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Monday, September 9, 2019 - The Christian Science Monitor Daily

The Christian Science Monitor Daily

12:17 min | 1 year ago

Monday, September 9, 2019 - The Christian Science Monitor Daily

"<music> welcome to the Monitor daily podcast. It's Monday September ninth. Thanks for joining us. I'm play Collins gave a bike and scholars have long endorsed openness to ideas now more colleges want to fuel that flow of new perspectives by discouraging students from using social media to over engineer their choice of roommate risk may rise but the main alternative random pairings but so can rewards as campus administrators have long argued people ought to attend college not only to get a degree rights alley along the Atlantic Nick but also to transcend their comfort zone by engaging with people disciplines and ideas that diverge from what they're used to. That's no less important when students students shift into service years one response there a pilot program in San Jose California that encourages empty nesters to make room for housing hungry kids kids who stipends can't cover rent but who can provide companionship and exchange views. It's kind of perfect natural fit. A program manager tells as the Mercury News and in the workplace in open hiring ethos may be broadening greystone began as a bakery in Yonkers New York last summer became a center for promoting a leap of faith style of hiring that minimizes traditional tripping points like criminal records or I need for life skills coaching and deepens workplace diversity. We've gotten a lot of inbound interest Chief Executive Mike Brady Tells Fast Company fifteen organizations including Unilever and NYU Stern School of business business have signed on now to our five stories including citizen confidence and a young Arab Democracy Relief and kinship on a batter our coast and a bold push for engagement with women's sports our first story the cradle of the Arab spring into Asia. Get surprisingly little attention as elections near a reporter returns for a multi-month visit and finds a young democracy that may have lessons to to offer established ones just eight years have passed since Tunisia's Arab spring uprising overthrew a dictator four elections since have led to a rapid rapid resolution in voters behavior observers and voters say Tunisians are looking beyond party and personalities and focusing on one thing policies policies when President Beigey Kyd a subsidy died in office this summer an unelected caretaker executive took over with a sixty day constitutional the two tional mandate Tunisia parties and institutions agreed to push through elections at a breakneck speed for the sake of their country that meant sorting through twenty six approved candidates in just two weeks of campaigning yet. Many here are suggesting that this up and coming democracy may have a lesson or two to offer for established Western democracies under siege from populous strongmen ideological divisions and Disinformation Saif Edina Makhlouf a a defense lawyer is the racist youngest candidate the lessons we Tunisians can teach the world is how to go beyond divisions based on ideology race and religion and get to the heart of the matter the solutions he says people here have gone through a crash course on democracy won a battle of ideas not a battle of the ideology or personalities this story was reported by Taylor Lock in Tunis Tunisia for the Monitor <music> Tuesday's special election in GOP leaning district may prove a bellwether for twenty twenty but amid the intense politicking a reporter found small signs signs of openness to talking across party lines. North Carolina has long flirted with being a purple state. It went for Barack Obama by a sliver in two thousand eight but went red in the next two presidential races. The governor is a Democrat. Both senators are Republicans which explains why both parties are treating Tuesday's days special election for North Carolina's ninth Congressional district as a bellwether for twenty twenty. The House seat has gone unfilled since January. After through the midterm election results were thrown out amid allegations of election fraud. Dan McCready the Democratic candidate who's now been running for twenty seven months straight is a political newcomer and military veteran who's pitch has centered largely on biography and kitchen table issues with the campaign slogan country over Party. The Republican candidate Dan Bishop has wrapped himself in President Donald Trump's mantle calling himself A PRO-LIFE PRO gun pro wall conservative have less there be any doubt whom this contest is really about. Mr Trump is holding a rally in Fayetteville Monday night given the composition of the district. Mr Bishop should win says Susan Roberts a political scientist at Davidson College in Davidson North of Charlotte but if Mr McCreevy Eke out a victory that will turn North Carolina into a battleground. This story was reported by Linda Feldmann in Indian trail North Carolina for the Monitor <music> we sent a writer to assess flood damage on a fragile stretch of US shoreline and he found something promising in the debris gratitude for help received head led to heartfelt reciprocity. It is perhaps a truism of dire times the more remote the place the deeper the kinship even as has the Outer Banks Ocracoke island remained under evacuation after Hurricane Dorian the flotilla of charity many ordinary citizens who loaded their own boats with supplies. It was so overwhelming that emergency managers on Sunday warned that kraft would be turned back. It was quite a sight watching all those boats coming in from all over over to help says buddy bring him on his skiff. He recalled a similar site a year ago when boats from ocracoke race to the mainland to resupply communities that still bears heavy scars from Hurricane Florence the force of powerful storms along North Carolina's coast is part historical part geographical but as climate scientists worn of increases in their frequency and intensity. There's been an evolution in the response and local say exponential benefits to reciprocity. We have always had faith based groups that have been great about helping neighbors but now we're starting to see communities themselves creating organizations to assist assist in disaster says Frank Lopez an expert on community resiliency and being as this is the new normal. We're going to have to help ourselves. This story was reported by Patrick Johnson in Cedar Island North Carolina for the monitor many factors affect refugee admissions in the US tensions are growing over balancing humanitarian outreach with an increasingly close borders political climate as the world's. It's refugees number a record twenty five point nine million the US is welcoming in historic lows since the modern refugee program began in nineteen eighty this week the trump administration is considering another cut to refugee admissions for the upcoming fiscal year or scrapping the program entirely the white it houses consideration has raised worries among resettlement experts besides humanitarian concern for those who may never reach the US experts also warn of consequences lances for already resettled refugees and implications for the communities. They've helped revitalize research shows that refugees economic contributions the two American communities outweigh the initial costs to resettle them refugees in Southeast Michigan generated about two thousand jobs in two thousand sixteen alone according to a recent study by Global Detroit in fact Global Detroit director. Steve Bachmann seize local level collaborations that route for immigrants success as as an emerging trend he says there's a huge growth of community and economic development leaders who are thinking of their own self interest from the region who have embraced refugee the resettlement and immigration as a strategy really to revitalize their economies. This story was reported by Sarah too sick for the Monitor <music>. Why should inspiration be limited to one gender. Grassroots efforts are aimed at making the stories of all athletes regardless of sex known to the public the first step engaging fans public interest in events like the soccer World Cup and the US Open tennis tournament often belies the fact that women make up forty percent of athletes but are featured in four percent of Coverage League after League has struggled to gain traction with fans sounds even as hundreds of thousands of girls and young women have growing access training opportunity to continue and excel athletic careers for some groups advocating advocating for change the fans rather than the media are the target. She is a group that debuted in two thousand eighteen elevate women in their sports is on track Iraq to send five thousand fans to women's professional matches this year and hopes to grow that number to fifty thousand by twenty twenty five for Brenda Andres the former former commissioner of the Canadian women's Hockey League and Co founder of she is. It's a place to start. We're asking the entire population to not just say they are a fan of women's sports but to actually purchase a ticket or watch it because that's what makes the difference. This story was reported by Kendra Nordine Bianco for the Monitor now commentary on Afghanistan from the Monitor's editorial board after nearly a year herb negotiations with the Taliban president. Donald Trump abruptly ended the talks on Saturday with a string of twitter messages the reason the Taliban killed twelve people last week including including an American soldier with so little regard for life. The terrorist group could hardly be expected to make good on a deal that would have required a ceasefire leading to withdrawal of United States forces. The News brought a sigh of relief to many Afghans who worry Mr trump might be putting a US pullout ahead of preserving the country's progress in Basic Zeke rights and democratic freedoms even more than relief the breakdown in talks renews the focus on exactly what the Taliban most oppose elections on September twenty eighth Afghans will cast ballots for president the seventh election since the two thousand one ouster of the Taliban for all the flaws the voting and infighting among Afghan leaders the ballot box still confers a moral legitimacy far above that claimed by the militants negotiations with the Taliban bond will fare better the longer that group continues to see Afghans braved threats and line up for hours to cast ballots. That's a wrap for the news you can find the full length versions of these stories in today's issue or at CS monitor dot com slash daily come back tomorrow for a special piece of storytelling. We've built a video using staff writer. Scott Peterson's vivid photos of the rebuilding of a war ravaged palace in Kabul title Afghanistan today's Christian Science Spiritual Perspective column shares. How even when things seem hopeless? Nothing can take away. God's limitless love the arms us with Peace Strength Comfort and inspiration. You can find it in today's issue or at. CS MONITOR DOT com slash daily. They want to give a quick banks to our staff including today's audio production team Samantha Lane purpose and no flood. This podcast is produced the Christian Science Monitor Copyright Twenty Nineteen.

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Float On: US-Ukraine Relations, Google Cache, Swimming Cows

Skimm This

12:21 min | 1 year ago

Float On: US-Ukraine Relations, Google Cache, Swimming Cows

"It's Thursday November fourteenth. Welcome to skim this or breaking down the most complex stories of the day and giving you the context kind of white matter Ukraine Rain Ukraine Ukraine's. It's all the rage these days at the impeachment inquiry on Capitol Hill. We'll explain why the diplomats your hand from lately are so concerned about the. US's west is relationship with Ukraine. Then why do go is hoping you'll fill up your google cache off with cash money and finally apparently wild cows are better swimmers than we are. We're here to make your evening smarter. Let's skim this. Today's episode is brought to you. Buy Quip unless you're months. Long media cleanse ended. Today you probably know that. The impeachment inquiry hearings into the president have gone public. They begin yesterday and pick up again tomorrow and continue all next week. It's basically Ukraine all day every day everyone testifying is an official or diplomat. Who in one way or another is connected to US policy on Ukraine? So today we're going to take a step back and look at why Ukraine has been so so important to the US and how the impeachment inquiry is showing how that long-term relationship is being put to the test. I it's important to understand that the. US and Ukraine go way back during the Cold War. Ukraine was behind the Iron Curtain. That was a term used to describe the boundary three of Communism in Europe on one side of the curtain was Western. Europe on the other side was the Soviet Union now Russia and places under its influence like eastern Germany Hungary Poland and Ukraine after the fall of the Soviet Union the US stepped up to help. Ukraine develop a free market economy and and build its democracy from the ground up that included helping fight corruption in Ukraine and normalizing trade relations to give Ukraine's economy a boost in Ukraine. Crane took steps to help the US out to in the nineties. Ukraine give up its nuclear weapons stockpile which had been built during the Soviet era to attack the US. Let's talk about symbolic then in two thousand three Ukraine even deployed troops to support the war in Iraq and for a few years had the fourth most troops of any country in that war that definitely one them so. US Brownie points in late. Twenty thirteen Ukraine was even toxic joined the European Union Union and take a step even further from Russia but then Ukraine's pro. Russia president made a controversial decision to call off talks with the EU flaw. Aw Thousands of people flooded the streets in protest and the global media was captivated that became known as the euro. My Don Revolution Lucien. It was a pretty black and white example of Ukraine being pulled in two directions between its historic ties to Russia and a possible future closer closer to Europe the US landed really strongly in favor of Ukraine moving towards Europe Republican US Senator John McCain McCain even showed up at the protest to make that point extra clear here he was invited shot by the Guardian free world is with you. America is with with you. I am with you. Should lies in Europe after months of protest. Ask Ukraine's pro. Russian president fled the country. But that was hardly the ended the drama because Russia was about to get involved in Ukraine and a whole new way in early. Two thousand fourteen. Russian troops quietly deployed to Ukraine's Crimean Peninsula. Which is on the Black Sea and in a matter of days Russia pulled off what some say is the most successful invasion of territory in modern times by mid-march Russia declared the territory to be? Its own a lot of countries condemned that as a legal but Russia's kind of had the last laugh here since it still controls in the next month russian-backed troops started hearted seizing government buildings in territory in eastern Ukraine before a full on war between these troops in the Ukrainian army broke out Russia's invasion of Ukraine cuss people to start wondering what Russian President Vladimir Putin might do next and who else might be at risk to push back against Russia the US and its partners in Europe did a few things first. They poured billions of dollars of economic insecurity aid into Ukraine. Second Washington put sanctions on Russia to try to hurt its economy and send a message in Twenty fifteen president. Obama went to the UN to to spell out what that message was. We cannot stand by one. The sovereignty and territorial integrity of a nation is flagrantly violated. That happens without consequence in Ukraine. mm-hmm it could happen to any nation gathering here today but in terms of actually helping Ukraine fight back against Russia. President Obama had a more mixed record occurred even though Congress gave you permission to sell lethal weapons to Ukraine in twenty fourteen. That didn't happen and Obama was criticized for not sending Ukraine Equipment Whitman. It could use on the front lines which brings us to some of the Ukraine related drama. We're learning about during the impeachment inquiry. When president trump came into office? They promised to change things and do it. President Obama didn't in late twenty seventeen his administration gave the thumbs up for the US to sell Ukraine key. Battlefield weapons events like a lot of past. US policy's crane this move got. BIPARTISAN SUPPORT The Washington. Post editorial board called the decision a good example. President Ronald Reagan's peace through strength mentality from the Cold War. So that made it all the more surprising would nearly four hundred million dollars in. US military aid to Ukraine. Suddenly put on hold this year. This is one of the things that the impeachment inquiry has been all about according to some officials and diplomats who testified so far they believed the reason was because president trump wanted Ukraine to launch an investigation into Joe Biden's son and others and that Ukraine wouldn't get the aid until that happened and the official explanation from the White House. Different trump has defended calling for these investigations. Because he says we're just trying to fight corruption plain and simple and he's right in the fact that the US has been helping Ukraine fight corruption for years but if the US is new policy was conditioning military support on fighting corruption. That was apparently the news to some of our top diplomats including the US Acting Ambassador to Ukraine who testified yesterday other. Ukraine experts are equally worried about the administration's nations sudden shift in rhetoric behind closed doors and now publicly Nina. Janko Ed's is a fellow at the Wilson Center an expert on democracy in Eastern Europe for a long time. Ukraine has enjoyed bipartisan support on Capitol Hill from the hearings yesterday. I wonder if that is still the taste. Because we're seeing Ukraine be painted as this absolutely hopelessly corrupt nation. When in reality the United States has been the main partner for the past thirty years? In order to bring Ukraine's democratic reforms to fruition and without the US's support on that front it may be harder for Ukraine to to achieve the democratic reforms. It's been hoping for and which many people think are in the US's best interests so what's the scam. The the impeachment inquiry into president trump is putting Ukraine into the headlines. Big Time in the history here matters the. US has been a top supporter of Ukraine since its independence pendants in the ninety. S and bipartisan support for Ukraine became even more visible after Russia invaded Ukraine and twenty fourteen. That war is far from over. which helps ops explain? Why jonquet says the trump administration's decision to put military aid for Ukraine on hold came as such surprise? Thirteen thousand people have died because because they want a right to self-determination territorial integrity sovereignty and the right to live their lives than dignity and have their voices be hurt by neither government. I can't think of anything more American than that. One person who may be able to shed more light on the shifting dynamics in the US Ukraine relationship is Marie Ivanovich. She's the former. US Ambassador to Ukraine who was reportedly called back from her post earlier this year by the trump administration for political reasons. And she's she's the next witness being called to testify at the impeachment inquiry. You can catch on C. Span Tomorrow Morning Brighton. Early at nine. Am Eastern TGIF AGI APP. Coming up why Google wants to get even more involved in all aspects of your life. That's next it we could all use. How with better dental habits that means brushing for two minutes twice a day and floss regularly no matter what brand new US enter quip? Quip makes good habits simple starting with an electric toothbrush refillable floss and anti cavity toothpaste. And if you go to get quick dot com slash. Skim this right now. You'll get your first refill free. That's your first refill free at get QUIP DOT COM Slash Skim. This spelled G. T. Q. A. dot com slash skin. This quip the Good Habits Company I. It's Skim Money Thursday where we look at some of the big headlines of the week and explain how they could affect your wallet this week looking at Google's new partnership with banks to offer users a checking account. They're calling it. Google cache like your search cash but also like cash money uh before we go any further we WANNA point out that GV formerly Google ventures is a minority investor in the skin. A lot of big tech companies have been getting into the money game. Recently Apple has a credit card in facebook plans to launch a cryptocurrency. Here's how we'll go. Cash will work. It'll link. Google pay accounts. Two checking accounts managed by City Group. It's basically another way for Google to be omnipresent in your life. Your personal planner. Your preferred browser your go-to search engine. And now the place you stash your money. Meanwhile city would handle all the financial compliance stuff which could help keep government regulators. Happy Google already has a lot of our data and some people worried about how secure baking Info will actually be a company. Says it won't sell your financial info but it hasn't said it won't use it's inside look at your spending habits abbots to improve its AD targeting. And if you're worried about money the convenience of Google cache might make spending your money a bit too easy because money is still money even with the Google logo to learn more about how Google cache affects your wallet head on over to the scam dot com slash money uh-huh Before we go today we've got a fun fact for you from Cedar Island North Carolina. If you've ever visited the island you may have spotted a wild horse or a cow grazing the land but after Hurricane Dorian hidden September many of the wild horses on the island as well as the cows were believed to have drowned and died now local. Say some of these as wild cows have been found alive miles away at a national park in the outer banks officials say the cows swam there from Cedar Island during the hurricane and were laying low until someone spotted them. Now they're safe and sound three cheers for the cows and that's all for Skim this thanks again for listening and be sure to hit subscribe and rate and review us. Wherever you get your podcast? If you WANNA the skin to your morning routine you can sign up for a free newsletter. The daily scam right on our website at the skin dot com. It's everything you need to know to start your day right in your inbox.

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GSMC Weird News Podcast Episode 256: Wait...What? And Happy Accidents

GSMC Weird News Podcast

30:21 min | 9 months ago

GSMC Weird News Podcast Episode 256: Wait...What? And Happy Accidents

"Is Weird odd strange or just plain? Bizarre is really your cup. Then the golden state media concepts weird news. Podcast will give you. That can't believe it will listen for yourself as we delivered the strangest news. You'd deathly you won't find on CNN. Or it's the golden state media concepts weird news. Podcast hello and welcome to the G. S. MC Weird News podcast brought to you by the GMC podcast network. I am your host. Sarah and I hope you all had a wonderful weekend whether that was A weekend of fun or weakened of relaxing or Productive weekend or combination of all. Three of those. Whatever is a good weekend to you. I hope you're able to achieve that. My hubby celebrated his fiftieth birthday over the weekend. So that was fun. Although we had a million people in our house was actually seventy five but for me. A GIANT INTROVERT. Seventy five feels like a million all very nice people. Don't get me wrong but I'm like so. Many people hubby was totally in his element though he is a massive extrovert in loves that kind of stuff. But we are not here to talk about whether or not My husband and I are introverts extroverts. We are here to talk about Weird News and our first story is one that comes about because it is the fiftieth season of Sesame Street which started on November ninth and this is sort of a side note but they had a a fiftieth. The Premiere of the fiftieth season started a pre premiered. Excuse me the on HBO. I can't speak which I think is weird itself and Sesame Street An. Hbo should not be in the same sentence. But okay I mean you know it. Sesame Street meets game of thrones or something like that whatever but anyway it premiered on. Hbo November ninth so well. First of all the Hubby end sesame street or the same age. That's kind of cool. But I love Sesame Street. I grew up with sesame street. I watched it after school. We did not have PBS. When I was growing up but the one of the local businesses in my hometown actually paid to have it on regular television so that people could watch it. Maybe it wasn't the hometown. Maybe it was the whatever wherever the wherever the station was probably it was in the bigger town. Seventy five or so miles away doesn't really matter. Somebody enabled me to watch sesame street and for that I am grateful anyway. I Keep Seeing Sesame Street Fiftieth Anniversary News on my social media feeds and one thing that POPs up often is the is a picture of the original cast which makes sense because it is an anniversary so they show that first season in the original cast an Oscar. The grouch in those first pictures is orange orange. Now if you know Oscar the grouch if you are a fan of sesame street even if you're not a fan of sesame street you probably know that Oscar. The grouch is green and it turns out that he was orange in the first season in nineteen sixty nine and then starting in nineteen seventy. He became green even more interesting. I think is that in the initial drawings for Oscar the Grouch Jim Henson envisioned him as purple so Oscar. The grouch went from purple. Not In real life. But you know imagined as purple to Orange for a season and then green and this was explained that he When he when he came back the second season he was green it was explained that he He changed a green because he spent so much time in a on a visit to the to swamp mushy muddy expensive time there that he became covered in slime and algae and it just apparently stock. And that's why he's greenwhich honestly makes sense for Oscar. Oscar is aim up at who lives in a trash. Can if you are not familiar. He has an endless supply of trash. He is grouchy as his name implies. But also I learned in doing a little looking into this orange. Degreen mystery that Grouch describes his overall attitude but it also refers to his species. Yes grouch is his species and there are other grouches if you If you've watched throughout the years than other other members of the grouch family or maybe the garage species if they're not related show up at Oscar's trash can and are equally as grouchy. Usually as Oscar is so Oscar has these collection of seemingly useless junk. But sometimes it actually comes in handy and he what I like about. Oscar is that he's grouchy. He's unhelpful. He doesn't like anybody and yet all of the people in all the people all of them up until the children on sesame street a people children are people all the adults up. It's only children on Sesame Street. Still Love Him and accept him and go visit him and help him with his problems. And he's he's the kind of like your in that way. He's a little bit of a misfit but he is still beloved by the people who surround him so He is played. He has been played by Caroll Spinney From the first season he caroll spinney also does the voice of Big Bird Although now Oscar the grouches been voiced by Eric Jacobson. Since two thousand fifteen caroll spinney does some occasionally still do Do that voice. Ah Interestingly enough. Oscar apparently hasn't alias One of his other names is oskoui which is grunge grown jettas. Pet name for him and Yeah I forgot that there was a girlfriend that he that grunge ETA was his girlfriend. How could I forget that? That's terrible So it turns out that Initially the puppet characters on Sesame Street did not actually appear on sesame street itself but were relegated to the intermediary segments Then Creator Jim. Henson wanted them to be more of an integral part of the series. Thank goodness suggesting a giant bird and creature living in suggesting a diet bird creature living in the neighborhoods trash can so the character of Oscar. The grouch was developed by sesame. Street head writer John Stone and Hanson and was based on the personality of a magnificently. Rude restaurant owner. Woo wonder who that was As I said puppeteer Caroll spinney found inspiration for the voice in the driver of New York City. Taxi that he took to the studio. Jim Henson credits. The characters name to the owner and namesake of Oscars salt of the sea. According to Jim Henson's biography Henson and Johnstone Frequented Oscars salt of the sea. Hens office was on east sixty seventh street just around the corner from Oscars salt of the sea on Third Avenue in the early nineteen sixties. Hinson in stone often had lunch there and observe the owner Oscar carp dressed in black looked unkempt and had a gruff disposition And then as I mentioned. Oscar remained orange for the first season of Sesame Street and then changed to green which became his permanent color I'm having less difficulty picturing him as orange and Purple Oscar got should not be purple. According to Sesame Street's Robert W moral Oscar was created to indirectly demonstrate racial and ethnic diversity since his manners and tastes were different from those of the other characters. His creators hoped to address social issues by using his differences as a metaphor for racial and ethnic differences some viewers however saw Oscar as a surrogate for poor urban Americans during the early seasons. So I learned a ton about Oscar. The grouch because he showed up in a bunch of pictures all my news feed being orange and I am very excited. I was always fascinated with Oscar's trash can as a kid. It was on par with snoopy's Doghouse like you rarely saw inside the trash can but every once in a while you'd get a glimpse get glimpse of snoopy's Doghouse and good glimpse of Oscar's trash can and I I don't WanNa say lived for those moments but Every time every time Oscar was on I wanted to know what was going on in his trash can. So it's kind of like the Tartus. It appears to be a normal sized trash can on the outside but it's actually bigger on the inside and It was notably revealed in the film the adventures of Elmo in grouch land An Oscar has noted through the years that it boasts such amenities as a farm swimming pool. Ice Rink Bowling Alley and the piano. Oscar could occasionally be seen rotating While the sending into his trash can implying. A spiral. Staircase other items included Slimy Oscar's pet worm who has a baby sister named sloppy fluffy on Elephants that's right. You always hear floppy trumpeting running around in the trash can Oscar's shoes and dimension gate to grow land. Usa. That's a little with a little further beyond my my watching time but Graceland is of course Oscar's hometown because where else would he be from? It also contains most likely. Many boatloads of trash will yeah of course as stated on multiple occasions the trash can also has a back door. Love it we're going to go ahead and take our first break of the podcast and when we go when we come back. We're going to be talking about the accidental origins of Plato. So stay tuned you're listening to the GMC Weird News podcast. And I'll be right back. Checkout this show built around women of from the UFC to the extreme cage. Fighting we got the fights. Cover the golden state media concepts women's MMA podcast the latest news of upcoming discussions of previous mattresses. Join us as we talked to in about the biggest names in women's mixed martial arts past present and future when it's the women's freight game you know to listen to the Golden State media concept's women's MMA podcast. Welcome back to the GS MC weird news podcast so before the break of course we were talking about the origin stories of Oscar. The grouch against the fact that he started out as orange originally thought of as purple and has been green philosophy. Forty nine years and our second segment is another origin story of sorts and it is one of those one of those stories origin stories that begins an accident and then turns into something that we are all very familiar with. Well probably very familiar with. And that is Plato. I'M GONNA guess that most of us have played with Plato at some time at some point in our lives. Have you ever wondered where it came from or why it came about this Comes from an article in Smithsonian Dot com that popped up somewhere recently for me and I was like Oh origins of Plato. It was an accident so founded in one thousand nine hundred twelve A Cincinnati Company called Couteau Had A A primary product. That was a soft pliable. Compound used for wiping sweat from wallpaper and It was no longer in demand than the firm's future then looked bleak. Fortunately the sister-in-law of one it's one of its principles had an idea. Let kids play with it? Which in itself is interesting. I mean you have a soft pliable compound used for wiping soot from wallpaper. No clearly nineteen twelve was different than twenty twelve because in two thousand twelve. Probably that would not have been the first thought and if somebody had said let the kids play with it People would freaked out. Oh my gosh is toxic. What are they eat at? What's going on you know? We can't let them play with wallpaper. Soot WIPING WHATEVER. It was but no and You know we don't have a lot of sit on our wallpaper now anyway because of the differences in heating but this was the idea. Let kids play with it and so a little background. Couteau products had become the largest wallpaper cleaner manufacturer in the world in the early twentieth century but Fortunes began to change in the nineteen fifties. Oh so it was. Sorry excuse me. It was founded in nineteen twelve. It was not recommended but still even in the fifties They wouldn't have been concerned about children playing with the you know. They were chewing on lead paint. They didn't always bad anyway. Fortunes began to change for the company in the nineteen fifties with the transition transition from heating with dirtier coal to cleaner oil gas and electricity. That city build up on the wallpaper was no longer an issue in many households. Joseph mcvicker was trying to turn around the struggling company when his sister in law read an article about how wallpaper cleaning cleaner could be used for modeling project. Associate wasn't even actually her idea. Sister-in-law Kaysone fall a nursery school. Teacher tested the nontoxic material with children. How did they know it was nontoxic? I don't know anyway She tested it with children. Who loved molding it into all kinds of shapes? She told mcvicar of her discovery. And even suggested a new name. Plato so brilliant Good job sister-in-law and she even got to name it which is cool. It's a tale of technological obsolescence with a happy ending says Christopher bench vice president of collections at the strong National Museum of play in Rochester. New York fortunately. The sister-in-law realized it would make a better toy than cleaning product that turn the company's fortunes around. That's I think that's fascinating. They went from producing a cleaning product to manufacturing what would be marketed. As a toy that's different advertising of stuff So now of course most of us know what Plato is. You comes with all kinds of different accessories and accoutrements for playing with it and making it a new different things. It's now owned by Hasbro. And this accidental. Invention has grown into a worldwide franchise. That is probably as much a part of kids lives as anything else. I mean. That's kind of conic. Childhood Thing right and even if you don't have actual Plato. Maybe you have the homemade. Plato which is slightly different but still fun to play with and you can eat it. It's very salty but you can eat it. According to Fortune magazine Plato has sold more than three billion cans since its debut as a child's toy in nineteen fifty-six eclipsing its previous existence as a wallpaper cleaner by light years. That's more than seven hundred million pounds of Plato. Urban Legend. Has It that if you look at all of the Plato compound created since Nineteen fifty-six and put it through the Plato Fun Factory Place that you could make a snake that would wrap around the world. Three Hundred Times writes Hasbro on the Plato site. The DOE was inducted into the National Toy Hall of fame at at strong at the strong in nineteen ninety eight in addition to the soft pliable compound it. We all know and love. The product line has grown to include. Plato Touch Plato. Kitchen creations plato shop and learn Dough Vinci an arts and crafts toy system for making artistic creations and many more see when I was a kid. No Vinci just you know Plato and don't really have the the the stuff that went with it. We just got Plato. And then he'll you you'd scoop it out of Canada. Get All under your fingernails and that was always kind of gross plato. If you're not. Has that kind of strange smell. It wasn't my favorite smell as a kid. Some people really like it but it wasn't. My favorite smell is the kid. Then it gets stuck on your fingernails and then you'd smell it for the rest of the day but I'm not saying I didn't like Plato. Don't don't don't take that from what I just but there are also Co branding extensions that feature my little Pony Disney Princesses Star Wars and Disney's frozen characters and play sets. Now there are new compounds that have just hit the market. Plato Putty Foam Slime Cloud and crackle. I have not played with any of those now. I must find a child who has them and get invited for a play date. Who WHO HAS PLATO? Crackle wants to invite me over anyone. Okay let me know So quote looking at key consumer insights over the past couple of years. We have seen a growing desire for new ways for children to express their creativity and cultural trends like the viral sensation. Slime has become amongst today's kids and tweens an helped inspire the launch for this year. And this is from Adam. Kleinman Hasbro's vice president of global brand marketing. And he told that he he said that quote is was told to the huffpost in September original originally available in white only in Nineteen fifty-six Boring Plato soon expanded to include basic colors red blue and yellow. It's now sold in a multitude of us of course as a kid I always wanted the neon ones but usually we just got the primary colors but So some of those. Those Hughes include Rose Red Purple Paradise Garden Green and Blue Lagoon. I WanNa be the person that names things like crayons and Plato and paint. How do I get that job? I need to look into that things. Just have such fascinating interesting names. The putty line includes metallic and glittery tints. The recipe has gone through minor modifications over time at one point. The amount of salt was reduced so the product would not dry out so quickly but for the most part the mixture has remained the same and I know it is nontoxic But still it's got that smell. I don't think you should eat it. According to Bench Ziaul is the mother of this time tested toy that is k. the sister-in-law for her students in nursery school. She was looking for a suitable alternative to modeling clay which could be messy and difficult to work with for young hands. Xuefeng had read an article about using wallpaper cleaner to make holiday decorations and thought that might. Just do the trick. She had hard time. Locating a container made by COUTEAU products since manufacturing had already been scaled. Back well fortunately. As the sister-in-law she probably had an in the wallpaper cleaner was already being phased out. Bench says Couteau was headed down the drain at that point Zolfo then took her discovery to mcvicar who formed the subsidiary Rainbow Crafts Company. He began marketing his old product by its new name which was suggested by zoo fall in her husband whose name was Robert and then Woodrow Woodward and Law. Throughout of Department Store in Washington D. C. Was THE FIRST TO CARRY. Plato macy's and Marshall Field's soon took an interest in the toy and begin selling it to sales soared in nineteen fifty eight when Plato was featured in televised ads on Captain Kangaroo. Ding Dong school and Romper Room Bob Kishan who portrayed captain kangaroo would talk about the product Twice a week on his show which definitely increased the sales but If you don't know who captain kangaroo is then you are certainly not of a certain age. There was never a contract but the deal ran for years. L. And I'm sorry. He earned two percent of the sales and so there was never a contract but the deal ran for years. According to bench captain kangaroo was the big cheerleader for the product. The product line branched out in nineteen sixty with the introduction of the Plato Fun Factory Toy. Press that allowed the compound to be pumped out in different shapes other line extensions included animal ark make a meal sub shop and Dr Drill and fill though none had the lasting ability of the fun factory which is still sold today. So what's your favorite memory of Plato? What is the best thing you've ever made with Plato? I am not sure you know the thing with Plato. Were you the kind of kid who insisted that you keep the colors separate or were you? Okay with mixing them together. I always wanted them separate because once you mix them together you cannot unmixed them and then you have this sort of mushy swirly. It could be really cool but no I was that kid that was like. Don't mixup light out anyway. Which type of kid were you on that? Note as you ponder your plato choices in life we're going to go ahead and take second break of the podcast when we come back more weird news. Stay tuned this is your ultimate stop for. Everything's the golden state media concept's sports podcast. Should I say more from the NFL MLB THE NBA TO MMA? It's all in here. Golden state media concepts sports cast. Listen welcome back to the GMC Weird News. Podcast we were talking about Plato before the break and the accidental invention of it and I know I said we were moving on from Plato but I just have to share one more thing that I did not share before the break. I was talking about the smell. That smell the Plato has right. It's very distinct and you know you open it and it. It's it's just very distinct and I don't know what it is because It's a mixture. It's a non toxic mixture. Plato as a non toxic mixture of flour water salt borax and mineral oil. Maybe it's the borax combined with the mineral oil. I really don't know. But Plato has a very distinct smell and it turns out that to mark the product's fiftieth anniversary toy. In twenty. In two thousand six HASBRO created a plato perfume it worked with demeter fragrance to create a fresh out of the can aroma. It was a great gag gift. Bench says but I don't think it did anything more than that. I would hope I would hope not who seriously in their right mind. Wants to smell like Plato. Unless I mean if you're a preschool teacher you might smell like it but you don't want to so to preserve its Papaya. Proprietary Pungency Hasbro filed for a trade for trademark protection in twenty seventeen claiming the product had a unique sent formed through the combination of sweet slightly. Musky Vanilla like fragrance with slight overtones of cherry and the not natural smell of as salted wheat based DOE. Does that sound like Plato. No not to me. The company received the trademark On May eighteenth twenty eighteen so they have even trademark that sent and I just find that fascinating that not only did they trade market and they call it. Vanilla with overtones of Cherry makes no sense but that they made a perfume gag gift yes actual gift not so much okay. Let's away from Plato. Now I promise this time we really well Speaking of sort of childhood nostalgia if you're old enough. How many of you watched Gilligan's island as a kid? I know I did. It was on in syndication and so I watched it at school and It so here is a A Gilligan's isle Gilligan's Island Inspired store it's uninspired. But here's let me just give you. The headline cows swept off coast during hurricane. Doreen survive Gilligan's island style. I really hope that there was one who was like the professor and was able to make things out of coconuts. That would make me very happy. But in all their turns out that are only three cows not the How many one to seven that were on. Gilligan's island so three cows who were swept off the coast during Hurricane Doria managed to miraculously survive in a manner. Perfect for a bovine centered. Reboot of Gilligan's island. Would you watch? Bovine centered reboot of Gilligan's island. That sounds like something that it's got to be a cartoon it would have to be. Obviously live action would be too weird. The cows in question were part of a wild hurt of twenty cows that roamed private land on Cedar Island North Carolina according to the Charlotte Observer. And they were swept off during hurricane during which is got to be extremely scary but they The so enduring hit to the area on September six. A lot of the wildlife was swept off. The island was swept off of the island including twenty eight wild horses. So this is a very sad story. In some aspects the trio of cows were presumed dead understandably until recently in. This article is about five days old until recently when they were all discovered living in the Cape Lookout National Seashore Park on the Outer Banks again. I want there to be a coconut car. A coconut battery or something park spokesman. Bg Horvat told The New York Times. It's a tremendous story of how they made it. If the cows could talk imagine the story they can tell you of enduring that rush of water. See that's why it needs to be a cartoon. Right he added. That must be incredible. It seems the castaway cows managed to swim five miles to a barrier island where they then survived by grazing land. According to the BBC Park Staff noticed the first cow about a month after the storm. The others reveal themselves within the last two weeks now the National Park Service is determining the best way to return the cows to their home with the front runner being to sedate them and take them back to Cedar Island on a boat according to the Washington Post. Now if this really were a of a Gilligan's island with cows they would make the plan and then something of course would happen. So that the folks who came to sedate the cows and take them home on the boat would get off the island but the cows would not because that was pretty much. The premise of every Gilligan's island episode where someone came to the island. That person would off the island. But the the castaways would not. So did you watch Gilligan's island as a kid. Were you a fan? Who is your favorite character? Did you like ginger or did you like Marianne performances. Mrs Will Never gets included in that conversation but I have lots of great memories. It was the flintstones and Gilligan's island and that is what I would watch after school For a while it was. Hogan's heroes. It kind of changed depending I mean throughout the years that syndicated lineup after school changed but that is a big part of my childhood. So you know how I always talk about. You know. People should write a children's book. Will this episode. I'm saying someone should make a Cartoon COW COW COW Logan's island maybe too much and it could be the story of how these cows survived unhappy that they survived. I mean seriously. I don't know how many other animals including those twenty eight horses were if any of them survived but these three cows you know first. They swam five miles and then they survived. Just you know being cows and eating what. They grazie on what they could find. Now they're going to be sedated and taken back home in maybe they WANNA go. Maybe they don't want to go really don't know the answer to that but cows. Gilligan's island good stuff all right. Thank you so much for joining me for the weird new. Gmc Weird News podcast. I Love Finding out these very strange random sometimes fascinating facts and I hope you do too join me again. Next time. If you do like learning about these strange random sometimes fascinating facts. We would love it if you would subscribe. Follow us on social media. Do all those wonderful things that help us on the Internet especially giving us a five star rating that would be incredibly helpful to get the random weird sometimes fascinating facts out to more people. Thank you so much. Have a wonderful weekend. We'll see next time in the meantime you know. Stay weird thanks.

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GSMC Weird News Podcast Episode 190: Orange Muppet and Accidental Play Doh

GSMC Weird News Podcast

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GSMC Weird News Podcast Episode 190: Orange Muppet and Accidental Play Doh

"Is Weird odd strange or just plain. Bizarre is really your cup. Then the golden state media concepts. What's Weird News? PODCAST will give you. That can't believe it will listen for yourself as we delivered the strangest news. You'd deathly Oh you won't find on CNN. Or it's the golden state media concepts weird news. podcast hello and welcome to the G. S. M. C.. Weird News podcast brought to you by the GMC podcast network. I am your host. Sarah and I hope you all had a wonderful weekend whether that was A weekend of fun or weakened of relaxing or productive weakened or combination of all three of those. Whatever is a good weekend to you? I hope you're able to achieve that. My hubby celebrated his fiftieth birthday. Say over the weekend so that was fun. Although we had a million people in our house was actually seventy five but for me a giant introvert. Seventy five feels like a million all very nice people people. Don't get me wrong but I'm like so. Many people hubby was totally in his element though he is a massive extrovert in loves that kind of stuff. But we are not here to talk about whether or not My husband and I are introverts extroverts. We are here to talk about Weird News and our first story is is one that comes about because it is the fiftieth season of sesame street. Which started on November ninth and this is sort of aside no but they had a a fiftieth? The Premiere of the fiftieth season started a pre. Premiered excuse me the on HBO. I I can't speak which I think is weird itself and Sesame Street An. HBO should not be in the same sentence. But Okay I mean you know AH sesame. Street meets game of thrones or something like that whatever but anyway it premiered on HBO November Ninth. So well first of all hubby end sesame street are the same age. That's kind of cool. But I love Sesame Street. I grew up with sesame street. I watched it after school. We did not have PBS. Yes when I was growing up but the one of the local businesses in my hometown actually paid to have it on regular television so that people could watch it. Maybe it wasn't the hometown. Maybe it was the whatever wherever the wherever the station was probably it was in the bigger town. Seventy five or so miles away doesn't really matter. Somebody enabled me to watch sesame street treat and for that I am grateful anyway. I Keep Seeing Sesame Street Fiftieth Anniversary News on my social media feeds and one thing that POPs up often is the is a picture of the original cast which makes sense because it is an anniversary so they show that first season in the original cast an an Oscar. The grouch in those first pictures is orange orange. Now if you know Oscar the grouch if you are a fan of sesame street even if you're not a fan of sesame street you probably know that Oscar. The grouch is green and it turns out that he was orange in the first season in nineteen sixty nine and then it starting in nineteen seventy. He became green even more interesting. I think is that in the initial drawings for Oscar Oscar the grouch. Jim Henson envisioned him as purple. So Oscar the grouch went from purple. Not In real life but you know imagined as purple to Orange Orange for a season and then green and this was explained that he When he when he came back the second season he was green it was explained that he he he changed degreen because he spent so much time in a on a visit to the to swamp mushy muddy and he spent so much time there that he became covered in slime and algae and it just apparently stock? And that's why he's greenwhich honestly makes sense for Oscar. Oscar is as a mother who lives in a trash. Can if you are not familiar. He has an endless supply of trash. He is grouchy as his name implies. But also all I learned in doing a little looking into this orange degreen mystery that Grouch describes his overall attitude but it also refers to his species. Yes grouch is his species and there are other grouches if you If you've watched throughout the years than and other other members of the grouch family or maybe the garage species if they're not related show up at Oscar's trash can and are equally as grouchy. I usually as Oscar is so Oscar has these collection of seemingly useless junk but sometimes it actually comes in handy and he. What I like about Oscar is that he's grouchy? He's unhelpful. He doesn't like anybody and yet all of the people in all the people all of them up until the children on sesame street a people children are people all the adults up. It's only children on Sesame Street. Still Love Him and accept him and go visit him and help him with his problems and and you know he's he's the kind of like your in that way. He's a little bit of a misfit but he is still beloved by the people who surround him so He is played. He has been played by Caroll Spinney From the first season he caroll spinney also does the voice of Big Bird Although now Oscar the growth has been voiced by Eric Jacobson since two thousand fifteen caroll spinney. Does some some still do Do that voice. Ah Interestingly enough. Oscar apparently hasn't alias I'm one of his other. Names is oskoui which is grunge grown. Jettas pet name for him and Yeah I forgot that there was a girlfriend that he that Grenada was his girlfriend. How could I forget that? That's terrible So it turns out that Initially the puppet characters dirt on Sesame Street did not actually appear on sesame street itself but were relegated to the intermediary segments Then Creator Jim Henson wanted did them to be more of an integral part of the series. Thank goodness suggesting a giant bird and creature living in suggesting a diet bird creature living in the neighborhoods trash can so the character of Oscar. The grouch was developed by sesame. Street head writer John Stone and Hanson and was based on the the personality of a magnificently. Rude restaurant owner woo. I wonder who that was As I said puppeteer Caroll spinney found inspiration for the voice in the driver of New York City. Taxi that he took to the studio. Jim Henson credits. The characters name to the owner and namesake of Oscars salt not according to Jim. Henson's biography Henson and Johnstone Frequented Oscars salt of the sea. Hens office was on east sixty seventh street just around the corner from Oscars salt of the sea on Third Avenue in the early nineteen sixties Hinson in stone often had lunch there and observe the owner Oscar carp dressed in black looked unkempt and had a gruff disposition and then as I mentioned Oscar remained orange for the first season of Sesame Street and then changed to green which became his permanent color. I'm having less difficulty picturing him as orange and Purple Oscar got should not be purple. According to Sesame Street's Robert W moral Oscar was created to indirectly demonstrate racial and ethnic diversity since his manners and tastes were different from those of the other characters. His creators hoped to address social issues by using his differences as a metaphor for racial and ethnic differences some viewers however saw Oscar as a surrogate for poor urban Americans during the early seasons. So I learned learned a ton about Oscar the grouch because he showed up in a bunch of pictures all my news feed being orange. And I I. I am very excited I was always fascinated with Oscar's trash can as a kid. It was on par with snoopy's Doghouse like you rarely saw inside the trash can but every once in a while you'd get a glimpse get glimpse of snoopy's Doghouse and good glimpse of Oscar's trash can and I I don't WanNa say lived for those moments but I every time I every time Oscar was on. I wanted to know what was going on in his trash can. So it's kind of like the Tartus. It appears to be a normal sized trash can on on the outside but it's actually bigger on the inside and It was notably revealed in the film the adventures of Elmo in and grouch land An Oscar has noted through the years that it boasts such amenities as a farm swimming pool. Ice Rink Bowling Alley and the piano. Oscar could occasionally be seen team rotating The sending into his trash can implying. A spiral. Staircase other items included slimy Oscar's pet worm. Who has a baby sister named Floppy Fluffy Oscar's pet elephant? That's right you always hear floppy trumpeting running around in the trash can Oscar's shoes and dimension to grow land. USA that's a little more with a little further beyond my my watching time but Graceland is of course Oscar's hometown because where else would would he be from. It also contains most likely many boatloads of trash will yeah of course as stated on multiple occasions the trash can also has has a back door. Love it we're going to go ahead and take our first break of the podcast and when we go when we come back. We're going to be talking about the accidental origins of Plato Plato. So stay tuned you're listening to the MC Weird News. PODCAST and. I'll be right back. The Internet has changed though. Should the way you bank the ANC virtual wallet for Digital Banking. It's time for a change now. 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Xm All access included the Mercedes Benz summer event now serving limited time offers on select line of vehicles offers end September third Mercedes Benz the best check out this job built around the women of from the UFC to the extreme cage. Fighting we got to cover the golden state media concepts women's commemorate podcast. The latest news of upcoming twice discussions reviews mattresses join us as we talk to in about the biggest names did women's mixed martial arts past present and future when it's the women's freight game you know to listen to the golden state media concepts Accepts Women's MMA podcasts. Welcome oh come back to the GMC weird news podcast so before the break. Of course we're talking about the origin stories of Oscar. The grouch. I guess the fact that he started out as orange originally thought of his purple and then has been green philosophy forty nine years and our second segment is another origin origin story of sorts and it is one of those one of those stories origin stories that that begins as an accident and then turns into something something that we are all very familiar with. Well probably very familiar with. And that is Plato. I'M GONNA guess that most of us have played with Plato at some time at some point in in our lives. Have you ever wondered where it came from or why it came about this Comes from an article in Smithsonian Dot com that popped up somewhere recently for me and I was like Oh origins of Plato. It was an accident so founded in one thousand nine hundred twelve A Cincinnati Cincinnati company called coup toll had a A primary product. That was a soft pliable. Compound used for wiping sweat from wallpaper. Her and It was no longer in demand than the firm's future then looked bleak. Fortunately the sister-in-law of its one of its principles had an idea. Let kids play with it. which in itself is interesting? I mean you have a soft pliable compound used for wiping soot from wallpaper no clearly nineteen twelve different than twenty twelve because in twenty twelve. Probably that would not have been the first thought and if somebody had said let the kids play with it people would freaked out. Oh my gosh. She's at toxic. What are they eat it? What's going on you know? We can't let them play with wallpaper wiping whatever it was but no you know. We don't have a lot of on our wallpaper now anyway because of the differences in heating but this was the idea. Let kids play with it and so so a little background. COUTEAU products had become the largest wallpaper cleaner manufacturer in the world in the early twentieth century but Fortunes began to change in the the nineteen fifties. Oh so it was sorry. Excuse me it was founded in nineteen twelve. It was not recommended but still even the fifties They wouldn't and have been concerned about children playing with You know they were chewing on lead paint. They didn't know it was bad anyway. So fortunes began to change for the company in the nineteen fifties breath with the transition transition from heating with dirtier coal to cleaner oil gas and electricity. That city build up on the wallpaper was no longer an issue you in many households. Joseph mcvicker was trying to turn around the struggling company when his sister in law read an article about how wallpaper cleaner finance cleaner could be used for modeling projects. Associate wasn't even actually her idea sister-in-law k. zoo fall a nursery school teacher tested the nontoxic like material with children. How did they know it was nontoxic? I Dunno anyway She tested it with children. Who loved molding it into all kinds of shapes? She told mcvicar of her discovery and even suggested a new name Pluto so brilliant Good Job sister-in-law k.. And she even got to name it which is cool. It's a tale of technological obsolescence with a happy ending says Christopher bench vice president of collections at the strong National Museum of play in Rochester. Mr New York. Fortunately the sister-in-law realized it would make a better toy than cleaning product that turned the company's fortunes around. That's I just think that's fascinating. I mean they went from producing a cleaning product to now manufacturing what would be marketed as a toy That's different advertising of it's tough So now of course. Most of us know what Plato is you. It comes with all kinds of different accessories and accoutrements for playing with it and making it a new different things. It's now owned by Hasbro. And this accidental invention has grown into a worldwide franchise. That is you you know. Probably as much a part of kids lives as anything else. I mean that's kind of an iconic childhood thing right and even if you don't have actual plato. Maybe you have the homemade plato which is slightly different but still fun to play with and you can eat it. It's very salty. But you can eat it. According according to Fortune magazine Plato has sold more than three billion cans since its debut as a child's toy in nineteen fifty-six eclipsing its previous obvious existence as a wallpaper cleaner by light years. That's more than seven hundred million pounds of Plato Urban Legend. Has It that that if you look at all of the Plato compound created since Nineteen fifty-six and put it through the Plano Fun factory place that you could make a snake that would wrap around the world. Three hundred the Times writes Hasbro on the plateau site. The DOE was inducted into the National Toy Hall of fame at at strong at the strong in nineteen ninety eight in addition to the soft pliable compound it. We I'm sure all know and love. The product line has grown to include play-doh touch plato. Kitchen creations plato shape and learn Dough Vinci an arts and crafts toy system for making artistic creations and many more see when I was a kid. No no dough Vinci. Just you know Plato and don't really have the the the stuff that went with it. We Got Plato. And then he'll you you'd scuba without a candidate get all under your fingernails and that was always kind of gross and Plato. has that kind of strange smell. It wasn't my favorite smell is a kid some people really like it. But it wasn't my favorite smells the kid and then it gets stuck on your fingernails. And then he'd smell it for the rest of the day but I'm not saying I didn't like Plato. Don't don't don't take that from what I just but there are also Co branding extensions that feature my little Pony Disney Princesses Star Wars and and Disney frozen characters in place. It's and now there are new compounds that have just hit the market Plato Putty Foam Slime Cloud and crackle crackle. I have not played with any of those now. I must find a child who has them and get invited for a play date who who has played crackle and wants to invite me over anyone. Okay let me know so a quote looking at key consumer insights over the past couple of years. We have seen a growing desire for new ways for children to express their creativity and cultural Israel trends like the viral sensation. Slime has become amongst today's kids and tweens helped inspire the launch this year and this is from Adam Kleinman Hasbro's the vice president of global brand marketing. And he told he he said that quote is was told to the huffpost in September original originally available in white only nineteen fifty-six Boring Plato's in expanded to include basic colors red blue and yellow. It's now sold in in a multitude of us of course as a kid I always wanted the neon ones but usually we just got the primary colors but So some of those. Those cues is include Rose Red Purple Paradise Garden Green and Blue Lagoon. I want abusive person. That names things like crayons and Plato and paint. How do I get that job? I need to look into that things. Just have such fascinating interesting names. The putty line includes metallic and glittery tints. The recipe has gone through minor modifications over time at one point. The amount of salt was reduced so the product would not dry out so quickly but for the most part the mixture has remained the same. And I know it is non toxic But still got that smell and I don't think you should eat it. According to Bench Ziaul is the mother of this time tested toy that is K.. The sister-in-law for her students in nursery school. She was looking for a suitable suitable alternative to modeling clay which could be messy and difficult to work with for Young Hands Zoo. I had read an article about using wallpaper cleaner to make holiday decorations and I thought that might just do the trick. She had hard time. Locating a container made by COUTEAU products since manufacturing had already been scaled. Back well fortunately. As the sister-in-law she she probably had an in the wallpaper cleaner was already being phased out. Bench says Couteau was headed down the drain at that point Zeldin took her discovery. Arri to mcvicar who formed the subsidiary Rainbow Crafts Company. He began marketing his old product by its new name which was suggested by fall and her husband Kazan was Robert. And then woodrow Woodward and Law Thrust of department store in Washington. DC was the first to carry Plato macy's and Marshall Field's soon took get interest in the toy and begin selling it to sales soared in nineteen fifty eight when Plato was featured in televised ads on Captain Kangaroo. Ding Dong school and Romper Room Bob Kishan who portrayed captain kangaroo would talk about the product Twice a week on his show which definitely increased the sales in. If you don't know who captain kangaroo is then you are certainly not of a certain age there was never a contract but the deal ran for years and I'm sorry. He earned in two percent of the sales and so there was never a contract but the deal ran for years. According to bench. Captain Kangaroo was a big cheerleader for the product. The product line branched out in nineteen sixty with the introduction of the Plato Fun factory a toy press that allowed the compound to be pumped out in different shapes other line extensions included animal ark make a meal sub shop up and Dr Drill and fill though none had the lasting ability of the fun factory which is still sold today. So what's your favorite memory of Plato. What is the best thing you've ever made with Plato? I am not sure you know the thing with Plato. Were you the kind of kid who insisted that you keep the colors separate or were you. Okay with mixing them together. I always wanted them separate because once you mix them together you cannot unmixed them and then you have this sort of Mushy swirly truly it. It could be really cool but no I was that kid that was like don't make Plato. Anyway which type of kid were you on that. 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Now get out there. Hit that high note and take mad harmony all the way to nationals this year. Sorry it's pitchy. Progressive Casualty Insurance Company and affiliates price and coverage match limited by state. Law Is this is your ultimate stopper. Everything sports the Golden state media concepts sports podcast. Should I say more from the NFL. Mlb Mel b the NBA MMA. It's all in here. Golden state media concepts sports podcasts. Listen now yeah Welcome back to the GMC Weird News. podcast we were talking about Plato before the break and the accidental invention of it and I know I said we were moving on from Plato but I just have to share one more thing that I did not share before the break. I was talking about the smell. That smell the Plato has right. It's very distinct and you know you open it and it. It's it's very distinct and I don't know what it is because It's a mixture. It's a non-toxic mixture plato as a non toxic mixture of of flour water salt borax mineral oil. Maybe it's the borex combined with the mineral oil. I really don't know but plato has a very distinct smell and it turns out that to mark the product's fiftieth anniversary as a toy in twenty in two thousand six Hasbro created a plato perfume. It worked with demeter Peter Fragrance to create a fresh out of the CAN Aroma. It was a great gag gift. Bench says but I don't think it did anything more than that. I would hope I would hope not who seriously in the right mind wants to smell like Plato. Unless I mean if you're a preschool teacher you might smell like it but you don't want to preserve its PYATT. Proprietary Pungency Hasbro filed for a trade for trademark protection in two thousand seventeen claiming the product had a unique sent formed through the combination of sweet slightly. Musky Vanilla like fragrance with slight overtones of cherry and the not natural smell of as salted wheat based DOE. Does that that sound like Plato. No not to me. The company received the trademark On May Eighteenth two thousand eighteen so they have even trademark that accent and I just find that fascinating that not only did they trade market and they call it. Vanilla with overtones of Cherry makes no sense but that they made perfume gag gift yes actual gift not not so much okay. So let's move away from Plato. Now I promise this time we really well Speaking of sort of childhood nostalgia If you're old enough how many of you watched Gilligan's island as a kid. I know I did. It was on in syndication and so I watched it after school and It so so here is a A Gilligan's Isle Gillian's Island Inspired store it's uninspired. But here's let me just give the headline cows swept off coast during hurricane. Doreen survive Gilligan's island style. I really hope that there was one who was like the the professor and was able to make things out of coconuts. That would make me very happy. But in all their turns out that are only three cows not the How many one to Kevin? That were on Gilligan's island so three cows who were swept off the coast during Hurricane Dorian managed to miraculously survive in a manner perfect for a bovine centered centered reboot of Gilligan's island. Would you watch a bovine. Centered reboot of Gilligan's island. That sounds like something that it's got to be a cartoon it would have to be obviously live action would be too weird. The cows in question were part of a wild herd of twenty cows that roamed private land on Cedar Island North Carolina according to the Charlotte Observer and they were been swept off during hurricane during which has got to be extremely scary but they The so endearing hit to the area on September sixth. A lot of the wildlife was swept off. The island was swept off of the island including twenty eight wild horses. So this is a a very sad story in some aspects of the trio of cows were presumed dead understandably until recently in. This article is about five days old Until recently when they were all discovered living in the Cape Lookout National Seashore Park on the Outer Banks again. I want there to be a coconut car or a coconut battery or something park spokesman. BG Corvette told The New York Times. It's a tremendous story of how they made it. If the cows could talk imagine the story they can tell you of enduring that rush of water. See that's why it needs to be a cartoon. Right he added. That must be incredible. It seems the castaway cows managed to swim five miles to a barrier island where they then survived by grazing land. According to the BBC Park Staff noticed the first cow about a month after the storm the others reveal themselves within the last two weeks now the National Park Service is determining putting the best way to return the cows to their home with the front runner being to sedate them and then take them back to Cedar Island on a boat according to the Washington. Post now if this really were a cartoon of a Gilligan's island with cows they would make the plan and then something of course would happen so oh that the folks who came to sedate the cows and take them home on the boat would get off the island but the cows would not because that was pretty much. The premise of every Gilligan's island episode code. Where someone came to the island that person would get off the island but the the cats toys would not so Did you watch Gilligan's island and as a kid. Were you a fan. who was your favorite character? Did you like ginger or did you like Marianne porpoises. Mrs Will Never gets included in that conversation but I have lots of great memories. It was the flintstones and Gilligan's island and that is what I would watch after school For a while it was Hogan's heroes. It kind kind of changed depending I mean throughout the years that syndicated lineup after school changed but that is a big part of my childhood. So you know oh how I always talk about. You know. People should write a children's book. Will this episode. I'm saying someone should make a CARTOON COW COW COW Wagons Island island maybe too much and it could be the story of how these cows survived unhappy that they survived. I mean seriously I don't I don't know how many of the other animals including those twenty eight horses were if any of them survived but these three cows you know first. They swam five miles and then they survived. Just you know being cows and eating grazing on what they could find. And now they're going to be sedated and taken back Coleman maybe they wanna go maybe they don't WanNa go really. Don't know the answer to that. But cows Gilligan's island. Good stuff. All right thank you so much for joining me for the weird new. GMC Weird News. PODCAST I love finding out these very strange random sometimes fascinating and facts and I hope you do too join me again. Next time. If you do like learning about these ray strange random sometimes fascinating facts we would love it if you would subscribe. I follow us on social media. Do all those wonderful things that help us on the Internet especially giving us a five star rating that would be incredibly helpful. Fool to get the random weird sometimes fascinating facts out to more people. Thank you so much have a wonderful weekend. We'll see next time. In the meantime meantime stay weird. Thanks it soon. 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The Perils Of Animals Caught In Storms; Trisha Yearwood's 'Every Girl'

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The Perils Of Animals Caught In Storms; Trisha Yearwood's 'Every Girl'

"From NPR and WBZ. I'm Jeremy Hobson. I'm Robin Young. It's here now. In Spain. World leaders are gathering for COP. Twenty five this is the conference of the parties those signed onto the UN treaty to combat climate change. The Twenty Fifteen Paris Agreement was forged at Cop Twenty one. President trump is withdrawing the US from that that agreement and yesterday. UN Secretary General Antonio Gutierrez pulled no punches. He said the largest emitters aren't pulling their weight and the point of no return is no longer over the Horizon Matt. McGraw is the environment correspondent for the BBC. He's in Madrid and Matt. We should say that The Democrat Nancy Pelosi is leading a delegation of Democratic lawmakers was to Madrid with this is a two week meeting launches a year long effort. What's the goal or the Mangold? Robin is to try and advance the promises that were made under the Paris climate agreement five years ago to try and get all the major countries and the smaller ones as well to commit to new plans that will be put in place by the end of next year when this meeting moves onto Glasgow in the UK and that is the whole point of all that is to try and ensure that the global temperatures don't rise by more than one point fight degrees which we're heading towards now by twenty thirty if those new stronger plans don't come into place and he said in his talks to reporters yesterday this Gutierrez ars. We're here to find answers for article. Six not to find excuses. What does that mean? Yeah six has been a bit of a bug bare on this process for the last year are so it's about how you use. Carbon markets how US markets to allow countries to trade some of their emissions to other countries so there's a lot of countries with vested interest in this the Russia Brazil countries who've done well in the past outer selling these types of missions want to continue to be able to use these types of the credits as they're called lots of other countries. Say Look you ruin the whole process of you if you try and keep value in these things. So there's a big dispute over that has gone on for a year now and it might. William to Madrid is wrong. This is apparently one of the most contentious things it's going to be hammered out over the next couple of weeks and what about the big hitters China the US the US in particular dealer with a president who has said he doesn't believe in even the theory behind all of this that the climate crisis is manmade and he's rolling back a lot of the Obama era environmental protection regulations. What's the sense there? How does that feel there? Yeah I mean obviously this might be the last year are in which the US negotiating team takes part in this process and so I think for a couple of years now people have been quite bullish about it. They've been saying oh well we'll be able to cope. We'll we'll be able to get on. The world isn't just revolve around the United States. But I think this year right here this week. I think there's a feeling that the big polluters United United States China Brazil and many others who have set their faces almost against climate change that their input is desperately needed. If the world is really going to turn this corner owner bend the curve on this one point five degrees. I think the message from Nancy Pelosi. WHO's been speaking here to say that the United States is still in his is very welcome news news for the conference but the reality is that in a year's time one day after the next presidential election the US is officially out unless perhaps as a change of occupied and we should say the trump administration is being represented by Marsha burner cat whose principal deputy assistant secretary of state for Oceans and international environmental and and scientific affairs? Tell us also about the language that we heard from Gutierrez trying to get across that. We're almost at end game here on this issue. Talking about we have to have the political will to shift taxation from income to carbon tax pollution instead of people people. What's the sense there of how much they're going to be able to accomplish given that we've had report after report and it it starts to feel like wallpaper paper? Yeah that's certainly true. I think what sexual Geno Guiterrez is trying to outline is perhaps the most radical set of proposals any UN secretary general. Oh has ever come up with to try and deal with the problem of climate change and I think it reflects his sense of exasperation frustration. Maybe he's feeling some sense of impotence But he seems determined to drive home his point that the world is not doing enough. The ambition is not high enough and the time is incredibly short. Well and there are young people making that case you briefly about teenage climate activists Greta Timberg of Sweden she. You sailed across the ocean to the US thinking that she was going to walk to Chile where for this climate conference was supposed to be held. It was moved to Spain. Because of unrest in Chile but now she had a humpback on her cameron and sail back across to try to get to Spain. Rain is she expected to make yes providing she can find her sea legs when she gets off the boats in Lisbon. She's due to get in there tomorrow. We think and she's is likely to be here at this conference before the end of the week. She's slated to give a talk to the to the assembly. It's bizarre to think that the little known schoolgirl year ago. Oh may now. Well the the biggest draw at this event this week and perhaps next Matt McGraw Environment correspondent for the BBC in Madrid. Thank thank you so much more pleasure today. Montana Governor Steve Bullock dropped out of the race for the two thousand twenty Democratic presidential nomination former Pennsylvania Congressman Joe. SESTAK did the same yesterday which means Sixteen Democrats are still running for president joining us now is NPR political reporter. Juana Summers I WANNA awesome. Hey Jeremy So. The next debate for the Democrats is December nineteenth and so far only six have qualified. Joe Biden Elizabeth Warren Bernie Bernie Sanders Pete Buddha Judge Kama Harrison. Amy Klobuchar D. Expect more candidates to drop out of the race before then. Yeah that's certainly something that we're watching for. The the DNC has put in place far stricter rules for that six debate. And there's only give or take two weeks until the qualifying deadline while not being able to make the stage doesn't automatically mean candidate will drop out of the race something that we've seen happen with other candidates like a WHO Young Castro for example who still in it even though he wasn't on stage at does deprive the candidates of a really really important platform to introduce themselves to new support would be supporters away to raise more money so that can have a winnowing. Fact and also frankly. The calendar is just getting really laid their about only a couple of months until voting again so financial realities could really start to set in for some of these candidates that haven't been able to break into the top tier and who don't see viable path for their candidacy. CFS point there one candidate who's been kind of in the top tier all along is Joe Biden the former vice president. He is still leading in the national. Polls he's on the third day now of a week long no Malarkey bus tour in Iowa by the way the definition of Malarkey is written on the side of his bus for people who don't know what that means Early on in his campaign campaign he was saying he didn't need to win Iowa. What's the latest thinking? So I'm heading bus tour later this weekend. The former vice president is going through eighteen counties in the state that's clearly a huge investment of his time at this critical moment in the race. We heard the former vice president kind of talk about why he's doing this now over the weekend. He made the case that this is the time to peak in Iowa two months before voters start to really tune in before those first votes are cast. This is when he wants to be making that investment and spending a lot of time there and make no mistake. This is also coming as south. Bend Mayor Pete. Buddha judge is performing quite well in the state and many say that he and the former vice president competing for that same lane of centrist voters for for primary support will. Let's talk about people to judge in an ad that is now airing in Iowa. He is criticizing his rivals for their free college tuition plans. He says they they would benefit a lot of wealthier students. Here is the only one that make promises that we can keep. Look what I'm proposing is is plenty old. I mean these are big ideas we can gather the the majority to drive those big ideas through without turning off half the country before we even get into oft and how concerned are the other candidates about Buddha judges surge in the polls and what are they planning to do about it. I think there is quite a bit of concern. And if you listen to the way he talks in that ad he doesn't say the name say Bernie Sanders or Elizabeth Warren. But you hear him clapping back to folks who have bullet plans and big ideas and saying. Hey Look I'm a guy who has this kind of big plans to now when I talked to rival campaigns about Buddha judge and how he's performing one of the biggest things they point to is the fact that while he's rising in the polls in places like Iowa and New Hampshire and polls quite well and other places with older white Americans Americans he has almost no blocking from black voters who are incredibly important to a democratic path to the nomination and he lags behind some of his reiver's like Warren and Sanders when it comes to younger voters. So that's why you see him this week. Focusing on southern states like North Carolina and South Carolina looking for new ways to connect with black voters aiming get that weakness in a number of his rivals of pointed out. Do you think that that weakness among black voters unique to Buddha judge or a lot of candidates kind of in the same level of polling when it comes to African African American voters. That's a great point. I actually don't think it's unique to him. We've seen former vice. President Biden have sort of a strong firewall with black voters particularly a commanding advantage in South Carolina but other candidates out there Massachusetts senator Elizabeth. Warren also does not poll particularly well. Among black voters we've seen Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders certainly improve improve his standing from his first presidential campaign but it would be unfair to say that people judge is the only candidate who is lacking with that key demographic and the democratic electorate. Okay that final ask you about the two new entrance into the race. And how they're doing at this point. That would be former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg and for Massachusetts Governor Deval. Paul Patrick yes so Michael. Bloomberg is obviously jolted this race just by the sheer amount of money. He's been able to spend really dominating. The television airwaves was was joking with some friends who are home over the holidays that one of the only political candidates ads they saw on television over. The Thanksgiving holiday was Michael Bloomberg. He's focusing his spending in some of the early Super Tuesday states that he is targeting and those are places that some of the other candidates aren't spending as much time or money and yet as they focus on those folks four contests in Iowa New Hampshire South Carolina and Nevada Asphalt Patrick he is starting to staff up. His campaign has recently announced. Some new hires and New Hampshire and South Carolina to stay teases is Keith has strategy. But he's entering the race a lot later than many other candidates risking the possibility of not being able to get into those debates. Doesn't have enough time or a poor showing in these states that he's targeting are getting that is NPR political reporter WanNa Summers. WanNa thank you in great to have you back at NPR. Thanks so much. I Robin Young thanking You you for listening to the here and now podcast and inviting you to contribute to support it at donate dot. NPR DOT org slash. Now for all the reasons that you listen appear now helps you make sense of the world and when you donate to your NPR station. You're supporting the journalism that brings context and perspective to the news and conversations conversations with people making a difference in the arts music and culture so please make a donation to your NPR station today and that investment will come right back to your ears. Just go to donate dot. MPR DOT ORG slash now we're building NPR. And its member stations. Thanks to you now. Let's get back to the news. This guy couldn't be Tricia earwood. She's the country singing legend. There was great excitement earlier this year when she released every girl her first solo country album in twelve years. Here's a little the lead single every girl in this town. Aw Down Stars on Toll Hearts Taunting Zoff EH. This with every girl in this town is somebody's daughter. TRICIA earwood also has a hit food network. Show Oh Tristesse. Southern kitchen now in its fifteenth season. Vince just love her recipes but also her breezy style. I'm going to get to work on a smoky Ailey to go on toffees potatoes which is Super Yummy. So Aley is basically fancy manage. I had to look it up. I'm not sure. And did we mention that that she's married to some Guy Garth Brooks I think only the best selling solo artist of all time this week Tricia earwood hosting the country. Christmas show taking over from her a friend and mentor REBA. mcentire and she's found a few minutes to talk with US Tricia. You're welcome thank you. I'm so happy to be here. What do you think it is? You know of your life experiences that have fused together and created the TRICIA earwood. Who is this artist and also you know an artisan in the kitchen? You know what I I don't know. Oh really but I think what it is not to quote my own album but I really am sort of every girl I feel like I kind of represent most of us. Most of us. Who Cook are not chefs? You'll learn how to cook for mom or dad and I came from a very small town and wanted to be a singer since I was five years old but didn't know anybody who was doing this so I kind of feel like I'm the one who gets to do it all for all of us and I'm as surprised and excited about it. Still Twenty eight years after getting started That I get to to do it and I really am and I think that's probably why people like because they feel like I could be in the kitchen with her. It wouldn't be weird and if I dropped an egg on the floor. She wouldn't think that was a bad thing 'cause she does that too. Yeah well the girl with the wind in her hair up in the ferris wheel when the fair comes to town on the porch under the yellow light crying when the date goes wrong on Friday night. I'm just a beautiful song out. Let's listen to another one. This is Bible and a forty four. Listen he had a southern draw. The red bone never were already said was my favorite Sam. It'd be the last one. Aw Kinda Mansfield be around. Kinda my Sanofi's he had half as wide as he expand your story lack of wagon we all heart and soul song written by Ashley Mcbride and she wrote it about her dad but we understand it was a song for your dad is well. Yeah how so well. My Dad was That southern drawl line really got me actually asked Ashley if I could change. Her Lyrics said every song he sang was my favorite sound. And I asked if I could say every word he said because is my dad. Had this southern accent that was almost like foghorn leghorn say and and so he's gone now but his voice voices what I remember so much about him. It's still in my head and I think the power of a great songwriter is to be able to write something. That is so personal to them. I mean the song is about Ashley's Dad and for it to feel personal to me and this is one of those songs that when I sing it live. It really does connect with especially girls in their daddies all heart and soul. Aw and made of steel. When I was listening to that lyric about your dad I was thinking Garth Brooks? You had a hard act to follow you know because everybody's dad you know if if you have that relationship that's your I love. Would you say Garth Brooks is anything like your dad. I absolutely I mean I do think that I think that's one of the things about him that I love so much is that my dad was my biggest fan. He was a huge fan of country music. He loved and got to see a lot of my career but I always felt like at the end of the day. I was daddy's little girl and I felt veliky had my back. And he he was there to take care of me and Garth has always said. I don't want to take care of you because you need to be taken care of your independent. You do your own thing but I I want you to know that I'm here if you need me. And he is one of the last things that my dad got to see was garth and I get engaged and my dad was like okay. I feel good now now. I feel like I honestly feel like my thought. Okay Gar Scott this oh I feel a song coming onto describes that but did your dad have sparks that flew Lou from his fingertips. Let's listen to a little bit of a song that you have said is maybe something of a metaphor for your relationship with Garth Brooks. It's called the matador thrown thrown rose to the matador not sure why was to in for my was true. Heart was full. I I love the fighter and the bull. Only a woman can a very complicated mom located Ma'am bound his. I heard his cries. I gave him. I told him mm-hmm so we're picturing the matador and again you go on to say you know. His rage is made anything's faithless women wedding ring. Snakes and snails and alcohol sparks fly live from his fingertips. Words like birds fly from his lips. What an image of a Garth Brooks onstage tells more about what what is that? He agrees with me on this. I'm I've always been very dramatic even as a little girl. Before I even had any heartbreak. I would sing these songs that were so about heartbreak. The matadors written by Gretchen Peters incredibly talented singer Songwriter. And for me you know what what I felt was there is something about. I mean he loves me more than anything the world. He loves his children. More than anything in the world. But there's something about being in the musical arena. Narayan getting to do what you do that is unmatched and is something that no one can really share with you. In that moment I think he and I being the same industry comes closest to people can to sharing the railing but there is something about watching him in the ring doing what he does and sparks fly from his fingertips. I mean it is something to behold but you know words like birds fly from your lips to How whoa what's that I mean do you talk about that to you? Each talk about Something that nobody else I mean. I don't even know what it would be. I think one of the things I mean. Everybody talks about got to celebrities being married. And how hard that is and it is the only thing hard about it is because we both are really busy but I think we can that the advantage to being married to someone who does what you due to be able to talk about what you do for a living and also to have kind of an unspoken understanding of the drive and the need and the desire that feed as your soul of why you've really feel not even like you made a choice to do this but you're called to do it and so you've gotta give each other the freedom to be that because that's that's who makes him who he is and that's who makes me who I am. Yeah then that's hard for some people maybe not familiar with that centerstage to exempted in somebody else. Yeah plus you have to put up with his breakfast bowl which I understand. She's in garlic. Tortellini it is and you know what I gotta say. I've been I've been working on the cooking show and I've been releasing this album and I have been just really busy this fall and I haven't cooked at home very much and I told him yesterday or a couple of days ago at home I said the last couple of times that I have walked into the kitchen and it has smelled amazing. You have been cooking not me. And he is really good and he. He's just that guy and he. The breakfast bowl is everything. You would wanna ever eat for breakfast that you could imagine in a bowl plus toward laney and you really need to eat that and then like you don't have to eat for a week because it's a lot it's a lot. You have one of your cookbooks. I wouldn't want to hear some more music including Um you did an album of songs that Frank Sinatra own. Let's just listen to a little of comply with me it if you can use some exotic booze. There's a bar and come fly with me. Let's at SPA flyway. Wow I mean are you at the point where you're like. What else can my voice do? I mean is it fun for you to try something nothing like that and see how far were you could go. Yes so much fun. You know it's like getting out of your comfort zone a little bit as scary but also usually the most rewarding thing in an I had always loved this music my mom was a third grade schoolteacher and we would get home the afternoons and sometimes before. She'd have that little amount of time before she'd have to start dinner. We would watch some of these old movies and musicals and listened to these songs and I always felt like man. I love this music. I feel like I wish I would have been born during at that time in the thirties and forties to do this music and so I I did the record and I went to capitol records where frank recorded. I used his microphone. Some of the guys in the band were had played with frank and I was terrified. You know watching the first day and I thought they were GONNA go. This little country girl is here. This is going to be so terrible and then when I sang the first song. And they're like Oh oh okay. We're then we had the best time so I'm so glad I got a chance to do it now. Love to hear other things that you experiment with. But meanwhile the album every girl is just great and we want to hear a little of one of the other songs. This is called love you anyway. It's with Don Henley in part by the way do you think the end of the innocence was maybe one of the most perfect albums ever made perfect. Okay love him so much. Yes we young okay. We agree and he's backing you up. TRICIA earwood listless jess the key. You any a sublime that's country music. Star Tricia earwood the latest album. Every girl also hosts Tristesse southern kitchen on the food network and she'll be hosting the CNA country. Christmas show tomorrow. Night TRICIA I. I don't know how you found the time I tell you. But thank you so much. Thank you Today is cyber Monday has as if I had to tell you that and we have reached the point where today is a big day for many retailers than black. Friday is that used to be the biggest shopping day of the year for more. Let's bring Jill Schlesinger and your business analysts for CBS. News host of Jill on money. Hi Jill hello you have any money left after the shopping this morning. A little rough between radio hits this morning. We're we're already getting some early retail numbers. According to adobe analytics online sales increased by about twenty percent from last year while shopping at brick and mortar stores fell fell by about six percent is cyber Monday even a distinct thing anymore. Is it Kinda like cyber week or black November December. What what we? What are we looking Kanat here? We know that some large retailer started rolling out the deals as of November first. So imagine this your goblins come down your wreaths. Go Up and and they've gotten very smart. There is a distinct part of each of these days. Mostly because all of these large retailers have tons of data and they they are dribbling out deals based on the day so we know that today cyber Monday. You'll probably see this deepest discount UNA television however an appliance may have been a better bet on Friday. All these things said it is becoming a massive long holiday season for those who are paying attention. I noticed it is something interesting. which is that on Thanksgiving Day? Almost half of the online sales were done on mobile devices. which just made me imagine some people sitting at the Thanksgiving table looking down at their phones and oh by that yes? He's probably may have been cheaper than their therapy session that follows but yes we're shopping everywhere. So desktops smartphone tablet and it's all being tracked now some of us are actually surfing on our smartphones but purchasing on our desktops. And I think that that is really kind of this interesting trend that we are seeing in that we want to shop where and when we want to shop and retailers are actually actually changing their business models accordingly. They call it multi channel marketing essentially just making sure they are where we are. And that's why you will see some of these things that pop up in your face in places where you never realized. I guess there's no concern right now about a recession based on the fact that people are still spending so much which buddy you know if there is a concern and certainly surveys will tell us that people are having some recessionary fears bubbling up. But I think two factors that are really the important number one. We do still have a good jobs market. We're going to get another Labor Department report out this Friday. They're going to be more people employed they're going to see we'll rise faster than the rate of inflation. So that makes people feel confident. You're likely to get something like nine point. Four billion dollars in sales this day day this cyber Monday and that would be almost nineteen percent increase from last year so joe with all of this online shopping. Let's not forget about. All of those packages is that have to be used to send things out and a lot of cardboard being used. We remember that China isn't taking our recycling materials anymore. Where's all the cardboard going? That's a great question. You know the cities across the United States are talking about something called the Amazon effect and We are seeing cities trying to scramble to figure we're to send their cardboard in their plastics. And the municipality said there just isn't enough domestic ability to supply paper mills to meet the demand hand. And so unfortunately this is what's really piling up in a lot of our landfills stuff. That hasn't even been recycled that could be as Jill Schlesinger business analyst analyst with CBS News and host of Jilin money. Thank you thank you freezing rain. Rain and snow in the northeast of blocked millions of people from returning home after the Thanksgiving holiday airlines cancelled or delayed thousands of flights in anticipation of the weather but while humans can make plans to say safe during storm. Our animal friends aren't always so lucky for more. We're joined by Steve Vanilla. He's an outdoorsman and writer and the host of the Netflix show meat. Eater Steve. Welcome thank you for having me on so when a storm system headed towards a place We humans have very sophisticated weather forecasting. That often gives us enough time to make preparations maybe evacuate. What kind of capacity do animals have to sense? It's and avoid storms man You know it really depends. It seems on the kind of animal definitely fish we have a lot of sensitivity to barometric pressure and there were some studies that they work down in Florida where they happen to have some sharks that were wearing the shark equivalent of a radio collar right ahead of Hurricane. Gabriel in two thousand one. They had fourteen black tip. Sharks were wearing transmitters meters in all fourteen of them moved out to deep water off the coast of Florida ahead of Hurricane. Gabriel but then there's other species that seems he's not really care. When Hurricane Irma came through in two thousand seventeen in this hurricane happened to pass thirteen miles away from deer study area hundred one hundred thirty five mile an hour winds twelve inches of rain right and they had sixty dear wearing? GPS collars not only are none of those deer killed. None of those dear change their tune they they acted on that day. The day that made landfall. They acted just like they always act and they win about their business like nothing was going on okay so but for the animals that do you notice that something is about to happen. Apparently do you think that it is about barometric pressure and that pressure dropping and they know that they've got to move. That's the the most people have and it seems like Fisher specially in tune to it You know the Fisher thing called a lateral line they can were they sense pressure and can detect pressure changes changes that could be movement in the water near them but other things as well and some fish seemed to become active and like feed. When there is a high pressure system other Fisher high pressure system might send them off but it seems to be that there'd be barometric pressure that's usually something that we with our instrumentation that we can monitor not that we have a change in barometric pressure of a storm? If it's not that it's something that we don't yet understand about what it could be that they're picking up on and looking at there. There are some wild horse herds in the Outer Banks in North Carolina and people were watching these horses and very worried about what would happen. When Hurricane Doreen came through and people notice it ahead of the storm it seemed that the horses were moving to higher ground and gathering up clusters because one of the things the horses will do so? They'll gather up in groups maybe to stabilize one another and no face of their rumps into the wind and they were seeing this activity on the Outer Banks. Somebody's wild horse herds words ahead of the storm but in one case on Cedar Island. Even even that didn't say these horses because there's a herd of forty nine horses. On Cedar Island Twenty Twenty eight of them were killed by a storm surge from Dorian so even though they seem to detected it was coming and took the right steps. It wasn't enough but there are certain species at one eight winners from storms There had always been Burmese pythons in the everglades may be going back to the seventies but that number jumped tremendously sleep. After some hurricanes destroyed some captive wildlife facilities and freed Burmese pythons. And maybe enough of them to hit a sort of critical mass. An Lao Burmese pythons. The really take hold in the everglades that brings us to another phenomenon that happens. which is that? Sometimes because of storms animals are picked up and moved by waterspouts right like the there could be frogs that that don't usually fly that ended up flying and moving around around in storm. Yeah that does happen. It doesn't happen to the degree to which we sort of as a society would like to dream of it happening and if you've ever seen the movie v Magnolia which ends with this fantastic storm of bullfrogs but there are cases. I mean even in eighteen seventy seven. The New York Times reported on ate alligators about twelve inches long being dumped within two hundred yards near the Savannah River. So I think on one hand you can look in. The storm can come and one can feel empathy and pity in the short term for individual animals. That could be you know. Suffer some kind of catastrophe and die in mass numbers. But it. Also there's this little bit of solace that can be found the idea that these big storms and these events are things that also distribute animals in some way allowing species to move beyond their geographic range and discover new places and evolve into new beautiful things down the road. I guess from a global sort of wildlife perspective it's a bittersweet occurrence when we have massive weather events. Well so let me ask you then. Finally with climate change making these storms more frequent sequent and more severe Is that more bitter or more sweet for some of the animals are going to be affected by them. Well I mean there you're going to do you know a very a large question and global climate change even if it does result in some distribution of species around life is not able able to evolve quickly enough to be commensurate with the destruction that we would see in cases of the Arctic warming. The oceans acidifying acidifying. The oceans warming I personally I can't look to species distribution as being a bright spot in I'm a climate change scenario but you know it's almost taboo to say this but there will be certain species that win from global. Oh climate change that animals that may be are restricted in their northern movements because of severe winters and temperatures change. They'll become big winners In some part of US might someday looking celebrate those winners but it's hard to find anything that like in a holistic sense seems optimistic. Stick great to look forward to for wildlife in terms of scenarios in which we have more and more severe weather and more changes on our planet. well as somebody who spends so much time in the outdoors and focusing on wildlife and we hear about these things I think people think. Oh Wow these. Is these these animals. They're smarter and more interesting than I thought. But do you think that humans have a enough of an appreciation for the other species on this planet. You know on whole as a culture I would say that we're suffering from some dissociation with the natural world You know were increasingly urbanised. I do worry about what that will mean in the future for the conservation movement. If in fact people do move away from the natural world and and become less interested in preserving it I think that that has implications but all in all I find like in my social circles or the people people I spend a Lotta time with. They tend to be infatuated with animals. And that infatuation will oftentimes lead people to think that they're actually smarter than we are. More capable or more adaptive in better evolved to cope but again and again you're reminded of places and times were animals. Just make mistakes steaks and that's an interesting thing to think about with animals is that they can hit a certain age. Certain species like deer twenty years of age but they oftentimes times make a mistake way before that happens in. Don't live that long and I think that it's interesting to start in look at wildlife and that way as things things like individuals who are out there you know attempting to cope with a constantly changing environment and constantly evolving threats. Will I have to say. I've always loved animals but as soon as I got a dog I see all animals in a new way now because I understand just what you're saying that they are individuals that are just just living in this world in the same way that we are. Yes that is Stephen. Ella who is an outdoorsman and host of the Netflix Show Meat Eater Steve. Thank you thank you for having me on I appreciate it and while we are talking animals the Washington Post reports that British and Australian researchers had success in drawing fish back to dine coral reefs by broadcasting the sounds of healthy reefs using an underwater loudspeaker. They saw twice as many fish flock back to the reef. Here's one of the researchers Timothy Gordon. Climate change in warming sees cause more damage to Carl reefs worldwide in the last four years than they have in the whole of recorded history before at the start of my PhD listened to reefs. I compared how they sounded five years ago before that damage to how they sound today and it was the saddest thing I've ever ahead a great animal. Orchestra of the reef has been replaced by the sounds of silence. Gordon and his team say if they can scale up the experiment of broadcasting the sound of healthy thief's they could bring life back to reefs that have been devastated by rising sea temperatures so if the cement industry were a country it would be the third largest carbon dioxide emitter in the world behind only China and the US. You may have heard this statistic nick and it's because the process used to mix cement mixing sand gravel cement binder and water not only gives off. Co Two as a byproduct it requires a tremendous amount of heat that normally comes from fossil fuels. But don't boycott your sidewalk yet because there is some good news. Helium Jen is a solar power. Our company that's developed a new technology that could make industrial manufacturing renewable by using the power of the sun. Bill Gross is CEO and founder of helium. Jenny joins US now and bill. Just take us through this because we know you brought some investors big investors including Bill Gates and the owner of the La Times out to to Lancaster. California we've got something set up there. What did you WANNA show them well? We built a solar concentration field. We're essentially making Govan a huge oven. Who set at two thousand degrees Fahrenheit which is basically one third the temperature of the surface of the sun? And we're making this oven almost like a one acre magnifying glass. It's a field of mirrors. That are all perfectly computer controlled to reflect the sunlight to a single spot. Well we can make these high temperatures news and now use the sun to power these industrial processes like making cement steel making glass. All of these things previously used a huge amount a fossil fuels and it wasn't solvable with renewable energy previously because electricity from solar panels can't provide this kind of heat so we're really excited to try and reduce emissions us and make these industrial processes possible with renewable for the first time so so what these cameras in combination with these panels these mirrors did was create. What you're calling a a death-ray where you can just focus it right on something you might need to hit lake cement mixer magically exactly the the the analogy would be this imagine you went into a football stadium and you were sitting with a mirror at one end and you want to reflect the light to someone at the other end but now imagine all fifty thousand people each have a mirror mirror and they're all reflecting it to one spot? We need a lot of coordination and computer control to get that to happen perfectly. And that's the technology developed computer vision software that could take all all these things and move them very precisely accurately and you said. We went out to Lancaster just a few weeks ago. We've been building this all year long. We fired up and the very first time we achieve these high temperatures these record temperatures. And that's why we're so excited. What about Cement Company? That's not in Sunny Lancaster. California very good question right now. We are going after all the types of factories that have either land adjacent to them at sunny and can integrate with our process that probably is about half of the industrial opportunities. So it's still a trillion dollar opportunity over time. We plan to come up with storage methods and other transportation methods so we can move who've the material maybe to the desert where the sun is great and then moved the results back to where the people needed but for right now. We're focused exactly on what you said places that have the sunny land adjacent and that's still an enormous opportunity. Still more than twenty percent of global emissions happened from that. And we're GONNA target that I well and you know it is amazing. How much much? Co Two comes from cement and how much cement is needed. I mean we just can't right now anyway live without creating cement cement well to to to house the seven and a half billion people on earth and to build the roads buildings transportation everything for them. The two biggest ingredients in our life are cement and steel and both of those release a huge amount of co two because of the burning of fossil fuels to make them and we're enjoying the fruits of of the benefit of those great materials but at a huge cost of the planet one wonders what Joseph Aspden of Leeds England with think. This is the early nineteenth century bricklayer. Glare who came up with this process and now you know cement is just the most desired building material around the world as you said causing this problem You've Said said that the applications for he agend technology will be industrial mixing cement also steal but down the line. This kind of concentrated solar power that you've described could be used to make hydrogen fuel. People are now only dreaming about that. Why would that be such a big deal? That is a huge deal so right now we use hydrogen in almost all Oliver fuel to date all of our gasoline has hydrogen hydrogen is the single best. Fielder is the problem with it. Is it's clean when you burn it but it's dirty when you make it right now. All Oliver hydrogen is made by burning and splitting methane to get hydrogen if we could make completely green hydrogen that would be revolutionary. Well how could you make completely green hydrogen Asia. Will you could split water if you could split water. Water is a molecule of two hydrogens in an oxygen but those are bound together very tightly. It takes a huge huge amount of energy to split them will. How would you split them? What you can burn fossil fuel split them but then I would defeat the purpose but if you could split water with the sun that is the holy grail? Well well it takes fourteen hundred and fifty degrees centigrade to split water and we have already achieved than that temperature. So Argo long-term is to use solar energy energy to split the water molecule make fully green hydrogen and that could really have an impact on reducing fossil fuel use and of course reducing. Co Two emissions. Milk that's bill gross founder and CEO of Helium Jen the Solar Power Company. That he says could soon use the power of the sun to make cement and steel driving down that huge source of carbon emissions also. We should say he's the founder of ideal at the L. A. based incubator. If you've got an idea get it to him Bill Gross. 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Hurricane Dorian batters coastal areas of the Carolinas

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

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Hurricane Dorian batters coastal areas of the Carolinas

"Now it's time for the last word with lawrence o'donnell good evening ritual and we're going to have bill karen's tonight and also the the death count in the bahamas. Now is increasing tonight and the health minister said it may rise dramatically from where it already is and so we're going to take a look at where that stands tonight that is becoming an increasingly increasingly tragic story for boating warnings from the from the health minister even as announces the increase death ball. It's just very very chilling and very worrying. Thank you for joining the navy. Seals are now are most prominent special forces unit. Their history goes all the way back to world war two but the oldest a special forces unit in our military is the fighting group that started the special forces concept army rangers who trace their history to be four the revolutionary war and i grew up knowing a lot about army rangers and holding them in awe because my uncle john was an army ranger my uncle john thomas corley was born to irish original grigson brooklyn. He graduated from west point saw combat in world war. Two and career was wounded in world war two. He earned eight silver stars eight and his military career after he died in nineteen seventy seven and my uncle john was inducted into the ranger hall of fame and i have admired many people in my life including many people i've known well and worked with but i have been in full of exactly one person my uncle the war hero army ranger hall of famer and a portion of that aw always extends to special forces veterans and combat veterans and you might detect some of it tonight tonight when i introduce you to former army ranger jason crowe who you will meet and who i will be in tonight's episode of meet the freshman jason crowe is a freshman democratic congressman from colorado who won a congressional district last year that a democrat has never won before he is bringing his military terry experience to his new job. He's bringing his constitutional law experience as a lawyer to his new job when he considers the question of impeachment and you will hear the story of how an encounter after he had with an iraqi man when he was on patrol in baghdad helped shape his decision to come out in support of an impeachment inquiry not a political politically easy thing to do in the district jason crowe represents you will meet and i won't meet congressman. Jason crowe later in this hour and that is something. I'm really looking forward to in this hour. I think you will to presidential candidate. Cory booker will also join us tonight but we begin tonight. Were the news demands we begin. We have have tragic breaking news tonight. From the bahamas on what hurricane dorian has already done to those islands with the death toll there rising significantly tonight to a new total of thirty victims and we have the latest tracking tonight about what hurricane dorian might do next as it approaches the carolinas we have our live live report in a moment from wilmington north carolina which is bracing for a possible direct hit from hurricane dorian. The mayor of wilmington will join us and we'll also get the latest from the bahamas homicide on a situation that is turning more tragic by the hour we begin with what you need to know right now about what hurricane dorian might do next and for for that we turn to meteorologist bill cairns built. What is the latest right now. We're waiting to see if we're going to get landfall overnight lawrence. That's the big dramatic thing will the highest. I wins the one hundred mph winds. Will they move on shore or stay offshore. That'll be the big determination of how much damage we have in eastern north carolina when we all wake up tomorrow morning so during the day day today the storm brushed by areas of south carolina and i brushed it left. It's mark almost three hundred thousand people without power but it didn't do a lot of significant damage with the storm surge that was one thing we were concerned about the charleston area and even savannah for that matter and that was okay and we have we can did a little bit. We're now. We're down to one hundred mile per hour. Maximum sustained winds gust could still get up there about one hundred in twenty if you're in the worst of the storm and that's the question who's going to be in the worst of the storm as we go throughout the next four hours. We're gonna parallel. The coastline that northern is very close closed areas around wilmington rights bill beach go through oslo county the camp lejeune marine base there north topsil beach and then we could possibly get that landfall here carter at county near atlantic beach morehead city the beaufort area where the cedar island ferry takes you out here towards ocracoke. That's where we're going to be watching the possibility of the highest wind and so far they mentioned it. It hasn't been that dramatic with the winds even willing to you're not that far from the center but you're wizar- only gusting fifty-five were forty-three jacksonville myrtle beach still gusting at fifty two on the backside the storm but your weather will dramatically improve as we go throughout the night and so here's how we're going to see this playing out so here's that potential landfall in eastern carter county sometime time right around. It looks like maybe two three a._m. In the morning net could have the wind seventy five and ninety five miles per hour. We could get the peak of the surge to at high tide about that same time so we still have some problems there and then we take the storm early tomorrow morning over the top cape hatteras. It looks like by about ten a._m. It'll be crossing land in getting out over the ocean and then by noon tomorrow after about two weeks of watching what will be a historically remembered in never used name again. Dorian will be gone lawrence at noon tomorrow bill. You think that might be the last necessary. Reporting on this. I in the lower forty eight and the only caveat is that that this will slingshot up become extra tropical almost like a nor'easter type storm and go into nova scotia. They're gonna have some high winds and rain on saturday but it'd be it'd be a different beast than the hurricane. It's been now bill karen. Thank you very much for taking us tonight really appreciate it and how is it looking at this hour in north carolina right now. We head to wilmington where n._b._c. news. Correspondent cal perry is covering dorian for us there cow. What is the situation there lawrence just to give you ninety. I'm undercover. We're here. We've had three inches of rain in the last three hours that day. Lose is something that officials are worried about because the story here is flooding. I'll step out to see you can kind of hear the difference that you heard bill saying there. We're getting gusts up to about fifty miles an hour. Now terrible to be honest can considering what this storm has done on its way here and what people were expecting. A big part of the story here in a big part of the reporting needs to be what happened last year in wilmington. Hurricane florence hit one year ago next week and it cut the city off from the rest of the estate. This city was basically an island for a period of forty eight hours and because of that some people have decided to stay here and ride out the storm because they were <hes> able to get back into their homes last year. Emergency officials are telling people to hunker down this is sort of the meat of this storm and again just a reminder to anybody who you still has power power on in much of the city once those winds get fifty miles an hour and we're sort of right on that line. The authorities are not going to be able to get out and do any rescue efforts so important for people to remember for the next at least six hours. This is the time where they really want to hunker down awards cal perry. Thank you very much for joining us live report and for more on how the residents of wilmington north carolina are dealing with hurricane dorian. We are joined now by phone by mayor bill. Sappho is the mayor of wilmington north carolina and and mr mary we just heard from bill karen's that by noontime tomorrow this hurricane could be already in your history books. But what do you expect to wake makeup to tomorrow. In terms of the consequences that have already landed on wilmington a lot of raves and we're getting it right now of course a <hes> probably <hes> some downed trees and hopefully not paralyzed possibly power lines were also come down as long as this is the second time i'm in in a in a year that we're dealing with a hurricane. We had florence last year. Now we're dealing with dorian and it's <hes> you know it's it's obviously i say are kind of <hes> on whether weary but <hes> we're ready to go to hunker down and we'll put our assets our streets as soon as this storm passes now. I know you have a lot of experience as a coastal city in the carolinas align is dealing with hurricanes and anticipation canes but did you do anything differently this year based on last year's experience. We did <hes> last. Should we just we were cut off in the world for four days because the allen areas flooded and interstate forty i mean ari coming into the city was funded for four days. So we pre position fuel. A lot of resources that came in from the state early on <hes> were pre-position into higher ground closer to the city <hes> obviously we have been going through these hurricane drills a couple of times a year so our our teams down here first responders emergency operations officials always always learn something different about every storm and <hes> we learned a lot from florence and we pre position assets closer into the city does time than we did last damn <hes>. If this thing does come ashore there will be ready to to help the folks in the sentences on in our community. What do you want to tell the people of wilmington who have of <hes>. What do you want to tell them tonight about what they can expect in terms of being able to return well listen to what the emergency operation folks folks say <hes> you know gives us some time to get our crews into the streets and clean up the debris would make sure that they're already down power lines not livewires wires or somebody doesn't get hurt educated <hes> and let us get those things out of the way getting them cleared up before you move back into town. We'll give you the the all oh cleared to get back and you'll be listening to the state and to the federal officials as well as local officials on before you make that track back into town and we also want to make certain yeah we do have any roadways that are <hes> flooded. We we want the citizens to be aware of them because we we lost several people last year where people try to transverse oh rosa were covered and could make it and unfortunately <hes> balser lives because of it so we want people to be cautious and vigilant. Just listen to what emergency operation folks are. Can you mayor bill sappho wilmington north carolina. Thank you very much for taking the time to join us tonight. We really appreciate it and dwayne dr duane sands the health health minister of the bahamas who joined us on this program last night told n._b._c. news tonight that the death toll in the bahamas has just increased by seven to a new total of thirty. Dr sands told n._b._c. news quote. The official count is thirty. We expect a number two climbed dramatically. I certainly believe based on the findings in the field that the number will rise dramatically. I really believe that based on the geography topography. The separation due to flooding collapsed buildings thinks that this is going to take quite a while. I mean the zone were talking about islands in range of fifty miles settlements that are separated we literally you have to go house by house to inspect some of the structures that have collapsed. It's going to take quite a while. The logistics are incredibly challenging. It is a horrendous challenge right now. The prime minister has attempted to prepare the public for the ultimate confirmation and the expectation that this has been a a devastating storm and loss of life and property. Dr sands told n._b._c. news that the next death toll update will come sometime time tomorrow and joining us now by phone is the honorable quasi thompson. He is the minister of state for the grand bahamas a minister thompson. Can you tell us what you know. At this point about the changing death toll it. It suddenly went up by by seven. Is that because it's now easier to be able to make some of these identification recovery's yes. Yes and i wanna say good night to you tonight your to all of the folks in the u._s. In the world who is joining you're absolutely correct <hes> no of flood waters and our receding <hes> prisons are now able to get into <hes> the areas that were impossible before and so now now in that <hes> recovery mood we are we are recovering and and seeing now the unfortunately <hes> the <hes> that exist exist <hes> i am on the island grand bahamas on this team really is happening on the island of grand bahama read the second most populated island in <hes> in the hamas. Go a bit more populated than arbuckle <hes> and we are there some areas that we only were able to reach <hes> today <hes> unfortunately <hes> <hes> recovering bodies today <hes> so the prime minister and adopted signs absolutely correct that <hes> the official count on washington washington es is going to increase one of the grimmer points of news that we got today was the fact that the island's need more morticians more the people who know how to handle dead bodies and help in the identification of dead bodies and they are flying in from the united states as many <hes> as can is that the current most important focus is finding and identifying these victims well. That's that's one of the focuses. I mean we've been doing that today. <hes> getting into the eastern side of our island today and unfortunately we we did recover some bodies <hes> today <hes> however that's just one of the concerns <hes> we have <hes> hundreds of poisons on island that <hes> homeless <hes> we we have about four hundred now remain in shelters a number still well with their families. <hes> <hes> one part of our island was really completely devastated air. We had flood waters in the range of twenty feet high. <hes> some person trapped in their addicts had to be rescued. <hes> we have <hes> we announced shut up feeding banks because obviously listens or lost their houses. <hes> beyond complete island is out of power and out of water so the government has mobilized <hes> thankfully persons of have come forward the anada receiving relief items. I've been are mobilizing to get those relief items. <hes> impotent communities we have feeding centers and the now trying to feed clues provide water <hes> provide those essential supplies just to keep a population are there areas of the island's that are so remote that the the people there who have survived won't be able to find their way to a safer place. They won't be able to walk whatever that distance might be well. The island of grand bahama. I also the island of arbuckle really <hes> how the number of keys so you can imagine tier areas that are in in regular circumstances accessible by boat and in some cases only by small boats <hes> we compound at with <hes> the area's only accessible by one road and dot ruled either may have been washed away with a who would would have debris was covered and so it would have taken some time to access <hes> those those areas because of the up because at the time <hes> but we have done so <hes> by by way of heavy equipment and access those roads in some cases we've actually had to use <hes> vassals just go around the island to get into different different areas <hes> and so it has been challenging but the lease <hes> defense force on 'em officials <hes> i really commend because those so comes down and says the the <hes> stepped up the prime minister has said that we will spend no expand to ensure that <hes> we would began to recover that we do what we can into south population and that's really what has been happening minister thompson. Thank you very much for joining us tonight. We are very sorry for what has happened to your islands and what you are continuing when you discover in this aftermath. We really appreciate your time tonight. Thank you and we want to thank all of your listeners. <hes> we've gotten tremendous support <hes> commanders outpouring so we want to thank all of those persons who have been in the recovery effort and i've offered their help on assistance to us <hes> thank you very much. Thank you appreciate it and when we come back one of the most devastating hurricanes that has ever hit northeastern united states was hurricane sandy which brought devastation like we have never are singing to new york city's staff nyland and new jersey cory booker was mayor of newark new jersey van. He brought people into his home then to feed them to let them stay there and he saw what is always true about a hurricanes surviving. The hurricane is one thing but surviving the aftermath aftermath is something else surviving. The aftermath usually as much more difficult for poor people just like everything else where he booker will tell us what what he did leading his city for the aftermath of superstorm sandy. That's coming up hi. It's katie tur- want to keep up with m._s._n._b._c. While you're on the go subscribe to the m._s._n._b._c. daily newsletter. You'll get the best of what you've missed. During this unprecedented the era of news text m._s._n._b._c. two six six eight six six to subscribe the destruction caused by superstorm in hurricanes like dorian cost the united states billions of dollars in damages every year but when it comes to escaping surviving and recovering from a natural disaster. It's like everything thing else. Poor people suffer the most a report by the national bureau of economic research states the obvious there is a broad consensus that the wealthy can access access a wide range of protective strategies from owning a second home to accessing better quality medicine food and medical care and housing the poor are are thus more likely to bear the incidence of natural disasters. Our next guest has had hard experience dealing with the catastrophic effects of superstorm arms on poor communities cory booker was mayor of newark new jersey. When hurricane sandy hit new jersey in october of twenty twelve sandy had just been downgraded to to a tropical storm by the time it hit new jersey but it's still left millions without power and without a place to live mayor cory booker invited members of his community to eat and sleep in his home in the aftermath of the storm now united states senator booker is a democratic presidential candidate and he joins us tonight from newark newark new jersey senator booker. Thank you very much for joining us tonight. I wanted to get your reaction to what we just heard. The minister. Tell us from the bahamas hamas that the death toll has risen by seven tonight. It was down in the low twenty s at went up to thirty and we're told that it's going to probably rise dramatically atakli tomorrow and i want to get your reaction to what's happening at the book in the bahamas and what we should be doing to help well number one. My heart aches watching the photos and the videos and seeing what's going on there but you really hit the nail on the head. The when the storm in passes the danger persists we lost people here in the city lost lives in the days after because of things that folks often don't think of remember hurricane sandy hit in october. It was cold. People often make mistakes running generators indoors and we lost people to carbon dioxide oxide poisoning people need medicines and access to lifesaving drugs that sometimes z._v. refrigerated well. If you have no power your drugs can get spoiled. There are so many life life threatening things that happened in the aftermath of the storm that they are not out of the crisis yet and this is a test of our compassionate empathy right now and i'm hoping that folks are finding the right places to go to contribute to this effort because we here in the state of new jersey believe it or not have still people who are recovering their lives after the devastating loss and again lawrence i appreciate you on so many levels but pointing out the resiliency that people of wealth waffen have but low income families poor families it could be tragically tragically devastating to their lives and the impact can be lasting an traumatic and lasts for years no listen i know people who in the aftermath of hurricane simply pulled up and went to a hotel a distant hotel and and i also know people who lost their homes had nowhere to go and after sandy i didn't get through jersey but i was up in staten island which was absolutely devastated and i i. You're not surprising me by saying there. There are people in areas housing situations that have not recovered have not been made whole since sandy. What is the what is the government's responsibility in the aftermath of one of these storms. I think this is these are moments. Where we you have to understand. It is all hands on deck that word responsibility has everyone has to take responsibility and lawrence. You and i live in the new york new jersey area. We have seen from nine eleven to hurricane sandy. Where is the best of humanity. Come forward where people were there for their neighbors. They were there air for their community. They never stopped working and i know first responders and the aftermath my team was going days with very little to no sleep leap whatsoever but i tell you what we set up a hub in newark to receive resources and we're getting truckloads of food and water from states around around us people sending their emergency crews here doing sort of joint rescues because we had people stranded it was it was an amazing moment where i saw people didn't ask what party you're in. What background the best of who we are well. I think that's patriotism. I think that's love of country but love should stop at our borders. This is a time that we need that same kind of grace to the bahamas and what they're going through in america. We are one of the best nations if not the best nation often for showing showing support to a lot of our neighbors especially in the caribbean from haiti to the dominican republic to obviously in this case bahamas. I'm hoping more and more americans will think <hes>. Maybe i can't do everything but i do something even if it's a small gesture to help that incredible nation to recover that grace in the aftermath that you talk about i saw saw i witnessed it up close on staten island truly inspiring after sandy. What made you decide to actually take people into your home. I love where i live. I live in a low income below the poverty line community the you often see folks with little who consistently showed the most. I've learned about the definition of grace from living here in newark from people title where i've seen rise to challenge sometimes. It's a murder in the community family. That's been victory over frankly b._s. And so i just feel blessed blessed to have opportunities to return to a community so much for me so in that aftermath i was in the command center and literally running around the the city and i got a text from one of my neighbors who just said look. The power on our side of the block is out. Your side is not going to look. I'm not using my house going constantly. Just here's how you get in anything that you need. I'm going to send food resources so it became a hub. The problem is is that i got a lot of attention engine for doing that because i was a mayor but it was going on all over newark all over new jersey to see the deep decency and goodness in in our country when there's crises that happened i have to say than sometimes visible storm passes. I <unk> hope empathy can often continue to deal with other crises. We have whether it's environmental injustices or scourge of gun violence because we are at our best as a community eighty as a country when we don't let the lines that divide us ever stop us from tightening those those those those those bonds that hold this country entry together and we need more of that. I was in the nineteen eighty nine earthquake in san francisco. I've never seen anything like it before. This was one of america's americans will remember happened during the world series horrible devastation but i'll never forget that was the first major national natural disaster. I was in that weeks after you could go to gas stations. You go pull restaurants. There was kindness in the air. That was so profound. I saw america. It's best and i hope that we can continue especially in this era where we see demeaning and degrading happening at behavioral happening at the highest office in the land i want to see in our country and this is one the reason running for president a revival of civic grace so the spirit we often see come out when we were at our worst can also come out during times of relative tiv- com or without these kind of natural disasters that remind us about american goodness. We need more of that now more than ever especially as you see more partisanship arisen ship or more i would say more more just divide in our nation senator cory booker. Thank you very much for joining joining us tonight. We really appreciate it lawrence. I just want to say one more thing story about your uncle really moved me and there are heroes like that that we don't celebrate and we talking about the right now with first responders in crises a heroism you talked about in your uncle and we don't know and i now know this privy into it more as the united states senator whether it's rangers or seals special forces people out there right now as we speak out there doing incredible things i give honor to your uncle and to all those the americans or a continuing tradition so all the best to to your family's legacy. Thank you really appreciate it. Thank you for joining us tonight and when we come back president trump obviously wants us to talk about his defaced weather map tonight. He's doing everything he can to keep that story alive and often donald trump keeps a bad trump story alive. It's because every other trump story is much worse after this break john howland sam stein will join us is to discuss what we think. Donald trump doesn't want us talking about which includes taking money away from schools for the children of military rick personnel and using that money for you guessed if you haven't guessed it. You'll get the answer after this break grew up back. This is the second prison trump apparently wants us to be discussing his abuse of weather maps. He must want us to talk about it because he kept tweeting about it today. The president is personally keeping this story alive the story of him using a defaced weather map to try to prove that hurricane dorian could have reached alabama. Why is he doing this. Why does he so obviously want us to talk about this this story it's a bad story for donald trump but it does seem like it might be one of those deliberate trump diversions because the story we turn to now is much much worse for donald trump and worse in the view of trump voters and that is the new information. We have tonight about the money. Donald trump is diverting -verting from the defense department budget to pay for the wall. He promised his voters mexico would pay for. I will have mexico pay for that wall mark. My words mexico will pay for more believe me and and who's who's gonna pay for the wall mexico hundred hundred percent. How is the next rally going going to feel about. Chanting the pentagon will pay for the wall or we will pay for the wall or school. Children of military personnel will pay for the wall. This is a much worse story for donald trump than a fake line on a weather map. The defense department's diverting three point six billion dollars away from one hundred twenty seven military construction projects projects in twenty. Three states are being funded to pay for the wall nine of those construction projects are for building or renovating schools calls for the children of u._s. Military personnel utah a state with two republican senators is losing fifty four billion dollars in military funding that will be sent to the wall arizona senator martha mcsally who has supported the president's emergency declaration that he is using to justify the diversion of military funds uh-huh is now watching an army base in her state lose thirty million dollars to pay for the wall and that's after the secretary area defense had personally assured her that arizona wouldn't lose any money former astronaut mark kelly running as a democrat for the senate in arizona. Zona is already pulling ahead of republican senator. Martha mcsally mark kelly now says that senator mc sally quote didn't keep her word when she promised is to protect funding for arizona military bases as local news stories continue to appear in the twenty three states that are losing military funding to pay for the wall. No republican senator has suffered a harsher judgment in the local news media the north carolina republican senator thom tillis who must i survive a republican primary before entering what will be a competitive general election race for his reelection next year. A charlotte observer editorial said the loss of eighty million dollars in military atari construction. Spending in north carolina is quote an eighty million dollar punch in the gut and a lesson the thom tillis never seems to learn the lessons here. There are or at least a couple. I don't trust this president. Donald trump will not hesitate to burn anyone including people who've previously helped him to get the political victory and also when you buy political favors in exchange for your principles. The bill is always more than you thought it would be. We're joined now by two highly experienced political journalists who could surely deliver the best jokes on this program about the trump weather map but have agreed to temporarily leave that to the late night comedians while they concentrate on the issues issues. The president seems to be trying to us from john holliman's with us. He's a national affairs analyst for n._b._c. news and m._s._n._b._c. he has co host and executive producer of showtime's the circus and he's one of the a truly great writers who has fixed his focus on politics and are the better for it joins us. He is the politics editor of the daily beast and he he is an m._s._n._b._c. Political analyst continues to deliver some of the most important reporting of the trump era about what the trump administration is actually doing ninety <music> levers of power in government vami not saying i mean you're the one who goes inside the government in these stories that few us of find the space to cover and tell us what what they're really up to so. Let let's start with you on this question of. He wants us to talk about the hurricane map because what's the thing he doesn't want us talking about. Is it the money for the military money. I don't buy the premise i okay i. I think you know earlier. When i was covering trump i probably would have bought the premise the three dimensional chess and i certainly do you that the military the diversion military funds to the wall is an embarrassing story if anything anything a complete absence of his campaign for the entire republican party yeah because they they allowed this to get through with the transference funds but i've come through observation and reporting that trump is just sort of clinically incapable of moving on from these things into him. There's no greater slight than being perceived as is being completely out of touch with reality and so he's now gone through almost a dozen tweets a proclamation statements written upon maps to prove that he was right about about alabama and what's particularly bizarre about this and why. I think that this is a very bad story from in its own right. He's doing all while our country is still dealing with turkey and it's not like the hurricane has passed north carolina's about getting it right now so it would be one thing if we gone through this. There was no damage but he's literally distracted by proving that alabama was in the crosshairs as north carolina is dealing with this. I meant to include this in the premise. I cling to the to the possibility that it's both yeah yeah. There's an obsessive and he has obsessive behavior all the time but he's also aware he's looking at those maps segments and going well. They're not talking about the the kids schools that i'm not funding well. I think this is the right answer and i will say not obsessive pathological as the word you're looking for. His pathology is a pathological liar. The pathology apology however is triggered by various bad news on other fronts so the pathophysiology gets up intensive when he looks around and sees what all the domestic political fraud he looks at polling where he's getting beaten like a gong in every swing state by not just joe biden but by many of the doubt further down the scale will democrats he looks across the ocean. He sees fred boris johnson getting beaten about the face and neck every day telling us how smart boris johnson and then and then he looks at the economy on me where we have news just this today this the survey that these certified accountants financial industry executives who are more pessimistic about the look for the economy than they have been in three years and you've got data coming out that suggests that we have a looming recession so economic news political news foreign news all bad stories for donald trump and it amps up the instinct for pathological lines. Let me just say it's not like this. Particularly savvy effort virtually no not want us. I guess i'm just making hers. You say it doesn't take sophistication to try to divert attention to something a little bit more positive than you have ranting about alabama and writing over man. What's he gonna go do a rally somewhere. Leave the oval office. Go down to the border. The building the wall there are things you could do as the president united states to divert attention and much more positive ways instead of bringing attention to yourself with someone who is incapable of getting over the idea that alabama may have had gusty winds lawrence points out in his loft around chen. What's he gonna do is go to a rally in the key and the key element of the rally they build that wall mexicans get paid for do that anymore. Be more stuck with the idea that mexico and painful the guy can maneuver through this. What's remarkable to me is that he just unable to get literally get out of his chair and try to do something. Ask other than tweet and say look at this map. I drew on it gets the last word in this round because he really likes the stein. Thank you both for joining us tonight and when we come back it's tonight's episode of meet. The freshman freshman democrat jason crowe colorado is a former u._s. Army ranger who served three tors in iraq and afghanistan says donald trump's plan to divert money from military projects to pay for the border wall is putting military readiness at risk crow is also also working to keep the kinds of weapons that he used in on the battlefield out of the hands of america's mass murderer is he's one of the democratic freshmen who won in a republican public district and who has come out in favor of the impeachment process. This is a freshman. You're really gonna wanna meet. That's coming up when the news began to break yesterday about exactly where the three point six billion dollars military funding was coming from to you pay for the trump border wall freshman democratic congressman jason crowe of colorado was on a bipartisan delegation trip to the southern border with republican can representative don bacon of nebraska. They were right there at the border. They are both members of the armed services committee which has original jurisdiction over that money that is now being diverted to the trump wall. Karston crowe served in combat in iraq. He also served in combat in afghanistan where he was a member of the elite army. Rangers are military's original special forces unit. It was his service in iraq that informed his decision this summer to support an impeachment inquiry and a medium he imposed. He wrote announcing his decision on impeachment. He told the story of patrolling the streets of baghdad when an iraqi man approached him with a problem that should have been settled in court but the man told jason crowe that there was so much corruption in iraq he said justice is hard to find jason in cro. City is hearing that same kind of thing now in the united states he wrote. I recognize that the values i fought for overseas where now under assault at home home i didn't run for office because i dislike donald trump iran because i love our country and he ran in colorado district last year that has never elected a a democrat in his statement supporting impeachment inquiry congressman crow wrote during my tours in iraq and afghanistan. I saw what happens when government officials are you're above the law when democrats campaign in previously republican districts in the west. They usually don't like to talk about the gun one problem in this country but jason crowe ran as a democrat who supports banning the sale of assault weapons. I look at the gun violence crisis and how it's torn apart so many families enough is enough. These are the weapons that i needed when i was fighting in iraq and afghanistan aghanistan and now they're tearing our communities apart when my four year old daughter comes home from school and tells us about the bad guy drills that she has in how she had to hide in a dark closet and be quiet in case a bad guy ever came to their school. I've had enough of this tonight's episode of meet the freshman you will meet congressman jason crowe. He will tell us what the people in our government working in the southern border told him yesterday and today about what they need to secure our southern border. We'll get the results of his informal poll of border officials on the question of to build or not to build the trump wall. That's next and for tonight's episode of meet the freshman we are joined now by the forty year old freshman democratic congressman jason crowe of how thank you very much for joining us tonight congressman really appreciate it beyond lawrence. Thank you <hes> you were down at the southern border. Just as this news was breaking on the three point six billion. That's being diverted verdict from the jurisdiction of of your committee the armed services committee to the to fund the border wall. What did you hear at the border from the people working there about what they need at the border so every location we visited. I asked one simple question because i didn't want to <hes> guide the answer in any particular direction i just said what is your greatest need from washington. What what can we give you to help you get this job done and accomplish. Your mission on the border and every single person gave me the same answer. They said we need more personnel. They didn't say a wall in fact one agent that i was talking to said you know. It doesn't matter what we build. We put a fence. A wall slats barricades. They always find a way over under or through it but what we need is more personnel more agents so that just illustrated to me that the president's dry hi for this wall is a political decision. You know he's driving this based on his politics and his need to show strength or or to keep a campaign. Promise whatever it happens to be but this is not what the folks <hes> are saying <hes> certainly to me as their number one priority. It sounds like the kind of question that if a member of congress found you you in iraq when you're serving afghanistan that a wise member cars what about you what you need is that is that where that kind of question comes from for you. Well what i like to do when i do these visits he's congressional oversight of visits. <hes> i just wanna get information. You know my my job is to get information to assess that information and to make good policy. You know it's not the drive politics in any of these situations. That's not my background around you. I grew up in a family of small business owners and construction workers. I worked in construction to put my way through college. I became an army ranger. You know my job was about getting things done <hes> for my community and for people not about politicizing issue so i always want to try to get the best information possible and that certainly my background. I want to go to your decision this summer to come out in support of an impeachment inquiry. Tell us how you got there. Yeah yeah you know i wanted to assess all the information. I wanted to wait to see what the muller report contained in it. <hes> i read the whole report was shocked by its contents contents. I still am shocked by its contents wanted to hear what robert muller had to say. <hes> some of the other testimony ultimately at the end of the day this was about rule of law this this was about my experience as you mentioned earlier and iraq and afghanistan and seen firsthand what happens in a society when people don't trust government anymore when <hes> rule of law and order in process breaks down <hes> and i started to see some indications of that you know early on my campaign you know i was talking to some folks out on the campaign trail trail and <hes> you know several of them said listen does it doesn't really matter what you tell me and you seem like a really nice guy but i just don't believe this system works for me whether you're republican or democrat and that really shook me human that took me to the core to hear people saying that that type of <hes> apathy and resignation and i wanted to do something about it and that's why i said <hes> recently only that you know we have to conduct an inquiry congress has to cert- itself in this process and maintain checks and balances if we're not able to do that now than when congressman <hes> what is your constituents reaction been to this because as we've said stress that you're the first democrat to represent this district and here you are earn your first year saying you wanna have an impeachment inquiry of a republican president well. I walked people through my thought process on this. I'd get out of my community a lot hold town halls and coffee's on the corner roundtables all the time you know over the last month. We're here on our the district work period. I probably thirty or forty public events out in the community. I need with anybody and everybody. I take their questions and i walk them through. My thought process and i i think that's a a a lesson for other focuses. Don't hide from those interactions and even if people don't agree with you necessarily if you show up if you're willing to have the conversation with with them talk through the issue keep an open mind listen what they have to say be respectful of them more often than not <hes> th th they'll be okay with the way you come out because i always i remind my constituents said the promise is not agreement one hundred percent of the time you know if <hes> if elected official comes up and says you know you're going to agree with you a hundred percent of the time they're not telling you the truth the promises about <hes> you know making sure you're transparent and open with folks carson. Jason crowe gets tonight's last word. Thank you very much for joining us. Please come back really good to have you here. Thank you good to be on. Hey it's chris as from m._s._n._b._c. Every day. I come come to the office and we make a television show an everyday. I think to myself there's so much more. 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MBMBaM 481: I Have Seen Every Bird

My Brother, My Brother And Me

59:34 min | 1 year ago

MBMBaM 481: I Have Seen Every Bird

"The mcelroy brothers are not experts and their advice should never be followed Travis insists he's expert but if there's a degree on his wall I had seen it also this show isn't for kids which I mentioned only so the babies out there will know how cool they are listening what's up you've called hello everybody welcomes who my brew their my boo those are bones I'm griffin okay spooky Christmas those rebounds hey this is not a joke Halloween Halloween creepy spooky Halloween three and a half million and if there was a show on when I was eleven and I'll be honest sixteen and that show is just A. and people said that's my shit also being held hostage by their todd's I think eight kids watch thousands yeah I don't know how you get do you have to get like a permit to make weird youtube videos because ridiculously lucrative that I have to imagine there's optum that kind of thing now I will say somehow bb has not gotten into this so I have I've been spared this the war thing that's it they're they're easy there's one it's a guy dresses spiderman walk in front of a green screen while ghosts and skeletons walked by and there's a Sullen the background that goes and I'm going to sing it exactly I don't know where it's coming out maybe when she's thirty I've made me when she's eight I have no idea maybe when she's about turbo teen ally for some reason the more by these bones griffin to get him inside me I guess I was I guess died skeleton and isn't that something and now I live in that prison with him and it's just seems like a boys it seems like a market we are neglecting because apparently you can just put that's something I've listened I've been my main halloween exposure so far has been weird youtube which Henry now boy far far down the tube listen to making weird youtube videos is that you have to always stay on the run one step ahead of the government who's chasing you that to me like seems like the only thing like oh we almost got the few people allowed to do it I don't know how you get in that game but I would love to get a slice of that that's how high seems the only qualification I love I love see my daughter watch these weird Russian want Strauss and he's and breaking yes put that in there put that in that brain let's see where it comes out it spiderman and a skeleton in the same room and now it's Spiderman Halloween and it has three point six million views and it's made fifty thousand dollars which is like the science kid I'm messed see you've messed up the thing is you gotta put you got to put more garbage a box it every time they opened it did have a different pokemon inside of it that's must see fucking TV I would've faked sick even more often than I did to watch that show during the daytime on W. Sir Henry I'm your oldest brother just sin mcelroy I'm your middle brother Travis Murdo Roy he has a beard or any other costume that justifiably looks okay with beard I mean there's not that many bearded heros correct is it just me so anyway yeah that's where I am I guess my spooky Christmas spirit is not kicked into overdrive yet you can put fucking anything be Love Halloween we know I do anybody got costumes as is always the case I now have to find either a costume that I don't WanNa be Wolverine for the Eighteenth Time Oh God you're wolverine is always so thirsty trapped your ovary was always it was always so and you know that's so weird because I am doing wolverine this year but with no take different than mine a young offering maybe we could each of us do thirsty well I mean it's really hard to be wove rain and have it be like conservative super calm not interested in attention woven I am logan but you have the you have like the bones right fuck you got the bones I'm Logan listen can we just talk about spooky the posture musical spooky skirt Pumpkin you guys know this full time about hand okay sounds fun he's a real piece of garbage here's his the patch and rushed to inform the farm scarecrow Jack of their find a young innocent and square pumpkin who identifies himself as spookily just city of this idiot. Okay I'm GonNa tell you this story this narrative for you based on the Wikipedia page nine thousand times but I don't want it to be color I don't want airport confer a second why does have a second to talk we were just talking about Halloween kids programming and it made me think about the only thing I'm allowed to watch on Halloween the Mickey Really Belittle Tom a small pumpkin attached by vine too much larger big Tom Another pumpkin immediately begins bullying spookily and says only round Pumpkins that's the thing I'm coloring the story in any way is that fair sure yeah but until I monitor up and everybody just gather around the fire got around the Harf this fucking with those other games and it's designed to determine the pick of the patch now Justin ms as I have not seen it Rv Pumpkins Mobile Unquote Jack Olympics this is so challenging it's an athletic competition that is quote not affiliated in any way shape or form Adams played haunting music over it can you just absolutely you're just got okay yeah I'll put haunting music over it and make sure you do it like a spooky story yes please widely strickly the sweaty spookily because he is square does not roll away with the wind hits him sages bordering injustice overnight could be a Wolverine Griffin you could be offering logan I'm logan hello aren't you over him I'm not I am looking for rains my dad this is the story of spooky the square pumpkin by Wikipedia you could be scarier I don't WanNa do it goofy voice well hold on stop them riders abandoned spookily to help themselves to her crown what a severe windstorm hits the pumpkin patch pushing the pumpkins all over and pinning Jack under a flaming tree branch okay but I would argue that him not rolling away okay I'll give you that in what way does that help him lift a branch on someone so they're fine to give him an unfair advantage is making this shut shut up as they go along why is that not allow the scarecrow candy corn from Spooky ABC in his own personal jacqueline that's right what his his incredible reward for doing so good at being tenure is to have his eyes is point okay yeah yeah let's begin impressing record now going to be so weird when people just it was so that's just that's who live Holiday Hill Far Bugging Boras and bug loving vegetarian Bella discover an unusual sight mm-hmm well fuck that's not how aerodynamics works if it's hitting sparklys flat surface GONNA get fucking launch unreal pumpkins okay it's clear that they will do establish biased that quickly but there you go so jack organizes the pumpkins in the patch to compete in the a little bit these spiders decide to help him in the Jack Olympic so they can eat the prize which is a crown made a candy Corn Ryan Big Tom Tom get disqualified because out his brains or visit viscera no this sounds like a bond movie dude yeah so this is the film that you can watch so unlucky to do so it is absolutely horrifying I mean it is it is monstrous and it is spooky in a way yeah an effort to help him become the clear favourite when my sister's boyfriend has already had a head start on winning some of the family over that's from superior flaming Britt did we just drop the flaming branch Nobo- spookily saved him not round okay right different who me my family for the first time at Canadian thanksgiving next week however my sister is also bringing her boyfriend home for the holiday Weston's popcorn thoughts another segment here on another successful segment on my brother my brother and me another great segment all right I think we should actually start the show the although some of us have met him before this marks the first holiday or major family event that any of my siblings or cousins or I brought a partner to how can I give my boyfriend but specifically the Square Ping Pumpkin is that is the whole story and that's Justin's bucket pop jets turns out to be this is a quote from spooky turns out to be a total failure at all the events leaving discouraged Bubbas crowned the winner one man I can think to turn to a situation like this let me see if I can get him on Snapchat John Hahn I can't believe the emergency Madame snapchat that I set up three years ago finally I the the excitement with what you answer John Mamie feel like maybe you're trapped in chat I'm not a fucking monkey just let me read it now say now say I'm not a fucking monkey but say it with like five percent spooky just so we know it's different fibers faulk monkey that's like sixty five hundred dollars as a kid playing spooky music under it so do a fucking now you don't have to do a silly voice committed voice with some energy Gimme and I and I've just been waiting and I'm so glad that you finally reached out to me John I'm so thrilled that you have a book coming out because that's the legally only time you allow us to contact back so he saves Jack the farmer goes to assess the damage and discovers spookily the forest charm by spookily square shape and decides to make significant other in Ontario. I'm in the fucking tall grass already armageddon I know we just started but I used it all up in New York comic con I don't got any all currently will be out well let me ask you this let me ask you this question cannot not to pull back the curtain too much on the production if we were at were being asked to basically wade into not only family dynamics but also in other culture that I have no insight into in fact there is run ran a small in a resort if you will small opium den for Canadian opium it's the only place to get the stuff time when I was in Honduras at the Consulate Canadian constantly that there are some some ex pats from Canada there in nineteen not only does my new book medallion status true stories from secret rooms come out tomorrow in the United States and Canada but speaking of Canada today brothers are they alive yeah they're alive there's big Tom Little Tom Right yeah I'm Thomas is it is then the farmer's just okay with this I guess he doesn't have others thrill lined up perfectly actually that you you're a new book is coming out and is is Josh here he is a hello bring bring bring bring bring propelling hello brothers brothers Hi John Hodgman I can me right now oh okay there's a lot of weird coup inky dinks happening on this phone call I have observed Canadian thanksgiving one time the podcast but sometimes these things are recorded ahead of time correct correct really not this one this one's live too so what is what is today's date and mm excuse me I have no idea what you're talking about because you called me after you posed the question so in fiction the person were called do you remember what you had for Canadian thanksgiving Turkey and Pumpkin Pie but it had a little Canadian flagging so I don't know if that's part of the bill his life today's Day Oh this it's the fourteenth Janis October fourteen the fourteen how long have you been in snapchat John of what year after the storm the farmer goes the patch to assess the damage status monstrous my my children Jack differ from other Pumpkins in the pumpkin pants just like not innocent they've seen Sir Shipman Audience Nasty Pumpkins Jack Takes a likely liking disputes you did very very well put their significant other for the first time and they want to do better than their sibling giving another has been attending Thanksgiving ain't Thanksgiving for years maybe maybe even as far back as nineteen fifty seven the first official Canadian thanksgiving when Vincent Massey issued a proclamation saying a day of General Thanksgiving to Almighty God for the full harvest in which Canada that's the important part has been blessed to observe pretty soon I thought we were trying to build a world here trying to we are and it's a world in which you've already heard the question so here's a question superior ear superior significant other in Ontario is bringing home her significant other for Canadian thanksgiving for the first time wanted to hear significant other. I don't know that we know on the second Monday in October Vincent Masks so could it be possible that good way to give your significant other leg up is to have him roll up do you know this today is Canadian thanksgiving hey haven't missed getting everybody in one night I happen to have the Canadian thanksgiving wikipedia page open before themselves in this week a pdf page and just roll up with a ton of Canadian thanksgiving fun facts because I love fun facts things to go this is all the farmers imagination at the end you find out the farmer was hit by a car and these last moments yes these are those avenue of Canadian thanksgiving have so much impact on this question yeah I don't think unless you all are playing a wild angle I think that this could be a more you'll Turkey from America and saying like holiday now it was it was kind of like like when one college pranks another this holiday was invented get you out of there I've had I've had an open on my phone I guess that's where it is right searches jive had an open on my phone for three years is it is perhaps embellished true facts about this massey fellow proclaiming Canadian thanksgiving maybe he did it while stealing GonNa fish the great white north and they celebrate these two Canadian celebrated Canadian thanksgiving we're Kinda to have as his guests I don't know how that experience what did you have sure man yeah sure good I stole that gives the big dog that's that was his nickname the superior significant other Ontario's boyfriend right br boyfriend we do know yes okay the boyfriend should steep him or the nineteen fifty-six BC talking about all the dinosaurs we should say he should say the vinnie Vincent Massey proclaimed this after he stole across the border and he did not like to stay on the porch or be seconds notes no sometimes hung out with big jobs hey listen this is all you got this is a this isn't that hard your boyfriend is just gotTa help are low but by taking out the trash you take out the trash one time and make a big you will skate you will skate into the number one position yeah just say like where is the like make sure you're asking where's the compost where where does the plastic recycled with the Turkey that had just been pardoned by the United States president at that time yes he snuck into the White House into the the lawn fifty seven that's gotta be Eisenhower Eisenhower Listen Griffin I react Bravo Hey let's do our first question here's our first question I am bringing my of neutral how do I make my boyfriend the best boyfriend saying unless you're saying like how to plant the largest Canadian flag in the smallest pumpkin Pie they put Canadian flags and a lot of stuff that would seem weird I think my my my brothers my friend I don't want to derail US I don't know the individual I mean we all know the Canadian thanksgiving is celebrated since November six hundred seventy nine a but it wasn't officially proclaimed until January thirty first nineteen fifty seven maybe I shouldn't have brought a raccoon Canadian thanksgiving yeah so that doesn't mean you shouldn't have been on this say don't worry Jeremy I'm Gonna I'm GonNA fix your fuck up I'll take care of this and verbatim from memory yeah deliver what John Hi John just that's what I'm saying I'm saying Kay that the that you're going to have to collaborate with your boyfriend to some extent which is to say you have to tell your boyfriend that this is a priority because then your boyfriends remind you just in the moment that that raccoon is innocent yeah yeah right they're accurate didn't actually you know you can't you can't their their relatives partner is already on that trash game and not leaving you any trash to take out your a half to balance out doing this this scam that you're orchestrating while also spending large chunks of time in the bathroom just Abba trash bag and go outside of the Big Pol trash and then wait for a raccoon tocom and capture them in the trash bags family will not see the that's great for the boyfriend then when no one's looking you go out and get the trash and then put it in your parents bed and then your boyfriend's storms roomies God Damn Jeremy It's not a holiday there's just no trivia surrounding it it's just a regular yeah now I don't want to step on John Hodgman's so I will not posit fake facts would I will be self and if that's the case good news you're not out of luck you go outside to the trash cans after he's done his work and you rip up the bags and you pour all over the yard and then you go back inside like g I think the problem is I am looking at this wikipedia page and there are no fun facts just fact facts production out of it I'm a big make a real big deal hey where is ask every single person where the cans ask every single person era your new book well coming out the day after Canadian thanksgiving is a brand new book by me John Hodgman medallion status true stories from secret rooms the neurons in his brain right so caddy want but this is a weird shape pumpkin his name's Ed for these Spider Zayed's face booking and waiting for the day it is also incredibly hard to execute a scheme when one has just eaten a lot of foods you can you explain this to me why on earth would you think the trash bags go in melody's parents bed I can't fathom why you think that's and he's going to be and it's another book like vacation land that you that you guys were very kind to to read and and talk about before in the same vein that's first person funny make an Omelet without breaking few records that is one of the great things of Canadian thanksgiving now if this is my experience one and you're not on television that much anymore and now you're not even as famous as the least famous Corgi on instagram that's kind of my story medallion status comes out tomorrow now because he's just going to be able to get a minute to himself out there waiting for for the raccoons so he'll love it he'll also be able to to help out the family and maybe John What if this this book is such a massive hit that you get super famous again oh you're back in the mix all of a sudden another give a raccoon a great new home in a trash back leaving there is Jeremy the boyfriend that we're trying to beat here is that I understand that that's where we've come up and I stories that are also sometimes thoughtful and dare I say very profound about my implausible career as a very famous minor television personality and other purposes where the trash goes have two bags one in each hand like where does this go I'm happy to drag me make sure everybody's if you'll be a big enough production out of it the secret rooms and first class lounges and exclusive parties that even the miners defame allows you entry to until you are slowly kicked out of those rooms one by one me what did you do that's not how you take trash he did incredibly incorrectly cans did you leave it open did you leave open the Canco some raccoons hey I'm the I'm the I'm the villain that Canadian thanksgiving needs and deserves let strove hey John Tell me about convert enemy boyfriend by John Enemy Boyfriend yes yeah become known no I'll take that heat speak to a beautifully and it's also hilarious at least a job percents and that is a that's a hit ratio that that Anybody could be got it covered you gotta cover much like Canadian thanksgiving it's not a competition this is what I want to say disappear significant other Ontario like we all know is one of the great observers of sort of our our our culture as it is right now unranked and then sit save your machen nations for tomorrow when everybody's all Turkey drunk right and susceptible enjoying the Ling make also sing and make a big production of singing a song about it I'm taking it a contingency plan is if ordering in San Marino and owned I just I don't know what the traditions are in Ontario maybe that's the garbage goes on the bed thank you John we appreciate it thank you very much indeed I've a yahoo here okay want but listen did we solve this superior Ontario I'll we actually fix them sort of look I know I look I come from the judge I really didn't have a plan B. for this book succeeding at that level that one everybody on your back we all know this Jeremy deserved to lose but your superior significant other superiors leave another your boyfriend doesn't need to be drawn into a Canadian thanksgiving fight and book on his face as everyone else is watching this but Jerry we gotta buy another one you gotta go buy another copy of this book that you dry Elisa Buzzard can I count that Whoa Hey I never bird watched in my life I know that that's not how you do it Emmys a creep we all know that everyone likes Jeremy even though he's in the family fawns over Jeremy because he's got that smile but he's actually kind of a jerk and he's and he's secretly bad now it's everyone wish by Michelle Smith thank you it's an L. No it's yahoo answers user ricky who asks is bird watching just guesswork she go buy it it's a very good book I've been reading it and I know I say that you know it sounds like bullshit but this book really speaks to me and I think John hudgens inspire is watching the Canadian football in this weird alternate universe parallel dimension of Thanksgiving on their oval expect out of that's really kind and thank you for letting me come on and talk about it and say these words Pi T. dot l. y. slash medallion status. That's where you can check it out maybe ordered if and later is there any hobby that is as susceptible to fucking speed runs as bird watching shit there's no I've seen about twenty birds and noted them down I'm just getting into bird watching and it's late in the year so I don't have a serious list yet the birds I've seen particularly at a distance I'm only about mm per hard to find some killing it I'm so don't I saw this this afternoon just looking out my kitchen window I was naive improperly bird-watching so far I've seen about twenty odd birds noted them down I don't know if they're saying twenty birds and change or they've seen exactly twenty very strange birds on Hodgin podcast where we here he goes all right all right hold on we've had the agreement was the running okay how dare you Yang and looked out the window and I fucking no scope Dick Bill Priebus and it was so choice that's not a bird it is I know I found a new say business and finance personal finances burr guessing just guesswork. I'm pretty sure one is supposed to like have a book and maybe take a picture you look at by the way the first answer responded to this says sure personal finance and I was like what the Fuck Sammy it's the section that this question has been posted it has already heard the question okay yeah 'cause we why would we read the listener we shouldn't waste their time so yeah in fiction all right you have somehow sixty percent sure I have correctly identified them I can never totally be sure right now I saw a fleeting glimpse of what I think basing a Google search on a memory whole bellied starling those aren't native to West Virginia at all I just feel like yeah because I fucking kick asset this yeah I'm so good at this I found one that's like look by John Hodgman conceive your room while they're distracted that's when you start maybe you start moving trash around once Jeremy's asleep with with them with like binoculars and guess that is that right you don't just like see a bird in the distance and say I'm going to remember that and remember to like think about it bird-watching like what's next nasty woodpecker what else you got planned for the day I'm just GonNa Watch you it's perverse I like that we are all kind of bird watching all the time like if you see a bird whether you meant to or not your bird watching it is up to you whether you want to follow up on steps to look up bird but I could now sit down after thirty five years of consecutive bird-watching and try to remember all the birds I've seen that'd be embarrassing for you horribly embarrassed back on top Gosh I'm kidding I'm getting chills thinking about that worst possible outcome cajoled burglars about to go into a heist and stopping a golden corral I okay okay okay you lead your may take the trash out you up there you get on plug your and trying to tell us our jobs yeah don't don't don't worry it's not a competition don't worry about it I mean I can just stand near a book and with a note Pat and just like start riding names of some bars and if someone's like is this a her yeah and write them down just watching I saw herbal one once watching is challenging as challenge wave putting it if you think about it because the way I I think the only reason woodpecker does what it does and like hits his head against a tree because someone's watching like because there's no way this is the nick I'm sure the birds would prefer you to psych bird like looking bird seeing birds out here life I was burnt burnt glimpse thing today was yeah I said I got on the first one I know scope zinzan pretty tight I really liked this question basically is positing the Jeremy Yeah it's my coons got in there and now you know what I cleaned it up already oh yes griffin 'cause that's like work I love Jerem Jeremy I use different John you've taken on the role of other way France Fun we tagging job for the rest of the episode and the not to not but of like these birds out on a tree outside our house they wanna come bird that is in so I would enter into the Merlin out the color of the bird that's the way to do this slam your face to tree are used to have an APP I think it's called Merlin I may still have it installed and I got into appointed 'cause I just googled I have seen every bird in no nothing not like an eaton burn like yes that is a bird I would eat I'll decide what's eaten bird yes that's one of the dancy birds I'm very birds are good at Eton yeah pants I do like this because I know myself well enough to know that if I tried to be a bird watcher right I would it's ten thousand about ten thousand species of birds subscribe worldwide it's about the one estimate of the real number places at almost twice that hey good numbers words listen to other people talking about birds drawing birds and even today there's some words in the book that people are like no one else's ever seen that verd- it because like there's ten thousand options is that a frog mouth or is that a nightjar I don't know 'cause I just saw those words on the Internet I'm never going to learn what they mean like Oh there's you know whatever a green build honey hammer and so move like no it's not I mean I'd never do it again so I like this idea of being able to say like there's a big in their flamingos I think go in there but I think flamingos you could also taxonomy is as the tall bird with Austrian we'll put ostriches in there and then we'll get I don't either this one or doublet so I'm going through and there's so many different taxonomic these bad boys in that's why I could not get into this of it but how many different types of birds y'all think there is answer now I'm going to say roughly the ten thousand e Polish say eight hours GonNa say eight I'm clearly just poking my phone like an asshole this is one of my favorite we're facts about like brace one of the things they know about that Audubon did see win around spot and eaten birds those that are delicious penguins get their own little nook I think Oh you know what's fun about eating birds we could make that birds that are good for eating I think we need to pair this down to like a dozen birds that's that I can do and the big blue one the big blue would be like color bird and we can get dealers they've seen every bird they there's no one who said I've seen every bird the closest I find this story on Washington Post this titled I never meant to be name is Todd Dre and I've seen you may know me as the man who seen every bird yeah there's no money nineteen how is there not someone who's hold can poke at my phone like an Asshole for twenty minutes trying to figure out what kind of birds out there and they know they watch me I'm not gonna be able to play it off like fucking you'll gibbons it's all legal it's all legal than it's all okay by squarespace they will look the other way while you showcase your work blogger published content sell products and it makes me think that every thought and he was just like I don't know what if a bird like this no one knows it's like eighteen seventy or whatever they can't look they can't Google wink and services inc of all kinds and more and scrag they like what you guys are positing here I'm because I'm afraid news to do a website for the Internet and whatever you do at the website at that point it's all up to you you can say you want to showcase Iran Cedar Island has seen ninety six hundred and thirty seven but then it says slash ninety six hundred thirty six there has to be one disputed for me scene one bird but you've seen a lot of that one bird yeah that's I I've only seen one kind of bird ever in my entire life but one time I saw like fifty thousand of them has an A. List of an sorry not a list fucking scoreboard of WHO's seen the most birds it's close low clouds goal was gonna draw now silly one let's Oh my God here's my problem with it I just googled this please don't Google it will make fun game out how many nine thousand six hundred thirty seven you got close but you missed out on on four hundred into their class oh I've seen I've seen nine thousand seven burder but the parts didn't give me any choice and I'm not GonNa read it I'm just GonNa leave it just like it is right there at whole does that mean a bird's boom hey look at me all right down okay I'm going to read it the Wikipedia has got a list of Holy Shit y'all this is my new life wikipedia extensions fuck man you can do both those things and they do have built in search engine optimization and if things get broken then they got twenty four seven award winning outside and find them you do have to go into the dark web to get this yeah so we could make a dark web for birds well not forber herd yes it is and now we and now we have something to talk about scumbags closer together as friends and as people and like there is no like no that is not that is the way but anyway it's got beautiful customizable templates created by world class designers they are optimized for mobile and you can buy domains or choose from to over two hundred you mean I could set up a website that I could sell marijuana to people who I also then assassinate no this is totally cool lissette Travis I'm very proud of you hey yeah tell you it's a very special time of year the spooky spooky o'clock it's Christmas have fucked up so bad haven't they why is that it has here written down introduction goes noises yes please give us your edition of what goes tell my wife and children and then I stopped that because it turned out nobody gave a shit including myself I would just justice three hundred birds away from from getting the digging all of them getting the big certificate a lot of these birds traff you can't just go eh customer support and so I want I want you go to squarespace dot com slash my brother for a free trial and when you're ready to launch the offer code my brother to save ten percent off your first purchase Steve This word exists my Dream Bird my publisher says I can charge more if there's one eight pages shy of of my of my underpants and like they have sizes from extra small to four excel This is time for you to trick wants Dan bear clear eight thousand even for Wikipedia even give a shit about you I don't have time for that hey I got an idea let's take a break and good money squarespace scarce base course yes what was it again squarespace first race they make a service that you can use now definitely can't you very good very good yes it's a wonderful time of year and they're bringing back they've get this knowledge why I don't give a shit about this what do all that I can use to be like a pretty bird hotel what a chill way okay moving on with my life but now I had to website domain I wasn't very good I liked it now I didn't know I sucked it up a very good job don't Nag yourself I thought it was gradually that great of birds we can make a dark web four birds also they have their own anyway they do we're not getting paid for this one because they're going to be spooky prints and Halloween Costume onesies I love that that's exciting that's fine that's so fun mandates also as the most comfortable yeah I do it say thirty eight Oh Shu goal call I remember I'm number one now I guess is what I'm saying that I'm the number one bird what if you've only it's the way it's not where it's not fun and playful like people think there's a reason people are scared of these guys yeah I think mine would be like yeah right I wouldn't you're not please MIANDI DOT com slash on my brother treat your s check your best hi this is Rachel map hello this is Griffin mcelroy and this is wonderful you're giving de resent of your first pair free shipping is one hundred percents satisfaction guarantee go to me these dot com slash my brother is yes what does that mean beyond these Griffin I hear your ghost is is please in Brazil you're enjoying your own jokes much crooked I didn't want to interrupt I'm not a joke it's what they say to tell people does it says right here it says it says this section the chill vibes amber is the color of our energy is what all the Aisin's review say they will now nickle British so tight you cannot afford to miss chur talking about this sweet Brown Brad Talk About Music and poems and you know whether there's either my natural reaction was to of course yell and flip off the driver as soon as I did that however I realized I recognized the car and after getting into the driver a ninety percent share it was a higher is another question from beloved listener I was driving through a parking lot and almost got hit when another driver decided across that looking one time Rachel talked about baby Beluga the song for like fourteen minutes and improve just really blew my hair back check us out on maximum fun dot org it's a cool podcast that's that we do as we may we are married and how's the ad going so far because I think's going pairing we talk about things we like every week on Wednesdays one time Rachel talked about bids and treat yourself with these comfortable underneath st your ass undermines tricky street good news I've found a new home for you and it's inside that ten percent and that's where we lived there lived there now and you don't even look at the other one I'm on we ended story this is their first not for profit episode women whose kids I babysit all the brothers I get along really well with her and I love her kids like they're my own family do idress at apologize or Dr Pretend it never happened rebuilt their relationship with their kids while they were going around flipping people off in parking lots all day I've I'm exhausted from fixing all of my social relationships the from Kayla in California and I'll kill you probably know which one we're going to say it's the one where he pretended they were happening you said ninety percent sure they give you this right if some if your boss is like hey this is a sound weird right and then ask you about it you're gonna say that's like the announced God I hate my twin sister her boss what is like she's a real shithead and she's such a bad driver and she takes out and everybody else third time someone said something like that to me right and you are just GonNa like Oh yeah I guess there's someone else who looks like me who's just slip room and just loud yeah that's good do you guys wanted to Yahoo sure surveyed here's Yahoo it was sentenced freaky Friday at this point like we're both adults we've heard like have responsible like I haven't even said like you don't know how hard it is or you'd understand what it is it's up but I got it back I love my face off for a day I body swapped Oh that's it I body starts with a real Jerko and fix their life and they ruined mine a Emma can't I'm going to go with that for now until I figure out how it's actually pronounce thank you Emma it's anonymous entries user I'm going to call Jarvis asks how do I learn to hate soda I'm there's no there's literally no the D. eventually I'm going to teach on snapchat works and she's going to have to give me her key card to the elevator yes because I'm so fucking tired of walking up the stairs of that fucking hospital oh really weird because the kids by the way sorry sorry sorry sorry also I'm twenty five at this point and I have a daughter and so it's clear that my mom and I keep right I haven't gotten to one casual day since I was like sixteen I I came back on Saturday my trader that got on the intercom is like hey everybody is free ice cream in the CAF yeah that was actually that was that was me that was that one was me that was the my mom was a total ship back yeah and that was the Freaky as thing of all you've probably right at the beginning of the ARC before she learns about like responsibility in love and stuff and end of my arc did you hear about the assistant principal who did skateboard tricks in the cafeteria that was me to this time we've done this you would think at this point we'd stop neglecting each other but here we are because that's when it happens to learn it's every every fight it is foggy Pepsi Cola I'm not all and then every time you go to drink a Pepsi your your Josh this is Josh is drink but then they're gonNA think that you've been parent trapping him every time you come to babysit and they're never going to trust you could say like I think I have a doppler getting scary yeah yeah someone took my news always gets away with everything pay them five dollars to drink soda and tell you how good it is right and then you're going to back off fuck you Josh Yeah Freaky freaky Friday and it was there's a lot of other story beats grew as people yeah but one of the things that did happen is you just have to find something that you like better than Soda and do that can you is it coffee probably now I mean coffee does it for me kidney stone chooses you want the disc nice filtered pure sprite yeah that's Christa has actually been run through eighteen Britta's yeah we haven't said anything like that in years and of course of course every Friday I come home the kids fucking full of sugar it's like thank you mom mom for misuse you drink three hundred calories of that delicious Brown water right down your throat you pay four dollars for Canada's delicious three hundred Calorie Brown water yeah all the Browns soda and I can't I you know and you know what Dr Howard I don't know why it was Brown Sodas does the Color Brown ad because this Jerko who took my body flipped everyone off it was my mom what happened Friday off with pro team you get that can from the store every day and when the urge this is the substitution when the urge to have a soda kicks in the Coffee Instead ooh wait coffee instead yeah but what about that what about that you get a starbucks triple shot yes when I was the responsible one who learn to loosen up and she was the Jerko who I don't learn to like be more responsible whatever sequel did you hear about that hospital admission that is unfathomable to me and the man would have a a tall cool can of diet coke poured into the biggest glass possible chock a block body to to get all the sugar out and give it to my fucking kid at this point it's normal Friday we're not surprised when it happened a freaky Friday would be if I win a Friday in my own body he's not wrong yeah a nice a powerful strong virile diet coke at four thirty in the morning is a spicy more just liquid then soda in every way it's an improvement over soda the problem I is that it's different flavor pallets doc full of ice dump Diet Coke on top of it folks if I used to deliver papers and wake up at the same time my dad if you never try to drink diet coke four Dell's I'm in other details no I'm assuming they WANNA kick it kick the habit maybe they also have Abbas maybe they also had a doctor who after some kidney stones said it's because coaches about Islam have see now travis this thing didn't make any sense and it was bad justin how do you make it hey how do you make hate for for the drank yeah hate of the drink yes yeah okay yeah yeah you WanNa kick the Soda You you'll love it so much because you're a red blooded American and what now whenever Henry drinks a carbonated beverage he complains that it is spicy and I've always made fun of them for just not knowing a lot of stuff because he's just so young still but you know what a Pepsi stop fighting everybody that's that's what everybody's trying to get across that hold the Coca Cola thing is yes and you learn that Josh was only a bully because he was self I go I don't know for the laundry between every fold and do mean every fold you have a sip of that delicious I did say diet coke so it's not sugar that you have to worry about in this case it is a it's like a barn there's a you get that that's going to give you every that's got bits more it's more caffeine sugar it's more remorse effing than soda more sugar than sound starting to worry is that what if Pepsi here's this episode and they start using these brilliant techniques to make people hate belly button ring had been removed Yep can you fucking believe which I you know last Friday I spent the whole time fixing her credit yeah that's what I she's coke and then there's an inbound with creating credible weapon in the in the Colo War sled if they start like Pepsi Start Slinging Sorry Griffin my recording of your track dipped out for a second it was the word Tabasco I guys and I said that to throw off Oh outside of people's funerals like oh I'm so sorry for your loss but you're not gonNA backfire right you come out and you're like Oh my God I feel this is the saddest I've ever been here's crawling this episode waste Burn coca-cola to the ground so you throw a little Tabasco fucking drink maybe every time you do something you don't like to do you also have a a nice so I like this if you have to this brown Peru and then by the time you're done you'll so closely associated like you have to go to your aunt's funeral whatever it is S. I feel so much better well we'll spicy but I like that you could pour Tabasco in it so what was the word outside of funeral so that people now hate this coal so much but once they get to their car run up to me like Oh hold on hold on hold on I know your mouth burns drink pepsi instead hey pepsi warning I highly fucking recommended it is bruce in the face sugar your body will rebel against you as you the stuff one eight it here's what you do all right you know that kid that you do not like the class bully or maybe they're like you know they're the goody two shoes pillet your throat isn't ready for fizzy like it's been sleeping all night it's not awake enough for fizzy and it's confused by the sensation and I loved Aunt Judy she taught me you know so much about life and what's this oh I sorta think oh this is delicious right when I go from that soda it's at Chivalry blast I feel the face you now. It's carbonated to Kobe. Get carbonated copy coughing that's why obse because I don't want them to use these like other Texas speech rather their speech to text robots crawl like the spice have people in masks go to grocery stores and smash up all the Coca Cola good right onto the floor now no Pepsi needs to smash all the Pepsi ever thought about that by a bunch of Coca Cola selling for ten cents more than you bought it right why isn't doing this maybe destroy all the weapons out there yeah whenever we want to do one guy okay Pepsi now it's your turn for a tip because we gotta keep this arms race fair just Habsi on the market losing their minds the two options they have are coking Co. Platt guess they're buying them both the prophets are through the of it as it's like Coca Cola was Darlene and then mountain dew was for aunt Steve like just different one oh coke why don't they just by coca-cola yes ship it to terrorist cells around the world and then they get their pictures taken people will start saying z. then relabel the cans as coke platinum sell it for a dollar more than regular there's no dino when you go to the store and you're the Pepsi distributor and you go to the store and you put like a hundred recall black should still be on the docket our dad never draft our dad worked the morning shift in radio for forty years never drink coffee and people come up and they're like Oh fuck lifespans even if they weren't going to get it they're not gonNA miss it they're not gonNA miss out and they're also like does know unlike coke anymore. CBS You've done it you've won the Cola wars they're over and we use that Cola money to like feed the hungry and get the phone sand Sir thank your parents are from big families yes yeah a lot of around you got to have one person Pepsi Sells Dasani Yeah that's the same bottle did you know that okay I trust you because it's Aquafina talk is that the Pepsi Ceo goes and Sells Coca Cola probably not sells it that'd be cool though with spines stuff in it could you get this virus my that was my God i did the Hawksley how many Fridays would you spend helping out with a router lose the big one whoever loses we win yeah whoever wins Waterloo's yeah that is true and our dad loses his kidney loses are yes uh when I drink this I think a josh over there may be a now my backfired because then you find that your something in common with Josh the love Pepsi and now you're mof share his pedal okay dishonest coke think so even when you're trying to enjoy a nice bottled water you're still choosing I have seen on the shelf yeah we've all been there at you with this what if next time just put one ooh and that way a delivery person who brings you the compact discs tell them how good the show is said they'll tell their friends and that really means a lot to us we've got some shows coming up I'm good there's a lot of cocoa Michelle's right now and just the one which I'm definitely going to snatch up and you can hang a plaque right next at one Pepsi and say sorry folks there's not more these prices the recipe's right here on Meta filter who knew folks thank you so much for listening to our program saying aside in the Colo wars isn't that heartbreaking just trying to enjoy a walk but Pepsi robots if you are listening if you could make a caffeinated water for me college official soft drink of terrorism stop helping Pepsi I just I'm on fire guys here's what you do coke bile the peps not too bad coca cola men came and destroyed all and that's why this one's twenty five dollars yeah this one's a little bit more expensive but we got to recoup the costs because the her and I wonder why wonder what they're trying to figure out

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Greg Warren's Denny's Days, Bootsy Collins Contributes to Music Cares, Val's Hair Metal Friday

Randy Baumann and the DVE Morning Show

1:56:18 hr | 7 months ago

Greg Warren's Denny's Days, Bootsy Collins Contributes to Music Cares, Val's Hair Metal Friday

"Erg. The best part about Robbie pres. album cover back then. Is he standing? With. His arms folded. His shirt is tucked in two super tight jeans that he has no belt on, and he's got Super Harry arms. It's like a really. Seventies look like remember when the band Orlean. They hug her their their record. They are huggers or the Band Orleans city in album cover, and they were all shirtless, and they all had super hairy chests and beards just so funny, look. It just reminds me. Randy Baumann and the DVD, morning show. And today. We're going to change it up a little and. You're. GonNa do hair bands. Yeah. So, we have a lot of guests, so we want one of time for tunes, but You know. Hair, bands are kind of like a really rich desert. You don't need a lot, you know. Flavoring That's right. What do you got going things up? Here's the channel eleven severe weather center severe weather's central oven. Yeah, we had some strong storms yesterday possibility again today it's seventy two now at DV e president trump says to new supreme court rulings are based on ongoing which hunt and a hoax. talking with reporters yesterday trump called himself both satisfied and unsatisfied one case involved how subpoenas for trump's taxes and financial records. The Supreme Court kicked that case back to lower court's. Ruling said new. York investigators can get trump's records in an ongoing criminal investigation, involving hush money payments to two women who claim to have had affairs with Donald Trump. White House Press Secretary Kaley mcenaney is playing down an apparent rift between president trump and the CDC over re-opening schools. mcenaney told reporters. The two camps are on the same page and said getting back to school is an imperative for the health and wellbeing of. Trump has insisted that schools reopened in the fall despite ongoing concerns about the pandemic CDC director. Robert Redfield told the morning America has agency will continue working with local officials too refined school reopening guidelines for practical use. Governor Tom Wolfe is rolling out a new grant program to help smaller food retailer struggling amid pandemic. Wolf says the program is meant to ensure that everyone has access to fresh food. About ten million dollars in grants is available for retailers that serve customers that live in low to moderate income areas and fifty percent of their sales must be from staple and parishable foods. The Department of Agriculture is accepting applications until August fourteenth. Governor Wolf also extending protections for homeowners from foreclosures and tenants from addictions through August thirty. The order is intended for those who have not received assistance from a housing finance agency program, or not already receiving relief from the federal foreclosure. More at Torian, program. starbucks is requiring all customers to wear face masks in stores starting July. Fifteenth doesn't matter where you live. The new rule outweighs any local or state laws that may not require masks guests who don't WanNa wear a mask and still go through the drive through get curbside pickup or delivery cafe employees have been required to wear masks since April among other safety measures implemented by the company during the pandemic. The world's rarest guerrillas have been spotted in central Africa. The Wildlife Conservation Society released images this week of the rare Cross River gorillas who were photographed with several babies in the dense mountains of southern Nigeria the Cross River Gorillas are a critically endangered subspecies and at last report, only about three hundred were left remaining a statement from the conservation. Society says the new citing is proof. The guerrillas are well protected and reproducing after decades of being targeted by hunters. A Florida. Businessman is trying to do his part to battle Covid nineteen David Terrell owner of aid AB agricultural, spraying company got which you'll of Florida's permission to missed city streets with hydrogen peroxide in an effort to fight the airborne corona virus. He believes his slightly stronger solution could fight against virus particles, especially ones that hit the ground. The city commission did not reach out to any scientists before giving their approval saying they want the city to be a test site for the new innovation. Experts say they don't know if large-scale Sprang of the solution will have any effect, but shouldn't be a health hazard for anyone. Terrell is paying for the fogging himself. In Long, island New York, a group calling themselves wine, fairies have been delivering gift packages to unsuspecting neighbors. The packages included many different things, including wine and other traits, and some of the deliveries are extra special, because the very show up wearing costumes like pandas, superheroes and Turkeys. That seems like a weird one, but. Of course, there's a pink vary involved, too with the wind varies, group has delivered hundreds of packages. Since they started about three months ago, they also started selling t shirts raising thousands of dollars to give to nearby food pantries. Beer sales continue to be strong sales of what they consider a premium beer. The cheap stuff that's up eleven percent over this time last year, imports up fifteen percent craft beer sales up twenty three percent, but the biggie hard sell tres. Sales are up two hundred forty seven percent over last year time. Bills on vacation this week I'm sure that knocked right over the. Precipice Alps Yeah waclaw Willy. Sticks brought man Tommy shop performing one of the band's hits from the seventy s with a youth orchestra, the new social distance version of fooling yourself features all eighty eight members of Cleveland's contemporary. Youth Orchestra, performing separately on split screen with Shah on lead vocals and guitar in the video. Fooling yourself comes from sticks his nineteen seventy seven album the grand illusion he said in the statement that he was blown away while making the video and the fact that everyone in the orchestra is eighteen or younger, and we're going to get that video up. It sounds awesome We're going to get the video up on the morning. Show page at DB. Calm so you can check it out. Finally Ozzy. Osbourne has a new TV show appearing with his wife Sharon and son Jack on a new show for the travel channel that explores paranormal activity. The osbournes want to believe will reportedly center around Jack's belief in the paranormal and his efforts to convince Ozzy and Sharon that it's all true. Shows is going to include episodes on UFO's Poltergeists, strange beasts and haunted dolls I remember one episode of their. Around the World Joe. which I can never remember the name of they went to some museum and there was some dull. That was supposed to be haunted so I don't know if that's the same one, but. Jack released a statement saying he'll make his parents watch the most undeniable footage caught on camera, including a few from his own personal experiences, and that his biggest challenge may be keeping their comments family friendly. which they've never been up to this point, so why start now the Osbournes want to believe debuts on August second. Forecast. Pretty much like yesterday. Hot and humid thunderstorm temperatures in the mid nineties were at seventy two at DV. Bali I believe the name of that. Show that you're looking for. Was Just Jackie nause? Big Show here for you today. Sean call you're reviewing the old guard. Greyhound and the Beach House. Also our Buddy Greg Warren Comedian Greg Warren new special where the field corn grows out now is on. Amazon prime. And Bucci Collins, legendary funk. Bass player for James Brown P funk. I mean you name it? He is one of the founding fathers. Funk seth were bought from the trip from trip. Live sports, also going to join us and talk a little hockey later and today's hair bandaids, so yesterday was. Me Turning over vow to program all yacht rock and it was well received. People really liked it, and there's no accounting for bad taste, but with hairband. Come on, it was fun. I was totally I loved it. HAIRBAND IDOL was the thing we've done in the past. We did power ballad challenge this year now. The only thing I said is that for every one. Of. Every hairband that you play this morning, I wanNA counter with one of our power ballad. Challenge entries so okay. Get started with a hairband. Right now and then I'll queue up power ballad challenge tuned for after that. Let's start with some rat. Oh. Did you already put it in for Joe? Yes rat is enjoying a little bit of a resurgence with that GEICO commercial. So good for them. All right rat kicks US off. It's it's valves. Friday. Yeah Rat! All right rounding around bows picking out some hair band tunes today, great video for that. Remember the video for round and round. They're playing in the attic of some mansion, and then like Milton Berle is. Cross dressing. I don't know why Milton Berle is in that video. He must have been a pain in the ASS. Tide of the ban I think like his nephew managed the bander something. It? Yeah, it was something like that. Warren de Martini Steven Pearson. Robbin crosby wrote that one and Vh One called at the sixty first best hard rock song of all time. I saw Bon. Jovi Open for rat. It was my second concert ever. And I was all excited to go see rat thought Bon Jovi was like a bunch of like. You know they were like a wimpy band. We're like whatever do their chick band? Grade every I was friends with in the eighties hated Bon Jovi Yeah. They were like Duran. Duran me when I was. You know seventh grade and we went and We all had to admit. Where like you know Bon Jovi kind of blue rat off the stage tonight. We'd been around I'd already been to one concert. seasoned. Milton Berle and nephew was rats manager at at the time. Okay, that makes sense are so I wanted to play at least one or two of our hairband. power ballad challenge entries from this year. This was David. Durban's Pittsburgh is my side chick a great Pittsburgh power ballot. Here you go DV. More floods. Really. Remain. She looked. Don Share on space around my heart or A low. Blow at her boy. He Never Jagger with me. You Heard He. slowed. Gene. The! Hearts. Rivers down and never word up. Oil flows freely you need. steelers. Commission. Manny. Fairly. An. Drummer Bob. South. To. Thatcher, Wars. To. Pool. Oh, yeah man. David Durban's. Pittsburgh is my jake. What a great Pittsburgh Power Ballad that is Pittsburgh along side chick. Brilliant Absolute! Yes. Evoking such stark imagery Mike. Sports, coming up after the commercial break. What do you have for us? The college football season is starting to get lopped off piece by piece at least the big ten conference announcing yesterday. Conference Games only if they play it all. Yes this was a disturbing development for those who were clinging to the hope that college football was a a foregone conclusion because it doesn't seem like that's the case now central. Rap through some hockey. Talk for you later this morning as well sports next. DV. Sports all right. Here's Mike presented with your sports on TV what's up. Sports Center brought to you by KIA, and an ominous move made by the big ten conference yesterday, as it relates to the potential for a college football season amid the corona virus, the big ten announcing on Thursday that it will play conference only schedules for its false sports, including football big ten released a statement that cited Excuse me that said that the health safety and Wallace of our student athletes, coaches, game, officials and others associated with our sports programs remain our number. One priority in unprecedented times The conference statement also cited. Playing, conference games, only as an option that gives the big ten quote greatest flexibility to adjust which I'm guessing is. An acknowledgement that. It could get even worse in the fall of it could be second wave whatever they don't WanNa play the Non Conference Games and then have to cancel conference games. If you start earlier in September then you have. Potentially! Some weeks where you can take some time off and then maybe resume maybe right. It's not it's not encouraging or exciting or optimistic. college football fan I would imagine that dollar power. Five conferences are going to. At least think about this. If not following the big tents, footsteps and limit what they're going to try to do. Football this season for Penn state that means the lines will not be hosting Kent State on September the fifth. They won't play at Virginia Tech on September Twelfth, and they won't host San Jose State on September. Nineteenth one of the high profile big ten non conference games that has gone away October third at Lambeau field in Green Bay Wisconsin was gonNA play Notre, Dame. And Ain't happening now now. What's Notre Dame to do? That's a great question. That is a great question. a lot of people are gonNA. Be scrabble and I think once these dominoes continue to fall, or if they continue to fall as they likely might Ohio State Athletic Director Gene Smith said that he's in favor of playing ten conference games. But the big ten or Kevin, Warren also not optimistic. He went on the big ten network last night and said quote. This is not a fait accompli that we're going to have sports in the fall. We may not have sports in the fall. We may not have a college football season in the big ten. Seems like they're just getting used to the idea. I draw holdout. Yeah I don't know how they're going to pull it off. Yeah and it's. You know some people have been speculating about that as early as? The early weeks of the virus, but I think what they're trying to do is in case there's an opportunity to play. Be prepared to play. In hold out hope until the last possible minute. The ACC. As though there is a lot of of. Progress on a treatment. And one of them. Is this Rim desert here that we've been talking about? which is an antiviral drug which is already proving to be? Pretty effective and it's helping people not die in the hospital. Is it cuts? The rate in which the virus can replicate, you can get better before the virus overtakes you. They've developed now. and. Like a a nasal spray with that, which would be even more effective and they're. They haven't got it completely approve yet. It's getting close. My point is this if that happens? And they're able to mass. Produce it for some reason. The sprays easier to produce them than the pill form. I guess that would be something that knocks this down to a bad like people now call it a bad flu. That is such BS. This attacks more than your respiratory system. For some people it attacks their circulatory system tax their brain, their neurological like their nerve system. It is much more different. It is completely complex Valerie. I'm seeing more and more cases of people who are sick for months, and it's just one thing after the next and ice, I saw that story yesterday about people having long term neurological problems because of that. Yeah! This is not the flu, so if they can knock it down to be something like the flu, you might have football if that drug doesn't or another one comes along, so it's not that. There's no hope now that I think everybody is trying to wait until the last second before they. pull the you know safety on the you know well last resort and then. This doesn't work. We can't do a season and that's just getting up to the line waiting to see this, is it? We don't have we don't have treatment. We don't have vaccine. We can't do this. Little Hope. Probably Little Hope. As to the current status, quo could change, and if you have some time, things could change the ACC announcing yesterday that it is going to delay the start of competition for all fall sports except football until September. The I pit is supposed to host Miami of Ohio. On September, the fifth Randall you mentioned Notre Dame a second ago. their athletic director, Jack Swore Brick at did an interview with ESPN yesterday. His take on what's going on quote? It has grown more pessimistic over the last two weeks, but I'm not to a point to say we shouldn't continue to plan. For the potential to open on time. I just think it's less likely. We have to shift allocations a little bit a little more time on planning the alternatives and a little less time on planning routine. Go forward Notre Dame's already justed schedule. The Irish were supposed to play navy in Dublin Ireland on August twenty ninth. That game has been moved to Navy's marine. Navy Marine. Corps stadium but they don't have a date yet. The probably going to play it Labor Day if they play it or thereabouts, Labor Day weekend, pirates were trying to play an intra squad game yesterday pnc park. They got rained out. Talk about ominous. Ominous developments foreboding. They can't even practice against each other. Downpour so they didn't get to play newsworthy development of the day manager. Derek Shelton's asked about prospect key Brian Hayes yesterday much as it had gone day before with Kiani Keller. Shelton asked if Hayes was on the field yesterday. No, he was not as as been on the field that all since last Friday quote. He has not participated in any of the workouts so those are two guys. Brian Hayes and Cuny Cala who have not done anything. We have not been given a reason why that's the case Blake Central and right handed, pitcher and Socrates Brdo and outfielder consented to allow the pirates to announce that they had tested positive for the Corona Nineteen Virus Bucks Getting Ready for the upcoming sixty game season presumably and Schultz talked about that a lot. Since the pirates reported the PNC park including about how the way pitchers are used in this sixty games sprint might be different depending on the pitcher and particular game situation. Well I don't think you're going to be more hesitant because of the length just because of the fact that we've closely monitored what our guys have done I think one of the really good things that Oscar did throughout the time off. Was the fact that you know and I think we've talked about it numerous times. Times is going into twenty twenty one important too, so we're watching the endings. If they've thrown now. Of course, they're not the high-level high-intensity innings that they would have gotten in a regular major league game so I think that's going to be on an individual basis like I've said before I think you're. You're going to see leverage situations. Maybe happened a little earlier in the game, so you may see guys told because of that, but I think on an individual basis. You're going to see guys treat. Treat, whoever that pitcher is individually, so you can see some guys go to one ten. And you could see other another situations. Guys get to eighty and all of us in the leverage of the game changes, and we're seeing maybe a guy that fits normally in the eighth pitch in the sixth. Boy, letting the guy, let starting pitcher throw one hundred ten pitchers bringing in your best reliever the seventh inning if that's when the Games actually on the line, it's crazy. Talk Radio. They think it over there. Also said. He also said the old. Up might become a thing of the past at least four the sixty game campaign. Yeah I think you are going to see less of that I think you're gonNA. See more matchup situations. You know right from the get go where you're not. You're playing. The guys that you feel are going to attack that starting pitcher the that day. Can't afford reposited opportunity. Now get your sake. Take a day off. In I think what's going to be about, this is I think you could see guys managing like it's the playoffs or the pennant race. There's going to be more emphasis on the little things, and it's not just going to be thrown out there and see what happens because it's only made, and you got a hundred and twenty games left There's GonNa. Be Some intensity to this and I think every game is going to have ramifications in high stakes. High stakes feel to it and I think guys will manage accordingly Gregory Flocco did the zoom thing yesterday he was one of the pirates that that made himself available to the media via zoom after a disastrous season last year and shoulder surgery said he's healthy again and he thinks he can be a star this season, but that doesn't mean he's striving to be the quote unquote guy for the pirates. Nuts different just. Being what are? And you know. I'm not a person like Oh you know like I wanna be. The guy like is more like a team because that's why the cross team. That's why I got the main enough to be altogether and go file together. I'm here to to do my best every day in and I. Obviously Support My team and be there for for them to. Shelton's talking about plunk Oh last night in terms of what he might be capable of, and he thinks people are sleeping on him a little bit apparently. Shelton emphasize the plaza only twenty eight. he is That injuries which have limited what he's been able to do, and he didn't have. A whole lot of experience in the minor leagues before he came up in two thousand and fourteen Shelton said quote. I think he's poised to have a really big year. For what it's worth. Hey. I think they can pull off baseball I really do. Make, you can stay far enough from one another in that game that you can keep it from being that big of a deal. I think they're going to have to wear masks. I really do. Is cranfield downs. I honestly do. That's crazy. Talk on a pitcher throwing one hundred ten pitches. While they say it's airborne indoors now for sure like I think most people kind of suspected that which is why you're supposed to wear masks, but. Outdoor. You should be fine so I don't know if that means like well. If you're in a dome, you know. It's any more likely to spread, but we'll see spouse news. Thinking about I was thinking about that. If you did wear masks, then they wouldn't have to put their gloves in front of their face. When the pitcher and catcher talk on the Mount, they could just talk That's true. Good Point Bowel coming up there. While METALLICA is continuing with their philanthropic ways. We'll talk about that a little bit coming up and the new restrictions that went into effect early this morning in allegheny county. More hairband for you from vow when we return to espouse hairband Friday com? Oh? Yeah. A little hairband love this morning on the DVD morning show vows picking out some of her favorite hairband tunes. What do you got? Well I'm picking out some stuff that you don't hear a lot so I'm not playing any deaf leopard this morning. Had Enough DEF Leppard, and and my life Cinderella. Did you like? Oh Yeah. I mean jam, you know like there. I always thought they were pretty cool. Band. I hated the name. Why? I don't know it's just like a stupid name. I thought like it's not hard sounding name when you're dude. You want to be like I love I love Cinderella. I don't know if it was spelled with an ASS, baby or something. Yeah, boy! They really miss the boat on that one. Yeah. But you know music, great singer Songwriter. The drummer. From Cinderella when Kelly Keggi had heart surgery a couple years ago, the drummer from Cinderella toured with night ranger when they played here goals. l. e. from night ranger when he had surgery okay. So you're not everybody can just real off rattle off? Kelly Kagan know who that is value you know. Everybody has. All the members of night ranger. Tongue so all right their bona fides now. Firms remembered the other guy and Cinderella Jeff Labar the guitar player. It for you not even looking it up on Google. You got it all down. You're going to spend for us here. Spend her Ellis's. Shake me. First Video. I don't even know if I know this song this video where the two girls go down the hallway and they walk away with Jon. Bon Jovi at the end. No. I'm looking at the video right now and it appears that. I. Don't know it looks like every other video so far. Every other hairband. Around. Hair lot of chicks with hair that look like the dudes there in that is weird thing about the hairband movement bowel is that the chicks in the dudes looked exactly alike. Yeah, they shared, make up. I guess the bottom you could say that. Lot of hair lot of prancing around. Yet. The end of this video These chicks groupies at the front and yeah. One of them leaves with Jon Bon Jovi. Why? Jobe in this video. Well the the rue the the. I don't know I. Guess he discovered them maybe. Not Okay that makes sense. I highly recommend checking out the video to shake by Cinderella because of the fashion. The fashion is out of control. Tom Keefer. Jagger, looking. Yes Yeah Yeah. Actually A. Video! All right. Let's spend the tune I see a girl leaving with a guy at the end, and it looked like it might have been Jon Bon Jovi maybe. It's a totally totally. Oh No, it's for the video somebody, save me. That's the one that they leave with. John Mondovi at the end, okay. Here it is house next election on her hairband. Friday shaped me from Cinderella DB. There you go Cinderella. Shake me. TV vows plants. hairband tunes today I. Don't know if I remember that tune so much. It didn't even really sound familiar. It's it's bad ass. I like it. I know the big Cinderella hits. Which is what? I can't remember that there's like two huge it. Is a ballad power ballad. You've got till it's gone. Yeah, that's the one. I'm thinking of all right well. We'll let you spend some more later this morning, but a lot of guests coming up for you to. Greg Warren our buddy. It's GonNa. Give us a shout later this morning. His new comedy special where the field corn grows is out now on Amazon prime. We've got Buzi Collins on the show. Funk. Founding Father Buzi Collins from James Brown to P funk. And Delight. This dude is done at all seth. Rowbotham Chip Life Sports, talk and a little bit Nhl Hockey for you at the nine o'clock hour vows news coming up next what he got. Well we're GONNA talk a little bit about how the pandemic saved animals and also metallica continuing their philanthropic ways. We'll talk about what they're doing for people. And you know if you missed yesterday's show or any show yesterday shows great has vowed did. All, yacht. Yesterday, we did a lot yacht rock man. You can listen to the entire show. Start to finish at a iheartradio DOT COM by downloading the iheartradio APP. GOING TO DVD DOT com. It's be morning. Show podcast. It's available start to finish every single day anywhere you get podcast. You can find it actually. That's brought to you by Boorda's in Boorda's the DVD morning show Pittsburgh. Did. You know there's a hotdog season. I didn't know I didn't know either. Way. There's when you can harvest. You don't WanNa. Pull them off the tree until they're right. According to the national hot dog and Sausage Council. That's. Shovel Must be fun to work for them. Hotdogs Season Begins Memorial Day and Labor, day. Didn't know that at all. It's not love hotdogs. I'M NOT GONNA have a hot dog until Memorial Day. I'm I'll tell you that right now, hotdog! You can't take a nice young Gal out hotdog picking. Off Season they're not in bloom. Every September you take the kids to the hot dog patch. I'll get to pick out their own hotdog. Belvin and the DV morning show. Bobbing hotdog, not a national pastime Sean Collier. Going to give you. Some movie reviews coming up here in just a little bit vows got your news now. WHAT'S UP Valerie? Here's a channel. Eleven severe weather's Harbaugh and severe weather center eleven. Did. It storm bad at your house last night, low athletic. Downtown was much worse than what I got. I know downtown Pittsburgh. Power pretty good. Oh no kidding. It's yeah, we yeah. We lost power and poured here for a while so. Seventy five degrees now at DV modified restrictions go into effect today, hear in allegany county a new two week order went into effect this morning, still no indoor dining or alcohol, consumption inside bars, restaurants, or other establishments in allegany county. This is according to a press release from the county health. Department takeout still allowed delivery allowed. Outdoor dining is allowed, but occupancy limits are in place. If you eat out doors at a restaurant, you are allowed to have alcohol, but there's three drink maximum. Outdoor dining must end at eleven pm. You can still get takeout booze. Gatherings Limited to twenty five people indoors fifty people out doors. Religious gatherings are exempt from that rule, not sure why, but the rules just for allegany county and that's for the next two weeks. The religious thing sense I don't understand why that would be any different than anywhere else i. get the need to show now eater. I. Think God understands if you do it from home. And it's not like you can't at home. Just about every church I know of is offering online services like local churches and if they're not, there's probably some other church that you can watch. Restaurant! Over so bad through all of this I I just feel terrible. There have been some people who've been follow all the rules, and it seems like there are a few people who were like screw it. We're not enforcing masks and we don't care and. Everybody can have nice things. Yeah, right? After a four day delay Kennywood is opening for the season today. The park was supposed to have friends and family day Monday, but instead postponed due to restrictions on gatherings over twenty five people season pass holders in those who scheduled their visit for today can keep their plans. Saturday and Sunday are reserved for pass holders only. The State Attorney General's Office is ordering a Pittsburgh hardware store to repay customers who paid for face masks during the pandemic Josh Shapiro's office accused vote hardware on the south side of hiking prices on masks in late April. They have to repay about one thousand dollars total to anyone who files a consumer complaint form, and has their receipt from twenty second or twenty third the price gouging. Act States that an increase over twenty percent is considered to be price-gouging. The head of the World Health. Organizations as a pandemic is accelerating, as the number of worldwide cases has doubled in the past six weeks, the US leading that surge. Poses the nation set a record with nearly sixty three thousand new cases reported on Wednesday Florida Texas, Arizona and California are the current hotbeds officials in some states say they are running out of hospital beds, and again running out of personal protective equipment for frontline workers that happened right at the beginning of the pandemic Republican. Officials are considering considering moving their nominating convention next month to an outdoor venue in Jacksonville because of the spike their. covid nineteen hitting airport screeners, more people start to travel again more than a thousand TSA. Employees have tested positive and most security officers. Their Union in part blames on lack of social distancing TSA officers are required to wear masks, sometimes face shields and change their regularly. A new study, though is showing how beneficial though stay at home orders were during the pandemic researchers looked at the forty two states in Washington DC who all put in shelter in place orders in March and early April they found those directives possibly prevented up to three hundred seventy thousand corona virus deaths by the middle of May. That study concluded the stay at home orders were effective in reducing daily growth rates of deaths and hospitalizations from the illness. And a new report suggesting the pandemic has been a temporary relief for wildlife study from the University of California Davis, look at the decline in traffic came from stay at home, orders in California Idaho and main found the number of crashes, involving bigger mammals also went down in those three states, researchers think it could amount to as many as thirteen thousand fewer large mammals killed on roads. The study also concluded other states likely saw reduce collisions with wildlife and smaller animals benefited from less traffic to so. Now. We might be overrun by animals that. Were Killed in traffic accidents. And they can breed more disease well. It's good val because all of those animals can feed on our carcasses. Right yeah. The African American bird watcher, who is behind the viral video that showed a white woman threatening to call police in central park is reportedly not cooperating with the Manhattan d. a Christian Cooper says Amy Cooper. No relation has suffered enough. After she saw her reputation destroyed, and eventually lost her job, it was back in May when the man asked her simply deletion dog, and the Ramble, a section of the park popular with birdwatchers. That woman is now facing charges. I totally agree with that man that I mean that was smart on that Guy's part just kind of like. Look Pretty Great. Destroy. Yeah like don't need to add insult to injury. You don't need a parking ticket on top of your car being wrecked. SCRABBLE is removing racial and ethnic slurs from its official word. List for tournaments which I don't know if you're like me, but I was like what words do they have in their? The they're removing like. Why are they in there? In the first place? The North American scrabble Players Association, said it reads reached the decision after conducting a poll of its membership. CEO John Chu said the passionate responses told him they wanted the game to be more inclusive. It was not unanimous. However, Chu said some members threatened to leave the group. If one single word was removed games maker has brought has already announced. Those words should not be played in tournaments. I'm wondering. What were they slurs or just? Abbreviations, or because there are some words that I was using all the time I went out about a month long. scrabble run there and you know I I'd never used the medicines. I knew that they worked. Get a triple. They won't even give you the list though that's that's a little bit dubious. Statue of Milania trump in her home. Country of Slovenia is nothing more than a pile of ashes after locals torched it on the fourth of July, an American artists commissioned the wooden sculpture last year. Local artists use a chainsaw to sculpt the first lady wearing a blue dress. Similar to the one she wore for the president's inauguration. Culprits at the and Milania statue ablaze on Independence Day, and the charred aftermath has since been removed. Police are investigating. I think that is A. Sign of respect in their country though I think that's. Completely different. Yes. Actress Cameron Diaz is launching an organic Wine Company Diaz Entrepreneur Catherine. Power released two kinds of wind for their brand. Abilene was white wine. The other is Arosa. A said, struggling to find organic vegan wine. That's free of additives is what drove them to start working on Avalon in twenty eighteen? Finally, Metallica giving out another round of grants to organizations, doing corona virus relief work in the US, the all within my hands foundation, giving out two hundred ninety five thousand dollars to five organizations, four of them receive money from the foundation back in the spring, feeding America crew nation, the United States Bartenders Guild, foundation and direct relief they've all or they have also added musicares to the second wave of grants band. Thanks fans for their donations during metallica Mondays and say in a statement. We are truly overwhelmed by the generosity of fans and friends around the world as many continue to face unimaginable challenges in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. Forecast today. And Humid Day temperatures in the mid nineties might see. A thunderstorm was well at Seventy Three D. V.. Michael I've your sports coming up at the bottom of the hour and hopefully not a sign of things to come the big ten. Mike seems to be indicating. It's less and less likely we're going to see college football resemble anything like it's looked like in the past. Yeah they're down to conference games only and at least a couple of high profile conference members aren't guaranteeing that. This is the end of the cancellations non-conference portion of big ten schedules. Well and I don't know if at any time ever in the meaning of big time donors board of directors. What have you at Notre Dame that anybody ever raised their hand, said Hey, guys. It's cool that we're independent. But what if there's a pandemic and everyone went? Oh, shut up, Charlie like. They are now twisting in the wind. Right I mean they're? They're gonNA. Have a tough time if they can't find a schedule of tapes now I'm sure there's going to be plenty out there. Who will take the money? A Plane Notre Dame, but. Might not find themselves a lot of high profile. Matchups if the big ten is not allow them play. I think the bigger issue for Notre. Dame is going to be if other conferences follow suit and do what the big ten did and play conference games. Only Notre Dame's actually lucky this year. The Irish are only or were only gonNA play Wisconsin from the big ten so right now it's all really about yeah, usually they play Michigan Michigan state purdue. Yeah, you know two or three big ten games at least only one this year, but what if the ACC does the same thing and so forth? How many times you play, army and navy. I guess we'll find out. And so I thought I read. The ACC was leaning that way. It woke. Up at a lot of them are leaning that way I mean. The big ten wanted sufficiently, said conference games only, but I think that doors now been opened and I think conferences are are going to go through it. You know somebody had to be I nobody wanted I. But now that somebody has become the first one to do it. Okay, that's the way to go and then okay. Yeah it's going to be difficult if if everybody else follow suit all right. We'll talk more about that at the bottom of the hour. Sean Collier joining us right now. With a few reviews Sean Good Morning. How are you? Doing all right, how are you? Hanging in there body. What did you watch this week? Well I I never thought we'd get to this point, but I think that we as a nation are not being fair to Tom Hanks. Also, you may, you may while you may have heard last week. The Tom Hanks America's dad is a little disappointed in us because there are still people not wearing masks, which you know, your decision on that matter should not necessarily come down to. I wasn't GonNa, but forrest gump told me to. What if that's it or takes fine every time you walk into, get go without a mask. You make what he the cowboy from Toy story cry. How's that? Yes, there you go! But beyond that he put a lot into this new movie greyhound, which to clarify right up front has nothing to do with either dog, racing or low cost bus travel. That is not what it's about. Does it have to do with a drink and that is what's a greyhound isn't a gin and in orange juice or something like that. I don't know a greyhound. I know the Godfather. The Godfather. The Godfather isn't the Godfather. Vodka and I WANNA. Say like Amaretto. Vodka and grapefruit juices, a greyhound or GIN in grapefruit juice. Grapefruit seems to be the common denominator there. We should really know all of this I. Know We've had nothing to do, but combined simple ingredients our homes. On! Greyhound is a World War Two movie. Tom Hanks plays the captain of a naval destroyer that is leading a convoy of ships from the US to England. The movie takes place over a period of days where they're deepen the Atlantic without allied air cover, and they're under attack by the U boats. It's a very tense movie. It's a very visually impressive movie. It's the kind of thing that normally you would wanna see like on a big screen, so it's kind of a shame that it is coming out today on Apple TV plus the one streaming service. We all already forgot about. even in the president this movie. Even doing this press Tom Hanks, who also wrote the screenplay? He wrote the screenplay for Greyhound. His said he's disappointed that it went to apple. Because it's a very impressive looking thing, it's less impressive if you're watching it on your IPAD, and it is pretty good other than that it's it's very much an action kind of a movie. Almost all of the dialogue is like Navy jargon that will put some people off, but it's tight. It's quick to well under ninety minutes, Tom Hanks's great in it. I think it would have. have been a popular kind of sleeper. Summer hit as such I. Don't know how many people are going to find it I think if you have an iphone, you already get the apple service and it's cheap to get a month of Apple TV plus anyway, which is worth it? If you just watch this and the Beastie boys documentary from a few months ago, if nothing else, watch it because Tom Hanks is having a rough couple of months watching this movie is like giving Tom Hanks a hug. Go Give Tom Hanks Hug. That's worth it right there. So what? What's the old guard all about? The speaking of stars probably did not realize they were making a movie for streaming. The Old Guard is an action movie with Charlie's Iran. It's a based on the graphic novel about a team of immortal soldiers who fight as good guy mercenaries throughout history and I like this one, too. It's different than a lot of the comic book adaptations. It's more personal. It spends a lot of time with its characters, and as a great cast. Charlie's is great. She's paired with a young actress named Kiki Lane. Who was one of the leads in if? If beale street could talk. She's great. They're great together. The only real problem is that it's it's clearly designed to set up a big franchise. I don't know if that's going to happen. It's good, but it's not so impressive that you know i. need to know more especially coming out as Netflix movie I'm sure a lot of people are going to see it on Netflix this weekend, but not nearly as many as those that use Netflix's to watch like the game show. The floor is lava. By the way have you seen? The floor is lava. I have not I. Don't WanNa like it. It's Oh that's entertainment I can watch. People overestimate how good they are at jumping, and then smack their dumb faces off of stuff all day. That's show. All right now. Reconsider Yeah, but the old guard is definitely worth a watch this weekend I. Just don't think you're getting. You know the next iron man, and finally the best of the bunch. This weekend is a horror movie. It's called the Beach House about a couple hiding out at their dads. Seaside cottage and something strange comes out of the ocean. I liked it because I like you know weird. Little horror movies with a small scale in a small cast I also liked it because it serves us a good reminder that we need. The ocean is terrifying and gross. People are rushing back to the beaches. The beaches in a normal year. The ocean is full of gooky monsters. That might kill you. That's how I feel. I it's an understandable viewpoint, no doubt about it all right so to recap breach House very good horror movie. Not No. Real big name actors in it and a lot of times. That's how they're the best. It's easier to suspend this belief if you haven't seen these actors in anything else second. The old guard. Charlie's Y- probably not going to get it done. It is on Netflix and it'll seem like you're watching a real important big movie. This is me. This is me summarizing your Your reviews It'll probably seem like this impressive movie, but not ultimately all that entertaining right like a just a a meal. That's full of calories, but not all that nutritious. A lot of that's a lot of the NETFLIX's stuff. Yeah, you can watch this and it'll fill is in your brain. Then you'll move onto something else. They've captured that market absolutely. And Greyhound, the one thing you said about it than interested me well under ninety minutes. Oh, the credits roll I. Think at eighty one. That's that's what I. Really liked about it. There's there's one scene of set up like where he flashbacks flashes back to talking with his fiance played by Elizabeth, Shue by the way good to see her I love her up other than that. The entire thing is over the course of a number of hours on. On the boat with no frills is just one problem to the next it's it's really you know fun to I. Mean Fun is fun is relative when we're getting bombed by U boats, but it's nice to see a movie that just moves from one thing to the next rapidly like that and you're in and out in less than an hour and a half. I'm looking for I want to watch that one. The navy aspect of it too That's something. My old man WanNa love. Don't want to check that out. The new Tom Hanks Sean Call. You're always a pleasure. Thanks, man, appreciate your time. Thank you have a week up. All Right? We'll see when we come back Mike. Scott, your sports in bad news for the big ten football. That's coming up when we return here on DVD DOT com. D. E. Sports. All right here's Mike. Pursue with your sports now on the DVD morning show Mike. What's the word? Sports are brought to you by Dohrmann appliance. If you were really looking forward to attending that, September The v Kent State at Penn State game up and Happy Valley is our colleague? Mark Mad might say I'm afraid I've got some bad news for you. At game is not going to be played the. Big Ten conference announcing yesterday that Conference Games, only for all of its fall sports including football. the big ten making that announcement yesterday, and citing the health safety and Wallace of our student, athletes, coaches, game, officials, and others associated with our sports, programs and campuses as remaining the conferences number one priority. That's what has. Led to this decision? The big ten, also trying to give itself some wiggle room in the event that. Football season starts in September, but then it has to stop in October for X. number of weeks they're trying to stay flexible and at least get a conference season in, but there's not a lot of optimism that all they have to do is eliminate non conference play, and then football can go on as We all have come to know it the big ten. Ten Conference Commissioner Kevin Warn was on the big ten network last night and said quote. This is not a fate accompli that we're going to have sports in the fall. We may not have sports in the fall. We may not have a college football season in the big ten. Then there was this from Ohio. State Athletic Director Gene Smith quote. I'm really concerned. I'm very concerned. In Our last conversation, whenever that was I was cautiously optimistic. I'm not even there now when you look at the behavior of our country, and you consider that in May. We were on a downward trajectory with our cases. He's talking about the corona virus. Now where if not the worst in the world one of the worst in the world of concern, we may not be able to play. So that's uplifting. All right first off. You know if we get like ninety five percent of people to wear masks a whole lot better chance that you'd see sports in the fall, and we're running out of the window for which to implement that. Plan, I don't think that's GONNA end up happening. The other thing is and I've said this many times on the show before, but I like reiterating eight because I think it gives people. A little bit of comfort is weird, and as cold comfort as it might be. We have always been bad at this. It is not a new thing is many things that are bad about this society tearing each other apart right now? Not. Wanting to conform to the strict standards necessary to combat pandemic is a centuries old problem. Societies have always had an issue with it. There are countries who are doing a great job, and and got more people on board, but even there there are people who will resist and not believe and think different than the scientists in the experts are telling them to, so it gives me a little bit of Weird Comfort to know like Oh okay. That isn't just a byproduct of the environment of today. We have always stunk at at battling a pandemic now that being said. We should have less of an excuse to do it now. Because more information is being shared amongst experts around the world. Everyone is battling this one together. So. Listen to the people who are experts at this and not your eighth grade. Gym Teacher! Summarize read this thing on. Read it and It said that this is all BS and you're gonNA swallow too much. Co Two, and then you know what happens. You become summarized the. The USA good at World War bad pandemics. Yeah but I'd like to look at it as a world war. You know that would be the way to look at it except that we're all fighting the same thing. Like you might see the same thing in terms of what the other major conferences do in the wake of the big ten's decision, stay tuned on that one. The ACC has delayed the start of competition for all sports except football until at least September, the I pit is supposed to host Miami of Ohio on September fifth. That's really going to disappoint Ben Rothlisberger if they don't play that game and Notre Dame was supposed to play Wisconsin. That's not gonNA. Happen Now because of the big ten's decision, but the Irish via athletic director. Jack Swore Brooke. Speaking to espn yesterday that the Irish. Confident in fact, quite the opposite swab quote, it has grown more pessimistic over the past two weeks, but I'm not to a point to say we shouldn't continue to plan. For the potential to open on time, I just think it's less likely. Notre Dame by the way is going to be in a hell of a fix if All the other power conferences even the small conferences. Smaller conferences decide to go. Conference only Your F.. Independence, our liberty Byu Army Notre. Dame New Mexico state and you mass. So everybody else would send. A conference decides to play in the conference. Get to see Notre, dame, against armies Byu, Liberty New Mexico state and you match right. I don't know if we can have America if we don't have Notre Dame football. Yeah we can. It's these are also temporary. It's not forever. You might not have it right now. But I'm hopeful that things will turn around I'm hopeful that a treatment pops up in the next month. That knocks this down into something. That's a lot more manageable until there's not and then when there's not then I'll deal with it, because all I guy right now is the hope until we get right up to the edge of having to make the decision, it's the same major league baseball. It's the same thing for hockey, and it's the same thing for the NFL when I see this happening in college football. It makes you wonder. What's the difference between college football in the NFL while the college. Okay, the you know thousands upon thousands of students, also convening there and the possibility of the disease. Of the virus spreading and doing much more harm and the likelihood of it. Filtering into the athletic program is greater now with all of. The. Measures that Major League Baseball has taken. To try and stop the virus from getting in there, and infiltrating the bubbles and stuff, they're having trouble. NBA's having some issues. It's still gonNA get through once in a while, and you have to be able to create an environment. Where you can contain quickly, I'm not sure. College allows for that professional football might. Might College definitely does not that's. That's problematic. Is College football, not being able to go does not mean professional football won't. Correct I would agree with you on that. Yeah, hockey is poised to Crank it up again as well a face three looming still haven't had. Official Verification Bob Mackenzie of tsn DOT CA. says. The vote is ongoing. We might know something as early as tonight in terms of the ratification of hockey's plan Training Camp could open Monday the penguins coaches are ready for it per the Headman Mike Sullivan He and his staff were not involved in face to. They weren't participants. But, that doesn't mean they haven't been invested all along. We. We've done a lot as a coaching staff. We've been preparing for this for quite some time. Now we we tried to think through all the potential scenarios and try to prepare for each one of them, and as we've gotten more detail in direction and clarity from the League We've gone back as a staff and and and try to Try to just add more detail to our planning process so You know we we've been. We've. We've been very involved in in the planning of the informal state processing face to even though we have limited participation in it We've spent a Lotta time on on this training camp that that we're about to embark on and in prioritize. You know what our objectives are, and how we're going to go about that process, so we. We've been preparing all along here. We you know as a coaching staff. We have two to three webex. Every week you know, we've stayed engaged as a coaching staff and and I feel really good about where we're at so You know th. This is an I think. Our Roller MS process this training camp coming up. It's going to be. Critically important to given our team an opportunity to compete and have success, and and we're trying to do everything within our power to make sure we're ready to that. Sullivan from about a week ago, he did Zoom with the media and I could tell he was fired up and ready to go, because almost all of his answers were longer than a minute in length when he gets on a roll and really briggs that you can tell, he's fired up about something Of course, the viruses are on the rise, and it appears to be heading in the wrong direction, but Mike Sullivan said that even though nobody knows how long NHL is going to be able to continue, assuming it's able to move into face three. He's concerned about today and not tomorrow. Well we had discussions with our players on you know just exercising common sense and keeping circles, tight and and making sure that you know you wearing masks in the appropriate places and you know you're not exposing yourself to unnecessary risk and just utilizing commonsense and. It's It's to everyone's. Benefit, whether it be our players or the public in general, so you know we've had those discussions with our players I think our medical staff which is led by Dr vs has done a terrific job at providing fax and information to all of us to try to guide us through this through this time of uncertainty in although we're GONNA, we're all trying to We're all trying to navigate through this treatise, uncertain time, and and and it we're fortunate to have the people that we have associated with our organization that that can guide us and help us in the in the circumstance. Just take it day by day and do the right thing, and we may get on the other side of this thing yet. ESPN reporting. It has. Gained access to the NFL's protocols for potential. Startup of training camps and the regular season and one of the things that the NFL has banned in reaction to the krona. Virus is the postgame exchanging of jerseys among players. Believe it or not. you know I know that that seems silly. Given that they're going to be knocking each other's brains out. But not. Very much though. It helps to create an atmosphere of zero unnecessary risks so that they think twice, and it all seems like really give me a break. I'm not saying it's not annoying but I understand why they're doing all that man they wanted to. They want to have the. Perception in the air of caution prevail. Well I. Guess That's one theory. I think some of this. You guys were talking about the religious exception a little while ago. That makes no sense. I think some people. Are are grasping at straws and reaction to this. and. They're doing something. I don't know why they're doing it, but they're just. They're grasping and. I'd like to see a little more thinking through the whole thing I guess is what I'm trying to go with this. If you'RE GONNA play. Not Allowing them to exchange jerseys is annoying, but it doesn't affect the game in any way shape or form the amount of things that they're telling them. They can't do in baseball. There's more egregious things in baseball than there are in football so far in terms of like. Nonsensical. Why can't you do that? Like the? The? Fifty people maximum in and outdoor gathering would if they would've called a church service with a baseball. Very religious experience for some people so come. And Watch the pirates beat the snot out of the brewers. They beat the snot out of the birth. A, our buddy, Gregg! She's a brand new comedy special It is airing on Amazon prime streaming now we're. GonNa Talk to Greg when we come back here on. Our Buddy Gregg Warren with us right now. Here on the DVD morning show a brand new special on Amazon prime streaming where the field corn grows the One and only Greg Warren Greg I'm clapping for you all by myself buddy. Thanks Buddy. It's good to see you crazy man. I know it's great to see you too I now full disclosure. I just sent a greg. Old voicemail a buddy of mine during a drunken escapade. It was just it was just hilarious. A. Pizza delivery guy. Calling my girlfriend to say hey, I'm here with your pizza, but there's some guy in my car. Because my buddy thought it was his uber. I mean I it's one of those moments like and it was a couple years ago, so it was like. This newfound thing and you know it's a story we've talked about, but now there's audio proof to go with it. And I know you can appreciate how that's just like pure gold like to have the actual audio proof to go along with these stories all that guy I'll never live it down, but if you listen to a man like it's one of those things where you can hear four seconds. What's going on? And I'm like I, know exactly I can see what's happening I. Know Those guys I don't know that. I've got fifty of those guys. and I've been that guy and it just instantly, and there's like hardly any words spoken by him. Yeah, exactly who he is and. Yeah, it's Was it was beautiful. It's so fun. It's fun to listen to somebody a while. You're sober in their drunk moment, and like you said we have all been there and been that guy, but like. Isn't it funny? How uniform that Drunk Guy Archetype is that we all go? One of my buddies. That is yeah, and it's. It's never you know the. The person that plays you know the Hollywood. The guy that plays the drunk is usually it's it's not that always overplay right that guy. It's always like this just nothing effortless, indignant and awful bear impatient usually. Yeah Yeah. No, that's an. Malarkey come on, let's go yeah. Inpatient is a thing with my brother. My little brother, one time we went, we got real, drunk and twenties or something we went to. The Denny's where everybody goes to and we're We're waiting. You know there's a lot of people that are drunk. There and my brother at some point in the middle of the restaurant starts going. Hey. Poor, awful. Person working at their awful I worked at that. Denny's that we were at and I'm like I'm I'm a terrible person. Yeah I never thought about impatience is thing that drunk people have oh I mean if you've ever seen a drunk guy at a steelers game, who is waiting for? A. Have I went to one. Yeah, you got me tickets. I think when there let's go. The impatience of Drunkard, hilariously predictable, but I know, and then you just juxtaposed that with like people that are waiting in a Russian breadline. Eight hours for real consequence type stuff you know. This guy just wants his thirtieth. Well now yeah, people are waiting in corona virus testing lines for nine hours in their car. In one hundred degree, heat and Phoenix and I was in one where really? I've been tested a couple times now. Why Tested Multiple Times 'cause you in like? Did you symptomatic or I was in hot zone, so you got such a disaster that I? Don't I don't know whether I'm symptomatic for. You know leukemia or Virus. Now I can feel and I was I was in a couple of hot zones, so the first time I got. I went down to Mississippi. and. You know I was at my brother's. My brother has a place down there and I was staying with him and So I go to this place, and their Gimme the the go up knows with the swab. And then they go another four inches. You know and. And then I'm like okay. That wasn't great unpleasant there. Okay now we're going to do the other nostril I'm like we're watch what why don't we? have. Right side Corona, virus or something So the guy tells me he's like. He goes. Yeah. We're GONNA WE'RE GONNA get you. If you're positive, you'll hear in twenty four to forty eight hours and I'm just like I. Don't want to be positive. When obviously an and my brother, he's down. I'm basing Lewis Mississippi. Nobody down there take seriously. They have people at their house. Old People his in laws over there some around them and I just I'm just I'm just like just don't get a phone call from the Mississippi Area Code. And you're right so I leave my phone in my bedroom there and I go back I got three phone calls from the same Mississippi, area code and I mike now. This is bad and they just leave. A MESSAGE SAYS MR Warren. Please call us. And so I call the number back, and it goes right to voicemail, and it's like this is medical. Leave a message well. That was a place I got the test. So Mike, Obviously, I'm screwed here and I'm like I gotta go out and tell these people. I probably gave everybody krona virus. There's an old guy there. You know what I'm just going to get my stuff and leave without telling anybody. Coward's way out here and a and then I go outside. I'm like panicking and I see just just out of the corner. My I see my brother with like a stupid grin on his face back you. Son of a bitch. He pranked me man he got. He got got his buddy to call me in. Mississippi number and leaving a message, and then his buddy changed his outgoing voicemail. Do that is unbelievable Oh yeah, so I'm. I'm convinced I I, you know and then. They're all laughing at me. All these Mississippi hillbillies just like Yakking it up this guy. Yankee thinks he's got the imaginary disease the. This fake. We flew exactly yeah. And that was around all those yokels, and I did my buddy down there. One of my buddies from college has a bar right by my brother's House incidentally Oh. That's great. Yeah. He wanted me to show so I. Do a show and I'm like. Hey, dude, you know just I want to do the show, but just I don't WanNa. Promote like something irresponsible. He's like we'll do it outside. We'll keep people far away from each other. It's not a big deal now. They're all packed in. Shaken high five and I can't get away for their. Take a picture with me. I'm like. I go back to say Lewis and I'm like. I gotta ask you this. Your Buddy told you. Oh, don't worry about it. It'll be outside and he put people inside. We outside. It was tons of ripple though. There were packed in and I didn't realize they're all GONNA. Come up and want a high five. Yeah, I, I. I would have to literally turn around just spread like I'm not touching any of you so. Folks. We got the hug and greet with with gray going back as they did they. There's people don't want to have their kid aching. My kid get his picture taken with you. Kids. Did there's a pandemic man? So I go up to. I go home to Saint. Louis and I'M GONNA. Be Around my dad, so I gotta get tested again and I. Did that thing what you're talking about? I waited in line. There was like one hundred and fifty people in line and. And, they come out and they go. Hey, if you're here for the rapid test, which you get the results in Ryan minutes. If you're here for that, were out of them so hundred people take off. And I'm like I might as well stick it out. Nobody else is gonNA. have it so. I'm like you know. Let's just start. I wait in line are they sent me to my car two hours later I get in. I go in there and they're like well. What do you want you want which kind of test you want. I'm like while they said you're out of the rapid tests or like. Oh No, we're not out of the rapid. We just say that. Both fell I the both because they said the rapid actually is not that accurate, it's it can be a false negative, so gimme both of them, so they do the rapid which rapid they only go like a couple of inches up, and then they do the other one, and she does the big Swab, and I'm like. Are you going to do the other nostril? She's like no. We only do one nostril. Mike well the. Guy Two hundred Mississippi. Just, having fun, I don't know. Well we have a training program right now. This is this is our corona virus testing trainee for the day. He's got a swab the left nostril. I hope you don't mind. swampers. Inconsistencies in this testing is what I'm telling you Randall. Here's our we are. In, the richest country in the world, intriguing, the pandemic part of our a strategy to lower the wait time to get your test is to lie to people and say you're out of tests. Dash she's like well. We didn't really know how many we had, so we figured we'd better thin it out. I think you guys should have a better count on it really. Match if you had a business if you're here for hamburgers, were out of them. We're out of nobody he's got. Tell them we're out of and we don't WanNa. Make a mad man. We're not really out of it. We didn't WANNA. Make that many. So people that stayed. We have amber -GARS! Greg's special right now congratulations by the way this is getting rave reviews where the field cord grows on Amazon, and it's always nice to see I. Love Seeing all the comments from all over the country supporting you when you put out a special like this because it just you know it's just nice to see that. Are So well respected by all of these. You know outstanding comics across the country. There is a couple of terrible comics that. I wasn't impressed by. Auburn! Man, I don't WanNA sound like Saccharin any, but. there. Were you really realize that you know people commish? Get a bad rap for sniping at each other. Sometimes with man. It's like Oh. Man, these guys. They completely have your back like. Comics some that I know well some that I don't know well like that. was that was Kinda cool, but isn't that the funny familial sort of dynamic between comedians that like you fight with your brother and everything? But when something's important you're there, so is much. Bickering and Gossiping that might go on amongst comics when it gets down to brass tacks. They know how how how important it is to have that support and it was just I thought that was really cool that when it came out, it was like every time I open up twitter. Somebody else retweeting it. As guys. Kinda cool man. It's. So far it's to a pretty good start from from what I'm hearing to deal. Jeff Bezos give you call you know. Basil has not man. I'm hoping I mean yeah, the guy could just just peel off a little bit and help me out here. It's yeah. I, mean you know you get? I got a ton of really a lot a lot about farming, and I've gotten a lot of great Emails about from farmer, saying they like it messages. We'll stop going to get tested if you're not symptomatic. Don't go wasted test. You're fine now. Stay out of like you know. Dive bars in Mississippi and Juke joints that your that your buddies run. I've got a man. I'm going to clean it up. I did not I didn't do the right things for a while, Greg, his new special right now make sure you check it out on Amazon where the field corn grows also for those people who love the the part of the podcast there of crosswords, the crossword puzzle podcast. Yeah? Dot Spit that out to eloquently my apologies this well I. Don't think there's going to be a lot of people upset. For, the seventy that are avid, crossword. Puzzle. A honestly it's it's pretty. It's getting pretty good. It's my buddy. Brandon air very funny comic and it's it's mostly just jokes, but it is around us attempting to solve the New York Times crossword puzzle every week. All Right Greg Warren. We'll do. Don't be a stranger. Now that you stopped going to all the hot spots in the country make sure we get you on the show a little more often for crying man I. Miss You guys, please please tell everybody I said hi and. Soon as whenever this. Whenever things get back to semi normal. Um First order businesses get back to Pittsburgh Bam. So Greg Warren check about where the field corn grows. It's on Amazon streaming now. Thanks Buddy! Thanks Berg. SPANISH PORN-STAR NACHO Vidal. WHO likes to advertise? His aromatic candles shaped like male genitalia on twitter. Has Been Arrested on manslaughter charges. Following a man's death during a mystic ritual, in which he inhaled, psychedelic toad venom. Didn't know that was the thing I've known. It's a thing, but people used to lick toads to like trip high. Liquor Chon McDowell for sure as the toad right, I mean I'm fairly positive. All the people I know he would be the first one I would, bank. Has told looking experience. We used to like toads. Back in high school I saw molly hatchet on four to. Randy Bellman and the V. E. Morning Show. It's seven minutes after nine at DNA here is the channel eleven severe weather center, Harbaugh and Severe Weather Center Eleven. It seventy nine degrees at DV. The news is brought to us by window nation on Val Porter. A man is facing charges in Mount Lebanon after threatening to blow up a state office building. The suspect also said on social media. He was going to get gunned down by the police. The man's Mercedes was spotted on Washington road near Woodhaven drive in Mount Lebanon last night. He was taken into custody without incident. There were reportedly several weapons and items used to make improvised explosive devices found in his car. President Trump's former personal attorney Michael Cohen back in custody for violating the terms of his Kobe, related. Release Cohen was photographed dining out in Manhattan earlier this month. He was allowed to leave a federal prison in May. Because of concerns over the corona virus outbreak, he was supposed to serve out his sentence at home. Not Out gallivanting about so that's what got him in trouble. And the Justice Department calling for president trump's longtime ally. Roger Stone to go to prison next week. Stone is asking a judge to delay his reporting to a Georgia prison. Because of the pandemic, the DOJ argued the decision for stone to report on Tuesday is reasonable soon scheduled to serve three years in prison for attempting to cover up his efforts to reach out to wikileaks to help the trump campaign during the two thousand sixteen election. It's tough to argue. Both kids should go back to school and teachers should have to go back to school amidst a pandemic but Roger. Stone's shouldn't have to go to jail. Right. Tough to get that one through treasury secretary. Steven MNUCHIN supports taxpayers getting another corona Myra stimulus check. He told, CNBC yesterday he's working to get the measure passed by Congress Mnuchin also said the Treasury plans to review all paycheck protection loans to see if they meet the criteria for forgiveness and that anymore unemployment benefits would cap to be capped at one hundred percent or less of la La, salary. Well, you know that's a good idea for him to support that. Since it was revealed that his exclusive country club got millions of dollars in covert relief funds. Donna how deep looking into that! Investigation Yeah. They Assamese like how did that happen? Again he looks exactly like the Nazi. Whose face caught on fire in raiders of the lost Ark. Some state and local. Officials around the US are worried. The pandemic could create chaos on election day. Their concerns include not having money to equip polling places, so voters and poll workers feel safe and not having money to send voters forms to request absentee ballots. Others worry about not having money for machines to speed up at t ballots pandemic has crippled state and local budgets as tax revenue has tanked election officials are asking Congress to help it so far Democrats and Republicans don't agree on election funding for state and local governments. A talented Washington printing its own money to deal with a pandemic economic crisis, Tonino, a town of less than two thousand people located about sixty miles from Seattle is making twenty five dollar wooden bills superimposed superimposed on the image is the image of a bat with a Latin phrase meaning. We have it under control. Anyone with a documented loss of income, as a result of the pandemic is eligible for up to three hundred dollars a month of the local currency to use it local businesses on the town's main street. And it's GonNa. Be Hot and steamy this weekend. If you WANNA. Refreshing refreshing beverage, if you're looking for something new anheuser-busch rolling out a new fall flavor of Bush light. It's called Bush Light Apple. And it is hitting stores now in a thirty pack. So. It's at flavored beer or if it's hard CIDER, but. There's a new option for you. We'll value the apple queen from Franklin, so you should be the spokesperson for right now. Do I not have this on on tap already? This is should be your endorsement you should. You should be like the The frost missed froth in schlager of the apple beer. From the old days, the old. The Froth sloggers. A I, think it was was it reached? CORTEX radio show is somebody before him I am somebody like? From way back in the day it might have been like O'Brien and Gary. I don't know. It was like old school Pittsburgh radio thing that bled over into iron city, actually making the beer, and for people who had older brothers that collected beer cans, because that was the thing for a long time collecting beer cans and I'm still not sure why that was a thing, but it was and old frosting. Schlager I think is what it was called, Mike wasn't that it. Was it, but the collecting beer cans was cooled and you do that. There are all different he's. Dead but I don't know why we did I. Collected Zippo lighters to I had a million ZIPPO laters. CHOPPED ME! Take is a very young age. I had a ton of beer cans I used to pick them up off the street, which really made by parents proud. All frothing Slavs, not slasher robbing slosh and it had a rubenesque woman. In a bathing suit with a like a sash. She was miss old, frothing slash. That was the cover or the the the label on the CAN. I slow and. Surprises me. I do not I have no idea what you're talking about. California. Mom is showing women how to get pregnant at home with a few simple steps and I guess is if you don't have anybody to help you Dan. Each. Post this? This really reminds me of the stripper. Who taught us how to have a baby? SEMANTICS Warren. Of Newport beach posted a video on Tiktok advising hopeful. Mom's on a do it yourself. Moran says Wannabe Mom should make sure they have the necessary income. Find a sperm donor. Have it shipped to them? Wait for their ovulation cycle and use a sin syringe to. Base their Turkey I. Guess to to put it delicately more in recommends viewers than keep their legs elevated for thirty minutes and then. Really told us. That's right. She says you should then use a menstrual disc before taking a pregnancy test two weeks later. The video has eight million views. Medical experts those say at home insemination nations. which isn't that usually what you get anyway, can lead to risks and legal rights around it in the US are complicated at best. So I'm not sure how safe that would be just having some random donor. Send you their seed spry best to use the professionals have that done. Yeah I mean I wouldn't even trust that they gave you the rundown of the seed. You're getting and it was like you know Brad Pitt that you are actually getting Brad Pitt. Like. That's one of those things, and it's not like you could check. Now. No. You can't run it under a microscope and go man on this the what I ordered. We are in lockdown, but you know you did the need to go to those lengths right now to have a kid. I know I don't think you do, but you know it's. There's a youtube video for a how to for everything out there, Val. Yeah! The Rolling Stones have released a rare track from the seventies called Criss Cross. A video for the track is out now as part of a reissue for the stones, nineteen seventy-three album goats head soup, which is being released as a box set featuring rarities, outtakes alternative mixes, the reissue will also include a new stereo mix of the original album. Alive show from the goats head soup tour and three unreleased rolling stone stone songs from the Mid Seventies. The unreleased tracks include criss cross all the rage and Scarlett featuring guitar work from Jimmy page. The goats head soup box comes out September fourth. Love that out either favorites, big fan can't wait to hear the remix and all the outtakes and the the the cuts that didn't make it. I never understood how that one wasn't bigger I. Love that record. Eddie vedder of Pearl Jam taking part in an online campaign for AOL as research, and showed off his surfing and his batting skills, and he was challenged by his friend, Theo Epstein President of baseball operations for the cubs challenged him to do the trick shot for Snowy Challenge and donate to the AL S Fund set by the Calgary flames, flames. The team's assistant GM. Chris Snow was recently diagnosed with Al s actually last year in a series of videos posted on Pearl. Jam's Twitter Account Eddie, accepts, the challenge asks that his Band Mate Jeff. Do it next, and then he hits a baseball thrown to him while he's surfing. which is pretty impressive, and if you go on Pearl Jam's twitter account, you can see the video and Sean Casey also tweeting a critique of Eddie's effort so. It's pretty cool. It's pretty impressive it is. It's very impressive. Jerry Cantrell of Alice in chains, the subject of the latest episode of Gibson's Youtube series icons can check that video out in the morning show page, a D. Dot, com and finally Arrowsmith. Fiftieth Anniversary show at Fenway Park in their hometown of Boston was set to be September eighteenth of this year. It has been postponed to September fourteenth of next year. So I guess they'll be celebrating their fifty first anniversary. Forecast today. Day pretty much like yesterday. Hot Humid mid-nineties chance of a thunderstorm at seventy eight a D. V. E.. Southward off from trips. Sports joining us right now on the DVD morning. Show what's up, Seth, how are? Ruin Guide yourself. Hanging in there hanging in there, but really hopeful that we're going to get hockey and baseball back and you know college football is looking bleaker, but so far so good for hockey, and with the the phase, three and four being released and. the Date for them to report to the bubble already set. The bubble is intriguing to me for for hockey players I think they are more uniquely set up to deal with this unique circumstance of having debt play remotely than any other athlete, just by virtue of how they come up in the in their minor league system in juniors because they've they're always kind of sequestered when they're young and staying in strange places and seemingly cloistered together. From a young age, so it it seems like it might be a nate for hockey players. But what possible pitfalls do you see happening as a result of putting all these players in the same bubble in the same area while they're competing against each other? He's GonNa Create a very strange environment I mean you know it's GonNa be Weird as some of the details of the protocol. The the NHL NHL PA released. The the penguins for instance are going to get their own floor hotel and they'll be on floor fourteen. Right in the Philadelphia Flyers. Washington capitals could have four fifteen or sixteen. So it's it's GonNa. Be Strange particularly when you still have Kinda the qualifying round with you know the twelve teams in each city. You, have these teams all stacked up with one another? So it's GonNa be great, very almost artificial environment where yeah, yeah. These students are hate each other in their duke out the win the playoff series, but they are in the hotel bar or they are the hotel full so yeah I. Mean there's nothing new in the life of hockey. Players are Canadian hockey player to kind of go on these long road trips and Being, the hotel for the weekend will be the weekend. Here's going to be about two plus months. But. I, mean it's it's. It's a very strange environment. Put it mildly. Seth let's cut to the chase. What are the odds Tom? Wilson hit somebody over the head with a pool cue, and would that be a major or a double minor. I don't know if there's going to be pool halls in within the bubble of at least in Toronto is looking at the. Hotels district curiosity It's GONNA BE PRETTY high in Marriott's. That I believe you're gonna be imposing. The two hotels for the Toronto. Sign of you'll run into a pool halls. maybe A. Couple concierge break things Gasol Hotel lobby, but Not It's. It's GONNA be weird interested from from the standpoint. You have no fans there in the building and it's going to be very quiet. but you're talking to that. Some of the penguins last month or two and Mike Stahl than even a handful of times here a lot of things going to take maybe a shift or two. Maybe a period for these guys to Kinda, get locked in and realize we're playing hockey. We're GONNA. They're going to go as hard as they normally go. Even if they don't have eighteen thousand fans in the buildings, you know, scream their heads off so. You might see a little bit of awkwardness. Maybe the first shift first period, but the once they these guys can kind of locked in and they're going to go at it. Yeah I. Think One of the Toronto hotels the Royal York, at least according to Bob Mckenzie. I'm not sure if the players will be allowed to go across the street to that sausage guy that with the cart, neo umbrella. That is so popular there. They? They probably will adjust. Anything? Concerning about the potentially goofy times. Four o'clock game five something S. Not Really I mean I. It's actually pretty intriguing to me, right? I would think most hockey fans I mean. You'RE GONNA have? You know games I think staggered for like your noon. Foreign Eight, I think it was and that's in each locale so with the other one being evidence, so you're gonNA have started burt basically every two hours, and then someone's going to be like The instability basketball tournament in springtime were me. You could theoretically be watching. All Day long you know probably not being very productive in your job your life, but your hockey fans. It's it's going to be pretty intriguing I'm mainly concerned like you was the game like you've given starts noon and he goes five overtimes What does that do for other games rest today in your venue. Do you have to kind of put those aims off for the next day, but? I assume that's something that. They plan for and whatnot, but It's very just intriguing just on the surface in terms of what this might be for television viewer. Well speaking of the surface. How about playing three games on the same mice in the middle of the summertime? Yeah. That's going to be a huge practical challenging. It's probably you know. One of the many reasons, they opted handed off. The weather's not going to be as. Humid in August, TORONTO editon would be say. Pittsburgh Arizona Vegas what have you but I? It's A. It's certainly going to be a challenge that the agile has to Kinda Basin. I I guess the good thing is. This is the only thing going on these buildings. It's not like you know say what's Angeles working the? Normal timetable Los Angeles Lakers are also playing a. Alternating in said new massive square garden where. You have something going on there every other night. It seems like but. I I guess the One blessing. You know kind of sequestering everyone in quarantine everyone. Is that the thing going launch hockey? So That makes a little bit easier on the on the people that have made the ice, but yeah I mean three games one day in doing that for. Three or four weeks at the very least that's GonNa. Be a considerable challenge for other people have made any is about both venues. So. They haven't played since early March assuming they get through this actually awarded Stanley Cup. Is this a legitimate Stanley Cup right up there in equal to any other or is this? An award at the end of tournament that is done to try to ease the economic damage in provide some much-needed entertainment and normalcy in in a bad time. It's probably both I mean. This isn't the only time the show's has awarded a Stanley Cup under. You know unique circumstances and they've. They've given it out two seasons when Navy only played forty eight games during the regular season due to work stoppages. you know when the Patriots won? The Stanley Cup in Nineteen ninety-two. Does anyone really remember that there was a twelve day strike, but by the players a? Stanley Cup until June night. You're earlier members at so. This is very unique. Obviously This is very unique. History of our time, regardless of sports politics, Lagat but. I, it's going to be very strange seeing them win the Stanley Cup whoever? The the early days of October. I don't think I'd say five ten years going to sit there and say oh. The Penguins, the blues, the brewers are already there the the asterik champions or whatever but. It's very strange, but I don't think it makes it any less legitimate in terms of who would ultimately win the Stanley Cup. Jeff! Did you ever see the movie taps? I did, not know. All right, it's A. It's a movie about a Military Academy Tom Cruise Sean Penn.. I'd say that. That's right near the end of that movie. After that. The students have basically Just Said they're not leaving even though they wanted to close the school down as being funded and the the national. Guard comes in and they finally said Hey. We're done with. The standoff were coming in and we're going to get you guys. This is your last chance right now. Step across the line and you're going to be safe and there's GonNa be no punishment. And then nobody moves, and then finally one kid takes a step forward, and then another kid takes a step forward, and then they get emboldened by it, and then a whole bunch of them go cryan apparent since I. Thank God this is over I, didn't want really I. I got pressured into being here for a long time. The NHL is allowing players up to seventy two hours before the puck drops on the first game, the right to opt out. Penalty free. Do you anticipate? Anybody step across the line and then other people going. You know now that you mention it I don't feel so great about it either. Well I mean I. Don't know if they can get the equipment. George C. Scott the kind of pressure them in this, but. You might you might have a few guys. Come out of this just based on family, reasons and things like that media carry price I, I you know the Montreal who famously Oh kind of at the center of whether or not they should be doing a twelve team playoff or not, but he's been pretty open as far as being lukewarm. This whole idea is his family over British Columbia. He's been trading here in Montreal few weeks. He's going to be stuck in. TORONTO. WLI At least for three games I suppose but I mean. There's some people Edmundo vinick Minnesota wild. Another hunter he's been proven as far as being sequestered from his family I. Think a member. His family's health concerns that he's pretty open about two so Yeah, you might have a few players to step forwards. Hey, I got a family situation. Right I got a personal situation whatever it might be that step out, but. I would suspect the vast majority of the The players involved in this and I would say maybe ninety eight ninety nine percent of the are going to go through with this assuming nothing kind of bottoms out here the way we see maybe some other sports. Seth raw triple sports. Thanks so much for your time this morning. Man, we appreciate it. Anytime guys I appreciate the invite ticker. We'll see Mike Scott. Report when we come back here on the morning, show on for details. Sports. Mike pursue your sports right now. On the DVD morning. Show with going on. Let's pick it up this hour where we just left off with seth roar. Ball and keep the hockey talk going specifically. The Penguins and the impending opening a training camp which still waiting. On the official ratification of the NHL's. Protocol and planned for phase three, which is training camps, opening on Monday face four, which is the resumption of the season and the four year extension for the collective bargaining agreement The penguins are scheduled to play the. Montreal Canadians in best of five. Qualifying round series. Here's what the head coach. Mike Sullivan thinks about that match up. Well they're. They're really good team. You know they're fast. They've got a great counterattack game. They have good structure. They have solid goaltending Defensive Team and so we expect We expect the hard fought battle. It's GonNa be a scenario where we know we're going to have to fight for our scoring chances. We're going to have to have an element of patients associated with our game so that we don't force plays that aren't there and turned into a high risk team so We know it's going to be a hard-fought dial. Know there's a lot of parody in this lead to such a fine line between winning and losing. You know the difference between the you know. The top five teams in the middle of the pack teams is not that significant. That's just the reality of of the League in today's game. Every night there's a hard fought battle regardless who your opponent is, and and that's what we expect. We have a lot of respect for Montreal and the players that they have the coaching staff that they have This is a well coached group and we're going to have to be at our very best. You wouldn't expect him to say anything less in advance of a series, but. Acknowledging the parody that does exist in the NHL. He a point about that. If not for a swoon temporary swoon, right before. Play was paused by the NHL, the penguins could have easily been a top four qualifier and been playing in the round robin, instead of the I'll find round and Canadians if the season had played out to its conclusion might not have made the playoffs so. It's a pretty good match up for the penguins. Montreal did beat Pittsburgh four to one back on December the tenth, but that was then and a lot has happened since. I'm trying to remember December tenth. well. What what I can't tell you is is that? my guess. Is that on December tenth of Montreal played better than we did. And that's why they won We are going through the process as a coaching staff right now at at. Pretty shouting Montreal and looking at. Their most recent games, and and watching some of our games. That we played against them. you know as a coaching staff. We're always cautious to go back to far. In the season, because you know personnel, changes, and subtle subtleties to their their tactics change, and so we try to. We try to stay with with most recent, and and that's the process that we've gone through, but but what I can tell you is is that Montreal is a real good team their biggest strength in my opinion is they're. They're structure, their team, speed, counterattacking and and obviously. Obviously. There's a real good goaltending, so we know it's going to be hard for series. We're going to have to be prepared to be at our very best and and you know there are certain things that that will point out to our players tendencies that that Montreal may have and and so We'll make sure that our players are well prepared for what we're about to face in the series. But we've got a lot of respect for Montreal and how good their? Pirates tried to play intra. Squad game at PNC park yesterday spring, training, two point Oh continued, but rain had other ideas to intra squad game got washed out. Manager Derek Shelton last night in his daily Zoom session. Confirmed that the prospect Brian Hayes not on the field yesterday, and has not been on the field, a participating in a workout since Spring Training two point zero commenced a week ago today, Hayes falls into the same category as Ki Kiani Kella the presumed closer. Those guys have not yet worked out. No reason given the parts have announced a too positive test for the coronavirus. Right Hander Blake Cedar. Island and outfielder Socrates Brio big ten conference announced yesterday that it's going to go conference only for all of its false sports that includes football. The conference in a statement cited unprecedented times as the reason for making that decision, Penn state was supposed to play Kent State on September the fifth. Visit Virginia Tech on September the twelfth and host. San Jose state on September the nineteenth. Those games have been wiped from the schedule. The, big ten. If it play it all is going to go conference. Only work everything. Another reason that this move is being made according to the big ten the flexibility allows in the potential event that football starts, but has to stop for whatever reason in the fall I would anticipate other conferences. The following suit see if that happens in the next few days or next week, and here's the trickle down effect on that Randy. This is These figures obtained by USA Today Sports the mid American conference specifically central Michigan Bowling Green Ball, state, and northern. Illinois, those four schools each had to game scheduled against big ten teams. Bowling Green was going to make a combined. Combined two point two million for playing Ohio State and Illinois Central. Michigan was going to make two point one five million for playing Nebraska and northwestern. You take that Kinda payday out of the athletic budgets of a mid American conference, school and things are going to change that. Yeah Ball state just kept put another two million on Visa Card and move on like nothing happened Central Michigan is one of the schools that has already dropped. Sports Stanford announced this week that it was dropping eleven sports, no college basketball and no college football. Is Not something you can just work around. It changes the game. Well like I. Said says something happens in the next month or so to make it a whole lot easier for them to be able to pull this off. I would love to see college football. It is distinctly different from professional football in that they are. At a college! With with tens of thousands of other people. NFL doesn't have to yeah so the. NFL doesn't have to contend with that same Obstacle but I'm going to remain hopeful. Right up until they tell me in eight happened. You know. The other part of that is I think I could watch a pro football game. Let's say the steelers figure out. They can have twenty thousand people in there. You know something wall below capacity. I'm fine with that college and you need the Big Stadium. You need the band. You need the colored pageantry, don't you? I mean I'll still if they play empty stadiums, I'll still watch that too, but. Yeah well remotely be the same thing emotionally I mean he just something about that the colors and the music and All that all that stuff that we associate with college football. In a fight song out! Mike if you're starving, someone gives you a hot dog. You don't go. No, mustard. No thanks. You're getting crushed. But I won't enjoy it. As well not as much not as much well. Being satiated is more important than enjoying all of it at this point, so let's just hope we are Watching football in a couple of months. The baseball stuff seems to be going okay so far right? I mean there are some people who are coming down with Covid, but like not huge numbers right now a couple here a couple of their after an initial like you know, the initial testing revealed eight people at a time and stuff like that and hasn't been too bad as it. Context for it, but I was anticipating that would be positive tests. I'm going to be ridiculous. Assume there wouldn't be and I was assuming there would be some. Opt outs, but it seems like it's reasonable manageable representative so far. Okay when we come back from the break foul porter. Gets to hairband us into the weekend. We had a lot of guests today, so we weren't able to get as many hair bands on as we wanted to. Today yesterday. Value Dot rocked the whole morning. And today we were going hairband which we only basically got to do. In the six o'clock hour, so we'll do one more on the way out here. Quick break, we'll come dot com. To the morning show. Yesterday. In a bid to talk about anything, other than the current state of. We turned the show over to vows yacht rock expertise and she curated an entire morning. Of Yacht rock gems. Today. Response. She should do hairband Oh. Yeah, people love the rock stuff. L. Loved it. So today we were going to do hair bands, but we had so many guests. We didn't have a chance to really get to too many hair bands. We did a few of them in the six o'clock hour, so let's close with one today. Bow Gimme a good party role into the weekend hairband song. Hardy Song all right. How many? Something I don't WanNa valid to end the show on Friday now. All right so I was like wow. This is a better song from. That's a bad year that we have good hair. Kevin dubrow hair was terrible. You can't call them a hairband. But. Carlos Vase Oh had pretty good hair. Rudy says Oh had long hair. It was like coming like draping down, but they didn't ease it up. You know. All right well. How about some poison? This is a good song for the weekend to get us into the weekend. Perfect. All right poison. From vow, it's her hairband offering for you on DVD. The morning, show, poison nothing, but a good time that was the first single off of open up and say in one, thousand, nine, hundred, Eighty, eight, and my fa-, Bio, the besides for that are living for the minute and look, but you can't touch which are too great titles for hairband songs. which living for the minute? Yeah? Which is a? Philosophy that came back to bite a lot of right in the ass to be quite frankly. Did Not consider some of their lifestyle choices. At that time we're going to not pay dividends in the long run, but my favorite thing about this is the music video. For nothing but a good time. Is this restaurant employee washing dishes, and as boss comes in and tells them to turn off that rock and roll because that was the thing back then is that? Everyone in the eighties was convinced that parents hated rock and roll and I. Don't think they cared anymore, but we had to keep that Relationship Alive. It seemed yeah, if we didn't have that, Miss. It didn't seem as. Cool, so the manager tells that Damn Rock and roll and says you're being paid to wash dishes not to listen to that crap, and he says you move at two speeds slow and stop. Then the manager leaves and the dishwashers like screw this and he kicks open a door. That's next to the dishwashing basin, and it's a concert hall where poison as just tearing up the play. Just a big party does out and they rock out. A good time, and when the song is over, the manager returns discovering. Much to his surprise, all the dishes are washed. So, magically the power of enjoying a little rock and roll. Cleaned all the dishes. SPIC and span we'll get that. I do not remember that video at all. It's so stupid. Like why would you remember it's wire? And then get this guys. How many drugs do you have to do to think that was a good idea for video? And at the end? All of the dishes are clean. Yeah, that's awesome, clean dishes! F- yeah. High Fives Pant. added. We're all about clean dishes. Just watch it again or do you have this emblazoned in your memory? Nothing, but a good time in lots of clean cutlery. That's what we love. Sex, drugs and clean salad bowls. CC Deville had some of the best hair. Wary Guy. Absolutely, that's other guys. Had long hair, but his was really teased up. Special thanks to the legend Buzi Collins. Who is on the show earlier? He's got a new single out issue. Go check it out stars. We got leaked for you at D.. E. DOT COM benefiting music, musician, relief Covid nineteen really fun. And also thanks throw from TRIB. Live and thanks to. who else Oh great Warren who? was very off color today, and but he's got a hilarious. Streaming stand up special on Amazon right now where the field corn grows. It's not bleeped. Warning for you guys and then also. to Sean Collier for telling us about the new movies that are out I. Really Interested in that Tom Hanks movie. I think that's the pretty interesting Greyhound and it's only like eighty one minutes. He said, which is like half a movie these days, so that's perfect. Yeah and the old guard he said was okay. That's the Shirley's there on one on net flicks and the beach. House, with a bunch of no name actors. He was a great horror flick. So thanks Sean for that. Don't forget anything you missed on the show. You can catch with the DB morning show podcast with the iheartradio APP available DV. Dot Com or wherever you get your podcast. That's brought to you. I board US in Boorda's. Go? To go happy with Mike you're you're off next week. I am. Bill will be back. Mike will be off and Michele's coming up next with the electric launch. have a great weekend, everybody. I'm finished. You stay classy Pittsburgh. Don't touch your face.

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