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What Did Mike Rowe Think He Would Be When He Grew Up?

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:15 min | 2 weeks ago

What Did Mike Rowe Think He Would Be When He Grew Up?

"Show. I'm interviewing Mike Rowe, who has a show on TBN, at least they tell me, because I have yet to see it. But it's called the story behind the story. It airs Saturday nights at 9 p.m.. Now, Mike Rowe, you saw in between the commercial break or whatever this was. Your friend and mine, Matt crouch, came on and told me off camera, everything might just said, is wrong, this whole thing is his idea, whatever. And I'm not surprised to hear that because you're a humble guy, you know, when I ask you who you are, you tell me your parents and stuff. That's who you are, and it's why you're likeable to some. But I keep thinking that you, all the shows that you've done, including this one, there's a through line. And it's you. It's your appreciation for people and for jobs and for that kind of thing. So I have to ask you, when you were a kid, where did you grow up? And what did you think you would be doing in the future? I grew up on a little farm in Baltimore, Maryland next to a genius named Carl noble, who happened to be my grandfather, I'm going to stick this back in my ear again real quick and begged to be grandfather was Carl noble, the genius, and you lived next door to him, okay? Carl noble could build a house without a blueprint, right? He was that guy. He only went to the 7th grade, but by the time he was 30, he was a master electrician, plumber steam fitter pipe that the guy could fix build, repair, fabricate anything. My assumption as a kid was that I'd follow in his footsteps. The handy gene tragically is recessive, so I did not get the requisite skills necessary to fulfill my early dream and upon his recommendation I got a different toolbox and got into this crazy industry and began working. Dirty jobs, many years later was a tribute to him, so too was the micro works foundation, which I'm pleased to say is offering another round of work ethic scholarships. If you're viewers are interested, they should apply for one of those things. We give away a million bucks a year.

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What Is 'The Story Behind the Story?' Host Mike Rowe Explains

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:50 min | 2 weeks ago

What Is 'The Story Behind the Story?' Host Mike Rowe Explains

"What is the story behind the story, Mike Rowe? What's the story behind the show, the story behind the story? It's like those Russian nesting eggs. You know, you open one, and there's another one. And then you open another one. Look, there's another one in there. Right. It's layers, right? It's like an onion. So I mentioned a podcast called the way I heard it. It's been around for about 5 years, and that podcast is basically me ripping off the late great Paul Harvey. Who had a great segment called the rest of the story. And the rest of the story told these 5 or 6 minute mysteries, something you didn't know about somebody you do. Well, a guy named Matt crouch, who happens to be your boss and the progenitor of this year network. Technically he liked that podcast. Yeah. Technically. He listened to him, and he said to me, not it must have been a year year and a half, two years ago. He said, Mike, you ought to take these stories that you've written and bring them to life with elaborate recreations, and we should give the viewer something to really sink their teeth into. And I said, Matt, there are new viewers. It's a podcast, right? It's just something for people to listen to. Because I think it could be bigger. I said, I don't think. So he said, I'm pretty sure I could. I said, I doubt it. Anyhow, I don't hear from him. For like four months. And then he comes back and he took three of my stories, Eric. Yeah. And he brought them to life in a surprising and beautiful way. Wait a minute, you're talking about Matt crouch. I know him. I don't think he did that. He had to do that for him. Look, dude, I was surprised too, okay? No, the funny thing about there are certain people. Matt crouch is a TV producer, and he thinks like a TV producer, right? It's like some people think he's just technically, that's how he thinks. And I love that. The idea came from Matt, you were the one that was resistant to

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Police: Teen charged in triple killing is loose, dangerous

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 5 months ago

Police: Teen charged in triple killing is loose, dangerous

"Police police in in garland garland Texas Texas are are alleging alleging a a fourteen fourteen year year old old boy boy was was the the gunman gunman in in a a triple triple murder murder at at a a gas gas station station Sunday Sunday and and say say he's he's dangerous dangerous and and on on the the loose loose capital capital murder murder charges charges have have been been filed filed against against fourteen fourteen year year old old able able Elias Elias Acosta Acosta who's who's accused accused of of firing firing within within twenty twenty rounds rounds from from a a pistol pistol after after crouching crouching down down and and swinging swinging open open the the door door of of a a gas gas station station convenience convenience store store Sunday Sunday he he remains remains at at large large and and police police have have released released a a suspect suspect description description calling calling a a custody custody interests interests three three teens teens were were killed killed police police are are calling calling this this a a retaliatory retaliatory attack attack Acosta's Acosta's father father Richard Richard accused accused of of driving driving his his son son to to the the gas gas station station and and then then driving driving off off in in a a Dodge Dodge ram ram pickup pickup the the fathers fathers also also charged charged with with capital capital murder murder another another teen teen who who had had been been arrested arrested Monday Monday remains remains a a person person of of interest interest in in the the investigation investigation but but has has been been released released by by authorities authorities I'm I'm Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn

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Standup Comedy Barry Neal Interview    Headliner & Booking Agent  Show #88 - burst 01

Standup Comedy "Your Host and MC"

02:00 min | 7 months ago

Standup Comedy Barry Neal Interview Headliner & Booking Agent Show #88 - burst 01

"I was not dating anybody in college about relationships. And i'm not gonna talk about politics. That wasn't in politics. So it's just what did i know. I knew sports nine new tv. Stoa figure start there. Will you know that's good advice for anybody listening. That wants to be a comic. You gotta talk about what you know and then have it something that everybody in the audience can relate to so talking about television. Really in sports are a good place to start so you started off in chicago. How did you end up over in europe. i played hockey On a traveling team in oh cool and then. My coach was originally played on the swedish olympic team. Way back when and We were pretty good traveling team and he thought we should take a group of all stars and represent laker the team. Usa and I was selected to be the gold one of the goalies on the team. And so i have my little team. Usa jersey and I got to play with a vicki. No hockey It was a thrill. Because i always played against him in chicago but now he was my was tony granato. Who's an all who is an all-star for the los angeles kings wow kings. Yeah no everyone in hockey knows that name. And that's amazing. Congratulations how cool and and again. I have known you a long time and had no idea. You had a hockey background. And how proud you must have been to represent america overseas if you know what it was kind of cool because it was a time where you read or at olympic the miracle on ice and toast to be over there and has the european crouching. Usa was just it was it was cool. It was something one of the highlights of my life along with having kids and being married but definitely gone over then representing the country was pretty cool. Okay

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Mountain Lion Killed After Attacking Child in Southern California

WBZ Morning News

00:38 sec | 9 months ago

Mountain Lion Killed After Attacking Child in Southern California

"Lion That attacked a five year old boy and dragged the child across his front lawn in Southern California has been shot and killed. The £65 Mountain lion attack the boy while he was playing near his house on Thursday in Calabasas. Dragged him about 50 yards before the mother rescued the child. Captain Patrick Foye, spokesman with the California Department of Fish and Wildlife, said the boy is in stable condition at Los Angeles' Hospital, a wildlife officers sent to the home shot and killed the mountain line as he was crouching in bushes. DNA tests confirming it was the animal who attacked the child 19 year old Jameel

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"crouch" Discussed on The Way I Heard It with Mike Rowe

The Way I Heard It with Mike Rowe

05:12 min | 1 year ago

"crouch" Discussed on The Way I Heard It with Mike Rowe

"You said nothing would happen to you. And that was i. Don't even remember what he said. I just remember that the way he said it made me shut up and be yes sir. No sir ya straight away. But i mean he he he laid into me for. I don't know how long in front of the whole class at a very high volume and then and then he went back to the quiet nature as as he said while. Hope you i hope you get better or i hope that that heels you know. Sorry sorry you you're in that situation or whatever but it was something something nice and then he was back to quiet and then it was. Yes or no sir. Well he was a man of consequence. Yes you know. Every action demand some kind of response and he was also an unpredictable man so he didn't always know what that response would be but he demanded and commanded respect. And if you were disrespectful openly disrespectful he let you know about it but again what made him. A paradox was the the reverence he had for response. Act and the irreverence. he had everything else. Were really two sides of the same coin and that is why what. Not how matters. That's why the duality of ood away is interesting. Try not to try. I wasn't really thinking about that when i wrote about him. But when i listened to adjust now that that's the thing that hit me the most in the end there are so many lessons to take from him but that was the big one courage. Get out of your own way. If you're gonna try to do a thing master it and then forget everything you learned. Think about the best moments we had with him like the intimacy of the way he he would sing sometimes he would get frustrated sometimes with conversations and just come come close to you and sing a song straight into your face to make a point. That is such an alarmingly strange way. It's it's so borderline inappropriate and and strangely intimate and yet when he did it it was also equally and he was unique. I miss him. But i shudder to think where i would be had. I not randomly signed up for that choir. But by the time i met you.

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"crouch" Discussed on The Way I Heard It with Mike Rowe

The Way I Heard It with Mike Rowe

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"crouch" Discussed on The Way I Heard It with Mike Rowe

"I think it's worth doing is because i feel bad for teachers today when i was thinking the other day what would fred king of been doing during the lockdowns knowing him as we did. Yeah you know. he's not gonna. he's not going to stay out of the classroom if the school says no you can't you can't come to school. I i know exactly what he would have done. Have started holding classes at home. He would have invited people over to his house. He just wouldn't have stopped. I'm not saying this is a compliment. I'm just saying that that's what he would've done. There's just no way. He would have sat on his hands and not use this entire insane years. Some kind of giant teachable moment. It's tough to say though. Because you know he had a wife he had a family at home who also could be concerned about these things. I mean look. We were fed a steady diet this last year of just how dangerous this thing was and how it could kill us at any moment and it was everywhere an unavoidable. And we're we're trying to keep it at bay and that would have been difficult for fred to what was his wife named pat at you. Know that would have been difficult for for pat. Pat would have to make the decision. So i know you love your kids and everything but this is my house to you. And here's what i worry about. We just opened up a few days ago here in california For things back to normal no masks. Whatever but i went to the bank. They still made me wear a mask. I went to the grocery store. They still made me wear a mask. I think this fear is going to be around for a while. And it's gonna. I don't know how you recover from a year of isolation and being afraid to laugh or sing in of someone you know who is in the same room with you How you get back to a place of normalcy when you've trained yourself for so long to fear everything Fits and starts like all progress. You know it's not going to be a straight line. it's going to be jagged. it'll it'll it'll trend in a certain direction. And then i think it will tip. Look something just just posted something on my facebook page. Doesn't have anything to do with fred king or mentors or anything else but maybe it does In fact you brought it to my attention just the other night John stewart showed up on the colbert show and dropped the truth bomb. Unlike anything i've seen in the last fifteen months. That was really one of the greatest videos i've seen in over a year because if you haven't seen it jon stewart basically just goes on to say look this virus this corona virus that came out of wuhan. It's not unreasonable. To assume that it might have come out of the wilhem. Corona virus lab random disease is named in the same name that the lab has gotta at least look at it it was funny it was irreverent. It was ironic and it and it was the first time in fifteen months that i heard someone in his position. Say truly funny thing. At a time i mean no one quite knew how to react. People laugh because it was funny. But all of a sudden this is a beloved icon of the left. Yeah coming right out of the closet and saying look it seems pretty clear. Now that This thing started in a lap. So you know what would that mean for the mainstream media. What will that mean for. Social media that video that i share it on facebook which has since been shared over twenty thousand times and reached like four million people..

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"crouch" Discussed on The Way I Heard It with Mike Rowe

The Way I Heard It with Mike Rowe

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"crouch" Discussed on The Way I Heard It with Mike Rowe

"Yeah i was amazed by the parallels for me. Personally not just between donald crouch and fred king But you know owed to a grapefruit. Right he he. He writes a poem and then he's forced to recite it by a teacher. Who put him in a very very uncomfortable position. Fred king put me in a very uncomfortable position. He up stride. King was very suspicious of that is comfortable very suspicious. He was always putting people in uncomfortable positions to challenge them to to widen their world. What better thing for a teacher to do than to make the students uncomfortable but still feel like they could come back to some baseline and be be safe. His class was not a safe space now and he was far far. Far from anything remotely politically correct. I doubt he'd be allowed to teach. Today you know 'c i really do but Head you hear that sound. By the way i do not. Oh good because that's a sander. I'm having some work done here today. And i didn't think i'd hear it but i do. It's like the leaf blower from two weeks ago. If you hear it will keep it. In fact i do not hear it good good. I'm glad you might anyway. If fred were here right now you'd say you know there is no sander. You know you listen to that sand or do you think about how you're doing you think about how you're doing you're gonna lose your train of thought you lose your train of thought what goes out the window and your podcast. Craps the bed. Nobody wants nobody wants to hear that. Nobody wants a podcast crap in in the bed. now they don't Go ahead you were gonna say something. No i wasn't. I was gonna take a sip on my coffee out of my ember mug. Have i showed you this thing before. This warm keep stuff. Warm right yeah. The discovery channel sent me an ember mug for some reason. I don't know and Yeah you charge it. And then it'll keep your coffee hot for an hour and a half at one hundred and forty five. That seems really hot to keep your coffee. It's it's good. Coffee usually comes out about one one seventy five which is almost too hot to drink and you get it down to one forty five and it stays there for an hour and a half and it's great. They make thermoses they make mugs. It's a little precious. You know i'm not recommending it necessarily because they're not a sponsor of this podcast and as you know and our shameless pursuit of filthy lucre. Now only recommend things in exchange for some yalta franken little dachshund jingle watt. Wow yes in the end. This is pretty indulgent. This is two guys in their mid late. Fifties talking about is teacher who affirmatively changed the trajectory of their lives. And the only reason honestly..

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"crouch" Discussed on The Way I Heard It with Mike Rowe

The Way I Heard It with Mike Rowe

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"crouch" Discussed on The Way I Heard It with Mike Rowe

"Go while the only thing you can think about is a white bear. It's the only thing you can see so when you try not to try you're doomed. What he's saying. I've heard so many different people in so many different ways have tried to articulate the same result. It's like when you see a great singer. Onstage doing their best that what you're seeing in many cases is a master of technique. But you're not seeing the technique. Right so i think you might get hurt. Who was on the podcast. A couple of months ago his inspiration his hero musically is a Is a bass baritone famous classical singer called dietrich fischer dieskau and to your mike talk about dietrich it. It's the absolute mastery of vocal technique. It's perfect is perfect technician. But what makes him. Great is that you can't see any of the technique when he's performing all effortless. You don't see him trying so many singers you see them sweat strain you. See the vein bulging actually pop singers. They're out there and it's all the center throats. It's all it's work. You know which is work not discount like the great singers just like a great. Judo artists a great master of karate of a great comedian. Any of them the last thing you want to see when you're in the audiences somebody's technique you just wanna be blown away by the artistry or the beauty of the art the perfection of the thing and so everything is everything is an attempt at least if you're an artist but i think it goes broader than that when you're in trouble from a safety standpoint. It's probably because you're focused. Maybe more on compliance than actual safety more on. How less than on what right. That's what i was trying to articulate on the mackinac bridge I got to comfortable. You know some jobs. You want your prefrontal cortex highly involved. Some you dumped if you're trying to have a peak experience if you're if you're trying to get to some sort of place of expression then you've got to get out of your own way. And i just say all of that because sooner or later anybody who fancies himself artists look for me writing. This book is a perfect example. When i sit down to write when i sat down okay got a deadline. Gotta do this. you know. that's what it became work. When i was sitting on a plane really with nothing better to do. Even though i was in a very strange environment. I sat down in. The words came really easily..

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"crouch" Discussed on The Way I Heard It with Mike Rowe

The Way I Heard It with Mike Rowe

05:05 min | 1 year ago

"crouch" Discussed on The Way I Heard It with Mike Rowe

"It'd be people struggle. I think to describe people like fred king. I certainly struggled trying to articulate the impact that he had on me and we should say. I'm gonna say it now because i don't want forget but i wrote his eulogy really as an exercise just for myself and that turned into a podcast. I forget what number it is but episode number sixty four sixty four all right so it would be the king and if you wanna hear more about the impact he had on me anyway. That's that's an episode. You can listen to but he had to be in the book jock he had to be. Because when i stumbled across the james earl jones story and read a in his words his relationship with donald crouch. Obviously it rhymed perfectly with my relationship with fred. But then i started thinking about you know my mom and dad who both taught public schools and the impact of teaching in general and the fact that there's so many different ways you can teach and so many different ways you can inspire in so many different ways you can challenge and mentor. And i don't think there's a playbook for any of it. God knows the teachers unions. Try but boy. The best teachers i know are far afield from what's expected and what's correct. What's really interesting to me about. This chapter is that you know. I mean i've known you for a very long time but this whole stuttering thing. This is what i like to call. Bc before chuck. So i i had no idea until i'm trying to i. I was thinking earlier today. When did i become aware that. You had a stutter. When did i find that out. And i don't think it was until you were writing the book. Yeah i was cured overstating it a bit but i. my stutter. Went away a few months before you. And i met right currency of fred king and i should be really clear to about something from physiological standpoint. I didn't stutter. The way lots of other people do mel tillis at the stutterer of all stutterer porky pig. They're they're big stutterers out. There i had more of a stammer and it was exacerbated. Not by physical problem but mentally. I was painfully breathtakingly. Shy as a kid just almost nonfunctional. I say it in the book and it's true. The doorbell rang. I used to dive under the the table. My parents were horrified. That i was just backward to the point that i was so deep in my shell..

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"crouch" Discussed on The Way I Heard It with Mike Rowe

The Way I Heard It with Mike Rowe

05:40 min | 1 year ago

"crouch" Discussed on The Way I Heard It with Mike Rowe

"James earl jones. I was a painfully shy kid with deep voice and a weird stammer. My mother still likes to tell stories of how as a boy. I dive under the dining room table when the doorbell rang. Sometimes according to her. I would vomit at the mere prospect of meeting. New The boy scouts were on hand to help me out of my shell along with a teacher. No less remarkable than donald crouch my favorite teacher fred king. I was a tall skinny freshman when we first met with encroaching hairline and a larynx the size of a fist. He was mr king. The new music teacher who inherited a choir filled with students like me students. Who'd never sung before and thought they were getting a free period from the start. We got much more than we bargained for. Remember george c scott's opening speech and patton. Well patent was a wimp compared to fred king. He walked into our classroom that very first day in greeted us with two words that bled into each other shot up. His voice was stunningly loud. The classroom was instantly quiet in the silence. He passed out a piece of sheet music far beyond anyone's ability to sight read. It was a six part acapella arrangement in latin. There was no way for us to get our bearings. We didn't know how to sight read. And what's more. There was no time. Mr king had already blown a pitch. Pipe raised his hands and started to conduct. I don't know what he was expecting. But the silence. That followed seemed to confuse him. Mr king looked around curiously. He looked at his hands as if they were causing the problem. Then he frowned. Gave us the pitch one more time and started conducting again silence. This is the overly high school concert choir. Is it not once again silence. Mr king closed his eyes. He took several deep breaths as though trying to calm himself then. He came unhinged smashing one hand on the piano. He launched into a tirade peppered with expressions most often heard pool halls and saloons. He phoned he raved. He cursed like the sailor he had once been as the veins bulged in his neck and forehead he tore the sheet music to shreds through the pieces into the air and started to rant about cruel twist of fate clueless mutes and a few other things kicking music. Stand across the classroom. He bellowed if you're not willing to sing. Then get the hell out..

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"crouch" Discussed on The Way I Heard It with Mike Rowe

The Way I Heard It with Mike Rowe

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"crouch" Discussed on The Way I Heard It with Mike Rowe

"Is the way i heard it. Chapter twenty seven. Breaking the silence. When donald crouch i encountered jim in his english class in rural michigan. The aging teacher saw a sullen fourteen year. Old boy a boy who'd gone deep into a cocoon of self-imposed silence. Donald might have assumed the gym was bored or uninterested or even backward certainly he appeared to be all of those things but there was something in the young boy that lit up whatever the subject turned to poetry. There was subtle but donald could see a shift in the boys posture a quiet but unmistakable enthusiasm that accompanied any discussion of chaucer shakespeare or tennyson oneday. Donald kept jim after school and tried to get through to the stony faced boy before long he understood the problem. Jim stuttered not a little a lot. Donald listened patiently as jim stammered and sputtered and told him about the humiliation. He'd lived with for all his life. Donald understood that. Jim had embraced the written word because the spoken word had eluded him the next day donald told the pupils in his english class to write a poem. The topic didn't matter as long as it concerned something. The pupils were passionate about. That is where fate stepped in as fate often. Does this time in the form of a ruby red grapefruit during the great depression. Rickets since curvy had become a public health issue in michigan. The government sent tons of fruit from florida to help combat. The problem. that very weak a welfare worker had delivered a crate full of grapefruit to gyms home and jim at nearly swallowed his tongue with delight. It was the most incredible delectable mouth-watering food he'd ever tasted that night. Jim wrote his ode to a grapefruit. A flowery oh my gosh. To and bliss brought to life by the full juicy luxury of eating citrus in the dead of michigan winter. Jim turned his poem in the next day and donald was stunned by how good it was. Then he did something. Most teachers would never consider doing today. He put jim on the spot. Donald had noticed earlier that jim vanished whenever he quoted his favorite poets out loud and so as he returned the students assignments with grades and comments attached. Donald addressed the class. I've read your poems. And for the most part i am pleased. He said some are quite good. Several are excellent. One is extraordinary. Jim would you kindly come to the front of the class and read us what you've written jim frozen his seat. The blood rushed to his face. He felt the other students staring at him. Why would his teacher asked him to do such a thing. Jim had trusted. Mr crouch now. He.

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"crouch" Discussed on The Way I Heard It with Mike Rowe

The Way I Heard It with Mike Rowe

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"crouch" Discussed on The Way I Heard It with Mike Rowe

"Hey guys it's micro here with episode number two. Oh five of the way. I heard it. It's called a king and a crouch and me on a couch. I just realized that rhymes a king and a crouching me on couch. I didn't set out to go all dr seuss on you with the title. Sometimes rhymes are serendipitous serendipitous. Rhyme is is always sublime or divine if you prefer either way. Today's chapters one of my favorites in the book and i've looked forward to Unpacking for some time now it tells the true story of donald crouch a gifted schoolteacher. You probably never heard of who had a transformational impact on student. The you've absolutely heard of when i stumbled across the story of mr crouch and his most famous pupil. I couldn't help. But recall the impact. That fred king had on me fred. Was the high school music. Teacher mentioned previously in the book. He's the guy cured. My stutter Introduced me to music. Put me on a path. Really that led to dirty jobs. And somebody's gotta do it. And returning the favor and micro works and of course this podcast which continues to surprise me with a large engaged audience that keeps growing week after week. But that's that's all beside the point. This chapter Is really an majd to teachers and mentors everywhere as for the couch. Referenced in the title Well that's there in much the same way. A couch might be found in a psychiatrist office place for you to sit while you spill your guts to a licensed professional which is pretty much. I felt during the conversation that follows the chapter as many of you know chuck claus. Meyer is not licensed psychiatrist far from it. Really the opposite of it in fact but he is the producer of this podcast. And he's a guy. I've known for very long time. Chuck also had the great good fortune of being taught by the aforementioned fred king once upon a time and he has therefore taken it upon himself to dig deep into our shared past to better understand how this extraordinary teacher continues to influence both of us and so many other former students thirteen years after his death. It's a king and a crouch and me on the couch and it all starts right now. And when i say right now i mean right after address. Few of the many comments that recently appeared on my facebook page after. I introduced new sponsor to this podcast. The sponsor is blue shoe and they make chewable tablets that contain the same..

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Phil Mickelson Wins US PGA Championship in Triumph for the Ages

Fore Play

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Phil Mickelson Wins US PGA Championship in Triumph for the Ages

"Phil. Mickelson is just one his six major championship which ties him for all time. We had one of the more conic scenes in my life watching golf coming up. The eighteenth crouch began. I la tiger at east lake tiger at the old course at saint andrews in two thousand. It was awesome. Phil was taken deep. Breaths play in his slow is ever played. You can tell that he had this whole system and he was locked in. He never really veered away from it. One that we will talk about think about reference probably for the rest of our

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Boston Man Convicted Of Killing Amy Lord Seeks New Trial

WBZ Afternoon News

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Boston Man Convicted Of Killing Amy Lord Seeks New Trial

"News radio and attorney for the man convicted of kidnapping and murdering a Mi lord in 2013, once the state's highest court to grant him a new trial. Edward Alamein ease appellate attorney Andrew Crouch told the state Supreme Court that alimony deserves a new trial because his trial attorney ignored his pleas not to use the insanity defense. Roach said. That's why Alamein e acted so strange in court in 2015 because he was so mad at his attorney. He is rocking back and forth at counsel table for the majority of the trial because he says he's trying to calm himself down because he's so angry, elemental was convicted of kidnapping 24 year old Amy Lord Outsider South Boston apartment, forcing her to withdraw money. From a T. M's and then stabbing her to death, leaving her body and Stony Brook

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Grocery store worker narrowly escaped gunman's notice

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | 1 year ago

Grocery store worker narrowly escaped gunman's notice

"A king soopers employee shared her harrowing story after escaping from the shooting that killed ten people in boulder Colorado we heard this like pop pop pop pop Emily given was on a smoke break on Monday when the shooting started outside the king soopers where she works it was like that crouch kind of walks right that you see in like honestly military movies like and he just walked up and like Saddam went four more times in the back she said she was lucky to escape with her life and the guy had gone in the entrance right past us in any P. interview she says she ran out the back dock entrance with others trying to escape the shooting and showed the bruise on her arm where she been trampled we just had a snowstorm so everybody just kept falling and tripping and slipping on each other she says she felt lucky to be employed during the pandemic but now she's not sure how she's going to go back to work how do I walk on the same floor that you know like a lot of my friends just died on him she wonders why the gunman targeted people at a supermarket it was no it is I'm Jennifer king

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Myanmar protesters return to streets as crackdown continues

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Myanmar protesters return to streets as crackdown continues

"Demonstrators in Myanmar who taken to the streets again to protest last month seizure of power by the minute tree police in young gone MIA mas biggest city used tear gas against protesters who shops the defiance of the military while crouching behind flimsy sheet on the road the throat but knowing the skins on to the road in front of them to try and hinder police activity video footage shows clouds of tear gas on the same stretch of street security forces have stepped up their attempts to stomp out resistance to the February one takeover using deadly force in many cities including in Yangon I'm Charles for the past month

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anniversary

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 1 year ago

anniversary

"The parents of a high school teen killed three years ago in the parkland Florida school massacre are marking the grim anniversary with an online post card campaign aimed at members of Congress Patricia and Manuel Oliver are working through their grief with the creation of a nonprofit calling for gun control the shame cards dot com project in listed artists who drew graphic images depicting dozens of mass shootings around the country like a digital postcard that reads greetings from Annapolis Maryland the birthplace of the twenty eighteen Annapolis shooting at the capital Gazette newspaper and of course parkland Florida where the Oliver son Joaquin was killed decorated with the sun a palm tree and images of a gunman in the hallway of the school and a victim crouched in horror with a gun to the head a call to action is to send them to members of seventeen students and staff members were killed February fourteenth twenty eighteen at Marjory Stoneman Douglas high school I'm Jackie Quinn

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Bromances Could Lead to More Romances for Male Hyenas

60-Second Science

02:56 min | 1 year ago

Bromances Could Lead to More Romances for Male Hyenas

"Morning in tanzania. The sun rises in goro. Goro crater the spotted. Hyenas are beginning their day. While vivian from germany's leibnitz institute for zoo and wildlife research sits nearby in a truck watching and waiting. Ooh the most exciting part of her day is when a male hyena crouches on his hind legs to poop and so i did collect a lot of fecal samples my money to a lot of behavior. Spend enough time following mass in onsite in tanzania in the field biologists have been monitoring the hyena. Clans of tanzania's. Goro goro crater for twenty five years. They've learned a lot about the species but there are still some outstanding mysteries why is it that high ranking individuals and in particular hiring man's often are more successful than low-ranking mass in terms of reproduction in spotted hyenas in contrast to many other mammals mass domed fight to access a high social rank. And they also don't fight to access reading partners and so. It is quite puzzling. Why high-ranking massive they don't fight and they are not necessarily more attractive to females. Why they should be more successful than males of lower social rank in also dvd and had nearly four hundred fecal samples collected from one hundred and twenty male hyenas. She analyzed the hormones inside of them and discovered that interactions among male hyenas were more stressful for lower ranking males and as a result they spent more time alone. The results were published in the journal. Functional ecology and do consequence of that is that low-ranking mass they spend less time. Quoting famous are therefore less successful. In terms of the number of spring the produced compared to high ranking mass. Who spend most of the time courting females all that time spent alone recovering from stress. Means that the lower raking hyenas aren't spending their time courting females and the females that they do manage to spend time with our themselves also lower rank the researchers think it has to do with the fact that lower ranking males tend to be newcomers within hyena clans. It takes time to develop their support networks among other males. They do have to spend a lot of time building up and maintaining these relationships before they can even think about courting females so for male spotted hyenas. It might be that the best path towards romance is to begin with the bromance

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"crouch" Discussed on We Need To Talk About Ghosts

We Need To Talk About Ghosts

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"crouch" Discussed on We Need To Talk About Ghosts

"I didn't leave anything out those. Oh that's right that's right you check i. I made a list. Check away it actually. It reminds me 'cause you mentioned of you check in you work in a caretaker facility but you obviously get to live in a fantastic house at the same time. There's a similar setup in in the north west here where i am. And it's called like a guardian a property thing and it's the same thing if it's a big old building and they don't want kids coming in and stuff you can sign up to be a guardian of the property and you live there for free but like you said they'll fit it out with alarms but you get to to be a human within the premises and there's two things that have sprung up rarely come to mind worn. It is a place over the water from that. I'm in the city central of paul now and just over the river. Mazzy is a place called bits It's like a really yield the sorts of village. It's bits and hill. It's like a witchcraft associated with a and anyway embiid. Her on top of the hill is bid observatory. And it's like a victorian observed. So it's not. I don't think it's still in use so it's very small by modern standards but there's a big old stately home attached to it. That's been there since about maybe seventeen hundred zero something and looked after by guardians and me back go over in the summer sometime about two years ago we were going down there and you can see the people's cars parked or poor living there and the without due in the garden. I said tobacco. And you're gonna ask and just going to say is haunted as a bet you that is And it was this young fell of the gates. And i said excuse me i said you live near the guardian. He said yeah. There's a few of us. I said it is a haunted. I stopped him. Why you'd ask anna thought every go. That's the answer that you want to hear so well. I said having not separate clearly looks like it's going to be on an egypt went. Well it's a bit weird and he walked away like box of the group as it like book quite sharply quickly walked away and i was like this tobacco san you know while he knows something i mean. Just doesn't want to say it. Whatever is but. I'd love to do it. You know there's lows in liverpool the like there's quite a lot of lovely like you know former old banks and they're all like vogel guardian property services outside. You just like god it will be a ghost hunters dream to just be in those buildings. Yeah it was fun They start well. There was a fella who stopped by people. 'cause there's hiking trails in its map hiking in. It's a count property so people were walking by all the time In an older man came by and i saw him looking out Kind of stepping back and looking at the house. And i i came out. I just decided to kim. I don't know why i was like. Oh hi How're you and he was like. Oh used to live here. And so he was. He had lived in the house when it was veterans housing oak. Right after the war..

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"crouch" Discussed on We Need To Talk About Ghosts

We Need To Talk About Ghosts

04:51 min | 1 year ago

"crouch" Discussed on We Need To Talk About Ghosts

"They're laughing. I'm like just get out of your. The police are calming. go on in the woods. It's just don't get don't bother can't get into thousand more so in the other part of the house so the motion sensors like if anything if any movement happened but then they could tell you. Wear in the house. The movement was so. I felt safe because of that Size in the house and everything was alarmed up. And i'm watching tv and i made my dinner on the couch. You know whatever in the front of the house was Level with the driveway. The back of the house though Like the basement. You go down. A step was built into a hill into the basement. You could walk out the back but the front of the house. The windows right there and i'm sitting there. In all of a sudden there is a man in the window of the kitchen with flash late beaming in at me and banging on your home alone. And i'm alone at screens. And he's in any puts his badge in the window. Like oh thanks like the two have done to us But i had a heart failure and so And he says are.

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"crouch" Discussed on We Need To Talk About Ghosts

We Need To Talk About Ghosts

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"crouch" Discussed on We Need To Talk About Ghosts

"Did something really bad happening. And i a able to tell him time. Bought some point to it and he'd be like well what happened and then i'd get like a sensation Like one time. I knew that it was the second floor and that every there were multiple people. I'd have kept doing this. Like i can't breathe right here and he was like seven people suffocated in a fire. There go that may well. It's not make you picked so in so then it was a game and we went around for like a whole afternoon. We hardly knew each other and he was just like holy crap. But i didn't know i could do that either and other. Was this before you got together now. Mary i was gonna say if i was starting to someone and they walk every time we drove they were like and then five people probably died and now now he would ask me because he would already know he would have done the call where he would've liked either save somebody's life or declared dead and so he was The first time it happened we were going to a park. And he he and i grew up kinda near each other but didn't meet until much later in life and he said do you remember There was a big plane crashed here in a plane like Landed in in one of these houses. And i said no. I don't remember that. But that's the house. And i pointed to it and he was like in. He's like how do you know mike. I don't know that's the house i said did to. People like a girl died and somebody in the house. And i just went through the whole thing and the whole thing had happened before i was born. Cool that so then he was like. That's spooky so anyway. So i'm just laughing just love the site the idea. This caller go like i like this woman. I'm going to marry her. she's great she can see the dead. Marry this woman you know. Well he like he's seen so many people die and seeing so many strange things connected with that that He kind of has as a scientific person he still kind of at are now. He's got a cookie side to them too. But i suppose when you deal with death so often because it must become a very different thing than to the average layman generally mean really. Oh i think so. Yeah i would say that about him so he was kinda like So we did. The people have told me like you could develop this. And i'm like no. I don't need to know more scared. That i can do. That but Anyhow i moved into this house. And they given us if you look at the front of the house of big bricks Mansion and the The quarters so to speak that we had were about a third of the house but on the right side. If you're looking at it and the kitchen was the original kitchen although they'd updated at And we had sort of a sitting room in this matters like sitting areas like a big open space. So i put like a couch and a tv down there and there was like an island in the kitchen. Whatever upstairs with a really nice big bedroom. That i felt very safe then..

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"crouch" Discussed on We Need To Talk About Ghosts

We Need To Talk About Ghosts

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"crouch" Discussed on We Need To Talk About Ghosts

"There was a very strange and funny experience and some of the stories. I in my original email to you. I said back. We'll like some of this because some of that is just we wound up and looking for things you know to get freaked out about and it was. Just you know not explainable in the this thing. Though i some the i feel that there is something there But i don't know what it is and it isn't typical of like a haunted house situation because i just can't like i always check in on that house even though i haven't lived there in a long time i always like check the website and see what's going on there like it just kind never leaves me that i lived there In and that everyone thought it was haunted. But i didn't and i've always been sort of a sensitive like as they say like a sensitive person so quickly sensitive person so something especially in a place like if i go in massachusetts has a lot of old buildings in sometimes i go into old buildings and i'm like You know. I wanna leave this. Or i won't want to go in at all. And the first time. I was made aware of this. I was invited as a kid to a house on nantucket. Is this like super old wailing island. Where like rich people hanging out. Now when i was a kid A neighbors Had a rich grandfather and they invited my sister night ago and i didn't sleep the whole week. We were in. We're like you know it's at the beach it's beautiful. It was wonderful In this like mansion it was like a fairytale. And like you know we didn't grow up with like you know. I had like irish immigrant parents since like we didn't grow up tens of money but it was a big treat but i couldn't enjoy it because i was i just couldn't sleep there and i was about nine or ten and when i was older The dad told us that on the house was like known to be haunted..

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"crouch" Discussed on We Need To Talk About Ghosts

We Need To Talk About Ghosts

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"crouch" Discussed on We Need To Talk About Ghosts

"Certain dread fills me and this edge. This need to be anywhere from that room washes over me. I am open moving. I grab my brother and rush the short distance across the hall to wake our sisters. I tell them we will be spending the night in the living room i get. All three of them settled on couches with throw blankets. Macchiato town on the lumps but on some disney movie and then head to the kitchen to grow from fruit snacks and juice boxes. I avoid looking down the hall at all costs. I can feel it though. It's my whole body is chilled. the best. I can describe it as a tingling sensation from head to toe. I know it's there. I can feel it watching me waiting. The shadow seems darker and deeper impossible. I wanna throw up from fear. But i don't. I had failed a hiding my initial fear. But i would not give in and feed anymore. I make sure to leave the dining room lights on. It's a safe mid point between the living room and the kitchen. And i can dr back into the living room and not worry about touching those horrid shadows. I was later. I wake up. My siblings are still asleep. The movie is over. Little haven is bathed in the soft lamplight up to turn off the television vcr. As i do. I noticed movements in the hallway. Shadows i tell myself not to look but i can't help myself. There in the opening just in the light from the dining area is an old lady. She stressed a flannel nightgown. Harassed white and wild has skin is blackened and band is just so competes. She raises a chart hand and pumped me before fading away slowly. It feels like a warning of sorts not wanting to risk it. I never slept in my room again. The rest of the time we lived there. I father had a friend of his immediate results. Come to clear the apartment. It didn't work even though the guy claimed it did. The children may have crossed over but the old lady remained. I would hear her in my closet. Whenever i reluctantly to go into my room. She would look out my bedroom window watching us get on and off the schools. I would glimpse her at the end of the hallway. Crouched and waiting even had a whisper. Good riddance the day. We moved out misty miller. Oh my effing. Jesus shut yourself talk about yourself. I'm shutting myself now in the metaphorical sense. Of course oh. My law is petrified. You know what is this. I mean it's all horrible and that's all terrifying that description of the lady. Oh my lord. That's the fear of god into me and you know is even worse than the description of the bank lady the very last line. I would glimpse her at the end of the whole crouched and waiting. That's the sorts of word crouched which for me gives absolute credence to that story. Because if you're gonna make up a ghost story it would not in my mind anyway. Tell me if you think i'm wrong. Remiremont they would not enter your brain to use. The word crouched to describe a ghost. It just wouldn't so misty. That is own believable. I want you to send more stories. Nfl like that. I want you to put a warning of the top saying hi. Kevin please wear three pairs of underpants because that is just fantastic. Oh my sweet. Lord be still my racing cart. It could be cholesterol but it's more than likely the crowd band..

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"crouch" Discussed on We Need To Talk About Ghosts

We Need To Talk About Ghosts

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"crouch" Discussed on We Need To Talk About Ghosts

"Us so here we are. It is time indeed to talk about ghosts. It's time for the sunday. Sam i am kabc used us. This is we need to talk about ghosts. And that's because we do need to talk about ghosts. It's not just a clever title. It's what we do here how y'all doing hope that all fantastically well. We've got a new president of course in the united states of america. I don't know how you feel about that. But i had the sneaking suspicion a lot of people are happy. And i'm happy to an also bernese doing the rounds. Any memes of ben because what happened is instead phony is. It got cold so benny dressed up for winter and sat down. That's it that's all happened. That's all that happened. That bernie sat down and he's gone viral. Wow i wish. I knew his secret. Yes anyway in talking about politics. We have got fantastic show fee today. We're going to talk to mary from boston. Yes we are just the one call today. But it's a big one and It's a cracking call. She so well you'll hear she so descriptive in in house tells a story that i was literally like you can on the kogo compatriot so well. I don't sound in cunene but yeah it's such a good call and it's Really worth all your attention. I do say indeed so the probably be no midpoint today. Because it's quite lengthy call and try and do some of your written in stories atta stars of the show as you'll hear so the probably be no mid points but don't worry it'll be back all german and thirty next week. Yes it will okay. So it's that time of the week when we like to say thank you to our patriot especially on new patrons. We love all of our patriot and equally. Because what that kind of people. I will say this. If you do like the show and you wish to help it continue. You can go to patriots dot com for slash. We need to talk about ghosts and sign up. It'll really favor and not only will..

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Seek the Lord's Help (Genesis 4:6-7)

Pray the Word with David Platt

05:15 min | 1 year ago

Seek the Lord's Help (Genesis 4:6-7)

"Genesis chapter four six and seven. The lord said to cain. Why are you angry. And why has your face fallen if you do well. Will you not be accepted. And if you do not do well. Sin is crouching at the door its desire is contrary to you but you must rule over it on a picture of the reality of sin and temptation that we are all familiar with right. You and i will be tempted to send today all day long in different ways from different angles. Just remember like there is an adversary who daily wants to distract to deceive. You discourage you an adversary. Who daily wants to destroy you. I think we forget this. Think we forget that we are engaged in a cosmic struggle in our lives in a battle not against flesh and blood but against rulers and powers and spiritual forces of evil in the heavenly realms to use language from a fijian's chapter six. This is why. Jesus taught us to pray. What was the last thing he said. In the lord's prayer and lead us not into temptation but deliver us from evil. This should be constant on our lips. Justice constant is praying to god her father for the hallowing of his name for his protection to pray for his protection in the middle of temptation for his deliverance. From evil knowing that sin is always crouching at our door suggests this chapter four verse. Seven says its desire. Sins desire is contrary to you. But you must rule over it and this is where we realize. None of us is able to do that. We have all shown that we susceptible to send. We are week before sinn. We are prone to send we give in to send. We are guilty of sin. There is only one who has ruled over sin and his name is jesus. This is why whenever we think about the gospel. We don't just think about the cross and the resurrection the death and the resurrection of jesus we think about the life of jesus. What makes him able to die for. Centers is his perfect send. Less life said he is not like us in our sin and the beauty is for all who trust in. Jesus so follow this not only. Does god forgive us our sins but he puts the spirit of jesus inside of us who has power to rule over sindh who has power to say no to send about a conversation that heather and i were having with one of our kids and just talk about how we all struggle with sin and we need. Jesus we just pray together. Jesus help us to overcome. Send me because we can't do it on our own. That's the whole point in the lord's prayer. Jesus saying pray for help because you need it so for all these reasons we pray. Oh god lead us not into temptation but deliver us from evil today. Got help us to realize to see to recognize that santa's crouching at our door that the adversary wants to pull away from you today wants to keep others away from you and wants to deceive discouraged distract. Destroy us and others so god. Help us to be vigilant. Help us to be obedient by your power by the power of your spirit in us. God we confess. We cannot rule over sin in our flesh. We need the power of your spirit to say no to send to live in righteousness to walk in obedience to you. So help us. We pray today. Help us to live by the spirit. Help us to walk in the spirit. Help us to obey you by the power of your spirit at work in us. Help us to say no to sin so yes to your commands to life in you in the process to experience the resurrection life of jesus in us the power of the holy spirit in us in a world. Where san is always crouching at our door to live in victory by your spirit's work in us may be so s. Today we pray by the power of jesus in his name. We pray amen.

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"crouch" Discussed on Sex and the Sarrah Rose Story

Sex and the Sarrah Rose Story

04:05 min | 1 year ago

"crouch" Discussed on Sex and the Sarrah Rose Story

"Only once. And and then i thought like oh this all this lockdown time like i'm being hard on myself like i should have dedicated more time to like figuring out how to get off you to seems like that. It's that thing that's so easy to keep putting off and even you know once a once a year all like not use vibrator for a whole month. And then i go back and forth between like. Oh the touchy issue. Botch it's desensitizing. It's ruin. It's ruining my chances of like coming any other way. But i know i can tell he come if i'm on top like that's usually might go to way so i go back and forth between like i gotta stop using a vibrator but then i'm like. Oh lots of people use this like. It shouldn't be a big deal by not. Just bring it into my sex with my boyfriend more instead of just being like this thing i do by myself on the side you know. I don't know if i have shame attached to it. I don't know who i have. I have used it when we've had sex together but but part of me feels like oh i wish i didn't need it or i wish i could just work hard. Not need it so what what was different. The one time that you had an orgasm during probably was high Yeah i was. I was probably high and I was laying down on a bed but like with my knees over the side and he was like crouch down like on the grounds like in front of me. So i don't know if it was positioning. I don't know if it's just that i was fucking my mind on weed. We'd i'd yeah. I mean i'm sure it could have been all all our some of that. I have only had i've only been able to have Clitoral orgasms with one guy today dated ever and it really is like that being able to choose surrender to somebody in..

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"crouch" Discussed on Nerd On! The Podcast

Nerd On! The Podcast

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"crouch" Discussed on Nerd On! The Podcast

"Let's cut to every angle to make sure that this whole fight scene field coverage head-spinning you see every movement another shoutout to patrick williams. I love what his one thing that he said was that the fight scenes are like musical numbers in a musical like a good musical the musical numbers. They don't just come out of nowhere it's like they have a purpose then. Yeah that's that's that's what i was going to say was like you if you watch the film and everyone who's on the show if you watch the film again now knowing everything like you see the emotional dynamic argument in those fight scenes so like at the very beginning there is the sense of like. Is it peace time now or is going to be a warring new evil that like kinda rains the land that the warriors have to protect. And that's when you see michelle ios character have to like chase jen's character and then lima by is kind of like again immediately seeing like that there will always need to be a protector. He sees it in an unorthodox place. And it's jen's trying to establish herself as powerful and strong but it's under the tutelage of someone who is deceptive and evil and so like all the different type of fights you see are like are very indicative of omaha. The character fights and then what is happening in the emotional states. The armory fight is one of the best fights because you could see emotional stakes because it's when michelle is like. That's it i'm done. We're fighting. Our friendship is a no more friendship. I it says i also loved the idea that she had been hiding that she had surpassed her master for years. Yeah how to cope that. I could surpass you. And i didn't i didn't i myself didn't know how to come to terms with it. I just kinda did it to me. There's something i really like about really powerful dialogue. And i mean powerful in like you know nolan stuff but i mean like this. This is like power fantasy stuff where there's a line where it's like you know. Get up get up so can push you back down kind of they were he. She says to jade fox. And it's like if i even if i explain it to you it would just be gibberish. Like you don't have an a fundamental understanding of what these scriptures mean. So could bump scene for me. I think for shit the talking about the fights is also again in the same interview that i was watching with Ugly was he was talking about. How dancing is like going out of yourself and fighting is pulling in so. It's very hard to Do choreographed fight scenes. Because you're wanting to show all this fluidity of motion show everything without being like you know. Bonnie locked up in knew each other.

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"crouch" Discussed on Nerd On! The Podcast

Nerd On! The Podcast

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"crouch" Discussed on Nerd On! The Podcast

"A little bit that time. It didn't get when you watch the film if you've never watched before set to the theme of rocket power from nickelodeon background. There's a little bit of rock going on yeah yeah if you've never watched carson tech and dragon don't be worried because this is a spoiler freese segment until we get to our favorite parts. Be worried don't be worried. Be happy now. So guess grump is where we're gonna go around the digital screens here. He's we it on you to and guess who's going to have the lowest number from his rating from zero out of five no matter how high the number is the lowest won't be the grim for the week since i always explain and i always change it up. I'm gonna guess i. Yeah i am going to guess that josh for the week. That's me i just you got. You got ten bucks culinary down on. I am going to guess that it will be uh. This is hard. Because i kind of know people's feelings Caitlyn i'm gonna choose all like kayla chosen. Paul don't bury much kaelin. Who you got josh Because you held that face for way too long when you when you got picked by tom. Why don't you choose me or corey kayla. I wonder tom. Why wouldn't i pick your last movie. You've talked about incessantly but maybe our listeners can pick us. and how can they do that corey. Well i still need to vote. I and then i could tell you a real host cory. I'm just the guy who takes the notes claim the guy who does show now. I kind just want to spite. Vote tom just to get on the board doi. See what happens. Where up josh. I'm sorry josh. i'm sorry so tanzer your previous question. Tom huckabee well..

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Fraternal Twins Murder Case: Echos of Cain & Able

Radio Free Flint

05:29 min | 1 year ago

Fraternal Twins Murder Case: Echos of Cain & Able

"David melfi was a troubled young man who took an active role in the killing of his attorney brother and leaving him to die in his own. Blood michael melfi is twin was found in the basement of the family home in a pool of blood. David was charged and convicted first degree murder in march nineteen ninety five and the connection with the slaying of his brother. Michael david melfi found himself in an unusual role. He was both relatives of the victim. And the convicted killer. David malthus attorney neal's aibo told the genesee county jury. The david malfa horrible terrible judgment but he denied his client. David melfi killed his brother. Michael yet there was no evidence that david tried to help his brother. Michael who was stabbed forty five times. The jury heard the claim. The david malki was guilty of no more than being an accessory after the fact to a murder because he was not directly involved in the killing mel fees trial attorney cast doubt on an alleged accomplice in the brutal murder. His name was patrick again. Kenny who accepted a plea bargain and testified against mouthy at the jury trial in flint michigan. Can he plead to a second degree murder charge. He testified under oath that he and david melfi plan to kill michael melfi and other family members if necessary so they could take their family van and fleet of florida or texas kimmy told flint please detectors that michael malki was lured into the basement where he kenny tried to slid michael malfeasance throat but was unable to win. Michael began to fight back kenny. Then call david melfi to the basement to help him during the struggle. Patrick kennedy testified that the brother david melfi provided a knife and how down his twin brother as ken. Kenny stabbed him repeatedly. Forty five times in all it's a useful exercise to look back at the book of genesis chapter four and the new international version of the bible now able kept flocks and cain worked in the soil. And of course at time cain brought some of the fruits of the soil as an offering to the lord enable also brought an offering fat portions from some of the first born of his. The lord looked with favor unable and is offering but kane but on cain and his offerings in not look with favor so cain was very angry and his face was downcast. Then the lord said to cain. Why are you angry. Why is your face. John kass do what is right. You will not be accepted but if you do do not do. it's right. Sin is crouching at your door. It desires to have you but you must rule over it. Now cain said to his brother abel. Let's go out to the field while they were there in the field kane attacked his brother abel and killed them then the lord said to cain. Where's your brother able. I don't know he replied. And my brother's keeper the lord said what have you done. Listen your brother's blood. Cries out to me from the ground. It is downright spooky that the story of david and michael melfi is nearly identical to the first recorded murder found in the bible like cain. David melfi was jealous of his twin brother who had animosity towards his parents also like kane confronted by his father. Adam about the killing of his brother kane told his dad adam that his brother abel laid on the ground with many wounds kane told his father he was not sure that he inflicted any of wounds especially fatal ones simple terms. Cain denied the obvious and he refused to accept responsibility for the death of his brother abel. This was not just to his father but to god who confronted him and punished him with isolation unfathomable to me donder. Stand that high school. Kids could demonstrate such talapity this new age case of cain and abel still shocks me today

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Stanley Crouch, contentious man of letters, dead at 74

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Stanley Crouch, contentious man of letters, dead at 74

"A popular and influential critic has died he was a true renaissance man with an attitude Stanley crouch normally cross lines he shadowed them his writings both fiction and non fiction were inspired by his knowledge and love of blues and jazz during his career crouch was a columnist for The Village Voice and New York Daily News and was a frequent guest on NPR well he was a mentor to jazz great Wynton Marsalis he was no fan of artists like Toni Morrison Spike Lee and Amari Baraka dismissing them and their work in often harsh terms crouch has died at a hospice in New York City his wife says he had been in poor health after a stroke he was seventy four years old I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Stanley Crouch, contentious man of letters, dead at 74

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00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Stanley Crouch, contentious man of letters, dead at 74

"A popular and influential critic has died he was a true renaissance man with an attitude Stanley crouch normally cross lines he shadowed them his writings both fiction and non fiction were inspired by his knowledge and love of blues and jazz during his career crouch was a columnist for The Village Voice and New York Daily News and was a frequent guest on NPR well he was a mentor to jazz great Wynton Marsalis he was no fan of artists like Toni Morrison Spike Lee and Amari Baraka dismissing them and their work in often harsh terms crouch has died at a hospice in New York City his wife says he had been in poor health after a stroke he was seventy four years old I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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A Bad Day IN Austin

True Crime Garage

05:06 min | 1 year ago

A Bad Day IN Austin

"Thursday. May Eighteenth. Nineteen. Seventy. Austin Texas. It's just after midnight when twenty six year old patrolman. Ralph NATO. Stopped. A Red Nineteen, sixty, six Mustang. On East Live Oak Street. Near Travis Heights Boulevard. The officer called in a code for routine traffic violation check. The officer approached the vehicle. The driver was a young woman. Sheila Maynard. Sitting. Shotgun was a white male in his late twenties. The officer obtained their names and information and walked back to his patrol car. Officer abloh NATO wrote Michener a ticket for driving without a license Iran a radio check on the passenger David. Lee Pow. The check came back the POW twenty seven years of age was a wanted man. Wanted for some minor infractions, misdemeanor theft, and too hot check charges. Abloh NATO. Got Out of his patrol car. And once again, he approached the vehicle, the officer was hit with automatic gunfire coming from the vehicle in front of him. The shots. Knocked out the rear window of the Mustang. The officer was hit several times in the arm and chest. His bulletproof vest that he was wearing, which was standard procedure for Austin patrolman and seventy eight. was really no match for the high powered gunfire. abloh. NATO went. down. The Mustang drove off. Somehow. abloh. NATO was able to send out a distress call. Austin PD officers rushed to the scene. Officer Joe Villegas spotted the sixty six Mustang about two blocks away. In the parking lot of the, Travis Park Apartments. Bogus pushed the pedal to the floor approaching the park vehicle at a high rate of speed. As he got closer. Shots were fired coming from the Mustang. Villegas was able to avoid being hit. He slammed on the brakes and returned fire. Then David Lee POW still in the passenger seat. pulled. The pin from a hand grenade and tossed it at Villegas thankfully, if failed to explode. Then, the woman. Sheila. Maynard. Jumped out of the vehicle with their hands raised high screaming at the officer. She surrendered. POW, flung open the passenger door and ran for the woods. By now. swelled. Thirty. AM. Officer, Ralph Abloh NATO. was rushed to the nearest hospital. Officer Abloh NATO died shortly after arrival. About twenty-five police in at least two armed security officers surrounded the woods. which was estimated to be a mile long and half a mile wide. They stopped dozens of cars and pedestrians. They waited and waited. But David Powell never came out. Just after six am. And we decided that six police to canine officers would enter the woods and go in there and get POW. The remaining police were to maintain the perimeter. They wanted only a small amount of police officers to enter the woods to minimize the risk. They decided that no one else was to enter. They needed a set number of officers only. That way. If they saw any movement at all, they would know immediately, it was not a fellow officer. In other words, they were prepared to shoot on sight. The two dogs and six officers entered the woods with flak jackets and loaded shotguns. To armed security guards who shifts ended hours ago but decided to stay and assist the police in any way they could. Now. Decided, it was time to call it a night and let the police do their jobs. Guards Charles Howard. Gary Nelson. We're now near Travis high. When they spotted movement. The two guards with pistols drawn move slowly toward something they saw moving in the bushes. A man crouch down trying to conceal himself. At a distance of about three feet, one of the guards a stern voice instructed the man to come out. Before standing up. The man said, loudly, his voice shaking I'm not going to do anything. And he slowly emerged from the bushes. The guards handcuffed him and called the police.

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A Gamified Therapy System Helps People with Brain Injury Recover

The Bio Report

08:05 min | 1 year ago

A Gamified Therapy System Helps People with Brain Injury Recover

"John, thanks for joining us. It's a pleasure to be here. We're going to talk about mine motion, Go Neuro Rehabilitation and gamification complain improving outcomes for patients. Let's start with my motion. Go itself Oh. What exactly is it? Right. So Go is is one of the platforms produced by mine maze and it was specifically designed to be asked of technological advances in assist to physical therapists. That's the way to think about it. and it is as you say, a game of five platform. Which? allows. Patients to interrupt with therapists virus set of games on a screen. which are than the movements picked up by a camera has been used mostly is in the connect camera you know that probably from. Microsoft and so essentially, you should see it as. A camera picking up the movement to the patient while they play games projected onto the screen. With the computer present as well. So the therapists can program the game's changed at levels watch the patient play and record their movements for subsequent analysis for follow up. How how does it work? What's what is the patient due to use this? So the the patient will stand. In front or sit in front of a screen that movements we picked up by a camera. And then there's twenty seven games that they can pick from usually picked by the therapist and those games will Consists of games for the upper body lower body. And basically the standard. Movements and strategies therapist of used for time immemorial have now been turned into a quantifiable game old form. That the patient COMPLA- so for example, the patient and be a little octopus which is on the screen in a water channel, and then they can crouch up and down and up and down crouching movement they make will lead to a thrust of illegal octopus as it goes up the water channel, for example. So it's essentially bringing gamification quantification and standardization. Onto the repertoire of treatments at therapists have always had. And from a neurological point of view what's happening to someone who's using it? Well, I think it's very important. To sort of take a step back and you should ask that question what's happening to a patient when they're getting regular therapy right and you know we feel like what is happening during regular therapy is a patience on learning. To use what they have left after the damage to optimize their movements and retrain and what this game is doing is upping the efficiency. Of that approach. So I think the way to think about. Is. For example, you know you lose your right arm, you learn how to write with your left arm that's called compensation. Now. Think about doing that within the arm, just getting better with what you have left and so it's kind of motor learning. That, this platform encouraging. In patients and they also probably do a little bit more than motor aligning depending on when they get this treatment, you get it very early off a stroke you can actually probably get reversal of your deficit. And this allows you to practice in that setting as well. But see it as a kind of training device. For Motor learning off brain injury what are the range of conditions it's intended to treat? I think to the degree that therapists around the world are fairly generalized and who they look after, and there's a considerable lap in the set of movements and techniques that they use that this platform although has been specifically designed as a neurological platform and with originally devised for patients after stroke that means Article Jane, it be used in spinal cord injury brain injury And probably extend into other conditions, Multiple Sclerosis Parkinson's disease and at Hopkins it's being used. For Orthopedics and may be used, the cardiac patients sets quite general in so much that therapists are used to treating many different kinds of patients to surgery after injury. So I think quite general.

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Nicole Byer And Sasheer Zamata

Ask Me Another

02:53 min | 1 year ago

Nicole Byer And Sasheer Zamata

"We have Nicole buyer and says, here's a made a hello. Hello. Hello So I was looking a little bit at your social media presences and notice that you've taken up. Roller Skating Hell. Yeah. Do weren't escape gang. Inline skating or traditional roller skates. Roller Skates you guys are in a class Nicole what was there and instructor. I. Came to teach. Very quickly was like their children they will not listen. Yeah. It was really like we couldn't be corralled or just like skating in different directions like now do this over here and she's like, okay, I'll help you this. I working on. This other thing you're. Right everybody wanted to do a trick immediately kind of thing like no one wanted to learn the basics. Well. So are you are you doing those tricks spinning around and stuff like that? Because I do think that looks pretty cool when people. Shoot the duck, which is where you crouch down and one leg is ended. Up with your arm that's advanced I can go forward for about. Three seconds. Yeah. You know. We're all at. Different. We're. All the different levels of like standing still. trueblue squeaking by we are having performance in October. Only, jackets. Team if you mentioned the Atkins. I would've ordered the jackets before the skates. Honestly. Do you have a team name that is going to be embroidered on the back of these jackets skate gang gang. Maybe to add one word to differentiate from other gangs no I pretty sure escape gang is not taken. So just go with it. I. Don't think there's any like actual people running around screaming skate gang as they roller skate I. Think this is it yeah. And you're not trying to state anything complicated. Game Yeah, it's true. So you both met at uc New York. In nineteen eleven. Wrong. And then started your own group together with another woman Yeah Dafa Ganger with. And why the name Dapo Gainer. Well, because when we started there weren't too many black women at UC and people would legit confuses for each other. Seems Wild because we don't look. We have different committed sensibilities, personalities and civilities. But yeah. We would and we wanted to make fun of that and laugh at and kind of right. Reclaim it. So we we called ourselves delegator.

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