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"crandon" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Bus That was before she went to a mass protest dressed as Pikachu the Pokémon character This video of her dancing in her bright yellow costume and falling over went viral and she became a celebrity Yet when grandon ran for Chile's constituent assembly and was elected she was being serious Not to be Muslim We want opportunities for our children she says opportunities we never had getting elected changed her life Crandon is upset because she no longer has quality time with her family But she says they understand I'm working for a better future Out of conceptions bustling streets many seem more focused on surviving the present There are buskers And preachers Luis montecino is selling art equipment from a stall A Mac woman's young people He says there are a lot more vendors on the sidewalks trying to survive in a pandemic economy Montesinos has delighted the assembly has come to town to listen to people like him We're from the streets he says that's where the problems are One block away Angelica is serving pineapple juice and a favorite Chilean dessert Mottek can't receive it She's been working these streets long enough for everyone here to call her auntie It's fantastic the assembly's visiting she says Race is mapuche Chile's largest indigenous.
"crandon" Discussed on Whores Talk Horror
"But the garrick theater in detroit had already sold fifteen thousand dollars worth of tickets for that evening show. Houdini reportedly said. I'll do this. Show if it's my last by the beginning of the third act. He called off the show. Houdini still refuse to go to the hospital. His wife forced him. Because of course naturally surgeons removed harry. Houdini appendix on the afternoon of october twenty fifth. But because he had delayed treatment for so long his appendix had ruptured and the lining of his stomach was inflamed with peritonitis peritonitis was inflamed. With parents tonight is. What is that. Sharon close enough inflammation of the peritoneum parents. Neom sharon doesn't know anything that's something else it. Basically it's like a a wall of tissue lining that covers all of the abdominal cavity egg covers like basically all the organs and stuff that are in there. Okay organs and stuff you know those organs and stuff and junk in your body cool thank you so needless to say by this point infection had spread throughout. Houdini he's body today. Such a malady simply requires around antibiotics. But this was nineteen twenty six. Antibiotics wouldn't be discovered for another three years. You can edit that out. Maybe who amy's bowels became paralyzed and surgery was needed. Houdini received two operations and he was injected with an experimental anti streptococcal serum he seemed to recover somewhat but he quickly relapsed overcome by saps at one twenty six. Pm on halloween. Houdini died in his wife. Bess his arms. His last words were supposedly. I'm getting tired. And i can't fight anymore. Surrounding harry houdini. Death was a wild subplot involving spirits. Seances and it goes name walter. Houdini perform tricks onstage but he never played them off as magic. What unquote they were simply illusions. Like job says on arrested development tricks are just something horse do for money. Sorry wow-wow yeah. He made his own equipment to suit the specific needs of his tricks and perform them with the necessary pizzazz and physical strength to wow an audience. They were feats of engineering masquerading as entertainment. And that's why he had a bone to pick with spiritualism so religion which was based on the belief that it's possible to communicate with the dead and so in his several years on earth he made it his mission to expose the mass movement for what it was according to him a sham and one of his most famous anti spiritualism escapades who attended to seances with boston medium mina crandon known to her followers as marjorie. Who claimed to be able to conquer the voice of her dead brother walter. Crandon was up for twenty five hundred dollar prize if she could prove her powers to a six person committee of respected scientists from harvard. Mit and elsewhere and just fyi. I twenty five hundred back. Then is the equivalent to almost forty k. Today it's a lot of money. It is my intent on keeping her from winning the prize money. Houdini attended crandon seances in the summer of nineteen twenty four and was able to deduce how she performed her tricks. Mix of distractions and contraptions. It turns out. He recorded his findings in a pamphlet complete with drawings of how he believed her tricks worked and even perform them for his own audiences too much laughter haha. Crandon supporters would have none of it and in august nineteen ninety-six. Walter proclaimed that. Houdini will be gone by halloween. This fuel a conspiracy theory that spiritualists were to blame for the illusionist. Surmise that harry. Houdini had actually been poisoned. And that whitehead was in on it..
"crandon" Discussed on Three Wide No Cover
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"crandon" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show
"For fifteen percent discount for is all about the sound of sports of the racetrack. And the sound of your vehicle. Don't drive around. Listening to thrive around listening to the sound of performance gibson performance gipson performance. Exhaust is the company who can turn this remember that life is all about sound gives an exhausting the sound of performance account your next cabinet exhaust leffler or ut. The exhausted gives the performance dot com. Get more power and more like what you hear. Catch all the bag episodes of the down and dirty radio show on apple podcast and be sure to rate review and subscribe. Welcome back to the general tire down dirty radio show powered by polaris razor like to welcome my general tire team. Mister jerry brooks to the line. Who is there at e r x motor park and ready do some short courses weekend. What's happening jared. Hey how's it going jim. Yeah we're we're here back You know the dirt track it's been. It's been a pretty busy season so far so our season didn't start until a few months ago. This racing here on the mid west so we gotta try to beat the weather. So it's a summer summer shootout so you're swipe every month and ensure course that's kind of a lot because they're not of crap that goes into these trucks. It's not like road course where you know you. Just throw their car in and go to the next track them out of prep and tear down and mainly cleaning these trucks as a lot of work so we've been based out in crandon. I mostly. I live in california. So we're a long way from home. We don't have a shop or we. Don't i we. Don't we have a shop so we don't have tooling that you would normally have in your shop. So it's been a long process of trying to prepare for this midwest series but man racing over here is a blast totally different than kelly super green obviously and the tracks are super sick. I mean every track was gone to or i would say it's it's a bit of a unique track layout we go to a super short track for for race. Then we go to pretty much almost two mile track crandon now are erects where it has a little bit of both. It's su- it's technical but it's also a pretty long track. I would say it's around a mile and a half tracks so it's It's super fun to race over here. Well now that was actually going to be one of my questions talking about the tracks. Because i know obviously you coming off a championship in the lucas series. Obviously you were you. Guys are one of the dominant teams and lucas. The past couple of years. A lot of wins Always upfront and then you know in those tracks were they. They were really kind of tight. Compact you know what i mean. There wasn't a lot of room to stretch your legs. And then you go to the mid west where you've got like you said carrion and you've got bark river that's got a really long stretch things like that. I mean it's short course right. It's still the same trucks but the the racing is is quite a bit different i mean. Is there an adjustment for you guys to go back there and do that. Yeah for sure. It's been a big adjustment so this is my first year. Intrude to racing on the midwest. I raced back here when i in twenty fourteen in a pro light but honestly you know we came back here where we were gonna run similar setups to what we ran last year on lucas and You have a low setups. Have not been working. We've been chasing our tail trying to figure out setups where we didn't really think that was going to be a factor because you know they're there You know the tracks are all the same but the competition over here is way. More extreme after the looks. Oh series shut down. Every every every big-name short-course pro to four juicy vs all came over here so i would say the competition is high and You know trying to set up the truck for these terrain is i mean. It doesn't seem like it'd be different but You know it's just not the same. Yeah well and i figured obviously coming off a win at crandon. A big one. We got to say that it was a couple in you know And but you've you've raised at cranham before you've wanted crandon before you kind of have the setups there but You know you're coming in here to you. Know a lot of these guys like say keegan. Kincaid who you haven't raced against a whole lot except for at crandon you know. And he's been doing the thing there for the last few years and he's got all the setup stuff like that you know and and he runs a operation very similar to yours. You guys run into elite level. That's gotta be tough. You know what. I mean just basically getting up to speed with all these guys. How all these years worth of homework you know. Yeah for sure. I mean most of these tracks. We haven't been to ever so hannah go for instance. That was pretty new. Track for everyone but You know actually thought we were going to have a good vantage there because it was really small track. It was like lucas track and had clay. You know we're kind of used to have in clay at our tracks and you know we were way off. You know something where we're really honestly haven't been off in a long time and to and then we're here d. r. x. Having raised here. In a while i've never raised theory actually tested here but You know. I think. I don't know you know you always try to advance your program in the season. I think we just got a little carried away on trying to make our truck faster. Where sometimes you know. You don't need to get carried away so we went back to the original setup at crandon obviously went to crandon before so You know. I hope i hope from here out. We have our original setup in the truck where i feel comfortable and we can start putting down good lapse and and make it away to the front. Yeah well you know. Obviously you know that winner kran in that cup way and obviously there's a little bit of money that goes with it. Obviously it's non points deal but that's that's got to feel pretty pretty good you know. Obviously hey we can run a we can win. I mean that was the big one with a pro force in the mix. I mean that's gotta gotta have a little bit excited for the second half of the season. Yeah i would say it brings confidence store team. Because i feel like we've been right there but the competition level is high. I mean we have twenty twenty two pro twos and i would li say ten of them can win so that cup race was super good. We actually actually through a setup in the truck that you know. We knew it wasn't a points race. We really had nothing to lose so through a set up in the truck and it felt really good. I just hope it can transfer over to these other tracks that You know just feel more comfortable. Just it's it's crazy. Like i said the setup like that the identical set up. We ran last year out of luca shack where we were really fast. Really fast chuck. Every weekend we come here and it's not the same so You know hopefully that setup from crandon carries over and We can keep charging. But it's just a hard format over here to consistently get wins so There's no no qualifying we We come to the race. And we go off of points of the last round so say kiki kincaid and the leader he has to invert. There's no qualifying full in inver of four to ten trucks. So they're they're trying to make it really hard on you know having consistent winners so that also plays a big effect in it. Yeah what and as all this is going on. Obviously you know you're part of team. General tire they call you to represent the continental side stadium super truck racing last week in a mid ohio. And i know you've done stadium super trucks before but correct me. If i'm wrong the first time he actually raised on pavement This is the. I would say the second time i i raise. I raise the little bit. I went to As a track in florida..
"crandon" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary
"Really hard questions. And in that report from nasa tv we heard from is twenty. Twenty program scientist mitch. Short in food and kim fowley by van crandon dunk from the university of new south. Wales theresa for narrow from the european space agency's xm mass mission and director of nasa's mars exploration program. Jim watson this space time still to come a kilometer wide asteroid passes the earth and later in the science report exposure to artificial light at night linked teen sleep mood and anxiety disorders all that and more still.
"crandon" Discussed on KCRW
"Is so good. All right, so way have to be honest with listeners here, right? Like a week ago, as I imagine you were putting the finishing touches on this thing. DM to me and you said, Hey, it's It's really hard to get Council of economic advisers to rhyme with anything. Can I just say CEO instead? And I said, Yes. Sure Marketplaces audience will get that. But you Crandon in there. Um And I wanna know how you sort of came up with counts of economic visors treasure in the Fed. I mean, that's like a whole lot of syllables. Oh, man, I mean a lot of times a lot of times, it's just like repeating something and then Shifting it left or right in time. So council of economic advisers treasured the Fed like if you kind of put it, triple, itty spin on it. You can kind of get it in before the next line goes. Yeah, well, that's what you do what you do, and I do what I do. Um Okay, let left last one. Here we go. Let's get this last one. Decorate his new boss in the office. Vendors in the tent was watching 100 mission process. Way, got some media military hospital in and left the memo heroes because she manages Lift up your money He does because she manages the meant. Come on. Come on. I gotta say, like the three of us who worked on this song Laser beacon, Andy, and I don't think we've ever had so much fun. It was like, how do we get out of this normal rap game in tow and into disappointment niche because it was so much fun to write. It was. It's so cool. How did you? How did you think about it when you guys sat down to do this? Yeah. Well, to be totally frank with you. Um, I mean, I known Ellen's name from the news, right? But But I read a lot about her to make sure that it was somebody who I'd like to send up if that makes sense and it and it was really exciting to become a fan of Janet Yellen. You know, I think all three of us like we're just really stoked about it. I'm really excited about the appointment. And then from the musician side, I think both Anne Thompson and laser beak like Put another ear on the Hamilton mixtape. Shut out, Lin. It's Ah, you know, to just kind of remind themselves about how that particular piece of music was put together and not to it as best we could. Well, look, I I am a fan of the Hamilton mixtape and of Hamilton, the show and of you and you know, for For my money, this kind of fits in of a piece. I'm just saying. Thanks, man. Thanks. Um, So, what got left out? Was there anything left on the cutting room floor? Yeah. God. Absolutely. Oh, my gosh. I mean, you know, there's a lot about interest rates and you know, I was kind of going down a wormhole with a couple of economic friends. Just like talk to me about quantitative easing one more time. I wanted that phrase in there so bad, I know, but but I think we ended with the 90 seconds that we were proud of stuff so No, it's awesome. It's awesome. Desa. She's been on the show a bunch of times. She's got a new single out. It's called room, right. It's called Rome yet. Yeah, um And now, of course, the work for which you will be known. This little riff on Janet Yellen. I'm just saying it's kind of awesome. You can hear. Actually, we should say again. You can hear her Desa on the Hamilton mixtape. Listen, I appreciate you noticed. Thanks a lot. Thanks for having us today.
"crandon" Discussed on Top 5 Comics Podcast
"Whenever he lived in the future and it was batman beyond so that we path the this supposed to deal with him in her and whatever their adventures up to whatever it is. He has to do to probably save her. I guess i don't really know what they're fighting. So that's only why. No he's in for sure book. Wise klay don't really remember seeing him any of her casting so he digged him drake. I'm taking that block and hopefully read wise. I mean it's a it's megan fifth martin writing it and that eddy barrows doing art and like the covers look cool on the two tests pages are black and white look cool but nearby white pages in there weren't the biggest size so he i'm just looking at some of these covers. They posted twenty three night. Covers a combo just randomly and is kind of like training. It a feel for each of the books but yes man. The swamp thing thing is looks cool what he's gonna be sides memorial. He's the oldest like the the farthest in the future so right. I'm this weird future. State time posted some wonder if that one woman book is going to be kind of like how that the one where like the whole the last living thing if you make it sound that waylay. She's battling so long in the now she's the only thing left israeli reason the battle. And there's something heading to earth to try to destroy the earth but this point she's like the only thing really alive that's a human type supposedly so yeah it's gonna be a lot like that whole desolate world and you know what's the point. So yeah i kind of think that was going to be like The coliseum that maestro where superman is going to be like planet hulk superman similarities in the grant onto the writings in be different. But as far as europe is not something That's what the two of them. I gather that too so like as as a thing i mean. I think it's an interesting idea. I mean yeah like she doesn't use the same way she wants to be the last thing. Well you know what's the point that really covered that with her before which odd. But maybe that's why we're doing hasn't really been storyline where we dealt with that kind of thing for her particular character. I mean we've had that man at the time we've had time but i don't know if there'd be anything before the dealt with wonder woman that way me she didn't have that that blackley will series but it was really about my quote unquote reality. He's more more of unshaken world. Oh there's a black adam story that takes place after this story so over time line the blackout story. That takes place in the year. Eighty two thousand and twenty crazy. Which again god right doesn't he doesn't really all so that nets. Yeah also crazy. Yeah i don't know what they're gonna do this man. This is run on. I hope they. We'll see. I think i mean i guess at at this point where to go. We've spewed a whole bunch information of an upcoming event which we haven't really done anything like this before but What do you would you citing thing from these magic books. I really do like that team. Signs book like that a lot. I think that The dark attractive interesting oppose a lot of questions. And i like that but the thing that don't anything about it means i don't think i'd like in a regular. If it was the constant skater would ban was supposed to be an sure. Mike zimmer but as a arden is fantastic is so good but i don't know who was going to be like here's obama's gonna be severe life dude av okay with it or non By does pose interesting questions in is cool seeing each trip down. Bruce wayne trying to navigate through the city. Now i think that's really pretty cool. Both those two like a lot. I mean i like harlequin zim chromebook. I do like art for two agnes j. idea. I don't actually like the idea that somehow john crandon. He wasn't crazy. They make him in charge possible or the basically hospital prison. They have ran but i mean he's gone away with other things so why not As far as like winners i mean. I know that the book's going to be good because joel jones is fantastic and everything woman does looks amazing so even if the story is just okay the art will be beautiful. Because that's what she does and she's a good writer too so i don't think the story will be a problem. I mean as a thing everything. I've read that she's written. I've liked granitz. Mostly cattleman and lady killer which lady that darkhorse look it up. It's awesome so like as a thing i. I'm a superstar for that. I think the chase for for people outside of like you're trying to spec person well again this characters eating tv. Show that meaning. Anything i mean. I don't know we've got new bat woman that woman show. We saw spy books because of the hat. So is the first appearance brand new character. I think we see these things. Look forward that one does well enough to like it. We may very well see a younger version of her. In some offshoot book the other amazon tribe from brazil. I make as much else that they're being pocket. Amazon live separate from the island. I mean why not. So i could see that show in rare continuity and regular time fairly easy as an idea have does and she's popular than i mean it would be able to have simply because it's the first parents not that a bunch of these other. Titans are first appearances because they are. But i mean brag matter how much i like how she looks eight. That will see your outside of this. You know what i mean and in this like on this character designed for wonder woman some notice. There's three things.
"crandon" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"From the free Ross Song Hashtag Free Ross. By crypto man, you can find your spotify Amazon Amazon. Percent of the proceeds from the Song Hashtag. Free. Ross by Crypto man go towards free and Russell break. So please check it out. House when they ruin your lots of victimless crimes and they set the. From Your Business. and. Family. They played but a pair of relief. Don't care about where get Dick a main. So they moved you out of Bryan, Texas to Oklahoma. What was the reason for that move recess? Here's the funny part should have been furloughed and I was told I I wanted to lay Brian go to kars well, because it was closer for my husband to drive and I was just really sick Bron the I had I had been called in again and putting the shoe again for also blogging again by new lieutenant and I had to school him and. Tell Him I. Did we've already been down this road like a year and a half ago so they'll make you write you up. You know we've I've already won once about this blogging so and he was telling me while I'm flagging your emails and I'm sending them to SA s meeting know the investigative authorities there might a okay. Great. You know like. I told you. We've already been down this road in fact he got really mad at me. He starting the sheep or two hours again because when he told me, he was flagging my. Will it wasn't Russian flag was at you're not a communist are you and Oh, he did not like that at all and then. He was telling me he was gonNA had shipped and I'm like. Well, okay great. So. He put me in the sheep for another two hours. So the next morning I was leaving breakfast, not happen to see the warden and She had gotten plenty of emails for me and I'd but got reportable mature because I would just go right up to inside look here's what your staff is doing. Here's what I'm. GonNa do about it I had reported a Preah Possible Priya meaning sexual against the sexual rape act. That is the staff on inmate sex and I had reported that in bay called me in. The same lieutenant and they had one of the cycle ecologist in there and they were trying to force me to take back my reporting it. And I'm. Not GonNa. Do it I'm not going to because. You know the the chaplains having sex with inmates, discovering the kitchens having sex with inmates. These are all staff members and I'm I'm not gonNA take back. In fact you do whatever you want to me and I wish you would semi to the shoot for this because then region will come and speak to me and I'm GonNa tell him all about everything going on here more than I've already written to them and wrote you up for and so they put in the sheep for two hours in the captain call me and tell me I shouldn't be discussing this things with staff and I was like. Yeah you can't silence May. So you know I should be blogging about it too bad I'm not gonNA stop flat toting that not gonNA stop sauce on the war in the next morning I told her I said. You know your staff don't lighten here and I'm really I'm really getting tired of fighting all these battles anyway I'm about to be out in a year how about I transferred cars wail and you sign off on it let me get out of here. And so she was like you know acted like she would do it. So I went to my counselor my case manager I told her I wanted to transfer to cars well, only if I cannot go to Kars well, which is fifty miles up the road. Then I'm going to stay right here where I'm at in continue to basically hotel accountable. So either help me get out of here to cars well or Out of, Styrofoam here will just keep going through these same process. So she told me okay. Well, she puts that in on a Monday the following week I get called in and told a pack my step. I'm going on air list. Okay. Back in November of last year I had fought for and won a furlough a twelve hour furlough with my husband and I was total white collar person could never had one that was bronze rule. After I got my Berlow, a lot of white collar people started getting them because I set kind of a trail for them to be able to say, well I got one she's white collar. So I gotTa Carlo GotTa Leave Prison for twelve hours and go out into the community with my husband. He he came to Texas, picked me up and we we could stay anywhere one hundred miles within a hundred miles of the of the prison I got to go the mall. We got to go out to eat pedicure whatever I want to do you know for twelve hours? So, there was no reason for me to be put on airlift already had a social furlough I should have been allowed and I was told when I put in transfer that that was another stipulation I said if I would be allowed to furlough me, my husband will pick me up and carry me up to to a carswell considering himself surrender already been out on a Arlo. You know there's no reason for me to be shipped and they they assured me that would be fine. There's no threat a threat of you trying to escape and run away. Almost to the door, like by the almost I've been there two years by the time I let brought so. If I'm going to. Surrender for Crandon commit, and I'm going to be there for two years. All I'm going home and you know should've went home in November, this year I mean get out early. But why would I run away then that's just crazy but but since we are speaking running away Just. So you know an inmate did walk away from Brian this morning at six thirty on news right now. So one that left but that's. The camp. Yes. Very rare. Rare, but anyway, so I was told, yes I would be able to follow and yes, I would go cars wail or Say they're right. Well, come a week later I mean they process my paperwork like double quick. So a week later I'm called and told PAT must step I'm leaving the next down the airlift. Now mind you that's con air that is being handcuffed and shackled belly chained. Ho Non your up never even had handcuffs on never even arrested. You know in the first place ever I was just told to report to pretrial and I was out on pretrial the whole time until Lhasa surrendered. So I've never been in jail cell never been handcuffed any of this. So there was no reason for someone who are minimal security I was community custody by this time because bronze starts everybody out at out custody. But that was another thing I brought to their attention that you're violate my rights because I should have always been community custody and I had made them change that. Back like you know you're before. So I was community custody I was minimum security. My pattern score was a negative seventeen, which is that's the new risk assessment that the first step at put into place saw a negative seventeen on the pattern and I was minimal. So there was no reason ever for me to have to go to Oklahoma the transfer center, which is a higher security level in you're actually in a sale locked up you're actually behind a closed door in your only out certain hours a day it's not it's a camp you're in a room at certain times you have to go to your sale that call it, but it's there's no door is now in. Oakland. SPEC Sent you on you know conair and through that whole ordeal to Oklahoma. Ation. In its because I wouldn't take back the pre at the.
"crandon" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Stop the spread of coronavirus dolphin was found the on northwest twelfth Avenue construction is blocking the left lane in Broward county is smooth ride crash free moving at speeds that traffic on newsradio six ten W. I. O. D. it's warming up quickly with lots of sunshine all across South Florida now seventy five degrees in Surfside we've got seventy six in fort Lauderdale at ten thirty one another three million people applied for unemployment benefits just last week the number of new claims for unemployment benefits increased by nearly three point two million last week bringing the total during the seven week pandemic to more than thirty three million and this is just a precursor to a monthly jobs report Friday that economists say could show sixteen percent unemployment the pace of layoffs is slowing but still increasing even with portions of the economy re opening that's ABC's Erica Turkey reporting that the labor department says in Florida one hundred seventy three thousand residents file for new jobless claims but that's a drop off of two hundred and sixty thousand from the week before a boat caught fire this morning at Crandon park marina in key Biscayne the fire reported around eight o'clock this morning a fire boat had to be brought in to put out the flames several other boats nearby may have been damaged because of the intense heat the cause of the fire is still under investigation organizers of Supercon are canceling the event that was set for fourth of July weekend at the Miami beach convention center the sci fi anime cost playing comic showcase was originally planned for this weekend but it was pushed back to the summer and now it has been canceled they hope to bring back the event in twenty twenty one but broke kindly deputies need your help to find a suspect in a deadly stabbing Daniel Weisberger is now wanted for the attack that happened early this morning near mile marker eighty seven M. Isla Marada anyone with information about the location of the seventeen year old is asked to call police as they continue to investigate exactly what happened Iran is responsible for a cyber attack that took.
"crandon" Discussed on The Canine Paradigm
"Pregnancy and distributed quite freely. I believe in the US. And I believe in Europe too and they found later on the head. Very high percentage of pretty severe birth defects from the children of the mothers took this job. Yep and the poor women. We're following their doctor's advice and it was a tragedy manifested mostly Lemes. Didn't it was like misshapen? Sort of Lemes effect. And that is the importance of why research and development really needs to be funded well and having the right people doing it as well. The other thing. I'd like to tell us a little bit about what's your knowledge on pen vet gives a bit of background on them and what they've been doing well. They started shortly after the nine eleven. I believe and they have been doing research on breeding developing working strange. The genetics involved. They work on the physical aspects of working dogs and the social aspects the work on handler training and again quite a lot of research. I think in cancer detection and medical detection canines. And how long have you been involved with them fall? I have not had the pleasure of working with them I. This is the first time I've been brought in on a project to work with them and I'm really looking forward to him. That's cool and so they've reached out to us directly and said Hey. This is what we want to attempt to do. There was a partner defense contractor that I have done a fair amount of work with Partnered up with pen vet on this project and they brought me. And that's how I got into the project and Pleasure working with Ben bed but I've I've seen their work from afar and met some of their trainers in some of the insulin researchers. It's a super exciting project. Curiosity so interested in the mechanics of it. I don't know how much you can explain in that in that like what you planning to use. We've seen your saint wheels that you have set up. Is that going to play a role in it? How do you intend to imprint? These dogs as much as you can tell us or able to. I would love to hear about the process. I think that it's such an interesting thing. Certainly I would like everybody listening to go and check out pen and consider donating because I think it's such a a wife or us in the industry to assist in what's going on worldwide but I'd love to hear about the process from you and I'm sure that will be very very interesting to people as well and do you intend to put that information out as you go or are you not able to do that or it's I'm talking a lot. Tell us more about it. Of course the results will be published in peer reviewed journals. I don't control the release of that information. I think I can talk about how I would go about. Imprinting for this and again. I'm working with them. So it's a collaboration on the training design and plan. So I'm but I print initially off leash. I want the dog off leash in they come to investigate can add to the hosted odor material and on mark in pay that. I want to assign value to the target odor before I asked Dr Search for it and once I've had a chance to reinforce dog. Free easy targets for five times. More difficult targets may be twenty. Maybe fifty times I reinforce on the odor but then within the first session. I wanted the dog making a choice. I still considered imprinting. But I'm adding more value to the odor in search drive so after I've had the chance to imprint in marked and paid several times for sniffing again and I'd like to use remote feeder for this comes up and sniffs push the button. It feeder goes off. He runs to the feeder. I can move it a little bit. He sniffs it he runs to the feeder. I can move in now. When he's at the feeder I put that sent to be turned around and let him see me put it sent tube into a bigger container. With the whole he runs up and sniffs that and I'm mark any runs to the theater as soon as he will fully investigate this sent. Can I put in a second? One given the choice is so now he runs up and I put the wrong can or the empty can closer to the dog and the feeder then the target can So he runs up sniffs. The first candidate comes to. Nothing happens for him he looks up and sees the next can drudge sport and puts his face in and we market right away so now. I'm marking. Every time he investigates ten contains the target odor. So I'm still imprinting. I'm not asking him to do anything. Except when you get to target odor wonderful things happen. And as soon as he moves from candidate can I add a third? I put in control so now. We have a control in empty Ken in a target. Ken and shuffle. That's one of the reasons I put the feeder away. F- away I have the time the shuffle he runs to defeat or I keep feeding and I do. My shuffle comes back in investigates. As soon as he'll do investigate three cans. I go to four awesome. I can get to four cans in the first session and I would have the target. Can One candidates empty? One candidate holds the control. And then a distraction and I present them in that order I think the easiest choice ever make in his life is. There's nothing in this can. There's something in this can. That's nothing or something. He's he's not choosing target odor. He's just moving around and funny things happen when he gets target over every time. Wonderful things exciting things once you make that choice willingly quickly. I give him a little more difficult choice. I Make a control. Suppose my target odor in this won't be but suppose the targeted resented cotton back. I would put a cotton bag empty. Clean cotton bag in the third candidate. Bring out should now. It's cotton bag empty and target odor and we're only getting paid on target odor. The reason I want that control in there right away is I believe that part of defining what the target is is defining. What it's not if the target is presented in a cotton bag and he's always reinforced for cotton bag target. It becomes a compound stimulus foreign but I want to prove to him right from the beginning. Hey we're not looking for cotton bags. There's no value in cotton bags that's the defining moment in any type of training. Work is teaching a dog while for the dog the time they really understand what they're doing is when they understand what it's not. They're looking for so the first time they're ever imprinted on saint like we're doing a lot of early stage imprinting and we're just working with this and we're shaping behavior around the and the dog is not clicking to it because it hasn't learned what it's not supposed to do yet and it's only when you introduce non-target Ida that's the first time when the dog is not rewarded off that and the dog goes all shit. It's all about the odor. It's not a bad the behavior of going up in sniffing summing it's going up indicating on the order itself and I just par stat out a little bit not to argue but just for precision may be. My explanation would be a little different than yours in debt. I don't ask for any change in behavior on the I don't ask for that I just keep shuffling and keep shuffling now and again if I can by the end of the first session. I had in a strong distraction. So whatever I'm using for my reward. I typically put that in the in the first session so we're not seeking reward. The only way to get reward is the path is through the target odor and for a long time. I don't the dog to do anything. Except he's just looking and whenever he gets to the right can the crandon holds a target. I'm mark in pay and when I start to see you see. This changes that go by. They start this run by the candidate. They wait a minute there. Dolittle head snap or the hit can real quickly in her to get to the next one they start the lead but then they say oh wait a minute in a dive back in when I see those changes his showing me that he knows the target odor. Which when is important to me in it becomes important to him? That's when he's showing me this becoming important to him. After I see those changes in him then I start to manipulate a little bit. What it wanting to do and the only thing I ask him to do is when you find target odor. If you stay there I will pay you. I don't ask. I don't want him to sit down to to do anything because for me. The freeze on odor is a perfect indication. I can tell when he locks up boom any staring at the cameras noses in no right there. I know which one he's indicating and he doesn't pull away from the camp to sit or down he stays right there in order the whole time. He has more time on target with that freeze and for me particularly if I introduced a behavior early. So it's when you get to the right. Can you sit and then I pay you get to the right. Can you sit in that? I pay you you get to the right. Can you sit in pay you soon? I think or not not soon but they assign value to the thing. That's closest to the reward in the city is closer to the reward in finding target odor so interesting discussion the other night between Jerry Bradshaw and pat on the controlled and not to say. There's only one way to train a dog but for me this makes most sense and I put all my reward pile all my reinforcement on finding odor in a kind of make a promise. You find it and I'm repay you and then it's just ask him to wait a little bit longer. As is we go. Yeah that's an important observation. Pat There's a lot of people who are very concerned with when I hear other people's explanation of doing something I think all maybe I'm doing something wrong for a long time of spoken to people and they're doing things absolutely correct they may not know the science behind it. They may not know how to describe exactly what they're doing. However when you actually go out on the field with them and you watch what? They're doing think. Yeah that's right you pragmatically doing exactly what you need to be doing. Probably your explanation. Or the academic side of it is lacking but the pragmatic side is fine and they. They concern when people talk about them about this system about what they're doing. They think. Maybe I'm doing it all wrong. And then they get concerned with the fact that there's a different stall of doing things it doesn't mean that you can't implement strategies and come up with a better one. There's the possibility that that does exist. And then there's also people who suffer the Dunning. Kruger effect is that they actually do know things but then they start to get worried that all. Maybe I don't know what I'm doing but they're actually doing it extremely well and I'm saying that with people before and they get hung up on the fact that somebody else's explained thinking well they did such a magnificent way of explaining it. Maybe they know more than I do. And maybe the system is better and then they start to doubt themselves which sometimes it's a good thing to push you outside your comfort barrier and encourage you to grow a little bit and sometimes that's not so good when you're already doing good. Work and training is art and science absolutely. There's a feel for it. There's no you can't have a rule book forever interaction. It's a dynamic situation and you need to understand principles that you can apply to this new situation and techniques can change from dog Duggan session the session. The principles of how dog learns don't change but but we can find techniques to speak most directly to a specific backing up. Just a second wants to. Dogs will search for cans. I put them on a carousel. Because it's much easier for me to spin. A carousel flat. Wooden carousel with a lazy. Susan hinge in it and I can get more reps when I can manipulate the dog enough. That the double pause on odor. Now a couple of things I do in my early imprint. I don't give.
Talking to the Dead
"Today we're talking about the seance communicating with the dead has been around for centuries United States just after the civil war when so many men lost on. The battlefields was so little attention to their identification left to be buried until the battle that had killed them had passed often buried in mass graves leaving family and loved ones with no idea what happened to their father. Son Brother husband the grieving American public search for answers in media and through seances across Europe following world. War One sounds flourished often led by celebrities like Sir Arthur conon on and doyle the author Sherlock Holmes but critic arose from the World Magic from roughly nineteen twenty to nineteen twenty. Six Harry Harry. Houdini made a part of his. Life's work to expose. Mediums in the seance but the magician wasn't always so intent on exposing those would communicate with the dead. The great magician had two women in his life his mother and his wife. They were the law of his life when his mother Cecilia. Steiner Weiss died of a stroke. Nineteen Thirteen Harry. Houdini sought out a medium that would allow him to speak with his beloved mother but for decades his axe x his own acts had included. Sounds as were the highest form of deception. When he attended a seance could identify the very tricks tricks adhered used in his own acts? He went on the warpath exposing the fraudulent gatherings. Houdini he's former. Education was slight his self education. Commence the magician had a great love of books and of research built a formidable personal library when in the nineteen twenties he strode into the public public arena to confront fraudulent mediums. He proceeded from home lined with books and manuscripts about their methods of deception. Visitors to the online line collection can view July thirty first nineteen twenty five letter in which we need describes his extensive library of letters and documents related to the spiritualism his attacks stem from both shameless self-promotion sincere commitment to the public photographs and the Digital Houdini collection and show his exposures a rich penelope of psychic fraud sleight riding spirit photographs fingerprinting a spirit and trump and mediums. Who would transmit voices through the musical instrument articles and images present? Houdini greatest challenge many any crandon. The Media Mona's Marjorie. A woman who fooled one established academic mind after another. She found her greatest champion in Sir Arthur CONAN doyle. Genie was never able to expose her as an outright fraud but he did block her progress. Her name was Minna Crandon but the world knew her as Marjorie a pseudonym adopted to protect her from publicity. She lived with her husband successful. Surge in Leroy Crandon on Boston's affluent Beacon Hill. It was there in their house online street in one thousand nine hundred twenty three that she purportedly discovered she had psychic power specifically the ability to levitated objects generator. Called noises. Materialized spirit forms warms. The phenomenon were controlled. She said by the spirit of her deceased brother. Walter who would speak through Mina in a a gruff decidedly unspiritual manner. His No nonsense conference liberally laced with profanities before long binders talents came him to the attention of researchers and she was closely studied on an off for an suing ten years and through examination of the claims and counterclaims counterclaims so the various researchers would require a book length essay. I'm not that ambitious instead what I'd like to do. Compare and contrast the accounts of the initial investigation as presented in two influential books science and Para Science by Brian a angles nineteen eighty-four mediums and mystics. And the occult by Melborn Christopher. Nine hundred seventy five with only occasional forays into other sources verses when necessary and the process. We may not learn anything conclusive about March but we will learn something about the hazards and frustrations nations of studying. The paranormal was Marjorie. A greater magician than Houdini. Or was she the real thing able to call up dead and hold for
"crandon" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Properly and have them adequately staffed and so it's just reached the point where it's you know it's it's really bad a boil and they have just had their at least a year in terms of inmate homicides in in in any of the years for which they have records available which go back at least a couple of decades had eleven inmate deaths through the fiscal year that ended in September and then another three in October well now that is the overcrowding situation it's very bad it's the if they've been making some improvements and that by through through a variety of like sentencing reform is another measure that they've taken to try to bring down the population but it's not nearly enough so the most reporting the most recent reporting period so that they were still at a at a hundred and seventy percent capacity yes so I thought I guess it is no way to characterize but is that in large part responsible for the uptick in violence we're not necessarily it's a lot of things there a lot of issues that have been raised as the because over the years in litigation and investigations in a variety of ways that the they get out the the problems here I mean crowding yes that's definitely an issue and and it's also the type of credit so some of these a lot of these facilities are the inmates are are like a big dork you know when you were you have you know eighty hundred prisoners and like Crandon bunk beds so they're not in their own selves into fights break out all the time there's.
"crandon" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Lived on eighty second and cram them okay yeah yeah it was that house eighty second Crandon and there and was close to eleven or twelve and there was this massive snowstorm and they would get snow was is this call is I was in we build these tunnels in the backyard right I don't think there's no way I'd been that's as much fun as Chicago in a in a massive snowstorm when you're when you're a little kid well you know I try to explain this to my son because we all remember I you're probably talking about what was it sixty seven because people talk about the winter of sixty seven the window it was it the winner of seventy nine the winter of seventy nine I had a paper route and I tried to explain to my fourteen year old son Charlie you have no idea what it was like carrying newspapers on walking through people's yards when you had five feet of snow in it that was free easy in and then it would snow again yeah yeah yeah no sixty seven I think was in the in the ballpark but I even think there were a couple of them earlier than that because I was still younger okay and yeah yeah but all I know Chicago is the greatest the card is a great album I always always which had moved back to the Midwest but I just needed to be in New York and I would pass out like one well it's this Broadway thing that you fell in love with that's why I yes so I you know I started off with the youth center on the south side of Chicago the young man's Jewish council youth center after school program and Bob condo who ran the Broadway costume house in Chicago he got me going he was the head of that program we had seven kids you know between the ages of thirteen and and seventeen years older eighteen then that program over four years that statement went into the professional theatre both my cousins Allen Lou Rosen what Crosley who became crossfire Crosley she was with that little here in the heartland right right and.
"crandon" Discussed on Not So Standard Deviations
"It is like this common good thing it's like. Oh the offer packages it's like everyone should have access senate common good that I think the problem is that you know with the Internet. The Internet favors these massive companies that everyone turns since two for a service like Amazon for example. And it's not like any old open source company can just kind of walk on it and be like. Hey actually don't get it get it for me you know. They can't they can't do that right and so there isn't a lot of there is it's hard to compete. I think even if you did have the will and the energy and the resources horses to compete on open source software like to become the source of a given package. It's like it's going to go to Amazon 'cause easier and so we're just here Amazon. In general not just many debates. Yeah interesting well. Yeah so basically if you become an open insourcing helper know that you will have no bargaining power whatsoever at least over the coat over the code. Yeah Okay Well No. This is helpful. It's just on. It's just an odd situation. I don't know I mean we've talked about so many times. Yeah I think one of the things that makes exit odd. Is that open source actually like it like. I don't want to say one but it flourished you know I think there was. I think there was a time where it could have easily died right. We wouldn't be having this conversation right now and all software well much software is still proprietary. Very right so it could have been easily. That like open source didn't was never a thing and that was it. Everyone just worked for companies and row proprietors offer. That was it. Yeah Yeah like right now. All of like everything that we like about the Ui for Blake Arsenio tidy versa. Every end. Whatever that could have just been could just be like talking about like proprietary company like unlike code where it's like man I just love the? Ui this is such a great piece. The software that I pay for and we would have less subscribers podcasts. 'cause there'd be less people talking about it I guess well it could still be free. It's like they don't have to charge for it right yeah I. I don't think the fact that it's open source of the fact that it's free are necessarily think they you know they could could have charged for you know. Actually I guess one issues that they don't sell are they don't like distribute our itself right. You have to go to Crandon. Download our separately but I mean they could have charged for the interface but chose not to so yeah. Okay well I feel like I still don't it's it's quite the pickle I still don't know like what I don't know what's right you know it doesn't it's just weird. Yeah so it'd be asked you this just to push this a little bit for in your ideal world. What maybe you don't know the answer to this but in your ideal world what would happen? I don't know how but in my ideal world people do work and they are appreciated for it and like compensated fairly like that's like the thing I care most about that is broken and that not just from not like. I'm an especially good person. It's just like more sustainable. That way right like like if you're if you're depending gene on some line trying to make a name for themselves and they're like working nights and weekends to put software out there so that they become a famous hero like they will burn out and you see that all the time and so like software packages end and I get excited about something that goes away so like I just went like the work too. I want it to be psychologically. Sound the way that we are like I am in this business partnership with open source developers right and I don't WanNa feel like it's exploitative right and I guess that's right now I feel like it is because it's exploiting the worker who is working zero bargaining power and As working for free and his probably usually upset about something or you know what I mean. It's just I don't like that and it's not like this is the only place I mean. Oh my God like they're still like kind of a lot of slavery in the world like food like. I don't know like shrimp if you get shrimp in it's been peeled. There's a high chance that's from slave labor or so it's just like I don't I would rather just like not have any of that. What what what about this? What if we lived in a world where where software developers shared their source code right But did not release it so did not publish it under an open source license. See that's the thing I actually gonna be totally fine with them. The idea being that you're welcome to look at the source code but you cannot build another other product based on it. Yeah I'm fine with it but I'm also well okay. No I'm not fighting because stitch fix entire fire what you'd have to replace a lot of software probably although but if we could like just pay appropriately for it then that that would be okay right like we generate so much value from implementing the software in a certain way. You'd have to pay for a license that will allow you to do that. Basically yeah and I think that would be reasonable. Yeah I think there's an argument. Perhaps to be made that that you know software like I think we kind of live in this world where we believe that they are just software developers out there kind of like on their own contributing contributing to projects right and But I think that's something we should. Maybe I don't think we should necessarily early. Encourage perhaps I think so. Yeah I think that's where it is for me. It's a I see that attitude or like that kind of I think I think that that causes suffering if you will like. Yeah it's like it's like the work life felt like the there's been this culture for software engineers for tech in general of like. Oh finally I have a weekend free. I'm going to work on something else like it's it's like this this lake. It's like painful for me. 'cause it's like you know workaholics. Or you know it's just like oh no like this is this is someone who is not living their best life right now if like all they're doing is working on code in their free time on the weekends. Whatever and like I would like to be part of a system that discourages And right now. I'm a part of the system that encourages that right even though within my immediate orbit. That's not the case like you know like I can certainly certainly in my immediate orbit be like encouraging my co workers to go home at six or there's like like yeah. I'm all involved with like meditation stuff in people like living a full life is important to me and I certainly try to like go to conferences and talk about whatever but like like at the end of the day if I'm still using software the means of productions as people working nights and weekends than doesn't matter or does matter but it's like it's like it's living the contradiction and then we all are again. That doesn't leaking. That doesn't make it. Okay that I guess this one is one that I think about alarm right now everyday. kind of interaction. Yeah Yeah but anyway so downer. I'm not trying to imply like people are losing again like we're producing a data science podcasts. At our free time like this isn't like oh you can never do work outside of work our. I think it's great to have passion whatever but like it does become it can become a compulsion right. Like if you're like I never wanna be not working like that is like that. Certainly is like highly highly consistent with they. Maybe there's some like sadness inside to address. Well first of all let me we just provide you that. There are people who very kindly give money for this podcast. No patrons on patriotic so yeah right. Yeah no it's like appreciate that especially especially because we do incur costs like it's it's nice to feel like we're being supportive for that you know it's like okay. Yeah this is a mutual relationship. Shit can I just one thing. I'm not working in an academic environment. I have you know I feel like my thoughts about software have changed mostly because I've just gotten older nick but I you know when you work you. Obviously I encounter a lot of students and most students do not have a ton of money and so when they are trying to accomplish certain tasks you know I think like many like most people look for the lowest cost option right and hopefully one that's free and Which I think is totally logical and I think so? I think there's an many times that option is an open source option or you. You know something like that right. Yeah totally so and so this is something that they learned early on mostly out of necessity right But I think it does proce- see you know not preceded. It does kind of follow them later. You know later in life where they're you know even where they might even be in a position to just pay five dollars a month or whatever it is. That's right to but they're kind of thinking is like well there's an open source version is a free version. Like what am I. Just use that right. Yeah and then you had in like this. This kind of Like there's a morality of like you shouldn't charge for like that's the way it gets. It gets like tied up with weird morality stuff. I dislike where yeah and like. Oh yeah this should be about the ideas. You shouldn't be trying to make money from this right like I feel like I see that a lot for academics where it's like like I think I even like I remember I was when I was thinking about what job To do after Grad school and was talking to someone about like. Oh well I guess I could like you know. Sell my soul like you cannot say stuff like that. Yeah Yeah and then that's a that is so condescending. Like like why are you saying and I felt like a good moment for me of like. Yeah that was. Actually you know like there's an economy people make money like this isn't there's a lot of morality stuff in academia that it does not come from a healthy place but you know I often get asked for you have various kinds of software recommendations just living my life and would I make often like what I make recommendation to. The first question that comes back is free. Yeah right as like. There's an expectation that something should be like some version of whatever saw I need should be free right but you would never say that like if you were recommending a car. So it's like yeah but obviously again physical products about the same same journalism. It's like people get so cranky about pay walls and I paid for journalism but again again. That's like a moral thing on my part is like oh well I want people to be fairly compensated for their work. So I pay for my subscription to and talking points memo New York Times or you know so it's like I I don't know you could barely see people from that high ground that you're on. Yeah exactly and it is true. Though that I don't know I seventy acts accurate. They're not executive. People came up through Grad school and stuff and like the way people spend money is like loosely correlated with how much money they make like. Abbas where it's like you know you have free food. People are like going for it. Like if you have Grad school people are like the best is like man. Data scientists like you're calculating the tip down to the scent and like you're dividing and you're like wading against whether or not someone had a drink blake and then it's like sales people are like embarrassed for you. Were just like just pay like you. Who makes the most money on this Astana all the time? You look like there's no like yeah so I don't know it's none of this is logical is what I'm saying. Anyway all right. Let's say I had another topic but we should definitely wait eight on it going to end with the very short note which I don't know if you saw but our has the in the Beta version of our is a new color Palette. The new default Color Palette. Did you see this now. So you know that the default Color Palette you know about that right so like be back in the days of base are you had like color..
The Mystery of the Christmas Tree Ship
"Bidder. Wins rose from the Great Lakes and Bill O.. Down the streets of Chicago south shore the shortcut off Crandon Avenue. Vanu didn't say Barbara Scheunemann anytime. She should've taken the route but she wasn't thinking straight. Her heart was elsewhere. It was about to board the ship and she was late to say goodbye. BARBA POULTER hood tighter a barrier between herself and the cheer of the Christmas season. Her husband was once the captain of the Rouse Simmons. A one hundred twenty three foot schooner that sank into winter storm in nineteen twelve every winter. He travelled north North to Wisconsin to bring evergreens back for the families of Chicago to decorate at Christmas. Christmas was their livelihood. But that didn't mean that Barbara couldn't resent it all the same mm-hmm. She knew as all wives of sailors did that. The lake was as much a grave as it was a highway. Every trips beginning could spell the end she knew it it as she walked the length of the dock Barbara paid no mind to the fishermen and rats. Her Thoughts dwelled on her daughters Elsie Hazel Bill. Pearl all at school. She wiped a frozen tear from her cheek and snap back to the present her heart leapt. Does she saw her husband. Herman waiting waiting at the end of the dock. The Row Simmons loomed large behind him. His voice called out to Barbara Wind asking her to come with him this year to spend Christmas at sea she ran to him. All the nearby tackle seller saw next was a hooded woman. Leap off the dock. With their arms outstretched stretched just before getting swallowed by the wake of the ships. Didn't matter that nobody else seemed to notice the tackle seller rushed to save the woman despite the icy temperature. He jumped in after her. He might not have done it for a stranger but he could have sworn the woman was the widow of Sadler he wants no
"crandon" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"The for personal you have a question I know that she explained that I remember I was way ahead of the curve and banding that stupid you date rape saw which was baby it's cold outside and all of that in that I am most of mostly I just hated the song so I jumped out the date rape they go to bed and all sorts of other radio stations I'd ever like the sought let's find some other way I'm I'm not gonna be like a lefty when you don't like something just claim that it's bigoted as summer is somebody and they get rid of it that way that's what I want to get rid of you all just claim somehow your presence in here is some sort of active racism or something or another all right the weather pleasant enough night for early December partly cloudy lo twenty nine not much of a warm up tomorrow the mostly sunny kind of windy northwest north winds attended twenty high of thirty five Saturday as early December goes is pretty nice partly sunny high forty you know what tomorrow it so just nobody pays any Friday what a bore I do I go about what did you do Crandon granted in the online delivery same day is that it it's a nexus about yeah I say nexus kind of that's faded away hard balance yeah I did away kids well yeah of course you know what your kids little not now it if your kids still think say neck it's got a big of a presidency and you can't be say next is always a confusing what I remember your parents or try to explain what the difference in in St naked Sadeq loss and they never really had that down if as a difficult one Sadek barely survives at all I mean is anybody out there have you heard anybody even do this any parents do it they do it here not that you hear nothing about it though like what is that words like the likes get your presence in time for St next you don't see it on here that what I think it's kind of a German midwestern thing rather than a anyway Sunday mostly cloudy with a chance for a few rain showers highs in the mid forties a member of the Green Bay the Packer game starts at noon Monday mostly cloudy with a chance for light rain and snow thirty nine Tuesday got a cold second half of next week starting on Tuesday very cold chance for light snow high only making twenty degrees I have been cosmetic for some time that I believe that we are headed toward a clash between two groups that are identified on the left the gender rights advocates and the feminists they've been lumped together in the same kind of coalition so far the L. G. B..
"crandon" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Committed a whistle blower who raised concerns about trump's phone call with them and by the way plus he says that's it that's why we're impeaching hello she says that trump asked the president of Ukraine for assistance in a twenty twenty campaign he did not he didn't know what she said he did not like a mob boss do you own all of that there I mention this on Friday there is a statute it's a treaty actually goes back to nineteen ninety nine is signed by a slick Willie it's a mutual pact between us in Ukraine for joint prosecution of corruption president trump by asking the president of Ukraine to look in two items of conclusion collusion that just happened to involve Biden is kid president trump is following the law but the Democrats are lying is act like a mob boss he's telling this guy may get up don't get back to me you know you do I want to hear the right thing if not I'm not going to send you any money well the money had already been sent present your Crandon even know that they're gonna stop put on it there's nothing they are saying about this that is true which leads me to another observation why all of the defeatism on our side and I don't mean among you I'm talking about our intelligence talking about Republicans and conservatives in Washington and media why all the defeatism why all the factions in fox's why and all of a sudden all I can't defend drop anymore this is too much okay I'll explain an answer all of those folks on today's excursion into broadcast ax.
"crandon" Discussed on 600 WREC
"The intelligence community whistle blower who raised concerns about trump's phone call with the and by the way plus he says that's it that's why we're impeaching hello she says that trump asked the president of Ukraine for our system to the twenty twenty campaign he did not he didn't know what she said he did not like a mob boss do you own all of that there I mention this on Friday there is a statute it's a treaty actually goes back to nineteen ninety nine signed by a slick Willie it's a mutual pact between us in Ukraine for joint prosecution of corruption president trump by asking the president of Ukraine to look in two items of conclusion collusion that just happened to involve Biden is kid president trump is following the law but the Democrats are lying he's act like I'm not bossy settle this guy may get up don't get back to me don't you do I want to hear the right thing if not I'm not going to send you any money well the money had already been sent present your Crandon even all that they're gonna stop put on it there's nothing they are saying about this that is true which leads me to another observation why all of the defeatism on our side and I don't mean among you I'm talking about our intelligence talking about Republicans and conservatives in Washington in media why all the defeatism why all the factions and fox news why and all of a sudden all I can't defend drop anymore this is too much okay I'll explain an answer all of those folks on today's excursion into broadcast ax Limbaugh.
"crandon" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Intelligence community whistle blower who raised concerns about trump's phone call with the and by the way plus he says that's it that's why we're impeaching. hello he says that trump asked the president of Ukraine for I systems of the twenty twenty campaign he did not he didn't know what she said he did not like a mob boss do you own all of that there I mention this on Friday there is a statute. it's a treaty actually goes back to nineteen ninety nine signed by a slick Willie. it's a mutual pact. between us in Ukraine for joint prosecution of corruption. president trump by asking the president of Ukraine. to look in two items of conclusion collusion that just happened to involve Biden is kid. president trump is following the law. but the Democrats are lying he's act like I'm not bossy settle this guy may get up don't get back to me don't you do I want to hear the right thing if not I'm not going to send you any money well the money had already been sent president your Crandon even know that they're gonna stop put on it there's nothing they are saying about this that is true which leads me to another observation why all of the defeatism on our side. and I don't mean among you I'm talking about our intelligence. talking about. Republicans and conservatives in Washington in media why all the defeatism why all the factions and fox is why they all of a sudden I can't defend drop anymore this is too much okay I'll explain an answer all of this works. past acts. because we know for you only the best will do on the. it is made for talk news radio.
Toddler hospitalized after contracting bacterial infection at the beach, mom says
"I'm not a beach guy really outside guy so much more. Definitely not a beach guy tried to go to the beach and I don't know what do do to sit in the sand, son ride the wave as fun to me. Okay. I not tell you why there's a baby baby goes to the beach in Florida and now has a bacterial infection because of the high fecal matter in the water sand. That's why I don't do this. What's that from animals or people cares call things all the toddler was hospitalized after catching to back till affections at Crandon park in in Florida, three roses beach cut to infections are not say this stuff. The next day I noticed the kid had redness under her lip. Yep, love people come out of this beach with the same issue. Doctor said that is a growth and she's gonna have scars over hints. I read think to by hand, women are petrified of hand aging. Oh, yeah. Last time I did a little face like peel on my on my face. I did all my hands and my hands repealing and I was like, this is amazing. Seventy eight percent of women forty and older. Wish they could change the way their hands look sixty percent of..
Man dies from bacterial infection after eating raw oysters in Florida
"So-called hazardous weather outlook Afternoon the, national weather service says strong, thunderstorms are, possible especially over Palm. Beach and Broward counties the storms are coming as, sweltering heat, and humidity grip the, region we could have feels like temperatures in the one hundred's Florida death row, inmate now has an execution date governor Rick Scott yesterday signed a. Death warrant for Jose human is he was found guilty of the nineteen Ninety-two stabbing death of sixty three zero Phyllis, menas who. Caught him burglarizing her north, Miami, apartment the. Lethal injection for is is set for August fourteenth a store owner who. Was shot and killed in a robbery and north. Lauderdale was the father of two children who survived the February shooting at Marjory. Stoneman Douglas high school sixty one year old emigrant from Bangladesh was a married father of four. Police are still looking for his killer swimming advisories are under effect at three south Florida beaches state health officials, in Miami Dade County say tests on water samples showed, elevated fecal bacteria levels at, golden beach, Crandon beach north and Crandon beach south The 'Bacterial is often the, result. Of stormwater runoff wildlife pets and human sewage a. Seventy one year old Sarasota man dead after eating a. Bad waster earlier this month according to the Florida Department of health in Sarasota county the man contracted vibrio vulnificus from eating the raw oysters and died on July tenth the health department says infections are rare but exposures are more common during the. Warm months between may and October so far. This year there have been three deaths and sixteen, cases of vibrio vulnificus in, Florida you're, next update at one. Thirty I'm Karen Curtis stay connected with news anytime, at eight, fifty WT l. dot, com not too many slowdowns to worry about this report is brought to you by express employment professionals starting off.
Trump taps Kathy Kraninger to take over consumer protection bureau
"Thera bathrooms and medical facilities according to u s representative will heard there are four hundred beds out the temporary shelter but heard says federal officials are evaluating whether to increase that number two four thousand the department of homeland security says at least two thousand children have been separated from their parents at the border since the administration zerotolerance order went into effect in april for npr news i'm carlos what alice wanna president trump's loudest critics is taking the trump administration to task over the separation of migrant children from the parents at the us mexico border president trump as democrats for the situation instead of his hero tolerance policy but democratic senator richard blumenthal of connecticut says democrats aren't the bad guys here especially on thursday we should be terrifying families in supporting not ripping children away and then nearly demagoguing blaming it on democrats or anyone else when there is no law nearly six hundred african migra rinse at the center of the debate over immigration in europe have begun arriving at the spanish port of valencia then and talion coastguard ship the first to arrive and now the charity rescue ship aquarius has docked another talion ship carrying the rest of the migrants expected to dock soon that took the convoy nearly a week to travel from the waters off sicily after the aquarius was turned away by italy and malta president trump plans to nominate kathy cranach to lead the consumer financial protection bureau impure shannon van zandt reports cranberries deputy to mick mulvaney the director of the office of management and budget he's also currently acting as the director of the cfpb pb which he regularly criticised while in congress the white house calls crandon astonished supporter of free enterprise consumer advocates expect her to continue mulvaney deregulatory agenda the white house says the bureau has been plagued by excessive spending and politicized agendas the obama administration established the cfp be to protect consumer from predatory lenders and other financial risk shannon vincent npr news washington reza macedonia have signed a deal aimed at resolving a long running dispute over macedonia's name today signing ceremony was held after greek prime minister alexis tsipras survived a no confidence vote in parliament yesterday and from washington you're listening to npr news a candlelight vigil is being planned for tonight in kansas city for the two sheriff's deputies killed while transporting inmates from a court hearing the investigation suggests that one of the.
Matt talks to Marc Okrand about cursing in Klingon
"Hi, this is Matt fiddler, and you're listening to very bad words. The podcast about swearing and taboo language. We've covered swearing in foreign languages before on two different episodes in two thousand seventeen. And on this many cast, we're going to cover some more foreign curse words. But these particular swear words have no definitions because these are words from the Star Trek universe Markle Crandon I devised the Klingon language. Her didn't Star Trek movies and TV shows. In fact, he created all the alien languages heard on Star Trek Romulo in Vulcan and a few others what I was I asked to make up Klingon it was for Star Trek, three. And the idea was to make up Klingon lines that meant these twenty maybe at the most lines in the script, and we decided to make it sound real. It should be real. So he made it be realized with grammar and consistent cavalier and all these things. But the goal was never to make more than what was needed for the script. And the next time I had anything to do with with with the language was when I wrote this book, which may or may not have been a good idea called the Klingon dictionary. And there is nice say that is because it caused all kinds of things to happen with the language wants. This book came out. And in writing the book, I said, okay, if I include only what was in the movie and vocabulary items that were in the original TV show, maybe it would have been a really skinny book. There wasn't that much to flesh out the vocabulary and grammar, but mainly vocabulary. And in doing that, I thought of all kinds of things to add a lot, a lot of words. And then it got to the part about profanity because if you're a Star Trek fan, even a casual one like myself, you know that the klingons must say, vile dirty things just fits with their character it when people are learning new languages, what are the first things they want to learn after learning? The book is on the table. They wanna swear. They want to learn how to curse because that's how real people talk. I mean, how awesome would it be? Swear it someone at a Star Trek convention or Comecon in Klingon. But Mark would have to create profanity from scratch for this Klingon dictionary. He was creating. Because there was none in the movie Star Trek, three and none in the original TV shows. Is that right? What am I going to do here gave us some fun. I said, well, I wanna make sure they published this book. So I made up maybe five words, six. I said, these are the dirty words, and here the meanings of each of these words. And the meetings were comic book means meaning asterisk exclamation point at sign, stuff like that. So none of them was defined. But when the audiobook conversational Klingon was to be published, Mark wanted a little intro to the book that included a lesson on swearing in the original first draft, some kind of introduction, whatever it wasn't as okay. Now let's begin with what everyone who learns a foreign language. What's to know I, which is the dirty words and the company putting this thing out to Simon and Schuster said, no. No, we can't. We can't have dirty words. You know, we can't do that. So I thought about it. I said, all right, we'll do something else will be more traditional. Let's start with the sounds, but Simon and Schuster did let Mark put some Klingon curses in the final version. So they snuck in snuck in there. But once again, they were not defined. I'd say things like this word you my utter, if you're really angry and let it go, that none of them has never been defined. Next week, we'll hear a lot more for Mark about Leon Star Trek in white klingons do actually curse a lot in the Star Trek universe. We'll also hear from David Peterson who has linguists that creates other fictional languages in the curse. Go with them including the rocky language from game of thrones. We're gonna find out about all sorts of these curses in fictional languages and how fantasy inside often make new English curse words to express the taboos in their fictional worlds. Nice to see the truth that route. Route and guidance through this whole story. We'll be my former radio co worker force Phillips and his scifi fantasy partner Emily. So tune in next week? Very bad words.