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"drooling" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR
"Dr. Katz is a graduate of U. C L. A School of dentistry and holds a separate Dickie degree and bacteria ology from I think I said that right bacteria bacteriology from U C l A. I'll let Dr Katz let me know if I said that right? His website is the the are a breath dot com are sarah breath dot com, I think is what it's supposed to be right, Dr. Katz. Yeah, They're a breath. Correct? Yes, Sarah breath Such a pleasure to have you with us. I'm checked my breath before I went on the air. I think it's okay. Well, that's that's good. I don't smell anything over the radio waves, so I think it best the best. Well, you know, it's funny. I love this topic and how many people worry about their breath? You know, Um, I think everybody does. It's just something you don't ever want to have bad breath. It's just gross. Right? Well, everyone worries about their breath, and the reality is about a third of the population. Has bad breath almost all the time, which could be due to medications they're taking. They could have post nasal drip could be due to poor all hygiene. But most often it's due to bacteria that live in the back of your tongue, Sword and tonsils and These bacteria produce what we call volatiles sulfur compounds. So what you're smelling is the chemical byproduct or as we say, the bacterial boop of these bacteria, and that's what that's what offended because some of the Some of the chemicals one is called cadaverous in another is called putrid scene. So just the names alone tell you it's the smell of rotting flesh. Wow. And how did you become s O interested if you will, or obsessed almost with bad breath? Who's because? I mean, you're the authority on its own. What happened? Training is a dentist. And as you had mentioned that you have a degree in bacteriology. It's bacteria that are involved in bad breath. But about 25 years ago, one of my daughters she was 13 at the time came home from school, and she was in tears. She said. Daddy, do I have bad breath and they say, Well, why do you ask that? As well. My friends keep offering me governments, especially on the ride home from school. She'd be in the car with them. And all of a sudden they pop up on here. Have some gum Marie or have a mint and she started taking personally thinking. Oh, my God says there's something wrong and indeed there wasan in her case. She wasn't the girls basketball team. So after a practice Rafter game, her mouth became dry, and that's one of the leading causes of bad breath. Once you must becomes dry, you no longer have the natural protection of saliva. Saliva is nature's way of keeping your breath Freshman year around babies and You're drooling..
The COVID Effect is a Boon for Kids Online Gaming
"If you had to guess one company that saw revenues absolutely skyrocket in twenty twenty. What would you say you might think. I don't know what zoom maybe peril others another brand benefiting from a rough twenty twenty. It's roadblocks and online game that counts middle schoolers as its biggest fans. Don't ask me how. I know if you have a preteen noah preteen or are a preteen. Chances are you've heard of blocks. He lets users around one hundred fifty million a month build and play video games without needing to know how to write code. It's free to join. The company makes money through the sale of in-app purchases using its own virtual currency users can buy costumes for their virtual characters or jump up a level or two game and when i say roadblocks makes money i do mean a lot of money. Roablock says revenue jumped seventy percent between september twenty nineteen and september twenty twenty two more than six hundred million dollars. The motley fool reported that the games daily users number over thirty million people. Those figures have investors drooling and last week. They got a chance to buy into roadblocks wild success when the company went public the platforms value soared sixty percent to forty seven billion dollars after its first day of trading so who would have thought an online kids game would be exploding in popularity right about now. Well anyone who has a middle schooler at home. If kids seem extra attached to their tech devices at the moment. they're not alone. The amount of time kids spent on screens doubled in the first half of twenty twenty. As compared to the same period the prior year so reports the new york times custodio which tracks device usage kids ages four through fifteen called the cova effect socially isolated kids largely stuck at home made for quite the captive audience and that meant more money for games like roadblocks one reddit users summed it up nicely. Kids who distance learning always have tabs open and roadblocks the user wrote quote and nowhere. Mommy leaves her purse unquote. But roadblocks isn't the only game out there benefiting from all those open internet tabs minecraft has been making microsoft quite proud parent company as of late the game which bills itself as an open ended online video game saw twenty five percent increase in new players in the early months of the pandemic. Unlike roadblocks minecraft users pay up front for access to the game that netted them over four hundred million in revenue last year. Nowhere near roadblocks is twenty twenty revenue but both companies have turned quite the prophet in a year that decimated several industries but the so-called cove effect is only expected to last as long as well. Cova does right best of secret. Even roadblocks said so in its s one filing they wrote quote. We do not expect these activity levels to be sustained and in future periods we expect growth rates for our revenue to decline unquote whether or not usage rates. Actually plummet is more kids. Go back to school. Long-abandoned screen time rules claw their way back into homes that does remain to be seen but one thing is clear. The roadblocks rage has taught us to never underestimate the power of a kid with access to a technological device and knowing where to find a credit card is helpful to come on. Don't just blame the ipad
With 'Raya,' Disney has their biggest animated action hero to date — and yes, she's still a princess
"Chang says the new Disney film Riot, and the last Dragon is not just for kids. He calls it a gorgeously animated fantasy adventure with a hopeful message. For this moment, the movie began streaming on Disney plus today. Ryan and the last Dragon is the lovely moving surprise. Its big selling point is that it's the first Disney animated film to feature Southeast Asian characters. Like so many movies that break ground in terms of representation, it tells a story that's actually woven from reassuringly familiar parts. Didn't mind that in the slightest. The movie directed by the Disney veteran Don Hall and the animation newcomer Carlos Lopez. Estrada brings us into a fantasy world that's been beautifully visualized and populated with engaging characters. And it builds to an emotional climax that I'm still thinking about days later. Story is a little complicated as these stories tend to be It takes place in command Ra and enchanted realm inspired by various Southeast Asian cultures and divided into five kingdoms, named after a dragon's body parts heart Thing, spine, Talyn and tail. Before they became extinct centuries ago. Dragons once roamed the land and served as friendly guardians to humanity. Their magic lives on in a Jule called the Dragon Gym, which is kept in a cave in the heart, but the other four kingdoms covet. It's mighty powers. One day all five factions come together and try to reach a peace agreement. But tensions erupt. Ah fight breaks out, and the gem shatters into five pieces that are scattered across come, Andhra. This opens the doorway to an ancient enemy called Bedroom, a terrible plague that turns people to stone. Actually, a hero must rise and save the day. Her name is Ryan. And she's a young warrior princess from heart voiced by the excellent Kelly Marie Tran from Star Wars. The last Jedi. I Ryan manages to escape the drone, though her father, her body whose leader of heart isn't so lucky. Now Ryan must recover the pieces of the Dragon Jim, reverse the damage and banished that room for good. This is the first time we've seen a brave young character embark on a quest for magical bottles. And Ryan and the last Dragon is rooted in traditional fantasy lore with the Lord of the Rings and game of Thrones being just the most obvious influences. Movies, Intense scenes of sword play and hand to hand combat. Give it a tougher, more grown up field and most Disney animated fantasies. My own young daughter had to cover her eyes a few times. Some other recent Disney princesses, including marijuana, and Elsa Ryan has a bold, adventurous streak and isn't all that interested in romance? Unlike them, she doesn't even have time to sing a song. That said the movie still has plenty of lightness and humor. Screenwriters. Quick win and Adele Limb have provided the usual Disney array of cute critters and lively supporting characters. None of them is more colorful than see Soo Ah friendly water Dragon who is magically resurrected during riots journey. She's the last of her kind, and she has a crucial role to play in the story. She's voiced delightfully by Aquafina doing one of her signature chatterbox comedy routines and selling everyone of ceases and naturalistic wisecracks. In one scene, she touches a piece of the dragon Jim and magically Lights up. Which riots sees as a hopeful sign. You were glowing. Oh, thank you. I use Alan Rivers climb. Maintain my know this'd my little sister office magic. I got that glow in your little sister's much jack. Yet. Every dragon has a unique magic. Okay, What's yours? I am a really strong swimmer. Wait, wait, wait, wait, wait. You touch this gym piece, and it gave you powers. You know what this means? Right? I no longer need a night light. What? No, you're still connected to the jumps. Magic, not means you can still use it to save the world. If we can get all the other Jen pieces, you can reassemble it and, well, the drooling away. And bring my bar back and bring all of commander back Ryan and sees his journey takes them toe. All five kingdoms of command ra all of which are so vivid and transporting, I found myself wishing they really existed. More than I could have at least seen them on a proper movie screen. There's the town of talent, which is built at the edge of a river and the desert wasteland of tail where Ryan and See Soo must enter a cave of obstacles straight out of an Indiana Jones adventure. As the two of them search for more dragon Jim pieces. They, of course, pick up a few friends along the way. There's a street smart boy who cooks a mean shrimp Con ji and a toddler pickpocket, whom I found more creepy than cute. The movie's most intriguing character is no Mari arrival. Princess from Fang, who's voiced by Gemma Chan. As a side note. Chan and Aquafina both appeared in crazy rich Asians, which, like this movie was co written by Adele Limb. Mari and Roya used to be friends until the fight over the dragon Jim rip them apart. Now they're bitter enemies, and their emotional dynamic is fierce and complicated in ways that relationships are rarely allowed to be in Children's animated films, especially between women. Contrast, See, Sue is all feel good vibes. She's a dragon, after all, with little understanding of how treacherous humans can be. She doesn't get by riot and the Mari distrust each other so why they can't just set their differences aside and defeat the drone together. It's Caesar's sincerity and purity of heart. That makes the stories finale so unexpectedly stirring, especially now. Our fates are closely bound together. It reminds us as it builds a case for forgiveness, reconciliation and mutual sacrifice. The emotional power of riot and the last dragon sneaks up on you. Its lessons aren't knew exactly, but it makes you feel like you're learning them for the first time. Justin
Burger King Urges People to Buy Takeout -- at Other Restaurants
"What a year. This has been so this last friday before the holidays. Here's a little sweetness. From an unexpected source burger king the multibillion dollar fast food chain is urging hungry people to buy takeout meals right now. Hardly a shocker. But here's what is in. The uk and france burger king is urging diners to eat somewhere. Else there's more to life than a whopper burger king. Uk said early this week in an instagram post. Is there really well anyway. The previous day. The government announced that london other parts of southern england would move into tier three restrictions because of rising cova rates under tier. Three restaurants pubs must close with the exception of offering takeout and delivery meals as in the us. Corona virus restrictions put thousands of small businesses and their employees at risk in response to the crisis. Burger king's instagram post extolled the virtues of variety of independent eateries. It said quote. There are many great dishes from thousands of restaurants that deserve to be as famous as the hopper for consumers. The call to action was clear. Hold off on the burgers. Independent restaurants need all our support the chain stated but the gesture went even further burger. King is pausing its own drool. Worthy burger picks and until those smaller restaurants can reopen. The chain is offering its valuable instagram. Real estate to independent restaurants for free burger king invited them to share photos of their own signature dishes on the b k account along with the hashtag walker and friends. Perhaps it's the dearth of good news. Or maybe it's because advertising someone else's product is well hardly ever done but the post went. Viral reaction was swift and almost entirely positive newspaper called money control called the campaign a noble initiative. All of a sudden. I have renewed faith in humanity. One man named bob. Hayes tweeted on twitter. Another observer commented that burger king quote has won many hearts across the globe others call the initiative bold classy an even astounding. Naturally someone couldn't resist. They called it a whopper of a campaign from a strategic perspective. The campaign is indeed a hopper that helps burger king further. It's already solid identity as a marketing mastermind. This is what an industry leader looks like. Acts like an advertises like commented copywriter. Dave delicado on linked in indeed one observer wondered what would happen if other fortune five hundred companies followed a similar playbook also on linked in ian k a manager at an israeli air traffic business. Mused imagine this happening the travel industry with a giant. like american. saying we can't get you home to israel right now but united can here's their link and safe. Travels burger king's instagram initiative follows. It's equally shocking when a month earlier with hospitality industry under siege burger king. Uk suggested followers. Patronize its actual competitors. Mcdonald's taco bell. Kfc among them. Now we have only one question for the fast food chain and it's not about pickles or fries. It's when are you going to do this in the us be k. But despite that niggling negative we have to end. Positively burger king's generosity hits. Just the right note for a world been through far too much in twenty twenty. Hopefully it shining a little good karma on the holidays just when we need it
Trump Launched A Trade War Against China. Don't Look To Biden To Reverse It
"Out of his way to lay down a marker. About how far the uk could push the european union on the trade deal again to strike the not gonna try and reverse the brexit decision but they also began to side with the european union over the nature. The trade deal. And they're also going to make it absolutely clear to boris johnson. That he shouldn't try to disrupt the european union after the trade deal is sealed or even if it isn't sealed given the the democratic party are going to take control again. Are we now at the back of the queue. As obama warned on a trade deal with american. Who's always going to be difficult to secure. I think if they'd been possible to secure it before the elections would have been done so but there were so many difficult issues about pharmaceuticals about agriculture. That simply not possible. And now it's not gonna be a party for the by administration. And i think he's quite possible that congress will re drool the mandate full by in june next year on trade and at that point the trade deal will die away and the danger for the uk is end up without a trade deal with european union and without a trade deal with
Diamond Jim Moran
"Welcome wire-tappers out there here in this video of gang. Lenoir beautiful fall afternoon not on the golf courses afternoon folks in here getting ready to record a podcast for y'all i have the grandson of james diamond. Jim brough cada. His grandson's name is bobby. Bre qatar now bobby. Did i pronounce that close enough. Yes sir okay good. I like to say my northwest missouri nasal hillbilly kind of trying funny. What about that. I just had a comment. Somebody said always seems weird to have a guy with a southern voice. Say the word capco. Now i don't really consider southern voice to you have got northern voice to people up this guy resume shah firm chicago to him. I have a southern boy. So a hewlett you guys. Listen to bobby talk a little bit and you'll hear that salt sweet syrupy south louisiana voice. Our true southern boys right. Yeah it's a little different than new. All has its own unique accent. I've been confused being from boston. New york no. Yeah you know. I hear that now. Wow i do hear that many dollars around the city you know. Talk to different people. You can tell what part of the city from interested in so now. Let's get to the meat of this. You've written a book here recently. Called food for kings. And it's part to crime as part history in his part a recipe book cookbook. If you will food for king diamond jim. A new orleans legend now diamond. Jim mocatta was your grandfather. And there's a really interesting book folks especially if you like to cook. It's got those really great new orleans recipes in it and this guy your grandfather. Your grandpa was one of the most colorful characters in new orleans from what i've read about him. It was unbelievable. Tell us a little bit about yourself and how you got interested in doing this particular book. Okay very first of all. Thank you for having me on your show. appreciate it. earth off a married with two children in military. Over twenty years i retired in two thousand and eight and i've been aircraft mechanic for american airlines and now delta. I picked up this project after my father died and wait basically he motivated me to kind of pick up the torch and carry it. My dad was a dentist for forty years and he always wanted to do a screen. Play or movie per se. He's never do it. I have i did a screenplay originally. But i didn't go anywhere with it so i decided a couple years ago. Put a book together and kind of tell a story about my grandfather while i'm telling. The story basically blended in combination photos and recipes as i journey through his whole life. I start off when he's a childhood and carried on throughout his life until the success of his life until he died. It's a good read. It took me about eight years to go through it and do the research are did get a lot of information from father. My father ahead a manuscript he has deposition that he had put together with a attorney. Back in nineteen seventy seven. So i use all that information and took my tom everything in the book that i've talked about a kind of support it with a document and the article. Either that was given to me handed down to me or maybe that of actually found in the library found a lot of information doing the research about my grandfather in the library his life. It was pretty easy because his life was documented since he was a teenager so every time i tried to fill in the blank. Something in my father didn't pass down to me. I was able to answer all the questions that i wanted to answer about his life. You know interesting. That stuck a little bit about his early life. He fought under the name of jimmy moran which is kind of like no joy hupa in chicago took on an irish name in order to fight. I think more likely it was a lot of prejudice against italians in those days. Especially in new orleans. If you remember we go all the way back to the black hand days and they they killed the chief of police some Supposedly some black hander. Kill the chief of police in of new orleans storm to jail and hung. I dunno must have been six or eight say ends i. I can't remember exactly for sure. How many so. It would have been wise for him to fight on her an irish name. I would imagine tell me about his fight career. Let's get started. Well that was one thing. They kind of treat. My curiosity was widely. Any changes his name in the book. I did find a quote where someone asks them. Same questioned do an interview. He said he did for business reasons. But that was part of it because you gotta realize he didn't get into business opened up first restaurants on nineteen forty nine. He changed his name. I found articles where he had his name change in teens early. Nineteen hundreds. He hung around a couple of friends of his feet. Herman who's an italian pita. Golota was his last name. And the other guy. By the name of powell moran. His name was francis. Paul miranda and all of them were full blooded italian as you know and you listeners. Know that back. Then the titans will kinda frown upon. They weren't considered equal. Maybe to a lot of different even the irish whatever. So i've found out. He had changed his name one. He didn't want his mother was fighting when he was on the fighting card. You know and during the preliminaries in hours fighter. Irish name would draw big crowds for fight. A lot of people don't know new orleans was actually a big boxing city equivalent to chicago and new york but on a smaller scale of course but it was a big boxing town in a drool audit. And that's how he got to meet jack dempsey marciano. You know all those big fights back then because they came to new orleans and then he connected so his first circle of friends will all italians. pete. Herman was abandoned. Champion thinking sixty nine fights from nineteen twelve to nineteen twenty two now as far as my grandfather. He wasn't as big of a boxer as those guys. He did it for my research. Maybe about six years and then he got a little older. He got into referee in and he started refereeing. He did that until about twenty seven years old. Then that's when you up his barber shop in the open up a barber shop with a boxer front of his last name was burke in as when he got an barring after referee
FOF #2896 Peaches Christ and the Witches of East Bay - burst 01
"When you're a drag queen yard time less well at least until your weight starts to break down and your makeup start crack at the end of the night. But time comes for us all even the most legendary drag queens and that doesn't always have to be a scary thing. One of our favorite movies is the witches of Eastwick, which pits three icons, shares, Susan Sarandon, and Michelle pfeiffer against the devil himself as they turned to witchcraft to manage the midlife crisis today San Francisco drag. IMPRESARIO, peaches, Christ chats with us about opening up her vaults of drag parodies for an incident viewing party of her show. The witches of East Bay where Peaches Coco Peru and Chad michaels take a look at what happens when three drag legends get older and a world dominated by pesky drag Queens plus why do J. K. Rowling and other high profile celebrities come out against trans. Inclusion eighties gay icons that became TV commercials, spokespersons and look at the amazing life of Drag Queen Hegi leg. I'm Fausto for no I'm Mark Zalin and this is feast. Five. Before we begin. Let's listen to the trailer for a peaches crisis the witches of East Spe starring Coca, Peru Chad Michaels and Thomas Dekker. You know when you're young queen and you don't understand anything everything's really confusing. CONTOURING and Tucking. You think that when you grow up and become a seasoned queen, that's GonNa make sense and. Still waiting for that day. That day ever come I've discovered that when you're truly fully relaxed, you can open your eyes and see what the world has in store for you. For me, my eyes are most open after I've enjoyed a hot steaming cup of celestial seasonings tension Tamer to. What do you? It's a short life isn't it? We all have fears. Sometimes I i. look in the Mirror and I see everything disintegrating faster and faster. A long career in drag is not for the week. Just burned my mouth. So fucking badly you know life may be short for some. But even if there's like a nuclear Holocaust, I plan on sticking around and partying with the cockroaches not really afraid of death that doesn't mean I don't have fears. You know what I see see snakes like hundreds of them and they're like crawling all over me and then disappear I'm just not there anymore it's really trippy. I don't mind the growing old or that it's a short lifer, the snakes or any of that the the pain that scares me I don't know why there needs to be so much pain in the world often caused by anonymous trolls commenting on social media. Deal the deck. Down here we just. Play the sandwiches. Hello. Hi. Peaches. Christ. Yes it is. What's Your scariest movie? Nights scariest. Say, what's your favorite scary movie. Well that's a nightmare on ELM street. One. I had a really scary movie. It's called the Selfie on my phone. On my God and I take my clothes off and I look into it. And I see myself growing old OH. Oh I used to be an atheist, but then I realized I was a sex God. But now on a sex card decline and nobody wants to worship at my temple. Because I've been stuck at home during covert quarantine. No one loves me anymore, not even myself. How are you doing today peaches? I I was doing fine a moment ago. I. Just I don't even know what was. Not sure. Well, we're kind of like thinking about you you have. Your opening your your default. Clearing the COBWEBS and showing the audiences, what they are throughout the world with really want is some of your productions that you've done over the years you during the witches of East Bay which. You know play on the witches of Eastwick, which kind of deals with. Women of a certain age and how they feel. That that's what you doing. Accuser. So used to hear that all the time this leg. I thought that you were just like you know any the the average gay guy going through his. You know mid life crisis. Interesting thing right. 'cause we live in a consumer society and we sort of been making money or being taught or whatever to not embrace aging and to look at the aging palace as something to be feared. Sometimes. Abhorred emphasis on the. When. You're eighteen. They'll tell you when you're over twenty six nobody wants you then you need S. Over thirty nobody wants you then your early thirties forties death if you're gay and then this comes you know the goal and then you get those ages and you're just like I'm just as fierce as I was back then. Yeah I mean in some in some ways. I would argue that maybe you're fiercer. I think that well, culturally right it's it's not in every culture. Is there sort of this idea of growing old being a bad thing, but it's definitely an American idea for sure or Western young and then I think if you are queer especially a gay man, you know we we adopted so many of the worst parts of. Misogyny. And so we apply that to each other and then I i. Yeah. I think for a lot of queer men sadly. It's a real thing. It's a real problem. Well, it even like in talking about intergenerational relationships or even like you know if you are somebody who is above the age of thirty and you're at a bar and you start flirting with somebody, you know this is the thing is like a lot of these twenty year old tw- inks are hit me on the hookup APPs but out in public, there are like there goes all thousand. And I met you were sending me or Dick Pic last week are you talking to your little secrets? We go out in public. Worrying a mask. Anymore. I'm really loving the mask culture because finally. People to see my face and they can. Say. They just don't even see it. Well, it's like it's like a facelift in sunway tooth kissing goodbye nobody knew. What you're doing you're you're giving into those those ideas of you know this negative ideas about aging. This is about like you know for years we've heard Middle Eastern women. I really like hiding my face and feels very comfortable. People are after. Them they not to stare at me Yes yes. Yes. We're the mask sunglasses like ray bans with mirrors on them and sometimes even a little bike helmet or a hat. So I'm basically just a robot out perfect on everybody just staring at you know staring at anything I want without repercussions about like when you're like totally like staring at a guy is like in you're wearing the mask he can't see when you like licking your lips underneath the mash. Literally drooling once in a while might might mask. The wetness comes through but. Like little, otherwise they how do they know and this is a this is good for straight men to know this like when you're not when you're a straight guy and you think you're too cool for the mask, all of us gaze wearing masks we're just. Per serving on you so hard. With that information. Jim and I see this guy and I'm just like Oh my God he's so bad. He's just like. A moment your way and I'm just like, yes. In the way my heart. Yeah it's true. You're right. You're right. That we should we should probably get back to the which is. How generous of you? To open the show with such such an amazing plug for this upcoming online screening that we're doing, and it's true that that show in a way was about I mean I talked to cocoa and chat about the fact that we were. Older Queens and that that's what the show was going to be about. So you're right. That is what the show is about. It's about is this all there is kind of thing but he ever since I've known Coco Cocos characters been this cool hip tell it like it is. You know Aunty in the Bronx who's like doesn't Old Lady for thirty years and this is why we called got dress up in drag I. think at least for me when I was in my early twenties, it was like, Hey, you can be whoever you want to be for the rest of your life as long as you can get a shake and go wig like Coca Peru and. They'll make it. How did you get cocoa to like actually change wigs because you know she's wearing Like she has. A demented Jan Brady. I guess I get you. We this was the first show. We've ever done together and we had been. In some comedy shows together doing drag Queens of comedy and she passing Lee said like, why haven't you ever asked me to be in one of your shows and I was like Well I mean you never I I I just can't imagine
CNN's Brooke Baldwin praises Biden during Kenosha visit: He's trying to fight for 'the soul of this nation'
"To Joe Biden's Kenosha visit was entirely predictable, and the drool cups were out, not just for them, but also for Joe Biden have to catch his rule. CNN's Brooke Baldwin listen to her reaction to Joe Biden doddering round in a church while apparently handing like scripted pieces of paper. Two people to ask him questions. This is Here's Brooke Baldwin going Full Jay Carney never go full. Jay Carney Point by point by point on his notes, You know, just just questions concerns from from folks there who have been able to speak up about you know the Children and education of mental helmets and health and then a prison system. But I want to go back just briefly. I mean, obviously he's there in the wake of the Jacob Blake shooting. He's not with the family today, and he was mentioning Charlottesville and again, You know, when Joe Biden announced he wanted to run for president, what did he say He wants to fight for the soul of this nation, And that is precisely what he is trying to do in making his case to become The next president of United States. That is precisely what he's doing. Well, I mean, wow, wow. She is so impressed. She was so impressed. I never would have printed that from a CNN anchor never would have predicted anything remotely like that. So Brooke Baldwin doing the heavy lifting their.
Biden to visit Kenosha tomorrow
"Joe Biden plans to visit Wisconsin tomorrow after days of unrest following the police shooting of Jacob lake bite instructor could no show comes after president trump was there yesterday and came down squarely on the side of the law enforcement amid violent protests without mentioning either Blake or underlying racial tensions these are not acts of peaceful protest but really the mastic terra the president and Biden had been drooling over who will make America safer what the president warning of chaos under bite and Biden's saying the violence now is on the president's watch his office says Biden and his wife will hold a community meeting and make another stop Sager made Donnie Washington
The Mopar Hunter's Top 5 Of The Week
"What Mope aren't suzy. We are back again for another fun filled episode of talking Mo- Pars and I've got some good news my project. Art is finally getting an engine. Unfortunately it's not the fifty one that I had hoped for because that engine is still at the machine shop dead in the water for monetary reasons. But I'm so anxious to get behind the wheel of this dart that I've actually decided to hold off on the big box walk for now. I have most of the small block parts. Still with the exception of the engine and transmission. So I actually had a buddy reach out to me about the seventy one charger. I was looking at saying that he had a three eighteen and nine hundred four that he was just looking to give away so he generously donated that engine and transmission to the new cars. And the new. 'cause IS TO DART on the road before I go out acquiring any other projects I gotta get the ones. I have on the road with that being said. I've got a project right now with this little three eighteen and I'm just trying to dress it up a little bit and give it a little bit more go crazy. I just want to make it a little bit fun okay. The engine project that I have now is called project free eighteen because it is a three eighteen and free. So that's what I'm up to. I'm just gathering parts trying to find good deals and it's funny because I posted this cheesy ad was a wanted poster. Ernest said basically wanted small block. Par- parts you know. Cheap is good and free great and there was one guy who's like. Oh better. Get a small block Chevy. Nothing in the Mo- par world is cheap. But here's the thing he's wrong because I've gotten plenty of cool stuff for free or next to free or really cheap. Just based on the fact that I'm a nice guy and I guess I've been fortunate that I've ran into such cool people in the mobile world and unfortunately for that guy. Apparently he's run into a bunch of jerks that are just out for money which you know there are a lot of people like that and the Mo- park immunity unfortunately but you know thankfully I haven't run into any of them. I've ran into some really cool people and they've given me some really good deals so I'm not complaining on that front and I'm still getting the deals I just acquired an intake and a carb and I've got some really cool vintage valve covers and I'm just having fun with this car now. I've got everything I need to throw together and have a ratty little small blocked art and that's all I want. The shiniest parts on the start are going to be the wheels and tires because I have brand new bef. Gta's and Krieger SS for it. So you know it is what it is. I'm GonNa have fun with it and hopefully you guys will be along for the ride. I'm going to try to get some of that content up on Youtube here sooner rather than later so you guys can follow along on a little bit more of a visual level. So that's what I'm up to now. Let's get this show on the road. Like I said in the introduction folks we've got to listeners stories and I'm GonNa Sandwich our segment called high performance parts in between both stories justice which things so our first listener story comes from Shane. Taylor here. Is Shane Story? Hey Chris my dad has always had cool cars and trucks for much of my life. He's made a living off of hunting down deals and then flipping them. I'm now in my late twenties own a house and financially stable as a congratulations or as my dad says early inheritance. He said I could have any one of my choosing. I had the choice between fully restored. Nineteen seventy-nine Camaro RS s with a pretty radical three eighty three stroke or a fully restored Purple Nineteen fifty-six Plymouth Savoie or a dusty old red and black nineteen fifty five Plymouth Belvedere that didn't run and was missing the rear window which is apparently traded for a brick that sat in the backseat. I took the fifty six savoie because it was in the best condition and would need the least amount of work. It was perfect. Because I don't know a ton about working on cars but I love detailing although this is probably the most valuable car. It had a few drawbacks. The car was restored in the nineties and was overdue for another restoration in the near future. The interior was badly stain and fading. The paint was getting rest bubbles and there was a lot of custom work done that was very obviously trendy a couple decades ago but not anymore the worst part though it had a three fifty small block. Chevy. Don't get me wrong. My family was GM all the way. Unless there was a MO- part deal to be found. My Dad even warned me that when I took it I couldn't hang out with the Mo guys or else I'd be chastised. He said apart by the fifties chevrolets at shows and don't talk about the car more than need be after all. The car had no signs of make other than the aluminum. Plymouth play under the door when open so most people thought it was a chop fifty seven Chevy. Once I got it I started doing research on the forward. Look Mo- parts and I fell in love the more I looked at him. The more disappointed became with fifty six mash up with Chevy engine. Ford Rerun Nineteen Ninety. Eight Ford Escort Royal Plum. Paint which looked great. But I just can't stand forwards and Tacky customisations. I found myself eyeing the faded beaten up Belvedere that my dad had sitting in a shop. It had one around the title and had gone to his surviving kin. It was easily ninety percent original so I started drooling after I to educate myself on these classics after a week of having the Purple Plymouth. I called Dad and told him I made a mistake. I detailed the Savoie and send it back to him. Any happily gave me the bus at fifty five after all he had been offered up to ten thousand four and only paid fourteen hundred for the non running Belvedere. Although it wasn't a smart financial decision was the right thing to do and I couldn't be happier. We really to a local shop that specializes in classic. Mo- parts have the clutch rebuilt as well as some brake work done. Once I got a new six volt battery hooked up. It started and ran great. Save for some smoke. Every light on the car worked perfectly and the more I looked around through the scattered parts in the interior and trump the more original parts. I found for it now. There runs in drives learning and working on finding parts for these is a very expensive scavenger hunt. But it's fun to work on such a neat piece of history even though I live two hours from my dad. It's brought us closer together because I'm always sending in pictures of things. I've probably messed up and calling him for help. I look forward to restoring beauty overtime. The Right Way and going to car shows with him even if we can't park next to each other Shane. Thanks for sending in your story I've been wanting to do some forward look content and your story kind of inspired me to get Looking into what I want to cover an hi Wanna go about doing it. I actually have a guest lined up. That is pretty deep in the forward look community. But I haven't really scheduled him in yet so I gotta get a hold of him and figure out when we can get him on the show. Because like I said and like I've been saying this show is for all aren't disease that includes a forward look the modern era everything in between and I'm GONNA stick to my word. We will cover the antique stuff like the really really old stuff. We're going to cover the forward. Look we're going to cover it all or at least we're gonNA give it our best shot so look forward to that very cool story. I'm glad that you chose at least a MO- par over the Chevy. That makes you a lot cooler in my book and let me just say this. A car enthusiasts first and foremost but I am a Mo- par guy so I respect all cool cars but there's just something about Mo- parts that gets me going so when I take shots at Ford and Chevy guys you know nothing personal. It's all in good fun. Okay now back to Shane Story. It's good to hear that you're getting into Mo- pars and cars in general it's something fun to learn and you sound like you're really motivated to gear project on so that's really cool in. Hey a fifty. Five Belvedere is pretty cool in my book. So keep me posted on your project. Buddy thanks for sending in your story I really WanNa see pictures of this car and see how far you belong. Maybe you can call in and give me some tips to pass along the people because I get people asking me about forward look cars and where to find parts and all this and a lot of stuff you know. I try my best but I don't own a forward look cars. I'm not too deep in that world and I know there's people out there that own those cars and start finding really good resources and stuff so anybody out there actually not just. Shane knows any good places to go forward. Look stuff let me know if you know someone. That's really deep in the forward. Look each that's one aspect of mope our history that I admittedly don't know very much about but I love those cars. I think are really cool and I'll take. I'll take anything in the forward look era over fifty seven Chevy any day but that's me and that's not to say the fifty seven chevies aren't cool but hey forward look parts or cooler. Proven wrong Shane once again. Thank you for sending in your
Is Real Reality Hidden
"I'm your host Alex Karras and today we welcome Anthony Peak back to skeptical to talk about his new and quite amazing book the Hidden Universe in investigation into non human intelligences a book. That is very much about these extended consciousness realms that we talk so much about on this show Anthony as many of you know is not just a very accomplished author and speaker but as someone who truly in every way that I can tell seems to be a researcher. Seeker that is someone who you get the feeling that is really trying to get somewhere with this stuff. And isn't just writing books which are very entertaining and bring us all along on his journey but that this is really a path of discovery for. Anthony and I really appreciate that his latest. The Hidden Universe is no exception. It's packed not just with amazing accounts and stories that you're going to be quite surprised that you've never heard about before but it's also packed with a lot of cutting edge science. That Anthony believes backs up his theories. Now one of the thing I should mention and that is that Tony peak is not someone who's afraid to stick his neck out there regarding his theories and I kinda liked that really because if you really listen to what he's saying I think what he's saying is not that he has all the answers but more that it must somebody sticks a stake into the ground and says hey it's not just about stories. Here's what I think this stuff leads to unless somebody does that. We can't really pull it apart so we all realize that we're probably wrong about all this stuff that the greatest minds of thought about since as long as there's been a human being on this planet but I do appreciate that. He's willing to stick his neck out there and say. Hey here's how I think it all fits together so anthony. It's great to have you back. Thanks so much for joining me. Great to be chatting Te- again Alex. I've been looking forward to this. Pretty good. And thanks for a wonderful introduction. The that's a really hard act to follow. I have to say that. Thank you for it but you totally deserve it. I mean so I tell you what. Let's dive into the book. I love this quote that really Kinda resonates with something. We all know to be true but we can forget until a book like this comes along and reminds us and that is throughout recorded history the belief that humanity shares this planet with a variety of other sentient beings has been persistent. I mean if you want to start from there if you want to start anywhere you like tell us about the book the Hidden Universe. Yeah no that that is. That's quite correct. And that's being my my overall reasons writing this book. Book I think has been inside me since the mid nineteen sixties. It's it's the book I've probably always wanted to write. Because in mid nineteen sixty S I came down with a double pneumonia during that period. I had a series of very profound to loose nations going through the crisis. Pneumonia and at that time even my twelve year old mind. I was fascinated by the nature of the hallucinations received. That were these things. nations internal generated or whether mixture. Both and it's very much as being something. That is intrigued me all through my Brighton career. Because time and time again I come across people who encounter ends in differing circumstances in OB estate in Dreaming States people who encounter entities during closing campuses of the third kind ending. Play developing close encounters of the Moments I the seems to be an awful lot of information out there but what? Nobody's I think is trying to do. Well it's not true. I mean I'm not originally Jackley trying to do it. Many years ago and various other writers over the years tried struggling through history as to what events debate on. This is what I try to do now. I very much. I mean you Coul- my ideas a theory also or high policies. I'd probably sites educated speculation because these things we can never actually know and we can never really asked them working with people trying to test these things but the basic base to the book is just if people have extraordinary experiences encounter entities that seemed to having been existing so then can we build up a neurological model. Can WE BUILD UP A PSYCHOLOGICAL MOBILE? And can we build knowledge comodal to actually explain things all? And that's what I intend to do in the book. Tell us more though. Because that's that's a good starting point but the book really jumps in with both feet about the entirety of this extended realm. That does seem to crop up all over the place. So whether it's magic and spirits and Shamans like you said or whether it's after after life experiences in near death experiences or whether it's the experiences I mean you do kind of take us through this history in order to get us to the point of some of the breakthrough science that you think is influencing you the most right now. So where do you WanNa start with that? I I think the magic and spirits and Shamans thing is something that's really interesting because it grabs a lot of people's attention right now. There's a lot of people really interested in magic right now. A lot of people. Really Interested in the occult right now and I gotta say. I think that we haven't quite thought that through all the way particularly if we mashed into simulation theory and afterlife near death stuff. I mean there's just so many things to pull apart here. Tony hardly know where to begin. So I'm kind of looking. I'm happy to do that. The the first thing I'd like to make a point is the kind of the starting point. The starting price of the book involves inexperienced. Mother had when she was starting to develop out signs and one day. She phones me can. She said she experienced a very strange incident on her way. Onto the local village that we used to live in name livable and she said that she walking with my aunt. My aunt sold tie shoelace. When my aunt Stein tying issue my mother looked up and said what she described to saying a smoke ring. Hong Hovering over local local factory. She then said the smoke ring salty to revolve then shut off towards North Wales unjustly. Won't she scene and I said well you know I don't really know him you know she's not into. Ufo should never have these not the kind of thing she's ever been interested in James Lady and then unless we'll worry about it and she didn't have two or three days in the morning feed as she phones. We opening statements of absolute terror. Now she's woken up in the middle died This you know she. She said she couldn't. She moved properly but she was looking towards the door of bedroom. Now she lives alone. She's away now. What is important here? The important caveat is that she'd lost heroin with malignant melanoma many is before and Harare. She was developing various problems so she was partially science which is important. As as I'm involved with this. She said she looked towards the bedroom. Two bedroom door was an end she. She's fingers around the edge of the veteran Dole and this creature pods head round the door. She described it on. The description is uncanny. She said large black is like insect. She had two holes for nose and a slit from mouth and looked at her and dodge FAC. As if you know seen her she wakes up and she said Tony what did I say and I say well. It's intriguing I. I really don't know them because I didn't want to worry her clearly. In a state of hip Negi ornamental. Punks anesthetic sleep paralysis. Her Dole's perception and broken down to such an extent that she was a seeming. Something that ordinarily alternate Circumstance experienced of it and of course of the book cover of the way straight communion. Because it was it was a classic right it was an all CGI type will gray now. I started to research into this world were when I started to really quite interesting. Facts like for example in twenty seventeen in northern India Louis caved in India Tango. Being ten thousand years they call been dated various things to note. This was the case and the creatures that are depicted in this cave creature my mother. So then he'd go. On Your Graham Hancock congratulating books events natural and then they see describes his own experiences in the shelter in the Here again. We have very similar creatures. That are actually drooled on the cave wall now. What intrigues me? Here is that there's an elderly lady in in the UK. There are people in India under people in Southern Africa. And then again Graham. Hancock says itself. You know you look at a last caves and you look at Pash Mel everywhere else. These these entities seems to be everywhere of the counterargument today sees a well. You know they. They were more expensive than we were these people. They didn't know how to drool pro bowl. They would doing idealization xlt now. The argument doesn't stand up for me because these these ancest- these ancestors of the brain's rejected the same sizes. Clearly that you had to be Faisal and and other animals soclean whatever they were doing. It was not just an abstract. It was something more.
Rules of contagion - meet a mathematician at the frontline of the COVID-19 fight
"I remember seeing some of those early signals which were just really just the signs that we don't like to see in the early stages of an outbreak that we had this evidence transmission. We had evidence the the some infections maybe weren't being detected. We had transmission before people had severe symptoms which which meant the company down. And like we did. I was going to be really difficult and I remember. Seeing somebody data on how much transmission was with my owed or Muslims who was Simpson's appeared and I just remember just being compete. Used on thinking. This is going to be so so difficult to control. Associate Professor Adam Kucharski and colleagues working in real time right now to track the virus outbreak to understand how it spreads and what we can do to halt it or minimize. It's impact and you might be surprised to hear that he's not a biologist. He's a mathematician and an epidemiologist with the Santa Fe mathematical modeling of Infectious Diseases at the London School of Hygiene and tropical medicine and he's worked on some big ones. The avian flu outbreak in China Ebola in West Zeqir in French Polynesia Dinghy in the Pacific and in a bizarre bit of publishing timing. He's new book. Just at is called the rules of contagion. Why things sprayed and why they stop at joins you and I from London via skype. It's been a very busy two months for US. Really kind of the early stages trying to get a sense of how. This thing was transmitting just trying to get. Some basic information really started from scratch in tons of understanding. We'll teach drool another place but then realizing that You know there are oversee with any outbreak elements that they're going to be unpredictable. As Trans Continued. We moved mobile to trying to just get some sensible situations in different countries. All this analogy differences and looking at different scenarios of going forward if we have these measures going in war factor they having this money work on quantify the impact in China. Does that? Leave us now? Where intentionally the most effective strategies we take to ensure that this thing doesn't continue to spread. You have studied infectious diseases for many years. In fact you actually started out in the finance arraigner gather and then skipped over using your mathematical talents to to going to epidemiology. Could you have imagined in your lifetime that you would see an event like this happen? That would have such a widespread impact. Was it just a matter of time? I think we always had a pandemic talk all our concern in UK. And then if you stop the register government stuff a really long time and a novel Groin of Iris. Given what we know about Soz modes is always been a concern. But I think to be in this situation Coppee e Would've US I mean as you mentioned that over time and finance and that was during the two thousand eight financial classes overseas. That questions had huge ramifications. But I think we're in a similar situation here where we obviously work a lot on infectious disease dynamics in the control measures we try and give ce`namas useful to understand what's going on in and make decisions but I think the the social implications of us very easy inamoto to say we're GonNa look at what happens if everyone is Three or four months but that has enormous social psychological economic indications. I think that's really important to see the real life impact on family and and people who might feel more isolated. I think gate really does highlight. How difficult these decisions are we are asking so much of people potentially for such a long period of time to bring on the control these incredible. What range of frontlines? You're working on right now. Where the data's coming from you're doing analysis of the people that were infected on the the cruise ship the diamond princess that was docked off the coast of Japan. You've taken data right from the very beginning of breaking Wuhan to look at fatality transmission from Wuhan Incredible Range of France that. You're working on a yeah. We're really trying to make the best use of of the day to is. We can help in the movie hunt analysis in February those a slowdown in cases in China. And the time. There's a lot of speculation in the media. Is that genuine slowdown hit casting capacity to meals. You have spike when they change the reporting criteria. I'm about weakened to February what we were doing looking at a number of other days so says well. For example how many cases had paid in other countries to travel hit history to an evacuation flights? In in early February we looked the prevalence of infection the flights and tried to estimate what that tells us about the outbreaks. I think really in this situation. You never have the perfect to you have a loss of quite scrappy. Noisy delayed in perfect data. And you have to try and bring them together in a way that allows you to get back to idea online picture in pulling all the numbers together from all the different sites all the different transmission pathways of this pandemic of this virus in real time data. Die As you are. Is there an interesting or picture? Emerging for you in relation to this pandemic this particular virus because of course you have tracked Ebola in west Africa Dangi in different parts of the world size. So you have a real sort of sense. Fine tune sense of the nature of epidemics end subsequently pandemics things that really stands out with this Early growth pattern of this outbreak. When there's not stringent control in place is really similize scenes between countries across over a dozen countries. I'm over the last month. We've seen very very similar rates of growth suggests that the the infections potential to spread nip population. That doesn't have good control in place is really kind of universal. And it's not the case you've got some countries that just aren't GonNa be we know. These lockdown measures worked in China. But at the moment we don't have a clear evidence base to anything like that can really be sufficient in many countries to tell these outbreaks. So we'll transition takes off quite crude tooling tons of down seems to be the only one which is really reducing transmission. Yeah that's extraordinary. What distinguishes say Taiwan and South Korea? Then from a country like Singapore because I of course we're able to get on top of transmission really early and I stand out now in the world yet and it's been a few differences between will this country so for example career. It was really extensive. Testing booster the early outright was was quite geographically concentrated they had that massive action events in places like Singapore Taiwan that had is kind of tracing at risk as you get moving more imported cases it does become more difficult because data movable was GonNa Push. I mean we do. I'm Hong Kong with slightly different. 'cause they had Distancing Measures Leon but again I've seen last few week We have last week the They all increasing numbers in has been suggestions from from some people on huckle knew that may be some element of fatigue because these measures happened in place for a couple of months ago. Schools preemptively at a religious illustrates the difficulty the evening countries. That done an incredible job. Reducing transmission are still eventually ended up in this situation where they're having to take most measures. Yes in Hong Kong is exhausted. It's been dealing with MSA. Months of Ineffective Social Revolution they social aspects of contagion. Really fascinate you. And this is such a weird time had to be releasing you your new book. The rules of contagion why things spread and why they stop. It's almost as if you publishes had big plans for you. It's it's been very surreal and even just revisiting the book Talk about the next pandemic and and reflexive it's valuable nets as is strange to see some of those themes Nine about a while Play out but not just in terms of defection itself also the contest about kind of misinformation line in the structure of how that works and what we've seen his follow that pretty closely in terms of of some of the dynamics outlined the book
Why do we do the potty dance?
"We are listener question from Stewart. Who Asks when you go to the bathroom? Why is it? That hopping or moving around helps assuage the urge. Great Question Stuart The PP dance. Perhaps the first dance move that everybody learns. It doesn't really make sense. Does it jumping and gyrating around. Seems like it would only put more stress on your full bladder making the urge to go even worse. But the urination and shuffle isn't a physical fix it's mental. It's what experts. Call a displacement behavior. Basically a helpful distraction when you're faced with a conflict like the a desire to p crossed with the desired. Not What your pants. Your brain may decide to distract you from the dilemma by making you do something totally unrelated animals do this to like when a dog's told to sit before it can have its bowl of kibble the conflict between wanting to eat and wanting to do what you say might lead it to yawn scratch or start grooming itself people likewise do these sorts of things in non bathroom situations to. Maybe you scratch your head or to your nails when you're faced with tough decision or check facebook when you're trying to decide aside whether to chat up a stranger at a party been there a big reason. This works though is that your urge to go can often be mental to. Your bladder is a muscular organ organ. That's tightly controlled by the brain. Most of the time your brain keeps the bladder muscle relaxed so it can hold urine all the while the bladder sends regular updates to the brain on how a full it is when it's time to go. The brain tells the muscle to contract and you urinate. But when you're in situations where you tend to use the facilities your brain can jump start this process assess when it's not necessary. It's like Pavlov's dog except instead of a dog drooling when it. Here's the dinner Bell. It's your bladder straining when it gets to the front door of your house. In extreme stream cases this can lead to accidents in the condition sometimes called latchkey incontinence experts. Say that the more you give into these false alarms the worst they can get had to train yourself out of needing to go the minute you get in the door. Try to use the bathroom before you head home so you know the urge is just in your head over time. You might have less of A. I need to do the dance in the first place.
Super Bowl Drew 102 Million Viewers
"It was a big night for fox to the Superbowl drool over one hundred million viewers system of audience grew from last year the match above the Kansas City Chiefs in the San Francisco forty Niners on fox brought in one hundred two million viewers according to Nielsen making this match up the tenth most watched Super Bowl in comparison last year's matchup between the Los Angeles rams New England Patriots drew an average of ninety eight point two million the Superbowl performance caps off the NFL's one hundredth anniversary which was up five percent in the
The U.K. finally leaves the EU — nearly 4 years after Brexit vote
"Get a better sense of how Europe is reflecting on this new period for the E. U. I'm joined by it down due to no Polish member of the European Parliament and someone on the parliament's brexit steering committee welcome down due to brexit is dominated your life as well for the past three years I imagine it's all about the future not the past though for you now is it no it's true that's what I have been saying from the very beginning but just let me say quite a bit of a mix of FedEx who I said this I just spoke after him and I told him that the only think I would indeed not be missing curry guarding the brexit is is listening to him because he forgot to mention that the contribution from U. K. to your budget was also is covering his and his brakes party costume being an impressive so that's also important to it remember but it's true that breaks it's practically since two thousand sixteen because it was happening in installments we have not yet done as you as you also know because we are in this implementation or as you say transition period when the European lowers the play but we are we are not already facing the what if you met us and what people were not asked about when they were going to have to vote in the referendum is is is indeed the future and future relationship and you okay and and you you will be our inter connected we are very close neighbors so why I was sort of on the line I also trusted to spare absolutely no effort on both sides to to avoid that brexit is also bringing emisoras making people pay for it so close relationship would be absolutely fundamental it's not clear at all now we don't know anything about the planned so feel prime minister that the board Johnson how he won three two two what kind of places he finally wants to create that I personally hope that these with body close also in the level of people to people when you say we we need to know where we might have diverging views on things and yeah a lot of that depends on the British government now and if you take recent clues they'll be diverging views on pretty much everything you are absolutely right so what I'm wearing face the full that it will affect people because we those in the future because we have some rain Germans and it was a dollar for those who are who comes here still and who are here but on the future we know that you can one of the most important headlines this to terminate the free movement of people that would bring Qalat off and a lot of icing problems for a foot for this relationship so I hope that he said the students would be safe that the searches would be safe from it from this and that we would find an agreement that would be non discriminating contested procreating fit ed they also the the benefits and rights and obligations sorry I am still optimistic that they would be with the my long term sinking in negotiating but the worst think we'd be in in free trade agreement which you know you it's more than forty percent of the Brits said to do it to the European Union market so you cannot just overnight a deposit from will do rules and standards because single market has it said demands I would say in terms of what what you say you have handled that's that's exactly the attitude I suspected Nigel for AJ and to an extent Boris Johnson would object to they'll saying actually we can absolutely yes you can and referred to all those things but it has a price also so you can you can continue to allow the small and mid sized businesses and in the UK and in Europe to to participate in the straight to be part of the importance supply chains but then of course you have to respect like we have to respect rules also here on the island you have to expect to lose if you want to to to be part of this of this big market so don't don't go anywhere just want to involve our other guests and he briefly in this how much of that sense of optimism Catherine briefly de do you preserve how much are we going to be able to still to come together I think it's going to be very difficult in the short term because short term is what we've got we've got less than eleven months to negotiate a trade deal a never before has a trade deal being done on the basis of de alignment rather than coming together so de alignment not complying with each of those rules and I think this is going to make it very difficult not least because of the E. you have insisted on what they call a level playing field terms level playing field means that the UK must comply with the E. U. rules on things like social matters but also crucially on state aids and for the UK government that may be unacceptable Kevin Jennings I wonder if you is an Irish citizen feels slightly drool in closer to jam due to is a fellow E. U. citizen now that there's this non E. U. gap in the middle of you geographically is doing the will be a lot more of a closeness probably because remember arms is the only country to share a long border with the E. U. now on to the U. K. on that we remain very much center stage to on the future negotiations between the even the UK the concerns here that persisted throughout the last three and a half years haven't gone away it's a it's a cliff edge avoidance rolled artificial dispone vault of the fifth age avoid is the concerns about a hard border remain here and there a big concerns about north aren't essentially being brought have some would argue being dragged out of the E. U. against its will and I want nothing changes tonight there's a lot to work I've disorder ranges between the north and the rest of the UK in the months ahead and yes to answer your question Paul I think what we always felt very close to the E. U. I think perhaps even close and I were quite isolated not being an island off the rest of Europe and and with Britain in between also New York how can cut themselves off from the wood it will bring myself even closer to Europe again the new to in terms of the negotiations to come over the next eleven months there is a dominant partner isn't that we can't ignore that and if Britain does want agreement it does it is within your power the rest of the E. U. that is discover the whole thing you can say look unless you let us in your fishing waters were not even continuing this but you know exactly you this is not our attitude to eat we indeed believe that if if it's just we we want to be close with you because we appreciate also which is never discussed here how much you pay over those forty seven years has contributed to the European integration I was always shocked because U. K. was with the creator actually in the main contributor to single market which is this common market without borders on site and then all of a sudden you come was a red line which is first of all to leave the single market so come how can you explain that I sing just only by the lack of understanding what it what it is all about so we will do everything to have those close relations but we have of course also limits we cannot just sort of sacrifice and four hundred to whatever fifty or sixty million people just to to to please the card back to gears so like yes having a lingering affection for the UK and I can sense that you do have it's it's nice to hear by the way but that's not going to make much difference when it comes to hard negotiations you have you have the greater interest that hall absolutely which would be it would be hard to would be difficult we have to remember that of course you opinion also becomes smaller as UK has become smaller because U. K. many people do not realize that part of the power of the importance of the weight of U. K. was also coming from the fact that you were part of our big a community of Europeans so weak thank you know I trust that there would be a that would be sort of what's not only good political will which is extremely important but also understanding even because just political a desired and maybe existentialist problem for many colleagues here on this side of the island but I think talking about future uses three sinking about the the the next generations and and this is absolutely fundamental so I hope that there would be an approach of redefining something it would be beneficial and that would have a good balance social for heights and yes I thought a trust but a lot depends on the politicians so we have to and did that thank you for coming on the program that is a is a Polish member of the European Parliament this is the BBC world
Microsoft releases Surface Duo preview
"Microsoft is nearing the release of its dual screen devices the surface neo and the surface duo. You may remember these from last year. Oh you bet I do and apparently do 'cause is your like really excited right now as such. It now has announced new dual screen preview. SDK's of course so that developers can begin to prepare for for this Microsoft infused dual screen world So you know if you are a developer and you WanNa Kinda get a head start on developing for for the duo which is the android dual screen device that Everybody was was Doing flips over last year. There's a preview. SDK For or the surface duo has native Java. API's that support dual screen development so the developers can get started android emulator with surface duo image preview. That's integrated graded into android studio for testing android APPs. That way. You know. This doesn't come out in. Your APP doesn't scale across both screens properly or does something thing really weird which is probably going to be pretty easy to do yes exist be having some issues at kickoff. Yeah absolutely and and even if everybody's prepared it's probably GonNa Happen anyways. I and then apparently on February eleventh Microsoft is going to really do a pre release version of the windows. SDK To support this native windows. API is for dual screen development Microsoft. Emulator that actually supports and stimulates the dual screen device. This for APP interactions. Same thing there but I think what really caught my eye on this was that Zach Boden from windows. Central All took the surface duo emulator surface. Do of course is the android device so took the the new releases that support the surface duo and the android emulator I been released two minutes of footage of kind of how APP interactions look at this current state. It's not perfect little buggy but it really shows you like how things move fluidly between both screens and how all that works and then join us day day hurt. Hope I'm pronouncing his last name on twitter. He's a product design. Zayn and visualization expert. Took that video file output and embedded into a still of the surface duo. So you start to did a sense of what was going to operate when it comes out and I. I don't know it's pretty cool to watch kind of how things kind of fluidly move from one side to the other. There's a there's a part where you know you're on the home screen and the bottom row. Pin DICONSA stretched out like right now and then when something comes up on one screen those icons all kind of shift over on one screen and a nice fluid manner This is more than we've seen yet. Absolute farce how this works so what we saw. We saw someone hold up a thing and then they said holiday twenty twenty and then they put it away so this is this is a lot. Yeah totally so yeah. I'm intrigued. I'm I'm curious to know how you feel about dual screen devices space away now. I'm super pumped about this. When anti covered the The the windows event where they announce new hardware and of the hardware these Neo Duo were part of it. I was already excited I think it it was called. Was it the courier project. That windows did many millennia ago. I remember just drooling over. Think it was like a youtube video Watching watching it over and over again and just wanting this dual screen device that they had created at the time and that got shelved got put away got tucked away on the late to it. I'll put it in the dock for excellent John and I wanted it to exist so much and now you know seeing the neo and duo and being happy with what Microsoft has done in hardware. As of late I actually have faith that the company can deliver on a Well done device and I'm pumped about it. I think it'll be interesting. And so yeah I dunno I seen this actually have And I think it's going to be ruled out to developers soon just more pushes forth the idea that yes this definitely will be a device that's going to exist and other actively working on it and it's holiday twenty twenty Might actually be a great estimation of tech. So yeah I'm I'm pumped and end. I can't wait to see even more as more developers get their hands on it and start working on These devices yeah I I really hope I. It's Microsoft so I have to imagine and they're gonNA come out of the gate with something that's really solid. As far as this is concerned but I'm also an Android user and I know that over Mike My life confusing android my adult life using android there are a lot of things that promise to be really cool and sometimes that works out and sometimes it just ends up being kind of Clue G. and kind kind of feels broken or unfinished or whatever since Microsoft is driving. This maybe maybe I should have a better kind of more positive outlook on it. Then an and and I kinda do I think Microsoft probably going to be able to pull this off pretty well But I'm still like slightly hesitant like okay. Maybe it just sounds like a great idea but then once you get your hands on it. It's not quite as cool as you think it's going to be but I think it's it's I love to see the different. The different
Medicine in the Middle Ages
"Jack Hartnell joins joins us now. He is normally at the University of East Anglia but he joins us from Pasadena much better weather there. And he is the author of a new book called Medieval Bodies Life Life and death in the Middle Ages. Jack thanks for being here. Thank you so much for having me. Let's just begin with the question of what was different about the human body and the way in which it lives in died in the Middle Ages compared with now. Well that's the big question. I guess the question that runs through the whole of the book I guess the first thing to say is that what we think of as the Middle Ages even just the terminology that we use to describe this period as a kind of sandwich he won one in seems to refer to time after what people and history of until after the kind of the chief of ancient Greece in Rome so maybe the period begins around the five hundred and something before the rebirth. The release on same ideas in the fifteenth century or the Sixteenth Century depending on where we're talking about in Europe so we're talking about the whole of the tanks in Europe the Middle East North Africa so basically the world around the Mediterranean for the best part of a thousand years so that's a lot of different people different cultures and a lot of different approaches to the body. Potentially one of the things that I think. It's really important when we talk about. This field is to acknowledge that the difference in in in fact what's happening say in Europe and this is potentially very very different conceptually to what's happening in other parts of the world as well so we try and be quite focused in what I think and write about but broadly speaking again one of the interesting things is where we go to try and learn more about what is actually relatively misunderstood moment in the past so also a different kind of written sources that we can turn to but one of the things I'm particularly interested in as an historian is he's the kind of other kinds of traces of the body and it's kind of a cultural prominence might leave in visual culture immaterial culture and also we might. Let's turn with colleagues Bioch- Eulogy to actual physical remains of humans to find also two different things so to answer your question what the body is or how people can see who it really depends on some ways way. You'll look. I'm looking right now at the cover of the US addition. And it's a really Kaushal. I put it bloodless depiction in a way of kind of gory. Amputation of a leg and a replacement presumably with a with a wooden lag as conducted by what looks to be religious men but also with the assistance of several angels one of sort of carrying the dead lower limb away and the fellow. This is being done to is lying. There is closed his head kind of wrapped wrapped up. What are we seeing here? And there's no blood there's no blood so it's a really interesting image and one of the reasons why we wanted to put on the cover of the. US Edition. Was it really sums up all of the many different complicated. I cost me so I was just talking about so the image is actually from an altarpiece so a large wooden panel painted in oil paint made in Spain probably the very end of the fifteenth century and sometime in the fourteen ninety S. We think it's actually in the wellcome collection in London which is an amazing collection of history of medicine. And as you say you have these two men seemingly go about an attention This isn't a normal amputation. Things that's really important to say. And this comes up with the end of the book this object in discussions of amputation in various kinds of medieval surgery array European medieval surgery. especially is that Hudson. Petitions were very rarely on taken. This is a moment in which medical the efficacy of surgery in particular Akilah especially what we considered to be serious surgeries things like I'm petitions. It's not something that's often attempted. It's known to be very dangerous and often very unsuccessful zestful and so in a sense. This imports the world of kind of ill health from a more secular world and places instead in a spiritual one so the two people who are undertaking. This miraculous surgery are in fact. Saints the pair of Dr Saints Cosmas and Damian who are often identified identified as a pair in European medieval Christian would actually in Byzantine just. Wow they're very popular science in the Byzantine world so in and around the eastern Europe and Greece in. What is today Turkey in the Middle East and they are two doctors who were became kind of early saints of the Christian Church and often figures amongst many other things biggest biggest who appealed to in times of heating and this is actually story that's taken from the miracle narratives which surround these two saints and the story goes like this guy has has some kind of problem with his leg? Some text described as a cancerous growth others as a much more kind of irritation of the skin of the see. It may be as Almost a kind of deadening of the leg either way is like is in trouble and he falls asleep one night and dreams that he is visited by these these two saints who take Lenk Im. PT With The kind of stories talk about golden instruments and kind of be useful very unscaled instruments. That's right delicate. Fine things with the assistance of angels and replace it with a wooden like as it does maybe seemed like but actually with the leg of an African man who had died the previous day This leg is miraculously grafted on. And surely enough the man awakes to discover that his leg has in fact been amputated and it was. It wasn't necessarily a dream or wasn't dream it's been made real upon waking and he goes and continues to pay homage to the saints in. Thanks so it gives us a really interesting idea All firstly the practicalities of some parts of medieval medicine. People are aware it's dangerous to do this kind of thing so the fact that is successful is in itself a miracle but the very idea that we're talking talking about miracles and medicine as being a spiritual concern. I think drools back to to thinking a little bit about how in some ways similar today but in some ways right differently today especially in the often heavily religious context of the late Middle Ages how healing could be seen kind of boldly health and sickness could be seen as the physical moral spiritual so one to which we tend to a doctor a real life doctor physician or surgeon or apothecary or midwife but also in the Middle Ages to our spiritual limits of curious. It's quite striking image and mom which puzzled as interesting things together
An Interview with Jason Watkins of 'The Crown'
"My next. Guest is a legendary and award winning actor of the big and the small screen. You can currently find him in his fantastic portrayal of Wilson in the crown. Please welcome Jason Walk Ins Jason. So happy to be talking to you today loveless tote you thank you for inviting me on the show. Yeah I mean I'm so blessed to have you on you know I I have to say to you before we get into the real meat and potatoes of your career and life here. I'm starting to believe that. Only great people are born in October. I think this is is true and it does take. It takes a long time for people other months to really understand this. Of course we all know over here in fact we say every day here in the UK said that people born up there by Just blasted more special than in other months. But you know I I don't WanNa put anybody else stateside but it is a truism that we're all gonna come to terms I I. I am an October sixteenth. I know you're in October. So it's twenty yes so it is. Yeah and I also have to say that you know and this is you know I really feel. I feel like my guests that come on from England and Canada. There's an unmatched kindness. Not that that's not to say that my American guests or other guests or not. But I feel like there's a kindness there that it's really unmatched. Yeah I yeah I mean you'd have to ask Yeah I mean yes I think so. I mean nine MCI I mean my wife did say one of the reasons was that I was coined. I'd like to think that it was just meeting of the rest of ovulation of the UK. ORLANDI candidate Yeah I don't know where we tend to be. I don't know I think some think Americans ought to say what they think. And maybe we're a bit more guarded. We think denial but I think Americans are much more direct and I think Brits perhaps a bit more go round the houses a bit and we have have a different way into things but I think I will I I can be myself. I suppose I do. I do try and be kind of kind of this guy's a fairly long way. So yeah that's well said well said you know how how much of your before getting through some of the things I want to get into your. How much of your time during the course of your career have you spent in the states filming or or is it been mostly in England or UK in that area what spicy it must be in the UK in Spain Italy And in France briefly worked in the states downey honey. I've never done any filming face I've done plays in the states. Throw Shakespeare Company Many ago now but I've not taking taking that plunge and you know it would be nice to think that maybe something Kim crop up over there in the next couple of years. Maybe off the back of the crown but I I have a life here and I've lost two children and it's difficult to feel that I can jump on a plane but I am what I really would like to the states. And maybe you know maybe it now is the time but No offensive work. There says made that can happen at some point. It's not like you're when you have. You have unbelievable filmography. You know you have the doctor. Who Franchise James Bond Franchise so? It's not like you're not well known in the states. Just just a matter of time I would say Jayson and especially the right tragic income. Nothing's couple of pilots to come by and the couple might be worked out no works. How cold although wasn't sure about so you know I'm available America? Let's see what we love. You think so much incredible material. I mean we're producing some really good stuff after say in the UK. Just great stuff coming out of the states you know you eat succession for example is great. Show unbelievable those two. They're just fantastic stuff and so we know something like that would be a real adventure. There's no question there's no question and the good thing with forums and platforms like net flicks and Amazon prime. Is We get to see some of that work. That's created in England. Yeah I mean I know you've called ox is well. I think that that's redux available. Yes yeah and that's that's I just think it's just I think it was the launch before it most here but he had some new platforms. I think the IT's incredible. Isn't it how how hungry people often new content and And an author thing was really good. Is there such different worlds. That people being able to view things in different wells different times very unusual stories and I think I think perhaps micheals studios in classrooms realizing the The great the public do want to delve in D.. Talent different different wells and different the way different. People live and socialize. The way they work I and I think that's That's amazing really that the breadth of materialize is expanding as well as the content which I think is crucial capable guy. No Oh that's really well said it and not only that the opportunity for actors is now increased as well so we get to see a lot more accurate. We see more shows more creativity so yeah for for a whole bunch onto reasons. I'm so happy where we live in times that we do. Jason yes Golden Age Television. I think I mean net flicks particular work Investing investing love Monday in the UK. In shepperton studios. I think that you know they've they've purchased some of the sound stages armed Building new swell. So you you know this this It's a good time to act and to work in the industry. Yeah absolutely and you don't feel like you're not the first guest. I've had gone to the Royal Academy the Dramatic Art. I feel and I can't put my finger on who else but I know I've said this name that before. How big a part has that kind kind of making you into this refined actor? Obviously you're always learning but how much of a part to play in your life as an actor I mean without it. Could you be where you are today or was that kind of credit. A lot of into that. I think when you're young I mean I went there on US twenty and I think I was quite to from the suburbs fairly unanimous tickly. Didn't much I'm the I'm GonNa History in the story. So as bits of fresh-faced I and Competitive Country Bumpkin almost nothing. It just introduced lots of different things and different forms Taser and technical staff and also encouraged what I can do. Naturally I think what I did. Well L. Naturally I think he can Hans expanded and inspired me. Perhaps and so I think those things kind of stay with you. I mean I think that was a great. I mean I thank some of the teachers you know there were at a fantastic catch Washington mazing accent dialect teacher and I've been I still thank keep in touch with their. We'll see her into her and remember the kind of Tito whether she she's not age. When you're that young those things sort of stay with you I I mean actually I mean even before I went to Rawda defend his school and and I? I'm kind of a homeless person. The street and I was kind of improvising. Him and describes. It's my friend and he said why don't you just sort of improvised I'll draw you so. I ended up being before when Toronto doing these characters than while I was rod stiff fill characters take Haq's back to implying. he drool me so there was this kind of The memory of doing that was a weird. We stayed with me. I really enjoy character acting building different characters off the people on the street meet and they will kind of go in and also still. I'm still doing that all. These is later nothing rotter it. Kinda rationalized that gave us structure in a place that you can carry forward into your work
The Green and White Tin Grille That Inspired Me
"I've mentioned on this podcast that in addition to my project car dart not I also have a project truck a seventy six dodge d. one hundred and this is the story of a truck that I call low par by this portion of the episode. You probably already know that I call nineteen seventy to nineteen eighty dodge trucks tin grills. It's the affectionate name that was coined by my friend. Paul for these trucks and I've always liked him. But I never actually considered buying one for a project until I saw one at a car show. Oh that changed my mind entirely. It was the same month. That I started the Mope one hundred facebook page and I was at a good guys car show in Puyallup Washington when I saw a tin grill. That really really inspired me to get one for myself. I was going so these shows are so big that what I do. Typically unless something catches my eye I just focus on the Mo Mo par partaking pictures on sometimes talking owners so I was going Mo- part of Mo- par checking out the cars and taking pictures pictures when I saw a green and white tin grill. That had the coolest concept I had ever seen on an old dodge truck. What the owner did was he made? Aided a tribute to Mr norms grant spaulding dodge. And what I mean by that. Is He lettered this truck up to look like an old shop truck with weathered looking door or logos and other PATINA. Did you know weathered look lettering on the tailgate vendors in bed Another cool little detail was that he had the little grand spaulding style cartoon Ram on the Front of the fenders. So if you didn't know any better when you saw this truck you would think it was a legitimate truck. DOC from grand spaulding dodge so it looked like if Mr Norm had a shop truck or apart struck this is what he would drive for. This is what the parts runner would drive so for me. Being a big fan of Mr Norm and his work. I was absolutely blown away by this truck. It was so cool. I was just drooling over at taking pictures and just thinking to myself. Wow what an awesome idea and and it was executed so well the Patina on the lettering and just the truck as a whole was done very well and it remains one of my favorite trucks to this very day I briefly spoke with the owner and expressed my love for this truck to them and told them what an amazing you know. What an amazing build he accomplished? I actually thought it was a real Mr Norm truck like looking at it like you could have told me that. That's really really grand spaulding shop truck. I would have believed you. That's how good this was done. The owner of the truck. His name's Murray He's from British Columbia Canada. He came up with the concept and built the truck as a tribute to grant spaulding dodge and Mr Norm and let me just say that he absolutely nailed it. This truck was great. I would go as far as to say that. I've never been so affected by any other truck in my life all the trucks. I've seen that are really cool. This truck truck left the biggest impact on me. I I'm not just saying that. For dramatic effect. Everything about the truck was awesome and without oh getting into too much detail about it. Because I'm actually friends with Murray now and I plan on having him on a direct connections episode of this show so I what I will say is the truck was a beautiful two-tone J. Three citerne metallic green with white tastefully lowered with a strong little three Sixty v eight it had had twenty inch wheels and had some really cool other touches like accustomed front lip spoiler that was tuck nicely under the front bumper. which was actually custom on the front? Bumper was actually customized to the house to round Amber Marker Lights which I thought was a really cool detail because you know details like that. A lot of people would overlook but if you really know these trucks go that. That's pretty cool. Oh I've never seen that done before so that was pretty cool and I. I was never really a expert on these trucks. So the little things that stood out to somebody who was I was familiar with wasn't an expert but there are certain little things about the truck that were just standing out in at first looking at it I was like there's something about this truck that's completely different. And the more you looked data more little things you would see so he also had a rear bumper. The the nonstop cromer bumper from Aram charger and it was nicely. talked into the bed. which you know is another cool little detail the the details of the trucker just really cool and Murray actually even had a custom? Tim Dealer Sticker made that was weathered to match the rest of the PATINA. Look on the truck so on the on the tailgate on the corner the upper corner of the tailgate of this truck. It had a black can white grand spaulding dodge Chicago Illinois sticker and it was perfectly whether to look like it had been on this truck since the mid Seventies. I thought it was so cool. The truck is in one thousand nine hundred. Seventy Eight Dodge D. One hundred and when I saw it originally actually had a seventy two grill on it because sorry Murray if this is a big secret but good guys had a year cutoff. So in order to Seventy eight and at the time. They weren't leading cars that new into the show so he puts a seventy two grill on it and Walla. He's in so he snuck his way in. And that's okay that that show was better having that truck in it so you know if good guys ever gets word of that. Hey good guys relax okay. They actually they upped the year range. I'm sure it was because a lot of the GM guys you know the C ten guys and those g body guys. They're probably crying moaning about not being able to get their seat ends ends in and they're they're little. Gee Bodies in so now it's up to like eighty seven so if you have anything pre eighty seven you can take it to that show anyways. Let's get back to subject here. I've never seen another bill quite like it and I don't know if it's just because I'm a moped nostalgia guy or what. The charges just awesome. I'm actually say I'm GonNa Post more pictures of this truck but it's so cool. It deserves more views so be sure to check that out. I think I'M GONNA have to carve my own path and do my own thing with my truck but I will say that it will remain one of my favorite trucks to this day.
"drooling" Discussed on What A Day
"It's Tuesday October twenty ninth I'm Akilah Hughes I'm getting resnick and this is what a day Sometimes we like to start with a question from a set of conversation cards we bought online so Gideon what do you value most in nervous really but they they ultimately mattered on today's show the impeachment and free is about to enter a new phase facebook employees write a letter to their CEO and then some headlines Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced on Monday that the house will vote on in a resolution later this week to formalize the next phase of the impeachment inquiry into president trump it's the first official vote in the inquiry so far so gideon what are the big takeaways yeah the first big one as you said is that this is going to be the first time that the house votes to formalize the inquiry it's expected to pass obviously up in till now there has not been a vote and that is allowed the White House to argue that the inquiry has been invalid Pelosi is hoping that this Resolution strengthens our hand legally to get Whitney assist to testify and get documents over also Pelosi explained that the resolution will set the terms for how the house goes forward impeachment including plans for public hearings the release of interview transcripts now this new because for weeks now witnesses have been deposed in private hearings as congressional investigators have sought to determine whether and how president trump leverage military aid as a means of getting Ukraine to investigate his political opponents early signs of course point to yes yep and reports from those closed doors the monies have been pretty incendiary so why is Nancy Pelosi doing this right now first off Pelosi wants to ensure that the White House stop stalling here for weeks the trump administration has said that they are not going to comply with the inquiry I e prevent witness testimonies and the like because the house had not voted that's what their excuse was so policy in the house is like vote like get this over with second when it comes to the public hearings basically at some point we could see these testimonies play out on the president's preferred medium primetime television tape that's huge there will be some tweets up until now in order to follow this impeachment inquiry you and I and other people at home have had to seek out in read about it in bits and pieces as versus say when we have these big viral media moments that these hearings can produce and lastly taking the inquiry public could also answer one of the big sticking points Republicans have been complaining about that this inquiry has been happening behind closed doors they've been talking about the process even more than the seventy sixers did when they signed Joel embiid China I don't understand that means I'm going to go to school it yeah that sounds good yeah okay so I'm sure this move from Pelosi has now completely changed the White House's mind about cooperating race fully comment until they see the actual text of the resolution which is expected as soon as later today up until now of course the White House has not cooperated with the impeachment inquiry at all Republicans in Congress also said that changing the process now wasn't admission by Democrats that the current process was bad so if we pause here for a second Democrats are now saying we're going to take away this main stupid process argument that you've been using for so long and Republicans have responded basically with Nanna Poo poo okay let's get into the process for a second so far the inquiry has gone on behind closed doors which I'm pretty sure it was legal in find but a lot of people have been behind in those closed doors that's that's right there have been three committees in Congress that have been conducting the private question and answer sessions with witnesses that's the intelligence committee oversight and reform committee and the Foreign Affairs Committee Democrats and Republicans are both eligible to participate and according to a tally from the New York Times more than one hundred of the four hundred thirty five total members were eligible to attend thus far all right well do we think that this resolution from Pelosi is going to strengthen Democrats hand legally like in terms of forcing the White House to Cooper great and handover documents allowed staffers to testify that's the goal because right now there have been mixed results on that Front for instance on the one hand a federal judge last Friday unequivocally in favor of House Democrats allowing them to keep going with the impeachment inquiry yet on the other hand one of the witnesses from this week still doesn't see this settled that person Charles Kupperman a former deputy to the national security adviser John Bolton declined to appear for testimony on Monday government filed a lawsuit on Friday basically the asking of different federal judge which one of his parents he should listen to the executive branch that said he would be grounded if he testified or Congress which said who be grounded if he didn't testify and will make the legal case for calling witnesses getting documents and having people comply with subpoenas much more clear game blouses is that the this gets from someone is gonNA put Pelosi's face on that gift now just get it over with its share well also if you are super into all of the hey by play of impeachment news impeachment dot F. Y. is a great resource from my friend and journalist Dan sinker that updates daily and is a neat little newsletter.
"drooling" Discussed on What A Day
"It's like they're just going to offer up Rudy Giuliani with unlimited truth he hasn't needed truth serum to speak his mind recently but in reality the White House said that they are not going to because there hasn't been a ruling Kupperman didn't listen to either of his parents and decided not to show got it so they bring this whole convoluted together Pelosi is saying that this new resolution.
"drooling" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"They still fired up. Because it's from Japan Japanese, PlayStation. I know this only because that was what I did. He speaks Japanese. So in Javanese, PlayStation, wait for it. Stay show. Japanese replacing. And here's what I learned. It's beer is beer. Japanese is so easy. People are like, oh, that's so hot. How did you learn that very difficult language? Well, first of all half the words are in English because they borrow words elevator. Beta. Good. Et cetera et cetera. Anyway, nobody cares about that. No. I we have to talk about Mark Wahlberg, Avs. Let's talk about it. We're gonna talk about it throughout the show because Mark Wahlberg asks have you seen him on the beach like, you know, how they post these things celebrities on vacation this time of year. And they're all these articles about everybody drooling over shirtless. Mark Wahlberg on the beach and this dude, Mark Wahlberg. He is like my hero. He's forty seven years old he straight up for years older than I am. And that is the body and a just a wife, obviously, but mostly his apps that I could aspire to well, you know, he has a very strict schedule. He starts at two thirty AM wakes up right now, he is already prayed had breakfast and worked out he is currently is five fifty five. So he is having his post workout meal and in five minutes, he's going to get in the shower. Okay. So when we come back, we'll check in on Mark Wahlberg SABs again. Hopefully, they'll be shout and the shower that's not a bad thing to think about God. Way to wind down a week thinking about Mark Wahlberg soapy. Welcome. Anywhere else on the radio, but you will hear on Jason and Alexis in the morning..
"drooling" Discussed on KMJ NOW
"Was was weird. It was it was like I said one floor the kookiness. It was weird weird. But listen to what she said, please. Definitely work our butts off to make sure that we take back off three chambers of congress rather all three chambers of government, the presidency the Senate and the house twenty twenty we can't start working in twenty twenty. So sad. Even for her. It's just so he's she's young. But she should know. Self proclaimed democratic socialist seemed to be confusing the two chambers of congress the house of representatives and the Senate with the three branches of the American government which class. Thank you, the executive the legislative and the judicial. Now, as I mentioned, she graduated cum laude at Beantown university. Boston University two thousand eleven with a bachelor's degree in economics, and international relations international relations. Oh my God. Cut her loose in the international community will be at war by three thirty this afternoon. So when confronted on Twitter. With her lack of knowledge missile Cossio Cortez responded by. The accusing Republicans of drooling over her. Now, I'm not gonna read the whole response because it doesn't make any sense. But she said maybe instead of Republicans drooling over every minute of foolish of me in slo MO. What? She's a very high opinion of herself. I mean, that's kind of kinky maybe instead of Republicans drooling over every minute of footage of me and slow MO. Waiting to chop up word slips that. I correct. In and then she goes out to make no sense whatsoever. No sense whatsoever. Then she she adds. They actually step up enough to make the argument they want to make. And is they don't believe people deserve a right to health care. What has that got to do with correcting what she said? About the three. You see? I mean, she's so disconnected from reality. She's. I don't know how to respond. Do you? Do you? I mean. These were individuals on the Twitter sphere. Correcting her about the mistakes that she made about the three branches of government dare you made a mistake. It's not the presidency in the house and the Senate it's the executive legislative and judicial and she comes back with a comment about drooling over her in slow motion. And then, but you don't believe in the people's right to health care. That's our response. There. Okay. Let's play with that. There is no right to health care show me that on the constitution, ma'am. But. That's her response to being corrected on this issue of the. Yeah. She's just weird. Just totally.
"drooling" Discussed on Game of Thrones The Podcast
"So again, thank you for those very kind words, if you have read our book, either through the Kickstarter if you bought it on Amazon, amber light to give us review, please we encourage you to do so good or bad. We're taking all critiques of the book and each one you do actually helps us market it because the more people are kind of talking about it and buzzing about it and giving us ratings the better we do on the Amazon marketplace, so cat gave us not only a good sinked review. But she used the word drooling. And I think that's lovely top shelf top shelf top shelf. Thank you can't you actually coined that my favorite word in this is book when we're talking about the. Let me see if I can if I can the understate it. So we don't get the usual affect the the gain. You described it as thunder domestically awesome. Yes. I forgot rota. I love his pretty good thunderdome. Mystically? Awesome. Is a great coinage and phrasing, and it should spread throughout the land. Okay. I thought you were going to cause the one I'm most proud of is Frankie ear Gazza. I think you didn't coin that though, I didn't. Oh, I mean. Yeah. Like three they have a word for it. Mocks, you know. Yes. Mocks but year Gazza GMs. I just think is much more descriptive. Oh, you're right. You're right. You're right. That's actually the literal translation from the furry, right? Can you credit for coining that although you are like four hundred years early in its coinage? So so yes, so because Iran got to choose the first character Tyrian he has to answer five questions that I've come up with. So here's my first question, Iran when you are reading a song of ice and fire. Do you see Peter Dink lidge in your mind? And would you consider this a good or bad thing? As is usually typical on things rice seed, the adaptation before I read the book, I do see Tyrian as when I read him. I Peter face now. There's a couple times where it's like the books are kind of jarring when you start talking about how ugly is and how he's kind of hunched over and mismatched eyes. And then when he gets his nose chopped off than he's literally like, you know, monstrous you can see right into the skull whole, Georgia's not kind sit here. Ways, and obviously Peter Dink lidge is an ex very just classically good looking man and also has a melodious distinguished powerful. Speaking voice, the neither of those things the book Tyrian is blessed with. So what about you? I would say that. I probably do see Peter Dink lidge. Most of the time. And I think that I have to remind myself that he's got like platinum hair and mismatch is and half a nose and a huge scar down his face because every now and again, those are important details for the book. I mean, look, Peter Gingrich's a handsome, man. And and I don't mind that so much. I find it amazing that people are able to keep that separation because I found even honestly a lot of times when I've read a book first, and then see the movie and go back, and like, for example, Lord of the rings perfect example, I had from a young age, very clear, ideas of what I thought Gandalf and Frodo and Sam right and era Gorn looked like and then the movie comes and I'll be damned if I don't see Elijah Woods giant is. When I think of of fertile, and so like, I heard some people like that doesn't ever happen. Like, they're their residual image of these characters are so strong that no amount of Hollywood's starpower can overwrite that. But I I found that historically not to be true. Okay. All right next question. All right. So do you think Tyrian is a Mary sue character for Martin before you answer? Here is the definition of Mary sue from Graham, wrist dot com. So here I quote, the Mary sue is a fictional character. Who is so perfect as to be unrealistic. A Mary sue is a character who has no weakness who performs roic Lii and perfectly in every situation. This sort of characters usually considered to be a form of wish fulfillment on the part of the author and is a sign of an amateur writer. I don't think so I think the closest character that you can get to like a Mary sue in the canon for Martin. Is sam..
"drooling" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot
"Five hope you enjoyed the interview with ken holland that was something i mean they get some real prospects any chills drooling over the red wings trafton you could say some of those little luck involved with so what that'd be lucky than good well i'm really both they saw got a paint cause remember that previous wave of defense and really didn't pan out but let's hope that they can the this'll pan out and they got the best maybe the best playmaker in the draft and the second pick and the first pick is probably the best goalscorer in the draft one scout said i draft well after them if he found drafted number two he'd be the number two player chosen donald's number one by far okay shocking belleville he says why are the tigers taking pictures year after year when they need headers in the farm system pitching is the name of the game everybody can use pitching and they've got some great prospects they do need but they they did so look pretty good on the international drafting the other day i don't know that much money these guys but the rated very high some and so now they got some guys and they got this camera is going to be a pretty good he's going to have power to really impressed me come up to this year yeah they definitely need more power little more speed in the organization is said would say but i think they're doing fine the pitching i love all the pitching they got you never have enough pitching but that's why you gotta treat you gotta trade plumber to get those other prospects you're talking about chuck's question you can never have too much pissing ask the new york mets well let's they had a real rough stretch when they got all the injuries but oh that was tough on there i don't know what happened over there overuse i don't think it was over use the career i don't think they were used to many high leverage situation today or i heard to sing on radio.
"drooling" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"To might might be a little too but mgm hat giveaway days and it's it's everybody who's drooling is the owners because they're going to make a lot of money and and rights go through the roof people go lose a lot of money make america poor again it's all about it is because if you could win debbie no house the house would not be vino casinos that's just that is how they stay in business that is very correct look i'm like i'll i'll play on play a tax or two in the super bowl obviously i'll fill out my brackets for the ncaa tournament you know might make a friendly ten dollar bet on the game with a with a buddy something on a rare occasion but infrequently and i suppose you know if i happen to and i do go to a casino blackjack or whatever but i mean i suppose i could see myself at a casino some time and if you know sportsbook was staring me in the face laundering i suppose i might but it's like i don't even i wouldn't even know where to begin i it's like i don't understand the whole concept of you know the odds and all that kind of stuff so at this stage of my life it's just kinda yeah it's passed me by it's minus four hundred don't want the bank it's like i mike my brotherinlaw takes took me to play golf played golf twice in my life and i'm too old i don't know what clubs you're telling me what clubs i don't know what clubs i just it's not interesting to me i don't mind driving the car that's fun a little golf cart.
"drooling" Discussed on Larry Wilmore: Black on the Air
"Affiliate care never down here we forgive him he's one of them we everybody sand you know everybody's i'm sorry i'm doing this other exited from not saying that serb at his big disraeli but you know people your all your froyo uber all reality aside urugary undecided on what it fatigue adhere point he's just overwhelming can play our senses with everything culture personality and we've been we've been do you were just doing this doing an interview for an hour and has been one of the things that have happened in that hour yes that you can't i don't even know what they are but i know that they don't care i know now housing lender like the fire in theory none of that ship matters right now people were were like their mouths are julen gleneagle that got the ban everybody in the left no that did not get steve bannon and there steve bannon was already got the people's mouths were drooling about the bug out as a conceicao trump no seat work this is people who are in forgotten about it this is the pushback on that point because i think you're trump is already proving that he's not a complete anomaly he said he's a historic political non with has never been anything like him in that things just don't stick to him no matter what happens things don't stick them right where they do stick and we've seen this i mean obviously we haven't had the midterm jet but we've seen this even in these very small local election nip is these other republicans are not able to emulate now the campus cults personality i felt was not having to obama oh yeah obama was elected twice democrats were murdered around the country but so i mean all the legislature's in governments a local governments everything did a.
"drooling" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"To the is it judges don't normally explain their decisions it to to people unless there's some kind of criminal process and now they have to look into what the judge sound and so is that likely to happen netted one of the judges would come forward kromah heroin about going to happen we don't even know which judges might have been involved in the car the cage application as the uh as the materials reveal the page uh request was renewed on two or three occasions i get the details now it's likely that on the first occasion and then on renewal there might have been a different drugs and call each time the judge you wouldn't have been identified the judge going identifying himself or herself now on the way to classes she should close to work silt bill now let's say the democrats are allowed to come out with their memo is it good to have the two drooling memos out there and about the fbi's process and it is a dangerous to release the second memo hey i doubt that each dangerous to release it now at this point it's about achievement turbot partisan balance here's the best result is for no memos have been released because there was real front to the integrity of an apartment exhaustive some the whole fives off search you tire intelligence community for that matter i think the better thing would have been for for there to be no matter how i think one students of the heavily partisan manhole out it's fair to have only puddle memo allowed i i think brooke saying schiff and others we'd be very careful not to release a sensitive information uh in in the chance that their member does come us now another part to this is that senate judiciary chair chuck grassley is calling on the fbi to stop blocking.
"drooling" Discussed on No Agenda
"Credit he's not presidential looking schneider even close now but the whole drooling thing now that was last that's how it works you know you that it's like the the paul songas was no who was the to the with the helmet set songas no no no you're thinking of dukakis caucus i'm sorry yeah you put the stupid helmet on boom you're done and you get in a tank you do the snoopy you do that boom you done julia have is that an idiot was at deuce brag that was what's the guy from vermont what's the people is chevron knows name on hand we all know its name now uh dean howard dean denia howard he aimed scream that's what it what he did dean screen amid as we still have that somewhere he owes probably look it up john howard dean also crush who is making headway a joe trip he was his campaign asked yes hit us the ioc a just a drop of their as them screen and he got that was back in the day that would end your career and it did anything stupid like that way trump is the thing that got everybody irked because he's done a number of things that they think would network career ending exert the republic didn't care so much because he wasn't doing something like would deem did or and then deem would also come out talking about long ties he used to have the law anti like trump but uh i do i don't know what it is a trump get so her way lease or that we gotta keep an eye on the cheeseburger mean the keep bringing back the cheese burger cheeseburger embed cheeseburger he's a likes cheeseburger the look poison he's cheeseburgers.
"drooling" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"Quarterback tom hartley to here with you so this from the herald scotland back in two thousand eight it has been twelve years since france buried its last but one president francois methanol at a funeral attended not only by his wife but his former mistress and their daughter right it's a lax lofty axiom of french opinion that the nation's attitude to sexual peccadilloes is more tolerant and less prurient than that reflected in the drooling anglosaxon media across the channel and that their journalists and broadcasters have more important matters on their minds so what's the situation there while i was going to mention trump in the bank and then pick up your phone calls here the headlined by david sirotta in the international business times ib times dot com trump administration waves president a punishment for convicted banks including deutsche bank which trump does millions davis wrote a rights dheisheh bank has been fined for its role in the russia in a russia money laundering schedule or scheme excuse me the waivers were issue and they and they and they issued a wave her saying well you don't have to pay the penalty you don't have you know we're we're going to let you get away with it the waivers were issued in a little notice a little noticed announcement published in the federal register during the christmas holiday week they come less than two years after canada then candidate trump promised i'm not going to let wall street get away with murder in late 2016 davis wrote a rights the obama administration extended temporary one year waivers to five banks citicorp citigroup jp morgan barklays ubs and deutsche bank last late last month the trump administration issued new longer waivers for those same banks granting citigroup jp morgan barklays barclays fiveyear exemptions ubs enjoys eubank's received three year exemptions trump does the german bank at least one hundred and thirty million dollars in loans according the president's most recent financial disclosure form sources.
"drooling" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The fact that you are now drooling wells that are four miles long horizontally will end nets of thing is is looking at what is the overall spacing how many stages are there and what is the cost so you have to factor in on a geological level you'll what kind of a hydrocarbon are we going for isn't natural gas as it heavy oil is that light oil because each one has their own pitfalls when it comes down to geography and and well construction so if you look at the what the has been achieved within the marcellus in utica up in that northeast region you'll we've seen significant gains and terms of length and cutting costs as well as san loadings just in terms of propping and we've been able to replicate that pretty much across the country to increase the amount of recovery's and that's a big costsavings right because you said that you do a ten thousand foot all lateral well that's twenty percent lesson cost than if you do to five thousand foot wells correct so when you look at it from the perspective of going forward yo you wanna consolidate your acreage you're starting to see that and to in have the ability to to to those longer ladder rolls so as you start to stack the different pays and just by looking at the different shell locations within the permian your you have and this unencumbered growth that will only really be impeded by the take away not so much by the production and i just want to underscore message from a listener harry shapiro at shapiro capital saying those are gas verses oil wells correct correct also the differences at this point when you're looking at the actual hydrocarbon natural gas flows freer and is easier to get out so when you think about as the molecules self becomes more complex which is you know the baaken and has a little bit heavier oil where the permian is a little bit lighter we should be able to see the.
"drooling" Discussed on Harmontown
"And it's like batch drooling the fucking work that she has you big we literally did the simpsons eh eh a wreck while he was getting his fucking makeup on any was fun and and there maybe people enter the door they're like well i don't want to do that i don't wanna be a troll and all that stuff but it it and so there's but there's there's like a lowincome women rights to abortion clinics is people do that too there's every personality it's like when you start with you we're you read a tv show you go like there's there's people who love writing fanfare for five hundred pages of what if stuff there's people who just who who hate those people but they can love the same tv show i'm translating listen to my own narcissistic thing is that is the so anyways i i hate to i don't want to be the guy that cuts off the guy that's like passionate news like dude doing good by talking so but where if if we cut into de time will be undercutting the entire dasa the leader reiterated reiterating play di did but but but but let's let's resolve that like it whether it's like a segment e comeback for ten minutes per show or whatever and layer legal help help me like reform myself as a locally active a person to drunken making too many promises put up but but but something we have you back very soon like i really appreciate your willingness in especially in light of how you have just hearing about your recent like kind of the brush up against the the pc thing and how that must fucking suck for somebody that just wants to be i i you you're you're a hero to me because you clearly care about this stuff enough to keep leg plunging along and actually saying this shit the movement's more important than me and so ultimately the reason that i resigned is there was like i don't want to be await threshold i'd love across and maybe maybe you can help me in the way mike duggan like helped me legs to stay positive instead of negative and stuff but so let's go that thank you josh andrass kiefer 'cause they're coming by will see against soon and.
"drooling" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"To have you in the studio to continue this conversation because this is the more i hear about this the more angry impassioned i get that we need to do something this is unacceptable in the united states of america that we are allowing people to go to witness satanic evil and then not to tell them how to cope with it it is unacceptable and we need to buck the politically correct system and say look we don't care if you liked the answer that this seems to work but it seems to work and you should care about these people enough to be willing to to give them some hope and help that's right you can't turn up bill that it and that fix it we we just had one of the guys come through one a recent programs he was on forty two kills a day for ptsd forty two a day for ptsd as it i mean the guy was basically i drooling and you know you can't you can't ever he will when you're that emotionally noaman guys get so emotionally namba they don't feel bad about destroying their families looking at a motor leg let's face it these these are this is a world view battle okay there are people who believe that the world is material and i can feed you pills or there's some technology but anybody with any wisdom understands that garbage that we are human beings the were spiritual beings in that pills and medicines cannot solve these kinds of problems pills cannot deal would satanic evil children being killed in front of guys pills can deal with that and we need to get honest here if we care about these warriors we need the get honest that this is what we're talking about this is not something that well that's that's your idea you're the doctor doctors clearly no nothing if they think that pills can solve this kind of stuff and we just need to get real so i'm just grateful to you for writing this book and grateful for setting up the this foundation is just it's just very important as you know otherwise you wouldn't dedicate your life to it but i'm glad to gets talk to you by the atp who absolutely thank you for being muftic take yep on it up tyranny and get in.
"drooling" Discussed on WJR 760
"Man that runs around here drooling at the mouth professing to love negroes calling himself liberal and it is following these white liberals that has perpetuated the problems at negros hab that's a quote from malcolm x just so you know that that uh full quote and and look we have we have said that we don't get to talk about you know malcolm x much does it just doesn't come up much i mean it did with the with um uh with uh with capper nick wary wearing it with the castro shirt we have focused more on castro but if you project that out to modern times now to same thing if you if you look at it that thought that malcolm x has is exactly what we believe goes on in the democrat party that they continue to propose things that actually hurt lax and minorities that they do things down when i have said when it comes to when it comes to it was it was the probes president obama it was a liberal black leadership that was doing everything they possibly could to keep guns out of the hands of lawabiding blacks in chicago and in washington dc saying school vouchers school voucher a a whole number of issues where uh black families and white families but but you know for the sake of the argument i mean because we're talking about the effects of of of politics and and policy on african americans and and where the democrats actually stand in how they acts how they actually act to keep african americans from enjoying their their godgiven rights when you talk about right a gun ownership m i don't care if it's in a in a in fact especially if it's in a over bad neighborhood they have more reason and has not that they need wanting according to the second amendment but and as they're saying you can't had always said if they don't care about black second amendment rights and they don't care about their education when it gives the come through them choice then what do they really care about they don't care about your.
"drooling" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"Of death valley california thirty at west yellowstone montana the nation's it's high and low yesterday this is america in the morning i'm john trout seventeen after the hour in court star taylor swift delivered some fiery testimony on the stand yesterday she says a former radio dj groped her during a meet and greet correspondent kristen holmes was at the court house heller slipped testified on thursday against a former dj she says groped carrying a two thousand thirteen meet and greet this is part of drooling loss actually brought on by that former dj of name is david mueller who says that the claim wasn't shrill and filed a suit against taylor sweat her mother and her radio promotion manager thing it cost him his job and future earnings suing the pop star for up to three million dollars now swift quickly filed a counter suit saying that he sexually assaulted her some of what she told that each person jury she said it that this is what happened it happened to me i know it was hand he added you can asked me a million different questions i've never said anything different i'm not going to say anything different now there are several fans in the room actually gave this testimony let's listen to what one of them had to say she did a really good job choose really really punctual really stern force for you know strong drove for point home she adamant that this happened to her everyone was pretty pretty stoked to see her finally go up and as she was speaking for the first time every single person in there was watching is intently as they could and when flipped with asked her reaction to learning that mueller had been fired she said she didn't have a reaction to a stranger suffering and that she wasn't going to allow the attorney or his clients and make it feel like it was her fault because it was it athletes counter does state that she is actively participating in this trial so that she can hope urge other women to come forward if need be anyone who might feel embarrassed anyone who might not watching real live this humiliating kind of experience they are expecting this trial to last roughly nine days in denver i'm pressing home 19 minutes now after the hour the the dow of that is falls again business headlines.