35 Burst results for "Cold Blood"

'Worse Than the Fall of Saigon': Two Democratic Presidencies Oversee to Chaotic Withdrawals From War

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:40 min | Last month

'Worse Than the Fall of Saigon': Two Democratic Presidencies Oversee to Chaotic Withdrawals From War

"I'm sure you saw those pictures. Eric of the taliban driving around in. Us home vs like parading around in our gear. We didn't even bring. We didn't even take all of our gear back. I mean this is how bad this is. We left them. Billions of dollars of military equipment. some of the some of the The worst terrorist in the world are now leading government and we have no presence there. I mean in my estimation this is way worse than the false idar. It's interesting isn't it. I mean when you when you think about how many people lost their lives in vietnam and the way we left that and by the way. I want to be clear when we left saigon. Okay that nightmare image. That left people to the killing fields of the crime rouge that was a democratic congress. They decided because nixon had resigned. Ford was in. They had control of congress. They chose the democrats to do this. I wanna be really clear that what happened. Then which was utter evil folks if you if you've seen the movie the killing fields if you know about what happened. It is a nightmare. It is evil unleashed atheist marxism evil Butchering of human beings That was the democrats made a cold blooded decision. Of course now we have biden. Who's a democrat. He made what looks like a really cold blooded decision just to say. Well we're leaving. And that's the way the cookie crumbles know when you talk about military equipment being left behind We talk about all the people being left behind. I just i. I'm just trying to process how it's possible that people whose job it is to deal with this bungled it like this. I mean i. It's it's wild and what's craziest. all of the intel. it's like they basically the him in the vice president win against all of the intelligence all of the agencies. Were saying that this was going to happen. And they didn't listen to anybody and their their arrogance and their inability to learn from top military leaders. Anybody will tell you man that's been spent any amount of time over there. I was only there for you know a few weeks. You know but but leaders in generals that have been there for decades. They were saying the same thing. We cannot withdraw in this manner and they just refuse to listen. And i'm telling you this is why in twenty twenty two. I mean we. We need to step it up. As the church in

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"cold blood" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:04 min | Last month

"cold blood" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"On folks is it possible. Maybe that we don't need to be living in a world where like armed thugs gangsters will pull random people over just for fun because that makes people upset. I mean i'm not defending person. Who murdered a cop or who killed a cop. I should say not murder. Because murderer implies that the victims of human zippers and things are being so cute murder implies that the human does police officers are not human course. Chicago's not releasing the names or the faces of the thugs that killed elephant. They're all in custody. Their names will come out soon. And eventually they're not releasing the background of the gangbangers. That killed this police in cold blood. But we'll get their names them very famous app and on the west side of chicago so were were supposed to change our entire life around the idea of public health kind of the new thing supposed to wear mask or masking mac vaccinated by the way breaking news. The military is now going to require. Vaccinations by september. Fifty and republican leaders aren't standing up for the military of course another negotiating infrastructure tes the distance between the republicans we send to washington. Dc and the voters in the wants and concerns of their citizens destroy. It's actually. I was gonna say it's impressive. It's not. it's not the right word. It's it's stunning shocking. It's hard to believe that. Our system of government as such unbelievably self righteous sanctimonious even we're supposed to reorganize society around public up. So i'm just curious. Maybe connor can get the numbers. How many people have died of the chinese corona virus in chicago in the last couple days. We know that twenty nine people have died august to date.

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Pee Wee and Me

Pee Wee Gaskins Was Not My Friend

01:13 min | 2 months ago

Pee Wee and Me

"Jim beattie new. As much as anyone could about south carolina's most notorious mass murderer and he was hopeful. His book peewee in me would be a full account of the meanest man in america. He was writing the novel that aimed towards redemption. It wasn't going to be like in cold blood a book. Jim taught on occasion. That was too sordid for jim. Storytelling approach. Jim was optimistic. That he could share some characteristics appear we that people often didn't see like honesty and compassion but in reality peewee rarely showed these traits in fact we told them this much during their interviews together. That's say would you ever lied to me thinking you know we'll but we're all friends he's not going to lie to me. I need a lot of me. And he thought for seconds and he looked right at me and said yes. I would say pretty we. You would lie to me when he said without hesitating half the time

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Indiana Detective Fatally Shot in 'Ambush' While Working at FBI Office

The Daily Mash-Up

01:42 min | 2 months ago

Indiana Detective Fatally Shot in 'Ambush' While Working at FBI Office

"A tough week for law enforcement. We lost a terror hope police officer shot in cold blood. Uh, yesterday, a 30 year vet working with the FBI. Task force as a leader in law enforcement. What initially just run through your mind when you hear news like this. Well, it always takes any officer right back to the to any of their, uh, Fellow officers they've lost in the line of duty and Tragic outcomes that we've sustained throughout the history of our profession. It also reminds every officer um, that could have been us. And so it's always It's always something that kind of rips your heart out and also, uh brings a lot of, uh, fears to the surface for families of law enforcement officers as well. Rick. I mean, that's I mean, that's the thing. I mean, you anything from pulling somebody over for speeding to serving a warrant to have randomly walking up the steps of the courthouse you just in law enforcement. You never know. Um if it's going to be time, it's going to be your time and I are are police officers. Trained to deal with those emotions and concentrate on those aspects of the job. Or is it just muscle memory at some point? Well, it definitely highlights. Any tragedy highlights the need for good, solid training for law enforcement officers. And that training is what, um Provides for our officers to be able to move through any challenge that they are

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Tatum Leads the Celtics To a Nail Biting Win Over the Trail Blazers

The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden

01:10 min | 5 months ago

Tatum Leads the Celtics To a Nail Biting Win Over the Trail Blazers

"Celtics have been good and fourth quarters lately, especially especially closing which has been uncharacteristic based on how they've been in the season, but they went up against one of the most clutch teams in the NBA and it looked for a little bit there Celtics had that I think it's 117 109 and then they just kind of stopped for a little bit from that five-minute Mark of the one minute Mark not great shots. Thank goodness for Rob their bailed them out a couple of times with a couple buckets there or else they might not have scored at all and then Tatum with a freaking dagger at the end there which was you know classic no no no. Yes shot but I mean that's what score is due and you know birth. That was cold-blooded. So that was it, you know Marcus there at the end, you know, you'd like to see him hit the two free throws, but that was clever there with the Celtics did missed a free-throw trap the dog trapped the rebounder Portland had no timeouts no ability to to advance it. I loved this game. I mean, I know everybody was freaking out over the Denver game. I loved this game. Not just how they pulled it out, but I loved the pace they played with I love the intensity just felt like it was the whole game felt like it got kicked up a notch.

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Nature Makes GMO Fish

Science Facts & Fallacies

02:11 min | 5 months ago

Nature Makes GMO Fish

"Skeptical of aqua bounties fast-growing salmon while nature makes genetically modified fish to next up. Why the effort to find a quote biological basis for being transgender is misguided and harmful and finally cure for sickle cell diseases inches closer with the launch of a major gene. Therapy trial very exciting stuff. But first up kevin. Let's talk about Natural gm fish apparently. Yeah this is really cool and this is a report that came out in. Cbc news which is canadian broadcasting company usually not writing very favorable things about genetic engineering because this isn't genetic engineering unless it's genetic engineering that nature did so the story goes back to a couple of researchers at queens university. A lorry graham and peter davies found this evidence a while ago now that there was this antifreeze gene that helped the rainbow smelt live through freezing temperatures so super cooling fish and some other organisms can endure temperatures below freezing because of a mechanisms that keep their cells from forming ice crystals. What interesting stuff going on there and if you think about it. These are cold-blooded so when it gets below freezing you have the risk of freezing so years ago. Probably a decade and a half. I guess they found this evidence that there was A this gene that that didn't seem to make a whole lot of sense that that it that it looked like a in so we go over now to herring and smelt How was this hearing. Gene ending up and smelt the last time that they were related was by extremely distant ancestor. They said by the article article here. Two hundred and fifty million years ago so that was like the carbon difference period so these two individual lineages of fish split off pretty early a back before dinosaurs or you know and so this really cool so well same time as early dinosaurs.

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$20K reward offered for information in Chicago shooting of  11 year old girl

WGN Programming

00:55 sec | 7 months ago

$20K reward offered for information in Chicago shooting of 11 year old girl

"In last night's Gunfight between 2 19 year olds on Chicago's South Side and and 11 11 year year Old Old Girl Girl remains remains hospitalized hospitalized in in critical critical Condition. Condition. WGN's WGN's Julien Julien Cruz, Cruz, the the 11 11 year year old old hit hit in in the the face face with with one one of of the the bullets, bullets, the the bullet bullet traveling traveling to to her lungs, according to the family, leaving her paralyzed while the gunman fled the scene community activist Andrew Holmes to the shooter. It might not be long before you are apprehended. Already Know two detectives have that put it already. But I'm gonna ask you turn yourself in. It happened 127th Street outside a gas station in the city's west Pullman neighborhood. Mother's asking that her name be withheld. My Aniston daughter, 11 years old was shot in cold blood. One of the shooters his hospitalized it advocate Christ with a gunshot wound. Anyone with information is asked to submit it at CPD tip dot com. The city of

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The Launch Of The Jamal Journal IN Philadelphia

Black Agenda Radio

05:02 min | 7 months ago

The Launch Of The Jamal Journal IN Philadelphia

"Knew. Newspaper has hit the streets in philadelphia dedicated to the liberation of the nation's best known political prisoner. Mia abu jamal pam. Africa is coordinator of international concern. Family and friends of mumia abu-jamal. She wants folks to sign a petition in the newspaper. Demanding that philadelphia district attorney stop standing in the way of abu jamal's freedom. We do have the first edition of jamal journal in the nineties. Me and mia did. His newspaper to jamal. Journal was four of information is very first newspaper. That we're putting out is geared to what is happening to me. Now all the evidence and i just got a call from romania and his wife one thing will be a does do. He never complains about his sickness. Always usually find that out for someone else but he called me to let me know that. He believes that he had cold and he had went to the doctors up there and they were telling him no he. Don't they know he said his breed is bad and he said it feels like elephant is something sitting on his lungs. So you know. I'm asking people really to step up the work. Mia the district attorney here in philadelphia. They deblum is guilty. There's absolutely no evidence to show any judicial or prosecutorial misconduct case which is a blatant lie. Attorney in philadelphia. Mike record has went on record and stated very clearly that you know in his investigations moon is not only innocent. He's factually innocent. But what we have to use a conspiracy to commit cold blooded premeditated murder and they want us to sit down. Shut up and act like these fax is in hatton so he ate cranston who said there is no evidence of movie not having a fair trial in our journal. You see that. The key witness mr shelbert and who was a cab driver who said that he was missing. He what happened he said did move me. Shocked peace officer faulkner. He said several times in he kept missing missing. Shoot me at first but photographer by the name of polar cough was orange seen that night before. A lot of the peace officers got there and he took pictures men washington and another journalist. Linda got the picture some cough and the picture show clear was not in the ground at all showing the lie that the da is repeated. Today it's nothing but a lot the. Da have evidence that they beat lumia in our lady who was looking out her window. She says she saw when he ran his head into a poll. Busting it wide open. He was don't he was kicked with those steel toed routes kicked on his side and he was also shot so when they brought him into the hospital of course he couldn't stand up and he couldn't walk and they didn't just layton on the emergency room floor. They dropped him down on the floor where people come. In on those treads and to dr. See the moon. You could not speak above a whisper. He had to get right down to them to hear what it was he was saying. The police say their move was shouting and screaming. Yes i shot the mother. And i hope he does the best one. They claim that they have all the evidence be turned in some evidence a couple of years ago. They found six boxes. There had evidence that hasn't been seen so now near saying they have all the evidence. But i remembered on the night of december ninth which was in the winter moon into his wife. Had these one piece no sense. And that's what he was wearing that night so they say their balloon was shot at faulkner several times before the fatal blow and then they say that they forgot to take the tests showing that he had actually shot a gun. But when you shoot a gun is not only on your hands. But it's on your cloudy mummies clothing has disappeared. Some talk about you. Guess you prosecutorial and police misconduct. I'm talking about police. Abuse of a witness of person that they had knocked up right now moving and needs our help to rise up and jamal journal is online brek agenda. Look at that. Information is very pertinent. They dammed the kill mea three times during the time he had potato see and it was treating him for something else and dawn the died but was the power the people who brought them back we need sane power right now to put pressure on the department of corrections and also on. Da crash now who lied and said there was no evidence

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"cold blood" Discussed on Scene Of the Crime

Scene Of the Crime

08:09 min | 7 months ago

"cold blood" Discussed on Scene Of the Crime

"At the time but he still remembers this case. I did work on the case. But i was certainly aware of it and as time gone has gone on the ramifications of this case have reverberated few sheriff's office to this very day and we have policies in place that came out of this double hough sign so we'll get to those ramifications in a bit but first let's talk about the scene of the crime. Debbie had recently bought the house so there wasn't a lot of furniture she was right in the middle of that divorce but one thing that was in abundance was new wall white carpet backdrop to that dream -ly bloody scene. One of the officers on the scene would say that. The smell of blood was so thick in the air from the slaughter that it reminded him of a hunters deer camp. It was silent and eerie to not long. After arriving to the scene. They'd gotten a call that the woman who had been taken from the residents had just died from sanguine at the hospital as they checked the bathroom in their duty to secure the scene. Because that's the first thing they have to try to open up that bathroom door but it would only budge. By a couple of inches and larry's body was blocking the door. They reached down and checked his leg for a pulse and didn't find any they were looking for the murderer but there wasn't anyone hiding downstairs so they crept up to the second floor guns drawn. You can just see that. Play out like this is really really scary. They opened the bathroom door and saw a third body submerged in bloody water. A man's face was sticking out everything else was in the water except for little bit of his face and his feet were propped up outside the tub. His skin was was gray and checked for pulse and couldn't find one like the man downstairs. He was dead. They holstered their guns. They were looking at a triple homicide or a double homicide in a suicide. Sheriff urquhart says those first officers on the scene knew that they were not to touch anything and their job was just to secure the scene and step out exactly in the same footprints you know as they went in to preserve that scene. Imagine a crime scene if you look at the body for example if you're talking about homicide then draw concentric circles around that body farther out and farther out and farther out and in a house. Maybe you're all the way outside to the street. And the detectives will start on the street working our way in looking for evidence documenting evidence by out by drawing it or now they've they photographic in the use of video photography as well as still photography and they worked their way in and collect evidence whether it's dna or whether it's a cigarette butts or gone or whatever it is clicked out until i get back to the body and then when they've done all of that and they're ready to move the body then they call in the medical examiner bechtel's comes in picks up. And maybe there's a knife or a gun or more bloodstains or whatever. It is underneath the body the document that so early that morning detectives were going over to the crime scene. Nothing had been moved. The bodies were in place you know everything was exactly the same and the lead detective is inspecting that bathroom upstairs with the dead man in the bathtub. We know that that's bill but they have no idea who that is. They're still trying to piece together. What happened this is eight hours later in. It's quiet around six forty in the morning when they're suddenly a cough and a sputtering. A small splashing sound comes from that bathtub. Oh had to jump out of their skin. Hair stood on the detectives neck when the dead body. This is bill. Sit straight up in that back he can. You imagine that. I'm just i'm picturing. It is like a horror movie. Come to life to detectives. It looked like he was dead so they just left him there in the batum which a standard the last thing they're going to do on a crime scene is removed deceased victims. They wanna keep everything as as as long as they can so they can document that crime scene so to detectives are up in that bathroom lifting evidence off the the bathroom sake and they're dead victim suddenly sits up in the bathtub and is not dead anymore and it scared the absolutely living you-know-what out of these two years. Well they probably don't know if this is a victim or somebody who committed the two murders they didn't know because they were still piecing it all together with such a bloody crime scene. I mean they. They would be at the scene for like three days. I mean it was just a crazy complicated you know. They wanted to make sure that they were doing it right. And it took them a while to kind of piece together. What happened well and to see somebody come back to life. It's so crazy we've heard stories. I mean sure you have of people who buried in ancient times that would come back to life because they didn't realize they were dead. But i thought that because of our modern medicine we had moved beyond that. But apparently we haven't. There's actually phenomenon called lazarus syndrome according to medical news today. This is where there's like delayed return of spontaneous circulation after cpr. So in other words they try cpr. It doesn't work there pronounced dead and then sometime later for no reason it seems whatsoever. There's a return of cardiac activity. The lazarus syndrome is named after lazarus of bethany according to the bible was brought back to life by jesus for days after his death. And that's just one of so many ways that you can accidentally be declared dead. Another one is if you have a neurological disorder locked in syndrome. Where a person might be aware what's happening around them but they have no control over their muscle function. Those people have been declared dead when they weren't and another one which might apply in this case is hypothermia when you're in cold water. The body experiences a sudden drop in temperature and that can cause the heartbeat and the breathing. Slow down to the point. Where almost imperceptible. you know. I mean it's just you know. The the lazarus thing with the biblical we just don't it doesn't happen like when it happens. It just seems like oh my gosh. We've all seen those zombie movies and it just. I can't even imagine what that would have been like for those officers that you know. They thought he was an. We've seen the photos like out of a bloody tub. I mean this had to be quite a sight. He his clothing had to be covered in red. Yeah i mean it's it's the one thing that is you know. He survived to self inflicted wounds. I had read somewhere. And i don't have like medical confirmation that he did do this but that he had taken some pills to before he got in that bathtub and so that would have like like maybe like sleeping pills and so maybe that had something to do with him. Just completely i mean. He was laying there for eight hours in that. Tub and booked dead. But as a result of this case the sheriff's enacted a new policy regarding homicides shortly thereafter after our but our internal investigation was done and we looked at how this happened. There was a new required policy procedure. That anytime a police officer went to a seed were somebody appeared to be dead. He immediately they had to bring in the fire department to make the decision. Was this person dead or not. Because they have more experience without. They have the equipment to do that. And make sure that person as actually expired with the exception of obvious decomposition or perhaps a decapitation would in every other situation happened fire department community. And i can't think of the number of delays that i've gone to as a patrol officer and i ended up seeing in the first thing i do is i make sure that the the fire department came in right behind me to do the declaration because number one. We want to be able to save them if they're not dead appear to be dead and i can't as a patrol officer. I can't always tell the number two on.

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"cold blood" Discussed on Scene Of the Crime

Scene Of the Crime

03:35 min | 7 months ago

"cold blood" Discussed on Scene Of the Crime

"About their trip to the caymans together. Let's let's talk. Let's figure out what's going on as being it'll be here we can figure out what's happening. You is inside is now that he was gonna get ahead of back before you leave on you know. Let's let's get some more. Let's get this straight what what's really happening. What's what what are your intentions with debbie. Any started making making light of it or vice. It wasn't it wasn't a big deal. He moved view of the way they were in the kitchen. And just getting angry than reaching reaching for the life and we. We struggled a bit and one of over by the bathroom fell the bathroom floor. And then you reached for the.

"cold blood" Discussed on Scene Of the Crime

Scene Of the Crime

08:07 min | 7 months ago

"cold blood" Discussed on Scene Of the Crime

"This episode. But here's a few questions you can keep in mind if you or someone you know. Winds up in a love triangle situation. This is from dr alexandra salomon so the first question is in which relationship too i feel most able to bring my fullest and most wholehearted expression of myself second question. What is keeping me from making the choice and the third question. If my best friend was in this spot asking me guidance what would i say to them. And i love that one. That's that's one that. I think about a lot of times when i'm in a situation and i don't know which way to go i think about this was my friend and i was trying to give them advice. What would i tell them. Yeah no i completely agree. I do that as well. I actually do my adult daughter. Who's twenty and i'm like okay. If i came to you with this what would you tell me to do. And that you know that she looked takes a real critical eye on that one. So yeah i mean the those are really great questions to ask oneself. But here's the thing. One of the most crushing among many things about this case which will find out is that many people believe that. Debbie and larry were not even having an affair that it was just a business relationship. So we'll put a pin on that and tell coon with your business relationship. You can't see kim's air there but for this episode it took place remember in nineteen eighty nine so quite a long time ago but i was able to interview the former king county. Sheriff john urquhart. I also had access to the videotaped interviews between forensic psychiatrist dr emmanuel today and bill pollack now dr. Today had extensive experience in the area of homicide and these videotaped interviews took place on december. First and second in one thousand nine hundred nine one to consider when you hear these tapes is that they're from the eighties and they're from vhs. I actually had to get those converted helpful to figure out how to do that. My gosh well. Of course. I didn't do it because i couldn't figure it out. I had to pay someone to do it. But it was really. It was really cool. I mean it was really interesting to watch the video. We're talking. I think it was like six hours and it was very triggering because you know what he did and this interview was with the psychiatrist. Basically for an insanity defense. And so the pausing and the long waits was just so grueling and then just the way that he was presenting himself was just trigger and i was really just kind of like you know how much of this guy do. I want use because the victims. In this case debbie and larry. They're not around to say what happened. Tell their side of the story. How much of a platform we talk about this quite a bit you know when you have killers and they are the ones that are talked about and the victims. Just kind of go to the wayside. Well it's it's hard to do anything different when they are the ones who survived and they are the ones who are able to speak as you said. I mean i think so. Often we talk with family members to help give the victims side of the story. And i think you also do a really good job in these cases of making sure that you share the victim site as well when they can't speak for themselves well and here's the thing to thank you for that. I i really wanted to focus on debbie because another layer to this. Which we'll get to that larry was a local personality. He was a local tv celebrity. So between these two guys you know. Bill was upstanding citizen until he went beserk. Basically and then. Larry was such a beloved local celebrity. That debbie kind of just was like she was this nurse. She was overshadowed totally. And so i really wanted to. I didn't have a lot of backstory on her. But anyway let's get to this love triangle and as everybody knows a love triangle has three points. And i would say at. The top of this triangle was deborah swagger in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight. Debbie had been married to dr david swagger for five years and had a three year old little girl. Debbie also had a ten year old son from a previous relationship. As i mentioned. Debbie was thirty five. She was described as a honey. Haired dimple blonde who was five ten. I mean just that just that description back in the eighties. I just i make sure her. As as a bombshell like cindy crawford or something like you know. I looked at a photo and she just looks like a you know she just dislike like she just looks like someone who loved to have fun and was just like you'd wanna b hang out with her she didn't she wasn't like this vixen. Cindy crawford type. Anyway she'd been an unhappy marriage when she met bill. Who was forty eight on a flight to hawaii in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight that was put together by the air force reserves employer support group so i did not know what that was. I'd never heard of that but basically it's like a group that helps like former people in military like with employment services like the mission statement is employer support of the guard and reserve is the department of defense program that develops and promotes supportive. Work environments for servicemembers in the reserve components through outreach recognition and educational opportunities that increase awareness of applicable laws it also provides assistance in resolving conflicts between the service members and their employers so as a nurse We know why debbie was on this. I think that she was a well. I know she was a civilian. And i think that it was a way for her to market her business that she was working on and we'll get into her business in a minute but bill was a former. Us navy submarine officer. Who was certified to even command nuclear submarines but in one thousand nine hundred eight. He was a civilian but was also a naval reserve officer. He was a well respected. Business leader in the tri cities. An executive with boeing computer services. Bill had actually earned a master's degree from the prestigious wharton school of business so bill had quite a resume but his brother would later describe him as a romantic the type of guy who would be walking in the woods with a lover take out a penknife and carved their names into the tree. He would be like hot and heavy and relationships but then something would fizzle. Bill was married to his first wife for seventeen years and had two children but when he met debbie on that flight he was eight years into his second marriage. So talking about the triangle. Larry stir home. That's a name you'll want to remember. He was also part of this reserve group as well. He was the public information officer for mcchord air force base and worked closely with the air force reserves. Employer support group. We'll get back to larry in a bit. But that's the connection that they all had. I guess debbie had met larry before she even met bill so she she'd known him longer. But they all met through this organization. When debbie and bill met on that flight they fell for each other on that trip when they got back they started exchanging these love letters. Bill lived in the tri cities. And that's about three and a half hours from where debbie lived near seattle but roughly a month later they would meet at a hotel and very quickly they started this like steamy affair that would lead to both of them actually asking their partners for divorce. This is so crazy to me because like you said. They both already had marriages means supposedly successful relationships. Why would they want to jump out of that to jump into each other's arms. But i was looking at this. This article from a group called the ferry. God boss about why smart powerful women tend to fall for toxic controlling men and what they say is that one of the reasons is strong. Women are willing to put in the work. They see a guy with some potential rather than wasting time looking around on the meat market. They'd rather just invest their time in a relationship and they say that narcissistic controlling men actually look for these type of women to they need someone who's willing to stroke their ego. Make them the center of the universe and of course when the women can't continue to do that forever that's when things tend to get ugly and one final point they say if the sex is good in a relationship that can make it even harder for a woman to give up again if they see potential for future with this guy because the sexist good you know it's worth sticking around trying to give it the.

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The Markeith Loyd Case

Sword and Scale

05:19 min | 8 months ago

The Markeith Loyd Case

"On january seven twenty seventeen. Master sergeant debra clayton had just begun her seven. Am shift she stopped at an orlando walmart to grab some grapes master. Sergeant clayton's thoughts must have been preoccupied that day. She made her way to the checkout line and failed to notice the man checking out a few feet away from her. The man was markeith loyd. His face was one debra. Clayton should have recognized. His photo was on every news channel around the clock. it was dangerous. wanted man on this particular day. Lloyd war a black security. Jackson pushed a heavy cart full of groceries. Deborah paid for her grapes and walked to her cruiser. Unaware of the turn her morning was about to take less than a minute later. A woman in the walmart checkout line spotted lloyd. She recognized him immediately from television. The woman hurried out of the store pretending to be ignorant of lloyd's presence when she noticed a familiar smile and the parking lot. She ran to master sergeant clayton and warned her about the fugitive inside just as she picked up her radio to contact dispatch and alert them citing lloyd exit the walmart. Here's walmart employees. Monica prison recounting what. She witnessed that day. Amnesty as she. She's walking towards the store. That's what i heard her say. Hey you and to me. All hell broke loose. That's what i stood up when i heard him say. Hey you master sergeant. Clayton commanded lloyd the stop but he pushed his shopping cart at her and ran to take cover behind pole. And i literally watched marquee blew away all seen with some running around the scene and pulled his gun out and they were shooting at each other like a western movie. Mr wanna say about six to seven shots. I don't know exactly. It was crazy that morning. And mr markeith pretty much was trying to unload as he was really trying to get rid of her personal. Deborah was unaware of how dangerous markeith loyd was. But you don't become a wanted man for any small crime. She had just come face to face with a cold blooded killer. And then all of a sudden. A seamless deborah fall. I guess that's what she must have called. I got shot or something on the radio or walkie talkie forty two year old. Markeith loyd was not always a one man living in the streets and having lots with police officers. Markeith was born on an air force base in south dakota markets. Father died shortly after more. Keith was born from a drug overdose leaving him in the care of his mother and siblings. After the death of his father the family moved to orlando florida. At a young age markeith started to show strange behavior. He would sit in front of the tv and watch the miniseries roots. Excessively the show roots follows a fifteen year old african boy who was captured and sold into slavery. You may recognize the main character. Who was played by lavar burton who later became joyti la forge on star trek the next generation the honored in any case this pre reading rainbow show was very controversial at the time it showed the cruel treatment of slaves in a way that was considered graphic and had never been done before markeith sister tanya explains what it was like for markeith to become entrenched in an obsession with the show. Put him in a bad place almost as it when he would watch do it would become as if he was the one being oppressed in that very moment as if he could feel every lash that they that they did it was almost surreal for him like almost he was there around. The age of nine markeith was taken to a mental institution for displaying strange behavior. Although he was only there for a few days it was clear he was suffering from delusions. By the time he reached the age of fifteen markeith began selling drugs and also stealing in order to feed himself and his siblings two years later when he was seventeen. He chose the wrong car to steal. He knowingly attempted to steal a vehicle owned by a powerful orlando drug dealer. I remember my mom. Got the phone call to come to come and get him and take him to the hospital in initially thought it was a you know maybe kind to a fight or something but will we got to him. He was unrecognizable. They had held him for over. Twenty four hours and tortured him. They let him go in. The woods was shooting at him as he ran away so he finally he saw light in rant horse light and ended up making his way to my grandmother's house. So we will so when we get back there to see him. i guess that he was unrecognizable. After his kidnapping markets mind developed an unnatural level of

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Lizards and snakes will feel global warmings effects

Climate Connections

01:12 min | 9 months ago

Lizards and snakes will feel global warmings effects

"Animals like polar bears make headlines because of the threats they face from climate change. But there's so many other animals and plants that are just overlooked or not considered by most of the public. I think reptiles one of groups. David pilat is an ecologist at the us geological survey in boise idaho. He says that because lizards and snakes are cold blooded animals. They're sensitive to temperature changes. His ongoing research suggests that as the climate warms. Their geographic ranges will likely shift. What we're finding is that there's a number of species that are going to be moving northward or moving up in elevation for example. A snake called the northern rubber boa which lives mostly in the northwestern u. s. as the climate warms. Its habitat in the. Us may shrink. It may be able to move farther into canada but whether the animal can get there is a whole 'nother thing because of roads and cities and other types of fragmentation or barriers says. It's important to predict where species survive in the future. So wildlife managers can prepare now and take steps to protect even the scaly slithery ones.

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28: JEREMY BAMBER Murdered His OWN FAMILY - burst 2

A Psych For Sore Minds

01:00 min | 9 months ago

28: JEREMY BAMBER Murdered His OWN FAMILY - burst 2

"Tie like go from a different angle because my area of expertise is forensic psychiatry. Which is the crossover of mental defending offending. So i picked a specific angle related. This this is without question. The most gruesome at cold-blooded bernstein said jeremy bamber third fine members and family called blood. Then try to frame it on his sister who has schizophrenia. I should say has. She's vixen sheets mud at the age of twenty eight and a two twin boys secure. So this will happen in essex the uk so foreign friends essex as a county northeast of loaded when women have a reputation of being very friendly. So i'm going to answer questions in these episodes including how realistic was it for jeremy. Bamba try to frame his sister and what john

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Falling iguanas possible in South Florida amid temperature drop

CBS Weekend News Roundup

00:30 sec | 9 months ago

Falling iguanas possible in South Florida amid temperature drop

"Should look up. The National Weather Service in Miami has issued an unofficial warning to residents to watch out for falling iguanas later this week. A cold spell is expected and the cold blooded reptiles slow down when temperatures drop into the forties. They've been known to stiffen up and fall out of trees, but experts say they're not dead. Just a mobile temperatures are expected to drop into the thirties and forties for the holidays in the sunshine State. Meteorologists say it could be the coldest Chris Missing South Florida since 1999 Lisa

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Max Rose On Defeat in New York's 11th Congressional District

Why Is This Happening? with Chris Hayes

05:11 min | 10 months ago

Max Rose On Defeat in New York's 11th Congressional District

"Today a rare sequel. Which is the congressman from the eleventh district new york which is all of staten island and parts of brooklyn. A guy by the name of max rose. He was on our program before is he's got a fascinating story in history. You're a very very good race in two thousand eighteen and defeated a republican incumbent in that race and then lost this time around in a district. That was a difficult district. Everyone knew it would be a frontline district and so as with. Deb mukherjee powell. I thought rather than going to the pundits or looking at big aggregate polling data one of the best ways to find out what was happening on the ground in this election in various different places to go to people that ran those races. And so it's a great pleasure to have congressman. Max rose back in the program. How you doing I i should note Out the top that you've announced an exploratory committee to run for mayor. And i just want to sort of enter that evidence and put that to the side because we agreed to do this You know before that. That news was broken I think the new york mayoral race can be fascinating. And i think my last check. There's one hundred and seventy three candidates so your brother hasn't signed up for any of that true. Actually here her you right about that. We'll be a determining factor who wins. Well i'm sure he'll appreciate that. So so congressman. Tell me you know. let's let's go back. I just tell me a little bit about your district if if folks did not hear that first episode will you know where your district it's politics are like absolutely and pleased for the duration of this conversation and our whole going forward. Just call me max out your max as of january we just did maximum so you know although thanks for for for searing in so eleven. Congressional district comprising staten island in south brooklyn is the only traditionally republican conservative congressional district in new york city. And it's also a district on the highest rate of unionization in the country. Town of city workers state workers. Some federal workers alive retirees middle-class. But i definitely a district that i described as extraordinarily patriotic not republican or democrat though at the federal level has traditionally voted republican. That's the only district in the country that went for mccain in a way that obama in twelve trump and sixteen by more than the state of texas Twenty twenty voted for donald trump at an even higher marching than twenty sixteen Eleven points this time around. And i'll sure we'll get into the details of what actually went down. But it remains a district that i am a deeply fond of in place that i call home practical home and i'll continue to call. Actually what my wife and i closed on an apartment the day after day bottled blonde apartment. And i'm sitting there and signing the mortgage. I'm thinking you guys a what did you watch the news last night or did thankfully it went through. That would have been cold if the banker and the next day was like sorry. We were watching new york one and We're not sure revenue stream here. It would have been cold blooded but also quintessentially new york. Sorry for the l. But this ain't gonna go through. They have some confidence. It'll be able to find some gainful employment confidence do well. So so let's start on that. One thing that i think is is really interesting is just that there were districts that swung trump in two thousand sixteen. And then you know. The nation as a whole in the aggregate probably swung About two and two and a half points away from trump right Now there are some places like the joe. The atlanta suburbs. That swung way more than that. And there's You know there are some places that swung even more towards trump your district and particularly. Let's let sort of distinguish between the brooklyn part of the district. Which i'm gonna put aside and just talk about. Staten island even though your district is both but staten island is a really distinct part of new york city. And you're saying that that that's one towards trump and twenty sixteen and then even more towards trump in two twenty twenty. No that's not what happened to note that staten island voted for donald trump. By less out fascinating brooklyn swung extraordinarily towards donald trump. So it's it's really really important that we not try to say old slice of the electorate to the point where we are overlooking where trump voters are in actually all four the four boroughs beside staten island all shifted towards donald trump by five to twelve percentage points.

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Bobi Wine, Uganda Opposition Leader, Released From Jail

Weekend Edition Saturday

04:24 min | 11 months ago

Bobi Wine, Uganda Opposition Leader, Released From Jail

"Bobby, one is running for president and there's blood in the streets of Uganda to wine is the activist and singer who's running against president. You are in new seven E, who's been in power since 1986. Authorities arrested Bobby Wine on Wednesday. His supporters protested and police responded brutally. The BBC and local press say that Dozens of people have been killed. Bobby Wine has just been released after several days in detention and joins us Mr One. Thanks so much for being with us again. Thank you very much good for having me and greetings to all the listeners. How are you doing? Well, I'm still alive. That's all I can say. How are you and your supporters treated in prison where we will be team and paper sprayed and looked up. We were not allowed any access to our lawyers, our families or our doctors. The government says you were arrested for breaking covert 19 laws by holding a political rally. Is that how you see it? Well, I must say the cup in 19 has been weaponized toe be used against the opposition and in particular the biggest rate off President Museveni's 34 year old group on power. While President Museveni cause around the country holding positions on holding big rallies. He is not allowing us to reach out to the people. If any of you that I was holding my campaign meeting I was left there by the police. You say police led you to the scene of this rally. Do you think they you were set up? Well, I know that person really is so scared off the support that we have the support that I personally have. He has been challenged so much, because wherever he goes, he has to pay young men and women to put on T shirts and put an image of support. Unfortunately, only side wherever I show up. Masses and masses with young people show are following us on these people are being tear gassed on targeted with life bullets. The BBC and independent. Local journalists say that a number of your supporters were apparently killed. By government forces who fired into the crowd. Do you have a message for your supporters at this moment? Possible? I send condolences to the families that have lost loved ones. Been informed as soon as I was out of jail that more than 37 young men and women wear short on killed in cold blood by the regime forces. But also I'm aware that more than 58 in critical conditions in different hospitals across the country, while more than 500 have been arrested and detained, we stand in solidarity with them. And will continue to call upon them to pay nonviolent But to be assertive, And to remember that operates people cannot be oppressed forever. We shall soon break free from the shackles of oppression. The election is January 14th. Do you worry about what could happen between now and then? Yes and no, No, I don't want it because I'm sure we will win this election. Yes, I'm worried because I know that Museveni prides himself in raking elections and this might not be an exception. That is why I call upon all you cannons to cut their foot but also call upon international community and international media to keep their eyes on the people of Uganda because This seems to be our last short at liberation. Remember, since Independence Day in 1960 to Uganda has never had a peaceful transfer of power from one leader to another. That is what we long for on that is what we are sure we're going to keep it if the entire world stands with the people of Uganda. Activist musician Bobby Wine who was continuing his campaign for president in Uganda. Thanks so much for being with us, Mr Wine. Thank is good.

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Ellen DeGeneres apologises and says 'things happened that never should have' as TV show returns

Mark Simone

01:20 min | 1 year ago

Ellen DeGeneres apologises and says 'things happened that never should have' as TV show returns

"You hear Ellen yesterday, you know, came out over the summer. You know, Ellen, when you're on TV, she's so sweet. She talks about everybody. Please be so kind to be kind to everybody. Then behind the scenes, the most toxic work environment. Nasty, vicious, rotten Ellen, That was the story of swirling around all summer. Jobar that you know if you're in the broadcasting business there many people through the years who on the air are the sweetest, most angelic people. Then as soon as the Microsoft screaming at you like a maniac, you've seen that a million Times Avenue. Oh, absolutely. And it's usually the really nice people. On the other classic example was Arthur Godfrey, who was the biggest TV star in the fifties. This sweet, folksy home. Ba little guy who was officious fish is cold blooded killer in real life Assumes the micro go and we see it all the time. So Ellen had to explain all this So yesterday, first day back New season He's trying to save the show and she addressed. I learned the things happened here That never should have happened. I take that very seriously and I want to say I am so sorry to the people who were affected. I know that I'm in a position of privilege and power, and I realized that with that comes responsibility and I take responsibility for what happens at my show.

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Camila Russo: The Defiant  Laying Bare the Story of Ethereum

Epicenter

06:17 min | 1 year ago

Camila Russo: The Defiant Laying Bare the Story of Ethereum

"Lows two jobs. When did you first hear about a theory? In twenty seventeen Crypto for Bloomberg the first time was when I grow kind of one of the first stories on ICO's for Bloomberg and I remember just like trying to wrap my head around what these things were. It's like Bitcoin, but it's different vigil currencies on Anyone can issue them on. They're on top of the other blockchain cerium and you know I was coming at crypto coverage from. A markets perspective. So I didn't have a lot of technical knowledge about how blockchain's worker crypto were or anything I. I understood the value proposition of bitcoin from having a cover like Argentina land but that was my extent of knowledge of it. So it was like writing that first. ICO. Story was I think when I, I started looking at a theorem for the first time, and then just like as I kept covering the space is for the rest of two thousand seventeen I started to learn more and more about understood. Okay. Syria is team like. But whites valuable. It's because it's it tries to be more flexible than than Bitcoin, and that's why it's easier for people to issue all these different tokens on top of it and so. That's kind of seeing all of this kind of frenzy around ICO's on these tokens on this like millions of dollars worrying in I was like there's something here you know. This kind of decentralized way of raising money and ethereal kind of the platform ebeling this. Back. In January, we interviewed Steve Kokinos and Sylvia mccully of Al and during our conversation, we talked about how unique design makes it easy for developers to build sophisticated applications on their platform. So what's great about Algorithm beyond the fact that it's fast, it's secure it scales and it has instant finality is the fact that they've designed Allaire one protocol with primitives that are purpose built for define. So what that means is that they've taken some of the most common things that people do with smart contracts and they've embedded them right in the system right in the layer one. So things like issuing tokens atomic transfers, these are built into the layer. One spark contracts are first class citizens on all grant. So with these essential building blocks at your disposal, you can build fast insecure defy APPs in no time. To learn more about what Al brings to the table and how to get started, I would encourage you to check out algren dot com slash epicenter that lets them know that you heard about it from us and it takes you where you need to go to learn about their tech. And what that we'd like to Algorithm for supporting the PODCAST? What point do you does one? Say I'M GONNA write a book about something that's never something that's ever crossed my mind or I think a lot of people's minds. What point you do you decide to write a book and then what is the process I mean forget about the process of writing the book. But like what's the process of figuring out what kind of book you WanNa Right because you could have written this book in all I mean it's very. Descriptive account of what happens it's mostly in the third person, you could have written a fiction you know you could have written. First hand account of your interviews what was the process for the creative process? I guess figuring out the of book you wanted to write. For background I always wanted to write a book like that's been kind of a goal of mine forever I got into journalism because I like writing I guess like growing up. One of my favorite books was in cold blood by Truman Capote and I think you know that was the first time I realized while you. You can write about real life like nonfiction in a way that reads like a novel and that to me was really powerful because. To journalism and especially business journalism, which is usually so dry. I found that okay stories can make vs very kind of complex dry concepts come alive if you tell them in the right way and so getting the the example from. Truman capote and then especially Michael Lewis exile. Kate while like this is a really powerful way of speaking about nonfiction and obviously I love fiction it's it's what I personally read the most. I disliked you know if I was ever to write a book, I would want to provided like value to readers by bringing something from the real world and making it. And read like story because I just thought you know there's like so many interesting stories in the real world you know that needs to be highlighted. So why should I like go on invent another story for my own imagination they're already so much to tell in real life at some point. I think it was probably when you get into the Bloomberg internship, they give you like of recommended readings and one of them was Michael Lewis Books I think it was liar's poker and so when I read that book, I, was like, okay like I need to find that story that I can pick up until like Michael. Lewis. His folks. So I was like always on the lookout for that like what can the story that I can tell in this way like in a something I can make into a nonfiction novel. And I think with Crypto was kind of the first time that I thought. Okay. This is this is where I needed to find my story to tell. I meant to say fictionally, I'm interested like a dramatized version like something a little bit more like. Of course, you could make fiction of the story of a theory, but like a something akin to the bitcoin billionaires book right whereas like this kind of more dramatized version of the facts. But like the way you wrote the book is like this very kind of factual account. It reads like a novel it does read like a story, but it's like very factual thing based on your interviews based on your conversations. When you're reading it you really get the idea like this is how things happened.

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Widow of retired cop killed in St. Louis speaks at GOP convention

Hugh Hewitt

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Widow of retired cop killed in St. Louis speaks at GOP convention

"Featured many speeches. One was a moving speech from the widow of a retired black ST Louis police captain. Killed during the rights that erupted after the death of George Floyd and Dorn tearfully recalled the night her 77 year old husband tried to protect a friend store targeted by looters. They shot and killed David in cold blood. And then live streamed his execution, Dorn told the RNC and contrast of those calling to defund the police. President. Trump knows we need more David's in our communities, not fewer Republicans warning this week, the Democrat calls to defund or scale back police departments. Could give rise to even more violence in US cities in Charlotte for the Republican National Convention. Eyeball Agnew, Japanese Prime Minister Ave

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2 men indicted in 2002 killing of Run-DMC's Jam Master Jay

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

2 men indicted in 2002 killing of Run-DMC's Jam Master Jay

"Prosecutors say they have solved the two thousand two murder of DJ jam master Jay of run DMC but their indictment questions his reputation as a role model I'm marquees are loaded with the latest run DMC had performed anti drug concerts and released anti drug singles now prosecutors say jam master Jay was shot over cocaine deal acting U. S. attorney south to Sharm says Ronald Washington and Carl Jordan junior who are in custody were responsible for James death they walked in and they murdered him in cold blood prosecutors say Jay would bring in bulk amounts of cocaine to sell retail and he was killed for cutting Washington out of a deal to sell cocaine in Maryland run DMC's publicist has not commented on the indictments

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Bugs Week Morning Quiz

Chompers

02:17 min | 1 year ago

Bugs Week Morning Quiz

"Fly Get in here Oh. Right. I forgot it's bugs week? And to start this week, we've got a quiz for you. Which of these bugs do people eat? Is it ants? Crickets. Or Beetles. To figure it out, let's learn more about these creepy crawlies, but I swim rushing to the other side of the top of your mouth, but don't brush to heart. Okay I up. aides may be small, but these little guys are some of the strongest bugs around some ants can carry up to fifty times their weight. That's like a kid lifting a car. So people eat. Or maybe crunch on crickets. Crickets are known for their soothing song like this. But. Did you know that how fast crickets sing depends on the weather? Explain after you switch. You're brushing to the bottom of your mouth. And get the molars in the back home. Crickets are cold, blooded animals. Most cold blooded animals get sleepy when it's cold, outside and crickets due to. And because they're sleepy. They sing slower. Off. When it's warm, they have more energy and they sing faster like this. So. Do you think people eat crickets? They eat beetles. Switzer rushing to the other side of the of your mouth. And brushless front teeth to. One of the most famous types of beetles is the Dung Beetle? Dung beetles do a really important

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"cold blood" Discussed on BrainStuff

BrainStuff

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"cold blood" Discussed on BrainStuff

"Seem to mind collaborating with gopher tortoises. Members of both species will sometimes go dormant together inside the same borough. Likewise, snakes often share their dens with other snakes garter snakes are famous for hibernated in huge groups that may consist of hundreds or even thousands of individuals one Canadian then reportedly contained no fewer than eight thousand stakes Indiana Jones and other video files will want to keep their distance a snakes, go garters are remarkably cold, tolerant one species can even survive the unbelievable experience of having forty percent of the liquid water inside its body freeze solid. But only if it's allowed to thaw out after a few hours, but the wood frog takes freeze tolerance too. A whole new level. A North American native this cold weather warrior has the distinction of being the only m fibia in the western hemisphere whose range extends into the Arctic circle every autumn would frogs bury themselves under thin blanket of leaf litter on the forest floor. There. They will remain dormant for up to eight months in the process, the heart temporarily stops beating and the frogs enter state of suspended animation left to the mercy of the elements, the Vivians freeze at temperate and polar latitudes. Fortunately, the liver pumps loads of glucose into the bloodstream while you're in is retained within the body all that helps keep the cells from drying out, which is what would normally happen during the freezing process. Therefore, if will sixty five percent of all the water in wood, frogs body can become frozen and the Infineon will still live to ribbit another day. Moreover, the frog may be kept frozen at negative eighteen degrees celsius or about zero degrees Fahrenheit for as long as two hundred eighteen days. Another example of this cool. Survival strategy can be found in far north Russia. The Siberian salamander lives in areas that get temperatures of negative fifty degrees celsius that's negative fifty eight Fahrenheit or lower to stay alive. It hibernates underneath logs vegetation and snowbanks compound in their bloodstream keeps the critters alive when the majority of its body water turns to ice. Tristram ebben Fibbens with poor digging skills like the word frog tend to either hibernate in pre existing Burrows or find shelter at ground level. Good brewers such as the American toad and spotted salamander proactively did winter holes themselves that extend below the frost line. For quickly inclined him Vivians, there's another option bullfrogs are lake into pond denizens who find oxygen rich bodies of water and spend their winters imprisoned under the surface of ice that forms their painted. Turtles employ a similar strategy reptiles generally used their lungs to breathe, but some semi aquatic turtles can also absorb waterborne oxygen through their skin overwintering painted turtles do this extremely well. Plus they can lower their metabolic rates to the tune.

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"cold blood" Discussed on BrainStuff

BrainStuff

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"cold blood" Discussed on BrainStuff

"Humans are Endo therms. Meaning that our bodies produce heat internally. We're also able to maintain a body temperature that stays more or less constant so we should count our blessings not all animals have these physiological advantages apart from a handful of species like the monstrously big leatherback sea. Turtle very few reptiles or Infineon's are able to keep their bodies at a constant temperature. And since they can't one themselves up these creatures must extract heat from their environment. But what happens when that environment gets colder? How to frogs snakes turtles make it through the winter months and places that see blankets of snow. I still relax and subfreezing temperatures year after year a lot of reptiles amphibians undergo periods of extreme seasonal inactivity. When the weather gets colder, they may experience decreased heart rates slowed metabolism's and lower overall body temperatures scientis. Disagree over what to call the state? Everyone accepts that it some kind of dormancy. But while some experts classify it as hibernating others refer to it as Brum Asian dormant, snakes generally holed themselves up in winter dens. These shelters may take the form of an abandoned rodent burrow and exposed credit on a rock face or some naturally occurring. Whole underneath a tree. Various thanks also been known to turn household basements or garages into winter lodges in seasonally cold areas, like Canada and the northern United States, snakes must choose their dens with care. Ideally, a winter hang out spot will descend below the local frost line, the maximum depth beneath the ground at which soil freezes adding.

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"cold blood" Discussed on High Noon

High Noon

03:31 min | 3 years ago

"cold blood" Discussed on High Noon

"No i didn't i didn't know i didn't i thought they had got that mess heidi lean it's all i'd nobody was allowed oh so you've got a knock off coats guy well knock off coats one man is a beautiful state of green to another read your thing just read it oh i'm going to charles wait wade at all bullying instead of doing in closing i'd like to talk about sixty three year old golfer greg norman posing naked espn the body issue or as i called it get naked shoes greg norman isn't the only confident all the body is you look at fifty five year old jerry rice is it it says quote i think i'm more muscular now win i played football and let me tell you what the get naked issue points out every year that i think is probably a bit of under eight years go a whole lot more jews out here then you realize you just can't wait for somebody to call them and ask them to get negative for magazine i remember when they hit prince field into mega you know when that was kind of a safe source body issues body confidant all my husband putting this was looking up david like yeah go get a man they applaud the confidence and one day they wish somebody would ask them husky me to get naked into magazine i just didn't know how many people just want to get naked for magazine i mean is vince will work though the furthest end of the spectrum that we go or is there like a tolo cologne how because by the way the body issue is the greatest thing to happen for espn the magazine my lovely lovely employer the reason i'm at this company it's a great idea like hey remember that swimsuit issue what if athletes did it and they were naked really so vince will ford in the issue was interesting because he wanted to prove point he was trying to explain to people i just have a good i'm not actually the rest of his body absolutely correct as a giant good fuel tanks for a love machine which i always respect in closing i would like to clarify that not all star wars fans or this terrible bomani jones there is a thing happening with the last jedi i it is less star wars movie oh this is a great start for me to argue this point but there is a great controversy around the last jedi new stores movie you have never seen star wars so you're not going to able to one you're one of them on a date you remember which one episode three you've got the worst version of star wars education but the point is that all of these fans very angry about the last jedi because they don't like people who look like this in some cases actors of color actress color are in the story they don't like what they did with luke skywalker and all of that so they are crowdfunding and attempt not to like protests the movie any further but to make a new version of the movie they are asking for money to get producers and directors and people who work on film sets to redo the movie and release a better berge and of the movie that everyone that they like conceit which is so so much how much money o'day rate i well here's the thing it is hashtag remake the last yet i do not go and contribute to that hashtag they've raised money they have not specified how but that's my question on this because people come up with ridiculous gofundme me and stuff all the time the thing that is more mindblowing how much money people give to the go fund me this right and that's what i want to see how much money people are willing to put in to remake a movie i'll be date under if you're going to remake it put us in and how about that.

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"cold blood" Discussed on High Noon

High Noon

03:58 min | 3 years ago

"cold blood" Discussed on High Noon

"He did this we don't have to audit this this is just straight up yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah real about about nigeria's up to nothing so it was looking to use it looks like argentine is going to be hit back south america man they look hey you're down say marketable yeah i feel terrible for them this this team this is not like a directive from above this is how they all feel okay didn't they broke it then they they broke it bubalo the argentine broadcast is making too big a deal of this i cannot quite put myself in their shoes because i was not raised in the country a country that lives and dies on the performance of a team that is so important that one of their players when they made the world cup final four years ago in brazil have your mush rondo played with a torn rectum like there is a level of self sacrifice a level of importance placed upon this game that i personally cannot ever truly envision but he did that's that was the medical report why i can't think of any job that i would want to complete in such a way right is there anything that you that we do have three months three months i don't know think about the fact that they wrote commercials for medications to help take care of things area though is so should embarrassed with thing for people to talk about you know why because he doll back that's apparently a horrible level of pain to live with all the time is speaking of being impacting that is not caused by any toward or a fi we have diego maradonna check check know rj argentine soccer great during the is the game progresses gold can you begin by it only got worse with the first goal down oh to picky about way can you do you ever did you ever watch the magic school bus you know that no serious about how people shrink down and get into a magic school bus enter the human body magic beating inside pig maradonna's by by the way the magic school bus is that sounds like a show for children to sounds like a psychedelic rock album from the nineteen sixties loved it so thirteen hundred dollars is how much the lubaton spikes by marvin bagley with the third and call it a sexy and on their wardrobe that's how much they cost bomani thirteen hundred dollars let's take a look at that steve but okay go have a whole funky foot generation so those are no that's not like the no show sock that's just the bad on it doesn't look like he got a son that is you got a special order your no show socks that's all i would assume you have a special order of everything foot related but bomani here's the real question what's the most ever spent on a pair of shoes gone over five hundred dollars i haven't done anything like super ridiculous as of yet that's where i that's where i go on to about five hundred of them though man we couldn't have thirteen hundred that's not a really high number percentage that's pretty it is their salary oh forget about their salaries people have thirteen hundred dollar shoes you just don't know who they are because they're women there are plenty shoes they go into this space it's like you could start up in up in up in up in up in shoe game thirteen hundred eighty four i see like this is the equivalent though of showing up to an event and your female friend if you're a lady is wearing the same dress as you right isn't darasing i didn't fully catch the idea that they were both wearing the same ones and by the way is proof that thirteen hundred dollars much no somebody else could show with the same exact shoe they like one of those those up and down they gave them the up down and they both judge each other because i'm sure the coordination of the pants wasn't up to snuff but that would that would be the most new thing ever got into a tussle at the draft over wearing the.

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High Noon

02:52 min | 3 years ago

"cold blood" Discussed on High Noon

"To put in a key detail oh comfortable that we've may be uber driver religious jameis winston grabs yes rock over while while she was in the car james wisden says that uber driver is confused about how many people were in the car and who was sitting next to her because she says he's the only person in the car he says no apparently there were other people in the car they seem to be what he's intimating we got two sides here of limited credibility one of them is james winston the other is the nfl so it becomes very important for us to see what exactly the nfl its investigation comes back with well we won't have though because apparently whispered will not appeal here is a challenge to whatever the investigative method happened to be so we're going to have to take everybody's word for it and james whistler the nfl whose word or are you willing to take the nfl seems to have realized something and mike florio pointed this out so i want to cite him on this the nfl has been trying to simulate the justice system for so long and it seems they've honed in on a part of the justice system that they haven't quite embraced before and that is the plea deal a plea deal which involves the party in question jameis winston admitting to something not necessarily everything agreeing to a perhaps reduced sentence but moving the idea of an appeal just makes this so much easier in terms of the pr in theory yes in theory but we're to the next level of this this involves james winston like we'd probably be having a similar conversation if this involved been robbed this burger but a lot of where people are going to come from on this matter depends on whether or not you think was committed a sexual assault in two thousand thirteen and that's the thing that hangs over him all the time because the way that investigation was done i don't be the police investigating the festively i don't know what to do with that right i don't know how i'm supposed to use the fact that he was accused of a sexual assault that wasn't properly investigated i don't feel like i have answers that makes me confident i could say one way or another would did or did not happen but there's already been a common britain paper in tampa y'all in for james winston to be released you're going to hear more of this depending on what is in their report and i don't think it's a ridiculous thing to say no no and it's worth pointing out that the attorney for the uber driver in question here i believe is the same attorney as erica kinsman who of course was the florida state student in the jameis winston previous scenario that we've heard and florida state was found guilty of title nine violation at the very least so the institutions here are also grappling with this ways that the justice department is ready to and the question man is in having into some linebacker does in hatton into some defensive end this is happening to order branch is nfl quarterback is eighteen willing to release a quarterback over conduct at that age you're going to find out and it's not going to be anything.

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High Noon

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"cold blood" Discussed on High Noon

"Doesn't do well but he thinks he's dominated at like all offense of play in the post like he believes he's dominant post player the synergy numbers that harper brought this up they put them below fifty percentile in things like this there are things the stuff you told you about working on his game the pick and pop he does do that well he just doesn't seem to want to do but you know where i want him to go the golden state warriors because you know how there are endowed professorships in academia like dwight howard seems destined for the javale mcgee memorial scholarship for troubled big wave a golden state stop and think about what you just said you just put former seth right or sure that's right how in the same boat is the dune they were shooting oh that's where this is because you have like a thirty thirty game land you wouldn't very good less year but it also smells like veteran minimum is because people don't like him he ain't play veteran minimum am to find each day dues it michael porter jr was walking away frizz seventy that's what it should right the hornets should be taking but we have to talk about this jameis winston story full monty because we have news that the nfl reportedly plans to suspend the quarterback for the first three games of the twenty eighteen season for violating the league's personal conduct policy according to our own adam schefter here's the quote from schefter winston could be notified as early as friday but others think you'll be handed down sometime in the next week also cautioned that the circumstances surrounding it still could lead to an increase or decrease of the three games jeff cameron of upn radio says suspension doesn't necessarily mean at the nfl found winston guilty of the allegations now this is dating back to an incident we would call it with an uber a woman female driver and a person who was in that car or not in car depending on whether you believe the female lubar driver or james winston but what will be suspended over apparently for the jeff cameron is a failure to report that as a lot of catch up on a story that some may have forgotten but what do you think when you hear it well hold on we have.

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04:17 min | 3 years ago

"cold blood" Discussed on High Noon

"That he's got no bank down it's that rather than back down he is going forward like you're not going to take a shot at him and him not take a shot back to which i say i hope you are really good right and that's not a knock on hill because i don't blame them right there for the this kind of man i hope you really good baker mayfield is the player who has been fading on twitter all of the criticisms so this tells me that if he's challenged in a mono amano scenario he's certainly ready he's prepared to defend himself against all of the critics that may be out there but i learned that i don't necessarily want to challenge your meals with across legs like would that part of the video did you like them like that dude seems like he is a veteran while also clearly no no no if you go to come at him you better be right and it seemed like he was ready for this one when he walked into door and make you imagine what like to do but when he was fourteen so there's another controversy this police encounter coward to his credit also questioned him about if you can watch that i have a general rule don't like my quarterback showing up on police video don't love this draftable for so let's watch it that's why i don't like them there's a lot of regret to it but at the same time there was a rude awakening to responsibility and accountability for me that lesson they was harshly learned yeah could've learned it over time but that was just very opening for me by the way that's the best answer you've given me in ten minutes by far embarrassed learned a lot that's what i want to hear a general manager that's that's the best thirty seconds in your interview right there that's what grownup say that makes me like you i don't understand why we want to mold players into guys who give answers that would please general managers what i served only read that was a great answer yeah but it was about to say the thing that's interesting about that at all levels ironic is because of the way he kicks it that was this syra thing that you've ever seen somebody apologize something like that we've got me though i think that may have been the first time i actually watched that video that was shot all right put your name on it puts them respect on minds symphorien ba player eddie house in response to an anonymous scowls comparing trae young g him let's listen i want to be steph and there's only one step he feels more like an eddie house where he might have been gains but the turnovers like of size lack of weight is that you know overs lack of socks and i'm like okay and flu that was like super can you put his name on it and if he didn't play longer than me and got a championship you need to button on really now all i he's so we watched like and we laughed so hard when we i realized because we didn't know when we heard the quote right the thing i found that to be as accurate a description of eighty house as you could think that there was and i'm not saying that dislike him easy don't be a player of course that sounds like a scout a report of any house aide by the way not a guy that you take in the top five of the nba draft no and look the anonymous scouts is a figment of many people's nightmares because he's not here with his name it could be anybody right about that today on a dude it's like twenty people that'll say the exact fit it is just awkward when you compare like ben simmons to larger eric snow with a pet koala like as long as eric's nose out on set with you when that joke me because and was all i need is a real chance and a clean slate where it's not people talking about my past said dwight howard who will reportedly get bought out and become a free agent would he be good addition to a top team do here's the problem there are still a lot of things that he does very well that could really help your basketball last year he did them well the problem is there things he.

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03:51 min | 3 years ago

"cold blood" Discussed on High Noon

"So apparently to kids in the fire department jersey that was with the knoxville is the kid that was crying about four things got context that yeah i guess that's one way to look at the other way is kids go to be booed people for the rest of his life yeah go to these things go to these things that people say sports yes vote they basically shut the door on us said a laker source about the teens trade for cou why are the spurs smart disclose off talks i think the spurs maybe smart but they're mostly embittered i don't know anybody who knows gregg popovich and artsy buford who suggests that they would simply trade their franchise player to los angeles at some point the traditions over the team and the history with la must factor in here i feel like the story is angling towards an outcome where they deal him at the latest possible second bomani which means the trade deadline i think it's two things though one i do think that they believe that they can fix this i believe that they marcus aldridge but see the ultra thing was all just like i don't really fit here you know i'm not enjoying this and popovich is like okay we can use you in different ways there's nothing comparative about these situations in that way but i think they believe if they can get away from dennis and they get away from the ages if they can talk to the real guy like that's the way they see they think they can fix it and i'm actually with the wall they shouldn't necessarily fold just because this guy says i wanna go somewhere else they got the contract they will reward him handsomely for staying they're going to wait till they get a deal they like they'd be silly to make the deal that's offered right now i agree i don't think whatever anything that's being offered right now by definition cannot be the best offer right they they are incentivized by the rules of negotiation to drag this out for as long as possible to get the bidders against each other and actually build the marketplace around kawhi leonard for his right now with sort of these individual phone calls checking and i don't think that the line for them to make the trace the trade deadline they need to make the trade before training camp because if he comes to training camp is probably too toxic that's the james ordinary i am fascinated still by dentist and all of this do you did you watch the rest of the game as baker mayfield of colin coward after coward criticized the celebration after touchdown we're baker famously ran away from his teammates towards the band's words the sideline let's listen plan ohio state i watched every snap you were gloriously talented guy right and then i see this play right here and watch this baker touchdown instead i don't like this i'm gonna tell you right now how come you're not what or you going what what were you were you going over there are banda's is over their student sections right there and then straight back to our sideline what about your team did you watch the rest of the game i watched the whole game you did so you saw celebrates my teammates with three touchdowns before that too oh okay yeah you pulled the one clip of me running right there to our fans and people that travel the world of that game first of all and then you didn't show the rest of the clip of me going to our sideline so you'd think my accusation that this doesn't this is in fact i feel like you're going for the fact that i'm not a team guy i'm selfish is that what you're shooting are here it is a no i don't think that i think you i think sometimes your judgments just a tad off and i think the nfl to judgment lee because the game is so fast you have to make the windows get really really tight really really small gonna make decisions really really in college you got that orlando brown guy got i don't love that decision i don't love it backpedal there i don't think that was a bipedal how did he buy me he said that you had colin dude he brought it up in the man's fate i do know all the credit in the world for bringing him in studio but what did you learn about baker mayfield in that do know back down by he is not wired to bag down except is not simply.

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02:49 min | 3 years ago

"cold blood" Discussed on High Noon

"Got the visit to sit down with the whole front office and the coaches i really loved him we talked we talked to from the players they're working out to talk to them and it's just going to be great and once i get once i get there coach rice and be here and it's just a blessing to be in this position right there just less first of all i want to thank god without possible he gets the details i am i am surprised that you were in somewhere outside of barclays last night i thought that that would be your plan with your poster board it was sitting on spontaneously begin to clap and i was just ready for the interview it was i was hoping for yom mean you know like i was hoping that it'll come as they've called the young wolves will come out more but now now he's going to milwaukee right there were nightmare scenarios for you bomani as a band wagon driver here right going to orlando would have been a nightmare going to some relevant place would have been a nightmare but the books are they on the rise you're going to be playing with guys talking about all the time on this interestingly they will be very happy to have him for somewhat opposite reasons as my excitement he got the lon of right before you showed up this isn't just great man they said we didn't live post racial america how does that i'll take whatever they were wrong lani walker the fourth you went eighteenth to the spurs and never mentioned that the earth is an illusion that's progress his hats did appear to be levitating though and and look at here here is that hat whereas that hello dog there we go good wow he tried to put it all the way i'm like silva's the last time you can worse it got to do this all the time now right does this to be a steve's he looks like a guy who is very bad at sticking snacks to the movie put it all this is clean though his pit was cleaned and they had come taught david robinson immediately after navy man david robinson noted he how did he come up i think david robinson wanted to ask him to get here cook and i think by the time he gets to san antonio is i locked room pops go wrote up i'll tony parker it'd be like why don't you go to philo on his wing military do when they see this stuff they're like what what is what is happening here yeah this is this is some this feels like a two thousand twenty thing and by the way he is providing new conspiracy theories because you didn't mention the earth thing and allusion but he did mention that he believes the moon landing was fake we got better than kyrie though high noon on am pacific is brought to you by firestone complete auto care keep your car running newer longer.

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High Noon

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"cold blood" Discussed on High Noon

"How's your mom feeling about this so you guys had a chance to talk yet not really what she's she's very very excited she's she's been wanting this she's been more excited than is us about the cry and all that but she says she will ruin her mako such holder but now she's very excited we're only some lumumba's bush's having their sons right there around the corner again and it's just really cool little did he know that while he was conducting they media mail ability the sixers traded him to the sons coldblooded i hope that mascara was run proof because i feel like yeah the tears that they feared may have actually occurred after those clips they gotta let her know you need to the mom no if you can't use an employee of the team just let her avoid the embarrassment because i get why the sixers did this trade brick brown given excellent press conference afterwards in which he acknowledged that the reason they did this was a okay the player that they got was one be to their one eight and bridges what it was the unprotected first round pick for miami brett brown said that he is out here star hunting that is honest i cannot regret that answer just make it a little easier they could've let them know they could have let her she walking around all right now imagine she kitchen to play with the phoenix is you can't even go with today if i go into today like is going to be held pay no man you gotta you gotta give game to the people involved here given the situation that being said the biggest winner in all of this at least as far as i'm concerned i don't know his abilities lad the last the last place i want to be is where my mobile works right like the way they were sounding i'm not so sure he wouldn't go move back into creative and it wouldn't have shot me if that was the suggestion you've gotta save you money so you make sure you don't have well let's just say here you got plenty of room yes i lived at home for two years after college and i feel like the best thing for me was getting out of the house despite the fact that you know my mom wanted me there she created there but i'm not an mba do and so hold on michael portrait junior areas went fourteenth and said he's going to make sure he's the best pick nuggets ever made but he walked rather cautiously after being picked should this worry the nuggets yeah didn't need tell us then it was a bit overrated talking about the.

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High Noon

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"cold blood" Discussed on High Noon

"Bad samples kevin knox he knows it was there it is and that's coming why that kid is particularly met a fire department jersey was was he so myth he's so missed yeah how do you feel about kevin knox being treated like that do they blew out of habit and didn't they poisonings they do we have crying zinc base boo out of habit is the only thing that they know how to do is how to boot p he can't take it personally look at this now looking at this man limited mike the american dream before he was the unicorn now you came over here's like yo bro no no cats in america streets we've we've seen seen five goes west boo here's the thing though they wanted michael porter so bad all those other teams left michael porter go and didn't take him imagine if they had taken michael porter how many knicks fans would have been booming and what would they have said all these other teams did want him why would we i would have been booing if michael porter jr was depict there and yes they have kristaps they've food frank ntilikina which just happened last year and sometimes the booze appropriate like when they macho lump but to get it they're booing dolan they're not even booing whoever it happened to deo booing dolan they have nothing to be happy about as knicks fans which makes the rest of us hand which i think is the other someone who has learned to root for self interest as opposed to the team in the city i was born amount that program by now is ready all right now the card the kale kale there we go i've realized that he his doubt right here to the hometown sixers where his mom works yes let's listen to the elation of the bridges family it's amazing is that instead experience on never forget and i'm so excited he's coming home to be part of our sixers family it's amazing.

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High Noon

03:52 min | 3 years ago

"cold blood" Discussed on High Noon

"The front of my friends and my colleagues european to cheat dr j doctor ended up being right dead center you've thought jay all right trey yoke with fifth in adam silver towered over him what did you think of his height his suit and his fit with the hawks so the shorts shorts i don't think he does this is a legacy of lebron james right if lebron does not wear the shorts trae young does not wear the shorts but the legacy seems to be that the hawks are run by a guy who worked in the warriors for an office travis schlink the gm of the hawks seems to say to himself this is my steph curry which is a lot for us to process no there's dude ain't steph curry do like reminds you steph curry has a similar game but the mortgage the margin if you slip a little bit in some very important ways from being steph curry i don't know what it is that you are right he's height one of those young pied is one of those incurs neurological freak reaction time thing that's going on there if you ever i don't know how it goes i think it's fair to blame the shorts all abroad necessarily you say if he didn't wear those shorts the problem with where does show us i don't know what these young boys have gone out here doing man i don't feel like any of us could say anything is passed these new dues on dented in ways that yeah i mean the brats will mine rats another new dude wendell carbon junior he went seven to the bulls and his family came out with a very specific theme let's watch yeah are we sure that this is yeah they love it though i mean they are going of forever with this is that are we sure this is what i think he did i missed that part i mean it has those the moved in it too so i didn't know which direction which movie we would talk what did you think did you like this loved it double one haircut good idea i'm becoming that guy at my age right i mean those are good things and they came with the gucci shawls that's the one thing about it i don't feel kinda got a gucci store no i don't think that's what it is but they came to be seen and we saw them it is glorious here's what's sad to me about this photo i like a different photo of the carters together because wendel carter junior he was picking between duke and harvard right do we have that photo is that photo of them on there it is the carter is not so gucci but that is so memorabilia that reminds me of a better different time line it could be living in right yeah tell you this right here accuracy that picture you look at that over there right say something to be again about bbn happy he got a haircut i feel like i got if it is clear that he's not be trusted on his own to carry out these regional sorts of hairstyle that was a great look they liked my all the modern based on that face wendell carter junior made i don't know if he did get go into harvard for only one year that would be the definition of hustle backwards airport all right kaban sexton when eighth to the cavs during his interview he made the following pitch till of bro make your pitch to lebron james stay in cleveland with you lebron let's do as i see you need a few pieces that went into pieces season let's do let's go back to the finals was doing all right lebron the young bull it's called you out he wants you to stay with them in cleveland think that move abroad of the best thing about collins sexton doing this is that he may be the one college player with experience in going three on five because he actually did in college he was that kid who when they played i forget who they played but they were down a lot and there it is play minnesota yes they were down a lot he's seventeen point three on five he has forty that night scored seventeen three on five suva tim kevin love in the broad this may be the only prospect who is equipped for that test that.

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High Noon

03:44 min | 3 years ago

"cold blood" Discussed on High Noon

"Y'all hung out dr yesterday who a full house crimes this year i was here friend allen gangs here wasn't you that'll be me yeah i told you about it though you need invite me you say there was no everything's you're like oh yeah well budget and he told me about it after the fact i was not invited i feel like i said yesterday i'm going to be coming near seventy lost yeah yeah but i don't feel like i'm just saying this would allah yang both where your shades inside like normally do very tempted to the you know patrick beverley was generally look your was watching it with us the nba draft happened last night if it's involved this will prove to be a high point in their careers for others they'll find out they didn't get invited to fun pob let's go through it name by name i will give you the first one please yon drei aiden first overall to the sons it was quickly greeted by joel embiid tweet about him how should eight and feel about this tweet there's the andrei eytan large gentleman there's the tweet i do at eighty played a game yet don't compare me to eight neither i played defense i hope the andrea aid and isn't bothered by this because there are about five thousand more of these coming his way joel embiid has targeted him and fairly joyless i say this now all the time i feel like he got played off the floor by al horford and joel embiid can blazey since the andrea aid and i'm actually afraid for what they're gonna do to him you let the dude have is draft night my thought on saying he's the number one picking over shot this the second yes even actually hits the league of and you already bucking a shot come on man that was that was unnecessary joel embiid i think is looking at a tall man like the andrea aid in the guy who likes to be zany in the media likes to be confident in the media and is saying to himself that's dude seems like he's jackie cain hey look at the that's what he was saying yes and jud big day yes and by the way every day for joel embiid is his big day next name luca danni roche who went third despite me explaining to you all yesterday that he should be the first pick the touring the draft here's the real news andre idel tweeden about dutch snob we have that tweet it says bombs decent bomani how should young luca feel about andrei talking about his mother in that way well i mean i don't know if you know this but she didn't become his mama like that days not like you got there and they were like hey this is your mom goes he's been fighting this fight his whole life and i hear and i imagine often went to actually fighting because if there's anything that makes it young man uncomfortable is people talking about how a tractive his mother is to which i would generally say two words who had hate hey luka don should know that despite looking novi americanism of decent and did the three exclamation point even away he knows i think it would be if he did not speak english he knows what it was he knew what it was the second that he walked out there he knew exactly what it was warmer athlete former model i mean all of these things are in the bio he knew exactly what it was every time he goes to the grocery store with his mama he's no he's no what it wasn't he was five years old does luca danni rich have fear in his heart that we think to fail mcgee has in his because of what happened in two thousand eleven at that dunk contest with dr j and peggy again i don't think that you failed mcghee had fear in his heart i think mcgee was again.

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