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Has the Internet Permanently Changed How We Speak?
"We'll come back to wild wild tech a show about the strange frankenstein's monster of technology and culture shambling through our lives. I'm josh rivera. And i'm doing erika weber. I am the frankenstein and joshua is the monster. Let me paint you a picture jordan. It's the early nineteen eighty s. we're in calgary alberta. It's cold because this is calgary and a man named wayne pearson. Is typing three letters online for the first time l. I think you're familiar with this. Wouldn't rate yes. It clearly means lots of love joshua. It's like it's laugh out loud right. Yeah i mean this one's everywhere right with a few exceptions like you just said like everyone gets it. It's an example of what we might call like. Internet speak which can be a phrase acronym or a word that was either born or popularized on the internet. Do you have any favorites. A oh laughing my ass off or ass for you over there what else. I never really liked raffle because it sounded too fluffy. Yeah funny funny thing about raffle ruffles. Actually fallen out of popularity. No one really use it anymore. Probably because they feel the same way you do so your your taste maker good. Everyone should listen to me more. I have a friend who just types wrecked r. e. t. all caps when someone gets there s handed to them but like only in a very minor inconsequential way. It feels a little stupid talking about this stuff right. But i also think it's fun i mean we're both riders and language is kind of easy to take for granted. It just sort of like works and you don't really appreciate for the thousands of miracles that it takes to make it work so talking to a link and we've got to here today just reminds you of how much magic there is and how we speak to one another. There are very obvious differences in the way we speak and like sometimes it's fun. Pack that but before we go any further we should because this is an english language podcast or naturally going to discuss english and because language is also culture. It's worth noting. A big part of how. The internet influence language comes from cultures borrowing from one another sometimes in ways that are not particularly great or well-considered. We're mostly focusing on the tech angle. Here as the cultural one is enough to fuel an entire podcast. Yeah much as. I would like to pitch that podcast. Personally you'd be better off going to listen to the allusion est within a by helen saltzman. She talks about this kind of thing. All the time and you know talks about the conflict between loving the english language and also knowing that it has committed atrocities so today. I'm going to introduce you to two of my favorite interviews so far. The first is someone who has around fifty years of experience in linguistics and comes from your side of the jordan. Well i'm david crystal academically. I'm honorary professor of linguistics at the university of banja. Here in north wales. Also really. I spend most of my time at home especially lockdown writing books about language in linguistics and the english language gender close aspects of the internet to. He's here to give us an understanding of how the internet has impacted our language and the ways. It has actually happened before but first he starts with something. That's a little bit surprising. For all the words we don't know and rapidly growing lexicon. The internet's impact on the english. Language is actually quite small. Not because there isn't a lot of change but because the english language is so vast. Let's just stay with english for the moment over the past twenty years. I'm sure the internet has added several thousand new words and phrases to the english language. But heck the english language has over a million words each many more than that nobody knows. How many so an extra few thousand isn't a big deal. As far as vocabulary is concerned and then grandma. Oh well as far as i can tell the grammatical constructions. We will using back in one thousand nine hundred ninety just before the win. Came in exactly the same as the grammatical constructions. You and i are using right now. According to professor crystal this has had a side effect. I'm sure you've seen before. Those who treat changes in the language as a sign of cultural decay. So i went to see a show by susie. Dent she does dictionary kona on a countdown. I don't know if any of this is meaningful to you countdown. british television program with word challenges and number challenges and she does the dictionary corner anyway. She did this show about language and she talked about how people are often very concerned about it. Changing her thing was the word. Mischievous people often pronounces mischievous because they think it rhymes with devious. But it's actually mischievous more people probably say mischievous that. It will probably just change the word that kind of thing. Yeah and this is one of the things that professor crystal talked about length. The languages nature change. It's not inherently good or bad. it's just change.
"calgary alberta" Discussed on Talkhouse Podcast
"Is off. It's your host elliott and horn. Welcome back to the talk house podcast on this week. Show a fantastic conversation. Teagan and sara chop it up with one of their my and our producer marks faith newer bands dead when we saw that. Sarah was tweeting repeatedly. About how much. She adored the group. We knew a talk house. Combo was in order to help me set up the show. Joining from the city of wind is josh modell executive editor. What is up elia. Hey man you guys have fallen chicago yet. It's cold and chilly. Can i make a quick public service announcement before we move further into this conversation. Please do good sir. The band's name is dead. It's spelled d. e. hd in case you wanna google it yes and you will want google it because these guys are fucking fantastic. Agreed josh a funny thing. I was friendly with emily from dead before either of us knew that the other was in the music game and mild band. Scotland yard gospel. Choir has played teagan. And sara. So i knew a lot of the main players in this conversation and damn also so happy to see them come together. It's wonderful as peanut butter and chocolate to use a halloween style. Metaphor with josh drop. Some knowledge about those twins honest men well as you said. Teagan are identical twins. They're from calgary alberta canada and they've been making music together since they were teenagers. They've steadily risen to become pretty big stars. I mean they play huge places. I think one of the mentions in this talk that they've played for one hundred people and played for hundred thousand people kind of casually dropping that pretty awesome they currently reside in vancouver british columbia and in case people know they're also queer icons who founded the teagan and sara foundation whose mission is to improve the lives of lgbtq women and girls over the years teagan and sara have collapsed with some incredible artists from against me to mark mothers. Baugh cindy lauper to taylor swift to the flaming lips and we cannot forget. They had a pretty big hit with the song. Everything is awesome from the lego movie that track featured the lonely island. They have had incredible lives and careers which they have documented. They have a book out of memoir called high school. They came out late last year. The paperback version just came out and the release paired with an album called the. Hey i'm just like you. Which songs based on demos. The pair wrote way back when they were teenagers. I love that they did that. Josh they re recorded some of their early song that there were a little nervous about going back to as you'll hear in this conversation now. Let's take a listen from that album. Checkout.
Some Dinosaurs Probably Nested in Arctic
"Those vicious predatory dinosaurs that tended to be fairly small as six to nine ten feet. Long snout to tail there. Certainly in the Jurassic. Park movies the things that terrorize people Anthony Fiorello a paleontologist at southern Methodist University in Dallas Texas for more than two decades. Now, Fiorello has been digging a dinosaur fossils, hundreds of miles north of the Arctic Circle in Alaska. So one of the fundamental questions about dinosaurs in Alaska. In the ancient Arctic is, did they live there all year round did they migrate? How did they get their a recent discovery sheds light on those questions this fossil that's the subject study is a baby dinosaur, the baby predatory dinosaur, and it is a baby. It's not just juvenile and given the size estimate of this thing. This probably was not far from where the nesting ground was. So this is the first physical proof. Alley some dinosaurs nested in the ancient Arctic some of the first Arctic dinosaur remains ever found were discovered back in the nineteen sixties in Svalbard, an archipelago north of mainland Norway. Since then researchers have theorized, the dinosaurs must have migrated to avoid deeply cold winters but Fiorello says this new discovery disproves that idea for you know the classic stereotype for dinosaurs is that had been. that they were living in sub tropical environments oftentimes, somewhat swampy if you look at various artwork over generations, that was quite often how these dinosaurs were reconstructed. In reality the climate north of Alaska's Brooks range seventy million years ago was similar to what we might see today in Portland, Oregon or Calgary Alberta. Certainly a place where. Things were cooler. Or who were capable of being cool at times but certainly warmer than the the Arctic today, the fossil find is a piece of jawbone with a tooth from Dromaeosaur Fiorello and colleagues unearthed it along the banks of the call. They'll river not too far from the Arctic Ocean. The bone is the first non dental evidence of that species in the far north the researchers report their discovery in the journal plus one. Of course questions remain. How did they do what they did because even with the warmer temperatures at the latitude, the thieves dinosaurs were living, which is at least seventy degrees north if not even farther nor. Do they endure long periods of light and dark, and that's where the research will go next for now Fiorello says the new discovery proves that these giant reptiles were well adapted to the highly seasonal environments of the late Cretaceous that we still experience today in the Arctic.
In Rome, Local Retirees Are Working To Clean Up The City's Aqueducts
"Another story now we are going to Rome where the aqueducts were a Marvel of human engineering during ancient times in modern Rome and they're often overlooked in fact for many years they were abandoned and turned into a makeshift dump that isn't to local retirees decided to roll up their sleeves and do something about it even if that meant bending a few rules Christopher live say explains these days Rome is a dirty modern city and in some places down right filthy Siegel's routine picket trash from overflowing dumpsters putting one park on the Far East side of the city there's a cigarette **** on the ground in there's a second reason this place is just so remarkable so right now where and aqueducts park in Rome Gabby can sell a college student visiting from Calgary Alberta marvels at the sprawling stone arches spanning five hundred ninety three acres of park land the academics once carried thirty four hundred gallons of water per second from the surrounding hills to the ancient capital the oldest here was built almost two thousand years ago by embers Caligula and Claudius yeah I think it's really really beautiful and I think that the fact that it's not like overtaken by the city is really America by now that hasn't been completely filled with trash seven of rooms eleven after that all converge here with battling for us in a waterfall flowing decide rose bushes and fig trees but the park was and always so Christine says new channel will be co a seventy two year old retired manager in a natural gas company who lives down the street quite the quiz their lives owner it had become a junk yard for trash and discarded stolen objects this whole area was a no trespassing zone you couldn't even walk in this area she Lucy put even the community need we need a ranger even even do the overgrowth of vegetation so but the only people around were drug dealers near do wells and prostitutes he tried to get officials to fix it up something the park service confirms but for about a year he kept getting the run around tired of waiting he said enough is enough and started cleaning up acre after acre with his own two hands ill go we shot up twenty to properly I started right over there by the ju ju plants you won't believe the kind of garbage with sound about fifteen motorcycles and scooters two cars and two cars good evening refrigerators park writers cash registers slot machine to remove it all he enlisted the help of two fellow retirees plus one of Europe's most marginalized ethnic minorities the Roma or we could be good for tour the bony apologies about I'm on good terms with them they collected and sold all the scrap metal they were very generous trash wasn't the only thing the on earth the park happens to sit on top of the via Latina an ancient Roman road that one stretch for tens of thousands of miles in the course of the cleanup the vehicle says his volunteers accidentally crossed the line between vigilante gardening in amateur archaeology a big no no in a country with strict laws against lay people handling found artifacts one day a city official noticed and he was not happy hello to a little bit me the sea the sea he tells me you're not just cleaning things up you're performing an archaeological excavation you can't do this we need to laurel boy fighting as well today the park service confirms that city and state officials mostly look the other way considering all the good work the volunteers have done for the community like the mothers I see playing with their children cyclists whizzing across miles of free clean pants in Nordic walkers like a death to Philly Johnny he says the vehicle in the volunteers are heroes yes yes they are the kings yeah so we are you know we depend upon what they do the volunteer started cleaning up just over ten years ago and they're still added every day of the week rain or shine on this date they're loading the wheelbarrow with litter and collecting and burning brush let's say that though they started with I point out to the Vigo that the bonfires of bill here's to be burning on private land that overlaps with the park that's why I don't know won't hurt them he says if we clean it up it's better for everyone for NPR news I'm Christopher live say
"calgary alberta" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Bush well it once of let's just put it this way it won't surprise you nothing nothing in reference to his name ever does ever all right let's get into what's trending today Matt if you well I'm topic number three three we have a bear that is the envy of every fisherman ever he is just hanging out casually at a waterfall leading salmon fly into his mouth yeah it's in Alaska and if you've been to Alaska you know we were there on a cruise not to our world couple years ago but yeah these these fish I never thought that was a right yeah I don't know why I thought it was when they sponsor something those Fisher always doing that they just they just do the normal really that's what I'm saying I had no idea see I just learned something in this bear is just sitting there like **** in a foul ball in a bowl game or something like drunk this is how the better in Alaska and Canada that's what I think for sure see I I am a big fan of the do you remember the nineties like cops that come due south do you remember this well it is sort of based on a Mountie going to Chicago to solve crimes okay I I bring this up because it is the first episode takes takes place kind of in the outback of near Alaska really scenic very pretty they shot at all they're not super pretty and then last night I decided to watch the pilot and then you know look at trips to Calgary Alberta Canada and then when I was you're going to end up I was like because the you get from point a to point like X. on this right because there are a lot of and then once you're at ax you're like three thirty five to Calgary Canada that's pretty cheap flight that's a great flight yeah and that's when you're like wait okay need to put the bomb.
"calgary alberta" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets
"Guys. And now we are pleased to join by an old friend of myself a man who can say he played in the end the whol two of the most opposite places on the planet. TJ gilliardi from Calgary Alberta, now living in Halifax Nova Scotia Nova Scotia, thanks for joining it's check with podcast. But how have you been? Then. Well, thanks for having me. So I wanna know kind of what's going on right now, 'cause we briefly just talked before we started recording about your new company and what's going on? And how and how that's all going before we get into career. What is the post retirement life? Ben, like yes and pretty hectic, I packed it in about a year and a half ago. Quickly followed that up with the birth of my daughter, who's now ten months started a company with an old friend of mine earned Burke. We're doing a couple of cool things out here in health act. So it's been it's been nonstop ever since I hung the skates on dude. So you had you had a child right after retirement. Like I did can you imagine having a kid playing? I don't know how these guys doing. God. Get it either. I mean, we were probably, you know, in the early days, three or four times at least in the middle of the night having played in the next day, that wouldn't have been fun. Golly, you mentioned the food company. What, what exactly is going on with this company? Typically, don't do free ads but maybe give you a little business alley. Yeah, that's great. So we were doing a couple of things. So one is we created this sustainable technology. Where were reducing food ways for grocers? We essentially powder their accents produce. And then that becomes raw materials for our protein, powders and different supplements than we had in the market under our brand tedious scores on my mind a pretzel right now. I mean you guys know what the fuck he said. I think. Not one hundred percent. Sure. Either way, I'm pretty sure you'll crush it. You did the old college. Then juniors thing that's not something everybody does. I you went to two so you must have a brain in your head. So why did you go from juniors was was not codified? Did you get tossed some mapping to made do that decision decision? What are there's a bit of a long story to that? I can give you the short one I- sensually decided to go to Dartmouth because it was a really cool opportunity for me being from Calgary and didn't even know what IB league was growing up and then that came up. So it was a jumped all over it cut out there at a really good start to the season. And you know what? Guys on the team started saying, while you're not gonna be here for four years. So why you're trying to take all the complicated classes and trying to go down the road of something that you really not gonna finish up for a long time. So I listen to some of the guys, the older guys and got in a few of the classes that we're. Attendance wasn't mandatory. And, you know, took some sculpture classes and just a bunch of funny ones, and then as the season went on, I really had a great year and ended up getting drafted, and during the playoffs, one of the clauses, that I probably went to I'd say, three or four the classes, the whole term, we had a final, and I ended up cheating on the test..
Laughable, a top-rated comedy podcast app, comes to Android
"A comedy podcast app. Laughable available on IOS for two years has just launched on Android. The app is profiles. So you can follow comedians own podcasts and where they've been a guest. Once you subscribe to your favorite people and shows laughable keeps you current on future episodes as well, including people's guest appearances that developer tells us that no other podcast app is more highly rated in Apple's app store Spotify, his polish new podcast, terms and conditions style. Take forty minutes to read we couldn't see anything bad though. Meanwhile, the financial times reports on Spotify. Recent purchase of podcast production company podcast, quote, one person, close to the negotiations said that Spotify is paying more than one hundred million dollars in cash and earn outs to buy podcast the price equates to an enormous. Multiple on par casts limited revenues. This person added Google podcast is now transcribing some. Podcasts says Android authority have worked out how to see the transcripts in some Google podcasts pages, we linked to details in our developers corner in our show notes and in our newsletter today the finalists of the Australian podcast awards have been announced the winners to be announced at the awards ceremony on the eighteenth of may had the Seymour centre in Sydney, New South Wales in Australia tales of behind the scenes at the recording for Marvel's wolverine. The lost trail linked to today recorded in Ambi, sonic, it meant that the recording was almost like making a movie, according to a piece in inverse and event for you in Calgary. Alberta in Canada. Pod summit is taking place on June, the twenty second we mentioned a whole set of new podcasts in our newsletter and our show nights today including start here which is celebrating its first anniversary. Congratulations ABC news and youtuber savannah Brown is the guest on a new episode of seventeen questions.
"calgary alberta" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!
"It's coming from Craig over in Calgary Alberta Canada, Craig day, this man, I don't know anything about a stroke. I'm not a doctor. But you know, you got a wife and a kid on the way. I just wish you all look in the world. And I appreciate you listened to the show. And man if you need to get out of piece of paper. You know, make a goal or two or just put something on the side of your your bedside there to tell you to get you out of bed and get to work, then do that. But again, I don't know the particulars of your situation. But I certainly wish you the best. And obviously, you know, you're you're saying you too stubborn quit trying. So just just keep at it brother and do the best you can now here's a question. We talked about turtles couple of weeks back about how long they been here. I think it was around two hundred and fifty million years, and I was like having a flying hill can someone know how long turtles a bit here. And so I get an Email from Candice over in Seattle. And she says, hey, Steve, Charles and all other animals are dated thanks to many kinds of absolute dating techniques one of which being radiocarbon dating this measures the amount of carbon fourteen. Left in the fossil as an animal or human lives. It accumulates carbon fourteen when an animal dies it begins losing carbon fourteen as it decomposes carbon fourteen decays, according to the half laugh rate of decomposition and using the amount of carbon fourteen left in the fossil. When it is found a fossil is aged. That's how scientists found out. How old turtles are swig a water for the archaeologists kid is out. Bridget. You send me an Email and give me the four one ward about carbon fourteen, but I busted out my calculator, and I'll come up, I think the science the scientists had turtles ran for about two hundred and fifty million years. I had it at two hundred and forty seven million point five myself on my calculations once I found out about the carbon fourteen which you refer. To in your Email. So anyway, that's how they know. How oldies motherfucking turtles are anything? It dies. It's the carbon fourteen how fucking stupid could I been to realize it's the carbon fourteen shit. What drop out archaeology class? Hey, candace. Appreciate the Email. That's damn good answer. And it's a correct answer. Thanks for helping her brother out and got Dan turtles have been here in a long time. And I guess continue to be here for a long time in the future. Here we go. Hey, steve. I currently live in Atlanta and have lived here for nine years from Chicago. What was it land like for you when you lived here, and what was travel schedule like and how was it working to center stage? Did you guys get to party a lot in Atlanta hours here how crazy land it used to be back in a day? It's coming from Michael over in Atlanta GE, of course. Well, Michael centerstage was a cool little building, you know, to go out and do some TV tapings. Kaunda reminds me of that inex- t setup they got over down in Orlando. And obviously, the facilities a lot nicer nor Orlando, but man, sometimes you'd have a crowd full you. Anything anybody would show up, and then they add some plants out there in a crowd to try to go see the look of the place, but it was a great little wrestling building..
"calgary alberta" Discussed on KTRH
"Toured Britain by the time. He was just sixteen. He began his career with stampede wrestling in Calgary Alberta Canada when he was twenty. Billington worked in Japan before signing with the world. Wrestling federation is one half of the British BULLDOGS in eighty four. Despite being undersized dynamite. Kid became one of the most influential wrestlers of his era. For his ferocious in half flying style. And I guess I guess it's theme song ran out. So did we ever ask people to tell their favorite wrestler? We were do that as a. Did we do that? Feels like we did. But I don't. Feels like the kind of thing we ought to do ever so often like where you call in. And and in in the voice of your favorite wrestler. Jesse? We did it twice. Third time's jar. All right. If you've called in with your favorite, I want you to call in with the wrestler who does not get his do. This might not be your favorite wrestler. This is just a rattler who in your opinion doesn't get talked about enough because of his great influence on the sport. Chat Nakanishi, but that little exemption. I didn't go to law school twice for nothing. Seven one three two one two five eight seven four three two one two.
Salt Lake City Gets Green Light to Bid for Winter Olympics
"Salt Lake City got the green light to bid for the Winter Olympics. The US Olympic Committee said it was selecting Utah's capital. Most likely for twenty thirty Salt Lake City hosted the two thousand two Winter Olympics. So it stood out as a predictable slam dunk pick in a process that also included Denver and Reno with venues still in place from the two thousand two games Salt Lake claims that can host again at a lower cost than other candidates. The USOC left open the possibility of other dates if twenty thirty doesn't work out. There are only two bidders for twenty twenty six from Sweden and Italy after voters in Calgary. Alberta rejected a proposed bed the International Olympic Committee normally awards Olympics seven years before they're scheduled though that. Calendar has been in flux because so many cities have
Another Olympics in Utah? Salt Lake City selected as possible 2030 U.S. bid pick
"The US Olympic Committee said it was selecting Utah's capital. Most likely for twenty thirty Salt Lake City hosted the two thousand two Winter Olympics. So it stood out as a predictable slam dunk pick in a process that also included Denver and Reno with venues still in place from the two thousand two games Salt Lake claims that can host again at a lower cost than other candidates. The USOC left open the possibility of other dates if twenty thirty doesn't work out. There are only two bidders for twenty twenty six from Sweden and Italy after voters in Calgary. Alberta rejected a proposed bed. The International Olympic Committee normally awards Olympics seven years before they're scheduled though that calendar has been in flux because so many cities have
"calgary alberta" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Done. He began wrassling when he was thirteen he toured Britain by the time. He was just sixteen. He began his career with stampede wrestling in Calgary Alberta Canada when he was twenty. Millington worked in Japan before signing with the world. Wrestling federation is one half of the British BULLDOGS in eighty four. Despite being undersized dynamite. Kid became one of the most influential wrestlers of his era. For his ferocious and half flying style. And I guess I guess it's theme song ran out. So. So. Did we ever asked people to tell their favorite wrestler? We were do that as a. Did we do that? Fills Nick we did. But I don't. Oughta do every so often like where you call in and in in the voice of your favorite wrestler. Jesse? We did it twice. But third time's jar. All right. If you've called in with your favorite, I want you to call in with the wrestler who does not get his do. This may not be your favorite wrestler wrestler, who in your opinion, doesn't get talked about enough because of his great influence on the sport about that Chattanooga Nishi, but that little exemption. I didn't go to law school twice per net. Them seven one three two one two five eight seven four seven three two one two five eight seven four that wrestler and see for me in the world of cartoons. This'll be Huckleberry hound Huckleberry hound is not my favorite. But I don't feel that Huckleberry hound gets his due. Huckleberry hound was a better show. Did he gets credit for being? All right. I want three two one two five eight seven four. Who said how about do? Most hated wrestler. That's a different. That's a different day today. Is that roster who doesn't get his do? He might not have been your favorite, which was still had the theme song going for a tally Billington, the dynamite kid broke his back in the ring in one thousand nine hundred eighty six match at Madison Square Garden nearly ending his career..
"calgary alberta" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Is Alexa, play eleven ninety K acts on iheartradio. Thanks for asking. W W E star one half of the popular tag team, the British BULLDOGS. Has passed away. It only sixty. The dynamite. Kid if you know his real name. And you are real wrestling screaming at the top of your lungs right now, especially if you're in an office setting. His real name Ramon. That is correct. Tommy Billington well done. He began wrassling when he was thirteen he toured Britain by the time. He was just sixteen. He began his career with stampede wrestling in Calgary Alberta Canada when he was twenty. Millington worked in Japan before signing with the world. Wrestling federation is one half of the British BULLDOGS in eighty four. Despite being undersized dynamite. Kid became one of the most influential restaurants of his era. For his ferocious and half flying style. And I guess I guess it's theme song ran out. I'm very long. Did we ever asked people to tell their favorite wrestler? We were do that as a. Did we do that? The fills Nick we did. But I don't feels like the kind of thing we ought to do every so often like when you call in and and in in the voice of your favorite wrestler. Chesa? We did it twice. But third time's jar. All right. If you've called in with your favorite, I want you to call in with the wrestler who does not get his do. This may not be your favorite wrestler. This is just a wrestler who in your opinion, doesn't get talked about enough because of his great influence on the sport about that chat. Nakanishi, but that little exemption. I didn't go to law school trust them..
"calgary alberta" Discussed on KTRH
"Done. He began wrassling when he was thirteen he toured Britain by the time. He was just sixteen. He began his career with stampede wrestling in Calgary Alberta Canada when he was twenty. Billington worked in Japan before signing with the world. Wrestling federation is one half of the British BULLDOGS in eighty four. Despite being undersized dynamite. Kid became one of the most influential wrestlers of his era. For his ferocious and half flags. Dial. And I guess I guess it's theme song ran out very himself. Oh. Did we ever ask people to tell their favorite wrestler? We do that as a. Did we do that? Fills Nick we did. But I don't. Feels I think we ought to do every so often like where you call in. And and in in the voice of your favorite wrestler. Chesa? We did it twice. But third time's jar. All right. If you've called him with your favorite, I want you to call in with the wrestler who does not get his do. This may not be your favorite wrestler. There's just a rattler who in your opinion doesn't get talked about enough because of his great influence on the sport about that chat. Nakanishi, but that little exemption. I didn't go to law school twice for nothing..
"calgary alberta" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick
"Percent changing, your number of wives. That's that's a bigger difference than two degrees of latitude. When you pray. I think I might have moved down to Arizona city or whatever down there in the in the unexplored south kept out of the colonies in Mexico. John Romney kept up to that that little mountain enclave there in British Columbia Cowdery. I think it's south. Calgary alberta. Yeah. Just say like, I'm gonna keep at least a few of the wives. You could've been a proto Romney might get rid of. It'd be like John Romney be like, no, it's John Rahman. No, the Romany or different people love their their dancing tambourines. This is actually a live question in. I mean, not to get too far into the weeds here. But for members of the latter day Saint religious tradition. It's a big deal lately. The currently the churches like it was always a mistake to accept Mormons the word Mormons like that's that's the oppressors name read about this. And for a while the idea, the the Utah leadership idea was let's we're going to reclaim Mormon the same way. You can reclaim queer or whatever. And just you know, it's kind of the ship has already sailed. It's in the title of hit Broadway plays. Let's just make sure they know Mormons are nice friendly neighbors, and the new guy is like a hardliner like, no, you should not accommodate the word Mormon, but you were saying that this happens every every few decades, or so where more the word Mormon comes in and out of fashion, or there's a fought against it does happen and typically it's kinda couched in this kind of language like like we. Were saying when the sacred mosque changes, the new guy on the new sheriff will be respectful of his predecessors and say, you know, this was very appropriate twenty years ago. The the great thing about having a modern direct line to God is that God can adjust for the area. And now in two thousand eighteen we need to shift focus of did he rephrase of that? Right. And in this case, the guy clearly did not nod to that kind of rhetoric and. Russell m Nelson. The current president of the church of Jesus Christ latter-day saints, right? Not the Mormon church. He would he would freak out. If you said, the more he actually says, no this is every time this has been done. It's offense Christ. And it's victory for Satan. So what if you remember his predecessors doing this? You're like, wow. You just through like every other like bearded Mormon profits going back to eighteen hundred us through under the under the bus under the covered wagon. So what is the new artful phrase? That's the problem. There's adjective, oh, think about every religion has a nice, adjective, Catholic Methodist Buddhist, right for Islam has Muslim you know, because you have to have one or else. No, one can read books and talk. So there's no adjective, so it's very easy instead of Mormon church to say it's longer, but you can say the churches Christ latter-day since you can use the institution. How do you describe a person? Exactly, you could say a latter day Saint a latter day Saint, but no one's gonna do that quite a bit. It longer. So but anyone who uses the word Mormon than is like an outsider. But are you going to refer internally to one another as fellow Saint what it's very tricky because certain elements that are not related to the institutional church like Mormon culture or the Mormon Tabernacle choir which they renamed by the way, they dropped the word Mormon letter day Saint it's just that Habur nickel choir the tabernacle choir at temple square. That sounds that sounds like a like an extended stay hotel come to the shops at river Red River woods, or or you know, it's like when they rename stadium for the coach or the new corporate sponsor, but they don't wanna lose the old name. So now, it's right Alaska Airlines court at heck Edmonson arena, or whatever it is. Right. It's it's fourth avenue at Hernandez boulevard. So yeah, you know, the degree to which you decide God is retroactive is kind of a tricky affair, right?.
"calgary alberta" Discussed on WGN Radio
"We're back here the Scotiabank settled over Calgary Alberta. John Wiedeman along with Troy Murray for Blackhawks hockey final score tonight. The flames beat the hawks five to three the hawks had the lead in this game going into the third period. Three two two over the flames and just could not hold onto the lead. Troy mentioned in a number of times. How the flames were engaging. They were pushing the pace the hawks were on their heels. And finally, Sean Monahan tied the score at thirteen fifty nine then a few minutes later Michael leak on a lucky goal. Michael was a few feet all the goal line to the right of the net. And he was centering the puck and it hit Artem Anisimov. Stick and tumbled pass Crawford to make it four three that turned out to be the game winning goal from the flames. And then for good measure Michael Backman, scored into an empty hawk net. A short handed empty net goal at nineteen thousand three that's all she wrote hawks tally for shots on goal in the game. Fifteen. That's that's that's a season low. That makes me think that I don't know just makes me think that maybe during the first period, maybe during the second period, something could have been different. So that in the third period that wasn't a factor but the flames pork twentieth. Corey crawford. And they ended up winning this hockey game with three third period goals. So Troy five to three in the final score. The Blackhawks record is now six six and three and the Calgary. Flames now nine five and one and the Blackhawks will hit back to Chicago take care of business against the Carolina Hurricanes. Any final thoughts. Bell the first choice player of the game tonight is yet Rueda healthy scratch. The last three games comes in scores. A goal for the Blackhawks was plus one. You just under seventeen minutes of action. So the first choice player of the game is. Yeah. Rudas sponsored by first choice. Equipment, Chicago's leader for Kubota skid steers, excavators. Track. Loaders visit first choice. Equipment dot com. Are good job you with a color tonight? But we'll do it again next Thursday at the United Center when the Blackhawks play the first two games on the week against the Carolina Hurricanes. And so we should see a very interesting. Carolina Hurricanes but coming up on Thursday night. Thanks to John. Bruins are fine engineer here in Calgary headed to the Hockey Hall of fame when he's done engineering always says a great job Vic next Brett Jackson in the hardworking crew back at our flagship station for outstanding work in production effect. Chris Boden as well. We got us. Your Blackhawks central pre game the intermissions, and he's going to get you through to the Blackhawks postgame show. One more time the final score the flames five and the hawks three. The hawks lose all three games on this western Canada trip. They got to regroup in time for Thursday for everybody. I mentioned I'm John Wiedeman from the Scotiabank saddledome here in Calgary Alberta Canada. Thanks for tuning in. This has been Blackhawks hockey on seven twenty WGN Chris has post game show. Let's. Get it to him right now. No. Blackhawks radio. Chris boden. Blackhawks come up absolutely empty on their three-game western Canadian road trip. Only tonight by a score of five to three to the Calgary. Flames that after four two loss in Vancouver nothing set back in Edmonton a couple of nights ago. I'm Chris Boden will take all the way up until twelve thirty.
"calgary alberta" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio
"One of the stars of Kim's convenience, and this is my block party for Calgary, Alberta. My home city. Every time I hit song like kinda wanna happy cry little bit. We're listening to the track piano blink by Hawksley workman. Let's see. It's. See. When we fight. Go to the Jackson concert hall and Hawksley workman came to town and I was dating a girl in tomorrow, and I said, hey, do you wanna see the Hawksley workman concert, you wanna go and she's like, oh, sure. I don't know anything about him, and I went to went to that concert, took her there, and I really liked it was really special. Doc concert was unbelievable. Hawksley played for three hours. I hold my pee so bad. I remember leaving Jackson concert hall and just like being in like off him. But this holding her hand and walking out Stephen avenue, we walked downtown to seventy avenue. We got a slice of pizza from wicked witch. So taken back to like this courtship with my girlfriend time tomorrow, and we ended up getting married. This song was in contention to be one of our wedding songs. But if you actually listen to Lear ex, it's about a couple who is going through the worst time in their relationship. So I find so funny Hawksley is crafted such a beautiful song about such a terrible time in a couple's relationship. But what I hear, I think of my wife, I think of my girlfriend at the time who became my wife and just like our processes like falling in love. This song is scape by lyric..
Royal Canadian, Alberta and Calgary discussed on KIRO Nights
"Our presented by theraworx relief i've sam litzinger summer's in full blast across much of the country triple digit temperatures in southern california for example the heat along with drought conditions are making it tough for crews battling dozens of wildfires across the west cbs news correspondent carter evans says a california fire burning near the oregon border has turned deadly firefighters remain on edge as reports came in throughout the day of popup fires fanned by hot dry winds in northern california near the oregon border officials say a fast moving wildfire there has now claimed the life at least a dozen homes have been destroyed campfires have been banned in colorado's rocky mountain national park because of the fire risk the atlantic seasons first hurricane barrel seems headed for a weekend push into the eastern caribbean threatening islands still struggling to recover from last year's storms jack bevan at the national hurricane center is tracking it appear favorable for this system tropical storm what impact it will have on land in high surf at this point is still a bit open the question puerto rico's governor has declared a state of emergency ahead of the storm justin case even though the first shots have been fired in a trade war between the us and china wall street traders decided instead to focus today on encouraging jobs report cbs news correspondent steven portnoy says there is concern for the longer term though the president insists the move is necessary to combat chinese theft of american technical knowhow as a communist's brace for a trade war mister trump warns the twenty five percent tariff imposed today on thirty four billion dollars worth of goods could soon be followed by tariffs on two hundred billion dollars more and three hundred billion more after that beijing says it's hitting back adding previously warned it would target us soybeans cars and whiskey johnny calls this the biggest trade war in economic history there's been an arrest in connection with the bus crash that killed sixteen members of canadian junior hockey team back in april major crime investigators arrested the driver of the semi trailer unit jazz karite siddhu at twenty nine year old male from calgary alberta curtis ablock you with the royal canadian mounted police sidu faces sixteen counts of dangerous operation of a motor vehicle causing death thirteen counts of dangerous operation of a motor vehicle causing bodily injury the washington post reports twitter has sharply escalated its battle against fake and suspicious accounts suspending more than a million accounts per day in recent months the major shift to reduce the flow of disinformation on the platform on wall street the dow gained nearly one hundred points the s and p five hundred was up twenty three the nasdaq climbed nearly.
"calgary alberta" Discussed on The Big Listen
"Rebecca in her mom weren't the only podcasters we heard from my name is banned gatt gu i live in calgary alberta canada christina lowering from san francisco california to members and i am an associate producer for dislocations podcasts in sunny philadelphia nine aim is anita row and i am calling from durham north carolina scott green i live in northern new jersey ellen horn for twelve years i was a executive producer at radio lab so a lot of the folks who answered our call had some really great mom advice to share kathy well i've given you a lot of advice over the years but i'm not sure you've taken much of it okay all right that's not entirely true i'm sure there was something that you told me that i actually did anyway here's a story from band get couth host of the podcast daughter about a lesson she learned from her mother a south sudanese refuge the most important lesson my mother has ever taught me was to have hope in moments of distress this is a really important lesson for me because it taught me that i have more control of my future then i think i do and if i'm focusing on the wrong things in the moment future situations will become even more difficult to bear this lesson was taught to be in the form of a story that she told me and it's one that was actually shed on my cod cast days say use lebeau side with you on sad.
"calgary alberta" Discussed on The Dog Show with Nick and Joe
"Not this coming weekend but sounds fun yeah it'll be a lot of fun to good trial we've got south bay working dogs in california doing a training day on may fifth and six all this stuff is on our website for psa all the events that are up there we got trials coming up in in may and in alberta account and calgary alberta canada texas we've got vents in in may in south africa we've got benson may in massachusetts got psa decoy campuses a big one may twenty six twenty seven and massachusetts in boston mass working dogs machine shop canine or putting that on so that's those are those are some of the things coming up in the next couple of months and then you know i'll be doing a decoy seminar in this'll be police canines arlington heights illinois the twenty four th through the twenty six of this month as that closed off the public i it sort of you know buy in writers billion you know if you approach me and the pencil you are not a wack job you know probably let you come so there you go upon successful background guys out so some of the some of the other trips i got going on all be in malaysia next month doing some training with robin gone from real canine in malaysia also we're looking for doing a decoy camp there in trenton decoys and police work and also introducing psa there at the end of male be at moody air force base in highest deployment seminar there and then in canada sean and i'll be there in june on the sixteenth and the seventeenth doing that psa seminar that's that's also up on the website you can check that out will while we're they're also going to the canadian police canine association and doing a presentation for the canadian police canine association.
"calgary alberta" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"And meet tonight at seven pm for the new york islanders faceoff with the flames in calgary alberta canada by your on your home ground or sake am 970 the answer when young men and women and we returned now do labor braces blue collar buzz with your hosts bill holfelder and joe maniscalco no and and we're back with more good talk right here on labour presses who follow both of host bill hope out in the studio with me as my co host and my partner joe maniscalco joe yet you that was pretty good i mean you know larry's take on i'm not sure agreed with everything larry had to say but you know who's clear articulate and and i agree with the root or the kernel of it with that there's a there's a very definite divide and conquer strategy that is going on and racism is certainly always been one of the tactics it's been very successfully and inviting work and and a playbook is is always the hills is it's time we all get hit to it it is the eu's racism whatever party or philly eighty with the one percent billionaire class uses races in two to divide the working class now we call it the willie hough britain's syndrome right willie horton syndrome but moving on moving on now we're we're moving in a somewhat away from the actual issue of racism in sudan you another way that they're attacking her away feeling its egg that we're gonna talk about the jazz case now we not yet and we will lucky enough that that we had out east reported st wish knee was dan indy dc to to to hear the opening arguments so steve welcome to the two studio said to have you steve nice to have you back in a studio organized nice to be back i would also join again by fame dulled labor organizer phil cohen author of the jackson project and he's going to help us put some of the stuff in context sarkouhi speaking hey bill welcome back to the program fourparty revere again i well let's let let's start off with steve steve tell us just in general now i know you are down in dc yesterday so tell listen general was the vibe in the air houses looking for working people were i would you might say the chances of.
"calgary alberta" Discussed on Classic Races
"I think if they keep building more facilities out here we'll see more and more fans to buy because of course the racing has great at this track it's one of the best around what we're looking forward to it and it's about time for everybody to observe they're going to get to crank in these engine is just a moment asia john good to see aid to be with you today john dial joining us us congressman from the fourth district here in arizona the field against move let's take a look at the 43 divers italy in the event this afternoon and forty third position bill smith a redding california fortysecond his brad now singer of can apple is north carolina from pittsburgh massachusetts starting 41st can chard forty at this trevor boys of calgary alberta canada thirty nine is gary collins from bakersfield california they've marcus from wassaw wisconsin starts thirty eight thirty nine th and other west coast driver we'll make that 37th positions chad little of spokane washington thirty six is jimmy by on a portland oregon thirty fifth greg sacks of madl new york thirty four th johnny roth vertu fort worth texas thirtythird bobby hill and junior of midland texas 30second dale jarrett out of north carolina and starting 31st eighty beers wall of san antonio texas 30th spot richard petty of rand grohmann north carolina roy smith the winston west champion from seattle washington starts 29th 28th jimmy means of huntsville alabama 27th has ernie urban of modesto calif and joe ruttman the former stock car track record holder here at phoenix joe drive in the heaven ray motorsports four today from upland california and 26 25th this kyle petty of random the north carolina 24th starter kim schrader of fenton missouri 23rd from span away washington derek cope 22nd brett bo dying of among new york had adam cole wikki starts 21st of greenfield wisconsin davey allison will go from 20th position from you eten alabama herschel mcgriff the portland oregon starts 19th eight is phil parsons of detroit michigan stunning 17th terry lee body of corpus christi texas 16th starter darrell waltrip of owensboro kentucky 15th as many parsons out availabe north carolina 14th mike alexander from franklin tennessee 13th dale earnhardt of can apples north carolina twelfth position belongs to lake speed of jackson mississippi and the eleven starter is mike walter promotions rural kentucky checking the top ten rick welts.
"calgary alberta" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"Skirt environmental regulations can we do this anything that we have to run by the epa has anything to do with c o two let's ditch that because this this gains over as far oded you see this this is why i mean it did this every day it goes by we know what's over record snowfall amounts pile up around the globe but this is global warming folks this is from climate depot record snowfall in windsor ontario record of eighteen point four centimetres of snow fell on windsor on friday according to environment canada snow covered beaches of barcelona man i was there and that's right there on the mediterranean michigan's city snowfall totals climbing toward record high new snowfall record for calgary alberta arctic dips to seventy six degrees below zero for some of the coldest temperatures of people have ever experienced that's right the arctic were they're telling well this world is one is the polar vortex it's seventy six below and the arctic right now folks that amazing record snowfall form british columbia records montana snowfall for the season record snowfall in japan kill seven first snowfall ever in parts of morocco twenty inches of snow in sugar cargo northern france hit by heavy snow heavy snowfall in spain temperature's far below average nearly a thousand fishing boats trapped in ice in northeast chain uh it goes on and on votes on and on and on and on we really have to worry about is global warming we tried to tell you than we in the farmers almanac was telling us this was coming nobody's listening they're listening now gore instead quick time out what else.
"calgary alberta" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Standings but the flames were embarrassed here on home ice of their last game and you could bet they'll be fired up and ready to go here tonight for the blackhawks nothing short of their best bounce back effort we'll be acceptable in this game tonight against the calgary flames john white of it along were troy murray were here at the scotiabank saddled moment calgary alberta canada and chris bodenes standing by and blackhawks central we want to welcome you went to our broadcast tonight the blackrock sent the calgary flames threat i told joe plainville in blackhawks insider just sort of off handedly i felt like this is going to be kind of like a playoff series because of the importance of not only these games but we're both teams are the standings you look at the central division the blackhawks i'm a long way to climb the flames got a long way to climb it's later in the year it's not midyear it's not november the teams are feeling desperation this should be really good tonight it should be really good and if you look at you know the blackhawks playing backtoback games here in calgary at the united center on tuesday night huge game then you play dallas minnesota's you've got some huge games against teams that you're chasing four point games in in all situations calgary it's been it's been a this struggle as of late and after today's game they go in they play chicago tuesday the new yorker new jersey new york rangers new york islanders boston and nashville that road trip could determine their fate so this game as you mentioned it's like a playoff atmosphere playoffs perry's you gotta with both of these games if you're both of these teams i expect that this is going to be highly intense and a real good battle between these two teams jeff glass the calgary kid takes the net for the blackhawks tonight so i'm sure that he's gonna take this game to heart and give his level best effort here tonight against his hometown team let's get to the injury report sponsored by blue cross blue shield of illinois the card to carry through it all we have a good news i do have access to twitter as much of a dinosaur as i am and i got a.