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"coker" Discussed on Homo Sapiens

Homo Sapiens

02:45 min | 6 months ago

"coker" Discussed on Homo Sapiens

"A soft place to land. If they just had someone's arms to fall into, that everything would be okay. And it was until they died. But they didn't die alone. And I don't see, you know, Dan and I are old friends, and I've always pictured death as a drag queen with red hair and an old west like a bar made up on top of an upright piano and the old west movies. And in a bar. And you know, death and I were old friends. And she would come. And, you know, it just, I don't know if my imagination or if she was really there. I don't know. But, you know, it helped me. And I would tell my guys, you know, about death. And made it not as scary. And they did a study, didn't they have how long people lived after HIV developed into aids and they found that the boys who were with you or the men who were with you lived how much longer? Two years longer than the national average. And that's because of I loved them. That was the only thing they could think of is I loved them. They were loved, and they were cared for. And there was no paper gowns or gloves, we just loved each other. Isn't Ruth. Just wonderful. That's the end of part one, go back to the feed for part two. Do you hear that? It's the sound of TD ameritrade's education center, working smoothly behind the scenes to curate its own content. So you only get what's relevant to your investment goals and interests. That means no waste of time. Just information that matters. Head over to TD ameritrade dot com slash education to start learning. Member SIPC. Catus readers make reading glasses that don't suck, caddis is an anti anti aging brand here to help you own your age in a pair of handcrafted high quality readers. All catas readers feature handcrafted designs across a variety of styles, including sunglass and progressive readers that you can wear all day. Catas readers also feature infused blue light blocking technology along with anti smudge, anti scratch, and anti glare coatings. Save $10 on your order at Cadiz life dot com using code podcast ten that CAD DIS life dot com Kati's life dot com code podcast ten.

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"coker" Discussed on Homo Sapiens

Homo Sapiens

07:21 min | 6 months ago

"coker" Discussed on Homo Sapiens

"Apparently. So the roads just freeze, and then what happens is if the roads are snowy and then people will drive over it, it gets slippery and slippery. I am not a good driver at the best of times. I'm going to say that I should probably not go out and drive. So it's strict milk rationing in this house because I love my husband dearly. I love him to death. But boy does he blitz the milk on his cereal. It's like, hello, this other people who want the milk. Now then, it was world aids day yesterday, so we have got such a special episode for you. I am going to be chatting too. Real life angel is what I'm going to call her. Ruth coker Burks. She wrote a book called all the young men about her time caring for men dying of aids in Arkansas in America. At the beginning of the crisis. It is the most incredible story of compassion and love, which is so relevant today because I do feel like if we look at the news, how low on compassion we are running for members of the trans community, gender nonconforming community. The vitriol that they are getting right now that used to be directed at gay men, lesbians, and particularly people with aids and still people with aids, by the way. Basically to cut a long story short with Ruth she was living in our Kansas in America, not known for its liberalists, and she noticed a boy who was dying of aids in a hospital room where no one would even go into the room to go near him because they thought they could catch it. She defied them all she went in there she looked after that boy, she then buried him on her family's land, and went on to care for thousands of other men who were dying of aids, burying them on her family's land, said they could have the dignity of a burial when no one else in the world would give it to them. They were ostracized. They were treated like pariahs. They were abandoned by their families and all they had was Ruth. Ruth is the most amazing person. She's incredibly funny as well, so it's a really fun chat about an amazing person who did an incredible thing. She is an angel, and I'm not religious, by the way. Quite interesting because she is religious, although she sort of then talks about how she's not. So interesting how faith, but she certainly came up against the church a lot in what she was doing. It's very, very interesting. And we're going to have that chat in a moment, but first of all, are you caught up on your recent homo sapiens episodes last week we had a absolute superstar on the podcast where she Murphy, I just loved her and so many of you wrote in lovely messages Jen practiced with journal Instagram she wrote in saying how much she loves Rachel. So many of you just wrote, oh my God, I can't believe you've got her. She speaks to the LGBTQ+ community. She's very queer in her way, isn't she she's defiant and she's such a deep emotional side to her music that connects with LGBTQ+ people I find all the time. Very, very interesting. If you haven't catch up on Apple podcasts, also tell us what you thought of it. Hello, homo sapiens, podcast dot com or at homo sapiens. And Instagram also this is your weekly reminder to rate and review on Apple podcasts. And then if you review, you could win a T-shirt, the much coveted homo sapiens T-shirt, new design coming soon, keep trailing that probably should do something about it in real life. Me and Katie, Katie is one of the producers of homo sapiens. She has all the samples. So we're getting there. But you know, like all great creatives, it takes a while. God, I've got a lot of coffee mugs on my table. Look at that. Three of them. Three. All with slightly cold coffee and two very cool because the days old. I actually had a bit of a clearer in my office here and I found a bottle of water that had gone moldy. How does that even happen? What was in there? Now then. City desk. That's what my dad always used so many odds. So do you disk? I don't know what it means. That was my Tapping because it's time to look at some emails. We've had some lovely messages as always. Jasmine has been in touch, Jasmine is not Jasmine's real name, she says at the bottom. Hi, you lovely people. Thank you for helping me feel part of an amazing LGBT family. I am a by female and I feel so alone. When I listen to podcasts, I'm part of a wonderful community. Thank you darlings. Jasmine, that's really cute. And I got to say, you are part of the family, and I'm thrilled that this feels like home for you. Oh my God, by the way, such an exciting piece of news re Christmas special. I can't say anymore. But boy, if we got a good guest. Another email from someone called Chris, what a great name. Hello, it's been a while since I've written in, but two things really struck a chord recently good, tick tick, Chris. Do you think this is me writing to myself? Firstly, the interview with dino fetcher was great, although I now live abroad. I grew up in South Wales and I'm roughly the same age as dino. Quite a few of the thing few of the things he said resonated and when he said that he remembers not knowing what being gay meant but knowing he was ashamed of it felt like he was reading my mind from when I was a kid. It's a shame I can't go to London to see the play, but I have to make do with streaming the film. Great, great second option there, quiz. Secondly, the interview with your term ottolenghi is still available on the feed, was also really interesting. When he talked about PE lessons, I distinctly recalled exactly the same experience of being sent out to play football. Actually, the experience wasn't exactly the same because as this was South Wales, the weather was usually wet cold windy or all of the above. The same in southfields in London, I tell you, Chris, sometimes the teacher would give the whistle to a boy who couldn't participate for some reason and they would referee and we would only see the teacher when it was time to go back into change. That's so funny. I used to, yeah, they used to let me do things like refereeing. They actually used to let me bring a book to cricket. What does that tell you about their hopes for my sporting prowess? But yeah, I remember once we had this huge organized football match for the school year. I don't know why this happened, but it did. I went to know boys school, so everyone in a year decided they were going to play some big match against each other and I was always trying to stick myself in the center of things. So I said I would refer reeks of second play. Okay, I had not ever. I don't think I'd ever be much more than two seconds of football. So one I didn't know the rules, slight challenge. Do have you ever tried telling a boy that they're offside when perhaps they're not, or have you ever tried telling a man that they are in the wrong when they don't create everyone just kept shouting me down and going nuts at me. Every time I made a decision, a pretty ill informed decision, and then I did a terrible thing, which is I changed my mind on the pitch in front of them all, so then I backed down. It was an absolute cataclysm. I don't know how I got through the 90 minutes. Do you play for 90 minutes as a child without a profession? Anyway, hell on earth. So funny quit. I remember those sorts of things as well. Back to his email. Thank you for continuing to make the podcast. I look forward to listening to the new episodes each week on my commute. Chris, we aim to please..

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"coker" Discussed on Homo Sapiens

Homo Sapiens

08:08 min | 6 months ago

"coker" Discussed on Homo Sapiens

"We really solved murder cases because nobody else is doing it. Oxygen knows that in the world of true crime, some women uphold the law. We want to see justice done. Some women break the law. And others just snap. I was angry, I wanted to hurt him. Oxygen has the best criminal investigators. Nice. Taking on the toughest cases. Women are pretty badass detectives. And we're just getting started. Oxygen. We live and breathe, true crime. Welcome to part two of our chat with Ruth coker burns to mark world aids day. She is an incredible person. If you haven't heard part one, go get it in the feed. If not his butt to and with straight off we're talking about food. There's a lot of food going on. You did amazing things with food and as the crowd of people you're looking after grew bigger and bigger. You were suddenly having to cater for huge amounts of people, right? I was. And I was even dumpster diving. I mean, I never thought I'd be dumpster diving. But I thought, you know, I had seen what they put in the dumpsters. And the bread is all wrapped up and tied, you know, and the vegetables, a lot of them were in plastic or bags of potatoes. And cartons of milk and cottage cheese and butter and all these wonderful things to gain make them gain weight. And so I would go and make my run of the I'd take my daughter to school and I'd go check I had three dumpsters that I really liked and I knew what day they, you know, put things out. And after a while, they started leaving everything outside the dumpster. Could they knew you were coming? Yeah. Yeah. Wow. There were people who sort of silently helped you weren't there throughout this. And there was a doctor. I'd love you to tell me more about who kind of because words sort of got out. Locally that you were doing this, and people were not impressed. Because well, one thing that a lot of people said to you is that you were endangering other people because you were going near you know near people with aids and then you were going to spread it because no one knew where it was coming from at that point. We were actually at a funeral. And I realized that chip, I knew somebody was coming in and bathing chip and shaving him in the mornings and I didn't know who it was and he never said and I would mention like, wow, you look really good today and you shaved and he goes, yeah, I did. And I knew he didn't. Oh, so tell me who chip was again. Chip was my guy that he was, he was raised in this little tiny sawmill town. And if working at the sawmill was good enough for your daddy, it was good enough for you. And you didn't have to learn to read to work at the sawmill. But chip got out and he went to college and he made it to Washington D.C. as the president of the young Democrats. He was going places. He was good-looking. He was everything. And then he came home with aids. And he was buried in a cardboard casket, and if I had known they were going to bury his family did it. And if I had known his family rejected him, his mother said leave this town, I don't want you here. You know, when I sent you away the first time I didn't expect you to come back. Well, he didn't either trust me. And they just had a cloth covered cardboard casket and down and I carried his casket to his grave. So down started, he was a pediatrician in Pam. And there was always rumors about him being gay and a lot of the parents who wouldn't let their sons get their football physicals from him. He had a beautiful wife and 5 beautiful children, but he was seeing chip on the side. And I think they had been friends for a long time. And so he started doing my testing for me. So he's the one who came up to you at the funeral and said, I'll test people don't tell anyone. Bring them after hours. That was it. I would take the clinic would open at 9 o'clock at night for me to start bringing in people through the back door. And the Arkansas legislature because you know they're so smart, they made it against the law to do anonymous testing. But they didn't put a penalty on it. So we had this director of the aids program for the state health department under doctor Jocelyn elders and he was paying to keep his back then we called him lovers instead of husbands or companions or anything. To keep his lover at home to play house and cook for him and clean and plan these big parties. And he was spending aids money that we didn't have. On his boyfriend instead of buying AZT for the people it was meant to go to. I had a bunch of people come in and test, and I had like Ronald Reagan and Nancy Reagan and Minnie mouse and Mickey Mouse. And so he called me and he said, I don't want to see any more of these fake names come through here. I'd better see a real name in a real social security number. And I said, okay, Henry, whatever you want. So I got those same people to come back the next week. And I tested everybody and they were in on this whole thing. I knew what I was doing. So I tested them and I put down my name and social security number about 20 times. And Henry called one note, what the hell are you trying to do? I said, well, Henry, I didn't feel well last week. And I just felt a little virus. He said, I had better not say your name and social security number come through my office one more time. Okay, Henry. So the next week, I put Henry's name in social security down for everybody. And I said, how do you want to play this game, Henry? Because I think I'm winning. No matter what they threw at you, you just came up with a better plan and a way to get round it. I love it. Yeah. Then you started stockpiling medicine, didn't you? I did. And you would ask different patients for bits of AZ, which was the only one who doesn't know one of the first treatments for aids that was it was a very, very cracking a nut with the sledgehammers because all it did is it turned their fingernails black, but it gave them hope. And hope is all they needed. They just needed a little bit of hope because I knew that day after tomorrow, there'd be a vaccine or something would come out to cure this. And do you, when you see what's happened with COVID and I'm sure you've been asked this question a lot, but do you ever feel cross about COVID? And how it's been dealt with. Compared to oh yeah, I do. Yeah, I do. You know, people were running through people with COVID to take care of them. And they were putting on the mask. And they were putting on these big spacesuits. And they had things across their scars. And I admire the people that were doing it, and the nurses that were in doctors that were taking care of them, but where were they when aids was there? And 8 wasn't nearly as contagious as COVID. And you know they just couldn't get to the people fast enough or get enough of them in the hospital to take care of everybody. And there was.

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"coker" Discussed on Chasing Poker Greatness

Chasing Poker Greatness

05:17 min | 8 months ago

"coker" Discussed on Chasing Poker Greatness

"Sudden now having a lot of options where i could just get in the car and drive twenty five minutes and you know go get a session in And then come home at night. That really opened the doors to me playing a lot more poker and i started realizing that i just loved the live game way more than i love playing online and it kind of was mice. I look at that as like my second career of playing poker starting again. What was it about live poker that you loved compared to online. You know i. I think one thing that i'm really good at is being able to take a lot of pieces of information on even information that you're not able to necessarily quantify but to kind of allow that information to seep into my decision making process to kind of sway me one way or the other on on making decisions so i'm i think i'm fairly observant When i'm playing live coker and You know things that. I wouldn't necessarily pick up on playing playing online whereas someone's mannerisms how someone feels in the middle of a hands rights. The table talk on actually looking at a showdown from earlier on things like that. Pretty all of those pieces together. I think i'm more equipped to do that. In a live arena than i am online arena and then not to mention the last piece which has a one thing i struggle with the online world. I don't know how people play more than like four or five tables at any given time but just having the ability to take a couple of minced in decision as opposed to having to rapidly. Fire off decision after decision That was an area where i spent better with extra time. I think than than you know. I may have done so in the online space and i think the social interactions are pretty important into that. You meet a lot of interesting people playing live poker which is not something that happens online but yeah you're getting a lot of data points that you can't get while you're playing online that you're able to kind of use an integrate near strategy..

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"coker" Discussed on Too Many Podcasts!

Too Many Podcasts!

01:49 min | 9 months ago

"coker" Discussed on Too Many Podcasts!

"A very special thanks to jenna. Coker jones jenner. Thank you thank you to yell at everybody exclamation points and next week. We have another really good compensation with lady named sarah k ramsey and she has a podcast and book and to deal with dealing with toxic people. People drank poison. People who are toxic to you and really fascinating. Compensation really enjoyed speaking with her as well. Actually the ladies killing it this season. So i'm excited mortgage exclamation points if you want to listen to the show of course on your favorite podcast apps we're everywhere and you can listen on my website. Sherpa dot com or verbal dot com. Vu l. subscribe and monetize me. Well of course you promise of cost you click nicole. I promise you actually. I am kinda hungry talking nutrition. So mr bruce. What's show people the door and then we'll grandma which sir thanks a lot for jennifer coming by we will see you next on vivo. Sure pollution. Thanks for listening to podcasts. Please dispose you can go home now. Said you can go home now. Foolish know come back here..

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"coker" Discussed on Too Many Podcasts!

Too Many Podcasts!

05:15 min | 9 months ago

"coker" Discussed on Too Many Podcasts!

"Weinstein dry up. I don't i don't know and i really. I really like that at crime investigation. I guess the actor side of me. I just really has always intrigued to hear how people think that aren't like me. And so i just diving into someone else's brain or listening to what what has happened At the hands of one person always baffling to me. There's also one eddie. Any there was a crime that happened in like arkansas. Nine blanking on that title to it was so good. It's called up the hill and these two girls disappeared. And they still the case unsolved. But then that's sad to you get to the end of that and you're like still why because then you become like a podcast attack like i totally find out who it was on. Identity cosby one finding are becoming or finding cosby. Did you listen to that one. I've heard would i. Yeah that one see in chicago. All of the theater venues are really spread out. So you'll have like an hour in the car because the traffic and stuff so with a cast. If you're commuting together like in your car you'll you'll go through an entire series like this all just holding each other's hands and gasping. You know the nexium podcast was really good. I mean they're all of those true crime. You know stuff i'm dislike. Bring it okay so this is going to be your favorite five. We have of course shameless self promotion and this is where you let everybody know get in touch with you value or fit popham shameless promotion. A shameless with self promotion Oh my gosh viney. Jennifer jones that see. Okay are like coke. The drink coke or jones. Just getting but that's true. I am at the glowing. Fox dot com. You can also find me on instagram at the glowing fox life. Lots of fun recipes on their lots of fun workouts do g. lives every wednesday and sunday. Which superfund you can work out with me for ten minutes. Start sweating and Yeah i have tons of fun videos because of my acting side. So you're you're never know what you're going to get with me. I'm pretty cillian and kinda dumb most of the time but in a good way not like a dumb like smarts kind of way but in like a dumb. That was stupid. Funny dumb kind of way but i did you follow that. I did a see exclamation point. Also you'll get a ton of points for me. I love human beings. I love people. I love to see how they tick come coach with me. Your life can change in an instance if you put yourself first and you you practice self care and you have a good person like me and your corner for design your biggest cheerleader. And yeah and hey you even try to work out for free on my in my fitness studio so you can always shoot me an email at hello acts the glowing box dot com and also possibly in the fall with the fall. It see to saint louis playing mary dot jersey boys. If you're in saint louis holler at also jenna coker. Jones dot com is my acting site and my name. Genyk jones again is my instagram handle for all of my entertainment stuff. So yeah yeah. Oh yeah i wanted to podcasts. So stay tuned for that. Jim have you on. And i'll ask you. I'll ask you all of the health and health and wellness questions and see what happens. Do what i'll do is i'll speed read. You like like a hundred things and see how you..

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"coker" Discussed on Too Many Podcasts!

Too Many Podcasts!

08:03 min | 9 months ago

"coker" Discussed on Too Many Podcasts!

"This is an episode. I think you're really going to enjoy because of my guest today. Who's out guests today. Show pa an actress. Also nutrition website and helps people learn to eat better and we had a fascinating discussion. Her name is jenna. Coker jones and i noticed where i found her information. Someone referred to her as passionate firecracker. And i kinda got that. Once we were well into our interview we have a lot of fun just corresponding and just a super nice person and when we got to talk on the little zoom interwebs even more fun you can see. She was very lively and just so much fun and yoshi she might even do podcast one of these days and i said you could do a great one if you doing. You heard it here. That's a sherpa prediction. What am i wrong. A lot of times actually. But that's the point. I think i would be right on this wet. And so let's have a listen to my interview with coker jones. Hello there reveals. We are here in the nutrition room of the sherpur. Shah and my guest is a certified holistic health coach. I have to make sure that. I got that right. And she is also a certified personal and group trainer. But that's not all folks. She is an actress. Whose dulcet tones can be heard on the soundtrack of i love this evil dead the musical yes and she was also a law and order. We have to talk about this. Do so why are they talking about all sorts of stuff with my guest. Her name is jenna coker jones. We have been corresponding through emails and everything agreeing as an exclamation point. So i have to say the show off says yes. I'm an exclamation girl. I love it. Yes does have to go back and re edit it. Because i'm like it's come yelling but i'm not using caps so it's amazing. Caps fees capsule the exclamation than it would be screaming. It's just like a gentle yell like. Hey that's just like you're on the right podcast. Because we we've got an exclamation point and the title see so we begin to yell. It is perfectly acceptable. Yes yes it's not aggressive. It's literally passion just coming through the sound waves. that's right. it's the interview telling you earlier. I was reading up on your bio and you in my other guests born performer. You were a baton tomorrow when you were a little kid on my gosh. That's my secret. Postle reveal yes. And yes. I mean i. My mom said that. I came out of the woman i lift as i lifted. My head is. She said which i don't know if actually possible for a newborn to do kind of her own you and we're doing this. So from a very young age. I was always wanting to entertain more so than anything is just make people laugh. I am silly. i'm crazy. It's hard for me to take things seriously. And i bring that to every area of my life. It's a blessing curse so so. Yeah yeah i've always performed yes. By the time. I was eleven i was international champion baton twirler when i would count my trophies when i was little because that was like such a badge of honor and i had over like three hundred fifty trophies like crazy and i wasn't. I wasn't the best but i was pretty good. And it's the show twirl in quotes that got me on the map. Because that was the acting one so not only was i- twirling baton twirling hoops. I was ridden dancing for you. I was living my life. And i was acting. So yeah so that that's it. That's that's really the culmination my life right there at eleven. And you thought your teeth. Oh my gosh yeah. I knocked my teeth my when i was working on my my one spin. Which is when you throw it up and you look up and you turn and you grab it and you catch. After turning one time. That was a beginner. Move so don't get it twisted. That was my you know that was my advanced move there. I was five doing a one spence. No we don't want to downplay. The town's told plays a play by talent lease then. He fell in love with theater. I gosh yeah. I actually i went to. I traveled with my dad a lot because he would work on location as an engineer with military. So we end up in places like new groton connecticut. And i'm from virginia. So norfolk virginia is one of the biggest naval bases in the world so when he would travel during the summer like i spent one summer in pearl harbor in hawaii. You know so. That was awesome. By the way and what's funny is a ended up marrying a guy from a wa which is really fun yes with what are the odds anyway so it. We were spent the summer in new groton connecticut. And so i'm an only child. So i kind of partied with adults my whole life so i think i was about ten and we would always do late night karaoke when my dad would get off from the shipyard so him all of his crew all of his buddies would come over. I'm the only kid in the bar. And i would sing karaoke and that was when i kinda got bitten by the. Oh my gosh. I really loved to sing and be in front of an audience. Some you'll be up till two in the morning at a diner across the street at like ten. And i'm like i live in my life and then the this is a large run on but i haven't really talked about this with anyone so jim. Oh my gosh. So the host of that show was his name was david and of course i'm ten and i desperately fall in love with david because he has a dreamy voice and he is amazing and so he was like. Have you ever been to new york city and at that point i was like no. I haven't so. He took my mom and i on a train from new groton connecticut. Down to the city i saw my first broadway show. I stood in times square. And i looked up and i was like i am going to. Oh you like that. Was it for me. I was like this is everything and then he took us to another play of new england. And that was it. I remember just getting like i have to do this. And from that point on it was over it was over. I was like this. Is my life sign up. I was reading books on the business of acting at eleven. And i couldn't understand why they kept talking about a resume. I was like mom. I get all of this other stuff but like what is this like. I've never heard of this thing. Resume resume your pursuits resumes. Eli pursued so it was over at that point. Yeah it was. It was the first play that you ever did. The first clear that every day was the sound of music. I played marta. An so i was one of the kids. And yeah that was epic and yeah. That was my first play. And yeah and actually. My daughter is now an actor by her own choice. My husband and i both actors. She actually woke up in two thousand nineteen. She looked at me and she was like. It's my turn. Will you please call great talent group until the my ready. That's our agency here in chicago. And i was only you can call so. She called. i made her do the whole thing. She auditioned she was six. And she selena. She is saying it. And there's actually a theater here doing solid music coming up and i'm like oh my gosh. That would be crazy if that's also her first clay so we shall see three of you ever worked together. We have not all work together officially. But we've worked together separately. Like her. And i shot a national walgreens commercial in the middle of the pandemic from her bedroom which was exciting. They sent us a huge camera and cameraman and all the things and then her and her dad have actually done to commercials in the last two weeks but she actually just shot. A showtime show called work in progress which is really exciting. So yeah we're all just making it happen. We want to do a show together so bad. So we'll say putting it out there and what's the best advice that you've probably giving your daughter if he wants to get into this. Wow it's a lot of work you know. A lot of people think especially kids. They see these disney stars on tv. And they're like that's so cool. I want to do that. And then they get on set.

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"coker" Discussed on LAN Parties: A Video Gaming and Esports Podcast

LAN Parties: A Video Gaming and Esports Podcast

05:30 min | 10 months ago

"coker" Discussed on LAN Parties: A Video Gaming and Esports Podcast

"And then i have to say one of my one of my favorite soundtracks of film wise I'd have to say probably inception inception. I love hans. zimmer zimmerman E- absolutely absolutely stellar. Work that he does. I'd have to say that. And i would say the leftovers Hbo is an hbo series. And i think that was hans. Zimmer minutes well that the that the leftovers but i'd have to look it up. Yes he doesn't do much. Tv so my right one. Yeah i'll have to look at. But yeah i love i love. I love what he does. What were some of your favorite gaming soundtracks. So the the first santa got my attention. Is the original file. Seven pretty pretty safe. Choice actually haven't played remake Because i kind of don't want to is. It's like i think i'm just gonna wait until remakes done by two and three and four so i can only one go And it will it be. It's finding seven is one of my most sacred sacred childhood memories. I am not sure. I can get pasta. The voice acting. Which i don't think it's for everyone because i have my own idea of what the liz voices sound like eight. But i think the people who knew to find seven. It's probably like the best thing. I've so find original soundtrack For more recent is and it's this isn't really a soundtrack. You would listen to outside of the game but i choose because of how effective was this. Game is my game with lost decade Because of how emotional it was. And how deeply and profoundly affected me like when i reached the end credits this game. I was literally frozen in my chair. like ten minutes with my mouth floor. You'll like so curious about what. I'm going to say right now And that game is held blade. Sinuous all Right so that that whole game and if you haven't played it. I strongly encourage you to play. 'cause you can probably finish it in a weekend. It's it's probably going to take most place between six to nine house to play probably not much more And honestly probably pick it. You can probably find it almost nothing now And that whole game most of the music is fairly ambient but like it's so fitting the environment but like it also matches the gameplay absolutely perfectly especially the.

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"coker" Discussed on Charlotte Readers Podcast

Charlotte Readers Podcast

03:38 min | 10 months ago

"coker" Discussed on Charlotte Readers Podcast

"It's a great way to get get education for your lifelong learner. Like but enough with this pro bowl. Let's meet today's often alley. Walk into the show. Thank you pleasure to be here. Congratulations thank you thank you. That's nice praise Alley coker syrian searching last. Sort as a polyphonic wonder acquire of soaring and extinct said extinguished anguish. Voices not extinguished but angry voices had to look up. Polyphonic producing many sounds many voices Where where did your brain meet this choir voices. That's a question. And actually i did have a one other reviewer who former professor mind who While she enjoyed the book said she wasn't convinced that it's a novella but more of a greek chorus. So i think that that is a strong takeaway for a lot of the readers in it Nobel alleged seemed to be the best term to call it at the time but So yeah i get a lot of questions about the structure of it and it wasn't. It wasn't what's not intentional so to me there are stories that demand to be told a certain I have a friend who wrote his novel. And it's it's much longer than mine. And he shifted perspectives between Narrators as well as timeframes by about fifty years apart of several times. And i asked him. What made you do that at work. So what made you do that..

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Biden's First 100 Days: Where He Stands on Key Promises

NBC Nightly News

02:00 min | 1 year ago

Biden's First 100 Days: Where He Stands on Key Promises

"Tonight. We're bringing you the first in a week. Long series of nbc reports examining president. Biden's first one hundred days in office our new. Nbc news poll shows how americans think he's handling key issues like the pandemic the economy and immigration. Kelly o'donnell has more of first report card for the president art first one hundred days in office in a new. Nbc news poll. His approval rating stands at fifty three percent while thirty nine percent disapprove placing president biden of donald trump. But behind barack obama same one hundred day point of republicans surveyed just nine percent approve of the president's job performance confronting the pandemic. Mr biden stewardship earns a sixty nine percent approval with a majority of americans at sixty-one percent. Saying they believe the worst is behind us including tennessee. Republican scott carry on the cohen respond. Just rethink the news taken the leadership role that i was hoping that he would but political discord rau- and contentious is reflected in this big number. Eighty two percent surveyed say. The country is divided rather than united. Only way we come through. This is if you come through together as americans turning to immigration signs of trouble just thirty three percent support the job. He's doing among the sharpest critics progressive democrats angered by the white house backtracking than delaying a promised to welcome. Thousands more vetted refugees from around the world. The president says he will increase the refugee cap later. Democrat austin coker studies immigration. I think it was a real shock to the conscience of a lot of people who are following immigration and refugee policy on the economy. The president stewardship climbs to fifty two percent on gun policies. Just thirty four percent support his

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"coker" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"coker" Discussed on WTVN

"We just added Michelin Coker Tire has been a great supporter. We did just added Brembo brakes. I know you guys have performance cars out there. So you get discounted Brembo, But the big thing is, we want to get out and actually used these cars. We've been talking and I know it hasn't been finalized, but The best thing, especially when we have to be socially distances. Just stay in your car and go for an amazing drive. Right? So we're gonna be bringing out some driving programs here to Central Ohio do some cruises and stuff like that. Maybe some poker run stuff that is super easy. Plus, we want to sponsor and our work with local businesses. Right? If you've been struggling, maybe reach out, reach out to boots and Randy, then get you in touch with me. And I want to see if we can work something out where we maybe make a stop at your place. I was off and I think Kobe's going away slowly But surely with the vaccines, your baby Hopefully the depending on what news Channel you watch, I think by mayor June we should be out of the woods. Right Spark, you know well, And even even if the vaccine's not widely spread what keep telling our customers keep telling our partners is like look. Nothing has changed between 20 on a 21. You know the virus doesn't care about numbers, but it care like we have two changes people, and if we want to get back out and do stuff and have better times we got a playing card shows we gotta get out and actually enjoy it. Also in the House, the one and only Jeff Reed of custom Air. So we're talking about this earlier. I would think this is a crazy busy positive time for you with the wonderful temperatures. Boots a little, too at the top of show 15 degrees and Obviously you care about the classic car, but also inside the house is well too. Right? And your garage, right? Check your filter. Um, yeah, The phones were lit up. Been lit up. They're gonna stay lit up. We've got lots of guys out there service and Broken furnaces and get them running..

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"coker" Discussed on The Mighty Oaks Podcast

The Mighty Oaks Podcast

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"coker" Discussed on The Mighty Oaks Podcast

"Hope in life bet you bet well for me for great coker got me through those extremely difficult times in a talk about it in depth and detail in the book i wrote about it and that was one things that scared me. The most was an took me fifteen years to write this thing. Even though i've been over those years. I mean some very close friends influential. People had no told me. Said greg need to write need to write this stuff. Down and calama always Gravy if a written never happened the heart and he said that to me for at least ten years. I used to work for cows firearms instructor. But yeah what a what a cool guy. Yeah but in in kyle has very strong fe. You'll most men that i served with in in. That community were strong christians. And you'll always say that. There's no such thing as an atheist and fox hole when bullets starts snapping. Yep boy it carried me through those hard times and as a leader as a mentor while engaged in combat. You know with those other men. It was our talk to him in or the commander would come to me. Chaplains like hey. Can you talk to this feller that feller whatever and i said absolutely because you get up prior to major operations and read psalm. Ninety one one of the things i would do in the chaplains asked me or your go. Talk to fellas but it it definitely. It made a difference in my life or an. I've noticed that best friend we own. Hanson took his life in two thousand fifteen. And i mean here's a guy he was in delta he was you know top of his profession and will retire so i started studying. Guys were falling like flies there for four years and it broke my heart so i found the two things in common was one. They lose hope gay to they have no love in god and i knew these men. I've known them for many years. I know they had gotten her heart. Had jesus in her heart and the only other you know the input was that hope part so you know the gal army the miss the camaraderie. I mean we're all adrenalin. And that's why we're five and six seven time. Volunteers go right. Do you know again. It goes back. Hey fells this. God's plan for us guy it is and you know an every man jack would get it. I'll be like look dude. We do but young we talk about..

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"coker" Discussed on CXR Podcast

CXR Podcast

04:32 min | 1 year ago

"coker" Discussed on CXR Podcast

"The team to come together in say gossip. Happy today are cussin' released sad today and share and talk to one another. I think that's supported mental health. I'm curious to you anyone doing anything. Are there company is doing something to help with. Childcare are the facts that you know even those of us who are remotes are been were remote now have kids at home to i'm curious to hear how that change dynamics have taken place and we we already had some existing caregiving benefits. We get two weeks of a giving. Caregiving leave every single year. We also already had paid child backup childcare which he gets two hundred hours of two dollars an hour for co pay childcare. We actually extended that from not only just back childcare to back backup care just in general so if you have an older individual that you're caring for someone who isn't necessarily by your definition child. We really kind of extended that to grandchild how whoever whoever might be a lead lies that we we similar like the childcare. We extended some more childcare and an emergency care. We had some regular care that we added but another thing which was really great disaster organization called girls with impact. And it's a it's a. It's a what they do. Is they foster entrepreneurship in girls. Typically high school in below an end with the folks on grammar school on things like being a business person had to start a business. What that looks like. It's enter and so we offer that we subsidize at north of that to all of our employees. You know the normal cost of like a a five week. Virtual session would be now is like half that price and we offered it to any of our friends in any of their connection. So actually the compu- in my town that took advantage of it and it was good for everyone because they got more science in the normally would but it was something to give at least. My daughter went through it and she had twice a week. She had to our sessions with like real business owners and entrepreneurs have it. She was so wowed by Was one one less to less hours on video games which was always plus coker girls with impact.

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Biden holds slight lead over Trump in Florida: poll

Ask An Attorney / Audibel Hearing Aid

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Biden holds slight lead over Trump in Florida: poll

"Mason Dixon poll shows Joe Biden with a three point lead over President Trump. That's within the margin of error. Pollster bread, Coker says Biden leads among women by 16 Points Trump among men by 10 the difference in the races that Biden lead among women. His larger than Trump's lead among men. And, of course, women make up 50 to 53% of the vote in Florida. 6% of people polled said they haven't decided 17 days before the election.

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Early Voting Begins Monday In Broward, Miami-Dade Counties

WIOD Programming

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Early Voting Begins Monday In Broward, Miami-Dade Counties

"Monday in most Florida counties. counties. The The newest newest Mason Mason Dixon Dixon poll poll shows shows Joe Joe Biden Biden with with a a three three point point lead lead over over President President Trump. Trump. That's That's within within the the margin margin of of error. error. Pollster Pollster bread, bread, Coker Coker says says Biden Biden leads leads among among women women by by 16 16 Point Trump among men by 10 the difference in the races that Biden lead among women. His larger than Trump's lead among men. And, of course, women make up 50 to 53% of the vote in Florida 6% of people polled said they haven't decided 17 days before the election. A Jacksonville

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"coker" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"coker" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Jason Coker, the owner and operator of Dicks barbecue. It was only recently that he decided to cut his losses and move on. More than 1000 Hoosiers have tested positive for the Corona virus, said the Indiana State Department of Health on Saturday. That brings the total to almost 99,000 people known to have the Corona virus in Indiana 11. More people died from the virus. However, the number of people in the hospital has dropped to 771, which is 94 less than yesterday, a former Notre Dame football coach will be receiving a high honor from the White House. Kurt Darling reports. Lou Holtz, the coach who led the fighting Irish to a national championship in 1987, and several other winning seasons, will be given the presidential Medal of Freedom. President Trump says he got several letters from former and current college football coach is urging him to award the medal toeholds. Trump says holds his work with charity and his career as a coach have gone beyond his success on the football field. A date for a ceremony for holds to receive. The medal has not been set. Kirk Darling 93 w. Y B C Mobile news on Madison Gale on the level on the go on Twitter at 93. W. A. B c and w BBC dot com. Now your forecast from the American Standard Cooling Weather Center mostly clear skies tonight it will be nice with Luz falling to 59 on Sunday. Partly cloudy skies justice like chance of a shower north of Indianapolis with highs near 82 I'm wish. TV storm tracking meteorologist Terra Hastings for 93 unexpected comes calling.

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Some Young Republican Activists Worry About The Future Of Their Party

All Things Considered

04:09 min | 1 year ago

Some Young Republican Activists Worry About The Future Of Their Party

"Week's Republican National Convention offered direct appeals to a new generation of voters. It showcased figures like Madison Cawthorne, a congressional candidate in North Carolina. I just turned 25. When I'm elected this November, I'll be the youngest member of Congress in over 200 years. And if you don't think young people can change the world. Then you just don't know American history. But President Trump's appeal with young voters is very limited. And some young Republican activists are concerned about the future of the party now totally defined by Trump. NPR's wanna Summers reports. Lizzie Bond is worried about the future of the Republican Party. The 21 year old Duke University students said the party today is failing to speak to people like her. She describes herself as conservative, reasonable and a person of faith. In 2016. She could not support Donald Trump and instead volunteered in support of Hillary Clinton's campaign. I think specifically within my age cohort, there's a lot of enthusiasm for President Trump. But then there are also a lot of people who are inclined to be conservative who are so disillusioned by everything that they see on the right. That it's hard not to think that the future of the Republican Party is doomed. Research from Circle, a research center at Tufts University found that nearly one in five young voters who backed Republicans in 2018 plan to support Joe Biden this year. Mike brought. Oh, said one reason why young people maybe turning away is because the Republican Party is not talking about the right issues. One of our main themes is that There are issues that Gen Z voters care about, including on the center, right? At the party has failed to address time and time again. Climate change racial injustice Algebra two plus issues. Broda was 20 and goes to Georgetown University. He's the executive director of Gen Z GOP. A group that's looking to reach young Republicans. He's planning to vote for Joe Biden, but hopes that there will be a better Republican option than Trump in 2024. Now I think with the ultimate determining factor is that Draws me away from him completely is his poor approach to governance. And that's evident in his handling the code 19 pandemic, and it's no longer just about his policies were inconsistent with my views for what's best for the country. It's how he approaches those policies. Many young Republicans said that coming of age as a conservative today has been a bit of a surreal experience. I still remember sitting in this restaurant with some friends and be like, Oh, wouldn't it be like the weirdest thing if the race ended up being Trump versus Hillary, and we're like, Oh, my goodness that would never happen like that Be so awful and Lo and behold, it's what happened. That's Grace Klein. She's 18 and just started her first year at Arizona State University. She described herself as very against Trump during the 2016 Republican primary. Four years later, things have changed. I'm going to be voting for the first time in November, and I am an adamant supporter. I will 100% vote for him now client said Trump has exceeded her expectations. But there are some things she does not agree with. She specifically mentioned some of the president's tweets. But she said that his record and his values help her look past what she described as personality flaws. And there's one issue that Klein said, is central to her political identity. I believe That the rightto life starts at conception. And if a candidate doesn't support that I will not support them. Curl in Monastir is a 19 year old student at Coker College in South Carolina. He said the most important issue for him as a conservative is standing up for the Constitution. He was initially open to supporting President Trump in November. But right now that seems unlikely. Everyday on TV, the land between Vice President Biden and the libertarian candidate, Jo George. And Back in North Carolina. Lizzie Bond isn't sure either. So in November, I'm facing that really Really difficult decision. I likely won't be supporting either presidential candidate. Voters like her have just 63 days to figure it out on a summer's NPR news.

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Will the Fires That Made Centralia a Ghost Town Ever Go Out?

BrainStuff

06:57 min | 2 years ago

Will the Fires That Made Centralia a Ghost Town Ever Go Out?

"The smallest municipality in Pennsylvania is Centralia a former mining community located about two hours north west of Philadelphia. Records tell US had one thousand, four, hundred and thirty five residents in the year nineteen sixty. Today fewer than ten people still live there. The US Postal. Service revoked and trailer Zip Code in two thousand two and the local portion of state route sixty one was permanently closed off nine years before that. We can't blame. The areas decline on the usual socioeconomic suspects. Its problems run deeper literally since at least nineteen sixty to a coal seam fire has been smoldering right below the town. Yes, in. The Earth has been smoking. An ash has been raining down for over fifty years. No one knows exactly how the coal fire got started, but whatever set the thing off this long lived. Blaze isn't some kind of one off luke. Naturally occurring coal deposits are called seems in the mining industry, and wherever such veins occur whole seem fires like the one under Centralia may break out and commonly do. China's three thousand mile or five thousand kilometer coal mining belt is notorious for its seemed fires a so as a town in India where fires have claimed about forty one million tons of coal since nineteen eighteen. We spoke by email with a new TMA per cash, a geologist at the University of Alaska Fairbanks. She said the issue is more prevalent in areas. Where coal was extracted in the past with limited efforts to ensure that the whole left, the extraction was filled up. She explained that mines that don't provide structural support to keep ground from collapsing. Likewise risk seem fire outbreaks. Granted humans aren't always responsible. Though down in new, south Wales Australia, there's a famous coal seam that's been burning for six thousand years straight scientists think it was first ignited by an ancient brushfire or lightning strike. A coal doesn't need much encouragement to catch fire under the right circumstances, the material can actually light itself ablaze through spontaneous combustion. We also spoke by with research geologist Alain Coker. He explained the decomposition of Pyrite President in coal produces heat, and in some cases, the self heating can start the coal on fire. This is a problem even where coal is transported long distances and ships. By most accounts, Centralia great fire began at a dump near the local odd fellows cemetery on May, twenty seventh of nineteen, sixty two. This landfill was intentionally set ablaze was six volunteer firefighters, standing by. It was all part of a yearly cleanup effort by the local government. Controlled Burns were popular garbage disposal technique back then, but things didn't always go according to plan. Perhaps this fire ran deeper into the trash than anybody realized if so, it could have spread through the refuse and entered the nearest coal mine pit with no one being the wiser. Than again, be the town. Government had nothing to do with it. Some have argued that different garbage fire at the same site. A lit by an unidentified truck driver is what really sealed Centralia fate. Another less popular theory claims the coal seam fire started all the way back in the Great Depression and went unextinguished for decades before the nineteen sixties gave it a new lease on life. Regardless. The inferno made itself right at home, sweeping through mine tunnels and coal seams, flames descended as far as three hundred feet, ninety meters below the ground, sometimes nearing temperatures of one, thousand, three hundred fifty degrees, Fahrenheit or seven hundred thirty Celsius. According to an investigation in two thousand twelve has a tway's underlying. Some four hundred acres or sixty hectares of land, had been touched by the blaze at sometime or other. Coker said uncontrolled coalfires have all the potential environmental impacts of burning coal for power generation with none of the benefits in addition to emitting carbon dioxide, trace metals, such as mercury and harmful. Fine particles are emitted. Per, cash noted that methane and sulfur dioxide are also common and so distinctive that just talking about these fires virtually floods her with memories of the sent. To this day, smoke rises from the earth through fishers around Centralia. Meanwhile, the terrain has become perilously unstable over time. Her cash said these fires are dangerous as land can suddenly collapsed or sink as the fire just eats up the ground underneath such collapses can damaged houses roads. Train tracks etc.. That's why Pennsylvania closed off four thousand feet, or about one thousand two hundred meters of route sixty one back in nineteen, ninety-three subterranean pillars held up the pavement, were destroyed or weakened by the flames, making the roadway totally unsuitable for motorists. So Wilson Trail is fire ever burn out? Extinguishing so-far haven't paid off. Between nineteen sixty to nineteen eighty-two assorted government agencies spent seven million dollars fighting. This entrails a qualifier openings sealed trenches were dug, and the minds were stuffed with non-combustible. And crushed rocks, but nothing worked. Nearly all of Centralia former residents are long gone. Many took advantage of a forty two million dollar tax payer funded relocation initiative, which saw five hundred buildings destroyed. The final holdouts have been granted permission to spend the rest of their lives in the town as per eight thousand thirteen settlement with the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. According to the state's Department of Environmental, protection the fire might keep on raging for over a hundred years yet to come. But as bad as they can get coal seam, buyers aren't invincible. Kosh said good policies on mining safety and reclamation go a long way as preventative measure, if a fire does start taking quick action to contain it by isolating the fire, dousing the fire, cooling the area and continued monitoring to ensure that the fire does not start again are important measures. Centralia? Hellish effect made it part of the inspiration for the two thousand six horror film silent. The departure from the video game series that it was adapted from. And over the past thirty odd years town Centralia not silent hill has become an unlikely tourist destination. One former attraction was the abandoned stretch of route sixty one dubbed the graffiti highway at attracted masses of street artists who added a rainbow of cartoons and signatures to the pavement. However in two thousand twenty, the corporation that owns the undrivable road, had covered up with piles of dirt. Dissuade visitors from swinging by during the covid nineteen pandemic.

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African Methodist Episcopal Church founded - April 9, 1816

This Day in History Class

03:34 min | 2 years ago

African Methodist Episcopal Church founded - April 9, 1816

"The day was April ninth eighteen sixteen. The African Methodist Episcopal Church was founded the Ame. Church as it's known was the first organized denomination and the US to be formed by black people. The AME church has its roots in the Free African society an organization that provided aid to newly freed black people in the US. Preachers Richard Allen and Absalom Jones as well as other people in Philadelphia forms organization in the seventeen eighty s facing discrimination. At Saint George's Methodist Episcopal Church in Philadelphia. A group of black congregants decided to leave the church. Most of them wanted to affiliate with the Protestant Episcopal Church since they did not want to align with the methodist who persecuted them so the Free African society opened the Saint. Thomas African Episcopal Church with Jones as the head but Allen led a small group of people who wanted to remain this in seventeen ninety four the BETHEL African Methodist Episcopal. Church was dedicated into service in seventeen ninety. Nine Bishop Francis Asbury of the Methodist Episcopal Church ordained Richard Alan. As minister BETHEL's Allan. White Methodist leaders develop the founding document of BETHEL Ame but as membership in the church grew so did tensions between the black people in the church in white authorities. The ladder attempted to limit. Bethel's independence doing things like threatening to prevent her to meetings. They still considered to be an entity that existed within Saint George's and therefore subject to its authority but Alan continued to advocate for African methodist independence. Even as white methodist escalated the tactics that they use to oppose the churches authorities. He turned to an attorney who advised him to add an African supplement to churches founding document. This supplement said that. Bethel's trustees rather than the methodist conference control the Church's property. It also says that if the pastor at Saint George's did not fulfil his preaching and Sacramento obligations. The trustees would call on someone else. On top of Allen's efforts BETHEL members rejected the actions of Saint George's ministers who attempted to assert their authority by eighteen sixteen BETHEL had around fourteen hundred members in the beginning of that year the validity of Allen's African supplement was challenged in the Pennsylvania Supreme Court. Alan emerged victorious in the case with a court. Affirming BETHEL's independence and Allen's right to self-determination as a pastor James Champion a minister at Bethel Daniel Coker obliged methods in Baltimore wrote a treatise about the rise of African methodism with and Allen encouraged their congregations to form a denomination April ninth eighteen sixteen Allen and coker called it black methodist to meet in Philadelphia. Coker was elected the first bishop of the African Methodist Episcopal Church but coker either declined the position or resigned and soon Alan was consecrated as the first bishop of the church as more black preachers and parisioners grew tired of dealing with racism and the Methodist Episcopal Church. They withdrew to align with the African methodist by the eighteen fifties. The denomination had reached California and after the civil war and reconstruction years membership in the Ame. Church grew significantly today. The Turks has membership in dozens of countries.

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"coker" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"coker" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Coker games Dave James Coker of Fisher house come on Dave he's always there he's right there I considered morning Dave now where you sleep were you taking a nap I'm I'm getting a little bit of feedback getting a little bit of feedback because that's that's problematic I'm I'm sorry to hear that well listen what a night when I stop tell you what I just let you talk did you're the you're the president of the Fisher house foundation we weren't there your now retired army officer and why why should people donate to visualize it look you look around you think there's no war anymore what do we need Fisher house which is of course the people described as the Ronald McDonald house for our veterans and provides hosing Isabel let let I'll let you explain why people should donate well we know that life is going to happen when you get that phone call and you learn that a loved one has been wounded ill or injured you want to things you want the best medical care possible and you want to be there the military and the VA health systems are two of the best in the world they do a great job of providing world class health care having a place for families to stay is a little bit of a challenge and so for thirty years now we've been working to meet the needs of the program started when a and name Zachary Fisher said yeah I wanna be a blessing to those who serve and he built the of the first twenty houses by were making a personal contribution he wrote a check for those when he passed away in ninety nine the Fisher house foundation took over that responsibility and today we have eighty six houses this year we're on track to help thirty five thousand families and in one of those numbers are great what's important to remember is that every family has a story and we hope everything from those going to problem pregnancies to those injured and wounded in service and to those who are dealing with other challenges in life later because you you never know when that phone is going to rain and it's important remember also that while it it appears that the war or wars have ratcheted down we deals to do still have men and women in harm's way and and being wounded and being killed on a regular basis in combat in the war that never ends the and likely won't end anytime soon and this is just a great way to be an American and to contribute to a really great organization you know they what is at the combined federal campaign of federal employees allow you to contribute through the the CFC my in fact my best girl arrange yesterday just started with a new company compass real estates and they arrange for charitable contributions to be taken out of every paycheck and they're going to Fisher house you'll not be surprised to learn but this is a.

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"coker" Discussed on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

03:42 min | 3 years ago

"coker" Discussed on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

"So this is a so you actually brought this Coker attention having it. I'm thinking about it though. I kind of feel like he's kinda has a lot of stuff going offer him, then, you know, he's like home now result sites talking, and I don't wanna really like Bruin from. But I'm thinking my have who knows might you across promotion that'd be cool than ever happened before. No, something tells me you wouldn't want it to happen. But why why him if the is like, but why him if you say that you like him? Why him not that leaking? I just like the way he fights may wanna fight him. Because. Would you be easy fight? Yes. So you guys going back. He was talking about you. You were talking about him on a lot of people saying that like an awful lot. And I can't back it up. And so the okay lofty plans, I like it your back. I mean what else? Do you want to keep going? Who else is on your headless? As hard when there's so many, I call that time. It was like it's so much. Every day. You have a knack. I don't know what it is. But a great skill. Just it seems like you you're disabled to get under people's skin very easily. I don't know what it is. I know either so nights. Don't don't see. And what about actual BJ competition? Are we putting that on hold? I'm doing ABC, which I'm really excited for that. I wanna focus on a lot way cuts really hard because I'm doing the one seventy division and ABC made the way three days in a row. So I'm gonna have to transform my body a lot, but I'm really really wanna win ADC. That'd be really cool for me and win is that that is September twenty eighth. I think in California. Okay. And to be as possible. Sure. Yeah. Yeah. Breezy, est. Bapley matches breakdown of human talk about them. I've been offered like leave and stuff. It's like little as she crazy for who. I talk about it. But who's gonna like undecided, but I'm? I don't know about you. But I'm trying to in may everybody can to get into boxing grappling with everything, you know, ping, pong, whatever my name is in Briggs number. So there is may do when I just wanna focus on fighting and being the best. So are you gonna play multiple times this year is that the plan this plan last year every claiming mazer suspended for seven months, right? Yeah. I mean, I want to as Michael I one just get top possible. Okay. And you know, it's like for me. Like, I I could see my Passover trying to me that excites me people winning and everything's and will you be training at SPG for this fight. I haven't thought John about yet probably at see him. Okay. And decide I'm in your granola haven't been home for a while. Like when I was in Ireland. I went to Vegas. So it's kind of nice if you home a little bit, but. A. Founder and decide whatever we're gonna do this. Okay. So you wanna train with him if possible force? I mean ours. The best in the world, why wouldn't want trade with number with him. So call when I go, and it's ridiculous. Yeah. Wow. Okay. So then you have this. You said that ADC was a little problematic is seventy what fight is this at what wait is this at doing Dana's, wait one seventy five. All right. Wow. You get your. Wow. That is amazing. You could do that. When you're me area. Is that is that something you ask for or do they just say? Your business. 175? Yeah. Why we see? On this part right being Doug as Lima..

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"coker" Discussed on Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

03:42 min | 3 years ago

"coker" Discussed on Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

"So this is a so you actually brought this Coker attention having it. I'm thinking about it though. I kind of feel like he's kinda has a lot of stuff going offer him, then, you know, he's like home now result sites talking, and I don't wanna really like Bruin from. But I'm thinking my have who knows might you across promotion that'd be cool than ever happened before. No, something tells me you wouldn't want it to happen. But why why him if the is like, but why him if you say that you like him? Why him not that leaking? I just like the way he fights may wanna fight him. Because. Would you be easy fight? Yes. So you guys going back. He was talking about you. You were talking about him on a lot of people saying that like an awful lot. And I can't back it up. And so the okay lofty plans, I like it your back. I mean what else? Do you want to keep going? Who else is on your headless? As hard when there's so many, I call that time. It was like it's so much. Every day. You have a knack. I don't know what it is. But a great skill. Just it seems like you you're disabled to get under people's skin very easily. I don't know what it is. I know either so nights. Don't don't see. And what about actual BJ competition? Are we putting that on hold? I'm doing ABC, which I'm really excited for that. I wanna focus on a lot way cuts really hard because I'm doing the one seventy division and ABC made the way three days in a row. So I'm gonna have to transform my body a lot, but I'm really really wanna win ADC. That'd be really cool for me and win is that that is September twenty eighth. I think in California. Okay. And to be as possible. Sure. Yeah. Yeah. Breezy, est. Bapley matches breakdown of human talk about them. I've been offered like leave and stuff. It's like little as she crazy for who. I talk about it. But who's gonna like undecided, but I'm? I don't know about you. But I'm trying to in may everybody can to get into boxing grappling with everything, you know, ping, pong, whatever my name is in Briggs number. So there is may do when I just wanna focus on fighting and being the best. So are you gonna play multiple times this year is that the plan this plan last year every claiming mazer suspended for seven months, right? Yeah. I mean, I want to as Michael I one just get top possible. Okay. And you know, it's like for me. Like, I I could see my Passover trying to me that excites me people winning and everything's and will you be training at SPG for this fight. I haven't thought John about yet probably at see him. Okay. And decide I'm in your granola haven't been home for a while. Like when I was in Ireland. I went to Vegas. So it's kind of nice if you home a little bit, but. A. Founder and decide whatever we're gonna do this. Okay. So you wanna train with him if possible force? I mean ours. The best in the world, why wouldn't want trade with number with him. So call when I go, and it's ridiculous. Yeah. Wow. Okay. So then you have this. You said that ADC was a little problematic is seventy what fight is this at what wait is this at doing Dana's, wait one seventy five. All right. Wow. You get your. Wow. That is amazing. You could do that. When you're me area. Is that is that something you ask for or do they just say? Your business. 175? Yeah. Why we see? On this part right being Doug as Lima..

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"coker" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

MMA Junkie Radio

03:10 min | 3 years ago

"coker" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

"Happy with Scott Coker Coker, but you'll find everybody who's fought for Dana white Conor McGregor. It's on happy with Dan white and everybody though, well everybody except literally one guy I've met his unhappy with him. I have not met a single guy that had a good thing to say about staying away. Guys have said bad things about the internet. But I've also met a lot that say good things. He put a lot out there for Titas. Sorry. That doesn't count for two years. Don't get he's making the money that doesn't count. I'm saying maters because the way they do put their money on us. That's that's fine. In the way, people treat fighters, I was a fighter. I look people that don't like guys. So as a fighter you have to you have to be compensated. Right. But there's no show without you. You know what? I mean, you you're being basically pimped out. Anyway, you know what? I mean, you're choosing to be pimped out because you choose to you choose to have. But they're still. An etiquette in which you treat these guys. You know what I'm saying? And this guy is an animal. He has no etiquette. Like, I said, I don't know how somebody didn't beat the share them. But I get it. Because you have see is it was was the only game in town for a little bit. And that's true guys can't say anything because otherwise they get blackboard. So it's a lot of guys on their contract. Who can't say anything all might be unhappy? You know what I'm saying? But again, I I read it from the fighters perspective. I'm not telling you from the fatigue is, of course, if not too happy the business. What are they ought to be happy about, you know, and and fans fantasy and the place they want what they got to be unhappy about, you know, but but you still should want your favorite fighter to be able to make a good living. It's not cool when you see your favorite fighter. When when he's when he retired out in the street, or or or, you know, going through hard times, you can't get a job. Now, he's damaged or whatever I've seen it in boxing a million times I've seen there are guys that I came up with when I was a teenager in the box and genetics. So look at them be like, wow. These guys are unbelievable world championship. We'll fighters. I game up increases Jim in New York when it was when it was Gleason, Jim like when it was when champions Bredon, they're left and right. And I look at a lot of the guys that were there at that time. Now there they got nothing Brome, and they're so damaged they came and get a job. You know what I'm saying? So so, you know, it's not cool to see that you guys you looked up to to see that you want these fighters to get compensated for what they deserve because then they retire. And if they haven't made what they were supposed to make there's nothing to take with them past that retirement, then where do they go? You know, what I'm saying a lot of them keep fighting too long. And that's the problem. But what I'd like to see a lot of fighters. Do good things with the money. They don't make enough. Anyway, like, you're saying Atlanta know, what I would like to see I think the UFC especially has responsibility for certain people who fought there for just like the NFL if you play the NFL for four years, you get some form of a pension if you five. We'll get some compensation. So let's say you get like a fight like Mark Coleman one of the guys. You know? I love Marc coma growing startling pioneer. So, but he was still fighting later on. I remember I had a fight not talking about anywhere for this case. It's like I can't afford to go into Chris. I'm thinking damn you can't afford to go out and he's broken down. What's he do? Now. He doesn't have anything built up. So if you fall and built this organization, I think they have a responsibility say you're going to get to grandma three rent something something, I don't know what. But there should be based on number of times you fought now. And I know that you have. Said that long you good things..

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These 1,000-year-old, blue-specked teeth could rewrite medieval history

Science Magazine Podcast

11:31 min | 3 years ago

These 1,000-year-old, blue-specked teeth could rewrite medieval history

"Where they scrape your teeth, and they take is called dental calculus or tartar off your teeth is that lesson for any. No. But luckily that is a relatively new thing and back in the day. And like medieval times, people were not having their teeth scraped every three to six months, and I say lucky because there's precious information hidden in that dental calculus may be able to learn about the oral microbiomes of the people who live in the past and also about different diseases that they might have had. And now, it's also telling us things about their occupations what they did every day or or kinds of chemicals encountered in their lives. I have Christina Warner here. She's gonna talk about some dental calculus that was contaminated with a blue mineral, so Christina. What did you find these blue particles associated with dental calculus on these remains was when we first saw them? I mean, probably the last thing I would have expected to find we were trying to look at it in house. Yeah. We expected the bacteria has after all calculus is made a plaque dental plaque. Which is made up of bacteria, and we expected to find little bits of food because when you're alive, and you have plaque on your teeth, and you're eating or your smoking or your breathing and pollen all these little things. Get stuck in your plaque overtime, the plaque calcified at mineralized in your mouth from the minerals in your saliva. In fact, it's the only part of your body that fossilising while you're still alive, and this actually happens over and over again these layers actually build up almost like tree rings or layers of an onion. So after you've calcified one layer you'll form another layer that apply can keep doing it. This woman that we looked out. We actually cross section debt, and there were so many layers. It really looked like this calculus hadn't been removed in twenty or twenty five years that had so many layers built on top of each other. But for an archaeologist this is a gold mine. It's like a time capsule that tells the story of of this woman's life. What was the first thought from the group if you know, they saw these little blue flecks in in her teeth under the microscope? We had no idea what it was. We could be some sort of contaminant is there's something in soil. That's blue. Yeah. No, no. There's not we looked into extensively actually blue minerals are very rare. They tend to be things you have to mind from deep in the earth. They don't occur in surface sediments. So we thought well, maybe maybe it's a it's a mineral of some kind, and maybe it's a paint. Because certain was so blue was Royal blue the brightest brightest blew it looked like Robin's eggs tiny little, Robin. I bet it. I was probably as right as right is a pretty common mineral, it's a pretty inexpensive mineral, and it's really widespread across Europe. And it was used by are in the middle ages. I was pretty sure it was as right? It ended up being fairly complicated to identify for a number of reasons. One is as we were looking at it the blue began to fade and disappear. Oh, yeah. This happened over and over again it took a while. I figure out what was happening, and we finally figured it out when you wanna look at calculus under a microscope. You can't just put under microscope. It's too compacted. And you have to break it up and the usual way of doing this is to apply a little bit of weak acid, and it just dissolves the mineral enough to allow the particles to come out. It turns out that many mineral pigments are actually unstable in the presence of acid and they lose their color. That's what we were seeing. So that gave you a clue that maybe it wasn't as right? We'll also breaks down from we actually tested many different reference, pigments and determine which were stable in. Which were not. So like cobalt blues is stable. But as right is not and Lashley was not there, aren't that many lose that were available to the medieval painter, they had a admitted access of the blues that they had available to most blue because of particular element. So cobalt blue is split because cobalt, Azure is blue because of copper, Vivian. I is blue because iron Rapids Lashley, actually, not one mineral. It's a bunch of minerals together. Blue component is called laterite. There's also white minerals in they're called slug apply and also pyrite the golden flex that. People often recognize one thing your paper reminded me of is that in a television show, and they say what is this mineral residue and just handed to the lab and that have hands and back and answer is never that easy. You had to go through a lot of steps to identify. What exactly was going on here on these T? So what were some of the tests that you had to subject this mineral to will the trouble with Lazarie? The blue mineral is that there's nothing unusual. About it. In terms of its elements made up of the same elements that are found in soil just configured very differently into in their mineral structure, and so we use a technique called Rahman spectroscopy which actually allows us to look more at the mineral structure itself, and that we were able to get a very good match for lodge right after we identified the blue crystals as being a match using two different methods for laterite. We thought let's test some of these white particles that ordinarily would completely ignore and they turn out to flog apply laterite and flog pie only Coker together in legislation that gave you that confidence that you what you are looking at. But it's really surprising that that's what you're looking at. It was extremely surprising. This Lashley was one of the most expensive and rarest artists materials of the middle ages. We did not expect to find it. I think it's hard for us understand how expensive it was. And how difficult it would have been to get their lap. Lashley only had one source during the middle ages, and that WAS FG. Anniston? So this pigment had to traveled from its source in Afghanistan overland along the paths of the silk road, basically at through the Islamic world. Whereas probably refined into a pigment traded up into Venice. And then distributed into Europe made in extraordinary six thousand kilometer journey to make it into the mouth of this very ordinary one about that in women. What about that last little bit of the journey? How would it end up in her mouth? I mean, there's no way this could happen completely Occidental's. She must have been exposed in a very intimate way. But help Osprey happen. Now, we spent a long time debating what the possible scenarios could be. I have my favorite. It's not the one that it is my favorite is all the the book kissing that people were doing it. The look if think has so so this is really incredible during the middle ages, but but actually later than the that was eliminated it. Yeah. Yeah. During the fourteenth century, there's this sort of fat. Bad for what they call emotive devotional osculation so says like intense kissing books, and the idea was to become very affectionate with the images. Eventually they started creating these little osculation targets at the bottoms of the pages to try to encourage priests, for example to kiss the target and not the face of Jesus because it was wiping away face that one was discarded because it was it wasn't the timing wasn't right. And let's turn to one of the what are the likely scenarios in which woman would have introduced us into her mouth. So he came up with two of the we thought were more likely that either she was trying to produce a pigment herself. And thus may have inhaled some of the dust, and that was so she would probably producing it either for herself or one of her sisters or she was an artist herself with the first scenario, although it's possible. I don't think it's likely for one reason. And that is because if you just take lapis largely Sony new grind now you'll. Will get a really dull gray pigment. It's not nice. It has too much of the flog pie and other minerals inside that dole the color. So what you have to do is you have to refine it and the technique use to refine lavishly at this time wasn't really known in Europe. It was primarily performed in in the Islamic world. But what I think is probably the most likely is that she was an artist herself, we do know from some artists manuals around the same time that one technique for producing a really fine point for for fine painting work involved. Compressing the the paintbrush between the lips the lap is largely was quite distributed through her mouth zone. It wasn't Dustin one place. It was also really disperse. So it didn't seem to have been incorporated as a paint, for example, if she had kissed it had gotten stuck an also there are some really amazing letters from right around the same time period. Maybe a little bit later. Also in Germany where there is a men's monastery. There's an or Mario. Who is the keeper of the books and he had commissioned the production of several new books from a neighboring women's community. So when you say when you say she was an artist it's more about eliminating manuscripts than it is about making paintings, correct? It was very likely for eliminating manuscripts. Because it was a lot of book production right at this time. It gives evidence that women were producing books and they were producing important books. Yeah. But unfortunately, these letters don't stay which pigments were being used we can tell by the amount of silk, and the amount of parchment that he was sending for these books to be made that they would have been quite nice books. Is there anything else from the grave site or from the ruins of the monastery where where this this remains were or anything else there that would help with that the women's community from the letter was different one. Okay. Not this community. The remains of from a site called doll. Heim doll Heim is located in western Germany and today. It's actually the site of museum about monasteries and the cemetery that we focused on was one of the very associate with one of the earliest religious communities that was founded in this area, and it was a women's community with interesting about all Heim is almost nothing survives at all. Today. You can go and visit and I recommend doing. So it's really fun. But all that's left of the women's community is the stone Dacians, none of the walls. Are there? There's no art that survives. There's not a single book that survives this poor women's community, which at its at its height supported actually, very small group of women. Only about a dozen women live there at any given time it underwent multiple fires burned to the ground multiple times. It was sacked in at least to battle. It was hit by plague and eventually it was abandoned during another war and a non was murdered and the whole community fell apart this was centuries later, and then later a group of monks moved in and they built a monastery, and that's the monastery. That actually release revives there today. And that today is really the museum people go to visit. But you can still find this kind of traces of this little women's what they call a frown closer this little women's monastery, a little women's community still bear the church foundations and the foundations of of the place where they lived, but it's very small kind of tucked away and forgotten. It's like had just been a rate how absolutely race. And so to me that was something that was so interesting is in this totally unexpected context from this very ordinary seeming woman from the cemetery we've been able to identify someone who was likely in live, quite extraordinary person. She must have been a very talented artists, and I say artists here because lapis Lashley was not used by scribes who is not used typically to write words, it was used to illuminate pictures. Wow. That is amazing. So other other remains from the

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LeBron James speaks at opening of new hometown public school

Barsky Radio

05:06 min | 4 years ago

LeBron James speaks at opening of new hometown public school

"F. t. l. it's eighty three degrees. In lake worth it's eighty five degrees and, lottery hill President Trump says he's willing to meet with. Rainy and president Hassan Ramani I do believe that they will probably end up wanting to meet and I'm ready. To meet any time they want to and I don't do that from strength. Or from weakness I think it's an appropriate thing to. Do talking with reporters at the White House today Trump said. He would not insist on preconditions and defended pulling the. US out of the Iran. Nuclear record if we could work something out that's meaningful not the waste of paper that the other deal was I would certainly be willing to make President. Trump says he has no problem shutting down the government over immigration it's time we had proper border security with. A laughing stock of the world we have the worst immigration laws anywhere in. The world the government runs out of. Money at, the end of September part. Of what Trump is demanding involves several billion dollars To start. Building a massive wall on the US Mexico border the operators of the duck boat that sank July nineteenth in. Branson Missouri killing seventeen people is facing a one hundred million dollar wrongful death lawsuit with this lawsuit we hope that we. Will drive the death trap duck bus out of best. Attorney Bob Mondello says that the claim states the canopy of the boat track those on. Board dragging them to the bottom of the lake you're damned if you do your data if you don't. You're drowned if you do your drowned if, you don't they put their passengers in an impossible situation. Where no matter what they do they are likely to die if that duck boats six a school funded by. One of the best basketball players ever is officially open but when people ask. Me why why school because I know exactly what these. Towards under forty kids are going through on the all the. Nightmares that they have because because I've been there LeBron James helped open the I promise school today. In his hometown of Akron Ohio school made possible by a partnership between the LeBron James family foundation and Akron Ohio, public schools the goal to create a fruitful environment for kids who have a hard. Life so the dogs we have a responsibility to not let these kids down to continue, to be the teachers the mentors the superheroes. Everything that's. Our responsibility to US senators, calling in the, Federal Trade. Commission to investigate the company, blamed for mismanaging, Florida's sun pass and electric toll systems in six other states conduit has been, accused of billing customers for inaccurate told charges late fees, and penalties senators Bill Nelson of Florida Gary Peters of Michigan say if drivers. Are being hurt financially the, FTC, should hold? The vendor accountable and prevent it from doing further harm earlier this month Florida Department of transportation announced it was suspending contract payments for conduit after the Botched a two hundred eighty seven million dollar upgrade of the sun, pass system Florida's primary is just weeks away according to the latest Mason Dixon poll, democrat Gwen Graham. And Republican Rick desanta 's are leading their parties pollster Brad Coker says Graham. May have an, advantage grams favorability is thirty five negative rating only five to Sanchez's favorable is thirty two, which is, right behind, hers. But he has a twenty one percent unfavorable rating President Trump speaks at a rally for dissent us on. Tuesday at the Florida state fairgrounds in Tampa North Korea returns. The remains of US troops killed during the Korean war and, Boynton beach career Korean war. Veteran hopes the remains, include his friends here's, eight fifty WFAN Karen Curtis with the, story Eighty-five-year-old Boynton beach Korean war veteran I sergeant Joe green is the only. One of his, friends to survive the, war green will join fifty w. f. t. l. tomorrow Teno five to talk about his. Fallen comrades came in through and they were very This one group Survivor out. Of thirty Friday the possible remains a fifty five US servicemen killed during the Korean war or taken off a US military plane. And South Korea green is optimistic that a box could contain at least one of, the thirty eight Karen Curtis news talk eight fifty w. t. l. and gas prices in. Florida down slightly but that could. Only be temporary AAA says the statewide average for a gallon of regular to seventy four down a penny from, a week ago average prices in south Florida range from two eighty four in West Palm Beach to two eighty two in, Miami AAA, says strong, demand lower inventories, push wholesale prices higher resulting, in a five two cents a gallon. Increase this. Week I'm Ron. Hersi news talk eight fifty w. f. t. l. This report brought to you by the Hyundai shoppers assurance program, we've got, an accident, out on I, ninety five northbound at hyper, Luxeuil road this crashes affecting two of. Your left. Lanes to you're. Right on the approach to it You're gonna see a much lower ride if you're heading..

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