35 Burst results for "Blaine"
Seattle-Based Boeing Max Is Cleared to Fly as FAA Lifts Longest U.S. Grounding
"Boeing seven thirty-seven max has been grounded. Worldwide following two deadly crashes. The federal aviation administration on wednesday has approved for boeing's fixes on the airplane to clear the max to return to service. So if you're traveling out there now it's not going to happen right away but just think about in the next in the next year. The long delayed approved to mean that. The max is on track to fly passengers again in the united states. Before the year's end. I don't know if i if i want to be the first guy on that blaine after each plane and pilot meets requirements by the faa laid. Out in recent weeks boeing can resume jet deliveries and production of the renton ren thanh will begin to ramp up though very slowly since the first crash of the max two years ago has discovered the problems that has delayed this movement. Ceo dave calhoun in chicago in a statement says that lives had lost in two tragic accidents lessons. Learned from the max. Crashes have reshaped our company. The faa verdict says. That the jedis safe to fly. At least beginning. Of the end of the boeing crisis. For the max. But yet boeing grapples the logistics of getting more airplanes in the air the details because of the crashes tragedy surface. Over the past twenty months boeing reputation for engineers excellence has been shattered at the faa positions. The world as the arbitrator for for safety has seriously been undermined using flying the seven. Thirty seven max in the air. But they've made some changes they put a stick of gum on it. Put some duct tape over the things that said that the plane was what was it was an ultimate thing where it didn't didn't know how how close it was to the ground. Everything was off and all of a sudden you know planes crashing. So i guess boeing is going to let the seventh or actually the the. Faa's going to let the seven thirty-seven. Max a return to the
Kate Winslet Managed to Hold Her Breath for 7 Minutes
"Long do you think you can hold your breath. i don't know no learning sack minute. Well showy try it. Kate winslet just set a record for holding her breath underwater to film a movie scene. She was an underwater scene for avatar. Two and she held her breath for seven minutes and fourteen seconds. No way now that beats the old record set by unsurprisingly tom cruise. Tom cruise held the record for the longest breath. Hold while filming underwater previous to this for mission impossible rogue nation when he went six minutes holding his breath. That's insane kate. Winslet said it was brilliant. And i was very proud of myself and i'll probably never be able to do that again. It came at the end of four weeks of intense training and it was in the dive tank. It was in the training tank. But i loved it so neither kate nor tom will break the real breath holding record anytime soon of you ever heard what the actual guinness record is for. David blaine hold it now. Alec alexey cigarette vendrell. Whoever that is twenty four minutes and three seconds. How do you live.
Destruction of murder hornets nest doesn't end threat
"What was in that Asian giant Hornet Nest found near Blaine last month, and that includes a couple of 100, Queens. Potentially each of those Queens could be a new nest next year. Obviously, it really seems like we got there just in the Nick of time. State entomologists Spend species eager says in all about 500 It's profound. Considered on the small side for Asian giant Hornet Nest, scientists are still looking for two other nests somewhere in what come county. The
Georgia is now a 'true toss-up state'
"The bordering state of Georgia state. Democrats have carried just once in the past nine presidential cycles but we're both parties particularly in this last week. Believe it's Biden that has the slight edge right now going into election day nearly four million votes have been cast so far. In Georgia, it compares to just over four million votes that were cast. All told four years ago and the fivethirtyeight dot com polling average has biden up by just a point and a half and it makes Georgia. A true toss up state is where we find Blaine Alexander. She is in Atlanta and really it is about Atlanta turn out and the Atlanta suburbs. What do you tell us? You know chuck just the fact that we are even talking about state of Georgia right now shows you just how much things have changed in this. Once reliably red state you know consider this president trump won the state. Of Georgia when in two thousand, sixteen by five points without making a single stop here once he became the party's official nominee will now we're seeing the president twice in the peach state in. The final three weeks of this campaign including stop today. Now, on the democratic side, we're seeing assault from Senator Kamala Harris also today tomorrow former President Barack Obama will be in Atlanta, and all of this of course comes on the of Joe Biden's appearance here just last week. So Chuck in addition to all of these closing arguments though we're going to be watching closely to see exactly how Georgia actually handles this. Election remember the last time we saw Georgians head to the polls was during the June primary. That's when we saw people waiting in line outside at times in the rain for hours to cast their ballot and many of the early voters that I spoke to this time around say that was a big reason that they came out early this time that coupled with Stacey Abrams narrow defeat for governor back in two. Thousand Eighteen they say that they WANNA make sure that there's enough time to troubleshoot as they say to make sure that if they come into any issues with technology or long lines, they'll be able to work that out and have their vote count now as if all of that wasn't enough this year, Georgia has not one but two US Senate seats up for grabs and Democrats are hoping to flip them both
Two 'Murder Hornet' Queens Captured From Tree in Blaine, North of Seattle
"Coverage. Couple of high profile queen bees are being studied by the states have radios, Diane Ruth Wilder says. The Asian giant Hornets were found inside that tree lane last week, week, the the Department Department of of Agriculture Agriculture says says when when they they chopped chopped off off the the section section of of the the tree tree and and Blaine Blaine holding holding the the nest. nest. They They found found two two Five Five Asian Asian giant giant Hornets, Hornets, both both Queens Queens after after arduous arduous efforts efforts to to find find the the best best entomologist entomologist shot back to the Predators out of it last weekend. They cut into the treated look for strays and collect the nest so they can study it for clues about the dangerous Hornets and how
Authorities successfully destroy “murder hornet” nest in Washington
"Murder Hornets in the U. S. Has been destroyed and Tamala just discover the Asian giant Hornet nest in a tree on Thursday near Blaine in Washington, the States Department of Agriculture founded through radio trackers attached to several captured Hornets. The insects are a threat to the U. S. Honeybee population. Lisa
Seattle authorities successfully destroy “murder hornet” nest in Washington
"Were able to remove a nest of giant Asian murder Hornets in Joaquin County this morning, the vacuum them out of a tree near Blaine State. Entomologists say they destroyed the nest in an effort to eradicate the insects from spreading farther across the state. They say these Hornets could wipe out the state's natural honeybee population if they did not act. A new
Authorities successfully destroy “murder hornet” nest in Washington, NW of Seattle
"Scientists were able to remove a nest of giant Asian murder Hornets and Joakim County this morning that vacuum them out of a tree near Blaine State. Entomologists say they destroyed the nest in the effort to eradicate the insects from spreading farther across the state. They say these Hornets could wipe out the state's natural honeybee population. If they didn't act.
Crews vacuum 'murder hornets' out of Washington nest NW of Seattle
"Venom. Several can kill a person video of the bugs being vacuumed out of a tree near Blaine is posted on the Department of Agriculture's Twitter page. Thes state entomologist has talked about it. We'll want to track them back to the real nest office isn't the location. But all indications as of right now is that this is the nest and we will be attempting Eradication is his second location in Washington state with the murder Hornets. You're listening
First 'murder hornet' nest in US found northwest of Seattle
"From a tree near Blaine. The state Department of Agriculture says removing the Hornets is necessary because they could decimate the state's honeybee population. If they don't act. The nest was found in what come county after a captured hornet with a radio tag was tracked One ofour Let's check in and
Washington state discovers first 'murder hornet' nest in US
"The nation's first known nest of so called murder Hornets has been discovered in Washington state and is being demolished to help protect other insects the nest was found in Blaine Washington north of Seattle about the size of a basketball containing more than a hundred of the invasive Asian giant Hornets I actually heard our number is over my head after tracking a Hornet that was tagged with the transmitter attached by dental floss entomologist span Eric's biester Jr was able to locate the nest which is about to be destroyed we will be jamming sound into the insurance and then Saran wrapping it so that we can control the release of harness from the nest the Hornets can deliver painful stings to people and there have been deaths in Asia but their biggest threat is to honey bees which farmers need to help pollinate crops hi Jackie Quinn
First 'murder hornet' nest discovered in US
"Discovered in the U. S. Now they've got to find out how to kill the insects ASAP. The Washington State Department of Agriculture says they've located an Asian giant Hornet nest on a private property and Blaine Washington. The double. USDA says they're going to try and destroy the nest tomorrow after plans to wipe it out today were dashed due to inclement weather. Entomologists found the nest after a trapper caught to live murder Hornets. This Wednesday, using a new type of trap. Two more Hornets, also living were found in another trap yesterday and entomologists attached radio trackers to the big buggers. They stayed in a place unlike the ones a couple weeks ago that fell off and these radio trackers led them to the nest. It's pretty scary. The nest is inside a tree near an area cleared for a residential home. And authorities counted dozens of murder Hornets entering and exiting the tree. Murder Hornets usually nest in the ground, but sometimes they pick a dead tree for their home base.
Scientists find first-ever "murder hornet" nest in the U.S.
"Since the first Asian giant Hornet was caught in the U. S. Months ago, scientists have been meticulously tracking tracking at each and every sighting. What now? Officials found a distressing sign The giant insects known as murder hornets are taking hold. There's a nest Washington State Department of Agriculture Entomologists found an Asian giant hornet nest on a property in Blaine. Washington Thursday, the first one ever found in the U. S. A trapper on Wednesday collected to live Asian giant Hornets that were caught in a new type of trap. Set by the agency in an area that's been reporting murder. Hornets sightings for months The following day, officials down two more live Hornets in another trap in the same area Officials plan to eradicate the nest this weekend. That Piper CBS News
Scientists find first-ever "murder hornet" nest in the U.S.
"Of the US earlier this year, scientists have been tracking each and every sighting in the hopes of squashing out the invasive species before it establishes. Ecology officials found a distressing sign this Washington State Department of Agriculture Entomologists found an Asian giant Hornet nest on a property in Blaine. Washington Thursday, the first one ever found in the U. S. A trapper on Wednesday collected to live Asian giant Hornets that were caught in a new type of trap set by the agency in an area that's been reporting murder. Hornets sightings for months The following day, officials down two more live Hornets in another trap in the same area Officials plan to eradicate the nest this weekend. That Piper CBS
Scientists find first-ever "murder hornet" nest in the U.S.
"And we may not have heard much about them lately. But murder Hornets are still a thing still in the U. S entomologist in Washington state have found the first mortar murder Hornet. Best in the country, according according to the state Department of Agriculture, scientists were able to locate the nest after successfully tracking a captured hornet back to a tree near Blaine Washington near the coordinates. Canadian border. Excuse me. The invasive species is known to kill honeybees, which farmers depend on to pollinate crops that can also deliver painful stings to
Scientists find first-ever "murder hornet" nest in the U.S.
"State have found the first murder Hornet Nest in the United States, according to the State Department of Agriculture. Scientists were able to locate the nest after successfully tracking a captured In it back to a tree near Blaine, Washington. The Asian giant Hornet is an invasive species that has known to kill honeybees and deliver painful stings to human officials say that this is probably not the only murder hornet nest in the state. I'm brand Ford
First 'murder hornet' nest discovered in US: Officials
"Department officials confirmed the first Asian giant Hornet Nest has been found in East Blaine. In what come county tomorrow. They plan to destroy it the giant hornets or murder hornets, and some call them the size of a thumb and likely got into Washington on a cargo ship earlier this year. And if they're not eliminated, they could decimate honeybees. Ted McFall is ah honeybee farmer who lives in Custer and spoke with CBS News Back in July. They will slaughter all the bees go inside the beehive and then rip out that pupil are about the the larva. And then they will fly that back to their own young and feed that to their young. We
Washington state discovers first 'murder hornet' nest in US
"Department officials confirmed the first Asian giant Hornet Nest. Found in East Blaine. In what come county. Tomorrow they will destroy it the giant hornets or murder Hornets, as some call them the size of a thumb and likely got into Washington on a cargo ship earlier this year. If they're not, he eliminated they will decimate our honeybees. Ted McFaul, a honeybee farmer living in Custer spoke with CBS News in July. They will slaughter all these go inside the beehive and then rip out that pupil I read about the larva. And then they will fly that back to their own young and feed that to their young double. USDA officials found the nest after trapping two giant Hornets earlier this week and using a radio tracking device. They followed one of them to the nest. Located on the edge of a resident's property off. Burke rode the
"blaine" Discussed on The Relaxed Dog
"At that's kind of what I was forced to at that point. I guess moving forward bound to house. got a property that was very well suited to her Sit. Area very small plots all through here but I was able to find a lot on the back of a street which had a really big backyard honestly main decision criteria and buying a house award big yard she could enjoy and. Like again, judge just try to learn how to be a dog. And got into here spent several months. kind of sticking to that pattern just mentioned going out as much as possible just to try to. Find Trust in the world But eventually I wound up Clinton an ad out looking or new roommate and. The whole ad basically was, here's ears what's up with my dog. Would aid at. Here's what I need from your dog and in. So many words, the ADS said I need your dog to teach my dog, how to be a dog. Interesting. The yes. I went reluctant for a roommate you're looking for pennies remote. Yeah I think ad like three sentences at the end and what I was looking for a in an actual roommate but that was. In every sense, the phrase in after that. And so so introduced Katie a Katie was moving across the country on a traveling nursing contract She had a younger Greg Gagne net was. Probably one hundred and thirty pounds even though he's still young guy but very energetic and. They actually, this is this was several years ago they lived next now, and then he sees it every day but Griz moved in I moved in with Katie and biggest great Dane you've ever seen but he absolutely build his purpose he taught any out to play talk any atte- go eat her food when other dogs are around. Even as far as a teacher to Harrop stuff So there's a little bit back and forth on who was responsible for destroying an item on a given day. Noise. And she didn't have any sort of hesitancy with meeting such a large dog first time. No no it was just another dog that she had never seen before. So it all worked out. Fine. So they they wound up living here for about eight months before she wound up getting the House next door. And it went incredibly incredibly well I can remember one day, and this is by this point I'd had any over two years and. I was sitting in my kitchen watching her do something I can't remember but I would i. do remember is just having a thought of like she. She's normal now like she knows how to be like a normal dog and don't get me wrong still a million quirks and a million unique things but it was the first time I ever will debtors like all right. You're doing what needs to be done. You'll have all these undo. Cheers of everything around you like you can actually just relaxing live now it like was the biggest relief and I remember touching base with the rescue group. I got her from sometime around into and tell them this story and. It was it was so cool to say like you know the transformations it'll never be done but like this big first phase is done and it was, it was somewhere between two hundred two and a half years of owning her before we finally hit that point. That is that's excellent. Tari, getting a little moist there. Look at that sunrise to hear. What sort of any sort of like adventures that the the two of them that you can sorta like that come to mind. They had more of a backyard romance I. Guess Errol is good to be doing things in the backyard and run around and a gold backboard between the neighbors houses and such but in terms of getting out into the mountains here the desert mountains and that remained a penny and I only event for I a while to come after that even By background I grew up on a farm I spent every waking hour outside when I was a kid and that's definitely followed me into adulthood and now kind of having done that most of my life I was a lot more comfortable with. Things up some people might considered dangerous or riskier somewhere between So kind of for that reason, we'd all go out on her own a lot I was comfortable with hides comparable cliffs knew how to navigate him with penny at this point, and we just kind of went out and did our thing every weekend and I'd say our average Saturday for for a couple of years was it up around sunrise be at the mountains go go play around for five six hours and make our way back home. And all throughout that process I kept stepping up the difficulty little by little at first I was super super considerate of the fact that she had done a whole lot of that and she quickly me no, she was not going to give me the same consideration. Just you bouncing around like you cannot imagine like a mountain goat for from day one and you know I step of difficulty she'd have no problem, step it up a little more. She'd had no problem and unsure sure my mom saw what we're doing on some of the some of those days you'd have an accident part of that but hey, I'm guessing for both of you. I love it and if for a moment at an any was loving it, I would've stopped. but it was super clear that she was Avin time of her life. I kind of get couple and running with it and. I guess by this point I'd been lived I had been living in Las Vegas for a couple of years and had gotten to meet some some really good friends within the hiking community here and no we started getting into Sufism more technical stuff repelling lining You. Know. As, predictably, so I started researching online whether that might be a good idea to bring any along for those and Lo and behold there's equipment for nurse training videos or tons of literature on and. Familiarized myself and. I remember that First Aid Taken Penny rebelling when? Standing Atop One hundred and twenty foot cliffs and her trying to figure out what in the world is about to happen. So you started small when? I wish I could say yes but. We did a couple of. Couple kissing realize saying this whole time instead of meters. Audience here but. But you know it started in the backyard free and bring her a few meters into the air and made sure she was calm and not not not going to be panicky 'cause I didn't need that at the top of a forty meter cliff myself and I would say that I repel I to this day I. do still feel a little guilty because I knew it scared her she had no idea what to expect but. Guy Remember I think it was the second second time? We went out to go repellent. It was like a propels that day. And by the second one. Like she's jumping off a cliff under her own.
"blaine" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything
"I feel like including when he so when he lego at twenty, four, thousand, nine, hundred feet as he's like. The Guy Goes. Over the radio because he because he's like, no, you're close enough like you WanNa hit twenty, five thousand feet that sounds better. But also as the guys undoing things, it's too late don't start yelling wait wait wait that's what he wants to hear right before. I on the ground. WAS NOT. One of David Blaine like normal God it was. It was the guy who jumped into the no that was him saying yeah. That stuff I didn't know that so. He kept advising him to do stuff. Like. No ask this other guy, the guy right next he'll tell you I did things do you even know who I am? Although. I think it does add a level of like, wow. The Guy who jumped out of a plane without a parachute to land in a net is telling him like, Hey, come on. Enough Yeah. And I think this is I think that goes back to my problem with. I'm a problem with this because I I thought the buried alive thing I thought the the ice thing. Frozen. In time I thought you said, this was just about ascension. But this one it was like. It seems like this was on some levels more difficult. Than what that other guy did? Yeah. Certainly a lot more coordination. Yeah but it. Didn't seem as impressive as what that other guy did you? Yeah and that's the thing and he was like I understand the logistical challenges. Of doing something like this. But at the end of the day in terms of like boom hey what did he do? Shit? He jumped from twenty five thousand feet without a parachute into a net, and this is like Oh shit. What did he do? He attached himself to a bunch of. Balloons and some equipment disguises balloons and he have parachute on. But then at some point, he did put a parachute on and then he hooked himself from the balloons and then he. Skydive from there. That's cool. But like I don't know. It's not. It's not a snappy Tom I like it when it's snappy. Yeah, I'M GONNA communication with real bad. It seemed like David. Blaine couldn't hear that guy very well and he kept asking very specific questions. People on the ground. Probably should have heard David Blaine fine if we could hear. David. Blaine. So David Blaine was like, should I unhook my left shoulder? qx I should I'm going to unhook my left shoulder correct. Correct. Correct, then the guy would the guy wouldn't say lick all he's looking for is correct. Yeah. Just say to David Blaine, correct correct. Just like yeah, and in the guy is just Like..
"blaine" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything
"But I mean, have you ever seen a ten thousand square foot net? No I've never seen a ten thousand square. Where would I see a ten thousand square foot net exactly. So it's not like he jumped at this up to that that you see every day. I just know watching from the video of him, doing it from the video of the guys behind him filming them. that. Guys behind have to do with it i. just I was thinking as I'm looking at the net that that's too small then yes way too small to be able to hit what if there's just a bill gust of wind. And he can't hit that net and also it sounds like he you know dive headfirst into the net he had to line lineup the net and be like all right. I think I'm lined up and then flip over see he'd land on his back that's terrifying because. You certainly, at some point during that had to have been like Oh this is taking too long. I missed the net and I'm badges splatter the ground. And he died doing mrs he didn't die. He landed in the net perfectly and it was fine. I get him being like, yeah I don't WanNa wear pack if I'm going to do this I don't WanNa wear parachute at all because guess what if I missed the net I've got fifty feet to pull this parachute. What good is that GonNa do me like you should not be doing this at all but if you're gonNA be doing it yeah I guess do without a parachute because who cares? I also assume the two guys with the camera that were. Dropping along with them. That they were there like if something went catastrophically wrong in the beginning, they could've Goddamn or something I don't know how that works. I know that there's a way if somebody's parachute isn't working till like catch them, but it's going to break their arms probably. But it's like a way to hold them so that like you're not gonNA, they're not gonna let go when you pull your shoot right but it is going to eight year arms with there's. kind of it was something like it was like a wrestling hold or something you put him in a full Nelson and then they'll be fine. They will be fine. You'll smash both their arms. But but This Guy What a crazy thing to do, and then this guy was the guy with David Blaine who is like, Hey, don't. Put, put the damn oxygen on our. Day had basically also can we touch on how bad the communication was during this entire stunt? Yeah definitely and Tom I'm telling you right now we're pivoting. This is no longer an episode of the stunts of David, Blaine. Episode Frank Discussion. David Blaine ascension. Yes. This yeah. So much cross talk. I guess there's not that much to say except that there were so much crosstalk..
"blaine" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything
"In the morning but non the afternoon but when he was doing it yeah. But I think again. What I'm saying is. Go with being. Safe. He was like, no, there can't be a possibility of getting hit by lightning. Right although one of his other tricks was essentially him getting hit by lightning but in that case, he knew it was going to happen. So it's different precautions, right? Okay. So Sorry. You were explaining exactly what it is. Yeah. He was going to do it over New York. Like a day or two before that was supposed to happen they said we can't do it in New York. The weather is not cooperating. We're GONNA do it in Arizona which makes sense because yeah you can go in the middle of the desert and there's No Wind No. Rain or anything that's hot, which presents other issues. But not nearly the issues wind with the balloons were heating up tom the balloons were heating up. That's why they had to get going at one point. So the idea was. That there would be a bunch of weather balloons filled with helium and he would. I was a little I wasn't crazy about the whole like he's holding onto them because he wasn't holding onto him. It was just said he was harnessed in a way that his arm was stuck in the harness essentially So it looked like he was holding onto them. which he did take off later on so he could do we need to do. But the idea was that he would go up in helium balloons which you know a child dream what if I got enough balloons to actually lift me off the ground Gonzo style right and he did it and then To add. More. Excitement to it. That once he got to a certain height, he would have to put a parachute on in the air. He couldn't put parachute on before he went up. I, don't know why. and then at a certain height at the height of that I believe they didn't specify exactly what they said the height that jets fly at would-be when he would let go and parachute down not like go obviously just release himself. which presents a huge amount of other issues because once you get. A few thousand feet it starts getting very cold and there's very little oxygen up there. So he added endure those things so for him. He said, this kind of combined a lot of the other stunts he's done because he had very little oxygen so he needs to be able to stay conscious while he was doing this. Year to sustain extremely cold temperatures which he's done before. It's Not. Have a giant fear of heights some before, and then he's had to fall from a great height although this was the greatest site that I believe. These fallen from Yeah in any tally skydived from higher but that yeah well, and that was part of it that to do all this stuff, it was I think more preparation. These ever had do because he had to complete five hundred skydives to get his skydive certification is so low certification or whatever it is He had to get a balloonist license to be able to fly a balloon. Honestly, how hard is that? You never go like Oh, man these the real heroes are the hot air balloon. That must be. Thousands of hours of training like I understand that that's another thing he had to do. But like it's not like oh here to. Log Fifty thousand hours flying a plane to get his pilot's license or something..
"blaine" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything
"I. Want to see him do levitated. I WanNa do I wanna see 'em fake some stuff. No 'cause I like both I appreciate how good of magician is how good of a specially close up magician? I. Think he's Proud he's better than Penn and teller. Close up now. Oh I don't know he's probably not better than Taylor yeah but he is very good. He's up. There is probably better than pen. Yeah. He's one of the top. Five or ten magicians of the world. I. Don't think you're qualified to make that look if there were tied or than I would know them know he just he's on TV and he hangs out with Leonardo DiCaprio. Leonardo DiCaprio. Because Leonardo DiCaprio knows he's one of the top five or ten close up magicians in the world learning. Leonardo DiCaprio's GonNa hang out with the twenty seventh. Best. Close up magician the world now invite him into his vaunted P. Policy. That sounds of worst and when you say. I know. I don't think he was part of that. Was He he was. All I know is that the guy who played lex luthor on Smallville was part of it and that you know. Kind of threw me whereas who is in this It make sense said he wasn't walking around with a bunch of. People at his caliber he wasn't like George. Clooney. Europe part of this. Is like now. I'M GONNA get some guys who are you know a step or two below Leonardo? DiCaprio's level of fame. Tom David Blaine. Hope Y. Toby. Maguire's thou wire there to member wire though I see is like his. Down he's headed down as a step up from the other guys but I see him as. Toby's my right hand guy. Harmony Corine Who Harmony? With that I think I think his last name is pronounced Coron Tom the day that you start. Correcting people on pronunciations come on the today's that day I've started. Kevin Connolly e from. Entourage. Jay R Ferguson, who I do not know Oh he was once a child actor who appeared on evening shade. Yeah Oh. He's on madman to I guess Lukas. Haas yeah I remember us like a child actor and current actor. Yeah it also seems like he he. Not only were. They like a step down from him they he got people that were kind of weird look into. Yeah. In like. He's he's handsome, right? Yes he's not necessarily A. He's traditionally boyishly handsome. Young but he's not. Like low level. You know. Post High School we'd dealer. Asking me for a little while like. Radhi beer post high school re- dealer handsome. That'll. trope. So Anyway David Blaine. Yes I think. He. I think you know him. Because he's good at what he does but he also a good publicist and he's part of that posse that everybody the beloved. Posse yeah. So while we talk about the most recent stunt, he's done. This is why we're talking about. It stunts 'cause it's newsworthy and we were primarily news program. Yeah and we didn't want to cover. This is before it happened because what if things went tragically, wrong Right Okay David, Blaine ascension and from where we're sitting this just happened yesterday. Was that yesterday. Time means nothing it might have been six. Yes it.
"blaine" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything
"Yeah. Well I don't take a NAP everyday. You should be a lot more sprite I'm pretty. Tom, you haven't seen me I skip everywhere now. You have dark circles under your. So's are cosmetic Tim I've told you I'm. Do the pandemic mom gang really into goth culture. That's cool. Yeah. All right. So you've been on the Kito Diet for two days. Yes. No naps. Hey, my nephew. Today I took a little nap backed up. Let's say my year old nephew just got off naps. Has Ever. Talk about. Kito now is that. PUT, on Kito. Yeah I, disagree with it unlike you they are doing it. So he'll lose weight and I just think that's Too Bad precedent to set for a child. Tom. We're gathered here this week to talk about. A great man. A wonderful man, a generous man kind man a cool man. The coolest man Tim you're making me blush. No No. Not You Tom V. Magician and. Endurance performer. Endurance performance I would say. David, Blaine. Yes. How old do you think David Blaine is I think he is forty seven years forty seven. Okay. But I was right? Yeah. You know what like I feel like? Like. Drew Barrymore is. Fifty. Forty five really she's like she's a little older than. I mean, that's crazy. I was thinking I did not know she's I mean it makes sense like I've seen. A recent picture of her and yeah, that checks out. But the David Blaine things surprise me just because. When I saw those Oh he's eight years older than me nine years older than you. But then I thought about well win. He became a guy that people knew though we were teenagers. So when you're a teenager and somebody's twenty six. There're an adult, they're like a regular person when I was twenty six I was not at adult I was not a regular person. Yeah. Even when you're like. Eighteen and. Twenty six year old. There's no difference between a twenty, six year old than a fifty four. Right you're both competent adults who are world-weary you know everything. Certainly. When when David blame I started doing stuff I did not think to myself. You know what? If I concentrated eight years from now I could be where he was. But I probably have been. No there's no way you have to be a maniac. If I was I'm saying if I was a maniac if I did the same training that he did. Yeah that's true. Yeah, Tom, we've done an episode on David Blaine before before we get. So. Many letters, sulman emails. Right. As letters when they're unhappy, you've already done. David. Blaine and Tom Sounds like he is dangerous food allergy. I can see the switchboard lighten up right now. Tom This week, we're going to focus on his stunts endurance. I'm pretty short. That's what we talked about last time I don't know what else are. We would've talked about this his -ality, yeah, he's Magic I. Guess Here's here's my. This is I think where you and I differ David Blaine. I'm not really I don't really care about the stunts I don't I'm not that. The stunts are boring to me I want to see him do card tricks..
"blaine" Discussed on ShopTalk
"Because we started the new command line at version zero right because it was brand new thing we were developing from scratch. And we don't do. We don't do mono repos like a lot of projects are doing these days. We actually have like sixty. Some will get on. Board is better anyway. I oh man. I don't know I don't know I got got go. Packages aren't aren't created only to use in Golbright. So Monterey Pos mostly namespace things in N. p. m. and the goal packages like they exist. Outside of other people can use them. Microsoft actually built a tool on top of core libraries because they didn't want the streaming implementation They just wanted the task system so they took all of the the libraries that I wrote for For gulps tasked with them and they just built their own build tool And so if we were named spacing it would just be a little weird right. It'd be like import at Gulp J s slash undertaker To build your your task system. That just feels a little weird to me. I know it's fine. It's just a naming thing but I wrote these libraries to being used by everybody like I see we have a. We have a library called interpret. That is like one of the if you if you've ever named her gulp file anything but Goldfield Dot. Us If you've named that goal file coffee if you've named it go file about babbled jazz if you've done If you've done your web pack can fig in any language that wasn't just pure J s like if you've done the same thing your web pack dot Babble Dot J. asked Then you are using interpret it is. It is like a library to to registered transpires inside of node and if we had things namespace at Gulf Jazz I just feel like they would likely be used less by people Not only because it's a discover ability issue right like trying to find the package in scope on n. p. m But also just because like people don't want to like advertise for. I don't know it's it's a Weirdo. Consorts thing like I get it if built to be totally totally independent and just let them be totally totally independent. And I think that's like a really good use case for not mono re-polling in this case. Yeah Yeah that's that seems fair. You know if it was just like these are only meant for internal usage and you still split them off. The feels less nice. You know only for the economics of like. Oh God. Now my my gut just constantly changing direct directories and stuff to to do my get commits and all that. I just like a management headache and Ergonomic said Ake. I think I'd agree. Yeah it's a horse problem. Definitely to animals are involved. I had some questions bling. Like what's what's the future of Gulp here. Do you have any like version? Fours out new websites out like what what is the future of. Gulp can aware. Where do you think it's going rate? I have lots of ideas so we're going to keep working on our documentation like I'm very happy with our setup now We can turn out new documentation. We when we did our rewrite of the documentation for four in the new website. We didn't we didn't translate any of the plug in Guidelines or how to write a plug in. We didn't translate any of the recipes So I want to get a lot of that stuff figured out and so One of our big expenses for the money that we do receive is to pay a documentarian and whoever else helps to write docs because it is like probably what what I would think is like the least interesting thing that Katina can do People don't WanNa do it right like they? They will do anything but they'll fix issues. They will create features but writing documentation is really hard. So it's one of our big expenses Well and I guess as a certain point year too deep right like you know too much about Gulp and how it works and how to ride ICAL vile a you almost lose out you miss out on that novice sort of mindset the beginner mindset. You know that that might be required to make really good. Docs that's tough. That's right and our documentarian actually has written about Four lines of ever so gets to tell me when things are way too deep and when I I have too much knowledge or experience and we can Bring it back to. Its its base and really rooted in in the fundamental knowledge. Not Blaine is super super deep in the weeds here. That's Nice I in our last show. The topic of a friction log came up. Which was kind of a you. Try to do something technical and just be mindful as you're doing it up anything that was you know unusual caused us some friction and write it down and maybe that works for docs as well if somebody's reading some docs and like there's friction because they just don't understand what the heck you're talking about that's a That's a moment there to latch onto the other. I would say the other immediate future thing Dave is that something that came up very recently And it's kind of frustrating to me is that We got four was started to be developed when No zero ten was still new and now notes up to fourteen And so our our support actually active two zero ten. Because I didn't want to break people in the release but node fourteen. That came out the other day. It actually breaks the Gulf watcher So what we will very likely. I don't know how we're going to find the time to do this. Because it's a lot of hours of work but we need to probably do a gulp of four to five breaking release that has That just changes are node. J Support Matrix on so that we can upgrade some libraries to get the fixes needed support node for. That's a nightmare man. I'm sorry you know like just you have to lock to an old note version which is probably like something that some people aren't stoked about like I can't you can't use four. It's stuck in the past you know I don't know it just seems like a like a bummer. What have no duty you? They just change some I. It's been happening for a while. But they've actually just removed some of the features that we we relied on in like the native code so I understand that they are trying to to clean house right. They're trying to remove this old crusty natives. Like I think it's probably see code or bindings for that. And that's what. Our Watcher Library uses and the watcher library has been upgraded but they don't backward fixes so we need to We need to do an upgrade. Which is major breaking change? And then we're also going to have to drop support for node some and to be honest like these are old node versions but we try to have the the most comprehensive. We can So we're going to be looking into baton immediate future good good luck and That's cool that's good to hear now. I like again. Thanks for coming on. I really appreciate it like we saw to their view of here in Austin knows But it's just good to know like Gopez going Gopez like still active like like. I think it was always kind of in my head like I like Gulp but I like what's going on with it. You know and so Want to say thank you for coming on the show talking about it because it does sound like it's it's active active in still very useful so I guess we should wrap it up here in the blamed for those who are not falling you and giving you money. How can they do that? I would say. Go check out the Gulf website Gulp. Jazz DOT COM I'm really happy with the design. It's really cool I I don't promote myself too much I'm playing doublets on twitter But yeah hit up golf. Got Legal culp stuff is really cool. we have all the sponsorship links you can find the tide lifts enterprise option on the website as well Yeah yeah thanks yeah. There is a donate button in the NAB. I support up Get money get paid so everyone go there and check. Check a buck or two bucks. I guess is the minimum effective. Looks at it all right. Well cool well. Thank you so much and Yet thank you dear listener for downloading this in your pocket or choice or. Da your file because you could probably do that. He follows on twitter chapter for tens of tweets a month. Consume that in your goal file of if you hate your job ever shop talk show dot com slash jobs and get a brand new because people want hire people like you and Chris anything else. 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"blaine" Discussed on Broken Record
"Record was nine eight again. The guy had a huge advantage or may not the matters but he was very skinny. Very Tall. Tom. You know in in in his lung capacity total lung capacity was almost apple. Who was pretty extraordinary sunny. That's that doesn't matter but anyway I thought somehow what I saw was by living in the sphere. Just lie decided to do the scare before by Living. There would acclimate become condition. But also I thought that ice by not eating for that amount of time metabolic rate would slow down and suddenly be able to hold my breath much longer. That's what I was hoping for but it does doesn't really why started cracking stuff away so it doesn't really work like that. Then I went back trained. The Bureaucracy Jin hypothetical record at that time was ten minutes. No real visuals on its. I started training to static apnea breath holding oxygen. So I got my first. Try and add a bunch of friends. There that word up nor basketball surging doctors owners when they saw that I was under for fifteen minutes. Nothing they pulled me out because in their mind is like the body candidate order that that's not also and I was like. Why did you do that? Spine in came in with pulmonary expert with telemetry and everything attached. I had done a twenty minute and two seconds breath. Hold before the Oprah One which seventy four twenty minutes in to second breath heart rate dropped it a beats per minute and they've never seen that and so they pulled me out once again. I was like why he do that. They were like 'cause you're about to go into cardiac Cardiac DEBT I was like perfectly fine. The body does things it adjusted adapts. And I don't know if there's something to just accepting the situation riding through the Alps but it was. It was pretty amazing so when I had to do the world record which Tom Z. Posted right before I mean he went on Regis killing it to sixteen thirty two from hypothetical. Thirteenth Nasdaq okay. Got Analysis so I got twenty so I felt like when I do override. Be Okay getting to the seventeen sixteen thirty two in Longworth fold. What is what are the phases of what's going on mentally you want to? Ideally it silly but you WanNa keep your eyes closed. You WanNA do your your brain takes a lot of energy so you WanNa Kinda minimize on everything just to preserve. Oh to want to shut everything down as much as possible that I do is I just I. I used to be Al Bank of names visit. All different places absorbs drift onto the ocean going into the abyss of the oceans. Kind of go all over them when so when I did it on stage and stuff like that much show. I didn't do that move. I go upside down but going down. I realized this Dini's through it upside down and I realized why I think he was doing this. Because if you think about the way mammals that are underwater creatures. They big breath in. They died this way. So if you think about it when you're upside down at first. Your lungs aren't forcing the air out there forcing it's that physician is going into lung so it's like. Ibm upside down in is a much easier position. Hold your breath. The only getting their takes energy even getting out of it. When I'm upside down in the water tank I kinda relaxed on the skirt asleep. Knock go to sleep. I mean go to that place just didn't make sense. So what was the last one will after that? When I got really cocky and Mike trainer working on it's like can never do a stunt that you'd have to prepare for you need to do it and understand what you're doing. I did this upside down thing and I figured I'd done like six hours of Sagawa's thing I can do sixty hours upside down to six hours. I've been dry upside down for. I like you know nightmare among side down anyway that that was a disaster of disaster. Shut down for a long time. Did stop national that with the electricity whereas in a Tesla Coil. Seventy three hour standing up which was really hard as expansion of the ankles start for risk through the metal chain mail. Faraday seat I was wearing and you know one time and I had electric water. Our strength spitted out the ARK it. The water went for Lasted from my heart. And even I think I'd burn marks on my toes so that that was a really really difficult one in the last one I did at my daughter was born like not doing anything anymore. Like this done so I just went back to the magic stuff. Thought something I've been working on. It's been that has been so fun. Can Amazing Right now. I'LL REC- we're just working out dreaming about playing with it. Thank you but there is one that I love this. The opposite it's not about you know survive on it. It's more about the opposite. End the best more about our tree and beauty and things like that. Hopefully they still even in the shows that I've seen I've seen you do stuff. We still end up being in a tank water for a really long time right. Well Yeah I mean I. Can't I love those things I love and to me? How's that magic me? That's the real magic to me. It's like the bodies capable doomed things that we can't even imagine that the body was standard. Do that's magic. A human can go without air for twenty minutes and two seconds are now the records twenty four minutes three seconds. That's magic as the body. Do that any of the things that you've done Just think about any techniques or anything that you've learned that are helpful in terms of people who were facing struggle. I think rule number one is accept everything just the way it is so as well number one and then try everything in your power to understand and to solve for what the best possible approach to fixing the situations. I think a lot of it starts with like correcting little things that you can manage. Ourself Beautiful Ben. Thank you for telling me stories. Thank you thanks again. David Blaine for jumping on Zoom Polish. Rick gave his latest special the magic way aired on ABC earlier this month check on ABC DOT COM for details. Broken record is producing help from Jason Gambro meal about Lia Rose Matt Loboda Martine Gonzales pushing industry. I think he's expecting beats. I'm just in Richmond..
"blaine" Discussed on Broken Record
"Here's Rick Rubin and David Blaine who connected recently on zoom. The the reason that I wanted to talk to you is. I'm feeling a collective fear in the air. I feel like I feel like I'm not feeling my fear. So much is. I'm feeling everybody's fear is a cloud of fear. Emir started thinking about different times in my life. Been afraid of something or people. I know who have insights into fear and I remember when I was learning to spend time in the ice in an ice bath that the longest I could ever stay in was a few minutes until I did it with you when I did it with you. Your perspective on it. Open my mind and helped me deal with the fear of staying longer in You. Talk me through it and in that experience If opened me up to conquer fear so I wanNA talk to you. In general about the idea of conquering sears. Sound good it's great. What's said tell me a little bit about your relationship to fear. Well you know I am. I mean I guess my. My outlook on everything was already. My mother conferences kid but when she was really sick when she was dying instead of focusing on the difficult ardor sad angel art. She looked at the beauty in everything so she didn't focus on herself and complained so she she made death very poetic very beautiful which I think is like one of the best gifts. Give to your kid. Just that immediately made me NA afraid of the unknown which is that but as far as I was always pushing my body to do things that were like goal and probably dangerous since I was five years old. And here's the symbol formula for it. Simple formula is just. Don't just jump into the unknown. You go step by step by step by step slowly so if you go like if I was to hold my breath for twenty minutes. I'd be afraid that it's GonNa have cardiac arrest. I'll be debt but you don't start like that circe. Why did three and a half minutes kid? There's people that are free. Divers have done this amount of time. Let me train the best people. Let me slowly build a resistance or tolerance and understand the pain that I'm going to go through so I could process it. And fight it. So my outlook corona and obviously. I'm not a doctor. King gives advice spot the way I look at it. Is You have to do the things that you know our best so cleaner Diana. You don't eat products. That create mucus like dairy processors or breads or things like that. You have ginger garlic you outs. You know. Sixteen ounces of water before every anything that you drink you keep yourself hydrated so you do all the things you can really be ready for the fight because fear like let's say you're an has manic which. I was kiss and have a smaller than average lung capacity. It's scary thing. I'm a coronas. Couldn't give me it pneumonia types. You know in my lungs could shut down so what I WANNA do is if I was a smoker which I'm not I wouldn't talk cigarettes because why do anything. They can make the virus that much more effective in its path to destroy. So that's number one number two. Is He follow all the rules? Don't go near people is much as you can buy will void contact other than the people that you're warranting. Obviously in for me the other thing that I really like about which is I would say if you also studied in point of view is and I'm not saying that this is right or wrong such as my perspective. But the reason we don't want the virus spread is quickly as it's spreading. Because you don't know you have symptoms you. You're not aware of it. You don't feel anything often and you're very contagious right so you don't want to spread everywhere that we couldn't fight it. It's just the wrong. Want a hospitals to suddenly become flooded. Which is what's happening in then. Everybody's losing hospital beds. The respirators in its shutdown. So not that you want to fear the virus you WanNa do the right precautions to protect not even just yourself everybody around you so I think knowledge is basically the best way to overcome fear now as a kid my mother the only furiously Dave is when she saw not approaches because of robots at Rice but when he saw like spiders or something buddy how so I was always afraid of Little bugs not outgrow spies. Afraid of every other little so magician. Friends would come over. We'd be brainstorm magic and like I see a bug jokic right and I wasn't so to get over that fear I would have people come over. Boggs insects spiders talk. You know everything and I play with them. That's temporarily getting over it. So Affleck happened and I really over my last year which have been set certain insects so I took my brother too but sauna and He's the most afraid of every big kiss. Teach them how to get over that but anyway we go to Africa and we're in these little camps and with the guy who died. Who's he was the lion man? He goes out with the lines. They actually looks like a lion and he brings a roll of toilet paper. No weapons of calls out wildlife attack him. You can see it on Youtube. He would throw the toilet paper like fake. Though in the lines that jumped this guy grew up in the bush with the lions so he and hippos he would scare that is presence was unbelievable but anyway so that night after we went out with alliance and crossed out with them and she plays with the you know down while they're eating zebras. Really unbelievable but that night. I went to bed and I gave my brother a ice fishing day that I had some really serious high-tech which I shouldn't have done. So he hears something walking around his and then nighttime really mostly around his and I just assume it's elephant island but my brother looks through way and it's a hippo just circling against any. Here's the hippos deadly animals and that they'll just shop in half so I'm brother doesn't sleep the whole day since looking to this thing and boat was so what happened with me is bombing this ten. I'm being careful because even if it's an Alpha more you don't WanNa get anything in this little town low and I put my on my phone light on and I look up. And there's thousands of bugs all over the top of my tat. I'm like okay. We're in this together and I realized that those insects or my friends Jokic and from that move without insects. Sometimes it is just like a flute thing often. I think it's like you know the process. Trying to understand the information to get over arch and to learn until accelerate. So it's like and I also look at things as a challenge so like even with my daughter when she takes shower in the morning we use. I would tell her okay. Let's crank up the coal. Just want her. So when when over friends won't go in the ocean because the oceans older family she goes right in and it's just the mindset of like I can overcome this you know so it's and and that translates across the board so whether you're running as hard as you can are holding your brother you know I it standing up in one place for seventy three hours things like that. You have endorsed slowly build a tolerance at an understanding of what you're really doing. The research study with a smartest people that you can. And and that's the best way the you know. I think so to work on facing the fear in the most diligent efficient by. How'd you deal with the When you're in it I'll give you an example one time I was Bodysurfing in Venice with a mutual friend of ours and the waves getting big and it seemed normal at first and then the ways we're getting bigger and bigger and it was a pretty big day to begin with Benway's get bigger and we're out next. Look here the waves started crashing over the pier. Really big and I remember our friend look at me and saying you know Mike. This be in trouble. And that was the last thing he said and then he was gone. And then I'm sort of in the drop zone and just waves are crashing on me and came really close to ground and and I remember thinking I know the worst thing I can do is panic so I know panic. Panic will only hurt in this situation. But when you're being held underwater by waves will come for breath in a wave crashes you even if there's a conversation that goes on between. I know I'm not supposed to panic. This isn't going to help me. And the other voices. There's no where where Anneke hard to control. I think you know know number. One Rule of the twenty one laws of the Samrai's accept everything. Exactly the way it is and I think even in the worst situation we panic and go crazy and let it you. Won't you won't win that battle so you kind of have to accept what the situation is. And then in a very careful and clever way Dr outmanoeuvring but without fighting it. Because you're never going to beat the Osa you know so so you have to kind of smooth into it and have the faith that you can be on there for a little more than you think you can relax. Go go with a little bit. Which is the only option. Have you ever had that? Come up like in the midst of a challenge. Have you come up of what do I do now? Every time I'm holding my breath for a really long breadth hold. My heart gets really weird. Does these strange things. And that makes you get more focused on the heart and it doesn't help so I've learned over the years even when pushing to the extreme. You're just accept it in and go with it so you know that that that's the best thing that I've learned went on pushing to those extreme places it gets a little out of control. Let's talk about each one of the things.
"blaine" Discussed on American Elections: Wicked Game
"James. Blaine had hoped that this gathering of ministers would give his candidacy a last minute. Boost coupled with a bombshell happen after David Blaine had hoped this event would rally the people of New York to his side instead. Word spoken by Reverend Samuel Birch Amir six days before Election Day. Swallowed Blames Candidacy Hall team after Burchard speech. Many men in the crowd looked murderous in his impromptu. Alliteration BURCHARD UNDID. Almost all lanes hard campaign work. His words were seen as bigoted nativist and insensitive to prudence. Very few people applauded as blame. Took the podium. After burchard blamed didn't know what was wrong. He hadn't heard or wasn't paying attention to birds words so he delivered his scripted remarks without distancing himself from Bertrand's offensive comments the official stenographer left before campaign leader could expunge the Reverend's words from the record and a few hours later newspaper editor. Arthur Gorman received copy of Reverend Burchard speech he immediately published it. Noting blames lack of rebuttal. Gorman gloated if anything will elect Cleveland these words we'll do it on November fourth. Eighteen eighty four Americans went to the polls as expected the southern states voted solidly for the Democrat. Cleveland Blaine carried the West and Midwest but the real contest as expected was in New York. Heavy rains pounded the empire state on Election Day. This kept many rural. Republican voters in upstate. New York from traveling to their polling stations city dwellers mostly Democrats had an easier time casting their ballots and when the votes were counted. Cleveland won by a razor-thin margin beating. Blaine by only one thousand forty seven votes but he was enough to give all of. New York's thirty six electoral votes to Cleveland. Cleveland garnered two hundred nineteen electoral votes and the majority of the popular vote. He owed his success to a few key factors. I the election focused on personal background and scandals instead of pertinent political issues. Though the Maria Halpin affair was a large stain on his record. Cleveland was more appealing choice than the scandal. Ridden Blaine the second. The Republican Mug ones who made every effort to discredit blame probably push public opinion towards Cleveland. Lastly Cleveland's own reputation as reformer gave him a boost. People were not just against Blaine. They were voting for Cleveland and his brand of pro reform politics and so elected Cleveland Resolve to bring with him to Washington the best man the Democratic Party had to offer. He would not play favorites or allow favors he told. A confidante henceforth. I must have no friends a march fourth. Eighteen eighty-five grover. Cleveland became the first Democrat to take the oath of office since before the civil war true to his word Cleveland would strive for a transparent administration and were to reduce patronage in the capital but his term in office would be marked by violent social unrest on the next episode of wicked gain. The election of eighteen eighty eight as social unrest rocks the nation and threatens grover Cleveland's chances for a second term. Cleveland faces off against the grandson of former president. Deft campaigner in a rising star in the Republican Party Benjamin Harrison. Don't miss a single week of our marsh from seventeen eighty nine to twenty twenty. Hit the button and your podcast APP now. The show is supported by you our listeners. Please give us a rainy and leave a review with a single best way to help this show grow is to tell others share with your friends and family find us on Social Media. Wicked game pod. And I'm at Lindsey Graham. Another way to support. This show is to go to wicked game. Podcast DOT COM members. There get early access to add free episodes as well as bonus content only available to members. Find out more at wicked game. Podcast DOT COM and about how to reenactments in most cases. We can't know exactly what was said but everything. Our show is heavily researched and based on surviving historical documents. Wicked game is an airship production created hosted and executive produced by me. Lindsey Graham sounds by Derek Barons Co executive produced by Stephen Walters in association with ritual productions this episode written and researched by Seattle Salazar. Fact checking by Greg Jackson and Sale Salazar from the PODCAST history. That doesn't suck music by Lindsey. Graham stricken by wondering..
"blaine" Discussed on American Elections: Wicked Game
"Aide walks into Cleveland's office puts the Buffalo Telegraph newspaper on his desk. What's this you should read it Sir? But I don't think you'll like it. Cleveland Glances at the headline a terrible tale. A dark chapter in public man's history. The pitiful story of Maria HALPIN governor Cleveland Son. Cleveland GOES Pale. What is this? I'm not sure sir. But it's given our friends cause for concern. Cleveland reads the story while his assistant stands nervously by the Governor Groans and shakes his head as he reads the exaggerated version of his relationship with Maria. Helping the article asserts. That Cleveland promised to marry happen. It also claims Cleveland abandoned. The child had health and committed to an insane asylum to further smear his character. The article reports that mayor of Buffalo Cleveland ran a Harem out of his house. Cleveland throws the paper down on his desk. His eight looks sheepish. How should we proceed? Sir? I'm not sure. Let me think on it. This story is just in the Telegraph. So who would believe anything printed in Iraq We've had phone call sir. Yes and the story is also printed in the Boston Journal. And several other newspapers have committed to printing it tomorrow. Cleveland size despair sorted tale printed in a tabloid. That's never supported him as one thing scandal appearing in a reputable source like the Boston Journal is another well Sir we could retaliate. There's a rumor that Blaine only married. His wife point of his father-in-law shotgun the assistant hands. Cleveland a write up the Blaine Story. Cleveland glances at it tears. It up throws the scraps in the fireplace. No we will not prince such a story. The other side can have the monopoly of all the dirt in this campaign.
"blaine" Discussed on American Elections: Wicked Game
"In the eighteen seventies and eighteen eighties. Grover Cleveland rose through the democratic ranks. He earned a reputation as an honest pro reform. Civil servant in an era of quid pro quo machine politics as he gained star power within the Democratic Party in New York. Cleveland earned the nickname. Grover the good this reputation propelled him for mayor of Buffalo to Governor of New York State. And just a few years around the same time on the other side of the aisle. There was another politician. Who made a name for himself to Republican? James Blaine. He served in Congress and Secretary of state to President. James Garfield as a moderate Republican Blaine lobby to curb rampant federal patronage. Better known as the spoils system this system data back to President. Andrew Jackson and by the mid eighteen eighty S. It had grown out of control many fully expected to turn their party loyalty into a lucrative government post regardless of qualification moderate Republicans like Blaine sought to restore honesty transparency and efficiency to federal government departments another faction of Republicans known as stalwarts bought such reforms. Stalwarts were led by two men Roscoe conquering in his right hand. Man Vice President Chester Arthur. The Spoil System had given them leverage within the party. They saw no reason to rock the boat. Eager Office seekers got caught in the middle of this intraparty debate as Cleveland and Blaine argued for reform and Conklin Arthur resisted one republican frustrated with business as usual in. Washington would exact his revenge on the president of the United States himself. This is episode twenty five eighteen eighty four Blaine versus Cleveland. Tell the truth across the seventies grover. Cleveland HAD RISEN TO PROMINENCE IN BUFFALO NEW YORK. He'd worked as a lawyer and with the help of his well-connected uncle established a law practice with a few partners. Cleveland had developed a close friendship with his partner Oscar. Folsom folsom outgoing. Manner and good looks made a sharp contrast with Cleveland Dour countenance so fall. Some became the public face of their growing law. Practice Cleveland was close with the entire fulsome family. But even the domestic list of Oscar and Emma folsom could not entice Cleveland to marry and start a family of his own when his sister asked if he had ever considered marriage. Cleveland replied a good many times and the more I think of it the more. I think I'll not do it instead. Cleveland was married to his work to use the modern parlance. He was a workaholic. His law practice had thrived and he charged high fees for his end man services. Cleveland regularly sent large portions of his salary to his impoverished. Mother and single sisters business partners clients and local politicians respected him. One judge describe Cleveland's honesty he practiced. No subterfuge this was impossible for him. His great strength was his candor. His thorough integrity in eighteen seventy. He had accepted the nomination to run for. Erie County Sheriff Though. He was only thirty three years old at the time. Cleveland had easily won the election and applied his knowledge of the law and work ethic to his post. He often chose to perform the unsavory parts of the job himself. Rather than force them onto an underlying when necessary. He pulled the lever at the gallows several men to their deaths in eighteen. Seventy three Cleveland had left office and gone back to his private law practice but he had never truly left politics behind a devoted democrat. Cleveland had supported local candidates and served on Party committees as the Democrats were hard to overcome their reputation as the party of the rebellion in the civil war. Cleveland had earned a reputation as a political booster in favor of reform. But Cleveland soon faced a public tragedy on July. Twenty third eighteen seventy five his friend Oscar FOLSOM had a terrible carriage accident on Balmy summer afternoon. Folsom rode in a carriage. On his way to Cleveland's home hit a love for carriage and horse racing relishing. The speed of the ride fulsome took a turn in the road too fast. His horse losses footing. The wheel slipped skidded and the carriage careened out of control. Fulsome was thrown from his seat and hit his head. He died instantly three days later on July. Twenty six eighteen seventy five. Cleveland was called on to give his friends eulogy as he looked out over the crowd of lawyers friends and family. Cleveland choked up in the course of a life not entirely devoid of startling events. I can truly say. I was never so shocked and overwhelmed when I heard on Friday night of the death of Oscar folsom. The congregants nodded in agreement. Tears STREAK DOWN. The faces a several men. The Cleveland sympathies focused on falsehoods widow. Emma and her daughter Francis. I know that we will sorely Miss Oscar and his kind and generous heart but let are tender sympathy extent to fatherless child after the Memorial Service. Cleveland followed his own advice. Folsom died without a will. In Cleveland took on the role of executor of his largest date. He managed the estate free of charge and assured that Emma and Francis Folsom were financially secure even with a large workload and his responsibilities in the folsom estate in eighteen eighty. One Cleveland felt the lure of public office. Again he told a friend. This office seeking is a disease. It is even catching in eighteen. Eighty one Democratic Party leaders. Ask Cleveland to run for mayor of Buffalo. He agreed and he won in his acceptance speech. Cleveland firmly established his commitment to reform. He declared I believe that. A more rigid scrutiny of all public expenditures will result in a great saving to the Community. And when we consider that public officials are the trustees of the people and hold their places and exercise their power for the benefit of the people. There should be no higher inducement to a faithful. An honest discharge of public duty. Buffalo citizens agreed but not everyone approved of Cleveland stance in cross country Pro Reform. Moderate Republicans and Democrats hotly debated the necessity of government reform with the resistance. Stalwart Republicans that fierce debates at the table for an assassin to take matters into his own hands. It's nine am on Saturday. July second eighteen eighty one president James Garfield enders the Waiting Room of the Baltimore and Potomac Railway Depot in Washington. Dc Garfield talks with his travel companion secretary of state. James Blaine about his summer plans. The two men take several steps into the bustling train station pass Workman and summer travelers on their way to board a train. To New York City President does not see Dr Care Charles Guitar. Waiting the newsstand as Garfield steps toward the train platform. You Tow pulls out a pistol and takes aim. The bully grazes. The president's right shoulder. Tearing his suit shattering nearby glass sending shards fall. Into the carpeted floor. Garfield looks around frantically first attacker while tote takes advantage of the confusion he steps to his right aims his pistol again and fires. This time the bullet hits Garfield in the back just above his waist Garfield slumps to the floor. His blood soaps the back of his light grey. Summer suit blame watches in horror and calls out for. Help help you you. They're the same for the nearest doctor. The president's been shot as a crowd forms around the president attempts to slip away and head for the nearest exit. What a witness blocks escape route? You toes forced to turn and run to another door. He Collides with a police officer who grabs him by the arm but doesn't know him as the assassin. Sir. You're coming from the scene of a shooting. I'm detaining you and all the rest until I get to the bottom of this as the officer Forces Guitar into a nearby chair. Several train station employees bring a mattress from their workroom and lift the injured president onto it only then does Dr Smith Townsend Washington. Dc's health officer arrive immediately. Begins EXAMINATION OF GARFIELD MR PRESIDENT? Can you tell me where you feel the most pain my right leg and my foot ache? That could be a sign of spinal damage. Mr President. If you're able. Can you turn over onto your side for me? Garfield Winston as he rolls from his back to his side. Townsend carefully examines the Gunshot Wound. Probate with his finger in an attempt to locate the bullet. Oh what do you think of my condition? Doctor Mr President. You are gravely injured that I can see no spinal damage and I have no reason to fear the worst. Dr Townsend's encouragement does not assuaged president. Donald Doctor I feel I am a dead man. After Guitar. Attack President James Garfield lingered for eighty six days before dying from Septicemia Blood Poisoning Guitar ultimately admitted to the murder claiming the Garfield passed him over for a government position. He deserved Garfield died on. September nineteenth eighteen eighty one at ten thirty five PM. Chester a Arthur was never supposed to be president. He became vice president only because as a stalwart republican he brought votes from that wing of the party to his running mate James Garfield he also hailed from New York and could almost guarantee that crucial state would vote for the Garfield Arthur ticket in the eighteen eighty election but moderate Republicans never wanted him at the helm many of them considered Arthur to be a political hack in the pocket of the powerful and corrupt stalwart Republican leader Roscoe conquering one Republican thirty one year old Julius Sand took action though she had no personal connection to Arthur she boldly wrote to the perspective President. The people are bowed in grief but not so much because Garfield is dying as because you are his successor but San saw reason for hope and offered Arthur. Some wise counsel making a man President Can Change Him. Great Emergencies Awaken generous traits which have lain dormant half alive if there is a spark of true nobility in you now is the occasion to let it shine at two fifteen am on September Twentieth Eighteen. Eighty one Arthur took the oath of office and became President. He took sands advice to heart and try to act with his conscience with President. Garfield assassination are through began to see the need for reform. A frustrated office secret had murdered his predecessor and Arthur came to think civil service reform could solve. Many of the problems caused by the Spoil System Again. San WROTE ARTHUR. The vital question before the country today is Civil Service Reform. Vital question before you is how you will meet. Arthur began writing back to sand regularly asking for advice. He needed her support as he faced national challenges that had been brewing for years as he navigated increasingly difficult political issues and sought to make the presidency his own Arthur would alienate members from both wings of the Republican Party would find himself with few allies and even fewer friends the topic that would ultimately drive a wedge between Arthur and. His party was a hot button. Issue at in one form or another has been with the country since its inception in gration..
"blaine" Discussed on Everything's Coming Up Simpsons
"We have everything we need right here. Right. Just because we're not rich doesn't mean that. We don't have. I can't even finish. I wanna be rich. Nikes? Of course. Yeah. And it keeps going it's so funny. Blaine if you could come up with one lesson from this episode, what do you think that would be from the the episode itself or this episode of the podcast? Oh, well, first of all, I I love come into this building to do podcast because I love brutalism. This concrete building favorites. It's a really neat area. Know, I don't really know what I learned about this episode. It's it just it was the first time that I had watched the Simpsons and so long and not that I not that. I don't love it. But I just it just made me realize how long it's been since actually sat down to watch the complete up Assode. And I remember talking to Joan array like back back in late two thousand eight or nine or ten or whatever. And just him saying, it's a weird point in your life. When you realize that there are more Simpson's that you haven't seen than you have seen. Yeah. And it was it really is kind of a not that you lose interest in it. But you just sort of you you drift away. I guess I don't know if I have an empty nest syndrome. The simpsons. But I I do remember. I do remember thinking today how innocent it was. It was before anything really bad happen. Yeah. Episode from before. Well, yeah. The nine eleven thing before trumpeting any of the stuff. There was a like the only kind of the desperation that you had is listening to a sonic youth album. Like, oh my God. Is that is rough as you had you had nothing to do in New York City before nine. Completely just that that innocence of like, you know, what if felt like it almost felt like wasted time. What was going to happen? Yeah. Perked up a little bit. We've talked about it on the show before just this kind of love of looking at how politics and history impacts TV talk about nine eleven is and its impact on comedy. But there's one video that looks at specifically the impact nine eleven had on the Cincinnati, and it's phenomenal. And it's a really good video and kind of goes through the different like ways that that politics impacts the types of jokes that were cool with the types of sensitivity that we have. And it's all super fascinating stuff that really does play an interesting part. But I totally have that nostalgia as well of kind of like, a simpler time, I think that it's also we didn't know. So it wasn't. Interesting the way that that affects comedy specifically because I think that we don't consider like whatever's happening politically to have a direct connection to comedy. I think that we can understand politically the connection to science fiction. I feel like science fiction has always been genre. That has been a direct response to whatever's happening. Whatever tension, we have, you know, with foreign affairs and stuff like that Cold War post, Cold War, but comedy, you know, I think with not just the political correctness. But like the optimism or pessimism that you have toward the world at that moment could have like a really deep impact on comedy writing. And and sort of the kind of stories that they go for is it okay after nine eleven to have a whimsical story about XYZ, you know, that kind of terror to. Yeah. Is there a I mean like I said I haven't seen it in so long. How are they? How do how do they treat Trump for? They do they is it glancing blows asides or do they? Not go near it. I don't know how they're treating it. Obviously. I would know likes the guy, right? I feel that way. We're all private room. Maga-? I I can't speak with the most thirty on this because I haven't seen every single recent episode since the presidency, but I feel like they're not then they're definitely not focusing on it in the way that Saturday Night Live is sure, but I don't think that they're giving much regard to that..
"blaine" Discussed on Rooster Teeth Podcast
"Forget why anyway back to the sex club yeah yeah no i i remember that relationship yeah that's why i always have to ask if your dating anybody now 'cause i don't you're so secretive secret cruise the personal let's have another four your free like session go ahead slip a little secret out right now i don't have any to go secret i i'm more open now than i used to be too are you are i am i talk yeah i'll talk yeah it was talking to blame about stuff also stuff like what nothing not even nothing oh never mind for the post show perhaps no no the post show pretty well laurie it was a pretty weird story could you give us like a hint no you don't have the name name i'm really not gonna tell the story anyway until the story we found that clip the thing of the thing the architects thing of oh just you're about the story no i okay everything there's that mean blaine would do are done it for like multiple years since like the second or third rdx we take a camera diesel are and we'd run around and shoot like crowd footage or like just run around like doing like high five channel today and if you've seen any clips of artifacts where people are are chanting artie x are or anything like that that was mean blame those us running around doing that we went last year and we're like hey let's go do that thing where we shoot a bunch of footage and it's fun and we were we were we were like it's always like finding the right area where you can get a bunch of people and we were like oh we'll go to the top of the escalator there's an escalator awesome adventures term that's the fucking tallest escalator i've ever seen huge it's like four story tall escalator think i might have heard about yeah like force so we are like let's go to top escalator and we'll get you know everyone chain.
"blaine" Discussed on Rooster Teeth Podcast
"And we kept asking have you taken this off yet because it's not off the case yet we have not removed from the documents and they're like yeah i'm gonna i'm he's going to do it and my lord's going to do it leading all the way up to write for the case and so i was laughing no choice but defending myself and i was asking my lord that i had to bring blaine to the court as a witness then one day i get a text message and john's basically like hey kind of awkward i was so embarrassed i need you to come and testify as a character witness that we are not in a gay romance together and i was like good one john and then he's like no you laid out the story is you just told you and yeah i was luckily luckily for me i was so embarrassed for it once i explained it was like hell yell so then the night before the case i'm in my closet no free i'm very loud in my closet looking at all my clothes and i'm like how do i dress that says that i'm not an romance with my friend john so i'm trying to pick the straightest close but everything i have is like athletic like super tight fitting i've got a pair of pink pants like everything's skinny fit and i was like going down the story ends very sadly because we'll know we go to the court the next door very sadly because we go to court we show up sort in everybody gets well we all get sworn in and actually emily mcbride are former ecommerce says she was there also to testify like what i did at the at the officers were indeed not fucking and so we go into the courtroom everyone gets sworn airs and like that we're up in the front and then all the witnesses are in the back and he was like that and upfront meyler brings up this part of the case and brings up that we were told this is not going to be part of the case is it part of the case or not.
"blaine" Discussed on The EVRYMAN Podcast
"You are listening to every man podcast this is dan doty this is episode forty five with erin blaine and owen marcus hello hello hello fair warning everybody this is a complete nerd podcast this is for those of you who have been part of what we do in our participating every man this may interest you if you have not stepped your foot in the ring this may just be completely boring maybe not give it a shot anyway so this episode is owen marcus who's been on the show and erin blaine who's been on the show who are two of the key focal members of our leadership team that are bringing the fire to all of our events and helping support oliver groups working at in a core capacity to help us bring this message to world and grow to help us bring this message to the world and grow this movement into something that's a serious force of nature this episode is the three of us sitting down after our last open source retreat the retreat was held in joshua tree in the desert in cali korea we recorded the episode in his very funky funny strange co working space very close to lax we just rented it for an hour sat down and did a podcast literally the day after the retreat and the day for their traits and interesting time these events are big in their powerful and they leave the on a high of sorts and so this morning we woke up in joshua tree and drove to the beach thinking who had to drop thing you had to drive own off early for a flight and three cores the way to the city we check the flight and it realized he didn't need to go and till six pm or something so we had a whole day so we went to the beach and just walked around eight some food had a really like very nice relaxing good time and that leads me to a little personal update which really excited about and happy to share that myself and my family are actually moving to southern california this summer and a couple of months already were moving to between la and san diego closer to san diego and.
"blaine" Discussed on Rooster Teeth Podcast
"Yeah we to rubbed though at that point she got well that's what i'm talking about mary like what was the dipper situation like it will he was that was opened by the way your you're tick was through the no no no no no it was on that his dipper but it was just like she was just like it was in there and was it over was it in over the pant rob no it was like in the pants but like yeah this you are cargo shorts their eyes in the or cargo short helu she how is she like he just likes it here's the problem blaine is it was the most violent thing i've ever experienced in my life they like they were all like it was like he was like she she was conducting an orchestra knows else like that i was just trying not to because it was painful why would you nazis oh and that was like oh jin flirt tip like how i was trying to be like i didn't i didn't wanna like methyl you want to ruin you're getting no no whatever though i just didn't want to i didn't want to like like mental like oh that's bad trying to be like he's about positive reinforce positive reinforcement ripe okay and it was the most i mean that it was bad i still can't figure out how old is whole things happening like where how she's getting her hands and she just she was like through no it's like it wasn't like up my pants duty which didn't go up the places like ankle in and then just kind of like but like pants.