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A highlight from Episode 15 The Drama of Atheist Humanism Fr. Joseph Fessio S.J., Vivian Dudro, and Joseph Pearce FBC Podcast
"Welcome to the Forum Book Club. We continue to discuss Henri de Dubois's The Drama of Atheismism. We finished up with chapter one of the section dossiers here. We're going to begin with chapter two, The Bankruptcy of Atheism. Was there any concluding remarks that we didn't get in on the chapter one there that you wanted to? Well, I thought the very end of 308, where we talked about this term humanist and how unhelpful that is, the Lubach continues and says, whatever may be thought of his orthodoxy, meaning Dostoevsky's, which is doubly in question, the thing can hardly be denied. His Christianity is genuine. Okay, so yeah, we get into these labels, East, West, Orthodox, Roman Catholic, you know, all these things, and we can lose the forest through the trees. The point is, how the word humanist can be confusing and ambiguous to use the word that the Lubach uses, but orthodoxy here, right? First of all, it's in inverted commas. So, you know, what sort of and lowercase it's O, not uppercase O. So, you know, again, as with the word humanist, the word orthodox, we have to be careful when we're using it as to what we actually talking about here. And so I think it's important. Again, same thing with Christianity, but yes. But the Lubach's point that he tried to make with this previous chapter is to show the profound depth of Dostoevsky's faith in Christ, and that you can't really understand his work if you don't understand that. And I want to refer back to something Joseph said last session too, that because we are Orthodox Christians, we are Catholic, Orthodox and small, we're Catholic, that East and West has some meaning for us, but the real patriotism, the real Fatherland is christened on the Catholic Church, the communion of saints, you know, in heaven and on earth, so that does unite East, West, North and South. All right, Bankruptcy of Atheism, 309, and Joseph, you're taking away here, but the first sentence, Dostoevsky's books abound in atheists. Well, I'll continue because the bottom of the page there, what's the reason that the Lubach gives three lines up? We're limiting that review that he makes to the analysis of the most striking cases. It's in order to throw into relief the principal types of atheism whose bankruptcy he successfully demonstrates, does it? This kind of gives us a prelude to what he's going to do. Here's the three kites. The ideal of the man -god, the ideal of the Tower of Babel, the ideal of the Palace of Glass. These three images are ready to hand. Respect, what do they denote? The man -god ideal is the spiritual ideal of the individual who is alone to himself. Okay, that's individualism. Two, the social ideal of the revolutionary who proposes to ensure without god the happiness of mankind. And three, the Tower of Glass, Palace of Glass, the rational ideal of the philosopher who rejects every kind of measure. So he's going to take these three types of atheism and through his character show what they lead to on the level of human existence. And that these intuitions are what made Dostoevsky a prophet. That's the conclusion of that section. And one might add, a judge of our age. Joseph? Yeah, I'm glad you did that, Father, because you say it sets the scene, it sets the structure for this chapter. He's going to now have the three parts of this chapter, the man -god, the Tower of Glass, the Palace of Glass. The first thing I have highlighted, though, is not just 3 .14, so if anybody wants to jump in prior to that, Bill 3. That's my first one, too. Vivian? Well, only that if there are readers of Dostoevsky out there who are wondering a good example of the first one, the man -god, that's Raskolnikov. I love this expression, the Nietzschean. unsuccessful He's an example of that kind of atheist, trying out the individual who is a law unto himself. But he says that's the weakest of these, of our man -gods. Yeah. The only thing I would say is, is there such a thing as a successful Nietzschean? Good question. I doubt it. So, 3 .14? Shall I take up the cudgels there? Yeah. So, in the middle of the page, am I capable of rising above myself or not, he asks himself one day in one of his merciless self -examinations. That is another of his Nietzschean expressions, but in the sense in which he uses it, which is Nietzsche's sense, no man is capable of rising above himself. It's not because he is weak, it is because he is a man that Raskolnikov is finally obliged to recognize the truth about man and that in order to find the divine life, he has to give up trying to be a god, which I think is why I sort of said, is there such a thing as a successful Nietzschean? Because of course, if you're going to be a Nietzschean and see what you believe through to its logical conclusion, you end up by accepting that you're not a Nietzschean. In other words, that I'm not god, right? I can talk about myself being god, but the more I ask for to be god, the more it becomes evident that I'm not. Well, don't you love this paradox? To find the divine life, you have to give up trying to be god? I want to see if I can summarize this Raskolnikov here and tell me if I'm correct. It's a long time since I've read it and I'm kind of basing myself on what he says about it, but basically Raskolnikov wants to show that he's above all the laws. He's along to himself by killing someone for no reason at all except that he wants to kill her, you know, but he does it and he can't, he has regret or remorse or something, he can't get it out of his mind and he thinks it's because he's too weak to really carry it through. Yes. Not because you're weak, it's because you're a man. That's right. Okay. You have a conscience because you're a man, not because you're weak. And the thing that throws Raskolnikov off, you see, is that the person that he has in his mind to justify his murder really is a wretched person, but her daughter walks in and now he has to kill her too, he has to kill her too, and now he's wracked with guilt that he killed an innocent person along with a supposedly guilty person. Of course, he was never justified in killing the guilty person either, but nevertheless, this made it really complicated for poor Raskolnikov and he was plagued with his conscience from the start. Yeah, and again, just immediately below that, staying with the recurring motif we have going at the moment of the unsuccessful Nietzschean, the bottom of page 314, Stavrogin's pride, the pride of a Lucifer, leads to suicide and that tragic end reflects the spiritual suicide of the being who has refused himself to being and who has arrogantly willed his own emptiness. So again, the ultimate victory of Nietzschean, Luciferian pride is suicide, the killing of oneself. Is that a victory? I mean, yeah, I'm sure there'll be Nietzscheans to say it is. This is my final victory. I'm going to take my own life as an act of spite or anger against reality or God or Christ or whatever, but if the ultimate victory of the one who refuses himself to being, who has refused himself to being, which is a wonderful turn of phrase, if I do do back there, if the consequence of the being who refuses himself to being to God is that he has no choice ultimately but to commit suicide, then how on earth can that be called a victory? Mm -hmm, so that's what he's saying here. People stronger than Raskolnikov are equally defeated, right? Like, yes, but this, yes, refused himself to being is a wonderful phrase because it demands that you think about, so what am I supposed to be doing if refusing myself to being is the thing leads to my self -destruction, annihilation? It's a capital B. Being, capital B, refusing self to being is a capital B. If refusing myself to being is self -annihilation, what's the thing I'm supposed to be doing? Surrendering myself to being, and I'll only surrender myself if I've been humbled enough to realize that my self -will is not the answer to the question of my being.
A highlight from Boxing with Chris Mannix - More Drama Surrounding Boxing
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Bregman's homer lifts Astros over Cubs 6-4; Bellinger hurt
"Alex Bregman 7th inning two run Homer broke a four four tie and helped the asterisk to a 6 four win over the cubs. It was Bregman's 5th Homer of the season, and he finished the game two for four. All four were hit on the barrel head hard, so. It felt good. I'm a believer in over the course of one 62, everything. Will play out the way it's supposed to. Mauricio Dubois finished with three hits and two runs scored for the Astros who got 5 scoreless innings out of their bullpen. Christopher morell hit a three run Homer for the cubs. Adam Spillane Houston
Dubón shines against former team as Astros beat Giants 7-3
"Playing against the team that traded him last May for the first time, Mauricio Dubois finished with three hits, two RBI, and two runs scored in the ASTRO 7 to three win over the Giants. Dubois 7th inning RBI double broke a two two tie and started Houston's 5 running. I knew something I was going to have a big moment in the game. And I just didn't let the emotions get into me. Just put a good swing and do what I've been doing the whole, the whole season. The Astros needed their bullpen to record all 27 outs after starter Luis Garcia left after 8 pitches due to an elbow injury. Adam Spillane Houston
Ehlers scores 2 to lead Jets to 6-1 win over Devils
"The devil's 6 one loss at Winnipeg leaves New Jersey three points and back of the hurricanes for the metropolitan division lead. Nikolaj ehlers scored twice. Morgan Barron converted a penalty shot and Pierre Luc Dubois had a goal and an assist. The scoring took pressure off Connor hellebuyck, who stopped 31 shots in his 60th start of the season. Hellebuyck had a shout out until Nico hishi or beat him with 13.9 seconds left. Blake Wheeler set up two goals and says they wanted to jump on the Devils from the start. I'm Dave ferry.
Dinesh Reflects on the Greatest Black Americans in History
"I'm continuing my discussion of the greatest black Americans of our history. As I mentioned in the last segment, a leftist historian of scholar would quite likely rank Martin Luther King number one, Frederick Douglass number two and WEB Dubois number three, my ranking is different. Frederick Douglass number one, Booker T. Washington number two and Martin Luther King number three. Now arguably I'm doing this because the top two Frederick Douglass and Booker T. Washington were lifelong Republicans. They both were. Martin Luther King, as I say, was sort of more ambiguous later in his life he associated more with the Democratic Party. But Frederick Douglass understood that the Republican Party was founded not just as the antislavery party, but also as the anti racism party. By the way, there's a very interesting book by Eric foner, who's by who ISO himself a progressor, but it talks about the legacy of the Republican Party in the north. And he talks about the fact that although, yes, you will find Republicans who uttered conventional racial views of the time and Lincoln himself if you forged or link and you can find certain quotations by Lincoln that taken out of context or by themselves would seem to imply that Lincoln isn't all that friendly isn't granting full equality to blacks. But in context, when you see the full link and you realize that Lincoln was, in fact, had a very color blind view. Now he realized that other Americans didn't, and he realized that he needed the votes of those other Americans. So at times what Lincoln would do is downplay what he himself truly believed in order to find common ground with people who thought we thought differently. And this is, by the way, what democratic politicians do all the time.
Who Is the Greatest Black American in History?
"Warren black history month and so I thought I would focus today on the question who is the greatest black American of our history. In fact, not just who is the greatest, but whose number one, whose number two, whose number three. Now, if you went to black studies departments or progressive scholars and asked them to give you their ranking, I think that their ranking would go like this. They would put Martin Luther King as number one. And they would have Frederick Douglass, the runaway slave as number two, and they would probably have WEB Dubois as number three. And you can see that this is a ranking that is somewhat weighted in the progressive favor. And by that, I mean Martin Luther King was not really, I wouldn't say clearly a Republican or a Democrat. He tended to avoid a clear identification with either party. Now I've seen some people on social media go Martin Luther King was a Republican. I'm actually not aware of any evidence that he specifically called himself that. Now his father, I believe, was a Republican. Martin Luther King, I think, was sort of nothing, neither party. But he did more openly identify with Kennedy, JFK, and then certainly with LBJ with the signing of the Civil Rights Act. I think it's probably fair to say that Martin Luther King was clearly in the democratic camp by 1964, and if anything he moved further left after that. So you can see the progresses of picking king as he's like, he's one of ours. We don't like his color blind thing all that much today, but nevertheless he was on our side.
"dubois" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast
"I want to talk here in black history month about the argument between Booker T. Washington and WEB Dubois. And I've spoken about this before on the podcast. So I'm going to make sure that I do this from a new angle. And the angle I'm choosing for today is the mutual critiques that each of these men had of the other. I'm going to look first at what Dubois said about Washington and then I'm going to turn to what Washington said about Dubois. So let's start with Dubois. His first allegation against Booker T. Washington is that you Booker T. Washington are a segregationist or to put it differently, you have made your peace with segregation. You've said segregation is all right. And this makes you a bit of a traitor, a bit of a sellout, a bit of what today we would call an Uncle Tom. So the first question is was Booker T. Washington right. He's referring to a famous speech that I'm sorry is Dubois right. He's referring to a famous speech that Booker T. Washington gave, in fact, this was in Atlanta, the Atlanta Atlanta fair or conference. And Booker T. Washington said this. The wisest of my race understand that agitation of questions of social equality is the extremest folly. And that progress and the enjoyment of all the privileges that will come to us must be the result of severe and constant struggle rather than of artificial forcing. So what is Booker T. Washington saying he's saying actually here that I Booker T. Washington living in the Deep South, segregation is deeply entrenched here, we're not going to get rid of it overnight. And so merely a quote abolishing segregation isn't really going to be a possible, or be even solved the problem, what is the problem? The problem is Booker T. Washington saw it is that blacks have been too degraded by their own experience of slavery and now segregation so they don't have the skills to compete in modern industrial society. So Booker T. Washington wasn't for segregation. In fact, behind the scenes, he worked to dismantle it. He funded lawsuits against it. So my view is that although Booker T. Washington's words can on the surface be taken as quote tolerating segregation, it is unfair to portray him as pro segregation. Now the second allegation of Dubois was that Booker T. Washington opposed higher education.
The Debate Between W.E.B. Du Bois and Booker T. Washington
"I want to talk here in black history month about the argument between Booker T. Washington and WEB Dubois. And I've spoken about this before on the podcast. So I'm going to make sure that I do this from a new angle. And the angle I'm choosing for today is the mutual critiques that each of these men had of the other. I'm going to look first at what Dubois said about Washington and then I'm going to turn to what Washington said about Dubois. So let's start with Dubois. His first allegation against Booker T. Washington is that you Booker T. Washington are a segregationist or to put it differently, you have made your peace with segregation. You've said segregation is all right. And this makes you a bit of a traitor, a bit of a sellout, a bit of what today we would call an Uncle Tom. So the first question is was Booker T. Washington right. He's referring to a famous speech that I'm sorry is Dubois right. He's referring to a famous speech that Booker T. Washington gave, in fact, this was in Atlanta, the Atlanta Atlanta fair or conference. And Booker T. Washington said this. The wisest of my race understand that agitation of questions of social equality is the extremest folly. And that progress and the enjoyment of all the privileges that will come to us must be the result of severe and constant struggle rather than of artificial forcing. So what is Booker T. Washington saying he's saying actually here that I Booker T. Washington living in the Deep South, segregation is deeply entrenched here, we're not going to get rid of it overnight. And so merely a quote abolishing segregation isn't really going to be a possible, or be even solved the problem, what is the problem? The problem is Booker T. Washington saw it is that blacks have been too degraded by their own experience of slavery and now segregation so they don't have the skills to compete in modern industrial society.
"dubois" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix
"I mean, they can look at my record and say, whatever the people in boxing know who I am. The professional ranks know who I am and know what type of type of fight I bring. It's just for the world to catch up. That's all it is. And once after I get past this hump right here on coming on January 29th, the rest of the world is going to see because there's some real big names out there for me to fight against and showcase my talent against and these are the best that the world say they are. So after this fight, I'm going to be fighting among the best and then we'll say at the next Trevor Brian, you talked everything that you said you were. And I'm here to stay. Like I said, I'm here to confer this legacy from this point on. Yeah, you've talked about getting that big blockbuster fight in your next fight out or at least in 2022. What fight is that for you? I mean, realistically, you know, Joshua fury, they're gonna do their dance over the next whatever number of months. Is it Daniel Dubois? Is it somebody else? Like, what do you see as that big blockbuster fight waiting if you win on Saturday night? Like I said, you just mentioned them. You said Jerry, Anthony Joshua. These are the best. Now you have other guys that's coming up like Dani Dubois and other former champers like Deontay Wilder and other some other fighters out there and all that. Like I said, it's up to the promotion. We want to make these big fights that the promotion and the sanctioning body feels that will be strong for the title. And I'm up for it because now we're going to show people what boxing is all about. So you feel confident that you will get several fights this year, two, maybe three fights in 2022. Well, should I hope so? Three guys? That would be nice. I sure would be nice, but I'm not gonna get too, I'll be satisfied as well. Like I said, after January 29th, let's not look past that. We have a horror stroke opponent in front of us 17 O and we're going to get past this. We're going to get past this. And then we're going to talk about the next. All right, well hopefully you get that done on the 29th, and then we're talking about you in bigger fights. The rest of the year. Trevor, good to talk to you, man. Good luck on Saturday. Thank you. I appreciate it..
"dubois" Discussed on The Boxcutter Podcast
"So now. This is a secular writer so secular. Yeah but but it does say. Fear is par for the course as a primary motivator often in leadership but in today's economy servant leaders will cast a vision and they will squash the fear so they're visionary and they cast the vision and because they are visionary. The fears are nothing to them and they just work. They basically put them down. So that the vision continues to go. So the people can collaborate and innovate freely and not have not feel like they have to look over their shoulder. Every two seconds kind sounds like a little bit like They don't micromanage. The details of that are. But i would say that i don't do any of the i don't. I don't micromanage. I i think in the past. Am clarifying in the past. That i have been one. That was pretty. I did a fairly good job. I guess i don't know where to talk like this of casting vision and being so resolute with knowing that it was the direction we needed to go that fears were squashed. Put down right. Someone's like i don't know. I don't know if we can do that. And you're encouraging and motivating saying oh but look dubois. Yeah yeah what about yourself. Why that i. It's two sides of the coin for me. I think that there are times where i can be an encourage earlier. Definitely i i. I like to encourage people. But i also think that my perfectionism also points out a lot of the stumbling blocks for you know so a visionary comes in and casas vision in my immediate thing is well what about this. What about this. What about that. These are going to affect it It's my way of trying to have put a realistic plan together. So i think i could. I could fall on either side on this one Because i think that looking at potential issues with vision is part of being a good leader. Absolutely yeah you have a good balance on that actually balance Next one good leadership doesn't happen without trust. i mean that's a given. Yeah that stupid..
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"dubois" Discussed on Small Doses
"It's nice to have like like let's go back to that other conversation that we were having before we come back to saying the same lines that we've been saying for the past five hours of sands. I remember at one point when we were shooting shooting. The scene in season to where we're at as season two when we were we were at the play i believe was one that was these one now. That was his one. Because we were talking about jared in the lobby so season one. When we're at the play we were shooting the scenes at the play. Dare tiffany are sitting like a couple rows up of lawrence and kelly and the gang and we were just chatting and i remember them being like dan really worried. You know like i'll i'll i do remember that. Hey i do and connects will we. I mean you know on day one remember. We news and i was like i know our last name because we didn't we we'd leave eight that last night i came into the trailer and i was like i know what our last name let and i'm do block that they had to lights. Go and clear it. I had heard it caused like a little bit of star at the time. Because we were just derek and jimmy but we we brought doi- i'm gonna say i brought by. Yeah you delineated dubai out to everyone. Because i was like i didn't want versus actually like this is our last day and i just ran with you. Were the one who do. I love hash. Dude was forever do this do that. W e b dubois derek. Tiffany do blinds and never was way that they couldn't give us that last name. Oh oh i mean. I think what's going to be exciting for people. At the end of the show is like little easter eggs. Those little like background stories coming out. You know all different characters. And just kind of. Because i think there's also this expectation that people have that like every little element of these shows out and so much of it is but then there's so much of things that just happened on the fly. Yes and it's like folks are like. Oh yeah let's do that. One when when we show up at that party in aka party and me and yvonne have to play aka as and neither of us are soars but we also like you cannot play like with with banks you cannot play with and we had to st louis and there is a proper way to ski me and you know as an actor. You wanna play your character to the best of your abilities. But then as a black actress you also are very conscious of the fact. That if i do this wrong for the black people they will crucify. I'll say this we had to change from the because i'll never ended up doing it. We ended up not doing it. Because there's a pitch at a level that needs to be reached. Did you even shoot it. Because i remember you guys alive. We're high thing right and then we're just like let's just say hey saying like cross the bernie. Sanders is part of like the lingo breaks. Like these things you know like their thought about sacred sacred thought about we want black show and you know i never liked otherwise jokes on the black show because i just felt like it was. I don't like life jones. i don't think that they help in any shape or form to dismantle color. Ism i just think that they. I think they just further carry on the divide but nonetheless jokes are part of culture in a real way so they were there and they were ignored. Show just on your said no. They were absolutely in the show really. Yes really remember them being. I just remember it happened on set. You know because they were mostly unseen with the girls. I know like particularly like when we were having simone like there's a scene where like kelly is like. Oh it's gonna be for their light skinned baby. 'cause it's skin last so i got them like a light skinned thing so that definitely but i feel like what i liked about. Derek was that you know you were a prissy character. Which i feel like is a lotta times..
"dubois" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice
"Shit. Alvin now man. I ain't gonna be able to make it out there. Man got some things going on a home front saying. But i'm i'm be tagging along. Probably the next joint man. Not once i get my little by little medical issue out the way. I get my hand back in glove and get to do some things again. You got to too much of a reach too much height not to be a dangerous man. So man i really got. I gotta put some is is two things out gaining from this experience. Righty i know that being a host necessarily like so. This is strategic way of saying. Well you know this is part of the co host baptism. So make sure that. I get in on that but the other thing is i'm an internal turn pressure doing me because he's in jersey. You know what i'm saying. Oh yeah word. We got a lot of a good aspirin. Oh man list. Each one is sharp is so the press is going to be on me. I'm putting the pressure on dune now. From what s tells me like you know dumi needs like he's a guy who will work but you've got to get them to the job you gotta you gotta be on top of him No pun intended. Let me real quick. I'm gonna go ahead and pick hurt over lewis areas because i need to see areas today. I don't know why he wasn't. There was not invited. strange chattel to sink lamb. Get the win. Because he's in a quotation marks paseo exhibition. So that means they got special special judges to make sure he wins. the dow riley. I'm picking them on a strength that he's without riley no one else i know. Yeah iraq with all them to and And as far as dubai. i'm picking them. How many browns did that. Her face ten rounds were eight ten. Yeah we know all right. So he ain't even looked like he was like you know i mean what's today. Today's thursday heat even looked like he was like. Oh i i gotta hurry up and leave. I'm hungry nothing like that. That's good yeah. He seemed i. I saw a bunch of different Media with you know stuff from him I could sell ness wasn't feeling i could tell because it looked like nothing but scrums and i are looking at it like y'all he does. I guarantee he's hot right now. Hotman listen is a floyd presser. Man i just i did my thing i mingled amid this other. Do for another podcast. you know. they had good for. They had great food. Shot out the floyd great food shot out the floor. You know what i'm saying. He hold no punches on halio. We bring him box and bad. Yup bring out the stake in that chicken shit. I was like okay steak and shake you. Okay shit angus. What else drinks. I was i was. I was staying away from the james. Because i had to drive drive home. Yeah it was like a booby trap. Joe why are they giving out. How many are never been to an event that they give Drinks have you never never. Is this a booby-trapped. China cancel mouth is before sunday like whoever drinks a drink cancelled knows it. Y'all you ever been to an of you ever been to Cover pham cover fight and they give you a vouchers like for stuff right Yeah oh you have been to to cover fight. Somebody use the vouchers for alcohol. No i didn't even know. I can try that. Yeah which. I covered the. Pbc omar figueroa. I can't remember who Chris areola is on the card as well Yoma man next young he was thinking everybody's vouchers. The man had like six beers before the co main event start for the went live for tv as it was crazy. Yeah i didn't even know that you can. I mean i'm not a drinker. Man me neither me neither. You know. I have dr pepper that i don't even like having drinks. They always feel like i'm a spill it on people's shit and they always got us so close in shit's crazy. They definitely do on rag but since we got all the pics got no callers. Maga's this shit weekend. Nobody cares the fluids. Fight jake today till sunday. Why sunday night. Them numbers be crazy. Man that's terrifying. Wants our instagram and twitter. Catch on a nice one. Not though to go at marmande on twitter at morgan instagram. And at more mugabe in wisconsin a week from today during next for any eg. You pay sports talk. You know kasem yet the way in boxing. And we know you too. Don't forget man next saturday. june twelve. It's time for the fight. To get into reagan's twelve board awards and eleven baby wartime with skies. Let's get proper man's body live and let and we can't wait. Commodity enjoy ourselves. Man will catch on next smash adams born on the way out being six. Check me out. King amita vests worn on instagram. Also king a investigates on youtube championship rounds. A mobile kicking it up back back in a boxing voice flagstick show on sunday. They'll go subscribe means channel right now..
"dubois" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice
"My sound by is that guy. Oh shit this one who gives a fuck. I mean this is coming from the should train with pinerolo because great louis greatness and now you're saying that don't matter that shadow cinco goes getting real work with one of the best fighters on the planet first of all our world's cinco. I never watched football so none but you excited to see his fight to see what he can do. None of this He i only only reason. I'm excited to see is fighting to see what he can do is to see them. Giss let you're not excited at the prospects of him. Fighting a jake paul to get back for sports of camp. I'm excited to see what at work game. 'cause i'm i'm i'm y'all know first of all i'm excited him gives slack because i'm team. Evelyn lozado fuck. Dat man snob. People's man shot out sat out to every young this. What what evelyn's my people's own. My way but i mean listen you like i don't know i i'm not even going down and they're like that will do don't mean let would you like.
"dubois" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice
"You know what i'm saying. Jake paul crossing the street from emma. Maine's boxing getting that check. You can't be mad at it. You gotta enjoy it and we're going. I know why are both picking because floyd said today. He he want to train them. So you're trying to rob now you. I've always been a fan. Its role really. I've always been. He everson strikeforce to before that when he fought at. Up forgot what. He's just a bad dude. Like oh he's got all i want. I mean you you had to pick. Because he's african american. Is okay for you to do that. 'cause mario gets to pick because he's a mexican. And i damn sure was ryan with elvis over kenneth sims junior so You know what. It is woodley legitimately. His reputation has been knockout. Power in an also hurt guys. That's not used to getting hurt with though. Which is i would like two. And a half ounce gloves eight four ounce gloves. But it's it's i mean it's what he's using to land punches against you know now is going to be different than his boxing and we all noted them little nuances. Like i was thinking like a you guys could speak to that. It's nothing like getting in there against somebody that don't even understand that they shouldn't blink advantage over you know. In in a ufc guy boxer. He's going to be accustomed to that. But it's just certain nuances that a boxer in terms of paying attention to faints. You have see saint though hang on being shot yard picking up. Listen that's the. That's the hardest thing is like the mma fighter transition into boxing training and building up. That stamp is two different. Stamina's that ground and pound jujitsu stem different from motherfucking punches. Man you remember if you remember if you remember after When floyd and codified a and they were at the way in connor took his shirt off and fly started laughing and one of the journalist afterwards Who caught it said a wide. Were you laughing. When connor took a shirt off and go on the scale he said because look at him that was a. mma body. And i'm paraphrasing. But he said that was mma body. He's not ready for this. He's not right and when they ask connor afterwards he said it himself. My biggest mistake was not hiring a strength and conditioning coach to get me ready for a boxing fight so absolutely one hundred percent right. Were going to stop them. A one-shot oh tell a. Oh why told you. Jake is the biggest thing in boxing because look he got three dudes on a box. Impact cast pick in mma. Yo the boy is younger. First of august shape. How 'cause he he's lying. See that's the you. Tell me that your ugly shit or twenty four twenty four. So he ain't that old and think about it. Think about it. Sergio martinez started at like twenty years. Old bre relooked after like he did in front of oscars you crazy crazy role model. I ain't even though. Even though i say that he did he did call him out. He was like. I'll double your purse if you win. Then we get. I say he was gonna give you know that. Yeah so i'm like that's tyrol man. I like him. You know what it is. And i'll be the due to bring the pink elephant out because a lot of people to said lot of are like they don't believe a white boy could be a black. Do you know that. Do from onyx thought. The same suit with the member wasn't that window is no no no me. I mean member the do from saved by the bell. Beat up the from onyx. Nobody nobody expected by now. You are you are you. Are mr belder types. Shit right up to do ll sticky fingers then. They only celebrity buddies. She thinks fucked up prado star. Some no other one other one. Other one wasn't as sticky fingers in a celebrity boxing match. What you're talking about a.
"dubois" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice
"Right in theory. That is how it could play out. Mario trap gauge over here. How he'll traps guizhou. What what is a was going. On trapezoid champ just got done with last sparring session of For boorda wars and Feeling good a set so I'm talking Right now talking. Dirt what we talk in sham. Tell me d'oeuvres in galena. Have you ever heard of him. I have not informed me. D'oeuvres incor- lena is Lee opponent replacement for bodu jack. Yes yes yes. I did a read. That article on the boxing voice dot com written by julio and Yes i was aware that i just you know the name. I did. Not realize yeah. Man hailing all the way from venezuela stepping in short notice. Fifteen wins thirteen cao's damn near ninety percent knockout ratio. Y'all how's it. Been here before dog like i swear to. God you cannot take guys from venezuela or from those kinds of countries like that with these kinds of records lightly like picking him. And i'm not saying that he's gonna pull the upset because i really don't even know him. But you gotta be careful with these kind of dudes for sure for sure men. And that's the reason i bring it up is because it's like babu. Jack was expecting john. Pascal his mind was expecting john. Pascal he was working out for pascal. Now he gets his door. He gets his duties looking at his bio trays. They meant his looking old. He's looking like an internal bandette as tight. Man he does. He does look like token there is. You're right and and and he loses focus and then y y ole boy steps on a scene knocks out paskov but it looks like i mean in essex was good champ. Goodfellas was going bill. We we we we. We could call him trapezoid. Mario showed him. I told him. I mean i said put your money. Where the hell you want to put your money where he got these to me on sunday and tell me. I didn't tell you before you know. I'm so ready dog. i'm so ready. Let me stop each murray. You looking like rusada. Yeah that's a good reference. Right there mario. Or i mean because our i know i mean gets thorough on his. Show Do you guys know anybody on this undercard like i think. I know archie shot. That's the only name that seems like it's like somebody i might have heard of. He's also the only fighter that has a reason reasonable. S you talk about this all the time. You gotta have a reasonable enough instagram presence for us to try to recognize you for real. That's a big part. Of what point. If i can find you the natural is gonna bring me first of all david wadsworth turn. We wanna see what he's gonna look like. But when you look at the undercard you looking for those names that you might know in honestly I think it's integral to sharp or something like that. It's don't use. Remember the cat yemen. I don't know anybody. But i think i'll be honest. The danube la bagged on dental fi. Does it for me enough. That's like all. I need because i think he's in a legit of dangerous fight coming back after injury to go in there with a guy like bagged on dental. That you know. Look i'm not gonna stretch the truth. Well he's only known for losing but he's only loan for losing to the top so you know that's it. How much is left. Or how much can he give a guy that isn't on the top and dubai has improving that he's on top. He failed trying to get you know on in that test rather to show that he was in the top. So like you know. This is a dangerous five. We we get to see how his his eye healed as well again. We don't have anything that says bagged on cafe like he's just known as a loser though. I mean that's true but listen and you said real quick. I just want to make this known you said to wa- failed the test. You're absolutely right. He lost that fight but he was having success. In that fight there was a judge that had him up on the cards against joe. Joyce maybe two of them if i if i if i remember correctly you know joe. Joyce showed levels in that fight. He showed what he could do with just a jet that made him dangerous. I don't think that necessarily that means that. Daniel bar is it it just we still have questions you know. And so from that perspective you know. That's what interests me. You know fighting. A guy like Dinner because you know like you said he's only lost to the top like one of those things where he has to bounce back. Do what has to bounce back. And he has to do it. Impressively for for do wop the fight with joyce or he fought another. I want to say level of competition like a parker. I think you know passing. The test was taken a fight with joseph parker. Somebody that people might have thought without boxing in we was only counting on the wasp power for the most part But yeah i mean the fact that he he got well. And i mean to me this return. You're not make. Maybe the return is the real test hat as he looked does he looked tentative me. If he looks as tentative is andy did then. We're going to have a lot of questions because aired hall. Dan and even suffered injury any lieutenant. So do is tinted. Due to an injury we can understand it But you know. That's what we want to see how he gonna look what. What's his spirit. Look like definitely because you know. He's he's used if if if they let him spar he was sparring headgear. You know with the with the protective bar more than likely You know and and Will he flinch. You know because he doesn't wanna get hit because he's expecting the pain. It's going to be interesting and this is what is the fight. They did a good job. Picking bagged on denno. Which is a recognizable name. You know. it doesn't leave a bad taste in your mouth so Pretty good fight man. Pretty good fight but you are right. That under par teigen. I'd say probably the only look forward to on saturday. Because i mean may well have fights out sunday and i don't think there's anything else on saturday right. That's this is it. No this is it. We're going out early. Yeah but like you said. I mean the main event is everything You know the card. You do have a bunch of undefeated guy you know You know say what you want about that but you do. Have tommy furey on the card. I think that it is worth in the co heaping word. He should have been the co main because he has more juice than anybody else on this card. And except for because he's been mentioned as a jake. Paul haswell opponent era. So he's got to do that yet. That that i've thought about that too soon as you said it. If tommy furey zone car. He got to get his his john fury on. He gotta get his luke fairy on. He got to have the gift of gab. Because as we can see you know the moving over to showtime witted getting a little bit more involved with maybe some some boxing heads like yellow man disguise. Coming over man in a guy like tommy furey. Did this elites crazy that he could make such an announcement against a non professional. This is a great fight for him. If he can make him and jake have that in common did they fight. Nobody and people tune in even though get you gotta give jay credit like asker in or s whatever he somebody now woodley is actually somebody and You know epson gives or whatever. His name is absent in his own right. He was able to build his platform and started the whole youtube. Thing with jake I just think that tommy while he's popular and i'm saying he deserves to be the co main of this fight with dubois man. He's gotta be kind of tight like that. Jake is like i mean blowing. Jake gutter real do on showtime and tommy's like the opener on on some fight versus a dude. It's like four and fourteen. i think was. Is this the resume right. yeah well. He's fighting georgian grant. Who's to know Tommy tommy furious fighting jordan grant. Who is to. Here's the thing though that you gotta understand about it though it's like i understand what you're saying and you are right and it might calls tommy. Some you know frustrate affiliates. The thing is is that tommy's doing tommy is approaching the boxing lifestyle. Okay he's approaching the the The instruction manual for a boxer right. So this is who you fight when you're five and you fight guys like this right to jake. He the reason he's on the platform he is is because he didn't go the boxer route. You know he went the youtube tiktok. You know Social media route and it paid off for him. But but tommy's got all his eggs invest in this basket tomorrow. Jay could decide to be a rapper or decided to be a popstar. Decide to be a stunt man decided to be anything that it's going to fat in the wallet of jake paul because that's the business studies in. I don't know..
"dubois" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice
"And that was the duma try. And so on the undercard of the bag on dental daniel dubai. wnba vacant interim heavyweight title. Fight is archie shop. I heard him. I heard him. But i've never seen him fine. And then just skimming. I mean the biggest name on this card is tommy fury and somehow he's like the third name i i don't get it like you know. He should have been on the car. Like may coleman. Don't matter like i was talking to a promoted thereby matter who the a side is fighting. If he's the fucking eisai right. It's like oh tommy's he's not ready to be a coleman or main slight what he get the same caliber opponent anyway but they should have they should definitely put that as the co main strengthen instead of having a some sort of open because that's what it feels like embodied He's he he's got a now opponent announced and You know hopefully everything goes okay with that because you know this appoint is on late notice with a big knockout ratio. And i believe he's like columbia and you know those dudes known punching i'm talking about durban galina He's taken on by do jack but Lima you know Hails from venezuela not columbia my bad but his knockout percentages eighty. Six point sixty seven. So remember you know when when when victor fall marcos maidana that was the first time downfall in america. So they didn't know was up. They they knew because of the amateur. You know what i'm saying but they didn't know so you know we don't know on now. This guy is thirty three though you know so i could be selling you a dream. He's thirty three in a for all we know he he. He isn't the goods but For for baiju. Jack who was looking forward to a rematch. You know who had his hopes up for rematch. Now has the face of dude that he doesn't know yeah he might not be able to get up for this fight and this guy can take advantage of that. Possibly you know in theory anyway..
"dubois" Discussed on The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast
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"dubois" Discussed on The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast
"That's gonna erase a lot of youthful mistakes. Because they're not going to get more experience they're going to get less experienced as this year goes on and more young guys are going to play more and more and more but i. I'm not disappointed. Not awad all they play hard. They're in games. And i think the play well enough to lose a lot of close games but in a very short time. We're talking about ottawa very differently. Excellent alright ask rain dregs anything. What's your week. Look like because we give up for episode eight of rain. Greg's actually drake's. I've got my second game of the year that i will be traveling to be in edmonton on thursday for the oilers in the lease which again i'm a little out of the out of the mode of book and travel so the game thursday. I booked my flight in there on the wrong day and book that out on the wrong day and are travel department had to say. Raise the game thursday. And i'm like. Oh yeah i guess. I don't need to be there friday night doing. Are you taking a suitcase. Or you're just gonna leave it on you know what since i'm in quarantine i'm gonna take a knapsack with my dress shirt and in gone so you can't forget anything. You're going to wear your suit jacket on the return flight back to that. No i have a yeah. I've got my suit jacket. You don't wear a really on your way to the airport. But i'm gonna have my overcoat. It's golden edmonton. I assume i thought it was. I thought it was a glenn. Healy special right. Like one of those suit jackets. Dark blue or black and you can folded up into about. Because you know you bought it at some secondhand stores or have you have you. You've seen heels as close as wrinkled. Proof wrinkle proof suits he he. It was really quite amazing to watch that man dress for an nhl season. We haven't had heels on the podcast tablet do we but we got to open. We got to open him up. Now we'd like the head of the alumni. He's a you know we need to open heels up a little bit here which usually isn't very hard. Well yeah it used to be blah blah blah blah and a half chardonnay. And you'd get your best deals. I think he's off that though. I think he's often thinking toned it down now. He's maybe the lighter something you know what this is so heels. You know boisterous likes to chat. Lots of not here we go. There's nothing like listening to glenn. Healy played bagpipes at two thirty in the morning. When you're trying to leave and says why don't you stay for one more cold beer and then you hear from the back room her. I don't know you know fight. Sound like when they're warming up. Hell you doing. he'll come on i. I like robbie burns. Ninety eight in in whitby ontario. Many years ago and heels invited me holly and i went and is pipe ban is tremendous like i happen to love the pipes i do. I like it bagpipes. They'd make me tear up because spanish. If you've never been me. Stay spanish bay. You know you're playing spanish bay tomorrow. You're gonna play pebble beach if you're lucky enough on all those things but what's unique about spanish bay is that a piper comes out every night rape before dusk and that's just a symbolize the end of the day just a beautiful thing with civic ocean in the background and all those so i've got a soft spot.
"dubois" Discussed on The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast
"Their best players were elias. Patterson and quinn hughes have had really rough starts to the season pederson worse than hughes Their goaltending is adequate. Really miss jacob marks room. He bailed out a lot of that mess their their defenses spin and when they get a couple of injuries or an injury a nick up then then they're in trouble and without their top guys playing very well the really thin upfront now. Pederson has just shifted agents over to see a and i'm just from my own experience. I hated my contract year. I hated the uncertainty of it. I hated the you know. Each gold feels more important. Because that's gonna put me in a different class. And then if he's dealing with changing agents at the same time you gotta understand. It's not just calling a guy up and say yeah we're done and you have a personal relationship it's hard. It's really hard to do it. So a lot of things. Probably bubble up there but at the end of the day pederson is not playing very well and if he doesn't play very well vancouver screwed the one thing to keep an eye on here as it starting to get as you call at restless than that water. The see is angry my friend. It's an old seinfeld. Is jim benning. Might be in top spot. I don't know how we going to improve the team like a lot of teams that just don't have any cap space in the reason that they're in a difficulty spot cap space. Wise is the free agency deals. They've signed that he has signed have put them in this spot Louis legislature wrote it down here. So i wouldn't forget there's loui eriksson. Jay beagle antoine roussel. And even tyler myers. Those are all big money contracts. And you're not getting a lot back. Like myers is best edible. Seventeen minutes a game. You're asking them to play twenty four. It's too much for and so they're they're in a tough spot. Got a coach in the last year of his contract. You've got your two star players in the last year of their contract and they're young they're twenty two years old so it's a it's a dangerous time because if you fall too far back here it's going to be tough to make it up washington. Well we're spending a lot of time paying close attention what's going on in the north division and we're going to have to refocus here a little bit. I'm challenged by it to be fair because of everything going on with the seven canadian teams. I'm slipping when i look around the league. Oh yeah there are twenty four other teams. I've forgotten what all you know what. I watched chicago and detroit yesterday in the morning here. It's nine thirty in the morning. I flicked it on. Wait for the football. And i'm like look at that the couple of other teams like i'm with you man. It's like and so i think that's one of the reasons why this division can't stay right that you you lose the global. Look the people in the states will never see connor mcdavid. Yeah but you know. They won't see austin matthews and so that's probably in my mind anyway one of the reasons that it can't work but a long-term but while i think it's a seventeen league right now yeah. It feels outweigh.
Jarmo Kekalainen on the Dubois-Laine Deal
"Always good when a major newsmaker joins the podcast. He is yarmouk kick elaine general manager of the columbus. Blue jackets Jahmil thanks so much for doing this. And i'm always curious about how deals come together. And maybe more specifically when deals and you know we know that there are other teams out. There obviously interested in pierre. Luke dubois in your mind. When was this trade over. Like at what point did you say. Okay i'm done. He's going to winnipeg jets by you. Gotta do your due diligence around the league and see what the interest level is and what type of options we have available. And we did that. We recommend order and you might make have to make a couple rounds a call system. Make sure that everybody who's interested. Got their opportunity to give their best shot and we did that as well. So it took a little while but You know we came to the conclusion there. After the last game that dubois played that we wanna do this sooner rather than later so we were pretty busy on friday working on that than saturday morning. We we were ready. And and now. We have patrick line and ross lubbock here. One thing that became clear to us on the outside. Is that you and kevin chevrolet off had discussed this for awhile that you kind of both knew that if you wanted to do this there was going to be the opportunity to do it. I'm curious caramel. How'd you guys known that you were each other's potential trade partners. If you needed to be we we had a good dialogue for a while and this is probably the best match right from the start. But as i said we had to do our diligence. And make sure that we've done our homework on every opportunity that might be out there and after we'd done that we return to talks with winnipeg several times and and wanted to make sure that all parts of the trade work for us as far as cap goes cash involved there other parts of the deal that we had to iron out once. We actually does hurdles. We were ready to pull the trigger on both sides. You describe what. It was like thursday night for us. I know what a incredibly competitive person. You are a lot of things. What was it like watching that. And can you talk about your discussions after the game that night. Internally internal talks always internal talks for me and a very serious about that but you know there are certain values that We have within our organization within our team in our locker room and we have a very demanding head coach who never compromised. Those values would never want him to compromise those values and i support him honor percent when he he does his coach in enforcing those values and it came to a point. Where were that wasn't a level of commitment to those values that was given by fearless dubois and that's why he was bent and i support the coach hundred percent on on that decision. Like i said after that. I think there's a little more urgency on our part to get this done and we're happy to move on with the two players that we like even if the trade hadn't occurred on saturday morning to the organization had pure luke dubois played his last game with the blue jackets. And what. I'm sort of getting at was anyway that he would have played saturday afternoon. No no you wasn't gonna play saturday but after that. It's the coach's decision on on all. He wants to handle the player. And there's no need to get into that but There's always a second chances and opportunities to redeem yourself as a player if you make a mistake or don't live up to the values that we hold strong ear but you have to show through your hard work in practice and and how you conduct your business in the locker room and within the team and I'm sure then. Our coach will always give him every player a second chance or an opportunity to show that. He's ready to live
"dubois" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports
"But i don't think it rises to the level of some of the other reasons why coaches were getting fired around the league so i don't know that it's a career killer what he did but it certainly something that no. Gm has been willing to touch to this point. yeah psychotic. It reminds me of a friend of mine. Who worked for a big company. Who was in the the the ceo's office. Okay the big guy called him in. Yeah and and the head of the company had heard rumblings about people talking about him negatively. Okay so he calls in my buddy and sits him down at desk and says i want you to. Here's here's the rumor. That i have about these guys who are on my board or something like that. I want you to phone him. Okay i want you to phone that guy. And i want you to ask him what he thinks of me. Okay and i want you to do it here. And i want you to put it on speaker. Oh my god yeah. Isn't that crazy. i'd love. that reminded me that babcock. Did you know that that same idea. Okay i want you to tell me who's who's bad and then i'm going to tell them you know crazy shit. It's amazing how some people are send to the levels. They do in the world of business world of sports when they're so void of character. Yeah and it's like okay. What i'm going to ask you to do is completely wrong. It's completely breaking rules. It's completely against any sort of saying judgment okay. But you're either you. You're going to have to do that. Otherwise you're gonna be punished for it's crazy crazy. Anyway i digress. They're above clock. Not no i like it. I like it The other story in hockey. That i wanted to mention was the end. You know it's happening here in ottawa. It's happening probably in every nhl city that The columbus blue jackets. They resigned their top center pier. Luke dubois that just happened on.
"dubois" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports
"You can do that by simply saying kay crapshoot finish in the bottom five somewhere. Any one of those five Winning but it shouldn't be a team as good as the new york rangers. That's a you know. Well along in there rebuild now that ends up with a number one overall selection. That's not really fair either. Because part of the idea of the draft is for the week or teams to be able to replenish a. Don't want to see it go. That far were good teams end up with the number one overall selection. Well here's the other thing steve. If you look at the big picture though okay so you see this display yesterday by philly and eyebrows are all going up a whole. Hang on a minute here. What's what's happening now now. We know what's happening. Okay like i said. Even chris collingsworth going. This makes no sense. E just came short of saying they're tanking just came like a hair short of saying say i would never do that. I don't understand blah blah blah but in the big picture stevie when you look back at at at previous years you know where where the draft happened. It's not too often. Cv when when people do look back say five years ago. If you had the same situation with a with a hockey team sort of saying look try your hardest but don't try too hard okay. Got a good position. You don't hear too much of that anymore steve. You don't hear someone go. Oh yeah don't forget. They tanked that game. You know You know what i mean. It's just it's not this. It's not this sort of you know rapid problem right so we look at things and yesterday. So what you're telling me is they. They go from the ninth ninth. Pick to the sixth pick. Yes so i've been seeing drafts my whole life and it's a crapshoot whether you get who you're gonna pick in the sixth round compared to who you're gonna pick three route three three picks later you know so it doesn't. It's not that big a deal to me. It's not so much about where you select it just about the fact that you're tanking at all it. It doesn't really matter to me. What the the. Your incentive is for the most part All i know is if i'm running the nfl roger goodell. I'm looking at two teams. Who went out to play. A game meant everything to one team in washington and they win the division and it also met a ton to the new york giants who were relying on a you know an at least an honest effort from washington's opponent in the eagles and they failed miserably to deliver that..
"dubois" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports
"Steve one project. Done what philadelphia. I simply could not have done it. You got men out there that are fighting guts out trying to win the game. And i'm not saying up blaming anybody. I personally could not have done what they do. The circumstances absolutely everybody. Welcome to our show. Today we're discussing the philadelphia eagles. Monday night tank job the second segments joe thornton on toronto's first line really here luke dubois on the market asking to be traded. Could the sends be in the mix. That's all still ahead here. On the s w p it's all about sports and whatever jimmy and steve back ge again. Thanks to our members mike. Ns chris guy he done vast dan rutz and marcus bond. Bolton stern lady showed us. Do you guys anybody would like to be a member and help support show. Just check a steve w project dot com james..
Blue Jackets sign Dubois to two-year extension
"And Columbus, Ohio, the Columbus Blue Jack. Gets of sign center Pierre Luc to wad to a two year $10 million contract extension extension. PLD will make us $3.35 million this year and 665 next year. He's an important part of the Jackets playing center. That was a key
What the power of August signifies in U.S. civil rights history
"Today also marks another key moment in American civil rights. History was today back in 1955 when 14 Year old Emmett Till was lynched in Mississippi, accused of whistling at a white woman. August has brought many of the nation's transformational movements in the fight for civil rights. Maurice Dubois WCBS TV is hosting a brand new event tonight called The Power of August August 2040. Dean brought the police shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri. He put his hands in her and he started to get down. But Officer Steele approach with his weapons drawn the 18 year olds death and galvanizing the movement now known as black Lives matter, Going strong today, August 2020 protests raging against racism and brutality. And the effort to channel that rage to the ballot box and you can catch that events streaming this evening on CBS news dot com
Man serving life for murder cleared after 37 years thanks to DNA analysis, state attorney says
"Cleared of the crime, thanks to recently discovered DNA evidence and is expected to walk out of prison. A free man as soon as tomorrow. Robert Dubois has served 37 years for the murder of Barbara Graham's was found beaten to death behind the dentist's office. Hillsboro State attorney Andrew Warren says DNA evidence was discovered this month during a review of the case is short. There is not one shred of evidence. That says that rubber tube what committed this crime? In the DNA evidence compellingly points to his innocence. Warren says the new evidence does identify a person of interest in what is now an open investigation. He says that person does not pose a threat to the public. Several University of Tampa students are now suspended for their roles and hosting a large
Dubois scores in OT, Blue Jackets beat Bruins 2-1
"Pierre Luc do boss scored fifty two seconds into overtime in the blue jackets came back to beat the Bruins to to want to buy lifted sept Jones passed through the slot in the two one one pass Bruins goalie Tuukka Rask for the O. T. winner sunny Milano had the tying goal early in the third as Columbus extended its season best point streak to twelve games coach John Tortorella says there isn't one individual to thank for the blue jackets success we don't have any stars we we just we play as a team and I thought Tony made a big play at the end blueberries apoc at the end of but everybody contributed Boston's David Foster knock scored his league leading thirty eighth goal midway through the second and Rask finished with thirty one saves the Bruins have lost ten of fourteen get some cool Boston
Lewis and Clark's Stinky Expedition
"Lewis and Clark expedition was pretty much. The original road trip there was camping grilling out a ridiculous amount of mosquito bites and a large group of men who did not have much opportunity to bathe. So when they picked up the Kagowa and her baby pompey near Fort Mandate to join them. She was probably a little worried about being with a bunch of smelly guys who thought nothing of rubbing themselves with rancid bear grease to keep the bugs away but at the time she officially joined them. The temperature was below zero so mary weather. Lewis William Clark in the men were probably a long way from maximum stink edge. When the CO captain's Lewis and Clark originally started preparations rations for the journey and eighteen zero three? They gathered their chosen men. Supplies trading goods from the native Americans and as much nonperishable food as possible. They didn't know how long the trip was going to take so among other things they weren't share of how many Christmas presents to bring it was at Camp Dubois near Saint Saint Louis that they spent their first Christmas together while waiting for the spring thaw to start their journey. According to Clark's journals three native Americans. Join them for a celebration celebration. And the men frolicked and hunted all day that Spring when it was warm enough to finally start heading to the Pacific Ocean Amir twenty the three hundred miles away. The men were sure to look pretty sharp. Since it was a military operation most of them had uniforms and the CO captains were no different. The red trimmed blue coat and white woolen waistcoats and trousers. They wore were the most splendid of all and in hindsight you would probably agree that they weren't overdressed. I if you know anything about will you know that. It's less than ideal for hot summer days. But as they went on they found that their clothes were wearing out tearing and more commonly just being very uncomfortable but out there in the west they were several decades away from the existence of a department store so so they had to improvise and adapt. They wore clothes for weeks on end. And when those wore out they started making pants and shoes and over shirts from the hides of the animals that they eight Oh and they ate a lot of animals while working their way through the great plains the men typically stuffed as much as nine pounds of meat into into their hungry mouths a date lucky for them. There was a lot of game to hunt in the planes. Because these bowling ball's size portions were pretty necessary. They were burning calories like today's professional athletes. Now you might think the big boat. They had made it easier to travel on the river right. Yeah you'd think so but you would be wrong.
A brief history of soy
"Of soy. I'm joined by Christine DuBois, and I'd like to start by saying that I've sort of intimate personal relationship with soy. I eat a lot of it as vegetarian, but I also grew up in rural Illinois surrounded by soybeans. That said I didn't know a lot about its history or the tremendous scope of its global impact. Until I read your book. Can you start giving us an overview of the breadth of what you cover. So my book, the story of soy might consider it, a biography of soy soy were a person this would be their biography starting from its early domestication moving through its use in Chinese and Japanese food ISM its development to use during various wars, including the rest of the Japanese war and World War Two. And then it's use in factory farming of Higgs and chickens primarily on through its genetic engineering. It's Houston biodiesel and its environmental effects as well. It's his it's affects on nutrition in the book, you take deep dives into different parts of soy's history in the role it played in wars societal development politics in the environment. If we go into any of those though, I think will lose the big picture. So can you summarize just how important this little bean is on a global scale? Soybeans are one of the most traded crops around the world. Most people have no idea how incredibly important this plant is because it is fed primarily to chickens pigs on large factory farms with relatively few employees. So most people especially people who live in cities are not aware of how in agricultural areas, particularly in north and South America. This crop is huge. It's hugely profitable. And it is hugely shaping our world. It was the first commercially really successful genetically engineered crops, and because it was so commercially successful. It has spurred the development of other genetically engineered crops. It is used in countless products with industrial products and many many food products, although in very small quantities. So it's everywhere in our environments, and it has everything to do with cutting edge science, and it is massively important to a Connie's and trade disputes slim pick up on that trade dispute item because a few weeks ago, the Washington Post had a really interesting piece on how North Dakota soy farmers were being especially hard hit by the tariffs implemented as part of this ongoing U S China trade war because they sell the vast majority of their crop to China. Do you see that that loss of access to US markets, whether it's temporary or long term is going to have a worldwide impact like will other countries start growing more soy in? What would that mean the way soy is being handled as a crop worldwide, especially in South America right now? And it's really a looming problem for Africa as well is often quite environmentally destructive. The only reason I'm not mentioned North America. Here is that we already destroyed the North American prairies longtime ago, even be sore Sawyer was planted there. So it's a done deal here in North America. But in South America, there's a lot of land that was still virgin wilderness that is being deforested or disadvantaged in order to grow soy because it is such a lucrative crop. And it's really a very very serious problem, particularly in places like Hera Guay, which have much less strict environmental regulation. And places like Brazil, which has increasingly strict environmental regulation to protect the Amazon, but which has their difficult problems of enforcement, Cargill and the nature. Conservancy have worked together to try to improve some of the systems for protecting the Amazon, but there's such a long way to go. And some of the things that are being done to assist. The soybean farmers of Brazil in particular, the completion of highway that cuts right through the Amazon is which is a national highway is really leading to deforestation along its borders within fifty miles of any major road. You get a lot of people coming in building all the things that would service the truck drivers. And then town spring up in then when towns spring up you have to have schools in hardware stores, and churches, and so forth and more and more gets built up along highway. So there's a very deep concern. And of course. The concern relates to how is all of this going to affect global warming and right now with what's going on with the United States trade war with China. We have slapped a twenty five percent tariffs on to our soit being exported to China, which is our largest fire. And so right now, the Chinese don't have a lot of options for making up that soy. But in the long run they are going to want to look for other suppliers that are not going to be slapping that tariff on them. And so they are investing as they already happened. But they're probably going to celebrate it now investing in more virgin lands in Africa and South America. But they're really doing a lot in Africa that are probably going to start being planted in soy. And so more wilderness are going to be destroyed and this is a very grave concern for climate change Christine. What her new book is the story of