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"dumont" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds
"From bodey became the stock witticism of main street rakes and professional parlor cut ups. So if you say you're a fucking astle from buddy people are like okay. That's the guys that's right. Yeah you good. Are hells angels mongrel right. So she takes the buddy right off. The bat fits right in collins. She flourished at the magnolia saloon for over a year throughout the summer of eighteen. Seventy nine hundred dolly stash. But then after year things started to take a turn and became too hard even for dumont personally and financially she. She drank way too much okay. She made bad bets. She lost another fortune and then on september eight. Nine hundred seventy nine hundred dollars from a friend because she didn't have any more money for pharaoh game and she lost it within a few hours and then rose from the table and wandered outside. The next day or body was found resting on a stone a mile outside of the next town next to a bottle of claret wine with morphine mixed into it. Oh she let the note that gave details about what to do with her remaining effects and that she was quote tired of life she was forty nine or fifty years. Hey that is not what. I was picturing right. It's but victory seventy three but he had been. It's the hardest fucking lung. Yeah also morphine. Unwind sounds like a good stones album also a great way to just go morphine in mind. Yeah yeah nice relaxed. I would say that's a nice. She takes us last lhasa. Rosa death israel the suicide the people buddy arranged and paid for funeral. The bridgeport crossover is the bridgeport. Chronicle union quote it is said that of the hundreds of funerals held in the mining camp. That of madame moustache was the largest the damn mustache. The gamblers the place buried her with all honors and carriages were brought from carson city nevada. Distance one hundred twenty miles especially to be used in the funeral cortege. Wow wow she Yeah okay so i wanna thank melanie griffin for the research Sources dunkin aikman Six madame moustache and some gaming ladies agenda michael collins. Good time girl of california of red light. History of golden state There's some other ones ralph. Estes aces and eights poker in the old wild west. Michael appoint dice roll. Madame moustache Madame moustache should we he oc- weekly But but then there's ralph man frontier opportunity and the new social history And there's other ones good check him out that's crazy that say Yeah it's such a. It's interesting to see like how a woman could penetrate the male hierarchy really that it should be complicated but you would just think that more people would be able to hack the brains of these fucking monkeys well but i also think because of the way society was and the way like sure there were sex workers out there but This society would you would have to be able to handle being frowned upon people. just jesus christ. She's out there with the fuck minors right but she was like no..
"dumont" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds
"Sure madam stabbed him in the throat with a long stiletto rose and pointing disdainfully at the thing. I'll put on. The floor said to an attendant. Remove that carcass. Wait sorry. I mean it's a lot. So she stands with what not with a he'll he'll she takes fucking heal and puts it through a the neck and then as i get that body out of here because like your mom get him out right fight. Wow say it's over. I would hope that guys. Don't listen to what she says. What's now around this time. She's getting older right okay and she starts leaning into the mustache a little bit. I you alluded to this earlier. Leading into the mustache in. Sf nevada city. She had done. She'd been diminishing it right. Sure but now on the road after awhile starts letting it grow into its full glory. I'm going to have a not only. Will i have one. I'll have the bushiest. One of the group respect her and it's not like she's letting yourself go. She still dressing great wearing philly frogs. But it's just dismiss that. She's traveling luxury. She's always been traveling. A luxury sure She carts around or ships for fancy gear to her next place for future setups. Sometimes she would go through this all and then expensive pay for it and then find out. The new location doesn't have customers to cover the cost of going there. And she likes to gamble so sometimes she'd lose all over money so she started her fortune starting to fade and as as the mustache stops. Fading morcha begins its As as she pass reminding reminding cam she starts drinking. More would be expected share back when she was in about a city. She only drank champagne or wine because the miners all drinking whiskey in and she's a step ahead great. That's why i drink it to. Yes but her new hard life leads to drink the hard stuff on boy which made her make mistakes. She was gambling her got worse. Yeah she's probably still let doing a lot of people let like five guys night so that's not helping the business sure but she can still bring it. What you needed to. Virginia city nevada. She went and set up shop and one night she beat a famous prospector. Poker okay quotes. Several of the prospectors friends intent on getting the miners money. Back that had he had lost started after she slowly backed up against one of the walls in the hall. Started kidding the rowdy crowd kidding joking okay. Sure other other patients who had known eleanor. For years we're witnessed to the ruckus told the gene city newspaper reporters that are again sparked and there was a flash in. Her is okay so seeing her. I spark she. I saw little raccoon. Come out so our asp art and then there was a flash and i can tell she's thinking shit and i stood abolish charity. Shows back yeah. Yeah that's our lady's back ties. A nurse cylinder just started fair so it was like when when cornered the old smart right data do. Hello say conman conman type. But it's not that it's some every kick whatever she had that. Could you know things and in nineteen sixty four. She's had up shop in montana. Montana love it. If you would call it montana montana. Thank you quote. She had descended so much. That mme dumont of nevada city days would have scorned with dignified. Brushes so she's what she used to.
"dumont" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds
"I left anything out. So it's like sixty passengers. They're highly motivated. Gamblers yeah gender. Split pretty much all right. Yeah food and everything here. You got food to starving. Yeah everyone has smallpox and a lot of or a longer trip sofgen us some short trip honestly so if we wash clothes said before the ownership said they have have legs. They need to stretch. They're hungry they're motivated highly motivated smallpox tight. Small is not their tiny tiny tiny pox. Baby pox just take the ship down. Well i just out of the okay. Great yeah they said no again. I don't know what's going on you like this is gonna suck putih. weekly record. Wrote about her when she passed through. Time seems to make no change in this little old french lady and she looked as pleasant and smiling as when we she does her game for years ago. So she's she's not old now. Now i i just like But the more difficult surroundings started to take a toll on her looks. so she's she's she's. The quality looks as part of her charm to the gentlemen of the era. Yeah but you know mining camps shirt and her lifestyle. It's taken you know it's your finances. So yes and her finance was high. Oti people enter finances in our moral code Shoes traveled alone. She didn't let her flirting at gambling. Tables and temporary good times lead to like any serious relationship. She's not getting any relationships. writer jan michael collins. She quote found men cumbersome as a whole and preferred to keep her prophets for herself. And yeah waterside on this one. My mother my mother's even though she was worn down a bit her charm still work. Does she still had that sure. The miners still flock to her collins. Quote every minor in the camp babb before her shrine in humble and respectful at a ratio..
"dumont" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds
"Okay so you said. The insinuation is giving the business that she's she. Yeah they're both getting the business but he finally asked for too much okay and she was like fuck off quote in here discussion on evening. She informed him that she didn't need a man. She had gotten along fine prior to his assistance and would do so again. The partners went their separate ways. They were fucking happy so they split up and townsfolk said tobin wanted to take over the business and just have her as a figurehead making a lot less money than him. That's how it seems so. She was like no i. Don't actually trump brand. Yeah hey what. If now that you've done business thing. I just come in and take over because you know you did pretty good as a lady. But i'll be totally honest with you. I think it's time for me to take it as far as you can. Let me fuck this up little experience hand over your precious. How are you going to ruin your business. Seems like you're on a good track just dumb shit. So at the time there was an economic downturn happening so gambling was going down and then after this happened with tobin and she just bailed she's done so dumont leaves and starts hitting up different mining camps. Now okay so so. Things started going downhill about a city because the minds drying up. And then this guy's coming on the business and and she sees the writing on the wall. Which is this minds going to start to end. So there's mining camps popping up like. Oh there's a mining town will start to build around it okay. She's okay and so it's a mining camp meaning like a lot of it's not buildings they've just got like the restaurants attent stores attempt right. So that's what she's starts going to. She's going to differ mining camps. And she put on a full show but she finds out the miners. That's annoying okay. And at worst it put her in danger so she she's great she really she finds. I got middle ground now. Mining camps are rough shirt very fucking rough people constantly on the move the attracted aggressive man looking for tons of cash. Sure the best kind of man right. And they didn't worry about their accommodations historian. Ralph estes quote frame shanties pitch together as if by accident. Tens of canvas of blankets of brush of potato sacks and old shirts with empty whiskey barrels chimneys. What what let the fuckers making a.
"dumont" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds
"Then to get in there. They want to impress her. They all and dress the best man. She quickly got a lot bachelorette. She got a lot of marriage proposals. Yeah and she passed on. He's here for you. Hey okay yes elo a yes. Excuse me january to go to a thank for coming tonight to tell. Okay excuse i.
"dumont" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds
"Not not medically right. He doesn't mean like medical. i think he means that. They're they're looking less unattractive to society and wasting their time playing cards rank be making a baby has yes seriously. That's your job and even we're trying to figure out how women can have litters. We're in the lab daily so much more efficient for us and even when they were allowed to play the amount they could wager with strictly curtailed. So right so. They were on a limit. You've had enough just not a weather french so stayed cool at the card table when gambling and she made a small fortune so when she was gambling made a fortune and she worked as a dealer at the same time by then. No one knows why she left town. Okay so she just leave san francisco rumors. Of course people thought she'd been accused of cheating and she'd been kicked out either way. She goes to nevada city which is in california now. You knew that absolutely makes sense to do that too. It's not confusing. When virtual into town people thought she was a sex worker. Okay well number one. She's french right. She's hot right so the medicine the metal cartoons and there is are bugging their biting their poems who well not all the men because she's glamorous and hot and she's wandering around the town for a few days just looking stores and she's just getting feel land and they're like houses lady walking around alone a third day she's been walking what you're doing a miner's wife quote there's got to be some bad in a girl with all her charms who seems to have nothing to do but strut up and down main street fisher in other words. Hey there's a fucking hot lady walking around and everyone's checking her out. That's a problem. that's a problem. So after she's the town looking empty stores and stuff dumont had a handling pretty woman. I've never seen it. This will just so you know..
"dumont" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds
"Author jan mckell collins quote writers and joy describing her gorgeous features in great detail bush's. She's got some pretty Area has got some real. This is where they do that they were there. Like mme do moment who has an olive complexion and knows that you could just die for. Looks like it came off a diamond chip or ears that you just wanna lay earrings upon and neck that has veins like a cascading river through the mountains upon it. Now that all and lovely rosie rudy cheeks. She's adequately or cleveland. You can lose your keys down one of those wondering about anyway. Do we have to say about her. I forget what she did but man. She's having a potluck. That's it gets hot. Babe potluck so described gorgeous features in great detail using phrases like abundant purple black hair complexion of the clearest all of you know the clearest latin charm is that beautiful scarlet lips parted slightly to show two rows of pearly teeth. Okay look i mean. Lips literally got lips. No no these lips you can. If you move the party lips. That were jacob somehow. Split them apart. Just get you see these white. You've never seen anything like it and piercing is of the deepest green. Okay yeah all right. So a rep. Revolution broke france in eighteen. Forty eight and workers including women started organizing and the government ordered a bunch of women to cancel a meeting. Like no you. Can't you can't in groups so you're really planning your candidate film. These always a today. you're doing a broadcast. I i know it's weirder with the cameras will normally. There's like stuff i agree. This is different and also. There's no microphones from india. Because there's no. I'm knitting for this So eight hundred forty. Tell these women not to organize and because their french. They've just started writing with that. We should do that. They're so good at it. King louis philippe was off. Donald is tragic for catch up like kids. Straight driver track pass through the fidel project. Copper free up so two days later the king was off the throne. Wow in the. Us people are very sympathetic to the revolution the cannon journal quote the tumor talking about king philip. The tune tumor of the three glorious days has turned his back upon france but it has said he goes to america. Tomorrow be it so only take care of him when you get him. So they're like. I can't guys this asshole. Tomorrow's practicum sooners..
"dumont" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds
"Your wife's at home for this super weird. You're shouting eighteen. Twenty nine simone and jules was born somewhere. We don't know really done your research on this. You've outdone done yourself again. We nobody knows. I know where bridgeport connecticut no somewhere in louisiana. Probably a crucial frenchie situation. Sure probably from new orleans what people think okay not much about are i twenty years. She kept very secret. She moved to san francisco in an eighteen forty nine. So she's twenty years old she heads out and she just starts calling yourself. Madam dumont would do mall. Pry do mobile that's like alexander dumas rooms. I don ask god. that's also commercial. What is the dumb ass. Joke is it as a guy sits down. he's interviewing and he keeps calling them down asking. They allowed that in the commercials. That's interesting okay. So people gossip that she was fleeing some sort of scandal or she was biracial and trying to get out of the south. And i like that. Those are like unequal horrible. She's not pure white either way as a crime has been committed. Yeah so they've thought there are people that are like she's trying to pass as white house. Would someone come here so other people thought she was hiding in the in the. Us this this skin lottery is just. It really is just i dunno. It just keeps getting harder to fathom it episode by episode. it's never ending just like a great thing. We all the rights. And it's like. I'm gonna pretend to be the w pretended to be as other skin was different color. That's it that's life you got the draw. Sorry go get my shoes She was hiding in the us and she was an heiress from europe. Which i don't tell. I've secretly awesome to the queen and prince is going to fox hunt for her man. We find something that she is short. It's an heiress. That's it jeter. Luxury bath and kate made of jewels as soon as possible. She shan't leave this prison again. I'm escaping from all. We're live a life of decadence. I have some cake frosting quick with frosty champagne. I have champagne. We'll pack you got. She's gone. I don't know she's vanished. Son i had an idea like someone might of said something. No thanks so. She didn't challenge any of these rumors. She was just like whatever rumors and calls himself. Madame right madame. Eleanor dual. She's very young. she's very good looking cheese. A hot hottie. okay. She's such as an olive complexion latin charm. She spoke french as well as english and she knew french. Manners and customs very well so the racism is sort of hard to pin down. Because she's people like how dare she pretend to be white also and then yet they're also like wow she is. Don't tell you what for For some that's not as good as me. she's fantastic. Yeah so that's okay. So.
"dumont" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds
"I dave anthony restore from american history to my coworker gareth reynolds. Who has no idea what the topic is going to be about screwed in just kind of the frame right. We're we're doing this. We're recording this one for patriotic dave's home. Let's the video and it's closer but we don't know what the deal is wait. Let me see if i flip this around. Oh yeah you can. This is the first time. I've never done it like this. Oh perf her we like you. I love me like you are i. Love.
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"dumont" Discussed on Everyonecast
"Need to move. Kids need to have fun. You can't expect a kid to be able to sit on his ass for five hours six hours at a time. And try to simulate information so when they send you to go see the evaluation professional which can be a whole slew of different professionals. They're going to go by what the school expects them to go by right. But all you need to do is move so if you get diagnosed at a later age like sixteen seventeen eighteen up to twenty years old. Then it's something far more significant because your brain has developed mostly as compared to a six to eight year old. Their brain is still gonna keep developing for the next decade or two. I know there might be some haters. That say oh well you don't believe in this condition which is not true at all it just that it can be easily over diagnosed and will not even just kids necessarily i mean. I don't have any psychology experience like you do so. I can't say. I really know for sure but even adults who get diagnosed many times it is legitimate and they need to address it but many other times maybe as an adult you have mild symptoms. And you're right on the edge of whether you have it or you don't and then maybe there's certain lifestyle factors you could address. That could push you back into the the normal range of behaviors. Oh absolutely one of the most basic things to address. There is daily exercise. The human body is in evolution made to move if we look thousands of years back. We were very nomadic race. Going through things and foraging for berries were hunting whatever moving out for our food. Now we need to do is drive to the nearest grocery store and make sure that chicken that you buy isn't to with fat and then you've got your food a person with adhd traits. That doesn't move enough will have this hyperactive brain. That's like we gotta move. You gotta do things. I have a whole bunch of energy. If they don't move that doesn't get compensated for so you will be much closer to an adhd diagnostic s compared to the same person with the same brain that does exercise for twenty minutes a day. Four to five days a week. They're going to be much calmer simply because then need is being addressed and there is a lot of variation in the hormones. I won't go into detail on that because going to get complicated real for confessed there's going to be variations on the hormone level. That will simply have you less prone to those. Adhd type behaviors. Well first of all. There's always gonna be people who do everything right and they still have. Adhd and that's the reality of life but no matter who you are even if you do have it. You're still going to see improvements if you follow the typical cheesy advice like getting more exercise. Which sounds dumb because people interpreted as. Oh well you're saying exercise is going to cure my condition and no but i. It won't cure the condition but is going to help us improvements and are making these claims myself. Because i'm not a doctor or a therapist or anything but if you look at the the research out there yet don't listen to me like the research showing about how you know sleep and exercise and all that good stuff can can help anyone And i fully agree. One of the first papers. I did in my undergrad was in regards to depression. Depression is this big thing in our society. Now that almost everybody has it at one point or another in our life which i fully agree. Depression is far more complex than were general. Knowledge will bring us to think. But what i'm trying to get at here. Is that the paper that i did show that usual exercise three times a week for a period of twenty minutes. It doesn't have to be go to a gym lift. Five hundred pounds on your on the bench lift benchpress. Sorry i haven't been to jim so goddamn long but yet typical exercise will be just as good as antidepressants for light to mild depression. And this is a paper. I did back in twenty fifteen so just the amount of exercise is going to be as beneficial to curing depression as antidepressants will wasn't an ambitious to say cure. Depression isn't it more of treating depression. You're right and i apologize for using the word cure But yeah it's to treat depression. It is definitely the one of the best ways to go about it because some people sadly won't cure depression. They'll just learn to live with it and learn to compensate for the difficulties that it brings but there are ways out of it and if anybody listening to this is suffering with it know that at some point it will get better. I wanna make another point about exercise. I'm a certified personal trainer. So i like talking about exercise. I like the point you made about not having to go to the gym and and bench pressing. A million pounds thinkers what people think of as even moderate exercise textbook. Moderate exercise is a lot more mild than most people think. It's still within the range of if you're going on a jog and you're in the moderate range suit can still have a comfortable conversation with somebody. You're not like panting and of breath. So yeah i think exercise is a lot easier than most people think and even even a twenty minute walk can do wonders for example. The exercise that i'm doing currently. I'm a big martial artist. Well used to be and one of the one of my favorite routines. Right now is watch videos from my old coach and i do about twenty minutes few times a week of that and i feel great just i punched the air in my living room because can't really leave but it's not something that's very very demanding but it's something that feels extremely rewarding and then of course the following day. I have trouble standing up because my legs cramped all hell but that's a detail yoga's also a great one to do at home. There's so many good yoga videos. Lots of varying intensities. I i actually started at. I think was a three five days ago at this point. I don't recall. I started doing just daily stretches whether workout or not just i watched a ten minute youtube video about just basic stretches. It feels so good and i. It helps me feel so relaxed. I find a great. I really find a great. It's going to be around that time so before we wrap up is there. Is there anything else. You wanna shout out. Well thank you for the opportunity. Unlike to take a moment to out the podcast that i myself make We spoke about. Dnd bit earlier I host a pathfinder podcast which is essentially a dnd variant. It's called god dick's and puns. A pathfinder podcast. You can find us on all of the social media while facebook twitter and red is where most active and you can find us on.
"dumont" Discussed on Everyonecast
"The feelings that they're feeling they're going to the more deep rooted emotion so going a bit deeper into this example of some of a person that is losing their home. Well okay. what's the emotion that's underlying here. Just a few examples could be fear. Because you don't know where the fuck you gotta go now. Another example could be anger anger at yourself anger at your landlord anger at x. y. or z. Factor that brought you there and are more often than not identifying the underlying emotion will help the person simply understand what's going on and okay nine feeling angry. Do i usually do when i feel angry. I go to a kickboxing gym. And i just last shout on a punching bag for half an hour perfect. Go do that afterwards. You're gonna be able to think a lot more clearly and that crisis that specific crisis situation is gonna have drawn down at that point when you're when you're helping all these people and you're hearing their stories. Does that weigh on you by the end of the day is is that something you manage. Well emotionally. I see that really depends. It depends on what situation. You're living how you as a person deal with this type of issue and in general what's going on of course if you haven't slept before your shift is gonna weigh on you more by the end of your shift than if you had a full night's rest which is just one of the factors to keep into consideration but in a typical day. It's very easy to deal with five six seven calls and at least for my part to be able to disconnect from most of those because when the person 'cause you they're gonna blurb out everything real quick real fast and my job is to help calm them down. The example of the person losing their home. Well i'm so pissed losing my home. I'm losing my life. I don't know what the fuck to do that at that. That at the that's usually the first five minutes of a call but as the call goes on the person calms down understands more and it's a very gratifying feeling for us as counselors when the person at the end of call simply says well thank you. I can see much more clearly now in. I have a better understanding of where to go and what to do so that particular gratification and seeing the person being much more calm at the end of the call it really at least for my party. It really helps me move on from that. I don't keep the emotion in. I listened to the emotion. I helped the person go through it. But it doesn't affect me at a personal level. I might intervention is usually very personalized. And i do understand. I'm open to receiving those emotions. But i will not keep them inside of me because otherwise at some point i'll be the one calling the crisis line. Have you had any type situations in the past where you either had to call a crisis line or not even that that inspired you to study psychology and social work in the first place. The there's a lot that brought me to a to psychology i. I had a few friends or people that i used to know that dealt with a lot of psychological issues one of the ones. I'm thinking about had a lot of issues with drugs and at some point. Well that's actually how. I got introduced to crisis centers because i looked up. How can i get this person help. Because their situation was starting to weigh on me a lot they were depending on me quite a bit to help them go through their day to day life and help manage them when things go awry which may very often would and i wound up bringing them to a crisis center in that town where used to live and when i saw how the counselors reacted to my friends presence and how the simply said okay come on in. We'll see what's going on and we'll see what's the best way to help you and good god. It help that person binding credible degree. That's really something that inspired me to go and see what it is. What psychology is and noah. Bit more about that and even myself. At a very young age. I was diagnosed with. Adhd which my personal opinion is ninety percent of people that get diagnosed with adhd before eighteen years of age. Your diagnosis is bullcrap. Usually you get your between.
"dumont" Discussed on Everyonecast
"I don't care. I wanna know how to help people but we're science. I understand net. It's a science and at the same time. It's not really a science because for example like you mentioned depression the way you diagnose somebody who was something that you can't really say it's like a broken you can't look at their brain and say oh. Yeah that's a depression brain. It's not like a broken arm like you said so. You figure out as much as you can based on the studies. Even though you can't see it directly there is that but there are also some very famous experiments that do support they that the fact that psychology is a science and there is one particular that i'm that i have in mind. Would you like to hear about it. Yes i would all right. This was a very famous one and it was actually replicated on a show from france a couple of years ago. I don't recall the name of it but it's essentially the power of authority. This is again extremely abstract. You can't look at a person and say oh that person has authority versus another person if we take the same shape build whatever a person still in extremely abstract things. The experiment was essentially. You have a person that seems like the have a position of authority where they are essentially they were wearing a lab coat and they were taking notes while the tasks that the person had to accomplish was to send electric shocks to another person that they can only see a shadow of like him behind the ah sheet with a light reflecting from the back so you can only see showed person and you can only hear the person and they were instructed to send increasing voltage shocks to the person when they would answer a question wrong. This experiment usually lasted anywhere. From twenty to forty five minutes with the voltages going to lethal amounts and quite rapidly and at some point the person that was receiving shocks would no longer even answer back but there was a there was pressure from the from the authority. Figure to keep the experiment. Going in that sense it was very mythological where what the experimental had to say was was measured it was always a scripted line and the person being tested no matter what they said they had to keep going or quit at some point these people who prior would identify. It's very typical people that won't go on murdering sprees any single time. They would very often go to lethal amounts and keep growing despite no longer hearing any screaming essentially thinking the person on the other side is dead now. This experiment was done with of course an actor in the electric chair so no people actually got shocked nor anything but the person doing the shocking did not know that so with this very rigorous method. We learned that the pair of authority which is a very abstract and psychological. Thought is a very strong thing and something as simple as wearing god. Dental lab coat and reading scripted lines is enough to convince a person in these conditions to go to lethal actions so there is a rigorous methods methodology behind some psychological things. But i do agree with the fact that it's so very abstract that you have to you have to believe in it to believe it's a science otherwise again analogy with a broken arm. Yeah what i meant to say was it's there. The power of authority is there. But you can't observe someone in any way and determine ahead of time if they're going to submit to that power authority or not because not everyone in the experiment when all the way. Yeah so it's hard to have concrete observations about things. Oh yeah i. I completely agree and honestly if you want to try something a one type of social slash psychological experiment. That's very fun. I haven't had the chance to try this yet. But it's something. I wanna do at some point when cove is going to be over is gonna be a lot easier but gather if few friends and ahead with building with a into a building with a lot of floors and prepare yourselves to get into the elevator when there is already somebody in there usually when we get into. The elevator of the norm is to step inside. Turn around face the door wait until our time is up and walkout right but instead gather your three or four friends get into the elevator and just face the wall behind you rather than facing the door and position your cells all around that person and don't talk don't move. Don't do whatever. Just wait ninety percent of the time the person is just going to hell and slowly turn around to conform. That's a really funny idea. Wanna do at some point. Someone should make a youtube video. Doing that One of those prank videos not like the amine mean ones but the people who do harmless pranks that would be. That would be amazing. It will get a lot of hits. I'm sure you can even have stupid stuff where it's like okay. We go in. But then fifteen seconds later everybody turns ninety degrees to the left or as soon as a person turns around you. Try a new variation of it and usually people. Just conformed automatically. It's so fun. This is also how social engineering attacks work to. You'll have somebody with like a suit and a briefcase walk into a secure location and they wave through because they have they look important. I saw a video. I don't remember from who or where the where aside from but it was a video where a guy and just acted as if he was super famous had a couple of his friends on all dressed in suits and ties. I think like bodyguards and the went on the trip l. a. or something like that and convinced everybody that the guy was some famous actor. Some people were taking self reason tweeting. Oh my god. I'm with that person. That did this wait. Who the hell is the guy. I remember this video. I saw it and it went so far as to people being interviewed pretended they actually knew who he was where they saw him even though they had no idea. It's it was pretty crazy. I love that video so much. I wish i don't know where it is by now but It was awesome. It was really really fun so clearly. You're fascinated by psychology. But you wanna go into social work. Is there any particular successful. Work related job that you're looking at well. The subject of crisis is one that really interests me. When we're talking crisis we can think about some things like a crisis lines. I've worked at tad in a youth protection but as previously mentioned in somebody that wants to help people and nothing against anybody that works in youth protection and god. Bless you for doing that type of job but for me. It's not as much intervention as it is just evaluating what the person is doing and i find that Crisis the subject that interests me. The most is very interesting because we will have that particular type of aid and it's something that's very short term. It's intensive and we consider the bigger broader aspects of what brought that person to have a moment of crisis. So that is definitely something that i'm looking deeper into. When that my goodness me. I have had the french term for My big essay. I could say from my master's my thesis. Yeah thank you. My thesis is probably going to be on on a subject. That's approaching crisis. So you're studying that quite in depth. Yeah i actually have right here. One of the one of the articles that i was reading just prior to having this little chat on crisis. Are you doing any crisis. Work right now Yeah i worked in a few different crisis. Centers usually crisis centers also work with a suicide prevention. Because usually people that live there that live significant. Crises do have a tendency to have more suicidal behaviors. Or thoughts and yeah. That is a very fun job. I love are you on the other end of that. Phone in helping people manage their crisis situations yet. I'm either on the other end of the phone answering people's calls or we invite people over to our center and we have face to face interactions with them. So well when you say crisis center. Mrs isn't gonna specifically be a suicide situation. This is for all kinds of crisis. Yeah a crisis. Situation doesn't automatically revolve around suicide and more often than not. It doesn't necessarily can concern suicide one of the broader examples that i can give that. I've been confronted tired. Time and again is somebody that loses their home. You haven't been able to pay rent for the last three months. Now you're getting victim You have to move but you don't have money to pay for movers and you have to sell some of your stuff and you're losing your using your night your whereabouts. You're losing you just. You don't know where to go at that point. You're a bit lost and you aren't able to manage as well using the techniques that you already know the techniques that you already use. They don't work now. That is one of the very usual things that will see that drive people to crises and our job is to simply help..
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"Episode on this. Show a podcast. They can't be short sold. I'm anthony auto and this is sam. Damone that hebronites it. I know you pronounce it with a very french sounding accent. My maiden tongue is french. So it's sad. Dumont where you from. I'm from quebec in canada. I have heard that is a very french place. It's pretty much the only french territory in canada. I know that there's some people that speak french elsewhere. But it's been it's far more rare. I actually went down to toronto. A couple years back out of travelers lodge and i was surprised to find french staff. Because i'm sure pretty much. Everybody knows what an where toronto is. so like. How can this hub of please is huge. Police have actual french talking staff. I'm quite surprised but it was a very very fun experience though. Oh nice well You're studying social work in grad school and quebec. Yeah i actually go to a school. That's roughly two and a half hours away from where i live. Luckily with the whole kovic shebang happening right now. I don't even need to leave my home to go to school because it's all online wait a second so before that. Did you have to make that drive every day or every school day. Well the with the way our program is made is awesome in that. We don't have classes every week nor every day It's actually a block of a couple days of classes every month. So i did used to go up back to my home city once a month for roughly four to five days gives me time to see the family and whatnot at the same time right and then at actually spend a few days physically class over there and it was a very very enjoyable experience because at least for my university the way this grad program actually does its course. It's not just you sit for three hours listening. The teacher spiel on about their subject. Like in an undergrad. It's actually an ongoing conversation. Where the teacher on a subject we read on said subject fryer and then we exchanged we talk about the things that it makes us think about and the other research that we've done on the side and it's a very much so enjoyable experience as compared to just listening to somebody blabber on for three hours and just watching the go by. Oh yeah for sure. Yeah i mean. When i was in school i did have one class that it was only a once a week but it was a three hour lecture each time and that was a pain. Men how do i even hold attention for three hours straight out now especially if the materials not particularly interesting to me An even when the material is interesting. It's so hard to focus for three hours on one single thing and trying to assimilate everything in there. I mean i listened to a fair amount of dnd podcasts and even in their hour long format. I can't get my focus on all the time. I always have to do something in the background or just stuff to help me. Keep my mind on that. And that's with me being mobile with me moving around so staying in your seat and watching the professor talk now. You're studying social work now. What is your main motivation for. Studying that the main motivation for studying. That is well for one. I really enjoy helping people. Having the interaction of one on one dialogue going through issues and helping the person find their solutions for whatever. The problem is at that point in time is something that really appeals to me as a person and i mean. I haven't undergrad in psychology and insi- collagen. It's essentially a very self-centered ego egocentric way of thought. It's not bad but at the same time it's very much so you have to do the changes your responsible for at least some of the stuff that's happening and it's all about u u. s. compared to social work where they're going to consider multiple different aspects of what's going on in multiple different ways of helping you. Let's take. let's let's take an example of the same person. let's take a single mother who has a minimum wage paying job trying to make it work for her two kids. She's diagnosed with depression. Also psychology is going to say all right. Well we're going to have to work on your oppression so that you're going to get better. You do have other factors influencing you. But we're going to work on the depression whereas the social worker he would come in and say okay. I see that you have depression. And we're gonna get you to a psychologist for that but all of these other factors the job. That doesn't pay much the fact that you're single mother probably living in a bad place. Well in these are also things that we're going to be able to help you with that will provide you much more comfort and much more well being in the short to midterm. So that's why for myself. Social work was such a beautiful school because it considers so much more than just what's happening inside the individual's mind but i'm guessing you started out in the psychology field because it sounds like you transitioned over to the social work side. That's exactly right Five years ago. I started mine. My bachelor's degree in psychology and took me about four years to finish it. And i did find it very interesting while i was doing it but was also i wasn't too happy with the result wasn't too happy with the state of affairs in psychology. Because it's very much so a disciplined that's trying to prove itself as a science. We're not gonna lie here. Psychology is extremely abstract. There's very little to go on to say. Well let's go with this example depression again. You have depression okay. We know what the clinical symptoms are. But it's harder to see depression than it is broken arm which is why psychology had. There's big struggling proving itself as a science. Because it's hard to measure things that are in the brain that you can't see as compared to a broken arm and most of my bachelor's degree was focused on yes. Psychology is a science. And here's how we do research. But i'm one for aiding people. Yeah.
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"And saying we need help. Send in the national guard. Believe that was he watch tv for four hours while the capital is own vice president. Were being attacked. That was totally. Well we let me let me let me. Let me go to a riotous ryan. I again i. I wanna get back to where the hearts and minds of the military might be in this situation. There are some early on that suggested there might have been some complicity on the part of the capitol hill police to make things a little bit easier for this group. Have you seen any evidence of that based on your experience on capitol hill please. I'm really not the person to answer about them. I've met a few of them. Seem like good folks. Professional my experience in the military soldiers sailors airmen marines. We swear an oath to protect and defend the constitution against all enemies foreign and domestic true faith and allegiance to the same in one rifle platoon of forty soldiers. You're gonna have somebody so far left. And they make koko look like a staunch conservative in somebody so far to the right. Did they remake Ted cruz look like liberal. And they might be battle buddies and they might get along famously. Never talked about politics and know that. That's the third rail. The military prides itself on being political and following the rules in the guidance that said for by appropriate authority the with going on in dc. Now and i'm sitting here thinking about the constitution that i've looked at and i've read and i swore that out too and i don't know of agent titian where the president wants. Leaving office could be impeached. And that would be an interesting wrinkle in constitutional law To make that happen and what authority you could have to stop somebody from running for future office. And that's kind of joined as well. There are the reason. The constitution is a contract in it is a limiting contract that quits constraints on government government. Our to protect individual rights and to say that framework for us to working liberal and cooperate each other and we're playing football with it. That's when i started getting cocoa to cocoa to based tell them go ahead of the constitution that allows nece section three the fourteenth amendment no person chapel rating office Having previously taken an oath engaged news direction rebellion. So that is actually. you're there. There's a for commitment which was written after the civil war to clued former confederate officers. Who had taken up arms and confederate. Guess what the democratic party put them back into. Leadership positions southern states as part of any reconstruction know the democratic party definitely deserves. We definitely were the democratic party. Definitely terrible for african americans after construction in eighteen sixteen. That's absolutely true. Eighteen sixty seventy could period every administration. Has its wrinkles and shames. We've got applause. I want to combat. When we come back i wanna talk about the people who worked for donald trump and the trump administration should. They be banished forever. Should they should their future livelihood. Be cut off. I want to hear from everybody on that subject. I'm bruce dumont best.
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"On this edition of beyond the beltway. Damp Crofton for Bruce Dumont and I'm joined by three gentlemen from my left to my right Michael. Golden he's the author of Unlock Congress. He's a journalist and speaker speaker. The president of Golden Mean Strategies John Cass has a journalist and columnist and editorial board member Chicago Tribune. And Charles Lipson is. He's a professor of political science emeritus at the University of Chicago contributed a real politics dot com as well as spectator USA. And we're talking about impeachment and again. Nancy Pelosi saying she will meet with their caucus on Tuesday to decide whether or not she's going to deliver the articles of impeachment to the Senate and Mitch McConnell suggesting passing that he's GonNa move this thing along whether she delivers them or not signing onto a resolution by his colleague. Josh Holly Republican. I'm from Missouri. That would force Nancy Pelosi to either deliver the articles of impeachment within twenty five days or open up the possibility that Republican senator could move for a motion to dismiss with prejudice effectively a civilian or a political version of what is available in civilian courts for a more more on this and particularly that because Nancy Pelosi said Michael. Michael Golden. Nancy Pelosi said that Part of the cover up was Mitch. McConnell signing onto that Josh Tali resolution that would allow for a motion to dismiss. What she left out was provided that she doesn't transmit the articles of impeachment? That twenty five days is it reasonable seasonable for a consideration since you've written a book about the Senate rules in part is it reasonable for consideration to say we're going to change the rules if you're not going to be forthright in delivering the articles of impeachment. That you and your colleagues past actually so I mean that's a that's a it's a judgment call but I don't. I wouldn't see the problem with doing that. She should get over there and if they do that I'm not saying I'm for that resolution. But if they do that then that's part of the chess game and you have an opportunity to send them over and you've waited three weeks. I don't think that's unreasonable. I would as Charles and John One thing that if I could ask all the Senate Republicans again on detectors I would ask them in if if everything that has been revealed that Donald Trump did in for what he was impeached for. If every one of those things is true. None of the facts are are contested without any additional testimony and President Bill Clinton or president. Barack Obama did the identical things. Would you equally equally. Be In favor of exonerating them for being impeached and convicted. Give it a beat before you answer. There are a lot of things that gap Bama Obama did. This is a yes no though on. Sorry do I have a question. This is how sorry John Windows pocket. Sorry but it's yes it's You let those guys off the hook. Does doing the same thing I don't. I don't like the argument. I don't I reject it because this is about transplant. Answer though not was this is about trump. If you WANNA talk about the Law Clinton Clinton. I should've been impeached and wanted him to resign. We're not talking about that. Will you ask. I asked about this case these facts. Would you want those guys. Let off the hook I would want the same thing. Applies here for wet. Impeachment is a political deal his opponents. I just don't like him. They want to damage him muddy him up and maybe use it to leverage the Senate elections and at the same time. We're only lesson eleven months away from national election and the people should decide it Charles Lipson. Well I wouldn't have wanted either under those precedents impeached and that would be true in either the first term or the second term. And it's important to understand this. Is this one of the things that makes this different is. This is first term which means that this is a president who's coming up for election. Had this happen sometime in the the second term you could it removes the argument which I I made that the people can vote. I still wouldn't think trump or the others you're asking me how much of my views about this are ultimately because I am a Republican Democrat every Republican in the Senate. It's it's always hard to know. I'm an incredibly honest gone and I'm not sure about you. You know that's how we all feel you know especially about not everyone. He's about to kick you Michael. Ashby clear here. No I really want to focus my attention on you and your and your manifest dishonesty what I'll write NFL. Game Enrique. Know what I want to say. Is that you you like to feel like you would make decisions. It's always you'd like to. It's always hard to know. It's also or is it a matter of long long constitutional. You have Michael if I could intercede just for a minute you have a democratic caucus that between fifty and forty percent have moved articles those of impeachment from everything for Criticizing NFL players kneeling during the anthem to I'm not defending those Jose. I understand but what I'm saying. Is that the legitimacy of the moving party has been diminished greatly since trump's election. Okay so so. All of these to the constitution which are very infrequent and selective including among Madam Speaker Pelosi just the substance of it to answer your question. Basically the transcript which is what we keep going back to the transcript of the phone call and competing beating interpretation of the transcript if it was Barack Obama and presence Alinsky that Had that exact same conversation. Even Obama vernacular versus trump vernacular but essentially in intimating the same things. It is absolutely not a high crime. Mister you would. You would let him off -lutely not a high crime rates. There's nothing to let them off. It's absolutely not a high crime and restore the nonsensical pollyannish position a very recently adopted by the left that foreign policy policy and geopolitical decisions. By the United States aren't forced through a political prism is so ridiculous and embarrassing and untenable that you should be ashamed. Shame to advance it. I'm not ashamed. That was advocate. I'm just so the facts are in the pizza on the table. It's going to go to the Senate and I'm just saying that. I think that I don't think they didn't say the same thing you did. Dan You said I with absolutely not actually Charleston Charleston. You said you would let those guys off the hook. Tuck same facts you do not believe it's impeach more worthy of impeachment. You really. I mean okay. Do you think s an answer rather transcript or whatever. We're going to call sure. Do you think that that's worthy of impeachment. Well first of all you got Danjus that we keep going back to the transcript transcript the transcript. I think that To say that the whole thing is about the transcript and none of the testimony from all of those witnesses in the house is for me. Ask a question one of the hear. You're what you're saying about politics that see. That's A. That's a better argument that politics Mulvaney was trying to say he was trying to say politics does come into play. Let's let's get real here. That's why I've said. At the beginning of the whole idea there was no quid pro quo and that was sort of the the litmus test or the threshold. Shaw I found to be illegitimate. I mean what is it would quit. Pro Quo is a compromise. What do political leaders do would politicians the public policy us? Yes issue was whether there's a quid pro quo. The issue is whether the exchange is for the personal benefits of the president. I Charles so you can say. We don't want China to do axe ax. I mean we won't do x for China unless China does X.. For US nope the problem that the Democrats have in this it is that old thou this clearly would benefit trump personally. He had the plausible though. I don't think the the the most logical explanation was that he's always been against foreign a. There was a lot of corruption there. He wanted investigated. That's a legitimate thing for the country so those are all plausible explanations and they have advanced them and you can't knock them down easily in fact I haven't seen them knocked down and that's one of the reasons why they will say that's why we have to call Hunter Biden because it all started with his very deep level of corruption corruption in America's Ukraine Policy Win. I didn't Biden. The father was in charge of it and Biden. The Sun was making money off. Let me ask you. This is Jump all question again. Trey Goudy is one of those whose advanced the notion that this is really. I mean. Look everybody understands the balance of power. Everybody knows what the number in the House and the Senate they know. This president is not going to be removed from office. This is about getting a swing state senators in an election year in a difficult difficult position so that Democrats can take back the Senate in case they can't take back the White House and at least block everything. Trump wants to do in a second term including a potential supreme cream court or supreme court nominee or nominees plural. So it's this is about Cory Gardner and Susan Collins and Thom Tillis. It's not about president trump. I have have a I have a winning answer for that. It may have that effect but that's not why Nancy pushed it. the It's what's call the functional explanation that the function of your little toe is to make sure all the furniture in your house is in place you know and it's really your your your little toe does that but that's not why is there. And the fact is nancy was much more concerned about retaining her majority in the House House and she put a lot of that at risk. I don't think she cared that much about the Senate. It may turn out it in fact will turn out that. She's she's put four senators mic. Sally is the other Ones Alley and from Utah Arizona Arizona But also the one from Colorado who coordinator those are all at risk for them and and they add but but the flipside is. She may put a lot of her house members. Districts.
New year, new laws: Here are some of the changes coming Jan. 1, 2020
"Several new laws take effect in New York today including major changes to the criminal justice system Karen dewitt reports New York well and cash bail for people accused of non violent crimes and prosecutors will have to probably turn over to defendant's evidence that they have against them supporters say in the past those accused of crimes who could not make bail spent weeks or even months in jail without learning what evidence a prosecutor has against them until their trial began many pleaded guilty to lesser charges without knowing if the prosecutor had evidence that could exonerate them there's been backlash from law enforcement groups though who say they're concerned that repeat offenders could walk free Delaware County sheriff Craig dumont an officer with the New York state sheriff's association said at a news conference in late fall that the elimination of bail for non violent drug offenses might make it harder to curb the illegal drug trade is it rational to think that a person who was caught with thousands of bags Ahern will show up to court once release in face of fifteen to twenty five year prison sentence assembly speaker Carl hasty who shepherded the criminal justice reform through his chamber says the new laws are meant to change a racist and classes system he says other states including Republican dominated Texas have enacted similar reforms with no significant negative consequences deep red state have made changes in criminal
Saudi Aramco Target Valuation Falls Short
"This. The Saudi Arabia state oil giant whose path to public markets has been filled with twists and turns. It still expected to list its shares in December. But now we're reporting that Aramco. Mm Co is considering evaluation of up to one point seven trillion dollars. That might sound like a lot of money but actually falls short of what Saudi Arabia's Prince Muhammad bin Salman had been hoping for. Ben Dumont is in London so Ben Walk me through this valuation. Why did Aramco decide to go? With the lower. Our end of the spectrum the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia he was targeting a valuation of two trillion but based on the price price range. That was released over the weekend. They're targeting now a range of Valuation of between one point six one point seven billion a trillion. Sorry sorry that's That's quite a big number. Obviously but it falls well short of what the Crown Prince wonted Part of that reflects the fact that institutional investors still think at that level that Valuation Company is still too expensive they were they were interested in evaluation of one to one point five trillion. At that point you would have expected a lot of international interest but the crown prince now is kind of a tough spot where he's GonNa have to rely a lot more on local Saudi investors To make to make this. IPO success success but this is accompanied. It's more profitable than apple. Why is this valuation coming in less than expected? What are investors worried about the worried about a a lot of political and economic risk? That's attached to Aramco even though it's the most profitable company in the world its earnings are tied to the oil price so so they can be very. The earning can be very volatile for example in the third quarter profits were down eighteen percent year over year to reflect the the Laurel braces uses and the risks are compounded by the political risks. That come with Aramco you know There was the attacks on their oil L. facilities and in September and that sort of reminded investors that investing in Aramco means. You're exposing yourself to a lot of political risk geopolitical Chris that you wouldn't say if you bought shares an excellent or or Chevron so this valuation of one point six to one point seven trillion. I mean that would mean means that they'd float around twenty five billion dollars so would it lose this world's Most Valuable IPO title that we've been tossing about for what feels like years now. It could. It could if it's if it's priced at the mid range of the valuation then the size of the actual IPO would fall just below just shy of twenty five billion which is sort of the threshold for the biggest set in two thousand fourteen by Alibaba Alibaba. So it's a big it always a blow to the economy because the reason they're doing Saudi Arabia's doing this IPO is to raise money to diversifies Konami way from oil same time. There's a lot of eagle behind This idea of being the biggest IPO IPO ever carrying off the biggest IPO. Ever and so far that that's at risk. And what does Aramco have to say about all of this. Well they've been in fairly. They've been silent. I mean I see the mark. The rules around marketing and I appeal restricted company in terms of what they can say publicly glee. They've issued their the target price range. They've they've come out and said we're we're committed to a growing dividend to try and make it more attractive They've launch a major marketing campaign in Saudi Arabia to to get to drum up local interest. they're getting the banks there to provide loans to two locals to buy the shares but one telling thing about the disappointment. That Aramco's feeling is over. This process is is the fact that Aramco is not going to adopt the rules required for them to market the offering over over the next two weeks to US
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"I think a lot of us don't realize more in groups. Let's start there. How do we identify with the groups, and how can we better leverage them? Well, it's a great question often. You're you're right. We don't realize that we're in groups whether it's a community group of political action group or even a work like your team groups at work also in the tech industry. A lot of people are having group meetings and team meetings and those are group's. So how valuable is diversity within a group? If we're if we're going to be using I don't wanna say groupthink because it has a little bit pejorative to it. But I mean, if we're making the decision as a group, and we're all contributing how important is diversity within that group. Well, it depends on the type of group. Okay. It's a group that really wants to try to be able to dress. The wider needs of the community. Dan, yet gotta be diverse because there all kinds of diversity, right, especially with sexual orientation gender and special interest. So it depends on what the groups purposes. In the tech industry and people are trying to work on a project. It's a new innovative thing than. Yeah. You really want to encourage with stack based conflict and Dumont respect based conflict. That's a really great phrase. I'd like to also wanna mention another phrase that I heard you mentioned in a speech when I was doing research about this. And it was people's support around the common challenges, you were speaking about a chronic pain groups, and other things could you could you unpack that phrase support around common challenges. So a lot of times people come to get together around what they consider their common bond, which is for example, chronic conditions online groups is chronic babe dot com, and this is a group of young women a really feisty, and they got chronic pain, and they don't like it, and they grumbling grown about it and support each other in really constructive ways in that particular community. That's an online community. That's cool. We'll definitely linked through to that in the show notes for this week. But you let's stay here you mentioned dot com there. So how are online groups different slash better slash challenging when it comes to in person groups, physical great question. So they're different in the obvious that they don't meet in person. The allure of it online group is that people don't have to participate actively and the scene is not participating the ideal way. I Chris people to join an online group, but think about doing it is to I what they call lurk and learn which sounds initially kind of silly. But it's actually really good way to just to check into the online group and see how the group hung Schimdt. And whether it's a group they want to participate and been comfortable do cells and in-person group. It's harder to be anonymous. Do that research for people that are isolated both physically and emotionally online has definitely more cost effective. Although it depends on the kind of group together on a big fan of therapy groups and support groups that are in person, you do lose something online. But there's a lot of benefit in terms of the kinds of creative exchange and supports like in the bay area. Here we've got the the family caregiver alliance and they do established job of supporting people online. And with online groups. I would think if you're doing a little bit of like you said lurking and learning that means when you do opt in you have some enthusiasm going into that group. Exactly. And I I love your phrase. You talked about alignment being a business term that often overused. Right. I love that. H. It's my team on the same page driving toward the same message and gold, and it starts at the top of an organization. That's true. For all groups..
Michigan man hospitalized for rare cobra bite; officials scramble to find antivenom
"J mart, zone, Jeff Schwartz's at, GAO, f f, Schwartz And, hashtag, animal thunderdome time, let's, do it Ladies and. Gentlemen boys and This piece pizza, chicken times Animal thunder All. Right boys what's your guy? For me Danny Michigan man hospitalized for a rare Cobra bite And. Officials have been scrambling to? Find it anti-venom any coincidence that Claes in Michigan I was about to say is that Michigan man's last name Travis and did he have a sort of failing, pants business medical officials rushed to find an anti venom for a pin conning township Michigan man who was bitten by his pet albino Cobra The family pet that turned on, him the twenty six year old man whose, name has not been released maybe Klay lied about his age he was bitten by this family. Serpent and just twenty minutes later he became nauseous and began began to vomit a symptom of. The Cobra's venom the albino Cobra which is native to China. Cambodia and India among other, places has one of the fast? Acting. Snake venoms in the world the man was rushed to a hospital in bay city later airlifted to the Detroit medical center after, the venom paralyses respiratory muscles causing him to stop breathing So there they were puzzled medical center officials reached out to the Toledo zoo at Ohio to try to get an anti venom then they went to. Three other cities to get anti. Venoms nothing worked but I have an update here Miami Dade County, came to the rescue they had they sent twenty miles of a unique anti-venom, medicine to the, Detroit medical center via a, commercial flight the vials were administered to the victim through an IV the same day they arrived. The man now remains of the Detroit hospital but officials say that thanks to Miami Dade County he's on his way to recovering from the rare venomous bite So this guy you said this Cobra was, his pet yes that's on him a hundred percent. You can't have a Cobra as a pet that's on you They said he got twenty eight total vials I doubt I doubt. Detroit is keeping keeping on hand Cobra anti-venom Yeah you probably should not have in Al Bino Cobra. As. A family pet shouldn't have a snake as a family pet correct Yeah shouldn't be allowed clay has taken a hard stance against snakes during the. Animal We all. Have, everybody on this. Show I think has just not a big fan of snow Co-host snakes either about three weeks ago. Was leaving my chiropractors office I felt this thing. Slither by me and you could have. Sworn it was going to be like a, giant crocodile I jumped. So high in. The air he was like a foot long gardener snake. Green little baby snakes I did not, I was, not having you get away from me buddy Dumont. Playing this game I don't snakes here's our conversation no there are. A couple of women in this life this earth. That are there ten snakes hot but. Not many that we're doing we're doing that, again that's a great. Topic which which. Which which ladies in this world are ten snakes hot None Just a couple of Danny come on quickly. Boys this is a dog. Story we don't get many of these on animal thunderdome Wehner. Dogs You know a Missouri. Sheriff's deputy was rushed to a hospital and underwent surgery last Tuesday after he. Was attacked by a dog while serving a sim civil summons no, one answered the door at. The residents of the Jefferson County. Sheriff's department deputy notice there was, a side door that was partly opened FOX two of Saint. Louis, reported. So the deputy approaches the door the dog emerges. From the rare the house. In attack the deputy died latching onto his face oh jeez Now we know deputies their jobs are hard enough as. It is this dog bit into the deputies left. Arm as, well he was able to reach his weapon shot the dog once. In that enabled him to free himself the department posted an image to Facebook showing. The deputies blood-soaked uniform and bulletproof vests the homeowner told police that the the. Dog was a pit bull according to the St Louis post dispatch, the animal is expected to. Survive from the gunshot but animal. Control officials will decide what happens, now to the dog I think we all know what's going. To, happen Bye bye Dog is. Definitely. Done The crazy part about the strap, not seen this story but, I guarantee on Twitter people are pushing the officer for using his web, dog that attacked him even though I'm sorry if a. Dog, latching onto your no I'm we agree that he. Did the right thing We There, people there are people on this, earth the value the life of a pet over life of. Human, absolutely. Right no question about. That I think we got a. Minute here's another snake story quickly residents in Pennsylvania town in east, Greenville being warned to keep an eye out for a run. Away boa constrictor that has been missing for, weeks seven foot snake named Vinny sounds like a guy you call an eight hundred number to get gambling tips from reported missing in the. Town although investigators said they quote considered the matter closed after determining, that the reptile hasn't been seen in about four weeks on, quote They closed the matter Slither around these slow around take down. A dog pretty soon the final he's all he. Did was lie low. For the investigation, down the owner says there's a chance ten year old snake is hiding, somewhere in his house but locals are still being urged way how can keep an eye. Out for the snake how big is the house where you can't find a seven foot? Snake in your house That's a really good point Clayton In the house and I could find a. Seven foot snake in my house how about? A seven foot snake. Named Vinny that's a boa. Constrictor For your free. MAC football season coming up I, feel like there's a joke that..
EU's Moscovici says trade differences persist after G20 talks
"The alpenhorn academy of Switzerland which. Offers courses Let's return to the shooting incident in the Canadian city of Toronto police say nine people have been wounded by a gunman Jody Steinhauer, witnessed what happened All of a sudden we heard what sounded like very very. Loud firecrackers Ten fifteen blocks. And someone just said run get to the back of the restaurant now and then it was silent about five. To ten went off and y'all clear to the back of the restaurant and then we started to. Hear people scream out front and a woman was pulled inside in shot and we were, told that four to six people on the Danforth was shot right here and we just tried to call nine one of, his right now and looking out the window or stuck in the. Restaurant and there's police and paramedics. Ambulance everywhere and just mayhem down here nobody really knows what's going on we'll bring you more on that story as we get it each year more than two hundred million cases of malaria are reported. Around, the world and nearly half a million people die from the disease now the authorities in the US have approved new. Drug being hailed as the most significant advance in malaria, treatment in decades Quin treats recurring form of the disease called vivax strain missed common. In south and southeast Asia and Latin America by killing Dumont malaria parasites that lie in, the liver professor Richard price is from Oxford University vivax is a ferry disease I've seen young children get infection after infection, until they become sicker and sicker and eventually succumb to the actual. Malaria or to other diseases that. Come along at the same time such as pneumonia diarrhea more from our global health correspondent Smith Erdman decide vacs malaria the most common form of the disease in Latin America and south and southeast Asia. Can, be a challenge to get rid of that's because the parasite can lie dormant in the liver and reawakened several times Existing drugs can kill the sleeping parasite but need to, be taken for fourteen days and some people stop as soon as they feel better this leaves them vulnerable to disease returning and. Leaves of reservoir of malaria in the community that can be spread by mosquitoes Now the food and. Drug administration says a single dose of, two Quinn can help flush the parasite out of the liver and stop it coming back regulators will. Need to consider it side effects and then decide whether to make it available in countries where vivax is a serious threat The growing threat of an all out global. Trade war has dominated the latest g. twenty meeting. Which brought together finance ministers and bankers from the world's largest economies and at, the talks in Argentina's Saana ficials expressed concern that the US's. Policy of imposing trade tariffs and some countries could hinder global growth are South America business correspondent Daniel Gallus reports. The g. twenty summit of finance ministers warned in a joint statement. That trade, tensions risk undermining the, global economy but there, was a lot of tension in the meeting itself Europeans complained, about US tariffs being imposed on aluminium and steel that you. Commissioner for economic and financial affairs, Pierre Moscovici warned that US action is inappropriate and that Europeans are allies not foes the French finance minister Bruno. Lemaire said the you should not negotiate trade with a gun to its head but US secretary of treasury Steve Mnuchin tried to adopt Opt a softer tone he said that in upcoming talks with. G seven nations there will be efforts to drop trade barriers altogether the g. seven does not include China so there is. A hint that the US is trying to isolate the world's second-biggest economy last week President Donald Trump suggested that the US could significantly ramp up its tariffs imposing duties. On five hundred billion dollars of Chinese goods which. Is fourteen times more than the current amount Daniel gala reporting now sue has, some other stories from our news desk you cranes security service. Has defended its decision to fake the killing of the Russian journalists are county bump Janko insisting it was. A. Success the service chief Vassil Fritz said the operation two months ago. Has saved, lives he said Russia, had been planning to, assassinate dissidents in Ukraine and alligators in Moscow denies the leader, Abdul Fatah SEC says that, rumors aimed at fuelling discontent Are among the.
Prince Philip celebrates 97th birthday
"For the ones who get it done a lot of candles on prince philip's birthday cake prince philip is celebrating his ninety seventh birthday born on a kitchen table on the greek island of corfu he's the patriarch of the british royal family queen elizabeth's husband has never made a big deal about his birthday and this year buckingham palace would only say he's spending a privately philip retired last summer after carrying out more than twenty two thousand public engagements despite a hip replacement on april he's believed to be in generally good health he was last seen attending the wedding of his grandson prince harry and meghan markle larry miller cbs news london it was a good opening weekend for oceans eight starring sandra bullock had brought in more than forty one million dollars to top the box office women and people over the age of.