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"borbon" Discussed on Unexplained
"In the seventeenth century. House ca castle was located in the kingdom of bahia also referred to as the check kingdom within the broad umbrella of the holy roman empire during the early seventeenth century. Much of the empire was embroiled. In a bitter and bloody battle as two of its major players the habsburg family and the french house of borbon battled for supremacy the resulting conflict one of the most destructive in european history would eventually last for thirty years becoming known as the thirty years war and claimed the lives of anywhere between four and a half to eight million people during the war. Many other peripheral powers withdraw into it to protect their various territories within the empire including kostovice adult. 'thus then king of sweden as a consequence. It is rumored that a swedish commander named oh tronto used his involvement in the war as an opportunity to secure castle house. Girth himself having been drawn to it by its dark. And tantalizing pathology after capturing the castle during the swedish armies raise into bahia tronto as opposed alchemist and practitioner of magic is said to have made attempts to harness. The strange energy said to be contained within the castle's walls while of toronto was staying at the castle. It is believed that his soldiers were given free rein to rape and pillage the surrounding communities in revenge while also unnerved. By the reports of strange occult experiments being carried out at the castle to local hunters assassinated the swedish commander supposedly killing him while he was in the midsts of one. Such strange experiment in the years after toronto supposed occupation the castle is thought to have fallen into severe disrepair after being restored significantly in the early nineteenth century. It began once again to draw in all manner of visitors curious to know more about the peculiar fortress on the limestone cliff in eighteen. Thirty six poet karel hynick masher while in the middle of a walking tour of the local area is said to have spent a night at the castle that night. It is claimed that masher fell into a deep but fitful sleep in which he found himself drifting towards the chapel only to be pulled deep below the floor and through into the chasm below it moments later. He found himself wandering unfamiliar streets soon realizing he'd been propelled two hundred years into the future as he apparently wrote in a letter to a friend. He was surrounded by huge towers like sandstone. Cliffs with holes dotted throughout them from outer which eerie yellow light was shining like modern-day towerblocks. Perhaps while later he saw a woman on the street watching moving pictures out of a small box like contraption she was holding in her hand just over one hundred years later under the orders of adolf hitler. The german army invaded czechoslovakia. And a short time. Later a troupe of ss guards were stationed at castle housekeeper. Just why they were there however remains a mystery today. House castle remains open to visitors nestled deep within the forests of bahia as beguiling and incomprehensible as ever if you enjoy unexplained and would like to help supporters you can now do so via patriot to receive access to add free episodes. Just go to patron dot com forward slash unexplained part to sign up unexplained the book and audiobook featuring ten stories that have never before been covered on the show is now available to buy worldwide can purchase through amazon barnes and noble and order stones among other bookstores all elements unexplained including the show's music produced by me rich mcclain smith. Please subscribe and great the show wherever you listen to podcasts. And feel free to get in touch with any thoughts or ideas regarding the stories of heard on the show. Perhaps you have an explanation of your own. You'd like to share you can reach us. Online at unexplained podcast dot com or twitter at unexplained pot and facebook at facebook dot com or would slash unexplained podcast. When i left the house it began following me in my car in my garden at the local coffee shop. It was relentless. Finally i did the only thing left for me to do. I found the sharpest blade. My husband's shaving kit. And i passed through the flame of our stove until i was sure. It was sterilized that i numbed my nose with ice for half an hour closed my eyes and like the nuns of saint cyr. I sought it off to try and save myself. Hi everyone i'm robbie jewelry. You may remember me as adlon say advocate on cereal or as the host of the hit podcast undisclosed and now i am excited to introduce you to my brand new. Podcast called ninety night bedtime stories to keep you awake. Ninety nine is an anthology featuring both adaptations of classic horror stories. You may never have heard of and fictionalized true life stories. 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"borbon" Discussed on PoodKast: A Bong Review Show
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"borbon" Discussed on Problematic Premium Feed
"The songs had titles like you can leave. But it's going to cost you and there's the league borbon how could you be paying the you gotta fifteen of your wife pregnant late. This is just like us and it's a great album. It's the worst. Part of the album is real great. Yeah yeah it's a great album but a daddy musical genius so it's none of your good mess. I think that's the thing we can understand. What he's music is great. He's also a maniac like you said mania to make yourself the wrong party and broadcast it to the world. You'd think you would not want the world to even pay attention to this like. I don't even want the way looking at my marriage because if they find out this stuff but he's he's going on a street corner banging drums younger. See what this has done to me. Always cracks me up when the person who was clearly the reason why the relationship ended plays the victim may go to everybody like this one guy. He went to everybody trying to get sympathy. This mega cheated on the girl stole her money. Despite that her mom all kinds of crazy shit stole her car wrecked it and then brought it back and act like he. He wasn't gonna pay opening what wife i would live. I was never married. Those i was about a narcissist which you think you know. I think like i told you my dad. My dad's right. So he does. He would do. He would be like somehow every job he had. Everybody was against him every day every job. Nobody likes you like think about that. The problem might be you and it wasn't like he wasn't. He was working for white people all the time. Where black people where philanthropy pin in the results always work for completely diverse group. Always the same people. Don't like this nigga. And i'll be like you. I've i've worked a lot of places with a lot of different groups of people and i can tell you i don't have these problems there. People didn't get along with and sometimes they didn't get along with me and what people are totally got along with it. I'm friendly till this day in this man just couldn't but somehow he was always the victim. My father beaten me and said he was the victim. That's how yeah he. He said after a comb. Adam people should outta me. He imagined it. He didn't throw anything but somehow he was the victim. But that's what people do when you're when you wearing narcissist. That's what they do they somehow you. You didn't stay in your place. And they are now the victim. Yeah what a way to end. Because i gotta go in my father. Beat okay goodbye. No let's on a good note. Yeah life is is actually pretty good now. Some us here. Yeah hot summers are. They went from the pacific northwest. Fucking one hundred sixteen degrees. And i'm not exaggerating. Live right here we we..
"borbon" Discussed on No Jumper
"Good remember. Like a real pop. Music bear on air horn son. Where'd you find this aid. Us asking for a soundboard. I'm not sure. I trust you with that dope. Afraid you're gonna turn into fung flexing me doing a fucking bomb in between every night and you say something like this ministry. It's going to be like abby hard all the host of the show on my podcast. I should have the sand. Borbon your pike as you said the sound. Everybody had their own. Don't wanna touch it here. Boss doesn't know. I think we should have whoever's manning the cameras and all that should. They should be playing hockey jokes. Ship like whacko all. We're gonna talk about that way. Google union has. Ooh michael grow after. We did the podcast rome last wednesday. I shows guys like a level super member. State bro overpriced. Probably won't ever buy it ever on my own but it was good. What was better than the restaurants bro. I never take like that in a restaurant. He's just do it just puts on. Jason is put salt on here but it was like some good as bromley. I've had this share restaurant so many. Tom hailed tastes. Like danny i get it from my walmart. Costco costco like oh. These nick is gone crazy. You never even been in cusco. Says it just hit the pizza fire. Yeah i i don't think i've ever really been cosco. That's like a certain tier of humanity of only just like never making a pass the pizza. Nah i never even had the food. They're just fucking god. I don't think i ever been little rolls role over that that makes us for house. Goes house phone like to go to costco. You have to be like thinking about like you have to responsible. You have to think about the future spanish. Does you need to have a whole to buy a fucking eighty. Pacman is not not thinking about his needs next year so you grocery shopping period now like amazon fresh type in be trader joe's for show cause why. Hose in lululemon sweats. But not for next in there. what's it all about. It's like it's like a. It's like a poor target on between the soup kitchen in a grocery store. But can you get like actual orioles or do they have orioles orioles bootleg to overseas by your wrestling. Like i thank. God i smoke. Worry would make orios actually have a. We'd brand coming into horrible advertisement or we'd because you just end up catatonic pass on the couch. Descend my endeavors..
"borbon" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Only one Reds Hall of Fame pitcher also pitched for the Twins. Name him pitch swung at foul tipped Into the mid. Well, How about this? You don't have to name them. You just have to pick one. I'll give you three options could be a Pedro Borbon. B. Wayne Granger. Or C Don Gullett. One fouled back by our STDs Aquino owing to 1 82 3 homers, five RBIs for Aquino. I can hear by the shuffling in your book. You have no idea so you are going to pick either A B or C, based on The system trends my system using advanced trivia analytics to determine your answer. If I pick a it's going to be a for the third day in a rose Tor bone is out, up and in, okay, Pedro Done. At least it was not gullet. So it has to be Granger OK? That is B. We'll revisit that few innings. You get how this works. Might even be able to change it. If you so choose the 12 pitch swinging a mess our cities. Aquino just swung through a 91 mile an hour fastball that he appeared to be laid on up and in there was a cutter in on his hands. It was definitely a ball off the play the good 4 to 5 inches off the plate By the time he took his swing. Now, Kyle Farmer. Runners at 1st and 2nd base with one man out. Farmer heading to 24 5 homers 23 RBIs. Here's the pitch and farmer takes a strike over the outside corner at the knees and its own one. Read with an opportunity to get on the board first here. Leadoff single but couldn't score in the 1st 1st 2 reached here in the second and farmer Takes off the plate away. An.
"borbon" Discussed on X96
"Kit. Which Amazon notes is imported from Canada. Includes 120 G. Reese is bar Ah 43 G. Hershey's creamy milk chocolate bar of 43 G. Hershey's cookies and cream bar, a bag of marshmallows and three packs of golden Graham crackers. Kids Mother's Day is May 9th. I'm just saying your kids don't listen to the show. Oh, that's right. So, basically what they're saying. You've got all this different varieties of chocolate mix with the marshmallows and put between the gram. So, Bill if you could forward this story to Gina. Then Gina could accidentally forward it to her Children. Oh, did I send? Oh, I meant to send that to someone else. I'm sorry, but a sure looks good, doesn't it? Hmm. Sports sports Weather traffic. All right, guys. You know what Saturday is? Yes, day off. Yeah, I'll record geek show, but I'm gonna read comic books. It's the Kentucky Derby Saturday and I've got your picks. Oh, Oh, you picked horses for us on you and I having such a hard time I'm giving your pick of two because there's some that would go for for both. They could go. Either way Now is what is this? Based on that You've decided that these horses of the ones we should pick the names totally on the names. So, Bill, I'm having a hard time with yours because I have two bourbon adjacent horses. Well, when I should have them, Bo, there's midnight. Bourbon. Hmm. Or there's Borbon IQ. Uh, no. That sounds too much like bubonic plague. So you want good night? Bourbon. Is that yours? What are the odds? Midnight. Berman's 20 to 1. That's pretty good. So Uh, Carrie, your choices are hidden Stash Who Or soup and sandwich. Oh, super sandwich. It was it has to be super sandwich goes up a sandwich. Uh,.
We've spent a week playing the new PS5: Here are our first impressions
"Week we were recording as our playstation five. Were arriving so we haven't got to spend much time with them yet. But now he's got a week of his five under our belts and we can share all of our impressions. I saw a justin. You have your five. I do okay. Okay who would like to begin. How have you've been finding your playstation five once. So i i've been playing spider man and i remember all the things i liked about their original spiderman which all good things One of the things. That's really funny. Is that spiderman. Look so much better than the rest of the game like every time. There's a cut scene or anything. I'm just like staring at the costume. It's so cool looking like the fabric and like the detail like his is opening and closing like apertures and stuff like that and like the city and stuff. It's just i kinda zipped through it now. And that's not. The remarkable part like the power of the playstation is in the cut scenes for me. That came really funny well especially when spiderman is actually a piece of snow with reflection on top of him he looked yes yes he's there's been some interesting glitches with spiderman before he turned into snow and trash for some people Brandon got a glitch where it was just the spider man costume torso completely empty like fully functional. Like and like you know. He does ski stealth mode in the scam. So just the halloween theme suit. Yes exactly maybe. he's porgy pigging. it will naked. So you're talking about Remastered right not. Miles morales telling talking about miles. Okay i want to try out remastered. I've really only played. Miles morales on the thus far. I think borbon is coming up. His camera for some reason doesn't want us to see what's going down over there okay. So you're you're saying you're playing spider man. Miles morales What do you think about the playstation five console itself in the sense. It's not a snappy as the xbox like to get in and out of game so turn it on stuff like it's just not as quick but of course it's a big jump over the last couple generations the controller. It's so cool. Like i'm so happy that there's a nexgen controller i. It's it's neat like the it feels like it has that quality of when the switch came out of like. Oh there's there's neat possibilities with this controller. But i also know that there's not because we're going to get this first wave games and then we're gonna get rumble and we might get used to it even if they don't use it in other games but i'm definitely like the first time you hold it on the subway and you feel the subway car moving or you. You're feeling you know any any type of stuff. In that game. It feels different and cool. It's not the most amazing game changing technology. But it's it's neat stacks jan. It's funny that you mentioned the switch. Because now we know that the same company the built hd rumble for the switch. Is the company that built the haptic feedback for the dual sense. Marina gonna say everybody keeps saying that astros playroom is like a really overlooked great title game of the year or at least one of those award considerations. I'm only kind of like briefly played through it mostly as like a demo for my brothers from ever trying to get more interested in video games So it is like the controller aspect is really cool. Because it's it's definitely like the demo showcase for that controller. I've also heard that call of duty. Does the same thing. Oklahoma ops showcase for that to place personally. Every gun in black ops cold war feels different. Yeah you mentioned. Astros player. That i played through the first level and totally fun. You know totally charming. I lo- i surprised. By how much like playstation fan service is littered all over the place. My favorite quote about that game comes from our own fearless leader pair schneider. Who said miyamoto's going to be so mad. He didn't make this. It is true though right. You know it's like people gave playstation a hard time with playstation all-stars where they have to cobble together. You know this you know mascots. In order to have a chance of competing with the intendo and their nostalgia factor. But like. I think that's really changed. The playroom team really gets playstation in in a little bit deeper. More reverential way I absolutely love playroom get enough of it. I think i'm going to go for the platinum. Where like i'm not like an achievements. I don't normally care to do that. But i'm kind of obsessed with it. And i think the music's really good and really charming and And i find that. The experience of playing that game with the dual sense is like so revelatory an awesome. It feels like magic. And it's like the dual sim controller and the in the in the the rumble in the triggers. Are my favorite thing about gen so
"borbon" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Randi Wang, who's going to be taking over at one o'clock with Dr Kelly Victory for the doctor? Our followed at two o'clock by Leo Terrell recent convert to conservatism. Randy. Do we have any more information on the man with perhaps the greatest name in all of human history, Carlos Antonio Borbon or day Borbon Montenegro. We don't have any updates as of today on Carlos Antonio de Bourbon Montenegro, the man who tried to put fake names on ballots so allegedly allegedly so he could run for mayor of Hawthorne, but didn't have enough them to even get on the ballot to be the mayor of Hawthorne, who also allegedly filled out 1000 fake voter registration applications all tied to a single P o box. Unfortunately, no updates about him today, but we do know he is charged with several several Accounts of voter fraud. He's America's greatest hero. Do you think? Well, he's he's sheltering in place in the county jail as I understand it right now. How are you handling the, uh, the the new restrictions from Governor hair style? Well here in Los Angeles, we are looming over another possible full blown lockdown. We'll be talking to Dr Kelly in just a few minutes about our fake doctor Barbara for rare the L. A County Health Directors press conference yesterday, where, she said, if the numbers keep going in this direction. Everyone's gotta stay home like it was march all over again. Yeah. I don't think I'm going to do that. I'm just like I do that. That's what I have to Why As it's a guideline. Well, there there lots of guidelines Now I will say I don't think I'm gonna do that. Now. All right? I just know you cancel your Thanksgiving plans because even the CDC would like you to do that. You know, these people are very, very telly. Randy Wang. I got a lot of people telling me what to do. And again. I am not some sort of. I don't believe in covert. Not. I've actually had co Vered It's not a pleasant experience, and for some people, it's very dangerous. There's some people in my life who could potentially be fatal. But on the other hand I don't particularly think that we all ought to cower in fear over a particularly aggressive cold. You just may So you're not going to be following the CDC guidelines and canceling any Thanksgiving plans? I I don't remember being asked to agree to that, and I don't think I did. Well, it's more of a recommendation that there's not really any enforcement tied to any of these orders I've got. I've got recommendations, but most of them can't be said in an FCC compliant environment. You know what I'm saying? I got some they can lock down, I guess is what I'm saying. The CDC would also like to make sure that you're not doing any singing this holiday season. That Look, Everybody agrees with that. I'm also not allowed to dance. You know my wife's Cuban, so she's actually good at it. And the last time I danced, somebody threw me on the ground, trying to stick a spoon in my mouth, so I don't swallow my own tongue. Actually happened. Wow. That's I'm not a good dancer, Randy. I'm not. We'll also be covering the fact that the L. A County Board of Supervisors is enacted a curfew in L. A county that starts on Friday, but they say, Don't call it a curfew. Well, does it tell you to be home between certain sets of ours? Yes, but it's not a curfew. That that's that's precisely what a curfew is that that is literally the definition of curfew. But people don't know what are we supposed to call it? People don't like the word curfew, so we're not going to call it a curfew. It's so in Oregon. People don't like the word lockdown, so they're calling that a social freeze. Social freeze. It's a happy me time. I'd like to. I'd like to have a happy me time for all of you just time where you can focus on yourself by yourself alone. You know, this is the time when creepy shut ins who have a bunch of cats and gobble hog and dos thistles when they really shine. That's most of our audience. That's.
"borbon" Discussed on 790 KABC
"We're back back on the John Phillip show, John is on vacation and Kurt Schlichter. I'll be sitting in all week from 12 to 1 here on 7 90 kbc at one o'clock, You get to Ah, here Randy Wang and the doctor our with doctor and band Hayworth, and that's going to be great. But right now I want to I want to go back to our our friend Carlos Antonio Baber Bone Montenegro. Who is alleged he is innocent until proven guilty. But he has been arrested and charged with massive voter fraud. Somewhat inept voter fraud. Apparently in the city of Hawthorne. Randy, I've done a little research on Mr Borbon Day Day, Borbon Montenegro and what I found is rather interesting. What did you find out about Carlos Antonio they Bourbon Montenegro. Um He's got about. Let's see 41 books. All of which you're about devil worship. Are you sure this is the same Carlos Antonio Day Bourbon Month in Agra? Well, look, there's clearly a lot of them. Parade. I want to make sure it's the same Carlos Antonio they per bond Montenegro. But you know this guy he's got an autobiography, The Devil's Garden. Um, Circus Day. Monica's Day. Borbon Montenegro Grimoire Libera dish, Eo on debt goes on like that. What the hell? Wait, Wait, wait. What the hell? Maybe that's where he got the inspiration to put fake names on ballots so he could run for mayor in the city of Hawthorne. By the way, we've been update to that story. So here's what happened back in August, Carlos Antonio that Bourbon Montenegro turned in paperwork to run for mayor in the city of Hawthorne. He turned in a sheet with 40 names, addresses and signatures on it. The city clerk on Lee qualified 18, and you need 20 to be able to run for mayor in the city of Hawthorne. Allegedly some of the names that were rejected were Amanda hug and Kiss. I need a bath. Maya, but reeks and Seymour Butts. Nice was huge ass on their You know what? They actually let that one slide. He actually is like, Hi. I'm huge on jazz. What's up? Yeah, well, I'm looking at this and it Z. Get all the pieces fit. But I'm wondering if your frankly if you've sold your soul to Satan Which he has allegedly has well, you know, it could be first of all, it doesn't seem like Satan's actually coming through on his end, which why would that be a surprise? It's Satan. But you know if you're going to get something Is the Meryl T of Hawthorne. Really worth your immortal soul? Yeah. If you're gonna make 1000 and bargain maybe you try to get more than 48 signatures to run for mayor of Hawthorne. Yeah, I'm looking. I don't know. I want to, you know, he'd have to throw in a car. Uh, maybe a nice condo. I mean, look, Mr Borbon Day Montenegro shoot for the stars. You're worse so much more. I got to tell you that I feel really bad for this guy Carlos Antonio de Bourbon Montenegro because you read between the lines here. What this is telling you is there are not 20 people. In the city of Hawthorne that like this guy enough to say he should run for mayor. He couldn't get those signatures honestly. That is kind of pathetic. You know you're walking around by You know, by Del Amo Mall and will not tell our mom all but the gallery. And You know? Hey, could you could you sign my thing? No. Mr Borbon Day Montenegro. People should be able to get 20 signatures based on friends and family alone. Look, I mean, if you've embraced Satan, are you really like Popular. I mean, doesn't that kind of disqualify you from having a wide and varied circle of friends? I need, you know if it's like, Hey, let's see if Carlos Antonio wants to. Ah, gladden penetrate. Nah, man, he's just gonna be talking about the Al's above the whole time. Just it's just a hassle. It is It's just really gets old. Surprisingly, there are no customer reviews for Carlos and Tony of the Bourbon Montenegro's book on Amazon. Um Yeah, Here's my question. And this is a philosophical question. If you write a book, and no one has ever read it. Did you actually write a book? Whoa! That's like heavy. Answer is to know I mean, it's just like And what possessed him to do this? You know, I needed it because I think we know what possessed him to do it. Thank you. Thank you. That's uh wow. The power of Christ compels you to run for mayor. Yeah, that's uh You know what was really disturbing is when he was addressing the City Council on he spun his head around 360 degrees freak freaked out the squares. You know, that's just It was odd. I'm just, you know. Imagine that you're Carlos Antonio Day, Borbon Montenegro. And you know you're probably living in your mom's based you got, you know, you actually sacrificial altar. There's kind of like a goat statue. And you're thinking No. What's my next step? And it's clearly it's politics. In the city of Hawthorne. Your blow getting 20 names to nominate you. No one will review your book, Randy. This guy needs a friend. Well, he really should just be paying attention to the road because as anyone who's ever been on the four or five freeway will tell you Once you get to the city on Hawthorne, there's that big sign for a M 7 90 k a. B C and he would have known that if he would have called in here he got he got 20 signatures easy. We gonna put his platform? Yeah. Yeah, you got you got a bench Shapiro there looming over the traffic drive conservatively. And it's like, why don't you listen? Look, I frankly, I think I think we had. I think we need to factor this guy over to Ben Shapiro. I think Ben Shapiro needs to conduct an intervention. Ben Ben is a. You know, I was been Shapiro's lawyer in some of his legal stuff, and I'll tell you, you know, Ben decide to take care of business. I think I think he could. Really. I think you could put this guy's life into turnaround here. Maybe some of the new direction I mean, once again, he is innocent till proven guilty. But, you know, after this legal unpleasantness is taking care of Well, it's the state of California. If he's convicted on all counts, that's he's alleged to have done. He'd be in prison, which says on paper 15 years, but that probably would be about 15 minutes. Yeah, there's a nonviolent crime. Yeah, it's also non effectual crime. I mean, I'm still trying to figure out how you can't manage to forge 20 signatures successfully..
"borbon" Discussed on 790 KABC
"You She can read my columns every Monday, Wednesday and Thursday. And they're always amazing if I say so myself. And of course I do. I'm a retired night States Army Colonel, and I am an author. Including of the Kelly Turnbull syriza of novels. The newest crisis drops on Monday. You're gonna want to get that liberals hate these books that means you'll love them and speaking of love. Well. There's there's There's nothing like the love one shares with a great and wonderful Patriot. Like Matthew Bentley, who's joining us now, Matt. How about that smooth segue way and introduction? Introducing you? Yeah. I was wondering which way you were going to go with that. How you doing? Yeah, just I'm still my mind. Still borrow goal by Carlos Antonio Borbon, they months and egg roll, bro who I have found more interesting information on which I will share with Randy Wang in another segment. But you'll be stunned to hear this. He was arrested this Mr Borbon Day Montenegro arrested for voter fraud, which I was informed did not exist. I I didn't think it didn't either. For sure, At least that's what I was told. I was told by all the best people now you're one of the best people. You're retired United States Marine, you are on activist. For people with lung diseases, people who suffered burn pit injuries overseas, which makes you somebody who has spent a lot of time. Thinking about studying and analyzing the whole cove it issue because it makes you and may fellow vets are especially, uh, Are especially vulnerable to this thing. I want to ask you. What do you think? Now? You're as a Marine. You're also a leader. So you you've got the science and you've got the leadership and then you look at somebody like our governor Newsome. And he's talking about how covert sprang out of control and we had 13,280 cases yesterday. And he says, we have to do all these very hard things. They're gonna cost a lot of you guys. A lot of money may be your business is we have to do them. Except I'm not going to do any of them. I'm just gonna keep living my life my way. What do you think? Yeah, So, So that's the thing is, it's the hypocrisy and the lack of accountability for these elected leaders that I absolutely despise. Um, you know, united personally debated mask lockdown, things like that. And I was telling people I'm probably not the right person because I have lung damage from exposure to burn pits in solution, 2006. So my family were incredibly careful about this. You know, it's masked. If I'm out, I have no issues with certain parts of the lockdown. But at the same time if you're elected leader telling people that you can't do this, and then they're going to take a vacation to Hawaii or go to a party. Yeah, I'm not good with that at all. You know, I'm on the other coast in Maryland, and they just announced more restrictive measures that take place Friday. You know, restaurants and bars have to close at 10 P.m., but they're still keeping retail open. You know, at this point, I don't know how you prevent the spread. Ah, lot of it's gonna have to come down to the choices people as individuals make, and I support that, as long as they You know, try and do the best that they can. I hate watching people's businesses get taken away from them. The thing shouldn't be destroying livelihood. You know, I'm a big believer that there's no real easy solution. We just gotta kind of get through this. But the hypocrisy from our politicians that it never ceases to amaze me, and actually, it doesn't really amaze me anymore, and I kind of expected What was it? One of the things you know, Matt Bentley is is being a marine. You know the importance of saying the example You can't and I'm retired United States Army, Colonel? No, I wasn't a jag. I know both my parents. I was infantry. You, you and you were you were commissioned officer to you Can't Have won several for you and one several No, I want to do that. You lose all credibility, and you don't really regain it. You know you have to lead by example. And that's always been my biggest peppy with politicians. Although it's obviously much larger than a pet peeve. It's just thought that the total lack of integrity, accountability and then the utter hypocrisy that they practice on a daily basis as if it's some sort of secular religion. What do you think people adjust? Except this mad badly? I mean, why did they just say Well, you know, I guess you know, I guess Gavin Newsom knows best even though we've been doing way said for eight months, and now it's spreading faster than ever. And Why do people just kind of sheep like take this? S so that's it. That's a psychology question, which which I do actually have a bachelors in from undergraduate, but I think a lot of people are just shut up. And I'm not sure how much people are taking it, You know? Plus you do have people who out there, probably half the country who say Well, no, This is the right thing to do, because this issue like so many other issues, has been politicized. Which I also can't stand. You know, people don't go ahead. Well, let's do a quick shift. Because you you are also a best selling author. You're right. Hard core thrillers. Very exciting When she got a new one coming out. You just made a deal. Tell us about it. I do. So my first four books follow. Ah, former Force Reconnaissance Marine named Logan West. Very intense Geo political action thrillers. First one was nominated for an award. We have a movie deal at one point And then what I realized because, as you know, publishing is a very brutal business, so I didn't have a book come out this year for the first time in four years, and what I decided to do was write a standalone thriller, not a Logan West. Bringing new readers. And so I just signed a deal with a new publisher for a book called The Neighborhood, which is about a gated community 40 Miles west of D. C. That comes under siege in one night by an assault force, and they're looking for something very specific. And all of these residents who are not your typical protagonists have to figure out how to survive this assault. And then it turns into a very modern take on a spy thriller. I've got a suburban dad is a main character. I've got a 17 year old female high school track star, the main character. You know, it's it's what What do I do? If I'm thrown into this situation? I really plotted it out as realistically as I could. Now that book the neighborhood probably won't come out until late next year. We're still waiting for the final time line from the publisher, which is Blackstone Publishing. How do you come up with ideas? I mean, look, I I write thrillers too. And, you know, usually minor. I'm like really bored and suddenly I get an idea. There it is. How do ideas come to you? That's actually very similar. What'll what'll happen is I'll start thinking about something and then a bunch of other ideas will come into my head. And when one of them hits I just know it's the right idea. And this one hit me as I was tossing and turning and trying to get back to sleep. It's 4 30 in the morning because I had a different idea and a different book that I had already done. Research for. That I was going to write. But this deal was so much better, especially the way I play it out that I knew that was the one for this book. Well, look, you right, really exciting thrillers, and I want to share a pet peeve. All of us have been watching a lot of Netflix. I mean, we've been watching a ton of Netflix because we're you know, stuck in our houses can't go to movies. Whatever. I'm sure if you noticed that a lot of these Netflix and Amazon prime and who lose Cherries are boring. Why do you think that you want to die? Is so I have we actually over the last Four weeks We binge watched a show that a lot of my readers and followers told me that I should have been watching a long time You called Banshee, which was absolutely I was one of them. Yes, And and then Right now we are on strike Pack, which I cannot believe I had not watched this show until this week, and we're already almost done with the first season because I I now understand what some of my fans said. These two characters room it really reminded of Logan West and John Quick, and you know it's It's so we've been watching very exciting television..
"borbon" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Yeah. But Michael, what do you think about the euro's value? Actually, because right now it's briefly touch 1 $21.20 last week right now, as we speak, it's 1.1 87 is the euro overvalued. What But biometrics. It is actually we have ah, pretty, P. P. P s, which is based on online prices. So it's like a Big Mac index. That was many, many book. It's been big. Advance suggests that the bureau is Three years, actually around five or six and overvalued that, yes, I feel the current could open that but its post Overvalued level in around five yeses. It's getting getting more expensive. OK s O. Then what does the bee do next? If deflation is actually looming, because that's the next big quite, you know, that's the currency issue, but there's also just plain old deflation coming. Yeah. I mean, I mean, I think usually I think there is some evidence already. But the era's appreciation has Has contributed to the store and the rise of another country. You certainly fooled. Voting helps on nobody could have a direct help if it just vanished seven years appreciation. But then you know what? We're going back to the Central Bank to which, looking his age You look 70, but that they will find something on the back. Cover it. I think in the current framework, it would simply the speed in potentially Borbon by something like up in the rate of Kiwi and Andi just reaffirming, therefore, guidance because they were aware of which is Be clear in part in the currency market is that you're a fed named as the emissions even more diverse than they had been. Corn might need fear on my You feel that they need to try and bounce that little present thinking, then shows they're also very It's gonna be a fascinating week for the CV. Michael Thanks so much. Michael Metcalf, their global head of macro strategy at State Street, giving us a sense of purpose and overvalued euro on what Christine Lagarde might want to do about that now. Coming up in the next hour of daybreak Europe We're gonna be talking to PWC chief economist Jonathan Gilliam. Fascinating report on the UK going back to work all perhaps not going back to what Caroline? Yeah, exactly at the cost ofthe continued work from home. What would it mean for UK Productivity for the centres of cities is it's a really interesting piece by piece and then also, of course, we'll have more on the markets with Wadley, who's head of shares in mere investment stress. She at Black Rock. Thiss As we get a little closer to the appeared.
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"borbon" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Reds pull off a triple play. This one ends the game and preserves of 431 over the Boston Braves in Boston with two outs and none on in the ninth, a grounder to short Turned into a six for two for triple play, figure that one out the state 1942. Phillies beat the Reds to toe Wanna Crosley Field on a fluke to run homerun. Philadelphia pitcher Rube Belton lifted a catchable fly ball to left field, but Reds left fielder Max Marshall And center fielder Harry Craft collided, knocking each other out. Milton circled the bases for a two run inside the park home run the on ly home run. Of his career. On the state, 1955. Reds pummel the Pirates 19 Toe one in Pittsburgh, Johnny Temple goes five for seven Watley Post ties, a team record with five runs scored, hitting two home runs. 1967 All Star Game moment. Oh, actually not an all Star Game moment. Regular season Tony Price singles in the winning run in the 10th inning to give the Red's a one. Nothing went over the Met's at Crosley Field. Gary Nolan pitched a complete game 10 inning. Shut out, wonder how many pitches he threw 1968. On this date, Houston's Don Wilson strikes out 18 Reds in the second game of a doubleheader it Crosley. He struck out nine in the 1st 3 innings, including eight in a row. Now, here's the thing about Don Wilson. He made 33 starts at Crosley Field in a row that went 18 strikeouts, then in his next started cries. I feel later in the year, he struck out 16. Then, in his next start at Crosley Field the following year, he pitched a no hitter. He must have liked pitching at Crosley Field. Facing Reds this day, 1970 the iconic moment in all Star game history. Pete Rose collides with Rafe, Aussie. Scores the winning run bottom of the 12th. The All Star Game at Riverfront Stadium 1974. I had not heard this story. I don't know how this from red like journal Reds and pirates engaged in a wild brawl in Game two of their double header at three Rivers Stadium. Jack Bellingham hit pirates pitcher brewski sin and both benches emptied. But only saw milling around and trading of barbs until Sparky Anderson accidentally stepped on the foot of Pirates catcher Ed Kirkpatrick. Kirkpatrick shoved Anderson and it was on Pedro bore bone pin, Daryl Patterson to the ground, pulled his hair out and bid him. A pirate player would need a tetanus shot for the wound bit him in the side. If I remember the story correctly, the Reds won the game 3 to 2. That's not the first time that Pedro Borbon bit somebody in his career. This state. 1977. What? George Foster Rockets. Three home runs drives in five Tom Seaver tosses a two hitter in a 7 to 1 win over the Braves at Riverfront Stadium. Foster Homer's came in three consecutive at bats 1992 bit. Roberts collects two hits and drives into in the All Star game, but the National League falls to the American League. In San Diego and the All Star Game a 1996 Reggie Sanders hits, two home runs and Dave Burba launches his first major league home run is the Reds beat the Pirates 7 to 6. Eduardo Perez, son of Tony, It's his first major league home run in that game off of Steve Paris. And on this date 2012. Ryan Ludwig homers off his former team in the bottom of the 10th. The Reds beat the Cardinals at Great American Ballpark. The Reds were tied for first on this date. 2000 and 12. All right, This is strange. Twitter has loved my idea. Callers have been Silenced by my ideas, Brandon now see on Twitter. J. C loved the idea like this, and he's helping ladies. I'm pretty sure prestige. A V could figure out how to create multi Web experiences for the Reds across town in nontraditional settings, thus helping countless local businesses, employees and workers like that, Keith says. There's a driving in Sidney, Ohio. Who did I not include Sidney, Ohio? Alright, let's include them in our We'll call it a pop up next. Look Has imagine if you could pipe the sounds of the fans of the drive in into the ballpark. Most people sit outside in their cars. Anyhow, There you go. Ah, Slater, Me and my dad were talking today about missing out on going to the ballpark. This would be the next best thing. Aaron anyway, to make a positive impact. I'm all for it. I'm from Dayton. And I go to the Dragon Stadium to do this yet. My idea would be use all of your minor league parks who don't have anything going on. And connect with them. From a major league standpoints, You know, kind of throw him a bone. Hey, we feel for you. Here's what we're doing. Why don't you try this and win win for everybody? You kind of connect with our Reds fan network and gives you an event outside of your stadium on and its rights baseball. I don't see a downside of that. Jamie, where do I sign up? Lance, Can you get this done? I don't. I'm just the idea guy. I don't know. I don't know. I think the biggest drawback he's now like right now 8 56 Drivin. It wouldn't be ideal, but it would work and I just don't think there's enough. This would really be good at a year where you had West Coast games. Imagine doing it all Hope here. Here you go. Imagine next year. Under air quotes here Normal times next year. You do it on a West Coast trip. You don't have to do it every night, But you pick your games include West, not Coast games. And you have a double feature. At eight o'clock. You have a fill in the blank baseball movie Bull Durham. Field of dreams. The natural bad news bears for love of the game..
"borbon" Discussed on KPCC
"And from Americans for the arts. I'm Jen white. We're discussing billionaire philanthropist George Soros, his impact and the fictional conspiracy theories about his activities, which have been promoted by world leaders, including President Trump. We're here with Emily Tam Kin, US editor for the new statesman and author of the Influence of Sorrows, Emily. Let's pick up with that question from Mike, who wanted to know if George Soros made all of his money legally. You did make his money legally because it's legal to speculate on currencies, right? It's legal to set up a charitable trust so that your Children get more of your money. It's legal. Tio makes thes incredible amounts of money. There's a separate question of whether it's moral, whether it's right and whether perhaps we should. If we're going to have an open society, we should put in place financial reforms and structural reforms that would not allow one person to make and keep as much money as as George Soros. I think based on the way in which I asked that question, you can guess my answer. But the question is it you know, is it Is it legal is it's Is it right? In my opinion? What did critics have Open society have to say about that organization? They say that it has an oversized roll or that It's interesting. The criticism is very rarely of open society. It's of Soros but is by the transfer property of open society because they're the ones doing the work. So it's it's the most common one is that they're pushing liberal or progressive values on countries that want to remain conservative. And actually, a few years ago, you had a Republican senators sign on to a letter. To then Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, saying, We want to look at where their money is going. Hungary's a conservative place. Why are they pushing these liberal values there? So that's the most common criticism of open society that I've seen. So we know there are a lot of conspiracy theories floating around about George Soros some that people fully believe. Where is that line between valid criticism and what is anti Semitism? Yeah, I thought about this a lot and thinking about reporting the book and writing it. And I think that the line is actually not that hard to determine if you're saying George Soros spend his money to help progressive prosecutors in district attorney elections. That's not that's on anti Semitic. That's a real thing that actually happened. And you can say I don't think you should have done that, or I don't know. I didn't want these people to be elected or and I don't like big money in politics fine. When it becomes anti Semetic is when you have people saying as Tucker Carlson did that sorrows in spending that money was hijacking, democracy or alternatively, when you say that That protest movements related to it, for example, protests against police brutality and in support of black lives matter or orchestrated by sorrows. Because then what you're doing is you're assigning agency and various intent. Soros and making him sound is this puppeteer, which is a very old antisemitic trope. And furthermore, as Problematically, in my opinion, you're stripping agency from the people who were actually out on the streets protesting who are actually running in the district attorney elections who were actually you know who have legitimate grievances and are trying to take part in the political process and you're saying Not you, the people who make this claim they're saying, you know they are actually out there because there's something wrong. They're not actually running because they want to improve the system. George Soros put them up to it. So it's on the It's both anti Semitic and deeply unfair to people who are trying to participate in their own political process. So help us get a little more context around how much power George Soros actually Pass to achieve his goal of an open society. I think when people think of billionaires we say, Hey, they have a lot of money. They have a lot of power. But where has he been successful? And where has he been less successful in moving his agenda forward? Um I think that if you look at the way he's been very successful in the financial robin. There's no question about that, in terms of promoting the idea of it Open society. I think that there are some cases in which he's made tangible gains. For example, his support for this area boat during the war there where he got lighten electricity into the city and put on Open society helps put on literature festivals and award prizes. The people even during four could feel fully human. I think that that is to me, that's no question success. I think that if you look at the world today, one could easily argue that his legacy is more Mixed because you have trump you have or bon, you have people in power who are clearly arguing against the concept of an open society. You know, to my mind. We kind of can't just look at this snapshot right now. We have to look it. All the things that he's funded throughout the years and the fact that some of the people who have been recipients of the grants and funding will go on to try to push back against this vision of a closed society, But But I think that I wouldn't say yeah, that's successful or or more mixed in terms of that. Results of those efforts. But we got this question from Helena, who wants you to discuss the clash between Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban and sorrows and how Hungarian culture influence or us it's work. Well, he is the reason that he went to Hungary early on in terms in his philanthropic life is because he is from Hungary knew the language and is familiar with that space. Um Borbon was an early recipient of sorrow spending. He went to Oxford on a sort of scholarship. Videsh back when it was not the ruling party. But a student group received money and, you know sorrows continued to support or bon for Many years. Hyung he There's a photo of them from 2010 when he gave money to Budapest after after a environmental disaster there. But Orban has unquestionably turned on Soros, and I think it's you know, there's some people who speculate that Oh, it's because he doesn't want to know why do you want anything and or Oh, it's because he has issues with his own father, and so therefore he has issues with sorrows. But ultimately it goes back Tio something that another person who rode him with comments said, which is that in going after Sorros, you can create a political enemy without actually legitimizing or paying attention to your really political opponents and While de legitimizing and marginalising those in your society who have legitimate criticisms of it. So I think Soros has proven to be a very effective boogeyman for Prime Minister Orban. We got this message from Frank Vogel. He's chair of the Partnership for Transparency Fund Transparency Fund, he says. I first met Soros is the kofta funder of anti corruption organization Transparency International in the mid 19 nineties. I learned over the years that no single philanthropist has done more to promote freedom and transparent and accountable government. His money supports large numbers of people in many countries who are at the cutting edge of human rights and pro democracy advocacy, Frank Thanks for that message, and we are talking to the author of the Influence of Soros, Emily Tam Kin. She's also US editor for the new Statesman. And I want to bring another voice into this conversation Been. Collins is a reporter at NBC News, and he joins us now been welcome back to one a day. So you know you've been listening along to the conversation and help us better understand when we started to see George Soros be presented as this this boogeyman of sorts. This is a decades long, really smear campaign that has over time because of the way right wing bloggers and the way social media has evolved. I sort of started to take over that ecosystem, and this is how it works in these ecosystems in far right blog's that started off. I think people associate far right blog's things like Breitbart, Really. It's smaller Smaller blog's little Wordpress sites, forms things like that, where serves sort of became a catch all for corruption in the Democratic Party, or general or just generalized malfeasance. It was a lot easier. Just pin it on. One person certainly happened with Hillary Clinton. I think we've all been alive the best 10 years. Well, we'll see how that happens where you know any sort of malfeasance that happens within the party gets Pinned back to her. That's sort of evolved over the last five years, specifically with George Soros, in part because it works. It's very easy. It's Ah, You know, it's five letters. It works a lot easier. In these spaces than going and explain the complex dynamics of what is? Ah, you know, Emily has talked about this. Ah, a frequently corrupt system in the United States of campaign finance. And Emily help us better understand the limitations of Soros's power..
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"Hey Cami Hey Monica. Guess what I got a really funny. DM from a listener last week. A D M A direct message in my inbox area. Yeah I thought maybe I could read it out and we could provide the answer on the pod as opposed to online fine. Okay hit me tangled thread four thousand five rights. Hey any chance you guys could do an episode on what should go into a girl's closet without the trends. I know it's possible ospel to Google it but a lot of us want to hear it from you dot dot dot or at least I do and here. She inserts a photo of her closet which to be totally honest. Looks a lot neater than mine but anyway she goes on on this. What is a big mess? I keep buying stuff and there's still nothing in it cheers angell. Let's so nice while tangled thread. Four thousand five. It's funny you should ask because this. This episode is actually going to be full of answers. I suspect not only are we going to be interviewing the founders of one of the world's leading secondhand fashion retailers that's yeah collective which By the way allows you to buy and sell second hand pieces designer secondhand pieces but also coming. I feel like we need to talk about this. Eternal problem of all of us feeling like there's nothing to wear in our wardrobes. Having a wardrobe full of clothes an attorney thinking oh I have nothing to wear exactly and we're kind of clearly missing. The mark of this is a problem problem. A societal problem because we're buying a lot of stuff but we're not buying the right stuff. I also think that a lot of us. I've heard a lot lately that instagram's our social media's to blame for this and it's because girls don't want to repeat outfits on the ground don't want to be seen wearing the same things tonight in a row etc etc.. But I oh. I think that this problem dates back to way way way more before that says that people have been overwhelmed by sort of trends flying at them for a really long time. And it's hard to pare back to the essentials. Well I think also women often want to wear something new to feel confident and and and that's great great but what about also training yourself to not need something new to feel confident on on the country learning to mix and match of things that you have in different ways so that you actually really playing around with your wardrobe so much better exactly. And I'm sort of training myself. That way and trying to really invest in Ki Ki. He says I have to say those are what I feel Augustine. Speaking of I wanted to give a shoutout to this amazing stuff. It's called the registry which is a website that allows you to repair things that you've previously love. Do they come pick up the broken pieces from your house. Yes so basically. It's a website you see. You can go on it. I think it's the restaurant or calm. I haven't checked and we'll put it in the show notes but basically you can send anything from a chanel handbag with a broken chain. A lovely pair of Bali pumps that all worn down. Or I don't know you. You have your favorite dress that needs fit into your body. Because it's it no longer fits and actually I think we so often think of replacing things buy new ones when we want something Robin repairing so anyway not everyone think of also repairing the things you love before you start investing even if it's investing in vintage pieces that I think it's good to get these these new kinds of services out there. Yeah I agree. Check it out. Also I went to the trouble to properly answer this listener. That was so honored. Also we're going to be fashioned agony. The neons yeah so I actually wrote down my essential pieces that I could not live with her in my wardrobe okay. I've really thought about this. Go on okay. So a perfect suit preferably in black Assamese had measles a great one. I would say velvets a lot of it. Suit Yup. Okay where where's your velvet. Suit is from Ray. His own brown raise amazing as well almost flat but but not quite flat elegant boots I think a day and by far are really good for this or if you have a bit more budget products are brilliant boots a pair of black gray white and dark blue ankle skimming jeans not too tight higher wasted. Because it's more flattering Goldstein. Denim are very good at this. Yeah I think with Denim. It's what works for you. I think each fasten their favorite stall. I'm I'm going for a very mom jeans. Look at the Mo- I go through phases but I think just find what fits you. Yeah Golden Helmet Lang as well a helmet line Unisex. Gre like ninety one pair of slingbacks in a neutral color probably blacked to dress at the black gene at night and make your ankles look great a crisp white shirt go one size up. You don't want it to be tight. Where'd you get your shirts from? There's a brand called with nothing underneath. I I really like a Bronco Ankle pieces of white which is really good but I like men shots. I like Ralph. Lauren Noah size small Mensur. Yeah sometimes even better than this is good for shots okay. Uniqlo's well wait t shirts from current Elliott great feel and tank tops internal next from a brand that. I've just discovered this dude looled. The Francis dilaudid in English. It's really fake. Check it out and have a great instagram account as well and a body suit to wear under the jacket. which because you can separate the jacket from the suit and just wear it with jeans right but then you WanNa wear in a casual way but open and you have to have something underneath presume bodysuits really good? I feel like this is tetris actress fashion. We should be providing the maximum amount of outfits. You can wear with these combos yet. So would you add anything. Maybe a piece of statement jewelry like from at Gerry. A or an Isa Kerr McGee. I would also add a pair of What I like to call cities meakers things that you were like for example of cool new balance or as X.? Trainers absolutely necessary sustainable option. Yeah I wear my new balance a lot I have to say I love. Also a big extra-large man coats your because I think you can wear whatever whatever you want underneath and just throw it on not be called and then you can have like skimpy little mini dress underneath if you're going out whatever and you'll find even if it's freezing and that's the last is key investment piece potentially the most expensive. Oh by the way also I really believe in like if you have old jewelry that maybe let your mom gave you or something but it feels old school. You can get converted birded into something really new and cool as well like Jesse Thomas Jewelry that her dad's a Master Goldsmith. She's learnt his art and she's learned how to do this and she has really cool. Modern tastes but with all of this stuff. You don't you don't need to buy things not to be preachy anyway. One more thing I wanted to tell you on this topic Chemi is. I met this girl the other day. on this visit London called Catherine quenches. I've heard of her. She's brilliant super committed minimalist. She's black for the past eight really. She hasn't won another Nkala rather than like a commitment. Quite extreme. Yeah not much light. But she's like totally committed and she's super chic anyway. She designs in other neutral colors. Black and everything goes super well together and she has created city break. Capsule wardrobes. So you can actually buy the whole thing together. You don't even have to think about it and everything goes perfectly. So there's just put a London won the Perez ones coming through in the Florence and it's actually all inspired by Joan. Didn't packing list love lies. We read it out the packing list. Yes yes let's do it. I love it me find. It's the sinked. Travel is below taped inside joined idioms closet door in Malibu for many years consisted of everything thing the author needed when she set out on assignment it was printed along with digits owner analysis of it in her nineteen seventy-nine collection of nonfiction. The white album. Here it is the pack and where to Scott's to jerseys or leotards one pullover sweater two pairs of shoes stockings Bra nightgown robe slippers cigarettes Borbon. We forgot the sweaters. We did forget sweat is Saddam patters William very important. Yes okay bag. Doug with shampoo toothbrushes toothpaste basis soap. Razor yoder an aspirin prescriptions tampax. Face cream powder baby while to carry Mojo throw typewriter interesting. Yeah we definitely don't have those anymore. Legal Pods pens files. House House. 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One significant emission one article I needed and never had a watch. I needed to watch not during the day when I could turn on the car radio or ask ask someone but at night in the motel quite often. I would ask the desk for the time if you how so until finally embarrassed ask again I would call US Angie's and ask my husband in other words. I had skirts jerseys leotards plover sweater shoes. Stockings Bra nightgown rope slippers. Cigarettes Borbon Shampoo toothbrush brush and paste basis soap razor deodorant. ASPIRIN PRESCRIPTIONS Tom. Impacts face cream powder baby oil mojo throw typewriter legal pads pens end files and a house-key but I didn't know what time it was. This may be a parable either of my life as a reporter during this period or of the period itself isn't that brilliance. I do it
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"Dissect and analyze I used to love listening to guys like melon and guys look Borbon Guven, New York, and Phil residual telling me some stories. I mean, the television tube is about entertaining. My parents loved sports my dad, and all, but you know, my dad or mother while on educated fifth grade education doctorate Olov and they used to love the garage Yola. Maybe I'm wrong. But I just think the too many guys wanna play wanna play for their buddies and their coaching peers of the maybe losing a job and getting into TV, and it just becomes so technical that I'm bored. I'm Tom board. Now, you're you're one hundred percent, right and your career seventy nine. I'm we're what are we talking forty almost forty years here. I I think that's proof and that proof is in the pudding right there, dick, well, seventy nine I feel like about twenty two. I really have played tennis. I out reality sets in. For what I look in the mirror hit more than you're not twenty two by Fred? But I just love people, and I love just give it and right now, you know, the most important thing in my life. I is right now on the assist with obsessed raising money for kids, and I will never forget you about a year or two ago, we had a youngster name about Tony cult and a lot of people don't know the name. This was one beautiful courageous youngster right here where I live and he battled for six years. Cancel like, you cannot believe he'd be in remission comeback beer ship. Well, he was out my gala back in two thousand seventeen and he came to the Gallup, and he was terminally at that time told it was like talkative happen making and he was just smiling and sitting them watching him, and he spoke in my next day with my gal, by the way, you have an open invitation. Anytime you want to call them guests celebs, you're you're welcome this year honoring Donald Sweeney, but and Saturday night after the gala, we have a big. Event at my house, just for the honor gas, the celebrities cancer kids at all the biggest donors and at my house. He spoke on never forget this. Here's a kid fighting for every day for another day. And he's telling the people there that brought so many people had tears. He's a please, I beg you to listen to coach visas, call me coach via please listen to him and raise money so kids don't have to go through what I'm going through well about a month and a half after that he really came down really seriously visited him at the hospital. My wife went to all children's hospital. No, no, mom and dad should have to sit there and watch their child laying in bed like he was with tubes. And everything trying to kill the pain. And now he could only basically whisper and basically said to me keep doing you're doing. It says, Tony I promise, you know, tears roll. Now. That's I. Teared up here talking about it. But search so anyway, I the bottom line is I told them I said, Tony, I promise you, I promise you to my last breath. I'm going to beg I'm gonna plead and I'm going to beg people to donate money to help kids. And that's why live right now. I'm obsessed with it and my wife, and my family sometimes a little noisy because I don't stop by buddy. See me, they know he's going to ask us for money. You can. And you know, and I don't ask I don't expect people to give they don't have it Paul. But if anybody out there wants to join my team, I goal is high this year. I never thought I'd be starting asking I want to raise four million dollars to ship gallon four millions number. Lest you is three point seven million with twenty five point two million so far for research, and it's not enough. It was enough Tony it'd be living. And I'm asking anybody wants to join me you can buy my new book. I have a new book on the screen dick another. Proceeds are. My good friend. Dick wise, dick Vitale mount Rushmore of college basketball at everydollar.
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"Us. I'm your. Now, just about thirty kilometers from the data and just. Adjustable. Woman being carried in. That's just one of the doctors has to say. Seventy eighty hundred twenty cases before I take a day now is like fifty five thirty what are the injuries now? The gunshots in the lower stomach chess, though area of the bodies. When do you see the day when they're willing to be more injured coming to your fuel clinic? I'd say the free. I would say that day maybe as long as the house is still there. We're going to keep sending people here. See the while the who these are in control of data, the Borbon stop about, of course of the control data restores your stay. Like, this will never the new peace deal will work and we'll bring peace DM Madame. This is like ambassador. This is the seventh of bustle was there is no way you have a country, and how it is over there militia grow their mortgage, just like to make like a disturbing in the peace or security in the country. So there has to be a military solution must be controlled all by military's extraordinary yard a few hospital and even receiving something like seventy patients a day from this war. But yet they all say the only way ten this war's by more war. Get a very grim conclusion there from our chief international Cortana at least do set embedded there with Emirati and.
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"Friday. I'm John, Dan. Kofsky reflejo is away later this hour. We'll be talking meteorology and hearing what volcanoes have to say. But I it's not always easy being an aunt your small your fragile your easily stepped on. If you leave the nest you've gotta worry about hungry birds mammals, maybe clunky human feet. And if you thought that you'd be safe deep in your big nest with all your friends think again, there's something there to disguised by smell snacking on hapless workers and even eating your young here with a tale of horror and others short subjects in sciences. Emily new. It's a science journalist and author based in San Francisco, Emily, welcome back to the show. Hey, thanks for having me. So what is stalking these poor? And since a terrible story. It is a terrible a tale of terror. So this comes from an article by a couple of scientists, Wendy more and Andrea digiorno, and they were researching a typical ground beetle called Ozan a- la- multi, and it turns out that this beetle has a really unusual relationship with ants. It's not unusual for Beatles to hunt. Ants. And you know, there are a lot of beetles are predators. But these beetles live with aunts in oak trees throughout their entire life cycle. So the females lay their eggs in the ant nest. They disguise themselves by covering their bodies in smells that the ants recognizes friendly, smells because answer blind. And they kind of navigate the world through smell, and as these beetles grow older as they become larvae. And then adults they feed on the ants by piercing their abdomens and sucking the fluids out. It sounds terrible. So all that. How did they discover this particular beetle doing this particular thing? So these are scientists who were looking at Beatles who are living kind of in concert with aunts. And they discovered that this particular beetle, unlike others wasn't just sort of chomping down on the whole aunt. They were looking at the inside of their guts, and sort of looking at what was in their stomachs, and they found that these particular beetles had this odd paste in their stomachs, which showed them that they had evolved. Specifically choose suck that guts out of ants. And that also this gave them more clues about how much of the ants. How much of the Beatles? Life cycle was spent among the aunts. And so they spent time in Arizona right at the border with Mexico, observing these beetles in their natural habitat in oak trees with aunts and came up with a lot of data from that. And then brought one of the beetle larvae home with them to observe. Eating ants up close and the ants. Don't just get together an attack these beetles because they smell really good. That's right because they have the ability to kind of cover their bodies with a assent that the ants recognize as being kind of a home center, a friend sent aunts. Navigate the world by smell. And there are a lot of insects, beetles mites. Other creatures that sneak into ant nests all the time and disguise themselves with smell. It's kind of like putting on an invisibility cloak, and it's a great way to protect yourself. If you're a Beatles because ant nests are really safe. All right. So let's move on from that somewhat. Disturbing story to story about Twitter, which can in its own way, be disturbing. It turns out that our tweets are kind of predictable. Like, I guess this isn't news to some of us. But what are we learning about the predictability of our tweets? This is a really interesting story. So a couple of researchers data scientists and psychologists looked at the. Twitter streams of about nine hundred and fifty people and what they did was they took. I'll give you an example like say, you're Bob, and you have a Twitter stream. You've tweeted a bunch of stuff the question. They had was how easy would it be to predict your next tweet? So they take all of Bob's tweets. They feed them into the algorithm, they're using which is a predictive algorithm. And they find out that by looking at Bob's pass tweets they can predict with fifty three percent accuracy. What the first word of his next tweet will be. That's when things get weird because then they started looking at all of Bob's closest friends on Twitter. So they said all right. Who were Bob's? Who are the fifteen people that Bob tweets that the most those are we're gonna call those Bob's friends. And if they look at the combined tweets of Bob's fifteen friends, they can then predict the first word of Bob's next tweet with fifty seven percent accuracy. So it's actually. More like, your friends tweets are more predictive of what you'll say next, then your own tweets are and then it gets even weirder. Because that means conclude the researchers that we can even predict what you might tweet. If you're not on Twitter, we can predict what you might not even on Twitter, you might be able to tell just by looking at what your friends tweet. That's right. Because when when Bob signed up for Twitter or just then keep picking on Bob Borbon Bob signed up for Twitter Twitter said would you like to upload your contacts list? And this is something that lots of social platforms. It's not just Twitter and Facebook does it what's up does it. And so Bob uploads his contact and Alice's in his contacts and Alice doesn't use Twitter, but she now is known to Twitter because they have her contact information, and maybe fourteen other people also have Alice's contact information. So now, even though Alice is not a member of Twitter and has never tweeted in her. Life those fifteen people's tweet streams can predict what she might say next. And for now, you know, we're only predicting kind of unimportant words that people might say. But the researchers say that soon this kind of algorithm could predict important words like how you feel about a presidential candidate. Or how you feel about a brand of soap? And that's the kind of information that political parties want institutions, want advertisers want. And that's why there's so much pressure to be coming up with algorithms that are even better at doing this. All right. Well, that actually that's even scarier than the in story now worried about this to all right? We're going to get to one more story. Here you found something interesting about what happens in our brain. When we're enjoying music. So tell us what's happening. So this comes from a study by neuroscientists who are actually just interested in weather, our enjoyment of music is caused by dopamine, which is a neurotransmitter that's associated with lots of different kinds of good feelings and a sense of accomplishment and things like that. So. What they did was. They gave test subjects a common drug. That's actually use a lot in Parkinson's disease is called leva dope. And it's a precursor for dopamine that just allows dopamine to circulate more on your brain and be taken up by nerves in your brain. And so what they found was that people who were under the influence of leave a dope were likely to pay more money for music that they enjoyed then people who were not on leave a dope, and in people who had actually had dopamine dampened dopamine transmission dampened in their brains. So basically, we have drug that makes you willing to pay more money for music. But only very quickly only music that you like or any music on typically, this was music that people liked so you couldn't get, you know, someone who hated country music to suddenly be willing to spend tons of money on country music. Okay. That's the that's the code. They still need to crack. I suppose. In the music business. That's all the time. We have I want to thank our guest. Once again, Emily new. It's a science journalist and author in San Francisco. Thanks so much for joining us. I appreciate your having me. Oh announced time to check in on the state of science. This is your WWE St Louis. Radio news a local science stories of national significance. New England salt Marsh can certainly seemed like a bucolic spot with those bushy reads dotting the landscape at those tall Reed like plants that we think of as quintessentially New England and a big part of the Marsh ecosystem are actually an invasive species called frag mighties, and it's choking out life in the wetland Fragmin as is tough to get rid of and recent efforts have gotten even more complicated because of climate change. Here's that story. Now is Barbara Moran. Environmental editor at WBZ. You are in Boston. Hi there, Barbara, hey, how you doing John doing? Well. So there's been a long campaign to get rid of frag mighties across New England and elsewhere and marshy areas why why are people trying to get rid of him? Yeah. It's funny because it's actually kind of a pretty plant and people hate hearing me say that about sort of public enemy number one. As far as invasive species in marshes and salt marshes are really important part of that New England ecosystem, and the frag mighties is a really tough invader that can come and crowd out the native mar species. I talked to Liz doff when I was researching the story she's been studying sought marshes her mass Audubon for more than two decades. And she really laid out the case for why we should be getting rid of fragments and here's a cut from her when there's less. Brag mighties it's easier safer migrating birds to find a place to land. It's easier for our needed grasses to thrive. It competes for things like golden ride, which is important food for migrating monarch butterflies. So there's definitely disadvantages for having the Fragmin news around. So this is why people been trying to get rid of them for years. But now there's some questions about whether or not we should just leave those frag mighty someplace what are they finding? Yeah. This is really interesting. So I should say it's also fragment. He's is really really hard to kill. You know, like they they when they tried to kill. They do stuff like cracking its neck open and dripping poison down with an eyedropper. Are they try flooding it, and it it often just comes back? So it takes a lot of resources to try and kill. Well, it and the questions have been rising for the past couple of years about whether frag mighties might might actually provide some useful. You know, what they call ecosystem services, especially with growing concerns about climate change. So what what does it do? Why might actually help us combat climate change? Yeah. So it's really interesting study came out of the Smithsonian last fall by scientist named Ian Davidson. And he found kind of ironically that the same stuff that makes frag mighty such a tough invader. The fact that it's really tall. It has deep roots. It grows really close together. All these things actually make it sequester carbon better than the native species. So frag mighties can take carbon out of the atmosphere, and when it decomposes into Pete it actually can sequester carbon better. There's also this other evidence that fragment he's just because there's it's a bulky this such biomass that it can buffer these marshes. Against sea level rise. So these are a couple sort of maybe pluses for this invasive species that people are starting to sort of look at make make look at this plant a little differently. Susan maybe make make friends with the enemy over time. The enemy that they've been trying to get rid of her all these years. Exactly. I know they're not quite quite there yet. I mean, everybody was very quick to say don't go out and plant Fragmin, as you know, we're not we're not there yet biodiversity is still the most important thing for marshes. But you know, they're they're starting to talk. You know, we're living in those really high CO two world climate change advancing more quickly than expected, and we're really going to have to start looking at things in different ways. We go forward. Maybe Barbara Moran is environmental editor WBZ in Boston. She's been following the story force, Barbara thanks so much for joining us. I appreciate it. Thanks is great. When we come back your local forecast. How different is it today from what it was say one hundred years ago, stay with us because there's a one hundred percent chance. We'll be right back after this short break..