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"bertram" Discussed on Probably Science
"Of his argument here. Porn isn't it. There's a reason science nerds get off. This is what they read articles like this talking about the Big Bang. And they're like Oh tell me more but the big bang. Yeah come on so this is a talk show. Dirty tells us. An eruption of unprecedented size occurred. The discovery was made using telescopes. Nasa's Chandra X Ray Observatory. Esa's Xm Newton Murchison Whitefield array in Western Australia. I am giant Radio Telescope in India. I am so right now. That's actually what it says. She's reading the article down. Nice professor Jolson Hallet's who was the director of the Nwea an expert in galaxy clusters like in the finding to discovering the first dinosaur bones. It's a bit like Caucchioli. She said we'd been given the tools to dig. Deep would low frequency Radio Thomas so we should be able to find more outbursts like this now the findings underscore the importance of studying the universe at different wavelengths said Hall like hippy sets even though it's the real use wavelength going back and doing a multi wavelength study has really made the difference here and it's likely to be the first discovery of such as of many She said we made this discovery phase one of the Mwa when the telescope had two hundred two thousand and forty eight antennas pointing toward the Sky Assuming tennis for every person in America it really is simply gathering was full thousand. Nine hundred sixty should be ten times more sensitive. That's interesting why twice as many. What did you say with? Nwea MWA NOT NWEA NOT ICED. Tea in Dr. Dre and delayed the series. I thought you were talking. That you're talking about women straight talking about women's Basketball League Sigua. It's all of those crossover pointing all of those things right now and you'll see. If any of them can detect Murchison Whitefield array deathrow science records. Yeah so I don't know why anybody listeners. If you know why White Four Thousand Ninety six antennas is ten times more sensitive than two thousand and four eight double the number. That doesn't seem to. Yeah I call account where because even if it's like if it's the square it will be full times. If is the cube. It would be eight times. I feel like I'm on a podcast right now. With Lewis and Wilbert from revenge of the NERDS. We'll talk forgot those the main nerds forgot just pretending like I don't watch. I Watch Shit see multiple accusing slip. Moving it is best movie ever. I guess. Neither one of those is known as Burger. Right googlers just booger booger. Yeah Yeah but they are. The main nerds released Lewis Gilbert. Then we win at the end. Yeah I've forgotten what way revenge is the aforementioned. Yeah the titular prevents. Yeah well. Yeah jocks as we'll turn it around revenge of the nerds revenge of the NERDS. Ch- I'm more of a weird science guy when it comes to. That was a good one science in. You told me you were combing your hair. Weird Science is Great. I still prefer real genius but I mean they both have the merits rose. Bridget was at Val kilmer. It was right the I prefer the first two thirds of real genius. We've discussed popcorn is ridiculous. It doesn't act. Three definitely takes a ton eighties. Movies about science are the best but It's for anyone. Could Google stuff and yet? That's when you just as a fact checker either you know fact checking just ruined everything you know. Mike Brown send in this story about four while we're on space may molecular oxygen has been spotted beyond the Milky Way for the first time the elusive molecule turn-up Quasar more than half a billion light years from Earth for the first time they found molecular oxygen. The same guests. Humans need to breathe in a galaxy outside the Milky Way. Oxygen is the third most common element in the cosmos after hydrogen helium. That surprised me as well that I thought we talked about how I guess it's just the fact that like elemental. Oxygen is just very unstable and not to come across it in a non life have an planet without life on but that doesn't mean as an element within other compounds. It's not right. Yeah but I wonder why it would be the most third most common cause everything is produced in so that means there could be life felt there well it so we they could be anyway but I don't. Why is Austin comic because it's not the most stable in the hydrogen helium with our one and two I n is where where the nuclear hit the highest level of stability but also said the first two are hydrogen and helium? Exactly so wants to jump ahead. Please let us know so. Astronomers once thought molecular oxygen would be common in the space between the stars but despite repeated such as no one had seen manipulable oxygen beyond our galaxy until now Yunesi Wang An astronomer at Shanghai Astronomic Observatory China and his colleagues spotted the Molecules Cooling Qods and galaxy named mark in two two three one which is five hundred sixty million light years away in the constellation Ursa Major. That's light years for every citizen. More like a three three hour flight. Yeah as long as long as how much of the mighty able to go these days I forget Mulkey and T. one is the galaxy to Earth contains a Quasar wet gas wells around the supermassive black hole and get so hot that it glows brilliantly using radio telescopes in Spain and France the strongest so radiation at a wavelength of two point five two millimeters which is a signature of oxygen presence. Classic oxygen is like so awesome. Oh my God I love classic Oxigen Metro Oxygen Oxygen. All the time. You're listening to monkey into three one. The team reported you're posted in the February first issue of astrophysical journal this the first detection of molecular oxygen in an extra cout galactic object. It's also the most molecular oxygen ever seen outside of the Solar System Previously Tournaments Sina molecule and just to stop foaming clouds within the Milky Way the Orion Nebula and the row of ut clouds astronomers think the shortage of interstellar to do two oxygen atoms and water molecules freezing onto dust grains knocking up the oxygen but he knew stellar nurseries. Shaw from Brian Bright. Niebler ause can rip. Walter is from the dust free and the oxygen atoms to find each other informed molecules. But even there in the Orion nebula oxygen is rare with hydro molecules outnumbering oxygen million to one over. This give me. Ptsd from science class. I'm like I just knowing in fail. This test will be tested just knowing fail summer school for me. I'm screwed the molecular oxygen. Hydrogen dominates in mark in two three one but molecular oxygen spans. The outskirts of the Galactic abundances more than one hundred times greater than in the Orion Nebula. They don't make a good hydrogen blimps anymore. Do they they for some? I don't know what the reason was. They stopped doing that. Thirty seventy one. Everyone loved it. They were like. Oh manatees humanities achieve number the now remember the Nazis. They're just like yeah. We've got this wonderful blimp. It's going to go to New Jersey. Sinbad does he. Pat will happen even two years after that. Nothing bad will happen either for the next six years for the next six years to pick laureate a something bad happened. Apparently so there's no nice nature for that high to confirm that the radiation really arises from. Oh to Melnik says the of the office should look for a second wavelength from the molecule which won't be easy says Wang because the other molecules also emit radiation of those to shore up the case for for the to the scientists went around the many molecules that give of wavelengths similar to the one detected found that nobody had ever seen any of those molecules in space except to as guilt by limitation. You will says team Emma. Pull Goldsmith. Whose an astronomer at the jet at JPL just from one possible explanation for all the O..
"bertram" Discussed on Probably Science
"And you never think at such a foreign concept to me thinking of going to the hospital or an accident you don't you don't have to second guess like but what if they want to do this procedure what the only thing that stops people can go to the doctor. I like difficult difficulties in their life. Both getting places. Whatever ALL AND FEAR REVOLT? The doctor will say whichever wishes you re held us things that opened the film a medical bill. Is this something you don't grow up foreign concept? You never avoid going to the doctor. Because you're scared the you'll get some crazy extra bill that you hadn't considered by the way so. Hiv was first identified in one thousand nine hundred ninety one but it's it's so there are two strains of HIV the HIV one HIV to both believed to have transmitted from all the Simians so HIV. One is believed to have come from chimpanzees and gorillas and interview to is for A. How'd you pronounce this Swazi? Manga base is a type of a type of an older. It's the type of Monkey AIDS. Didn't come from bad soup as well. Now they're both like it came from tasks. Iv Sushi's Simeon. It looks like sid vicious came from said vicious. He looked like he would be patient zero. So we so. We don't know that there are no exact anyway of aid was for sure but it probably they think probably around started to spread in the human population somewhere between Nineteen fifteen and nineteen. Forty one for the advocate for HIV. One and somewhere between nineteen o five and nineteen sixty one for HIV too but the current estimates. We think probably are seems like Carney. Wartime is roughly when it started to spread among humans. Will I heard? Yeah so in Africa it. I heard start it from Africans like eating monkey meat and maybe like yeah definitely. That's one of the they don't know exactly but one of the strong theories is it's bushmeat theory. Yeah and then. A lot of Haitians worked there but in the Congo but then they had some sort of uprising in the Haitians made some Haitians got it from these. Africans came back to Haiti and then and then for Haiti came. That's that that somebody had sex with a chimpanzee. There's also theory they were just sharing needles with. We're all when in heroin. Dan with chimpanzee yet just shared needles baboon. Yeah but I mean it's you know like hey. Can you share that stop ingredients? I'm so paranoid about eighty wasn't an actual by Boone. That was just. You did that with your mouth. I'm so paranoid about contracting. Hiv is an intravenous drug user. That anytime I share a needle I always work on. Chimpanzee got a tattoo and shared his needle. Awesome chimpanzee getting a Tattoo. Yeah Oh my God. It's just that is high risk it is. What are they get besides a banana? It's always a bit just always. It's always just the first button they push on their speaking. Yeah there's a there's a couple of stories about I mean we know. This does also connect to the current virus story right now because Mike Pence who caused or at least vastly worsens an HIV outbreak in his own. Indiana and Indiana. Yes what happened there again? How did this? The new outbreak in Indiana. Remember reading about that so this was before he was vice president obviously and he got the exact details. But Oh there's a huff post article about how anti Anti Science Anti Anti Public Health. He is he also published an op-ed in two thousand and one refuting basic medical science about tobacco in two thousand and one two thousand and one he said time for reality check and I quote time for reality. Check despite the hysteria from the political clause in the media. Smoking does not kill what? That's that's that's I bet you smoking that did nihilism in two thousand and one that's insanity sponsored by by the Tobacco Industry for sure? Yeah it really is isn't he? He doesn't x Ray de like of people. Well he's Oh he does try and do the conversion stuff right now. I think he's connections to that and is also yeah. I Heard Smoking Causes Gay. Well he does. Not say is safe for him to smoke. And keep up his homophobia so despite he oppose Republican led Republican legislation to increase the tobacco tax in Indiana by just five cents despite Indiana having one of the highest rates of smoking one of the lowest tobacco Texas in the country Yeah no it. Sounds like he's in bed with big. Tobacco is obviously done. Some horrendous things like trying to defunding planned parenthood and then here we go his. This funding drought affected women's access to both primary and Republican reproductive healthcare. He his health cut nearly in half the funding which forced the closure clinics and also of course plan has don't just do abortions. They will do a lot of family planning and testing but the and all generally reproductive health but the effects of the policy and further one particular clinic in rural Scott County was closed in two thousand thirteen leaving the leaving the county without an HIV a single HIV testing center. Less than two years later the county became the center of HIV epidemic affecting nearly two hundred residents of Austin Indiana. A town of four thousand three hundred. And how does it may transmit it with? Was it sex? Who'd drug use or I'm not sure it doesn't say but Karma Karma but place incidence factions. Imagine it's a combination of all of those and the gaslight AIDS you get AIDS exactly. Testing is not the only intervention to prevent HIV transmission. There's a strong evidence for providing clean needles Phi needle exchange. Yeah Yeah for sure he also have vocally opposed those man. It'd be yeah. Tacitly endorsing the use of illicit substance. Yeah exactly well. You don't need heroin. We got J. and he will he signed into law. The Religious Freedom Restoration Act which allows business owners to cite their religious beliefs as rights to refuse service to members of the community discrimination which can have serious public health consequences. Solid Dude. Yeah Melissa thing though because if you want impeach trump that's what you're getting guys I mean I I would've taken it just because it would be symbolic and yeah but also I would get rid of Gadhafi and you get an Isis but you you would've I would've taken that just for the we'll also he would only be president for another badly a year right and then I. I don't think he would have anywhere near the same effectiveness campaigning. No no he wouldn't he wouldn't get elected so you're basically dealing with a lame duck president full you know what if you're frustrated all that science journalism you know what you can do? That's the opposite of science to Nihilism. Science except to schism is it. 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"bertram" Discussed on Probably Science
"Got. You're just powering through to join him there. The list I heard Stephen Hawking. He's got me too. Did you hear that? I think he was a he was a lusty fellow. I don't know if there were any consent issues but I think he was. He suddenly cheated on his wife with his nurse. Which is a remarkable achievement. Given that he was doing physics he was scientists. Greatest me to get into some science stories. Whatever Well we could. We could go with some by fluorescent frogs that Liam Kennedy send ten. I think a couple other people did as well but Liam Liam Weitz wired stories. The one that I found. So Amphibians glow just couldn't see it. Oh bathing amphibian and blue light in closer pretty green but what does this will mean you mean what does it. Mean Civil Rainbow in specific Rabo in this specific zero light today in the Journal scientific reports research. This is the first time. Show that Amphibians glow if you throw blue light on them. The Tiger Salamanders suddenly POPs with with brilliant green spots Cromwell's horned frog is striped in a nuclear glow. Even the Mobile Santa Amanda. Tiny toed salamanders tiny toe bones forest brightly as does klapka perhaps as a kind of sexual display. Oh little flirty Salamat. Happy to see me or is that your those things are that is the Clo- ACA yeah. Yeah I mean that's like I. I didn't even touch burr. Do these are not that. Isn't that sort of basically? They're like their version of the shape height. The ship birds. It's it's the reason I think it's a big part of the reason why it gets you sick. Because in birds both both holes ended up both pipes end up with one whole event. It's both reproductive. Yes there is a common cavity the end of the digestive tract for the release of both excretory or excretory and gentle products. So it's the only it's the only animal you could knock up with anal sex. This is true in fact I have no idea how the mail directs. Its once. You're in. Yeah how does that work? It's I heard that. Are Certain. Birds like ducks apparently. Who have like Jonah that they exist side corkscrew. They can decide who impregnates them. And who doesn't we've talked about this. It's like a weird like arms race between a bit less conscious you described in that it sort of more of an evolutionary arms does the guy to do like just pure wets when he's like having sex corsairs like a penis longest man the male. Scrim self in it. Just turn around in a circle a million times. That's what I've never understood. Even if they lined up correctly corkscrew wise. You would think you'd have to bodily spin to work but you need like another spin around. Yeah I don't know how it works. It does actually do. We saw it in a video. They did what they had the glass corkscrew duct vagina. Yes duck penis like sort of just how we saw that. Fill it up like when they'll be so annoying a few like the girl your dreams everything's great and he's like man images like Corkscrew Regina and you just got like regular cock stuck. Don't fat or if you go to Cote screwed cock. And she's got a regular. It works either way but then you read for pleasure. Chump champing champing at the bit corkscrew. But also those corkscrew or is it a corkscrew dead ends. He's Hung Lake Rigatoni. It's the one you know Kengo Rodriguez. Tony Caruso had a vaginas apparently female and one of them is just like you know her slut Veg and the other one is for lights swear to God now. That's actually what is called veg. It was discovered division. One where she wants to have light. You know where she can just have. I believe there's a vagina for for procreating and then there's vagina for just having a just a good time time right so say put up my good time for John. It's what ducks have in. Terms of having some of the corkscrew is end in dead ends like as a means of not. He's he's from honor. Charon is almost right. Okay we'll buy one vagina. How so close? They have three vaginas. Yeah Yeah that's right So we're one vagina into assholes. Three Vaginas so hang. I think it's it's to do with this marsupial bloody master in menstruation. So what if you just men's created with separately? Oh my God on the rag. Yeah just like a nightmare so Koalas item on my period. Only.
"bertram" Discussed on Probably Science
"Throat sick out of your laptop better. Not upstairs very very odd. Yeah you could you know. That's good Doing this sort of multiple evacuate. That is just talking about Mongolians for like q the vacuum. Yeah it's probably going to pick up on the Mike. I wonder I wonder if similar if it's using similar skills to advance beat boxes generating different sounds with different than mouth and throat at the same definitely because those guys are really does the guy to gawker whoever did stuff with like Mike Patton and Bjork think he does kind of a mixture of those. There's a girl that does There's a show called booby trap. That happens every Wednesday in Hollywood. And there's a girl who does it. She's there almost every Wednesday. She's incredible. Oh yes I think that women have our bills. Amaze bigger theatre. Yeah yeah she was incredible. Someone I'm thinking about. I'm sure it is pretty amazing. But yeah the Mongolians. What was it called gangs? Blues Gingas Blue is great movie. I WANNA say it's on Amazon prime or might even be just on Youtube. I'm surprised Genghis Khan hasn't got me to yet. I think he probably has as much as I know. He's been canceled. Fee is as he was like Genghis Khan rape Asia. Hashtag boycott Mongolian.
"bertram" Discussed on Probably Science
"Pretty good digital pressures. I gotta say I can't do that only I. I can but I don't toe ditch the science of Mongolian throat singing. Oh I'm very fascinated with that. Have you seen GINGAS BLUES? No the documentary about Paul Pena pulping. No the guy who wrote jet airliners this blind musician from San Francisco in the eighties. Want to say and he just checked out these tapes from the San Francisco Public Library of throat singing and taught himself and then went over to to to their annual competition ever had any outsiders there it was like a locals only kind of thing and he was like. Whoa. It's not. It's not kind of thing. He comes in and defeats the it's just like feel good like they welcome him and are excited outside or wants to and that's also a country. That Richard Feynman was Yoko Ono. There there were some celebrity. I think Richard Money even been in the movie. I forgot the You no one else came with us the other month to seed the WHO. Oh they throat sing. Yes Oh if I think the plane the UK and Ireland. What do you think you have the? Who are you talking about the hand? They'll tell you who you're talking about who you talk. H H the which is A. It's a Mongolian folk metal bands. Oh that's awesome basically like a metal band. But they're they're playing traditional. They're also playing drums and guitars. But they're also playing traditional Mongolian instruments and singing is using they using vocal spinal tap amazing. It's natural Tufnell on the Mandolin is greater. They grow up on the mean streets of Seoul Central Ula Tampa. That's another word you got if you could do a digital depression. Can you do throat singing impression? Okay you throat saying I. I don't know I'M GONNA say upside down towards like that's the sound I make one. I'm making you. Let's go into stories by the way speaking of Ganga's blues I'm surprised Ganga's gone. I wanted to say though that I saw this competition. Where it was women Doing husband calling contests and do it at fairs in the South America. And they're just they just like go and they it's a real competition and then one of them with the husband's coming out is how you determine what the bigger good show how how husband so this way inside of their abdomen. That's more the husband's stop both the furthest away and the most distracted and still able to beckoned and then I was in the middle of playing pool and watching sports and chatting up another woman over fifty yards away. Well throat singing. This sounds like really impressive farts. Yeah it's crazy thing scientifically though. I have no idea how to explain. How throat singing where you could be controlling one in keeping the other. Well we should. I wonder if there must be people to study this put people. Mri scanners while they're doing it but they it not MRI. You don't mean a thing would a number I show thinking just somebody cleaning outside. This is just a vacuum upstairs lane throat sick out of your laptop better. Not upstairs very very odd..
"bertram" Discussed on Probably Science
"The Internet concl- fucking just gotTa Know Boom So. That's not an argument for a week. Get deep into questions into the stories. Rather both Sharon I'm Byron. We'd like to ask our guests before we get into the stories. What if anything is your background in science and that has ranged from teacher? I like twirl. Hated school or I used to blow stuff up in the woods with my friends or I had I have a full master's degree to sign subject. I could tell you I barely the only reason I graduated. High School is because I cheated of Chinese kids. It's like come on what is equal is like. Do Yohomor Byron. It's come give it to me. You know so. I was just a literal science but I yeah I math and science but it was really good with oral presentations so I get Chinese kids. Do all the work that I do like some oral presentation. I was doing their heavy Chinese population in your a lunch. I W- I went to an all Asian highschool. Yeah Okay I was one of the few kids there. I was a black sheep because of the color in it was a token honking I was the token honky in my school. But Yeah Siegen Vancouver has huge Bush. It does yeah but I barely got through science and math but I got through but science. What do I remember? I remember making in science fair. I made a volcano out of paper Shea. One of those baking Soda Big Vinegar Baking Soda Vinegar once and then the whole thing and and that was really. I got really upset because somebody made a better one. They had like pump contraption and I was like I remember started crying. Because that's not right was. Was there a public attraction like a little pumping in Baltimore just pumps out? Lava is me. I just put in the baking soda and just in that I just. I guess neither one is really that accurate. So what happens at a volcano seems more fair about yours even though like the action basis has nothing to do with volcanic. And it's just it's almost like two sides experiments in one or demonstrating a thing. That's not really related. But yeah right Cheetan with palms. I don't even remember any any science fair things that I always remember thinking like how could I possibly come up with a thing? That hasn't already been done and then I don't know why it'd just be like well who cares if it's been done you just you just do it right. There was some actual level of You're only supposed to have a project that would actually break new ground. Which of course would be impossible for most sides payers right but yeah I think when you do that you make the papers. Yeah National Happen. But it's not but I had a judge a science fair a couple of years ago and as long as people were doing the correct methodology. It didn't really matter what the results were. You're just like Oh that's good work. You did actually set this up in the right way and someone had like. I think one of the best design ones even if the results weren't actually what they were hoping for whether plants grow better when played Taylor swift songs. Set it up well in control that well. I don't think the results were that it did but it was like Taylor swift songs in high school. You're young I was judging one. Recent odd cast. I forgot why even was was there but I was one of the touching it. And like yeah. It wasn't about whether it was whether you found the thing. You're hoping to find. It was whether you set it up correctly right right. So what about you Sherron? Oh my God i. I remember doing a science fair in grade. Seven about Duffaut frozen bean sprout. That was my big breakthrough in science was all downhill from there Yeah I did. Science in high school never went past that I came from sort of a Science Fam- My dad was a physician and my brother is a physician and then I studied theater arts hashtag disappointment so yeah. I was basically considered maybe on the special needs spectrum for some reason. I don't know what happened but yet lots of science in a lot of science in my family but I for some reason wasn't didn't didn't really It wasn't my My Passion but I do love I love. I Love Science. I love medicine I love. I love Anatomy but Yeah I remember studying physics and stuff when I was in high school. I was just like completely. Adhd just like what? I don't even know what they're talking about. But now I actually more interesting now than I did then. I think that's something we hear a lot on. The show is people who really didn't enjoy it at school suddenly like oh no now which load of science shows. Yeah read a load of size articles. I'm like that with history too. I thought it was so but Canadian. History so boring is just like you know you got the American Revolution. We dislike Kinda waiting it out. We're like and that. We signed a paper in England to sit all right. Do you WANNA lease our land. That's pretty born. What year was that? I should know more about Canadian history. We could we became a country in eighteen. Sixty seven really. Yeah that I thought it was well before that ninety nine years older one hundred no yeah. Ninety years host our civil war. Yeah Yeah pretty much. Yeah two years. One Hundred Fiftieth Birthday a few years ago. A big to do yeah. We had a coin commemorating in. Yeah that's that's a huge deal in Canada. Yeah New coin here. Did you did everyone? I remember when Michigan one hundred fifty. That's where I grew up and everybody was all excited about. Learning the word sasquatch centennial. It was at a word that was thrown around the latter. Not One hundred fifty A. Yeah we just said Oh is one. And a half to Cisco Centennial is one hundred fifty before yeah. It was like one of those things where like all the spelling bees and things in Michigan speaking. I've only heard that would it. But only in that context right. Would you use it speaking of spelling bees and science? I remember just being really proud of myself at the age of twelve known how to spell photosynthesis. Oh guess who knows how to spell photosynthesis this guy right here timetables or shit but I could spell photosynthesis trying to find different ways to bar it into essays. Yeah big time anytime. I could just drop photosynthesis. I thought I was the man extra points for that to my writing creative writing say as he walked past the photosynthesis plants. But do you ever hear the word vote? You ever hear synthesis in any conversation ever anymore. It's only as a reference to a generic science thing that you learned in school. Nobody ever talks to punch line for it. Should come up more and Andrea Contract House. Really totally all I remember is like might have Kandari. I might have Kandari. Might Akande out. That's all we talked lakes school. Oh yeah that's another salt billabong straight. Is that what it Billabong is? Believable Billabong is just any watering hole. I thought this just a swear word. Australian Senate let's go to the Internet to settle this debates Billabong. Besides a brand is the brand and not the. It's well Australian term for not well. I'm bill of Bone Marrow Company because you have massively overpowered theory. The origin specific a small like specifically but like all right a billabong. Sounds like a long tube where you smoke marijuana and or play drone music. Yeah totally on keeping costs down. If I can bela bones. Just keep me up at not. Just GonNa blow your mind but all of those noises and voices were just done by. I guess just then. What's Yeah I thought we were playing like a real digital do and then a real Australian but actually those would just they just did that with Emmaus. Yeah you would think they'd they'd just imported some aborigine and and just a rare bird Yup Canadians pretty good digital pressures. I gotta say I can't do that only I. I can but I don't toe.
"bertram" Discussed on Probably Science
"That once again is the. Msnbc school mathematics where the teacher has five apples and three students. Every student gets a million apples. I guess hey everyone welcome to probably science little longer than usual that we sometimes we have sponsors do have two real sponsors which can help you learn all about anything you want to study and one of us can give you a very specific set of Mon- skills in mathematics. I'm at cash and I'm ready would handing. We've got a double Canadian guest. Yes yeah to Canadians. We we really. I think it's the most Canadians had on the show at any one time. That's enough probably never top fifty percent. Yeah those are the Voices Share Mahoney and of Byron Buttram. Do what at Los Angeles is actually the fifth biggest Canadian city? Apparently it's like three hundred thousand of US northern assholes coming down here to try and suck off your chest the size of it. I wonder how how many countries you could say that about for. La New York but they're a bunch of countries where that will be true. Oh Yeah I think the Ozzy's of supplanted their like are there there are more like this is a nebulous 'cause it's like a religion slash ethnicity but there are definitely more Jews outside of Israel than in right? Yeah I think I need to check how accurate the status but this I think New York has more Jewish people than I could be wrong. Let me that could be bullshit. I will look it up because we had to be in Boston or New York have way more Irish people than Ireland is that true. Oh yeah okay well as far as Bray yes you talking about actual actual say that to an Irish person they will literally castrate. You kidding me. Look but you're saying Canadian citizens who are living in Los Angeles yes. This is the fifth biggest city of those people. Apparently yeah after what goes. Yeah so go. Toronto Montreal Vancouver Calgary and then like Los Angeles then Ottawa or maybe. Ottawa met on something like that. Those those are most of the Canadian city to Winnipeg ECHINACEA. Some more man your good opinion. I have been to lots of Canadian. Those tolls we were talking about just before we started recording They took me to some remarkably small towns in in Canada. I've been places where I've told Canadian. Touring comics and then I I have never been. Oh yeah yeah strangers in our own when we found them hunt them down saskatoon. Have you been since Gospel tune? That's not a real figure is sascha tune. I happen to this. I've been I've been like the little towns around there. Yeah I'm because or my thinking of the same place but it's not the pronouncedly pronounce Alaska's different from is there also saskatoon? There's a saskatoon and it separates assistance and there's vaginas scheduled cold. That's what every becomes with a stutter. Once it hits like vaginas schedule by the way it's close but as far I can tell they're on more Jewish people in Israel than New York but it's still there are over million Jewish people in New York and different thing because it's a religion that Soviet Israel's population is around nine million and around seventy five hundred Jewish. There is a place on Vancouver island called Fannie Bay and lots of my British and Australian friends love going Fannie Bay. I've never been there but I have been to Fannie Bay so you've you enter Phantom bits state of mind. Yeah Babe but I've never been to me. Yeah I know but I don't know it that's Priscilla Queen of the desert song from that. Yeah I've been to Herod originally from film ever been to me the head original songs that I soon. It was all like show tunes and standards or something are. We did possessed about that a couple of years ago. The song is from High on its at least predates or at least goes back to nineteen seventy seven. Yeah but it was a it was a real it was one of the tunes from Priscilla Queen of the desert was originally written by Ron Miller and Kenneth. Hush made popular by American singer. Charlene are you songs blaming me? You are songs blaming me. I cannot believe yeah. You're by couple at decades triggered right. You have the audacity to come onto our podcast. I'm be two decades or so triggered sucks the Internet just It kills all arguments now wikipedia. You can't just be like no was that knows that. Look it up Actually there are some arguments that the Senate doesn't kill media page right now for arguments the.
"bertram" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Because if you can't breathe nothing else matters by the way Steve Bertram when I got home yesterday my wife who doesn't talk to me too much usually about the content of that previous that Daschle that I had to chuckle when Steve Burke trend said John I think it's so cute how you believe those people but if you tell you believe that not harder right quite finished will die hard trump supporters would agree to continue to like the president but also agree that it was a bad idea to retweet that conspiracy theory because I think people are at the end of the day people and even people who support Donald Trump no that was bad form I thought that was pretty simple say for mark you didn't think so in a lot of people didn't think so but I stand by that I think a lot of you who listen to me know that I have faith in you watch me pander to these people now but I really think that you can like Donald Trump but not like everything he says or does our believe everything he says or does and I thought that tweet was so inappropriate that even his supporters we go yeah that was a bad one you know the same way Clinton supporters once upon a time when bill was president could say yeah you shouldn't have done that you can be both you can you don't have to drink the Kool aid all the time so I was trying to say Mike you're on WGN radio after Steve's news in just a minute we're going to talk about the teaching of LGBTQ history in the state schools what do you want to say about that might well first of all I I have faith in you but how about the rest of the world thank you otherwise I start the ball a little overboard with the situation and I'll be G. first of all I don't think any different anymore we don't have a heterosexual flat we don't have a heterosexual town are they gonna start teaching heterosexual during or had a heterosexual mon hello I'm asked the US state lawmaker those questions well yes I you know it's out there like why we have you know there's members of my family that are you know okay I think once you become a trans gender and all that and I have no problem I don't think they you sure try to force us to light or I have a feeling that what they do nowadays unless they are gay or bisexual or lesbian trying to make them what their life is less worthwhile because they are not that way do you really think that do you really think that young kids who are straight or being told that their life is it is worthwhile because they're not gay or bi or we're sorry you only that you know I'm not saying that they're not telling you this is going to be it just seems like they're they're emphasized but I take exception is what you said I mean not to quibble with all of the points that you're trying to make but you say did they need the pride parade anymore I don't know that needs the right word you might answer yes but I think if you want the pride parade of people enjoy the pride parade then why not have a pride parade it is the most attended parade in our city and this city has a parade every day we have too many festivals in Chicago the the grand Pooh bah of them all we're starting to hire Irish again so I think we should get rid of the Saint Patrick's day parade all right we're not talking about this for now thank you for the call we're gonna pause we gonna do the news after the news will talk to the lawmaker who put this forward this is WGN historians.
"bertram" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Company called workhorse about buying the now closed GM plant in Lordstown, Ohio. Workhorse would use it to build electric trucks. It was President Trump who tweeted out the news earlier today, but governor dewine while encouraged by it is not celebrating yet in the ceiling. General motors. Believes that this can actually work. Can work for the people in in in Lordstown, shall we have to now? Become involved, and do whatever we can to to assist. GM also said it's planning to invest in additional seven hundred million dollars in three other Ohio plants a not guilty plea for Ohio State trooper Jeremy all too in Clermont county today, his vehicle allegedly went left of center and hit an oncoming pickup killing a man. In January all charged with misdemeanor counts of manslaughter and vehicular homicide for the death of Anthony Bertram of Gauchan. The northern Kentucky health department is not happy with recent statements by an attorney when it comes to chickenpox. The department says the dangers are not being taken seriously. Kentucky health department is responding after an attorney told his clients to expose themselves to the chicken pox virus. Health officials say it's dangerous and even deadly try to infect people who haven't had chicken pox shot with the illness. They say it puts everyone else at risk for getting sick. Lawyer Chris weeks represented a Norfolk Kentucky high school student who sued the school after he was kicked off the basketball team and banned from the school during an outbreak of the the teen says he did get Faxon aided in this against his religion. Libby Cunningham, NewsRadio seven.
"bertram" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"I thought were pretty interesting met Bertram told this story about how do I say this? When migrants are coming here and smugglers or getting them here. They're not they're not afraid of us. Right. And they're actually kinda screwing with us really interesting ghettos, and it really illustrates the difference of this immigration seen that Peter. And I saw firsthand and that is that the game now is to find border patrol as quickly as possible and how they act how a lot of these migrants approach the border patrol. We heard these stories from Justin calendar who with in the Yuma sector border patrol. They laugh a lot of times at the border patrol. They play games with them. And actually, very interesting story that we were told was that there was a couple of migrants that were actually hiding in the bushes. And when Justin calendar from the troll. He approaches them they jump out they have mud on their face and the yell predator as a reference to the movie film. Yeah. Exactly. And they start laughing. So very interesting to see how like not too long ago the game was to avoid apprehension. Now, we're gonna find it and read and play game out of Bertram KTAR digital video producer. What do you make of that, man? Dick, Yetlis what I make of it is they know they're not going to be detained long. Why act like that though? Because they can they are not afraid they know the loopholes or they've been informed of the loopholes and you'll always have some knuckleheads who thank hey, this is funny. Because what I mean, you know, part of what Peter say more, and Matt Bertram did was that, you know, they they they saw firsthand woman, you know, be be rescued. Well, water smugglers said go in and trip the sensors. To detract or or. Make sure you get brought into the country. Well, well, not only that. But but so we can escape enough be identified. Two two kids were okay. But she went in the water herself. Right. But she also had two little kids. And you look at that. And you say, oh, man. You go to great lengths to get here to the United States, and you would maybe feel bad for for that woman, and you know, having to go so far trip centers and all that. But then you got the other side. Well, they're people messing around in a Bush and they're putting mud on their face, and they're making fun of our border patrols there. There's no fear there. There's no fear of apprehension Peter Samar. One of his big takeaways for me, what stood is at border patrol is. Now babysitters they would take these children. They have to comfort the children, they're crying screaming. Now, they have to hold them. Now, they have to put on door the explorer for them. You that said they're carrying either stuffed animals or some kind of toys for these like they come with like a little baby kick was that you or somebody else? I can't remind somebody else, but I've heard that story too. This is just so that these children who are recycled and some that are even there legitimately with parents. They're just so scared of their whatever they're separated from adults that they know or recognize they they are they're crying. They're panicking who can blame them. I mean, they're in a foreign country. They're part of a ploy to get the adults with them into the country faster. And you know, if they belong to the adults, okay, then they continue on the journey through the United States, if they're not then they're just taking back to Central America to do the whole process all over again that that really hurt. You know, we've seen a lot of things in news and talk and then everything like the broadcast. It never gets easier. When we hear crimes against children never gets easier. All right. That's Peter say more one thing that that I took out from their reporting is. Is so think about Arizona's immigration crisis the border patrol are babysitters now and the smugglers are travel agents. They all have different titles, isn't that? Incredible. Eight. The border patrol have become babysitters and smugglers have become businessmen. If you have missed any of this KTAR dot com. Make sure you look at the the documentary that Matt and Peter made. If nothing else look at that documentary view that documentary, and maybe and I even ask these guys, maybe maybe they'll change your mind because it's one thing to see it on the news. It's one thing to actually see a thirty second clip of somebody trying to get out of a canal on the news. It's another to go actually to go down there and talk to these people. And that's what they've brought you. They've actually gone down talk to different people about different things. I I just don't understand. How lawmakers can go down there and do nothing nothing gets done. After hearing the stories that continual stories of were overworked or underappreciated. We're not doing what we're supposed to be doing. I'm now taking care of toddler where I should be protecting the border and the latest immigration numbers. Twenty five thousand five hundred people have been dropped in Arizona since December twenty first of plaster. Yeah. Yeah. You know? You know, I feel bad for the family that actually, you know, needs a silent. Because I think a lot of truly Jeffords coming over don't need asylum or don't but they're getting getting the criteria. All right coming up next week at the big Fortnum. Very no the coming up next. We've got the expansion take it the fifteen minute news expansion KTAR news, traffic weather. It's all coming up next. Join me tonight is we talk about what's next after the Mola report dropped yesterday. Plus the police report on the police report comes out, and we'll talk about that at Peterson more reporter talks immigration with me tonight. Right ear Chad Benson show tonight at six.
"bertram" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"And he also has a fuller explanation of that in the report that I'll be making available hopefully next week, president expectation interest in leaving the obstruction decision to congress not that he didn't say that to me now. So he's the fraction decision should be up to you. He didn't say that either. But that's generally, the department Justice works prosecutors role at the end of the day is binary are there charges or no charges or is this a crime or not a crime? Have you overruled Mr. Muller or his team on any redaction question? Now one way or the other no. Have you discussed cities Pacific redaction with the White House? Now. For or for. Immoral. Were, you know, patently meet meet maybe time to think about writing a memoir and spending more time with the family. I'm just saying Moore were move. I think we've had enough Pat Lahey and the judiciary committee for a very long time. He's tease he has been a politician for plenty. I think it's time for paddle heated, maybe think about you know, relaxing a little bit more. Anyway, you'll notice that they're trying to set up some just just the basis for questioning what was done here for the base is for questioning. Whether or not bar has been ethical has event any rules, anything strange here at all. And the answer is, of course. No, no, no where while Bertram, rich McConnell, Mitch McConnell. Is very clear on this point. He knows that will they're only the only have a few plays left. Democrats only a few places they can go once. This report finally gets dropped. Few places they can go and one of them is going to be trying to trash. They've already started that. But they're holding back on the full court press of bars. Terrible. You can't trust them. He's the worst. They're holding back on that until the report drops, but Mitch McConnell trying to go, but ahead of that platelet twelve. Trust ready the attorney to take general the next to step..
Rare 'semi-identical' twins discovered during Australian woman's pregnancy
"Doctors in Australia have documented what they say is the only second known occurrence of semi identical twins in the world. They were born in two thousand fourteen but details of the case have only just been made public in the New Scientist, Tracy Bertram reports in what experts have described as an extremely rare case the sister and brother from Brisbane who are now four just seventy five percent of their DNA. In contrast identical twins with one hundred percent and fraternal Pez. Share fifty the Brisbane twins have identical DNA from their mother, but not from their father. That's because the single egg was fertilized by two sperm the embryo, then split in two with each half ending up with two sets of chromosomes the necessary number normally, an embryo dies in such cases as it has three sets of chromosomes. Doctors say it's the first time such an exceptional case has been identified during
Cleveland ballpark mustard maker drops Indians’ Chief Wahoo logo
"News, no longer cuts the muster at that's the word in Cleveland were an infamous condiment is bid. I'll do say. Bye bye to chief Wahoo the grinning caricature of North American Indian warrior deemed offensive to native Americans has already been phased out of USA. Cleveland's progressive stadium beginning this season the cartoon chiefs face won't be on the players uniforms either. Now, the folks at Bertram foods who make the mustard served at the ballpark have been told her a move chief Wahoo from their packets or else. However, the team says they'll still sell a few items featuring the grinning Indian at team
"bertram" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Our top story Kentucky's democratic attorney general says he will oppose a federal court ruling that struck down the Affordable Care Act known as ObamaCare. Andy Bashir, telling reporters, the very first thing, we have to do is to make sure this ruling a state or frozen and cannot go into effect that people cannot lose their coverage that seniors cannot be charged more that women cannot be discriminated against the sheer says the ruling Woody lemonade expanded Medicaid coverage and eliminate key benefits for people with preexisting conditions. Indiana's Republican attorney general Curtis hill applauds the ruling telling Fox News in the interim provides congress with a real opportunity recognizing that ObamaCare is on life support to pull together and make a determination of the things that we need to do to provide sufficient health care for all Americans including pre existing conditions. A federal judge in Texas ruled last week the individual coverage mandate under ObamaCare is unconstitutional, thereby invalidating the whole law. The government could be heading for a partial government shutdown at the end of next week if the White House and congressional leaders failed to reach an agreement so far there's no sign of a deal ABC's. Karen Travers is at the White House with the latest. The White House continues to take a hard. Mine officials say they're prepared to shut down the government to get the five billion dollars. The president wants for a wall on the US Mexico border White House policy adviser, Stephen Miller on CBS is face the nation. On sunday. We're going to do whatever is necessary to build the border wall to stop this ongoing crisis of illegal immigration last week. The president said he would take the blame. If there's a shutdown. Karen Travers, ABC news. The White House. Visitation is today for a Charlestown Indiana police officer who was killed in the line of duty last week. Sergeant Ben Bertram died when he crashed his police car during a chase is visitation is today from two to seven at the Charlestown high school gym the funeral is tomorrow morning at eleven o'clock in the gym. There was a shooting this morning and the Bashford manor neighborhood the scene was on rock cliff court Louisville. Police say officers found a man suffering from gunshot wounds meat was taken to university hospital. Police say there are no suspects. Congressional Republicans are set to hear testimony today from former FBI director James Komi, a closed door hearing is happening on the hill at the request of the GOP. Even though he already answered questions regarding his decision not to file charges against Hillary Clinton for her Email scandal after facing the two house committees. That time Qomi said he was frustrated to be talking about the Email situation. Again in a small town in North Carolina. A plot to blow up the county jail has been uncovered ABC's. Jim Ryan reports the scheme was the apparent brainchild of murder suspect. Shawn Damian Castorina sitting in jail in elements county North Carolina Castorina hatched in escape plan involving explosives guest Reina, wounded enough to blow hole in the wall. To wall down where he could get out. Sheriff Terry Johnson says the citizen came to him with a letter in which Castorina laid out the plot. This is a very very serious case sheriff Johnson says Castorina had mailed the escape plan knocked to his two accomplices, but to that citizen now Castellina faces new charges and the would be coach. Conspirators are in jail to Jim Ryan ABC news. Your next news update at eleven thirty. I'm Paul miles. Newsradio eight forty W H A S, Kentucky, Anna's, breaking news, weather, and traffic station..
"bertram" Discussed on Bleeding Green Nation
"So this is a team that wanted to run the ball and make just enough plays on offense depending on their defense to win games. Those downgrades Levada Cooper sherve to burst room. They are massive. They cannot be understated on anything Cooper's that awful. I mean, he certainly not good. But the don't agree to Bergstrom Bertram was getting flout abused by the Cowboys defensive line. Now, what is helped him this season in my opinion? Is they have the best Baco tackle in the league in time the Seki for Wynn Williams or Moses gets hurt. So that's helped them achieve some kind of consistent play on the book. And so even when a tackle goes down, which they have at various points in the season. You don't just see a big time collapse until they both go down and you have to play during Christian the rookie out of Louisville less who just is not even close to ready yet doesn't have the functional strength doesn't have the techniques Super Bowl prospect coming out. So, but then this is an advantage and pro football focus agrees with their offensive line. Verse defensive line matchup numbers that this is an advantage for the eagles, especially in the interior. When I think Fletcher Cox against Tony Bergstrom to me Jernigan. He should be able to pop out was implies plays. And we'll point before you have at at Ben. But this matchup in the trenches because of that instability along the offensive line for Washington, they're really struggling with stunts and gains. And that something that Michael Bennett does very very very well. And I think if you continue to use those within these going to have a big day, and I like the idea of kicking Brandon Graham inside against the guards on long passing downs. Would do. It would be really nice to see a solid performance from him. Also backed up in the box score..
"bertram" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Welcome back to the second. Half amplify were guest is Robin Bertram. We're talking about her book hidden treasures finding hope in the end of lights journey in her soul is filled with hope and she sharing it with us. They Paula Josh from my double indemnity at the end of the first hour. I said, oh, why dumped her which means I disconnected the phone line? When the when the producer needed to talk to her. So if people didn't know what that meant. I disconnected the phone line. Robyn how if someone were to ask you. How can I know for sure the God loves me? How would you try to answer that question? Well, you know, that's that's a great question. And the way that I would answer it father run is he gave his only son. So that you could have like, and I think about that because I'm a mother, and I have a son, and my son means everything to me love love love, my son. And I think about the love that God had to have to put his son on that crawl. That that that is is such tremendous love that he has for you. And I that he cares enough that we live with him into eternity that he would sacrifice his own son on across. And when we understand what his sacrifice what then we can understand. The lucky has fries often towns I've worked with people before that they there's a there's a block or a barrier that prevents them from feeling his lungs and often times it's something as simple as is unforgiving spirit. You know, we've we've been we've been offended by someone or hurt by someone and we just refuse to forgive. And that unforgiveness will block us from receiving the love that. God freely extends dos. And so I think that's that's an important thing for the reader to to grasp. But that anything that stands in the way up receiving God's love, we need to learn to lay down if it's bitterness or our pride or jealousy. Or any of those things that we struggle with. We we need to addenda those things and ask God to forgive us because since separate size out of the fellowship with God. And we can't experience his love. But when when you do understand the love God has for you. It changes every everything about you changes the way you live the way you perceive life, the joy that you have the joy is overwhelming. Wing when you understand that that you have a God who loves you. There's a there's a scripture. In exodus, exodus three three seven. And this was God. A he he wrote in his word is he was looking at his has people when they were in the oppression of Egypt. And he said this the Lord said I have surely seen the afflictions among people who are in Egypt, and I have given he'd to their cry because of their task masters for I'm aware of their suffering. And I love that scripture because in that scripture, we learned that God hears. He sees he understands and he cares. And so I wrote to one of my share worthy in the midst of our deepest pain. God is watching to see if we will reach out for his abundant promises. And I think that's so important as we think about these struggles that we have got ceased. He he here's our cry. And I know personally when you're going through those kind of struggles, you wonder Escot, even hearing me does he care and the answer is yes, we have it it's written. And and when it's written. We can stand firmly on what is written because it's traced you, right? Love love love as long as you have breath. Love we all show love you right in different ways. But it's not how we show love is that we do show love love can keep you going when nothing else can. And you you point on some of the ways in which we can show love through treasured memories by making memories by savoring memories. And in the way, we deal with people. You you make recommendations about how we can be present to someone who is struggling by simply being president and avoid giving false hope avoid being fake. It's critical to those who are struggling sicker dying the right to.
Family wants Dallas officer who shot son in his apartment to "come clean"
"And there were more protests yesterday in Dallas over the fatal shooting of a man by Dallas cop, the officer claims that she walked into an apartment that she thought was hers and fired at a suspected intruder. The family of the victim gave an exclusive interview to see Bs news correspondent Omar via. Franca? I am still in denial. I cannot believe that he's not. Not all Bertram and Allison John want to know is why Dallas police officer amber, Geiger shot and killed their son both them in his own apartment. One of the things. I would like is. Just come clean. Just surrender. According to the manslaughter arrest warrant, the thirty year old officer told detectives she returned to what she thought was her third floor apartment just before ten pm on Thursday. She noticed the door was ajar and in the dark apartment, she saw a large silhouette inside. She thought it was a burglar after she gave verbal commands that were ignored she fired her gun twice and killed both them to hear that, you know, his door was open. He would never and have the lights off. He would never do that both of them grew up in Saint Lucia. But the gene family says he was fully aware of the strained relationship between the black community in America and police died in a weed at he himself had calculated. He could never rumors of what really happened still haven't been laid to
Prince Harry Sang A Line From 'Hamilton' During Children's Fundraiser
"Today the movie back to the future everyone doc. Brown explained to Marty how his DeLorean was able to go back in time this is what makes time travel possible Capacity, well, unfortunately for Katherine Burcham she didn't remember that part Catherine's. A TV reporter up in the, Boston area about this week covering the crash of a small plane at that airport in the town of Hanson Massachusetts the pilot had survived the crash that
New video of Thai cave rescue shows just how close divers came to disaster
"To find a store near you that sells it now from kiro radio news room and mynorthwest dot com the president sense of history goes back to the day before yesterday democratic senator dick durbin among those concerned that president trump is lashing out at nato allies even as the group meets in belgium he doesn't understand the nato alliance which for seventeen years has kept europe safe in the world safe for that matter today president trump asserted that germany is totally controlled by and captive to russia because of a pipeline project twelve boys and their soccer coach rescued from a cave in thailand are in good condition cbs's anna werner is at the hospital where the boys are being treated the first video of the rescued tie boys recovering in the hospital has been released the boys all wearing masks appear to be in good spirits several boys waved at the camera as relatives watched from outside a glass wall tiny seals also released video from the dramatic rescue issues divers carrying the boys on stretchers through the narrow flooded cave and eventually all the way out croatia is going to its first world cup final walker the air colin fox mario scored the winning goal in the one hundred ninth minute to give croatia a two one victory over england croatia will face france on sunday in the world cup final of vancouver washington burglar had to call nine one one on himself after he broke into an escape room business and couldn't disguise robert bertram owner of the northwest escape experienced kiro seven we started thinking about it and yeah it's funny i'm proud to say i'm the only escape room in the north west that has one hundred percent capture rate of criminal yeah the.
"bertram" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"We're going to pick up bertram lee in santa fe new mexico nine thousand nine hundred sixty sixty even sixty even mary murray's dazed and frozen jane almost walks right past bertram who lies broken in the snow red uses from beneath them coating the white reminding gene of a cherry snow cone easing closer to the still body she nudges the torso with her numb toll stiff plopping down next to the still man the cold of no importance jane pets has overcoat and feels a lump slipping her hand into the inside pocket she fumbles with his wallet and pulling it out rummages through it dr bertram lee san francisco california she stuffs the leather case back into his pocket my my doctor league year long way from home announcing out loud an unclear rationality overtakes jane's insanity as she gets to her feet and in a trance stumbles tour katie lies noticing a spots of blood spreading from between the woman's legs jane realizes she's having a baby lifting the bottom of katie's dress jane season infants lying they're not breathing quickly lifting the child she pats the back trying to get it to inhale ffirst i jane believes her efforts are too late until suddenly the little girl begins to whimper and then how instant love that's what jane experienced at that moment and in her heart she knew she'd never give up this baby remembering her discarded son jane leers down at katy who lies tangled like a fractured puppet she's dead jane's inner voice tells her just rip the court and switched the babies who will ever know lost in her demented thoughts jane doesn't here jet sneak up behind her but then senses her presence when she hears his cries of disbelief trotting over to his freezing wife you reps the blanket around her and the baby she's holding thinking that it's still his son until the child begins to cry again jane what the hell word that infant come from jed oh look we've been given a second chance she holds the newborn in the air a baby girl jet just for us jet blance down and sees the dead body of their son line between the unknown women's legs you've got to be kidding me chain what are you thinking no one will ever know jed we can take her home and then you can come back with the.
"bertram" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN
"And also blake bertram eleven tweets did you see the first person to congratulate brady clear blake meant the head official controversy abounds in the afc championship apparently we'll see eight eight eight seven to nine three seven seven six go to fabian in georgia fabian you're on first and last is gone on hey i'm echo the guy who tweeted at you because i just i don't i don't get it is everyone uh completed in is i'm looking at the game and i'm looking at home these pass and fare call that worry about uh early in the playoffs hormone saying quarterbacks and i i just can't believe like no one's gonna talk about this the hey laura i injured my on east george i think the only place i disagree with you is that a lot of people were to talk about this i would argue were probably gonna talk about this for a large portion of the day and the only thing i would say is it where the way it was called in the rest of the playoffs routed matter to me it's how this officiating crew calls it when i was in new orleans i got my first real taste of this because sean payton in that staff put a tremendous amount of time and energy into scouting the officiating crews the going to game cruiser like teams and coaches they've got tendencies they've got things in their background they've got things that they've been showed they've been told to harp on they've got things that they tend to pay more attention to that others so it's what is this crew tend to call now where i was looking maybe cry foul if i'm a jacksonville fan is the way it was called half to half seemed to change shh especially looking after that grant penalty seem to change so that is a way that you might come up and attack this if you felt so inclined first and last michael junior here on espn radio and espn app we did have another game that took place by the way one that was a lot less close and the one that i think a lot more people expected to see play out like the first game the eagles beat the vikings thirty eight to seven and that underdog cry continues to get louder for this team continues to grow.
"bertram" Discussed on KOMO
"Judge eric bertram told ivorian couldn't let him back out in good conscience and label in the most dangerous guy in the city ma former seattle seahawks getting a lot of heat for comments he made on facebook about women and football komos charlie harder with the story it's been a remarkable past week with men in talking about women in football here's a radio sports guy in philadelphia i just curious through why we need to have a woman called nomophobia make that a former radio's morris gained philadelphia being came quarterback cam newton funny to hear female talk about routes now former see how john moffitt joins i'm saying on facebook nine quoting here women don't know football most guys barely do stopped coming into meal spaces in demanding respect commenters haven't taken kindly to the sexes screed one seeing on peace with the moffitt what kind of repressed anger and shame lie behind your words i wonder he played in seventeen games with the seahawks was traded to dinner in 2013 new quickly retired after that charlie harger komo news meanwhile vice president mike pence attended sunday's colts forty nine or is game and walked out when members of the forty nine ers took any during the national anthem abc's run claiborne has more on what some people are calling in expensive publicity stunt vice president reigniting the fury over the flag flying to indianapolis from las vegas vice president mike pence stood with handover heart as their national anthem was played before colts san francisco forty nine ers game of the field several forty nine as players took a knee and with that tense abruptly left the stage him back to the airport and flew back to the west coast minutes later tweeting i left today's culture because porter said i will not dignify any event that disrespects our soldiers are flag or our national anthem pences protester appeared planned reporters were warned that he could leave the game early some forty nine or is more likely neil is there a former quarterback colin kaepernick had started the protest last season and a number of players have picked it up president trump tweeting i asked vp plans to leave stadium if any players kneeled disrespecting our country it was trump who fan the flames at a rally in alabama last month when somebody disrespects our flag to say get that son of of.