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Fresh "Emerson" from Tony Katz and the Morning News

Tony Katz and the Morning News

01:13 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh "Emerson" from Tony Katz and the Morning News

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Fresh "Emerson" from Tony Katz and the Morning News

Tony Katz and the Morning News

01:06 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh "Emerson" from Tony Katz and the Morning News

"At least Texans. And he should be considered in that 2024 race. Which no one should be considered for at least another year and a half. My bear has traffic. What's going on, man? Alright, Tony, looking at inbound 70 to the north sports. Stay away. This is a crash and write down three left lanes are blocked. Going into the North Woods is going to be able to rural street Keystone after they were stumped. Bank pass Sherman Drive Now use Washington Street instead. If I'm coming inbound 70 from Greenfield. I'm getting now at Emerson Avenue or sooner. And then I'm going to use Washington Street in the downtown Indianapolis again Crash Serious inbound 70 at the North. Split traffic, sponsored by Singer Financial Group Singer Financial can show you how retirement could support the life you want to live. Are you ready? Go to retire indeed dot com To learn more I met Bear with traffic on defies Follow US on Twitter at W IBC traffic. Things are heating up at Hugh Blur during the BIS of summer sales event. They're out to buy more cars than ever before they'll buy your car on the spot for more than you think it's worth..

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Fresh update on "emerson" discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

03:32 min | 6 hrs ago

Fresh update on "emerson" discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"I think it's a great encapsulation of the sort of the letdown. Feeling of when you. When you're a child in the world is full of unknown possibility you have that exploration mindset and then the adult lays on you the instrumental nature of travel. Well that road goes to the place. I go to get this The the interesting thing to the lao tzu quote. I think he's going to get to the heart of what we're going to spend the rest of the podcast talking about. And that's how our senses engaged with travel because ultimately if you're if your senses are fully engaged all the sensitive data is streaming into your nervous system in into your your brain. This is how we often entered the state of being in the moment of living in the now of just observing and being a part of the the stream of things and i think that ultimately like that's one of the really rewarding aspects of travel in. Its we might not even focus on it that much. I mean to a certain extent especially today like it. It helps to have a destination in mind. It helps to have a plan and you sort of plan everything out and have a destination so that you can perhaps feel even accidentally that unmortgaged now. -ness of travel. Yeah absolutely will. Do you want to shift over now. Talked about talk about travel in the senses. Yeah let's do it so so we went through some examples of what human travel is. And how long have you been carrying it out and we should also stress. That travel is maybe not for everyone. You certainly encounter people who don't care for it or have intense personal or scholarly objections to engage travel. Ralph waldo emerson for instance wrote. Traveling is a fool's paradise. Our first journeys discover to us the indifference of places. And i guess he also say reflecting the such adages as you know wherever you go there. You are that sort of thing and i think sometimes. That's that's more about tramping on unreasonable expectations of travel but But you you also see this. This notion elsewhere as well of of travel is being away of avoiding inner local and spiritual endeavors Gandhi said something to this effect as well. I mean i can certainly see for some people how travel might just be a wage. Busy the mind you know just like anything just like the same way. Tv could be away too busy. The mind And in that sense. That i don't know that that might be a less rewarding way to think about it. Then as opening yourself to experiences of novelty readying yourself for change. Yeah but then again even if your intent is one thing if you're going to end up getting kind of like sneaking the you know the medicine into the jam or something or grinding up some Pulverizing vegetables and sneaking them in You know to the president's spaghetti that sort of thing It's like if you're going to end up engaging in novelty and engaging the senses than than than ultimately the goal was there. How did i do want to point out there. There are environmental and sometimes health objections to travel. And we send some of those at the beginning and we we should you know. Certainly these are not things to dismiss No absolutely not. I mean you can. Simultaneously acknowledged that there might be a lot of great Great reasons to appreciate the role of travel and human life while also understanding. You know maybe maybe we're driving more than we should be. Maybe we're flying in planes more than we should be an certainly understanding during a time of pandemic that there are a lot of inherent risks to travel..

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"emerson" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

07:27 min | 3 weeks ago

"emerson" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Emerson. Every woman I know 1965 on the tarpon label. And there's a Chicago connection there. There's a car connection. So that brings me back to the Indianapolis 500, which is this weekend and 135,000 will be in the stands. Just think about how many millions will be listening to that, and It's interesting that the first broadcast on the radio in 1924 was on WGN and the guest of that show Henry Ford. Yeah, Now we've got a guest coming up this Sunday morning. Maybe not as illustrious. But to those who are fans of the race almost is good. Donald Davidson is going to join day, Neil. 6 30 to 10 A.m. prior to race coverage Right here on WGN Radio. However, all right, we have Rick On a semi driving along. So Rick Welcome back to WGN radio. Hello, Rick. Hello. I thought you're going to a commercial break real quick wits out of there for me that goes off. Don't do that You're driving. Yeah, well, you out here tonight You think people were trying to warm up for qualified free for the 500 the way they're driving tonight, right, And that's no time to be dozing off. Yeah, I don't just kind of you know how it is? Yes, I do. Really don't loft not really dozing off. Just kind of zoning out. I guess you'd say no human eyes open when you mention that you're right. And anybody who drives all the time they're lying if they don't say they don't zone out, And when I used to drive every week from Louisville to Nashville, I swear to God, there was parts of that, Dr that I never saw it. And it was down by bowling green and I would pass all the caves. And next thing I know I was in Simpson County. I'm like what happened to those other exits. And what happened was very weak, so I know If that happens when you drive the same route every night, you know, you just sit. There were my ad. Okay? What time is it? All right. It's quarter after I should be here. Oh, yeah, I am so I just don't remember going past the other stuff like you say, but yeah, in the past this year, it's not gonna happen, but he used to set the alarm for 2 33 o'clock in the morning and get up and watch the Grand Prix from Monaco. Yes, And then after that was over with you'd watch the Indy 500. And then about an hour and a half after that, or two hours, you'd watch the Coca Cola 600 from Charlotte, right? So you'd have, you know, almost 20 hours worth of Auto racing, and he just be you know, you're gonna be spending if you stayed up, wash it all. But this year there and the Grand Prix early because pandemic, I guess is what they're saying, but but they're still doing the Coca Cola 600 Sunday. Right? Yeah. Three o'clock. You got 25 Got the Indy 500. Yeah, well, that's over with. You got the 600 right? And, uh, there's been a few guys in the last Connell. 10 years or so that have tried to run the full 500 Indy and then jump on a jet down to Charlotte reaches 600 know. Did anybody successfully make it? Yes. About three or four. I mean they didn't win. Well, I guess not came. I guess. Tony Stewart came in, like fifth at Indianapolis and It was pretty pretty far up on mask our side, too. But they had to pull him out of the car. And you know, giving my visa has done. But Yeah, said he took Ivy's on the plane down, but there has been a few. Well, Tony Stewart. I just I just looked this up, took two attempts, a lots of preparation in 2001. He became the only driver in history to finish On Indianapolis 500 the Coca Cola 600 on the same day, so he finished Yeah. Yeah, He's Tony Stewart's and Iron man from Indiana. So yeah. Now I know that you're marrying Mario Andretti. I think tried or maybe was John Andretti, who tried, But I don't think I'm ready. But Tony Stewart apparently made it. Wow. Good for him. And Kurt Busch did it A couple years ago. He didn't finish the 600. But he finished I don't know if you wrecked out Indian didn't finish that one or wrecked out it. Charlotte didn't finish that one. But he did that. So I'm looking at them looking at Tony's feet here in 2001, and he arrives at 9 30 in the morning it in Indianapolis. That was, of course, before daylight savings times. That would be 10 30 Eastern. And well, Let's see the Indianapolis 500 started it at noon East Coast time. But 11 AM Indiana Time finished it 2 30, which was 3 30 Charlotte time because of daylight savings. Gets to the airport by a helicopter on he goes to Concord. Rather, obviously, then where Cook gets on a citation 10 he's administered to leaders of I V fluids. Lands that conquered regional changes. Clothes boards a helicopter to Charlotte. Ah, man. Oh, man gets in the car and finishes and he finished third at 10 P.m.. Geez, yeah, yeah, that was that was a full day 11 miles of over 100 Mile an hour. So geez, you know, I mean, there's probably about 1 50 or, you know. For an average, but Then another thing that just popped into my mind. There must be a car show. Some work is I just got passed by about six Ramblers and am sees like there was a man. I think it was 65 Marlin. Weird car, right? And a couple javelins and am ashes, But it just made me think of another song. I don't know the exact thing of a beep beep. Yeah, that is the exact nature of it. Yes, the Playmate Speed Beer, Little National Round one third my size must have wanted to pass me up because he kept on Tunis Horn. I'll show him that A Cadillac is not a car to scorn. I can play that. Yep, And indeed. Yells out the window. Anybody out going to get this kind of second year? Exactly. Exactly. Yes, that Z beat by the playmates on roulette. I'll be happy to play it. All right. All right. You have a good you have a good weekend, and we'll be listening Monday night when I'm out here all on my Sam. Oh, good. Well, I'm looking forward to our thanks, Rick. Yep. Have a good evening and enjoy the weekend. You two all right? So 8888765593, 88 88, Rollie. And And was there anything else? I guess. I guess there wasn't anything else so I should. I should just say it's WGN radio. This'll messages sponsored by Amazon. I want to get back to kissing cheeks and my grand babies making Sunday dinner. What a house full of family.

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Countries Eager to Reopen to Travel as Pandemic Recedes

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 3 weeks ago

Countries Eager to Reopen to Travel as Pandemic Recedes

"The summer travel season is approaching or is it air travel within the US is nearly back to twenty nineteen levels pre pandemic but what about international travel the US steel bars most visitors from Europe China India Brazil and some other countries too the state department because most of the world's countries high risk even US citizens returning from international travel have to pass a cove it test but the travel industry is running out of patience with this spokeswoman Tory Emerson Barnes pointing out more people are getting covered shots and the infection rate is decreasing she says it's critical for the economy to reopen international travel I'm read a folly

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"emerson" Discussed on Voice in Canada

Voice in Canada

02:02 min | 2 months ago

"emerson" Discussed on Voice in Canada

"Jump into this interview with emerson sklar and With emmerson i introducing himself enjoy. Sure i am emerson sklar. I am the chief evangelist of bespoke spoken. Who are the leaders of automated testing tuning monitoring for conversational. Ai and how did you can. He'd get volt. How'd you get involved in voice. What's the what's of the background story. There yeah that that's a great question. I really oh my my path into voice to my good friend. Anderson who leads the voice practice at A former employer has his current employer named applause. Who focus on crowd source testing. We did a lot of work with the big name players in space and ben really dragging me kicking and screaming voice. Knew me pretty. Well said that. I would really enjoy this space and really enjoy what we could get up to and is absolutely right and it has been a been a variety of that's awesome. What do you mentioned like your thought. You would enjoy it. What what do you enjoy the most about what you do in these days. Yeah so i spent. I spent most of my career in testing space started originally automated testing Spent a number of years number of years applause. Focus more on the manual testing side. I love a good challenge. And how it impacts a user positively or negatively that was one of the fascinating things about applause community of nearly half a million professional. Qa members all over the world that you can sorta slice his dice to to get feedback where to leverage to test voice apps or regular outs and One of the things that that drew me to spoken was how different and unique quality is invoice. Different usability as and how because of the inherent a nearly infinite combinations that are introduced by the characteristics of our voice. How really it is a problem. That is uniquely suited to To being solved or to being being helped through automation

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Conversational AI with Emerson Sklar of Bespoken

Voice in Canada

02:02 min | 2 months ago

Conversational AI with Emerson Sklar of Bespoken

"Jump into this interview with emerson sklar and With emmerson i introducing himself enjoy. Sure i am emerson sklar. I am the chief evangelist of bespoke spoken. Who are the leaders of automated testing tuning monitoring for conversational. Ai and how did you can. He'd get volt. How'd you get involved in voice. What's the what's of the background story. There yeah that that's a great question. I really oh my my path into voice to my good friend. Anderson who leads the voice practice at A former employer has his current employer named applause. Who focus on crowd source testing. We did a lot of work with the big name players in space and ben really dragging me kicking and screaming voice. Knew me pretty. Well said that. I would really enjoy this space and really enjoy what we could get up to and is absolutely right and it has been a been a variety of that's awesome. What do you mentioned like your thought. You would enjoy it. What what do you enjoy the most about what you do in these days. Yeah so i spent. I spent most of my career in testing space started originally automated testing Spent a number of years number of years applause. Focus more on the manual testing side. I love a good challenge. And how it impacts a user positively or negatively that was one of the fascinating things about applause community of nearly half a million professional. Qa members all over the world that you can sorta slice his dice to to get feedback where to leverage to test voice apps or regular outs and One of the things that that drew me to spoken was how different and unique quality is invoice. Different usability as and how because of the inherent a nearly infinite combinations that are introduced by the characteristics of our voice. How really it is a problem. That is uniquely suited to To being solved or to being being helped through automation

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Is Zach Snyder's 'Justice League' a Good Movie?

The No Film School Podcast

09:36 min | 3 months ago

Is Zach Snyder's 'Justice League' a Good Movie?

"The very controversial for so many reasons for content reasons for formatting reasons i saw so many memes about the fact that it was reformatted. Four three zack zack. Snyder's justice league has officially dropped. We say dropped on the internet right. It's not like premiering a movie theater. It's just dropping on on. Streamers is fishy dropped on hbo. Max there's a complicated back story where zacks under had to leave mid production because of a family tragedy which is very sad judd app not try that patel just we took over just we apparently was a total asshole and there were all sorts of lawsuits. About what a dickey was and then you know. The film by many fans was not felt to reflects what zach snyder intended and there was long discussion of a zacks undercut image. Peo- max put in seventy million dollars to shoot a whole bunch more footage to make the zack snyder. Cut of justice league. Come out for years later. This is an interesting story because it is different. From a lot of directors cut stories. A lot of directors cut stories are ten years later. I'm grateful the studio give me access to the archive to rescan the negative and re-cut it is very rare in fact i can't think of an example where someone's like four years later. I got an extra seventy five million dollars to shoot additional footage to make an alternate movie like it is. Is there another example. That are missing where somebody got that. I don't know but what i do know. Is that in the history of film. There have been many many many directors cuts and extended editions and versions. That were revisited. We've talked about some of them here before. And most of our audience familiar with many of them It is not unheard of obviously for there to be something that prevents the original vision to be completed by the person who had it. And obviously there are many instances where somebody could go back and try and piece things together. Only orson welles. A number of times We even talked to. I talked to walter merch about going back in and recruiting and working on touch of evil. There are the magnificent emerson's with him as well. I think he's one of the early versions. Were early famous versions but bladerunner famously for anybody mir charles age And so much inbetween. It's such a common story but this one does stand apart because yeah he was given basically a massive feature film budget to make more of it his version of it and it is an interesting thing like will this happen more often. Will we get criminal. And saying actually i want to shoot a whole different ending too dark dark knight rises fifteen years later. Because i've rethought it. And i wanna go into a very complicated sort of relationship between the artists and the work when you remove the theatrical premiere and when you open up the idea of shooting original additional footage it is a it's vastly different so Full disclosure wasn't able to finish it have a two year olds. Get very sleepy very easily. Don't have four hours with two year. Old where i can watch the whole thing but universally in my social media of the people in my life everyone i know seems to have really enjoyed the new cup more than the last cut. I do not understand why people hate on sex neither so much. I genuinely enjoyed his dawn of the dead. I thought it was solid. I also am a like. I wanted to get into movies. Originally to make watchmen. When i was nice school. I don't hate his watchman. Cut like everyone else does. I don't understand whether so mad about it. I think people to hate sex. Neither for some reason that does not make sense to me. I'll also disclosed and then michelle. I know michelle is actually watched both right but so i have watched the new one. I watched the snyder cut. I did it. I made it through. Well di i not a big comic book movie fan. In general i have seen many of them though. And i did not see the original justice league so i had to do some research on what changed which was really interesting to me. I also actually really think highly of him from a visual standpoint. I find that even when he's not like a lot of the movies directed this one included. The material is just not great in my opinion but he's visually so committed to the bit that he does that his sequences really worked for me. And i think he's a great comic book movie director choice. Because i think he's really. His camera is like ballot. Check i think his action sequences are visually compelling. And i think his approach like to me the thing that felt the weakest about this. I mean obviously the some some major casting problems major script problems but all that aside i think it it mimicked. Some of what marvel does too much sometimes which i don't really like. They're some straight up. Like this is just an avenger. Seen but not as good. And i don't really love what it was in the first place personally but all my my personal take aside. I think filmmakers He is just he really doesn't. He's earnest he's not tongue in cheek and sometimes it gets a little silly and you might laugh. But i think his earnest approach to how dramatic he is with his camera like from dawn of the dead to the three hundred to a and tackling real quick charles before michelle I think that warner brothers is known to have some really tight released times. They don't have the same war chest that disney does for like they. They set these release dates. They they have to make them. I'm not going to get into the wise. And if sets really true but and that puts a lot of pressure on finishing something and delivering something. And i think that some of the the flaws in some of these dc comic book movies have to do with some of that some of us so anyway onto you. Michelle i f Well done on watching. The center is a endeavor. I i think i knew what the runtime was. But it doesn't click in my head until i was watching and the timeline at the bottom. It has like how long you've watched. And i miss read it. I thought it was much like when it said two and a half hours at the bottom. I thought that was a total Not they meant time that i had laughed and that was quite a surprise. So it's long. Don't don't kid yourself jack. Knifed mini series has parts could have been released in parts. My first input. If you will is i feel like i. Keep reading the quote snyder cut. That snyder wouldn't release in two thousand seventeen and i would argue that. I don't know this is i. Don't think this is at all what would have been released for so many reasons. It's a it's a post weeden post tragedy post. Hbo max snyder display. I don't think we would be able to release a for. I could be wrong. A four hour epic in a theater in twenty seventeen. I don't obviously say that. There are many teaser. There are changes are subtle there. Some people have pointed them out and in terms of very subtle and different. Like stolen changes. That i think are in there now. For example there's a billboard others billboard in the city at some point in the messages you're not alone and a lot of people have guessed that something that snyder put in in reference to his daughter. Like these little things that have been put in log away 'cause post years of reflection on it and i just don't think not content aside just the run time. I'm not sure how many people really yes for hours within a theatre. Let's do it. I don't know if we the same. i do. Think a really interesting experiment if anyone ever wants to ever play with this idea of same footage different story concept of how to edit something together. Because i started watching the josh sweden version the same evening. Don't do this same evening through off after watching case for a minute i thought you were. You said you meant side by side like you had to i. Four by three setup does allow you. I will say to have it on the side of my screen. As i was like doing some work so i will say the former three at least helpful in the arrangements of your browser window because like i'm not cutting anything off because it's not a letterbox or other format so the four by three is is is makes it easier to have the size. No i tried watching the conversion right. After some of the scenes giving away some of the scenes that feel pivotal in the story. Line are like thrown in the credits. The opening like oh i get with. This is going to do you. I don't know if i can sit through

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David S. Reynolds on Abraham Lincoln

This American President

06:47 min | 4 months ago

David S. Reynolds on Abraham Lincoln

"Our guest. Today is dr david. S reynolds historian who has written extensively on the civil war era. He's won numerous awards including the bancroft prize. And the ambassador book award just to name a few. And he is the author of the book. Abe abraham lincoln in his times professor reynolds. Thank you for being on our show. Great to be here richard. Thank you great. So much is made about president. Lincoln's lack of experience and his many supposed- professional failures prior to winning the presidency. But you seem to push back against this narrative. So what's the real story here. yeah One of the best books on him david. Donald to lincoln one of the better known books actually says very frankly that no president has ever entered the highest office being the least prepare less prepared than than lincoln that is the least prepared ball and on the surface kind of looks that way because he had less than one year of education just primary school education and Thou that was it and He didn't go through any formal formal of self education. Either but what i found is that he had something far more important. A insatiably curious. If he were on the law circuit around illinois he would go to a farmer and say. How does that machine work. And what brand of cow is that and and the pig over there. What can you describe that to me. Very very curious about the world around him And also he loved to read poetry in particular newspaper small so poetry and poetry kind of organized his thoughts and he memorized shakespeare by the page. She didn't do it to impress people but Suddenly suddenly would come out with a shakespearean soliloquy though is on his hard disk his brain and Or burns poem or something like that. So he was a really exposed to different levels of culture so much so that his contemporary emerson said There's one hero who stands out from the rest as somebody who bridges the entire range of experience from the very highest shakespeare of the opera. And all of that to the lowest. He like body humor and grotesque Frontier humor and emerson said he went down as far so the the very dogs believed in him so In a way who's very very open to experience and is that lincoln that i'm really interested in the songs he loved the poems he loved and what really made him a what what was going on inside of him right and you talk about. Lincoln's ran as an era of sensationalism. Violence susannah humor surreal the surreal in the bizarre which i think for anyone that follows politics now is a bit comforting to know that it's it's been like this for a while. So can you expand on just what you meant by that. Well i think there's been interesting sensationalism for a long time in many cultures but the difference was that because of changes in print printing techniques and also distribution techniques. Suddenly this was available to the masses and so the newspapers they used to be used to six hundred suddenly were once the penny papers and they were filled with sensational stories about murders and suicides and oh adultery and all all all this stuff and so yeah. I mean Linking grew up in this kind of culture. Also in popular humor lincoln said it was characterized by grotesque nece and it was a very violent kind of humor of gouging and and scrapping and scraping and a often feature these kind of frontier types. That were just wild men and people get a lotta thrills out of these kind of very very wild escapades in the crockett manuscripts the davy crockett manuscripts almond accents. Helper and p.t barnum. Who was a sensation. He was founded show business and wasn't in the circus business back then but he was in the museum business and he put on sensational displays like a fiji mermaid. Who is this beautiful blonde. Half naked woman had presented that way in in the posters. But actually it was just a a monkey's torso tied to a salmon's tail assistant in some water. And anyway the biggest. The smallest the fattest put things on display so in a way Lincoln had to serve accommodate culture as well because he was sold as as abe. That's book is called the kind of rough frontiers men with his sleeves rolled up and he's wielding an axe in these splitting the rails and by the time that It was advertised that way. It had been many years since. He's splitting rails because he was a respectable lawyer by the time war. Good suits and all of that and it was making a good income but he allowed himself to be sold as a even though he hated the name but he said without names like old. Abe uncle abe Honesty i wouldn't have been elected. I would not have been elected. So he was sort of put on display almost in a barnum barnum like way in eighteen sixty.

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Hitman 3 Review Round-Up

Kinda Funny Games Daily

08:05 min | 5 months ago

Hitman 3 Review Round-Up

"Hitman three reviews are and the embargo has lifted. As i let you know. I love you eco. Exo right now has our impressions of roger corner here from kinda funny is already beaten hitman and then it was me and bless you talking about our initial impressions in review so far but the metacritic as it stands which were not and of course is at eighty eight. This is as eight or nine. Am this morning Games beat gave five out of five. Jeffey grub grub rights hitman works because developer iowa interactive bills the games as predictable and rigid machines and as players. We control the key to this machine in asian. Forty-seven io's job is to make sure that when players insert forty seven into this massive cogs moving parts that other parts of the machine awaken in present new opportunities for creativity hitman three in particular works because this machine is more intricate and fund to explore than ever thanks to its incredible levels overnight over an idea dot com luke riley gave it a nine point zero and wrote rich will warning in highly reliable. Hit man three is a superb installment of i os idiosyncratic and much but much love style series. The fundamentals haven't changed since two thousand sixteen but it's collection of outstanding maps for a refined reliable in robust curtain. Closer to the current hitman trilogy. Six maps may sound slim but each one is huge and designed to be played several times over. And even that. It's very unlikely you'll ha- you'll have uncovered all of its creative. It surprising assassination opportunities. There really isn't a week one in the bunch. This barcode butcher has made a lot of appearances over the past twenty years but hitman three is definitely one of his best and then at dual shockers. It got an eight point zero chris. Cornelius rights still the modular nature of each games. Entries means that all three play extremely similarly. Here's of course talk about the them so if you played hitman one or two already you know exactly what you're getting with three there's nothing new or groundbreaking here just honestly though that's perfectly fine for those who like this style of game. As the high quality of level design carries forward. You might not get a wholly original concept or sequel hit ansari. What you will get is the same intricate set of levels. Apply to new areas and concept's whether it's trying to uncover covert operatives in berlin berlin rave or a weaving through the secret passages in dartmoor mansion This these locales and their implementation really are treat. I mean out of jail with game. Play as much as i could have but i certainly loved exploring these areas in plumbing their secrets mr gary widow. What is your history with the hitman. Franchising where are you with hitman. Three my my My history with The hitman series intermittent played the since the very very first hitman gained back in to die. It's a franchise that has has come and gone and has at various different reboots and it seems like re in recent years. It's really coming to. It's the most recent iterations hitman year when they were rolling them out as episodes that was really really popular with people really likes them. I've always tried to get into them. And i've heard something about them just never quite connected with me and i think that's just more to do with that's less to do with the game's not being good games and more to do with him just being somehow like just incompatible with my own tastes gators off you no matter how but i feel i feel like that but not like in a big way is a big disconnect some like. I know. there's a game here that i would really enjoy. If i could just get into it. So i feel like this with this new hitman. Three is the perfect opportunity for me to give it like one more. I'm really gonna try. I'm really going to try to get into. I'm excited about it. I think my wife my About her favorite. Pop the assassin's creed. Games sneaking around us astern people. That's literally all you do so might be it might be hookup as well. I'm very keen to try. I'm also very glad patrick. Click onto the question for me. Hold on because. I think that question might lead into diego's question he wrote into patriots dot com slash. Kind of funny games says hi guys. First time longtime reviews for main three are out and largely positive. My question is simple as someone who never played one of these. Is it worth starting with three or their changes to the mechanics so minimal that maybe i should start with cheaper option of hitman to grabs me from their. Thanks much love. This is a big question. Not just the hitman to the back levels legacy stuff but is hit. Hit me in three a great jumping off point if you've never played before right. This is what you were talking about with club. We and we and we see this every time a big new game series brings out a game right like like one of the most commonly asked questions i've heard in the last year is like where do you start with for example the yakuza games. Many of the right should you. Can you start with like a dragon. You wanna stop zero. Always different ways to get into it. And so i'd every game is different right and every every series is different understand. Why the questions coming from right especially. Since i saw recently that i owe think tweeted something about it. Meant three being the the concluding chapter in a hitman. Trilogy edgy when i when i hear that that makes me a bit nervous like you wouldn't for example to just jump into light. Return of the jet is the first hours from the emerson right. Still be a great movie but a lot of stuff wouldn't make sense and you'd be a bit lost because you know it's picking up story threads been percolating through the previous two films. You would be like who's this guy share. What's going on. And on. I wanna you don't wanna have that feeling but i feel like these days especially we've really games when like years between games. It's it kind of behooves game developers to make sure each new game can function both as the continuation of what's come before legacy players but can also be on boarding can be an entry point for people like you as a game developer or published. You really know helping self if you say oh yeah. This is really only accessible to people who have already played hitman. Because you never gonna grow your your fan vice that what you've got to You you've you've got to have each game be an accessory. An accessible new entry point. And i was very glad to see. Patrick clinic. Asked the same questions anything's into similar position to me intrigued to try. The new one has spent a of time with hitman before. Certainly no up unlike the balaji in the lower. What's happening with like agent. Forty seven's store. I couldn't tell you a single fucking thing about agent forty seven and now he's a ball dude with a barcode on his on the back now and that's nice people is the. Is there much mortar. No probably any of it. But i was very glad to see this morning that apparently a lot of people had replied to patrick and the consensus. Yet you can just jump into say hitman three and whatever problems with like not knowing what's going on so that's what i'm gonna do. I also do have. The hitman wanted to legacy editions. That came whatever deluxe super duper pack. The i got so. I might try those as well but i'm just going to jump into three because that's going to be the one that is most optimized for next gen and like you know it's gonna it's gonna it's gonna have the most valuable learnings from one and two right and i think it's you and me. Gary have a very similar hitman story. Where i remember getting that i hitman. Ips two and bringing it home in popping it. It'd be like oh. This isn't what i thought it was going to be. I thought it was going to be more like a metal gear at the time and so i fell off and so every man. That's come but let's talk specifically about this trilogy hitman one and two i pop on. I usually play the first map in the first couple mission. Maybe i into a couple of maybe one more. And i'm like i get it. I see what this game's doing it's not for me like something about it doesn't click and i'm right there with you of like. I know that there is a game there that i could get into but i've struggled to do it and so hit me three. I m coming in very much. And i've played on part of the review on. Ps i love you so far. I'm three missions into the six maps or whatever so there you go it. Was this idea that i'm playing it. I like it. But i don't and i don't and it's the hold up for me is in the over the you know. There's the individual individual maps with your targets and their intricate plots. And what to do. They're right over over. That is layered this the end of the trilogy story. That's happening right. And i think even for me starting at never having beaten hitman one or two but starting those games they do a great job of like. Here's what's happened in the previous games here. Who's these other two players. You're with our this is what's going on. Go for it.

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Why Would the Creator of Graham Crackers Be Horrified by Them Today?

BrainStuff

02:26 min | 6 months ago

Why Would the Creator of Graham Crackers Be Horrified by Them Today?

"Harebrained steph. Lauren vogel bomb. Let's face it. One of the best things about making a campfire is making s'mores. The quintessentially american treat consisting of a toasted gooey marshmallow and a square of melted chocolate pressed between two crisp graham crackers. But have you ever wondered where graham crackers came from or where they got their name. The original graham cracker was a health food developed in the eighteen thirties. From the teachings of an american food reformer and religious teacher named sylvester. Graham who by all accounts would be appalled by what's called a graham cracker today which is typically made with refined flour high fructose corn syrup ended up dab of honey for marketing purposes instead graham's original cracker called for just wheat and gram flour a form of whole wheat flour made by grinding the endo sperm winter wheat into a fine powder and mixing it with the brand and wheat jerem it has of course texture and nutty flavor the resulting cracker contained no sugar fat and often had to be softened by soaking or boiling before eating. We spoke with new york-based food historian. Sarah weisberg johnson. She said it's funny. That of all the things that he talks about with his health reform. That's the one thing that gets widely adopted and has his name. Graham flour gets adopted by people who may not even be aware of him even towards the end of the nineteenth century and persists into some of the twentieth century. You hear about graham gems and gram bread. Cookbooks up to the nineteen forties and fifties graham. Who was not a doctor. Although he sometimes went by dr graham was horrified by the over processing and enriching of wheat flour and believed that the loss of fiber and other nutrients and white flour ruined consumer health in eighteen. Thirty seven graham published a pamphlet entitled a treatise on bread and bread making in the intro. He wrote thousands in civic. Life will for years and perhaps as long as they live. Eat the most miserable trash. The kim be imagined in the form of bread. He was basically advocating for whole-wheat homemade bread and was thus hailed by the philosopher. Poet ralph waldo emerson. As the profit of brand bread. Graham was a proponent and follower of vegetarianism founding. The american vegetarian society eighteen fifty.

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"emerson" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

Sci-Fi Talk

05:06 min | 6 months ago

"emerson" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

"Hires a conversation with michael emerson that i talked to him right during the run when he was on lost. Actually i had my theories on the island and all that stuff but some of its come true. I'm actually. I thought it was some kind of laboratory of some kind and some of that's come true a little bit but i don't think that's necessarily wrong. Yeah but exactly what else is going on. That's half the fun. You know exactly the thing about you know your your character on the show is i think i. I saw it in one of the websites just doing a little research on him and what people thought of him is that they say that you can with a look and i've seen it on the show. You can literally like terrify. Somebody i mean. That's i mean that's not an easy thing to do. I guess it harkens back to the old silent days of acting where actors can look at people and just terrified them that way. I don't know if there've is the other character the audience terrifying somebody apparently absolutely it. May it may be. That people are people are looking to be terrified to. I think there's something you know delightful about it. When i run into people on the street you know who who recognize me. They they make a great show of you know being terrified of me but they're also laughing at the same time so it's sort of terror plus fun exactly exactly It's it's a really fantastic show. It's it's so hard to classify it works on so many levels really dies on the third it just sort of an action adventure. Maybe some science fiction dimensions. but then there's also the metaphysical dimension that it works on even a certain amount of psychological or social material buried in there as well political. Do for that matter. Yeah there is definitely some of that too. It's yeah it's it's one of these things it's hard to put into one slide. It's ex kind of show. The only thing he reminds me of was a series in the sixties called the prisoner sure. Oh yeah yeah. It was and that one was also hard to pigeonhole. It's kind of like secret agent. Well known that really. It's certainly it's like you said little bit of sci-fi a little bit of this and that and losses kind of fits into its own little category like that too. Let's beyond that. How did the part come about for you. Just like a regular audition kind of thing or know and it's it's unusual for me but it came to me as an offer. Oh well i'm used to having to jump through hoops of fire to anything but this one came as an offer a as you probably know it was originally to be just a guest by it was going to be three episodes into out Think by the time. I reached on blue. It'd turn to six. And then it was seven eight nine. Ten the end of the season and lo and behold over the summer they. They asked me if i would work on it regularly so it came as a surprise to me as well..

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"emerson" Discussed on A's Plus

A's Plus

01:45 min | 6 months ago

"emerson" Discussed on A's Plus

"To get a firm grasp on what we got going into spring training. You guys sned three pitchers in the rule five draft including dany jimenez in the Major league portion who was with the giants last year as a rule five player so Potentially a a lot of really interesting options for you to learn and tell us all about Down the line Emmerson i was wondering bomber. Susan lot of strike outs arm. Alana strikeouts Minor minor league yeah And and it looks like he didn't walk mega-guys so we'll such as you have an idea of how to move his baseball around. And like i said you know get in there. Get on our our Analytics and see what he can do. Yeah i just heard for listeners Into nineteen him and his didn't except for a couple of things with the giants him minute in pitch that much in in two thousand twenty with lisa right. Now which is is fun He struck out ninety three fifty nine innings in two thousand nineteen in the minor so Yeah that's that's those are some pretty nice number. She liked that you'd take that so yeah yeah and he. Would you know if the if you guys are going to keep him. That's the only that's the only way he could stay on the roster. Is you have to them on the roster all year so i suspect given the fact that there are a lot of holes potentially to fill in the bullpen that will be seen a lot of danny s scott emerson as always thank you so much for joining us on as plus thanks again to scott emerson for joining us on a plus our producers today where king kaufman and g allen johnson will be back again next.

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2 missing after landslide, Tribal chairman reinstated, and Trudeau breaks water promise

Native America Calling

03:57 min | 7 months ago

2 missing after landslide, Tribal chairman reinstated, and Trudeau breaks water promise

"This is national native news. tonio gonzales. Two people were still missing. Thursday in haines alaska after landslides this week cage. Ns reports four of six people thought to be missing have been accounted for. Emergency response is underway in the community landslides triggered by rain destroyed homes and displaced community members. Local groups are among those offering assistance. The central council of clinton haida indian tribes as coordinating efforts with the choukou indian association to provide food clothing and shelter and have set up funding apps for donations. The states also working to provide additional resources and assistance to hanes the four pakistani boyne ensue tribal executive board and northeast montana reinstated the tribes suspended chairman following a december third vote yellowstone. Public radio's caitlyn. Nicholas reports during a special public board meeting attorney. Georgette blow read. Nine charges from the tribal executive board against chairman. Floyd is your lead to suspension on november fifth. His deserve the best interest of one of the charges. That chairman is your had refused to attend board meetings since august twenty fourth and another was he inappropriately tried to maintain and pay for services from a close associates construction company. Bp construction even after the board entered into litigation with the same company for failing to provide services during his response is yours at the board was being quote unfair and he denied all allegations saying he was fulfilling his role as chairman. Your pardon after hearing the charges and is yours defense. Seven of the eleven tribal executive board members voted to remove the chairman. Eight votes were required for as yours. Removal emerson young one of the board members who voted to remove your said. The board of the chairman needed to be a united front moving forward working. It is what it is now. The better people and work more work as warm. When board member patricia ironclad runs through began urging her to retract critical opinion articles. He had published about the board in the fort peck journal. The chairman stood up. Said the decision had already been made to reinstate him and left before the board adjourned. The tribal executive board will continue. It's ongoing litigation against bp construction as was reinstated as chairman immediately after the vote. I'm caitlyn nicholas. The canadian government says it will not be able to keep its pledge to lift all long-term drinking water advisories and first nations as down carpenter reports the government of prime minister justin trudeau had promised to do so by march of twenty twenty one indigenous services minister mark miller says he takes full responsibility for the broken promise. He also pledged spend more than one and a half billion dollars to make sure that the work gets done. Prime minister justin trudeau had promised during the two thousand and fifteen election campaign to all long-term boil water advisories within five years. Miller acknowledged that the original plan was an ambitious one adding that there were many reasons for the delay but he renewed the government's pledge going forward for every community with a long-term drinking water. Advisories there is a project team and an action plan in place to resolve it. What communities want is not not imposed deadline. It's a long term commitment to access to clean water for this. They need funding to support measures such as training and retention of qualified staff and support for the daily operations and maintenance activities which is critical to ensuring the lasting effects of these investments. Some first nations have set a permanent fix for their communities. Could take years so far. Awwa has helped lift. Ninety-seven long-term drinking water advisories in the past five years. More than fifty are still in place but miller says by the end of this month. The number left could shrink to twelve for national native news. I'm dan carpenter and antonio gonzalez

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Large fire consumes building in northern New Jersey

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 7 months ago

Large fire consumes building in northern New Jersey

"A four alarm fire in New Jersey that was visible from New York City has been brought under control the fire started shortly before nine AM eastern in a building housing issue distributor that's according to Inglewood fire chief Eric Emerson black smoke billowing from the commercial area in New Jersey could be seen from across the river in New York onlookers said they heard an explosion and overhead video footage showed part of the building's roof and top floor had been blown off crews from several surrounding towns converged on the four alarm fire and the blaze was brought under control around eleven in the morning no injuries were reported the cause of the fire is under investigation I'm Jennifer king

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26-Year-Old Tree Worker Killed In Sudbury Near Boston

WBZ Afternoon News

01:11 min | 7 months ago

26-Year-Old Tree Worker Killed In Sudbury Near Boston

"Old man from Everett hit and killed by a falling tree in Sudbury. Here's WBZ TV is Tiffany champ. We're being told that this young man and four other tree workers were helping a homeowner. Cut down trees at home behind Ridge Hill Road when one of of those those trees trees that that he he was was helping helping to to help help cut cut came came crashing crashing down. down. He He became became pinned pinned under under this this tree tree that that we're we're being being told, told, was was at at least least 25 25 ft ft Tone. Tone. Now Now the the police police chief telling us that it took police just minutes to get there. About two minutes. The chief's cotton it's actually performed. CPR on this young man. Will other police officers try to do some other life saving measures to no avail. He was taken to Emerson Hospital in Concord, where he was pronounced dead now. Chief next telling us that he sees accidents all the time. But to see this young man's life cut so short, be appreciative of your loved ones and condolences. Definitely go out to the family for their loss and the day before Thanksgiving, And this does appear to be an accident and because it is a death investigation, the Middlesex County District attorney's office is now heading the investigation. The victim is not being identified At this time. Police say his family has been notified. Touted as the

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Amazon doubled its profit during the pandemic

Today in Focus

01:39 min | 7 months ago

Amazon doubled its profit during the pandemic

"Given this huge surge of demand. How profitable has two thousand and twenty pm for emerson. Well it looks like in terms of its of its revenues. It's just off the scale. Really a big big on both the top and bottom line. We've got revenue coming in amazon. Report is third quarter results. Companies revenues were ninety. Six point one. Five billion dollars is not income. Increased to six point. Three billion dollars in the third quarter. That's nang well. The stock is up almost two percent here after hours. Mike that's quite a bottom line. Beat here for amazon operating cash flow increasing fifty six percent. Everything he's going through the roof. I mean the numbers are so big that have no sense really of what they mean but i can tell they made the amazon has done very very well and so that leads me into my next question. Is this a company that pays its taxes and plays fairly in the marketplace so there are huge questions about amazon taxes. They pay the taxes all over the world. The question is how much tax they pay. So in september it was reported that its sales in the uk had surged fourteen billion pounds but it paid only two hundred ninety million pounds in uk tax. Now that as far as i understand it is because the level of profit that it declares is relatively small but it's turnover and its revenues arguably speak for themselves and that's a huge source of control busy so for example in two thousand eighteen in the usa amazon posted income more than eleven billion dollars but the company paid nothing in federal taxes. Nothing nothing and that's because they would say well they've only just started to turn a profit

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Boston - 26-Year-Old Tree Worker Killed In Sudbury

WBZ Afternoon News

00:25 sec | 7 months ago

Boston - 26-Year-Old Tree Worker Killed In Sudbury

"A heavy hardwood tree fell on a 26 year old men from Everett has apparently happened while he was working for a tree removal company at a site on Rich Hill Road. Just say first responders did CPR on the victim before he was brought to Emerson Hospital in Concord. That is where he was later pronounced dead. So we have learned a man was killed today in Sudbury. He was pinned under a tree, and he again was pronounced dead at Emerson Hospital in Concord.

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"emerson" Discussed on Wrongful Conviction Podcasts

Wrongful Conviction Podcasts

05:44 min | 8 months ago

"emerson" Discussed on Wrongful Conviction Podcasts

"Armed with this new information emerson lawyers filed a post conviction petition in two thousand sixteen asking for his conviction to be thrown out. But it hasn't been yet this is where emerson's legal case has stalled despite skilled lawyers and compelling evidence of innocence. The courts have denied his petitions at every turn but there has been one important victory on may nineteenth two thousand seventeen emerson. Stevens was paroled from prison. He'd spent thirty years behind bars. His family filled the lobby of the correctional center which is almost always absolutely empty and then we came with students and people who have been working on this case for years. We all hopped into cars and we asked emerson where he would like to have his first free meal. So what was the fishermen craving after more than three decades in prison. Food emerson very quickly told us that he wanted to go to cracker barrel and he wanted the season platter at cracker barrel. And i don't argue with anyone. Who wants that like tied. That might never come back. In emerson. Stevens life ebbed for thirty one years as he sat behind bars now his life is flowing again. You know he's done such a great job of getting out and just sort of sliding back into his life moving back in seeing family going back to work immediately being a great worker so in that part of his life he's done a really wonderful job but on the other hand he's still a convicted murderer and that burden weighs on him every day. I think he feels that until he is cleared. And other people are exposed is life is on hold until that happens at least emerson gets to see his kids his grandkids. He's back out on the water in his small aluminum boat feeling the breeze on his face. I just said to him. The only thing you owe me is a trip to go voice hoisting and he will be good for that. I know it. I've been to a stevens cookout. And you know what they do is go crab and fish and come back and cook it all up in the yard and have huge tables of food and it's delicious. The case against emerson. Stevens has taken years to unwind. Sometimes fighting cases. This thin can be strangely hard almost like your shadow. Boxing ghost emerson should be pardoned and emerson's innocence needs to be recognized by the governor of the state of virginia in cases like this. It's just never the slammed out that it should be. We immediately applied for an absolute pardon which would exonerate him totally and he pretty quickly got a letter. That said thanks for your petition. We probably won't be able to get to this for two years. And don't bother us in the meantime for emerson to be hardened would mean that he gets an absolute clean slate and it's a gateway to maybe proven what people did to get him convicted for people like him. You need that. You need the real story to be told for her part. Beverly monroe now in her eighties. Still supports emerson. Still talks to regularly by phone still is waiting for the day. He'll be exonerated. We're waiting to emerson and we.

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"emerson" Discussed on Wrongful Conviction Podcasts

Wrongful Conviction Podcasts

03:11 min | 8 months ago

"emerson" Discussed on Wrongful Conviction Podcasts

"It as usual next. Up was the bizarre claimed that. Mary's bodies cinderblock in all floated upstream ten miles that marine scientist who testified at the first trial. Remember he was. Mia at the second trial prosecutors had to read the jury a transcript of his previous testimony. Why didn't he show up the second time. Well persson's lawyers found a letter from the scientists to the prosecutor that provided a pretty clear explanation. After the first trial the scientists wrote lieutenant riley applied what may be the correct term to my testimony in this case he called it. I wash i wash is virginia slang for bullshit the marine scientists. It's clear that the science that he put forth at this trial wasn't real even detective. Riley called this theory. i wash. why a marine biologist went along with the first time. I have no idea but by the second time he clearly did not want to do it and thought it was dirty right. That's what his letter suggested. Is you're asking me to do something. that's nonsensical. Suddenly there was reason to believe that detective riley had ginned up some of the evidence against emerson and it seems that riley tried to take it even further. The owner of a lancaster convenience store gave emerson's lawyers sworn statement that reads as follows detective. Riley tried to get me to say that emerson. Stevens woke me up in the middle of the night that mary harding disappeared so that he could buy five gallons of gas detective. Riley was extremely aggressive and pushy insisting that i agree with the story even though it was not true i was never woken up in the middle of the night by emerson stevens ever for any reason. None of these pieces of the puzzle actually fit together and they were all manipulated by this detective so that the fit his theory emerson was guilty of this crime. Now that's the. I wash the rest of the case crumbled to remember the theory. That emerson used his knife to slash mary's back. A new assessment by the medical examiner showed that those evenly spaced gashes were probably made a boat propeller not by a human with a knife and finally. What about the hair from emerson's truck back in nineteen eighty-five crime lab had put that hair under a microscope and claimed that it was an exact match to marry this technique known. His hair microscopy has since been debunked. There's no way you can match hairs with that level of certainty just by looking through a microscope. In fact more than seventy people have been exonerated after bogus hair. Evidence was used again victim. There's just nothing to the science that you can microscopically. Compare hairs and identify anybody. We've had cases where people say that this is a human hair belonging to victim and it belongs to a dog even according to the fbi hair microscopy is junk science decades later. Emerson's lawyers sought dna testing but it turned out. The hair was too old to test in other words. There's no way to know who it belonged to. It could have been mary's or emerson's or emerson's wife's.

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What is happening with the Uighurs in China?

The Economist: The Intelligence

09:09 min | 8 months ago

What is happening with the Uighurs in China?

"In China's northwestern province of Xinjiang the government has locked up more than a million workers a Muslim minority in a vast gulag. The whole province is a surveillance state within a surveillance state. The government claims it's de radicalizing population prone to separatism. People in Xinjiang in your happy life people call for older to restored each in. China of course, is strongly opposed to any torture and prosecutor and discrimination of any avenue. Good people. This is not the case in. Child. The reality is that it's carrying out crimes against humanity. We're going to take a look at how the repression is tearing families apart and preventing leaguers from even having families. We'll speak. With. googlers forced always to look over their shoulders. And will find deeper complexity in the party's ethnic repression on a visit to a tourist town in south western China. Own. The government is persecuting not only adults but hundreds of thousands of children to. Reporting by the Economist has unearthed government documents that show not de Radicalization. It's a campaign to crush the weaker. Islam. Faith to erase their cultural identity to chip away in their minds and in their bloodlines at what makes them weavers. It's difficult to get firsthand accounts of what's happening. Clearly the weaker inching John are unable to speak. But some brave souls have managed to escape and to tell their story. Our China Affairs at its her Gotti Epstein has been speaking to one of them. Presume Daoud and her three children, Fridays? We're probably the most terrifying day of the week. That was the day when officials would question students and schools in. The interrogators were looking for clues about the students lives at home. They wanted to know whether parents prayed or used Islamic greetings or talked to the children about the Prophet Muhammad. If the answers were in satisfactory they could result in a family member being sent to what they call a vocational training centre. or The camps in Xinjiang New Gulag. One Bologna. Bake. As. Miss Dogwood told me her children would be nervous that they would answer. Wrong. And get her sent back to the camps where she spent two months in two thousand eighteen. Kept. A. Terrible. saw. The Donald Families Experience in this regard is is quite common and Chin John. Absolutely. People Focus when talking about the workers on the detention camps but really Xinjiang is an open air prison. For twelve million dollars, their surveillance both low tech and high tech Miss. Dodd Dawood told me of an APP installed on her phone and where afterwards when she. Used traditional Islamic greeting on the phone. She was called minutes later by her. Local police asked her why she did that. Victim get little bug Emerson S Allama. amendment. Get. Across the region, families will be appointed to write and read articles praising Seton King. Others might have to write and read hands to ethnic harmony and some have to praise other policies that the party is imposing on them including the placement of quote unquote Han relatives in their homes and given that much of this has has come out now in how do officials in an Giang justify that that level of surveillance Chinese officials say that they are doing this in the interests of the weaker pupil they say that they are fighting the three evils of terrorism extremism and separatism. They say, they are making Xinjiang's safer and they say they're making the weaker pupil happier. But in reality, the experience of workers in the camps and even outside the camps is one not of training for the workforce but of indoctrination of trying to strip them of their relief, zero city or of any sort of cultural practices which stripe them as efforts to be distinct and separate from China. So what happens to those who were deemed to broken these many tiny rules? Well, leaguers like Ms Dour are placed in the camps Kerr offenses was for. From Pakistan, where her husband is from visiting. Pakistan. A number of years earlier. Accepting money from a foreigner who has a family friend who lived in China and securing an American visa these are all things that police asked her about a four sending her straight off to a detention camp but she's apparent. I mean what happens to the children of Leaguers who are who are detained? Well, this is the problem that the Communist Party itself is having to face up to because they are struggling to deal with the children of the parents of detained in local work documents that we obtained the officials us a chilling tra- -nology to refer to children whose parents are being held by the state. They're called Don Kuhn or single hardship or swung double hardship depending on whether one or both parents. Has Been sent away and what the documents also reveals that they're struggling to keep pace. They want to place these children in boarding schools basically, and so they have spent a tremendous amount of money expanding boarding facilities at schools across sin John just in the last couple of years, and what are these schools like is not like kids version of the Gulag you described for adult that's not too far off I. mean. These schools many of them have high security fencing and that's even true of free kindergartens and they are places where the kids are kept. These are cited even in state propaganda sort of celebrated. But those kids are as young as months old the propaganda describes as being well fed well, cared for happy learning the national language. Chinese. The point of this propagandist to convey the notion that they are helping the. Wiegert children but obviously, the effect is much different. We've seen testimonies from Chinese teachers who volunteer work in these areas that described children in pretty bleak conditions and in terrible emotional states. But what do you mean by diluting the culture on the surface of it? This just looks like oppression does right and suppression, but it's pressure that's really designed to reduce the influence of the weaker people and even their numbers. Their policies supporting confirming ethic marriage trying to encourage weaker girls when the girl enough to marry Han men and their rewards associated with that those included job of flat or even keeping family members out of camp. And then there are other ways that they're literally trying to reduce the growth at least of the wieger population China enforces limits on families is in John. So women are being fitted with you at a much higher rate than the rest of China. Women with three children, which is the limit in rural. Xinjiang. are subjected to sterilization or a great risk of that. Ms Dawood yourself says, she was subjected to sterilization two thousand eighteen. The most abilities maintenance, this hustle bonetti based. So what do you think is going on here? Any seems the goal for the Chinese authorities is more than simply to to break the spirits of the weaker. I would say the situation meets every category of crimes against humanity literally has been defined by the Rome Statute International Criminal, court have forcible transfer population. You have imprisonment the prosecution against the identifiable group have the enforced disappearance of persons. It's a term that's codified international law and I think it's pretty clear and given that how should the world respond what is to be done about this? The most important thing is that governments need act they should offer asylum seekers. Should sanction officials in Xinjiang that are responsible issue banned goods made with forced labor I most important governments should speak up I think the right moment to call for action. You could see maybe China's cloud cracking a little under the weight of these horrific revelations. There are more people standing up to China and fewer standing with him today. There is a sign of hope for human rights and there is a sign of hope for the oppressed we were people in China.

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Seattle police investigating string of violence that left two people dead

News, Traffic and Weather

01:16 min | 9 months ago

Seattle police investigating string of violence that left two people dead

"An update to a chaotic deadly scene in Seattle's Rainier Beach neighborhood with two separate shootings this weekend. Almost call Miller pieces it altogether about what happened on Friday night, not far at all from Emerson Elementary School. Gunfire erupted Friday night, police say at least 70 shots were fired. In all five people were hit. We thought it was fireworks, and because it's not uncommon to hear fireworks here, the police officers started coming up from a few different directions, and one came and asked Us if we knew where the gunshots came from hours later in less than a mile away, another shooting near the Atlantic City boat ramp where one man was killed. Police say someone speeding away from that shooting, ended up hitting and killing a pedestrian on Rainier Avenue and then kept on driving. Really. There were so many significant incidents. That officers were coming from across the city. Aaron Goodman is the chair of the South Precinct Advisory Council, a group working to build relationships between officers and the neighborhoods that they served. It's not just up to the police to solve this. Community needs to come forward and say this is these are our Children. This is our problem. We need your help, but we need to solve this. Cuomo's Co Miller interim

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Seattle area en route to see record number of shootings in 2020

News, Traffic and Weather

01:24 min | 9 months ago

Seattle area en route to see record number of shootings in 2020

"To families agreement this weekend after multiple shots were fired in South Seattle. Investigators have their hands full and two people are dead. We've seen uptick in gun violence this year and already Seattle is past the number of homicides we saw all of last year. Almost Camilla reports not far at all from Emerson Elementary School gunfire erupted Friday night. Police say at least 70 shots were fired. In all five people were hit hours later in less than a mile away. Another shooting near the Atlantic City boat ramp where one man was killed. Police say someone speeding away from that shooting, ended up hitting and killing a pedestrian on Rainier Avenue and then kept on driving officers were coming from across the city. Aaron Goodman is the chair of the South Precinct Advisory Council, a group working to build relationships between officers. And the neighborhoods that they serves, she says. Gun violence reduction programs are working, but they need more funding so far this year, according to city data. There have been 29 homicides. It's unclear if that includes this most recent one. Compared to 28 all of last year. So far this year, we've seen an unusually high number of shots, fired calls and also feel shootings. Normally, the King County prosecuting attorney's office reports 85 call out for shots fired a year. We reached that number by the end of July Comas Co. Miller

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Police investigating two shootings in Seattle

Sip Northwest Live

01:14 min | 9 months ago

Police investigating two shootings in Seattle

"Chaotic chaotic deadly deadly scene scene in Seattle's in Seattle's Rainier Rainier Beach Beach neighborhood neighborhood with two with separate two separate shootings shootings this weekend, this weekend, almost almost call Miller call Miller pieces pieces it altogether it altogether about what about happened what happened Friday Friday night, night, not not far at far all at from all Emerson from Emerson Elementary Elementary School. School. Gunfire Gunfire erupted erupted Friday Friday night, night, police police say at say least at least 70 70 shots shots were fired. were fired. In all In all five five people people were hit. were hit. We thought it We was thought fireworks, it was fireworks, and and because it's because not it's uncommon not uncommon to hear to hear fireworks fireworks here, here, the police the officers police officers started started coming up coming from up a from few different a few directions, different directions, and and one one came and came asked and us asked Ueno, us Ueno, where the gunshots where the gunshots came from. came from. Hours Hours later later in less in than less a mile than a away. mile away. Another Another shooting shooting near the Atlantic near the Atlantic City boat City boat ramp ramp where one where one man man was was killed. killed. Police Police say someone say someone speeding speeding away from away that from shooting, that shooting, ended up ended hitting up hitting and killing and killing a pedestrian a pedestrian on Rainier on Rainier Avenue Avenue and then and kept then kept on driving. on driving. Really. Really. There were There so were so many many significant significant incidents. incidents. That officers That officers were coming were coming from across from across the city. the city. Aaron Goodman Aaron Goodman is the chair is the chair of the South of the South Precinct Precinct Advisory Advisory Council, Council, a group a group working working to build to build relationships relationships between between officers officers and the neighborhoods and the neighborhoods that they served. that they served. It's not It's just not just up to up the to police the police to solve to solve this this community community needs needs to come to come forward forward and say and say this this is these are is these our Children. are our Children. This is This our is problem. our problem. We need We your need help. your help. What we need What we to need solve to solve this. this. That's com That's Was com Camilla Was Camilla reporting reporting an outbreak an outbreak at at

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Seattle protests continue on

Own It

00:34 sec | 9 months ago

Seattle protests continue on

"Spray paint and explosives thrown at officers began with a protest just before nine o'clock. The group eventually started moving in north direction. Seattle police tweeting They gave a dispersal order after some of the Vandals in their group damage several businesses. A group also threw explosives at police officers. Multiple people arrested Most of the activity again was there on Capitol Hill and update to that chaotic, deadly scene in Seattle's Rainer Beach neighborhood with two separate shootings on Friday comes call Miller talk with neighbors who say police. And the community now have to start coming together not far at all from Emerson Elementary School

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Two killed after separate shootings, hit-and-run crash in Rainier Valley, Seattle

Own It

01:13 min | 9 months ago

Two killed after separate shootings, hit-and-run crash in Rainier Valley, Seattle

"To that chaotic, deadly scene in Seattle's Rainer Beach neighborhood with two separate shootings this weekend calls call Miller talking with neighbors who say police and the community now must come together to make change, not far at all. From Emerson Elementary School gunfire erupted Friday night, police say at least 70 shots were fired. In all five people were hit. We thought it was fireworks, and, uh, because it's not uncommon to hear fireworks here, The police officers started coming up from a few different directions and won Came and asked us if we knew where the gunshots came from. Hours later and less than a mile away. Another shooting near the Atlantic City boat ramp where one man was killed. Police say someone speeding away from that shooting, ended up hitting and killing a pedestrian on Rainier Avenue and then kept on driving. Really. There were so many significant incidents. That officers were coming from across the city. Aaron Goodman is the chair of the South Precinct Advisory Council, a group working to build relationships between officers and the neighborhoods that they served. It's not just up to the police to solve this. Community needs to come forward and say this is these are our Children. This is our problem. We need your help. help. But But we we need need to to solve solve this this check check on on

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Zhenya Oganian Founder & CEO, ESCS (eSports Championship Services) on How His Product Can Change Esports

The Business of Esports

04:10 min | 9 months ago

Zhenya Oganian Founder & CEO, ESCS (eSports Championship Services) on How His Product Can Change Esports

"But I, always full east and I am not as the sometime ago is it Growing, but it's still like you know what happens you have so many tournaments that from o'hare, and if you WanNa do championships really you have to manage different systems in discouraged by the tournament you names him. And it's difficult. I mean as a blades difficult and then you have to Luminol roker incense again, game have to find the open anthony so. Maybe it can be done better actually, and this is how it basically came to our. Eight year is traveling tranship services stacked up so These my team we decided to dry and change this. So graded that from that, literally, as you said, allows n game of Brown to integrate is put services around it in just fifteen minutes, ano- every every game every every sauce says, Hey, it's easy just to come on come on you can do that and then two hours of later who come with. And you're like, yes, it's fifteen means you're doing some syndrome. Beneath. Two minutes. Walk. In the integrated stream essence, you sent up your Chanter Simpson, our extremely who's a friend of front and you're done you open your game you see southern the our beautifully assists lager. You last opens assist system as Tappan Zee see immediately, your game east I think of logging ends ACC teams in leagues though Elleray in ongoing. Championships. And Emerson houses ultimately did. So when for example, the chimp turns ships automated you set up a bouncer running on schedule you can change your goals again. EMBIID new service. For example, in game streaming, you don't have to incomes. IMPO game. So it's really literally that simple and. Offered as a game do it'll but you can one thousand. So, you'll set you decide how much you'll bless shoop bay was an expert service inside your game. And you'll bless pain and the middle ramming share as usual. So this. So we roped on it was in months via launched, rated like a couple weeks ago you can save yourself some basic in rent. More or less and. We stopped at to reach out to Gandhi little I find. because. You know we need to choose a market. You'd have great vision. We need some sales so far IRV disrupt last week it was as you said, it was like rain rain. Go Away. About via getting basically great few Basal Osorno no matter who are we in two guys you're interested in the right time and so. I WANNA have. I WANNA, have it with player I won't I mean it's so convenient that basically makes hosting comfortable and those programs Bluey. Yo. This is a basic bedroom. What I, what I thought originally was so interesting about your business is and I was talking actually to my class about this today 'cause we were discussing leagues in League business models and things like that, and you know the differentiating between third party organizers like ESL and Dream Hack and and publisher own leagues like Overwatch League or call of duty great and and one of the comments I made to my class. Which I believe very strongly is that because East sports is all of a sudden seen as a revenue source not as a cost right as an expense but as a true potential source of revenue more and more game publishers will want to control. I. Think Their Own East sports destiny right? We'll want to have their own functionality will not want to outsource to third parties to to do that and I think. What was so cool about what you're doing is in some ways, you allow any publisher to that to take control of their e sports. Destiny

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"emerson" Discussed on The Tapes Archive

The Tapes Archive

06:06 min | 1 year ago

"emerson" Discussed on The Tapes Archive

"Because now that welfare I can tell you that. I don't think I knew anybody who knew that piece of music at the time so experience for all this you know. This is just like a minor trivial thing but at the beginning of the record He says Ruari. It's Greg saying we're going to give you pictures at an exhibition and the audience of its you okay And the and the audience goes nuts. How did they know that you were going to do that? You've been doing that piece. We we had actually right from first concert. Which is the Ottawa Festival We've finished off. The festival was pitches exhibition. Plus the fact that we had cannons on stage. We blew the place up so Scott around. It was becoming a Bow Sick that you choose to. Or one of them and We'd gone up downing and playing in the fans. It's followed us. And when we recorded at Newcastle City Hall writing say about two thousand seater and Newcastle was a very very big territory for us. When I had the bank called the Nice we always went down very well in Newcastle. So that's one of the reasons why we chose The Newcastle to to record because they were very responsive crowd. All right so here you were. And you're you're teaching a lot of people about music whether it's intentional or not. And there were other groups following your lead and people were learning about music. I think in a in a whole other way. That doesn't exist anymore. What happened to I? Guess what we used to call classical rock I that I mean there was a bank sky. That had a pretty good attempt to doing it. I don't know I think this being a swing away from melody with record companies changing. They WANNA fast turnover. I think it's this damaged music considerably really. Has I hope the wheel turned full circle now always going to turn full circle so I I think people do wanNA listen to to a melody. Majority of the stuff that he was still contemporary. Hit RADIO NOT A lot amenity. That really it's it's almost like The younger generation is saying. Oh He's got a song. You can't sing it. You have a rhythm does too. I think this is as a whole reflection on on on the way kids up and I don't mind wrap and I think it's a great for to to exercise the street but I think to market it as a musical product is different. You know I. I don't mind it at all. I'm putting it down. I I just think kids want something. So easy. Just laid on the table this effortless on the idea of a of a sit down on a musical instrument and learning it promptly is just just go along with Intendo Game Boys. You know to show him. It's it's I mean I think everybody feels very attached to the kind of music grew up with and I since I grew up with music the Emerson Hammer played. I feel like that's the best music there was. And you know people ought to appreciate. Yeah but you can say well when he's ramming your face the time he got a a boy growing up and he wants to attract a female and he sees on. Mtv Way Baseball cap back to front on go skipping and and you get lots of chicks luck my time. It was like eight impressed the opposite sex by but playing some good jazz runs and you she. Oh you'd be listening to miles depth Yes I know exactly what you mean. Which sort of brings goes right into the next. My next question which is like Palmer make inroads into radio and in nineteen ninety two which is about to find out I. I just wonder if if if people will you know if you're going to get a lot of people like me who want to see you again obviously haven't been able to see you in fifteen years or so. Were you going to get new people saying wow you know? I've heard of this group and I WANNA come out sake for the for the people who remember Your Piano. Spinning and Oregon. Stab Carl's rotating drum Kit Greg's standing on an oriental rug. They beginning the same kind of show this time. Either that we're still working on that okay. So it's it's still up in the air at this point if I'm which only a little bit about some of the projects he did since Palmer broke up and specifically the ones that you're most proud of down in some of the music for films I'm very proud of nighthawks And A LOT OF MUSIC. I did in Italy at that stuff. I'M GONNA be reversed string soon anyway releasing and finally is there anything else you want me to tell people about you or Emerson Lake and Palmer or the record or anything that we haven't touched on we'll just be alive and well and Getting Ready to do it. And and young too. I was looking up just in some rock-n-roll reference and you guys are are young. Yeah I think everybody has the impression if he played in the seventies that you're about seventy years old now you know it's not true at all it's anyway I appreciate your time. I'm real excited. You guys are back. I'm looking forward to seeing you great. Okay thanks a lot thanks. Hey thanks for listening to the tapes. Archived podcasts please remember. You can always find more information about the show. And the individual episodes at our website at Tapes Archive Dot Com until next time. The vault is closed..

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"emerson" Discussed on A's Plus

A's Plus

04:03 min | 1 year ago

"emerson" Discussed on A's Plus

"I've said this a lot this off season to a lot of people Chris Bass. It was an amazing person. An amazing competitor last year. He really turned a corner. When last off season we talked about his role? And I basically said you know we said we don't know what it is. You got to be a pitcher you gotta come in with the mindset and one time Last season he called me and said just pitched me whenever I don't care what my role is and I think he turned the corner then and and if you look at Chris Bassett use. I use a team player. He wants to win games. He doesn't share what his role is. I know early in his career. You know you always WanNa start because you think starting glamorous spot in on the team and maybe you struggled a little bit in that role but I think last year when he finally said I'll do whatever and that's probably where he's going going to be at this year we're gonNA come into camp. We're going to give him his innings. We're not just going to make him one inning reliever you know you know I want him to be in the rotate. I want all the guys that we're working as starters to be in the rotation and whatever pans out pans out satellite death or if you even if you want to be a sixth right yeah we can do a lot of different things him and Dan Mangan or both options. So you know from a selfish standpoint. I want them to be good because I want to keep him and Bassett imaginative shown flashes of being really really good. So that's the goal Bassett. Also if there's a you know an idea of May maybe limiting Lazardo pucks innings as necessary. You know coming off of injury years ago but pucks coming back from his second year after. Tommy John Obviously the the the shoulder thing last year facet could wind up really being kind of a guy who helps out in that respect too. I'm assuming he's like five. Would that hybrid club. You know so you just kind of be ready for every situation you might see them go long when they pit we might five and dive somebody and then Bassett finishes out the game. I mean there's a lot of options in in in scenarios that we can do with these guys and that's what versatility brings if you have that versatility you can help us And that's important real quick the state of your bullpen. How do you see things? It's mostly intact you at TJ McFarland. I suspect the team's probably GonNa look for maybe some veteran guys on non-roster deals and We've got some kids potentially and maybe even maintenace potentially a guy who could work in the bullpen How do you see things? Sarah why I think one. We got a lot of strike. Throwers and you love strike throws because now you can depend on all those guys to come in ballgames in situations wins and throw strikes so if we go out and look for somebody else that would be great too but I'm very happy with the state of our bullpen. You know you got petite. WHO's the Tiran down there soria? Those guys got rubber arms. Liam Hendriks had a rubber arm last year wanting to pitch as often as possible and then they came into their own own. And I think you know as a whole on. Our pitching staff gets a little bit underrated. But you don't make the playoffs two years in a row Having a bad pitching staff so we might not be you know elite per se but these guys they compete their butts off in the battle. And that's what's important to me. Well the next time we talk Scott we will well We'll discuss the three batter minimum rule but for now we'll let you go. Thanks so much for joining us on as plus we talk about that one Susan. Ah Thank you. Thanks again to Scott Emerson for joining us. On as plus our producers today were G Allen Johnson and King Kaufman. We will be back again next week with more. As plus thanks for listening. As plus as part of the San Francisco Chronicle podcast network Andre Cooper. Where is the editor in chief? If you like the show please subscribe Tele Friend or give us a review follow me on twitter at Susan's lesser. Or you can. Email Xiaomi at s lesser at SF CHRONICLE DOT com support.

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"emerson" Discussed on SOFREP Radio

SOFREP Radio

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"emerson" Discussed on SOFREP Radio

"Free dog owners you're gonna love this we've just partnered with kuna they have a team of trained canine handlers picking a box for your dogs each month of healthy treats and training aids and you can see all that at it dot dog that's kuna dot doug it's a fishing for you your dog will pre she ate it as well of course and that's spelled c u n a dot d o g also as we've been mentioning every show the spec ops channel if you're not already a team room member subscribe to that or you could just become a spec up channel member at spec ops channel dot com and get a fifty percent discounted membership and you could watch that which four nine nine a month you could watch that on the app so that's available right now for the iphone if you're an android user the early next month we'll have that available on the android so that's spec ops channel dot com and like i said not just like a plug here but i was at the emerson knives website emerson knives dot com shirts hats which earned he was wearing it's all really quality years so there's a lot of cool stuff they're free to check out and it means a lot when you see someone who has such passion for the product they work on and this is just like a moneymaker it truly is something that he believes in his see so really loved having him on definitely will bring ernie back i have a feeling that interview favorite of a lot of people thought was really interesting yeah absolutely on anything else get out of here no i think that's it for now yeah we'll we'll be back on friday we'll have up.

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"emerson" Discussed on SOFREP Radio

SOFREP Radio

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"emerson" Discussed on SOFREP Radio

"Ernest emerson podcast and we hope to launch that around june i so love to have you guys be part of that to download sadly come on with jack jackson former reo ranger green beret i'm just a guy who's been in radio for but if that interests you all come on right yeah some phone anytime that sounds great that'd be awesome guys hey listen i really appreciate it i love what you guys are doing i know you're involved in a lot of things that benefit the troops and help these these guys out that have sacrificed so much of their lives and just to keep me being able to do the things i love so really want to say thank you guys for all your efforts and all the good things that you guys are doing yeah thanks a lot or any so we'll have this up tomorrow i'll i'll send over the links to you if you help us promoted out that'd be awesome we're going to do that daughter we're a family company my wife she's the brains of the outfit my daughter megan runs the marketing and my daughter rachel hazard agree and in business logistics and all that so she runs all the operations and i get to have fun so awesome thank you thanks again randy and we really will do this again some time because i think there's a lot of a lot more we could do yeah there's a lot more to talk about thanks ernie guys all right have a good one too so wrapping things up here man i have to say i was extremely impressed by ernie emerson his background i i really appreciate that he gave us that much time and i really would love to have him back on and it's it's funny like the passion that he spoke of fighting and violence and more really does remind me jim west i don't know if i've ever told you this so when i've had jim west on with my friend ricky bones who right now is doing the hammer fisting podcast hammer fisting podcast it's the name him but he he does a lot of like martial arts podcast and radio stuff so i've had jim on with him before and the way he always describes him to me was like i've never seen and you've seen it he's like i've never seen someone's eyes light up more than.

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"emerson" Discussed on SOFREP Radio

SOFREP Radio

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"emerson" Discussed on SOFREP Radio

"I know matt yeah we had him on we interviewed him once he's great he's actually been on thais but the second time with just jim oh okay and yeah he's great so i i really can't thank you more for coming on while over an hour with us this has been a great interview and i feel like there's a lot more we can cover another time the website of course is emerson knives dot com at emerson underscore knives on twitter at emerson knives inc on instagram and checking the website is well you're i think you're wearing some of the gear right now like not only the knives but yeah the t shirts hats all of it is like really quality stuff and i might have to pick some after this great interview thank you so much for sharing some of your background with us today ernie tonal stories you know i just loved to talk about i don't get that people see it as a knife company myself from the other side and again you know we have a school we actually they call it the factory it's the hoist gracie south bay jujitsu that's hoists home home school that that's his is home base so if you're ever interested in having heus on that i can make that happen in a heartbeat oh caucus yeah free she so that's cool and we've got again i got other guys it would be very cool at some point dan in a santio is still with us and he he was an iconic figure the evolution of the martial arts in the in the western world if you will and then the last thing that i wanted to say is i'm going to be launching our podcast.

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"emerson" Discussed on SOFREP Radio

SOFREP Radio

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"emerson" Discussed on SOFREP Radio

"Some of those guys are like well we can make a knife that's rockwell sixty two or sixty three and blah blah blah blah blah and and i always looked at it and said look if i'm out in the in the field and i don't mind by cutting through some some cable or gear or something like that and i gotta sharpen it i gotta be able to sharpen it on a rock or a pipe or whatever the hell i have available and if i have these quote unquote ungodly steals that you need a diamond stick to sharpen how to helm i gonna be able to to do that when i'm twenty clicks away from the nearest ford operating come on so i we made the knives at a fifty seven fifty nine rockwell which that one fifty four performs very well at yeah it'll get dull i've failed miserably and these quote unquote expert tests by guys that say well it'll this steel will cut two thousand robes and emerson's only cut nine hundred and fifty i don't give it shift comes down to this those knives and being that hard and being brittle think about a broken knife is no knife adul knife still knife and i can make sharp again but it's broken i can't use it so you know that's what makes an emerson that's where i came from i'm a hammer and nail guy i've got my grandfather he was he was a farmer and carpenter i've got his hammers that are there now probably hundred twenty five years old and they still work fine there beat to hell now but there s wings with you know the ones with the leather handles and all that.

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"emerson" Discussed on SOFREP Radio

SOFREP Radio

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"emerson" Discussed on SOFREP Radio

"And what was the other question in there oh and then there's the stuff about a paul l oily and thomas macaroni trying to prop up fsa in syria was a certain faction of the free syrian army and i i'm not keeping track of it and so much changed in syria them volley went over there pretty early on in the war i'm sure that that faction is defunct at this point i mean the free syrian army isn't really thing anymore what was interesting too is paul e was meeting at like the russian embassy and he got sucked in he got sucked into some kind of weird russian disinformation operation over in syria and it's really interesting to see the people he was kind of messing around with over there and the conferences he was going to all right well i know we have ernie emerson standing by and this'll be a great one for any of you guys into gear because he's a true innovator so let's connect with him for the first time on the podcast ernie emmerson founder of emerson knives knife maker martial artist and i mean emerson knives the story is really just incredible how these knives that you've created have been used for for fractionals from all different walks of life from navy seals nasa astronauts and we're excited have yon oh thank you for having me i really appreciate it so i wanna hear about your more schwartz background and all that but i think first and foremost to hear the emerson knives story of how it came about your interest in in crafting knives well the it's kind of like all stories that that happened they they kinda take twist and turn here and there it's like a river flowing down it's a rock and finds an easier way to go my career as a knife maker kinda was like that i i actually i can't separate the martial arts from my knife making because one.

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"emerson" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"emerson" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"And i thought and with keith emerson the late keith emerson was a guest right here we go and here we didn't go now you know the phone stopped ringing and of course the first thing i did was cold ring ring around to the telephone company and they said it's no it's not a right and that was it you just again panja just floating at that brick oh market for that kind of personalities they don't ask themselves is there a market for these these like they fly towards it's the creative part they just wings bench they come back to earth thicket sunscreen sun cream right so he's he's he's started with miniature horses and he found that he'd gotten them down to the point we couldn't find small to ride the and now he turned to goats and again just keep pushing too far and the too small to milk but the love i mean the is is this will fit in the palm of two hands.

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"emerson" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

01:38 min | 4 years ago

"emerson" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"Falling in as one of our good friends author emerson grid author of the new huge knife bustling look love and respect to one of my favorite marriage books of all times a platinum and book of the year award winner selling over a million copies also has been a member of our smart conference curriculum teach at some time in the past and just a great great teacher on the subject a marriage emerson are you brother hey i'm doing well gave thank you good code for that introduction absolutely congratulations on the new book the are you hits send preventing headache and our ache when i saw the title you know i thought i thought emerson has been seeing a pattern in people he's been talking to and he needed to respond to that pattern in my right well dad as well as the back and i was in college these principles were applied by me because i wanted to be a more effective communicator enjoy my daughter is the one cent dad you know you need to really if communicate this life message and uh it's not on marriage per se though it applies to marriage but she said this is part of your dna and she said i've seen you try to live this way and as i point out you know i'm not the best of communicators but i would have been far worse you know who the person that said you know that little thing in the back of your brain the tells you not to say something before you set well i don't have that little thing was one of those right what is what is the golden rule of communication that you talk about in the book.

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"emerson" Discussed on SOFREP Radio

SOFREP Radio

01:33 min | 4 years ago

"emerson" Discussed on SOFREP Radio

"Also working on his own memoir and he's just a kick s tattoo artist and great guy as well and our special guest former seal clint emerson author of one hundred deadly skills which is a book that you will love i it's not even the type book you have to read covered cover it's kind of one of those coobook she gets skimps ruinous grade artwork or you could read it start to finish but clinton emerson's on with us we breakdown stuff going on in saudi arabia north korea us foreign policy and a whole lot more so we really hope you enjoy it on i should throw out there that you could have heard this episode a week ago if you became a member so become a member soffer up radio dot u s what will you get with that wall for under five dollars a month if you just want to be a radio member you'll get to shows a week in their entirety you guys are getting on a preview of that second episode each week but you'll get both of them and free you'll also get access to our full archive of interviews and we're going to do a whole lot more as well or for a few bucks more and that starts of just under five dollars a month so for a few bucks from where you can become a fullfledged team remember and as they say membership has privileges we have our annual team room party usually in vegas each year on and you'll also get all of the great articles written by these guys the year on the show and we do a weekly qna where you could ask them anything the you've been wondering.

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"emerson" Discussed on Scene On Radio

Scene On Radio

02:03 min | 4 years ago

"emerson" Discussed on Scene On Radio

"Emerson saw anglosaxons as intelligent and freedomloving but also beautiful the english face he wrote combines decision and nerve with the faircomplexioned blue eyes an open floor at aspect hence the love of truth hence the sensibility the fine perception and poetic construction he went on like this and on knell painter says when doing public talks about her book she sometimes gets push back from admirers of emerson leading scholars you are just so wrong as people or what to say these days that's not the immerse in high noshe says that's because a lot of people now emerson criticised slavery but they haven't read english trades or his journals in his private writings emerson made clear he did not oppose slavery out of concern for enslaved people he wrote the captivity of a thousand negroes is nothing to me momemerson thought slavery was bad for the enslavers to barbaric for people like hmm now painter traces a parade of elite americans who trumpeted a romanticized anglosaxon identity fromjefferson and other foundingfathers through emerson to harrietbeecherstow author of uncletom'scabin the country's second best selling book in the 19th century after the bibletwosuffragettes like elizabethkatiestanton into the 20th century with teddyrooseveltwoodrowwilsonhenryford it's the idea of that this is a saxony an anglosaxon nation or this is white man's country manifest destiny all bound up with anglosaxons those those were very very prevalent ideas to buttress or to explain or even to advance geographical capture were to feel good about oneself.

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