24 Burst results for "Bambi"

‘Impressive Zippermerge’: Light Aircraft Makes Night-Time Landing on US Highway

Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

02:09 min | 6 months ago

‘Impressive Zippermerge’: Light Aircraft Makes Night-Time Landing on US Highway

"Have you all ever seen an impressive zipper merge well. I mean that's what i do on the highway everyday. Hang around me and you'll you'll see an impressive zipper merge A light aircraft makes a nighttime landing on us highway. And let's see before you play the video. Liz let's tol. You set it up a little bit A light aircraft has made a dramatic emergency landing on an interstate as cars cruise down the highway at night video footage posted on twitter by the minnesota department of transportation showed the pilot touchdown while traveling at the same speed. And i put in there. Well it's pretty close. I think they're going. He was going a little bit faster than the traffic as vehicles ahead and behind the single propeller plane appeared to have suffered an engine failure. The ramsey county deputies federation said on facebook alongside images of the craft smashed into the hood of an suv. No one was injured in the accident on wednesday. Night on interstate. Thirty five west. A major highway in the minneapolis area city of arden hills. The road was blocked for several hours but reopened to traffic on thursday morning They added the pilot was cited for improper lane change and not using his turn. Sick pay the toll either so go ahead and those are the worst. Seriously there's only certain levels Yeah i don't know. I can't see his hand. I don't think his hands out the window touches down and now he's going to there's illegal lane change and pass smile. Bambi kept the car then. So nigga got away with yeah he almost. Did you wanna play it one. More time on this dead. Yeah here ago. Scrape footage though look at that. Yeah that car had been there. He would have been fine. I know i'd say there's always that car all right. That was impressive. Getting the way of us airplane drivers how dare they. I know you appreciated that Lives that impressive emerge.

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‘Impressive Zippermerge’: Light Aircraft Makes Night-Time Landing on US Highway

Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

02:09 min | 6 months ago

‘Impressive Zippermerge’: Light Aircraft Makes Night-Time Landing on US Highway

"Have you all ever seen an impressive zipper merge well. I mean that's what i do on the highway everyday. Hang around me and you'll you'll see an impressive zipper merge A light aircraft makes a nighttime landing on us highway. And let's see before you play the video. Liz let's tol. You set it up a little bit A light aircraft has made a dramatic emergency landing on an interstate as cars cruise down the highway at night video footage posted on twitter by the minnesota department of transportation showed the pilot touchdown while traveling at the same speed. And i put in there. Well it's pretty close. I think they're going. He was going a little bit faster than the traffic as vehicles ahead and behind the single propeller plane appeared to have suffered an engine failure. The ramsey county deputies federation said on facebook alongside images of the craft smashed into the hood of an suv. No one was injured in the accident on wednesday. Night on interstate. Thirty five west. A major highway in the minneapolis area city of arden hills. The road was blocked for several hours but reopened to traffic on thursday morning They added the pilot was cited for improper lane change and not using his turn. Sick pay the toll either so go ahead and those are the worst. Seriously there's only certain levels Yeah i don't know. I can't see his hand. I don't think his hands out the window touches down and now he's going to there's illegal lane change and pass smile. Bambi kept the car then. So nigga got away with yeah he almost. Did you wanna play it one. More time on this dead. Yeah here ago. Scrape footage though look at that. Yeah that car had been there. He would have been fine. I know i'd say there's always that car all right. That was impressive. Getting the way of us airplane drivers how dare they. I know you appreciated that Lives that impressive emerge.

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UN Rights Chief Condemns Death Threats Against Congo Nobel Laureate

UN News

01:28 min | 10 months ago

UN Rights Chief Condemns Death Threats Against Congo Nobel Laureate

"U N High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Basch. Let has condemned death threats made against Congolese Nobel Prize laureate Dr Denis, mcquade Gay, and called for his protection. Talk to mcquaid is best known for helping thousands of women, victims of sexual violence in the eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo DRC for decades he has also called for perpetrators to be brought to justice and. Advocated against the use of rape as a weapon of war, he survived an assassination attempt at his home in two thousand, twelve in Geneva spokesperson for the rights chief Rupert. Colville said that the recent surge of threats against Dr mcquaid had been conveyed via social media and in Franco's to him and his family threats, it'll to be more willing to his advocacy. So his very robust positions he's taken on accountability on protection of women. As a result of what he's seeing two decades in the hospital in terms of Protection you know the difficult part of the country s very very violent region. So that's part of our call to the authorities. It absolutely make sure they do provide really comprehensive physical protection to mccreadie enter the rest of his team. Says that they can continue vital which so many women. Mr Colville explained that the latest threats are likely connected with Dr mcquaid condemnation of violence in the highlands of south Kivu involving mainly Banya Milonga. Herders in conflict against the Bambi. By flu and Benin do communities.

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18 - Hummus and Tech - Love During Corona Times

Hummus and Tech

00:29 sec | 11 months ago

18 - Hummus and Tech - Love During Corona Times

"Every. person is a whole world, and they have so many amazing qualities in so many great things about them, and I think also like the approach to dating is so like intense and heavy, and there's so much anxiety around it that making it something, maybe not disrespectful way like making it something a little more humorous and lighthearted can like kind of like open up your heart, a little Bambi like like why not I'll just reach out because you know what even if this doesn't work out like, maybe we'll be friends. Navy will laugh about the same thing like.

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"bambi" Discussed on MeatEater Podcast

MeatEater Podcast

04:17 min | 1 year ago

"bambi" Discussed on MeatEater Podcast

"B._l._m. Lands where wildlife and recreation are supposed to have equal consideration consideration with development and so you could actually say we're not going to develop a lotta these lands because of these other values. That's not how trust lands are managed. They do need to generate great prophet. However some states have decided most states in the west actually almost all states in the west have decided did that recreation <hes> can be a part of that management approach for generating profit or it's comp- compatible with with the idea that these lands managed to generate profit right and so the idea that the public part of it that they serve some sort of larger public good is compatible with the idea that these lands generate profit. There's another side to it which is a much more sort of dollars and cents and you know the state. B. is considered more of you've something they have to deal with <hes> and i think when you look at if a state <hes> doing a really good job from the perspective of hunters and anglers in terms of how they manage their state trust lands <hes> the ones that do a really good job have more of a welcome at versus <hes>. You can't w- whoa welcome at versus. You can't find anything about it or it's a no trespassing sign and a couple of states that have done a really good job. <hes> our montana for example where <hes> in the state nearly all the lands are open and available for the public <hes> they have some basic rules about you can't shoot within a quarter mile of unoccupied structure. <hes> you know you can only drive on routes that are open and things like that <hes> and montana fish wife in parks <hes> when you you buy your conservation license to hunt for hunting and fishing you spend two dollars in the state of montana and that money goes to support the schools in the state they generate about a million in dollars year through that <hes> and as a result it's actually benefit benefiting those schools in a way that also supports public recreation and also the state of montana's been great in the fact that we talk about landlocked lands you know they're being <hes> about a million and a half federal and locked lands in a million and a half st landlocked lands in the state of montana. <hes> the state has actually created programs. <hes> there's one called the mt plan which actually is a grant program where they can give out grants to create eastman's across private land that would open up these public lands <hes> montana fish wife in parks has a couple of programs one again is is a brand new and they just passed <hes> that again would enable the state to spend money on establishing easement and other ones provide tax incentives for landowners who allow the public across their private land access access these state lands and yeah. It's really cool stuff and this is something that's bipartisan is coming legislature. Montana's is sort of a shining example. <hes> you know washington's another state. That's doing a really good job <hes> they you you buy an an access pass cuss thirty dollars a year which supports part of that go to supporting sporting that that state trust revenue <hes> but those lines are open and accessible and they've got goods like you go to their website. It's very welcoming <hes> and that's that's something that they've done you know new mexico and arizona or to other states that actually charge a fee for the public to use these trust lands which because they're multiple use plans. I think is just fine. That's the way to support the trust responsibilities that also support the public and now we'll get into what i'll call the bad apples at least bad from my perspective as you know like a general outdoorsman who likes to roam around outside a whole bunch the flip side to that are states that would would manage state trust lands for exclusive use and so you'd lease them to an individual who basically would control access to those lands and colorado is the only state in the mountain west while the eleven western states that we looked at that actually does not allow public access to the the vast majority of its trust holdings. It's so une collorado lake you know what john denver bliss and any. It just doesn't feel you lose live in colorado colorado yeah and he doesn't feel own colorado lake..

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"bambi" Discussed on MeatEater Podcast

MeatEater Podcast

03:28 min | 1 year ago

"bambi" Discussed on MeatEater Podcast

"Corner crossing so fun to talk about yeah but so it started in eighteen of three was the first state ohio to get a land grant and so what the federal the government did is they pass these enabling acts <hes> where they actually gave individual states <hes> starting with just one section per township so one out of every thirty six acres in that state would get a section starting with ohio in eighteen oh three and they were so the feds say like you guys are gonna become a state state your ohio now. You're going to become a state and we're gonna gift to you. The state one out of every thirty six six square miles that you own that's right. That's how it started and for the purpose of supporting public institutions generally schools rules and so this started with ohio and there's i think twenty nine states got their lands this way and and and <hes> early on there were very few restrictions on how that money would be used and so most of the states just sort of sold off the lands really states but before before eighteen fifty but was that the intent when they gave them the land was the intent like here. Go sell it lay ten empty intent evolved but there's some states like mississippi happy that held on to their state lands. It's sort of early on like we're gonna hold onto these and we're going to generate revenue over the long term and they actually had a commitment to that. It played the smart they played the smart thing and like ohio has from what i can tell nothing left. I'm at least there's not enough acres there that i can find any record of there being anything left and a lot of stays as just went and sold it along the way however and as a result of that they were sort of misusing the money so here's an example alabama near mississippi mississippi beheld onto their lands alabama sold off their lands and like they invested in set us really like you find that there's a theme in a state that's right even like these neighboring states at two different approaches and we find that in the west today and we'll get into that yeah so the state of alabama like invest they sold off a bunch of their lands they invested invested the money and stuff that failed and so they had basically nothing to show for it but also what they would do in alabama is <hes> so if you lived in the township where that section was you are the ones that decided whether or not it'd be sold in so really which is totally corrupt right you have like does my neighbor sell their property or or not yes so i can buy it but then they also would give out. That's like that's like the that's like we're local control all kind of goes little off now that's right and they'd also give out personal all loans. They had a school fund that they created with the kind of like an endowment with the idea that the interest go towards the schools and they give out personal loans to people all in alabama with never actually make them pay them back <hes> and then they also did like ninety nine year leases and so if you are headed grazing lease or whatever you can do it for ninety nine years isn't probably i don't know if the terms were fixed but i wouldn't be surprised if they were and so like in the eighteen forty s they were making nine year leases that didn't expire until the nineteen forties which is a long time right and so that's sort of an example of how states sort of got rid of their land and then in the west or this report is the eleven western states starting california's the first western state to get <hes> become state and they actually got section sixteen again.

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"bambi" Discussed on MeatEater Podcast

MeatEater Podcast

04:40 min | 1 year ago

"bambi" Discussed on MeatEater Podcast

"Talking about whatever whatever and so when you're driving along the road and you accidents swerve over and hit the rumble strip like you are breaking the law the same way somebody is when they pull over and park to go hunting as i read the law <hes> new can dan get special special permits for <hes> on and off. She's got to get permission to do that but but here's the thing is i actually if you look the montana access guide in montana fish wildlife and parks regulations. It says nothing about this. There's nowhere state at anywhere that i can find because it would be redundant because it's already covered in just the general ohio law now you've you've got to go and read statute find it and it took me forty minutes to find it and i don't. I mean from what i understand like. I think it's it's a i think it's a traffic law. I not a game violation <hes> and so you. It's like getting a speeding ticket versus being poacher right but as has as i understand it like it's not really all that you know unless it was like actual sort of no no parking signs along the interstate. It's really not advertised just anywhere that you can't do this and so i've always assumed it's because people do it all the time and i've never heard of anybody getting caught and in fact actually a block managing area where a portion of it the only way i know how to get to it is parking on the interstate in montana so which is kind of bizarre now that i know this but that's my understanding of of controlled access highways and i i would assume that there are some requirements placed upon the state in order to get federal money that they have to you know have these types of rules but they're different for each state k now. We're going to move onto the next report and ask the question. Why was it important to investigate the issue of landlocked state lands lands in the first place. Here's our whole teams passionate about helping people get outside so it's just like in our d._n._a. So we look at these landlocked lands and we want at least make make the public aware of what's out there and we do see them as opportunities to help the public get outdoors more so that's really in our d._n._a. And that's why we're interested k. from here. I think it's important to move onto the next thing <hes> let's get clear on what is meant by landlocked land like what does that look like like what does that mean. How does someone go and determine that yes in fact if he's of public land is inaccessible or for as we keep saying landlocked here's lisa explaining that and also talk a little bit about how next obtained an analyzed the necessary sorry data so there's a lot of different ways to define landlocked but we went with for this report was a public land that cannot be accessed just from a public road or cannot be accessed from an adjoining piece of public land being even if you are willing to walk in y- you walk forever so if there's a ten thousand acre parcel and there's one road that cuts through just a little corner of it we consider that entire ten thousand acre parcel as has being accessible <hes> even if you have to cross topography and rivers <hes> this was just talking about legal access as opposed to logistical within the department g._i._s. geographic information systems or geographic information science and and <hes> basically it's a compilation of data sets that all have a location component to them and they're all stored into a big database <hes> <hes> so that you can make maps or you can run different analyses and understand how maybe one feature on landscape interacts or impacts another type of feature on the landscape so not only do we take the government lands data sets in the private land data sets reconcile them with each other <hes> and we also are classifying all of the government lands data so that was really key in this analysis well so we were able to zero in on all <music> of the land that had you know the the state land ownership type attached to them <hes> and then basically we were able to compare are those against our extensive road database <hes> and figure out which parcels of state land did nine have road access and each parcel that did not have road access got flagged in a big database and then <hes> we basically basically ran through and calculated all those acreages together to get the numbers. The big challenge here is that.

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"bambi" Discussed on MeatEater Podcast

MeatEater Podcast

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"bambi" Discussed on MeatEater Podcast

"And there's no way to get to it but an interstate cuts through it and we were talking about this like whether or not you can pull over unlimited access highway so say like i ninety i fifteen whatever pulled limited access highway in jump out of your car in go access some little chunk of public land. You've identified on access point exhaust talking with this <hes> talking to joe about this and then a couple of days later later. I had body mind visit from out of town. He went out antelope hunting and tax away point and ask. Can i legally get into this because he was curious. Can i pull over on the side of a of a interstate and head off to hunt so here's joel on whether or not that's okay. Do you know how there's like. Certain certain things like you're like law-abiding hundred angler like there's certain things that you do thinking they're perfectly legal and then you realize later that well actually maybe that isn't allowed allowed for sure and the opposite as well and then you like to change your behavior and it kind of runs for your after that because he thought you know you're perfectly fine and this is one of those issues for me and so i did a little digging into this. I didn't look a lot of states so this is how i understand wyoming their state law. This is a state law stuff noca- their state law specifically specifically prohibits. Let me ask why is it not because there's no federal oversight of the highway system. There's no federal enforcement on a highway system right. Yeah state plays pulled over for speeding on an interest and not usually no statement on what you did yeah so the state of wyoming their state laws specifically prohibit stopping along a controlled access highway if you like montana there's actually no law i've seen you can't stop so actually stopping. There is perfectly legal as i read it. What's illegal is that says you cannot go outside of the lines and that you must enter enter and exit the interstate at designated spots and so when you see somebody in talking about hunting they're just talking about whatever whatever and so when you're driving along the road and you accidents swerve over and hit the rumble strip like you are breaking the law the same way somebody is when they pull over and park to go hunting as i read the law <hes> new can dan get special special permits for <hes> on and off. She's got to get permission to do that but but here's the.

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"bambi" Discussed on MeatEater Podcast

MeatEater Podcast

04:08 min | 1 year ago

"bambi" Discussed on MeatEater Podcast

"Participating in mentoring acuity may slash h h joint field the fork event this year in michigan and yeah. I think that's such a cool opportunity. It's important to note too that it doesn't have to be limited to a group thing. I mean anyone of your listeners can do this on their own basically the that's what we want for the program to be successful. That's what has to happen. People need to introduce new people hunting outside of their proverbial box. Yeah <hes> at the end of the day. I mean organiz programs aren't going to move the needle. I mean we want to scale it. We want to get it but it's going to be individual hunters that that either increase hunting participation or not we need individual hunters to mentor <hes> and that's kind of what we're doing but we've taken filled a fork and as we've replicated around the country. I've tried to prove a feud ever models gone to texas and destination filled the forks on large ranches where people travel in it works the but i'll only take people from texas because to take somebody from new york. Take him to texas teach them. The deer hunt doesn't work but <hes> i've will. We're going to host a feel for traeger employees this year. Last year. A hosted posted a filled to fork for twenty four employees of ruger and six our american firearm manufacturers and that was because an engineer a young lady when we held our first filter foregin posted about it on facebook reached out and then was emily monroe and i clicked on our facebook profile and she was an engineer ruger uh-huh seriously she was a m i._t. Small-bore national champion i mean she she didn't get a scholarship to m._i._t. I've misquoted that many times but she competition small-bore rifle shooting and always wanted to learn how that is how bad we've done as an industry and as a group. We're not even recruiting our own. We've hosted filter forks key employs where i just host it for you know twenty office employees who want to learn to hunt but yeah we had the cap it at twenty four in an american firearm manufacturers who wanted to learn how to hunt yeah. It's just dude s. We're doing a terrible job and we've just i think a lot lot of hunters have kind of been nice elation. If it's a terrible job it's just the job. That's never really been needed to be done when you look in the grand scheme of things twenty five years ago. Most people hunt what you did especially in the northeast right. Everybody was one hundred i mean. Let's say everybody blared relatives still ten percent or less right yeah but felt like it felt like that's where i grew up like. I mean you when you were twelve years old. You've got a deer license and you went hunting us. How is this how it was but now again dan in grand scheme of things twenty five years. Is that long time. It's a different game out there. You know so it's not that we've done a bad job but just didn't recognize that the job needed done i think now it's very apparent that you know we're trying to play catch up. I think almost a certain extent. I mean four and a half percent american population hunts. We have to understand that becoming a vast minority of the population relation is going to have negative consequences and i don't know how many percentage of the american population we could actually support as hunters but we we need to do all we can to try not increasing participation. Yanni does your question. Thank you good job anymore. We gotta wrapped talk. Everybody's teeth or floating at this point the you mean <hes> that that's a euphemism yeah for their bladders back either floating owner get just back to you. I think <hes> is there or any like humongous. Things that are like major misses that we missed nine little trifling things but like really really like damn it damn. It got a major thing. I'm really really a major thing yeah. I'm holding mark accountable for mentor new hunter this year <hes> he asked me to and he's also going to be a part of our program but i think he's going to mentor torah another hunter outside of that and really i mean that's what we want to try to get every hunter to do. So we have staff challenge. The monkey made field field staff members to hunt a mentor new hunter every.

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"bambi" Discussed on MeatEater Podcast

MeatEater Podcast

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"bambi" Discussed on MeatEater Podcast

"Proteins are called preowneds into the environment and other near going to contract that so we're fully fully supportive of that ted nugent makes the point that you can't stop dear from cali all they do is walk around and smell each other rubbed noses robot against each other the gregarious and that you can't united prevent dear onto your contact. You like describes mez delicious ravenous things on the planet when you say though that mineral elixir baiting stations that is just a disproportionately high concentration of that kind of stuff it is so yes there's going to be interaction is going to be contact but if we can least minimize the super super high concentration zones. We're not going to get rid of it all but maybe maybe it's a three percent better situation and we should take three percent of error situation yeah yeah and that's probably going back to the discussion about telling hunters to shoot young bucks or not in those cases. A lot of a lot of hunters have adopted the concept and really what folks are saying is if we can educate the masses like we did in twenty five years ago. Maybe we can push people to shooting young bucks again to reduce the that disease but it's we've we've looked at it pretty objectively and felt like if you don't have hunters managing the population and luckily clearly the diseases very serious thing but luckily it's still in a small relatively amount of the of the country there what percentage into the country idle land my sense w._d. I think the last statistic it's old but was about eight percent of counties have it in the country and then how bad could it get one hundred percent it could yes. How long do you think it would take well. If you look at the way into speculation i if you look at a snapshot of ten years ago of the u._s. Puts out a map of it is probably expanded three times the size since two thousand ten and where it was in the u._s. and canada. The only thing i care about <hes> only care about one aspect to see w._d. Is the risk of human transmission his mission that is the biggest risk was really terrible. Yeah if not just like another thing that kills deer and there's tons of stuff to kill deer yeah except for probably a secondary thing to really worry about is in those places where it gets once it gets to about five percent prevalent. It's basically hard stop. You can control it when it's before that that's what a lot of states have been comparing. Wisconsin illinois is a standard thing. A lot of experts look at they've managed the same way they've had had it about it or they. They've had it about the same time but their management strategies changed a one point and illinois today continues to have about a one percent cent prevalence whereas wisconsin in places it's forty and fifty percent within the her and what did they may do differently in in illinois illinois they the the state has always maintained a <hes> when it's founded in a new place go in with a target of removal a lot of hunters here that and they think career a ratification which is not the case it has you go in and you remove a certain percentage of the deer to test and sample to see how prevalent it is not eliminating all deer but removing a percentage of it to be able to not only surveillance and see how how how prevalent it is but also to knock the deer density back so that the population is huntable in the future but also keeping prevalence at bay and sense you know the the two thousands thousands illinois is kept it around one percent by going into outbreak areas and shooting a lot of deer in the beginning not every year. They do it at the very beginning. They shoot a lot a lot of deer. They reduced the deer density and they're trying to maintain that deer density so there's always dear they manage it from the from further on by hunters hunting licenses so they come in and.

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"bambi" Discussed on MeatEater Podcast

MeatEater Podcast

03:40 min | 1 year ago

"bambi" Discussed on MeatEater Podcast

"Thing. We may does not employ anybody. That's a c._w. D._x. expert but we are not it'd be like the high priority. I mean i i went to school for wildlife. I'm not a disease expert epidemiology we we we aligned with the people that are the experts that we try to bring down yeah. They work for your dial. Loss absolute oy and in fact the person you're talking about. We're in dialogue with him. Were on an advisory committee with about thirty other people and trying to push the c._w. w._d. Message across many different platforms. He's staying at my house right now. Oh oh you should have been here. He's fishing. He's on a fishing vacation and yeah jeez. He would have been good to include absolutely anyways anyways actually salsa out my garden project when i left him but go on okay so oh mar marks question about that point of c._w. D there is an athletic association while of agencies pu- put out in late eighteen a the best management practices that covers everything from surveillance too <hes> monitoring to management all of these different strategies we we are in agreement with all of those things and even to the point of pushing deer and older age classes to a point some of the sciences a little quirky he behind that i kinda got lost from okay backup association fish and wildlife agencies and put the best management practices for allstate and that's like all the fifty fifty state <hes> all the fifty state game management agencies. Yes they have a they generate of best practices for themselves for yeah for the agencies on how to communicate to the public how to best serve a living document. It's changing all the time really good document. It covers the whole gamut of game management of icy icy. Okay so a part of this bra now. It's it's it's a c._w._c. Specific dr anderson and you know looking at what are the biggest risks wh where c._w. Spreading the fastest were all in general agreement women that is <hes> moving live deer and moving dear parts like if you're a hunter and you're shoot a deer that is in w._d. Area and moving the entire carcass pissed either home or you're crossing boundaries where doesn't exist has has that's happened for sure oh absolutely and and they've traced raced they've traced the movement to carcasses another trade movement to to move in captive serves d- have done that. I thought you meant has legend have have a actually ever found somebody moving. A dead deer known. I mean has there. Has there ever been a w._d. Outbreak that was somehow traceable to the movement of a deer's carcass. There's an there's an assumption in one place. I don't know if it's been proven but you're not in your head hank. Do you know now. I don't know if it's proven proven but it's definitely assumed that some taxidermists had you know thrown out some deer parts that had been brought to them and they think created you know create an outbreak. Yeah okay okay so those are the biggest the biggest factors that we see the soul than deer moving yeah definitely only more so because dear don't they do disperse. We need to talk about dispersal by at younger ages. Dear will leave where they're born and set up a new home range that has been a concern with w._d. In.

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"bambi" Discussed on MeatEater Podcast

MeatEater Podcast

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"bambi" Discussed on MeatEater Podcast

"High. Oh yeah sure that's solaire on a board and you just like haunt. Licensing hunt sunday in the neighboring date has the happen yeah where i grew up. I grew up six miles from the maryland border and three miles from the west virginia border in pennsylvania and i grew up hunting all three states on sundays and the other two on private land in west virginia so yeah i mean just yeah hunt in west virginia now how it was an an do you think it's going to go away. I don't want to spend too much time because they don't have having wins. There's no state that used to be able to hunt on sundays at night. You can't what's further thing. It's further right now than it's ever been to passing so eventually it'll definitely definitely go away but just time will tell i guess we've only had sunday hunting like north carolina probably ten years ago you couldn't hold on sundays and then they allowed archery hunting on private land and now so it's to some point i think you're not allowed to rifle hunt on public land on sundays and you can't hunt within two hundred yards of a church or between nine thirty the and eleven or something i mean it's just absurd because they don't want the fears that people coming out of church. I guess it'll interro people going into church. We'll see something abok never mind. I was going to worship this morning. They grabbed. They're gonna run off into the woods. Woods wasn't a different than you can't buy a drink between before noon or one i mean we have all those kind of blue laws in the south and people the church because you can't buy booze but there's this perception of alcohol being like not a great thing right yeah for a lot of people but those same people i would think would view hunt and has a pretty wholesome activity. Let me here's an interesting fact. You'll like in pennsylvania. You can't hunt deer on sundays but you can hunt crows rose and coyotes while you're only allowed to. You're allowed to hunt crows on friday saturday and sunday only so you can't hunker.

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"bambi" Discussed on MeatEater Podcast

MeatEater Podcast

04:17 min | 1 year ago

"bambi" Discussed on MeatEater Podcast

"They're all in it together sharing you down and then and then sharing information during the season after i i found personally from being involved with some loose cooperatives just the you kind of get the deer camp effect but expanded multiple people that are sharon aaron stories. I saw this book. I saw that one too after this season he kind of know what happened to different deary might have seen or there's other folks to help you get in there and track a deer down and then like oh i found this dear shed or it just builds a community effect so there's benefits both socially and ecologically yeah but everybody's still game in for sure. They're they're still. Everyone's got their own self serving. You couldn't say to one do. We've decided the european sanctions. That's pretty cool. Though i mean there's no they don't formalize it but people will help them organize. We have employee's in other states that do the same thing in alabama. We work with alabama wildlife federation air. We got <hes> two guys in missouri that are co-funded with the missouri department conservation. They pay part of salary. We pay part of the salary but that's their jobs and you say you see increased biodiversity by what measure it's a thesis that hasn't been published yet but looking ah digitizing those properties and looking at the the <hes> delineation basically the straight line of wear different habitat types meet vegetation types will meet and looking at nearby properties of similar scale and seeing if the diversity at least from the sky <hes> <hes> is the same and then asking the hunters that hunt those co-ops questions about satisfaction. That's also been shown in michigan. There's a published study that shows generally hunters that hunt in those situations have higher satisfaction up to like seventy percent rumors hunters that are just hunting their own places. Now working with their neighbors are generally forty percent satisfied with the way things are going in their state so and one of the strongest things that's kind of a unofficial byproduct of them is state agencies being able to communicate something super effectively to a lot of landowners quickly and in michigan is a perfect example when w._d. Hit in michigan <hes> the the michigan d._n._r. Was able to communicate with all of these private land owners basically through this one employee and her contacts tax with all of those <hes> leaders of those co ops where they needed sampling where they needed to do town hall meetings and they could have done that equally <hes> but but not as efficiently by just doing them in public places in announcing them they were able to go in target certain places and collect more samples that way to the the biodiversity thing on managed properties. I think something people don't really understand well. Where people manage for like you know you could say like i managed for deer but in some ways is your managing for wildlife. <hes> earlier mentioned a friend of mine from back home. Tim zeldin rust. He's got a he's got not a small property. I mean like by western stands. It'd be small. We've got property managers for dear. You go out there in the wintertime. It's unbelievable. The amount of birdlife rabbits squirrels charles birds deer bob cats like it's unbelievable. This is an area that is not like that like a lot of areas managed for maximum yield. Yeah yeah maximum egg yield or getting developed. We have that rina's all disturbed. It's all disturbed like in that area. It's all disturbed landscape. There's no like like it's it's a fiction and to think that there's like a pristine. This is like west michigan man. I mean people have been there and everything. There's no old growth timber anywhere where everything's been disturbed. Virtually everything's been tilled at some point absolutely ever logged multiple times yeah. There's no there's nothing like natural. <hes> isn't a thing there because you're not having like united like forest aren't going through natural succession. You know what i'm saying he so he he like he to go in and take a piece of ground. Do wildlife piece of ground. Do you like you can see you could go in there with a blindfold on and just listen..

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"bambi" Discussed on MeatEater Podcast

MeatEater Podcast

03:55 min | 1 year ago

"bambi" Discussed on MeatEater Podcast

"New solar setup in a now after everything that stole. We got new batteries. We've got propane. Everything's fresh and ready to rock and roll yeah. Did you hear this mark parked his camper trailer in the car listening to that conversation yeah and then someone ripped off his stuff off and the owner owner of the place he part is yeah secure a lot supposedly locked monitor park at your own risk risk but he assumes no responsibility for this yeah. I don't remember last summer when i put it in there if he gave me a rundown or maybe it was in the fine print. I don't remember but now now we we just drop it off at a new storage facility because we're still we're still going to try our luck but this place is much more reputable. They've got surveillance. Cameras cameras barbed wire fence great gate seems to be some human presence there more often and they very clearly articulated had a much more professional contract <hes> the whole processing a lot more legit looking back this guy he was the only one available so we just want although we could get on a place where they could do with eight seventy over your shoulder eh walking and walking the perimeter. I feel better about this one but she did this time made it clear like hey we do everything we possibly can. We have monitoring. We have the gate etcetera et cetera but you do need to understand. There's two hundred other people that have access to this facility. People can come on yeah. You might have got ripped off by another camper trailer possible. You should go look do all the windows good at this point. I'm kind of over but i could look in their candidate window. There's my battery was weird it. Though is whoever did it had a strange agenda because for example they took our forks and knives but left the spoons was we were they sterling in the spoons were no. It was all just really cheap stuff. They took some paintings that my wife but some cool art works kind of make it feel different. They took some left others. They love that makes sense. They left yeti eddie mugs but took like cheap plastic ware. They took our batteries and our solar inverted left panels. They took some tools intake. Some we're kind of tools that they have what what are we like. They took like my ratchet set took cordless drill to ask left. My hammer left screwdrivers. <hes> did they go go into your drill bit assortment and just certain damning. The drill pits something really specific man under the influence yeah no. They took both adler too nice boxes full bits and stuff to all gone so you're on the morning. Did you get wiped out of. I don't know i i probably put another five six hundred bucks to replace stuff just to get going again for the batteries propane converter some basic tools which is like kill that guy man it it was it was shitty we just we were all excited to get to the camper because we've been traveling for ten days and really all right. We'll get to the camper. That's our home for the next six weeks. We can get in a routine. You know it was challenging with one and a half year old and a tent and trying to do that whole thing leading up to it so when something like that happens i spend months just think about how cool it would have been if i could've caught him and doesn't filed album <hes> like the things that i wouldn't even want anyone to know about last on campus business at hand is a complicating factor with camper trailer. Is you know i have f one fifty. I'm gonna pull up behind f one fifty. I don't wanna go by yeah. Hopefully going buying buying a whole new truck. You shouldn't need to when fifty nobel not going to put like some five mile long fifth wheel well. You don't want that anyways. Do you know i want to get into cool spots yanni's incredulous camper in general he thinks it's stupid i mean i didn't like that either but when it came to a having kids ads and stuff and doing long trips like we're doing several months at a time. It was the best option for that yeah. I wanna be clear..

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"bambi" Discussed on MeatEater Podcast

MeatEater Podcast

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"bambi" Discussed on MeatEater Podcast

"And stay tuned to hear all about it after this here show gay couple of quick things here i mark art kenyan. Here's one four yeah yeah. Have you ever heard it all like words big stuff like huge shirt or towed jumbo mondo negga. Have you ever heard a guy wrote in one in about where he's from in southern ohio a big box. I don't know if i think this might be. His social. Circle of big. Buck is a slender us. You know it's the gbi and pronounced the same as in enjoy giant. Yeah i have heard of that slender now. How i heard of it is there was a video production team out of ohio. It's gotta be this all come to substantiate s- yeah and i'm pretty sure they were called. Slender hollow and i just remember this because when i was an early college they're the only only there and they specialize in big bucks from hollows and ohio. I washed this. You could get the t._v. Show online. I washed in college. It was called wagon. Slender halloween kit with slender so did that is that why people started calling them slumbers. No no no. I've never heard used in that way but that would make me think that could be where it came from given. They're both from ohio know about this never heard of a slender. Have we talked about that. I don't know if people i should use the word hollow. I feel like it's cultural appropriation. No i think if they say how low it's fine taller doesn't say a hollow that's fun. I did a guy from missouri. Once i dropped him off somewhere else got him l. clinton and came back to him and he was telling me about how the bull was hollering down there over in the holler have you guys are just one dude. He saying you say if you want tender back straps. You hang the deer's carcass by the pelvic bone. This was no strain. I've not heard that i have a hard time buying hank. You're on your head and i've heard this but they put a even. The professional butcher will put a hook in the cavity and hanging like that because you don't want you won't holiday by that microphone sorry about that. You want you all the more. Do you want the hindquarters ninety degrees angle from the hanging carcass upside down yeah when you hang them under tension the rigor mortis does more damage to the meat. I've heard of i think he just made that up. You heard about having executed on it. No no i still hang onto your. I don't age him hanging. I don't have a walk in cooler or anything like that but you have heard this and if you go to like a processor i've noticed they hang the deer and the gals that way. Do you <hes> <hes>. Do you guys electrocute your derived after you shoot them. Electrocute yeah not once never heard jerry here. There's this company never got around to try and it man and i wanted to tender. It's called tender bach. 'cause you ever been to your washing slaughter cattle slaughterhouse yes how they hit him with that captive if bolt the hang them up they cut the juggler lead them out and then as apple with trinity and it does a number of things the main when they hit him with that they just relax so guy made this thing and he was marketed to hunters the runoff car battery but apparently you're supposed to like run over there so damn that'd be pretty quick runoff. They're like so damn quick that you. There's a there's a time limit but yeah i mean like when i do with catalysts within seconds i mean you have to have a car battery with you. Don't take one of the heard. The guys like i've i've heard like commercial shooters like down in texas shooting on the go out and and you know shoot non natives the going to the meat market that they that they use. I don't use that product but they are out there. Shock them so what's the advantage. We're trying to get a meat. Scientists meet scientists. I want to get on who's purdue the university in it because i tell you why i think what it has to do with like how the animal goals through.

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The Future of Star Wars, Marvel, Pixar, and Disney's Movie Monopoly

The Big Picture

08:39 min | 1 year ago

The Future of Star Wars, Marvel, Pixar, and Disney's Movie Monopoly

"I think we have to go and see twenty three right off. The top. I manage just told me that she read a thorough examination of the announcements made at this this weekend event. How are you feeling. Are you excited about the disney plus era upon us yeah but you have to do this. Julia minoshe from nonfiction chris farley watched non-fiction. You can just look blog. I clarified clarifying. I i think for disney and for me <hes> possibly in different ways you know disney has a strong brand as we know and it is quite articulate clearly articulated ticketed in this and i think that there will be many people including parents and star wars fans who have end marvel fans watch look forward to and i will be sending ending my streaming money elsewhere very interesting not surprising take from chris you are the coast of a podcast called the watch a long running podcast a hot. It looks closely a culture at large but particularly television a lot of t._v. Shows and disney plus. Here's my take on them. Don't care. I'd like to talk to you guys about the movies that were announced cheshire. Okay aside from the mandatory and i do care about this. Say which i care about all the there are two more stories memories t._v. shows. I'm sorry yet theoretically the mental learn is the only thing i have a clear percents of what it is and what it's going to be which actually does feel like the star wars show that we should have had like twenty five years ago very like <hes> grounded in the dirt small character look as opposed to the intergalactic battle kind of t._v. Show the other shows. I don't even know what are those shows. Isn't there a urine mcgregor. Obi obi wan the whole thing right. I think he's lovie wine. Even as i was saying it out loud i was like oh got him getting the names right. Am i getting the names right. Have you guys like a mandate. We're going to do a star wars episode so you should host and she she has ever told you. The story of this is a fun game to play. If you're like in a car and really board is you can ask you just tell you the plot of a movie a husband and i do this sometime and we maybe we should just do a podcast sometimes because it's really wild what people remember but famously i was asked to do the plot of star wars and i gave the entire plot with like intense analysis of the sexual tension between luke and leia and then also hans solo and the trash chute and all this stuff and just like did not mention the desktop the sexual tension between hansel and the trash chute. We are in russian. Oh yeah and i even got but at no point. Did i mention like the death star them blowing it up like the central plot of the movie just didn't exist in my brain spoiler. Sorry we have revealed views here officially that the death star is destroyed and star wars a new hope very sorry to everybody who hasn't seen episode four chris. Would you make the movie news non non non star wars edition so we got some moral news. We got a little look at the lady and the tramp live action yeah so for most of my life. Disney has been like a non factor <hes> it was a i never really grew up in disney household and a lot of these <hes> sort of legacy titles. Don't really mean a lot to me. I don't even know if i actually seen bambi like for instance. <hes> so a seminal event in movie history interesting to have the doorway into disney is marvel and star wars for me but now being introduced to this huge volume play and that that is kinda gonna come attendant with all this stuff and one of the things that we probably talk about when we get into the summer movie awards. That's been kind of confusing for me. This summer is having take things like aladdin seriously. You've been doing that no but it's like that takes up a lot of airspace. Have you seen either aladdin no yeah so you're not taking taking it serious. Oh i'm not taking it seriously but wouldn't you say that it plays a larger role in like pop culture in general because of the like the volume of the megaphone is that much louder pre everything builds everything else and now you've got these three things that disney legacy titles marvel and star wars say nothing of pixar and everything else that take up. I mean this is what you're saying a stranglehold on your brain. It's like sixty five percent of the airwaves man. It's true although in nineteen ninety-two aladdin was a big deal to so if you were hosting the watch which i don't know what would it have been call one thousand nine hundred smells like teen spirit yeah exactly if you were hosting smells like teen spirit the podcast you can get out of your windows media player six days to download it would still be forced to talk about and in some form or fashion but you're right the the the amount of mindshare that they have right now obviously is overwhelming and this is. I mentioned this biennial event. It doesn't happen every year the fact that it happened at this exact time while we're going through a me when wesley just had this conversation last week on the show we were like we are being choked out. You know brock listener has come to choke out with content. You guys get that referenced. I it's about wrestling. It's he wasn't in fighting with my family to today. Thank you to too much time on this podcast. I it is interesting like i could not help but see the announcement black panther too and just how far away that is. We are a thousand days away from black panther too. That's a long time. It's a it's become a cliche to say. We're all gonna be dead by then or the world will be on fire but it's possible that some things are significantly different culture at large a thousand days from now. We may not even have t._v.'s in one thousand days i don't. I don't know what's coming so to be planning that far ahead for something thing particularly something that is so anticipated yeah. I thought it was so strange. I thought it was almost like teasing away. That's funny because i had the opposite reaction which she's like this thing that we have been predicting for a long time which is disney as monopoly is here the this we have seen the realignment of the studios and the streaming services and kind of what the big names are going to be and we have been like well disney's just going to own everything and disney will have this movie and disney will have the streaming service and the men were in all of this i._p. And this was just the confirmation a certainty of okay they have consolidated. All of the i._t. Is together they have their distribution plan ready and disney plus and what what we expected to happen is going to happen and i have an easier time imagining how black panther too is going to fit into entertainment as we consume consumer than i do like basically any movie that a traditional movie studio is releasing or even most of the t._v. Shows on basic cable at this point but i think that the interesting thing that came out of some of these announcements between black panther being nine hundred days away and spider man being excommunicated from the is that there are a lot of people waiting on line. You know what i mean to get in to get their big screen time. There's a lotta characters. There's a lot of filmmakers producers who are all like so. This was a a huge hit and we've got to wait like four years and my guys gotta be in like a couple of thirty seconds spots and post credit sequences of the internals. That's you're telling me it's like that. I'm not single. Black panther would walk away from you. I don't think he michael jordan's. Not gonna get did going to do that but the spiderman thing i thought was indicative of indicative of so he being like let's go let's. Let's do another one most definitely but i think it's because while i think what you're saying is right that the playing field is kind of settled in a way that it's at least for the next next six to twelve months is going to be disney versus net flicks and then h._b._o. Max will come along and then you know. Universal will clarify what they're plays for the most part we we know what the short-term clarity around things but three years from now. I don't know if there's going to movie theaters close three years from now. I don't know if we will have have forty five hundred movie screens three years from now so getting that far ahead of ourselves. I think you're right chris that there's a desire to kind of plant flags. There's there has been mark. Harris has been writing about about this for coming up on ten years. Now this sort of like we plant our flag on a film that we don't even know what it is seven years ahead of time black panther too in particular those struck me as weird because it might be after the rise of skywalker. Maybe avatar to the most anticipated movie that exists that we're aware of world is that i am. I overstating it to say that will add. I think the avatar to is a good example. I mean not that. It's going to go black panthers. The wait between black panther one and two is nothing nothing resembling avatar in avatar too but it is indicative the fact that i think that like without seeing a single piece of footage. I think a lot of people are like. Does anybody still care about avatar. I was gonna ask coup is anticipating. I've talked to you besides get mine. I don't now i don't know but underestimate james cameron at your peril because this is what happened with titanic and this is what happened with avatar people were like is this going to be good. I don't know if i care about this and then boom biggest movie of all time and then biggest movie of all time twice he did that twice. People were like i don't know he lost his fastball. He's a weirdo. He loves to play with his toys doesn't understand humanity so i i wouldn't underestimate cameron trouncing

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Newest contenders in the streaming wars: Apple, Disney and more

Talking Tech

05:03 min | 2 years ago

Newest contenders in the streaming wars: Apple, Disney and more

"Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com. Create and publish a stunning website all from one powerful platform, go to wicks dot com to create your very own professional website today. That's w I x dot com in stay tuned after the show to hear you can take advantage of special offer for talking tech listeners all aboard away wrong podcast. This is the talking tech pod. Hi, I'm Brett Molina. Hi, I'm Kelly Lawler. We're ho co-hosts of the mothership podcast your favorite USA today network podcast about the culture, if you like technology that I'm guessing you probably have Star Wars in avengers. And all that fun stuff. That's all we talk about on this pod. So if you wanna listen in just find us on itunes or Stitcher or pretty much anywhere. You can find a podcast like this lovely one were hosting right now. Talking tech. We're filling in Frankel, Jeff. Yes. Hi, Jeff hope you're enjoying your time off. So. Yeah, right now, we're gonna talk about streaming services because we have another one on the list Disney. Plus, it is among eight thousand give or take a couple hundred streaming services that are out there. The big six. Or what we calling the ones that are either already available that are dominant and the three new ones that are due this year that we think will be dominant. So that's Netflix Amazon Hulu, apple plus Disney. Plus, and whatever Warner media calls it their service, which will have like, friends and some other stuff. I don't know they're weird. But it's the AT and T Time Warner merger streaming service. Let's feng. Let's just hope they don't use pause on the title. We'll see what God now, so Disney. Plus, they announced all the shows and movies and all the stuff they're going to have on there and the price. It's going to be I believe six ninety nine per month or roughly seventy dollars for the year. What's your take on Disney postal may take on Disney? Plus is that their way better at this than apple is? And that's probably because they've been in the entertainment industry for many decades and apple thinks that they can just reinvent the wheel with a black and white video of famous people talking about the importance of art. And not give out any details or show any clips and Disney knows that they need to wet fans. Appetites the price is insane. The price is going to be a big deal because I don't think apple can afford to make the price that low and Warner media certainly can't it's way lower than that flicks right now, they're most popular package is twelve ninety nine a month. And the family angle is not to be trifled with, you know, Disney's been family for many decades, and they've survived better that a lot of the Oji Hollywood studios. Well, I mean for Disney the big advantages, they own all the content, and you know, at least with Netflix, and Hulu what they've done is. They've gotten the rights to a lot of shows and movies, and then they've kind of backed in with their own original shows. Disney has a ton of stuff already. They have their own Disney properties. They have marvel they have Star Wars apples at a at a bit of a disadvantage because they have none of the properties right now. It's going to be all originals. It's going to be a lot of originals at once more originals than any other service has yet to debut with. So that's a new strategy. I don't think it will work as well. And I think Disney has low key been preparing for this for decades because they had that whole Disney volt thing which ends up being in their favor. Because like it's not like we own a lot of those things on DVD or we're used to seeing them a lot earlier. So the idea that like I watch Bambi whatever I want now is very appealing because I couldn't when I was a kid, and they're going to have a lot of the marvel movies out first and foremost on their service same Star Wars. So there's a lot of incentive to get involved between this and the price. I think that I mean, I think it's going to be very competitive. And I think you're gonna see a lot of people jump on it early on. And. Yeah, family friendly. I don't think they're any kind of adult are level type movies TV shows or anything it's mostly very much. Surrounding kids and family stuff. So it's going to be a very interesting niche. The streaming wars have begun that Tatan Bumba Obam that'll do it for talking tech today. Thanks so much for listening. Don't forget we are co-host of the mothership podcast, and you can find us on itunes, or Stitcher or soundcloud or any app has podcast were therefore, you're sometimes having a great idea is the easy part getting people to hear about your idea. Not always so simple. But now there's wicks at wicks dot com. You can start and publish your website for free wicks as artifice design intelligence. Creates a stunning website for you in just a few minutes. 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"bambi" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"bambi" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Me. Warming woman. This is where you jump in. And you grammatically. Going to go. The grammar was driving me crazy. It was it was like nails on a blackboard to me. Trans woman are woman. There. I was. Stagey glances at that. Maybe that's maybe that's trans grammatical. Can I I I like, wait a minute. This is a man. And then I heard the it was like, okay, I get it. Not trans women and trans men women would are not women. I have a hard time with this. I try to be super accepting. I try to be super tolerant and understanding because I truly don't care what you do as long as you. Don't expect me to pay forty. You. Don't want to force me into your world. I'm okay with it. It's fine. I know two men who have become women. They did it as adults. They had the surgery they live as women. They have the parts. Biologically. You're never going to get rid of that. You know, the why chromosome you're still going to have the why chromosome, but as an adult if that's what shoes to do. And you don't expect me to pay for it. And you don't force it on me, whatever I'm okay with it. I'm fine with it. But this whole thing of having to accept that. A man who still has all the man parts is a woman you are not. But what if he does not what if he doesn't because the distance on surgery, the two men that I know who became women did go the distance on the surgery. They absolutely did. But they don't they're not people who force it on Bambi Bambi south seat. Oh, by the way, was born a man if it wasn't obvious. But I didn't thank you for. I was so confused serve Bambi history. End spills Bambi wrong, more from Bambi and friends in a moment, the women's March on Saturday in case you missed the action. See I'm gonna find out later today to if Chris Plante actually went out, you know, how he he does look to control the does he love the women's March. We'll find out six fifteen now. Chris is a big fan of women net. Wwl traffic and.

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Missouri man must watch ‘Bambi’ monthly as part of poaching punishment, judge rules

World News Analysis

01:49 min | 2 years ago

Missouri man must watch ‘Bambi’ monthly as part of poaching punishment, judge rules

"And we'll start with animal. Poaching. A Missouri man who had legally hunted and beheaded hundreds of deer is in jail tonight. The judge sentenced him to a year and something else the convicted dear poacher must also watch the Disney movie Bambi once a month in his jail cell for the next year. So why are people hunting animals illegally in the first place? Well, they call this trophy hunting another name for it. And it's when hunters illegally take the heads of animals and leave behind the carcasses as one game official put it poachers, usually take deers Antlers to make some money in this case. It was all about the thrill of the kill humane. Society says American trophy hunters kill one hundred twenty thousand animals illegally every year. We're talking elephants for ivory tusks bears mountain line. Nhs unit. So could you refresh us out on the movie Bambi because the this man has been forced to watch it? Right. I mean, it's been a long time. I it certainly one of the great classic Disney animated films released in the early nineteen forties. Deer's mother is killed by hunters. And without saying too much about the film. It's it's heartbreaking story, and the hope is this man might learn a thing or two about sensitivity as well as the law. So how authorities catch this man in action? He and some other members of his family were all involved in this. But he's the one who was sentenced to this particular crime in Missouri's department of conservation leaned on a public hotline where they get tips under the name operation game thief. So they got help from citizens on this. So he seems poaching is always in the news. I guess. Yeah. And in two cases, come to mind most recently a few years ago, you remember the American dentists who paid fifty thousand dollars or something to kill the animal that became known as C soul, the lion and going further back. Donald Trump sons were trophy. Hunting in Zimbabwe. We're talking seven eight years ago where they killed an elephant and a cheetah

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"bambi" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"bambi" Discussed on Double Toasted

"You know, first of all, I don't know how much treatment is going to work. I would think that I would think that like he would love to watch Bambi for this part. Like like like when you when you get to that part where Bambi dies, I can imagine cherry. Yeah. Happy that he didn't steal toilet paper. To watch somebody sit. If you that this treatment is not gonna work if anything I think making somebody watch Bambi over and over again with make you want and killed they're more. I don't kill there. But I think if you made me watch Bambi I'd have to kill the day after this. Drive me crazy. So you say they made it they make your watch because they're trying to show the other side like the the deer side of the story. Trying to make him have empathy with. I have to watch something with the animals kinda slow that something real world damn cartoon. This is this is the fucking cartoon. They talk. Okay. So that's what it is. So. Cute. So somehow will lead to believe they're telling us man when people aren't around you realize that the deer actually talk and socialize with each other. And therefore, you can't kill them. You know, this is what goes on when humans aren't around. Dan lit up..

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"bambi" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

04:42 min | 3 years ago

"bambi" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"A shoulder injury now bambi bed diagnosed degenerative changes in his shoulder which were causing chronic lameness while stem cell therapy is still new initials results have been very foraging and there's an increasing body of evidence to support its use therefore it was felt that it would be worth trying to see it would ease bambi discomfort the vet was confident that the treatment would not only ease lameness in bambi shoulder but would improve it to such an extent that they'll be able to reduce some of the medication that bambi was being given also the adipose derived stem cell therapy involved bambi having some cells transplanted into his shoulder the stem cells were cultured from bambi zone body and this regenerative medicine works by stimulating the body's own repair mechanism to healed to heal damaged tissues by regenerating replacing or changing cells so you don't sells repairs on body brilliant amazing isn't that great the world is becoming quite accepted treatment here as well which is great and stem cells are able to adapt an environment they're in and become different cells depending on where they are in the body gosh that's amazing november's van that is rachel mowbray she's at the vail vets and vale referrals and she's been using stem cells forever variety of cases and it has proved successful of obama this is certainly the case and has responded very well to treatment and is currently free of pain in his shoulder julie says the treatments giving him a new lease of life and this is what i like about these kind of organisations they do everything they can for these animals that come in and i'm drawn to those those organizations because they don't see any barriers that don't see any limitations they reach out to their network and say hey we'll someone sponsor this dog oh everybody donate so that we can give this dog a great life and this is a perfect example of that and that is the forever hounds trust now you you've heard of them before jim tell you why i remember toby toby k to spain cycle ride over it's toby that i saw on the on the main page yes well kobe paul toby over in england is about to embark on a cycle fundraising cycling trip from britain from england to to spain and he is benefitting the forever hands trust and he's also benefiting benefiting the gal goss del sol in spain as well so he's helping to organizations he's a love for these dogs he loves greyhounds and lurches and the denko's and they all have very similar gorgeous dogs and so toby and i guess his sponsor fenton pedals them jim no okay might want to look into them since you just got by canoe bike franson pedals and his trusty green bike will set off from vets for pets in chester early on saturday july the thirtieth two weeks from today implanting this little long long time and you can watch his progress where he's going to cycle approximately hundred miles a day through southern england france is going over the alps and this is just unreal and makes his way through spain which will be early august until he reaches mercier in the southeast of spain which is where goggles del sol is yeah and he should arrive there on the twelfth of august and he'll be welcomed by the team at google sell saw and the go go's warriors who will accompany him into the sun heavier velodrome to a hero's welcome oh isn't that amazing and they said under strong black coffee at the other end which he will get let me tell you spanish coffee mazing is going to be a quarter i'm sure and he hopes his endeavour will raise awareness of the site hounds story and hopefully lots of money for these two charities and they're very close to his heart so again those charities are the forever trust and gal on in spain so what in england one in spain if you want to donate to help toby get across along country to the next and he does have a cycling partner now did i tell you that jim he got a cycling partner to go with him yeah and his he's gotta pay pal sets up he's gotta go fund me setup well now the the pay pal is paypal dot me slash toby toby why uk number to spain toby uk to spain his gofundme as the same thing go fund me dot com slash.

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"bambi" Discussed on Overthinking It Podcast

Overthinking It Podcast

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"bambi" Discussed on Overthinking It Podcast

"Of bambi right like the idea that like oh we sort of we just sort of recap the story of bambi that the proper use of bambi is to recap the story in lessons of bambi is is a not not really a misreading but the strong misreading is like here here is bambi sort of slant here's like another take on on this story that is useful to kind of advancing the art of the or that is useful to kind of a new kind of of animated animated film like in bambi the main thing you see of man is his works the fire and the gunshot you hear the gunshot and the idea that man could exist with or without guns by choice is not prison in the movie bambi it's man has come to forest not man with gun has come to the forest it is essential to the aspect of man as understood by the deer that he carries guns and so in hogarth encounters bambi and his guns are bad because guns are how bambi ends up alone that's definitely a very different idea of this of teleology of predation right like like what is what is the purpose of an animal that is capable of killing another animal it is not to make the decision of whether to kill or not it is to be present or absent either either man is hero man is not here as yeah yeah so so so what you're saying is in bambi gunstone kill bambi people go panty.

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"bambi" Discussed on Overthinking It Podcast

Overthinking It Podcast

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"bambi" Discussed on Overthinking It Podcast

"Right and so the or or antlers i i don't know i don't do i don't do animals i live in los angeles like i i know like twenty brains of purse dog the you are your early needed from nature unlike the people of rockland maine who commuted nature right hogarth has the squirrel there are there are cows about its pick truck driving by and we also of course the the beautiful changing of the seasons from summer into fall because notably this movie takes place with sputnik which is up tober nineteen fifty seven then all feels really significant right because it is both in contrast to the highly artificial nature of the iron giant and yet it provides a context for context for the iron giants character growth right that really touching scene where he's more degrees for the theory that was killed yeah the in the sort of the fifties like a sort of notional yet in the sort of notional fifty is right like the the deer is interesting right like because the deer the deer in bambi means means you're alone right but the deer in in the iron giant means that you have the capacity to deprive others of life right like it's it's about because it's not a it's not a deer on dear perspective on the world you know with the the you know but like the lion king is what you're saying yeah exactly the lion king is lying on lion but bambi is man on van is men on bambi from the point of view of bambi right and this is men on bambi from the point of view this man of bambi father right absent father not absent mother from the point of view of of a littler man you know who was wondering who is wondering what it means who's wondering what it means to be a man and this is like actually by the way when we talk sometimes about the anxiety of influence harold bloom's theory of like poetic reinterpretation and strong misreading right like this is strong misreading of.

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"bambi" Discussed on Directors Cut Radio Program

Directors Cut Radio Program

01:39 min | 4 years ago

"bambi" Discussed on Directors Cut Radio Program

"The gay and for twenty years. She's searching for the trolls and finally the trolls and she finds like ten of them. Takes them back to the king of worker way back into the Kingdom and make The king's son has never ate a troll so he needs that happiness obviously okay and does he find himself happy. He wants to be happy. Yes I'm just trying to. I'm just seeing how much violence actually is in this. This movie like do they show like offscreen. Bambi gets killed or Bambi. He's a mother gets killed slightly off screen. We never see. It's not really a violent graphical thing But like it's still there in in Bambi. Do they do that in this? Are there like six trolls and then three of them only come back? You know what happened to the other three in anyway as a threat of violence. But I don't think it actually showed any aside from. Hey all these trolls every year. You get a now here. We are at this point and they skate. And then you you make this current group patrol and you know they try to eat some of them but all they don't actually succeed on a lot of point. Gotcha okay so they don't. It's not as as. Hey there's a scene where there's five trolls going on a little trip. And then two of them come back and we follow the other two but we kind of forget about our shirt trolls. That would that would have had a little bit hard to have a little bit of realism. That will like that a little bit more. But they didn't really want.

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