35 Burst results for "Bridges"
The Eric Metaxas Show
Douglas Wilson: You Can't Have Creation, Without a Creator
"A lot of wonderful books. The new one is called mere Kristen dumb. And what you were just saying, thank you for your kind words about my new book, led to the American church. But what you're saying is something that I have been thinking about recently is this idea that when you take God out of the equation, everything falls apart. Those of us who know God is real, who know that he is the source of all reality and truth in the universe. Know that that makes sense. But it's like we've been living in a dream this secular dream, this ideological fantasy, this fiction that we could somehow exist apart from God. And it's caught up with us. I think your average person is realizing like something's wrong. It's kind of like building a bridge and not using the right math. And when you get to the end of building the bridge, you realize that the sides aren't matching up or what went wrong, we failed, what is happening? How do we fix this? And then you realize, yes, you need to get the math right in the beginning. If you take God out of the equation, your doomed from the start. But it's taken us depending on how you look at history, but where we've arrived at a kind of unprecedented moment in history. It seems to me, and it seems like that's what you're saying. That's right. This bridge, this bridge that we're on, is way too bouncy. I don't want to bridge it, bounces this much. So and most Christians know, you can't have creation without a creator. You can't have law without a legislator. Well, right now, America can't have Salvation without a savior. We can not save ourselves. This is Christianity one O one. We can't save ourselves. We can't forgive ourselves.
ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes
Gov. Scott Walker: Upcoming Wisconsin Supreme Court Election
"A lot of social media posts about a Supreme Court election coming up. What's the story on that? Yeah, it is the most expensive in state's history. It's probably going to be the most expensive in the history of the country for Supreme Court races and states that have them. You've got two diametrically opposed candidates. One, just as Darren Kelly who I pointed to the bench back in 2016, this guy is like a Scalia on the state Supreme Court. He's brilliant. He is a judicial conservative, why stress that is, he's not a conservative activist. He's someone who understands as he rightly should, that the role the judiciary is to uphold the constitution and the rule of law and no more no less versus someone who's, we've seen liberals before, but we've never seen a candidate to be so outspoken in their radical activism out there, Milwaukee county, former district attorney, office member. That's the DA's office that let the guy who ran down to walk a shot county. They let this guy out in low cash bail and he killed all those people in the Christmas bridge. She comes out of that office. She's now a judge and lucky county Janet prototype which I call her no job Janet. She is someone who's got a horrific record of not putting violent criminals, people who rape children, people who raped even to a guy raped his own aunt, just horrible, horrible criminals. She soft on when it comes to the sentencing. But this woman had gotten millions of dollars from George Soros and people on the left and West Coast and east coast in their pouring dollars into this state because of all the things that are at stake. And she's flat out said she's going to repeal our reforms. So we're pushing back. It went from a big gap to now where Kelly's just down by about two points, but Tuesday is going to be the key. Not only for Wisconsin. But arguably, if it comes to redistricting, it could affect who the next speaker is.
ConsenSys Releases Linea ZkEVM Public Testnet
"Consensus released the public version of its ZK EVM testnet called linea, formerly known as consensus Zika EVM, linea is an EVM equivalence ZK rollup that is capable of handling native EVM bytecode for proving and verification. Lydia includes native integration with consensus infrastructure, such as inferior and truffle. Consensus also added the linear corley testnet natively on meta mask Chrome extension version 10.27 .0. The testnet will be added for meta mass Firefox, edge, and mobile users in the coming weeks. Cross roll a bridge hop protocol also added support for bridging to linear, linear will host a community call on April 4th where it will release details about an upcoming NFT testnet voyage.
AP News Radio
Mexico investigates 8 over deadly fire at migrant facility
"Mexican authorities have said that several employees at a migrant center are being investigated for misconduct when a fire broke out where they worked, killing dozens of people. Mexican secretary of security rosacea Velazquez confirmed that 8 suspects were identified, including federal officers and private subcontracted security guards, the fire broke out when migrants being detained at the center, little mattress on fire when they feared they were being moved. The investigation has centered on the fact that guards appear to make no effort to open cell doors for the detained men before smoke filled the room in a matter of seconds by the gates at the international bridges to El Paso, hundreds of mostly Venezuelan migrants gathered, acting on false rumors that the United States would allow them to enter the country. Venezuelan migrants miquel Mota told the AP he wants to leave Mexico after the fire. Now we're a little afraid that they're going to do the same to us here. This is why we want to achieve the American Dream. I'm Karen Chammas
AP News Radio
Okoro's 3-pointer sends Cavaliers past Nets 116-114
"The Cavaliers pulled out a one 16 one 14 win over the nets on Isaac okoro's three pointer from the corner with .7 seconds remaining. A Korra's late bucket gave him 11 points and sent the Cavaliers to their 8th victory in ten games. Cleveland trailed one 12 one O four with two 13 remaining before closing on a 12 two run. Donovan Mitchell delivered 31 points and Evan mobley added 26 with 16 rebounds. Brooklyn dropped its 5th straight game despite Michael bridges, who had a game high 32 points. Spencer Dinwiddie finished with 25 points and 12 assists for the nets. I'm Dave ferry.
North Korean Lazarus Group Allegedly Tries to Phish Euler Exploiter
"Ronin bridge exploiter has sent an unchained message to the Euler exploiter, the message contains a link to a decryption tool and requests the Euler exploiter to use its private key with a tool to decrypt a message. The Euler team urged the Euler exploiter to not use the tool because it contains a vulnerability that could lead to a private key compromise. The Euler exploiter responded to the team's message, claiming they quote still want to do the right thing. Last week, the Euler exploiter had sent 100 ether to the same sanctioned while it addressed associated with the ronin bridge hack, but while it is believed to be controlled by a North Korean hacking group known as the Lazarus group, the Euler exploiter is yet to return the remaining funds back to the oiler protocol.
The Bible Project
What's So Special About Oil?
"We're exploring a new theme on the podcast called the anointed. Anointing is taking oil and smearing it on someone. And it has a very specific purpose. Foil marks a person replaced that the bridge between heaven and earth. Cool. But why oil? Why not wine? What's going on? So what we're going to trace down in this conversation is there's a recipe for special anointing oil. You can find it in the Torah. The recipe for anointing oil is given by God to Moses on Mount Sinai. And it's not just oil, it's oil and fused with pungent aromatic spices and it makes this incredible perfume. How creations packed with these plants that if you just ate the leaf, you would not enjoy it. But you crush it. Pulverize it, we're soak it, and then it can infuse this with a taste that just is like otherworldly. Well, I think the biblical authors want us to see in this anointing oil is the life of Eden condensed into a little dense liquid. The life of Eden begins with the water of life, filling the dry ground and forming the human, and then got spirits. Fills the human. Water and spirit. Marking humanity as a place where heaven and earth are one. And so to remember that place, or even to designate a place to be like that, we anoint it with oil. There's moments when through liquid and spirit, a person a place is marked as a special portal between heaven and earth to bring about that reunion of heaven and earth in some way. And I think that's where all of a sudden all these themes come crashing together. Of the liquid life and the spirit are joined images. And that's what anointing means in the Bible.
AP News Radio
Jokic, Porter, Murray power Nuggets to 108-102 win over Nets
"Nikola Jokić Michael Porter junior and Jamal Murray led the nuggets to a one O 8 one O two victory over the nets. Yokochi had 22 points, 17 rebounds in ten assists in his 28th triple double of the season. Porter finished with 28 points and 9 rebounds for the nuggets who saw a 20 point fourth quarter lead cut to 193 with three 44 remaining. Murray scored 20 of his 25 points in the first quarter and helped Denver shoot 63% in the first half. Mikhail bridges had a team high 23 points in Brooklyn's third consecutive loss. I'm Dave ferry.
AP News Radio
Tourists hoping to see Arizona falls forced out by flooding
"Tourists hoping to see world famous waterfalls on an Indian reservation in northern Arizona instead went through harrowing, flood evacuations. The official have a supai tribe tourism Facebook page, reported Friday flooding at washed away a bridge to the campground, tourists were mostly evacuated, some rescued by helicopter by Saturday floodwaters were starting to recede and visitors were allowed to hike with the help of tribal guides to navigate them around creeks on the back trail to get to the campground. Meanwhile, the tribe is building a temporary bridge from supai to Sedona several areas of northern Arizona have been slammed this week by storms. The resulting snow and snow melt at higher elevations wreaking havoc on highways access roads and even city streets. I'm Julie Walker
Mike Gallagher Podcast
Did Grandpa Joe Just Fall Off the Airplane Steps Again?
"Biden fell off the steps again yesterday when he's coming off an airplane. Did you see that? The picture of him in The Rain looks like he slipped. I am, I'm telling you, they got to stop letting him walk up and down the steps of the plane. He's going to break his neck. I am really worried about it. I'm not kidding about that. Let him go on through the jet bridge like the rest of us peons do when we get on a plane. He doesn't need to go up and down steps. He's going to hurt himself.
Mike Gallagher Podcast
Start Making Joe Biden Use the Jet Bridge Instead of Stairs
"And finally Tyler from South Carolina. At least run desantis can put together a complete sentence can ride a bicycle without tipping over and walk upstairs without falling down. I think Biden fell off the steps again yesterday when he's coming off an airplane. Did you see that? The picture of him in The Rain looks like he slipped. I am, I'm telling you, they got to stop letting him walk up and down the steps of the plane. He's going to break his neck. I am really worried about it. I'm not kidding about that. Let him go on through the jet bridge like the rest of us peons do when we get on a plane. He doesn't need to go up and down steps. He's going to hurt himself.
AP News Radio
Parent of Silicon Valley Bank seeks bankruptcy protection
"SPV financial group no longer the parent company of Silicon Valley bank since the bank's seizure is filing for chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. Silicon Valley bank is now being run under the jurisdiction of the FDC as a so called bridge bank, and is not part of today's chapter 11 filing by SVB financial group. SVB capital, a venture capital and private credit fund platform, and SVB securities are regulated broker dealer are also not part of the bankruptcy. But the financial group, along with its CEO and chief financial officer, are the targets of a class action lawsuit that claims the company didn't disclose the risks that future interest rate increases would have on its business in
AP News Radio
Sacramento Kings clinch first winning season since 2005-06
"The kings of clinched their first winning season in 17 years by downing the nets in Brooklyn, one O one 96, de Monte sabonis had 24 points and 21 rebounds for the kings, kings coach Mike Brown. Domes with 14 defensive rebounds. He was obviously amazing. Another double double for him. They improved to ten and two since the all star break as Deandre Fox chipped in 18.6 rebounds and 5 assists. The nets are just one and a half games ahead of 7th place Miami as Brooklyn tries to avoid the play in tournament. Mikhail bridges had a team high 23 points for the nets.
AP News Radio
North Korea launches ICBM before South Korea-Japan summit
"North Korea has test launched another intercontinental ballistic missile. I'm Ben Thomas with the latest. The U.S. and South Korea are conducting joint military exercises. Here putting together a floating bridge across a river. It's just one small piece of the wet gap crossing operation. Captain Sean kaspersen. We look forward to continuing to train together and building the relationship between the U.S. and the Korean forces will remain ready to fight tonight. Katie cop she Doc. The maneuvers have roiled Pyongyang calling them a rehearsal for invasion. The launch was North Korea's first ICBM test in a month and third weapons test this week. It also came hours before the leaders of South Korea and Japan were to meet in Tokyo, the summit, the first in more than a decade, is expected to focus on North Korean threats, aiming to overcome disputes over history and quickly rebuild security and economic ties. I'm Ben Thomas
The Doug Collins Podcast
Georgia Has Never Been Poor in Culture and Spirit
"Home brothers, you got a lot of the stuff back here, but you also get into the old southern raw genre, not necessarily, but Leonard Skynyrd, you get, you know, the Marshall Tucker band. You get Lana rhythm section. I still have memories of Atlanta rhythm section, you know, in the late said, you know, doing champagne jam. I mean champagne jam, yeah. Oh my God, filling up ticks, you know, Georgia Tech stadium back when we're doing those kind of things. And that's just, I think, John, from my perspective, it comes from a culture of sane. And people don't realize this in South Jordan but in north tour as well, that Georgia rural, you know, for many, many years. Atlanta is, of course, blossom, but it is still that people we came from a society that was, we were poor in resources, but not poor in culture and spirit. Exactly. Exactly. And so what we had was is you would have families or people in communities get together and on Friday and Saturday night they would have what we call hooting nannies or they would have people over and everybody would be cooking barbecue and they'd be playing guitar singing or they singing in the church and this is how that culture just developed. It is. I had there are two boys in my paternity, the holder brothers, Gable and wit holder. And they could pick guitars and sing and harmony. It was a true, it was a true southern tradition that they learned from their parents, going to church and all that stuff. And it was so amazing to hear. I remember they did a version of 7 bridges road by the eagles. And I was just left speechless by their ability to play the song and to harmonize at the same time. You know, I have Travis trit on that list too. And he is a hometown favorite because my son's gonna get in the background here. He's interested in the music conversation. But Travis Tritt, a growing up in Marietta, Georgia, post oak tree, you hear stories about Travis's grandfather being a bus driver in that area and I used to get my hair cut at a place called bob's barbershop off the sandy plains road and highway 5 and I never saw him there, but the rumor was that Travis used to go there to get that mullet trimmed up and looking good.
AP News Radio
Bridges, Nets withstand Jokic's triple-double, beat Nuggets
"The nets picked up a very impressive road win by downing the west leading nuggets one 22 one 20. Mikhail bridges delivered 25 points in Brooklyn withstood another triple double by Nikola Jokić in winning for the 5th time in 6 games. Nick claxton had 20 points for the nets who outscored Denver by 19 in the third quarter to take an 11 point lead. The lead grew to 15 in the fourth, but the nuggets closed on a 26 13 run. Jokic had 35 points, 14 rebounds at 11 assists in his league high 27th triple double, but the nuggets dropped their third in a row. I'm Dave ferry.
AP News Radio
UK: Russian advance in Bakhmut could come with heavy losses
"Russian forces have made progress in the frontline hotspot of bakhmut in the eastern Ukraine. In muddy fields and dugouts near bakhmut, Ukrainian forces fire a powerful howitzer two S one towards Russian positions, Ukrainian paratrooper Michel tells the AP it's hard to defend the stronghold. Because a lot of enemy forces are concentrated here and also the weather is not allowing us to use vehicles. It's too muddy, Britain's defense ministry has said that units from the Russian controlled Wagner group have captured most of eastern bakhmut, but the UK warns that Russia's assault will be difficult to sustain without further harsh losses. Some of the reasons it gave were destroyed key bridges, and Ukrainian sniper fire that would deter the Russians from pushing ahead. I'm Karen Chammas
The Eric Metaxas Show
Malachi O'Brien and Eric Went on a Very Fun Run to NJ!
"Talking to my friend malachi O'Brien, malachi, once again, I got to tell my audience, I can't believe we never do this kind of thing, but you finished your 152nd consecutive marathon today, so you're going to go home tomorrow, you're going to do the final one. I had the privilege of doing this with you yesterday. And we had fun because I thought to myself, when you're running at that pace, you can actually talk. And so you and I talked and we just had this wonderful fellowship and we found ourselves, I mean, I don't know if I said this when I was talking to Alban before, but we ran to New Jersey. We ran across the George Washington bridge, which of course was my idea. I'd done this once before on my previous world distance world record personal record run. But the idea that from my house, you could run across the Hudson to New Jersey on the bike path. And that was insane and fun to do with you. We took pictures. But then on the way home, we passed a number of sites central to the story of bahn hoffer. And I was able to point out where he stayed. That's the room where he stayed in 1939 when he made his big decision. And this is riverside church that welcomes Fidel Castro into its pulpit. But in 19 39, when Bond hoffer was here, he went to hear a sermon there, and it would dissolve in my bond hopper, but I was able to tell you the story and then to say, and then that evening, he heard another sermon at this quote unquote, fundamentalist church, a few blocks south on Broadway, and how delighted he was. And so it was just fun running with you. And if you come back to New York, I just want to do more of this with you because there's other fun things that we can do and see. But it really, it just was fun. So I
Focus On the Family Daily Broadcast
"bridges" Discussed on Focus On the Family Daily Broadcast
"Was tough. And so some of the things you don't, as a parent, you don't know what your kids are going through. You don't know what they're dealing with. And you need to show them love and understanding, yes, they can not come home and start kicking the dog and hitting the little brother. That's not allowed. But you can give them time to go in their room and decompress. They don't have to come right home and start talking to you. They may just need some time. Katie shares often in the book. I didn't know what I was feeling. I didn't know how to process what I was feeling. I was just all stirred up. So going back, I think I wish I would have had a clue that Katie was a different personality than mine. And then finding a mentor or an adviser with that personality, to help me kind of say, you know what? This is how your daughter's going to deal with this. And this is where she is. I think you addressed this in the book, Brenda. Did she feel that she just wasn't safe in sharing some of these emotions with you? I mean, were you just boxing her into behaviors without really understanding her heart then? I think so. And I think, again, Katie didn't know, I figure things out when I'm feeling it, I figure it out, and then I talk about it a lot. And Katie doesn't process that way. It takes her while to figure it out, and then she doesn't want to talk about it a lot. And I was always thinking, oh, I could just talk to her. I can ask her questions. I can pull it out of her. And that made her want to withdraw even more. I needed to give her time to process things and to come out and to talk to me instead of trying to pull it out of her. And make everything better. Because you just can't. They come home, they're upset, and sometimes you just can't make it better in the first 5 minutes. Brenda, I would think that when you look at it too, that there can be a lot of guilt in that process, at different stages for different reasons. And maybe you talk about your daughter Katie being told people don't like her on the playground. And she didn't share that. I would think for you perhaps as a parent, I'm just guessing. Did you feel some guilt that you maybe didn't even share with gene about your relationship with Katie? I mean, did you have your own secret guilt that was going on? I had a lot of guilt.
Focus On the Family Daily Broadcast
"bridges" Discussed on Focus On the Family Daily Broadcast
"Brenda, what's one thing a mom or dad can do today to build a bridge of love to their adult child, who has perhaps made a decision that they don't agree with. So the number one thing is apologize to your child for your part because you probably have a part. And I think that's going to help them hear you faster than anything is a heartfelt apology. Well, Brenda garrison is our guest on today's focus on the family and she brings some great perspective today as we look at parenting your adult children. I'm John fuller and your host is focused president and author Jim Daly. John here, focus on the family. We're often talking about parenting the young child. And
Techmeme Ride Home
"bridges" Discussed on Techmeme Ride Home
"Gaming has also cooled off as pandemic stay at home orders lifted and people resumed outside interest and activities. Spending in the video game industry is expected to drop 8.7% this year. According to a report from the analytics firm NPD group. Call of Duty Modern Warfare to a new entry in the series will be released on October 28th, but the series will then skip 2023, Bloomberg has reported. Activision will instead release add ons for modern warfare and other Call of Duty related content. The next mainline game in the series from the tree arc studio is planned for 2024. Call of Duty is Activision's biggest video game series and the titles regularly top yearly sales charts. They have sold more than 400 million units since the series began in 2003. So that sounds like the Call of Duty franchise is pretty key to Activision's financial success, doesn't it? Well, not to hear Microsoft tell it, quoting and gadget. In a recent filing, Microsoft told New Zealand's commerce commission that Activision Blizzard produces no quote must have games. Weird thing to say when the company plans to spend $68.7 billion to buy the gaming giant behind Call of Duty Overwatch Diablo World of Warcraft and plenty more. In the document Microsoft said, quote, there is nothing unique about the video games developed by and published by Activision Blizzard that is a must have for rival PC and console game distributors that give rise to a foreclosure concern. Attempting to downplay the importance of Call of Duty is just one of the ways Microsoft has tried to placate regulators in February, the company pledged it would continue to make the franchise available on PlayStation consoles beyond any existing agreements between Sony and Activision end quote. You know, Microsoft a white lie is still technically a lie.
Trivia With Budds
"bridges" Discussed on Trivia With Budds
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Trivia With Budds
"bridges" Discussed on Trivia With Budds
"What could be and welcome to another episode of the trivia with buds, podcasts, I'm your host Ryan buds. Today's episode all about bridges and things related to bridges. Courtesy of Matt Pollock, my good friend, who's a Patreon subscriber and host trivia for me at two different places every single week in Southern California. You can play with Matt Pollock, who is also a craft beer enthusiast, and I'm hiking enthusiast, and he writes about both of those things for the LA times. You can see all his stuff by just searching Matt and then PAW. And you can play trivia with him at ogopogo brewing on Friday nights, 7 to 9 in San Gabriel, California, and at 1906 at 6 p.m. on Thursday nights in upland California, 1906 bar and grill at the upland country club. All those events are on my website, trivia with buds dot com, click on weekly shows to see where you can play trivia with me or my friends in California. We are now doing weekly shows in Tennessee at state street brewing every Thursday 7 to 9 come out and play one hour of trivia to all crowd purse, so it's on your smartphone. It's very fun, very competitive. We had our first night last week, and it was a hoot and a holler. And I hope you are at the next one. We do an hour of trivia with four prizes, and then we do a couple of rounds of music bingo for that second hour. And people had a great time, and I can't wait to do it again. Before we jump into some bridge related trivia, we have our geek out card for you. So let's see if you can do these challenges out loud to yourself or with a friend. If you're listening with someone else. Here's your first one. It's about movies, and it's 6 actors who appear and X-Men films. Actors or actresses, 6 of them, who appear in X-Men films. And for television two TV characters on Sons of Anarchy, two TV characters on the show Sons of Anarchy. For literature, two book titles about a wild animal to book titles about a wild animal for music, we need four songs with the word party in the title for songs with the word party in the title. And for miscellaneous for Broadway shows based on television or movies for Broadway shows based on TV or movies. And there you go. We're all warmed up. We're all loosey goosey, and we're ready for a famous bridge trivia here. We go. It's trivia on famous bridges. There's no questions about Jeff Bridges, but there are other kind of interesting bridge questions. Here's number one about how many bridges are located in the U.S.. Is it 100,400 thousand or 600,000? About how many bridges are in the U.S.,.
Gambling With an Edge
"bridges" Discussed on Gambling With an Edge
"And I sort of talked this through the cops. I said, if I get my money, do I just leave? And they went, well, you could. I was like, I'm going to run out of the casino at the end, so I basically sprinted out and managed to get my money. So that was one of the worst ones that I had just because of the hostility. A couple other situations where they just wouldn't cash me out and I just really insisted and eventually they did and yeah, so those are the most unpleasant times. Normally at tribal casinos, but not always, but I think that's probably just because they're bigger establishments. But some really when they're trying to make you feel scared is the situation which I really present because I'm trying to have a very calm conversation and they weren't having any of it. Now if people want to see your videos how do they find you on YouTube? Yeah, all you need to do is go to YouTube dot com slash Steven bridges, Steven to start with a V, bridge is a spelled like my mom bridge, but more of them. So Steven bridges, you should be able to find it the series is called beat the odds, but I'm pretty easy to Google. So if you go on YouTube dot com slash Stephen bridges, it's there. And we should mention that the whole docuseries is not out yet you're releasing one a week or something like that. Yes. Very good. We could have extended this interview for quite a bit longer. We appreciate the time you gave us. It was interesting. And we have not had a guess quite like you before. Thanks so much for having me. I've been listening to this podcast when driving around the state. So it's nice to meet it's an honor to be here. So I appreciate it. Very good. At the end of our show, we have a recommended by the host sometimes and the guests sometimes. Richards. Is this one of the sometimes for you? No, I got nothing today. All right. I'm going to recommend a novel. Called dead Irish..
"bridges" Discussed on 99% Invisible
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"bridges" Discussed on 99% Invisible
"Them worse off like you could make a generic european bridge for a generic european currency. But you can't make an actually generic europe. It is many countries with lots of different issues with lots of different economies. Yeah the dream of the euro. Was this kind of abstract theoretical idea of connected europe. But i think maybe maybe they should have kept those original euro designs the ones with the pictures of real bridges to remind themselves that europeans don't live in some abstract europe with pretend bridges they cross real bridges to real countries..
"bridges" Discussed on 99% Invisible
"For this design russ calls up the designer of the bridge who we talked to for the magazine and he winds up faxing him a picture of this five hundred euro bill and he came back to me within moments and said this is my bridge is etc. This is absolutely positively the bridge that i designed the bridge that you and i stood on six weeks ago in northern france. I will stand in a court of law and swear on anything you like that. This is my bridge because this there are these features that are specific to this bridge. Now this made me think. I found one. I wonder if i can find some more. If you are the editor of bridge design and engineering. This is your moment so over the next couple of days. Rask's looked through books and old photographs trying to identify these supposedly fake bridges on the other euro notes. And right away. He saw this picture of the realto. It's the famous and really very beautiful bridge. In the middle of venice there's arch below. There's a parade of shops going up one side at an angle of maybe thirty degrees and down the other side at thirty degrees. So when you look at the bridge your is drawn to the superstructure to the stuff on top of the bridge which is the the walkways and the shops and so forth russ thought the masonry realto bridge looked awfully familiar so he mentally removed the walkways in the shops and all the other stuff on top of the bridge itself. I realized that that was that was exactly what the banknote designer had done. It stripped off the top and base it a cut and paste job onto onto his fifty euro banknote design so now russ had to the five hundred is the pont normandy. The fifty is the realto in venice but with the buildings removed from the top and over the next few days he figured out a few more. The hundred euro note was the pump newly of rail and road bridge in paris. That ten euro note is a roman aqueduct. Segovia and finally there was the image on the five euro note the smallest bill the oldest bridge. It was a boat bridge so it's not really a structure in its own right. It's a series of boats with planks across them very ancient way of crossing a river. This is one of my favorite choices. It says like lovely old proto bridge more than a bridge itself is just a bike to would be bridge. Clever right really clever. In a really kind of low tech way so a few days into his quest russ found an engraving that matched the picture on that five year old and it was an engraving of an ancient structure in india. So it wasn't even a european britsh. Yeah the bonus points right. It's both a not not real and it's not in europe so now has had all these different bridges heat identified. He tried to call the banknote designer. Kalina but couldn't reach him and he decided it was time to tell the world that these fake bridges were. Were not fake. They were fake fake bridges. So i wrote up the story for the magazine. The magazine was about to go to press. He pitched the story to the bbc's main tv news show and they wanted to do it so they asked me to come down to london. Ad appear on the show that night which was very exciting. Who doesn't want to be on tv and russell on the man who will send the the designs the european back now. It's back to the drawing board. We hate me so with us now. Now this was the first one. This is the one that you spotted first of all. This is the pond nominee which is very well-known open only two years ago in france. The next day my phone was ringing off the hook go page one lead in the wall street journal. He was in newspapers in finland in brazil. I you know. I was briefly almost famous and enjoyed every every moment of it was quite fun. It was fun for russ swan. But i can't imagine it was fun for robert. Kalina who designed the bills. Kelly seemed seem to take it. Okay he basically said in interviews. I thought the bridges were generic enough but apparently not galina had to start all over again. His job was determined the fake fake bridges into real thick britta's kalina and the europeans. They actually consulted with engineers to make sure that they were plausible. Fake bridges and in fact. The bills wound up changing a lot. Like if we look at the before and after that five hundred euro note you can see on the old five hundred note. There was the missing pillar. That was the dead giveaway that it was a real bridge. The new version has that pillar and it really looks like a fake bridge and then maybe most interesting on the five euro note. Kalina got rid of that boat bridge altogether and replaced it with a apparently generic roman aqueduct. They went through all the banknote designs. They fixed the money but the question is did the euro actually achieve its high minded ideals that it was trying to achieve like. Did it really bring europe together. At first it did. At first everybody loved the euro. It really did feel like one. Europe up coming together in a common currency but the new money ultimately couldn't paper over the economic differences between the different countries in europe and that really became clear after the financial crisis of two thousand eight. Some countries like germany recovered fairly quickly but other countries like spain and greece did not tonight. A country deeply divided all week. The banks closed life savings locked up inside endless lines at. Atm's withdraws limit end. If spain and greece head still had their own money at that time they could have printed more of it they could have increased. The supply of pesetas drachmas to help their economies recover but they give up that power when they joined the euro so their economies just got worse and worse. They wound up limping along for years. And there's a good argument that the euro itself made.
"bridges" Discussed on 99% Invisible
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Why the last man premier september thirteenth streaming exclusively fx on hulu ninety nine percent invisible is supported by wise smart new way to move money internationally. Imagine a world where you could speak. Any language traveled to any place and spend an any currency with these at wise. They're building the money part. Wise is the world's most international account that lets you hold and convert dozens of currencies all in one place and you always get the real exchange rate but no markups. Wise is all you need. Designed by international people for international people try wise for free at wise dot com slash. Nine nine. this is ninety nine percent invisible. I'm roman mars in the early. Nineteen ninety s. A block of european countries embarked on a pretty wild experiment. They decided to get rid of all their money and replace it with a single common currency today. The euro is something we take for granted but thirty years ago. It was an extraordinary and risky idea. Twelve different countries who spoke different languages different cultures and economies all using the same paper money. Nobody was sure if it would work and yet despite the risk there were some really good reasons to try this. Is jacob goldstein. The author of money the true story of a made up thing. Jacob hiram so let's talk about the euro specifically were going to talk about the design of the paper money. But let's start with the idea of the euro itself yet. You can start that story with the fall of the berlin wall. How do you measure such an astonishing moment in history. The east german government's said tonight they were going to make more openings in the wall. At least a dozen more put bulldozers right through the wall so that more people could cross to the west east germany and west. Germany had been separate countries since the end of world war two and in nineteen ninety. Germany was about to become one country again which was in many ways a joyous moment. You know the fall of this repressive regime in east germany the reunification of families and communities but in the postwar era west germany have become an economic powerhouse and europeans. Were afraid that a united germany might be a little too strong which you know. They had some really grounded historical reasons to be worried about this kind of thing. So the president of france francois mitterrand came up with a plan. He proposed this deal with the german chancellor he said we will support a reunified germany. If you germany agree to give up your national currency and join with your neighbors in this new shared money basically. He wanted to put germany in this big european bear hook and germany said yes because who doesn't love a bear hug sure especially at european bear hug in green in the euro involved all kinds of decisions like. How do you replace all the money and the atm machines. And what is the exchange rate between the old differences and the new one and there was this one seemingly small question that took up a lot of attention. What was the new money gonna look like. That's my favorite dilemma. It's a very you question. It's a very hard question because paper. Money had been this kind of nationalistic thing. The place where a country would put pictures of their heroes and their landmarks but the point of the euro was to transcend nationalism to build this single unified europe. So if you put say the reichstag on the hundred euro note and the eiffel tower. On the fifty. The french would be like how come the germans got the hundred and we only got the fifty and then the dutch would be like at least you got the fifty. We didn't get anything on any bill. So when the architects of the euro announced a contest to design the new banknotes they added a rule no national heroes or national symbols or national landmarks. Which doesn't leave a lot of options still designers from fourteen different european central banks submitted ideas and on december thirteenth nineteen ninety-six. The head of the european monetary institute had a press conference to announce the winner. We wanted first to inform the heads of state and government About this choice because this is a choice is clearly for symbolic major symbolic significance. The winner he said was an austrian banknote designer named robert kalina. In the kalina designs there was no eiffel tower. No famous author or general or queen instead. Kalina chose the most inoffensive symbols imaginable. The design emphasizes remain architectural elements windows gateways and bridges the metaphors right themselves. You know openness connection exactly what you want at this moment. When a big chunk of europe was joining together to use a single kind of money for the first time since the roman empire and for the metaphors to work they had to make sure these inoffensive symbols didn't represent a particular country. So the pictures on the bills weren't actual windows and gateways and bridges. They were pretend. Bridges imaginary gateways. The images on the paper money were supposed to exude european-ness but not spanish nece or frenchness or german das. Everything went fine with the windows and gateways. The problem was the bridges. The person who figured out that the problem was the bridges was a bridge. Loving british journalist named russ swan. He was the editor of a magazine. Called bridge design and engineering. I talked to him recently and he told me that of course. He was delighted to learn that. Pretend bridges we're going to feature prominently on europe's new money. We are the rich people and using our thing that thing and you know. That's so russ figured he would do a little story for his magazine about the paper money. He requested a press pack with pictures of the bills. This was the mid nineties you know the web was just getting going and the euro people send him pictures the bridges on the bills. Go in chronological order. So the oldest bridges are on the smallest bills. It's like a little tour through architectural history. And as russ's looking at these pictures the first thing that catches his eye is the five hundred euro note. Which is the biggest bill and the most modern bridge. The five hundred euro has a cable stayed bridge. It's a modern style bridge where there these straight cables holding up most of the structure. It's graphically very striking and lovely again. This is supposed to be a generic example of abridge not a real landmark but russ notice something wrong with this supposedly fake bridge. It looked like a grid had been to visit six seven weeks earlier in in northern france. It's called the the pond nominee normandy bridge. And i thought i i. I think that's the normandy. I think that's i think that's not the fictitious structure that the european union have said it was so there are a lot of cable stayed bridges and they all kind of look like this. But i don't eat the bridge at the science are these pillars. And there's this one spot where you'd expect to see a pillar but there is no pillar and it's drew upon normandy and it's also true.
Here & Now
"bridges" Discussed on Here & Now
"Nine hundred fifty but in two thousand fifteen your bed semi babe the soul singer and songwriter leon. Bridges exploded onto the airwaves that year with an album straight from the fifties and sixties drawing on the southern soul music of his home state of texas but since then his sound has worked its way across the decades to meet us at the present grammy award winning artist leon bridges third and newest album gold diggers sound came out at the end of july and leon bridges joins us now. Welcome to here now. Are you doing. Thank you so much for having me honored to be here. Well thank you for taking the time to speak with us and what better way to start then with the opening track. Let's hear this is born again featuring robert glaspie tickets so even the let's start with how and where this album sound came about you were playing a residency at gold diggers which is a popular hotel and bar in east. Hollywood described that place to me. You know it has somewhat of a kind of unassuming vibe from the exterior of Somewhat of a refuge in the midst of this light greedy city and we have basically.
The Good News Podcast
"bridges" Discussed on The Good News Podcast
"I i. I'm neil the host of the good news. This is your source for good news. Fun stories and sonic showing. All of this. Goodness is coming to you from beautiful chicago illinois. Today's good news is all about wildlife crossings. Nature bridges ecoed ducts and other various ways. People have developed to help animals cross busy roads. I will admit that that sounds pretty broad and pretty vague for a traditional good news. Bad guest episode. But i feel like. I've just been seeing more of these types of projects popping up and i think they're really interesting so i wanted to share a few that already exist and are succeeding. A few that are planned and could have a big impact and a couple that are conceptual. So let's get into it first off. There are a lot of great wildlife bridges in europe like the netherlands and belgium have great bridges that go over there roads. There australia has a bunch. They're super successful recently in the us. The utah department of transportation and utah state. University built the parleys canyon wildlife overpass and it has been an awesome success. It goes over six lanes over. I eighty in utah and initially. The experts were very cautious. It was built in two thousand eighteen and they said might take a little while for animals to start using it. But they've got great video showing all kinds of animals. Already using it moose. Porcupines deer and bears most wildlife. Bridges are just for animals but there are a few that are mixed use like humans can walk over them to one of these mixed-use bridges is at san antonio's hard burger park in. This one has just officially opened in the last few days and almost immediately opossums rabbits deer and coyote all started using the robert. L b tobin land bridge. This one is particularly interesting to me. Be as food. Water and shelter are built into the design of the land bridge to quote from this texas public radio article to water. Bubbler placed at the wildlife. Blinds provide a year round water source the trees shrubs and grasses on the bridge all native in attract wildlife searching for food the vegetation also provides shelter protecting animals from predators as they crossed the land bridge according to a news. Release very exciting and it looks like it's going to be extremely beautiful and plans are afoot for the world's longest wildlife bridge that would cross between iowa and illinois. Currently a fifty five year-old concrete bridge is getting retired in the idea of turning it into a wildlife bridge is now in active consideration by iowa and illinois departments of transportation it would be particularly beneficial for the american bison. A another planned bridge is out in los angeles california in liberty canyon. A cougar bridge. There are so few cougars living out in the wild and their populations of become really isolated. So they are not interbreeding and diversifying genetically so this future bridge would give the opportunity to connect different populations and improve their breeding and stop them from becoming roadkill while. I was looking around two bridges. That really stuck out to me. Were the christmas island crab bridge. Which if you've got a second you should definitely look up. 'cause it's great as well as turtled tunnels that go underneath a japanese train track which are also extremely cute and finally a bridge that at this point is just a concept. It's called the butterfly effect. And it's a bridge more like a series of nets that would cover a dutch highway and allow for butterflies and other insects to safely travel over the highway by keeping them above the traffic. So broadly speaking. Today's good news is that there are people who are very actively trying to find ways for humans and animals to coexist even though we've got these big ugly highways all across our planet. There are plenty of people who are working to make sure that animals can get over them or under them. That's good news. I've got for you today. Enjoy the rest of your day. Thanks for listening..
Hacks on Tap with David Axelrod and Mike Murphy
"bridges" Discussed on Hacks on Tap with David Axelrod and Mike Murphy
"Is to show people that yes we can still do. Big things in america on a roger wicker you mentioned earlier. Feels that way as well. And i think that's the hope here is that There are still some things that we can get done but look it's difficult right. The republican party is Still very much linked donald trump. They are having a hard time moving past him again because most of their votes don't want to pass them. I think that is the biggest impediment now. And so i think that has created a huge challenges in the body politic going forward and to be fair democrats have proposed a pretty outside. The ambition of this is not sort of biden coming in with a very modest proposal So i thought i think the republicans have had a hard time with that so no i think we're still in a period of immense polarization. It's not clear. And i think this summer will tour tell us but it's not clear what we can get done But i think infrastructure in policing two issues. I would watch in june july. Can we get progress. Ordeal on those two issues with a tulsa rate. A great you next trip jamar. Where's your next story. Well that's a good question. I'm plotting that right now. It may be close to home because my home state. The commonwealth of virginia is having its primary For governor light governor ag next tuesday so That is coming up here. And they notoriously shy retiring. Terry mcauliffe is trying to reclaim his old job. Gives don't ask another question because we if we will stiff the listeners. We do is going to say to everybody out there. What for jonathan's Byline in which interesting city in virginia. He pegues his primary story from it arlington. And that's so boring. Come on jeff.
Hacks on Tap with David Axelrod and Mike Murphy
"bridges" Discussed on Hacks on Tap with David Axelrod and Mike Murphy
"They're still significant differences. On how to pay for this this bill and i think until unless those are resolved. It's gonna be difficult for them to find common ground. Yeah i agree with all that and by the way the fight is over that republicans want user fees which are really really unpopular. I don't know why they would Why they would attach themselves to those. I guess because they don't want to raise corporate taxes but But there's another thing you know Bob casey was on the tube over the weekend and he said serve the quiet part out loud. Which is we've got to do this So that joe mansion and the other moderates see that we we tried and i spoke responding administration. Who said you know. We can't just get caught trying. We actually have to try In in if we're going to get a mansion and cinema for example to go along if they have to go a one-party route on this through budget reconciliation. Yeah i certainly grew jonathan. I think that The joe biden. He talked a lot about how things would be different if he were president. And i think he's got a decent amount on the line just to say in. Show that What he was saying for all those months has some truth to it. And i think jonathan's point as well you know if republicans are going to sign up for a biden initiative. It might be building roads and bridges. It be might not be a whole lot beyond that but it might be that. But i think the last part that you mentioned ax is truly important. Which is joe. Manchin is is in a state in which joe biden got a Perilously low number of votes and he can't just turn around every three or six months and sign up for reconciliation. That stuff's a few trillion dollars worth of stuff through the senate on a fifty fifty. Vote so You know. I think mansion has some I think he genuinely believes in. The institution wants to see that it can work. And i think democrats have to show him either a it can or be it never will be able to and the only way to make progress is to go this alone. So it's it's imperative that they do this. It isn't just a a show. Yeah this and that's kind of the subtext of this whole thing where The between those who believe that you can still do things Through regular order and in the old way and the other the other theory that that that those days are gone and It's just a a partisan power politics here. Here's what gillibrand had to say. Well we've seen this time and time again Minority leader mitch. Mcconnell has already said his goal is to defeat the agenda of this administration. We just had a vote on january six riots and only had six strong souls to vote with us. That's a problem. And i don't think there's necessarily goodwill behind all negotiations and i think the american people elected us to solve the problem of cova to rebuild the economy rebuild the infrastructure and. I think it's our moment to act so j mart. Yeah that is the debate right. Yeah and you hear that from the left in the democratic caucus especially of like look. They don't wanna do serious deal what they are willing to do as a shadow but we actually want to do. Let's get on with it but acts united mentioned this immigrants. That the bob casey quote. It's not that simple. Because even if they scotch the bipartisan negotiations and say okay we're going to do with fifty and we're on jam jam through on a party line. Vote will then. You've got to reopen negotiations except for this time. it's now a with democrats. That was shelley moore. Capito with joe manchin. Cureton cinema maggie hassen. Chris coons The list goes on a lot of sort of moderate democrats. And you know what will they agree to with fifty votes. How much can you include. How much will it cost. How do you pay for it. That is not a one week extras right. I mean take a while. Which is why they. I think are serious about negotiations and serious about the deadline. There's a house markup. I think next week and how they orient that is going to be affected by by these negotiations. What about mcconnell you guys. Yeah because it seems to me mitch. Mcconnell's about power and mitch mcconnell's about Trying to regain the senate majority is playbook from the obama. Years is pretty clear. Which is if you run on a platform that says i can work on a bipartisan basis. I can build bridges you know and so on and this is interesting building. Bridges and infrastructure discussion but for mcconnell. Those bridges are not helpful for mikhail blowing up. Those bridges is important because if his members cooperating with the administration has he said in a famous interview with the new york times. Carl two thousand and ten am he. He said then everybody will think they've figured it out. And so can mcconnell allow these negotiations to go on and prove successful or will he do everything he can as he did on the commission. Vote to blow the thing. Well i think you're right and your assessment that he will make a political judgment and so the question is is a politically better for the republican party to show that they're not merely obstructionist actually can negotiate in good faith and get something done or is it better for them politically just to oppose everything. Run on the real and perceived excesses of the current democrats and power at have appear under still message on. I think he's trying to figure that. Out and i think that's why he has been willing collect capital go as far as he has because i think there is some element of this wouldn't look bad for the voters if they show was willing to actually get some stuff done here. It was striking to me in. Jila brand mention this her remarks when he said back in kentucky that he's one hundred percent focused on stopping this administration. You know this is a great example of how trump gets in the heads of all republicans that he said that because he was trying to avoid commenting on trump right and in his effort to avoid any mention of trump whatsoever. He went further than he wanted to go about the current administration because he was so determined to avoid taking the bait on trump that he went to the next day in day after he recalibrated his comment and said we're trying to push the administration to the middle politically. Not trying to stop them entirely. Well obviously democrats have have not Have not given up talking about his statement..
"bridges" Discussed on Overnight Drive
"Leg getting old. You know romney's really is living on borrowed time terrible not a not a great role model for people men. Whatever i don't know you know what this whole time. I watched sopranos. I re watched it. And i watch all the scenes where he's at the accept the psychologists and i kept saying no. Actually he's right. So yeah maybe yeah. Maybe dr melfi was wrong. Dr melfi yay think tony soprano was right. I almost put her rape scene on here. Not because it was a good ziemba just because it's so fucking hard to watch that. It's like wow. That was a spectacular and seen but it doesn't doesn't fit with the guy who works with the salad. Yeah i remember the first time. I watched it so fucking hard thing to sit through a sounds no knots trying to make here wolf brutal all right number four dodger. No fees rape scene number four andrews number four rebel. God thank you craig. The scene where they have fin sit down with everybody else. Splaine veto did and they get upset when he goes wait. He was catching. Not pitching veto was blowing yet. Yeah he was the other way around really really good. Seen was great. Finn was great. Finish are really weird. Pick for meadow. Who had her pick of the litter. Restrain shift strange character. Yeah she's all going to columbia thinks she's cool. She got anybody she wants. Jamie lynn siegler looking. Good all right my number four. I don't know fat. Dom gets killed for being a dick really good. He goes into heels into drop off the The bag the short bag. The bag was off the drop off the bag for the boys and the back of such rallies and then he Takes a little step too far. So i was making fun of. People should make fun of. He's on his way to meet his daughter and I forgot the name. Oh oviedo stabs him and kills him. Good that yellow phone rings which is most likely daughter wondering where he is his phone rings with ryan van wyk and the other line so honestly where are you eventually. Where are you number. Three number three guys. So many of these faulk three more. The scene where tony confronts noah at the front door about being black. Oh my god that's pretty fucking wild seed trying to be meadows boyfriend. Yeah that's That is a fucking seen so that one and then like all right cut like okay a rail or now leave now it's pretty wild establishing himself as not only a heavy but a bad person. This is pre desert peyote trip tony. It's a different guy different back then. I forgot about the desert trip number three me. Gloria trillo the mercedes dealer gets shook down. Oh yeah and i forget. The name of the guy who's one of the identical twins what is his name pazzi pazzi points. A gun at her and says and my face is the last one. You'll see a won't be cinematic great. Because it's tony's crazy girl who threw a stake at his neck and he's like all right. I'm done and i'm gonna go as i think we're all been on this position before. We wish we could hire a hitman. Oh yeah to keep our crazy exco home but or a crazy ex boyfriend. Whatever a crazy. Xm friend it's you know. It's i don't want to talk to you. Keep talking to me. I'm gonna hire hit. And i'm gonna to make them friend fucking chapter on. This is going to be. Yeah i wanna hire patsy to go to your squat and pull a gun on you and say my face is the last one you'll see won't be cinematic. I want you to stop talking to ronrico ronrico. If you talk to ronrico again it'll be my face will be the last one you see and it won't be cinematic as was like well. She's like lying on a mattress on the floor. So okay all right dude. Whatever run rica throwback to like the mid one hundred's ronrico number two for me number two holy shit near the end of the first season the first season. Thank you. that's it that's it. we're the priests comes over for the barbecue. And tony's like. Oh yeah you're staying over right really fucking good seen excellent. That's great. I remember that scene nancy. Just pure terror number two for me. My favorite character and the sopranos ever the heavy furio furio smashes the massage parlor. Oh that's such a nation as tony's right hand man and henchmen and most trusted henchman. He goes in there. And the fucking mega symphony in the actual series mega symphony destruction. Cats playing which is rules and he beats beats up a couple of people and then he shoots the guy in the knee and then he punches the woman a real talian and he gets blood on his face. That's awesome off man. That is a great scene. Fuck i didn't think about that now. I think we both have the same number one. I purposefully didn't pick this because i knew you were going to blow andrews number one dance so many. Leave the cheese on the floor. I like cheese by my feet. That's not even by number one. But it's just i i know i left that for your list and it didn't make it sound like fucking i'm gonna throw it in there. I have so many other. This is crouching the morning takes everything knocks the ground. Goes there have fun so good. All right. I love cheese by my phone. That's your number one..
"bridges" Discussed on Overnight Drive
"In that circumstance texture. Being able to. You're right because you think this guy's being an hessel right kind of care though. I mean it's like. I'm not gonna jump off a bridge because the think people can tell that though this should i will. Yeah i agree. Whatever lives fun but anybody's gonna jump off a bridge lately. It's not me like everybody every wrote me and ask if you were okay and then was like yes. They really fucked up my fantasy league like i don't care. Yeah i finally got out of the stupid fantasy league. I was in thank god. I'd like. I don't care what your fantasy shift. I don't care about any of your fantasies at all. Not i just had a moment of them at a moment of insecurity which doesn't happen at all very often. But i was like do people not like me. I literally am. I dislike the the annoying person with knox is running towards his phone down. A hallway like the rewind is fucking slipping from underneath them. He cannot wait to have knox moment. Oh boy tell me he loves me. Yeah i'm just thinking about it. I don't usually think about that stuff. And i was like well. I can't people. Ask me if i'm okay. Yeah that's weird. I think that they were actually concerned. They would of it scared of me though. I might just like to way too much braggadocio that prove myself to be do confidence nike struggle. I can. I mean you're old. Roommate told me you were terrifying at work. That was years ago. Because i was bad barometer but for i guess for a quiet person you you can be very intense and loud. I think i can be very intense and loud too. But maybe i'm at a lower or maybe i expect low volume which is why i don't know i sure i'm not sure. Well either way fucking. I don't respect coward's i'm sorry. I don't respect cowardice but yeah crush all fake so just like you know it's like hey hello because it is easier to talk to somebody else like what's going on. That's the you've got a layer of protection there trojans because if you wrote me and you're like man have about the giants as like fucking fuck you suck cock and shit you'd be like all was real man. I was like totally expected runs during my childhood because all i did was washed fucking seahawks shit pushed in until two thousand six. Yeah so like. It's fine mike really if you look at like the not. So storied history of the seahawks. There were fucking like experiment and being terrible abbas ever of trent dilfer fucking awful awful awful and now we're pretty good but not really not that you're getting ready to trade russell. Wilson is a couple of years. We have to start thinking about what we're going to. Who's next on his band. She can't like i've geno smith all all all no shit on thinking like a wet. Get rid of him while we can get something for. Jeez and then get a dude. Whisper a dude from the traffic years ago. I feel like he lies. Still got a couple of years in a small amount retirement. Right right jeff garcia. Back right ladies and gentlemen. We're announcing the new quarterback for the seattle seahawks. Please welcome jeff garcia. Hey guys just want to let you know. I'm really happy Guys gun tibo. Now imagine that like a couple of years under him you know. He's he's matured a little bit. Or johnny football tibo now. Check that game. We did yeah. it was pretty bad game abysmal. That was so bad. And i was like i didn't. It wasn't even mad angeles. There wasn't even now. You're having a great time. I was actually. We're having a splendid time. Everyone who can hear my voice. We're going out on saturday in albany. Pack tapping the wolfpack has happened. And maybe at the clubhouse maybe the governor announced today that has to reopen just talking weird scene that they call like that comb found you on the back patio with the propane. So who now. Free from the chains of trump is giving everybody hope. Did you see that i do. You think it's a trump thing no 'cause didn't trump throws open it up at lake is down for whatever honestly. I think it's because we talked about this a little bit coming in. There's nobody left to hate right now. Oh yeah we're out. Like i said before he is going to be old. You've erin listening known enough to yell at look at the end of february when everybody's got nobody left yale. There's no trump to be mad at anymore. There's no like there's no no. There's no mechanic of your demise and all the hashtag resists starbucks moms are going to be screaming at their husbands in marshall's parking lots for the entirety of february. Get ready back. America is back. And i couldn't be happier so yeah so i think there's no one there's no let's get mad magazine and i'm gonna fucking dunk on. They're gonna get mad cow. i. I've never been angrier at a people in my life than the us right now. But you know. I'm this person's country in the world army in the world. Let's get the defense budget going baby. I know everyone in. The army has declared a domestic terrorists. You know i want. I want this by binding to be like eisenhower. On just wanting to fix the infrastructure. I would love. That'd be if. I can drive to work without falling down a pothole the size of my body. Can we please trust issue. All right. here's my weird idea. Why is there not an uber for government jobs. We're like you know. I need some scratch today. And you go on the site and they're like okay cool. Can you paint cool. You need to paint. This bridge did though in the thirties and fifties okay cool. Let's do it again. Going through americorps through a phone app or you. Yeah i wanna do this shit. Understanding that people are gonna do a bad job. Take a while but it's government. That's how eisenhower built the interstate system. Youthful let's do it again. Let's get fucked and get out. You know how to well that's awesome. Welcome to your eighteen dollar. An hour uber. Job welding bridge get the fuck out who it. I drive over the twin bridges every day. And it's like. I looked at it today. A little rusty whole michael. This might to every bridge over drive over in the back of my mind mike. Is this going to be the one. That's why i am not afraid of bridges. I'm just afraid of american. Bridges built before in the past twenty years. Actually david bridget. st louis. I'm afraid american bridges. Talk gabrielle's the cookie. Qatar asong lives in troy. Is that right. Yeah we have risk. We've reeves gabrielle's on just playing guitar. Malcolm gladwin lives in hudson and go down there and talk about the tipping point with them. Why why are you talking about. Who are you. I would love to talk really upsetting me and my wife. I assume a married right. Dan hicks once. Oh yeah that's right had a little We have a little tent there for a moment Onto shows for inch leak goes. I met want to be the basis for whole melissa often mayor. Why do i know that. 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Sorry we gotta go. What what that was. That was not an option for us in two thousand six. no one was letting estate. No no no no no no no no no. I was like jesus. I don't know no. Yeah that was not an option for although should have been like. Somebody should've just say great right. It make sure mr to just like mike. Okay i'll do. I'll do a credit card off shake. It was so it was hard to get a weird predatory college credit card. That you max. Oh my god yeah. I'm paying it off. I'm still paying. I say those like a decade ago you already paid. if you're just paying interest on it now. I could could pay. It all does not like ebola. It's down to like thirty five dollars a month. She just pay it off. You've probably should the whenever it's cool that you desire hanging onto that. It's like a discover card a high limit if yeah smart move as the that was the motto for discover. Got this covered card smarter. 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But i do appreciate that teams are like we're just gonna put like four guys in the court because of their just keep their like they don't. They're not postponing games. They're just like we're going to five guys that's cool. I love that. that's great. This is a great weekend for football. Yeah well kind of talks loss. But i i love a seahawks meltdown. Because that's that's my childhood that they lost and everybody texted me to see if i was with you to see how you were brought about that now i have. I have a question for everybody in the room right now. I consider everyone in the room of really good friend. Including craig and unapproachable. No because chris you constantly with some real bullshit xactly but people were texting you to ask me how i was. I gonna receive zero texts. I never received any tax. Nobody ever talks to me. Honestly do you feel like. I do a little just because like i literally once a week. Dan lefavor right me about a queen video he saw and that is like it. He never texted. I had friends. But just like not approachable. Am i not like like do. People are.