35 Burst results for "Dench"

"dench" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

02:08 min | 4 months ago

"dench" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"The large jazz of it all, when you walked in today, I mean, you've seen it on television, obviously. What's it like? When you're here, because it looks a little bit different. Well, it's one of those things I got an email. Hey, we want you all to be on the fine bomb show, so I'm scoping it out. I've never been on TV. I'm like, where's the desk going to be? Where are we going to be? Like you're saying it's cold in here. I needed a jacket and it's one of those. I had to go find a bathroom. I had to find where the water was. Funny story me and take Bixby had to wander to another floor 'cause neither one of us could find the bathroom. It just kind of have to scope it out, settle down, always have to take a few deep breaths 'cause there's so many people and there's so much to see and I just have to pause and take it in. And then do my job. Well, I want to say this and because at this point in the week, this is now the fourth day we've been here in the Heather dench in our being divas a few minutes ago complaining. And what I've learned from both of you is we really ought to shut up. Because this is incredibly special. And I think sometimes when you do it every day, you obviously take it for granted because it's easy for me to get around. It's easy for me just to walk out and jump jump through hoops to go out and back way. But you've reminded all of us of how fortunate we are. I guess, I guess that's another reason why I do it. And why it's so easy to do 'cause it does make a difference and I mean being on this air and I think the difference in my article made, I see how big of a difference it makes. From day to day what I do day today, not just when I write an article or not just when I talk about my story with FA. How I'll live on day basis makes a difference. Well, as I said, as I'm talking to myself here

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"dench" Discussed on Daily Pop

Daily Pop

02:27 min | 5 months ago

"dench" Discussed on Daily Pop

"Ticket. I said, if they're working with Taika, she improvises, she could do some type of like rap battle with him. Because I know you're a huge fan of hip hop. So I'm just curious. Hypothetically speaking, if you and Chris Hemsworth did a rap battle. Who would win? Oh boy, I think we made both lose. I don't think either of us as a good has a good chance of that one, but yeah, it certainly would be would be funny, funny to behold. I'm so happy these movies are coming out this summer because with gas prices and ticket prices, my ass ain't going nowhere. But I will be watching Thor: Love and Thunder at the AMC on July 8th if y'all want to come and see me over there. That's right. Be hosting a screening. All right. Do you think you have what it takes to be an action star? A survey found that nearly 6 out of ten delusional people. Honestly, believe they have what it takes, of course. That's with the right training. Lonnie, are you that delusional? 60% of Americans think that they are 60% of Americans are more likely to supersize the you think you could be Spider-Man. You think they could be Spider-Man. They asked this question as people were leaving the theater after they watched Top Gun and they were like, can you be the action starter and was like, yeah, I have to fly a plane, like that's what happened. Is everyone was like real amped up. Let me tell you something. Crazy. I go to the gym every day. 60% of people by law. I have to go there as a gay man, at least 6 days out of the week. All star revoked my gay card, okay? I'm realistic. I'm more of the Judi Dench. I'm the bitch who's giving you coordinates. Picking you up in a car. And the hardest thing I want to do is cock a subway, sandwich. I am not trying to shoot anything. Let me tell you, do you know the effort it takes for me to get all that treadmill every other day for 20 minutes? And I'm like, I'll be doing something. I'm not gonna lie though. I'm not part of a 60% of the people that I think I could do it. But I would want to try. You will want to try. I want to try. Yeah, you don't want to talk. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah, yeah. So yeah. Yeah, yeah. I see you on a mountain. You're getting so full in the kitchen. Celebrity chef brin.

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"dench" Discussed on Spider-Dan & The Secret Bores

Spider-Dan & The Secret Bores

05:11 min | 7 months ago

"dench" Discussed on Spider-Dan & The Secret Bores

"I think they use his likeness in other games like night fees in nightfire, but he didn't voice. He didn't voice it. But this one. Well, you can tell because they've thrown in an absolute budget because they've got John Cleese, Judi Dench, Willem Dafoe, Shannon, Elizabeth, Heidi Klum, and Maya. Like early 2000s for a game to have that video game. And it wasn't on many platforms either. It was only on GameCube and maybe PlayStation or something like that. Maybe original Xbox. There was only a few it was on. I think I've got the copy in my arm. He's going to dig it out. He's going to dig it out for us. There it is. There it is on the GameCube. Yeah. Everything or nothing. You know what, who I forgot to mention. Richard keel. Richard keel comes back as jaws as well back cover. And it's excellent. There's several forms of play on this game so you can do this vehicular, kind of there's a rally level, there's you've got the Bond car, you drive a tank at one point, you've got so there's this repel mechanic where you're running down buildings with a grappling hook. There's a lock on shooting system, which was quite good because not only could you lock on, but you could actually move there was like a red dot within the lock on so you could do like head shots. Yeah, yeah. And we played the co op version as well. And I just bloody love this game. And arguably one of the best James Bond games. And I know, obviously, you know, probably going to talk about GoldenEye, I'm sure, or someone's definitely going to bring up GoldenEye in the, in the comments, but as a third person game, it was just brilliant. It just had everything I want. I was talking about that combat in Indiana Jones. This was very reminiscent of that as well. It's very, it feels real. And yeah, it was absolutely blast..

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What Happened to Pamela Anderson's Face?

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:59 min | 10 months ago

What Happened to Pamela Anderson's Face?

"Did you see the interview the other day Pamela Anderson and a new husband, Dan hey Hearst? Schmuck, Dan, hayhurst, who left his wife in three kids to one from building pants deck to fucking the former Baywatch babe. All his wife and kids had no idea. I mean, his wife had dinner with Pam. They became friendly. And this asshole decides to stop. I mean, things like that can happen. I'm sure that marriage wasn't good in some capacity. But he really looks like an asshole on top of looking like an asshole physically. Now he looks that way more in a broader sense. But I watched this video of an interview they did. Some British show called loose women, which that's kind of funny in itself, to be interviewing Pam Anderson, a show called loose women. And they call her up and she's in bed. She and Dan answer the phone while under the covers, which, by the way, John Lennon and Yoko Ono did this S.W.A.T. 40 something years ago. 50, maybe. Come up with something new, Pam. It just, you know, the whole thing of being in bed with your new husband, you're 6th fucking husband. It's getting tiresome. And I didn't know it was Pam Anderson at first. I thought they were interviewing dame Judi Dench. That's what Pam is turning into. I mean, I don't know if that's her face without makeup or if this is just what she settled on with cosmetic procedures. I have no idea what option is saddest. But ladies, you got to stop injecting bullshit into your cheek into your cheekbones. It looks like you got two hamburger buns below your eyeballs. Do you think men think that your natural look? You need to know, you don't look like you're younger, you look like someone who does a lot of cosmetic

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"dench" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

05:25 min | 10 months ago

"dench" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"On the other side of the camera and we would just find ourselves going in these circles of hilarity about why ma couldn't get on a bus or get on a boat to go to England and it would go on for like 5, 6 minutes that everybody be laughing by the end of it. But it just felt very he just gives you a lot of leeway, which I think makes you just grow and confidence and sort of feel like you're, I don't know, like you're sort of soaring in this role and weird way. Well, I heard that there was some improv there, and I guess maybe one of the more surreal moments for somebody would be doing that with dame Judy Dench. Yeah. I mean, that doesn't, that doesn't even feature on your bucket list because it just seems like such a crazy wild thing to even imagine. Yeah, you know, I don't know. How did that happen? Well, it. Obviously we all know the final product of her work is always amazing, but were you able to kind of dissect what it is that makes her so great? Judy has retained this just pure wonder of the world. I mean, she just has this purity about her in that she meets everybody at the exact same level. She approaches things without any ego. I think she's just a really, I don't know. She's retained that childlike purity, I think. And that means that every moment feels fresh and new and genuine and every single person feels seen and heard. And it's a beautiful thing to watch. I mean, you know, she's, I don't know, she's definitely one in a million. Yeah. Well, there are a number of scenes that people leave this film thinking about for a long time afterwards and certainly high on the list is the dance where you already a proficient dancer beforehand or was this something that took some practice? We need to give major props to a letter. Our choreographer and an eagle are editor because I think between the two of them and then harass them so they made Jamie and I made that looking much better than I think we did on the day. No, it wouldn't be my natural pop around a bit, but learning learning choreography is not my strong point. They didn't rub you into singing though. That was Jamie. All right. I mean, originally there was a little bit more of the singing and actually we'd film some stuff..

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"dench" Discussed on Bad Science

Bad Science

06:58 min | 1 year ago

"dench" Discussed on Bad Science

"Musician these things lyrics reflect really what's happening in the jungles more than anybody else i. That's a good question era for a number of field trips. For some reason my my playlist wasn't working so all i could listen to is Eac sexes albumin caliph. And so i. I find it really hard to separate anything happening in the forest from jamie rained especially the opening track is something like. Oh my gosh. That's like the opening line of the opening track. How am i going. Got that thumping pumping kind of energy and it's loud as what's happening that's happening internally in judi dench mind but he comes out so good neela simply exactly what you're saying anything it's not even when she laughs just very like you probably can't hear my nose but it's very so good. He's awesome. We should have just recorded this whole podcast with you. As judi dench people won't know like they would just be listening thinking we had judi dench on the program. Yeah i can do it. And then i'll do idris elba on the other side and people will be like oh perfect together again in borneo joe day okay. I'm sorry that's my interest the great amy. Okay i'm so sorry eddie. You're not british but probably heard too much honestly. Honestly let's cancel. Let's delete everything that we've done here. I just wanna do the address and judy pod. Please please please okay my last question. I know we're running short on time. It's mentioned that this is want borneo is one of the remaining untouched tropical rainforests which explains why it has all this biodiversity species of trees et cetera et cetera. So my question to you is what other untouched tropical rainforests do. We still half or the christian that might have been a questionable claim. I'm touched by chainsaws. But i think if you ask the dia people have bonier. They're probably walk every square anchor of that place. I there's untouched it's lightly touched by people who read the slutty less destructive tendencies than in the contemporary occupants. But there are you know the good news is. There are plenty of the hatches. We called it. We tend to call this forest primary forest company. That's a boring science. It used to be called virgin forest. That reason that's not pc anymore. We call it. Primary forest and there are other other patches. And obviously the the amazon's got some great actions of this Some left in the congo basin in africa in drc congo and gabon. And then in pumping you're guinea it really the data really the places where you have this. Decent chunks of primary untouched lightly touched forest left God they're important for by vesey. Nice okay good to know that. There's some i just had a. I had a pessimistic like expectation that you were gonna come on and tell me. Oh that's it. We screwed it all up. We scorched it all judy. Judy can't do any other wild adventures. 'cause that's it. I mean it's very hard to say that like you know i don't know i guess i get you know. Obviously that we've had whatever administration the states we just left and there's any stroke of similar people in places like i want to say a country like maybe brazil in which there are similar people that have that are unfortunately seeming to be in control of one of the most important angles rainforests in the world. I just i guess that whole thing about voting does matter. I don't want to say here just trying to be positive. Speaking of that and trying to just I guess promote some positivity barron. I don't know if you have shows coming up because of this whole delta scare. I don't know if you're putting things on pause but if there's anything at all you want to tell people about plug now it'd be the time. Just check me out on baron. Von dot com and. I'm also on on twitter and instagram. You know if you if you google me. You'll probably find what you're looking for most likely excellent. I super appreciate you. Watching dench is wild borneo adventure discovery plus and coming onto the show. It was quite extraordinary. It was extraordinary to have you on the program today. I really do appreciate it. It's a toy to talk to you. And eddie anything you want to tell people about. Please do watch. The show was a great It was a great introduction to bonnie. You're going to see some stuff that that you like him now and learn a bit. I learned a bit and There are lots of good organizations working to try and save those cars the animals in their sela game to google and and look the good organizations that are doing good stuff then any organizations you wanna trash any clown organization stand against punk or yeah punk ass organizations label them now. Okay you can pass no paddle. Oh no i had to do it. I'm so sorry to do it. No thank you both for real so much. And i'll talk to you next time. Have a good one bye and of course if you wanna watch judi dench wild borneo adventure you got to do it on discovery plus and the best way to do that is to discovery plus dot com slash good bad science for a free trial. Do it today The science credits posted it produced by saying but kushner supervising evansville darby reverse bica failed allen booker ban books coordinator jason and baser liberal studies by..

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"dench" Discussed on Bad Science

Bad Science

07:23 min | 1 year ago

"dench" Discussed on Bad Science

"Back to the. I have to ask about sunbears because i think they might be my new favorite animal or i guess top three. At least i had never heard of them before. If you haven't seen the show they say they're the smallest bears in the world. Just that sentence alone captures me. I'm already engulfed. i'm in. I thought the smallest bears were gummy. Go ahead what. I said while eating bounce from continue what you were saying. No i love that Yeah so. I don't know i just wanted some more information about sunbears. I could've watched the whole thing. Just about sunbears. It made me so sad when they said that they're killed for medicine can you. Can you tell me about that show. Yeah that that they were good shelter even my family. I got little kids to our house like. Did you see this baby. Someday i shut the half on there with the papa was his name papa bear that he was up assam luckiest guy in the world in all his best friends are sunbears. Some says ridiculously cute. That yeah it's really a shame in they If obviously lost a lot of habitat because of palm expansion but yet in that hunted kadhafi for their body parts but the worst thing of all that happens to the sometimes as they they do this harvesting of of bil- of all things you know like this bear bile has this particular acid in it and attends out if you you keep the bare alive but in miserable conditions you can sort of continue to extract bio from the chinese. And it's yeah. I'm sorry to get some mobile wait. It's horrendous the that is truly horrendous abuse of animals. I'm bet is doing very widely practiced in from parts of east and southeast asia. And some have suffered horrendously because of these bears please. Yeah bear siding. Yeah i gotta get involved with them. Sort of sunday organizations just like I'm sorry this is so bored with that. Was trying to come up with some sort of godzilla joke. But i was like. Yeah right godzilla. They were harvesting the tasks. But i got. I got nothing. I got enough of this horrible. Yeah that's pretty bad. Damn th that really changes the titan. It's okay. I'm just thinking about harvesting bears for bile. What were you saying. No i'm joking. That's dumb and the camera. I wanted to ask this. Because she did say that borneo is the what she say. The third biggest island australia. The i i think actually Strata so i think it would guy. It'll count yeah that don't count continents. I'm pretty sure it would green land you guinea and then baena. Yeah because australia's the only country continent island right. I mean it is. I mean i was gonna say well. How can you just decide not to count it. I mean it it you know it hits the prerequisites. What are we talking about. You can't drive anywhere else. Yuli that's only one prerequisite for and that's the one that's only works That's really strange. so okay i and the the other one i wanted to ask about was the spiderman ants which barron mentioned before that some you know sh schmuck lazy peer of yours name. I actually. I actually don't know if that's actually the actual name. But they said it they said it in the thing. But i was surprised by this and because it squirts foam as they described and glues up its attackers. Can you tell me about that. Yeah that's that goes you know this is the strategy that of squirting something sticky and gluing up attack is really common. I mean like probably thousands and thousands of insects in bonier. That have something coming. What they have. And what. I've never seen is one that you can pick up and just squeeze perfectly for the camera and it sprays out that that's pretty epic But it's a really reliable strategy state in the ocean to. It's just a good defense strategy spray. Something sticky kind of gross in tens out things that were gonna eat to think twice about it. I mean that's also a good life advice to. That's what they say. If you're being robbed or something to just like excrete as much as you can bar whatever you gotta do actually might just yell. The words like very kind of vice pandemic white yourself pistols. They don't spray it those that's actually important. Now that's very important and gotta say i'm putting myself in the shoes of someone who is just watching someone else yell the word spray and i'm pretty freaked out like i think i would back up because i don't know just the word like i'm expecting the worst now or we can learn from niger. We we all revolt uptick from judi. Dench wild borneo adventure. Yeah i always thought. It was kind of cute in the way that i had this. I thought because i remember her describing these trees in like they were talking about how like the majority of species live like at a certain height. I guess off of the ground in these trees and she was saying something about like how. It's like a you know like in the condominium building like you go up and up and there's different things and i remember thinking like maybe it's more like a condo was like these trees like you know is is not. This is not the city the jungle of man every not earned ourselves like it's like we're actually copying how jungles operate. Am i right or am i right. I mean i think you're right as hell. But i mean what do i what do i know eddie game weigh in on this. Yeah i. I'm trying to imagine now some sort of condominium that just gets bigger and bigger as it goes off instead of smaller small. I mean the house is like the biggest room. Oh yeah that's true. That's true in that way. And then i have to remind you of certain futuristic documentary called the jetsons in which that's exactly what happens. Everyone's like what's at the bottom. I think scorched yeah. Fifth element is the same way. You go down. They have a whole fog. Like that's like disgusting zone like nobody's down there scary. At the bottom in the future of fulfillment like in blade runners. All that stuff is kind of like where the future's the jungle we're we're quote unquote beasts again by metaphor. Am i also lyric in that. Alicia key saw sue concrete jungle. I don't yeah. I think you're right. See they go concrete jungle. Where trains keys. I was just a click. That was just clip. Yeah we took. That stem the capella track. So thank you for letting us. That's here's my related question. Eddie.

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"dench" Discussed on Bad Science

Bad Science

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"dench" Discussed on Bad Science

"Like burn things in a way that i don't understand it but i was wondering if you if you knew anything about that. Yeah sure he's not the scientist this next level I mean he's on the show because he's a genius. Thank you. i'll take all the compliments. Yeah but i'm gonna say one of the things that are not so much in forest but you see this a lot in big grasslands countries in africa in northern australia. That what we've done as a as a kind of european society is think fire is bad what we have. We have to stop fire costs instead. We try to suppress it and not have fires and what that means that you get all this extra we call it fuel. But it's basically dead grass dead trees and stuff lying around and so when you do advise you have these catastrophically. Big fires. Seen him in california. We've had them here in australia And yeah releases a ton of carbon dioxide and perhaps more importantly the big fires kill a lot of trees. You see the same even in rainforest but what a lot of indigenous communities did that used to manage and live with fire. Is they knew when to been in the yes. They would soon as they could. As soon as things became just dry enough which means that it wasn't a lot of fuel lying around to the fis a small. They tend to be out quickly. Don't kill trees they just been the ground cover A lot less destructive. And i think it has lots of places around the wealthy. Wow we could really learn from that and start to change the way we manage fire so as soon as it's dry enough we should go out baron and i just like some stuff on fire out of the way well. Hey here in la. There's enough. i still hear fireworks all the day nabbed time and places where i shouldn't so hopefully that's you know that's actually one of the reasons. Some of these fire start. Actually people got an abc for some reason. Just got him now. It it's a tricky balance too because one of the challenges somewhere like california. Is that the for the forest service. Knows what it's gonna do knows how to been but any bending releases smoke which kind of sucks for people. No smoke is good for you and so there everyday like. Oh my god. What could we ben. But if we now there's going to be too much smoke in the cities of the number of days when they can actually burn as is pretty small unfortunately and at the same anywhere you know. We don't really think about that as much in places like indonesia but we did some some research handful of years ago about about those exact fi as you saw on that image and the the cabin is one thing but the impact on people's health. The community's health in indonesia is staggering like really a lot of extra people dying just because of the smoke from all of that bernie. Oh my lord. Are there things that we can do. I mean obviously volunteer for the nature. Conservancy i assume but you know anything else. Just because i just naturally feel guilty and prompted to do something to try to help i mean you know. Give me instructions. I'll follow him there. Some i mean there are some easy things like a lot of those forests that that judy was in around the being protected because they actually still used his forest for logging Which is not. That's not necessarily a bad thing because one of the reasons why so much forrest got cleared in. Borneo is because people stop making enough money from logging and so they started thing. I will have a whole lot and grow oil whereas she he kept on saying all. This last wonderful petrified forest and it is but it's completely surrounded by all of these logging concessions and those logging concessions do a lot better when they're certified in some sort of international arrangements that when you see. Little logo is like the forest stewardship council You're buying timber where the people who manage the forest a really thoughtful about the impact on part of that little stuff like buying citified paper. Said if i'd would make quite.

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"dench" Discussed on Bad Science

Bad Science

06:50 min | 1 year ago

"dench" Discussed on Bad Science

"It freaks it really freaks out and makes what appears to be a very loud. So can you tell me how it's doing that. I'd never heard anything like that. That was terrific. I actually learn more about how that was doing that on this show that was a wonderful takeaway from this show. You should just play that clip. Because i gave a terrific explanation how rubbing its its legs against the cavity of his wings. And i'm not gonna be able to reproduce. Okay great so. Just run that clip again. Two plates right here on the underside actually have muscles to snap these like lifting a piece of plastic backwards and forwards off of what would any said there. I was curious about what were some other like some takeaways that you have to show. Yeah I thought there was some koufax overall. They had a heap. A good scientist on there. And i think that really helped. They covered up one of the things. I loved his than they covered. Everything from like the cool natural history of animals right after like global trained to do with forests and had had had signed a sewer. You know that's the thing we might not be able to tell us from watching it but a lot of people love of chaps that were accompanying hair various points where we're really good. Sinus real experts And so they went just they went just kind of like the media people Lo and india these are these are academics who who do work in that space. And though i i thought that was really good and i thought the fact that they talk a ton about the role of insects in general is gripe attempting to do a whole show on a rank fans or the coupon or you know things like that but yeah they're right. I mean insects drive at forest insects. Or what ten. The trees into food for everything else and even ten the trees into food for themselves again so that that was pretty cool. That was fascinating And i you must have been so pissed. They didn't invite you show. I mean you've been there like that's really rude and really crappy of them. I'll say it. The dung beetle was one of those insects that they were talking about. How vital it is how important it is to the ecosystem of the rainforest and case. You're not aware it. It doesn't have that name for for no reason. It literally is rolling up balls of crap all the time and moving it to a safe location where it can use it for. Its home and food. One beatles trash one beetles dung is another one's wrong. I got no mind. But you know what i mean lifeblood. Yeah it's weird but it's true. I mean they were describing it as like if they if those didn't do that that they'd be like up to their waists in animal dung like is that accurate. I mean how how does that. We're that's very i actually. That was probably one but she lines in. That feels like i don't think that's right that i've never walked through a far. I've walked through some far dung beetles and identity. Remember having to sort of wade through the feces and other animals crab snorkel. Just like a dengue moses jusuf. It's landed smell think. Oh my goodness. I hope you take that the right way again. You do look like a duck moses and it's a compliment. That's why i'm not on the show judi dench. It's just if you ever get a special the specialty in the dengue diesel. And the dog diesel. That is a great thing to put on a business card. Eddie game deng moses. I was waived of grabbing a big. I was also struck. I had never seen the thing about the the stuff that was about. The the carbon dioxide and the the sort of the the mapping that he did with the graphics and all that stuff. I never seen anything that that was like that. And he said. I don't know who it was but he said that that was one of the things that was helping. Turn the corner. Maybe for a lot of governments who weren't believing. I guess what was happening as you ever seen anything like that before. Like those graphics. Yeah that was. That was terrific. Wasn't gyco greg asna who does a lot of that We call it remote-sensing which is basically taking images from satellites from aeroplanes. He took is on an airplane and it. Yeah it is it wanna things that it has done is really emphasize to governments all around the world. How important forest off the cob and budget. None of cobb and we have another planet. Two big things happen. I guess when you turn some of that forest into agriculture like an oil palm plantation. You release a ton of carbon just because you trump those trees down but then you also don't have those trees. They're pulling more carbon out of the air and so the combination of those two things mean that if you keep forest there even a little bit. It's so valuable and say that. That's i think what greg men at ten the corner because you're seeing governments think You know the best way that. I can meet kaban. Climate change commitments countries. That have made them stop chopping forest down. It's enough to stop. Driving is enough to stop doing all this other stuff. Just stop shopping forest down which the some places easier than than other options and schoof that. That's what i get i. Those are my sounds. I make because you know i have two children. Two little children and my toddler will the most toddlers but my oldest loves the movie rio right not the best. However there was a sequel. Rio to the prizing. -ly there's a lot about poaching and farming and these people who are out there and all of these different jungles that are burning the jungle intentionally and that was another thing that was really docking in that in the the graphic where he showed all that data light footage of all these different burning and lens like the global fund us. You know. there's that song this girl is on fire. And i'm like what girl mother earth. So here's a question for you eddie. Game i'm here in california you know and we have fires the time by my today. When i was out i was like. Oh we just like that that thing where it's like. It's not just my allergies. But i'm like i'm breathing in things that should have never been burned you know even by they're starting to talk about this thing and i was curious about you. Know if you have heard about this and other cultures indigenous cultures around the world about.

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"dench" Discussed on Bad Science

Bad Science

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"dench" Discussed on Bad Science

"He's coming from over that now and that was just the. Oh wow okay. That's how many soldiers they're all the names six. Pm spiderman and. I don't know antlers bit by spider. How about that so lazy. Your peers are so lazy at. He gave yes. So why. I mean i assume it's called because it starts making that sound at six. Pm i mean they were describing it as basically. It's like a miracle that all these animals at the same time. So is that like a temperature triggered thing or what. Yeah that that. That's a change in time of the day. So you have a ton of animals that specialize in that kind of period between daylight and nighttime six. Pm is right about there because bonadio is right in the tropics. Now it's pretty much smack bang in the middle of the planet doesn't change much season two seasons six sort of a late at you're lazy. It's like six pm because that's pretty much sunset. Every day of the year doesn't matter if it's winter or summer there isn't really those seasons but that that that is the noisiest time of the day because you have this you have all of the daylight animals just going to bed and sign their last goodbyes away. No the older not animals waking up and starting to say good morning to everyone and yeah that that's also when we we you sound a lot to tell the health of forest in the best time to look at that is that evening course. Okay that's awesome in. there was one. I got mention that takeda. That i could not believe the sound that it made. Like they touch this one sucato. I hope they play a clip of it now. We have many many different kinds of cicadas. It's only the males that make the noise. sh- and.

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"dench" Discussed on Bad Science

Bad Science

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"dench" Discussed on Bad Science

"Show about speaking of bugs. I do have to really unfortunately ask about them. there's a centipede they're talking about that. They can kill a human. So i gotta bring that up i mean is that have you come into contact with that. Can you tell me how they kill. Humans like what the f. f. eddie game. Fortunately have not. Come into contact with that centipede or any deceased humans as a result of centipedes but When i worked in the pumping you guinea to and a similar in some ways and they have a senate data that they co chop off your arm because if the pain is so bad that you that you would rather chop off your Continue to live with. I have no doubt that. Said if he'd bites are incredibly painful. And i have no desire to encounter. Have you had to encounter a lot of some of these poisonous species and got the worst of it. Yeah you sound like to me. Like a veteran basketball player. Who like you know when they talk about their injuries. It's like you don't really the details. But they're like yeah. I've had a broken ankle three broken ribs. Like my wrist sprain. Five times it's like is that your. Do you have just like a medical history. List of few scars. Wanted one great one from and they have these big big hornets. It is beautiful. Big golden horn house brought at the end of a day of far made it successfully through eight hours of forest walking without any injuries. And i could see the camp and i got bitten by this horn and not too bad but it must have had some toxin because it started sort of eating away the flesh of my alma. Two days later i had this big hall. I'm mike yet. How did what happened next. He asked me just. I went to hospital or they sort of cleaned out. All the dike. Flesh tried to all the toxin as possible and yet healed five. I got an from him. How are they not getting bitten. How are they not getting injured. I just assumed that was going to happen. Any second hour of dame judi dench even those insects wait. That's the queen like. She's been of lisbeth and victoria. We can mess with her. We just can't get there's like a weird there's a force field as she walks through borneo of just like everyone pays their respects they bow and then they just go on their way inc. That's right it was just sort of communist. Just follows her everywhere even when they took the they sort of cut to her travelling companion at one point and he only lasted two minutes before the thunderstorm k. Road into what we gotta get outta here here. That s the rain coming. I think we better get out of here. That was something that i had to put the The subtitles on. Because i couldn't i didn't understand how she described him at first but she said i brought my chat and i was like oh i think she i think she said boyfriend but like in dench you know. I brought my chap. And i'm like i wonder how many chaps all around in every jungle just like you know the south american chai this part of the world coke every hemisphere. I've got shops in different. That's very silly. The symphony we were talking. You were talking about the the sound of the forest like a good forest has the right sound you're describing and there's this awesome sequence where i'd like six pm. I think that was the name of the cicadas. If i remember six. Pm they really can you see..

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"dench" Discussed on Bad Science

Bad Science

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"dench" Discussed on Bad Science

"Is that true. And that's the opposite of the jungle in it. Can you explain why that is significant. Yeah actually can he be the scientists as well. This is great late night. Dr dumb the science and yeah. Yeah the good scientist all in one. Yeah you know you're so right. That is the opposite of of what you say rainforest that she's in Some of the most fight of this place is not means the places where the most species in particularly tree and plant species. Extraordinary oil palm really is one species plot one over another and then what what the problem is with that. Is that all of the other oldest insect that white sheet put up and there was like a thousand different species of insect that white sheet elect. They were gonna have nightmares about. I'm the one that the cicadas at the time they every tone. It was a lot of references in this this film but of course spiderman and that was my oldest spiderman try so many coup bugs but they've all got their own i guess they've all got their in nisha in nearby and the more trittin tree species the more niches the more other species. So take away down you take away all the trees down to one knee. Just don't have many places for things to live. you don't have many niches many kind of unique little things. Today's bugs occupied. That's the that's the big issue are. We're going to take a quick break. And we'll be right back. Brimmer that last vacation you took or that last bronze you had with your friends knowing that a once in a century.

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"dench" Discussed on Bad Science

Bad Science

06:16 min | 1 year ago

"dench" Discussed on Bad Science

"Constantly pounding trees in my garden recently. I don't three often ranga. Chang's in gorniak and then just kind of keeps talking about the adventure. She's about to go on. But i was like whoo rewind a second did yes. She just of said it. I had to have the captions on. Because i'm trying to write knows i'm trying to do my due diligence here and i was like wait. What how can that be a thing like. Is that legal for people to have a ring of tanks. Judy says this class organization. We just let people adopt trees haven't gone ragged d- would she possibly mean that maybe she's like supporting from a distance free. I don't doubt that they could be at place though he really. That's how i saw it. I saw her drinking champagne with wranglings. And i was like i guess. When you're a fancy person might continue to frolic. Child continued to from vancouver. That's that's her. Excitement came back to children. Right here. Adopted attention i kind of expected would return to them at some point in the narrative. But i do. They ever come make an appearance. I don't think we gotta keep watching. You gotta subscribe to discovery and watched the entire way through and maybe at the end you'll get a little things on the couch with her at home and you know passing popcorn so i don't know i don't know how it works over there I listen i don't know about you. Maybe baron you will relate with me on this. I was stunned. The pretty consistently with how kind of calm and appreciative. Judy was of everything without freaking out about the dangers of the rainforest. I was thinking about that constantly and they very rarely disgusted. So could you like walk me through what the dangers are eddie. Like how do you prepare to go into. Because they seem like they didn't even have like protective. You really just like all right champagnes down. let's go. Let's go for zero. Choose on why and then it's like there's more insects here than anywhere in the world. And they're like the size of a basketball in that is the worst leeches many leeches in that forest and i never cut to scene of a huge swollen legion. A leg but Yeah that that places. Ola late people were paid for them in different ways. I like to wear like to wear like small shoes and small sucks. I can see them on my legs and get them off as quickly as possible. That other people have put mr has matsuda on and one of the one of the people working with me once she put all this gear on n. Covered all of pants and issues in so much detail that really strong in sector killing stuff that it dissolved his shoes. Now i have monarchs dotted wandering. What's worse the repellent on the leech. Butts she really didn't want to get a leech park. What does that even. Luckily i've never gotten a lead by describe say the leaches really hurt that much but they They put a little antiseptic on site. Said fueled by too much. Then they put a lot of this anti coagulant stuff to stop your blood clotting so that they can keep on sucking and so that when you pull it off the blood just keeps coming and coming and coming and golfing back to the field station fully leeches off then just sort of walk little pools of blood around until you until they start calling up. I mean i hate how you're talking about it so so casual happens all the time i mean. How many times have you been. Liege's eddie game. I've lost count. I do not envy. You know that's You're welcome to bonier documentaries. People pulling each is often. So i had a question because it's kind of thinking about that whole sub catchment thing. I saying that correctly catchment where it's like this crazy. It sounds like an insane word but it but it's the simplest thing ever it's like oh this week there's an order to it so it takes a long time. I would assume to study how to find out like oh we you know. This is what we're missing here and know that there's been a lot of different kinds of research about the delicacy of all these different ecosystems. But i guess my question is when you're in the the Bengal watching acre nature. Doc like everything seems like it's in place like when i see an insect it doesn't gross me out. I'm like yes we that's where that's where that insect supposed to be like a katie. Did the size of my arm. That's where that is not here. I hear and when it was here it'd be like what what acronym in a sort of way. Does it feel like that when you're there. Do you feel like sense of order. That's a great observation. It does especially when you're in a good forest. It's amazing you don't even you don't have to be a an ecologist or a train into being one of these forests and think this is what a rainforest this is kind of the way it sounds and looks and feels and then you go to another piece of forest you know maybe the stuff she flew across at the beginning with all the oil palm everywhere and the little patches of forest and you can be. They're like yeah. Something's not right here. you know. It's it's a bit harder. It's a bit lighter. It's a bit windier The insects sound quite right. I think he pick up that sense of order. When you're in a good healthy earth that's fantastic follow-up question minds please take over. I'm out of order. It's funny because you know that part where she's flying over all of the The palm oil farms. And all that stuff. And i've seen that exact thing of course in the amazon. I've seen that thing in all of these different well important places around the world. And that's what we call a monoculture..

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"dench" Discussed on Bad Science

Bad Science

08:28 min | 1 year ago

"dench" Discussed on Bad Science

"Welcome to the good the bad and the science the show that breaks down the science of television and movies with a comedian and a scientist today. We're discussing judi dench wild borneo adventure. So i'll ask about orangutangs coupons and dung beetles. Hi everyone. I'm your host edinburgh. And i've got to wonderful guests joining me today. My first guest is an actor. Writer and comedian. You might know from shows like gracie and frankie mystery science theater three thousand or a personal favourite the negros with baron von an open. Mike eagle welcome to the show. Baron vaughn oh hello hello am either bad. You're the good. I am the good bad. Because i feel like our next guest is the is the scientist science. That's correct but bad in like a cool way like oh yeah jazz catholic. Baia like that kind of arun like leave that alone whole song. Okay actually. this is a great transition. Because i wanted to listen. We've discussed a lot of movies on this podcast and you are killed in one of the funniest movies of all black dynamite. One task introduction. You were killed in one of my. I had i had to bring it up. I had to say it. And i know we're not here to discuss that movie at all. But did you know while you were filming. How like incredible. That finished product is going to be. What was that experience like. Well ethan. i don't know why. I'm surprised that you're such a super nerd but you know the thing is like i'm i'm i'm quite honored that you noticed some things that they've done. Yeah when i read the script. I thought it was one of the funniest things that i've ever read. And the script in itself works on all those levels that you see in the movie like in the script. They're very specific when it's the actor who is playing black dynamite. Now it's time for love seeing the actor playing black. Dynamite clearly is uncomfortable doing the scene as if it's just in his contract and i'm like wow they're like really like not only the characters in the movie but the actors who were playing the characters are also part of the whole thing and i was like this is brilliant and it ended up being better than i thought it was gonna be. Yeah i was blown away by that movie. And if you haven't seen in your watching slash listening to this do yourself a favor and watch it after this. It's unbelievable barron. Yes speaking of judi. Dench is wild borneo adventure. You gotta really similar new. Show coming out right. It's about to premier. Called baron. Vaughn wild beverly hills adventure. Is that correct. No not at all I wish that was correct. But i'm going to be staying inside. That's that's what. I'm going to be doing right now. Yeah got it. Oh doing your podcast now. And then which. I heard a little bit of yes self is with itself. Yeah by propensity. Kate shows up again. 'cause it's just about well clearly we're in an unprecedented global situation and everyone has having to deal with it as they have to do with it. And obviously it's a bummer. But the point is we're still here and we still have to be here so i'm curious as to what it is that people are doing to get themselves through. This brings up for them. And and what's just been helping them you know who's been helping them the ideas what they're reading all that kind of stuff like that's what i'm interested in because i need to. I need help. I think like everybody else. Well it certainly helps me to listen to you. I'm sure many people feel the same and speaking of getting through this weird time. It's a great transition to our next guest who's on the other side of the world getting through the same thing so i'm very interested to see how he's dealing with it. He is the lead scientist for the nature. Conservancies asia pacific region. He is responsible for ensuring that the conservancy remains a world leader in making science based conservation decisions. Welcome to the show eddie. Game a thank you ethan. I'm having my own out island adventure here because locked down. Currently in brisbane in every one of my neighbors is decided. That's the perfect. Time to pull out pal twos and back. So you're going to hear the the symphony of Angle grinders in particular soils while we do this how great while also super parallels show that we saw I mean i have so many questions for you eddie. First of all we talked a little bit before. The podcast and barron agreed with me. Your names great. It sounds like a movie in and of itself. Eddie i'm baron vaughn. It's rare that. I meet someone with the name better than mine could have done over. That could not to eddie game. I'm sure it helps you raise money or something like if you just play the game dot org. I don't know how you do it. But i'm delighted to have you on the show and honestly i could probably do a whole pod just about your life i was. I was reading some about you. You've been in over twenty different countries. You've helped innovative methods to projects diverse as community protected areas in melanesia grazing management in northern kenya snow leopard conservation in mongolia forestry strean indonesia and catchment restoration in columbia so first off holy frigging mackerel. Secondly iva podcast. So i'm like super educated and should but for people listening what is catchment restoration. Well good question. And i just on my name. You wouldn't believe it goo. Google told me it wasn't a real name when i tried to set up a google account and that's a made up name. I had to provide six points of of evidence that it was actually my name. You are not back. No one can have that Cashman restoration well. I guess in in sympathize with we've screwed off so much vegetated with cleared so many trees from catchments and the and the catchment is the area that water drains into a river or a creek fromm and as a lows across the surface density. Trees basically runs really quickly picks up lots of sediment and other crap and it ends up in the river catchment. Restoration is just planting trees again to slow that water. Running into the into the creeks basically. Wow okay awesome. And i mean that seem super important especially considering considering this documentary where it seems like planning trees is the best thing that we can do for the planet right. Yes i mean. Trees trees did figure out this trick of taking carbon dioxide. Out of the actually. Correct me if i'm wrong but you been to borneo. Is that correct. I've had the great fortune of spending a lot of time in many of those bars. Judy organic pretty familiar. Some of these characters were familiar. I haven't been put up a tree like she was but And i and my trips don't usually start with champagne and helicopters kissed. And i mean i know that we can play clips on the show so i'm sure we can just cut to clip of judi. Dench drinking some champagne. But i kinda rather have barron recreated. Do you mind doing that eddy. I'm so happy that you've actually been. Because i i can't imagine staying as contained as dame judi dench stayed when she was looking at at the at the forest at the at the wildlife at the insects is just constantly this. Oh my wow. It's the most the smallest most nuanced amazement. I have ever seen in my life. I would probably be way too loud and you know make something horrible happened like what and then it's going to be like some sort of like all the katie did evert or coming or something but like how how is it. How was it you the first time you were there..

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Why ARiMA Is Not Sufficient

Data Skeptic

01:50 min | 1 year ago

Why ARiMA Is Not Sufficient

"Name is chung show carney associated professor and the southwest johnson university in trump province in china. And can you tell me a little bit about your specific research areas. What do you study my research areas. Congress daytime my machine learning and data analytics gender most specifically focused on forecasting demand focusing in retail and time series focused sich of sees. So the main pay for. I asked you on to discuss. Today is wire arena and serena or s arema not sufficient. You'd mentioned you have a good background in machine learning. I don't necessarily think of a reema as a machine learning technique. How do these two areas fit together in your mind. Actually because the site focused teams all problems and can be served by machinery and when the approached this focusing problem with fines and attorney time service models are very important solutions to forecast team problems. Other side focused is very important in today's areas because you're low many many data so always Focused in problem. We find penser is very important and we also find iron man. Sarah map and armagh. Those are very classic. Run divided news time service motives and when we do couldn't this i remind saruman model. We're fans than actually the classical extre nation or classical. Modern for iran. serena is northern sufficient sarichichekli. Either way actually approach. I remember sarim from elisa angle which is spectral lenzi's digital delivery and in your system theory so we use elisa angle to do countries a romance. I remember motive defines onto loads dench a sufficient from the rich porno view. So this is the whole ground

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"dench" Discussed on American Greed Podcast

American Greed Podcast

06:44 min | 1 year ago

"dench" Discussed on American Greed Podcast

"But done ch- do is done in dallas. For months doctors rambled kirby and robert henderson had been trying to get the texas medical board to stop punch in late. May two thousand thirteen. They learn he's landed yet another facility university general hospital which is now closed. I got an invitation to meet christopher. Dench gonna have a big sell. Batori dinner for him. The administration was paying on and so henderson. I both got the invitation. We went a for lack of better words. You know. I called the owner of the hospital. I said you're going to be in big trouble but kirby testifies that the hospital. Let's punch keep his surgery. Privileges the administrator. Kirby said he spoke to did not respond to american reads request for comment. Another official looked university. General told reporters that their decision to give dante. Privileges came after they received. No negative information from baylor plano or dallas medical center two weeks after his initial warning. Kirby's foam rings. The owner of the hospital said they had a patient of dr donncha dentist cervical fusion on that a hole in his asaf against and a retained sponge septic about the die according to findings by the state medical board in addition to puncturing his patients. Asakusa don't just left a surgical sponge inside his body. Then he sewn him up and failed to deal with the complications he's created. I mean it was. It was the worst. I mean i never seen anything like it is like a maniac went in there and purposely hurt the patient and left according to news reports by this time the texas medical board is already received multiple calls about dutch. There were lots of complaints early on from those patients even at baylor plano and he went to three other hospitals after that And they continued to get complaints. No kirby packages up files on five patients and sends them to the board along with an urgent warning. The texas medical board must stop the sociopath touch media leary will continue to maim and kill. Innocent patients have one last thing reminded texas medical board. Your mission is to protect the public. dr dench is clear and present danger to the citizens of texas. Kirby's litter is impossible to ignore and he says it finally forces the board to act. They asked dr martin czar to review four inches cases and days after kirby writes them they temporarily suspend dungeons license december. They revolted altogether after eighteen. Months don't just days as dallas surgeon have come to an end but as prosecutor michelle shugart points out. Don't use already harm thirty. Three patients for them. It's too little too late. Christopher dungeons case land on the desk of dallas county assistant district attorney michelle shugart when we first got this case we we tried to see if there are any other cases like it where doctors have been prosecuted for things that they did in a surgery and we just couldn't find anything like it at all to help her understand the complex medical issues at play. Shugart consult with doctors. Martin lazar robert henderson and randall. Kirby most of the time you don't have physicians are willing to testify against other physicians. But in this case they were demanding to they were insisting on somebody listening to them after shugart receives their help. Police arrest done at hotel in dallas in july. Two thousand fifteen i. That is christer frost tonight as you know nine now expensively please came in baby up regarding that the issues i mentioned to you in february two thousand seventeen dollars goes to trial on a single charge of injuring an elderly person. His patient mary effort overdone dentures. Objection jurors will hear from many other victims but the case centers around the charge involving leaper to care which brings with it. The possibility of life sentence i had a spiritual i never had before it was just almost. It was ten. Plastic ones shugart argues that because of earlier failures. Dutch should have known he was likely to hurt effort. His lawyers place blame elsewhere. They didn't even try to defend the things that he had done. This surgery so instead. They went with the idea that basically it was everybody else's fault it was either the people who trained him didn't train him right or the hospitals. That who is working at a should have thought him anybody's all except for christopher danjus shugart argues dunn's knew exactly what he was doing and chose not to stop. She shows the jury that chilling email he said on december nine th two thousand eleven right as first surgeries reason doubtless. Were starting to go wrong. But i am being as what i am. One of a kind a. mother stone cold killer beckham buy or own or steel or ruin or build. Whatever he wants on february fourteenth the jury reaches their verdict with jury. Daniel guilty patially are going out just one week later. Dunk received a life sentence a mood that some see as the only way to stop him practicing medicine ever again. Now the woman who wants dreamt done sh would be her prince charming. Here's from him only by phone. Yes a job inside the prison. I don't know what it is works out. Tv's studies the bible call tonight. His boys Sometimes they'll have bedtime stories.

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"dench" Discussed on Motor1.com Podcast

Motor1.com Podcast

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"dench" Discussed on Motor1.com Podcast

"A link here in the article if you go to the article at mortar one dot com the articles titled dodge ram goes full superhero toes. Loaded logging rigged as safety. This tick-tock user actually took several videos. And one of those videos actually showed the the chain that was connected to the truck and the semi. so yes it did. Actually pull that some. I out of the intersection now. This wasn't a big deal to me. Because i mean the people all of a sudden. Forget that four did a big pr stunt point a million pounds worth of train. Cars are a little while ago with their electric f. One fifty tundra pulled the space shuttle back to twenty fifteen toyota. Did a thing where they're a stock tundra tote the space shuttle and i think that was like two hundred and some thousand pound three hundred thousand dollars a a maximum toll rating is completely different from what you can actually pull a tow rating. Keep in mind. That's taking into account long distance towing where you have to also make sure your tow vehicle can adequately manage that load at speed where he can still have functioning breaks where you still have functioning suspension. It all goes at all goes together. If you're just on something very very slow speed for just a short distance you can go way beyond that. It's not recommended. It might hurt the vehicle but anyways we we had a commentator points to those ted talk videos but then we had an email that came in from the brother of the owner of this ram and he said hey. This is my brother i told you about. This would love to see him get a little bit of dench because he was just trying to help this guy out so yeah i got a hold of the brother and we wrote a follow up article. Let me let me stop. Follow up article bite. My share screen here wrote follow up article just today on it has. We're recording this wednesday. And yes the story goes. It's it's pretty much just like the video description. Say this truck. It has some clutch issues out in the forest when it was apparently when the semi. Let's just get the semi right getting out of the force by the time he got into this intersection. The the clutch was just about gone. The the semi driver then lost power. Steering coming up to the intersection stopped because no power steering when you point one hundred forty thousand pounds of logs is bad and he stopped because he don't wanna hear the traffic light. So incomes are incomes are hero with his dodge ram. That's a two thousand seven dodge. Ram thirty five hundred. It's got the cummins diesel engine. Six speed manual transmission and he came in there and offered to help the guy out so they hooked up. The first thing i had to do because guide stopped the truck because he doesn't have any power steering because the the clutch was he couldn't get it out of year so he'd started just on the semi a little bit just to try to move enough to where they could get it out of year. They gotta year they managed to get it fired back up the guy in the ram he said you know. I was kind of excited. Caught up in the moment is was trying to tell them in four high kinda cook by clutch and you can see it in the viral hog video. Yeah but you can see. There's a pretty good amount of white smoke coming out underneath and we were theorising back last week okay. Is that clutch smoke. Is that tire smoke. What is that there. Were commenters that were saying. No that's the the semi-truck pushing the ram and the smoke is the smoke coming off the tires because the rams breaks are locked up. And it's still it's like now. How stupid are you sorry. I i i had to say goodbye to your pushed a truck at like two miles an hour. And you're getting gobs of of tire smoke. No so yes. That smoke was actually the The clutch cooking up a little bit. You says okay. So then. I put it into four low. At that point. I kind of had my head on a little bit straighter so i was just easing into it. And as you watched the video. I mean you can. You can see If you watch very closely to me at least you can see. The ram bumped forward just before the truck starts to go and then you could also see a point where the ram shifts gears and the ram shimmy is a little bit. Then you see the semi shimmy. Little bit ultimately told them about a mile down the streets to a wider section where the cars could go around him. According to the rams is worth putting out so we are not showing this video because youtube is weird. And we've shown videos on our show before and we've gotten copyright strikes so we're kind of that's the reason we're not showing the video if you want to see the video motor one dot com. Go for it like it's there. Is there reason we are not showing it on this but the the semi is an intersection. And so it's kind of blocking traffic and so to kind of explain why it needs to be towed to this other area just to throw that in. Yep yep no no thanks for that. I was getting a little ahead of myself. There and i mean the the guy did it just because he says i drove up there. The guy needed help. I thought i could help them. And we need more of that in the world. People he said cars were were trying to go through and everybody was yelling and honking. And it's like. What do you want this guy in the semi to do. he's having. He's clearly having some issues with his truck. I don't know if they called a wrecker. Something like that would usually require a very large semi wrecker to come out there and this guy said you know about ten minutes. By the time we.

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"dench" Discussed on Dr. Death

Dr. Death

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"dench" Discussed on Dr. Death

"He's engaging he seems very intelligent but instead permanently injured them or worse. I couldn't figure out what would make somebody keep going after they had caused so much damage to the people. We were trying to find out. Why why would he do. Michelle would play a pivotal role in making sure that dr christopher dench could never harm another patient again. We spent the next year and a half after he'd been arrested continuing to find more witnesses in. Just more of these horrible injuries kept coming up everywhere. We looked now michelle's race against time to stop. Christopher dench has been brought to the screen in a new television series on peacock dumps has two deaths texas executed people. from all due. Respect dr kirby you don't understand the law you don't understand who were after the role of michelle shugart is played by actress. Ana sofia rob. You heard these people who saw what he did to them make sure never happens to anyone else for the first time. Ever michelle an honest. Sophia met in person the first time very exciting in this exclusive interview. They talk about what it's like to be michelle shugart onscreen and offer their incredible. And i just thought of you being a young assistant. Da with all of these men around you and you just staying your course and try to do your job perfectly laid me bear here for everyone..

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"dench" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

06:05 min | 1 year ago

"dench" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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Building a D&D Side Project With Angular

Front End Happy Hour

03:01 min | 2 years ago

Building a D&D Side Project With Angular

"I wanted to highlight evan. At united started talking about a project that you've been working on specifically using angular as a side project and maybe before we jump into discussing working with side projects. I'd be curious just a little bit of a highlight of what you're working on Yeah so i have my normal job but I've always kept my skills up to date by working on little side projects. I think one of the best ways to learn anything to have something you are trying to solve in the moments that scratching niche said speak. And i'd always wanted to play dench dragon. Since i was a kid. I finally got started with my family Once my oldest daughter was old to play with us it just kind of clicked into place and we'd play sorta once a week a session. I run the games. On the game master and the notes i was taking up the lower of the collaborative story that were telling us we play in. Roll the dice. No they were just getting so out of control because you have locations that you visit in the descriptions of those and then references to things that they did than people they met and when you're in the middle of one session trying to look up who they met six months ago and then you try to get back to your session. It was just out of control so starting really simple. The core of what. I was building was a cross linked to notes. So i kind of rome research. You can click on a link within europe session notes bounce over to that non-player character or location notes and then bounced back quickly because it was just a link but you never left the page. So it's a single page applications well then from there it just kind of grew and expanded and it took me a year of sort of weekends and nights but Back in october finally launched dungeon master dot up and it's been going really well have got like seven hundred plus sign ups handful maybe like fifty active users. But that's great for one man show. So i'm i'm really pleased with it if that's not helping me as a game master as well one of the things that comes to mind. Like when i think of side projects is why create side projects. But you for me personally. That's always been the thing is are you kind of hit. A couple of things for me is one just like to keep your skills like and try something different or maybe is trying to complete new library cheers. But yeah you're you're trying something new technology and you want to apply it or really just doing something fun like it is. It's really interesting. You don't have to necessarily be perfect. It's not production code. Well in this case. I think i would consider that. You're building it for other user so it is getting to that point but i also love just the fact of like solving a problem. You solve a problem that you were having and just major life easier. And then it's like i bet others could use this and then you just throw it out there and people enjoy it. I think that to me is is really satisfying. There's been tools that i've created on the side even sometimes very buggy but they might just help me or they help others. And i. I really enjoy that. So that's always been a motivation for me. Whenever i do side projects

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Building a D&D Side Project With Angular

Front End Happy Hour

03:01 min | 2 years ago

Building a D&D Side Project With Angular

"I wanted to highlight evan. At united started talking about a project that you've been working on specifically using angular as a side project and maybe before we jump into discussing working with side projects. I'd be curious just a little bit of a highlight of what you're working on Yeah so i have my normal job but I've always kept my skills up to date by working on little side projects. I think one of the best ways to learn anything to have something you are trying to solve in the moments that scratching niche said speak. And i'd always wanted to play dench dragon. Since i was a kid. I finally got started with my family Once my oldest daughter was old to play with us it just kind of clicked into place and we'd play sorta once a week a session. I run the games. On the game master and the notes i was taking up the lower of the collaborative story that were telling us we play in. Roll the dice. No they were just getting so out of control because you have locations that you visit in the descriptions of those and then references to things that they did than people they met and when you're in the middle of one session trying to look up who they met six months ago and then you try to get back to your session. It was just out of control so starting really simple. The core of what. I was building was a cross linked to notes. So i kind of rome research. You can click on a link within europe session notes bounce over to that non-player character or location notes and then bounced back quickly because it was just a link but you never left the page. So it's a single page applications well then from there it just kind of grew and expanded and it took me a year of sort of weekends and nights but Back in october finally launched dungeon master dot up and it's been going really well have got like seven hundred plus sign ups handful maybe like fifty active users. But that's great for one man show. So i'm i'm really pleased with it if that's not helping me as a game master as well one of the things that comes to mind. Like when i think of side projects is why create side projects. But you for me personally. That's always been the thing is are you kind of hit. A couple of things for me is one just like to keep your skills like and try something different or maybe is trying to complete new library cheers. But yeah you're you're trying something new technology and you want to apply it or really just doing something fun like it is. It's really interesting. You don't have to necessarily be perfect. It's not production code. Well in this case. I think i would consider that. You're building it for other user so it is getting to that point but i also love just the fact of like solving a problem. You solve a problem that you were having and just major life easier. And then it's like i bet others could use this and then you just throw it out there and people enjoy it. I think that to me is is really satisfying. There's been tools that i've created on the side even sometimes very buggy but they might just help me or they help others. And i. I really enjoy that. So that's always been a motivation for me. Whenever i do side projects

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Dr. Fata: How To Spot a Dr. Death

Dr. Death

05:39 min | 2 years ago

Dr. Fata: How To Spot a Dr. Death

"One thing. That's clear from both seasons of doctor. Deb is that doctors wield enormous power in our medical system and with a lot of autonomy. When they're in the room with patients their judgment is rarely questioned. Dr dench in season. One and dr fata in season two both took advantage of that dynamic in their own twisted ways. We know it can be heroin to listen to these series win at some point where i likely to be patience so today to understand and hopefully restore some faith in the medical system. I'm talking with dr danielle ofri. She's a physician at bellevue hospital in new york city. Numerous books on the doctor patient relationship most recently when we do harm a doctor confronts medical error doctor over. Thank you so much for talking with me. Today thank you. It's a pleasure to be here. So i'm going to start with question that i get a lot. Should we be afraid of our doctors. No i wouldn't be afraid of doctors. I think that most doctors and most nurses are there to help you and to take care of you. And that's why they went into the profession so afraid who's would be the wrong word. I would still be careful and question and have a high index of suspicion for anything. That's recommended but but fear i think is not going to be very helpful so in your book when we do harm you talk about how doctors have these near misses. Can you tell me about that like that sinking feeling when you realize that you did something wrong. That remorse is something that a good doctor is supposed to feel at or just average doctor even have to be good. You just have to be a human being for goodness sakes but when i was a second year resident. I was on call with my intern. You busy busy night. And i got a late. Admission of altered mental status in an elderly patient basically so in a nursing home. We'll looks a bit more defended today. Let's admit the patient and i got the report. The patients totally stable labs fine radiology fi just eats to get back to the nursing home bed so i quickly turf the patient to another service. We had this kind of holding service for patients who are just waiting for no home services or nursing home bed or physical therapy so quickly. A- pressured the doctor to take this patient to her service patients totally stable labs fine radiology find yada yada. Yada take the patient and she did by internet. I we high five we race back to the for next. You know febrile patient. And i learned the next day that the patient actually was bleeding into their brain and that's why they're mental status was altered but i missed it and i missed it because i look at the cat scan myself as i knew i should have. Somebody said radiology find. And i just took it on on faith and i was devastated. Absolutely floored now. The patient in fact didn't suffer any harm because someone else so. The cat scan called neurosurgery. The patient was whisked at right to the. Or had the bleed train in fact. The patient's care wasn't impacted at all by my error. So we classify that as a near miss but i still made the error. Had i discharge the patient home. They they could have been dead. So how did that near miss make you feel. I was so devastated. That i didn't tell anyone. I didn't tell my intern. It didn't tell my supervising attending an shores held. Did not tell the patient or their family could not imagine a more horrible fate to drag my sorry soul to the patient's bedside and say almost killed you and i didn't talk about it for twenty years. That's how awful it was. I couldn't write about it. Grapple with it. And i'm sure that i committed many errors in the weeks that followed because my brain was in a fog. I soul was in a fog. So i'm sure i missed mini things and committed more errors. I was ready to quit two years out of medical school. And i look back now is more season physician. And i. i can empathize with my younger self. I didn't really understand medical error. I just knew that. I was a failure that i had just made a medical error but i was a medical error and i was a danger to patients and i recognize that i was overworked. I was assistant. Didn't have room for correction of errors but also didn't allow me to talk about the error. And i missed a an educational opportunity for learning about that. I miss the chance to help the patient grapple with that all of these things because the emotions were so devastating. And what would have happened if you would have admitted that. To the patient in your supervisors. I don't know it would have been very embarrassing to tell my supervisor. I really botched this. I didn't look at the scancen. Said it was fine. And i believed it didn't check so i would lose facing my supervisors is my terrible recommendation And then telling. The patient would be even more horrible. I would tell them what a failure i am. I you trust me with your health. And look i failed you so no one ever says boy. You really courageous for the error. Congratulations for taking the risk and stepping up to the plate. All you get is humiliation. Shame you get people thinking. Oh what a ridiculous awful doctor. They should really quick go to the pharmaceutical industry or something. There's no incentive to being honest. Now

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How To Spot a Dr. Death

Dr. Death

04:45 min | 2 years ago

How To Spot a Dr. Death

"One thing. That's clear from both seasons of doctor. Deb is that doctors wield enormous power in our medical system and with a lot of autonomy. When they're in the room with patients their judgment is rarely questioned. Dr dench in season. One and dr fata in season two both took advantage of that dynamic in their own twisted ways. We know it can be heroin to listen to these series win at some point where i likely to be patience so today to understand and hopefully restore some faith in the medical system. I'm talking with dr danielle ofri. She's a physician at bellevue hospital in new york city. Numerous books on the doctor patient relationship most recently when we do harm a doctor confronts medical error doctor over. Thank you so much for talking with me. Today thank you. It's a pleasure to be here. So i'm going to start with question that i get a lot. Should we be afraid of our doctors. No i wouldn't be afraid of doctors. I think that most doctors and most nurses are there to help you and to take care of you. And that's why they went into the profession so afraid who's would be the wrong word. I would still be careful and question and have a high index of suspicion for anything. That's recommended but but fear i think is not going to be very helpful so in your book when we do harm you talk about how doctors have these near misses. Can you tell me about that like that sinking feeling when you realize that you did something wrong. That remorse is something that a good doctor is supposed to feel at or just average doctor even have to be good. You just have to be a human being for goodness sakes but when i was a second year resident. I was on call with my intern. You busy busy night. And i got a late. Admission of altered mental status in an elderly patient basically so in a nursing home. We'll looks a bit more defended today. Let's admit the patient and i got the report. The patients totally stable labs fine radiology fi just eats to get back to the nursing home bed so i quickly turf the patient to another service. We had this kind of holding service for patients who are just waiting for no home services or nursing home bed or physical therapy so quickly. A- pressured the doctor to take this patient to her service patients totally stable labs fine radiology find yada yada. Yada take the patient and she did by internet. I we high five we race back to the for next. You know febrile patient. And i learned the next day that the patient actually was bleeding into their brain and that's why they're mental status was altered but i missed it and i missed it because i look at the cat scan myself as i knew i should have. Somebody said radiology find. And i just took it on on faith and i was devastated. Absolutely floored now. The patient in fact didn't suffer any harm because someone else so. The cat scan called neurosurgery. The patient was whisked at right to the. Or had the bleed train in fact. The patient's care wasn't impacted at all by my error. So we classify that as a near miss but i still made the error. Had i discharge the patient home. They they could have been dead. So how did that near miss make you feel. I was so devastated. That i didn't tell anyone. I didn't tell my intern. It didn't tell my supervising attending an shores held. Did not tell the patient or their family could not imagine a more horrible fate to drag my sorry soul to the patient's bedside and say almost killed you and i didn't talk about it for twenty years. That's how awful it was. I couldn't write about it. Grapple with it. And i'm sure that i committed many errors in the weeks that followed because my brain was in a fog. I soul was in a fog. So i'm sure i missed mini things and committed more errors. I was ready to quit two years out of medical school. And i look back now is more season physician. And i. i can empathize with my younger self. I didn't really understand medical error. I just knew that. I was a failure that i had just made a medical error but i was a medical error and i was a danger to patients and i recognize that i was overworked. I was assistant. Didn't have room for correction of errors but also didn't allow me to talk about the error. And i missed a an educational opportunity for learning about that. I miss the chance to help the patient grapple with that all of these things because the emotions were so devastating. And

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Cats Hits the Big Screen

Leo Laporte

00:24 sec | 3 years ago

Cats Hits the Big Screen

"Following decades of false starts the hit musical cats finally reaches the big screen originally based on a poetry collection by TS Eliot a group of felines must make a one to your decision as to which one of them gets a chance to be reincarnated into a new life is one of the same group James cordon Dame Judi Dench chastened Rouleau interests alpha Jennifer Hudson Taylor swift Indian Magellan

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New Cats Trailer Out Today

Colleen and Bradley

00:45 sec | 3 years ago

New Cats Trailer Out Today

"What have you learned we've got a hot new trailer for the film cats out today it's the first long official trailer we have we have a teaser trailer earlier this year that featured a CG I cat fur and cats with boobs and you know lest you think that disappeared nope is it bowling cat suits there are animated yeah so confuse something feel it's a movie this year by the way an adaptation of the wildly popular musical cats and to the film version features James Gordon Taylor swift Jennifer Hudson injures L. but you're McAllen Judi Dench rebel Wilson and increasing the real low among others you can see counts when it hits the big screen on December

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Kenneth Branagh talks 'All Is True'

Popcorn with Peter Travers

08:14 min | 3 years ago

Kenneth Branagh talks 'All Is True'

"Everybody. I'm Peter Travers this popcorn where we tell. You. What's happening at the movies? And we have a movie now called all is true. It is the story of William Shakespeare in his later years. It stars my friend here Kenneth Branagh who also directed it. And did God knows what else, you know? Can I think it's kind of amazing? We were talking a little bit before about when I first encountered you which was you playing a Henry the fifth onscreen, which he directed as well as started Oscar nominations for both things. This was a Henry who was just filled with youth and vigor and was going to take on the world and everything and it was. This fresh vigorous approach to what Shakespeare is. And now, you're playing Shakespeare himself in his later years has that make you feel on usual. Unusual very privileged. Because the in a way, you know, Henry the fifth was a it was an amazing opportunity to have as a young actor, and a sort of virgin filmmaker and really was any possible because there were lots of other equally sorts of adventurous maverick figures in terms of the produces and an all sorts of other people who were taking a chance on me. I remember talking to the late. Great psalm. Go when junior when we were releasing that film in America saying cannot, please please, please. I I know I'm I'm I'm twenty I'm nobody another, but complete can I make two requests on the post police. Could you include two names, one is Judi Dench who I promise you people will know about sued they will know about and the other one pleases William Shakespeare, without whom none of us would be here. Why credit the writer well, just different additional dialogue anyway. But it was he was just too concerned about what was going. To get people into the side. No problem listening to a smart, man. He news who knew his market. But I suppose the send if things I keep sort of saying the same thank yous to people like Judy Dench shoop stuck with me through a journey through shakes. Things have you done with her? I mean we worked about together by seven times. And she's directed me. A couple of times and I've directed her. I've always learned from her and a couple of years ago, we did Shakespeare's play the winter's tale, which was really a prelude to making this film. All is true because she played Pauline a- a woman who speaks truth to power, and she puts my character in that play on a man who makes stupid mistake and loses a child as a result. She puts into the test puts into the sold, and that sort of ten ship became a starting point for Ben Elton thinking about how might Anne Hathaway and William Shakespeare's relation be after twenty years of him being away as the most famous of the agent and coming back to face the family. That's the the whole crux of the story. He's got this wife who he basically has neglected. Fully and two daughters and a dead son memories dealing with. But I always here we know nothing about what really happened in terms of what was going on and Shakespeare's life. So how does this come about that you get to play him at in sixteen thirteen when he's basically retired after the old gulp Peter burns down. He's going on. Well, belts looked at the existing facts factual as we knew them that appear in the Public Record Office. And so you'll find that on on a day in June of sixteen fourteen Joan lane stood up in the church. Holy trinity church in Stratford, and he called Shakespeare's daughter a whore. And he said she had gonna RIA and that she was sleeping with the a man who was not her husband. This is in public record quite clear. Everybody knew about it created a sensation because Shakespeare was returning celebrity and in the case of of someone so creatively prolific to come back to a tiny town. And a long way from London, and and after thirty seven plays in a great success workout, what to do even let alone what to say to a wife and daughters, who as you say been neglected, and who have if you think of in terms of the plays that he wrote we're to have plenty to say about what he might or might not have done or said in his terms. He's gonna he's gonna come to terms with how that sits, you know, the the this idea of what it's like for genius to deal with old and rely was also in the in the core of what we were trying to look at Ben Elton who did this works on in a very humorous way. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yeah. But that's it. He's coming up and people are saying who the hell are you, you know. And I think what again one of the fascinating about Shakespeare's. How elusive he is. You know, there are probably about twenty five about him in the public record of his places. He was things that happened during the course of his life, but many people find it hard to join the. The idea of the fellow we present who may not have gone to drama school comes from a relatively lower class and REO in small country town and goes off into the world and can write plays about Rome and Egypt. And and it's Lee, and and and politics and religion and do so without having had the classical education without being as whether classical idea of genius, lured by remand bad and dangerous to know living glamorous life of public scandal. That sound great. I'd buy some of that. But Shakespeare seems to go pups, you know, exemplify what flow BAC, hold when he described the autistic life and said, you need to be boys watering, your private life and revolutionary in your creative life, and you might argue that about Shakespeare, but but that that that's sort of contradiction tension between the ordinary man and the man capable of extrordinary creative output to me you so touching so point. So Shakespeare because he he often in his own. Own place. He pulls the rug from under the feet of grandiloquent people saying, you know, what? In the end, you're all going to need company. You're going to need help at the end of your life. You're all going to require a you're all you need a support that comes from very simple contact with human beings. It isn't all about being some grand Queen or king. Even if he writes, very well about them his genius. I think he's writing about the nitty gritty in love, isn't it? Yeah. It's kind of amazing that in terms of film television. Whatever we don't really get that much of him. We really don't. So you I'm watching this. And I'm thinking, okay. Here's the he's coming home that heroes coming on, and nobody really wants them. Yes. Everybody's white says really, you know. And also that they were illiterate, basically, women just weren't taught obsoleted. So so a lot Benneton I think to give a modern voice in the film to women who. Had not been listened to. And it didn't matter to them that father, even then was lauded as the as the poet of the age, his, you know, clear and present responsibility as a parent, and as a husband with something that they they challenge, and and they challenge indeed as most families experience, even with the most high-achieving mother or father out there in the world being spectacular comeback to your own, you know, kitchen table, and you're just a member of that family and people are are unimpressed in the tension. That accrues is important one of the things I admire about Shakespeare is that he does come back to stop. But he does he does. He does fess up. You know, he he they stay married, and we investigate and explore the idea of what what it meant when this is true in in Shakespeare's will he left his wife? His second best bed and many people. Regard this great slight or a snob or in front. We take a different view that might have that might actually be a layer of meaning in that that suggest Papp's. It's a it's more than a friendly. Gesture might even be a loving gesture. The title was originally

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Can A Dentist Improve Your Customers' Experience?

Nobody Told Me That! with Teresa Duncan

01:38 min | 4 years ago

Can A Dentist Improve Your Customers' Experience?

"Just my practice. But the majority of dental offices in the United States are losing meaning patients are becoming inactive so eighteen months or longer, and maybe your numbers are a little different. But still they're not committing to your practice at a higher number than the amount of new patients bringing in. So for me, you know, a lot of dentists in you're talking about marketing in ago there about the new patients new patients in our. Here. The teams when I talked to them wants morning patients. How can we get more patients, which is great new patients are super important? But if you're losing patients out the back door at a higher rate went you're gaining on the front door, your office is actually shrinking, and we haven't really spent a lot of time looking at that. I think it's a hard number to pull out of a practice management software. And there's not a really good way to compare apples to apples with our practice management softwares, but with something like Dench risks. You can actually see month to month. How much are you gaining overall patients versus losing patients, and then beyond that what you do with that. You know, I was soon as I realized that we were losing more patients than gaining. We did a whole reactivation program we focus more on getting those patients back in. I had everybody on the phones we were doing everything we could because we didn't realize patient didn't appoint or maybe they cancelled than they sort of ended up on our overdue Reeker list. And then they sort of ended up next thing. You know, it's been two years in they haven't been in practice. So. It's a big passionate vine right now because I think the main two issues with wire losing patients. We don't have good systems in our offices or we're not giving him amazing customer service in nowadays. People are expecting.

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James Corden Still Thinks He'll Get Fired from 'The Late Late Show'

Ellen on the Go

03:05 min | 4 years ago

James Corden Still Thinks He'll Get Fired from 'The Late Late Show'

"I think that you're unbelievably talented. I mean, you've been on four years before that like, I don't think I wasn't aware of you because you were living in London doing plays a lot of theater, and I saw you sing and dance. And do it was like, oh my God. This guy is amazing. So I thought you do very very well right away. Did you think the show would be? You know like received that Oko. No, no, no. No, I wouldn't we came here. My wife, and I our some was three outdoors was twelve weeks when we moved here. And I wouldn't I said to my wife like, we're not buying anything. Like, we rented furniture. We rented account everything in our houses. I was like I'm gonna get fired. And the only thing worse than getting five. We'll be getting fun and then left with a couch. That we've got to get rid of somehow. Right because we'll be on the first flight back to London bright just going. Well, that was a disaster. And I'm I'm not genuinely meant like when did you start buying things at what point did you realize? Oh, the shows doing very well. No, we we know what we bought a house about a year ago. And then and then it was like, okay. If we voted house, you probably account. And so you've been on for years, and then how long how many more years do you have on your contract? About a year and a half. And will you do you think you'll renew or do you do you wanna do other things? Choice. I'm not sure it's it's still market fired. I think that every day. I mean, I came in slow and thought if I come in slow they might go on that's the wrong guy. If I. Speed to the C down to say, no, I'm not sure I've no idea. How long will do it for? We'll see. We'll see how it goes. And you're going back to London to to be in cats the movie right doing the film of the musical. That's amazing. And it's it's a lot of people who's in cats Judi, Dench McCarron. Idris elba. Rebel Wilson Taylor. Swift Jennifer Hudson and. So you may be fired. Go tomorrow. I might be back here by Saturday. Eight flights Emaar nights filming. Yeah. And have you seen cats like a lot like is it pretty much sticking to the play or? Yes. Kind of it's still people being cats and how have you prepared for that? I'm very much, you You know. know, I'm I'm Don Davis. I immerse the character. You know what I mean? So what have you done? I've just been living as a cat. I don't use the bathroom. I have a little tray. And then just. You know, the whole time about that's been me. To see the

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Astronomers can't figure out what caused this cryptic 'Cow' blast

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

05:06 min | 4 years ago

Astronomers can't figure out what caused this cryptic 'Cow' blast

"The American astronomical society's meeting in Seattle Washington. Spain told scientists is still hotly debating data house of eighty twenty eighteen cow a strange and powerful explosive phenomenon bright enough to be seen throughout the visible universe. Located some two hundred million light years away in the direction of the constellation Hercules, eighty two thousand eighteen cow was immediately nicknamed the cow based on the final three litters of its catalog. Name the strange cosmic explosion discovered by the atlas oh sky survey system in Hawaii on June. The sixteenth last year is unlike anything ever seen before immediately after receiving the alert and international research team led by refuge McGrady from Northwestern University lift into action and began observing the unusual source across the electromagnetic spectrum at x Ray optical infrared and radio wavelength measuring it's changing characteristics telescopes around the world contributed to the using spectroscopy to try and to code. The nature of the source among the telescopes contributing to the study was the southern Astor physical research telescope in Chile is instruments obtain the initial specter of the cow. The spectra showed matter was expanding from the object at up to ten percent. The speed of light yet despite more than half a year of study using both ground and space based observatories. Scientists are still unsure about exactly what it is seeing the two leading hypotheses are either very unusual supernova that is exploiting star or the shredding of star. That's passed too close to a black hole. A so called title surreptious event. The problem is this object's characteristics doesn't really match any previously seen examples of either event if it's a supernova, then it's unlike any supernova of seen before supernova explosions are so bright they can briefly out shine the galaxies there in yet this event. Was unusually bright even for a supernova? And it was intrinsically brighter. And it's Paik on top of that it brightened and then faded much faster than what would be expected from a supernova. Also the object spectrum didn't look like a supernova event, and it was far brighter. Milimeter why of links than any other supernova ever observed Winstar far more massive than the sun exploded in supernova at the end of their lives. Usually, no central engine is produced. However, if the progenitor star is massive enough, it could produce a hype another rather than the supernova, which could produce gamma Ray burst generating super fast jets of material emitting gamma rays. The thing is gamma Ray bursts, usually any less refu- milliseconds, maybe you seconds at most for a long, duration, gamma, Ray burst. But the event powering eighteen twenty eighteen cow lasted for several weeks. Most astronomers agree that AT twenty eighteen counts behavior requires some sort of central source of ongoing energy qu. Quite unlike those of Scipion ever explosion. So what about the other option title disruption event will the thing is the cow also different from previously Saint titles rupture events in the case of title this rupture event, the central engine would come to life as the black hole created material from the stabbing shredded by its gravitational pull this event is offset from its host galaxy Meinie it's not a stabbing shredded by the supermassive black hole at the center of the galaxy. Of course, it could be a title this Russian event caused by an intermediate mass black hole somewhere else in the host galaxy. But the thing is these intermediate size black holes usually form instill classes, while eighty twenty eight thousand cow a piece to be inside a high density interstellar medium, which makes it difficult to reconcile with the gas, density, install classes, still if it is a black hole that story material from its surroundings than the inflow. Material is forming a rotating disk around the Blackhall, e Craciun disk and. That disgrace prolific amounts of energy. This is the type of central engine which palace quasars and radio galaxies across the universe. Reporting. The extra physical journal by good. He believes this event may be signifying. The exact moment of the birth of either a nascent still a mess black hole or a rapidly rotating neutron star with an extremely powerful magnetic field. In other words, magnetized the sternum is not from theory that both still a mass black holes and neutron stars form when massive stars die in unusually powerful supernova or hyper over explosions, but they've never seen one of these events right at the moment of birth. So this event may represent a new class of objects within the category known as fast luminous transients. If that's the case there will be the first time astronomers of actually witness the birth of magnetized, the central energy source that central engine. We talked about could be a powerful shockwave hitting Dench shell of material near the objects core. However. Because of eighty twenty thousand cow strange behavior, the ultimate verdict is still unclear. This is

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Strange New Phenomenon Cowers Astronomers

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

05:06 min | 4 years ago

Strange New Phenomenon Cowers Astronomers

"The American astronomical society's meeting in Seattle Washington. Spain told scientists is still hotly debating data house of eighty twenty eighteen cow a strange and powerful explosive phenomenon bright enough to be seen throughout the visible universe. Located some two hundred million light years away in the direction of the constellation Hercules, eighty two thousand eighteen cow was immediately nicknamed the cow based on the final three litters of its catalog. Name the strange cosmic explosion discovered by the atlas oh sky survey system in Hawaii on June. The sixteenth last year is unlike anything ever seen before immediately after receiving the alert and international research team led by refuge McGrady from Northwestern University lift into action and began observing the unusual source across the electromagnetic spectrum at x Ray optical infrared and radio wavelength measuring it's changing characteristics telescopes around the world contributed to the using spectroscopy to try and to code. The nature of the source among the telescopes contributing to the study was the southern Astor physical research telescope in Chile is instruments obtain the initial specter of the cow. The spectra showed matter was expanding from the object at up to ten percent. The speed of light yet despite more than half a year of study using both ground and space based observatories. Scientists are still unsure about exactly what it is seeing the two leading hypotheses are either very unusual supernova that is exploiting star or the shredding of star. That's passed too close to a black hole. A so called title surreptious event. The problem is this object's characteristics doesn't really match any previously seen examples of either event if it's a supernova, then it's unlike any supernova of seen before supernova explosions are so bright they can briefly out shine the galaxies there in yet this event. Was unusually bright even for a supernova? And it was intrinsically brighter. And it's Paik on top of that it brightened and then faded much faster than what would be expected from a supernova. Also the object spectrum didn't look like a supernova event, and it was far brighter. Milimeter why of links than any other supernova ever observed Winstar far more massive than the sun exploded in supernova at the end of their lives. Usually, no central engine is produced. However, if the progenitor star is massive enough, it could produce a hype another rather than the supernova, which could produce gamma Ray burst generating super fast jets of material emitting gamma rays. The thing is gamma Ray bursts, usually any less refu- milliseconds, maybe you seconds at most for a long, duration, gamma, Ray burst. But the event powering eighteen twenty eighteen cow lasted for several weeks. Most astronomers agree that AT twenty eighteen counts behavior requires some sort of central source of ongoing energy qu. Quite unlike those of Scipion ever explosion. So what about the other option title disruption event will the thing is the cow also different from previously Saint titles rupture events in the case of title this rupture event, the central engine would come to life as the black hole created material from the stabbing shredded by its gravitational pull this event is offset from its host galaxy Meinie it's not a stabbing shredded by the supermassive black hole at the center of the galaxy. Of course, it could be a title this Russian event caused by an intermediate mass black hole somewhere else in the host galaxy. But the thing is these intermediate size black holes usually form instill classes, while eighty twenty eight thousand cow a piece to be inside a high density interstellar medium, which makes it difficult to reconcile with the gas, density, install classes, still if it is a black hole that story material from its surroundings than the inflow. Material is forming a rotating disk around the Blackhall, e Craciun disk and. That disgrace prolific amounts of energy. This is the type of central engine which palace quasars and radio galaxies across the universe. Reporting. The extra physical journal by good. He believes this event may be signifying. The exact moment of the birth of either a nascent still a mess black hole or a rapidly rotating neutron star with an extremely powerful magnetic field. In other words, magnetized the sternum is not from theory that both still a mass black holes and neutron stars form when massive stars die in unusually powerful supernova or hyper over explosions, but they've never seen one of these events right at the moment of birth. So this event may represent a new class of objects within the category known as fast luminous transients. If that's the case there will be the first time astronomers of actually witness the birth of magnetized, the central energy source that central engine. We talked about could be a powerful shockwave hitting Dench shell of material near the objects core. However. Because of eighty twenty thousand cow strange behavior, the ultimate verdict is still unclear. This is

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DOJ lawyer Bruce Ohr was told Russia had Trump "over a barrel" in 2016

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

02:04 min | 4 years ago

DOJ lawyer Bruce Ohr was told Russia had Trump "over a barrel" in 2016

"The FBI and the Justice department are looking into connections between President Trump the Trump campaign and Russia, Bruce or a former senior Justice department lawyer revealed new information about the Trump Russia relationship in a closed-door interview with the House Judiciary and oversight committee's this week according to the Associated Press Christopher Steele. The author of the infamous Trump dossier. This man told Bruce or that a former Russian official believed Russian intelligence quote, had Trump over a barrel, had Trump over a barrel this meeting between Bruce or and Christopher Steele took place on July. Thirtieth two thousand and sixteen just one week after the first batch of hacked. DNC emails were released by WikiLeaks and exactly three days after then candidate Trump asked Russia for some help. Russia. If you're listening, I hope you're able to find the thirty thousand emails that are missing. I think you will probably be rewarded mightily by our press. Okay. There's no disputing the fact that Russians were caught working to hurt Hillary Clinton's campaign and help Donald Trump's campaign in the two thousand sixteen president Dench election. That's not really up for dispute and Donald Trump still never criticize his Russian President Vladimir Putin, which is surely left special prosecutor, Robert Muller wondering whether Vladimir Putin has something on Donald Trump. It look that way and Helsinki didn't it. It's a question. The entire world has been wondering about, especially after Helsinki now, all of this, not Helsinki everything that came before it years before it decades before it is explored in Jack Brian's new documentary called active measures, which takes viewers through a multi decade plot to get Donald Trump under the Kremlin's control as a conduit for money and influence at the highest levels of American authority. Active measures outlines Russian efforts to manipulate world events, particularly the two thousand sixteen American. Residential election.

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After player's death, University of Maryland places head football coach on leave

Nick Digilio

00:46 sec | 4 years ago

After player's death, University of Maryland places head football coach on leave

"Home You know you see the fire and you're like oh my gosh it's getting closer and closer so it's just it's been very were lifted with the city of lake Elsinore but thousands, of homes remained threatened in riverside and Orange, County's members of the university of Maryland football program or. On leave as an investigation into. The death, of a player who collapsed during the workout Heather Dench covers college football, for ESPN Statement to ESPN saying quote illegible behaviors raised than ESPN story traveling and not consistent with our approach, the, coaching and, development of our student athletes and since this report has been published we have learned that three staff members. Have been placed on paid leave and then also

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Twitter suspended 58 million accounts in final months of 2017

The Opening Bell with Steve Grzanich

04:55 min | 4 years ago

Twitter suspended 58 million accounts in final months of 2017

"Will bring in our first Guest on. That momentarily but first on the WGN associated make market test. Futures are pointing toward a. Flat open again on Wall Street this morning with NASDAQ futures in the negative as we. Head toward the opening bell at eight thirty Chicago time Dow futures are up just twenty two points s. And p futures are up just two. Points just. A fraction and around the globe markets are generally. Higher in Europe with the footsie up almost a half a percent the Dax is up almost three quarters and the CAC is up more. Than a half a percent in France and Europe markets are. Generally mixed with. The Nikkei going to end the day, up about a half a percent the Hang Seng. Is lower the Shanghai is, lower each by about, a quarter, percent to a third respectively an oil is trading at sixty seven fifty, eight, a barrel which is. Down about fifty cents a couple stories that we're watching for you this. Morning new information on the number of accounts that have been suspended at. Twitter over the last quarter the fourth quarter of year we've, been reporting this week that Twitter has been removing bought Accounts and other fake accounts Twitter says it's now suspended at, least fifty eight million user accounts that happened in the final three months of two thousand seventeen. With a new accounts being suspended in the last couple of weeks as a matter of fact last week Twitter confirmed Washington. Post report that it had suspended seventy, million accounts in may and June the cavalcade of, suspensions has raised questions as to. Whether the crackdown could affect Twitter's user growth and whether the company should have warned investors, earlier the. Company has been struggling with. User growth compared to rivals like Instagram and Facebook Jay BS USA the US. Branch of the world's largest meat producer says it has suspended shipments from a pig farm where workers were shown hitting kicking and throwing pigs on undercover, video Colorado-based company says it made the decision based on an initial review of the mercy for, animals video at Tosh farms. Site in Simpson county Kentucky and will further investigate the allegations Video also, shows sows being held an individual metal pins a controversial but common practice Tennessee based Tosh farms has several action shown in the video violates policy and it will retrain its staff immediately. It's as a veterinarian found, no problems, at the, site one veterinarian visited there earlier in, this week employees of Cook County assessor. Joe Berrios used online real estate websites is a shortcut while trying to determine home values for taxing purposes this report from the Chicago Tribune is, a part of their ongoing investigation of the assessors office and how things are happening. There in terms of assessing the valuation of your property and coming up with taxes how dark is his city reporter Chicago Tribune one of the staff members they're one of the reporters. That has been covering all of this and he's with us this morning how let's start from the beginning what has your investigation there to, Tribune found yeah we did a links Series the tax divide series ran last year and this is sort of follow up to that what the series discovered was that the way they assess properties and that's how they determine how much. You paying property taxes in Cook, County favored, the wealthy at the expense, of the poor and other words outside chair of the property tax burden was pushed down to less. Affluent homeowners who of course can. You know typically have last year ability to? Pay, the taxes in it Dench more into. Their income share system but as part of that process we, sought certain documents related to a residential valuations and, also to commercial valuations. One had to do with handshakes when they change the assessment, Asher comes, out of the formula. And the other had to do with, China results for the commercial properties and what they. Might have changed in that process and they they denied that, request saying that it was a deliberative process it would it didn't it needed, to be protected but the court disagreed court said it was the final we we're entitled to them and appellate court recently again a lower. Court ruling and so what happened was they had had all the documents sealed daring the court case That. The Tribune filed and the court opened up those documents so, we get, a little bit Of a peak at What the process was because there were two depositions from the folks that headed up the,.

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Proposal on Palestinians heads to UN Security Council

Morning Edition

02:13 min | 4 years ago

Proposal on Palestinians heads to UN Security Council

"From npr news in washington i'm david mattingly hiring in the us picked up last month the labor department says employers added two hundred twenty three thousand jobs in may unemployment declined to an eighteen year low president trump says he's considering at least two more pardons one for lifestyle celebrity martha stewart and another former illinois democratic governor rod blagojevich he serving fourteen years in prison for corruption yesterday trump pardon conservative commentator dench desouza who pleaded guilty to campaign finance violations desouza was asked what trump said to him about the pardon i've been looking at the case i knew from the beginning that it was fishy but he on reviewing it he felt a great injustice had been done and that using his power he was going to rectify it sort of clear the slate desouza was speaking to fox news the us is planning to veto a resolution expected to go before the un security council calling for the protection of palestinian civilians as linda fassulo reports us ambassador nikki haley calls that proposal onesided and morally bankrupt ambassador haley strongly criticized the draft resolution stressing that it makes no mention of hamas it calls on the security council to consider measures to guarantee the safety of palestinian civilians earlier this week hamas militants fired more than two hundred rockets and mortars into israel i'm dave mattingly npr news in washington and i'm richard hake on wnyc in new york hurricane season starts today and puerto rican officials say the island's power greatest far from ready the us government has put nearly four billion dollars towards repairing the electric network since it was destroyed by hurricanes irma and maria last fall but associated press reporter michael weissensteiner says they're not ready for another one a storm of category one or two it's puerto rico with anything close to your maria i think we're looking at another blackout for certainly days possibly weeks or months the federal emergency management agency says it will install hundreds of emergency generators on the island to keep hospitals and water pumps powered in case of a blackout today is the.

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Trae Young - Time has come for me to enter NBA draft

02:01 min | 5 years ago

Trae Young - Time has come for me to enter NBA draft

"The most underrated tron michael bradley finishes second in the most overrated category more one and done players opting for the nba draft is oklahoma star trae young has made it official he will leave the sooners after just one season young lead college basketball in points and assists per game this year meanwhile texas big ben mohammed bomba has also declared for the draft after averaging thirteen points and ten and a half rebounds on the year nba scoreboard one local team in action eight pm eastern time oklahoma city is at the boston celtics meanwhile some good news the los angeles dodgers third baseman justin turner will not need surgery at his injured left wrist just one day after being hit by a pitch and spring training game against the open as no timetable has been established for turner's return after suffering a fracture in that wrist nhl scoreboard local teams coming up the new york rangers home for columbus pittsburgh visits the islanders dallas is at the wash at washington and new jersey visits san jose on dench schwartzman that's your bloomberg nbc world's update reshad thanks very much indeed for that let's say this the prospect of the trading day we got stocks in asia poised for small advancing sort of rally also going and helping us equities said to the upside here crude oil blowing up what was going on on the stock market that treasury yields meanwhile in the dull on the investors of course have got an eye on jay powell's first federal reserve policy meeting there as well at least one where he's in charge cu shares climbing we've got the opec let it lies a major oil producers accelerating the timeline for curbing what has been perceived as a worldwide supply glut details on what's going on on the financial markets and beyond this is bloomberg daybreak asia loads on the way what would you say about your one eighty over one eleven and i had a stroke i couldn't speak i walk this is high blood pressure get back on your plan good to lower your hp dot org brought to you by the american stroke association american medical association.

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