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The National Media Wants Memphis to Launch a Race War

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:37 min | 1 d ago

The National Media Wants Memphis to Launch a Race War

"Talk show in all of America that's actually been preparing you for what was about to happen today. With this video footage from a horrible, horrible story involving 5 Memphis police officers and a man who was stopped in some sort of a traffic incident. And we don't have a lot of information about that, but today they're going to be releasing the video. And I want to talk about this because right now at this very moment, I was told that at this moment, inside the beautiful Peabody hotel, and if you've been inside the Peabody is the grand hotel of the south, they have the ducks that come down, they march down and the ducks, frolic about in the beautiful marble, fountain, and at this moment, the Peabody is filled with national and international journalists. And these journalists are sitting there, drinking our Tennessee sipping whisky. They're over there eating our barbecue, flirting with our women, hoping beyond hope that our city burns down. And I'm sick and tired of it. I'm actually disgusted by what the national media is doing, because they are literally trying to gin up a race war and riots in Memphis, Tennessee. And unfortunately, because they have mishandled this story, now every major city in America is bracing for violence. I even heard that the folks in Wichita Kansas are getting ready, just in case. It's that bad out there.

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A&W Is Putting Pants On Its 'Polarizing' Mascot Rooty

The BOB & TOM Show Free Podcast

01:23 min | 3 d ago

A&W Is Putting Pants On Its 'Polarizing' Mascot Rooty

"Apparently, Rudy RO TY Rudy, the great root beer bear. Yes. Is he a root bear? They call him a great root bear. Is this the mascot of hires root beer? A and W restaurants. You've all seen this bear for 60 years. Well, sadly, have to wear pants. What? People didn't want to see his root. America, this is a treat from a and W restaurant. So America, let's talk. Since 1963, Rudy the great root bear has been our beloved spokes bear. We knew people would notice because he's literally a 6 foot tall bear wearing an orange sweater. But yes, we get it, even a mascot's lack of pants can be polarizing. So therefore we've decided that Rudy will wear jeans going forward. Oh, he's gonna look cool and change. Don't look good. After all, he is unbearably cute and in Paul to replace. He sure is. But this is a standard cartoon thing. We are right. Donald duck doesn't wear pants? Rudy will continue to champion good food and good times for many years. I'm all for this. I don't need to be looking at these mascots getting all turned on.

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How Could Al Gore Defend Flying Private to Davos?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:51 sec | Last week

How Could Al Gore Defend Flying Private to Davos?

"Let's bring nonpolitical for 5 minutes. Can we do that? I think you and I can do it together. We can do this. Let's be nonpolitical. How could Al Gore possibly defend flying private to Davos? Considering him ranting and raving about rainbow rain bombs. Quick duck there's a rain bomb coming. The boiling waters, manstein's, he really does, it sounds like you're overhearing a conversation in the mental ward. There's something wrong with the guy. And how would he answer the question, how can you rant and rave about the perils of climate change and harm the environment that much by flying private big gas guzzling ozone destroying private jet like you did?

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Sizzling Pastrnak's hat trick sends Bruins past Ducks, 7-1

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 2 weeks ago

Sizzling Pastrnak's hat trick sends Bruins past Ducks, 7-1

"The bruins rolled to a 7 one win over the ducks behind David pasternak, who had a hat trick and one assist. Buckland and obviously I had some good looks, you know, and I was able to capitalize in them, but games like this sometimes good. Pasternak was coming off a two goal performance against the sharks before helping Boston complete a three game sweep of California teams, pasternak has 32 goals and 40 games in season. David crece had a goal and two assists and Brad Marshawn hampus lindholm and Charlie Coyle added third period tallies. Jeremy swimming handled 28 shots. I'm Dave ferry.

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The Latest in sports

AP News Radio

02:00 min | 3 weeks ago

The Latest in sports

"AP sports on Dave ferry, Bill safety demar Hamlin is breathing on his own and speaking after having his breathing tube removed Friday. Hamlin joined the team's morning meeting by video conference on Friday, bills coach Sean McDermott. They stood up right away and clapped for him and yelled some things to him and it was a pretty, pretty cool exchange. Hamlin went into cardiac arrest in the first quarter of Monday's game against the Bengals. Meanwhile, the NFL has approved a resolution that could move the AFC title game to a neutral site. That would occur if both teams played an unequal number of games and could have been the number one seed. NBA. Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving led the nets to their 13th win in 14 games. One O 8 one O two versus the pelicans. Duran had 33 points and ten rebounds, Irving scored 19, including a deep three to put the nets ahead one O 6 100 with 44 seconds remaining. Our growth as a team is just seeing some of our leaders on our team included myself, just be poised. And it's making a big difference. Michael luongo saw Zach lavine lead the bulls to a one 26 one 12 win over the 76ers. Lavina and fourth three point baskets during a 21 5 third quarter run that gave Chicago a 90 74 lead. He had a game high 41. He just fall into it. You know, I'm confident with all the shots I take, but then eventually, you know, you make a couple in a row, you're like, okay. After that, I was just target practice. Other NBA winners were the pacers nicks hornets thunder and spurs, along with the Timberwolves heat and Lakers. NHL and the predators stopped the capitals three to two, Craig heiss was there. Ryan McDonald scored his first goal of the season with three 16 to go in regulation, Thomas Novak and yakov trenin also scored for the predators while Kevin locken in May 30 saves. The Panthers flames and Blackhawks also won on ice as did the ducks and jets. The daggers have designated Trevor Bauer for assignment. Bauer had been suspended for all of last season for violating MLB's domestic abuse and social assault policy, but he was never charged. I'm Dave ferry, AP sports.

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Henrique helps Ducks knock off Golden Knights 3-2 in SO

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | Last month

Henrique helps Ducks knock off Golden Knights 3-2 in SO

"John Gibson made 49 saves in the ducks three to two shoot out win against the golden knights. Just got to make the plays make the saves and team did a good job clearing the rebounds out and helped me out when I needed to Gibson had missed the previous 5 games with a lower body injury. Adam henrique scored twice for Anaheim in the first period and Trevor ziegler's in Troy Terry had the only tallies in the shootout, Mark stone and Ben Hutton netted the goals for Vegas. Mark Myers Anaheim

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Nix leads No. 15 Oregon to Holiday Bowl win vs. Tar Heels

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | Last month

Nix leads No. 15 Oregon to Holiday Bowl win vs. Tar Heels

"Bone Knicks through a 6 yard touchdown pass to chase coda with 19 seconds left to give 15th ranked Oregon at 28 27 win over North Carolina in the holiday bowl. Nicks went 23 of 30 for 205 yards and two touchdowns and said the winning play is something they practiced over and over. I think everybody on the sideline kind of wanted that play and I was just happened to be the one that might have verbalized it. Ducks running back Bucky Irving rushed for a 149 yards on 13 carries with two touchdowns to win the game's offensive MVP. Tar heels quarterback Drake may finished 18 for 35 with 206 yards and three touchdowns in the loss. Philip gon, San Diego.

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Five Republicans Stand in the Way of Kevin McCarthy

Mark Levin

01:30 min | 2 months ago

Five Republicans Stand in the Way of Kevin McCarthy

"You know some of you might be wondering although I haven't heard it but you might be wondering Mark why are you so frustrated and unhappy with these 5 conservatives Who are saying they won't vote from McCarthy Folks There's two reasons for this One is they don't have anybody to defeat McCarthy This is all drama And if they screw up you could wind up with a Democrat speaker Or a speaker who's incredibly moderate with a few of the moderate disloyal Republicans throwing in with the Democrats So it's a stupid game to play when you have no plan B number two an equally if not more important This lame duck session is dangerous Mitch McConnell is working with Schumer to try and push through a massive omnibus spending bill and then a massive debt ceiling increase with the support of the editorial page of The Wall Street Journal This is what he does I know what he does This is what he does So while these 5 are stirring the pot and telling us they're going to get some really great concessions from McCarthy while I'd better They sure as hell better They want some of the chairmanship and committees All this inside baseball crap means nothing to me

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Sen. Mike Lee: RFMA Did Not Adopt Amendment for Religious Protections

Mark Levin

01:29 min | 2 months ago

Sen. Mike Lee: RFMA Did Not Adopt Amendment for Religious Protections

"And I drafted an amendment of prohibiting that saying that you know this bill can't be allowed to pass unless it has this religious protection built into it Tragically today the United States Senate passed legislation that codified operator but did not adopt my amendment for any comparable amendment Providing that protection to religious nonprofits and other religious institutions and individuals So sad day really because as you point out we're in a lame duck session of Congress a Republican House has just been elected and is about to kick in in a few weeks They waited just a little bit longer Add shoot Have there not been 12 Republicans Have there been fewer than ten Republicans willing to vote with the Democrats on this issue Fewer than ten well this couldn't have been done until at least the next Congress And the next Congress if it got done it would be done much more respectfully if religious freedom Moreover I think even in this Congress they might well have been able to adopt this thing have these 12 Republicans not made it so darn easy So the Democrats to pass it without the religious protection They had other language in there that provided some religious protection but not for the problem I'm describing It was far inadequate for that They passed it anyway And I think that's really sad

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Sen. Mike Lee: What Is the 'Respect for Marriage Act?'

Mark Levin

01:54 min | 2 months ago

Sen. Mike Lee: What Is the 'Respect for Marriage Act?'

"I need you to walk America through this step by step Why in the hell was there a marriage bill during this lame duck session in the Senate that Republicans supported many of them negotiated And that most of the American people have no idea what's taking place here What happened here Well in a nutshell the bill was designed to in effect codify the obergefell willing Some people were getting nervous based on justice That same sex marriage Yes about same sex marriage Decision was issued in 2015 by the Supreme Court that declared there to be a constitutional right to same sex marriage Justice Thomas mentioned in his concurring opinion in the Dobbs case He mentioned the obergefell case and suggested that it ought to be reviewed perhaps to figure out whether substantive due process was appropriate for that But didn't even say it should be overruled It was only justice saying that but a bunch of people said well we've got to codify it And so they proceeded with it Look in saying that they're ignoring the fact That obergefell is not going away The story decis that doctrine the Supreme Court uses to decide whether to keep relying on precedent doesn't play the same way with same sex marriage as it did with abortion Nobody thinks it's going away But the Democrats decided they needed to codify it anyway So once they started doing that I said hey you know we've got to be careful here because if you're not careful we're going to end up accidentally declaring all religious institutions bigots and in violation of a number of federal civil rights laws

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Biden hosts congressional leaders on lame-duck sprint

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 2 months ago

Biden hosts congressional leaders on lame-duck sprint

"President Biden has hosted Congress's top leaders at a bid to lock in more legislative wins before a Democrats lose house control in January. We're here to get work done. The president sat at the head of a table facing top Democrats Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer, along with GOP leaders, Mitch McConnell, and Kevin McCarthy. There's a lot to do, including resolving the train strike. A potentially crippling freight rail strike next week. It's not an easy call, but I think we have to do it. The economy is at risk. The president is also where Jay legislation to avoid a government shutdown next month and pushing for it to include more funding for the COVID-19 response and Ukraine. Sagar Meghani, Washington.

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"ducks" Discussed on The Hockey PDOcast

The Hockey PDOcast

02:17 min | 2 months ago

"ducks" Discussed on The Hockey PDOcast

"I <Speech_Male> think like 8 or ten <Speech_Male> or something and <Speech_Male> which was still in hindsight <Speech_Male> way too high, but <Speech_Male> that's how excited I <Speech_Male> was about this group <Speech_Male> from a watchability perspective <Speech_Male> and <Speech_Male> I've been I've been slowly <Speech_Male> disappointed. So honestly <Speech_Male> this chat was <Speech_Male> as much for me as the <Speech_Male> listeners because I needed like <Speech_Male> a <Speech_Male> 50 minute therapy session <Speech_Male> with you to just kind of talk or <Speech_Male> talk my feelings through this. <Silence> Oh, <Speech_Male> I'm glad I'm glad I <Speech_Male> can help. <Speech_Male> It's been really rough. <Speech_Male> I mean, they're still watchable <Speech_Male> if you're a fan of the other <Speech_Male> team. Like you could still <Speech_Male> get something out of <Speech_Male> whatever the other <Speech_Male> teams got going. I <Speech_Male> just love that last night <Speech_Male> against Seattle <Speech_Male> that Daniel sprung <Speech_Male> did the like <Speech_Male> ear to the hand to the <Speech_Male> ear to the crowd thing. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> Because <Speech_Male> I Kirby docked and <Speech_Male> I'm just not <Speech_Male> convinced that that many people <Speech_Male> in the crowd actually <Speech_Male> even knew <Speech_Male> that Daniel sprung ever played <Speech_Male> for the ducks, but <Speech_Male> the <Speech_Male> 47 <Speech_Male> people still <Speech_Male> still in their seats at that <Speech_Male> time were <Speech_Male> kind of like in different on a <Speech_Male> big revenge <Speech_Male> move by Daniel strong <Speech_Male> yeah, <Speech_Male> which was really funny because <Speech_Male> it was like <Speech_Male> he didn't even make a <Speech_Male> move but <Speech_Male> Kevin Schindler characters <Speech_Male> went absolutely <Speech_Male> barreling into his own <Speech_Male> goalie and knocked him out of the <Speech_Male> play and he was like, it was <Speech_Male> an empty net or really. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> But yeah, it <Speech_Male> is what it is. <Speech_Male> Daniel strong <Speech_Male> certainly is not short on <Speech_Male> confidence and swagger <Speech_Male> and so <Speech_Male> I'll give him that <Speech_Male> much. <Speech_Male> All right man, well, <Speech_Male> this was a blast. I'm glad <Speech_Male> we finally got to do this. <Speech_Male> I'm a big fan of <Speech_Male> your podcast. So I'll <Speech_Male> let you <Speech_Male> get here. <Speech_Male> And you <Speech_Male> better not shout out the <Speech_Male> beaker anymore because <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> both myself and the listeners <Speech_Male> can't take any more <Speech_Male> beaker shout outs, <Speech_Male> but I will let you plug your <Speech_Male> own podcast. <Speech_Male> Yeah, if you <Speech_Male> want to check out <Speech_Male> the podcast I do with <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> my good buddy, J cru Rudolph. <Speech_Male> It's crashed <Speech_Male> the pond. <Speech_Male> We have a podcast up <Speech_Male> every week. <Speech_Male> We're also writing now <Speech_Male> at the sporting tribune, <Speech_Male> covering the Anaheim <Speech_Male> ducks there. So <Speech_Male> just check me on Twitter, <Speech_Male> Felix the cards, <Speech_Male> search for me, and <Speech_Male> yeah, if you need <Speech_Male> your ducks fix <Speech_Male> and Derek <Speech_Male> grant complaints, we've <Speech_Male> got you covered. <Speech_Male> I want to give a shout out to <Speech_Male> your <Speech_Male> Jake and my pals <Speech_Male> walk. One of the <Speech_Male> nicest guys in the <Speech_Male> industry. So I wanted <Speech_Male> to make sure he <Speech_Male> agreed. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> Love Jake. All right man, well, this <Speech_Male> is a blast. I'm really glad <Speech_Male> we got to do this. <Speech_Male> Certainly have you <Speech_Male> back on. I think maybe <Speech_Male> we should aim again <Speech_Male> for <Speech_Male> closer. Actually, but we'll see <Speech_Male> how the deadline if this <Speech_Male> team gets involved in <Speech_Male> some of these trades, but certainly <Speech_Male> as we get into <Speech_Male> the off season because I think <Speech_Male> there are going to be some <Speech_Male> fireworks coming out <Speech_Male> of the ducks. <Speech_Male> Yeah, can't <Silence> wait. <Speech_Male> All right, <SpeakerChange> cheers, pal. <Speech_Male> You are listening <Speech_Male> to the hockey PDO guest streaming on the sportsnet radio network.

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"ducks" Discussed on The Hockey PDOcast

The Hockey PDOcast

05:49 min | 2 months ago

"ducks" Discussed on The Hockey PDOcast

"Will be competing like probably within the next couple years. It's not going to take that long, I don't think. No, I commend them. I guess he had the benefit of coming in with a relatively clean slate and not being emotionally attached at all. And so he could kind of pull a trigger on a lot of these moves. But I think people forget that around this time last year, what was the ducks record? They were they were the team that I thought they might be again this year where they come out. They capture your attention a little bit. You're at least excited about what's happening. They're winning more games than you probably expected. And there was a big question of what are they going to do with all these players? And I think there's no doubt that it was the right long-term move. Forget even the extensions just to get as many assets as they could for all these guys. And not to mention, what have we been talking about this entire time? I saw what Josh Manson and hampus lindholm looked on this team. And it was not what they are right now. And so there's no reason to believe that they would have replicated that form. This season, I think it would have been a lot more of the same and we'd be like, oh man, they really should have gotten out from these guys because they're way past their prime when in reality it's probably just because it was really tough situation to play in. Right, absolutely. I mean, pav verbeek really hammered home that he didn't want to take on these big term contracts, which you could say, well, what's going on with that Ryan strong deal, but the slin home, I mean, he was going to he was wanting that 8 year deal from the ducks, and I think Josh Manson, he got a solid deal from the abs. Those just weren't smart contracts for this team to sign. Now, it's definitely not a guarantee that if bob Murray had still been the GM that those guys would have been traded because as obvious as moves, I think those were bob Murray showed a pretty strong willingness to re sign veterans that are not in their primary.

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"ducks" Discussed on The Hockey PDOcast

The Hockey PDOcast

05:52 min | 2 months ago

"ducks" Discussed on The Hockey PDOcast

"And that's definitely like the most objectionable deal that they signed. And I think that with him, I think it was just a matter of trying to fill this kind of role with leaving it and whatnot. But yeah, to your point, like that could just be mason mctavish planning second line center and then you can just fill out the rest however you want. I think that would be much more interesting. And like 5 million, it's not as if you can't go get that 5 million somewhere else to get to the cap floor. So yeah, it's not looking like a great signing. But like we were talking about earlier and it wasn't awesome at the time either. I think it was fair value for just what he is. Like I think market value, that's a fair deal for him, but to what we were talking about earlier though. It's hard to say how good or bad he's truly been because we're still not sure about this environment that these guys are playing it either, so it's just a very difficult kind of problem to solve right now for everybody involved. Yeah, so how do you feel about that then do you feel like the objective for these final whatever 60 games they have on the schedule? Should be at least trying to make a concerted effort to be able to better evaluate these players or do you think it's like, all right, we're going to be the worst even the league and hopefully the best odds of landing Connor Bernard and that is worth it because I certainly see a lot of that from ducks fans and I get it. If you have any even if it increases 1% like you go for it because that could legitimately make such a difference for your franchise moving forward. But I do think it might be underselling a little bit sort of this like how deep rooted and insidious of a negative impact this situation can have for everyone just because it's like it's so tough to know what you got.

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"ducks" Discussed on The Hockey PDOcast

The Hockey PDOcast

05:18 min | 2 months ago

"ducks" Discussed on The Hockey PDOcast

"And on the wing he's just kind of stifled, then the one shot they gave him a center between those guys. It lasted all of one period. So yeah, but shout out to Brett Lisa. I mean, he's on a good line right now. So clearly there's something going on there. Well, the other thing that I posed to you in our chat was I wonder what John kleinberg is thinking right now, because he signs that one year, $7 million deal this summer, right? It basically didn't have any better offers available. He, I assumed the logic was like, all right, well, I'm going to get a reasonable one year payday here. Go to a situation where I'm going to be able to at least play a lot, especially in scoring situations, maybe get a good individual season in terms of production going. And then get traded whenever I want to because he's got the built in trade production of they essentially can't trade him without his permission till January 1st and then after that, it's a team deal, right? And he comes into the year and these are his are his total so far. He's been outscored 23 to 11 at 5 one 5. High danger chances with him on the ice are a 116 to 63 for the opposition. He's got the one goal and 7 assists, only four of those points have come at 5 one 5. And we mentioned Dimitri kulakov who has been his most regular partner so far this season. The two of them of a sub 30 expected goal share on the ice together. And so, you know, he certainly not to blame by any means because a lot of these issues we've been talking about are certainly things that have played John kleinberg for a lot of his career. But at the same time, I imagine when he was like mapping out how this year I was going to go for him and how he was going to use it to get a bigger payday when the capital was a little bit and other teams potentially had spending cash. It's about as badly as he could have misplayed a hand, I think, and it's not, he's not blameless, but also it's kind of like a bit out of his control as well because I think we all expected this ducks team to be at least a bit more confident that they've shown. Yeah, and I think John kleinberg is definitely not a guide that you put onto a team that's still building out its infrastructure. It just doesn't have a solid foundation and the expectant to succeed. And that's where I go back to coaching. But really with him, it's just defensively. I mean, you talked about the numbers of sub 30 is just rare. It's hard to do. And it just seems like there's just no he doesn't have that balance of knowing when to get involved offensively and where to be defensively. It's just been a bit of a mess. And yeah, like going to the season of the idea was he was going to be this power play, get his points there, play some solid minutes. And if the team was bad, at least like he said, he's going to have some good individual numbers, be able to get flipped to a contender, and that's going to help him go get that contract. Hey, if it went well, then he would maybe get extended with the ducks or who knows, but that was always the plan.

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"ducks" Discussed on The Hockey PDOcast

The Hockey PDOcast

04:38 min | 2 months ago

"ducks" Discussed on The Hockey PDOcast

"And you know, they've talked about how, oh, well, look at what dowels Dickens did for Troy Terry, and how he's allowed him to get that confidence. And that may be true. I think Dallas is a really good motivator, but Dallas Dickens was also the one scratching him a few years ago and not letting him play. So I don't know exactly how much the development happened there. And Trevor Zeke, I mean, last year, and the year before was getting benched left and right, you know, like game situations, not allowed to take face offs, so I just don't really know how much of a boost these guys are getting just at their baseline. And that's really tricky. Like you said, a lot of these guys are so good that it's probably not going to end up mattering, but you would like to see a better environment for that growth. Yeah, it reminds me a little bit of Jeff blashill in Detroit last year where it's very clear that and maybe a pad would be coming from the choice. All right, well, we're just going to play this string out. He's clearly not going to be here when we have intentions of at least competing, but it doesn't really, it's not worth our time mobile is to make this move now. We're just going to lay out the rest of the year. And that's obviously a very tricky situation to navigate for everyone involved. Clearly, I don't necessarily feel bad for Dallas because he's the 6th longest tenured coach in the league right now, which is a remarkable sentence to say out loud and says as much about the NHL environment for coaches and how difficult it is to stick around as much as anything he's done, but the frustration for me is mentioned how it's the veterans who are kind of sometimes struggling here and not the young players. If you're going to be bad, that's one thing that's totally fine. But I want to see some experimentation and trying to take risks and see what you have instead of just sort of the status quo, right?

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"ducks" Discussed on The Hockey PDOcast

The Hockey PDOcast

03:56 min | 2 months ago

"ducks" Discussed on The Hockey PDOcast

"Welcome to the hockey PDO guest. My name is a Mitchell filippovich and joining me is my good buddy. I feel like cigarette Felix, what's going on? It's going well, demetria album. I'm glad to be here and talk about one of the most exciting teams in the NHL. Yes, the Anaheim ducks. We're doing the Anaheim ducks deep dive officially. I mean, I've got a lot of negative thoughts that probably that you're going to echo as well. And then we can unpack. I felt like let's start with the glass half full approach and focus on what I think has been one of the real bright lights in this otherwise leak dark cold environment that has been Anaheim dogs hockey, dating back to

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Carl Jackson: If We Want to Save America, We Have to Stay and Fight

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:14 min | 2 months ago

Carl Jackson: If We Want to Save America, We Have to Stay and Fight

"Instead of encouraging people to get married and to have babies and instead of encouraging women not to kill their unborn babies, the answer to America's population problem is more illegal immigration. Well, what about the population problem that will occur in the countries that they left? Fascinating what the left does. And guys, listen, call your congressman call your senators. I know that we were all hoping to get a break. But if we're going to save America, we've got to stay in this fight. Listen, our soldiers and World War I World War II Vietnam, the Korean War, the Iraq War, Afghanistan, war. They didn't get to rest. The Civil War, the Revolutionary War, they didn't get to rest. Neither do we, and we don't have to take up arms. Thank God to do it. So we have to stay in this fight and right now. God, I wish the Republicans would do something eventually. I've praying to God we get a simple supermajority one day and we will do something about this lame duck session because the left is gonna do all that they can to cram legislation down our throats while they can. These people don't play by the rules. Republicans want to play nice. It isn't gonna work.

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Mitch McConnell Is a Poor Leader

Mark Levin

01:38 min | 2 months ago

Mitch McConnell Is a Poor Leader

"There are several narratives out there that I just don't accept Including from a number of friends of mine colleagues of mine We're not angry with each other We're not fighting with each other Brett Hume and Mark thiessen over At Twitter they're looking at the numbers They're big let's just be honest McConnell proponents and I saw this in the Tea Party 2010 I saw it when Ted Cruz was taking on McConnell how they all attacked Ted Cruz My problems with McConnell which I'll get to in a minute go much deeper than even this last election He is a very poor leader Now they can point the judges all they want Joe Biden is kicking our ass on judges right now Just slaughtering us We're not filibustering their judges He's actually beating now the rate of judicial appointments that Trump had and Reagan had And so that is bad news I also don't like the way Mitch McConnell uses his campaign funds Yes to help other candidates but also to go after candidates You don't know that bold duck in New Hampshire the people New Hampshire know Faced four and a half $1 million worth of ads in the Republican primary Smearing him and that money was coming from the Senate leadership fund which was McConnell He raises this money from very wealthy Republican donors and then does with it as he wishes

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No. 24 Washington rallies late, topples No. 6 Oregon 37-34

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 2 months ago

No. 24 Washington rallies late, topples No. 6 Oregon 37-34

"Peyton Henry's 43 yard field goal with 51 seconds left gave number 25 Washington a stunning 37 34 road victory over number 6 Oregon U of O coach Dan Lange This game 100% falls on me right Our players gave phenomenal effort They tried really hard We shot ourselves in the foot a few times in the first half but we're able to move the ball You know much better in the second half you know that being said we weren't able to get a stop defensively Oregon saw its 8 game win streak come to an end Overall both the ducks and huskies are 8 and two I'm Bruce Morton

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Remember, Republicans Still Won Last Night

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:08 min | 2 months ago

Remember, Republicans Still Won Last Night

"Waking up today would you rather be a Republican or a Democrat? Would you rather be on the winning chamber of the losing team? Because I want to give you a little bit of perspective. The Republicans won. Joe Biden's agenda is done. Joe Biden is an absolute lame duck ineffective impotent president in terms of his gender for the next two years. Can't get it done without the house. That's a win. Ron DeSantis was a superstar last night. That's a win. Greg Abbott, Texas, voters, sending beto home once again. Robert Francis o'rourke lost. That's a win. Stacey Abrams loses again. I think this time she even conceded, that's called a win. I wasn't exactly father of the year. I know I made plenty of mistakes as a dad, but one thing I told my kids over and over again is when you don't get everything you want. Don't lose perspective.

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Nix, No. 8 Oregon turn up gadget plays, beat Colorado 49-10

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 3 months ago

Nix, No. 8 Oregon turn up gadget plays, beat Colorado 49-10

"Number 8 Oregon dominated throughout thumping Colorado 49 to ten Quarterback Bo Nick showed off his versatility running for two touchdowns throwing for two touchdowns and catching a TD pass Continued to just stop them throughout the game And so as we kept scoring they kept stopping them And so we just as a unit all sides of the ball we just had a complete game The high flying ducks have won 8 straight and lead the PAC 12 with a record of 6 and O The buffaloes are one in 8 Bruce Morton boulder Colorado

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 Pakistan's ex-PM Khan pauses protest march after shooting

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 3 months ago

Pakistan's ex-PM Khan pauses protest march after shooting

"Pakistan's former prime minister Imran Khan is in a stable condition after being shot and wounded during a protest march Khan's protest march and rallies were peaceful until the Thursday afternoon attack raising concerns about growing political instability in Pakistan a country with a history of political violence and assassinations Video footage showed him and his team ducking for cover on top of a vehicle as gunfire rings out One

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Nix accounts for 5 TDs in No. 8 Oregon's 42-24 win over Cal

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 3 months ago

Nix accounts for 5 TDs in No. 8 Oregon's 42-24 win over Cal

"Bone nicks accounted for 6 touchdowns and 471 yards of offense as 8th ranked Oregon hammered cow 42 24 I didn't play my best today Unfortunately the guys where I would play really good to still put up some points Nick's passed for 412 yards and three scores and he also ran for 59 yards and three TDs as the ducks moved to 5 O when the pack 12 Oregon broke it open with three TDs and less than 7 minutes bridging the two halves The ducks had 586 total yards with Noah whittington county for 133 and a TD I'm Dave ferry

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"ducks" Discussed on The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

04:00 min | 9 months ago

"ducks" Discussed on The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

"Forward to watching him and the and I'm ducks again next season Dallas. How much hockey will you watch or next to none? I mean, you'll get your business done with the ducks. Get into the off season recharge and maybe hit the bike and get ready for next season. Yeah, it's well, we'll watch as much as we can. And as the staff was going to door here, instead of having those guys hang around here and start reviewing everything and what we want to change, I thought it was guys go glue yourselves to the TVs. Let's watch these games. Let's think about what we think will look like blacks next year and how we can play and if there's anything from these other teams that they're doing that we might want to take on. Before we go and fully evaluate our own. So I'm like you guys, I'm flipping from game to game every night as much as I can. I keep a real close eye on the Calgary there with my relationship with Daryl. He's had an immense effect on me personally and on my career probably one of the best tires I've ever made and so I'm always watching him his pressors are second. And animal work in some bike rides and family time around and the game never ends now. And I think it's a good thing. I think it keeps us all out of trouble. No kidding. Well, Dallas, thanks for joining us. We appreciate it. Thanks, Alice. Yeah, anytime. And we'd like to raise a glass of 44 year old beautiful CC to Dallas deakins for joining us today. The head coach of the Anaheim ducks presented by Canadian club whisky, the 44 year old release is available everywhere. Now we've got some penguins news. We'll get to in just a moment, ray. But just to wrap up with Dallas here, man. I listened to Dallas talk. He's really good friends with Paul Maurice, right?.

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"ducks" Discussed on Gun Talk

Gun Talk

03:40 min | 10 months ago

"ducks" Discussed on Gun Talk

"And you can figure out your travel there. You can see what sponsors are signed up. You can volunteer. That's the thing that we should talk about is the volunteers because that again is one of those four keys that I talked about. You have, what did you say, 500 volunteers? Roughly 500 volunteers that it takes to put this event on. And volunteers are the lifeblood of ducks unlimited. We were started by volunteers. There wasn't a group of guys that said, hey, let's start an organization and make some money off of it. It was, it was four hunting buddies from New York City that were hunting down in North Carolina that said, we're seeing fewer and fewer ducks. We need to do something about this. Let's pull our money and see if we can't make a difference. That's literally the origins of ducks unlimited fast forward, 85 years, and that's still what we're doing today. The vast majority of the support and the people that are boots on the ground holding events raising money are our that volunteer army that makes up the power of ducks unlimited. There's a few of us like me who work for the organization and are blessed to work with those volunteers. But without the volunteers, ducks unlimited would truly cease to exist. That's fascinating. Hey, we're going to jump in real quick from a word from our sponsors. Lockdown. So do you have a wall that you need filled with something to house important items, maybe it's off of a hanger, maybe you want to organize your loading bench, which is what I need to do, and I have a blank wall there, perfect for secure walls from lockdown. It's an organization product. So this is going to keep you organized from start to finish. And that's a really important, especially when you're talking about reloading. You want to be organized, you want to be squared away, so every round that comes out is precisely complete. So they're easy to configure and they can be configured any way you want. So if you have an odd shaped wall or an odd shaped space, you can find a secure wall to fit it. So it's an inexpensive way to organize your firearms, your magazines and your gear. With wall panels, handgun and long gun hangers, pegs, rack shelves, and baskets all work within the secure wall. So it's kind of a multi fit universal fit for everything. But pair it with a vault door and turn any closet or even a room into your gun safe, use code gun talk ten at checkout for 10% off your entire cart. More can be found at lockdown dot com. Ducks unlimited. Now, they aren't like our normal sponsor. But I wanted to give them a special shout out because what they are doing is very important work in conserving our conserving our heritage. I can't stress the importance of ducks unlimited enough. They have over 4200 local chapter meetings a year. So if you go, you go to one of these events, know that the money that you bid on those raffle items or donate to ducks unlimited goes to a great cause. It's about conserving is about keeping those flyaways flowing with plenty of ducks for you to hunt and don't worry they're not only working up north or working all the way down to the coast to help conserve those flyways and.

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"ducks" Discussed on Gun Talk

Gun Talk

06:37 min | 10 months ago

"ducks" Discussed on Gun Talk

"On this gun talk hunt, we're on the horn with David Schuster of the ducks unlimited national organization, a big event happening right now. You're going to want to tune in. Welcome in, gun talk hunt fans. I am your host KJ and we're back with another exciting episode of gun talk hunt. This gun talk hunt is brought to you by crimson trace failure is not an option. And sig sauer analog down secure your lifestyle with lockdown. It's the lockdown lifestyle for us. We are here. Okay, I'm not there, but our next guest is at the Texas Motor Speedway because he is knee deep in the ducks expo, it's mister David Schuster. David, how are you doing today? Busy, but doing well. Well, that's good. And we're filming this a couple of days ahead, but as we are speaking, so April 8th through the tenth. Is your opportunity to go to the ducks unlimited expo. This is a big, this is their national expo. And the last one was last year. So this is the second annual, give us a little bit of background one on you, David, and two, because I know you're the national national director of event fundraising for ducks along with it. I'm not sure if I got that title, right? No, you did. That's exactly right. Yes, I knew I knew I could do it. I knew I could do it. But give us a little bit of your background and give us a little background on the ducks expo. Okay, well, I am the national director of event fundraising for ducks unlimited. So I'm involved in working with our 42,000 volunteers around the country and putting on all of these local ducks unlimited events that we have, which is 4200. We do 4200 events a year across the country through 2500 different chapters and we do that because of the dedication of our volunteers. And this event, the D UX, which in New York, this is the second year, is the largest event that we put on across the country. Now, it's our second year, but it feels like our first year because COVID canceled it in 2020. We had to postpone it in 2021. We ended up holding this thing at the end of June, and it was a fantastic event. We had over 44,000 people here, but if anybody's ever been to the Fort Worth area in the end of June, it was really hot. And the jacket off before God on camera here and the weather is phenomenal here. A totally different type field than last year. And I think our volunteers and our sponsors and our exhibitors kind of feel like this is year one, even though we had a great year last year, this is the year that I think we are going to see what this event can do. From all reports that I've received, it is a phenomenally a phenomenal event put on by ducks unlimited and you guys are only in year two. How are you able to pull off what you do at Texas Motor Speedway? Because that's where this thing is housed. And if you are wondering, yes, there is a Bucky's right across the street. I am a frequent visitor there when I pass through to go hunting. So it is a prime location. Well, first, we're able to do it because of the volunteers that we have. Over 500 volunteers come and oversee this event and help ducks unlimited put it on. Texas Motor Speedway is a fantastic partner and the facility here is phenomenal. And the one thing that they let us do is we have live fire ranges at this event. And that did to us, that's a big part of this event. And so in the infield and when you're in here, you're looking around. I mean, there's a racetrack around you and garages where all the exhibitors are set up. The infield is kind of the core of the event, but outside in the parking area, last year we built a 50 yard long by two story high berm knowing that we were going to be here for a few years and we laughed our rifles pistols and shotguns. We have a 300 yard rifle range. So if anybody's never shot a target at 300 yards, they can come to the UX and do that. Not only do we have the live fire opportunities, if you like what you have tried, you can go and transact a purchase of it and then have it shipped to the FFL of your choice. And we think that is a really special part of what do you X is and what makes this expo a little different than some of the other ones out there. Well, by far one of the most intriguing and the volunteers on site and the folks helping out with this are professionals. And I think that needs to be stated. They're not just sending me out there and you're not going to just walk up the line, grab a gun and just start blasting. It's a very well executed orchestra, if you will. I mean, it's very nice. But to be able to fire at live fire at Texas Motor Speedway doesn't happen. I think that needs to be said. You can't go roll up any weekend at the Texas Motor Speedway and shoot. To my knowledge, this is the only event that they will allow this to take place. Absolutely. And we started planning this event along with our partners at TMS, Texas Motor Speedway. We worked with the city of Fort Worth and the Fort Worth police department and to your point, our range officers are all all worked for the Fort Worth police department. So it is professionals that are working the ranges. It's trying volunteers who are assisting them and it is a very high level organized process to go and do this always keeping safety first and foremost, but we're probably going to shoot 60,000 rounds of ammunition this weekend to Texas Motor Speedway. What do you do with all that brass, David? I pick it up. I know. Well, you know, that brass has to go somewhere. I want to know where it's going because I've got a guy in Louisiana. Specifically down in the New Orleans area that would much appreciate 60,000 plus rounds..

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"ducks" Discussed on The Naked Scientists

The Naked Scientists

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"ducks" Discussed on The Naked Scientists

"Go with asking. Go with arsenic. And it's a good choice. The answer has indeed be arsenic trioxide. Napoleon is famously believed to have been poisoned by his wallpaper that had been painted with shields green, arsenic is found in surviving samples of his hair, but even if there wasn't enough in the paint to kill Napoleon, there was enough in his hair to cause illness. So at the end of round two, that's one point to seraphina and John, and two points to NASA and Hugh. So it's still all to play for. Round three in our being green quiz is it ain't easy being green. Came at the frog performed the hit song being green in 1970 for Sesame Street. As Kermit is a frog, this round is about frogs. That is not at all tenuous. That's when I really, really. This is just because I really like frogs, so I wanted to do a job. So with this being green round on frogs, question one to sarafina and John. 40% of amphibian species are under threat. And a lot of that is because of a deadly frog fungus. This initially spread really quickly as frogs were being shipped around the world. What were they being used for? Was it a as a mosquito control agent? Was it B testing the safety of drinking water or was it C pregnancy tests? Here I see you know it, but this is not for you to try and keep a poker face. We call a friend. Annoyingly, three stories down is the guy who works on frog fungus is and would have the answer. So if you gave me 30 minutes to run down to Matt's office, I would have the answer. Has he ever mentioned to you at lunchtime? Why frogs were such useful animals and it's not pregnancy tests? What were the other two? We've got as a mosquito control agent testing the safety of drinking water and pregnancy tests. I think it's BRC. Simply according to Hughes reaction, I think it's BRC. I got to go B we're going to go for B testing the safety of drinking water. You put them out of their misery, what is it? Pregnancy testing? It is indeed test. Female xenopus frogs were widely used as pregnancy tests in the 1950s.

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"ducks" Discussed on The Naked Scientists

The Naked Scientists

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"ducks" Discussed on The Naked Scientists

"Was the first one? We have chromium copper and cadmium. Let's go chromium. It feels like that one that sort of crystal color used to do for precipitation. But go for it. The answer is indeed, chromium. Yeah. Emerald is a green barrel colored by about 2% chromium and sometimes vanadium. Aquamarine, which is obviously aquamarine colored blue, has iron impurities and the color of morganite, which is a rose pink color can be attributed to manganese irons. Good job. So question two, Vanessa and hue. 400s of years, copper ores such as malachite were used as green pigments. In 1775, Carl Wilhelm shield invented a new green pigment that took the world by storm. But what question of all component did he mix with copper to obtain this green color? Was it a, potassium cyanide? Was it B, arsenic trioxide, or was it C mercury fulminate? Arsenic thing rings of bell. But lots of painters in horrible things by licking their brushes and things and getting all sorts of things. So it could be any of those that would give you a nasty end. But the radium women who painted radioactive watch faces used to have terrible poisoning after licking their yeah. But lovely smiles. Until their jewels dropped off. Yeah. Well, I don't know. Some reason I'm associating arsenic with white for no reason whatsoever. And how to press it for an answer. I want to go with yours. Yeah, let's go with asking. Go with arsenic. And it's a good choice. The answer has indeed be arsenic trioxide. Napoleon is famously believed to have been.

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"ducks" Discussed on The Naked Scientists

The Naked Scientists

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"ducks" Discussed on The Naked Scientists

"Is the middle one. And this time. It is correct. A third of our water goes down the toilet. One of the more disgusting things I learned while writing the book was that only 30% of men wash their hands after going to the toilet in petrol stations. That crept up to 40% during the pandemic, but I think it's back down again. Okay, so I'm now back on side with Sally and the can we follow the condors because the men are not doing well here. You grubby creatures. What does anyone touch inside of petrol station and how can I avoid touching it at all? Oh my goodness. I suppose they're using less water into it. We're saving the planet. Through planting. Well, at the end of round one, that's so far no points to sarafina and John and one point to NASA and Hugh. But still catch up round two and being green, green is not only the color of envy. Question one to sarafina and John. Emerald, aquamarine and morganite are all types of beryl. Their individual characteristic colors are determined by metal impurities. What metal impurity gives emerald its green color? Is it a chromium? Is it B, copper, or is it C cadmium? I think it's not copper. Okay. It's absolutely no idea. I just feel like you would be able to see that. I don't know. What was the first one? We have chromium copper and cadmium. Let's go chromium. It feels like that one that sort of crystal color used to do for precipitation. But.

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"ducks" Discussed on The Naked Scientists

The Naked Scientists

05:18 min | 1 year ago

"ducks" Discussed on The Naked Scientists

"The water warms up a bit, some of the things you're doing can actually be harmful to you, but also the competitors that don't need to worry about doing that extra effort. So they can eat faster reproduce faster growth faster could all come in and out compete you. And those other animals are quite far away, but it's amazing that we got Antarctica so isolated, but we have tourist ships going down there now scientific vessels. We have fishing boats going down there. All of which can carry animals backwards and forwards. But we even have things like microplastics and things washing into Antarctica. So even a place that we thought was quite safe from our impacts has got things coming in. And we have something like 700 million pieces of kelp, floating around the southern ocean at any one point. And all you need is one, particularly bad invasive species to be sat on one of those pieces of kelp and get washed onto the right beach in Antarctica. In a warm year and it could become established. And that's why monitoring Antarctica and seeing where the most likely to be affected places are through climate change ocean acidification and all these other things is the job that we do. Well, if you thought that a whole continent potentially being ecologically destroyed was bad enough, our next question is for sarafina, and it's from listen to Jamie, who asks, I've heard some reports that beetlejuice might be about to turn into a supernova. Should we be worried about Betelgeuse exploding? What is the damaging radius of a supernova? So sarafina I first had to clear up. Is it beetle juice or beetle gurs? Fetal juice. You were right on the money the first time. Good and as far as I know, it's in Orion. That's pretty much all I know about it. Tell us more about it. Yeah, so it's the left shoulder of Orion. It shines bright red. So if you ever look and look up at the night sky and see the Orion constellation, you'll be able to spot Betelgeuse pretty easily because it's so red compared to the other sort of white stars. And it's red because it's a red supergiant, meaning it's very, very, very big. And it's later on in its stellar evolution life cycle than our sun, for example. So it has ballooned out and taken up this red color and everybody astronomers and non astronomers alike have been really interested in Betelgeuse, especially recently because it has been fading and dimming and people have wondered whether that dimming means that it might be close to exploding. So it's actually interesting because there's no real astronomical physical reason why it should dim before it explodes. In reality, we would think that it would actually get brighter before it explodes. And that's what we've seen when we sort of look to other stars that have exploded. But that said, Betelgeuse is extremely close to us. It's about 600 light years away. And so we get a different perspective of the precursors or the progenitors of supernova by watching and monitoring Betelgeuse than we see from other stars. And so that has sort of tested our theories of stellar evolution to make us wonder if we understand exactly what goes on in a star before it explodes. You say 600 light years isn't very far away. Does that mean I should be worrying packing an emergency bag, something like that in case it goes off? So the good news is, well, there's two pieces of good news. The first is that it's probably not going to explode for another 100,000 years. So even though it's going through this sort of dimming and rebranding life cycle, it turns out that that's actually because the surface of Betelgeuse is sort of expelling bits of dust. And that dust is obfuscating the star from our line of sight. And Betelgeuse simply appears dimmer than it actually is. So I like to say that Betelgeuse has been burping a lot and we are sort of not seeing it because we're seeing the burp and not the star itself. So that's the first piece of good news. The second piece of good news is that it's far enough away that we will not really be impacted by the explosion. If we're still around in a 100,000 years, you know, we will simply see a very bright star that will be as bright as the moon during the day and the night for about a month, and then it will sort of dim away and that's about as much of an impact as that explosion will have on earth. John. How close is bad? So, I mean, you have to, for example, you know, obviously, if our sun were massive enough to explode as a supernova, it's not. That's not how it's going to die. But if it were, we would be screwed. So we're safe from the sun. Sun won't go supernova. We're safe from the sun. However, it will expand into being a red giant. And sort of how Betelgeuse is a red supergiant. The sun will continue to expand in a similar fashion. And it will actually sort of envelop the earth throughout its expansion. So, you know, that's not good news for us. At least we might have wiped out all infectious diseases by that point, John though, if it's the right side. And it'll take out the ducks.

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"ducks" Discussed on The Naked Scientists

The Naked Scientists

04:58 min | 1 year ago

"ducks" Discussed on The Naked Scientists

"Next clue, this is a sound you couldn't normally hear with your ears. Sarafina got any ideas there? I have two haunches. The first one is is it wind on another planet? Interesting. And your second hunch? Is it the resonant frequencies of planets? Interesting. Well, we shall see as we get some more clues. Oh, I'm teasing you now, aren't I? John, it's over to you next. We have had a question in from listen at rohin, who asks, there's now a malaria vaccine being rolled out. Do you think we could wipe out malaria like we did wipe out smallpox? Yes, optimistically, I think we can, and not just with the vaccines. I think there'll be a number of different ways. But if you go back 400 years, malaria was much more widespread. So Shakespeare had the ague, which he probably think was malaria. And it was associated with swampy grounds. And as the places like East Anglia were drained properly, the mosquitos that carried the malaria disappeared. So through a program of getting rid of that family of mosquitos that carries malaria and some vaccines and some drugs that stop transmission and better bed nets, you could get to a place where we are malaria free. And remarkably in the last year, China became malaria free. And there are relatively few countries that now have malaria. So yes, I think we can achieve that. And not necessarily through vaccines or not. That's amazing. Such good news. What about everyone's favorite infectious disease, the common cold? Are we ever going to wipe that out? No. So some things just because it isn't one thing. Common cold is a whole collection of viruses, bacteria, funguses, anything that can kind of get into your nose and inflame it and cause you to make snot and mucus is a common cold. There are as many things under the sun that can cause those as you can imagine. Where does coronavirus fit on that scale between smallpox and flu then in terms of viruses stable enough that we could wipe them out? So coronavirus is there's lots of different coronaviruses where the one that has just kind of caused the pandemic is SARS CoV-2. So it's the second very severe recorded coronavirus in the last 15 years. But there are other ones that are kind of common colker and viruses that if you went around and swap people you'd find in these kind of endemic coronaviruses. In theory, they are more stable than influenza. So flu when it makes copies of itself, we describe it as leaky. So basically, when it makes copies of its own genetic material, it's like when you make a photocopy of the photography of a photocopy, each time you add it, you put in more and more errors. And flu kind of changes quite quickly over time. While coronaviruses have something called a proofreading ability, which is like somebody checking the photocopies and putting the original one back on and making kind of clean copies each time. So in theory, coronaviruses don't change as quickly as flu viruses. We have seen them changing in the last 18 months, but that's probably because everyone has had it and so it's had much more opportunities to change. And the more roles of the dice, the more changes you'll get. Well, Nessa, I've got a question for you now. I have seen in the news about a condor that is a huge type of vulture that has had chicks without mating with a male. How can that happen genetically? Because as far as I know, birds are like us and that they need both a sperm and an egg cell to combine to create offspring. Right. So Hugh I take your flesh eating duck and I raise you a parthenogenetic function. So parthenogenesis is the phrase we use for creating live young without mating. We've had hints before that this can happen in birds. But we've never seen it in species like condors and vultures, which are these huge, huge scavengers. The really weird thing about these condors that did it these female condors is they actually had access to males to fertile males. Normally we only see this thing in birds of producing eggs and young with no males under extreme conditions where there's no males around. But this time there were males. It's just for some reason the females decided not to bother with them. So it wasn't that there weren't no that the condors didn't have a man. They just didn't want a man. They just didn't want a man. They just decided that this time the vulture sisters were doing it for themselves. And these two females, so it happens twice. They laid eggs and those hatched and it was little male condors that came out. And it seems like what happened was when the female first started producing an egg. When you do that, you basically half the amount of your DNA because essentially each offspring gets half from mom and half from dad. But it looks like what the female database she halved her DNA and then thought, I'm not bother with that. I'll just copy this so that I end up with the right amount of DNA..

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"ducks" Discussed on All The Kings Men

All The Kings Men

05:52 min | 2 years ago

"ducks" Discussed on All The Kings Men

"I'm gonna actually go way off the board Since you did mention the hugo. I'm going to say it was. Adrian kempe is second breakaway attempt at hat trick in the second game. He didn't actually get it. But i just love the fact that they're up five to one. There's i don't know what it was like less than three minutes left in the game. He'd already tried once at midnight by gives them gopher again. I want this and the team was looking for him and to me. I just love that you know. They're not concerned about playing nice right. They're going they're going for it And i think that's important so for me it's swagger man it's about swagger so jack player of the series and like i said i think we're all proud go. Yeah cambay but honorable mention for troy grow snake issue his first win in five and a half years kara. It's too easy to say camby isn't it. I got something else. They whatever you want. I think i think i'm going to go. Copy man is just night in a night out and it's not even about the numbers in these last. Two games is not even about the timely goal which he had in this last game to me so in awe of him in dustin brown night in night out continuing to do what they do at their age. And they're not that old. Believe me but but at their level. I should say i always remember is going to sound kind of dr. I always think of that last seen in avengers endgame when gwyneth paltrow tells the twenty star character you can arrest now. I look forward to the day when all on everyone in the king's station can look at these guys and say you can rest now you're jersey's going into the rafters that you go to the front office and i appreciate those guys a lot so i'm gonna go with copious variety. I'm gonna go camping. man. I mean when he's on he's on it's it's beautiful sight. It's he's just god. Can we find some consistency in that boy. Because it's it's unbelievable. It's unbelievable when he's on just no stopping him and i can't. Yeah got to give it to him..

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"ducks" Discussed on All the Kings Men | LA Kings

All the Kings Men | LA Kings

05:19 min | 2 years ago

"ducks" Discussed on All the Kings Men | LA Kings

"The way to go now. Yeah i think. I think they're still trying to figure it out. I think you know. Every time. I feel like they have something figured out. Another guy gets hurt you know you. We had spoken briefly via twitter that they had something humming there with with anderson dolan centering grunts trim and more and then all of a sudden you know anderson dolan's out for an extended period of time unclear. When he's come back. Okay so now we gotta figure out what we're gonna do. Lozad came back after a short absence wasn't doing a whole heck of a lot initially making some mistakes and now the last two games i feel like he's really been working on getting back to that game that makes them super effective. Even today can be second goal completely set up because those ostentatious created a turnover at the blue line. And then more you know had the patience and the wherewithal to hold on with the puck as you were driving to the net and caught can't be coming through on the slot. I mean that's that's just great hockey. Play all around from all three of those guys. Jack we saw campari pari play in the first game against the anaheim sent back to ontario for the second one I realize stretching back outside of the duck series to talk about could party but we didn't really cover the blues on the podcasts. At so what did you think about Excuse me what did you think about. Campari would you see that you liked from him and what do you think. Maybe he needs to work on. Well i think the first. I want to touch on with good. Party is The emma you and i had the opportunity to talk to john. Wroblewski ontario rain had gauchan a lot of conversation whether it's post game or just media availability in general with robo has been Covering campari him wanting to his game. A little bit more your. He won't divulge all the secrets on where he wants to see campari improve mcclellan reference the same exact thing and i think you know in the limited amount of time in games that we saw rashness. We saw his ability to compete in his skill level. But we also saw his you know maybe his inability or inexperience on the defensive end going up against bigger stronger centerman or whoever it may be in front of the net unfortunately it took a few penalties and lost a few battles in front of the net But i think you're right. There is something that proves to be a great learning opportunity for guys like rastas. Who aren't going to be. You know your connor mcdavid but they are first round draft picks so you expect to make the nhl one day you know if they are indeed that guy they understand what they learned the nhl level. They go back to the age. They fix that. They work on it and then they're ready to handle that when they get back up again. I'm looking at the stats over the two games against anaheim. mikey anderson. The only player in both games not to be on the ice for goal against i i asked him. I sorta pitched him a softball question. I just kind of wanted to see how he answered and i asked him. You know You're only guy on the is your eleven goals scored in that first game. You only guy that didn't have one critic you proud of that. And he gave me like a perfect rob scuderi. Jonathan quick answer. You know teams real good. The team plays great. It's team stat. I didn't have anything to do with it..

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"ducks" Discussed on All The Kings Men

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04:43 min | 2 years ago

"ducks" Discussed on All The Kings Men

"I think a five to one victory over anaheim in unfortunately a overtime loss prior. Is you know three out of four on the road is something that we will take a anytime we set out at least staples center or you're in our chatting before we started recording you. It sounded like you're even surprised that you were saying it. That you're You're very positive about this team raid. Yeah i am very positive about this team i can. The good thing is even in their still sound surprised. By the way. I'm gonna. I'm sorry but you can find so many positive things in so many of the losses from this team this season and i think that's the most encouraging thing like i love this team's medal. I love their resolve their young team. And we've mentioned this on our show many times there's been so many opportunities the season where they could have basically folded up shop called it a day taking the loss Specifically that lasts wrote scheme on the road tripping as minnesota. I have felt like it was a perfect opportunity for a young team to be like. Hey we're satisfied with ourselves. Let's go home and they didn't. They fought back and that kind of goes into what happened in the first game against the ducks again. It was one of those situations where they kept fighting back. And it's just great to see. And i feel really good. Certainly the game itself was kind of a stinker. I'm not gonna. I'm not gonna tell you that. It was a masterpiece. Or anything like that but i do love their their resilience and for young team. It's hard to teach that. I'm very happy to have vardi. Do aereas garter i mean it's not to. It really is not serious. It's it's hard not to you know if you if you compare it to. I think especially how the season started We were pretty doom and gloom. You know the first handful of games just really wasn't seen anything from one game to the next that i felt like they could really build on and as they slowly got some guys back from injury from cova protocol. And especially you know. Once once everything of coalesced. I felt like they were starting to build on things and then obviously they suffered some injuries some serious injuries to roy walker and and i felt like that's at them back quite a bit so once i feel like once. This team is healthy. They're they have something there. There's there's definitely the essence of something from game to game. And you know to. Jack's point it's not it's not the same guys i mean yes. I brown drew. They're having great seasons. But i feel like every game. There's a second level of scoring that's showing up either velocities having a great night or these last two. You know you're having campy contribute and so i first season that. I'm not really sure we knew what we were going to get when it started. It's it's gone in such a great direction. I feel like over the course of the last twenty twenty the twenty five games now. Twenty four games. I think it's twenty five. I think when. I tweeted out sort of tongue in cheek. I guess that the kings biggest rival right now was the kings after that first game against anaheim because it feels to me like i mean..

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