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"bulwer" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:17 min | 6 d ago

"bulwer" Discussed on KOMO

"Heidi Jessen started her German bakery 10 years ago. And now the Lake City Waste stop has become the community's third place to slow down, See a while and connect with good friends. Now the term Kathy klatches of German word meaning a gathering around coffee at the turn of the 19 hundreds, It was common for men in Germany to socialize inside their neighborhood Public house. Women at the time were not welcome in those houses. So the German housewives developed their own social gathering, small groups began getting together in their kitchens to sip coffee and chat. The trend quickly caught on and soon became know as the Kathy clashed. Treats at the next Cafe Bakery ranged from traditional Germans, sweets to sugar cookies and the super popular extra large pretzels, which she even sells wholesale to other restaurants in town. They are that sought after she also hand makes incredible breads like a corner brought seed bread and a land brought Ryan White sour dough all over bred stem from family recipes and baked good she grew up with in Berlin. More info on Cathy Clash can be found online right now go to Seattle, right? Fine dot com slash radio. Here's something to keep in mind if you work from home and improper workplace set up can do damage to your body, local occupational therapist says. The first thing she looks at is a person's chair, Caitlin Bulwer says. The ideal chair doesn't have arm rests supports your lower back and your feet should touch the ground. She says. Adjust your chairs, height. So the middle of the computer screen is at or just below eye level, Bulwer says. Good organ. Onyx isn't just physical. It's also mental. Make sure that you've got a quiet space that's well lit a comfortable chair and that you are standing up, moving, taking breaks and getting outside. So how do you know when to seek medical care for that discomfort will bore says If something interrupts your thoughts or activities during the day, Don't let it go. That little pinch could be nothing, but it could be something she says. Don't wait until becomes so bad that it takes weeks of treatment to fix its Cuomo's holly money. No, Uncle Dan Mom, Dad, if you still your guns properly, so not just anyone can get to them. I'll feel safer.

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"bulwer" Discussed on ChupaCast

ChupaCast

06:34 min | 10 months ago

"bulwer" Discussed on ChupaCast

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"bulwer" Discussed on ChupaCast

ChupaCast

06:12 min | 11 months ago

"bulwer" Discussed on ChupaCast

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Inside The Women Of Troy

Around the Rim

03:12 min | 1 year ago

Inside The Women Of Troy

"Welcome inside a special edition of around the rim. One that tells the story of the nineteen eighty three and eighty four championship teams for the USC Trojans. Their women's basketball program was a trailblazer in. Its own way where they had almost a super team of some of the biggest names in college. Basketball Cheryl Miller Cynthia Cooper panic. Paula McGee What Dynasty. They were what a talented team so fun to watch. I'm your host. Let's China Robinson. Join as always by my fantastic and fabulous producer to Riga foster bradsby. Then we are going to take you inside with some of the biggest names in biggest contributors to the success of that team and people that can tell the story the best. That's right the China so to help us tell that story. We've enlisted. Six people knew this team the best head coach. Linda Sharp assistant coach. Fred Williams team captain Juliet Robinson Point Guard Rhonda Wyndham forward. Pamela MCGEE AND GUARD CYNTHIA COOPER DYKE. So throughout this podcast. You're going to hear them. Discuss their relationships together coming together as a team learning how to play with each other learning each other on the prime that they have in USC and what it meant to be a Trojan and what it was like as far as the landscape of women's basketball at that time the rivalries. I'm you're going to get to know more about the players in from their teammates themselves. And you'll hear clips from Geno Auriemma Reggie Miller. Doris Burke teasha Chiro the nineteen eighty-four Olympics Paula. Mcgee and the cause from the championship games of nineteen eighty three and one thousand nine hundred eighty four. Let's all get a history lesson from the inside of what was so special about USC. Women's basketball in the women of Louisiana Tech University and the University of Southern California trojans outlet more southern California at forward six three junior from Flint Michigan number eleven all over more southern California at Bulwer from Riverside California number thirty one zero southern California Singer. Six three junior from Flint Michigan over thirty southern California had guard a by rescued from New York City. We're southern yard five nine zero number or no

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Invulnerable to Danger - Part 1

The Finer Points - Aviation Podcast

08:14 min | 1 year ago

Invulnerable to Danger - Part 1

"Welcome back to the points But you know I'll be honest with you guys. It was a heavy week for me. Somebody pointed out to me that I was recording literally last Sunday. When I said it was a rainy Sunday? I'm recording. The podcast lost in space. Ace about spatial disorientation. When the Kobe crash happened that Kobe crash got to me? And I think it got not just because it's such a tragedy raggedy that all of those people died and I for sure you know have felt the sad feelings for Kobe's family and and for everybody that was on the helicopter her all of his friends and spend time thinking about his daughter in their final moments. And all this stuff very very tragic but I think what really kind of broke my heart was it made me feel as though my job was is futile. It made me feel like trying to make a difference for pilots. Honestly like I sat there thinking. Gosh am I just preaching to the choir you know as every single angle person listening to the finer points not the people that actually need to hear the information not just led me down that path of thinking about the fact that an eight thousand two hundred hour our pilot died and took those people with them doing something that kills more people than all other weather phenomena combined and I know that accident. You know the information's not back yet. We don't know exactly what happened and all of that sort of stuff but I think we know enough that we can say it's not auto mechanics. Failure wasn't like the tail separated or anything. I mean all the wreckage came down in one spot and the bottom line is the pilot was operating via far and inadvertently advertently flew into IMC that is called Vr into IMC and it kills more people than all other weather phenomena combined icing thunderstorms Lightening Wins Wind. Shear you name it via far I MC is by far the biggest killer so the thing that got me was. There's there's no way that Kobe's pilot didn't know that eight thousand two hundred. Our helicopter copter. Pilot didn't know that. Of course he knew that the problem says he didn't feel vulnerable to it and that's really the beginning of the work we have to do. That's the real work. We have to do look safety matters to everybody. It really really does if you don't know it We've been here before in the one thousand nine hundred eighty s if you go back and look at the airmen certification statistics for about nineteen eighty or nineteen eighty one. We're back in the early eighties. We had just under under a million pilots. I can't remember the exact number but it's just under a million pilots. That's that's almost four times as many three and a half times as many pilots pilots. We have flying today right. What happened was they were crashing like crazy? The training wasn't good. The procedures weren't good people were crashing and people bulwer suing each other and suing. The manufacturer is not just of the airplanes but everything the radios the the propellers met a guy in one of my fight instructor renewal. We'll classes that was brought into a lawsuit because his student his former student had purchased a baron and ended up committing suicide in the baron and and it was about one hundred million dollar lawsuit. Everybody everybody who made anything that went into the plane got sued and this. CFI's telling me he got roped into the lawsuit because he did not specifically enter a training record for specifically teaching this guy how to not kill himself honest to God this is why he was brought into the suit so he tells me. This is the kind of shenanigans that shut the whole industry down. Sassen said we're out everyone said we're out. And why would you stay right so Cessna. What was the year eighty? Eighty eight eighty nine eighty seven. Something they stopped making airplanes. They said we're done. We can't handle this liability. And you know what happened. Those million pilots just shrunk down to about two hundred hundred thousand pilots just took the head right off the industry because of safety. Mind you this isn't you can argue all you want about frivolous lawsuits and this. That the the other thing and that's a whole different podcast. But the bottom line is if people aren't crashing. People aren't getting sued so until in nineteen ninety four senator from Kansas got the Clinton administration to the past the General Aviation Revitalization Act which limited the liability of aircraft manufacturers and Lo and behold nineteen ninety. Seven says the stars making plans again. I'm that is the beginning of our of our modern story in my opinion Over the last thirty whatever years twenty five years. We've been working to repair repair the damage that has been done and we have been growing and we're finally starting to see pilot numbers growing over the last three to four years. You know more student pilot certificates being being issued more people coming into the industry. I can even see it literally. When I'm out and mid morning on a Thursday I looked down at at my ads? Traffic and I can see how many planes are out there practicing acting approaches. And doing other things you know in the middle of the week so I can see how many people are flying. The only thing that will prevent us from reaching a new you golden age and aviation reaching a million pilots again is if we continue to crash airplanes so it was heartbreaking to see somebody experienced somebody who knew better and somebody who so high profile die doing something that kills so many pilots. How do we affect that person? How can we change the safety mindset of somebody who feels invulnerable to danger and I'm saying it a bit like a rhetorical question because I do consider consider this my mission in my career? If there's one thing I can do I don't mean I wanna be a great CEO. Fine I want to provide training materials for everybody A Pin that that I definitely want on my vast is I helped develop ways to influence people that might not have seen the danger for themselves right that might be a little cavalier. That there's an old saying in flying. You can't teach judgment. I defy that I want to buy that. So let's talk about it a little bit This is where I mean. This is what my book is all about. The professionals have done this better than anybody. They've developed black and white personal minimums right. We've you've heard me talk about that. That is certainly one strategy writing those minimums down And committing to them as something that I'm currently trying to work on. I do understand that that is. We're we're the evolution of this process is headed for me. Another thing is helping pilots be aware of what's going on out there and nobody does a better job than the Air Safety Institute with accident accident recap videos and those are so accessible now on youtube if you're A CF. I make sure your students are watching a good healthy dose of those throughout training. Make sure they're burning into their memory Marie. Some of these accidents stories that are in your opinion anyway critical. There are so many stories in my mind that every now and again I find myself in a flying flying situation and I think oh Jeez this is a little bit like that story from an I can break the accident chain right then and there on the other thing is if you're a CF. I make sure you're teaching the hazardous sir attitudes as not like individual people Initiative just blown them off either. You're you're teaching. Your students that hazardous attitudes exist in all of us and this pilot who was out there flying with Kobe was exhibiting invulnerability is the specific hazardous attitude attitude. That he was he felt invulnerable obviously And if we learn to recognize them you know it's not like he was a horrible pilot. Maybe he didn't even find that way all the time. Maybe he got into a conversation with them at lunch. Would you know let you into his thinking. And you think Oh this guy's wise and he make smart decisions or whatever but at the at the end of the day. He's involved in an operation where his invulnerability killed. Everybody is feeling of unknown on vulnerability did but so make sure. You're teaching your students to watch out for those hazardous attitudes because I think if we externalize them and think of them as all that Macho guy from the flying club. I'm not going to be like him right if we if if we put it off onto somebody else then we won't notice it when it starts to appear in our in US right so those hazardous attitudes are quite critical bill.

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Candidate Akram, John Bulwer And Vistan Bill discussed on Hidden Brain

Hidden Brain

00:34 sec | 2 years ago

Candidate Akram, John Bulwer And Vistan Bill discussed on Hidden Brain

"Now to John Bulwer residents are voting today in a closely watched mayoral election. It's being seen as a referendum on president territory on today's vote, a rerun after the initial election handed a narrow victory to an opposition candidate to rediscover. Scared is in his tumble, outlying district Vistan Bill supporters of the two main political parties faced off at a bus. Stop doing fifteen minutes and often fifty minutes via doing Jehan fifty minutes. That's a supporter of opposition. Candidate Akram memo

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"bulwer" Discussed on Bang the Book

Bang the Book

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"bulwer" Discussed on Bang the Book

"Appalachian state already have ten wins won the inaugural sunbelt title game. Now, your coach is gone. You sort of wonder here, you know, there's not as much incentive for them as maybe we've seen in previous bowl seasons. Yeah. And when you're not button up, and this is the point that I was just thinking of when you're not but up, and you're dealing with the tractions. I'm not sure, you know, in the top five in this country as far as distracting cities New Orleans, the bus place to go if you're dealing with a lot of distraction. So yeah, I get I get it. I don't see the what's the to play for as far as apps state. I get eleven wins. And that'd be nice and a cap on a good season. But you won your conference championship. You got the ten wins. I think most your goals are already accomplished. So yeah, I'm open. I mean, it sounds good on paper right now. We'll see what happens. I again, I really like middle Tennessee. That's a great point about about the destination here being in New Orleans because you know, that's something that we'll talk about next week when we get to something like the Bahamas ball, or, you know, the Gasparilla Bulwer south Florida's just playing at home destination matters a lot too and you get excited. Go to certain places, and some places can be more of a distraction as you said if you're not ready to go. So that's an excellent point there to wrap up the wickets Saturday. So let's go to Tuesday night here. Obviously the NFL gets the spotlight Sunday and Monday. So we're gonna Tuesday for the next bowl game, Boca Raton bowl UAB, northern Illinois. Once again that faded a MAC showing up UAB from a one point favorite to a two and a half point favorite and some shops. Maybe threatening to go to three here soon. Yeah. Let's talk about the fate of the MAC. I mean since Christmas day two thousand fifteen the max one in ten in bowl games three seven and one against the number. So I mean, that's why you're seeing the fate of the MAC I and I think specifically this also fade of northern Illinois head coach rod Carey's, Owen five straight up. Oh and five against the spread of bowl games in those five games. Northern Illinois gotten outscored by twenty five points for game sailed to cover the spread by eighteen points per game. None of those five games came under a touchdown from the spread as far as northern Illinois failing to cover so faint against the MAC and fade against rod Carey's, proven to be one of the worst bowl coaches out there, you know, UAB last year look completely like a teen. I was just happy to be in a bowl game in the Bahamas bowl at a great season. And then got killed by Ohio this year. I think they're on a mission finish the job school record. Eleventh went for them won their conference championship. Actually both teams when their conference championship. Anything under three. Yep. Definitely for me. I'm on the UAB side. I agree. I'm glad you mentioned the Bahamas bowl. 'cause that. That's the old. Bill Clark as far as I'm concerned should have been coach of the year last year for what he did with that blazers program, but all the excitement, you know, such a great year overachieved, and then you lose forty one to six in the bowl game. And it kind of you know, sort of downplays what you accomplished a little bit because that's the lasting memory that everybody had coming out of last season. So this year, you know, they were motivated we're on a mission. And I think you know, like you said there, I think that that mission continues over into this game. Yeah. And that's what I'm counting on. Well. I mean one thing that does worry me. It's been brought up so much northern Illinois being so poor and bowl games. So to me in on one factor. And that's why there's more art than science sometimes on one factor. You gotta consider how bad they've been in bowl games. But then the other factor is made been reminded of it all week long. So that would be my concern here. And why I mentioned three you got a very low total here forty three nine on a points here. So I if it gets very key number three, I it'd be a lot less inclined to be laying the blazers. Yeah..

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U.S. announces sanctions against 17 Saudis over Khashoggi's death

Fresh Air

01:01 min | 2 years ago

U.S. announces sanctions against 17 Saudis over Khashoggi's death

"Saudi prosecutors announced they'll seek the death penalty for five people yet to be identified that it says are responsible for Jamal Khashoggi. Steph. Among those sanctioned by the US are sowed L Kettani, a Royal court adviser and communications director for crown prince, Mohammad bin Salman and Mohammed ELO Taibbi. He was consul general, and is Dan Bulwer kashogi was killed on October. Second. Meanwhile, Saudi Arabia wrapped up its investigation of the killing the top prosecutor says a former deputy intelligence chief plotted the operation to kill the Saudi journalist dispatching a team of fifteen men to Istanbul. The invest. Gatien found. No senior member of the Saudi Royal court was involved in kashogi staff, something Turkish officials dispute. Jackie Northam, NPR news, Washington. A group of seven women in New Hampshire is suing Dartmouth College for allegedly shielding predatory professors a criminal

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"bulwer" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"bulwer" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Truly is just too remarkably remarkably awful. There's a really cool piece. I found on twitchy. I'm not always a big fan of twitchy every now, and then they do a really good job cataloguing what's happening on social media. And they found this this Twitter account. Out of a Oklahoma, Heather Bulwer. I don't know. If I know Heather, I don't think I know Heather, and she's just started tweeting, some I guess some things that are on her mind some some random thoughts. I if if you will. Let me see if any of these work for you. She just started to go to go to town, a tax cut is not a handout. It is not money taken from the poor and given to the rich. Okay. Well that happens to be true. The constitution does not grant. You writes it acknowledges natural inherent rights and protects them from government. Infringement? Okay. I can I can get get down with that. The federal government does not pay for firefighters police officers, libraries, schools, roads or most other infrastructure in your community. Google city council. Well, now, we're into a show, right? She's taking all of these these memes. That are out there, politically and she's saying, no, here's the reality. I don't know what I don't know. Maybe she drunk when she did it or Justice is you had enough. This is kind of amazing in the unlikely event to Roe v. Wade is overturned America will not become a dystopia house gave full of dead. Mothers and unwanted starving. Children. Oh, come on. That's good. Right. That's good. She's just sitting them one or one by one. Your grandmother is not going to die immediately or before the cat bit of congress reform social security. That's that's true conservative do.

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"bulwer" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"bulwer" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"Of the anger that's been expressed, not just in Turkey with another countries in recent days. Is there a sense that in the end, whatever way, the United States Trump's on this issue and whatever evidence the Turkish authorities are able to gather the west will often path about this for a bit, but will fundamentally not want to alienate the Saudis. And so we'll probably let them get away with it. And it's always, it's always the reality, isn't it that they're that power and money and influence can determine policies and capitals far away. However, this case is truly remarkable. The details surrounding the journalists disappearance and his reported murder are so grizzly that it has captured people's attention and Saudi does risk kind of international revulsion over this act. It will probably be difficult to definitively prove that the the high, the highest levels of of the Saudi government, the prince, the king that they were fully engaged in part of this, at least the king is not the king so much as prints. However, there's been quite a bit of reporting, especially from the New York Times today that shows some of the people who were in Istanbul. At the time who had arrived from Riyadh have very, very close links to the prince himself. I gene yuckiness, John Bulwer investigations, continue into the disappearance and seeming murder of Jamal. Coachie. Thank you very much. You're listening to multiple twenty four..

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"bulwer" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"bulwer" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Abro government. Turkish newspapers published a gruesome account of the alleged killing of a Saudi journalist and says it has an audio recording to back it up the paper Yeni Safak says the audio proves that Jamal kashogi was tortured in the Saudi consulate in-incident Bulwer he'd gone to get the paperwork he needed to get married. Turkish officials have said investigators found proof of the killing when they searched the consulate the proof that the missing journalist met a violent end at the consulate grows is US secretary of state, Mike Pompeo visits Turkey bump ailments, separately with that country's president and foreign minister today. No details of those meetings have been released on pale says meeting with Saudi Arabia's leaders. Yesterday security promise that anyone found responsible for any wrongdoing would be held accountable here in the US a growing chorus voices calling on the White House to take a harder line with Saudis WBZ's. Josh binswanger spoke with former State Department diplomat. Nick Burns who worked under both Republican and democratic administrations and is now a professor of diplomacy at Harvard's Kennedy School Kirk advantage of they went after living in our country. One of our newspapers, and they've got to be told, and they're going to understand that cannot happen. Again, Senator Lindsey Graham previously staunch supporter of the Saudi says he's takes the alleged murder and evidence that was ordered by Saudi Crown prince Mohammad bin Salman personally. A mall in high school football team forced to forfeit a game against their rivals. Everett, high WBZ TV's Paul Burton explains why over the middle. It's caught nice pass. It's no secret that mauldin in Everett high schools have a long competitive rivalry when it comes to football. But this year the game has changed. In fact, now there is no gain hearing that was just kind of. Because that's something. Our whole team looks forward to every on Monday Maldon school officials decided to forfeit this week's game due to low numbers injuries and size during the course of the season numbers diminished through some injuries goodness. Self down to the point where thirty nine after players of which twenty two a freshman. Everett is six and now they won the Super Bowl last year and several championships over the past twenty year mauldin, which is not won a game all season still has four more to play. But this is the first time they've had a forfeit. More sports. Now the Red Sox and game four tonight of the AL championship series. WBZ's? Adam Kaufman in the aced dot com. Sports studio Red Sox will try for three one AFC as lead in Houston at eight thirty nine and the look to continue their road dominance. Boston's won all three of its away games. This postseason by a ridiculous twenty eight six margin. Jackie Bradley, jR, hit a grand slam and last night's eight to win and told Nessin widescreen has been so good way from Fenway turning the page every single day.

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"bulwer" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"bulwer" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

"But back then I must have just been like the ground is gonna spit, boiling water at me. Like I'd I'd believe in dark elves to SIMS. Actually, John Quincy Adams apparently on board president Adams was sympathetic to his idea, sympathetic, although did not not all the way to funding government expedition. Clearly, we know that since never got his expedition. Some accounts blame this on atoms only having a single term in office right that if the next election had gone differently, this is the big inflection point in our history. SIMS would have got his money and his, but this jump started a lot of real life. You know, even though the whole doesn't exist spoilers like this started a real, a lot of real life Arctic and Arctic expeditions like maybe people would not have been interested in going to the worst part of the world least habitable part of the world if there wasn't some central mystery. Some thing that might be in the middle of it to discover, yeah, there was always interest in exploring the southern reaches of the Arctic because people were looking for a northwest passage. There was always explorers. We're always trying to find a way to go around the major continents to the north and not the furthest expanse they want the closest shortcut. That's right. So there wasn't what I mean. There's no wealth to be found, presumably under the polar ice cap. But this was also the age of exploration, and I think you're absolutely right that that the idea that Shangri LA. Might be shining through a hole in the ice. Wouldn't that be a beautiful story that you'd follow the Northern Lights up there and then come upon a, it'd be like a casino look down into the hole and in there as like, Donna that that pretty hot. You know, a lot of the early fictional renderings have in addition to kind of benevolent tribes living there. There's also the idea that there's like throwback prehistoric animals in Jules, Verne's dirty to the center of the earth. There's I think, kind of dinosaur type creatures in the movie. It's just like geckos with Plato crests on their backs and then Edward Bulwer Lytton the man most famous in our day for coining.

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"bulwer" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"bulwer" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

"Important to not be proved wrong during your life because it's embarrassing parties. Well, and his concentric inner earth theory was not widely embraced at the time, but neither was it entirely ridiculed. Like you say, he was an eminent scientist, no way to disprove it no way to disprove it, but no way to prove it. So at lay somewhat dormant for a couple of hundred years until a man on American named John Cleves SIMS junior who was a successful military officer after his retirement from the army. Similarly conceived of the idea of a hollow earth. He claimed he was unaware of the work of Edmond Halley or the earlier theory, but Simms had a much more elaborate theory of a hollower it was and he ended. His is the key element which is there's an entrance. There's an entrance like Halley wasn't super invested in how are we going to explore the hollower. But since it's like we gotta we gotta get down there well, and so this is happening in eighteen eighteen when the North Pole is still terra incognita right? Robert Perry explored arrived at the North Pole, not until nineteen o nine. So the North Pole was extremely mysterious, and they're combining kind of the mystery of what's under the earth with what's up north up. Wouldn't it be beautiful if it was the same answer to both questions and they're not at this point, like it is the age of science. People are not speculating that there are devils inside the earth. But what if there was a utopia, there's a within the Indian tradition. There's a place called sham Hala which is like a utopian city inside the earth. I kind of it's maybe at the source of the myth of Shangri LA and shop hollow was brought back to the west sort of over time by different western explorers as this idea of kind of paradise inside the earth. And so there were other ideas of of what could be lurking beneath the surface. Kind of floating around with the cosmetology of time, not a lot of places to set science fiction, right? I mean, you have certain writers talking about trips to the sun or the moon. Those are two places where you could imagine weird other alien societies, not like ours, Cyrano, diversion, echoing to the moon, but a very tempting one would be the ground beneath your feet, who knows what's going on there. So science fiction was sort of a late later nineteenth century right after sins. You get. Earn and Edward Bulwer Lytton writing about utopias the might be in the earth. But since that it was real. Behind the bastards is a new podcast from how stuff works comedy division with host. Robert Evans, former.

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"bulwer" Discussed on Mike Drop

Mike Drop

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"bulwer" Discussed on Mike Drop

"I don't have exceptionally large testicles and I'm damn sure not the bravest guy in the platoon. I don't know why the fuck they called me that I think it just had a ring to it and people thought it was funny. But yeah, Mikey, big balls was my or just big balls was my nickname and in the platoons and it just kinda stuck there still a handful guys to this day when I answer the phone, that's the first thing I fucking, here's balls. It's kind of kind of ridiculous, but that's, that's all share on it. Zachary Bulwer as favourite concealed carry holster for your glocks. It kind of depends on which which one I'm caring. But I would say overwhelmingly, the g code holsters g. code. They're synthetic replied x. rather, and they've got like this kind of felt tight material coated in that just makes it really comfortable and absorb sweat, which I knows kinda nasty, but that's the reality of it. They're just, yeah, they're comfortable. They've got a nice, big fat clip that's easy to to put inside the waist or to take it out fast, but good retention and gather just just nice holsters. And I think I think it's a former marine owns the company if I'm not mistaken, but good, good ship. All right, Bailey are Hoffe. What kind of training do you think one should be doing before buds? The biggest thing is is more running than most people think. I think cross fit is good. I would. I would do more of the body weight type exercises and not focus quite so much on on the heavy lifts do some, but you need body to wait strength body to weight ratio, strength moving your own body weight around pulling up obstacle course bodyweight squats lunges, but he carries. You're going to have to be moving your own weight around a lot. So do a lot of that and also do way more running than you think you need to. You're gonna run six miles a day just to eat food. It's a mile away, the channel halls a mile away. So a mile a mile and mile back three times a day, just at a minimum. So just be smart about it. Don't show up stress fractures and your lower body all hammered shit be little. Little careful about a Kaplan asks, have you or any your seal brethren had any shared experiences with the coastguard lot of mother fuckers here that legitimately believe the US coastguard is not a military branch. We need clarification brought to the people from mic drop fucking puddle pirates. What. No, of course, the coast is a branch. They play an integral role in in the security of our country and and provide in enormous capability that way. I absolute have respect for them. We all liked to fuck with one another. You know, I mean, the marines. It's fucking men's of its department of the minute and the navy. It's the men's department or air forces, you know five star hotels and whatever. I mean, we all fuck with each other at the end of the day, yes, it's it's a legitimate branch, at least in my opinion and and I got got mad respect for them for the puddle pirates out there. Love you guys and and ladies who we couldn't Caitlyn two, two, three, nine, zero. What are your current goals and future goals? Professionally for the word foundation. Great question. For me, it's to continue to be a resource for any military or police, or you know, federal state, local law enforcement customs board troll, you name it any any working service dog that has served this country if they need to be. Rehome d- to avoid being used in is after their service I want to continue to to provide and be a resource for that number one number two is to grow in that capacity and capability to be able to maybe have an east coast branch and a west coast branch. You know, to accommodate even more of those if you guys one help out. Bala means go to.

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"bulwer" Discussed on Longform Podcast

Longform Podcast

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"bulwer" Discussed on Longform Podcast

"I'm gonna care about that now. Yeah, I, I have a very strong personal attachment to the novel. I always like to read novels, and I assumed that I would write novels. And then instead I ended up writing nonfiction because that's what I was able to publish at a certain time, and I got really into it and many aspects of it were delightful. And then I was writing essays and criticism and published this book of essays about Russian literature. And then I moved to stunned Bulwer. I just randomly got a job at the wonderful coach university as a writer in residence, and I was living there already been writing for the New Yorker, but I started writing about Turkey from Turkey, so I was sort of in this foreign. Correspondent like position, which was super exciting and not what I had expected or planned on at all, and it was fabulous, fabulous opportunity at the same time. I started to feel that there was a certain gap between the kind of writing that I wanted to do. The kind of writing that I imagine myself doing and the kind of writing that fits in magazines. And I, my plan was to write a book called the two lives, which was based on a phrase from a Chekhov story. The lady with a little dog about sky, realizing that he lives two lives and one is public unknown to everyone. And for some reason, maybe by coincidence, everything that's important him is hidden in the second one secret one, and I was writing these articles that were about very different subjects. None of them hugely topical. So they were, you know, I I was writing a story about cough gotta and then then I went to Turkey and I was writing about like football fanatics, and then there was one about Dante and then went about birdwatching. And I started to feel like an insane person because like for three months, I would just be like. Football, football, football. And then I was like the white headed Sandpiper like. But like I'm a person, right? So there was stuff that to me either arbitrarily and historically or because of things that I chose that connected all of those things. And I felt like that was some kind of story that I also wanted to tell. And like I understood why there's no place for it in the New Yorker. 'cause you wanna read an article, supposing that you wanna read an article about birds. You don't necessarily want to know the writers like intellectual history and their interest and cough. That's different thing..

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"bulwer" Discussed on MonsterTalk

MonsterTalk

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"bulwer" Discussed on MonsterTalk

"Yeah i saw documentary about that was very exciting i remember it yeah it was goodman they were looking for a lot of artifacts and sending researchers to try to find the true history of the area and race and all kinds of three and the organization was called the and one of the things that they they did they thought they the world i mean talk about flat earth they thought that the world was hollow and we were living on the inside so they actually sent missions out to see across the the inside of the earth is a way to weaponize living inside the hollower still again i don't i don't wanna talk about the fact that the nazi said the superior worldview but they're they're sort of willingness to entertain craziness you know lead them to make some very very serious developments at a time when jack parsons in his team out literally like working day jobs to on university research like that to me just seems raised that you would go to your job during the day take your wages and then go to caltech and user wage wages to to fund the universities research that you're doing for them i know that would be like like career working day job and spending all your money doing a podcast it's cray no no independent research the the emitting real we we've actually talked about if you go back to our history of magic this is from just book called the coming race by edward bulwer lighten and metal avant arkansas me night got us right it was a dark and stormy night is exactly right and so he writes his fictional book about real and about this i guess inner earth group and their magic and it comes up again and again and again it's a it's involved in the the the reboot with boulevard ski it's involved in lots of other stuff it seems awfully reminiscent of the shaver mysteries it's just it's just never going to die so and i think parsons was tapping into bring it back to that into this other kind of like the lima is the human manifestation of the will and one of the things that happens that i find really interesting you know seven degrees of separation this is my connection jack parsons is you know marjorie cameron goes on.

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"bulwer" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"bulwer" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"In order to liberate legs each here warned awry this is a but what we're time but but it is that coldblooded it is hey you i mean what was it last summer use in free agency and they gave him a fiveyear deal worth about thirty five million a year and now all of a sudden it's all yeah thanks for the memories peace peace i mean dass woods so hard to swallow coming up nowhere near bulwer blake is filling uh i never untraded big cut cut is different i think trade it is a little better because you know you gotta leninist spot contracts already know terms are agreed once you get over dammit la verses detroit you get over that part you kind of like i could still get my game all when you're cut is like what's next blake's not asa was next he knows was neck's truly what the bottle he months smooth rather as well specs it has no one is detroit for a while to because you are the people that know things or saying that looked at the he's almost impossible to move out of detroit he's going gonna be there for what and now this is where i love me some jerry west and yesterday i'm sorry if you're listening jerry was because i went in on your head because i had to displace my aggression somewhere you know he just the nearest warm body yeah yeah somebody got a field is painted outfielder and it was that you because i thought that he was a trader i thought he still had his laker colors on underneath look who's going rogue anand if it's clippers warm up he had also liquor colors liquor player laker exact and now he's over here chris paul go blake griffin god is like he's going from the top down say let me get them out of here so we know the better team in la lakers but i respect what he did and his so gangster this is gangrelated what he did there was a wink wink deal signed by blake griffin five years 175 whatever the exact.

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"bulwer" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"bulwer" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Of the russia gave deal the war on the fbi trust you saw the late breaking news at andrew mccabe the deputy director the fbi is basically quitting like right now and he has been the target of civil mounts of donald trump personal assaults this guy i mean andrew mccabe did you ever know the name andrew mackay this guy me andrew mccabe he was a deputy director the fbi nobody knew his name no way new delivering the way nosing the about the deputy directors the fbi is all a joke and so donald trump plucked him out and has been just publicly tonguelashing the guy and putting pressure on him and the attorney general's but putting pressure on the fbi right we heard last week that that gray the chris ray the director the fbi threatened to quit if if bulwer god sessions didn't leave them alone so what we're seeing here is the politicizing the destruction of the fbi the politicizing of all of the levers of juan forcement the nets exactly the kind of stuff the vladimir putin does if you ever wonder why donald trump was vladimir putin because they're the same kind of autocrat vladimir putin is a successful police state dictator criminal vladimir putin very successful police state dictator criminal donald trump aspires to be a successful police they dictate a criminal he's not nearly as smartest putin i mean i get all then he's putin's popit this putin owns the guy but this is why donald trump loves putin because who need these democratic norms pardon my use my own name in there but donald trump has no patience is no understanding for any of this stuff the bottom line of the matter is and it's ironic word on american so as you can tell we have rush she gave we got the fbi be politicised what is donald trump foreign policy almost anywhere anywhere i mean i notice foreign policy george mexico is build the wall and deport everybody back so i get than on mexico i can articulate that we've got republicans civil war owen sexual harassment did you see steve wynn steve wynn had to resign so they say as as the republican national committee campaign for he was the views the finance chair he was the finance chair absolutely of the republican national committee steve win the casino mogul and he's donated lots of hundreds of thousands of dollars to republicans so the harvey winds theme deal gets turned back around.

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"bulwer" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"bulwer" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Of the russia gave deal the war on the fbi trust you saw the late breaking news at andrew mccabe the deputy director the fbi is basically quitting like right now and he has been the target of civil mounts of donald trump personal assaults this guy i mean andrew mccabe did you ever know the name andrew mackay this guy me andrew mccabe he was a deputy director the fbi nobody knew his name no way new delivering the way nosing the about the deputy directors the fbi is all a joke and so donald trump plucked him out and has been just publicly tonguelashing the guy and putting pressure on him and the attorney general's but putting pressure on the fbi right we heard last week that that gray the chris ray the director the fbi threatened to quit if if bulwer god sessions didn't leave them alone so what we're seeing here is the politicizing the destruction of the fbi the politicizing of all of the levers of juan forcement the nets exactly the kind of stuff the vladimir putin does if you ever wonder why donald trump was vladimir putin because they're the same kind of autocrat vladimir putin is a successful police state dictator criminal vladimir putin very successful police state dictator criminal donald trump aspires to be a successful police they dictate a criminal he's not nearly as smartest putin i mean i get all then he's putin's popit this putin owns the guy but this is why donald trump loves putin because who need these democratic norms pardon my use my own name in there but donald trump has no patience is no understanding for any of this stuff the bottom line of the matter is and it's ironic word on american so as you can tell we have rush she gave we got the fbi be politicised what is donald trump foreign policy almost anywhere anywhere i mean i notice foreign policy george mexico is build the wall and deport everybody back so i get than on mexico i can articulate that we've got republicans civil war owen sexual harassment did you see steve wynn steve wynn had to resign so they say as as the republican national committee campaign for he was the views the finance chair he was the finance chair absolutely of the republican national committee steve win the casino mogul and he's donated lots of hundreds of thousands of dollars to republicans so the harvey winds theme deal gets turned back around.

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"bulwer" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:41 min | 3 years ago

"bulwer" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Weirdos todd night three wibc oh man we've got some breaking news from the worlds of pizza papa johns founder john schneider to step down as the eoe this announcement comes weeks after he criticized the nfl over all their protests stating that their protests were hurting his business as somebody that advertises with the nfl so poppa john john schneider stepping away rob kendall it's his company right correct so he's stepping down from his own company stepping down as c o he's still going to be on the board but he stepping down as the ceo this seems a little fishy to me because if it's about the nfl protests he's paying the nfl the money he's the boss but i wonder though and again we're starting to get into speculative things here if the nfl made a deal with them and said listen more keep you on board as our official partner we will still sell poppa john's pizza in every one of these stadiums on a sunday but you have to step down if you wanna stilts they'll be a part of the money you can remove yourself a ceo and take any other job if you're poppa john knowing that's the case what would you do i would say uh keep your pizza i have my pride but he's really rich and i'm here with you hammer so it seems like he made a decision that was best for business uh jeff sessions jeffrey bulwer guard sessions as ordered a brand new investigation into bill and hillary clinton and the uranium one scandal now nbc news is reporting there were allegations of corruption surrounding the process under which the us government approved the sale but no charges were filed the clintons are are could could be corrupt are you surely you just misspoke their hammer rub kendall filling in for nigel today i'll is this jeff sessions just trying to keep relevant trying to keep his job listen whenever people talk about wanting you remove door you know you're not doing what you want fireup an investigation in the clintons and everybody's happy will down it's gonna mcdonald's trump happy but look this was these allegations have been out there for a very long time before donald trump was ever considering running for president this is a huge huge deal so kudos to the trump sessions administration for at least looking into it and trying to get to.

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"bulwer" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"bulwer" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"The fan twenty seven the morning joan bulwer the fanciest sports now we're we're gonna get right to chris 'cause we actually have some breaking news of a pen david off i think had it's so go ahead to yes quickly first brought to you by redline tire pros in corona and freeport online at redline tire and why dot com not sheriff ken the only one who had it or brian cashman digest spreading the word but the yankee gm does indeed say he has done interviewing candidates for the yankees managerial opening he will make a recommendation based on the six guys he has a word skies rob thompson the bench go to the yankees right hensley mule bench coach of the san francisco giants aaron boone tv analyst eric wedge former indians manager and what does he knew nothing for the blue jays organ old while james right now carlos beltran obviously recently retired and then chris woodward from the dodgers right those year six interesting time whereas arod yeah he's whether an interview where's that david cone guess what you're not get more generally harrity the report would sean birdies is getting busy as what i'm talking about you got disease these are not sexy candidates i agree with out to me that you got rid of joe girardi no no disrespect maybe the next level managers there i've just surprised that's the thing they're not sexy but their control right i don't get the sense that had joe girardi was getting on the phone streaming o'brien kashmir disagreeing with me the to just like each other this isn't this where we were always headed once we found out what so what happens if they give it to rob thompson or how does that have yet series but i mean but he was like the bench coach for joe girardi yeah i mean how do you feel about that i could pull back at pull out the cuts riverhead conference called few weeks vaccines it's got to go nightmare albums overnight naturally very difficult when they are nine games in a row in rhode island much he loves gerardi's let's i think it's going to well that's a his fall none on the thing is is forwards but.

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