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DACA recipients on the front lines of fighting the coronavirus
"Bowl one the Supreme Court is set to decide any day now if the Obama era daca program will be allowed to stand daca protects more than six hundred thousand undocumented immigrants brought to the U. S. as children from being deported many of those so called dreamers are working on the front lines of the fight against the coronavirus Babil Dominguez came to the U. S. when she was six years old I work at the I see you enters the took over nineteen I had to transition into adulthood I see
"dominguez" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics
"I got I got emotional and I'm like I am doing this well. Twenty five thirty face to face appointments since August. First until lockdown is what I did meeting with union representatives meeting with patients having parties. Walking the district Talking to elected seeking endorsements and you know taking pages and pages of notes every meeting And then we were encoded and it for the first probably four weeks of of Quarantine. We sort of we changed. The goalpost moved a little bit. Well okay so in three weeks we're going to be out of this and then we'll get back parties will now. I don't know if I'm ever GONNA get in front of anybody again. So we're zooming. I walked four and a half miles the other night on some are slow streets in Oakland. Our city officials have closed down many streets all over town so that we can bike and walk safely and still have interaction with with The ability to stay safe and distant from people and I met people on the street wearing a mask and standing ten feet away in introducing myself. I'm getting creative I'm on the phone a lot. Which is very. It's exhausting. Because I have to get myself across to someone whose endorsement I'm seeking through words and show that enthusiasm and I'm soliciting donations. So that's what it looks like in cove and it's been I would say it's been pretty successful. I'm raising money I'm engaging and I. Am you know putting makeup on and trying to style a three month haircut pretty regularly on zoom meetings with with my future constituents? So I'm just I'm working. I'm working minimum forty hours a week on this campaign from the from my home and I'm I'm tireless. Pass out at the end of the day but I am doing this until November third. Because I want to win this thing. How can our listeners find out more and contribute to your campaign.
"dominguez" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics
"And I see those kids looking at me. And when they found out I was running for City Council. The looks on some of their faces. A lot of the little girls were like what and one of them called me over and like kind of whispered in my ear. She goes Miss Staff. Are you a president and I thought I said no? I'm not not yet just I I. I said but I am running for office and one day you can too and they look at me and they see this loud round lady and they're like yeah you know what I can. I can do that. And it's important for people in the community to look at it to see anyone of any ethnicity can do this job. We are all equal in that way and I happened to just be an effective leader and I'm also a Latina and I think it's an important message to to give to our children. You know my daughter. We experience in to tell the story and try to to make it short. We had an experience where we ran into someone who was close to the family who Made some racist comments and it's an elderly person who has grown up in the south and made some disparaging comments about kids in cages. And I spoke up and I I just I had to. I didn't know I couldn't remain quiet and I made my points and you know Afterwards my daughter we were walking through an airport and this was a couple of hours after the incident. She was holding my hand and she said to me. This makes me emotional. She mom thank you for running. It makes me feel safe and strong. And and that's that's what this is. That's what people of color people who believe in equality and diversity. That's what this means to me. You know you've got to speak up. You have to stand up. You have to be willing to put yourself out there in whatever way that looks like for me. Looks like running for office because I WANNA to represent I wanNA represent all people but I also want my kids to say. Yeah you know what my mom My mom steps shows up and this is how this is how it looks right now so I think that's important. It's shocking to me that in twenty twenty. There's never been a Latina on the Oakland City Council. Of course there have been Latinos. Course there's never been a Latina and that that's something to. That's something to feel like it's incumbent upon me to do this. Yeah yeah no more more women. More women of color and mom's I think it's important for people especially right now with all that we're dealing with an a pandemic and what it means to two parent at the same time that you're running for office that you're doing pro you know you're you're doing your your civic duty all of these things and know what that's like to be a parent at the same time heavy duty. Yeah but good but good because it is setting. My kids are a little older. Now you know I. I went through the emerge program and I know you know what that is because you did a beautiful interview with Shanti a month or so ago and and the the questions that are asked of women who are doing this are like you can't believe what about your kids. How can you do this with kid on questions? You'd never ask a man for three hundred Alex. You know what I mean like people. Don't people don't ask men those questions because we have grown up in a country in a society that doesn't ask men those questions because of course men run for office but now we're changing the narrative of course women and women of Color and mothers mothers of Young Children Run for Office my assembly member. Who is one of my mentors and a queen among among people in terms of what she does what? She's accomplished buffy wicks. She's pregnant with her second child and she sits on the assembly floor in a mask and passes housing bills during cove. It that that's what women do. That's what women do. That's what I WANNA do. How can listeners elbow with your campaign? What are what the things? That campaign does During during lockdown during well it's been weird because okay I graduated from the emerged program. I was a class of twenty nineteen. We graduated in June. I had the privilege as someone who was running in in November of twenty twenty. I was able to sit down with the a consultants and they give you an hour and it's women. It's it's a bunch of bad ass women who have done a few things in politics. Okay and you sit in front of them and you've got an hour to ask questions and they ask you questions and I said okay. They said what are you run? I said November third twenty twenty and I. It's a win. Should I start campaigning? And they said today it was June of Twenty nineteen. You're running against a two term incumbent who happens to be a man who doesn't have any scandals. Start campaigning today. That means get your find out. You got to tell people why you gotta give them your one two three and you gotTa tell them what you're going to do and you need to start asking for money and so. I figured all of that out. I put an email out to everybody. I knew and wonderful responses supportive comments dollars. All sorts of cool stuff came in. I assembled a team. I had a kitchen cabinet. I had some amazing advisers and then I was just sort of running this thing and I brought in my paperwork to declare that I was running and I'm walking through Franco Gala Plaza Okland in City Hall saying are. There's no turning back and it was exhilarating and I got very emotionally tend to do that..
"dominguez" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics
"That's what Oakland needs to focus on. And that's why I'm doing this because we do have a housing crisis. Here we do have forty. Five hundred people documented sleeping on the streets We have an education system that is in deep. We've seen in Cova kids who can't complete their homework because their families don't have Internet service. They don't have a device on which they can do their homework. I mean I know of kids who were trying to hand in projects. High School Kids. Who are hoping to go on to college or just to finish out the year. Who HAVE TO TAP INTO. Wi Fi in a starbucks parking lot and those things just aren't acceptable. I WANNA promote equity I wanNA promote accessibility And we need a council. That's working together regardless of personality to get that done for the people. So that's I think that's what we're faced with right now. Oakland we want. I want people to come together because we're at A. This is a weird in crisis mode right now so. A sense of urgency is critical. And how do we get to this end result together regardless of whether you want to have lunch with me later you know? Yeah and so I think you know you're you're starting to answer this question but you know I've seen you describe yourself as a pragmatic progressive. Which is how I describe myself. It's my my favorite type of a political affiliation. So but what what does that mean? What does it mean to be pragmatic? What does it mean to progressive? How how do those things work in concert for you? I've spent my career up to this point I've I've never held public office before But I've always been very engaged in the process. I've volunteered on a number of campaigns very closely locally nationally and I've seen what it takes particular I was instrumental in an assembly race in two thousand eighteen and I was the first volunteer for the Buffy wicks campaign and I'm very proud to have her endorsement to this day. But I've seen what it looks like to get involved at grassroots level. And I've seen I seen now. What what we're in desperate need of in our city People are hungry. People don't can't pay their rent. People are sleeping on the streets. Kids are not getting their needs met at the public school level and we have issues with You know how are police? Services are being offered and how people are being made safe in my district and in the city of Oakland I plan to work with our community and work with each of those entities head on immediately to address those issues That is the pragmatism We don't have any time to not put all stakeholders in any situation around a table or on zoom call or however it has to look to find out where everybody stands and to get to A result in a solution I view that as my number one we've got to get to solutions and we need to put everybody at the table that means talking with our community that means if it's police it means talking with police if it's a police commission bringing all of those folks around figuring out. How do we make Oakland or safe at the end of the day? How do we put more people who are living on the streets in to the much needed housing progressives? I live in Oakland where all I think. We're all progressive for the most part and progressive politics. Just means you know. Are we considering everybody here Do a renter's being taken care of in our city are are abusive. Landlords being prosecuted are. Are we making it easy for non abusive landlords to successfully rent to people? Who Need Housing? Are we working with our police department to make sure that systemic racism and disproportionate dehumanisation of black and Brown men is being rooted out within the Oakland Police Department? Are we lifting up our police so that they can do their jobs and be held accountable but also be supported some people you know some people might do that as not too terribly progressive because some people in Oakland would say police department but that's not realistic but I'm progressive person. I I spend every every week several days a week making sure that people who don't have food have food volunteer at a public school title one Public School in my district and I got a supper program reinstated at my school. I started one of my own when I realized the district wasn't providing supper for kids anymore because one hundred and forty kids I knew and I who I had spent time with. We're going home hungry. Which means their parents were stressing about that. Some of whom You know to be able to cross fifteen meals a week off. Their list for their child is a huge relief so I started my own separate program and and then school district reinstated at the school district at reinstated. Citywide that's progressive. It's also pragmatic I'm a doer. I'm a person of action. I'm I'm doing everything I can while I'm not in a legislative position to make a difference in my community. You mentioned a toward the top. The Oakland is a very diverse city. Had A place with a a people from a lot of different backgrounds and I has saw that. If you are elected you'll be the first Latina and the city council which seems kind of shocking. You talk some about what what diversity to to to representation and and why that matters local government right. Oh this is. This is such a great question. It's such an important question to ask. And as a woman and as as I as a proud Latina up my mom would also say and Italian and I'm a proud Italian as well but but what it means is when I think about this when I'm at school and I haven't been able to be at school which has been sort of soul-crushing because I got so much out of seeing the diversity up close in my community and looking at I. I volunteered this this school year in third grade classroom and in a kindergarten class but my third grade class was is there were twenty. Four kids. twenty one of which were black or brown.
"dominguez" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics
"Who is running for Oakland City Council? Hi Stuff Hi Kelly. Thanks so much for having me. Yeah I'm excited to be talking to you. So let's just start with some some backup. Tell me a little bit about yourself. And why are you running for City Council right? That's the question. Well I'll start with why I'm running and then and then I'll get into and how I got here people in Oakland and I would say people. All across the country need local elected leaders who show up for them and especially given the circumstances that we are living in now which are changing every day. You know uncharted waters is something that like that that comes to mind often but we we now more than ever need leaders who are accessible and at the local level. So much is happening. You got to show up. And you've got to be a person of action and that's who I am not to. I've always been and I love. I love love. Love My town my city. My husband and I met in San Francisco almost twenty years ago. Got Married had a little baby and said you know what? Let's make our way across the bay and get a house that has a little yard and raise our children in a diverse socio economic and ethnically diverse city. And that's that's where we landed fifteen years ago almost to the day. And that's where we're going to spend the rest of our lives and the town of Oakland City of Oakland. We call it the town. We're suffering our middle class has been dwindling over the last fifteen years. Homelessness is has increased by forty seven percent in the last two in from my standpoint We don't have four more years to wait to see what happens. We need someone who is on the ground. Now who is speaking to residents finding out what they need what their dreams and visions and desires and concerns are. And and that's what I'm doing. And today I am focusing on during covert. I should say you know. Housing homelessness has always been top. My my list of of issues that I want to conquer solve. Make better Education is is another in public safety because if we don't have basic public safety police and fire than how. How do we get through the day here but during Kovin we have people in my district? There are seven districts in Oakland. Who Don't have enough to eat. Who Don't have a place to put their head at night. And that's true for for all seven districts but I'm looking around at my neighbors and I'm I'm delivering food to Oakland Unified School district families who don't have access Some have compromised family members who can't get out and stand in line and others don't have the transportation to get there. I've been doing that for the last ten weeks days. Thursdays working with other organizations to make sure that food insecure seniors. Who can't leave? Their homes are getting what they need and trying to solicit philanthropic donations to make. Sure that those those nonprofit organizations have the money to make it through this and then also a oakland is a very vibrant Small Business Community and it is small business and merchants and Oakland art the cultural and economic backbone to the city so I've made myself available to many of the merchants in my district during Covid Whether it was through. Here's a cheat sheet on how to navigate. What's come from the cares act? Call me if you need help. You're somebody at the city level who you can talk to about making sure you get that aid you're navigating those waters Successfully so this is what I'm doing. This is what I I love and you know. I'm actually pursuing a vocation now which feels really good at fifty four years of age to be able to say. Oh Yeah I've had some great jobs over the course of my life but now I'm doing what what I'm called to do. Yeah I loved that still a city council and Local Government in general look pretty different from place to place. What does it look like in Oakland? You mentioned there seven districts you know. What is the sort of makeup of the city council way? What's the relationship with the mayor and the rest of city government right? So it's it's it's intense We have a very I would say. Much of our community is very active and involved and people cared deeply. There are seven city council district. There is one at large member who is also the president of our Council And then we have a mayor And right now I would say They're the council. Seems a bit divided as a as a as a member of the community looking at what decisions are being made and I feel that We need to shake it up a little bit here in Oakland and I feel that for my district in particular. We had fifty five thousand. People vote in in the twenty sixteen election in district alone. those people have something to say. They want access to their elected. And so I intend to when I get to the council Cast my votes based on Interaction I've had with members of my community. Interactions I've had with some of the the union members. That's a big part. Our budget comes out. Today are preliminary budget and you know city employees. A police folks that have real skin in the game who have been on the front lines are deeply concerned about what it means. during covert nineteen when we're going to be operating from a significant shortfall and so. I think to answer the question. We need people. I come from principals over personalities is sort of how you have to. I've I've been in radio and television for the most part for the last thirty years of my life in a sales capacity much of the time in you have to sort of get past that to say what's the what what is my My end goal here in. Who's in this with me? And how are we going to together to to solve it or to help a business properly? Served their their clients or their customers or whatever it is and you know have everybody could have come out on the other side saying. Oh that was a really good experience and we worked well together setting sometimes personality this aside and working towards an end goal and.
The Grand Canyon
"Have you ever heard of the Grand Canyon. The Grand Canyon is the Whitest Canyon in the world and located in Arizona which also happens to be my home state. It's also considered one of the seven natural wonders of the world. The Grand Canyon is two hundred seventy seven miles long up to eighteen miles wide in over six thousand feet deep in places. It's very colorful a combination of reds browns whites and many other colors because each of the different layers or strata were formed at different times during the Earth's history. The Earth is very very old so the Grand Canyon is made up of different rocks from its two billion year old history early on the Grand Canyon was actually a mountain which overtime sunk down until it was flat. Then is the earth shifted. It became a canyon and over a very long period was even underwater. Eventually a river started flowing through the Canyon which is now known as the Colorado River. The water in the river was full of rocks. So over. Millions of years the river acted like sandpaper. Shaving down the canyon this is called erosion today. When you look at the Grand Canyon you can see the different layers in it similar to a layered cake. Some of the layers are white. Limestone other layers are filled with shells from was underwater and the upper layers are dark and reformed by a volcano after the Grand Canyon was formed into what it looks like today around three thousand years ago native people who now call the ancestral publians live near the Grand Canyon. They built homes out of stone and farmed corn squash and beans. They made carvings and paintings on Canyon walls which is one way we know they live there. Another group who lived there were called the co Nina for the ancestors of the modern Yuma Havasu Pie and who a lot by people who still live around the Grand Canyon. The native people call the Grand Canyon. Cab which means mountain on its side. The ancient people believed the Grand Canyon was a holy place and often visited for miles around to experience. It's wonder after Europeans discovered the new World Francisco Vasquez Coronado and a group of Spanish explorers were in the area. Searching for the fabled seven cities of Cipolla in fifteen forty Coronado ordered captain Garcia Lopez de Cardenas and. His soldiers to explore the area they and their Hopi native guides where the first European to see the wonders of the Grand Canyon. They were amazed at its size and fastness. Two hundred years passed until another European visited the canyon in seventeen seventy six to Spanish priests Francisco Dominguez and Sylvester de Escalate into explored southern Utah and the North Rim of the Grand Canyon and the eighteen fifties. They were followed. By Jacob Hamlin a Mormon explorer sent by Brigham Young to find a way to cross the river. They made friends with the WHO a lot by tribe and found the crossing discovered by the Spanish priests which later became Lee's ferry. A theory is a place where a flat boat helps wagons and people cross the river then in eighteen sixty nine major John. Wesley Powell led the first expedition down into the Canyon. He had set out to explore the Colorado River and the Canyon. They wrote down the river on a boat and survived the dangerous rapids and finally ended up in what is now known as MOAB UTAH. John Wesley Powell later became famous for the founding of the Boy Scouts of America. In one thousand nine hundred three. President Theodore Roosevelt visited the Grand Canyon and marveled at its beauty. Teddy Roosevelt was known for his love of nature and spent much of his time outdoors in the Grand Canyon. He did everything he could to help. Preserve its natural. Wonder he worked to make it a national monument and believe places like the Grand Canyon should be preserved so people all over the world can enjoy it. All Roosevelt was president. He formed the National Parks Association to help. Save places like the Grand Canyon today. The Grand Canyon is one of the most famous places to visit in the world with about five million visitors every year. Who come from all over to see and explore it. Most people just come to look out over the vast canyon. I've been there a few times with my family. It's about a four hour. Drive from US where we live near Phoenix Arizona. The last time I went we brought our foreign kids who also looked out over it in awe. We had to hold them close to us because the canyon is a very steep drop below which made us very nervous. When I was in high school our family and a group of other families hiked down into the part of the canyon known as Havasu Pie. We drove there early in the morning and had all of our camping gear and food loaded onto the back of mules. Then we hiked about four hours down into the Canyon at the bottom of the trail. The huge picturesque Havasu falls. You can swim at the falls. Jump off cliffs and hike further into see and swim in the waterfalls. Our trip was very fun but took a turn for the worse when one of the days I slept on Iraq and twisted my ankle pretty bad the next day we were supposed to hike out so my close friend. I got up early and started hiking. I live most of the way. Even up the steep switch-backs. It was a rough hike out but the waterfalls and swimming holes made it worth it anyway along with hiking people take helicopter tours over the Grand Canyon love to raft the Wild Colorado River. They also take horseback tours down into the Canyon. And it's very popular. Hike it from Rim Durham. By sisters in their friends. Do this recently. Another main attraction is the Grand Canyon. Skywalk which lets you walk on a glass bottom path out over the canyon so you can look at the drop far
LA Opera investigation finds sexual harassment allegations against Placido Domingo credible
"The only opera says its investigation into Placido Domingo has found that sexual harassment allegations made against the superstar tenor are credible this investigation conducted by outside lawyers found similarities in accounts offer by Dominguez accusers but it also concluded that there is no evidence that demand go ever engaged in quid pro quo or retaliated against any woman at the company investigators say that while the operas policies regarding harassment claims were sufficient their implementation was flawed the mango served as the opera's general director for many years before resigning
"dominguez" Discussed on Getting Curious with Jonathan Van Ness
"In your life that you wouldn't think about whether it's being separated from your animals were separated from medication. Having your houses burned down like what do people do like in terms of like planning that. You noticed that worked having in Australia. One of the important things is having a good evacuation plan. You need to know exactly what you're GONNA do depending on how much time you have. If you're in the middle of a bushfire as an annual close to Bush fis you need to have things prepared things. That are really important to you. You know you'll possible you drive his license your birth certificate things that a hard to replace and have those peck away. And it's well making sure that you have provisions for your animals. You know if you have dogs and you've only got one car you need to start having a think about how you're going to move those animals to safety notice that's right you might need to. You know maybe call friends say what plans you can put in place in order to In order to get out in time and safely I think about because I mean also bushfires are I mean. There's also just like house fires like just getting out of like your house with your animals to like about having like a bag you can throw your cat in. Judas run like hell. Yeah I mean a cat bag perhaps made for made for a so having those things in place. Knowing what you're going to do where you're GonNa Guy Hagen execute the plan.
Trainer Richard Baltas on Next Shares' Surprise Win
"Start with next shares before we talk talk about the fun story with Oscar Dominguez but next year's Boy The betting public. They're they're very demanding ending. And I I guess right yeah zinc. I actually had people telling me that they thought the Horse is done. You know and I'm like well I wouldn't be running on the done so You know he does like a little bit of you know. We've got rain that we and he does like thank the term for the little given it and he doesn't like it when it's super hard. You knew it was really hard during the Breeders Cup and you know we're taking a shot there but when he broke out the gate Alaska said he just like he just didn't handle it. He said he was stinging. Just you know from the Turpin so hard so he just kinda got him around there and He came back to work. Really good on the turf and had to good works on the turf and I actually was like stuck with a writer our 'cause Franken worked. Giovanni Franko worked on Chirping. He couldn't get off the D'Amato ours and then they've L. Devia works a monograph and he loved them and just immigrate right through in the real so well and he won he won with really with some authority. And that's the part that I I think was was most impressive. Just looking hadn't won since January And that goes back to the San Gabriel. And you're the you know this is the you're the second you're the second winner from the weekend. That mentioned how hard the turf was up north versus down there and I'm trying to think it was. It might have been Michael was wasn't might've been talked Michael McCarthy. I talked to house talk to Cassie. So yeah well you know. We don't get any rain and it's sunny in hot all the time. And it's like they have air raid it and you have to put water on it and They really gotta stay after the trip so you you know the now. There's nothing better than Mother Nature for anything. I don't I believe so it's true. I heard from a few jockeys I mean. You know it's I think on on the East Coast guys come out here. They write a lot of grass races. Obviously over there so I can a- they'll tell you wow it's really hard today
Rainforest Dwellers and Urbanites Have Consistently Different Microbiomes
"Our microbiomes. The tiny organisms UNISOM that live on us in Innis can influence our health and a recent study looked microbiome composition diversity depending on where and how we live given the same latitude and climate across South America. We found a gradient over bunny stations from a jungle houses hats off. Marion people leaving traditional lifestyles. All the way to a modern CD Lake Manas was the differences in microbes from our houses and from our a skin and differences in exposure to chemicals. Microbiologist Maria Gloria Dominguez Peyot from Rutgers University. She and her colleagues collected samples from people pets pets and spaces in homes like the kitchen bathroom and bedrooms. They analyzed bacteria. Fungi parasites chemicals and they found two trends As you go from the rainforest to a farm to a town to the city of House with increasing using population density we are exposed to a higher diversity of fungi. We carry more diversity of fungi in our skin. Hey Buddy nowhere got. We lose microbial diversity. The study is in the journal Nature Microbiology. Urban homes US more more chemical cleaners than do rural or rainforest homes and they're more likely to be built out of synthetic materials so city residents are burdened with more chemicals including including metabolites of cleaners detergents paints in and on their bodies. In addition the microbes of urban dwellers are far more like each other than they are like the more healthful mix found in the rainforest. Domingos Baeau thinks one reason is that we are two isolated from natural landscapes. We have grown culturally very anti anti dirt. We we call dirt there at the end. You know we call the soil dirt and that already has a connotation of undesirable they are bowl perhaps city living could be a bit healthier with fewer chemicals from cleansers and more microbes from what gets
Police find 22-pound cocaine stash during Gresham traffic stop
"A west Englewood man is in custody after Chicago police found more than twenty two pounds of cocaine hidden in a vehicle during a traffic stop in Gresham police say officers found the drugs under the floor board of a car after they pulled over Jose Garrido Dominguez last night near seventy six and Damon officers were responding to a tip about a drug dealer in the area when they pulled over for not wearing a seat belt and having an expired vehicle registration a reader Dominguez is due in court again
"dominguez" Discussed on Probably Science
"I wanNA write interstellar to let's do it she she did die in pulling yes you're correct sick wonderful happy about the death look she she has not won a Nobel prize or had no one another is but she had one eight Hugo Woods six nebulous and a lot of others she's just speaks to the nonsensically sort of low opinion that like sort of like socially relevant in politically cogent and like so it's so unique may not get anyway sex that's what it was I mean it could be that could be that maybe you know someone just needs to bone up on a topic to get to get better shot at the Nobel prize deep dive into something and really find out much more within a surface level I'm not trying to say she's a very smart but like sometimes takes you know like a service that might present to you thousands kind of subscription service yeah some kind of it might be able to scream wait a minute like Forbes lectures from from world renowned professors experts in various fields in the sciences and the that'd be really enjoying the using the APP when I'm driving around and you just using it as a podcast and then getting home and switching over the lecture picks up straight where cutoff can use like the Apple TV APP that we have a home or you can just do a straight through your desktop and I think if.
"dominguez" Discussed on Probably Science
"US like planet out there are even plans and often their discovery they just they discover the first one by looking for things like gravitational Nolan who's still alive I don't know I called him that he's a good guy also hated the fact that when the person who stayed behind as hey you guys go down there I know time's going to pass much more slowly for me so I don't care that it's going to be years till I see you like he just does interested him but he's smart enough to know that means he's going to be alone for fucking years I know he's just like enjoy puberty daughter I gotta get out and yeah that would be weird I feel like she's GonNa need their therapist part one one friend behind to go down to the planet and they know on the planet that's right time's GonNa pass slowly for them quickly for him or whatever he'll be fucking oldest show anyway I do want to make I do we should probably we should make sure not to create the fake gossip because her no one's always late to where that is not true it could be the best elhage probably not is this how much we'll have to cover as is in this town I do love that it's finally coming out that Ellen's a piece of Shit George Bush it's just like Aristo cosby work I don't think it will but everyone who's ever worked for us so she's the worst person Erica's sweetheart I was like no it's why why can't be stories come out that celebrities are secret monsters really don't have any background I've not heard anything one way or the other about her but I do find it no legitimate I mean yeah I know all my friends know Ellen but I find it very it's just so nakedly a problem I think to be friends with one of history's greatest murderers yeah like if you have to have fresh there's so many other people you could be friends with you be friends with someone that's murdered like I don't know there's so much less than how many he did murder Uh on the course of my day I try not to top like double cancer okay sorry you're literally murdering ten you know I don't want to be just pummeling someone's death in the alleyway first of all matthew context is king that was his first fucking murder of the day uh-huh you the now you know you're you're cherry picking data which is not scientific all right fucking like getting fake mad at Matt for like shaming you're one you're not that many murders I know yeah it's what we are on this kind of there has been talk of the the Nobel prize is here a super male and even the subjects that one for physics it does look very much like they just waited for Vera Rubin to die before deciding go now it's the sort of exit planet and cosmology turn to win this posthumous yeah well too to my knowledge female is can't see star light without his shirt but I might I will say that all I got all of my information in science from Jordan Peterson so I could be wrong here is technically a professor is legally a professor just the way I legally have motors Michael license but I shouldn't be on one I do because I had I had I had a I had a scooter had it was like a Vespa but it was two hundred I got it on craigslist and I wrote that in college so I mean a a two hundred dollar broken scooter that I wrote badly and gotten to three settings in college is actually a pretty good comparison to Jordan Peterson's capacity to injustice process and distribute information watching like one maybe one and a half youtube videos and then Youtube Oh fuck it and blow up your feed your youtube I swear I don't agree with it but yeah I was like yeah I want to see what some terrible asshole says and you click on it and then youtube is like you should watch video of a Swedish guy like punching a doll a black person because gambling at her yeah the is were none of the algorithms to have their shit together like if you buy something on Amazon or Ebay if you buy like a solo spin than it suddenly like oh you source from the Saucepan King clearly already have you live in a house saucepans also never heard this pronunciation of it which I love wait what was the what was the pronunciation Saucepan we hit the panic that's I didn't know what the fuck you were talking about I thought you were saying sore spoon wanted one soares-bhutto not twelve I don't WanNa shame you because you have a beautiful English accent and I find it attractive and compelling it makes you seem smarter to me thank you yeah it is a useful thing sometimes so yeah Vera Rubin was one of the people instrumental in discovering duck matter she not just the rep unseen between the predicted angular motion of galaxies and the observed one that's amazing but yeah the person who won the the re the remaining Hof James peebles was the one of the main person behind the discovery of the prediction of the cosmic microwave background. and which is the radiation is the author of the Big Bang which can still be detected and has helped them determine the age shape and contents of the universe wow Wow that's a that that information that's that's a hard one for people who think genesis actually happened toughy I would argue that they sorry Phil Collins is Genesis Gabriel's genesis even sure thirty seconds silence but you put it behind the aw that's behind the pay wall the Patriots they gotta they gotTa silent episode we that's amazing here's I didn't know there's still resin since from the Big Bang yes that's incredible I don't know if this is true but there's the people always say that like that's sort of what you're seeing with like static CRTV I guess in the sense that it's like it is is that true because they raise all the radiation around in general origin noise it's just not I don't quite get it 'cause it's like how I can't pretend to understand it because the time and distance skill doesn't make sense but then again there is the point that we can point to that was the original space itself is stretching out so it's not intuitive I don't I it completely honestly I understood better what Matt meant by Sore Spoon Than I did the thing you just said I was trying to rationalize why would still be noise coming from a thing that presumably has sort of Eh boobed past us but it's not some linear it's not a thing that makes sense in three dimensional terms anyway yeah so I've just decided it's Ok if I don't understand then just accept that SPEC around noise from it you're so much booking smarter than I'm not a fine don't get it I don't get your not getting oh that's the level to which your Intelligence his hovers above my intuition that like the universe is still expanding from this big bang then like maybe in your mind's eye which is wrong there is like this central everything is still kind of emanating from that as if it exists in in a three dimensional space but like space itself is stretched out from the Big Bang not just things in space so I don't think intuition supply in that way like well here's what direction yeah I'd say that's where it offender anything here's what I want I want you to take that whole paragraph that you just said out loud and make it the your your your tinder your tinder I know you're right in front and like a cool picture of you by sail boat or whatever yeah holding a dog pet peeves not understanding complexities of medicine Nobel price this year basement no worries anytime three scientists who discovered how cells sense and tapped to oxygen levels have shared the twenty nine thousand nine Nobel Prize for Physiology Oh chemistry Oh that's sense sense and adapt yet Oxygen Cepeda Ratcliffe adults food and Francis Crick Institute William Calin of Harvard and Greg Semanza of John hub Johns Hopkins share the physiology or medicine prize that work is leading to new treatments for Nema and even cancer the role of oxygen sensing is also being investigated in disease just from heart failure to chronic lung disease yeah okay but like we all have they always they always upfront they said the thing that will help us like whatever some disease we all hate but the real though the real shit house the military you're gonNA use it to build super soldiers well so the Swedish Academy the Nobel Academy said the Fund Mental Importance of oxygen has been understood centuries but how cells adapt to changes in levels of oxygen has long been unknown oxygen levels varying the body particularly during exercise suit or after a wound disrupts blood supply Dan Dominguez super soldiers and when they dropped cells rapidly have to adapt them metabolism the oxygen sensing ability of the body has a role in the immune system and the early stages of development inside the womb if oxygen levels low it can trigger the production of red blood cells or the construction and of blood vessels to remedies more blood cells mean the buddy is able to carry more yin and that's why athletes train at altitude so drugs that mimic it may be an effective treatment Cornelia Disease Buddy we know what you really mean well huma can hijack this process and hijackers now we got kids to selfishly create new blood vessels and Grosso drugs that reverse it may help halt cancer oh wow and the discovery was made by levels of hormones Platon E. P. O. was shown to rise as those of oxygen fell as the scientists and the scientists discover this is because cluster team's Code hypoglycaemia inducing factor H. I f. changing the behavior of DNA further works showed that when the oestrogen levels were normal cells constantly produced the H. L. could no longer stick to H. I f. leading to the build up of sufficient levels to change the behavior of Diana this like immediately went from like a dry description to essentially a cellular liberal Telenovela that's really exciting well thanks guys we so that's the Guy Medicine in physics physics let's do chemistry I find I honestly find the idea of cells sensing and adapting I know I know they mean it from like a physical sense like accents like physiology physiological sensory but like the idea of like cells actually this is this is just the fun me and science fiction part yeah like if you could create make individual sentient like like a Kurt vonnegut ice nine Katyn cat cats in the cradle kind of thing I mean that's cradle halfway through a book on he is because we're interviewing its author next week and there's an argument to be like how do you define intelligence now what is it the ghost in the shell thing right like what what is sent yeah what is our reflexes I don't think we think that's enough but yeah it's certainly a but like how does one draw the line I do not know thought no you're the science podcast man you know I've only had two the books I don't have the answers yet I'll have all the I'd bet you know but you're like you're holding your cards chess index yeah that's a joyful thing about a nonfiction book the index comes just there's always a bit less of book that you think there is like oh I've still got another four chapters and then I thoroughly yeah you like we're interviewing the author of in Hoffa now it's time and then something Oh thank you index bookstore readings already good I do enjoy nearly the books that we've read ferrall on the show I want to say this I've enjoyed the vast majority we if we plug a book is we like it and we've had some really lucky to have some really good people just sell Randall Munro's book is number one in the science subsection of Amazon I think not I think it was actually times bestseller when it came out deserve at least can I ask just yeah so I don't I don't WanNa like get you guys telling tales out of school I don't think this is that private information but who is the worst person in person of the authors and what did they do and wasn't legal or illegal we've actually loss majority the oath is that we've had on the show of skype interviews that's true that's all I don't I couldn't tell you to be honest because most of them are just rolling in then we have them we have them for the forty minutes to an hour the the audience at home hairs okay well I'll ask less controversial so of the authors that have been in person how many of them when they use the bathroom there loud in the bathroom which which was used your bathroom Mandy I'm not entirely sure very few have firstly Kayla gwynn's Yup comes with a funny characters on this she does all the voices that would be a good Sitcom name for old editor Salah Hall Chuck Laurie Tomorrow If only she wasn't dead she did I think she's dead she died reese I think she'd Portland Right my there was some famous email's author lived in Portland Diaries I don't think it was her only would have been then because yeah she did live in died in January last year Jay and she had a she had a standing at the sands in vegas she was the biggest died in the middle of the same Osceola Kayla answers that's the same person I saw I saw her D. Jiang and I just assumed it was just a different now it's her oh I know Chris here's wearing her like dead mouse style giant ahead rig yeah but it was all about science and how late Christopher Nolan is to meet him he's still late to meeting its off Elena's friends with despots got box seats with kids to go see the raptor I don't know I think I think Chris is always on time meetings I'll all right.
"dominguez" Discussed on Probably Science
"It is because as I say this is a rational science believing atheist Karma has decided because our job is based agree to get paid a ton of money to bullshit that we should at least be a little uncomfortably Colbert or uncomfortable image yeah there's no middle ground at all they're all constantly free twix on hand go my God they want me to just have my my body made ninety percent of Caramel so upsetting yeah I don't need any more peanut butter filled pretzels I think I got the gout from that this get press lookout gives you you have a disease that killed rich people in the eighteen century pretzels the monarchs of your which access the twisted bread was that the Henry the eighth steely Dan covers band Gal I think those are both legitimate titles based on that question I think that's accurate well what we ought to him about why people do things and go about doing things again we we don't we we don't do this the reason we do this show we do the show for a for our own love of it and for the interaction we get with our ordinances but I won't deny that once again and this has been many isn't now once again we have been Ost over by the Nobel Committee what yeah but I emailed them for you what was the address again is who is John Nobel at Nobil dot Nobel not right should absolutely go to him yeah I mean I got an email back from the dark web asking if I wanted a Malaysian boy off means ablation boito torso they wanted the top or the bottom on sale so that there have been the Nobel prizes for chemistry physics and medicine have been announced and the other ones have also been announced probably by the time this is out because we're recording a little bit early also we care less about all those anyway as far as the show is wow that's really that's really direct fuck economics and peace kind of literature piece never liked peace peace peace sounds boring can't what are you gonNa do when piece is that all of them six Nobel categories have I missing one don't look at fucking me man Got Wrath Envy Sloth Donatello Leonardo Rafael France who are all the guys didn't think we can name them I don't get up man well let's just listen list brand mm-hmm categories forty minutes so we should do a of a Nobel episode we we'll have time maybe one or two other stores as well as being so the what what do you WanNa start with which one would you what is your Nobel Prize category of choice well before this podcast are I believe Andy called Physics the figure skating of the Nobel of the Nobel then I realized that might not be the biggest what is the what is the banner event of either Olympics. What's the biggest thing in winter or summer I think in Summer Olympics is the hundred meters yeah I mean I think I think it's Super Street fighter two Turbo sports and the argument for that will make sure I don't eat sports in the Olympics I don't know this is bowling in the Olympics slake eight might be they're all some really they're all some events in the Olympics that yeah definitely require less the hand eye coordination and skill than East sports well okay but so wait but they create regular physical prowess I feel like that's a pre condition as well and shoots shootings going to say very similar to video games that's actually hadn't thought at archery now I think video games should be in now I was trying to apply to be on the other side of this argument you fucking convinced me single sentence yeah what's your definition of a sport does it require are you didn't break a sweat does it require require some kind of physical activity I think but I haven't eastport to for me the definition of sport is anything that if you ask me do it I won't be verse to it but I do think that I would not have thought considered a sport that full no they're not those are those are sports whatever you're about to remember sports it's a broad and problematic lives they're playing sports sports I do think you're right though I do think figure skating is like that's the that's the Primo at that permitted winter event than yeah I'm GonNa Stick with physics is the figure skating wait what's actually know what's the one with the leg red-haired tiny chewing gum extreme sport boy he is the light yeah well that's one of the one of the sports it what is winter like the downhill and morning like Hella cool snowboard thing that's like a winner helical snowboarding definitely becoming a marquee family recent addition to the Winter Olympic? Yeah okay I mean what's the Aug Nobel Prize to the Ski Jump Is there Nobel Prize where you can get hurt badly if you mess up people WanNa see it for that reason pace so you know pieces of the Nobel Peace Prize does carry the largest risk of some horrendous sure we're all it's the one we're all a little embarrassed by that's why I'm four piece I like whoever would make peace I think whoever makes the piece should get here's anything though because there's because it seems like me we haven't done a super good job of making the piece I it's heels premature to give anyone that yeah until there is actual complete peace just any now just anywhere peace anywhere in any category for any reason like some some mothers who got the Nobel peace in this at all I want for Christmas piece in the how a lady who had had made her head her family or man it's twenty nine thousand nine had one good Christmas that would be an achievement someone brought extra coloring books on a plane for everybody Oh that would be peace if I can what else are you gonNa do on a plane watch like I don't know a Adam Sandler movie coloring books as well for mindfulness wanNA alienated are coloring book enthusiasts all right let's open with physics and physics yet because it's a split Nobel Prize it's it's a in fifty five twenty five split as they sometimes do I believe the Nobel Prize each cancer you would to at least Tori to most three people ah okay at but it can be divided up how does them equal parts or it can be divided up in but what does that mean like twenty five hundred hundred what is it I don't understand and so what that quantifies they have the Nobel prize comes with a fairly hefty price all the money so it comes with a prize money of nine million krona which is around a million dollars and let's split up twenty one hundred twenty that's is split yeah one person got half of that in the other two split to taxes I don't know someone tax is it like is it like how if you win prices right or whatever you get like a jet ski but the Shit I can't afford the tax on its now yeah the irs incident which what your jet ski or are you going to sell your washing machine to keep the jet skis or they put it on craigslist that Nobel Prize on Craig's I'm too poor to pay the taxes on my Nobel prize we still won't we've still never had Daniel Perez on the show heavily Oh yeah she won the price is right right yeah who has one of the greatest ever prices right winning moments it went very viral on account of how winning treadmill and having no legs it's one of the best was it was magnificent like she she posted a picture of her reaction face of her wheelchair or other it was like it couldn't have happened to a better person she played that so well she played it late she's got hold of material after she got on Kimmel with it tell the story she bring the treadmill beliefs kept the treadmill at least for me yes she's a link to that because it was very funny and also we should we need to buy the Daniels never be another show 'cause he's awesome looking of a has Josh Andros we have two friends Josh's have friends who have story viral another prices right where he eh linked to that very much on mushrooms ended up on the price is right claiming to be quote a skateboard rabbi as soon as he moving on no further questions out of the way like a school security guard would like some kid was like a Dick Thing I'm not gonNA engaged later on TV handle this So three scientists have been awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics for groundbreaking dot com people's was on a welcome the evolution of the universe while mayor and Queloz one for the discovery of a planet around some star so both both of these aw these both of these discoveries in quite a while ago it took a while for it to filter through to become the Nobel and yet the discovery was five years ago from Kayla's is the CAN I ask the plant are those them like maybe earth planets everyone so I believe I need to double check this but I believe that the to Michael Mayor de Aquellos discovered the first X. Our planet's about right from our guests who had expertise in this area and about twenty twenty five years ago it was the big we've done we've done some episodes of experts on this in the past because yeah twenty five plus years ago it was I wonder if there is another they they discover them in different ways as the wobble of the stall which which is caused by the gravitational pull of planet orbiting it and then oh the light flickering on and off as this planet or start dimming and going brighter is the planet eclipses the stars lined up with your line of sand that may be other ways but those are the two main ones that I'm aware of and I it's gone in this time from Oh shit we've just discovered next planet to Oh here's another one too almost every star in the galaxy appears to have an exit planet at least one an extra planet that is is that specifically referring to like earth like planets just just putting it out of the source accent before two hundred years ago we thought we know we we have planets in this system but it's possible no other stars have them at all to there's one two now the common consensus I think is that every star has at least one planet interest billions and we know and there's a there's a bunch of like earthy ones I'm using the scientific term I believe many too many out there for their not to be ones that are this it doesn't mean we know for sure that there's life but there's definitely ones in this one is rain in temperature range this is this is this is the reminded me the one science thing that I know for sure I learned from the movie interstellar right which is any earth like planet is actually just going to be waves that can kill you sure that's what I know I forgot what my problem with those ways but I had one problem I saw that movie I mean hilarious nonsense there's just no way you could have water that's like sometimes three feet deep but also able to me contain away that's big bigger than like a skyscraper I think this kind of a limit to the ratio of depth and like I feel doesn't even in my memory I could be wrong but in my memory wasn't even like three feet it was like it was like you could see the tops of their shoes and they're like what's that like saves from the Killjoy was trying to pick apart the great the late great Christopher.
"dominguez" Discussed on Probably Science
"Blowjobs inevitably it'll just cloud cloud this guy and we'll be like God damn it for a brief period of time for a week off the temperature was correct yes guys it's like seventy two degrees and sunny right now yeah there's no sunlight in there never will be again and the temperature is dropping precipitously we did it right diet it's like the first time you really cold in the fall or winter and you're trying to get yourself in the mindset of member how bad it wasn't August and how much are we old to be in this but then ten minutes later like no all that matters is freezing right yeah because myself out of Andy or so right the cold is not as fun is never fund for more than ten minutes and then it's just deeply unpleasant even a workplace it's over the air conditions and I'm a tiny boy to and so I have to bring a Hoodie or a jacket or something new to lake a writer's room because you know everyone wants to be sixty four degrees I also I haven't often as many rooms as you but I've I've been in effect you production buildings and there isn't as far as I can tell there is not a production building or writer's room in the world has a temperature control that works to any satisfactory degree no it's crazy I don't know how this relatively simple technology cannot manage to stay within one or two degrees of comfort well I actually do think it is because as I say this is a rational science believing atheist Karma has decided because our job is based agree to get paid a ton of money.
"dominguez" Discussed on Probably Science
"Doc than usual I've worried too many times the beginning of all these podcasts are indistinguishable that's a problem for you wanted it like you started like someone in the seventy s answering the phone this is I his Andy Woods residents Hoy story behind Montgomery Burns says the holy gallon because that was what that was what Alexander Graham Bell's he was like live ended the phone so I'm also going to rent the rules for the phone and he said when you answer the telephone you should say Oy it's going to be the new thing we say telephone can I say this this beginning is already different because you've never told that story within the introduction of the show so this is different collections we have and this introduction is also different because it contains the voice of a first time guest an old time friend fullness stand up now it just full on in rights as well Mr Daniel Dominguez on in the show he did it also longtime podcasters your podcast every dates this one it truly does we did what three years of that and then we're all like man it's meeting every Sunday is a lot of work how what year did you start that you think I would say I twin two thousand and seven that's early days early days really as a podcasting yeah yeah that was very much in the like in just what if you could be eating while you're doing it and even though the sound is in it it's fine of the thing in your mouth nothing we've ever done on the show who has gone complaints as the few times that someone is eating near microphone are you did you do what were you eating I can't remember that but I I know people were we go because it's our listeners not only do we get people going I had turned off I couldn't listen but we also get people sending articles about measles phobia and this is what happens when he someone in an MRI listen to chewing sounds I mean I would that you get blocked if you're me I'm blocking you I don't Wanna I don't don't send else man what are we doing here on could open the Pandora's box of article sending we are we are very much we do actively encourage it I mean that's cool you guys sound cool I'm gonNA eat fucking chips like it why did I can't remember the reason why we would've been eating on those past episodes I think if someone brought in snacks it wasn't related to the topic at hand or something you know that would just snacks snacks within hand range of the various gas they crunchy crunchy is the worst that was crunchy in any I mean and she worse than just like lip smacking sounds that's also going to get people going I think we'll live saying do you have like a small subsection of fans will be this is the most erotic podcast ever word I'm touching the microphone which is good for some reason can you guys have your Mel's be wetter in the more in the rest of the episodes can you lend me your yeah that that's the kind of fan base you want you know what I'm is a phone is I have a friend I'll go so far as to say a podcast podcast guest who is very funny sometimes we'll have that sound like you need to clear your throat but he doesn't do it for a long time just stop and clear I could hear it building up you don't have to knowing like Bernie and the Democratic debate a couple debates ago or whatever it was where he's just like the whole time he sounds like fucking bird got lodged throat to leave this here he's just like so it was really Albro just like lean hoover your day and just fucking just spit up throat and then you decide one percent of the speech to lean over and who's what was that of the a one percent that's the best now I think we should be silent for thirty seconds in honor of that and then you guys can keep going with a ninety nine percent of our podcast listeners hey why don't we have thirty seconds of sinuses a bonus end the episode he guys they did that on this on CDs used to get that we're like reissues of albums and then they put bonus track track ray not even that but there was one like I bought I bought my name is the Elvis Costello against like this track to preserve the integrity of the original trucking includes thirty seconds of silence before going into its bonus tracks cares it's not clinging to record player they're just tracks you can skip ahead of it sometimes we'll do like like blink quantity to in there like back in the nineties or whatever they'd have like a fun little joke track whether it'd be like pissing on my face or whatever and that's why did you say that and then the next song will start but now sometimes unlike spotify or whatever they will have retained like Russian that under the end or beginning song you're like what it's like disconnected and out of context it's so weird that ruined like Queens the stone age great band their best album is ruined by those dumb interstitial 's fake radio station like you can't pull it out of and they fade into before the song fades out so it's like inextricably part of that song a separate there's no like like every time I listen to your whatever emotional song about divorce I need to hear your hilarious sketch that you Iraq band thought with an fucking Glenn dancing album from d three that had mother ninety three the ninety-three Remix of mother or the mother ninety three and that song was actually track ninety. on the CD so you had to skip ahead through CD tracks of silence like Oh look what we can do a CD technology okay you can do a thing that made you laugh maybe once and then we have to early trolling early era trolling good for him for inventing a shitty thing that's ruined culture forever seat treks culture so trump got elected we all know Dan's fault what if you just put it on fucking I dunno trek thirty or so we got it you're ninety three come on Man Tell your children not to vote for fake billionaire yeah well I mean I'd like to stress that everything we've been talking about Savar is absolutely science related and they don't think that you're wrong so when you're not writing your science related TV shows Yeah Yeah so they're all science various you you've had you've had an impressive resume for the last few years well thank you from spongebob in there oh yes some Roach on loud house which I had hoffa episode guest appearance on Yeah Yeah I saw you that day I saw Matt at Nickelodeon and we said each other and then he left it was really nice allowed house so got yeah I I wrote an episode for lighthouse it is very popular as I found out after being looking to wind up in Hof and episode Oh it's like the biggest kid show out right now I think really they just did a spin off actually which is really cool it's it's a the first Latin Latino Family animated Kids Latino Family I think in that demographic the eleven demographic and speaking which you now have a series that you help shepherd truly on Netflix yet we mostly have written these these wonderful the last eight years on comedy TV shows and I got the opportunity to develop and sell to net flicks a Kung Fu horror are adult animated genre TV series lead with the brilliant Elvira Rodriguez and Brad Graver who both of them Co created the show Brad Gabor's pile sending nation that had castle yeah and so it's just a very bloody intense very r rated Lake Kung Fu horror battle thing it takes place in Mexico in the seventies grind house elements and all these like Oh modules to John Carpenter early yeah it was a lot of fun to write and it is called is called sales manos which means six hands banish say's Manos it came out October third of this year of our Lord One thousand nine hundred eighteen and we have one hundred percent rating on rotten tomatoes of our house flats no splits I am I am just over the half-way Malkin the season I'm very much enjoying it I didn't know I did think because you wrote it I thought would be more of a comedic series full on like it's just totally and it's it's Dork and sad and like terrible things happen yes it's really it's really quite it's really quite bleak and laze but no it's not a comedy at all there's like fun moments yeah there were jokes like any show yeah awesome every now and again you laugh while you're watching the godfather right but but it's definitely not no it's not it's not as funny as award-winning comedies like the Martian yeah I know classic hilarity machine the Martian succession and that's billed as a comedy like it has funny moments I don't think it's primarily billed as a comedy is created by Jesse Armstrong who was comedy writer but again I wouldn't production but like it's not that maybe not that joke UNSCOM well I always feel like because a lot of times I feel like drama gets mislabeled as comedy like to me for it to be a comedy the premise storylines in situations have to be are comedic and then a drama is dismantled thing where the premise sterling's regions dramatic but there's funny people in it or funny or people say amusing things to each other and that I think is sort of where succession image that drama the drama you know that's just where I dunno Sandra Bullock dies at some point or whatever the fuck probably sleeping well bill pullman is trying to woo her is that the plot of receiving an issues asleep well bill hitting on says in a coma and I think that's the when you see on the billboard it says the movie were bill pullman was hitting on a sleeping lady that's been in the title so that when you're not doing what what if anything is your background is science we lied to US cut guests this before we get deep into the stories I am aware of it okay as a concept I believe it as an atheist I think it's the true one so fed description and so whatever the majority scientists they well that's true and then I'm also we'll say I'm a very very very heavily into science fiction and specifically you know like your Kayla Gwynn's and and such like that oh like see all the cool weird shit signs is doing and be excited by it but I don't actually understand any of it even the most basic level that's cooler yeah are you a future optimist all optimism about the future are you an optimist in terms of a science and tech in society Oh absolutely not I I'm certain I ninety percent chance of of civilization ending right around twenty fifty eight ten percent chance of it continuing if we if we jettison growth economy and study using oil and I don't think science will help us other I think probably the most likely scenario is will fuck up keep using oil because we we're all addicted to it and then some points somehow like some like hubristic tech billionaire moron we'll just without asking fire a bunch of black matter into the air and we won't have sunlight anymore and then we'll like it'll be some sort of like yeah that's involved yeah so I think has done amazing things but.
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"dominguez" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"Hot stretches for Dominguez he was seven for. Twelve, in the series two one this is. Low it's three balls in one strike on demand yes Couple home. Runs for Chris in that trip to North. Carolina Haley wines into. Three one swung and sliced deep down the right field line but that tells fouled. Just past the Royal blue seats. Out to the picnic area that is very well populated tonight the Jim beam party Otherwise sparse crowd here. On this Monday night PawSox leading Syracuse seven nothing in the third Haley's three to swung on fouled off the end of the back into the upper deck, on, the first base side It's a very comfortable night four ballgame Temperatures in the seventies. Here in the state of New York there's a breeze, blowing, out to right field three to again swung in. Lifted out towards center hit pretty well castio runs back and he makes the catch over his shoulder on the move just in front of the warning track and Chris Dominguez is number. One in the bottom of, the third one thing we remember Chris when he, played with On I. Stretch Huntress totally shocked ten, RBI in a series And we're going to see I would. Think for the next night or two more swings like that he's, just locked in right now Good. Job I Haley ultimately to get so there's one, out there's no one on, board the nine man Andrew Stevenson left hand hitting leftfielder first-pitch is swung. On fouled back to the screen Stevenson is struggled mightily this. Season with Syracuse just a two old five average Known for his glove and for his speed seen them a lot in centerfield, but the man on deck for the chiefs is now, holding down, centre pitch MRs. Low from Haley and ninety. Three mile an hour fastball victory robe liaison deck he's, the leadoff man waiting, his turn Seven nothing PawSox swung on this, could cut, fastball from Haley. Ties up the lefty low and in The two strikes on Stevenson Haley.
"dominguez" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio
"On your at and t and verizon cell if you wanna get in and talk about the game so the big moment was in the eighth inning when gabe kappler elected to go to sir anthony dominguez i the face bryce harper and then he walked one soto to go daniel murphy and i'm sure everybody today is going to be ripping gade kappler because that's all everybody does and i don't understand why people you know always go to blame gabe kaplan i think it's the way he the way he talks i think people don't like the way that he communicates in press conferences i think is positively in which people you know i think when he makes comments like he made last week about the bullpen being strength of the team that bothers people but i think that that's more of him trying to have effect on his team where he is you know trying to keep them positive you know and he doesn't wanna come out ripping me i don't think it's him intentionally being dishonest gabe kappler obviously has a belief that positively is contagious so i think that's why he does stuff like i don't think he's trying to why the medium purpose i understand why it annoys people but he seems to get blamed for everything and i i think it's a little unfair to be to be frank i think you gotta blame the guys on the field first and foremost i mean the pictures weren't getting it done you know he's doing the best with what he has he's doing the best with what he as he's trying to he's got to go for the matchups he's gotta get creative because he doesn't have guys can get people out and i blame the i'd blame the pictures i blame that clinic i would not blame gabe kaplan and i don't blame for last night either.
"dominguez" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio
"The way that he's using sir anthony dominquez they want to out of three despite the way gabe kappler continues to use dominquez incorrectly if you think that dominguez isn't the phillies reliever please let me know i would love to debate with you because it's hard to argue that the mingas is not the phillies best reliever he's got the best stuff he's the most dominant he's the most intimidating kappler has even knitted or kind of intimated such aspects but gabe continues to say on a regular basis angelo has asked him about it several times engaged keeps reiterating he's going to use his best relievers in the most high leverage situations so if he sees a reason to use so anthony dominquez in the seventh navy sixthinning where they're in a jam he's going to do it instead of using him in the ninth inning saturday these were this is why i think gabe just over manages because saturday he did not use dominguez in the most high leverage of a situation he used domingos with a three run lead against erik kratz hernan peres hernani perez in eric sogard the bottom of the lineup with a three run lead in the seventh inning i'm sorry in the eighth inning he used them in the eighth inning saturday against the bottom of the lineup kratz peres so guard which then flipped over two themes and yellowish because the mingas let two batters on hector nearest came in in the ninth and did a really good job on saturday faced lawrence lorenzo cain travis shaw and ryan braun and the ninth and blew through him so you think oh maybe narratives back maybe gave which is trying to get nurses confidence back maybe that's why he did it but on sunday gay brings dominguez in for the seventh for two outs and then dominguez gets two outs in the eighth before walking a couple of batters and getting yanked because he's at thirty five pitches because gabe keeps using dominguez trying to use them for two innings then narrows comes in the ninth gives up four runs the company lead is gone away jake thompson has to come in to try to get the final against christian yelich and yelich sends a screaming basically line drive tremendous velocity off the bat to the.
"dominguez" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio
"Conversation with the phillies the next couple of weeks and months is serenity dominguez when things are going bad his name hasn't come up because he only pitches when they win basically are eleven and one now when sir anthony takes the mound i didn't know if we're going to see him tonight i'm not sure capital wanted to use him with a five run lead but when ramos walked the leadoff batter and then i say they wanted to sir anthony eight did it again the stats on him so far in his month in the big leagues are ridiculous dominguez his face to forty six batters in fourteen and twothirds innings he is allowed to its he hasn't walked a single batter and he struck out sixteen forty six guys come to the plate against dominguez sixteen have been struck out to every base when that is complete and total dominance level of baseball's best relief pitchers and this kid was in reading were jack through pitch yesterday a month ago i just think about that that's probably why almost hit eighty two it says on the same mountain sir anthony did did you did you feel that did you feel like really did live up to something that we both we both looked at the same crowd you did he's gone though he'd probably get heckled as the broccoli but he didn't now he's in wrigley field and you're here with me so you guys have not going an exact same direction where would you rather be in chicago closed down a victory which he did tonight he was good affluent was really good and the bats finally came alive everyone the lineup gotta hit tonight which is obviously the phillies could build on as they go take it on cantata tomorrow eight eight seven to nine ninety four.
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"And has denied all wrongdoing in the case against him saying he took part in consensual sex and role playing but he'd never beat anybody man under arrest in the attempted kidnapping the other day in brooklyn authorities say twenty six year old man dominguez the guy who tried to snatch a three year old boy away from his grandmother outside a supermarket on eightysix supposed to selling tinton wins cops tracked him down with the help of an anonymous tip the officers who handled the initial call have been placed on modified duty they were accused of failing to respond to the kidnapping in a timely manner they remember when people used to refer to large cars like cadillac deville as well rolls royce took it seriously rolling out a new suv which quite frankly can walk on water it's called cullen after what's thought to be the largest flawless diamond ever found this is definitely not a kind of mini van this is truly luxurious royce royce in every single detail chief executive torsten muller otto says the cullen can handle roads and off road perfect form and that is an engineering masterpiece magic carpet ride rose royce's well known for joined up with all terrain capabilities in an unseen level the price for callanan about two hundred eighty five thousand dollars here that is about says here you can sit in the back seat and sipped champagne while the thing lives through twenty one inches of water or drive right into a deep snow now they don't make any guarantees that you won't hit a big bump in splash a little white and on your jacket but hey when venturing off road those risks are things that one takes wins news time eight twenty five always over promise advice you'd like to get from someone who owns a ramtruck because with the all new twenty nine thousand nine ram fifteen hundred not only capable of always living up.
"dominguez" Discussed on Why Won't You Date Me?
"Because it's talion giovanni dominguez what a funny name gamee's pussy got wet when she heard giovanni dominguez aka ambler voice and she's got a guy i guess that's what happened who has who are out i think so yeah we were hanging out like she stayed longer at the podcast and we were talking she was here writing on ridiculousness then tv show wild that they have writers the most insane sentence i've heard today she they do have writers you know people are like are will this guy will fall down at this time this clip yeah but so she was riding over there and it was i writing job and so she was i come back to new york in like a couple of months so then after i had sent her an email maybe facebook message but i was not big on facebook at that point now damn black very big on facebook housands of friends i have so many friends and i'm friends all them even the random people i go out of my way to get to get coffee with them you know them in realizing other on the facebook i go to their weddings i'll fly to a facebook friends wedding random face his friend is is not a word i take lightly so yeah so yeah so then i sent her masters when you're backing new york let's meet up and then when she's back in new york she let me know and then we hung out and then that's it.
"dominguez" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"The the the the the hugeness in the end the brightness of this fire and we have a little bit of an update with respect to that in erin may have set it already bet orange county fire captain larry kurt says the fire has grown to seventeen 100acre now the fire is continuing its march along the ninety one freeway we're keeping the fire to the east bound side of the freeway we do have a mandatory evacuation in place for the dominguez ranch neighborhood that's off of domingo's ranch road we have approximately three hundred homes there that are in a direct threat of the fire about a thousand people we estimate and he says that really is the key issue right now that dominguez rant area is the primary a bit of concern tonight and it's going to be a couple of days that firefighters are here more audio oh yeah i've got a little bit more mccoy all you watch it at of it that they're concerned about hey there have been some reports that we have had some built buildings that may have vern we have not confirmed that yet and i cannot speculate on that until we get confirmation uh so for right now we're going to say that no billions have earned yet but hopefully that uh that doesn't change over the night enter what what flank of the fire you are are you north of the of the ninety one i'm south of the ninety one i'm south and west they've set up a command post here at irvine regional park so we're pretty far to the south and west of where this fire is actually burning again for a locator i know you've been talking about it all night but the fire is entirely on the south side if the ninety one it's fairly close to the ninety one in seventy one free waste right but they're bringing all of these resources here now two irvine regional park and they're going gonna be here for a couple of days as i know you've talked about but they've got three helicopters making drops all night long tonight they have those nightvision goggles and then tonight laura morning as soon as it gets light they're going to be bringing in nine more helicopters and nine fixedwing.
"dominguez" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"Four five ever seven seventy news radio who long all right that was their christopher dominguez leaving court the other day and as you could hear he was not happy that he was wearing at the judge christopher dominguez is a repeat offender he's one of these guys it loves to steal cars stolen a lot of them during his career and of course that means he's a big contributor to the number one crime problem we have here in albuquerque at his auto theft were the number one or a city per capita in the country when it comes to auto theft for the stats from last year maybe this guy stole your car at some point or over the last few years but it just seemed like every step of the way for him he got a break and this time he was asking for another one or after begging for mercy and getting probation just a few short months ago in march he screwed up again back in court any and his attorney had the audacity to ask for probation one more time he really elated on thick basically telling the judge this time i mean a judge this time i'm really going to turn my wife era and when he didn't get probation the ended up with six and a half years in prison he ends up for swearing at the judge acquitted paul is bought right back into cork slapped can court a contempt of court date on him and sentenced him to another year but she did not do that so we're taking a phone calls on second chances are at what point do you think someone does run out of second chances give us a call now two four three.