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"donald gene" Discussed on Pardon My Take
"Okay in place of Monday reading while we're quarantined. We're going to bring back our intern. Maybe someday our colleague William Football our son our son. We're going to do some deep dives with billy football on Mondays and place Monday reading so this should be fun. We're GONNA get our learn on. We told billy whatever you want to whatever you want to dive into. We'll dive into his. Well Billy what are we starting with this week or you mentioned the other day if we put everyone into hibernation state for two weeks that we'd be able to stop the spread of Corona in end the pandemic so you referenced an article that also the same take by Donald Gene. Woo Woo I. I just went on the record. He stole my take so he actually wrote that. After I said it I just wanted on the record that he actually stole all of our take from after football season every year. We just want to hibernate until March madness So the the his quote was if it were possible to wave a magic wand and make all Americans freeze in place for fourteen days while sitting six feet apart epidemologists say. The whole epidemic would sputter tools. Anyway so I looked into this our a first things first. There is no known cases of natural human hibernation. They've been working on this for space travel for years because they want to put astronauts hibernation so they can like not use any resources and just like they sleep fall asleep in wake up in another planet like a year interstellar. Yeah Okay what about Terri? Schiavo she What we'll dive into that later. But what about when you blackout? If you just get really really drunk for a long time. How long have you blacked up? I don't know because I was blacked out. So basically a hibernation states you have to slow your metabolism to a fourth of the rate in your heartbeat. Just beats a couple times per minute. So there's a lot of cases of mammals in colder climates hibernating over the winter so hibernation is only in a state of Kohl's that they started hibernating so animals zoos hybrid. Oh so bears in zoos. Don't hibernate wars and Zoos. Don't high rate they have plenty of food in water in warmth. They don't hibernate. Be exhausting though like as a bear. That's gotta be in your natural clock that you get to spend like three months out of the year just napping. Well what billy saying is it's the other way around that it's not the hibernate out of necessity. Not Out of like what they are. Yeah I agree but it's also like I shit out of necessity but sometimes it feels good to go take a big shit. Rice put bears. Why not hibernating? Because they're just eating in warm the whole time okay. You RECYCLE THEIR HOOP IN P. While they hybrid. What do you mean? Recycle DON'T POOP IN. They turn it into more carbon carbohydrates approaching while that highly. So does that mean that. Their stomach just operates more efficient level or do they actually Christian. Your body just wants the shit they it goes the digestive track but then somehow it goes back around the circle snake eating its own tail. That's incredible and pissed too. I just assumed they just pissed their pants all winter. They don't because like the scientists don't caves in find no nothing. Please try your pants. So but the thing is only female bears with cubs hibernate. Bears aren't actually the best hibernate. There's everyone thinks they're the best but there's actually other animals there's other forms of inactivity knock confined to cold weather months. This called Ace station which is done by a lot of reptiles and frogs and some lemurs in Madagascar. So if we were to do it it'd be in the warm weather months Technically aced Weights who's the best hibernate? I think Actually have to go actually not I kind of got sidetracked on bare facts. Because I heard the poop was like let's see these guys that's why we're good bareback. Bare skin is really black. Underneath the white for I knew then. Yup All the well-known could facts. Grizzly bears are fast as a racehorse color regular bearskin. I think it's I'm not sure also black. I think that'd be cool when it can't if instead of horse races you had bear raises put so my question for you. Billy is it would be very cool. How long can they can? They run as fast as a resource on. Imagine they can run as fast as a racehorse for a hundred meters though they can reach speeds up to forty two miles per hour in strint spears level. So long can they. Can they go for Tyler? Show guy looked at. They're probably sprinters Yeah well here's another fact. Black fight back round. Lay Down White. Say Good night so look say it again. That's fantastic back. Brown lay down white good night so so bear your fuck. You're absolutely fat of Blackfriars Bitch. You black where you actually want to fight back will make a lot of noise. Get Big and be like. Let's go buddy black bears whenever you see like a direct chapin videos. That says dogs Brian. It's like a little Pekinese that chases way a barren somebody's backyard. It's always a black bear and Brown. You're so grisly berry just GonNa lay down and pretend you're dead within polar bears. They're also scavengers so they'll eat dead things too so you're screwed got it that makes sense so yeah so that's actually really good so if you see us probably just WANNA run honesty. Just I have no idea where house there are South could you? Could you get dressed in all white and blended with the snow on the scene caller? I'm not too sure maybe. Just dig in the snow. Okay Borough Hibernate. Dig Right in the snow. Okay we'll get a bottle of Coca Cola and then they'll smile and wink at you. Another attack polar bears have never met Penguin in the wild. Oh different is a different Where Hake go ahead happen? Hank happen whenever you want. No yes I see you see you. North Hake Albert get in. There was no four himself. Which was which hangings aren't south correct? Yeah they love the Sun so that kind of ruins like a lot of I feel like children's books and and cartoons like polar bears and penguins just kicking it together. Yeah I remember. There was a far side cartoon. Did you ever read that one Where there is a polar bear on an iceberg wearing a beak like with a string around it and he was eating all the penguins one by one and I remember like two people wrote letters to the cartoonist was. Actually this can't happen. And then he puerto fell was one of them. It was absolutely dermer. Vote Yeah Yeah So. Male bears are called bores while females or called sows which is like pig terminology. So I thought that was interesting. That is interesting. This is another. This is kind of been circling the Internet. But one hundred seventy five pound black bear once eight. Eight pounds of cocaine died. We two hundred and seventy five pound black bear. That's a small better. Yeah eight eight hotter crazy. I didn't know they made the craziest part of that story. Is One hundred seven five pound bear not the eight hundred pounds of cocaine and my mom was like. He had like a hundred grams of cocaine. Eightieth Graham that killed him or screw question to eat eight pounds so there is turns out there was like a lot more like. There's some drug runners dropping stuff into the woods and then the The Da Lewitt's trying to find a drop drugs in a dead bear with eight hundred pounds of Kolkata's so what we know is that a bear can handle one hundred. Seventy five pound bear can handle at least eighty seven point five pounds of cocaine. Yeah Black Bears. Party will when if a bears Moose. What about the one wrestling? Great get the flake going Would about I fucking love cocaine. 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"donald gene" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM
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"donald gene" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Is six. Oh, six Goodman. I am the envious Tim van orange six hundred W R E C ninety two point one FM the iheartradio app. I saw you on social media this weekend. It wasn't envious of that. Because anybody can get on there, and it's not like an exclusive club. But it like you went out and had a dining experience, you you're a little bit of a little bit of a traveler going to off the beaten path slightly the family had never been to bozos barbecue in Mason, Tennessee. Very famous world known. I mean that's been in business for cash go and close to one hundred years Mason is that in just inside Shelby county just decide fake and give them seventy and start heading east-northeast. And you'll go through Arlington Mason's, not very far from Arlington. It seems like it's a long way. But I think it's only like eight nine ten miles from Arlington. Okay. But you'll go through Arlington. You'll go through Brighton, which there's a great fish place out and Brighton, Tennessee, if you've ever been to it brain station. All the good food, Georgetown. But I have not been to bozos barbecue. And probably thirty years. I was a teenager. And so anyway, we ended up there. And so the family could see it. I I learned something the first off a couple of things number one. They dig rock one zero two seven in there. Just not what you expect here. When you walk you, which is fine. I mean, ditch was on. And he was great. And but not what you expect to hear a yo in a barbecue. Join out in Mason, Tennessee, but the other thing I learned we're sitting at the table, and my wife and daughter had had gone to the restroom and come back. And she said, oh, did you pick this one on purpose? And I'm like, what do you mean? Well, there's a walk the line poster. And that's the two thousand five movie about Johnny cash. It started Joaquin Phoenix, and Reese Witherspoon one of my one of my favorite movies because I love Johnny cash. All right. And I'm like, okay. Yeah. That's pretty neat. And that of looking around it. And then there's smaller pictures like around the poster. Of them in the diner. Now. Wait a minute. So I get out my phone, and I started googling, and there's a a restaurant scene with just those two that actor and actress there was filmed at bozos barbecue. Now, Tim, I lived here almost all of my life. I was here back when walk the line was filmed at some locations in Memphis, and I did not remember bozos barbecue. Being one of them. Like when the firm was done here back in the nineties. I knew all the places the farm was being filmed, you know, what Tom Cruise. I lived in the delta when the chamber was filmed with Chris, oh, Donald Gene Hackman at drive by almost every day, the old empty K mart parking lot where they parked all the extra vehicles that were from the from a long time ago for the flashback scenes in Indiana. But I just I didn't know this about buzzers barbecue. So it's kind of neat. A little bit of movie history. And your daughter learned a little something yesterday. Well, she knows the movie, and she knows that like the movie and and. You know, we had the the barbecue. Which is. Again. One of those must go to barbecue places. It's funny. How we get so many of those around here we started at Helen's barbecue in Brownsville. But I learned two things number one very small dining area number two cash only, and I didn't have cash next time. I will be better prepared the smell, though, Tim I wished I could have just left my like clothes in there. And let them soak up the smell and then warn them. They were that that smell was incredible. That's that sounds like you you had a fun day. Even even when you didn't get barbecue. The first time you had some good family time you got on the road. And that's a rarity for a lot of folks these days, especially when you're me, and you don't tell them where we're going like we'd been out doing some stuff. And then I just hit this highway and set the cruise my wife's like, what are you doing much Ryden where we going? We're just riding and she kept seeing the signs for are. We going to Brownsville what Brownsville Texas. No, Brownsville, Tennessee. Oh, okay. I I must have took a wrong turn it out with Kirk. I don't know. If you're headed to Brownsville, Texas. Oh, yeah. I'd have been way off the beaten path. Now's good stuff. And and Bozo's fr from my recollection hasn't changed much since I was there thirty years ago. It still got that same looking at same feel which the atmosphere to me is part of what you're paying for. Yeah. It'd be that's that the so many restaurants that you got to separate yourself. You've been there before both has been. They're either with Dave or Ron like fifteen okay? Right down the road on the other side of the highway is the original guesses. Yes. And that was the first place I ever had gusts is at now. I don't think I if memory serves like it's not the original building of guests. They had to rebuild it. But it's the original location where it's sad. I think that's right. And I went there twenty years ago, I guess with Dennis fuller and Ron Martin and Dave will ocean. Dennis had just bought a convertible, the old W M C seven nine and Compton, the convertible on a Friday, and I went out the first time I've ever had gusts chicken. And of course, now, I can go around the Queen go right up here on the poplar in mendenhall and get it your ten minutes away from any guests now by the by the way, speaking of Ron Martin in tribute to NASCAR heck of a race yesterday. Big seventeen car pile up with nine laps to go olive branch guy, Ricky Stenhouse was in second. He had he was involved in two wrecks yesterday. None of which were his fault. In fact, one was heading to pit row. He was in second place when that happened and somebody wiped him out from behind he got back in the race. And then he was in the seventeen car pile up. I think he ended up. I I forget where you're gonna fifteenth seventeenth or something like that. He had a very good day. He was just snake bitten.
"donald gene" Discussed on This Week in Science
"Dot ORG about how you can go about doing that, or you can look for this week in science or t. w. s. in all the good places that podcasts are found, okay, let's jump on in to the genie in the lab. I dream of Jeannie. Can we make a wish? Are we going to make a wish year a wish for a endless bonding. Oh, yeah. That's a scientific wish for. The the magical wish for no more mosquitoes that people are all Enator 's. I know we've talked about the benefits of mosquitoes before, but there are many, many downsides, especially as we discuss emerging diseases is eases that are beginning to affect the more tropical ish portions of the United States as climate change spreads warmer and wetter environmental conditions. Further northward we are also seeing spread of disease carrying mosquitoes, and you know, it doesn't really matter just the whole world. We are concerned about diseases spread by mosquitoes. Right? We've talked previously on the show about gene drives, do either of you. Remember what I've said about gene drives in the past, what do it they can drive off the road. Well, yeah, maybe they could drive species off the road Donald gene transfer. What if entire Biomed collapses Ray? But let me define what the gene drive is verse for people who may not have heard this discussion before gene drive is a manipulation of genes. So inserting a particular gene or modifying an existing gene so that it is so dominant. It blocks all other variants of the gene. It drives it self into the population and for dominant. Oh, TRE dominant. That's right. And depending on the trait that is carried by the gene or that gets expressed when the gene gets expressed, it could have a differing effects at the population level, especially if it is a gene involved in reproduction, right? So researchers have been. Talking about using gene drive to reduce the reproductive abilities of mosquitoes, and they have talked about taking gene modified gene edited mosquitoes and releasing them into the wild, and this is what the point that just in brings up. It's like, what? What happens? How could you know what? If it spread to other populations? What if a gene escaped the population, we leave the lab, you leave the controls and you don't know where the genes may end up. So these are the dangers of gene drive, but let me tell you where where we are with the research, a study published this last week in nature. Biotechnology, this is big. This is big everyone. Researchers used crisper.
"donald gene" Discussed on This Week in Science
"The first two thirds of the twentieth century had no chance to to recognize. Yeah. And. Now we're sitting here looking at all of this molecular file genome IQ data and and saying, well, Darwin was right. We know natural selection does work, but we all know that you know in the human genome, for example, we have multiple genes responsible for particular trait, so win a gene mutates. Maybe it silent for really longtime. They're all these complex factors that work in Turnley in terms of how rapid mutation occurs, how it changes, and then you've got the things like this infectious heredity. Enserch is infective heredity, Joshua litterers term for this. Yeah, because he was studying this among bacteria in the nineteen fifties, and he called it. He an ester letter Burke and Norton Zinder called it, infective heredity. And now we know it occurs not just in bacteria of an all forms of life, but yes, and and it tells. Us, it reveals that yes, natural selection is still. The crucial thing that there the great Dr winning mechanism for house species evolves in debt, but what's different radically different is the sources of the variation among populations upon which natural selection acts. You mentioned KiKi you know, there's this incremental mutation DNA replicates as species reproduce themselves and DNA makes these little tiny mistakes than you know, it gets a letter wrong here and a letter on there. And there are these incremental mutations at create variation among the individuals of pop of population, and there's competition and there's a survival of the fittest and natural selection allows the fittest random variance to survive all still true, but what's drastically new is that the sources of variation we now know include not just these micro mutations, these little incremental changes as DNA. Copies itself, but whole packages of DNA that comes slamming in sideways by Donald gene transfer and present major new populate possibilities for natural selection to work on as with as you've said. Bacteria acquiring antibiotic resistance that can acquire entire gene for antibiotic resistance. One strength, you know, e. coli can acquire a whole gene for resistance to arith- from my sin that may have evolved in staphylococcus and then been transferred sideways and that happens in, yeah, all of the animals to. Yeah, and all of this. I mean, we question on text messaging and E mail in the modern age. That's the type of communication is taking place in right. And we argue all the time on this show at the macro level about what is species we have subspecies and there's hybridization you know, all of a sudden a species because of an ecological event. Suddenly these two diverse populations are brought together and lo and behold, they can breed and we thought they were separate species, but they're not in. So biologically behaviorally, we have this. I guess diffuse nece to the definition of a species you're talking about adds even more. This is totally totally agree. There's this is very important. I mean, anybody who's read a little bit about way organisms are classified. Maybe knows that their species genera- family orders, classes, kingdoms of life, and those those are nested categories of how we organize our knowledge, our knowledge of life honors. It's not the way life owners organizes itself. It's way we organize our knowledge and we know that those larger categories kingdom Feilim, you know, order family class family. Those are artificial human groupings for our convenience. But when we look at an but we tend to believe that species is an actually it's a real category. It exists in nature, but the closer you look at the mall. More, you have to admit any realize that even the category of species has blurry lines. I say near the end of this book that there are three categorical ideas that people have embraced the idea of species as discrete entities, their populations of individuals, but they have fixed memberships and they're separate from other such entities. The individual is a discrete entity. There's an individual doctor KiKi Sanford, Charles, Robert, Darwin, ah, Brown. Dog name Rufus individuals. And and the third category was that the history of life is shaped like a tree coming from a single origin branching diverging diverging diverging over time growing up, creating diversity, and now we know that those three categorical 's species individual and tree are all wrong. They're all so. But, but they don't mistake. They're not totally wrong. Just. Von categorically, right? They are not categorically right in that sense. Gonna be like that. I think it is seen from a Princess bride. It was like, is he dead? He's mostly dead..
"donald gene" Discussed on WCBS-FM 101.1
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"donald gene" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority
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"donald gene" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Dot com and from the robert wood johnson foundation at our w j f dot org this is all things considered from npr news i'm ari shapiro in washington and i'm kelly mcevers in culver city california breitbart news has announced this afternoon that its larger than life chairman is out stephen bannon departure is directly linked to his blistering assessment of president trump's intelligence and fitness for the job in a book that was published last week and you're media correspondent david for conflict has been covering the bannon rollercoaster for years from his days at breitbart to the white house and now perhaps to the dog house david's with us from new york david kelly so billions job at breitbart was executive chairman and and and do his job was also to to say outrageous things right me what tip this over the edge um to his dismissal well breitbart certainly defined his job as being something of a rhetorical bomb thrower usually aimed at the left or those within the republican and conservative establishments he thought as insufficiently devoted to his brand in his version of conservatism in this case he is aiming at inside the white house and inside of the president's inner circle suggesting that the president son donald gene junior and his son in law jared kushner had somehow engaged possibly in criminal or even treasonous act by meeting with russian figures in the summer of 2016 and by as as you mentioned by by just castigating.
"donald gene" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Meeting a collaborative meeting platform committed to helping get work done in today's modern workforce learn more at gotomeeting dot com this is all things considered from npr news i'm ari shapiro in washington and i'm kelly mcevers in culver city california breitbart news has announced this afternoon that its larger than life chairman is out stephen bannon departure is directly linked to his blistering assessment of president trump's intelligence and fitness for the job in a book that was published last week and are media correspondent david falk affleck has been covering the bannon rollercoaster for years from his days at breitbart bart to the white house and now perhaps to the dog house david's with us from new york hey david kelly so billions job at breitbart was executive chairman and and and his job was also to to say outrageous things right me what tip this over the edge to his dismissal will breitbart certainly defined his job as being something of a rhetorical bomb thrower usually aimed at the left or those within the republican and conservative establishments he saw as insufficiently devoted to his brand in his version of conservatism in this case he is aiming at inside the white house and inside of the president's inner circle suggesting that the president son donald gene junior and his son in law jared kushner had somehow engaged possibly in criminal or even treasonous act by meeting with russian figures in the summer of 2016 and by as as you mentioned by by just castigating.
"donald gene" Discussed on WCBS-FM 101.1
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"donald gene" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"Miller one needs you'll never get much of the jobs the no i don't so i broke with donald gene and don't them meeting i like i the version was on my platelet i've played your label israel lunatic actually found the found unedited version whereas it if he said edited in big letters on it may their world that words no big deal so i apologise outta things hits twist about the way seventy seven five seven nine one or two five and eight hundred seven seven one one or two five will continue taking your phone calls but the biggest local story to happen and quite some time seminal heights shootings weirdo conspiracy theories okay i just have questions and doubts that's all just questions and doubts i have no other nobody's got a motive to cover up here i know they wanted to find a suspect and make the residents of seminal heights feel safe again and it when i look at this it just looks like they're it was a very convenient way that this all came together and sometimes cases get solved that way by good police work good luck good fortune cetera never been a cop i imagine very thankless untiring and very difficult but look good police worked out the son of sam because they put together a park i hate to keep using that as reference but that that's how they got david berkeley and in this case maybe do maybe trigger trey really did s ch bag in the back room at mcdonald's maybe a coworker had a doubt maybe that coworker looked in his bag saw god said suspicious what was his playing he was gonna he was going to get a plane flight probably to new york north carolina where he hasn't ties and just get out this get out yet out seventy seven five seven nine one or two five and eight hundred seven seven one one or two four then it's like um i mean he he clearly hatton quit his job yet right right so they remember the gad it looked like a serial killer gearhead seen him in weeks he just disappear i think they would have intially got caught.
"donald gene" Discussed on KELO
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"donald gene" Discussed on WCBS-FM 101.1
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"donald gene" Discussed on WEEI
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"donald gene" Discussed on WCBS-FM 101.1
"Claimed he was survival mode after he was arrested for attempting to stabbed is neighbor the tension between donald gator forty nine and the big names baghli had been brewing for weeks gaither said baghli had gotten kicked out of his mobile home figures name's showed up at his home with a knife channon yell from that come out and get slome the victim called cops kgb when they got there he had a knife any chance in his belt gene attached to a land your and adult magazines tape to his body is makeshift armor makes perfect sense yes mr gator dole believes he'd been to prison and he knew exactly what they do to protect themselves so we've it right there donald gene gaither from oklahoma and then we gotta harrisburg pennsylvania fouryearold douglas shuttled igad on dui charges now the reason he got arrested he could have avoided it but he showed up at an elementary school on monday i said monday mm hoping to vote ranked a daughter was election day is showed up drunk well there may have our calendar oh he might still every day john i know you've had a lot.
"donald gene" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360
"And anderson the one thing that they republicans are trying to do of course is to drive past the new health care bill one that actually will be introduced in the senate tomorrow by one thing that the republicans are concerned about is that there is virtually no white house messaging operation at the moment to back them up because the white house constantly has a deal with these controversy day after day and is making it much harder for them to do their job appear anderson montereau zhou mona thanks as you remember this all started when a music promoter email the president's son with information that came from a russian pop star in his father now a cnn exclusive video shows these men at a dinner party back in two thousand and thirteen when then citizen donald trump met with them to pamela brown has more the scenes video obtained exclusively by cnn choose then businessman donald trump in las vegas in 2013 at several events during the weekend of them is usa pageant hanging out with the men now at the center of the newest development in the russia controversy the men russian pop senior amin agam ar and his father of ross of real estate developer in russia were helping trump told his miss universe pageant in moscow later that year man and the video trump be seen having dinner with the aca lara ox along with their publicists rob goldstone seen here leaning over to talk with trump on tuesday trump signed donald gene your released emails from goldstone.
"donald gene" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
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