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Iota still a threat after killing dozens in Central America
"A set of devastating hurricanes have pummeled central america on november third hurricane bertha. I struck nicaragua and then made its way through honduras in guatemala. According to the red cross more than two million people in the region were affected by floods and landslides caused by the hurricane and then this week another hurricane hurricane iota made landfall in central america delivering yet another blow to the region. The two storms back to back aren't only devastating to communities in central america but are also complicating efforts to mitigate covid nineteen joining us. Now to talk about what's happening on the ground is jeff ernst a freelance journalists base in honduras. Jeff thanks for being with us after having me. So what are conditions on the ground in honduras right now right now. Much of honduras is is underwater Particularly in the northwest soula valley region which is home to about two million people and putting the second largest in honduras and pedro soula as really the motor of of the country. So the fact that so much of this area in particular is underwater is really indicative of how damaging is given that roughly forty percent of the gdp or more is produced in this region but really After i iota we have much of a widespread damage Across the whole country was a much larger storm so just particularly crest the north coast and the west. They're still a rising waters. Some parts We've last a lot of bridges and roads and other infrastructure and as many people are currently displaced by the flooding. The storm's first struck nicaragua before going through honduras and guatemala. What were the effects in those two countries with evita it. It was damaging but it went through a pretty lowly populated area of nicaragua but iota so much larger that it really hit harder in nicaragua. And even the wins were harder to so nicaragua. We're seeing pretty widespread damage flooding even in the capital of managua and south of it so nicaragua's pretty devastated this point. You you've been reporting on This region in honduras for awhile have. How have the government's responded to effort on the ground. The the government's response has been heavily criticised ahead of eight to actually scheduled the special holiday for that week. In order to try to promote domestic tourism and and stimulate the economy which has been really hit hard by the covid nineteen pandemic and there was a clear reticence by the government to cancel that vacation and so they did not emit alerts or or evacuation orders which led to tens of thousands of people completely caught off guard been and then ended up getting trapped on the roads some for as many as five days and of course that led to more deaths which we really don't know how much yet because the water was never even able to fully recede from eight to before we got hit by iota So there's really some clear negligence by the government here and then with in terms of responding. They're they're completely overwhelmed By it and a complete clearly unprepared and missouri question of how they're spending the resources government just a year ago or just from israel this for war that really has has seen of her for country like and yet they're emergency response. Units doesn't have the votes necessary to be able to deal with the strong currents that we're seen from the flooding in order to rescue people in until the water gets down. Do people are very upset. Definitely more than ever with the government and and this could definitely to even more political instability than we've seen down here in the past and that political instability could also spur more Migration out of the region is that right coming towards A whether that's the united states are moving towards mexico or other places as people try to survive absolutely. There's already people organizing on social media caravans That looks like they're planning for january most of them Whether or not that materializes There's just no doubt. We're going to see an uptick in migration over the next year particularly as covy nineteen travel restrictions are eased You know. I talked to so many people already particularly the young people Who just see no opportunity They have no work and now they've lost everything so they really have nothing to lose And they see migrating as the quickest way to be able to help to their families to rebuild and recoup everything. They've lost the united states government. has limited at least under the trump administration migration from many of these countries at the same time it's ass many central american countries to help it with its asylum policies Has the us. Government sent any aid to these countries as they struggle to deal with the blows from these hurricanes the lack of leadership from the us Following these crisis is really shocking. There's been no word from the state department or from the white house other than us aid which is down here. Most recently after i iota they designated seventeen million dollars through the region half of which is going to honduras and then also the. Us military base. Don't here has been a source of of rescue missions which has definitely been very helpful but seventeen million dollars when we're talking about billions and billions dollars damage and really in nine hundred ninety eight when hurricane mitch hit which was the worst natural disaster in central america to date it was. Us leadership that mobilized support from the global community and that is completely lacking at this point. president-elect biden has expressed is concerned and support for the region. So there's hope that when he takes office he will take that traditional leadership role of the. Us to help one of its neighbors. I'll be watching to see how this pans out.
Hurricane Iota batters Central America
"A set of devastating hurricanes have pummeled central america on november third hurricane bertha. I struck nicaragua and then made its way through honduras in guatemala. According to the red cross more than two million people in the region were affected by floods and landslides caused by the hurricane and then this week another hurricane hurricane iota made landfall in central america delivering yet another blow to the region. The two storms back to back aren't only devastating to communities in central america but are also complicating efforts to mitigate covid nineteen joining us. Now to talk about what's happening on the ground is jeff ernst a freelance journalists base in honduras. Jeff thanks for being with us after having me. So what are conditions on the ground in honduras right now right now. Much of honduras is is underwater Particularly in the northwest soula valley region which is home to about two million people and putting the second largest in honduras and pedro soula as really the motor of of the country. So the fact that so much of this area in particular is underwater is really indicative of how damaging is given that roughly forty percent of the gdp or more is produced in this region but really After i iota we have much of a widespread damage Across the whole country was a much larger storm so just particularly crest the north coast and the west. They're still a rising waters. Some parts We've last a lot of bridges and roads and other infrastructure and as many people are currently displaced by the flooding. The storm's first struck nicaragua before going through honduras and guatemala. What were the effects in those two countries with evita it. It was damaging but it went through a pretty lowly populated area of nicaragua but iota so much larger that it really hit harder in nicaragua. And even the wins were harder to so nicaragua. We're seeing pretty widespread damage flooding even in the capital of managua and south of it so nicaragua's pretty devastated this point. You you've been reporting on This region in honduras for awhile have. How have the government's responded to effort on the ground. The the government's response has been heavily criticised ahead of eight to actually scheduled the special holiday for that week. In order to try to promote domestic tourism and and stimulate the economy which has been really hit hard by the covid nineteen pandemic and there was a clear reticence by the government to cancel that vacation and so they did not emit alerts or or evacuation orders which led to tens of thousands of people completely caught off guard been and then ended up getting trapped on the roads some for as many as five days and of course that led to more deaths which we really don't know how much yet because the water was never even able to fully recede from eight to before we got hit by iota So there's really some clear negligence by the government here and then with in terms of responding. They're they're completely overwhelmed By it and a complete clearly unprepared and missouri question of how they're spending the resources government just a year ago or just from israel this for war that really has has seen of her for country like and yet they're emergency response. Units doesn't have the votes necessary to be able to deal with the strong currents that we're seen from the flooding in order to rescue people in until the water gets down. Do people are very upset. Definitely more than ever with the government and and this could definitely to even more political instability than we've seen down here in the past and that political instability could also spur more Migration out of the region is that right coming towards A whether that's the united states are moving towards mexico or other places as people try to survive absolutely. There's already people organizing on social media caravans That looks like they're planning for january most of them Whether or not that materializes There's just no doubt. We're going to see an uptick in migration over the next year particularly as covy nineteen travel restrictions are eased You know. I talked to so many people already particularly the young people Who just see no opportunity They have no work and now they've lost everything so they really have nothing to lose And they see migrating as the quickest way to be
Conchata Ferrell, 'Two and a Half Men' star, dies at 77
"Word today that actress Concetta Ferrell has died and she never totally recovered after suffering a cardiac arrest several months ago. She is probably best known to most of us for her role is no nonsense housekeeper, Berta on the hit CBS sitcom 2.5 Men. The role earned her two best supporting actress in a comedy Emmy nominations in 2005 in 2007, her costar Jon Cryer Tweeting. She was a beautiful human. Bertha's gruff exterior was an invention of the writers. Chaddy what they called her Chatty's warmth and vulnerability or her real strength. I'm crying, he said. For the woman, I'll miss and the joy she brought so many consider a feral, died yesterday, surrounded by family and friends. Sherman Oaks Hospital. She was 77
New York police announce arrest in murder of Queens mother from stray bullet
"Ah, police have made an arrest in the death of a woman who was hit by a stray bullet inside her home in Queens on Wednesday. 31 Year old is some Malabar was tracked down by police Friday night now faces charges including murder 43 year old Bertha Arriaga was hit once in the neck. Her family says she was peering out a third floor window during a disturbance in the street right outside her home in Jackson Heights when she was
New York PD announces arrest in Queens mom's killing by stray bullet
"Under arrest after his stray bullet allegedly killed a queen's mom inside her home. Police cuffed 31 Year old is a Malabar early Saturday morning and are charging him with murdering 43 year old Bertha Arriaga. It happened Wednesday on 34th Avenue injection heights around 12:45 A.m., the mother of three was in her apartment when a bullet came through her bedroom window and struck her in the neck. A 14 year old son heard the window shatter and rushed into the room to find his mother dead. A neighbor said there were men arguing on the street before the shots were fired. Paul de
Arrest made after mother of 3 killed by bullet while at Queens home, New York
"You about this on Tuesday when it happened in Queens for more Now, let's get an update from 10 10 wins reporter Carol D'Auria. The police have arrested the man who is believed to be the shooter. They identified him as some L. A bar. He's 31 years old and lives in the neighborhood. He's George with murder and manslaughter. The victim was a mother of three Children, Bertha Arriaga. Police said. It was a stray bullet that killed her. It went through her third floor bedroom window on 34th Avenue in Jackson Heights. The bullet hit her in the neck and she was discovered on the bedroom floor by your 14 year old son. She is also survived by two other Children and 11 year old and a six year old as well as her husband. This is an active investigation. The police say they are looking for at least one other person. Carol D'Auria 10 10 wins in Jackson Heights wins news time 8 50 Honey, I could punch Rick
Man on motorcycle sought by New York PD for stray bullet shooting that killed Queens mom
"Search is on for two men wanted in connection with the death of of a a woman woman in in Jackson Jackson Heights Heights struck struck in in the the head head after after a a stray stray bullet bullet came came flying flying into into her her bedroom bedroom Wednesday Wednesday morning. morning. The The police police need need the the public's public's help help in in finding finding the the killer killer 43 43 year year old old Bertha Bertha Arriaga Arriaga was shot by a stray bullet while she was in her third floor bedroom, The building his own 34th avenue in Jackson Heights, a really nice tree lined street. Chief of Queens North detectives, Julie Merrill said. They're looking for two people simultaneously. As this shot rang out. There were two individuals were going to call them persons of interest that were in front of that location. At that time attempting it appears to steal a bicycle. Anyone with information about the bicycle incident should call the police Crime Stoppers hotline. At 1 805 77 Tips The victim, Bertha Arriaga is the mother of three Children, a 14 year old boy who was the one who found her on the floor as well as an 11 year old child and a six year old. A six year old was sleeping in the same bed as the mother. He slept through the entire thing.
How To Be An Anti-Casteist
"Warner. We started talking about cast with Lauren Freyer. This is Lauren NPR's India correspondent who started thinking about cast and race in part because of an initiative at NPR to track the diversity of sources. This is something we all know do including this podcast. We will note how many women were putting on the air, how many people of Color and other demographic stats I see my company trying to better represent America with the voices we put on the air and I'm looking at my own sourcing and I get too much credit. Every voice I bring to the airwaves from India as a person of color check the box you know that's diversity from my boss' point of view but I'm looking at different types of diversity in India and thinking. CAST. You see it in India when it comes to. Arranged marriages, dating APPS, you see it in real estate I mean there are subtle ways in which landlords choose tenants and signal to tenants. That certain cats are welcome or not welcome. There is no uncontroversial way to talk about cast and even the words we use are fraud. You're going to hear people in this story talk about upper caste and lower caste. We're GONNA try to avoid those hierarchies and say dominant cast at oppressed caste oppression is a strong term, but it definitely applies here. This is oppression that's gone back centuries. It was really amplified by the British. So British colonists came in and gave Brahmins privileges elevated them and exploited this power differential between the BRAHMINS and other castes and when Indians won their independence in nineteen forty seven, they wrote a constitution that acknowledges that oppression and lays out bold measures to try to fix it affirmative action programs to place dollars in government jobs to play dollars, its top universities, and all of that exists in India still today. But despite all of this dalits in India face so much violence disproportionate violence Daulat women are raped more than women of other Castes Dalit men get lynched for falling in love with dominant caste woman lauren knew she wanted to find out peoples cast to make sure she was hearing from variety of voices including people who don't always get access to speak. But. This broad a new problem. How actually do you find out? SOMEONE'S CAST? So Good question. How does one person Oh you're cast light it is not like you have a color which gives away your identity. Same Cornelia says, sometimes, it's easy. You just read someone's cast by their surname sometimes you cannot hide and how about your real surname is it easy to hide your? Name doesn't go my cost us a k. that this wife immediately when I only seven, they will ask me whole willing come from which part of the state you come from. There had to ask a follow up question. If you can't tell by surname, you can ask about someone's neighborhood are also tried to be clever I come from Hyderabad slow from Hyderabad. It's the city of nine million people all casts are there. So that's the people are not satisfied if you do named. So what they do is no, no. No. I'm not talking about with city you come from willow would your parents which relates Came from Sam keeps dodging the real question might played into used to stay in Bombay. Can. Actually before that, my father used to work. So he was daily. You just keep naming, cities. Because that is the facts also, then they will. They will understand that I'm playing around to the. Sam Doesn't want to reveal his cast because most of his Indian coworkers from dominant castes in fact, the overwhelming majority of south, Asians in America from dominant castes. They're often the ones with the resources and access to get here. The other portion usually people ask is already which. Because Brahman Salvage. Aliens. If you say. If you are in. Indian Austin Indian to find overcast he would say. Which stadium by Bertha, by choice and. The tricky thing about this is that a CO worker could be overhearing this entire conversation. is still have no clue what they're really talking about. They will not even the people were very active about this. In always discrimination and all they might have not heard about cast at all. One person who has written about this hidden code it's Sora. John. Day He's a scholar at Harvard and he wrote a book called cast matters I am A. Child of a former landless labourer and someone who is to clean toilet. into the houses of the dominant caste people. So I'm a I'm adult Indian, and when I come to, of course, America I am a person of color. This two identities that help him see things that other people don't see for example, suraj points out this video they came out last fall. Okay. So what we're GonNa Cook today is an Indian recipe. Yes. Because you are yes. Okay. This is a video filmed in the kitchen of the actor and writer Mindy Kaeling on this day when Senator Comma Harris has stopped by to cook. So we Indian actually were both south Indian guests come Larisa Jamaican father and a mother from Chennai in southern India looks like the entire one half of my family. Thank you to I've been telling people related already. It's basically. Almost mother was a Brahmin the priestly cast who according to tradition
Will Smith is hosting an Airbnb stay at the 'Fresh Prince of Bel-Air' mansion
"So I just found out that the fresh prince of bel-air the mansion in La they airbnb manage. So you can stay in it for night and Kinda live. Like will Smith did back then and it's only thirty dollars a night. How crazy eighty dollars thirty dollars a night you can stay in the mansion the. Same mentioned the fresh prince taped fresh prince of Bel. Air. But this is my problem it sold out already thirty dollars. It sold it as thirty dollars a night damn Bertha I I know for a fact that envy is not reading the other stipulations. There's no way that places just thirty dollars night it's got to be more to celebrate at thirtieth anniversary is thirty dollars. And the money is go into odd I, believe the boys and girls club something like that. That donate all the money but thirty dollars was to. Do to keep it like you get to keep it for three days. pood- at one night exactly like how long do you get to stand there for thirty dollars? Does it matter? Says Dole. That's like. History is only is one bedroom one, bad one bed one private bath. House I don't know how they did that maybe the only giving you a section of the house. said, it's It was just used as the exterior just of course, it was a movie set on the inside but. What had been his bedroom and bathroom on the show along with the poolside lounge and dining room. That's still nobody did it that? I would have did that for thirty dollars that would have been no but his sold out already.
"bertha" Discussed on Pardon My Take
"All right. Let's finish up with a couple segments and billy's list by the way hank that was dirty. What you just did hank just text me it text the group if the Lakers advanced past the first round, they plan to wear Black Mamba Jerseys to honor Kobe Bryant and the following rounds. Respect. So that means it after I just went on that rant about how the blazes have. No chance pledge will absolutely win and then they'll never wear the jerseys. Well, yeah, and Laker Dan will strike again that sounds said it'd be a shame. Which you wouldn't be blazers and five Oh, my revised my prediction. Zip Five. Keep talking I'll drop into four. Oh fucking crazy. You won't do it. Players in five still okay we have talking soccer. Messy. Messy got his shit pushing the only guy on the field. He can't what's The yoursel talking throw in? Kick an enthroned Marlin we can has. But he can't stop, he can't play defense offense the same. He can't stop eight goals from Byron Munich Dow was that whatever guess who wasn't playing on Friday Rinaldo already out of these out? Yeah. Up a messy now wants to transfer. He wants to even though he's got another year, let's get some with some winners. Why doesn't messy GOTO MLS? He's Landau needs the guy go what are he's like thirty three. That time, he would fucking wreck the. They should just give messy team. Yes. Hey bring bring whoever you want. They make out an air. Yes. Yeah. Here messy. You get the youngstown penguins they were boom done and you don't have to worry about the tax evasion charges that everybody gets in soccer. You know you actually should give him a team in Delaware boom tax even messy. You get the Delaware Fighting Dell's the the Delaware Sue Delaware's. Domus. Nice I like that. Yeah. Messy I. Hope he I hope he does eventually come to the MLS I'm sure that he wound like seven years once he's totally washed up. Yeah but they're saying he might go to man, sit your menu and that was talking to cool. Down for my need my guy that he might goat to be with some winners if. If you don't think he's the goat then you're fucking idiot. Yes fucking. I also have a Mike Greenberg's dumb rules. This just came across So this is per John Heyman said new MLB covid rule players who test positive can apply to return to play in ten days even if they continue to test positive but still need MLB joint committee. Okay. And they're very likely to be allowed back after fourteen days even with continuing positives reasoning contagious dissipates. So baseball I guess like twenty steps ahead of the rest of the world when it comes. I'm actually you know what I'm going to baseball credit on this one because for once they're doing something that doesn't involve just like slapping an extra d. h. on there and calling that how they're addressing. Yes. Okay. Verbal meme. Up The tank of water is everything going to shit and then the tape that's going into flexible that's going over it is more. Rob Manfred Brain. Yeah. He's. He's got a lab coat on and he's figured out this covert thing she fucking loves. Ya. UFC by the way, we should at least talk about it the I poke. fight. E Shit and now. Everyone obviously saw steep as I poke with Cory Korea had poked him in the eye earlier in the fight, right? So it was a little like, Hey, even off all fair in love and war, we can just poke the fuck out of each other but that thing was nuxie deep dude he. D He found the G spot endanger Korea's brain that was a nasty look, and then even after the Fight Korea was like still can't see on my left is yeah. I ever again. That look like that. was like billions frogs. Yeah. That's how hardy when he got he gets really deep in their. Yes I think he left a ring behind. Hopefully new gourmet doesn't die like birth. Would you rather get poked in the eye? Be a frog who got fingered by billy or have somebody stop on your foot in fight. I would say stopped on the foot. Yeah probably. Yeah. Yeah. Poke the. You've never write a nice part about getting fingered by billy fear a frog is at least he die afterwards to think about it too much. Yeah. That's true. I'm officially unemployable That's that happened a long time ago my friend. All right last supplus bills, lists Oh. Yeah. take a look at the old packet here but let's see the packets. A Rod clear-cut favourite to by the mets from the Alex. Jones. Times. Let's see none of these. Really Billy. Did you put anything about the Fire Tornado on here oh? Far Thereto was wild that is the story of weather. Hey Dude like twenty twenty is not bad enough. We check that on your Pingo Card Yeah Twenty twenty. Is there anything about? Another one that's getting cheap like the cormet steep I poke steep may twenty twenty Daniel Corner. All of us it's those are free. That's free cloud online folks it's. Back the twenty twenty it's going to be so sweet on January first when everything starts kick ass again. Yeah. All right. Here's a good one. Let's finish with this. How stronger guerrillas. I general guerillas are forty nine times stronger than the average male human being according to Guinness Book of Records. silverback gorilla can lift up to eighteen hundred pounds of dead weight in comparison a well, trade human being can lift maximum of.
"bertha" Discussed on Pardon My Take
"You know I don't know how to explain I. Just note for you. Felt it. When you first saw lady Gaga you're like, okay, that's it like she's going to be incredible. One, hundred percent of the moment I met her but then she made she confirmed it when she went in to boost the demo song out that's what I was like, Oh yes. This is the star. Is there somebody that you've met that you've been like I don't know and you kind of passed on them and then you saw couple years later they blew up shit my I wasn't right that day YEP and every day I'd be like Damn. How did I miss that one but it was great. Oh, really well, no I'm with you I agree with wheat so. The what was your first introduction to drink you? You heard me song and you're like, nope, not going to have it. Now no actually this was before. Years before I even met Drake I had his name cardinal official and he was also from Canada and Cardi brought me a mix tape that he did before the Was the best I ever had. Yeah. So she she played me to mix tape but at the time he didn't sow obviously anything like you sound today because he sounded more like a Eminem type rapper at that time you know what I mean and my mind I'm like as adult rapper but desert someone out that kind of style was super similar and was very like it wasn't original enough for me. Okay. Yeah. I mean you know looking back on it that probably cost you tens of millions of dollars that socks. You catch them all and you're not really can't. You really can't You could say predict someone's growth because everyone grows differently and boy that boy because I mean even I? Think there was a moment where Sylvia Rhone thought that trey songz going to be bigger than drake you know no one's extent dissipated drake's growing the way it grew like right now he's probably one of my favorite rappers if I had to pick one yeah that's that's wild that you've that that is like your coaching tree almost is that you've got lady Gaga and all those people that have. Followed you long what what type of mentor ship to provide to them to help them reach that star status. Well, it's more. So just kind of polishing and in like injecting the confidence in what they already have because you really can't like I always I always disagree when people say well, they can make people off or I made your because you wouldn't be who you are always believed that people have natural. Talents and you've got to help them discover that talent within themselves. Because once they get that confident, then they can man this show positive that you never even saw was even there know not. I, mean that was kind of hinders artist from gin to that place is that lack of fearlessness and that lack of confidence I think the momaday acquired blows, two parts, men, sky's limit as to how far they can go. Talk Real quick about your city that you're building. You're building a futures futuristic city in Africa that has its own crypto currency called ACORN. Did you this whole thing because a coin is just like the perfect name for crypto currency. Your I got to build a criminal currency might as well build the city around bat whereas it. Is. Almost in that order. Almost in that order. So I got involved in crypto currency back in two, thousand, thirteen, fourteen when I met brought peers at the time he was one of the biggest bitcoin holder and he's is very influential in bitcoin world considered to be one of the founders of you know a group of other founders but he's like super impactful in that space and a guy named Ken Rakowski. Rep. Actually. Introduced me to him. So He kinda school me to what it was. How was moving at the time I saw how digital payments were growing really fast. Can they work because they were already doing it in Africa you know but they had in recent in America yet to that level. So I kind of already understood the concept but then when he walked me through the Process. Of How bitcoin work back in and then you know McGinley the idea of what all blockchain met and how would actually reach you know was impactful to the platform itself. That's what I was like Oh this is the solution for Africa. So I said I got to create my own African coin. So I called it the a coin for African coin it gets so hat. Happens Yeah Yeah. I was like. This was meant for me. This is perfect. Mean it all kind rolled together but then you have a coin, you all in mine is a utilization. Utilization Coin. So I have to have some you could utilize it towards right. You can't have a coin and you can't spend it or you can't use it towards anything of value. So Mile Ideas I want the token is not only entrepreneurs all throughout Africa and the and the resources of Africa already has to give but someone everyday basic everyday life. We start to realize that you can go to certain parts of villages and people using their. Cell, phone minutes s constantly like they will go in and buy some fish and then transfer like maybe ten minutes of cell phone minutes for the purchase of that. That's how crazy and how you could say how. Confident, they were of the local dollar. So that's what I said. Okay. We need to create not only the a point where we want to create what we now call the Atomic Swat where you can actually take your cell phone minutes and you can actually convert those to actually coins spill real currency and when you travel outside of Africa those Acorns, you'll have and hold the same value. Tomek swap has just bad, ass very cool. So it's Yes I really like it house the city going, where are you at in terms of the building of the city in four like sold city was it took about five years materialized where we are today It's an eight billion dollar project But then we had brought it down to a six billion dollar project just last month, we were able to secure the six billion dollars for the city. So now we have everything in order including the master. Plan to city and come January. Of Two thousand, twenty, one, we start construction. So first phase in which will be in three phases tenure project first phases. The first years will you'll be able to after the first phase of the first building project you'll be able to fly into the city have fun work and play by twenty, twenty, four hold where the plan I mean like you talk about dreaming big eight, billion dollars is more than six. Yeah but also. A coin. Yeah, exactly. So you are building an entire city what goes along with that for you like do you become king of that city or when you fly in like what type of do you get there? Yeah. So what I'm trying to do is make it a free zone where there's a tax free zone and also I'm trying to set it up to where when you come into a coin I mean a constant city also come in, you can actually apply for your own passport to the city so it Becomes a city independent of the city that is actually sitting in, and we WANNA do which all throughout African eventually one day take it outside of America I mean outside of Africa into.
"bertha" Discussed on Pardon My Take
"My whose back is Mark Jackson Mark Jackson is back. So the Bulls fired Jim Boylan on Friday which I gotta give a shout out to Jim Boylan, because as terrible of a coach that he is and he is truly truly terrible like never has anyone been less qualified for a job than Jim Boylan I still miss him because he's on this podcast. Yes that's true. No billy is more qualified be on this podcast Jim. Boylan, was to coach NBA team. That's bold statement IQ Jim Boylan. I'm. Going to miss him still because of his quotes about soul quotes about growth plates, his random timeouts the time that he burned all his time out with like six minutes left in the fourth quarter the time he did hockey shifts the time that he had the bulls do a practice after back to back and then the team had mutiny, and then he had a leadership committee what about the time card at time cardis there's so many most i. do you want to just say one quote that? Sums up the essence of Jim Boylan forgot about this I thought retreat on my timeline in. Two Thousand Nineteen he must have I. don't know where he was or what was going on why I guess. I know what was going on earthquake Jim Boylan talking about earthquakes said I just think it's awesome. The power of nature to think that subject can move that building that much it's on spiring to me. That just tells you what he is. He Jim Boylan would there would be an earthquake and you just stand underneath the building being like watches building top. That's GONNA. Die I like that he's fascinated by nature. It's like that insane clown Sasha Song about magnets like holy. People don't take time to think about nature small miracles but Jimmy does Jimbo. Jimbo fired I don't know who the Bulls are going to hire, but also the Pelicans fired Alvin gentry. So Mark Jackson is now going to be talked about and I. Think I heard it correctly that he said Zion was his rookie of the year. Over the weekend, which is awesome because it's just such a she'll move by a guy who's been calling Zion fat all year to then how the Pelicans Fire Alvin gentry and him being like this. Zion. Kid He's good. Listen Mark Jackson knows how to get a job. And keep a job usually that's one thing that he's very, very good at I. Think he I think Mark Jackson is realized that the longer he stays announcing the like someone's going to be like, Hey, we should probably be done with Marceca's announcer. Yeah. So he knows that it's time to get a job as a coach I hope to God it's not with the Bulls, but I do hope to God it is. With the Pelicans because I'd love to just watch that Bruins I on and everyone would be like what the fuck and will win an NBA title the minute Mark Jackson Fire. Right. This is how this dog brains in America work. We see somebody on TV long enough talking about a sport and we think that they are capable now of coaching I don't think anyone high love. Jackson's Cape. Oh he's started started to convince people. He's going to get a job though. No that doesn't mean anyone thinks he's capable that just means it's in the front office or just going with a name, right? That's what I'm saying. Yeah. But that they know he's not but that's that's what we think is like we see somebody on TV enough and they become an expert. You Forget. Jackson assembled that Golden State Warriors same yes. Kevin Durant would not have a ring if it weren't for March really did he he he he put in the culture that ended up winning yup? Those. Titles. You're WHO's back Lacrosse. Okay I, who El, just very Chris Hogan just signed with the jets. His Fourth AF AFC east team meaning that we're going to hear Lacrosse be brought up in every jets broadcast. Yes. So gotTA collect. I like that I like that he's played for every single team in that division. Now, he knows all the secrets You talk about going to jail this weekend I did not go to jail and got arrested on Thursday night Yup I did not get arrested after it was weird because you were up drunk tweeting note till like eleven thirty midnight, and then you didn't tweet for sixteen hours and your first tweet back was If you mix pre-workout Tequila hundred percent chance go to jail. And did not go to jail. He didn't mix pre workout in to kill. No I didn't because you'd go to jail Oh. Okay. So that was that was the thought you just took a little. Zero dark thirty on Friday this out of out of cancers can you guys give me a break mourning the loss of my frog? Yeah. What happened that was that was very graphic thing to put on twitter just randomly raw dog in a dead frog in our face will r.i.p why are Bertha maybe like trigger huts name was Bertha who her name was. Yeah she girl yes. I'm sure how to find out because the female. Frogs are larger than the males anyway. Did you touch Bertha's personnel I did. Did you look at it. I don't have the honest with me. It's really. Really. This is not happening. I got arrested got. Right yeah. fingering. Fraud you got arrested I. Don't don't put dead frogs on the twitter timeline i. Are. Dead Fish. So when he puts his dogs. Boehner. Pictures. Know Do Funny always a boater is also. Figuring frogs. US. Why wouldn't. Be. How old was he? It's a psalm fucked layer in little basement. Not One hundred percent. Sure. But I had it for five years. Okay. Five years feels like a long time to. lassen. We don't deserve. FROGGY Christ come on. Anyway though the frog sex ducks a little. Little. Far like he just like she just died. Do you think she's a piece? Yes. She finally Frog Heaven Yeah Do. You feel a little bit responsible for not feeding her on Thursday night through Friday afternoon. DOTTED, jail. Way Built. A FROG can contingency plan on if you do get arrested yeah..
"bertha" Discussed on Pardon My Take
"WHO's back the week hey, I actually forgot we we talked we how Howie misses the beginning Alex Smith is back Oh. Yeah, he is. Can we just say does it stop spraying slippery liquids around Alex? Smith's feet. Put up a video of Alex Smith on his family celebrating the fact that he was returned to play football again. And he doesn't look like he can play football he his leg. I think I could play football better than he could play by Joe. He couldn't. He couldn't avoid the rush of his five-year-old spraying like Dasani on them, and then they put up pictures of his leg and it's like disturbing not well, his leg is in basically a forever cast right now he doesn't go anywhere without that like a style compression sleeve that goes from his ankle to his testicles and I guess it's like keep germs out of his leg like as much as possible. But I, I want him to play but I don't don't don't want you. I want to see him out there be happy that I don't Alex. please what Dr. Redskins. Or. Excuse me the Washington football team Doctor I. Also, just love everyone you just saw that like red meat of auto re tweets just tweeting like. Alex Smith broke his leg two years ago this day like. Thought he was going to get amputated now cleared to yeah. It's seven thousand retweets like I saw that tweet seventeen hundred. Yes. Like Ryan Shazier walking to midfield to flip a coin they're like the doctors of clear isn't this great story? Jimmy also almost broke zank on the flip flop. Did you see? That would have been I don't. I mean that objectively would have been. If he just broke his ankle like his other ankle bubby celebrating becoming coming back. Yeah. It is like kids create a slippery driveway and he just shattered his leg. Their leg that would have been one of the funniest videos of all time. I'm comfortable saying all liquids away from Alex Smith leg at all don't even pee on your feet Alex Smith a shower Oh don't shower. I I don't think he can. Fund yourself fast. It's like it's like a giant sleeve that he wears, but it also is a constant reminder that like, Hey, that lakes fucked up. Yes. Very fucked up. He's got like the the Black Patch NBA players were on their jerseys just in remembrance of his legs. Yes. FIBIA. What else you got mother whose back was canceled culture. Oh, these people will stop at nothing until one in the world is canceled and last week they got my boy Genghis Khan O- crazy hanky. This can't guy up the guy, the Guy Dine peace the only the only killed like eleven of the population eleven percent cat don't don't exaggerate more say the problem, but we did get. Like Hey. Genghis. Khan had some good ideas without him. We would not be in the place that we are where we saying billy you were. Out there saying that he set up a system of checks and balances and government and. Murder you. If you say anything bad about all I'll either fuck you emerged choose like there's something like seven percent of the population has his why chromosome. Wasn't there the argument that he actually helped in global warming because he killed so many people. Yes. Live long enough to become. You know it's like, what's the? What's no little girl Greta now? Ganga's con if basically the same if you're dead long enough, you'll also become available. Yes. So live long. Die Young enough to be a hero or live long enough to see yourself villain. But then you die and then you get good again and then you get bad handled wants twitter gets. Dude frigates for this can. Not all kinds spread horses. What horses got spread because of the Mongols okay. I'm caroline rode horses. So sex spread them yet. The use of them yet. In they left probably left some horses when they left. So horses. So secretary would not exist gangbangers GASCON thank. You borrow the the Alex Smith of horses would not have existed note Genghis Khan. all PF t your who's back my who's back of the week is cal slaughter. Oh. Yes. Right. My my little hobby horse that I. I fucking love cow slaughter. He is the epitome. Every team has this quarterback, the quarterback that is the best preseason quarterback of all time and you always think in the back of your head like this guy could be. A superstar only everybody else saw him what I'm seeing them I think he's thrown eleven touchdowns one interception like eleven hundred passing yards. He has the highest preseason completion percentage of inequality back ever I'm pretty sure and I think he's going to your bears, but there's no preseason but there's no preseason this year. So we're finally going to get to see what just. A non preseason environment are we in the Treasury right now? Sure. SAW SLOW MO video. Mitch trubisky looks awesome. There you go. during US ease was a fucking perfect spiral. Perfect spiral you've got her you'll good. We also got her first taste of Joe Borough in a bengals. throwing. Like a six yard slant to Aj Green Love it looked awesome. Yes. The ball was a spiral was on. It was slow Mo That's all it takes make your quarterback. Austin but I, saw this I wanNA club that Spiro I was like my God he hit him in stride. There was no defense being played but that doesn't matter is ride perfect spiral. Just GonNa say there you go out star Mitchell's back because a twenty twenty weird shoes happened. Let's do it because of the pressure that slaughterers putting on them from from behind both him and Nick foles met magic mistress who won the? MVP. Why was that laugh? Why was that a lot? Something completely different I was thinking I was thinking about Mitch totally either who's back. Yeah bar fights are back. There was a bar fight on my street this weekend, which is fucking sweet because yes, we haven't had any bar fights since lockdown started. That's major watershed moment. Yeah it was like twelve people. I got a notification on my little neighborhood APP. So self care and big time you. So. I went outside and I walked Leroy around the corner and there was like shattered glass everywhere in their police officers like, yes. This fucking sweet nature's ow. Did you give a statement I did not give states probably offered. Oh, please hung around. Let me say something I hung around for a second to see if there was going news cameras showing up then I know I heard this split came right downstairs. Going on..
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"Okay so. You Formula Instagram and said you've probably seen a the pieces of it, but. I've been slightly cracking over the last five or six weeks. Because the load has been heavy can say we have. Six weeks ago, also I was just like I. Don't think as possible. And a couple of sleep, Buzzer, four or five in the morning because I couldn't fall, asleep, have stressed about it. We sent me to worse than they functioning so tired I was like losing days and was just like anyway, but I'm. I'm on the last week and week. Now I'm going to be on vacation. For two weeks family and just like unplugged. were, catching some a breath of fresh air But it's been it's been heavy in. It's interesting because. Like yesterday well. My sister came in town Smithsonian hurl families. Let's say. I hate. I don't want to ever be the person misses a party because of work, so I have to part of the party. Something like doing all this stuff like making sure. There and I guess they my daughter Bertha, but they all went to roaring springs. This is a big water park here for her birthday. Mike I can't miss that so. Waking up like five in the morning from five till noon, getting basically wholefood workday, and they took off with them, worrying springs till like eight o'clock at night we got back and and then it went from eight till two thirty in the morning, so we're two shifts that day plus the ship the kids. It's like sleep is basically I got to get rid. Something only can get rid of a sleek Mike in fun. Family I can read projects that pull out sleep and get rid of it. which you can't do for too long. But now it's Tuesday. Fat Tuesday and Wednesday for me to go, and and getting all the new coaching modules that are going to be launching next week at all done, and then plus I have three event, which is a virtual event, which means I'm only when they're speaking, so I've got a dozen or so presentation. I'm working on their. Needless to say it is a lot. The, the burden is heavy, but the good news is is like it's almost like this week to be able to unplug speak. So we're GONNA talk about those shortcuts 'cause like in the process of. Moving forward fast I can't. I for. Right 'cause. There's everything done. Like it's impossible so yet. Look for shortcuts and so one icing about this whole like I don't know. Maybe it's bad, but say for me. It's like I tried everything like. Prepaid. Plan I just. Like just in time production like like everything, get unjust in time. It doesn't get done early ever like it never has my life I never got homework done until the minute delay right I never got projects that because like. Because if it's like if I planet to advance and all time to think and then like. The greatest comes when you're under pressure and stress. Discovering these shortcuts, and so yesterday got back and waterpark sitting there. It's like eight o'clock nine o'clock nine and my bad start working on the modules again. It's like I. Don't think it's done in time and I'm thinking like. How can I short? How short this looking for the shortcut right? And then like appeared in a shortcut in this situation was whose? whose products and whose content whose courses license to shortcut I'm doing and all sounds like. Oh, my gosh, like there was this modulated create probably would I mean realistically to create the whole thing, and it would have been good, but I don't know if could have been great. And I was like Oh. My Gosh, some in our community whose create something. That's great. As they can shortcut like could I wonder if she'd be willing to let me licenses so I called it up on through boxer Mike. Hey I need a a quick favor would be would license. Mean you're tired course, and and within about fifteen is we figured out a deal and a structure today I'm wearing her money, and she sent him your course and like I'm going to be playing that into the the training to fill this gap, and what's crazy is like like it. Just shortcut to me week like I just bought myself a week back. That would've had to figure out somewhere on the boat. It Lake. How that word anyway, but I bought myself a week back. And the reality is was she created was so much better than harder created like it's already man make looking at the stuff that she's sending over this way better than what I would have done she so much more detail, oriented and and And just everything's more thought through. Bet like it was just like it was a shortcut shortcuts. Save me a week worth of time. It saved me So much stress and anxiety and and then it actually to better myself, and so got me thinking like man whereas short cutting things. I'm looking at now everything. I'm doing right now in this in this window like he cannot do. What can I give some like? What's the? What's the things that working I work a shortcut? Was Licensing. Course and licensing content, and in this morning of three other people that I K, you Jimmy Product I can license or coarser. I can license teaches concept that you know better than I do can license it, and the people are sending me stuff like I'm speaking on my process. Anyway, I WANNA show us because I had conversation with todd. WHO THOSE ZERO! Todd dickerson's business partner click funnels. He's the dude who built the original quick finals. He's genius literally smarts permit. Don't tell them that because head will get bigger, but No, he's like literally. The smartest person ever met my life.
Miami - With storms in May, Florida lawmaker wants a longer hurricane season
"One one Florida lawmaker wants a longer hurricane season since storms are beginning earlier in the year democratic U. S. representative Stephanie Murphy is asking the national oceanic and atmospheric organization to begin the hurricane season in mid may currently it runs from June through October but in each of the past six years there has been at least one named storm before June first this year to tropical storms Arthur and Bertha formed in the middle of may the third tropical storm so far Cristobal formed at the beginning of
"bertha" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Tropical depression Bertha thanks to Bertha for canceling the launch it was actually the the tail and some of these showers and thunder showers extending down into Florida as birth though was making its way inland across North Carolina and this morning continues things of for the most part the bulk of precip is clear North Carolina you still got some lingering showers streaming them from them but they called would be the feeder bands the bulk of the previous precip now up into western portions of Virginia you've got a lot of rain up in through West Virginia from Charleston the Parkersburg hadn't up into southern portions of Ohio will see some of this rain reaching all the way up into the of the Columbus area overnight tonight but that's where we start with our travelers whether a service of our friends at travel centers of America TA and Petro stopping centers home of the world blends coffee the freshest roast on the road Bertha made landfall with maximum sustained winds of fifty miles per hour yeah just give to the east of Charleston South Carolina that was about nine thirty in the morning Wednesday according to the national hurricane center the landfall of curry and about one hour after birth so quickly formed right there near the South Carolina coast Wednesday morning we were talking twenty four hours ago that there was going to be a very slim window of opportunity for this thing tough to ramp up and intensify enough to become maybe a tropical depression or tropical storm of course it is now we getting there is it continues in land it's winding down it's more or less what's the remanence now over Virginia but it did bring soaking rains and some flooding in the parts of the Carolinas and we'll continue to see some of those range right on through Thursday morning and you still got some gusty winds with this thing as it moves inland rainfall totals were see in two to four inches of local areas up to eight inches of rainfall no was weather prediction center issued a a moderate risk of excessive rain leading to flash flooding along the eastern slopes of the Appalachians in southwestern Virginia and north western North Carolina there are flash flood watches posted for some of those areas this morning our rain chances will continue across the southeast already into Thursday and Friday with that there's a separate weather system that's approaching from the south central states and that's the system that's bringing some heavy rains also tonight to parts of southern Texas we've got some thunderstorms stretching from Santa and tone to Houston all that activity is dropping to the south in the southeast to be headed down toward Victoria and eventually maybe a Corpus Christi Texas again with some heavy rains impacting those areas tonight how did birth a form so quickly though yeah from a tropical disturbance that they were kind of tracking over the Memorial Day weekend L. way down in southern Florida where it brought more than a foot of rain fall over a three day period to Miami Florida that widespread street flooding occurring there earlier this week circulation center became a bit better defined as an approach to the South Carolina coast on Wednesday morning some of the boy reports indicated tropical storm force winds near that center of low pressure it was indeed deemed a tropical storm by the national hurricane center since it had all the characteristics of a tropical storm yeah that includes a well organized area of low pressure the showers the thunderstorms and tropical storm force winds now but again shortly after officially becoming a tropical storm landfall in South Carolina you mentioned the other area of disturbed weather then it's moving through portions of southern Texas at this hour that storm system kind of strengthening and a while the distinctive feature lingers in the upper levels of the atmosphere there's gonna be a large pool of chilly air in the upper atmosphere over Texas and Oklahoma as we continue through the overnight hours tonight and there's gonna be some stronger storms flaring up as they have been through central Texas in tracking toward the Gulf coast the they'll eventually begin to fizzle out during the overnight hours but we did see some strong winds with these storms damaging wind gusts up to seventy miles per hour we've seen some reports of large hail with some of these storms through Texas Wednesday evening as well I saw a bit of your travelers weathers we get things under way Roland with Thursday want to look at twenty eighth day of may so a couple of days level.
Tropical Storm Bertha makes landfall on South Carolina's coast
"Dot com senior hurricane specialist Jack Bevan of the national hurricane center says tropical storm Bertha made landfall this morning on the South Carolina coast shortly after it formed it by its landfall near or just east of Mount Pleasant North Carolina a little bit to the east of the Charleston area was almost all storms with heavy rains several streets flooded in Charleston less than one thousand power outages were
Tropical Storm Bertha makes landfall on South Carolina's coast shortly after forming
"Forecasters were caught a bit off guard as a tropical storm system formed quickly off the southeastern coast line tropical storm Bertha packing high winds it's already drenched parts of other states as it makes landfall Dennis feltgen of the national hurricane center warns this system is not to be taken lightly the world Paul Burke is expected to produce total accumulations of two to four inches isolated totals of eight inches across central South Carolina and in the west central to far southeastern North Carolina and even up in the southwest Virginia and as we saw in South Florida this kind of rainfall may produce so even life threatening flash flooding that system currently packing winds at about fifty
Tropical Storm Bertha makes landfall on South Carolina's coast shortly after forming
"Topical storm birth has made landfall in South Carolina meteorologist Jeff daily says that birthed the tropical storm Bertha is their birth is gonna dump a general two to four inches of rain and that's gonna cause pockets of flooding can't rule out an isolated for NATO war too and the server's gonna remain rough along the Carolina and Virginia coast Charleston myrtle beach a clubby expected to be the most heavily affected the storm is expected to weaken to a tropical depression after moving
Tropical Storm Bertha has formed off the South Carolina coast and is expected to bring heavy rainfall
"Bertha is coming and she is a super soaker I'm mark garrison at WBTV news center tropical storm Bertha what we're talking about she will impact our lives in the next twenty four hours heading in our direction from Charleston rainfall amounts of up to four inches in some spots but there could be a few spots that could hit eight inches with areas especially in the upstate of South Carolina and across western North Carolina Richard Llewellyn with the weather channel so a lot of rain coming expected to start sometime this afternoon
Tropical Storm Bertha makes landfall on South Carolina's coast
"H. National Weather Service says the biggest threat for severe storms this evening here is north and west of the city there's possibility for damaging winds and large hail tropical storm Bertha has formed off the South Carolina coast but it's not a threat to us forecasters were caught a bit off guard is tropical storm Bertha form quickly off the set southeastern coastline Bertha is has high winds and already is drenched parts of other states as it makes landfall Dennis feltgen with the national hurricane center warned it's not a system to be taken lightly the rainfall first is expected to produce total accumulations of three to four inches isolated totals of eight inches across central South Carolina and in the west central to far southeastern North Carolina and even up in the southwest Virginia and as we saw in South Florida this kind of rainfall may produce even life threatening flash flooding has wins at roughly fifty miles per hour but again this is not a threat to the
Tropical Storm Bertha makes landfall on South Carolina's coast
"Tropical storm Bertha made landfall in south Carolina's coast this morning shortly after forming it is the second named storm this year and the Atlantic hurricane season has yet to start the national hurricane center forecast calls for heavy rain from birth expected to weaken to a tropical depression as it moves
Tropical Storm Bertha makes landfall on South Carolina's coast
"Tropical storm Bertha made landfall on south Carolina's coast this morning shortly after forming it's the second named storm this year and the Atlantic hurricane season has yet to start the national hurricane center forecast heavy rainfall from birth and it's expected to weaken into a tropical depression as it moves
"bertha" Discussed on The Dictionary
"Hello Words nerds welcome to another episode of the dictionary. Podcast the one where the guy is saying. Stuff with all the words and the definitions. This first word is Bertha B. E. R. T. H. A. It is a noun from eighteen forty to a wide round collar covering the shoulders. This is French birth from birth with a capital B which means Bertha with a capital B. So it's probably the name. Oh that was a specific person Bertha. Who died in seven eighty three? No no one at the beginning of that not seventeen. Eighty three seven eight three That was a long time ago and she was the queen of the Franks so she probably wore this thing Which there is a picture of this wide round collar covering the shoulders Looks kind of fancy so she probably wore one and they said hey. We're going to call that Bertha all right now. We have Bertillon System Capital B. E. R. T. I L. L. O. N. Second Words System Noun from eighteen ninety three a system for identifying persons based on bodily measurements photographs and notation of data as markings color and thumb line impressions Big Data. This is from bear Alon who died in nineteen fourteen and was a French criminologist while sure. Of course then. The definition makes a lot more sense now now. We have barrel B. E. R. Y. L. is a Noun from the thirteenth century. A mineral consisting of silicate of beryllium and aluminum of great hardness that occurs in colorless hexagonal prism when pure and in various colors as green blue yellow or pink when not pure that is valued as a source of gems and that is the principal source of beryllium long definition. You know what I realized recently is that I don't I think of every single definition In this book is one sentence. Correct me if I'm wrong but I'm pretty sure that they've written it in such a way that it can just be one sentence. That's kind of interesting okay. This is From Middle French Baril from Latin Barillas from Greek Bariloche which means Which is a back formation from bear which means barrel and that is of Indo Aryan origin and is akin to the Perak read word Varela or Viloria couple ways to break that word and that means barrel. Now we have beryllium. It is a noun from circa eighteen. Forty seven a steel gray light. Strong Brittle toxic developed metallic element used chiefly as a hardening agent in alloys. And then it says to see the element table. Well there were a whole lot of adjectives that describe that steel gray light strong brittle toxic development and metallic that was seven seven adjectives but a couple of them seem to conflict strong and brittle interesting. Okay we have beseech. This is a verb from the twelfth century. Transitive is I one to beg for urgently anxiously number two to request earnestly synonym is employer. Now we have integrative to make supplication and then we have a synonym. It is the word. Beg B E G. Beseechingly is an adverb now. We have been seem B. E. S. E. E. This is an inch transitive. It's a verb from the thirteenth century. Starting with transitive. It is archaic to be fitting or becoming and now the transitive is also at archaic to be suit. Suitable to synonym is befit next. We have beset. It is a verb from before the twelfth century and I think we just have transitive one to set or stood with or as if with ornaments number two synonyms are trouble and harass as in inflation besets. The economy three to set upon synonym is a sale as in the settlers were beset by savages. Three beat to him in synonym is surround. Be Sentiment is a noun and that is good for that. Next is be setting adjective from sixteen thirty four constantly. Present or attacking. Synonym is obsessive. Now we have be shrewd it is a verb transitive verb from the fourteenth century. It is especially southern also archaic and we have this in an curse. I am going to put a curse on you I am going to be shrew you. Yeah that's weird next we have beside. It is a preposition from the thirteenth century. It is the I form one a by the side of synonym. No Sin not sending him as in walk beside me. One be in comparison with one see on a par with number. Two Synonym is besides number three not relevant to as in beside the point. Well I usually put an S. At the end I would say besides the point I guess it depends on the context beside oneself means in a state of extreme excitement. Ooh I'm so excited them beside myself with excitement that I get to read this book to. You all right now. We have the second form of beside. It is an adverb from the fourteenth century. One IS ARCHAIC. Synonym is nearby. Number Two is also archaic. Synonym is besides with this. That is our next word. Besides I form preposition. From the fourteenth century one synonyms are other than and accept as in no one besides US number two together with as in a decision that besides being practical is morally right. What an interesting example. Now we have the second form of besides advert from fifteen sixty four one as well. Synonym is also number. Two synonyms are moreover and furthermore. Now we have the third form of besides. It is an adjective from fifteen ninety. Four synonym is else. Now we have the last word for this episode is besieged B. S. I. E. G. E. It is a verb from the fourteenth century. And this one goes over to the next page I think it is just transitive number. One to surround with armed forces to a to press with requests. Synonym is importuner to be too 'cause worry or distress to synonym is beset. As in doubts besieged him and then B. Seizure is a Noun. So what is going to be the word of the episode? Let's pick Bertha as the word of the episode. Because I learned something new as I always do. When I do this. All right that is going to be it for this episode. Thank you for listening Rate and review the five star really helps a lot Even if you don't think it's five stars I would love for you to give me a five star review and then give me some constructive criticism but writing a an actual review writing some in. It could be two words super short. That also really helps me get more exposure on this thing and then if you WanNa talk to me. Send me a message on the various things that twitter instagram. Email mail facebook. And that's it. I'm going to go blow my nose because it's running. This has been Spencer Dispensing Information Goodbye..
"bertha" Discussed on Ridiculous History
"Of Borneo character which is kind of like racist kind of yeah. Yeah it's incredibly Re they painted wanted him in glue covered him in horse hair and then he would grunt fifty goofy after three weeks though he had to be hospitalized to the for and the glue off that in this process probably took some skin with it. That's how he got the name Goofy he would regularly appear in local papers burs for his various antics he drank six bottles. Appear in six minutes with a teaspoon that he shipped himself to Sacramento in a box He who is in a bunch of weird contests and then you know. Eventually he let people beat him blind for money and then by one thousand nine hundred he settled in Houston where he disappears is true But you know he left us with a with a pretty fantastic story As is was the story of Of Big Bertha yet and this concludes our episodes. Not really is this. Are you serious kind of asked for where it was but this happened in the last episode. Whatever it's tie gentlemen? WHOA WHOA? WHOA no fair calling no fair? Jonathan I did did say that Strickland Aka the quiz two episodes in a row heightening does your choice. How dare you welcome to ridiculous quiz? Dery some taking it all over episode. We'll have quizzes segment die doc. Id back that up after. Go out of town but I thought perhaps I could at least join you for this subsequent episodes since you were so very very confident invent at the end of our last meeting. Well you know I mean it was nice to have a little win And also it turns out. The tally. Isn't that far off at this. Point to down to two down eleven quizmaster and we know that. Thanks to you matthew now in Matthew One now Casey found that for us so we wanted to give you a specific shout out there matthew. Thank you for tally. In the score will try to keep track of it but we could only get to that point point with your help Speaking of The opposite of help Jonathan Strickland AK the Christer Or. Are we doing the thing again we are we are. I'm going to present to you. Historical scenario winter pawn at the end. You will have three months to decide whether I am giving a real moment moment in history or if I made it up cease and you will be able to ask me questions to clarify things following a rule of arbitrary nature which I will reveal to you after after I do the scenario now we talked apple awful my throat by the way as it was really good for awful bears little dry. It's a good look for you. Yeah anyway so you were talking about Something of a scam artist. Akon artistic been so. I thought I would follow that trend and with a scenario about a pretender ready. I am I hang up. I was sitting on the whole seat. You just sit on the edge okay. I'm ready will. Laikipia is best known to us as the principality that Vlad the impaler Inspiration for Dracula ruled over in the mid fifteenth century but it also has the distinction of being a region with the the shortest rule on Record Petrou. The third has that distinction of ruling Malaysia for only twelve minutes. Speeding managers say that he never really was the ruler of Willeke at all making him a pretender. At the time we'll AK- was in a state of civil war whereas numerous families vied leadership plus it was fending off attacks from the Ottoman Empire and poor Petru third. who was both great grandson? And you great great nephew to Vlad. The impaler inherited the position from his father. Mugniyah the third who was too ill to lead lead but under tremendous pressure from numerous sources had through the third abdicated. The position as soon as he could sign the document to do so later Louis lists would support after the third as rightful ruler. Even though Petra showed no signs of interest in ruling was in fact it's locked safely away in another another powerful families prison. Now you're arbitrary rule. Is that if you wish to ask a question. You must preface it with Blah Blah. Begin the timer. ooh Let me get a running start all right. I forgot it's another room. You you guys really need to get back into the studio and the I'm not sure what happened so go go Yes Mr Bullen vote. Excuse me what What time period are we talking? Fifteen twenty-seven when this happened fifteen twenty seven so I wonder if this is just this is to you guys. Also Casey I noticed is that you never back us up during the segment. This is I mean to be fair we we we. Don't pull them in. Yeah we WANNA make him suffer the ignominy of defeat and we also discovered last episode that he's semi in league with Jonathan. That's his alter ego as both sides so the thing. That's that's interesting here is fifteen. Twenty seven makes me wonder how they could have as precise estimates. Twelve minutes Tom Jonathan made a face. Just amazed that you've never heard of things like an hourglass. It's called an hourglass on a minute. Glass Bro Fair enough. Iv You know L. A.. I'm just I'm just posing that as an interesting thing. Perhaps we'll learn about Harare the study of time on the way here But what what do you what do you think I I kinda. I don't know man. I'm going through this optimistic faced such a dull one. I've kind of forgotten what it was about. Honestly at this point it's about the it was it was about about the pretender to the throne. Who is thought to have been technically the ruler of Valencia for twelve minutes signs of the caver? That's the EH twelve minutes I slow for. He signed the paper. Didn't want to be He abdicated but he had a mob of people who still wanted him to be the ruler. Mhm Jar by this audio podcast. Walden no the the just the level the offensive level of Glee on this guy's face as he looks back and forth from I know It sounds USA True True. It's probably wrong. Probably you know we should just do. Let's just rock paper scissors. And you know who's true and who's false I'll it'll be true again. It doesn't matter one two three shoe all right. We go and false then did he. This takes the fun out of it. When you're literally leaving I mean why? Am I even coming in here. All right no what's what's the well. You're technically correct. That's why you're mad because as well but you're not even using the faculties Jonathan Fist within the better papers. They're always wrong. Jonathan Tibi Fair unless we knew the stories specifically how what are we I. It is up to. You have to use your other. Sarah no no no. You're good at this. Serves flip a coin or well let me let me give you. Let me give you some some real history too so there is no okay through the third. There was a second but there was no petro. The third There was no Mugniyah. The third there was a Mugniyah the second but there was no mayor the third none of that was real however there is the story of a doll Fan in France Who technically was the regent of France for for all of twenty minutes before he abdicated the throne so that was what I based it off of? He has a record of the shortest reign. And that's only assuming fuming that you count it as being a legitimate rain and a lot of people don't because he essentially abdicated. Shortly after his father had also abdicated the throne so the revolution of eighteen thirty recall but that was That was the basis from which I drew inspiration And Yes yes. who had the vampire bid in? Because those I was trying to think of a kingdom that you probably wouldn't know anything about Oh well with Malaysia which said the one thing that anybody knows about that. Because you know it's real place and you know it's a real person that that anchors it in reality. Yeah and there were an awful if you look at the list of people who ruled that principality it goes back and Forth Fifty Times Times in twenty year span among two or three different families most of whom are related to one another through blood or marriage at least once or twice. So yeah that's why bloodlines Yeah which is weird. Because even during these periods of just rebuffed and ferocious incest people knew without being geneticist people knew.
"bertha" Discussed on Ridiculous History
"Heat gets to her. Willie they leave L. A.. But they get captured in Texas right. That's right and She This just examiner piece describes her reaction as being outraged innocence. Righteous indignation is would. I like to say And she really became a kind of a darling in the public eye because of Kinda like Bonnie and Clyde you know again that that whole the idea that victim blaming that we're talking about where people worship baddies because they they're looked at as like Robin Hood esque figures even though they're really kind of just in from themselves else. Yeah Yeah exactly. So this is where we see a very interesting twist. Bertha becomes a celebrity of sorts when they are arrested in Texas Bertha is acquitted and Willie is found guilty in a trial that it is surrounded by the Paparazzi and lookie Loos and so on. The judge apparently had a tough time forcing his way through the crowd to reach the bench. Willie goes up to San Quentin for a bit and Bertha's story spreads across San Francisco which leads Men Name Ned foster to make an introduction. You see Ned foster saw an opportunity in Bertha's strange celebrity or strange moment they would call it in the Pr Biz and and he said. Hey you're great you know Connery or whatever but why not check out showbiz an so bertha ends up doing this story a one woman show For this with this guy. The bailed out of jail in Texas. Yeah he's basically like a A promoter odor of sorts like a showman And they launch a booking at the Woodward's garden and eighteen thousand people came and to see her Her story where she kind of presented herself as the victim in kind of like an epic poem. My guess called the Confidence Glean would you like to would you bless us with a Reading Man oh shall we okay so inven- grasping men panther glittering entering gold. And find their bonanza in me. Is it wicked to show up. How badly their sold and the rogues that men can sometimes be think they lost a little bit of the meter at the end but you see what they're doing yeah romanticizing? They're they're doing exactly what we just cried. The very top of this show Selling that image even even further which I think is Almost another act of con artistry in itself Yes creed agreed and she Gets booked tat the Bella Union so now instead of getting booked by police. She's getting booked by promoters. Yeah and this is a big deal because at the time the Bell Union is the most popular venue for music in San Francisco News. Great Way at the San Francisco Examiner puts this. She discovered her. Lack of talent was no barrier to popular. Well we we can relate to that. Can we be a little a little too easily. She was paired with the of course the world famous OOFTA goofed the Personal favourite yeah. I'm sure we're all familiar with goofy But just in case someone's been living under a rock all these years Noel. Who could you tell us a little bit about goofed? Gupta he was like a barbary coast. which would be like a pirate situation? Right yeah And he is his stick was that he was a human punching bag And they would do these. Boxing matches were staged and She would knock him out. You know Mike Tyson punchout style and then then Decided to take it a step further and add a little humor and foster thought it'd be really cute to cast them in any version of Romeo and Juliet. Oh I should amend this real quick the barbary coast that they're referring to is a red light district in San Francisco. Snap okay so they. They're pirates of a sort. But the the made that we need to know about this guy. Is that sexy pirates You know a it depends on what you're into something out there for everyone and in Francisco's a big town. I mean it's all on the table incident in San Francisco. Red Light district. They say that is what they say. But the most important thing to know about this guy. This barbary coast character. Fifty fifty is that he literally made a living by letting people beat the SNOT. Got Out of him for money That's a weird. That's a weird gig to meet. You know what that feels like. That feels like an occupation. Someone would have in a French. Art House. Film assured does yeah. You've seen that film Casey. You know I can't think of any French. Art House films off the top of my head. However there's a unrealized harmony? Korean project called fight harm where he went out on the street with a hidden camera and just tried to go people into beating the crap out of him wow okay and he filmed like two or three fights. I think he ended up in jail. One time and And then decided the film was like impossible to complete because he was going to be dead by the time Senator Casey on the case always always. Today I learned something. What do you know about about your neighbors? What do they want? Who Do they love? Are they good neighbors to you. Are you a good neighbor to them. Neighbors are people live close to each other. They're able to talk with each other and be with each. And that's what you and Mr Rogers invited each of us to be his neighbor in his neighborhood. We learned how to be kind how to respect each other. He told us he liked us. Just that's the way we are. I'm Carla Wallace host of a new podcast called finding fred from iheartmedia and fatherly. I'm curious about how the spirit of Mister Roger's neighborhood can help us figure out how to be good neighbors in a world. That so often seems chaotic and violent and divided. That you have lots of neighbors that you play with the checkout finding Fred on the iheartradio APP apple podcasts or wherever you listen yes so it turns out this show is a hit and soon birth is going on tour across the West Coast host and she also has an open invitation to any men in the audience to try to wrestle her and she generally knocks them out. Yeah Yeah I mean. She's the heavy no pun intended. Oh yeah he'll he'll is better the heels the bad guy in wrestling okay. Yeah that makes sense yeah. She's you know she's the big ticket day got so she's a little beyond. She's in very NICI and way she she. She is beyond good and evil of wrestling. GotTa stop with these needs references anyhow. There's one more twist love. I don't even really a twist. Because it's what we kind of expected her to do. She tells her manager that our suitcase has a false bottom. So it's got a hidden compartment in that compartment. She says contains ten thousand dollars worth of Canadian bonds and thousands of dollars in jewelry. She says you handle handle the sale for me and they negotiate over the next few days how to move these Johnson this jewelry and while they're doing that Bertha is repeatedly borrowing in just small sums of money from her manager from foster. Yeah so the guy that gave her a new lease on life the ability to kind of go straight she ultimately totally betrayed him. Yeah Yeah Con. Sound you big time. So he agrees that he'll payer sixteen hundred dollars for the trunk but before doing so he sneaks into her room and their air foster discovers that the false bottom was itself false. It was a fake fake bottom so she burned that bridge. Looks like she earned a lot of bridges but to her. She said that she didn't care about the money she made. From the CON- jobs. She said she gave it away to needy people but the records show that was also a lie like many con artists. She just robbed everyone she could and she kept as much as she could. And you know all through this research I was like Gosh I wanNA see. This is a movie and it's It could be a possibility one of my favorite comedians. And from one of the only podcast that I listen to How did this get made Paul? Scheer has been seriously considering turning this into film He refers to her as a bad ass con woman who was not conventionally attractive and then he cites the New York Times referring to her As Bertha is a stout gross looking woman. And it's difficult to imagine how she succeeded in snaring so many victims by appeal to their confidence I for one would love love to see Paul Scheer Tackle tackle this film agreed and I know that we are all collectively on the edge of our seats here wondering if we can hear more about fifty goofy who I would like to see played by Willem Dafoe In this in this film one hundred percent He was born in Berlin. His name was burkhart. Got Bored Berlin as Leonard. Or Leon bore chart. That's right and really became part of the San Francisco Vaudeville scene starting at eight hundred eighty four. You're where he did a freak show where he played a kind of a stock character that you've seen a lot of a dime museums on market street. Some of which are still there actually is is a coin. Mus- A coin operated arcade machine museum in San Francisco. You can go see to. I don't know if I'm getting the name right but he played. I'm just wild man.
"bertha" Discussed on High and Mighty
"It's a great like, so it's just finding those weird and. Things get upset if they're not invited. Because they were they were there. You know? There's a rule in the Super Bowl thing is very good thing too. Because people often have plans so you can get out of the loop hall of like, I assumed you had plans. Yeah. Exactly. Oh, that's a fun one. Yeah. It's that will just be idea of like what I want to do for my birthdays like have a weird like I was talking about having like these two chefs I know that do weed infused cooking. I was like I wonder how much would cost them come over my house and make a bunch of dumplings or something. And then a host at a party at my house on all of that. What it is now? Yeah. I kind of liked the idea of like what you're saying experiences. Can you go somewhere? Can you do something? Can you just like like just I mean, and I just think that that's like I think when I started kicking in for me is when people would start having birthday dinners on taking you out for my birthday. So here's like ten people were all going to stick restaurant. I'm buying it. Because my birth. Oh, that's. Cool way of doing. Why I I love the whole like don't worry guys. I'm bringing a bunch of. Yes, you I'm making the drinks for us. But it's my birthday. Let's do blah. Yeah. I think that's like I'm all on board on this. You guys get gifts for each other still? Yes, we do do you. We my birthday is close to Christmas and tips is like before Christmas Jews January fourth and January thirty first. So. Yeah. So like that weird situation where we're like we should get each other birthday knocking each other Bertha gives but get each other Christmas gifts or flip it. Yeah. We've done something. Where I here's my rule them. I always get my wife a gift because whatever it is a we're not supposed to I never know. Never know. I got ping this year hard. She got me a Christmas Gucci flipflops, which is fast gift. And she literally she said if you're going to be outside smoking weed and flip flops all day, they should at least be Gucci. But I was like I thought we weren't getting each other gifts. And she's like we never said that..
"bertha" Discussed on From Scratch
"That's correct. I wanna switch to your bottling. Can you describe for those who don't see it? What the bottles look like. And how they're made when we found that the company we wanted to really sell Mexican craftsmanship. We tried to get inspiration from all over Mexico and found and exhibits in that Moselle, their the popularity Mexico City, and they had an exhibit specifically of the history of glass in Mexico. We found very beautiful a lot of working puffy carry bottles in a lot of work in the traditional handing grading method of Pepita at Beata, meaning small seeds. Yes, we took that idea and work with a local Mexican bottle producer to produce a antique decanters, but may modern and all of these done by hand in addition to the glass itself, which has this Pepita engraving on it's also each hand signed can you describe that because we're a small batch producer? We number every bottle by hand. And obviously with a date of when we bottled it are in produc- specific batch, and and everybody's hunt signed by were to my stroke euros is becoming Zia in Bertha Lewis of incoming was the first person that I that I convinced to be part of the team. And when we did our first batch, we realized that we both had the same initials whose name he's coming to see. Silence where we didn't have to fight over who assigning the bottles. So the pending on who's in in in our production facility, either one of us sign in the bottles. The brand is only since two thousand nine but the name it self CASA drug onus has a deep history drug onus referred to the queen's cavalry which lived in the town of San Miguel day day, which is kind of your the cultural heart of the company. Can you explain the history of drug onus Mexico that are going to were that were living in San Miguel million? The is one of the most elegant colonial towns in the heart of Mexico that are gone as where all ready for generation of Spaniards living in in the new Spain. And they were a little bit tired of all the changes in the crown as well as all the taxes that they had to paint for the crown. So they masterminded them movement of Mexican independence from semi leeann. The first spiritual meeting happened there in San meal, and because we're doing something we're trying to be rebels in our own category. We got really inspired by the rebellious spirit and spirit of independence, and my my business partner. Bob Pittman has the housing alleging that actually was the stables of that Reagan's. And as a nod to that into independent ethos. You have the number sixteen on your logo, which was the the date of independence September sixteenth eighteen ten yes. And as well as a coincidence. That's the actual address of the house is record all sixteen in the caller of our box sexually the color of their flag. And has these tones of blue that that's where we got the inspiration. I'm Jessica Harris. You're listening to from scratch. My guess is bare tug on Saleh's Nevis co-founder of the tequila company. Casa drug onus. Casa Dragos is known for its small batch toes into Keila which uses one hundred percent blue Gava grown in the region of tequila Holly, school, Mexico. There's a grew up in in Mexico City. You were first introduced to tequila. By your grandmother, your your maternal grandmother. Can you tell us about that? So my grandmother and my grandfather had an open house every Monday. So we all had lunch there launches in Mexico. Very like, no one misses lunches. So every Monday, everybody had their glass of tequila so growing up. I was like when he's going to be my turn where it's gonna be my turn, and I bombed in bogged in bugged until one day my grandma said, okay. That's it. It's such a family occasion, you know, to drink tequila perogative before a family meal that he's sewing grain in our cultures really part of the fabric of the Mexican culture. We like to drink tequila for a white diversity of reasons. Speaking of.
"bertha" Discussed on From Scratch
"I'm Jessica Harris. This is from scratch. My guest is bear hug Gonzales NIA, this co founder of the tequila brand CASA drug onus CASA Dragoon is joint venture between Bertha and Bob Pittman, the founder of MTV Madonna, Martha Stewart Oprah and Laburnum, Dan. Chef Eric repair are among CASA Dragan sue celebrity fans. The first batch of CASA drug onus about twelve thousand bottles was launched in two thousand nine berto grew up in Mexico City. Welcome. Thank you. Jessica excited to be here. I want to talk first about tequila in general. Could you describe exactly what year to kill it consists of of course, there's five official plus if occasions of tequila in our appellation of origin Blanco Hoven silo on Yahoo. Annex neck when I can say that in English, white young rested aged and extra aged for our home in particular when we found the onus we set on a quest to? True, sipping tequila, and we thought that the in style was the style that wasn't going to enable us to truly deliver a spirit that invited you to set and to savior and that actually paired well with food tequila comes from the guy plant, I think of a as syrup is like a sugar substitute. But can you describe the guy they plant and how you make use of it? Most people think that I got as cactus is not a cactus. A sexually belongs to the sickle and family, and he's actually closely related to the leelee. It's really a very noble plant in Latin. It means admire -able and noble and the plant is a plant that takes eight to twelve years in average to be ready to be harvested, and what you're looking for in the plant is you're looking to keep to harvest your plans when they have the most concentration of sugar reduction in the heart of the plants, and then you ferment that and and or you take the sap from that heart. That's correct. You said it takes eight to ten years for the plant to grow. And that's why it's my understanding a lot of tequila have other sugars in it because the harvesters don't wanna wait eight to ten years, and yet your tequila has only the garbage sugar. Yeah. I mean, we only produce one hundred percent tug Ave, we are going on the route of producing very small batches that have ex- very strict attention to detail to be able to stand on the shelf with categories that have been in the luxury segment for very long time. Incidentally, the flowers of the plant are pollinated by a bat. Can you explain that? There's the plant is pretty incredible. It has a diversity of ways of reproduction the plant actually clones itself from its route and grossly Hoiles that then grow around the plants, and you wait on average one or two years to actually take the willow and then planted in anew field that is most traditional way of in our category of actually reproducing the plants. If you let the plant grow, it's stem, which is a fifteen to twenty feet long stem that grows very beautiful white flower at the end, those that is that is a planned us pollinated by bots. Do you have a guy plant in your apartment? I don't have an I've tried it. But the plant released looking for the right temperature one of the most important factors is a night time climates because he's a MAC type plant that does it for to this at nighttime. So it's probably not a coincidence that this nocturnal plant is pollinated by nocturnal animal..
"bertha" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM
"College degrees that we might. People don't understand. It is not. Political determine our? Medical erect. Speaks directly. Get saying the civil rights. Worth your environment. And we've got to both participate because our people. We got to get them to read between the face. We gotta think could that said your children on the line. The lock your civilized. You're on the my jobs all black your opportunity to get on the line directed in a way that they can escape responsibility to pass onto them. Bishop tax. How do you explain the oh the silence of the white church in the first attack? Women and the healthcare Planned Parenthood. The next attack was on the center of the tackle on McCain is despicable the tackle. On Obama Bertha is race race is is is fighting woods. Asia mean this be more mental than just political. Of the matter is I felt for a long time that many of the white charges in this country are actually not Christian back the book some years ago. Talked about identity crisis in black theology. Challenge was too many blacks book becoming like white folk wherever all right? His place our religion and politics had nothing to do with. How we spend on money. That's the problem with many of our white churches. And so for them racism. There's completely separate from their faith and part of the call. The congress is also challenge the white church for unrighteousness, and they called them to be what they also are supposed to be on the God. And that is Christian and Christianity has some values and some standards Derek thing that many preachers. I the the canes pitcher in the best of you. Amalgams pitching in the study and Billy pool. Rubbish. It does in in this building the pigeon, Malcolm. Same. Derek? And I love and how. Disagreeable with the bishops racism is. Geology. Churches,.
"bertha" Discussed on Channel 955
"You are the man my man do his thing so a break so a half hours one eighth of our show so does that mean like if a guy works in eight hour day he can leave for an hour on a break whenever he wants shot he he's club all the time this guy's like a juice james johnny he's a you have a position for him if fired here picking up all the checks there you know i got him actually on video i'm ascended to you guys what do you got what do you got him on video doing what oh kissing up on this fat chick are you trying to support him her name is bertha lesson now johnson his own stand up this is why we gotta do when slim's not here to give us a topic that we wanted to get into see your bag on your shoulder our show is still going on what is happening around here everybody she's going sorry i'm gonna call on you because you picked such a stereotypical name for a fasching bertha you really expect me to believe that intern billy billy that's intern billy have you ever seen intern billy out billy i will have what you right now okay do you have like a bluetooth controller hooked up to him so you can have them give me that wedgie because you can't make an yeah got you there johnny to activate yes limits bluetooth compatible really i got yard work to do crap bluetooth compatible no lesson thanks bill you did a great job by the way this radio program is never going to be nominated for a marconi award i just want everybody to realize that you'll never have that album off the second a listener just texans said they saw shannon driving down the street to go to the mall.
"bertha" Discussed on Double Toasted
"Yes we're going to end that shot right for the movie ends that shot okay so there's a lot to pack their well let me just start let me just start this even if you're making a video game about the no i'm sorry if you're making that's right even if you're making a video game about the events that happened in this movie what part of super mario brothers portrays an old lady sticking them up stealing a rock shooting at a at a driver of a car and then big bertha which is the name of that that that woman there who in the games portrayed as a giant fish how is that the same and then they go but we have to justify the jumping in the games to that's right how to reality that's right jumping i forgot that i forgot this jump my this job at so the fish it's rocket boots and jumps in the game like it happened it doesn't happen rack this rock in the game on this is like some fucked up fever dream like i genuinely was a point where i was like i am so lost right now because this resembles nothing nothing like the game that i know and no matter all the shit that i talked about a lot of these view game movies at least they actually resemble the thing that they're adapting look at the fish tits you got that right there this kid's movie this mario brothers movie a central plot point the we'll come back to later is about mario having to bury his head in bertha's tits.
"bertha" Discussed on Guys We F****d
"Bertha now identify as a trans man most of the time i just want to blend in and fly under the radar without people knowing that i'm trans unlucky enough to have had access to hormones as well as top surgery so i look mail and pass as one when i walk around in society most of the time people have no idea that i'm trans which feels safe and empowering to me in my personal relationships i much more open my close friends can pretty much asked me anything and i encourage it they've asked me all sorts of questions i've even shown a couple dick picks to my closest friends the most important thing is that i already have a relationship with them and trust that they are being genuine if i don't have a trusting relationship with someone in the asked me personal questions i'm much less likely to answer if someone comes off as aggressive or creepy i'll say that i'm not comfortable with the question and we'll tell them to look to the internet for the answer when it comes to sex i'm very comfortable with my body and the parts i have if we have a connection and might get physical with each other that would be a good time to ask about my body and honestly that's really the only time someone needs to know that information i've had some really amusing experiences where the person is totally into my body and have had amazing sacks i've also had some ridiculous experiences that have turned me off completely from a person these are some examples of really bad questions i've got non dating websites will you show me that pussy o kind of plumbing oh have you had the surgery all of these make my stomach turn.
"bertha" Discussed on Harry Potter and the Sacred Text
"Civic casper before we end thing conversation i'm just curious if you see something engendered around the fact that nobody is going to look for bertha ends i'm wondering f lido bagman is signaling some sort of masculinity of leg cingress win like people either find their way back or they don't and i'm curious if she were a man if he would have sent people out to look for her you know there is a conversation last summer about why it is that when blonde white women go missing it becomes like national news but when women of color go missing you can just never hear about it and i think that again it's about assumptions of like will culturally this makes sense for this kind of person to disappear and how untrue that is and how incredibly bigoted and dangerous and violent those racial engendered assumptions are the cultural assumptions that we make about each other based on completely arbitrary things like race and gender have such catastrophic impact and again i just really think if we had been looking for bertha jerkins faster it is entirely possible the volta more would not have been able to rise again if we were to question our own assumptions as a society and when we look away from certain crimes against certain people i think we would be able to interrupt cycles that impact all of us so much earlier and we should be doing these things for their own sakes we should be looking for birth that to look for birth and not because it also impacts men and we should be carrying about women of color disappearing because they are humans not because it impacts white people but the fact that we don't see our fates is intrinsically linked to one another.
"bertha" Discussed on The Rack Radio Show
"I hope it's me do you amundsen bertha give gonna to be ms ms again he pointed out monday it's a deemed really didn't do much for the wto lose when the ms has it you know they try to put a focus on it he mentions in all the promotion and takes with him wherever he goes like mrs great intercommunal champion and you could put ms moore babyface for mystified than heels for dina fight so like to really want to see a theme drifter feud for the mcconnell title i don't think that works the you find ms of them to do maybe do set ron's meds maybe you do fitness ms you do something different yeah i'll go ms well of course the ball disagrees pechstein ambrose wants to be difficult stupid a up next thirty minute iron man match for the wwl ralph tag team titles says are and xinha's offend against the hardie boys mercosur thought when the hardest retirement us excited trade and i mean in i got to know death a little bit lara's that teenage really nice cell i wish him well any nyuon some new fare using him as a as i say to them beyond you have your your stuff like that that's my reasons right up there fi it's all the holidays that i think as i go that make acl eightyear whatever promoting the branany content econtent for its grips youtube the brussels leftright need the content put over hardy's i get the guy was about the content we understand.