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"dan buddy" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:39 min | 3 months ago

"dan buddy" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

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"dan buddy" Discussed on Your Mom's House

Your Mom's House

06:53 min | 8 months ago

"dan buddy" Discussed on Your Mom's House

"Now that was an mafe's helping you kuma war decisions for the audience. Yes sorry She said that human meat tastes very sweet. The skin doesn't taste good but the meat underneath is very sweet. So this seems like she's like from one of those Kind of uninhabited islands that still practices. Cannibalism that's what it sort of seems like scary. That's interesting i i. I didn't know that human meat tasted sweet. I wouldn't The might be heard particular review on the subject. Okay because i would have gone. I've heard the squirrel tastes greasy. I would have put human. Meat is greasy Especially americans very fat. Well there's not that many people that can weigh in on that you know. More people have probably squirrels than human. That's true there's not like a lot of forums like actually humans tastes pretty sour. Would you picci's schnitzel sh- tom sh president. Good book your throat or something. Now she's just listening. And if i don't if i don't let her in and she'll be at the door all the time Listen to me just hear me out. There's this new restaurant in beverly hills and you can buy just a cube of human meat. It's like why you human and you get to just like that story where you get to see the story of the beef. You have the story of the person they were in good shape like you get you. Get their whole history. Would you go there. Would you eat at camp cannibal restaurant. No i'm not interested okay. We'll hear okay. What if it's prisoners like they're going to die anyway but we hold on and say i'm not interested but what's the holdup the ethical part. No i want to take epochal. But why not why. It's just me what's the difference in especially if they're bad people you're not. There's no ethical dilemma. If they're already dead on death row or whatever their rapists child molesters restaurant we could eat child molesters. I think it's a win win. You could feed the homeless. I tell you what i sign up for. You get to shoot a child molester. That'd be that's the way man. I would go there and be like all right. I'll shoot him. You can eat them. But i'll shoot them. Wait this is an interesting idea. So we hunt them and then you can serve them in a restaurant in l. a. and you can feed people that want to eat the child molesters. I'd like you know it'd be a fun like restaurant to go to where the person let's say the child molester doesn't know what is going to happen and they they seat him somewhere in here. You're just gonna have dinner. And he's like oh he has no idea that. Like twenty candid about him is like a five hundred pounds safe hanging on a ledge looking shit drops on his head and then everybody was in. The restaurant was waiting for it. And they're like that was fucking awesome. Yeah they throw out in the alley and they'd bring somebody else's sitting in a seat but then the dogs get eat him like wild dogs sure. Who cares everybody can throw in the bathroom. You get the who cares. I liked this idea of like letting us see people dying. I don't know why we stopped all that you can't when you are. What are you going to do. What just watched ugity rape listen. Mommy's still working. Could you favor back. Can you go potty. and then i'll come down and come down right after. Okay and i'll come watch with you. Guys they're watching pacman sorry. He's pissing in our bathroom. And i understand son. Yeah does what pacman pissing right now. You dan buddy. Don't forget close are closed workplace. Thanks we what does it with. A kid can never close the door everything he walks out of like. Hey man the door never they slam it so hard that it falls off the hinges. And that's the two three year old. He slams everything shut everything he's like full body. And you're like god damn. He closes the microwave like that. He's like now. Everything's falling off hinges everything speaking of food. I didn't eating butter every day for six years now. As soon as i wake up. I eat butter. I can't fall asleep unless i eat two cups of butter before bed. All my god. I'm gonna fuck you. You're lucky you're not. You're my eyes are tearing up. Why fucking square. What's wrong with you. Don't want your own butter butter. i'm gonna move onto the next one. God damn pussy hughes just a few here this one. You're ugly and took a you know your phone so don't feel bad your parents and they knew their above hugli. And if you chose to have kids. Doesn't you know i liked about this. The misdirect and everything was going to be. Who's put your beautiful. you know that bullshit shin. This guy was like now. You're ugly. I love it and it's not your fault. Your parents regularly and they knew kids so great. No i don't know what i'm not looking for is Some big overgrown monster. That's always thinking about food and who also binds to himself joy duffy. It's weird life destroy i like to Do out of sailing. 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"dan buddy" Discussed on Your Own Pay

Your Own Pay

04:40 min | 8 months ago

"dan buddy" Discussed on Your Own Pay

"Say to me actually for a lot of the time. I never knew who was coming up. I just take the calls but now that now there are more particular about stuff like that so now when you hear them nelson. Let's go to cathy and brighton. And and if i were there now they would have to tell me that in my headphones were as when morgan white juniors on the air all he's got to do is look at the screen and they will have. Typed so-and-so in such such city or whatever so and of course the misread the name switches so funny they misread the names or the state. The other thing that i think must be so difficult for them now. Is that people call in on cellphones with very poor transmission. And i don't know how the the talk show host understand what in the world the caller is asking. Sometimes i certainly can't sometimes. It's rather difficult. Especially if they're in a car and the more and the more times you listen to talk shows the more you're going to hear that because that's the way of the world these days it's supposed to improve kim supposed to improve with technology. Yeah sure well. I mean listen i. There are things that i love about about having an ice on. I just got you youtube premium on my phone. And i've been having a ball listening old radio stuff and all tv shows that. I grew up with and having heard or watched in thirty plus years. And i think that's great and i think it's great that you know we can all hear a dodger game at los angeles or here game out of san francisco and you know things like that. We never used to be able to do before. And i think that part of technology is terrific. Embrace that i mean. I grew up in the days when a television broadcast. You would get on a saturday afternoon over. Cbs television with dizzy. Dan buddy blattner now. Every game in the world is televised. Which would have to pay for it all the time but again that's the way the world radio we have any more calls because we to wrap it up in about another minute or two Not at this time. So kim forward ten. There's who made it when that technology wasn't there. When royal was harder you had to do it. All by hand and i applaud ken. Ed walker anybody else who was successful and the rest of us who didn't happen. Opportunities are so grateful for the ones who did and who took perfect advantage of what was available so we we salute you and we appreciate you. Well i appreciate that very much. It goes back to the old saying of being in the right place at the right time. I and i will give us a lot of good years and with that. I need to wrap up the program karen. Thank you for your input. It was really cool talking about braille and that was a very good question. How can handle that on..

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"dan buddy" Discussed on THEMOVE

THEMOVE

08:40 min | 10 months ago

"dan buddy" Discussed on THEMOVE

"The move thanks to everybody over there for all the people that did the climb th. They're thinking you for the russian 'cause made it hurt less i am going back. It's just the fact because if you compare what happened is a couple of weeks before the tour and then what happened at the end of the tour. George was actually starting to get dropped. So i want revenge. Well there's other factors that we don't really need to bring up gotta come here. It doesn't matter it doesn't matter okay. This is never mind all right. Let's let's let's start with the The men's and women's overall championships. Let's go women. I j what do you reckon coming in third and then we saw some video of her during the tour. Bianca rosca jordan's dm. Georgia's dan buddy. Yeah from boynton beach florida. Picking up three grand nice job. The women's open number two madison maloney from hudson north carolina. She's only nineteen years old. Wow look says here. On our no she had some issues with her garmon but Luckily picking up a brand new hammerhead. I think we'll fix that problem. And five grand. Five grand madison. You don't wanna call her eminem. Madison maloney gives you what i did there. And eminem and number one. And she's here to join us today. And i saw little sneak peak of her backdrop behind her. You're gonna like it probably looks like most of these people. Jill patterson joining the show and picking up ten grand galley. Jill are you a good deal. I look at that wild quite the quiver of bikes back there. Yeah that's my bike wall. That's about all of them. I think i've one more. That's not on the wall. It can never have point boy to the one that you wrote the segment. Is it up. Yeah it's the dirty one right back there yesterday. So i haven't cleaned it. It's a specialized. Diverge our notes. Where you're from jim. Where are you from. I'm from alexandria. Virginia okay okay. Who this is what i was. Just gonna ask jay. Joe lived for quite some time in japan is that that's true right. Yes i lived there for about ten years and that's actually where i started cycling. So i've i've been watching the unlike anybody else on this show who hasn't washed any. The olympics is the reason we had to postpone the olympic road ratio. I've actually watched both the men's and women's racist and i have a lot of thoughts and comments on that that i won't get into today but i'm i And i've been to. Japan was in hudson amir in in nineteen ninety for the world championships. There for about a month but i and it's been a long time. Okay a lot has happened. Thirty one years ago but i'm shocked at how beautiful that country is in and i think cycling in the road race really demonstrates that more than looking inside of a stadium or or escape park or whatever the swimming pool i am i. It looks like hawaii. Yeah it's it's a gorgeous country in actually when i first started cycling. I wasn't really racing. And i did touring so actually went around the coastline. Almost all japan so i really got to see the country. And you're right. It's it's almost tropical beautiful. You've the mountains the green. And then what i really love about. It is the architecture's just so different than the us so it just feels so almost mystical visit cry. Like if you'd say 'cause i in watching the races and i'd love to go ride there is it. Is it trafficky or is it. Now we're Just just forget. We're not putting this in context with regards to pilot mountain which has never had a car on at the last five years. But how crowded are those roads. It depends where you are of course if you go into the cities like tokyo yet. It's really crowded. But i lived in the countryside and you can go for miles and miles really no traffic lights. Not much traffic in honestly. They're extremely respectful of the cycle. Is there a they. Don't honk at you. They don't like you off. They give you right of way on. It's it's it's also a safe. Like i always felt very safe cycling there. So i've actually. I'm planning in the future to go back at some time. Because i miss. I miss writing their wanted to live there for ten years so it was supposed to be a year and i went to teach english and i just really loved the country so i stayed another two years with that job and then i ended up opening a coffee shop there so i did that for five years. I got into cycling. I joined the team. And then i was writing there and then after ten years decided that my time was up and i wanted to return to the us ric on the segment for zonal. How you warmed up for it. How you got there who you were with what the effort was like how many times you did it. I was by myself It was like an eight hour drive. So i drove down there the day before. In the evening i arrive. There is just scouted it so really easy. And i'd actually brought my road bike thinking like. Hey lightweight bike. You know gained some time but within thirty feet of doing it. I was like nope. Nope have to do. It on gravel bikes. The next morning was when i did the real attempt for the first time. I did it three times total. And so i had tires on from a race from unbound actually. So they're kinda really heavy duty tires. And i warmed up like once or twice just really easy. And then i did a few openers like thirty second pushes and then i went up and full full gas. And you don't know your time at the top because you can't upload so you have to drive down to town thirty minutes. I didn't know it. No and i didn't have a live segment because that wasn't really working so i really had no clue what my time would be. And when i uploaded it i saw is one second off of one i was like. Oh my gosh. I though i had the tires i knew they were heavy duty tires and i thought okay. This is a good way to cut time. I went to the bike shop. It was very last minute like please help me do you have. That would be faster. So they switched it over to pathfinder's and the next morning again. i did the same routine. I warmed up. Maybe once or twice. Easy few openers like twenty thirty seconds and then full gas and yeah and and i actually ended up taking a minute off of my time. Even though my watts were about almost the same the second. I'm sorry again. That's a lot a one minute off the time before. Yeah so. I think a lot of that had to do with the tires for sure. I also pasted a little more evenly. And i think that helps but i still thought i could do better so i went back to alexandria for a couple of days and then i was like you know what i have to go. Back again throwback again Over the weekend. I like i had a race. I was gonna do. Cancel back. And i was like this is important. I really wanna do the segment again. So i went back for that last. Try and again. Same warm up I did a few things differently. Like i ate. Gummy bears for breakfast because pure sugar. You know not not the healthiest breakfast. But i think it might have helped I used amp cream on my legs. A took a casting gel about thirty minutes before. Hit as hard as i could but i really paste it super even like i was really watching the power. I wasn't surging in the places. I'd searched before and that took another forty seconds off by time though. I was really happy with that..

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"dan buddy" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"dan buddy" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Excuse me and rash was clear. Up in the middle of the throng had flown into the fort collins level of airport in his jet helicopter over the old fort collins airport and then they brought him with the Assurance man at the troll and put him in a building right there. I think pretty much at the corner of the town square and in linden street. Yeah and and absolutely so here. He is Walnut linden all townsquare. And somehow between dan whose own south in russia's on the north end were tens and tens of thousands of people and. Dan was just not with it. So i dan we've gotta get you up there to wear russia's i literally grabbed him by the arm and drug him through that crowd trying to stay happy. Excuse us skews us. Got to get dan to see rush. And if you dan buddy patent him on the back and it was amazing. Finally i i way. Let's put it this way in excess way accessory. Two hundred pounds dan. I think weighs one hundred and ten dripping wet so i was kinda physically literally physically dragged him through that crowd not to be brutalizing anybody but it took some some effort and so we got him up. Now just set the stage here so to speak. You were designated. Dan's minder was my job to make sure dan got were. Dan needed to be and i filled that responsibility so russia's up on the stage that they built right there on the edge of town and looking toward the river looking north northeast but that's okay For collins is you know is cockeyed downtown. And and so we got rush. It was up there. And i got down to the stairs. Russia's security people were around plus. We had lots of police officers and sheriff's deputies. Arrested bodyguard is a guy who wore a cowboy hat in the six. Good look like a cowboy standing right at the bottom of that. That's the stands of the stage. And so dan gets up there and dan's wife worked for a guy named walter one who had a chinese restaurant and he persuaded he. Walter persuaded them. That we're really be cool to take this checking it into a giant fortune. Cookie got eleven and to this day as friend of mine and and just just. He's a great entrepreneur promote his chinese food. And so. Dan gave it to rush. Rush looked at this kind of want his this then so he opened up. The far took and there was the check then. Inrush gave dan his Certificate his his subscription to the newsletter and then rush made some comments. The crowd just loved and it was time to go home so that up on youtube. Right you cared. Yes yes you can. Youtube it and rush limbaugh. Dan bake sale and there are two parts of it. The first part contains the speech. That's pretty cool so anyway..

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"dan buddy" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM

Radio Fajri 99.3FM

08:29 min | 1 year ago

"dan buddy" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM

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"dan buddy" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

06:09 min | 1 year ago

"dan buddy" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"Brewster my back Thanks very much for joining us right now, and I want to go back to you Can't Because you were the You're you're the loyalist. Although in the first segment we We heard that even your past loyalty has his perhaps minutes minutes March, but Matt match Um What has been the reaction of your friends and political operatives who have spoken with you since the insurrection of the capital. We'll talk to a lot of people. Most of the Trump folks, we're still very supportive of Donald Trump and to dance point about this big life thing that he talks about. I think what I've tried to explain to a lot of people cause I was in Wisconsin for the election and for the recount. Um, you know there. There's a fundamental disconnect between what the Democrats think we're talking about when we're talking election fraud and what we're talking about on the Republican and Trump side. And that is the Democrats Utilized Cove ID to relax a great deal of election protections over the last nine months for signature verification deadlines, all kinds of stuff. You know, being able to watch and observe what's going on. All these things were relaxed. That's what we're talking about. With the move that was made at the end of the day, Donald Trump lost the presidency, probably by about 40% less about where I'm sorry about 60% less votes than the Nixon JFK race was clips and how close that was back in 1960, so roughly 45,000 votes made the difference. Between enough states for Trump to win the electoral college and providing toe to have come ahead. Now I think Biden won the Electoral college. We've gone through the constitutional process that certifies those and brings it before the Congress. Congress chose not to do a the election in the House amongst the states, and Joe Biden is going to be president next week, and that's the way things work and I'm accepting. I'm accepting that I'm also accepting that everybody went in the capital and caused damage and busted out windows and broke through doors and did any of that should be found. Tried. Arrested or actually arrested first, then tried and then put in prison. That's what they deserve. I believe that they shouldn't have done it. They tarred all of us because their 74 million of us out here. You want to? We were very impressed by Donald Trump's performance in office, especially on policy issues. He had a phenomenal first three years and the black Swan event of this Corona virus. Has been tough on the entire country, and it's been tough on the Trump administration to do you believe? I think it was Dan the reference that earlier in the broadcast, do you do agree that Donald Trump was the reason that Georgia went democratic? His Reddick. His rhetoric is involvement, his comments involving the two candidates down there even though one candidate Kelly left, there was a horrible candidate. I thought Yeah, I would. Neither one of our candidates were all that great. Although, to be honest, I don't know the OSS. Often or not. We're all that great either. It was kind of an interesting election where you had to, You know, running the numbers really dropped off from the November election as far as what any of them got. In the runoff. So I mean, yes. Trump plays a role. We never we never got together is the party and focused like a laser on winning at least one or two of those runoff elections. And doesn't doesn't he isn't he to blame for that? Well, Bruce Yeah? Chris Doug Collins, who up until a week ago was a Congress person from Georgia. Yes. Must be tossed into the nearest political volcano. Because there is a certain idea abroad in the land that when your ego is big enough, you go ahead and you Run primaries. And and it's rule or ruin. He didn't rule He has ruined and I think on the produce side and on the Kelly left, learn it. I'll get back to Kelly and second on both sides, and we not had the dispersion of votes in the in the original November election, they would've gotten 50% plus one. We never would have been in this situation. I'll say this about left. Look, well, Yeah, um Trump opposed her appointment. Yes. The governor. Because of fundraising. Supported her appointment, right? And that made the call. The governor made the call. And and we see in the governor and the secretary of state down there some political judgment that I wouldn't expect in a class president raise it the second or third grade level. Right? So these guys are are losers. You know, they're they're headed to political oblivion. But Trump is the party leader. And so you get back to I agree with my friend Kent. There are a lot of things that were going on. Dan's buddies were out there The moment covert came along, and that's the whole story that will be told eventually. Neither the RNC nor the Trump campaign showed up in either case. So you have these findings in Pennsylvania about weeks that were left open for comment. On changes. And nobody from the Republican Party showed up. Let me see. These guys ceded the ground to the Democrats, and they took advantage. Dan Dan, Go ahead, Dan. Ken's point is, yes, there is a pandemic and, yes, lots of laws were changed. Many of my Republican legislatures like in Pennsylvania. So It would be extremely helpful from the start. If the absurdity of somehow the election was stolen. Not for the Republicans down ticket who all one in Pennsylvania. But on Lee for the president. Somehow the Dominion fabrication that Hugo Chavez is a state was involved. He's grand lies.

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"dan buddy" Discussed on Reverie True Crime

Reverie True Crime

08:11 min | 1 year ago

"dan buddy" Discussed on Reverie True Crime

"To the case in nineteen seventy nine where he was asked explicitly state. Whether he was or wasn't db. Cooper with a wry smile visible across his face. He told the k. In bbc reporter i'm afraid of heights and quote. This was reported by the mail. Don't forget this guy because he definitely comes back around so years pass by with a few leads that always lead to nowhere. Finally and nineteen eighty. There was a crack in the case. A young boy. Eight year old. Brian ingram was making a bonfire digging and sand minding his own business until he discovered a box hidden under the dirt. Some kind of package. That was basically rotting inside of this rotting box was five thousand eight hundred dollars. His mother rang. The police came out and to everyone's surprise. All of the money was in twenty dollars bills. It was found north of portland beside the columbia river. It was twenty some odd miles from aerial. Which is where. They suspected when he jumped the airplane. That's where he would have landed. They checked the serial numbers on the money and those numbers were compatible with the ransom. Money after this was found out there was another surge that was extremely widespread but it led them nowhere. The washable wash down theory was born. The theory was that the money dropped into the columbia river and was carried away downstream and washed up onto the bank. The cash was mostly still intact and had rubber bands wrapped around three stacks of twenty dollar bills. Also when the little boy was around fourteen six years after he found all that money they let him have two thousand seven hundred sixty dollars of the cash and two thousand eight. He sold fifteen of destroyed. Twenty dollar bills at some auction for thirty seven thousand hundred thirty three dollars and thirty eight cents. After the db cooper hijacking as when the cooper veins were made the federal aviation administration forced every boeing seven. Twenty seven to have these installed on the exterior. It would keep anyone from being able to let down the rear stairs while in flight. The fbi would steadily get tips but in twenty sixteen. They chose to close down the investigation. The fbi said they could be using their funds supplies and any resources they had towards many other cases at this point in two thousand sixteen. There was a book written by thomas. J colbert and tom selassie. Sollozzo possibly called the master outlaw. They investigated robert rack. Shaw's insane passed for five years. They along with so many others. Were convinced this was d b cooper. We may never know for sure because robert died in two thousand nineteen in the month of july due to a heart attack. But they're still a lot to unpack about robert reich. Shaw don't count him out yet. One other important person of interest was kenneth christianson. He was a former military paratrooper. Oddly enough the year after the hijacking he was making pretty good money at the airlines being a mechanic flight attendant and a purser and he purchased a house no big deal right however the house he bought he paid for it all in cash. Lyle kenneth brother said that kenneth while dying in nineteen ninety four said quote. There is something you should know cannot tell you in quote and twenty eighteen an anonymous. Us army data expert produce some research that he did on his own to the fbi. He came to his own conclusion. That it was a man named william jay smith now. I have a picture of this man that i'll show all of you on instagram facebook and twitter if you compare it to the sketches the similarities are unreal and he would be the age of d cooper. I wanna tell you how the anonymous. Us army data analyst came to this conclusion so strap in for this. The expert who remains anonymous. Read a book written by max gunther and nineteen eighty. Five called db cougar. What really happened. This played a big part and this anonymous expert formulating his bleach. Max gunther wrote in the book. That in nineteen seventy two a man who said he was d cooper. Got in touch with him. Well this unknown mystery man ultimately decided to quit talking with max therefore max had to. Unfortunately we leave this story where it was and try to move on from it however a woman who said her name was clara ten years. After max's book which actually went into detail about a woman named clara and db cooper decided that she would reach out to max and tell him she was. Dan will clair's widow and that he was the mysterious man. Who told max that he was db cooper. Max's book was basically called out for being bogus and a lot of people never took it seriously and basically portrayed it as somewhere in between nonfiction and speculation. According to the oregon there were some things in his book that were said to be fallacious. This was either due to clara attempting to conceal. Who she really was. Or max just pulling things out of thin air and writing about it as if it was fact an fbi agent even talked to max gunther and he essentially sacked him and said he was highly and professional. The anonymous analyst was not moved by any of the doubts. Casted on max gunther. He believed wholeheartedly. That max was in communication with someone who was claiming to be db cooper the analysts kept nudging along with his research and going down the rabbit holes until i came across a man named dan. Claire dan claire died in nineteen ninety and was a veteran of world war two the more the analysts dug into the rabbit hole the more. He didn't think dan clare was the guy but he believed dan's buddy. And co worker. Was the mysterious db cooper. This man was william. Jay smith william and dan worked together at penn central transportation. William passed away. At the age of eighty nine his yearbook had an array of alumni. Who were murdered in world war. Two there was a name that really caught the eye of the data analyst. Ira daniel cooper so clear and william smith. They were both from new jersey and they both worked at a railyard and.

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"dan buddy" Discussed on The Dregs

The Dregs

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"dan buddy" Discussed on The Dregs

"Boy. Episode three they they wanted us back the general public surprise surprise, but we're on location. Good to see you guys like in person this time because we were height of covid. Locked away in our places. So say what looped Hello Hello Nice to be out in the real world there in Krasny has it gone? Yeah. This is a lot better than. Over call. Dan Buddies faces. Yeah. I just talking to yourself and your living room when your girlfriends like what the hell are you doing? Yeah. I do that a lot. But we're on location day out of North Van. We got the Golden Hour here you'll see the photos in the show notes doubt from master. Man, Luke taken photos of the beers but we're at house a funk and Christie mind introducing your guest today we got Casey Foster Mousa Funk Casey and I go back a little ways to the university days up there on burnaby mountain cases a hell of a beer and the assistant brewer at House a funk does your title correct yeah. Thank you for having me on the show it's. My first experience..

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"dan buddy" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

07:48 min | 1 year ago

"dan buddy" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Alright. Alright, Dan, Buddy, my later was dead. Ro Khanna. Welcome back to the Legion Radio weekend showcase. We sat down and talked to Alex Navarro. He's a doctor of history at Michigan about how similar the public's response back in 1918 during the flu pandemic is how it is today. No masks who were as controversial Then as they are now, start with that. How did that happen? Yes. So how did it happen? I'm not quite sure how it happened. I still am not quite sure whether controversial today but it is true that they were controversial. Then the United States Public Health service at the start of the epidemic issued a general mass recommendations. All Americans and the Red Cross took this up, too, and used the use of masks was tied to the war effort and a lot of ways they try to engage people in terms of their civic duty and their patriotism. Because this is the time of the great war in a lot of Western states in particular and western cities. That's where we see the mandatory mask ordinances came from Indianapolis. Issue one as well. But it tends to be AH, Russian thing places like Denver, Seattle, San Francisco, most famously, and for some reason, the mandatory ordinances really got under people's skin. And we see in places like Denver and San Francisco. You know, hundreds of people arrested for fairly failure or refusal to wear their masks and in San Francisco. In fact, they were so detested that the second time San Francisco issued a mask order. As the influenza pandemic started to kill people. They remove those social distancing orders. They were. Several 1000 people formed an anti mask week and said the maps were useless and that the government had no right telling them they had to wear one. There was an infringement on their civil liberties, etcetera all the same thing to be here today. It's amazing, and that was a nice read this in 1919 because the that flu pandemic of 1918 and 1919 was that that went through two seasons, essentially killing 60 million Americans. This is a little The scale is different here, and obviously we did not have it was it was a novel flu virus influenza virus at that time when it hit and it was coming, they were good soldiers coming back from World War two at the end of 1918. And sailors of people coming in from Europe. And there was all kinds of vectors, I suppose, spread points super spreader events that were that were going on there. It way kind of break this down, though, again, sociologically the idea of the mask. As controversial and for the exact same reasons. Do you have a clue as to what is at the centre piece of that isn't really the whole idea of the government Just can't tell me what to do The rugged individualism argument, Or is it something about the fear of the mask? You know, I think it's perhaps a little bit of both look, occasion cultures, for example, you know, Japan, you're goingto let Japan you'll see people wearing map. Not just, you know, because of the pandemic. This is sort of a natural davide thing if you're not Feeling? Well, you'll put on the mask. Maybe you have a cold. You don't want to spread it. If you're afraid, you know that you might catch something colder influence it while you're traveling, working where mask It's very common. But in those cultures, you know there is a general sense that the collective is more important than the individual. You know here, United States. It's a little bit of the absent we really pride ourselves on being, you know, individualistic country and with personal freedoms and for the most part when it's not a public health crisis, that's that's very good. Except when you have a public health crisis that requires, you know, 100% are very close to it. Compliance. And consensus. That's when I'm not refusing to wear a mask because you know the government is, you know, cannot simply tell people what to do on, you know an infringement on on your individual liberties. That's when it becomes Problematic. I also think that in the case of Americans, you know that that might be in particular from from men. There might be a little bit of that, you know, wearing a mask, it seems somehow weak as maybe getting in. I'm not going to give in to this, you know? This Kobe, and it's just like the flu. We've heard these types of things before. And of course, that's not that's not true is a very deadly disease. And so you know, I think it may be a combination of those of those things. Yeah. Hold on one second for us out if you went outside barrels are this easy historian of great renown? Actually, he's the assistant director of the Center for the History of Medicine. Very, very cool title. I'd like to have that myself. I've got more questions from about the similarities between 1918 1919 and 2020. Wait to hear some of the other things that are exact Parallels. Stay tuned. We got Alex Navarro with us who is assistant director of the Center for the History of Medicine and University of Michigan. There is the you're the stories of the last couple of days about the similarities between 1918 and the flu pandemic of 1918 1919. And what's happening here now are startling. We talked about masks a few minutes ago that masks were just this controversial was actually an anti mask movement in some cities for exactly the same reasons. It's not the Constitution. I don't have to do it. You're not the boss of me. It's going to make me the master is going to kill me the same sorts of things that I do love. I love when we do this thing, Alex every Friday called Mask holes, and we play tape of people who have just, you know, have done bad things of, you know, screaming and being behaving badly around the mask. My favorite argument is it's proven that the mask will kill you. Well, how then? Is it possible that we have a medical industry in America? If masks kill you? Because every day I mean these people these people for years way before this was going on, Sergent. We would have no surgeons. They'd all be dead halfway through the surgery, right? I mean, it is. People just make things up. But Let's talk about social distancing You brought this up social distancing was actually a tactic 102 years ago, too. Yeah, Wass, you know they did not have vaccines came Aiken, 18 for influence that they didn't know. The influence at the time was caused by a virus. They thought it was caused by a bacteria. They were trying to investigate of that scene for it. But in the meantime, they cities implemented in states implemented all the same types of social distancing measures that we've been using today. School closures, closers of businesses. In particular, They didn't close, all non essential, but they would close places of public amusement, so theaters and movie houses and dance hall no start searching places on public advance. They also did things some cities that things like staggered work hours, so that you didn't have downtown shopper's getting out sometime this factory workers and office workers so that there will be a mad rush for mass transit. Ventilation orders telling people cover their costs all the types of things that we see today we'll come back to the weekend showcase with an Illinois State University professor who doesn't want students.

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"dan buddy" Discussed on ChupaCast

ChupaCast

11:16 min | 2 years ago

"dan buddy" Discussed on ChupaCast

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"dan buddy" Discussed on Stories Philippines Podcast

Stories Philippines Podcast

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"dan buddy" Discussed on Stories Philippines Podcast

"Expedience to get them to talk with Nabal. GonNa new coming amongst brand go to notify defending Dan low annoying little. Who were the first album of us of UNINVITE under now Now you in the island and Addison. Diana are known a- though they wanna go to the basket by not doing any. Yeah you understood that a joke omega. We'll megan do not on me. I the On Holly or a macabre though I'm going to your next by anonymous Annette. My Name Expediency at by a host that could age just claim No Palanka me. Major Madame. On Up UNSEE. Now Might Nick Boban Amin Buckingham Window. Image Image Cup of Then boggling INCO IMPACT BILLIONAIRE WHO BOUGHT ON ORLANDO'S MONGOLIAN INDIGO? Doping happens seen Show Cillizza mean these these around four for thirty PM. I think after but by her and me may mine happens in Nepal Houma by the one Dan Buddy for maybe we're just imagining things Shayla expedience. Thank God them on the Us At Us will not honest safety unhappy climbing the whole thing. You may buy it. E from Boondoggle van month month funding.

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"dan buddy" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

05:12 min | 2 years ago

"dan buddy" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"To the show Already that was fun. Good to catch up with Melissa. Appreciate her stop and buy on loan from the NFL network and PAT. Tillman special coming up tonight on the NFL network Jordan in Tampa joins us. Hey Jordan what do you have for me. Yeah Hey Dan Buddies Colonel Jordan Served two tours with PAT warned Iraq and one in Afghanistan You and the great thing was People don't consider this. You know he and his brother said after the nine eleven attacks we want to go in and we wanted to be the most effective we can be right away with college degrees. They could've bond both gone to officer candidate school. But that would have taken six months to get commissioned things things like that and so passed I wanna go M Be effective so right away so that that route was to enlist and then join the army Rangers So I'm in Iraq One night when I came back from Central Command headquarters a huge pile of people were at our front gate and he was the gate guard. And he was out there Sharon storage with all the younger rangers and then again I was with him when we were in Afghanistan after occur that tour Jordan. Thank you were you there. When they cut Saddam? I was the senior intelligence officer. The cotton now were you involved in the raid or like how but what was the one who directed the eight months search. Yes sir. It was my interrogation Karg as soon as it turned out the the reports when we called him on thirteen December two thousand three and then right after that we went after the head of Isis. What was the reaction when you Found Saddam we we were just. Our headquarters was super busy. I cut his hair shaved him. We I used to hear do. DNA checks Our commander wanted to make sure that no one could think this was a body double. So that's why we cut here made. He looked like he used to look But the big thing was was getting back to Pat Pat. Tillman absolutely fearless. He could've gone in as an officer. Longest brother Kevin. But it's the same type of reaction that you saw. I think after Pearl Harbor was attacked and my grandfather took both of my uncles. Both of them were underage to go in the military but they were GonNa go in the military and so my grandfather said when they got to the federal building hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of men wind up to enlist I into the army or the Navy could get into Jordan. Thank you I appreciate those memories of Pat. We appreciate your time. Thank you and your service. You know typical person in military that I was GonNa make it about him getting Saddam Hussein. Here's a guy who was cutting his hair and shaving his beard and he goes back to pat because he didn't want to talk about himself. Yeah we've we've had you know PAT's widow on a couple of times because there was a cover up there you know. There was a lot of things that were involved in this and You know she's been he'd been very strong woman through all of this but pat. Tillman that special as Fifteen years ago fifteen years ago man. Unbelievable all right Final hour coming up. Reggie Miller will join us. I think it was this day. Fifteen years ago we were in Columbus Ohio Ohio State Michigan. I'm at a bar. And WE'RE WATCHING COACHING INDIANA AGAINST DETROIT. That's right the malice at the palace and I remember watching that and the first thing I thought is gosh. Who Do we have on? The show immediately was watching and I went to Fritzy and I go okay. Who can we get on the show because you start to think about that when you watch when I watch watch sporting events that's what happens? I ended up thinking what angle. What angle tomorrow? What guests tomorrow? I was watching that. And you you know Reggie Miller was there. I think reg was trying to get ron test off the floor graduates in street clothes and people were throwing things. Did reg have a intrigued. Like a broken hand or something. We'll find out that it was fifteen years ago malice at the palace once once again thanks to Melissa Stark for making the trip Reggie will join US coming up. We'll get an update on our poll. Question is well seen Paulie Fritzy mclovin. Eleven years truly here on the Dan. Patrick Show football season is here and it's time to dominate the competition with your fantasy picks and RJ bells dream preview on podcast. One sports net is your secret weapon to victory. I said the fact. They didn't run enough in week. Wind tells me this guy so confident he wants to hide his strength no matter the matchup. Rj's you handled with topnotch analysis for the best NFL picks around now. Is that true or not. I don't know very optimistic. Download RJ Jay Bells Green preview every week on apple podcasts and PODCAST ONE DOT com..

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"dan buddy" Discussed on Heartland Radio 2.0

Heartland Radio 2.0

04:30 min | 2 years ago

"dan buddy" Discussed on Heartland Radio 2.0

"Just need a room with a tv and i've got two options. You have a rolling highlight film of the acting highlights of david schwimmer mer printed frazier josh hartnett justin long chris klein and seagal or the other other highlight real real real. I'm gonna put together is all the scenes of the shitty show kids you know like a._j. Soprano and walter white junior the junior in coral dana brody and like all the shitty kids that you hated from all the greatest of shows that just just all of their scenes. None of the junior stinks now. J. soprano gets a bad rap. He sticks punk doc but he's got some incredible. Lines just refund throat. Tony's mom in there to see you my heart. Just watch those until you can't take it anymore. <hes> it's a good one. Nick developed a new form of interrogation. I call it zito zito gatien nice <hes> you sit him down with zt in a room with bright flashing lights laser lights fog machine machine the whole nine yards music's playing all distractions you can think of live birds squirrels everything just loose in the room and hewlett zito put him through the meat grinder all questions he can think of all the distractions in his face do anything they can't leave the room until they until zito's satisfied with you never aw <hes> so i thought it was like what would be my torture so i would say like eating unhealthy and tofu that would make you cough it up real quick yeah okay so that's all i had tofu now. I just it looks weird. It sounds weird yeah. I think nothing i've never had yeah. Some people say you can fix it in a way that it takes. It's like a mushroom. It takes on whatever flavor take it but i'll eat a mushroom records fucking oven yeah mine was <hes> also also zero torture method man like nick's lot more so we're gonna miss but also add like as much food in there as possible and chew law. His diabetes had a couple. I i want just the one that came off a top ahead. <hes> initially was getting pliers and ripping. Someone's <hes> fingernails out yeah. I think that just be tough. That's always my worst exac- yep see get reactions like <hes> but then i was watching casino the other night and some of the backroom dealings that they have in that like put someone's head in a vise. It calls pop out love. I think that'd be a pretty tough. Let do well tell you what you want. You just chris eyeballs is out in or i also like <hes> put in someone's hand down and then just smacking the shit hammer and then when they're ridden and pain fine getting a ban saen threatening to cut their fingers on what was that movie. He's in the case and they did that. Tweets hand caprio support cast the cast walk beat. It will issue yeah. You'll forget yeah. I was was the tim tim guy. No doodo play where black tim's. I went through a phase where i walked over those fat farms uh nothing to do not at all. I don't know all white one zero delicious firms. Are i know what they are but i've never worn who owns. It's what's reverend's brother right. That'd be honest with you. I believe so was it. Toms eh thompsons dante donate to children in africa or something with them for a summer tom yeah it was fun but if you consider orient dan buddy might have is joke. He's like talking about thomson. He said what happens. If you feel like you're thompson and you take him back repos. All board is right. Listen if you guys need red line at.

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"dan buddy" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"dan buddy" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

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"dan buddy" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

07:33 min | 3 years ago

"dan buddy" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"I'll get free college football. In dallas. Don, I cannot get up at the Soviet funding. And smart point candy was incredible. I would also add Jim Carey for scary. I think it's such a genius chameleon is there's somebody did dramatic, obviously as an entertainer the nineties. You're could beat Jim Carey. Dan ackroyd? I think he's very underrated runs. There was a small town where I grew up in as well accurate Chevy Chase. When we come back to the never fog, Michael J, FOX cannot feedback the future greatest films trilogy of all time. That's not a that's not a bad mount Rushmore. I gotta be honest. I was surprised I thought it'd be worse. Let's go. Harvard in there too, gene. It's your mount Rushmore. I mean, you've got to put them in there. If you want them in. All right. Backward, fulfill harmonise. Wow. Really, I thought you take Jay FOX out. No. Doc Hollywood you love that come on the hard way hilarious. Doc Hollywood back who doesn't love that movie. Our entire staff doesn't love that movie. Liked that movie? Did you like doc Hollywood? Please. Let's go to let's go to Marcus, Marcus, go ahead with that. Dan. Buddy. How you doing is furious on a mount Rushmore of must watch TV. And I would argue fat five greatest cast of all time, Marcus. Never heard my life. Pretty ruled ineligible. Oh, no. Awful five. By car driver, rather have to watch that stupid movie. I've ever the worst question. Joe? Oh. Let's go to Jordan Georgia. Go ahead. You're on with that. Very. Hey, guys, big party smitheram big fan. Just wanna stay. I was honored by doing nominee adman. Speaking of top my top five moody calf. I just thought trailer for the eastbound with McConnell. Hayes snoop Dogg Fisher Martin Lawrence got from Johnny hill. Would that rank in the top ten calf? And what are your thoughts on the film? No, that's a pretty good cat. But don't think it ranked in the top ten of all time McConnell here, though is on the latest Sinophile? What you could check on. Apple. I talked about his new Phillips very working with sports desk. The wolf of Wall Street Christopher Nolan interstellar. And also the fact that a great film called Lone Star back in nineteen ninety six for Carnahan the latest to the foul check it out apple podcasts. You got mcconaughey on man, what a scores to I listen to this month. You've got Kevin Hart, mashed has a crushing it. I know Jacob vaca- Austin. But I believe we got the comment. That is unbelievable. What's the best movie? You've seen him in. I love Dallas buyers club, obviously won the Oscar for that. I think wolf of Washington not supporting performance, but he's great. And that I would say probably one of those two. Oh. Can I can I chime in? 'cause I argue is best performance wasn't in the movie is true. Detective I would say is the Texas co the Lincoln commercial. Commercials. Even better. Pool. One's pretty creepy where he takes that ridiculous pool shot and someone says I've never seen anything like that before. And then he gets in the car and the car says, I see it all the time. That makes a weird noise dialogue. I mean, he's crazy. He's borderline crazy leading into how weird. I would say the time to kill for me, by the way. That's a great reference to I did mention that. 'cause lonestar came out the mid nineties right before the time to kill. That's a really underrated movie your, right? That was the birth of Matthew mcconaughey movie star. But yeah. And I love him for because there's nobody else point like fools gold. Not even close. Well, actually, Matthew, mcconaughey. Mcconnell his new movie coming out called serenity. And I know you're not going to say too much about it because you just joined your your podcast. But usually it's a big red flag when there's a big vehicle for big time Hollywood star. And this has Matthew mcconnahey Anne Hathaway and the reviews already in it. Usually when you release movie in January that's a big red flag. Right. And then absolutely. You're right about that. Let's go. Mike is right to Mike point if it's like award worthy. Of course, it comes in October, November December process. Memorial day. Labor Day becomes a late January. Doc hollywood. Great. Summer. Hey. Looking up right now. Give me the grocer dot collie was let's get that former let's go out to Kyle. Go ahead. You're on with that, Dan. Hey, guys. How're you doing? If you had to live the rest of life watching the same thing over and over would it be sand law or would it be any of the Ernest movies? He point for me. Ernest scared stupid bird. Cardi B you to care. Let's go to Ernest goes jail. How is that was a really good one? Yeah. I would say of all the artists movies. That's more like rocky three. I think are scared. Stupid more like rock, doc Holliday actually did pretty well at the box office. Golly. Sorry, doc Hollywood actually did pretty well. At the box office, fifty four point eight million dollars gross in just the USA. Check the tape is at sixty million dollars off a little bit. But thank you. It was a relationship for Jeffrey in relation to gross. And it's even more. The success of your dollars. All right. Let's go to Alonzo Alonzo. Go ahead, you're on with that Denver. Lonzo. The question. What would you say is the biggest Oscar snub of all time I attest that it's John Zale case Prado from the nineteen thirty five God five two. That's a great when Khazal was unbelievable. The late actor who was so wonderful. He was always end up and worked with Al Pacino likeness. Great. As you mentioned, of course in Prato in the godfather of one and two, but I was the greatest of all time. In fact, he didn't win director or director for raging bull. Lots of Robert Redford for ordinary people back in nineteen eighty and lost a Kevin Costner speaking inexplicably for gases with wolves. Nobody ever says themselves. They feel like watching today. Everybody always feel like watching a great point, by the way, Alonzo. You Lorenzo our TV producer. No, no, not at all share the laugh. You. Show. All right. One more call here. Let's go out to let's go to Christina, Christina. Go ahead you're on with Adnan Virk. Hey. And then if you had to choose the who Tommy or Pink Floyd the wall music question. I always defer to Mike Ryan on the news the questions I'll go with Pink Floyd. And I hope Mike fax me up. But I would wait hold on a second that she's asking because Pink Floyd made a movie the wall and the who made a movie called Tommy boy. So I don't know if you saw any of those I thought to be honest. Tommy, Tommy boy. Tommy, boy, I don't know. With black sheep. How's that for dantonio black? All right added is always as always this has been the light. We.

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"dan buddy" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"dan buddy" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Time. That's not a that's not a bad mount Rushmore. I gotta be honest. I was surprised I thought it'd be worse. Let's go to I love I love you. you feel Harvard in there too. He's genius. Oh, it's your mount Rushmore to put them in there. If you want them in. All right. Okay. We'll remove backward, fulfill harmonise. Wow. I thought who really I thought you take Michael J, FOX out. No. I'm like, my doc. Hollywood does love that movie. Come on hard way. Hilarious, doc Hollywood bike doesn't love that movie. Our entire staff. Does it love that movie? I think the really would've liked that movie. Put it on the poll. Did you like doc Hollywood? Please. Let's go to let's go to Mark. This Mark is go ahead. You're on with that Denver. Dan, buddy. How you doing is furious on the mount Rushmore of most watched TV, and I would argue fast five hundred the greatest cast of all time, Markus. That's the stupidest question ever heard my life. That's much Much TV. forty ruled ineligible question. I know those are awful. Let's you just want to buy cars. By car driver, rather have to watch that stupid movie. Never taken the worst question. They should do. Let's go to Georgia Georgia. Go ahead. You're on without Denver. Hey, guys big Marty Smith here big fan. Just want to say I was honored by the sui nominee, Adnan. Speaking of top my top five movie cast. I just thought trailer for the beach bum with McConnell. Hey, snoop.

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Jacky Quin, Patrick Air Force and President Trump discussed on 24 Hour News

24 Hour News

03:27 min | 3 years ago

Jacky Quin, Patrick Air Force and President Trump discussed on 24 Hour News

"The two foot training rocket. They notify the explosives team at nearby Patrick air force base. The team said while it appeared to be disarmed. It may still contain explosives. The Vero beach area was a major military training site during World War Two and the air force believes the rocket came from that era contractors of mapped a twenty thousand acre area, they're searching for buried World War Two training ordinance. Presumed death at a Turkish consulate. I'm Jacky Quin with an AP news minute. President Trump says that he's heard a report from CNN that Saudi officials are about to concede that missing journalist Kamal jamarcus Shoghi was killed in its consulate in Istanbul as part of an interrogation, gone bad. Official reports so far just the of rural report he sent his secretary of state to find out more about Khashoggi's disappearance. The president spoke in Georgia after touring damage from hurricane Michael they are and in Florida. He's vowed federal aid to help residents businesses and farmers California. Utility say most customers will get their power back soon. Precautionary shutdowns went into effect because of a high wildfire threat visitors to Buckingham Palace thrilled. By the news, a baby may become very plays. When you always coming saying Prince, Harry and duchess Megan are expecting, I'm Jacky Quin AP digital news back in a moment. Huge keeping a close enough. So that space between you and me. The way all dance dance way into the news anchor, Dan buddy, and how you move and every time you cross my man, girl. Alexa, play

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India's top court legalizes gay sex in historic verdict

AP News

00:31 sec | 4 years ago

India's top court legalizes gay sex in historic verdict

"Sachs has been decriminalised in India in a landmark verdict India's Supreme Court struck down a colonial era law that made homosexual acts punishable by up to ten years in prison. The supreme court justices ruled the law was used as a weapon to harass members of India's gay community and resulted in discrimination. The court said it must protect an individual's right to live with dignity as a fundamental, right? Opponents of the law danced in the streets. And waved flags outside the court after the ruling.

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