes and businesses the reservoir. Let's go and it puts enough force that dimopoulos home and removes it from. Its foundation scares the daylights out of me today. Concerns of a second breach ultimately proved to be a false alarm in a reservoir already gushing saltwater mixed with nitrogen and ammonia officials say it is not radioactive more than three hundred or in the evacuation center. One hundred forty in this area alone has he can tell from all the cars residents telling me half the people in them aren't leaving
A highlight from Episode 76 Juana Barraza and Past Lives With a Martian Twist
"A way you put it that way. Someone's invading your back door now. They're trying your front door of our my front doors open to go ahead printer hoop and yeah talk just upper front door open. Would you like it in the australian vice. Chancellor dr open. That was an australia without door. Close back door is never open back. Door bolted shut the fuck out. You're welcome have a nice day free breach. Do we got try to make you laugh to team. Which isn't going to make me do it. Worse tried make me. I know you're not supposed to laugh more when that it. Don't scratch your church. Yeah oh my god. So can i just say one time i was in church and an the front pews and i think it was with my mother-in-law sta and my sister in law and we were laughing so hard because this man kept pacing back in ford and his pants were wedged back. Birds watched and the greg of is. But i could not control myself. It was the funniest damn thing. Ever his butt cheeks were paperclips room time. Yes and everytime he'd walk and then you know clinch you could see when it's funny that the most inappropriate things. Yeah in church injured all the time we used to. Oh my god me and my friends my friend can would just turn around. Look at me. And i'd be like without during a funeral it has happened at has wherever it was me. My sisters we're in colorado. I'm pretty sure we were there for a funeral and all got the giggles and it was the most inappropriate time. The timing was bad. yeah it was awful. I thought we were gonna get in trouble so when time okay. I've already told you the whole thing so we have like these assemblies we have they have these assemblies like every year. So we drive to tucson four days at a time. We're in this assembly. It's a really huge like auditorium. This guy sitting in front of us. She's already board. yeah she's already snowing. She's like i find no humor in what you're talking about. So i have my legs across crossed in this direction and my sister has hers opposite direction and her foot is underway for and i'm wearing high heels and pantyhose teams day when we had to penny off with everything else frigging. Joe lie insane
Inside job: Michigan goes to the paint to top FSU 76-58
"The Michigan Wolverines flex their one seed status with a convincing win over the number four Florida state Seminoles seventy six fifty eight in the NC double a east regional semifinal Michigan had four players finish in double digits in scoring Brandon Johns junior hunter Dickinson each had fourteen Franz Wagner three don't thirteen and Johnny brown had twelve off the bench in route to the victory in an effort to keep up with Walgreens office of onslaught Florida state struggle from the arc missing their first nine before finally hitting five of their last eleven Michigan becomes the third number one seed to advance to the elite eight I'm German takeover
Lakers Fall To 76ers As Buyout Market Heats Up
"Fall to the 76ers and the game that ended up being closer than we thought it would be at least at the start of the fourth quarter. Anyway, they do battle back looks like they might make a game of it. But then of course our old friend Danny Green decided this was the night that he was going to make all of the threes. Where was that last season? Danny Green, he just went berserk could not miss tonight and the Lakers do wind up dropping yet another game the slide without LeBron James and Anthony Davis continues, but we're going to break one down. We're also talked about the the buyout Market coming up some players. The Lakers could be targeting tonight. Join me is Ron government from lakersnation.com Ron. How are you doing, man? I'm doing all right, really hoping to do one of these post game shows with a win where we can talk about how great things were without LeBron and AD that'll have to wait for another night. I think God. Yeah. Yeah, unfortunately that is going to be another night. And you know, well this game was going on. I was thinking this is a winnable game. Like I had pegged this one as a loss on the Lakers wreck when I saw the 76 but then when I saw the line up since the Seventy Sixers had out there I thought there's no reason why the Lakers shouldn't be competing with this team and ultimately it came down to one really really really bad quarter. I've killed the lady. That was the third when the Seventy Sixers were just raining threes. The Lakers were just raining turnovers and that pretty much ended the game. Otherwise they were right there, but we've talked about a bunch this team would know LeBron James Davis. There is zero margin for error. You can't have a quarter like they did in the third and expect to win the game and that's that's certainly what happened here tonight. Yeah, when you don't have LeBron and maybe it's not even a quarter. You can't have a bad 4-minute stretch and survive it. that was I mean one of the worst quarters of the Season off of the worst quarters in a couple Seasons, if we're being honest that was really really bad no stats to confirm this but we both thought that they had more turnovers than shots made. So that's not great.
UK relaxes restrictions and extends emergency coronavirus powers by 6 months
"Burst Johnson's plan to slowly bring the country out of lockdown has won parliamentary backing. Bloomberg's Charles Cable says it comes despite some vocal opposition from the prime minister's own party. Under the plan, the country will slowly ease coronavirus restrictions, with the first significant reopening in just over two weeks on the possibility of all social distancing rules lifting on June the 21st It was voted through the House of Commons by 484 votes to 76, also extending the government's emergency powers. But some members of the prime minister's own party opposed the measures, arguing against the continued restrictions on civil liberties on expressing concern about the economic impact off lockdown. In London, Charles Cable, Bloomberg Daybreak Europe.
AstraZeneca confirms strong vaccine protection after US rift
"Insists its Corona virus vaccine provides strong protection After reviewing more data from a U. S study, the AP Soccer Madani has the story. It's the latest step in an extraordinary public rift with American officials. Earlier this week, AstraZeneca reported the vaccine 79% effective in preventing symptomatic cove in 19. Hoping the results would rebuild confidence in the vaccine after a rocky rollout. But in an unusual step, the independent panel overseeing the study accused the drug maker of cherry picking the results by leaving out some coded 19 cases. AstraZeneca says A further review concludes the vaccines 76% effective yesterday, Dr Anthony Fauci said. It'll all work out. Once independent federal regulators get their own look at the data. Hopefully that will dispel any hesitancy that was associated with this little bump in the road. Soccer MAHOGANY Washington President Biden's
AstraZeneca Releases Updated Covid-19 Vaccine Data Showing 76% Efficacy
"This was seriously weird. Turn of events for astrazeneca. This week monday morning. We got the highly anticipated face. The results from its. Us trials seventy nine percent efficacy which came in better than expected but later that night at about midnight dr found institute released a statement saying the oversight board said those were data so now astrazeneca has given us the updated results just two days later and the numbers. They really didn't change too much now. Seventy six percent overall efficacy against symptomatic disease the efficacy against severe disease state and one hundred percent in people over sixty five and actually went up five points to eighty five percent and they did have a lot more cases to count here one hundred ninety as of today's results including eight severe cases strengthening that finding from one hundred forty one and five severe cases on monday. Guys how to folks looking at this after seeing kind of rollercoaster. We've seen this week and just saying the vaccine looks good. But the communications have just been awful. Dr not had bedell tweeting quote at this point. I'll just wait for the fda submission packet just to avoid any more roller coaster rides and a guys. A lot of people will be looking forward to seeing those data when astra zeneca files which they had said would be in the first half of april with the fda then three weeks later we should see fda's analysis of those data and we'll get to look at all of it itself but this has just been a weird ride made even more weird by the fact that these updated data didn't really change that
AstraZeneca confirms strong vaccine protection after US rift
"A drug maker has revised the efficacy of its U. S. Covert 19 vaccine trial results, Let's get more, AstraZeneca says It's Corona virus vaccine is 76%, effective against symptomatic illness down from 79% reported earlier but the drugmaker insists that still strongly effective. The revision comes after a disputed study and concerns that the company may have used outdated trial data. Data disputes in the world of science typically remain confidential. But the National Institutes of Health publicly called on AstraZeneca to fix and explain the
AstraZeneca Releases Updated Vaccine Data Showing 76% Efficacy
"AstraZeneca has updated the data about its covert 19 vaccine after criticism that its previous statement was based on incomplete information. The update still finds that the shot is safe and
AstraZeneca accused of cherry-picking vaccine study data
"Says it's re calculated data from its disputed study and concludes its vaccine is 76% effective in preventing symptomatic Cove in 19. Instead of the 79%, as it had claimed earlier in the week and independent panel that oversees the study had accused AstraZeneca of cherry picking data about the protection offered by its vaccine.
AstraZeneca updates report, insists COVID vaccine highly effective
"AstraZeneca counted additional illnesses left out of its disputed US safety study. The updated numbers show the covert vaccine candidate is 76% effective against symptomatic disease instead of the 79%. AstraZeneca claimed earlier in the week
AstraZeneca COVID vaccine 76% effective
"That information from AstraZeneca about its covert 19 vaccine was based on outdated data, the company Wednesday released additional information. The new data includes more covert cases, and the company says it shows the vaccine to be 76% effective against Cove in 19 that's similar to the
"76" Discussed on 990 The Answer
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"76" Discussed on Darknet Diaries
"Security Community was pretty skeptical I. Everyone wanted to see what was in the dump but hold security when it revealed this data to anyone later, hold security announced that for one hundred and twenty dollars fee, they would tell companies whether the dump included credentials from their websites. So with hold security claiming they had one of the largest dumps ever and not sharing it with anyone except a few people who pay to search for their own names, it was just a little hard to trust. Alex Holden, the CEO of hold security was interviewed by Forbes. This is what he said. Let me try to clear up the criticisms here. There are two different pieces as possible. First of all, we have one point, two billion credentials that won't do. About half a billion email addresses. yicky addresses. And these are the individuals who entrusted their credentials do different web services website and These credentials were stored on those websites and fortunately through no wrongdoing on vigil side these this information had been. Stolen by the hackers. So these individuals, the ultimate victims in this particular. Later hold security released a summary report of the dump. They said, the dump was from four hundred and twenty thousand different websites that had been breached some of which were fortune five, hundred companies. The report listed some of the companies that were breached and they called the group that stole this data cyber war, which means cyberthief in Russian. Four, hundred and twenty thousand websites is a huge proportion of the entire World Wide Web. So at this point, even I think this dumped sounds a bit ridiculous to me because it just doesn't add up. But let's switch gears for a second imagine your part of a it security team. At the J. P. Morgan Chase Bank you work for the biggest bank in the US and the sixth biggest bank in the world. Your Bank pretty much dominates the financial sector in terms of investments and banking. Imagine you're one of J.. P. Morgan Chases two hundred and fifty thousand employees scattered across one hundred and seventy one offices in thirty nine different countries. Imagine you're part of the team that's responsible for protecting data in this bank, which has an annual revenue of one hundred and fifteen billion dollars which about ten billion is spent on tech and two hundred and fifty million dollars. A year is spent on cybersecurity. There's about one thousand people working with you in the IT security team at J. P. Morgan Chase. Now I'm not sure if any company spends more money on security then J. P. Morgan Chase, but either way they aren't messing around when it comes to protecting their networks. So if you were on the IT security team of J. P. Morgan, chase, and you saw that hold security released a summary report. Would you take a look to see which companies had been breached? Of course you do. It doesn't matter if it's real or not. Your company is spending every dollar can't do everything to protect the network. You'd definitely be looking at this report. You'd be looking at every report that might have anything to do with JP Morgan Chase is it security? That's just what happened in it. Security analyst at J. P. Morgan Chase did read hold securities report in it. Hold security claim the website for charity race sponsored by J. P. Morgan called corporate challenge was breached. This site had been used by JP Morgan employees to register for the race. It was hosted by a company called Simcoe data systems. As it happened Simcoe data systems was also mentioned in the whole security report it claimed that Simcoe had been breached to. So if J. P. Morgan Chase employees were registering at that site, then it's possible. Their data was stolen and this caused the IT security analysts at J. P. Morgan Chase to look into the so little more. So the security team at J.P P. Morgan Chase contacted Simcoe data systems to investigate the claims made by hold security. Simcoe data doug around their network logs end confirmed that the Corporate Challenge website was hacked and breached. The hackers had stolen an SSL certificate from the site and the hack was executed through a few Ip addresses that had been creeping around the network without any legitimate reason to be there. To texts from the GP Morgan Chase Office in Columbus Ohio went over to Simcoe data systems office in. Michigan. To get copies of any forensic data the could find. They wanted to know exactly what had been stolen an understand the indicators of compromise. As the J., P. Morgan Chase security team was collecting data from Simcoe. They were using this data including Ip addresses to search their own logs for any similar activity. They were looking for any trace of a breach in any sign of activity from the IP addresses associated with the Simcoe data-breach and sure enough found the same eleven ip addresses that had been used to execute the simcoe breach had also been used to attack. J.? P. Morgan. Chase. What's more some of these attacks against P. Morgan Chase had been successful. The biggest bank in America had been hacked and they never even knew what happened. At, this point J., P. Morgan Chase contact the FBI, and handed over these IP addresses to the financial services. Information Sharing Analysis Center. This is an organization that circulates this kind of data to banks and financial institutes can check whether they have been breached up. Until this point J. P. Morgan Chase had kept his whole situation under wraps while they were working to figure out what was going on. But this kind of breach is a huge deal and they weren't going to be able to keep quiet about this for a long. We don't know exactly how the hackers jumped from the charity's website into the bank servers but I've got a few theories I. It's possible that the hacker gained access to this corporate challenge charity site how possibly by hacking through Simcoe data systems, which was the hosting provider for the Corporate Challenge Charity Site. So of the hosting provider got hacked, the hackers would have access to the back end of all the other websites that hosting provider hosts. So. If they got into the corporate challenge website that way they could have access the credentials for all the GP Morgan employees they were registering on the site. And maybe some of those username and passwords we're the same user names and passwords used to log into. G., P., Morgan chases network. This kind of tactic would likely work because. So many people reuse passwords on multiple sites any JP Morgan employees who used their JP Morgan Network Password, on another site would have made their network vulnerable for this kind of attack. So that's one theory. The other is that this hacker crew might have targeted and it Admin at J. P. Morgan, chase through spearfishing or some other attack that got them remote access into the admins computer. NFL Hacker was able to do that. They'd be able to steal that it admins network credentials and do whatever they want from there. Either way what we know is that this hacker group did have a valid log in to a GP Morgan Server with that, they were able to get past a huge front case of the Super Secure J.. P. Morgan Chase Network. But once they got past the front gates, they still needed to figure out where to go. It's as if they broke into a bank but didn't know where the safe was they were just wondering through the network and they had an actually gained access to anything valuable yet. There was an old server that the bank used to manage employee benefits data. It was still running just not views very often see there's two hundred and fifty thousand employees at J. P. Morgan Chase, and they're using about a half, a million computers in this network it's not easy for such a large company to manage half a million computers, and in this case, the employee benefits server had been neglected. It was updated with the latest security patches and features, and it wasn't set up for two factor authentication, which would have required users to enter a time sensitive token code with their password to get in. The hackers discovered this server on the network used their stolen credentials to log in. This is a perfect example of when two factor authentication probably would've stopped these hackers from getting any further into the network. Anyway once a skilled hacker establishes access to a network, they're gonNA, want to create persistent connection and elevate their privileges. They'll need a persistent connection in case connection gets dropped. Then they have a guaranteed way to get back into net server to the hackers. Created. A back door into the JP Morgan.
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"76" Discussed on SciShow Tangents
"What is the world's smallest full grown tree species? Well it's exactly thirteen feet. Tall is what I learned some kind of bonds. Oh yeah centuries are definitely trees because of how that's right there in the word and you look at it and say that's a tree. This question is actually deceptively very tricky because unlike saying like the blue whales the biggest species from smallest full grown tree species makes me want to ask lots of questions like naturally full grown. I feel like that's what the question is getting at and Banzai. Aren't naturally that big like they're not selectively bred to be small. They're just a big tree species that is pruned and shapes and like carefully manipulated into iron. Which is a miniature tree so technically yes? If you count that as like a full grown tree in that it looks like a mature tree and could probably propagate more through cuttings. Were through something else. But that has a lot of human influence without human influence and just natural influence there are things called pygmy forests and there are some in California and then there are some in the Philippines. They're all over the world and it's where the soil is poor enough so usually this means really low water retention and really acidic the. It's just a horrible place to live as an so trees grow really slowly and are essentially stunted and their growth as you have under these pygmy variations of the same trees that are only five or six feet tall and people can walk through and be above the tree line because the soil is so poor that they're struggling to grow and those are naturally there's are grown to the best of their capacity but if they were somewhere else they would be big right. Yeah but if there's somewhere else there'd be big now if you think of a tree living where it can and then growing to its maximum height some people think that the Dwarf Willow Salix. Urban area is the smallest tree in the world because it can grow one to six centimeters in height. And so that's like very very short definitely below the thirteen feet definition but other people look at it. How is it a tree? That's the thing people who were like. It's a woody like has sometimes has a singular stem. That's basically a trunk but then other people are just like that is. It's a shrub pitches a woody shrub and there's no way. I'm accepting that as a tree. This dwarf willow is part of a genus of plants called salix which as a group have both shrubs like sprawling branching woody shrubs and willow trees the characteristic by a pond trump goes up long strands. Come down and so there are some people who are like. This is more like a tree than a shrub and then there are other people like no. It obviously fits in shrub category. So it's either tree or shrub because it is a willow and people are like but it only has one trunk so I guess it's a tree Chevrolet money money in the water this whole situation but the plants are confusing. I feel like trump is when there are multiple branches instead of a single trunk like close to the ground or out of the ground there are potentially lots of little branches wanted to give a shout out to the word shrub which is great. This is really good but yeah so. This is a really long and sprawling answer to say. I don't really know there are other trees that are between like four to six feet tall so a Japanese maples can grow naturally about that big before they just level off and there are a couple other tree species like that that fully grown. They just sort of level off at six feet. Don't know why they're sort of happy there. Yeah that's what I did. If you WANNA ask your question to the science couch you can follow us on twitter at sideshow tangents where we tweet out topics for upcoming episodes every week. Thank you to Paul. Plays Games too at pretty empty and everybody else who tweeted. Us Your questions. This episode final scores. I'm tied with Sam with Zero Stephan tied for the lean with one samba. Which means that Sarah is still in the lead and now Sam Year in third I am in last. Yeah I kind of needed a.
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"Off everybody. Samba TOTALS SARRY has zero. Sam Has Zero. I have negative one and Stephan is in the lead with positive one because we were all. We were all punished for our earlier conversations. Now get ready for the fact off to panelists have brought science facts to present in an attempted to blow their minds each of the present. T's have a Sam Buck to award the fact that they liked the most and we will decide who goes first. Is it going to be sterry. Or is it me with a trivia question? Who's got that question? A tree named hyperion was discovered in two thousand six and is considered the tallest tree on earth. How tall is it? What unit do we have to give our answers guests in meters to two decimal places? Oh all right one hundred and thirty seven point. Eight six meters. I will say one hundred point zero zero meters. Hank wins but barely. The answer was directly in between one hundred fifteen point eight five meters. The decimals right. Yes who you should get extra points for that but you so I guess it's time for me to go. I do you guys want to hear about a tree and Oh okay a couple of years ago to professors from Auckland University of Technology where hike in around New Zealand. When they saw something that I wouldn't think would-be surprising it was the stump of a tree down to me that would look like a dead stump but to them. It did not even though it did not have other foliage it was not able to photosynthesis. They were not normal people. They were ecologists and so they looked closer and they could tell that the stump was alive now living tree stumps have been observed before so. It's a dead tree. No branches no leaves but it is alive and it is not clear how they survive. So these Auckland. Ecologists decided to investigate how this works by attaching sensors that measured the movement of water and sap through the stump but also through its to nearest living tree neighbors and they found that during the day. The big living trees were moving. Lots of water and sap around as you would expect. The stump wasn't moving stuff around but during the night time that switched the stump would take in water and sap while the the living trees had less activity now researchers know about these underground networks that connect trees through symbiotic. Fungi which we already talked about. Because it's awesome. I like to call these. Networks the worldwide Web. You could also call it the micro. Rizal fungi networks or something but they share nutrients they share carbon. They also share information between trees. Trees will know things that are gathered like information gathered by other trees but this hydraulic connection that the researchers found is weird. Because it's not clear like what the living trees are getting out of this so now. They're not doing it when the when the trees are photosynthesis but like the trees appear to be keeping the stump alive. Now this might be that this dump just grafted onto the other tree roots and then when it died it just hung there a lazy tree vampire war. Maybe this dump serves some kind of connection as part of this like super organism that protects all of them from you know possible threats or droughts or something. I think that it's a lazy vampire but this other theory is much more beautiful now. It's like a tree hospital but we our stumps. At what point is the tree dead? If you cut it down right then the stump would still be alive. But if this dump doesn't have any way of photosynthesis the stump would theoretically you would think diaper unless it's Intrigue Hospital have a bunch of nutrients stored in the roots that it could try to like. Make another go of it which they often do but if that but if that fails than it is just a stump again. Here's a dumb question. If you're a tree leaves any have roots mar both of them giving you nutrients in a different way and you need both those different kind of nutrients. Here's the rough like understanding of what's going on a lot of transpiration so there's photosynthesis happening and leaves and there. There's also like water. Evaporating under the leaves that evaporation is what draws nutrients through the whole tree. So those water and stuff that it gets from the the roots has to be then drawn up through the whole tree and photosynthesis can't happen without that water. Okay so yes. They are both necessary. You can't have tree without some way of getting nutrients and water and you can't have tree without some way of synthesizing that right that stuff unless you're lazy Vampire Trie. Yeah 'cause it's like it's still alive but it. It's just like taking nutrients from other trees in my cursory reading of it. For my fact fact the people that they're interviewing we're talking about looking at what the fungus getting out of it instead of what the trees are getting out of it And like it seems like the trees are being nice to each other but really the fungus have just like too much to gain to let at any of the trees die. I don't know exactly how the fund fungus are benefiting except that. I think that they get some stuff from the tree roots. Yeah and I guess he can't go above ground and look at the cut down tree and be like. Oh this one's cut down. We can't help this one anymore. It's a vampire tree just like well. There are these roots here and they have not actually dug up the tree roots to see how they're grafted together said so. They're only looking at like what's happening based on like flow of snow water and sap. Do you know what information like other than like just nutrients is being shared like you said. The trees are learning things and then sharing the knowledge like a tree library. Yeah this is the thing that I have heard people who know what they're talking about. Tell say and so they but I do not know what what it is if it's just like this found some water or if it's like a fern gully situation where the trees are talking to each other about the but timber harvest Size that they can pass alert fair moans to each other that makes sense because other plants do that too when grass is cut the smell of freshly cut grass. I think is an alarm Ramon Mon. That's like We're being cut. The grass can like get up and run or anything preparing you Taylor for the inevitable. Prepare you too will die okay. So we got my vampire trees okay. So my fact is actually sort of similar but with a different ending. Redwood trees in the genus sequoia are known for being super old super giant. Evergreen Trees Some that are even eight or nine meters diameter. They grow in places like along the coast of California in the US ambassador forests and can sprout in several different ways like from seeds or growing from the stumps roots of apparent tree and tucked into these forest of giant trees are ghost redwoods which only exist in the numbers of like tens or a few hundred around the world and ghost redwoods only grow from a few inches to a couple meters tall. Because they're albino and for plants that's basically a death sentence because their pigment chlorophyll is. What makes them green and allows them to photosynthesis so these ghost redwoods can't photosynthesis have waxy needles? Week would slow growth and are basically parasites since they have to grow from parental trunk and get all their nutrients from the still photosynthesis parent tree. It doesn't seem very evolutionary leave favorable to support at energy sucking small ghost tree and sometimes these ghosts trees do starve to death but they always grow back afterward. Does that how it was not what happens when I starved to death. They starve to death but the death sairy to almost death that a back to nothing and then they go won't. Here's a new ghost street. Is it a new? I duNNo. It happens infrequently enough that it could just be the same mutation growing from the same spot like recedes to a little nub and then re gross but they could provide a different kind of protection in two thousand thirteen a PhD student from Colorado State University. Tested the green needles of a redwood and the white needles of an albino redwood for their chemical composition and found that be ghost redwoods had more than twice the concentrations of toxic heavy metals. The green ones so they acted as a sort of like safe for these toxins and sequestered them away as a protective measure. His ideas that they could be a sign of adaptability to either like natural damaging factors or even human pollutants that have been introduced into the environment because these large trees. Just grow a little ghost. And then shove all the bad stuff in it are they. Purposefully giving the little trees the heavy metals Zoe's happening. That's the best guess so far. We're not one hundred percent positive why they exist That would give a favourable reason for them. So if the concentrations of heavy metal become too high in the parent tree it would siphon it off along with the nutrients but then because that part of the tree is definitely going to die because can't sustain itself that would get an opportunity to get this stuff out of my body forever like Qiuping trees hooping in to assist. Oh that is genetically different from you. Okay so you can either go for Serres fact that there are al. Bino trees that stick off of big redwood trees and they contain heavy metals. And maybe a way of sequestering those toxins away from the tree or me I had a stump that was dead but it turned out it was alive and it's just a lazy vampire or possibly its Intrigue Hospital or possibly it is part of the super organism of the forest. Slade is is this anything. Triage Sam Stephan. Are you ready to devote your votes in hard on three to one sairy? Hank do we split it. Yeah and you split it. That's nice. I'm not negative. It's time to.
"76" Discussed on SciShow Tangents
"Joyce makes me think a little less of you know. What's your tagline? If I was a rapper I'd be little barbecue. Sam Shelters here with us as well. Hello San what's your tagline. That's an egg not a fish. Sarry Riley's here with us as well. What's your tagline stary? It's foggy in here. Oh and I'm hank. Green my tagline is four or five eyelashes every week here on size your tangents. We get together to try to one up amaze and delight each other with science. Facts were blamed for glory or also keeping score and awarding sandbox. From Week to week. We do what we can to stay on topic. But we're great at that if the rest of the team deems TANGENT UNWORTHY. We will force you to give up one of your sandbox so tangent with care and now as always. We will introduce this week's topic with the traditional science poem this week from Stephan trees cover the earth like some kind of planetary hair most with rings that add some girth for each passing year for the species per Nansha Bay Lasana. We know of just one plant. It's rare but taken altogether. You could count over three trillion trees out there. There are trees whose tissues can survive a deep deep freeze and it turns out trees and forests make a great carbon sink. Trees provide useful shade with their dense canopies and homes and homes for flying squirrels and other little beasts and of course humans also benefit for us. There's much to loot. Every part of a tree can be useful from the leads to the roots. They give us nuts syrup rubber and all kinds of fruit and sometimes we just need that lumber. Sorry Groot our topic for the day. Is Three's planetary hair challenged idea? God I never thought until this moment that I have no idea what a tree is so you know a tree when you see one right yes you can look outside and be like that is a tree. That is not a tree that as far as I know is basically what scientists think about trees to they like. That's a tree and it's a plant with a more or less permanent shoot systems like the roots in the ground that is supported by a single woody trunk so wooding like the bark around a tree as opposed to herbaceous which is like a green stem. That you'd see on a tulip or something like that and then. There's a lot of debate over the specifics. 'cause they're definitely trees that have more than one trunk. Yeah some organizations of scientists get really specific about how thick the trunk has to be to count as a tree or how tall the plant has to be to be counted as a tree like one set of measurements is it needs to be three inches in diameter at a point. Four and half feet above the ground with a definitely form crown of foliage and a mature height of at least thirteen feet which excludes lots of smaller trees. So who knows? That seems completely unnecessary. Like that's not science that's just that's dislike arbitrary classification. We're tired of seeing papers from people studying small trees. The more important thing is that. It's it's planetary hair as long as we can agree on that on the scale of the size of the planet. They're very small. They're more like planetary stubble like five o'clock if trees their planetary hair. What are the oceans? Yeah I'm I don't have any like pools of water on my body ever but like your guts right like fools of stomach acid on your skin right. We only have one place in ocean can be on. Our body is just the belly button. Open your mouth. You can force water in there too. That's true it's a great point Sam inside of the nose is sockets in your halls. Yeah Yeah so. Many options available to us. Everyone doc all of us opponents off no one deserves the benefit from this do you know the Etymology of the word. Tree Seri. Yeah it seems like the word tree or some variation thereof has existed for awhile in Proto Indo European. There is a root word. Day Rue or drew or to root words. I guess that means you be firm solid steadfast with specialized meanings of would treat when the referencing specifically a winter tree. And now it's time for one of our panelists says prepared. Three Science facts for education enjoyment. But only one of those facts is real the other three half to figure it out either by deduction or while guests and if we get it right we gotta Sam Buck if we don't then. Sam gets the Sandbox Sam. What are your three facts? Close Your eyes and think of a tree. Okay what Esi one woody trunk. That's above thirteen feet tall branches. And whatever I said an umbrella leaves too so the odds are that tall angriness and most importantly peaceful is a peaceful. Yeah when her fly? But what if I told you that there are some trees out there that were capable of carnage? Ooh these are three trees that Dabble Ultra Violence. Would only one of them. Israel also throw violence. Okay so number one. The dragon's blood tree is an odd looking squat tree with dome shaped canopy of needles in dark secret. Its roots contain a compound that roads the roots of trees around it. Eventually those trees falling and the dragon's blood tree uses the nutrients of the rotting tree to supplement. Its own diet the vampire tree. The possible tree is a giant South American tree with a spiky trunk and a potentially deadly weapon in the form of Pumpkin like fruit that swells until it explodes. What shooting shrapnel like seeds at a speed of one hundred sixty miles an hour? What what flood is? Don't get your because the dynamite tree for number three. The west coast tall coconut is a tall coconut producing palm native to India. It looks just like any other palm tree but hides a deadly booby trap. It produces wedge shaped fruits that are easily jostled loose from the tree and the relatively pointy shape of the coconut combined with the height of the tree make the falling extremely deadly injuring and killing many people every year. It's nickname the Asia live or trie executioner. Dray so we have the dragon's blood tree that erodes the roots of its enemies and then consumes them. The possum would tree which also is called the dynamite streak as it shoots shrapnel seeds from its pumpkin like fruit and the executioner tree which drops heavy side like coconuts down upon people raining. Its reign of terror upon us for centuries or something I know people get killed by coconuts. Yeah I've heard about that but I didn't know I haven't heard that there is special coconuts that are like axe shaped. Yeah and I can imagine that a coconut Cedar Coconut. I guess that is the seat would evolve to be spike here for some reason because that seems like it would help plant it. The coconut seed dispersal mechanism is to float to a better place. So I think that's why coconuts exist is so that they can photo around and find another place to sit and so I don't. I don't necessarily think that they like to go right where they land. Because there's no like branches of a coconut tree or palm tree so like right. There is no good criteria like right next to another tree already. Yeah you're just fighting with your dad. I've read a little bit about dragon's blood trees but have not heard about this but they are extremely weird so I would not put it past them. I think they're like reddish on the inside which is part of why yes Which is part of why they get their name and I think people have used them for a variety of medicinal treatments or dies or something like that that has nothing to do with how it destroys other trees though I sort of feel like trees are somewhat likely to end up near trees that are of the same species and it seems maybe weird that it would just like cannibalize everything around it. It's true I mean in in Montana definitely. We have a lot of the same tree over and over again but in other places where they sort of more production you know more more energy in the environment. There tends to be more species. That are sort of fighting it out where the dragon's blood tree from Sam. The dragon's blood tree is from Socotra. Which is an island off the coast of Yemen and Somalia bets on like a place where there's plenty of sunlight and water by then we have? The possum would treat which sounds definitely not real- this is this is the one this is the one. I think I remember hearing. That trees can explode. When it's cold out for seed dispersal is a thing so like shooting yourself out like a snapdragon is definitely a thing that that some some plants do and they go fast but fast enough and with enough mass to injure a person seems unlikely but you know. I never been there now. I don't know if the two sciences people think exploding fruit is not likely and the best thing is that if we're all wrong then Sam gets the points and he needs them. Pretty won't really hurt you guys to get it right. I'M GONNA go with the executioner tree. Let's go bomb bomb fruit fruits. Okay I'm also GONNA GUESS BOMB. Aren't the correct answer. Was the bomb fruit. So these can kill you if they explode in your face. Yeah they can hurt you. I don't know off hand. The council people actually getting exploded by one. I mean they shoot up one hundred sixty miles an hour. Yeah but if they're like little yet imagine. If you're like a chipmunk or something you're GonNa get creamed so AK SANDBOX AK dynamite tree there really spike Iligan and have exploding fruit can shoot one hundred and sixty miles per hour and averages a distance of ninety eight feet. Each seed does after shoots. Were pretty good way to do it. You don't need birds anymore. Yeah Yeah and I'm looking. I'm looking at the seeds and they looked like I wouldn't WanNa get hit by want no and then on top of all that it sap is toxic and it's used by fishermen in the area to poison fish so it's a very mean and useful tree. Is there any truth to the other? The other fact swelled the Dragon. Blood tree is a cute little dome-shaped tree that lives in Sokoto tre. It's an island full of endemic species kind of like the Galapagos Islands. And the street one of them. It's considered vulnerable by the IUCN The International Union for Conservation of Nature Man. They're trying really hard to protect that. End Killer routes they may be exist. I don't know but that was kind of an inversion of the fact that trees that are dying stressed out kin-sin nutrients to the trees around it and my Corozzo net. Yeah the would wide web. Yeah the wooden went to say that instead. So they're like opposite vampires. They're friendly vampires. It's really. It's especially sad that the dragons bud tree is vulnerable because of how when you cut it down at literally bleeds thing that people would be like. Let's stop to Saturday. Seniors seems to mean and then the West Coast Talk. Coconut tree is just a normal really tall coconut tree and I looked up the stats of death by coconut. And it's more of an urban legend than anything is first recorded. Death by coconut happened in one thousand nine hundred ninety three and I think that looked like the only one recorded but more coconut deaths than you think we're situations where a trained monkey who is trained together coconuts accidentally through a coconut hard onto the head of the person who had pedia okay. So like it wasn't it wasn't that live here. It is walking by as we knew. Coconut was GONNA fall. There was a person there waiting for the coconut. It's like when your kid throws you a ball without making eye contact. I and all right next up. We'll take a short break. Then we will be back with the fact.
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"Lasted longer than Luhrmann's a lot. Yeah and so like when I hit the nine month mark. I was waiting for him to break up with me or something hiding calendars it was just like okay. Something's GonNa Happen and then like nothing happened like well. We're still together so yeah things. Things were good ever suffer for anxiety. Yeah not so much anymore. I meditate a lot. You start doing that When I when I got sober I was meditating before like in therapy and stuff the therapies like a lot more effective when you're sober because it's easier to be honest? Yes sure be. Meditation helps a lot. It also. Oh helps like I have less panic attacks and haven't had one in a long time actually just kind of stops before they start. It also helps with anal like I tell people all the time like like fuck and meditate lake. It relaxes your mind on your muscles. Relax and everything so much. Easier works for every aspect to your life correct scenes as well sometimes like if I'm shooting for myself Like my own clip sites are then and also sometimes like when I'm on set I get to have a lot of creative input especially lately so that's been really fun eventually like to direct like my own features or something but I want to just do it for myself and like funded by myself. Sure that have complete control and no concern to get a budget from anybody the year like answer to. Oh I need this much for location like I just WanNa do what I want or certain scenes required when there's like a budget from coming for someone else like we need this this and this. Yeah like if if you're working for a company they're like okay now we need a squirting movie and oftentimes will give you a list of like who you can hire and I hear that all the a time like a lot of my friends are directors. Dude I wanNA hire you but like you're not on the list I got from the boss. That fucking sucks but whatever. There's a lot of restrictions sometimes right in foreign glances kind of Anomaly in that he does both gay and straight for anything in between yes right. That's right but that's not the common because there's still some phobias that people have about people don't understand how science works which is really sad. Vetted it is true but I think because he's so out there and like unapologetic about who he is and what he does. I've noticed like a lot of the stigmas breaking down a bit. There's been more and more like by performers late getting into the industry and doing their own things shooting their own by content or the crossing over to the industry shirts. It's less of a problem now so I hope like if we just normalized showed it. It'll get more accepted. I'm sure like ten years. It'll be a totally different situation. Hopefully anyway help so yeah. I love your twitter feed and there was a so I'm gonNA have to pull up a couple of them because again I would send them to take scraps very nice of you. Thank you my pleasure. Yeah I may have a folder on my phone of some of them If I can find my phone and so I've misplaced. The camera and my phone is that it is yet the where I was charging it. I think I have just a like a certain amount of brain capacity and then after that walk negated community they lost. I only have two brain cells occasionally they bounce into each other. Does that help or hurt. That's the question right truly inch what's got sober. Because you know what I mean you could really am working growing them. You like science stuff like numbers. You're into accounting. Yeah I thought porn was just GonNa be a way for me to pay for my degree and then I really liked doing important. I didn't want to go back to school. GET LIKE MY MASTERS AND BE A. CPA and stuff. Maybe I'll get back into that but I really like making my own hours and like Being able to take vacations and stuff and I just like being self employed it feels good and you also handle your on taxes and all that stuff though still with you. It's so much I she's easier that way. I don't like paying people to do stuff I can do. Brace off have you ever thought of Doing some kind of thing where you're the person that helps other porn performers to. I love that that was originally Michael Enright when I was getting into Webcam and stuff I was doing taxes for other cam girls but I I love working with people but I don't really like working with people if that makes the concept or and stuff that is so like a common sense to me like you're self employed save like at least like a third of what you make for taxes and incidentals and stuff I would do taxes for people like other came girls and stuff and they're like well. Why do I owe this much like? I thought you were getting me a refund. It's like yeah if you work like a W. Two job you get a refund refund girl you've made a thousand dollars a day like sticking dildos in your ass like the government wants money from that. Yeah they definitely do lake my for cancer. Whatever they don't like withhold your taxes for you know I am Adora and I have one question for you? It just always liked to know that ahead of time. What was the first PISS based scenario? You know the first one I I did I got waterboarded with Piss again jumping right into the surfing right into well. I was shooting asylum in the producer. He's like okay GAM bring you out here and like a couple months. We've time to plan stuff. Is there anything you want to do. I'm like well you know I've always been wanted to be waterboarded but I I feel like that's like entry level and like I like p why not just waterboard me with. He never actually been waterboarded with water. It's just been des- bodily bodily fluids. Yeah Okay Yeah and it really does feel like you're drowning but I'm glad I tried it once so like I know what it feels like. Yeah you know and then you yeah yeah some some stuff like you don't need to try again right But I'm glad I did in. I don't think that is available on the Internet anymore. The more I think he removed it because he was afraid of being arrested for obscenity charges. That's goes on right. Yeah so I guess. The loophole all is you should something really obscene but it has like a political or educational value. That's kind of more like a documentary. Goes I don't know right right so way we do now for a lot of stuff is we'll have like a dialogue before afterwards where we talk about stuff again like the king. Those are cool. In the first silently. Kind of Wax Philosophic and then throw some politics in there and then we're like okay. I think we got enough time. Yeah you know it's sometimes you see clips where there have a big intro by threesome. But they're not really doing the king king thing they're just talking saying their names. Remember seeing going like I don't know what's going on here is like five minutes and nonsense and I've been on sides. Where like they interview you you before? But it's not a sexy thing like at least for Kink I think because like I've shot with all the directors so many times like Oh. I'm just talking to a friend that I'm talking talking about the stuff I'm excited about doing. And then afterwards were reminiscing on the exciting things we did. It's like very horny. Mostly your new drywall. All year I like to be at least you WANNA be comfortable. Yeah but they make me take like my my ropes off. They're like no. You can't be tied right up in the interview. They'll think holding you against your show you like to be held against your will and in the right circumstance right the ropes stances. I always like being Tied up like some people are Super Fetish e about like restraints though. Yeah like do the tie this do not on. I duNNo. Now I'm like I don't know if it's the right person doing it. I'm cool but like it feels rough and it's like splintering and you get like little rope fibers everywhere can get a rope burn. Your that doesn't sound terrific fun cherry saying something about like having a dead arm for you can get a dead arm. It's not always the most comfortable. It's not supposed to be comfortable. Well that's true too right. How much of when you're in a bondage situation are are you enjoying not enjoying it or just enjoying it it depends on it? Depends who I'm working for like nowadays. I'm really picky with WHO WHO I do. Bondage type scenarios like pretty much only for kink.
"76" Discussed on Whimsically Volatile
"Things where it's like. Well we'll do two things like one for Valentine's Day one for my birthday basically means two parties or two things yet which is a nice way around it now. When did you last me? We Mad December twenty sixteen. We had been talking on twitter for a while. We're sending each other pictures. A cat certain was pretty serious. Yeah definitely I was living in San Francisco at the time. He was living in Florida at the time 'cause I always like people who live really far the thing people who were unavailable just emotionally. Oh no no no no physically the as well yeah morally I e. We were trying to like get together and shoot stuff for awhile. It's so hard to schedule stuff. Like he would be passing through town shooting for King and I would be Outta town or sick or something. Finally he was like all. Just buy your plane ticket and take you to Florida Boorda that I like. When I met him I was like okay like I really like you? Yeah and then like a couple of months later he moved to Vegas so then it's not too much much long distance thing. It's like a one hour flight was troubling though you were like you know. You're not so far away though isn't it was a good way for me to ease into being in a relationship leashes. Yeah right because you still. I only have to see every couple of weeks. He would drive but I would have like five hours notice. It's like I'm coming over so I'm like okay. I can clean up the apartment. I think you know five hours. Notice is a good thing to have in any situation right. Yeah they don't want thirty five minutes. Hey I'm nearby by the way. Have you ever cleaned up an apartment faster than when someone's coming over like that. I never know I had stuff that was sitting around that had shipped actually from Massachusetts just sitting there and it was after breaking up with the person that had lived there with me so the place is sort of like formative it was was like not quite my full place yet. There was boxes. You know and you're just kind of like bummed out and then someone was coming over like magically everything in like ninety minutes. Yeah there's impressive motivator. It is it is nothing will motivate like Willett like. I don't know I I just don't like people thinking like I live like a Slob. Even though I do realize there's no sloppiness in here. This looks like a first of all lovely house. It has a lot of character. You're welcome and it it's very much Representative of the two of you and Uruk and it just looks lived in which is a nice thing you know what I mean when you walk into a place and people live there but it feels like an Airbnb it does it kind of makes you want to leave. Yes a strange thing to sterile very Sarah. Yeah Oh the other weird thing is apart cooking smells. I mean it's not exactly that's one reason. I can't live in an apartment anymore. Yeah Yeah 'cause I like like how it smells when I'm cooking stuff but people's kicking just doesn't smell that good no especially when it mixes with all the and tomato base for for some reason anyway so you met Lance then and then he was in Vegas and it was not that long to five hour window and then how long from there until the two of you moved in together we had just got together right before I moved to my own apartment. Hollywood okay that was really funny. Because he's like what what are you doing tomorrow. I'm like I don't know I think I moving. And he's like okay. I'll drive over right now and help you. It was so funny. And then he he shows up. Tell me move my share. And he's like is this all of it and like yeah. These are all my worldly possessions. It was like five boxes of yeah. I just wasn't ready. Ready to like movement with him let clerk and then after my lease was up. He's like do you really WanNa live with me. And I'm like yeah. And then his like thing was he really wanted us to move into a house where I could have my own room for my spiders terrified that I was Gonna ask that. I was curious I wanted to know what lance is feeling about the the critters like that he likes NASC- wasn't sure how he felt about Scorpions. And then I got one and then he decided he's not like Scorpions and He doesn't really like Tarantulas. I'd like I bring them all my Kobe. Click this malted. Isn't that cool like that's their old bangs. Coletta hold it and use like he gives it the old college try Eah. Yeah he's definitely like he hasn't killed any spiders since we started dating. Listen I see how do you feel about When you see just bugs on the street I love them actually? We're looking right now or I'm looking at this photo with subscribe at you describe it please. Listeners it's a jumping spider taken with a macro Lens. My friend took that picture actually really cool photo says did they. They just look really cute. They look like if a kitten was very small and had like ten is an eight legs. Yes it would be that. Yeah Yeah I guess you're right. Actually seeing is like that is rather remarkable. I'll put a photo on instagram. Anyone with Iraq phobia. I'll try to put a spoiler alert or some kind of warning trigger warning rather trigger warning. Yeah have you ever had a friend with reckon phobia come over yet. They just are like afraid to be in the house. I'm like dude like they're all like locked CTA. They're not like roaming. My cats would have a heyday. That's right and they'll have their own enclosures era. Of course what is that. Is that like a little cage type of thing. Yeah I have like Just little acrylic things and they have like a little water dish. They have a little high place for them to crawl into your sober. uh-huh both are right and the to view become sober together. He He's been sober for twenty. One years I got so we're like I. I like a couple of months after we met. I was trying for a while. Just worked out like being in a relationship with a sober person like user really good influence on me. Also easier to 'cause you're like I can't really be a slightly tuned up. Yeah it kept me accountable so that was really good but it's just so much easier like us both being so we're we both WANNA leave like parties and events at the same time. Let me guess seventy five minutes in. Yeah Yeah exactly. That's gotTa talk this place X.. Because those events especially like say after parties in quotes I only had fun it those when I was like drinking and doing coke in the bathroom and now that I don't do that I'm like will you remove that element in it's literally like a bunch of like egos in the room a and that's not always fun. I was at some in front of some Hollywood club in the guy was like offering tickets to an after party. I was like I couldn't think of anything worse. Like a bunch of strangers who want to get so fucked up at three in the morning that does not stink. You know thanks. So what were your drugs of choice. Booze and coke. I'll basically anything like there's not much I haven't done like I. I drank a lot for sure. Did a Lotta Kobdo Oughta pills heroin like all that stuff but everything was easy ear to like moderate early quit cold Turkey except the booze like ochre your challenge myself. I was like okay. I'm not going to do coke for a week but then I was still like drinking all day every day so I thought I was just like I had A. I thought I just didn't like making coffee in the morning. I let cutting lines and saw. Thanks very efficient. I thought it was being efficient but then I removed that and I'm I'm like oh I'm just an alcoholic who likes doing other stuff situationally. Yes sure are you sick. I can't drink rather don't drink so I I just I. Yeah thanks I mean do other things but only started that a few years ago. Because I thought because I couldn't drink after trying very hard really putting for China. Certainly not. No I don't give up easily. Yeah then I thought well that was the first stair step in the very large staircase and you can't really go to the second floor if you know.
"76" Discussed on Twenty Thousand Hertz
"The human voice voice is our oldest instrument. It doesn't take any sort of gear or technology to use it. It's sort of the opposite of Modern Day synthesizers. If you think about it but naturally people have tried to blend these two who opposites together to create something different and new our second story comes from the podcast just the beginning which is about how independent creators bring their ideas to life. The story is about a husband husband and wife team that created an instrument called the electricity but simply it kind of lets you sing like a robot. The story is reported by Michael Garoppolo a melodic robot yeah. That's a great description a robot who has a soul robot with the song so welcome welcome you throw my name is Maya Kante. I am in charge of Business Business Strategy Marketing and cracking the daily whip who my name is Bosko Kante. I'm in charge Egypt engineering the Vision for the company which is a shared. I don't know about the extort low. They got to see the elector spit when we sat down for this interview and it looks a little bit like a pair of headphones that you wear around your neck with the part that you'd normally put over your ears. Bosco calls them sound cups resting right on your throat so the way that the electric works the sound comes is into the sound cups. If I put it on neck to go through my neck and out of my mouth it replaces your vocal cords so if I talk at the same time hey you can hear it in the background but if I open the back of my throat into now you'll get ear that's what it sounds sounds like the electricity is actually based on an older instrument called the talks that was used a lot in the nineteen seventies and early eighties birth and that's when Bosco got hooked. I was in middle school at the time and I would ride in my neighbors six five impala and he would play Zap more balanced the outs and then we would go to the skating rink and they will have break-dancing popping competitions and that was the main song for those competitions ever since that time. I wanted to know how to make that sound. How do they do that. Vasco went on to spend years mastering his talk box technique and he is a Master Bosco is one of the few goto guys in the music business and his credits prove it. He's played talk box on tracks by Bruno Mars big boy. So why is he trying to reinvent it. Well first of all the talks is notoriously difficult to play. There are some let's say basic design flaws for example. You have to try to sing while you're holding a plastic tube in your mouth and if you hold it in the wrong place it doesn't sound right and even if you hold it in the right place. It still sounds like you have a tube in your mouth and then there's Konya Konya okay so I I had the opportunity to play live on the American music awards with Kanye West because I did this song called as workout plan that I wrote and there's a big talk box solo solo but before the show talking about what the performance is going to be like and it's going to have all these dancers and you're gonNA be moving around because they were doing a workout routine right Dante. The talk box is not mobile so I'm GONNA have to lip sync the which sucks because this is my big moment to like show everybody on the world you know how great of a talk boxer. I am and no I'm out there doing a milli. Vanilli we that was the inspiration for electrospace.
"76" Discussed on Terrible, Thanks For Asking
"That i could know how it happened so i i could know that my two year old who will likely never be close to an alligator will know how to not be eaten by an alligator later like i was looking for a confirmation of my bubble. I hated myself for clicking by the way but even knowing intimately that happens and that not all children live stacey and jason. I know that they wanna be parents again. We knew immediately that we're going to have another kid <hes> and that we also knew that we would not have that child until we felt like we could know that. We were having that child because we wanted that child. <hes> you know we wanted that child's life. We didn't want greg's life back. We just wanted to be parents fifteen months after gratis death their son harrison is born his his birth. His life is chronicled in the same book as his big sister arse. What my job is to is to give him. I i have to try to be as wide of a window onto the world as i can. You know i mean you only have you have the borders of your own perception near the borders of your own biases and taste and honestly we don't really have much control all over that either. There's a tiny tiny framework of my biases and limitations and understandings that i actually can control and that's what i worked to control and sort of i wanted to give harrison the same world i gave greta and he could make it but what he would and to the extent that i feel like he believes as the world is a big place and it's comforting and he likes the people in it and he's not afraid of much of anything. He has no fear really. I feel like i've accomplished that so whatever else i fuck compass entirely going to be new original. Fuck up you know it's entirely fresh untrammelled related fuck up or you know or i don't even know it yet and there's some beauty in that like i i. I feel like his life has given me a new understanding of what a fresh start can really feel like and in every possible way harrison has given us a very clear message that he is not his sister they would get along really well and she would be so delighted by him but they would fight all the time on my god <hes> they had it's something i balcells stubborn in opposite directions and they would have so many things that they clash over in a death like grotto's rip siri universe into two. There's the before and there's the after so when you've gone through the first the first time back to that apartment the first time you fold up her clothes the first time you meet your son it's easy to focus focus on those lasts to place an outsized value on the very last day you spent with your child how you argued with your wife and struggled to find a seat on the subway how your daughter barely even waved you because she was so excited to get to grandma's and have that secret mac and cheese. There's so much regret there there <hes> in the sense that you just natural look back on an event and say that was the last conversation i had with my daughter. That was the last time she saw her parents talking but at the same time it was holy because those were the that was texture of our lived existence. You know was it. The full texture of a life the full texture of greta is life was chalk on her front sidewalk and going to the park and also too tired parents was filthy stroller pushed the people who loved her the most a grandmother who secretly fed her mac and cheese because that's the best food ever and also grandma's. Is there just delivery systems for children to get what they want..