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Fresh update on "carl" discussed on Balance of Power

Balance of Power

01:43 min | 4 hrs ago

Fresh update on "carl" discussed on Balance of Power

"Jerry Lee Lewis Carl Perkins and Johnny Cash took place I'm Chris garageio And I'm dedic Pellegrini in the Bloomberg tri state area newsroom And Omar Khan COVID cases are on the rise in the tri state area Growing number of countries meantime limiting holiday celebrations and boosting travel checks as the variant spreads And the nation's top infectious disease doctor Anthony Fauci tells us all Macron is highly transmissible and spreading further than we know already We absolutely have community spread in this country We don't know how many of them but there's no doubt that this community spread And Fauci with us there on Bloomberg radio and television And Doctor John Brown Steven Boston children says with the holidays upon us this is just plain old bad timing A new variant thrown into the mix is exactly what we don't want at this time And brownstein Fauci and others say get vaccinated Supply chain issues intensifying as the holiday shopping deadlines near Michael Cullen senior portfolio manager at pgim fixed income telling us the guidance we saw in yesterday's jobs report actually signaled that the coming weeks inflation numbers won't be as hot as something The average wage gains of those jobs was a little bit lower right Because these are lower paying service jobs The jobs where we have all the shortages So those are coming back So this is actually a good story for a moderation in inflation And Collins with us their own Bloomberg radio and television An investigation continues after a Columbia University grad student was stabbed while walking home from soccer practice Thursday night and morningside heights friends say it's hard to believe he's gone He was as smart full of full of life and especially full of art I think that that's the way that people are going to remember And.

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Fresh "Carl" from WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:56 min | 8 hrs ago

Fresh "Carl" from WTOP 24 Hour News

"6 O 8 Get a $49 fall furnace tuna by calling 809 four 8 Mike Traffic and weather on the 8th here is Rick McClure on the WTO traffic center All right Carl let's start around the capitol bell way tonight where everyone's out in the ballot that may cause a few slowdowns in the process Maryland prince George is county I don't have slows off and on through land over in parts of greenbelt and on the brakes again on both the inner and outer loops toward the Wilson bridge out of loop through Montgomery county slows with the heaviest volume through Bethesda and Potomac headed toward the legion bridge No issues reported there slow on the Virginia side with typical weekend volume from the toll road toward the legion I 70 throughout the city watch for the crash cleanup that had a single lane getting by at one point BW Parkway we had a crash reported northbound near route one 98 through Laurel and watched for a few volumes slow down still in the southbound direction between roots 32 and one 97 were authorities have found one broken down along the right side Virginia 66 east through manassas is at a major crawl between routes two 34 and subtly rode where there's a workshop still on the left lane Three 95 north headed towards the district and I inbound on the 14th street bridge is still very heavy at times with folks headed downtown and Vida reports a crash northbound near glee road taking the right lane I 95 Virginia signed your heaviest slowdown there is headed south through lord in parts of woodbridge and that's it You're coasting on the northbound side coming up from Fredericksburg and through the district looks like lots of volume still on the eastbound freeway headed to a third street tunnel Looks like folks headed toward Chinatown with a caps game tonight at 7 Visit fit small dot com to find a safe used car Fitzgerald has hundreds of cars trucks and SUVs Next to a new car a 5th weight car is best visit fit small dot com today Rick McClure TOP traffic Not a storm T four and Samara Theodore Tonight temperatures head into the low 30s clearing does take place tomorrow where sunny were dry throughout the daylight hours highs will be in the upper 40s to around 50°.

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Fresh update on "carl" discussed on Masters in Business

Masters in Business

01:42 min | 8 hrs ago

Fresh update on "carl" discussed on Masters in Business

"The RIAA Carrie posted a picture of herself and her new award to Instagram captioned diamonds are a girl's best friend The Christmas queen also made sure to express her gratitude saying that continued love for my song never ceases to amaze me and fill my heart with a multitude of emotions George Clooney says he's more selective these days when it comes to choosing projects the 60 year old actor told The Guardian he even turned down $35 million for one day's work for an airline commercial He says after talking to his wife Amal they agreed it wasn't worth it When asked why he would turn down a massive check like that Clooney explained the airline involved was associated with a country that is questionable at times He added even potentially losing a minute's sleep made it not worth it and in music history on this date back in 1956 the legendary recording session at Memphis son record studio featuring Elvis Presley Jerry Lee Lewis Carl Perkins and Johnny Cash took place I'm Chris garageio And I didn't Pellegrini in the Bloomberg tri state area of newsroom And as we've been reporting CNN is fired Chris Cuomo that's for aiding his brother against sexual misconduct allegations and that move comes after an investigation by the New York attorney general showed in more detail how he had helped his brother former governor Andrew Cuomo against sexual misconduct delegations And economists at Goldman Sachs are cutting their forecasts for the U.S. economy for this year and next So they're citing a certainty Goldman now says growth for the year will just be 3.8% And that is down from 4.2% and Goldman is also cutting its 2022 estimate to 2.9% from 3.3 But the job market is strengthening according to labor secretary Marty Walsh If you look at what's happened.

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Fresh update on "carl" discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

01:11 min | 13 hrs ago

Fresh update on "carl" discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"Putting that piece together this week. He was doing it with a heavy harder for the passing of his dad Carl, who passed away on Monday at the age of 84, his dad had a significant impact on racing, harness racing in particular, a 2018 inductee into the communicators corner of the harness racing Hall of Fame and goshen New York. He is certainly going to be missed. You think about I had the chance to meet his dad a couple of times and he was one of those guys that you always remembered meeting and our thoughts and our prayers going out to curtain to his family as they continue to greet the loss of their dad, Carl, and May he rest in peace. Classy moved by who's your park, by the way, Harris who's your part tonight, race number 7 is the Carl Becker memorial. And I think it's a great way to begin to honor his memory. So my thanks to Kurt and condolences to him and to his family. When I come back, we'll get ready. I ask, they answer I'll be joined by Dell Romans and Tim Wilkins will debate some very hot button topics in the sport of their bed racing. This is the equine forum, presented by wood by an entertainment on HR.

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Should the Republican Party Have a Contract With America?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:14 min | 2 weeks ago

Should the Republican Party Have a Contract With America?

"So mister speaker, something, I don't quite understand and kind of I think stumbled into this is why Republicans do not continually embrace the sort of very specific clear and transparent contract with America that you led with in the 90s. If there were to be a contract with America today, for this next election in 2022, what would it be? Educational choice, parental rights. Why is it that Republicans just seem to not be able to get out of their own way when it comes to this? Well, look, I think there's an old tradition in the Republican Party, particularly among the country club Republicans that they're better than that. They don't get their hands dirty with those kind of issues. And I think part of what Trump did was he broke loose both the basically anti confrontation Republicans who dislike Trump and became known for trumpers. And he broke loose. The blue collar workers of every ethnic background. I remember Trump in 2020, got a higher percentage of the minority vote than any Republican in 60 years. And that's because he was willing to take on and talk very bluntly and candidly about people who have radical views and want to profoundly change America. Now I think and this is where I think Glenn young can maybe a very important figure in American history. Young and could be a natural sort of establishment Republican. He's very successful economically. He was the co chair of the Carl group, which was the largest investment group in the middle Atlantic. But he found that the hunger was to take on the left on their local values. And he was smart enough to respond and realize as a leader that he'd have a lot bigger army if he was prepared to roll up his sleeves and get in the middle of that fight. And I would say for next year, first of all, for the first time since 1994, I now advocate that we do have a contract with America, both next year and again in 2024. And I would say that education issues have to be at the center

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"carl" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

04:14 min | 2 weeks ago

"carl" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Carl is just great to get to know you. And I'm sure we'll continue to conversation another time. But so yeah, you decide, you want to get involved in radio. That's kind of interesting, though, that you had the hoods, but that's a New York word for just thinking, I want to get on the radio. I mean, you have to really know who you are and just have a level of self confidence to be saying I'm going to get on the radio and talk about this. That's impressive. Thank you, yeah. I mean, honestly, listening to different people on radio from Christian radio to political radio, you know, I felt like I had listened to radio long enough where I thought maybe I could pull it off, I wasn't exactly sure. Yeah. I mean, I mean, it's hard work to pull off radio. Obviously, I didn't know all that going into it. But I felt like I had the gift of gab when it came to politics. I'm actually I'm actually an introvert, believe it or not, but when it comes to fighting for God's truth, when it comes to politics, for whatever reason, my mouth opens wide, and I can't shut up. Well, 'cause you know that there are people whose lives are being affected, you know? We can't pretend like this is just me. This is affecting all these policies are hurting people. So if you keep your mouth shut, that's on you. Now, if people want to reach you or find you, you have a website? Yeah, they can find me on the web Carl Jackson show dot com. Facebook, Carl Jackson, radio, Twitter at Carl Jackson show. Those are probably the best places to find me. I would say this, though, I am really optimistic about what the future holds for the United States of America. I know that we are in dark times. But I believe that God put us here for such a time as this. I'm corny like that. I really do believe that. And I do believe that this is time, it's time for Christians to shine. It's time for Christians to stand up. I know there's going to be a lot of weekly Christians, some that may leave the faith in God forbid. But I understand that and I understand sometimes things work a work like that. But I think this is a great opportunity for Christians to stand up for the greatest country that God has ever given man. I think we are blessed to live in the United States of America. And again, I believe that God put us here for such a time as this. The fact that we've been able to send out missionaries all around the world because of the freedoms that we hold, I think it's worthy of fighting for. And I think we're starting to see, I think we're starting to see truth come around again. Truth is coming back in style. I think we saw that in Virginia. Parents are standing up. And saying, listen, I don't want my kids taught, you know, this racist nonsense known as critical race theory or diversity, whatever. Whatever other names they go by. I don't want my kids being taught that boys or girls or candy girls and vice versa. So I think truth is making a comeback. I think Christ is making a comeback in this country. And I think conservatives are going to do well because I think we have no choice but to stand up and fight. So I got to be honest with you. I'm a fighter. And I like being in the fight. I like the fact that God is willing to use me a peon to do something in this world right now. That feels pretty amazing. Well, I agree with every syllable. And I do think that sometimes it is God's mercy right now. It's God's mercy that things get this bad. So that people will wake up. I mean, things are just. Ultra disaster, everywhere you look. And that's sometimes what it takes for people to wake up and to fight back. Because Americans are really nice, you know? But sometimes we're too nice and we don't fight. It's just great to get to know you, Carl, I look forward to meeting you in person. Hopefully when I'm in Florida in January and just continue the conversation, Carl Jackson show dot com, did you say? Jackson showed dot com. Carl Jackson God bless you. Thanks for being my guest. Hey, thanks.

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Conservative Talk Show Host Carl Jackson on the Moment God Stole His Heart

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:41 min | 2 weeks ago

Conservative Talk Show Host Carl Jackson on the Moment God Stole His Heart

"Carl Jackson, you telling us your story. All right, so you met this guy, Jim and gilakis and so he says to you, he's like, you know, a lot of Christians at churches like faith assembly of God because those are the kind of churches I go to. You know, they'd be like, hey, brother, I love you. And if you're new to that, you're like, what? You love me. No, I don't. So yeah, so it kind of put you off a little bit. So what happened? Yeah, it put me off a little bit initially. And then honestly, probably within a moment or so, I just broke, I wept like a baby. No one had ever said, no man had ever said to me, I love you. And here it is, this white guy telling me Carl, I love you. And it was just the guy was just so nice. I mean, to this day, it's just such a kind hearted guy. And then when he took me back to introduce me to other staff members that I was going to be working with, he didn't tell anyone that I was there to serve community service. He just said, hey, here's a guy that's going to be volunteering his time to help out. Show him the ropes. Show him what he needs to do. He told he told me that I would just report to him that no one needed to know. You know, why I was there and honestly, that blew me away because Eric, I was so ashamed, I knew that. The lifestyle that I was living like I said, one foot in the church one foot out. I knew better. And the Shane was just unbelievable. And that moment, I would say that was the moment that I say God just reached down any completely just stole my heart. And I was radically changed from that moment

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Salem Radio's Carl Jackson Describes His Educational Journey

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:29 min | 2 weeks ago

Salem Radio's Carl Jackson Describes His Educational Journey

"Talking to crawl Jackson who identifies as a black man, and I want to respect that Carl. So I'm going to use the pronoun U, which is second person. For he, when I talk to you because you asked me to and I respect you. Yeah, your story is fascinating. So okay, you are starting to wake up. You're listening to talk radio. And you just were mentioning that you bumped into my amazing grace book, which came out I guess 2007. I don't know how that affected you. But how in the world did you bump into that book? I don't know where were you at in 2007? You know, I got to tell you, it just listening to more talk radio. I'm listening to Christian radio. I'm pretty sure I heard an interview of yours if I'm not mistaken. But anyway, I was prompted to get the book. I just wanted to learn more about it. The things that you were saying, I didn't know any of this stuff. I hadn't heard any of this stuff. I didn't know who William wilberforce was and I had never heard of the guy. And I got to tell you from reading, I read people like star Parker, Larry elder, Thomas, all Walter Williams. And I was learning all of this history that I had never heard of, and I got to tell you Eric, I got upset because I went through Los Angeles unified school district, and I felt like I didn't learn crap to be honest with you. I'm like, I never learned India. Look, I say the same thing everywhere I go, that everything that I have discovered. I think I mentioned it with the is atheism dead book. But the story of bernhardt for the story of wilberforce, the stories that I wrote in my book, if you can keep it about America, why doesn't everyone know this? Why did I learn this? It's kind of shocking when you realize it. And it does make you wake up and say, I need to tell the world, everyone needs to know this because if you don't know this, how can you possibly function or think clearly amidst the madness? But anyway, I'm glad I'm not the only one who has that response. Yeah, it was, you know, just reading more. It was obviously eye opening, and then as you read more and learn more, it becomes easy to figure out who's deceiving you and who's not whether it's radio, whether it's television, wherever or wherever it may be politicians. You know, it's funny to me, but reading, it is, it's true what they say. Reading takes you to a different place to a different world. And that's exactly what began to happen

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"carl" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:43 min | 2 weeks ago

"carl" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"I didn't necessarily agree with some of the things at the time. It was the funniest thing, but then over a period of time, I was like, you know, this guy really clicks with me. He makes a lot of sense. He's actually saying a lot of things that I believe. And he would call himself in the, you know, they'll rush throw in all these things. I had no idea Eric because I was traveling in my car, like I said, join these jobs. You know, obviously I was associated with a black community. I never talked to people about him. This was just some guy. I listened to in the car. And then one day, I was at some type of it was a black community of being of some sort. And somebody was talking about they'll rush both this racist. And I was like, what are you, that's the same guy I'm listening to. And I was like, no, this guy's in a race. It doesn't make any sense. So God was working on me, I believe in politics, there's no doubt about it. And I got to say it's why I love what you do because one of the books that I read early on as well was William wilberforce. And I started reading my Wilbur book. I have your William wilberforce book. I have your bun hoffer book, on my bike shelf. They're referenced mine. I didn't know that. I mean, amazing grace is the title, but yeah, we hadn't mentioned that. I'm thrilled to hear that. 'cause you know, as an author, you know, if you're doing radio, writing books, you put this stuff out there, you have no idea, is anybody getting anything out of it. Folks I'm talking to Carl Jackson. He's the host appropriately of the Carl Jackson show and we'll be right back. Hey.

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"carl" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

07:21 min | 2 weeks ago

"carl" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"A wet? A death ring. Yeah. So I go around, hung out with a group of guys, go in the stores, much like California does now legal. So I wouldn't be a criminal in California today. But what California does legally now are people can do, I literally did it as a feat for a very short period of my life, probably one to two years, maybe. And got in trouble for doing it, but made a lot of money to be honest. Join it, and but God started it was weird. Even when I was doing it, I knew that it was wrong. I had that upbringing. I felt God tugging on my heart is. And honestly, I would just ignore it. Just to be Frank with you. I would ignore it. God put me in a position where I got arrested and I had to go to jail for a short stint during this period of time. I also had a child out of wedlock and the culmination of the two events. I really do believe God used it to just radically change my life. And I'll be honest, one of the gentlemen that I used to get in trouble with and he wasn't in the death ring, but it was stupid stuff between girls and fighting and going to clubs and just doing stupid stuff. This guy was one of the worst of the worst in my opinion. I hadn't seen him in over a year. And then one day, I'm on a basketball court and he comes to me. And he's like, hey, how are you doing? We started talking and he starts talking to me about Jesus. And I'm like, what are you talking about? I mean, I knew this guy to be, he was a former Chicago gang member. And I just knew he was a bad bad guy. Do you say Chicago or chicano? Both. Are you serious? Wow. And how old were you about this time? At this time, I must have been 1819 years old. So he comes up to the bad guy starts talking about Jesus. Okay. Yeah. Yeah, I wanted nothing. At the time, I really didn't want much to do with God. And I told myself, I said, listen, you know, I appreciate it. If I, you know, go back to church. I'd probably go back to my old worldwide church of God. Ironically, it ended up disbanding. Actually, let's put a put in it right there, folks. I'm talking to Carl Jackson. You're not going any place. I'll be right back. Hey folks, I've got to tell you a secret about relief factor that the father son owners Pete and Seth. Talbott have never made a big deal about, but I think it is a big deal. I really do. They sell the three week quick start pack for just 1995 to anyone struggling from pain like neck shoulder back, hip or knee pain, 1995, about $1 a day. But what they haven't broadcasted much is that every time they sell a three week quick start, they lose money. In fact, they don't even break even until about four to 5 months after if you keep ordering it. Friends, that's huge. People don't keep ordering relief factor month after month if it doesn't work. So yes, Pete and Seth are literally on a mission to help as many people as possible deal with their pain. They really do put their money where their mouths are. So if you're in pain from exercise or even just getting older, or the three week quick start from 1995, let's see if we can get you at a pain too, but relief factor dot com relief factor dot com or call 805 108 three 8 four 805 108 three 8 four relief factor dot com. I use it, it works. Hey there folks. As you know, I am on the Salem radio network. The aircraft access show is syndicated across the country. And I meet so many other radio hosts. It's just so fascinating that are part of the Salem team recently I was being interviewed about my book on Larry elder's show, and he had a guest host, Carl Jackson, and I just really enjoyed getting to know Carl in that brief interlude. I said, we got to have him on the show. He's got a great story. He's in the process of telling that story, Carl, you're at the point now where the guy this bad guy starts talking about Jesus, and you're basically kind of like thanks but no thanks. Yeah, he's a good friend to this day, Daniel Cosby, the cosmos, by the way, but yeah, it's pretty crazy. I mean, the guy is on fire for God, and he's a fighter for God. It's amazing where God brought him from, but he started tugging on my heart. He mentioned Jesus and then my brother, derail, probably 6 months or so later. He ended up getting saved and he started talking to me about Jesus. And I was like, what is what is coin on here? And I kind of blew him off to be Frank with you. But I was going back and forth in court proceedings, I'll be honest. I spent a lot of time in and out of court for one point I thought I wanted to become an attorney because I was getting to know the system so well, whether it was family court or criminal court. And I ended up fighting for custody of my daughter as well. I was in a bad, very bad relationship. And neither one of us were great people to each other to be Frank. It wasn't violence or anything of that nature. But it just wasn't a godly good relationship. And obviously I was living in sin. At the time, in God started tugging on my heart and I told this person. Listen, I really want to live for live forgot. And it's a crazy story. As a result of that, this person decided to leave the relationship. And, you know, I was like, okay. But this person disappeared with my child. So it was a crazy story where I ended up having to hire an attorney at private investigator. And I was broke as a joke. So I thank God, you know, this is why I say America is in systemically racist. I've had so many people that came into my life early on Eric that were that were white that wanted to lend me helping hand. It's hard, it's hard not to get choked up talking about it because there were so many people I grew up in an environment where my family I don't believe was racist, but I grew up in an environment where so many people, hey, white people are racist and this and that. And it's like God was beating me upside the head everyone that came to my defense. I'm talking including my criminal defense attorney, which was a high class attorney. I didn't have the money to afford this guy. He worked with me. The same was true for a family attorney. I mean, human Donald a criminal attorney neva Kelleher, a family attorney, both of them lives, by the way. I didn't realize that at the time. But just good hearted people that saw something in me that perhaps I didn't even see myself at the time that wanted to help me out and I wanted to be a father to my daughter wanted to get my life on track. And these people, these people lended me a helping hand. They fought for me in court and I went into, I mean, I was in a custody battle for my daughter. On and off for 7 years. Wow. Until.

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"carl" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

07:13 min | 2 weeks ago

"carl" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"The Eric metaxas show with your host. Eric met Texas. Hey there folks is here to tax the show and as you know, I've been talking a lot about my new book is atheism dead. I'm very proud of it. I think it's very important information in it. A lot of people read it and compare me to Melville and Tolstoy. And I want to say that, you know, I've been doing a lot of radio talking about my book as atheism did. And I was supposed to be on the Larry elder show because I thought Larry was my friend. But they booked me on that program when he had a guest host because he was doing something silly. Like, I don't know, running for governor or whatever, what I don't even know if that was real. But the fact is that the guest host called Jackson. I hit it off with him so much. I said, I got to get this guy on my radio program, not to talk about his atheism dead, but to talk about Carl Jackson, and he is my guest today. I'm the host Karl Jackson, you're the guest. Welcome. Hey, thank you, Aaron. I appreciate you having me on. Well, I just, you know, there's certain people you just hit it off and I just thought I really loved talking to you and getting little bits and pieces of your story. And I thought you should come on my program and you know, I want my audience to get to know Carl Jackson and the only way I could really do that is to have you on the program. So now you did we just lose him? We lost him. So I'm going to keep going. It was at one 20. So I'll just keep going. Okay, here we go. So you seem to have a really interesting story, your faith story and everything. And I said, you've got to come on the show and talk about that and talk about how you got into radio. But where did it all begin for called Jackson actually before we get to where it began? Where are you now? Because you're doing a radio show. You're not just guest hosting for the great Larry elder when he's not there. That is correct. I'm currently living in Orlando, Florida, and I broadcast on a.m. 9 50 the answer Salem in Orlando here. So you're part of the Salem faculty as the great Sebastian gurkha calls it. Well, so, okay, so you're on the air in the Orlando area. But you've got an amazing story. I just got bits and pieces of it. So let's just start with tell us your story. How did it begin? Well, well, I gotta tell you, I was born and raised in Los Angeles, California, born in the city of Compton, a race primarily in areas of linwood and Long Beach. My mother died when I was 11 years old. She was obviously the matriarch of the family. She was the glue that helped the family together. And after she passed, I was 11 years old. I remember the day vividly. I can remember virtually every detail, very tough day. And I had a father and I still do my father still live living in Los Angeles. And he was a disciplinarian. He was tough. I didn't have the greatest relationship with him at the time. I do have a much better relationship with my dad today. And I love him dearly, but he was a disciplinarian. And my mother obviously was the nurturer of the family and she did a great job of it. So when she died, I went from being an honor role student and gifted and talented. And unfortunately, I am not having that type on with my dad. I kind of drifted and get into some things that I shouldn't have gotten into fortunately. I was raised albeit in a cult initially thank God. It's no longer a cult worldwide Turkic God under Herbert W Armstrong. Had some biblical foundations. Some basis in the Bible, although that was a weird view, and again, thank God, they're no longer a cult. But so I ended up moving to Orlando, Florida when I was 15, 16, living with an aunt and uncle and I left Los Angeles because I wanted to make sure that I stayed out of the streets. And then unfortunately, living here, short period of time, I ended up getting into trouble with the law. Got arrested a couple of times. Now, before you go on Carl, that's fascinating that your mother dies you're very young. It's horrifying. And obviously, it's interesting too that, you know, when we talk about same sex marriage and stuff, I mean, the idea of having a mother and a father, they're very different. And they work usually together, ideally, right? Because just having a father just having a mother. But they work together. So that you clearly were not doing well with just your dad. But then you took it on your initiative to get out of that area and to go at whatever 15 or 16 to Orlando to get so it's not like your father sent you away. You said you want to do that? Yeah, I wanted to do that. And obviously it hurt my father at the time, but I thought it was the best thought it was the best thing. Obviously, I was very young and, you know, he was willing to allow it to happen to give it a shot and I stayed with an uncle of mine for approximately about a year or so. Before moving out on my own with some friends and did you I mean, what was going on where you were in California at that time that you said I need to get out of here? Quite frankly, I mean, growing up in being surrounded by gang members and everything like that. I just didn't want anything to do with that. We didn't have we didn't have a lot of money. I knew that we couldn't afford to live in the living areas that would that would be safe, quite frankly. And I just didn't like it. At one point in time, we came to Florida, a vacation in Florida and visited Mayan and uncle. And I thought that was pretty cool. I also had a friend in California that lived in Corona, California, riverside county. So sometimes I'd go up there to visit him. And I just have this I always wanted. I never wanted to be in the hood. You know, I survived in the hood, but I think anyone that's honest will tell you that listen, it isn't, it's not Paradise when you live in the hood. So I didn't want to be there and I felt like my only escape was to go to a safe place. A place that I knew and that was Orlando, Florida with a man and uncle that was okay, so you get to Orlando with good intentions, but you said you got in trouble anyway. So go ahead, keep going. Yeah, so I moved out late with my aunt and uncle for about a year. Then I moved out, moved in with some a friend of mine and eventually just started dating different girls and getting into that scene. I started hanging out with the wrong crowd. And eventually started getting in the trouble. You know, just it was stupid stuff too Eric. I mean, it was sometimes I would just go to I ended up getting it into a death ring to be quite honest with you..

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EXPLAINER: Did Rittenhouse lawyers do enough to prevail?

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 3 weeks ago

EXPLAINER: Did Rittenhouse lawyers do enough to prevail?

"Jurors deciding the fate of Carl Rittenhouse who killed two men and wounded another during a police brutality protest will be allowed to consider lesser charges that's what the judge said Friday of jurors up to work with him on some of the original counts Rittenhouse sobbed as he testified that he acted in self defense saying he feared for his life last year during a night of unrest in Kenosha Wisconsin following the shooting death by police of Jacob lake a black man Rittenhouse is white so were his victims prosecutors paint him as a vigilante who came to the protest from out of state with the rifle to provoke a response jurors are expected to begin deliberating Monday after closing arguments I'm Julie Walker

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AT&T and CNN Welcome Liars Like Carl Bernstein

Mark Levin

00:58 sec | 3 weeks ago

AT&T and CNN Welcome Liars Like Carl Bernstein

"Go ahead Led this conspiracy by the president of the United States There you go There you go This man is unhinged Sounds like Chris Christie Sounds like Liz Cheney Liz's new friends It was led by the president of the United States The man is no evidence whatsoever So why does CNN put him on Why does AT&T which owns CNN Provide a platform For such a buffoon For such a liar You lied all throughout Russia collusion He's a hack He's obsessed And yet AT&T in many of you pay AT&T a lot of money every month AT&T subsidizes this Whose subsidize this

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So Carl Bernstein Thinks Questioning an Election Is an Insurrection?

Mark Levin

01:43 min | 3 weeks ago

So Carl Bernstein Thinks Questioning an Election Is an Insurrection?

"Now with this in mind I would like you to listen to first let's say mister producer first let's go to cut 6 This is Carl Bernstein Who a Watergate fame and yet he was the junior partner who did almost nothing I think a Woodward did most of the work And even he didn't have to work that hard It was the deputy FBI director leaking all the information to them Because he wanted to be the director and he wanted to knock out the people that Nixon wanted Wow imagine that Cut 6 go Let's look at what's happening here We are talking about a conspiracy like no other in the history of the United States to undermine an election Bull crap What do you think Al Gore was doing in 2000 To undermine an election What do you think the Florida Supreme Court was doing to undermine an election What do you think the Pennsylvania Supreme Court was doing in this last election The undermine the election What do you think Mark Elias was doing with all this hundreds of millions of dark money to change the election rules and one important state after another That's not an insurrection What do you think Russia collusion was You big fact slob When you are pushing it when the constipated news network you're working exactly the right place When they were pushing and all the media were pushing it What do you think about that Was that an insurrection or the effort now by the Democrats and only the Democrats To change our government they change our economic system to attack private property rights They have an unconstitutional wealth tax to have open borders and violation of federal immigration laws What do you call that genius

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Author Paul Gottfried Has Written the Book on Fascism... And Antifascism

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:13 min | 3 weeks ago

Author Paul Gottfried Has Written the Book on Fascism... And Antifascism

"And Paul Godfrey has written a book titled anti fascism. The course of a crusade, who is Paul gottfried, you wonder, I'll tell you, first of all, he's my guest for this hour. He is the editor of chronicles. Some of you know that journal, he's an American paleo conservative philosopher historian columnist. He's a former Horace raffensperger Professor of humanities at Elizabethtown college in Elizabethtown Pennsylvania, as well as a Guggenheim recipient wow, doctor gottfried welcome to this program. Thank you for having me on. Well, it's a joy to have you on and to talk about your new book anti fascism. You had to be aware that there's something funny about the idea that you've written a book called fascism, the career of a concept followed by anti fascism, the course of a crusade. Tell us about that. Well, you know, I became interested in the subject of fascism before I was confronted by the problem of woke of the woke left, which is what we're dealing with right now. Much of my earlier scholarship, you know, dealt with political movements and movements of the right, as well as movements to the left. And I wrote a biography of Carl Schmidt, a German political theorist who influenced into war fascism. So sort of natural that at some point I wrote a book on fascism as well. And in studying the book on fascism, I was informed by a person who has become sort of my mentor Stanley Payne who's probably the outstanding scholar on the subject of fascism that the best part of the book was my treatment of anti fascism. So I was urged by Stanley and then by Amy ferranto, who was my editor at Cornell University in northern Illinois university presses. They're now merged that I should write a book on anti fascism, which I did. And as I told her, I found it much less interesting to my book on fascism because the people I was dealing with were much less

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John Zmirak and Eric Discuss the Possibility of Life on Other Planets

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:13 min | 3 weeks ago

John Zmirak and Eric Discuss the Possibility of Life on Other Planets

"John's my friend. We have a lot to talk about. We've already been talking about many important things. Now, we did talk about Camilla Parker Bowles. We're not going to talk about her anymore. We're going to talk about Camilla Harris who's the vice president of the United States. And she styled as the duchess of Sacramento. And or actually, we don't have to talk about her. What would you like to talk about? Rather, move to more elevated topics. I've got a piece of stream dot org called a pale blue dot, I think not. And in it I talk a bit about your book is atheism dead. I talk about the book, the privileged planet. Carl Sagan on the old cosmos from the 1970s and 80s. Used to present the vastness and emptiness of the universe. And are small rather off center position in it as proof of human insignificance. He would say things like in a wear on a third rate planet with a second tier star and an unfashionable neighborhood of the back end of nowhere of an universe that is vast and seemingly empty. Where there is doubtless life on billions of other planets, and maybe far more advanced than our own. Well, since then, science, capital S, science, TM, trademark, has discovered something new. It's discovered that there are very few planets in the universe that are in fact inhabitable. We used to think, oh, maybe there's life based not on carbon, but silicon or magnesium based life forms. No, no. Science is increasingly found that life has to be based on carbon, it has to have water, it has to have tectonic plates. It has to have a moon. It has to be within a certain distance, perfect sort of Goldilocks distance to a medium sized star. The number of constraints on inhabitable exoplanets has kept growing and growing and growing. And the number of candidates for planets that might have life has been shrinking and shrinking and shrinking and shrinking and shrinking and shrinking and shrinking until it seems increasingly as if earth and maybe a few other very earth like planets somewhere. Are the only places where life could possibly exist. I would go, I have gone a step farther in what I have written. I have said that the number of planets where life should exist shrank down down down down down to zero and then kept going. In other words, the odds against life even existing on a single planet like earth went below zero to increasingly impossible to the point where I now argue in my book miracles and in the new book is atheism dead that the odds against any life existing are

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Roland Martin Rages Against Democrats to Cut the 'Wokeness'

Mark Levin

01:35 min | 3 weeks ago

Roland Martin Rages Against Democrats to Cut the 'Wokeness'

"So you're going to hear Tiffany cross I don't know anything about Tiffany cross but apparently she works for MSNBC to all these people on MSNBC this weekend And Roland Martin At 5 go But I just got to hear your take on the carba when his comments on woke speak And what karma and what Carl said is there's too much woke ism in the Democrat party And that's one of the reasons we lost Go ahead Shut the F up Because I'm sick of these white men whining and complaining about wokeness when you like it when black folks and Latinos and young white voters and agents are voting for candidates How about this James carville How about you go learn how to cut them Lincoln project type ads with Democratic Party How about creating some actual means Where is the video of this morning touting infrastructure deal How about you go raise money to run those ads on LA in and Fox keep something in mind Carvel has been his life promoting the Democrat party This punk I don't know what he spent his life doing And I'm no special pleader for carville But why don't you do this Why don't you do that Why don't you explain Why you said I'm sick of these white men whining and complaining about wokeness When you like it when black folks and Latinos and young white voters and Asians are voting for candidates One is nothing to do with the other One is nothing to do with the other But look at the line in there I'm sick of these white men whining and complaining about what

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Tuesday's Elections Are a 'Sonic Boom' Wake-up Call for Democrats

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:49 min | Last month

Tuesday's Elections Are a 'Sonic Boom' Wake-up Call for Democrats

"First, I want to display a little bit of just the collapse. I want to just play a little bit of the video of the collapse of the Democrat regime in real time. I want to go to 56 and 57 in order, let's play cut 56 a little bit about the Virginia election results play cut 56. This is not going to go Republican. And this is a state that has not had a statewide Republican since 2009 about McDonald's governor at the Senate level at the gubernatorial level. The state was bright blue. Right. Yesterday. And now that's a next January state is going to be almost entirely in control of Republicans. And that's, you know, that's a bloodbath. And a state that Democrats are dominated, dominated for the past decade. And Republicans have taken control of the Virginia House of delegates 51 49 that no one saw coming. Cut 57, John Carl from ABC says this is a sonic boom of a wake-up call for Democrats, but they won't heed the wake-up call instead, you have Pelosi and Schumer say, oh, this is why we need to go spend these trillions of dollars we don't have on programs that are unpopular. Honestly, Democrats, I hope you guys try to implement CRT in every single school district across the country, not because it's good for the country, super damaging, but voters hate it so much that it's the greatest political gift to conservatives you could imagine. Play cut 57. George, this is a sonic boom of a wake-up call for Democrats. Biden won Virginia by ten points just a year ago. He won New Jersey by 16 points. And the big factor is the one you mentioned, Republicans vastly outperformed in the suburbs. That is precisely where the battle for control of Congress will be waged next year in the midterm election. And so all across the country, you are seeing this trend.

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Cavallo comes out in a big statement before A-League season

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | Last month

Cavallo comes out in a big statement before A-League season

"A star on Australia's Adelaide United did something rare in soccer or in men's sports around the world I'm just calling I'm a football and I'm proud to be gay his team released a video of the twenty one year old camallo says he felt the need to hide himself until now tied trying to perform at the best of your ability and to leave this double life go follow said he was worried people would treat him differently once they knew he was gay the response and support I have received is an immense at starting to make me think that why have I been hi this bid into sidelong is coach Carl beard praised Cavallo for his courage hopefully that happens the more doors for more pies and and more people that have gone through the same struggles is Josh camallo season in Australia kicks off next month I bet Donahue

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Doctors grow frustrated over COVID-19 denial, misinformation

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 2 months ago

Doctors grow frustrated over COVID-19 denial, misinformation

"The mood has changed for many healthcare workers during the pandemic people are behaving badly a year ago we're you know health care heroes everybody happened since now are being in some areas rast doctors do Kaufman works in an emergency room in Dallas in baton Rouge Dr Vincent Shaw is hearing doubts about the vaccine most common as I'm not sure what's in the vaccine Dr Carl Lambert at rush medical university center in Illinois says he's hearing downstairs that ship in the vaccine that it takes over your DNA that it that it gets into your genome which is which is impossible member tries to calm the patient hoping to change their minds even say like empathetically yeah there's a lot information it's easy to get confused but I'm so glad you brought it to me so that I can can kind of clear that up one patient told the doctor he wanted to strangle president Biden for pushing for vaccinations I'm at Donahue

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Biden Administration Reviving Trump's "Remain in Mexico" Border Policy

The Larry Elder Show

01:25 min | 3 months ago

Biden Administration Reviving Trump's "Remain in Mexico" Border Policy

"I welcome back to the larry elder show. I'm here with my guest. Baena the meal. I'm carl jackson here. What my guess. Horry baena the media research center latino just real quick or hey I just wanted to get your take on this The biden ministration. All of a sudden seem to be cozying up to the or reviving. The trump's remain in mexico city policy. Give us a quick take on that for you. Go well it. Was it foolish for him to to unwind those those policies run but he wanted that on day one At the at the at the request of latino media basically and latino activist immigration activists you know biden unwound these reform the of these these. These measures remain the mexico the mtv program And that basically opened the door and that set an open invitation for basically the central america the empty itself out onto our southern border. I had enough And he got fired of all the winning so to speak trying to reimpose Remain in mexico. I don't know how you gonna do it when you got no mexico. Because when you unwind those agreements those other nations are no longer bound to them. And i'd with mexico so i need do remain in mexico with no mexico.

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"carl" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

07:41 min | 3 months ago

"carl" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Carl DeMaio. Chairman Reform California This is the Gemayel report. The fight continues. We're talking to Larry Elder, the Republican candidate for governor. He is the front runner. You know, uh, that on the second question on the recall. There's no doubt in my mind. Larry Elder is going to win by a landslide on that second question. But what will determine whether Larry Elder will take office to be California's next governor is whether we win a majority on The first question by voting. Yes, on recall. So Larry Elder. What will you do on your first day in office to start turning California around? Well, to the extent that there are mandates for state workers to be tested once a week and also to wear a face mask at work. I'm going to repeal those right away. Everybody in California who wants to be vaccinated pretty much can be and has been And poor people can be vaccinated for free. I have been vaccinated. Contrary to what one of the Gavin Newsom ad said. I'm not anti vax. I've been vaccinated because of my age because of another underlying condition that I had. My doctor strongly advised me to be. Vaccinated. I think people in certain categories ought to be vaccinated. But I certainly don't believe government should be mandating that people be vaccinated and to the extent that there's legislation like that, and I understand that they have held it off, in my opinion, because they fear that will hurt Gavin Newsom. They're probably introduce it after the recall assuming Gavin Newsom prevailed, which I don't believe he will. I will Of course not sign that and I'll repeal any mandates regarding state workers on my first day, the other thing I intend to do. Carlos declared a statewide emergency on housing. One of the reasons we have a homeless problem is that we don't have any low cost housing to the extent that we can treat people who are mentally ill and who were addicted to substances. They have to go somewhere and given the power of the environmental extremists and laws like the California Environmental Quality Act, we are we have a undersupply of almost a million housing units. I'm going to be suspending sequel of that law or waving it or watering it down so that we can unleash the power of the private sector to build homes. The average place to go home in California just hit $800,000 150 percent more than the national average. The other thing I'm going to do early on in my administration is to declare a statewide emergency on water. We are running out of water in California. We're not saving enough during wet years. To get us to the dry years. There are all sorts of projects on the boards, including the sites, Uh, reservoir raising, raising the Shasta Dam and other projects about a half a dozen project that are sitting there that voters have approved that are just sitting there because of lawsuit. Because of the strength of the environmentalist. I'm going to be declaring a public emergency on water slackened unleashed those products projects so we can get farmer water farmers water. And make sure that everybody else has an adequate supply of water. So those are a couple of things I'm going to do. I also I'm going to be a strong proponent of school choice. The money should follow the child rather than the other way around kids in our government schools. 80% of them are black and Brown are getting a lousy education. Only about half of third graders can read at state levels of proficiency and the mass scores are even worse. 75% of black boys cannot read at state levels of efficiency. And again, the scores are even worse. Want to be able to set up. Education savings accounts is going to be a ballot initiative to do just that. So the 15 grand we're spending per student per year would go into that, and the parent could use that money for a charter school for a private school. For religious school or for even homeschooling. So those are some of the things I'm going to be working on. And of course, I'm going to be dealing with the homeless problem, and we should involve the church of which involve mosque in synagogue government has proven itself. Incapable of dealing with people. Dealing with the underlying conditions as to why they're in the streets. I also I'm going to be urging the repeal the proposition 47 that allows people to steal up to 950 bucks, not just a day, but at every single store without fear of going to jail. If one of the reasons we have homeless problem, so those are the things I'm going to be taking on early on in my administration curl Can you also add to the list, repealing or reversing Gavin Newsom's executive order from two months ago authorizing the release of 76,000 felons from prison. Oh, yes, And since the coronavirus 20,000 felons have been released early, many of them violent offenders and baseball stats, they're likely to re offend. Just the other day. Barbara Boxer was mugged in open had her cell phone taken. And a few months before that, a middle homeless person attack Gavin Newsom had Gavin Newsom that had his security detail around him. Who knows what would have happened? I'm also going to be urging the recall of these too soft on crime. Da's one is in San Francisco and one is in Los Angeles. They believe in cashless bail. I do not They are not prosecuting criminals to the fullest extent of the law. That's one of the reasons why crime has gone up and the very people that the left claim to care about black and brown people are dis apportioning hurt by this violent crime. You know, Obviously you are going to be going up against a Democrat supermajority in the Legislature. How are you going to be able to work with them, or are you basically going to be prepared to hunker down and just stop there? Bad agenda. Well, it's kind of kind of both. I talked with the former governor Pete Wilson about this very thing. And he said, you'd be surprised at how much more sensible legislation becomes. Once you tell the Democrats that they should empower Republicans when they're considering legislation. Otherwise, you're going to veto their bills. A bill that's been vetoed has not been overridden here in California, 1980 almost 40 years. It turns out when you veto with job killing Bill, for example. And you go to the public and explain why you vetoed it. The phones ring of the local lawmakers, and suddenly they no longer have the gumption to override the veto. I also, of course, have the power to declare a public emergency. I can declare an emergency session of the Legislature so they have to deal with a given issue. I'll have the line item veto, have the power to appoint members of these very powerful commission fight the coastal commission like the Public Utilities Commission, and I'll have the power of the bully pulpit. I'll be able to explain things in ways that California can understand. I don't think the average Californian realizes how bad things are. And when people often leave the State Co People complain that they quote bring their politics with them close with their left wing politics with them because they don't understand that there is a direct line between the outrageous left wing policies in Sacramento, and the fact that that housing is so high. They don't understand that there's a direct line between Sacramento and why the schools have become so bad. They just know the schools are bad, and I can't afford a home, so I'm leaving. So once I connect those dots, I think it's going to be a realignment on how people think about a lot of things here in California. Well, I know that, uh, one of the best ways that you could stop bad things from happening is to Came these out of control woke government bureaucracies, and that means we're gonna have to literally get in there quick. And so we're happy to help you if you need any help at reform California in Suggesting people who have experience in turning government agencies around because you're gonna have a whole lot of people burrowed in that are going to try to. I know traps for that. That's what the deep state nationwide. This is deep, deep state in California, and you know the stranglehold so called special interests have on lawmakers in California. I am no, I'm under no illusion about how difficult this is going to be. I've got a lot of smart people a lot of smart lawyers. I'm not going to be in court for a very long period of time, and I'm urging people to go to elect elder dot com elect elder dot com And throw.

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Don Brown Discusses His New Docu-Drama 'Call Sign Extortion 17: The Shoot-Down of SEAL Team Six'

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:46 min | 3 months ago

Don Brown Discusses His New Docu-Drama 'Call Sign Extortion 17: The Shoot-Down of SEAL Team Six'

"Had an opportunity to watch a movie that i can't wait to share with you. I've heard dan brown on the radio before great great great patriot a former. Us navy jag. Officer is the author of sixteen fifteen books including call sign extortion. Seventeen the shootdown of seal team six. This was a a nonfiction military. Expose on which this movie fallen. Angel documentary is based A real joy to welcome don brown to the mike gallagher. Show done first of all. Congratulations on bringing this thing to the to the big screen. This documentary is gonna be available at salem now dot com it's produced by rpm films available on our streaming platform. Tell us all about the documentary. What the event was that. That was such a pivotal role in your life. Tell us about. What kind of questions are answered by the movie by the book by the whole process mike. Thanks for having me again. I've been with you before you. You're the great patriot in his our country. So well This this docu-dramas very very powerful docudrama movie which tells the story of extortion seventeen or stores in one seven as they say military aviation parlance which marked the largest loss of life in the history of the american vomited. The war on terror in the largest loss of life in the history of our. Us navy seals. We lost thirty americans at day including uh seventeen members of seal team six and the one of the great tragedies that most americans still don't know about this we know about other things we know about six frivolous soundbites to the liberal media gives us but thirty american heroes lost in one swoop and we still don't know. The story is a general laughing. In this case to filmmakers students. Fiving carl horse are going to do a great great job of bringing this story to light. There are many unanswered questions. You say. I saw a preview on the big screen in the palm beach area. Friday night there was a dry that in see one very powerful expose story and we hope everybody will go on a salem. Now m and wash this move movie immediately in pass on your friends Avid involved in this case for seven years my book came out of in two thousand fifteen year. Kind of to have you on then. Chur cover lots of up a lot of things in this in this story and and the movie touches on some of that No one moving. The one book can tell the whole story but these men need to be honored and this movie is very very powerful. Thing is a great great steps in next step getting their story out. And i appreciate you for Forgiving some time today to remember them.

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Kaley Cuoco Files for Divorce From Estranged Husband Hours After Announcing Split

Radio Surgery

00:22 sec | 3 months ago

Kaley Cuoco Files for Divorce From Estranged Husband Hours After Announcing Split

"Kaley Cuoco and equestrian husband Carl Cook going their separate ways after three years of marriage. They released a joint statement on Friday, saying. While they still have love and respect for each other, they're going in different. Directions with no feelings of animosity or anger, and they won't be commenting further on the matter. It's quote goes second marriage ending in divorce. The news is

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Is Ed Asner in - 'Dug Days' Show on Disney Plus?

Wisconsin's Morning News with Gene Mueller

00:30 sec | 3 months ago

Is Ed Asner in - 'Dug Days' Show on Disney Plus?

"Never died over the weekend. One of his final projects is set to rule out today. Doug Dead Squirrel. The Talking Dog done from up gets his own animated Pixar series, and he's not alone. Get out of my azaleas. Ed Asner is back as the voice of Carl and one of his last performances before his death. Sunday at the age of 91, But it's not his last I m D B list at least seven other projects. Asner filmed her voice that haven't come out yet. All four episodes of Doug Days are out today on Disney. Plus, you didn't dig you, Doug. I am Dog, Jason Nathan's and

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"carl" Discussed on Inquisikids Daily

Inquisikids Daily

04:48 min | 3 months ago

"carl" Discussed on Inquisikids Daily

"Hi i'm luke and welcome to the podcast. Are you good at something. I mean really. Good i bet you are. You might be a great soccer goalie or a champion speller or excellent at the piano. Everyone has something that they do. Well sometimes people do things so well they become famous for it. Carl lewis was one of those people. Carl lewis was born in birmingham alabama on july first nineteen sixty one. Both his mother and father were quite athletic is father. Bill played football and ran track. Evelyn his mother represented the united states in the panamerican games in nineteen fifty one. She was a hurdler by the time. That karl joined the family. His parents were coaching other track. Athletes carl was the third of four louis children. The family moved from alabama to william barrow new jersey. While carl was still little there. His parents established the willing borough track club. His older siblings showed track talent but his parents did not think carl was as good as they were. They wanted him to learn music. Carl wasn't interested in learning music. He wanted to be at the track with his brother and sister. He decided he would apply himself in practice. Diligently at the long jump the long jump is a track and field event where the athlete runs as hard as possible and leaps as far as possible. Interestingly around this time when carl was fifteen years old he grew a lot. He got two and a half inches taller in just one month. This put so much strain on his body that carl had to use crutches for a short time until his body adjusted. He kept practicing the long jump. He competed in highschool meats and one sometimes but more often his practice finally paid off. But at the time that carl graduated from high school he was a national record holder in the long jump. He jumped an incredible twenty six feet. Eight inches carl went on to attend the university of houston where he continued to excel in one thousand nine hundred eighty one. He became just the second person ever to win the long jump and the one hundred meters sprint. The other person who had done it carl's track and field hero. Jesse owens while at the university of houston. Carl qualified to be part of the us olympic team. Sadly the us did not participate at the olympics that year to protest the ussr invading afghanistan. Carl left the university of houston to work at the santa monica track club in nineteen eighty two. He continued to get better and was now dominating four events the long jump the one hundred meters the two hundred meters and he was part of the four hundred meter relay team leading up to the nineteen eighty-four olympics. Carl continued to win medals and set world records. He confidently declared that he would win. Four events at the olympics. Some thought he was being boastful but he did just that he not only won four gold medals but he also set records in the process. Carl competed in three more olympics and earned a total of nine gold medals and too bad for the skinny kid who was told he wasn't good enough. In fact carl lewis was so athletic. He was drafted by the nfl. Dallas cowboys even though he never played school football and by the nba chicago bulls. He did not play for either team after the nineteen ninety two olympics. The winds weren't as easy for carl. He was getting older and younger. Men were able to beat him. He did however compete at the nineteen ninety six olympics in the long jump and earned his fourth straight gold medal. In that event he buried his gold medal with his father in nineteen ninety nine. He was named one of sports. Illustrated's athletes of the century. He was inducted into the national track and field hall of fame in two thousand one. Carl lewis showed that hard work and perseverance. Along with natural talent pays off..

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Trends for Voice Assistants Use in the Car

The Voicebot Podcast

02:27 min | 3 months ago

Trends for Voice Assistants Use in the Car

"All right. So the first thing i want to talk about is how big is this space. So data shows in the us. There are one hundred twenty seven million consumer so that's one hundred twenty seven out of about two hundred sixty million. Us adults who are using a voice assistant at some point while they're driving. Now what does this mean. Let's talk about the definition there. This is the broadest definition of water. Voice assistant use is in the car and that means they could be using bluetooth connected to the sound system it could mean they're using their apple carl carplay or android auto which are projection technologies which basically are just the smartphone but it takes over the screen the payment center screen as well. So it's really that smartphone experience again but it's a little richer than just using bluetooth connect to the phone and then we have the embedded or in car voice assistance provided by the auto manufacturers embedded in the infotainment systems sometimes their custom. Sometimes they're provided by one of the general purpose players like amazon or google so this is the broad definition so about one hundred twenty seven million in the us now. We have three years of data on this from the us around the car. We've been doing this report since two thousand nine hundred. This was the first year we actually added and the uk and germany and the future years. We hope to add a few more as well. So in germany we have twenty seven hundred million. But also you know it's twenty seven million out of an adult population of sixty nine million and then in uk it's just under nineteen million out of fifteen million total population. She's starting to get a sense of how large these these are now the us adoption rates more in terms of people who've tried it. However if you go to the uk in germany what you're gonna find there's a higher proportion of users who are actual regular user so we break this down into people who have occasionally use it. People were monthly active users and people who are daily users so those daily users being the power users using it just about every time they get in the car. So what we see. Is we see a lot more. The casual users in the us a much bigger proportion of the users use it very carefully not in a monthly or daily basis when you move into the uk. Germany they tend to be more monthly active users at least and a lot more daily active user so in terms of the percentage of people were using voice in the car. They tend to be more more to be power users.

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Actor Ed Asner, TV's blustery Lou Grant, dies at 91

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 3 months ago

Actor Ed Asner, TV's blustery Lou Grant, dies at 91

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01:31 min | 3 months ago

"carl" Discussed on 990 The Answer

"Carl Jackson common name because there's Carl Jackson, Carl Jackson, Carl Jackson and myself, Mr Carl Jackson. I heard about Carl Jackson for years. You know that It was a great son. Clearly a Carl Jackson fan Carl Jackson. Call Jax, Carl Jackson, Carl Jackson, Carl Jack Carl Jackson. Carl Jackson was born and raised in Los Angeles, California, Carl Jackson This journey began at the age of 11. He was introduced. The hard work, faith and family values, however, is a struggling team. He wandered down the path of least resistance, fighting himself, jailed twice and with a child he had to fight to raise by the grace of God. He attended an evangelical church and found that there was a better way. Carl Jackson, there's my hero. He discovered that despite America's flaws, God used our founding fathers to create our constitution. It's divine. An exceptional nature is undeniable. There's just no fake stuff about Carl Jackson, while the seed from South Central is saving California Dangerous out here, Let's roll. Carl. Okay, go dance. A free thinker from Florida is in. Carl Jackson is the reason that I was born. It's the Larry Elder Show with special guest Carl Jackson. If not who Carl Jackson is existence, who you All right. Welcome to the Larry Elder show. The number two called into the relief factor dot com studio is triple 89717243 Triple 89717243. We gotta jam packed Show for you today, Joe Biden's poll numbers are slipping. Obviously, Afghanistan is a big part.

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08:04 min | 6 months ago

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"Like one of those lion heads. He's rocket and stuff on another occasion. He was charged by. I love this three different rhinos. Each coming at him from three different directions now. I don't know if you've ever seen a rhino up close and not like seventy yards away at the zoo. It's lying down. But these things are so much more massive and powerful than i ever properly understood if that guys. I'm going to share with you now a video of a rhino throwing a car around like it's playing ring toss. You can really appreciate this next part dude videos pretty amazing so you know that video the cat very slowly pushing a bowl to the very edge of the asshole. It's like a plus like five thousand pounds plus math are so all i'm saying is have carl leaps in the air and the three rhinos. All butt heads. This is my favorite. We're video in the show notes but my favorite part of the video is at the end. It's like for the news and they're like nobody knows that made the rhino angry. Like if the trainer had been foggy you right. that's why he wrecked the car. The car slept with my wife when asked about the incident. We're in three rhinos. All charged carl at the same time from three directions. Carl said to a blown the whole thing off as not much to get excited about since their eyesight was terrible and for them. It's all about the charging and less about achieving the kill. There you go. Carl traveled extent. They don't say how he got out of it that their head a banking thing. Three stooges lied about getting chased luxury. Yeah carl traveled extensively for thirty years collecting specimens to preserve. He rarely slept more than four hours. A night and frequently had to fight off malaria and dysentery. As you were okay. But that's true of ally. And he's a podcast true that's fair not content only to revolutionize the field taxidermy. Carl also invented a portable video. Care hall d equally motion picture camera which he used the document animals in the wild to better recreate them in his museum celtics. The motion picture camera became a widely used tool in hollywood and all the as thirty patents to his name including cement gun an early version of shot crete which is still used today. He built the video camera because no one believes story that he ate a can of spinach punched a tiger if luanda tacit army corps landed right next to the fire well working in the mountains of the congo. Carl discovered an entirely new species of mountain gorilla. of course he shot and preserved a couple of them. Nike and this display is considered to be the most impressive museum exhibit. He's worked but this also represented a turning point for carl. He began to realize that it was not necessary to kill the animals he so loved or to preserve and protect them. So they revelation he came about largely because of the advances in photography which allowed for nature to be preserved shared with rather a lot less bloodshed. Carl then turned his attention to the preservation mountain gorilla convincing the king of belgium to establish the first national park and africa to protect the mountain gorilla and very likely saving them from extinction this cool. I feel like zoos. Exist is the kind of revelation you have before you but then again my first thought when i run out of paint isn't my own harlow has also buddy buddy with teddy roosevelt who we went on expeditions with so after he successfully convinced the king of belgium to establish the first national park of africa. He was also instrumental in persuading roosevelt to establish america's national parks. There was a zero percent chance. This guy wasn't buddies with the taxidermy. Work of karl is still on display today at the field museum in chicago. Many of the impressive dioramas drought are the result. Karl's efforts though by far the most famous is the enormous diorama of two bull elephants. Engaged in combat. I've seen this walter field museum and it is honestly. It is genuinely incredible. Other displays of carl's are still very much viewable in new york at the american museum of natural history in nineteen twenty six karl on his final expedition to view and not kill is beloved. Mountain gorillas caught a fever and dysentery and he died at the age of sixty two. He was buried on the mount right where he fell in the congo among the guerrillas he cherished and saved. Aw and if you had to summarize what you learned in one sentence. Tom what would it be that museum. Exhibit curator was a much more bad ass position. In the. I i i am. Let's do it all right tom. Which of the following is the best name or carl. Aac leigh's human versus animal cage fighting so good. Henrici cody. See the zuma tei is who have seen rhino holds all. That also said oh. It's so good. Well the real answer of course is a. But i'm gonna go with d rhino hole so and other answer. It was a comedy that tom and feeling taxidermy is. The art of stuffing and saving animals for later. Which of the following is the real similar art a preservation jesus by drying him in the sun or taxidermy. An archive of smooth jazz music. Alto sax jeremy inherently inheriting and preserving all the shit that was in your grandmother's curio cabinet knickknacks ernie knickknack keeping all your boy band records in pristine condition backstreets backs at army. Oh backstreets back. I think you're right. That's right all right. So i want for your time. When they make the movie about carl lee's life what should they call it. Hey the right stuffed thank you thank you so good. Be carcass of the dan. See memoirs taxidermy in the middle of a sandwich tax. There's an instead anybody brokeback mountain. Is he did that literally. Nobody should ever have to go after. He's an see so well. The honest answer of course is e nobody should ever after schori time. It was actually a the right stuff. Because i'm perfectly capable go because my last rights ask well no i. You stumped tom so you are this week's right so i would like heath to do the next essay. Who came on right well for tom. No see so and he bosnich begging you for hanging back.

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07:15 min | 6 months ago

"carl" Discussed on Citation Needed

"Obviously the field. Not yet in. Its prime and carl was convinced that he could do better than he could create pieces that were vastly more realistic and lifelike. And that would better represent the truth and beauty of the beasts of the wild so carl took an apprenticeship with the only taxidermist round wasn't just over stuffing bloated animal skins to bursting. Vegas is the guy named henry any operator. Ward's natural science establishment and reward struck a hard bargain with carl and for the some of three dollars and fifty cents a week. Carl agreed to work every single day sunday through monday with no vacations and no holidays and no meal breaks slow from seven. Am to six pm. But in exchange she was free to practice his own methods just as soon as he had completed his eleven hour shift. Somehow carl found the time to work on his own methods for taxes. There are a hundred and sixty hours a week tom. He's only working seventy seven of them. Okay so people just don't want to work anymore is what it is hand out. Gotta get rid of that. Eighteen hundreds unemployment right. What are the first things. Carl notices that fairly quickly actual bodies were not in fact just like skin tubes. Build undifferentiated sneak for yourself again. Ted cruz is recalled. In the moment it's a desire lifelike effect was not going to be achieved by simply piling a bunch of rats with dr animals it turns out were in fact full of bony skeletal stragglers and muscles and be like carl said about creating a framework matched the build and composition of the original animal sometimes using the original animals own bones as that framework he then used plaster and modeling clay sculpting interior of the animal that he was working with that the musculature and shape of the creature was realistic before carefully laying the preserves skin and hide over the framework masterfully. Hiding any seems he was thorough and he was meticulous and honestly his results were extraordinarily. Okay so. I want to downplay the importance of carl's innovations here but he revolutionized the industry by realizing that animals had no missing must've been so much easier. Do one guy to another guy. Animals used to be crunchier today now. He was of course fired. Yeah now for his work but for falling asleep on the job from exhaustion a carl felt hurt and betrayed it having been fired and he left rochester to work for commercial taxidermist in new york city. This job was worse than last though is the owner was described as irascible and dominating and the work was uninteresting and unfulfilling leaving car with no room to expand on his craft thankfully henry ward quickly realized he had fucked up and firing carl and wrote him a letter apologizing and asking him to come back to rochester which carl did in eighteen eighty four hundred. Just read sorry. Carl you're right. They are filled with bones. There's no garbage in their reward entirely bonds or to a. Where's karl point. That things began to get interest. You promise off shots fire. Cpt barnum's elephant jumbo adjust died and he needed to be taxidermied for reasons. They don't say way. Barnum turned award and ward carl the process of preserving the massive beast. Carl way took five months to complete a because they didn't have enough garbage legroom stomach but the result was a presentation far. More life. liked taxidermy to ever before produced that elephant was in some ways a big break and two years later. Carl aac lee was working at the field museum of natural history in chicago. He's stuck inside the elephant. He's trying to fold of fitted sheet these. I'm the finally just wanted up at sticking in the fucking time again for a quick moment of digression how many digression steeper with exactly right. Remember this into a tub of cold water back remember. This was the late eighteen. Hundreds and america and the world hadn't figured out a god damn thing about how the world worked yet but we had figured how go yes and anyone at this point who felt like doing so could just travel on a big game trip to africa and kill the ever loving shit out of whatever caught their eye the idea of conservation while not strictly a new idea was not widely accepted an enormous populations of massive game animals in africa. Were being slaughtered just for the funsies of it. There was a real concern. That many of the large game species that would be hunted would be hunted right into extinction leaving no trace of having ever existed those who curated natural history museums felt the need to preserve the legacy of the natural world not just to document it but to literally physically conserve evidence that these animals were in fact real so when i tell you the next part of the story keep in mind. The hunting and stuffing of animals was thought of at the time as a legitimate scientific documentary record after some time at the field museum. Carl took a job at the american museum of natural history in new york for zero dollars. That was his. Sal could work yeah. He's only stipulation on. His work was at the museum finances. Expeditions to africa that he could hunt kill and ultimately preserve a number of species he found fascinating across the continent. His goals to be basically a kind of reverse new does this to people in georgia. He goes out matter no lucians. It was very confused. As the original noah on this recording the namesake. Okay so the idea would kill between two and five of every big animal he could find and then take them back to his weird build. A bear franken preserve their corpses. So we could all feel a little guilty looking at them. One hundred and forty years later so comme sure. They survived the future. He killed them. Yes house mary american. 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08:02 min | 6 months ago

"carl" Discussed on Citation Needed

"Everywhere seasonal and no. It's the ancient remedy for the opposite of male enhancement to know that explains all the things i've been seeing under boxes and also joining us tonight. Two men who assure you they each want their own rhinoceros heath and what is for the table even here with i'ma three that's why dine alone it avoids any of that awkward confusion. That's what i'd tell you so lonely. Just missing he. thomas sees. It's ooh april year before we begin tonight. I'd like to take a moment to thank our patrons and if you'd like to learn how to join their ranks be sure to stick around until the end of the show and win that out of the way tell us know what person place thing concept phenomenon or event. Will we be talking about today today. We're gonna be talking about karl and tom. You're obviously trying to get on. Karl's good sites that you're not as next victim follow this trail wherever it goes all. Eli have lived my whole life just trying to feel stuff. So let's do it so tell us tom. Who was carl kelly. All right guys. I've been wanting to tell this story for a long time. But it's a timing just wasn't right until now because this is a story of a guy so unbelievably bad as we just like rush right into it without being properly prepared. We'd almost certainly tear something. I'm going to tell you a story today about a guy whose name you almost certainly didn't already know but whose work you may have seen. And his influences you have certainly felt and his occupation and craft is absolutely buggy whip outdated. This is a man who lived enough life for you me and everyone else you've ever met. This is a story of carl ache. Like i feel like you're avoiding. Alleged question on was just asked to name his favorite supreme court battle question. You see and then we'll start there. Five formed an ad hoc committee to decide spending more time with my family in lieu of recent about okay or on a farm in clarendon new york in eighteen sixty four. Carl was even at a very young age much more interested than most animals. Now you might be thinking. I don't know tom. I really like animals and yeah ok you probably do. Carl spent his time in the woods. Teaching himself to paint incredibly realistic renderings of them with absolutely no training still not impressed. Okay well he was poor and his family didn't have any proper paints so carl improvised and taught himself to paint without direction on how to paint and also using his own blood as meet his own. Hey carl just so many other read things. There's so many things that are. I feel like you shut down that brainstorm real quick heath. It is than watercolor ally is obviously blood. Porteous of chipmunks weren't just going to cut it forever we we all have to learn that last top one. It's a tough one. Carl was just really fascinated with nature and animals at the age of twelve discovered. What would end up being the first step toward his life's work. When his cousins pet canary died he saw that she was distraught and asked if he might be allowed to stuff the bird for her to quote. Fix it you see. Carl had seen the work of taxidermist. David bruce at a free exhibit in rochester not long before and he was mesmerized by the idea of the whole thing so we took his cousins canary skimmed. It stuffed it so couple of glass beads for ships and presented. This nightmarish craft project tour presumably. So that her fear and revulsion clip. Terrible i abby your cousin who paints his own blood took it upon himself to create sort of an hp lovecraft freeze oppose liver. And say thank you. So that we're not as i victims garlands or next. Six years learning could about taxidermy before moving to rochester to pursue his passion. It is at this point though. I feel like. I do need to pause and needs. Explain to you. What was meant by taxidermy in the late eighteen hundreds before carl egli came along. Taxidermy was at this point to put it very gently a crude affair. Yeah it's not the classy art attacks by comparison eline taxidermist would typically take the animal. They were working with it. would skin it. They would treat the skin. It mostly didn't rot entirely. Then they would stuff the skin with and here. I am not exaggerating at all. Just whatever crap they had lions for real so many page you a picture. Imagine for yourself a lion which has been shot killed and skin that skin now treated as just a formulas. It's not really lion-shaped in any way the taxidermist just start stuffing. The empty skin like cramming a pillow into a lion chan awkward. And would they stuff. This lion skin with will straw sometimes if they had it or cotton or actual bitch that they had just laying around. They weren't spending money on this season. Whatever was about so instead of at the end instead of a lion. You basically had a weird distorted overstuffed novelty sideshow lion-shaped thing that mostly didn't rock. Carl referred to this as the upholstery method of taxidermy. stuff garbage in their couches. I know we're laughing but this this method is still in use today. That's literally how ted cruz keeps shape. Ask it is a garbage. Someone's holding ted cruz under their skin. And things. Resisting are gentlemen. I can't just leave it there. And i know this is not a visual medium but i would be depriving you. If i didn't share with you a photo of taxidermy which was in a fucking museum in eighteen thirty eight this picture gentlemen take. Okay this was newseum plug in eighteen thirty. We're looking at a lion. Are we supposed to be a lion. It's just take a bite of an antelope or something like that and shape of the lion. Yeah it's great. It's not it's not great highs are the women who like this lines. Mom very clearly just walked in from the other room being like honey. Just make sure you don't eat the live antelope with irby's in the fridge. We started all my cut. It is to lion as like when you're nearsighted grandma but beenish ban. Sorry you said this was in a museum folks if this is museum quality. We just don't do this. This is like starting a space program when you just have catapulted time. I wanna pipe in here as a medieval recreation est. I think thing it looks fine until.

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01:35 min | 6 months ago

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"And when it turned out she'd been a horse the whole shell. I know it was a it was right there in the title the whole time so good look to the left. My left or comes my my left. I'm yours yeah monday monday guy okay guys. I'll bite this time. What why Yes no see so. Welcome to the hall of podcasting. Thought we hadn't settled on hall of podcasting. I didn't we didn't put a pin in the tidal conversation. Tom eagle using a heath. Tom and i were thinking about this. Week's episode. carl egli. Yeah he worked so hard to preserve what he cared about. You know and we got to thinking about podcasts. Okay but they're on. The internet. People can just narrow no not that part of podcasting. No like the lived hearts. Nobody gets to see this. Is this like buying a microphone that you'll never use yay use it. I might use it. My backups could fail backups. Backup field for this exhibit going over the just time even though you know the episode is done. Oh okay so that's an important one. I get that people down of course a core of the exhibit explaining to your parents. What a podcast is. Yeah that's a good one right. really captured. The disappointment in the dads is there.

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"carl" Discussed on First Rounders

First Rounders

04:09 min | 6 months ago

"carl" Discussed on First Rounders

"You know what are you working on. How your grad students. Yeah so it was. I had i was only one of the navy to have an ro one grant so back. I had had data on how to grow cells. Yeah and that was a couple of papers in science and we found out that. Cd twenty eight was a very potent growth factor. Yet and so. I've been studying. These co stimulatory. Nice and four of my senior lab people move from bethesda here a pen okay. That's got started. Yeah yeah. And then i started getting 'cause my lab before but as been had post docs so now i started having both graduate students and post docs and in things really took off. I mean i had one of my first graduate students in. mvp students. Here at penn was marcella. Mouse elkins now associate professor harvard yet. You know doing cartesian therapies. But her project was studying foreign bb on t. cells and we found out that it was a really potent growth factor. You know in addition to see twenty eight so we studied one amalgamates traff signaling pathways and the other allies and fat and so on so we found out how these pathways were different and with a shared and then use those as card designs right. This is the first step sort of like okay. Yeah i need to grow t cells. How can we do it. We can't if we take it from the patient we can grow them them back. That was the first step right. Yeah and when. I was in the navy. Bruce levine came my lap from hopkins. Phd ins in biology. And i had him start using. Because i don't see two thousand eight Antibodies may t-cells grow so then we found out it had. This is the truth of this experiment. Which the two papers. In science we started studying hiv up. And what cd. Twenty eight did there and we found. We could grow t cells from patients with hiv and the virus never came out. We when you normally grow t cells from hiv infected patients. A whole bunch of ours comes out and then kills a cd four cells while leaf and and so we normally would grow up you know. Hiv infected volunteers to take their cd. Four cells outgrow them and then use that to make viral stocks of hiv pathogenic virus to use experiments. So bruce door my lab and we had used cd twenty eight conjugated on the beads. As a way to conveniently activate cells and the t. cells. Were gross at bruce when she go make your own stock of hiv so he got a couple of donors who had hiv aids and grew their t. cells and then three days later. When when they're dividing light you harvest the supernet and spin it down and that now you have a viral stock in you. Measure p twenty four. Well he did that. And there is no virus and i literally got angry at him. So how can you can you screw that experiment off you know and so i went down and did it myself. Then yeah and no buyers get and so what we found out and this was in science was cd. Twenty eight in in like that actually transcriptionist shuts off the course after cr five okay and activate and if you use the other molecules see till a four which is related to see twenty that turns it on and makes a cell sitting duck for hiv. So there's this yang-yang t cells can be made resistant..

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"carl" Discussed on First Rounders

First Rounders

03:40 min | 6 months ago

"carl" Discussed on First Rounders

"And so i had. I applied and got accepted to caltech into stanford berkeley from where i live and then i got a draft number that is vietnam war graduate high school. Seventy one seventy one okay. Yeah so i ended up going into the navy. Where for two stale rice. I went to the navy naval academy. And we're on the east coast and in the war got over and seventy four real graduated and the navy started a pre med program. And i had done things that have you know biology experiments just at a natural curiosity instead in high school. But i know one of my family ever been a position. So i had no clue. I decided 'cause i went into the navy thinking i've ever going nuclear power program for our viewers out. 'cause i had a five year obligation paybacks in the naval academy and then it turned out. I mean they paid for medical school. Sr got interested in that may people out of my class the rest of them went on the submarines and serious latte style. Okay i was the naval academy your fulltime obligation the navy then for five years to pay back the got a bachelor science chemistry. Yeah so then. I ended up saying well. This sounds pretty cool. The medical Wasn't even their brochures and stuff like that that they had a pre med. And then i could get into medical so so i went straight to medical school from college. And then you know it's been adjourned at end in. Initially i couldn't do research got trained in in leukemia. all because a navy had reactors and they're worried about limited radiation exposures. And so i beaumont transplantation in the fred hutchinson before you realize that draft going to be a problem. Did you think that you want be a physician. Then or no you. You're thinking oh our and but they never had backed in these kind of things of what are your real interested in you know and and i you know obviously the cap goes club and all that and i like math and science but but i did have i just never thought of maybe i should go be a physician because no one done that met family but i had a couple of experience in high school and under you know where physicians really helped me like. I broke my arm badly a couple times and a couple of got in a fight in fifth grade. An arm was was bent. I mean i literally had to have it set by an orthopedic surgeon alma. God i remember what that was like. And then i you know but and i had done. Experiments actually bought mice rats and dissect them i'm my i got trichloroethylene for my mother's cleaning fluid and use that as nanas and did lot survival surgery on rats when i was in seventh or eighth grade. Just because i've i've interested in. But i didn't think i'd be a anything. Do the research but an these. Its first off this fighting. Fifth grade sounds terribly vicious for breaking an arm of you know what happened. Actually so this guy had ripped my jacket and we had kind of ongoing thing going and then what happened was i started chasing him and i caught him but then he went out and i flipped over him and there was a whole and i fell into the whole and that bridged across broke my all my god. This is what happened. I mean that was fifth grade And i broke it twice. I mean three months at a cast. He said he can't do anything where it in a sling for like six weeks. The very next day at broke my arm again plant soccer..

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"carl" Discussed on First Rounders

First Rounders

03:54 min | 6 months ago

"carl" Discussed on First Rounders

"Welcome to nature biotechnologies. First rounders podcast. My name is brady hugged. I'm the host of this show since two thousand and thirteen the host. This show. isn't that crazy. We've been doing this That long the guest today. it's big guest. Well they're big guests but carl june. And why is he a big. Because he's a pioneer encarta cell therapy. He's also a co founder of team unity therapeutics and he runs june lab out of the university of pennsylvania We talked about how the vietnam war disrupted. His college plans sent him into the navy. We talked about How the death of his wife actually caused him to look more closely at translational research. This is the second straight guest that has talked about navigating the oceans by the stars. Just by chance craig. Mello talked about that too in episode before this carl talked about if you're doing work that outside the box as he said it's going to be hard to find funding and we talked about Saving emily whitehead's life what that meant to him and her obviously. That's that's in this podcast to. I don't know there's anything else you need to know. i'll have some housekeeping things at the end but for now here. It is your first rounders podcast with carl june. Listen up. oh you're in the office the items that are come in a couple of days two days week bread now. I.

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"carl" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

05:31 min | 1 year ago

"carl" Discussed on Pantheon

"So will could you share the story of carl's longtime editor. Bud mullen and the stripper. Gram your carl. Couldn't have been the sweeter guy on ever get one time when carl came in and he started cleaning up my room. And i like carl. Please don't do this. And you just that kinda guy. Everybody loved him. And we we love buddy. Too and bud love the ladies. That's that's all. I can say and and at his age and so close to permanently retiring. He didn't much care who knew it. So in a lull towards the finishing the film. We thought it be funny if we hired a party a stripper for buds birthday party. That was coming out and that we would introduce her as a prospective assistant above would certainly be giving her the over and and then hit the music and.

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Back To Back

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"carl" Discussed on Back To Back

"Is this your studio in Detroit is this like a complex you live in? ? Do you have a separate studio? ? Built a a built room in the backyard. . So onto the back of the house, , I had the guy who <hes> whose company who originally designed Electric Lady Land Studio else I'll add <hes> his firm did the did the <hes> design? ? Architecture so they did the whole. . The whole space. . So it's almost like another building mess right on the back of the House so We, , we call it an extension, , but as you know, , it would be like A. . Size of of maybe a small party store or something you know candy shop if it was in the building by itself nearby, right? , ? Yeah one it's I think it's good to have a separate space mentally. . Just do something that doesn't feel like you're working out of your house just a separate. . You know that work life balance yes. . Go is good for me because. . I had a building. . <hes> kind of a kind of a not you allowed like a big Detroit building, , but it was you know a spacious building on its own. . and. . Not, , definitely. . Not In walking distance from from either where I was living when I when I got it or where where we live now. . But. . In in the sense of of <hes>, , you know a bigger city like New York <hes>. . It will probably take about forty minutes to get there. . But in Detroit time, , it takes about fifteen herreid. . So so relatively close in comparison to. . Other cities stuff and. . That one was like. . It was like running a boat. . Because you can be in one side of the building and it's raining and you don't even know that is coming through the other side of building and we had that on on many occasions where it would just you know it would just pour through. . We had damaged records. . We had <hes> kinds of things and and <hes> you know the the the Detroit. . I think is always to you know own a big building because. . The cheap in Detroit rather still chee even though the <hes> the cost of them went up there still still very cheap. . and. . You get into owning a building has five floors. . Floors and you can't even use a quarter of it. . But you know you have this big as building. . So it's like <hes> you know buying a Rolls, , Royce? ? And maintain it right exactly, , and then having to maintain it. . You know. So . you're. . You're <hes> rolling around town in this big ass. . Rolls Royce is not really necessary good roll around in a you know a a a s quarter. . Something smaller. . Yeah. . I mean it's interesting that we're talking about spaces and creative spaces. . Because I was actually just reading that your <hes>, , your art installation just reopened now in New York and I was reading up about you know the space that that's in for the people who don't know united in. . A converted Warehouse Space and Yeah I was just thinking about like. . repurposing spaces in how how reuse spaces and how that's tied into your music and Techno Music in general I think techno is a lot about Rican text to allies, ing , sounds and spaces, , and maybe just to start off or anybody who doesn't know what is the party after Party installation exhibit that you did. . A project. . which is a beacon which is. . CONSIDERED UPSTATE NEW YORK In some way but I think it's called Hudson. Valley . is is what it sounds so so <hes>, , they have this big. . <hes> former box factory, , and I think they used to make boxes of packaging Nabisco or or something like that so you know it's it's A. . Really a gigantic again space. . <hes> with multiple. . Rooms. . My favorite room is <hes> the Warhol Room that's got a a beautiful. . <hes>. . A series one series of Warhol, , goes all the way around the whole room though <hes> world ms probably five thousand square feet or maybe even more you know so. . My piece is not directly below it but. . <hes> but below it in in what's considered a basement and they usually have like Dan Flavin pieces down there light the light installations from Dan Flavin and in another part of of the basement, , there is a big flavin wall this that's down there and glows neon. . And <hes>. . My Room is A. . Mighty. . Twenty thousand. . Square feet maybe and a lot of columns. . And <hes> a lot of windows and <hes> when I first saw of course there were all these these ideas that that will come into mind you know it definitely is going to you know rave back in the nineties

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"carl" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

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04:11 min | 2 years ago

"carl" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Three six three eleven ten we go to Carl Carl Cohn is from Texas I Carl good morning general good morning they are a bit I'm partner for a number of years now what a change is made in in my portfolio following your on SNL acacia models with my question this morning deals with money my grandchildren's college fund I was fortunate enough this past year who solar in a parking lot fortunately I own a business that handles the mother of assets and was able to get my grandchildren but ten thousand dollars each the question I've got is what how to best the manager of my oldest grandchild is leaving for college this call the next one is three years in the third one has six years to wait so probably a little different planned could manage to leverage those funds would be about that order yeah I mean it's difficulties you know now do you believe that these all three of these grand children will use this money for college you need this money for college or is it something that might go beyond college first you absolutely need it for college the second one their families doing much better however believe in a truck college fund yet but all three of them were okay down yeah so here's here's my dilemma so I don't believe in I've been saying this for awhile fortunately and I had this yesterday and I never talked about it but even the Wall Street journal yesterday are talking about bonds and bond funds they were talking primarily about municipal bonds but none the less they were talking about risk there and I believe there's a great deal rests there I have some information I want to share the top of the next hour about bank in the banking sector but I I think that is a concern for me I'm not I'm I'm not necessarily a fan of the notion that the conservative thing to do is all way stop at the risk of the markets and going to bond funds I don't know I don't believe I should say that there is a less risk in those bond funds and I I I suspect I could make a case of I had to that there's more risk in a bond fan fine then it might be in equity so that would be that that that really I don't see that as an answer or a possibility even though there may be in the near very near future some return on investment as it pertains to dividends but not necessarily our security that the fund itself could drop dramatically so I I wouldn't do that that leaves two options that leaves equity and at least some cash options and if we wanted to equities I would look at a couple of those foundational stocks that are pain decent dividends they are large cap med cap maybe but mid cap large cap funds that are paying decent dividends and have consistently paid decent dividends and our foundational stocks now I'm not I don't wanna make it sound like there's no risk of their because anytime you have a three or four year time horizon there's going to still be some risk there so that would be on a scale of one to ten I'm going to say ten being very risky I'm gonna say the bond fund might have a scale of risk of seven equity funds might have a scale of risk of of six and a half and are these kinds of large cap individual.

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