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When Critters Bleed ... On Purpose!
"Okay now so why did you get interested in this whole reflex bleeding thing well. I just saw this report by that guy. Sebastian hofer and i called him up and he told me that not too long ago he got a job at an island ecosystem research institute in the and so i was looking into what's around. What kind of animals are just scanning through the literature just to see what of questions could answer any read about. These local snakes called thunder snakes. That sounds very dramatic. Thunder thunder thunder snakes. Really it's just that they come out when it rains a lot. And i remember reading this from nineteen fifty five describing this behavior this auto hemorrhaging behavior in these snakes. And i just thought to myself. That's insane so there weren't any photos or any kind of detailed description. It just said. The snakes bled from their heads when handled so he did what most good scientists would do. I assume he went out on an expedition to fight snakes. Absolutely you know it. He absolutely did. He had a couple of colleagues went out looking under rocks flipped a ton of rocks until they finally found one and the snake made some defensive behaviors kinda rolled into this tight ball and it started defecating. And asking you know emitting this pretty bad smelling liquid and then sebastian applied a little pressure to its nose like just gently pinched. Its nose to see if they could trigger any bleeding from handling all right. Now you set me this video. And i'm watching a. It's like a little nose pinch. Maybe you know you pinch at like good. And but then boom the snakes is fill up with blood like immediately there are just too big drops of blood where the is used to be and then suddenly the is kind of clear up and then a drop of blood comes out of its mouth yes. Sebastian told me it was wild. Just because i've never seen anything like that. And just the fact of how quickly that i or the is fully flood with blood and then the blood exudes from the mouth and then the ice fully clear up again in just a couple of seconds. I was stunned. I was like this is mad. I mean that is pretty dramatic and you said other critters. Do this to right right some other snakes. You know the one that's been studied. The most is the horned lizard. That's a lizard that lives in the us in the southern us and what it does is pretty nutso. It shoots blood out of its is and the blood can fly several feet several feet. Yeah it doesn't happen that often but when it does it's so dramatic that it really gets people's attention. Indigenous people have known about these lizards for a long time. European scientists wrote about them centuries ago and for forty years. These lizards have been studied by wage. Sherbrooke director emeritus of the southwestern research station of the american museum of natural history in arizona and he told me at the beginning. He was just wondering if this is supposed to be a defensive response. Why would blood be a turnoff. For what is after all a bloodthirsty predator. Good question when you try to say well. Maybe a predator wouldn't like it depends on is going to eat these things you know. That doesn't make sense so That's that's where i started. So he began watching the lizards in doing experiments. And what he found that. The horned lizard wouldn't always squirt blood from its eyes when threatened by an animal. And what i found was with roadrunners with grasshopper mice with Leopard lizards with rattlesnakes with other snakes. They never squirt blood. They don't do it then so when do they do it. Do they squirt blood. He told me it's when the lizard is about to be eaten by something like a coyote. Or a bob cat and the reason is the blood has a distasteful quality to mammalian predators and it has to be. It has to arrive in the mouth. Okay so these lizards are not really trying to like hit. A predator from several feet away by sending streams of blood. Flying out of there is apparently not disappointing. It's more like a coyotes mouth clamps down on the lizard the lizard squirts out foul tasting blood. Way told me that when he goes out and handles horned lizards only a couple times. Out of one hundred. Will it actually squirt blood from its. Is you know he said. Humans aren't typical predator. So he thinks lizard is just kind of confused. It doesn't really know what to do and he told me he's actually tasted the blood no for a long time. I thought it basically tastes like my blood. I wish i was surprised that this took a turn to a scientist tasting blood. But i'm not look. This is science magazine science. So then you know after a while. Though he started thinking actually there is this kind of you know aftertaste. Kind of acid aftertaste that lasted for maybe twenty minutes. Or so he said it was really minor. But if he squirts the blood into the mouth of a coyote or a bobcat they have a really strong reaction disgusting immediately. They begin to celebrate quite a bit. They shake their head to all kinds of things like that to to they. They have different taste. Buds than i do okay. Okay so all of this kind of suggests that for these horned lizards. This is really a strategic specific defense that it's not just a random stress response. I mean you could imagine that if an animal gets like it's blood pressure goes up lead might just shoot out of a leaky capillary. Somehow i guess but this seems to be pretty specific defense move aimed at particular predators right and like i mentioned before. The horned lizards auto hemorrhage has more studied than any other creatures. Okay salikh what beyond reptiles you said. Some insects do this to ladybugs. Yeah actually quite a lot of insects do this. And if you're poking at a lady bug and some liquid comes out it might just seem to you like it was urine or feces or something you know in ladybugs it comes out of the legs underneath so it's hard to see where it's coming out. It's yellow you know so unless you know what it is. You'd have no reason to think. This thing is just bled on me. You know spontaneously was happened. And now i'm looking back and i'm like oh that was blood cool so i talked to michael nop. He studies ladybugs at the czech university of life sciences and he told me that reflex bleeding is a highly effective way for ladybugs to deter predators because their blood is full of substances that smell and probably taste awful two birds or small mammals and he told me that actually if a lady but gets attacked by ants the coagulating blood can act like a kind of glue that glues aunts mouth parts together during the attack. I mean that's pretty amazing now. But here's the thing. I don't understand about this doesn't a lady bug need. It's blood i mean like it seems like critters would be at a disadvantage of some sort if they went around anytime they got threatened. So like how much blood are we talking about. So for ladybugs. He told me it can be a lot like up to fifteen or twenty percent of all. Its blood wild. Why i mean for you that would be like if you lost a liter of blood like a couple pint blood so it is significant. And that's why he's been looking into the consequences of this. I mean you know he said bleeding could save a lady life but there are also some costs and we re better searching for physiological costs in our research he just published one set of experiments he and his colleagues forced young lady bugs to reflex bleed repeatedly like every day and then they studied them and what they saw is that the bugs immune system seemed a little weekend but the number of eggs they produced was the same their reproductive success was almost unaffected. You know maybe just some slight delays in the age at first reproduction but nothing major. So what i'm taking from this. Is that these insects kind of know what they're doing like evolutionary speaking. I mean do they filter the blood in any way to try to preserve the good stuff and week only just like the nasty compounds in it. His is actually looked at this and he told me that the blood that spontaneously comes out of ladybugs is exactly the same as the blood inside. And when i asked him you know exactly like what is going on. You're like is there an opening in the leg. He said no. Like somehow the insect is able to kind of injure itself to somehow create an opening in its skin or cuticle. But it's not like all the mechanical details of reflects bleeding have been well studied. It's still pretty obscure all right now. Well thank you for this mini tour of the world of auto hemorrhage
interview with Kate Breakey
"Welcome to the show. Thank you very much. It's a great honor in infect and I went to a legit from now on I went back and watched a whole lot of fees and. What I've seen missing. Thank you. That's very kind of you. Yeah. I very much enjoyed doing it especially when you have a chance with people to talk with people like you. But you're just saying that you raised in Australia and looking at your work. One of the things that I it brings to mind for me as a person who believes sorta appreciate your work is sort of a dearth of relationships that is a city boy have had with with wildlife and nature. Other than cats and dogs, occasional mice, you know. Growing up there really was no relationship with nature at all. I have a little more now because I live near the edge of the Angeles forest. So we get the occasional Bob Cat and bear and you know coyote. But still that connection with wildlife pretty rare and I think that is the case for most Westerners and a lot of your work revolves about their relationship with with animals but I'd love for you to sort of take us back to when you were growing up. In Australia and how that relationship, how that understanding of of of wildlife in relationship to the lives of human beings including us of sort of took shape. I mean I was very lucky. Kid had probably an idyllic childhood because in a a rural country town with. Like NATO Food in scrublands and wilderness, Invest Open spaces and. The Southern Ocean. One big sort of giant playground and there was wild animals, kangaroos everywhere and it was. It was just a lot of allowed animals. Lot of indigenous people obviously living in the towns still have been counted with a match Rura primal idea about the relationships that was just part of the way you incorporated in a way because you knew these people. Trees to climb as said, the Ocean to swim in galloped horses along the beach is kid Babak had like a fabulous life really and again strategies like of untouched food nece and beaches that go on fed miles in is not one single person on the except the odd. Not, to get eaten by shock, which happens routinely. saw. Also, I had parents who were. Interested godless got mystere interested in biology botany end I just grew up sort of fat knowledge is part of my experience of the world and I guess just evolved into love my desire to sort of make images about all of that stuff and so finally enough I've never taken photography 'cause I've never really lived in will victim cities not the kind of cities that kept intense thing going on that becomes. Hugely. Interesting to people who are strafed office. So I've never really taking pictures of people buildings and every now, and then when I get asked to jury show I often get someone else to come and sort of see my selection and I say but you haven't picked one person who. People. including genre he begins it gets a bit by. Anyway. I'm much appreciate I grew up. I went to at school lead freelance all those people who are doing that very conceptual sort of. City staff at copied them. But when it comes right down to what I WANNA do and what I love doing its photographing in the natural world and. Ordering it in this way. So I would say that my childhood absolutely was like the biggest influence in all of that in my life. I love because at the edge of the national forests, we have wildlife particularly the. Coyote packs up. Here. On the social media, I think it's called next door. There are a lot of people who you know who who are probably more city-fied than even I am I know Deauville complain about the coyotes in what they can do about it in my and I think wait a second. Clear in their yard right and it seems like people look at wildlife here as is the the inconvenience even though they live at, you know at the edge of the forest and I think when when I consider your work and your approach to it, you're the dynamic of how people exist with animals is very different from what many of us are used used to and so when you're when you're young you kind of mentioned that you had all that sort of wildlife around you. Talk to me about the relationship might sort of felt like was it like like a we're just we're just temporarily this we're living in their. In their. Not really because you know back then I guess in the sixties, people still went out and show Kangaroos to feed. Wildlife was just part of something that you still kind of used. It wasn't there wasn't a great deal respect for it. You know the Kangaroos are called every year because they basically, there's more kangaroos than they should be. It's like united. So every time there's a drought named died, but people go out and shoot them pharmacy eight them because it was cheap made now they used in. In restaurants because it's considered gourmet neat because it star Lean and good for you. Is All this fusion going on with kangaroo mation. Asian spices in the whole nine yards been to Australia. No not. You know you gotta gotTa sit nate is the best place on earth anyway. And so we had friends who had. Farms or because stations but sheep stations and envy would muster the sheep and then the shears would come in and share them in the be sheepdogs who are just working animals. It wasn't really very romantic. They just happened to be just tons and tons and tons of animals and ahead Ananta Nakal who sort of animal rescuers before it was really official, I would collect up injured bids the anything and bring them in and. Resurrect. Going out to their house, they was just everything was a wombat. There was mad pies. It was Joey kangaroos still a great spirit in Australia because we just had a, you probably know last Christmas we had this dreadful dreadful wildfires where green three billion animals died, and there was a great cold out to people to take animals that were bent to to see if they could be rescued and so sort of regular people do that they go out. In their cars and collect up these things that you know stagnant injured to take them back to the triage animal rescue centers to be either destroyed or treated as I. said that call out to people to to look after them and a surprising amount of people do this because Australia kind of especially, the comic stuff united the the Co Alison the kangaroo is so there is this kindness towards animals and I think because so few people. In this giant continent at so many more. So many wild animals there is a slightly different attitude I. Mean I was GonNa say about city people saying, what are we gonNA do about the coyotes deer eating my vegetable garden you know if you get rid of the coyotes, you'll have more rabbits and end up eating a vegetable garden. You can't control because system you you start ruining at the whole thing goes to hell as we saw Anna, we're getting the pollinate is going the birds in the beast is three billion less birds were in the seventies and they the pollinators and we needed a pollinators. So we actually have trees and on and on and on guys as you know is just becomes this huge horrendous mess. So it's more
Morons: Call him the Bobcat bandit!
"All right. Let's go to today's more on day out of Santa Fe New Mexico police. There are searching for suspects. Lead officers on a low speed chase and Santa Fe while Bob Cat tractor. The Bob Cap bandit was in the evening. Took them on a five mile? An hour chase through town repeatedly ignoring commands to stop the Bob Cat and eventually plowed his way from garb wire fled into a field on put and disappeared got away. How is that loss? And this is the rarest thing more on news because he did something illegal while doing something illegal and then he took off on foot and got away and I'm pretty sure we've never had that combination know. I guess if it's a even that he's going five miles an hour but those those sticks they throw down probably wouldn't work with a Bob test tires right. Well he took that stolen Bob cat right through the barbed
"Well. Welcome to the show and glider. John and I really as I said before. Senate recording really loved the work but I wanted to start off with acknowledging that this is your second career and then you had twenty years in the public street before you made the leap to becoming a photographer always fascinating always fascinated by people who make the leap from one career into another. Because that's something you want to do. Sometimes don't for any variety different reasons and I'm just curious to hear your story in of how you made the leap from being involved as a publishing in some fashion to becoming a photographer. I'm delighted to talk about that because as it turns out it's a well it was a perfect education for what I have to do now and I never would have thought that I was involved in a family business for a long time and eventually ended up buying that business from my father and for twenty years or so had a very large hand binary on the East Coast and what that means is that we did all of the work to put together. Thanks that machines couldn't do so that required a dedicated workforce and lots of work on deadline and well knowing how to fix problems as it were but it also came along with a small printing company and some publishing as well as fulfillment and distribution for publishers and so I was involved in creating solutions of how to assemble and distribute printed pieces for the federal government in and for various industries and that meant working with designers working with layout working with coming up with ideas about how to get things done and then managing personnel. Of course which is a different thing but twenty years or so in the printing industry from all facets had me looking always at printed material. It went right along with a love of books that I've always said since I was a two year old child and prepared me for creating books as a photographer but also I think instilled in me. The habit of looking at how things were put together. So what led you to move away from that these. You already have a passion for photography and you just felt like you needed to leave one career behind and to make the leap into another. I definitely felt like I needed to leave a career behind but the truth is that career was leaving me behind with the changes in technology but the advent of computer publishing in desktop publishing not only were bind race losing their way but many many many other printing industries They're printing companies that supported. Us had gone away so it really was the change in technology hid along with some other policies that were implemented in ninety six and thereafter and so by the year two thousand. I could see what was coming. I thought I needed to get away from deadline oriented business and opened a landscape company. Because I wanted to work outside N. B. Have my hands in the dirt and that Kinda thing? Well being a little bit of overachiever that I have been known to be within two months or so. I was installing lawns and doing excavation in landscaping in almost thirty production housing communities and went from my little crew. Three or four guys to having trucks and Bob Cats in many excavators so more deadlines but it did enable me to travel in the wintertime. Because there wasn't anything I could do when the ground was frozen and so I took those months in January and February two cold places like Scotland and other well out of the way places end as I was doing that. I began to take photographs to document what I was seeing. I wasn't so much taking them as well. Not at all in fact as a photographer just for my own record and at one point Someone said to me will. We didn't know that you were a photographer. Said Quite Gandhi. Why didn't either? And I thought then that. Perhaps I should look into this. I was much more interested in writing about what I was seeing and I was making the photograph as a document to help me with a writing later on but I decided to educate myself the best that I could. I took a couple of workshops one which was both life changing and in late. Two thousand five. I made the decision that this is what I wanted to do against a very good advice on my dad. What were the two workshops that were so seminal in your the? I was a workshop with Art Wolf. The noted photographer from Seattle and in that workshop. I met a couple of people who have become lifelong friends and one of those people insisted that I come with him to a workshop with Sam able later that year in October that was absolutely life changing and as I think you know Sam has been a dear friend and a mentor to me. Since that time to people that are agreed with started. That's really great way to start. It gets even better a year after that workshop with art. I was invited to come and work with him and I directed the art with digital photography school for a couple of years and as the director which is one of my jobs. My primary job was to bring the best photographers from around the country into Seattle to teach one week intensive and that way I got to sit at the knees and listen and listen and listen to the finest photographers in the world. And I'd like to think I'm a good listener. So
Where is Artificial Intelligence Used Today?
"Let's talk about how. Ai is most commonly being used. Today is a tool flash technology that is constantly used in your everyday life without even realizing it if Google if you use facebook if you use youtube all of those platforms are using some kind of AI. On it and what they're using predominantly most a systems are using this subcategory Of Technology called machine learning and machine learning is essentially the ability of a machine to take a lot of data understand. Patterns in that data and then reapply data so machine learning is just one type of Ai. There are others but machine learning is the most common. And it's the kind of I we're gonNA cover almost exclusively throughout this episode and machine learning starts with some set of data that a computer or machine can analyze. The data can be anything a collection of photos or current traffic conditions or the game of chess. The machine flies through that data and finds the patterns. This is the learning part of machine learning. Then that machine can take what it learned and apply to new but similar set of data and make decisions or recommendations based on what knows so if you take an example of Youtube. Youtube is really good recommending. You videos that you WANNA watch. And that's why we all spend way too much time on it and what it's doing is it's the data. Here is all of the videos. You've watched before so it's looking at all the news. You Watch it before. And it's figuring out what are the common themes within those videos that likely mean it's another video this common themes you would also want to watch it And that is that is that is. Ai so you can apply that to other things like facebook. It's ability to identify people in photos. It is taking all of the photos that previously talked with yourself finding the Pixel patterns that notch your face and then looking for those same pixel patterns in other photos to see if you're there. Karen also explains that facebook in particular uses a in another less obvious way and that's in determining what shows up in your news feed the data in this case. Is Your behavior on facebook. What you like or react to what you click on comment on all that is data. Facebook collects and then uses to determine what it shows you more of so if you like post by certain friends on certain topics but just those with images then facebook is gonNA show you those posts. I and put the rest down at the bottom of your news. Feed all of that's done automatically by facebook's. Ai Algorithms the same kind of thing is happening when net flicks and spotify recommend a new show or song but their applications outside of social and media platforms to because machine learning is really good at recognizing patterns in images There is now a whole field of research on how to use that technique for Medical images because a lot of cancer diagnosis or other disease diagnosis typically involves looking at an image like an MRI scan a cat scan Or an image of a of a tissue slice or whatever it is And then try to figure out whether it looks abnormal and whether needs to be treated and AI is demonstrating a pretty good Ability to now be able to do that for us at with higher accuracy than human radiologists because human radiologists can get sleepy. They can get bleary eyed Software does not. Karen is quick to point out here that in no way does she think. Ai should outright replace a human radiologists or do the job all on its own A. It's just another tool in your toolbox. It can give you a recommendation for what it thinks. Like whether someone has Malignant cancer node in their lung or something And it's still up to the doctor who has like the actual medical knowledge and the actual patient history and like all of that to make the final call so what about the use of AI in marketing. Since I was at this marketing a conference I was able to catch up with a guy named Nikos Kunia. I'm right now. A partner at Davidson partners we our AI CONSULTANCY. I lead the global AI practice. I'm also a futurist speaker and author now. The speakers at this conference all had slightly different backgrounds and all offered their unique perspective on the topic. I in marketing but what. They all seem to agree on. Is that this relatively new tech of AI and the age old industry of marketing that they were on a convergence path destined to integrate more and more as time goes on. So I asked Nikos why I'll give you one main reason two thousand seven. The iphone came out today. You almost have half the entire world with iphones and so the traditional world of marketing where you have a don draper and his media buddy making few decisions on. Hey let's get this message out for a specific brand to as many people as possible shirts. Vanilla message great. It works it worked then even ten years ago. You can still make that same decision. What do I put in front of Somebody in the Wall Street Journal and Creative Director a marketer? I need to make a decision right now. Up Like what? Do I know about you if I knew something about you? I make a decision about cars. Okay I'll put up a car. Od like I'm black. Okay do you like red so I will infer what I know about you and make that decision. A there are about five hundred billion opportunities to do that today and so there is absolutely no way a single human even get through a thousand so that is the reason why we need artificial intelligence. And why this convergence is happening is that you need to automate those decisions and you need to recognize patterns at a broad scale to get to what marketers want to sell more stuff and to drive business outcomes. So that's where our Bob Cat Marketer? Paul writes here comes back in all racer class of two thousand graduated from the E W Script School of journalism and I went onto found peer. Twenty twenty two the marketing agency and the marketing artificial intelligence institute. Paul founded PR twenty twenty in two thousand and four and more recently established the marketing artificial intelligence institute which hosted the conference. You can read more about the evolution of both Pr. Twenty twenty and the Institute in the latest issue of Ohio Today magazine at Ohio Today Dot Org but for now I wanted to ask Paul to put a is impact on the marketing industry at large in more perspective. To think about all the things you use in your daily life that are powered by so net flicks recommend shows for you based on Intelligence Algorithms. Spotify learns what music you like. Your iphone recognizes your face to unlock it. Facebook recognizes faces. You upload photos so none of that can be done without a so. It's what powers. All of those consumer technologies Amazon. Predicting what you're going to buy an essence it all comes down to these predictions and so marketing is basically trying to apply the same technology to make predictions about what consumers will do next. You're you're trying to predict if you're sending an email Campaign trying to predict what subject line of work? When should we send it? What images should we use the called action be and when you start looking at social media and email and websites? Seo and communications there's applications for AI across every category and it really just comes down to wear in your life. Are you trying to use data to make a prediction about something and when we step back as marketers? The answer is it's like eighty to ninety percent of the things we do so it's that potentially broad impact that can worry people especially those people working in the marketing roles that this technology will affect. Will they be replaced by a computer? Of course disconcerted has felt beyond the field of marketing. Automation has been simultaneously welcomed and feared industries from manufacturing to finance. Still Paul stays optimistic. We're under the working assumption. That within three to five years eighty percent of what we do at least will be intelligently automated to some degree meaning a I will make us better at doing the tasks we do every day. It may not replace the need to have a human doing them but it will enhance the the example. I give a lot as google maps. So when you're trying to go from point eight appointees you use just use a road atlas now Google maps monitors data in real time and it changes recommended route for you to take and all is trying to do is predict the fastest way from A to b the human still decides whether or not to take that advice but the machine has enhanced your ability get from a to B
"bob cats" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Seth. Three and will join us in a half hour right now. It's are very popular animal segment. We learn something every week. It is unrelentingly interesting, if you wanna talk to Ron McGill, seven, eight, six four five six four eight three. Seven is the telephone number. We start off with Rory. You're on ESPN radio with Ron McGill Rory. Go ahead. Hey, Ron Howdy from west Texas. I've got a pretty ferocious dachshund and Chihuahua, that thinks that it is bigger than any dog out there this morning. They encountered a Bob cat, and they creed this. Bob cat to tiny little dogs on a thirty five pound Bob cats. Is it the pack mentality that allowed them to do that? Or I mean do I have some superhuman dogs here? Well, I think it's not just a pack mentality. I think either one of those dogs, if they were alone would have done the same thing it's all about attitude. Man, you go in there believing. And all of a sudden that your opponent thinks, oh my God. He's crazy. The bobcat understand that animals. Don't understand their, their strength and size related to other animals. So you're looking at animal if it was another Bob cat that, Bob cat wouldn't have been treat it would've fought because that's instinct, but here's something that's strange. It's barking it's coming at them. I'm not going to take a chance, and that's the whole thing. And you see that, especially with small dogs. I call it the little dog. Napoleon complex where they just they get so crazy. You know, a little too. Crazy. You know, and or as opposed to see a big labrador retriever golden retriever, you know, they sit down. They're nice laid back dogs. These little dogs got something to prove and those two dogs prove it, Frank, Frank, you're on ESPN radio. Franko head. Hey, Ron I have ever in bad. Mosquito problem in my yard, I can't won't. My grill, someone told me to build up that bucks and try and you. Some, some taps yard. Absolutely also. So I'm worried about my dog. I also have a dog like Jones before it is my dog and a gap. He's back. No, not at all. Not at all not a risk at all their bats. First of all, they're the greatest mosquito control on the face of the planet. A bad can thousands of -squitoes in one night. That's, that's how incredible they are set up a bat bucks bat boxing your yard. If you got a lot of mosquitoes. That'd be the greatest thing. And in the daytime, you wanna draw dragonflies man. If you got dragonflies in your yard, that's the, the diurnal bat is the Dragonfly. They douse all kinds of mosquitoes all the time. That's the best kind of control. You can have mosquitoes that natural control. You know, and I've tried to remove any kind of standing water you having a yard any kind of bird bass or stuff like that at this time those things can be a little bit kinda productive if you're trying to control mosquitoes, Nick, you're on with Ron McGill of zoo Miami go head Nick..
"bob cats" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"Here's the thing if you get like a planet virgins. Do you understand how much talking? Yeah. Waited this long. I don't know feigning interest in their friends. Meeting, family. I just. Tomorrow. Yeah. How are you going to? Sh we need another, Shirley temple or you good. Yeah, here's the other thing, too, met the Kathy bear, I named him I've never even thought about this. But if if the place you're going to inhabit with, with virgins you get to fuck. Are you just fucking of seventeen year old to died horribly and moped accidents before their time? Yes. Because someone to kill them put them up there already there where I who's supplying the virgin, are they? Well, how do we even know that they're dead or just essentially raping some sixteen year old drowned in a pool, like before she got her hymen pop? What's going on? By the way, this is heaven for her me and old Bob cat. Great Sankey bowls. Spelling like malt liquor. It's going hold still part of the deal. She's like my book life with tragic another now being raped. My old comedian. This is horrible. Maybe it's hell for them actually tell. Yeah. So who are, how did they get their seven killing them all running loan virgin, right? By volcanoes. Oh, volcano. They're all hot as tech girls. I mean aghast in my milk. Here's they find your fourteen. You get chucked into a volcano and the next thing, you know, me, and Bob cat, our team. Right. For turn ity the other virtue would make so much fun to go to prom or high school sucked. The leg bones nonstop. Figure this out? I wanna supplying the virgin virgins in the afterlife. Yeah, that's seventy two virgins. Then after you work your way through a few of them, you're like now I got, you know, fifty eight or, and then it just whittles down. Would you ration them? Or is it you keep having do they do they restock the pool? Well, that's a good point because one one weekend and you could get through half your supply. Yes. On day three. Now. What? Well, that's why I went to have the dick suck and virgin. Toco whole virgin. The two I beat off on. So that way technically you know what I mean? Still here. You're still here. That's right. Yeah. Version forming click again, again, that's still to work. This is horrible. Sensitive. I wanna cuddling virgin. Beat off ship for your virgin. But either way, there's some we have to maintain. Similar to watch soaps with. I feel like you guys could trade your virgins okay at the beginning of the year in school when you get folders or whatever. And then maybe trade with someone else what if they're like a lot of nineteen year old virgin, just bad skin hooked nose. We're jewel funky snag to their, you know, Pat skin and you're like good. Versions for a reason. Yeah. Nice heavyset chick with an a cop, and pockmarks, and you're like, yeah, I get why everyone cast at high school. Horrible accident your software year college. Just anyway. We're good friends. Let's talk about the other virgins. So what are we talking about that? I'm director. Yeah. Oh, yeah. That's right. That's right. He's an artist. I interrupted myself. And they have it. Rola classics for Monday may twenty seven happy Memorial Day birthday, Adam Corolla, the atom cruel show returns tomorrow, with all time gets Lisa lamp in. Nellie in studio to make sure to tune in for that. We'll play around tomatoes game with her hope you're enjoying your holiday. It's barbecue. Joy, the jacuzzi, wherever Spink submerged in water. It's fine. See next weekend till then my name's Chris locked Tamana that superfan. Giovanni hope. Hope. As we walked suburban garden, Catholic Catholic without studying it he notice moves like not at all. It's inanimate and utterly how brain function. But despite that, when it got no, here's about how gyco not only saves people money, but also gives them access to nice and stage. It's twenty four seven online and over the phone. It's clear to them. You should switch because yes switching to Geico is a no brainer on second thought, maybe don't what garden gnomes
"bob cats" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Then later learned the Bob cat jumped on his back biz left arm and shoulder while clawing his head WCBS news time eight eighteen. Crash on the FDR drive. Let's get right to here's Kelly, and let's start with the southbound PR drive looks like that crash. We just getting words but cleared up so all lanes now getting by Southend dry by seventy first-rate problems. Now on the westbound ally e Glen cove road exit thirty nine broken down bus stuck in the HOV lane. Just slowing things up a little bit northbound van Wyk right past liberty avenue. Got a crash in that spot blocking the right lane. Not too bad in the Bronx on the deacon or the Bruckner the westbound prosper, though, still a bit slow third avenue to the outbound George Merritt Parkway got construction work out there every single night both ways and Fairfield between exits forty four and forty one. You'll see the right lane out in each direction and right now northbound pumper to bumper pretty busy now across the Rockland county bound tappan Zee bridge in New Jersey westbound two eighty norc the lay still lingering towards route twenty one exit fifteen always a hot. During the rush hour. And again, these delays just still hanging on and do keep in mind, alternate side parking role suspend it tomorrow through Saturday for the holidays, but he still have to feed those meters next traffic update in less than ten minutes. I'm w CBS our five day forecast now with meteorologist Danielle Niddle. Clear skies for the evening, then will turn partly cloudy later on tonight. It will be a cooler night with a low.
"bob cats" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Forget the Jerry day with all the stuff from last night, the Yankees and nets was a call or called up. Al Bolden story. Aladin believe it. He looked it up. Who was true on the Mohegan sun golf course group of dudes having a good time we love Mohegan sun and a Bob cat decided to attack a man and the golfers fought back with their clubs beat the Bob cat. Bob cat looked appear dead to the golfing. Dudes was not dead got up and attack the man again or turns out it was a rabid lava. Bob cat with rabies attacking a group of golfers. So that means the guy who got bit would have to get a series of rabies shots. They said he's a sixty year old man. But only it his minor injuries to magic getting attacked by. Bob cat at sixty and only minor injuries or at thirty or twenty. Well, we got a golf club. You can send you got a bunch of guys helping you out you can board at all. You know, what I used to play a lot of golf out or Zona? Remember, Jerry, we were out there playing and there would be all sorts of wildlife around whether it be Bob cash. They call. Cody's. Yes. Of course, everything everything was out there. I hit a ball in the rough. And you said as a good thing you hit it this time of year because if you hit that in June, you'll even it exactly right? You're not going out there. They did catch the Bob cat, and they had to put it down. Sit has Rabi. So it's all safe out there now. On the tour last week. I guess it was the week before whatever it was before the masters the alligator that was on the course and the one golfer that went over with his club and just very casually just it on right up to it. Go. Yeah. He he knew how to handle alligators. Like, he was an alligator farmers and the previous Gulf romo's wet himself when he saw as he kind of turned the corner idea jumped out when you walk into the desert out there, and all of a sudden you hear like a like a rattle like do the hell is that? Because you can't see those snakes their camouflaged in that that certain sand and everything rocks. Man freaky. You're not supposed to begin attack by Bob cats up in Connecticut, though, Rabi, so, you know, thirty minutes earlier it had attacked a horse. Really? Yeah. It's because it's rabid their minds, man sucks, Hungary. Now what happens Gotti man, while you'd be fine on the African safari because they feed the animals are well fed. Yeah. Right. And you have no meat on your bones. That shoe Jerry we force. We are brought to you by the Ray Catena auto group B M W certified season is in full bloom with special finance offers at BMW of Westchester, really. You're your net fan. Evan. Bag Scalia last night was I hate you rural at Barclays a lot of excitement going into this game three the nets splitting to infill Adelphia. You found out before the game. Joel Embiid would not play with the sore knee. And so Ben Simmons and Tobias Harris took game..
"bob cats" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK
"Waste industries fast signs and Bella dental teams Atlantic. That's what we talk about where land. Georgia state Panthers are on now. Here's the voice of the Panthers. Dave Cohen on the Georgia state basketball radio network. Good afternoon panther fan. Greetings from the lakefront arena here in New Orleans, Louisiana, Georgia state basketball back in the radio. The Panthers winners of the sun belt conference regular season getting set to play the first of two semifinal round games here at the sun belt conference basketball tournament into Orleans, Georgia state and the cats of Texas State Panthers. After that went over Georgia Southern last Saturday and statesboro ninety two eighty five and winning the sun belt conference regular season title coming in as the tournament's number one seed rod hunter and the Panthers twenty two and nine over all thirteen in five and sunbelt conference play. Texas State comes in having advanced on Friday night, beating south Alabama here seventy nine sixty seven they're not twenty four and eight. They finished up the season at twelve at six starting lineups after notes ballgame. Kane Williams into bark assignments in the back court for Georgia state upfront Damon Wilson, Jeff Thomason me. Ben levy. Starting lineup protects Texas State. Jalen shed and Trey Lorenzo Nottingham in the back court Nigel Pearson at one Ford spot upfront, Alex peacock, and Eric Terry Ron hunter Georgia state set basketball coaching season, Ray McCallum the associate head coach block Bardia Travis. Williams Nate summers. John Mark the assistance Danny Kaspar, head basketball coach at Texas State. Ben Levy will jump center opposite Eric Jerry Panthers. The higher seed in their home white with blue trim road. Maroon and gold for the Texas State. Bob cats. Officials this afternoon side by the sun belt conference. Opening tip is up and me. Ben Levy wins at ball ends up going out of bounds. And I think they're going to do it again. Damon Wilson chases the ball down out of bounds on the other side of the floor. The tip. This time is won by Georgia state. Ball deflected came right back to me. Trump DeMarcus Mathur's running from right to left across your radio. Dial here in the first here's David Wilson Damon. Bob's the ball off of his write football. That's going out of bounds. So the Panthers turn it over on this first possession Nigel.
"bob cats" Discussed on Here & Now
"Project seeks to learn more about the hidden lives of these cats examining diet. Tilleke and how Bob cats act in the wild and more and more in our backyard or Bob cats in more urban areas using different habitat or different resources. And are they using it differently or using different times of the day? Probably moving different times. Today's Bob cat is starting to wake up from transport slumber. So before biologists can work on it. It needs to be redrawn. Holly and his two assistants administer a sedative through long syringe poll. After about fifteen minutes. The cat is under. She. Oh. Oh. Only pulls the bond cat out of the carrier and places it on a long metal table. Scientists remove a few bloated ticks and small Muller to get cats age the head and neck are measured. There's a DNA sample and the cat is era tagged and fitted with a GPS column. Most people think of Bob cats is like, you know, needing woods living out in the middle of nowhere. But I mean, we're finding they're very adaptable animals. So far the project has collared more than eighty cats tracking. Bob cats through rural forests and even one in Connecticut's biggest city, it's pretty amazing. I mean, he'll he'll go right into almost downtown Bridgeport and use some of the park land that they have in their around New England science are also on the rights, Vermont wildlife officials say Bob cat, populations are healthy and well distributed and numbers are also up in Maine, increasing alongside the Bob cats bigger cousin the candidate links back in Connecticut. Holly says Bob cats, which in the mid twentieth century were subject to a bounty..
"bob cats" Discussed on The MFCEO Project
"You'd build a gauntlet do just bills something where but you have to start at point A and point B, you have to move initial warrior in a Bob. I'm so in. This is happening. This is this is happening. We should fuck into an either that bestowed on your or YouTube show because. Just do it on Saturday exactly due to to. I would. I would do that. You know? There's all these listen to actually do it for living. Let's do for a living. You're not invited. I'm telling you guys who operate equipment online are the biggest divas if you if I picture of I posted a picture of my Bob get the day my skid loader, I call it a compact track loader and people were like that's the technical name, dude. So many do we're like, bro, just get sticker. It depends on where you live. Yeah. Exactly. It's a Bob cat. When I grew up. It was Bobby, and then it'd be a skit loader. Yeah. To me, it's a schizo. That's all it is is a skit Stor. So because Bob cats, no matter what. Missouri. It's in Missouri. It doesn't matter. What brand is it could be New Holland could be cat. It could be John Deere. It's a fucking Bob. I didn't even know. Bob cat was brand until I was twenty. I thought that's what they called that style machine. It was like a Bob cat. Exactly. So when you don't have people in other areas, call where you go certain places in the United States. They call all soft drinks cO. Exactly. Everything's a coke or to sorta toppings yet. Bob cats here like you could be driving a fuck and John Deere. Bob cat. All right, two things. There's a guy online. It's black sheep skid. Do you guys? See this guy names on TV sheepskin black sheepskin this, dude. Okay. He's got his little on Amazon YouTube channel that comes in and my son szeswith, Bob cats. So it's black sheep's get this dude can run a fucking piece of equipment nothing this guy. He actually loads like a load onto wills balances it on a log and stuff like that. Climbs in the back of the truck back. Trailer just loads up bed sets it in. But he could be like he could be the moderator of skid. Steer Olympic love this happening. You guys this von you saw this. They're all signed up for this. We're all set up for Bob cat Olympics. Nobody's backing out. I'm notarized. My son is coming. So we're gonna have to figure that out. Yeah. Got my boy there. So we I think it's good. Here's the deal. I can also see Vons twin a little bit. I think because we're getting a little off track. All we were talking about right? Oh, but But I. I. The beauty of this podcast. So wait, wait, wait. So I've been meaning to say this for second. 'cause I couldn't get over my head, Dave, and Dave and hearing you're hearing like whenever you were excavating, and you guys were doing, you know, odds and ends job internet grew up porn concrete foundations, and I did flatwork whenever I I got into sales. I would bigger similar when he was told that story about them porn pads. Yeah. I was thinking dude that's the same shit. We did. It's exactly the same thing. I saw copies. I would literally getting a suit and tie. I would go to work to seven thirty sales meeting. I would leave it. Eight fifteen I will go flat work all day. And I would come back because we had a check him by four and I wouldn't put my soup shower at the customer's house, it'd be like, hey, man can shower here. And I would go back and we'd knock it out. We had to get it done. But I couldn't help when you were talking about when you know, you guys tore the fuck out of that out of that boom tristen. His name is not Dave you are tristen from legends of the fall. All right China. You know what? I mean, you experienced life day, I'm sitting here. So. You can't let them be around chick. Across my master bedroom. House for four years son of a bit. Yeah. Dude. I mean, so that that actually brings us back to where we were with the business excavating company buried it. I'm getting married Dave's wandering the world. And I'm telling you like every week. I'd seen in a new place doing crazy stuff..
"bob cats" Discussed on We're No Doctors
"She a I've seen those people had a roommate who was obsessed. He's like he. He's like we should get a pet snake? I I don't know what the fuck was huddled with is the thing. But cool if you like snakes. Oh, I don't know. Maybe and then for Christmas. He bought me a snake? It's like that. No. 'cause he wanted one and he was always gone on the road. So he's like, hey, I got you a snake? Can I hold your snake here for I think? Kind of. I mean, you you have to definitely have a terrarium with like a heated rock and pad for them in like mice and stuff for them to eat, and they get out very easily. I called him. His name was Houdini because I could never never fucking finding. That's kind of scary to be like, listen, my snake gets out a lot. It's probably. Like minute while you're watching like, I found your snake ice on the in in my neighborhood was this was last year. I was driving home from a show. So it was like one o'clock in the morning. And if I get my neighborhood, which where I live, it's street parking. If I get there after seven PM, it's like, no parking. And I know I'm going to have to weigh up the hill. And so I'm driving up the hill. And I'm looking for a parking space in I'm coming around this corner. And there is a Bob cat the size of a German shepherd. It is huge a gigantic ass. Bob cat, just walking down the middle of the street. It's not running. It's not afraid is walking the same direction as my car, and I pull up kind of behind it. I'm just driving really slowly it is not it looks sees me doesn't give a shit keeps walking down the street. I've like I've never seen a Bob cat in L A before. And I was like what the fuck nothing is huge as we're coming around the corner, I see a parking spot. The Bob cat walks into the parking spot your spot, and then goes into the Bush right next to my parking spot. So I park I parallel parked in the nice sat my car for probably twenty minutes because I was afraid to get out because I didn't know if it was still in the Bush, or if it had run up the hill. Definitely ran up the hill. But like, yes smart. I was like oh my God. Nothing could kill me easily one hundred percent. My house cat almost kills me. Like. He's huge, by the way. And if you like he's massive now, what Albie he's huge. You're kidding. He's like this big. He's massive when I got any stands up, and like he'll like hold my hand and put it on his head like he's really smart and really kind of human agro, but he's huge like he's bigger than my dog. So we like stands up on like he hides on furniture and waits for my dog to walk by and like jumps down and like kamikazes her and she Sarah fide. He's huge. This cat. Is so weird whenever I have friends with pets. Like, I have a lot of friends who've gotten puppies, you know, they've rescued puppies. And I see him. And I'm like, this is the fucking cutest thing ever. And then I won't see my friend for like, six months, and I come over. I'm like when did you get this gigantic dog that he was this big like a month after you? EA big so fast. You see them there? You know, when they're a baby their paws IRS big as my hand. Oh, yeah. That's when you're like. Yeah. This is going to be a big ass dog. Yeah. My my dog is not that much bigger than she was when she was a puppy dog still tiny. Yes, she was really tiny when I got her. But yes, she's like fourteen pounds. Well, I think we've accomplished everything we need to accomplish dry socket. We talked about the dog that had to eat your deck. Guy. No shot a motion support animals now this given the people what they want us satisfied. Do you have anything to plug? Do. You have anything coming out? Westworld all done finished airing a couple there's going be a third season is oh there is. Okay. Are they they're not shooting that yet though? No, not yet..
"bob cats" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"We had a caller that called in while we were on break that one or two. Now, head black bears showing up on the trail cameras in Todd county Kentucky, which is a long way from the mountains of eastern Kentucky. But that doesn't surprise me really these young Bowers when they get displaced out of their core. Areas by the adult bears, they go on walkabouts. It can be pretty startling cover. Several hundred miles easily. They're very capable of moving through all train, and and they're showing up in some very unique places the bear population. According to everyone. Did I network with in eastern Kentucky, they say it's been explosive that it's just unbelievable. How many barriers you see just driving around in many of those counties down there especially in L zone. Canada the same kind of habitat black bears prefer, but they've they've really branched out. The numbers are continuing to climb the of fish wildlife aware that increased limits pretty substantially this town for archery him got hunter. So there's another game species. That's on the ground appears to be climbing in numbers, very very rapidly. Kind of parallels to a lesser degree, of course, with the way. Bob cats have proliferated. In kentucky. It's been just crazy how the number of Bob cats is escalated in the last ten to twelve years been a very startling development. Many many ways one of which is the number. Bob cats, you can observe during daylight hours. I think I mentioned this on a previous broadcast back. Prior to. The numbers increasing the way they have you could go through a lifetime in the woods in Kentucky, and very very seldom if ever see more than one or two Bob cats. I have to say I get around about as much as anybody and acted count the number. Bob kits at seen in daylight on one hand prior to this explosion. But now in parts of southern Indiana. And of course, most of Kentucky. They're even out in the farm ground. I mean, they're. Good populations of that around for instance, Sonora area, where it's mostly mixed farm ground Smallwood, lots, and what have you been and as you move further south down sixty five they're they're just an explosion the folks in east Kentucky report the same things. And it's it's been just a unbelievable startling development. And of course, with their increase in numbers were hearing lots more stories about. Their impact on the turkeys and on phones, which run pretty good girl from Coutts to begin with Bob cats to the mix along with other critters out there and sometimes. Turkeys in particular, kid survive, all the things that Walkin in the prey on Turkey's. Specially when the hands are on the nest the raccoons skunks possums will eat their eggs. The Kyle to kill the head. If the kid on the nest in a very adept at doing that in Bob cats are notorious for either taking birds off the roost, which a lot of people don't realize they do they're very adept at climbing up a tree and leap it on a rooster Turkey and in the fall to the ground. And they're really deadly on Tom's when they're goblin gablers. Our strategy goblin vulnerable to any of those critters that attacks from behind couch are pretty darn good added. I've seen that in Witten set before but cats one that's really good at slithering around in the grass or weeds and when Turkey turns its tail to him, but it's game on. So that's something we'll continue to talk to you about. I'm real proud of our sponsors here on the program. And there are times when I feel compelled to give a shout out to him for various reasons, but I want to talk a little bit. Bad. How grateful I am to math veterinarian Kurt Oliver there Linden animal clinic in a staff they really helped me through my tough time there with the Snickers put her down. Kirk was extremely. Jalen head great bedside manner. If you will I guess you'd call it. The veterinarians perspective about these help me through it. And they've got a. A dog or cat tear practiser there to practice now. Little Don FOX, he was having trouble lip and on her front left leg. And I thought it was tissue damage or maybe something in the Bom, and we're still waiting to see. But after the this nice lady did her manipulations honor, she phantom that she did have some pinched nerves in her neck, which I never was thought about and she was able to adjust those vertebrae internet appears to be doing a whole lot better. So I'm very grateful for that. And for those you care about your pets. You know been advertising for looted animal clinic incurred Oliver for quite some time down very proud of them as an advertiser dimension. What a super job they did on my animals. Here recently Scottish, Keith. Yes, Keith, you're up. Hey, thanks, Jim, my issues with chronic wasting disease. In michigan. We got eighty three counties total with upper low peninsulas. We have eight counties that have panic wasting. Permit hundred forty percent discount rate. And then they wanna have a more major kill off with the twenty th rounding counties for next year. I just don't see the reason why you would kill healthy animals oversee WD what? They're gonna stop corn feeding bathing and mineral. Well, Wisconsin did a very strong purge if you will of of their deer herds and candies like that and found that when you do that a lot of times you can end up killing off an animals that might be. Actually, developing an immunity to it. And it's a long climb back when you decimated her like that. And. The folks in Wisconsin did away with bathing and feeding of deer as well. And they've through their course of time with their process. Bottom line is they're allowing you to feed and beta they haven't seen it. It was the. Thing that projected that. So those are my thoughts Keith for what they're worth. And that's what happened in Wisconsin. We got to go to break here, folks. This break is presented by Marie. Remember, you never get soaked it s..
LeBron James will play in Lakers preseason opener vs. Nuggets
"Lakers preseason starts, the preseason schedule. Game schedule starts on Sunday. That is a game. You could course here now. Late with the Lakers. We don't care about the Celtics in the morning in the does rewards hassle ball. We have seen Gordon Hayward. Really long time. Yeah, I was drafted to Charlotte to Charlotte, Bob cats. I guess I'm really old because the Bob cats, no longer exists by name. Yep. No, Gordon Hayward. It's the first time seeing them. It was like, oh, is that Gordon Hayward old together, broke his leg. I forgot. Yeah. Seek finally made it back. The little afro thing. Five clock is the start of the pre-game show here on ESPN LA Lakers versus I believe it's the nuggets on Sunday. Today practice trying out a new center and want to take a guess. Kurt rambis. New center new center,
James Gunn, Roseanne Barr and Rape discussed on Morning Show with Sean and Frank
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"bob cats" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Of the ones we get into the wildlife hospital have been hit by cars so there's that but a bob cat is not a very big cat it's you know could be twelve pounds could be fifteen pounds could be eighteen pounds that's not a very big cat but they're absolutely amazing animals when you're in the wildlife hospital with a bob cat and that animal is so angry and he hisses and he growls every hackel on your body goes up it doesn't matter that that's a fifteen pound cat i've met house cats that are bigger than that right it doesn't matter he you can tell that is a wildcat but bob cats are not going to be dangerous unless you specifically walk up and try to poke the animal rights give the might raise this the other day when i was hiking yeah and it just looked at me i mean if you give khattak though i do not want to see him out in lyon i seen them from afar player as part of impetus has grown increasingly neurotic fail running helping 'em online doesn't mommy i know it likely won't yeah but the so mountain lions primarily primarily dear so that's what the mountain lion wants the mountain lion wants a deer mountain lion does not want to human were scary were smelly were loud were unpleasant that's not what the mountain lion is the biggest lime disease an interesting question the answer to that but so a mountain lion certainly isn't isn't out stocking humans the few interactions that do happen in their incredibly rare what loved one of the things i loved and rachel's book is the statistics of how much more likely you are to die on the way to the beach than you are actually swimming in the water with any of the animals or like dominating right it is comforting at how much more likely you are to get i mean exponentially more likely to get bitten by a domestic dog then you are by coyote or another wild animal rights so the odds of anything happening with a wild animal are unbelievably slim yeah look at those odds twenty deaths for cows about twenty result of dogs but with bears and sharks one black widow spiders one coyotes zero right i think i've got all those numbers okay allison hermansson communications director of wild care and since you mentioned those creatures in the terry goslin is an expert on those senior curator of inventory so algae and geology the california academy of sciences which means he deals with a lot of creatures aquatic and watch out for the sea lion males right exactly sea lions are very territorial animals and basically they make their living by males particularly establishing harems and and a lot of times they're defending their territory and defeating who after yeah and and the ones that that aren't fortunate enough to form harems are these bachelor males they get sort of sloughed out into marginal habitats and and that's probably what's happened with a lot of the the bites that have happened of swimmers in aquatic park in those areas as if you don't have a mate you're cranky anyway and some buddies invading your territory your first reaction is to defend that territory so those are the kinds of things that we we just have to be aware of is that animals exhibit different behaviors depending on what's going on in their lives there's individual variation just as there's individual variation in human behavior and we just have to recognize that animals are not programmed robots that that are always going to respond absolutely predictive manner well it's predictable though that certain things can happen as a result of animals to even the most wellmeaning humans i mean where you're walking can affect being stung you can get jellyfish can get stingrays i mean all these things one has to be mindful of mindful of the dangers of them and i think it's important to point out to people the kind of things that they shouldn't be doing let's let's go there with sharks and particularly if i could get your thoughts about something like spearfishing which seems to also be on the rise yeah well spearfishing is is a great sport and people love doing it and you shouldn't do it in areas that are known to have sharks you're just basically dangling a raw steak in front of a a voracious predator and your there's blood in the water there's a you know everything that you shouldn't be.
"bob cats" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"And we do have more on the story on our website cbc dot ca slash ah a rabid georgia bob cat picked the wrong homeowner to cross paths with dd phillips was not going to let that intruder get anywhere near her sleeping granddaughter so when it pounced ms phillips strangled a bob cat with their bare hands dd phillips is in do we rose georgia just a warning some of the details of the tac are gruesome idiot at what point did you notice this bob cat aren't fortunately i got about three steps outside of my door under my fort before i've noticed they like to turn to go inside but normally with bob cats when i say person i run fully expecting him to run when he saw me and he didn't do that he can commit and so he had seen you and he came after you what what happened i didn't watch it on my truck betting sticker much good my husband told me i better not day and i did it anyway i went back inside grab my phone hat macama ready to take a picture my truck and i see about gatting under my position i took the pitcher about cat and i figure you know seriously realism here he's going to run and he didn't he took that step and laws i was in trouble and not through my son and he like he was trying to get behind me and i watched him and he took a line and then when he took a long behind legs hit stomach area and his mouth tried latching onto my throat i turned my head and he called the side of my face and you this point when he was attacking you i mean it's not possible to run you couldn't get away from this you'll never get away from about cat if you've ever seen one run just ask throw around could not outrun bob cat there's not way it was either fighting more letting kill me was when.
"bob cats" Discussed on GSMC Weird News Podcast
"Miles to atlanta and go check if the store has any cells than walk back in let you know if they don't yes yes ma'am yes ma'am because i saw that women kill a bob cat with her bare hands now you hear stories like this people say so and so did this with his bare hands what's called did this with back in my day with my bare hands and i've never believed that i've never believed when any old person that's told me they have done anything with their bare hands other than i don't know change a tire but the tell me this story is seems to be confirmed police soda ladies all scratched up in the bob cat has been choked to death now looking back on it for every time old person that's told you they did something with their bare hands be careful be careful be really careful that's why i was so excited about this story because it touches on many layers of our human life it's others don't so many layers of society it touches on the idea that okay would your back's against the wall you can't give up when you're not ready to die you look death in the face and say hey i'm not gonna die off of this thing about our society where we have older people that tell stories and they seem like myths but this forty six year old lady shocked out shook that whole bob cat if she's so she's not even really an old person if she took out a she's not i'm sorry she's not old personnel she's forty six if this forty six year old woman took out a bob cat that means that if you're seventy six year old grandpa tells you choke.
"bob cats" Discussed on GSMC Weird News Podcast
"Ryan holloway this this doesn't even sound real are you guys ready for this because this should brighten your day after the one i told you about this woman she was attacked by bob cat and she killed about cab her name is d phillips de philip sounds like a woman that will kill bob cat this story's unbelievable while she was putting a bumper sticker on her car that said woman who behave really make history and she was going to take a picture of the bumper sticker she saw her neighbor's dog barking and saw bob cat approaching the bob cat just ran up on just attacked her and dd lives like a hundred and ten miles out in the forest she lives in the deep deep deep just trench outside of atlanta one hundred ten miles set of atlanta and she sees bob cat and she said you have to go for the judge she said the bob cats go for your jugular because once hit that van you're dead in like a minute and she just knows his bob cat until because she lives out in the forest there's bob cat runs up on her she wrestled with the bob cat and just chokes the death about biting her hand scratching their hands she just keeps choking the bob cat and choke about in the bob cat dies son gets their son stabs bob cat four or five times just to make sure that it's dead but did is like story of this is incredible because she's with the interviewer see so outstanding she's like i just knew it was mere this bob cat it wasn't time for me to die i wasn't going to let this bob cat take me out i wasn't ready to die this she said she said quote out thought not today there was no way i was going to die really really now there's a lot of stuff going on right now with stuff i don't want to be specific but we will feel is very important maybe we'll fill these situations if people like wanting to give up on certain things certain things i'm going to say quote unquote certain things but sometimes when someone when you're someone's when resilience kicks in if you can just tap into that resilience.
"bob cats" Discussed on Hard Factor
"Bob cat attacked you yeah l scream right so the story coming out of georgia d phillips of forty six year old grandma was attacked by a rabid bob grandma forty forty six five year old granddaughter not judging jeez but you know so the bob bob cat is trying to get them to stop her granddaughters in the house bob cat jumps on her she claims she gets hold the bob cats neck strangles it basically she fell on it and you know she's she's rather large woman what she's claims herself she said thank god emma on a large woman so after the bob cat was dead her son came out and stabbed it for five times now she claims while how this was going on yeah just it was dead just to make sure it was that war than war the bob cat skin around the house one quote from guy michigan will plan words they're nice says stupid liberal would have just lay there and yelled for the cops basically saying liberals have no less for life damn skippy i think you're saying that liberals pay for bob cat policing and they want to you know there's money liberals would prefer the government bob ken police liberals to be protected against bob cat attack that's part of what i to there to you know bleedingheart they'd rather die by the more than killian animal yeah what's also funny about the story she is she noble she claims that she she claims that she had just put a bumper sticker on her car that was quite women don't make history or what exact quote was but she says well rarely history women put it on her truck and then the bob cat attack he was going out to take a picture of it bob cat hates feminists not just what lucky coincidence get your food you're hungry aren't you you're hungry aren't you you haven't eaten today's this is such an alleged story up i feel like i feel i smell some bullshit for sure oh yeah it was her pet bob cat versi killed it because it got rabies yes so she's now going undergoing rabies treatment everyone's you know claiming she's the bad ass of the of the that's awesome yeah good for her for de all right.
Coalition strikes airport in Yemen's Hodeida
"Forty six year old grandmother found the strength to strangle a rabid bob cat you heard me right she strangled a rabid bob cat after the animal attacked her in the front yard of her home in northeast georgia the athens banner herald reports dd phillips went outside june seventh to take a picture when the bob cat lunged at her she then grabbed the cat by the throat and did not let go phillips is being treated for rabies and recovering from a broken finger and several bite and claw wounds kent state university is planning a series of events starting next year to commemorate fifty years since the ohio national guard shot and killed four students and wounded nine during protests of the vietnam war on may fourth nineteen seventy the school says it's commemoration will start in the fall of twenty nineteen and continue until the actual anniversary in twenty twenty ken state says it is in the process of planning events to reflect on the impact of those shootings reporter dale gavlak looks at the growing conflict in yemen as pro government forces backed by saudi arabia engage separatists causing residents to flee across borders to safety residents say they're living in terror as their neighborhood close to who data airport has been pummeled you and on voice for yemen martin griffiths has been holding emergency talks in sanaa amid growing fears that fighting between the gulf arab coalition and who the rebels will further escalate a humanitarian crisis already more than twenty two million yemenis need aid including eight million who risked starvation griffiths may insist the rebels gift control of data's port receiving more than seventy percent of food and supplies to you and supervise committee dale gavlak for cbs news i'm on business update.
Video appears to show Native American man struck in hit-and-run by border patrol vehicle
"Yours twenty seven authorities in arizona are investigating a possible hit and run incident involving a us border patrol agent happened after a native american man says a border patrol vehicle random over we get more from correspondent jamie yuccas this video is just thirty seven seconds long but appears to show a thirty four year old paulo remiss getting picked by a border patrol vehicle the suv then drives away the no one checks is almost a million people have watched the video on social media since it happened thursday night in a part of the tahane automation it's a sixty two mile reservation that straddles the us mexico border in southern arizona near tucson it's an area were native americans encounter agents often as they look for illegal immigrants and drug traffickers rina's tells the arizona daily star he ran onto the dirt road because he knew the border patrol agent would hit him a grandmother in north georgia killed a rabid bob cat with her bare hands happened in our driveway dd phillips has bite marks and broken fingers on both of her hands along with cuts bruises all over her body but she did manage to get her hands around the animal's throat and not let go her home is surrounded by soybean fields so she never expected a bob cat and counter now phillips has to get a painful and expensive series of shots to keep her from contracting rabies so we're cousin set up an account to help raise money for her medical expenses i'm mike cremedas this your forecast comes your way next a building is much more than the foundation the roof and the walls a building represents reliability i e me novak with.
"bob cats" Discussed on Here & Now
"For many years coats made from animal for have been highly prized and if you think those days are over they are not the most coveted for all is bob cat fur from the american west but wyoming public radio's miltie edward reports alive bob cat might be worth more than its pelt riverton wyoming trapper tom krause shows me around his workshop where i of every sort are displayed on the wall i have some filter what you have here you might be interested in that are little bit different to begin i have a melanin stick phase of raccoon which is a black wolverine lynx crouse has i from all over the world he's been trapping since he was thirteen in his thirties he made a living as a trapper and it's always supplemented his income and then there's the bob cat so the film will here's well spotted through out the whole body and has a broad d belly so this is one of the more valuable bob cats and krause's coming off a productive winter he trapped thirteen bob cats i had some pretty nice spot kept pill six year and my average price on that was four hundred dollars thirteen pelts at four hundred dollars a pop that means krause made about fifty three hundred dollars this year on bob cat pelts a beaver pelt goes for eight dollars coyotes maybe fifty kraus says sometimes for buyers even pay as much as a thousand bucks for an extraspecial bob cat pelt it's the only spotted feline that still legal to trap in the world and wyoming's bob cats are soft while those and other places like the mid west and the south are wiry it takes about thirty bob cat bellies to make a coat krause shows me one he had made for his wife when i had this made it was praised at thirty.
"bob cats" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Yes look a little bit different than regular kittens pointy ears i'm looking at i'm not jock cousteau i'm not jack hannah my goodness difference huge difference well here's the thing i think this was a little bit of karma because they all three got bit by one of these bangel kittens which is turns out to be a bob cat and they call the authorities and to report hey we got bit by these kittens and turns out they actually stole the kittens they at first said that they found him in an alley and they're like oh we're just gonna take care of these abandoned kitties no they stole it from their mother liar liar transported them across town and that's when the kittens bit they stole bob cat kittens from an adult bob cat mother not knowing that it was actually a bob cat they just saw the kittens the mom was going to the grabbed her they grabbed him and who does that karma i don't wanna see anyone eating or bid i don't but you know sometimes god has a way of taking care of exactly yeah no i can't even cut him any slack because i'm looking at it would've bob cat looks like it looks like a bar cat.
"bob cats" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Our number eight hundred two eight eight nine two seven this is a great story about a family that said that they were they adopted kittens they did not think that this was a bob cat these are kittens we yeah these are kittens but turns out they were lying they knew they were bob cats the bobcats bid so they were they're in trouble 'cause they got caught lying yes so it's crazy isn't it not that one so what's that this go this one buys to which one's which one's scarier this one this one we were talking about this again today my wife keeps saying because i'm concealed carry constantly all the time right in my house ron my house out about to shoot the the thing when it comes near one of our neighbors told us she called us i don't know if i told you about this associate producer david one of my neighbors called me early the other day and said there was a bob cat outside in your front yard it was just like eight in the morning just walk into my front yard calm and then it went around the side of the house looked around in the back and then went somewhere else and came over was looking at her chickens oh guess right just just just just just heard say from my daughter's one of her best friends who lives half mile from us and they're all there kind of near a creek i guess but we're the same thing we're like a block solid blocked from a creek but we're not within one hundred two hundred feet of it we're probably a block or block and a half maybe even two i don't know but they're about a block from the from the creek they had thirteen of their chickens in their backyard killed in one night last night one yeah i don't know how many bob cats it was with a fat bob cat yes executive producer chris did you have something to throw in you were just talking to associate producer david and saying to him what i remind you of a christmas story one ralphie is fantasizing about the bb gun shoot the bad guys but for me it's small animals because because the fact that i talk about a pit bull it's going to bite me i'm gonna shoot it or a bob cat what was the what was the other one.
Trump Administration Sanctions Russians for Election Meddling and Cyberattacks
"Opened the k g o eight ten scale the trump administration is imposing sanctions on nineteen russians for alleged interference in the 2016 us election including thirteen who were indicted by special counsel robert muller house minority leader nancy pelosi calls it significant this is really important a foreign power meddled in our election took a very long time for the president and the administration to accept that fact the penalties also include the first use of new powers that congress passed last year to punish moscow for election interference targets include officials working for the russian military intelligence agency g are you what could be the largest rafter poaching case in california history has been uncovered in lassen county officers responded to a property near standish following an anonymous tip from someone who reportedly witnessed demand killing a hawk they discovered dozens of birds of prey and other dead animals including more than one hundred fifty carcasses of mostly hawks but also at least one dead al to dead bob cats taxidermied mountain lion and other non gamers geos terry row says the property owner faces multiple charges san jose's low income and uninsured residents are getting free eye exams during the next couple of days thanks to the efforts of esp global at mayor samll cardo chief communications officer of esp pat mcneill says it's all part of a partnership with mayors all around the country with.