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"eric palmer" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:19 min | 2 weeks ago

"eric palmer" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Degrees at Sacramento's News, 93.1 kfbk. Your top story. KFBK. California Wildfire Watch Breaking news tonight. The fast moving Cal door fire has jumped the state line into Nevada. That news comes as a red flag warning for extreme fire conditions is being extended for another day. John Le Bertini joins us. He's live from the Kfbk s Wildfire desk with the very latest, well, Aubrey. The fire jumped Nevada by way of Alpine County, just south of Lake Tahoe. An evacuation order is in effect for portions of Douglas County Think Carson City. And people in some areas are fleeing their homes. Now here in California, it's the wind gusts of 30 40 50 Miles an hour driving the cow door fire. Hot embers swept away by those winds are sparking new fires as much as one mile ahead of the firefight. This is Cal Fire's Tim urged firefighters all night long. We're doing structure, prep and structure defense down the 50 towards the 89. That continues to be our number one priority because we have so many structures to watch out for it. We're told the evacuation of South Lake Tahoe and portions of El Dorado County that's complete evacuation of Please prepare to evacuate South Lake Tahoe in the last of its 22,000 residents cleared out in a matter Of ours in bumper to bumper traffic on westbound highway. 50 Sergeant Eric Palmer is with the El Dorado County Sheriff's Department. I want to thank our citizens for heating the evacuation orders. It's very important that we keep you safe and we get you out of the area so we can deal with these problems and fight this fire the most difficult firefighters unfolding near Echo Summit. Flames also jumped Highway 89 Christmas Tree Valley and the Kirkwood ski resort is now threatened. Tony Scardino, with the U. S Forest Service says this fire season is way ahead of schedule burning 1.7 million acres. So far, the drought conditions are worse. The fire conditions are worse. What we saw at this time last year started this year in June. So we're already expecting that conditions are going to last for another several months. The most recent numbers show the Count. Fire has burned 100. The called Or Fire, I should say, has burned 192,000 acres. But it's threatening more than 33,000 homes. During a stop in Oakland Governor Gavin Newsom told residents and firefighters were doing everything in our power to have your back. You'll see DC ten's taking off and landing from nearby airbase is putting down that red retardant. You saw clockwork. Dozens of helicopters actively trying to suppress this fire. Kaldor fire is burning south of Lake Tahoe and tonight at a community meeting, Cal Fire's Eric Schwab told residents and reporters crews are attempting to redirect the flames through Alpine County. We are going to try and steer it into the Tamarack fire. It's a fresh burn, and if we get it steered into their whatever portion we get that basically stops the spread of the fire. If only one official said. It's not enough to call these fire conditions unprecedented or extreme. They're worse than that. And extending this red flag warning Another day underscores the danger now. Aubrey Governor Gavin Newsome indicated during that visit in Oakland today that he would be visiting the lake Tahoe Bache in tomorrow. The called or Fire is 16% contained. Thanks, John. Much of California is on federal land. And today a lot of that federal land is being closed to the public because of the intense fire danger A..

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"eric palmer" Discussed on Geeks in Love

Geeks in Love

08:15 min | Last month

"eric palmer" Discussed on Geeks in Love

"On a greedy employees in and identify many of the now that's revolting workers as soulless robots for the film's. Us released paramount replacing ufo logo with its own ratio credits. Waiting refused to see this version. Rod vons mechanical right. Hand is later imitated in dr strangelove. Or how i learned to stop worrying and love the bomb nine hundred sixty four. I have seen that. I don't remember much of the nightmare. In which workers are fed to moloch. I think as i say was filmed in the middle of winter despite the lights and several heaters. The studio was extremely cold special hardship on the exercise. Most of them on employment who had to walk naked into the mouth of god for slain took so many days filming the sequences assistance feared. The extras will revolt. Finally eric palmer. Things said palmer came to the informed. The director that he had more than enough footage already. You needed to stop wonder what else. Fritz lang has done long long long. I on ice adam. Sorry farmers pronouncing his name. The salish shots of the city with cars planes and elevated trains moving about were shot using. Stop motion photography. I can tell the airplanes. The cars are modelled. On the newest taxicabs driving the streets of berlin. You took months to build a city model several days to film the few short sequences then the lab or the first off the backgrounds in the shot had been dimly lit to create a greater sense of depth but the head of the lab developed. The film himself decided that was a mistake and lighten the backgrounds thereby destroying the sense of forced perspective perspective from the chase across the rooftops. Brigitte held in rudolf klein. Rogge really guess. I should learn to herman actually had to climb across the top of the exterior sets as on on planks. Twenty five feet off the ground at the end of the sequence hell without the benefit of a stone woman had to leap for the rope attached to the all had for the roped dash so they can theater was bell mattresses replace in the event of a fall. The height was still make the stunned dangerous. She caught the first driving. Slowly slid down down at the renew. Meltsa winning walls bruised and battered. She fled the said in tears. Wow look the connection of film to the nazi regime is quite remarkable. Say von who was fritz. Lang's wife was an ordinance early supporter of the party. Notably adolf hitler but all the inner circle were entranced by the filming considered it as a sort of social blueprin laying of jewish. The fear offered in the past for his ingenuity envision. Very rare in nazi germany like i said earlier. He fled to paris then. Eventually america for the explosion of the heart machine. Fritz lang refused to use dummies hall. How i mean not a bad thing. Just amazing okay. Anyway refused to use dummies Standards for the workers thrown out. He insisted that will look phony. So actress for to be hooked harness belts thrown through. Smoke seem and fire delight in the mood before shooting. He insisted that his assistant gustaf sure. I think charles harness and then had him yanked almost to the top of the sound. Stage left of their during filming. Yoon sister the extra show pain even though there are no close ups fortunately for him. They already were in pain. Wow i want to know what else this guy's done. He sounds. this is insane. The flooding underground scene took three weeks to shoot as fritz lang. Wanted to get the scene just right. The teddy huge impact on the health of the act as also water out of constant low temperature. Oh man standing on the deck of the ss douche land. I'm sorry for pronounciation in nineteen twenty four in new york harbor with his producer friend. Eric palmer director fritz lang found agreed inspiration in the neon lit towers of stone and glass. The image would form the bedrock of metropolis. Excuse me this was the first film ever to be registered in the memory of the world register of the u. n. e. Seo in two thousand and one. This was one of the world's first feature length science fiction movies forsling would frequently demand numerous retakes into two days to shoot a simple scene. Were frieder collapses meritas feet. By the time language satisfied with the footage he had shot actor gustaf freely found. He could barely stand the effects expert. Eugene shufen shaft. Arriving shouf tim created pioneering visual effects metropolis among the effects are miniatures of the city. A camera on a swing and most notably the shootin process. We talked about this which mirrors are used degree. The illusion that actors are occupying miniature says. This new technique was seen again two years later in blackmail nineteen twenty nine. Fritz lang started shooting with different actor. Cast has frieder during the early days of shooting. however fail. vaughn harpo notice the good-looking gustaf foy. One of the actors cast a worker. When the first russia's featuring inside with iran the first russia's featuring free frieder proved does factory series lane to let their original actor cast froyo leak in for leak in the part thing. I had his name. I'm losing the restored. Version of two thousand one was based on a digital restoration at two thousand resolution from the best available sources that known to exist. The quality far surpass surpassed anything seen since the original release of the film bridgen. Helm recalled her experiences of shooting the film and contemporary interview. Saying that the nights tonight shots lasted three weeks in university of lead to the greatest dramatic effect moments. You've we did follow. Fritz lang directions as though in a trance enthusiasts in enraptured at the same time i can't forget the incredible terrain the that they put us under the work wasn't easy and the portrayal ended up testing nerves. Now and then for instance in fun at all when wrought drags me by the hair. Dami burnett steak once. I even fainted. During the transformation scene maria as android is claimed in a kind of only kind of wooden armand in because the shot took so long. I didn't get enough air. The scene in which scantily. I'm sorry my kinda hurting a moment. Sorry right there all right. The scene in which scantily clad dancers and nightclub patrons spill out into the streets was filmed on hoochies. On a chilly spring night he was still cold. that's keep the shurmur bowing frizz lang order flasks of cognac. For them when that ran out actor alfred abel offered his co. into one of the dancers law nice guy. Fritz lang insisted that brewed how she'd where the robot costume with stunt double during the transformation scene in in which you talked about helm actually fainted as the shot took so long as you couldn't get enough air in the restricting costume. The latest cut of.

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"eric palmer" Discussed on ExtraTime

ExtraTime

04:33 min | Last month

"eric palmer" Discussed on ExtraTime

"Ac milan. parma Been with tears in argentina recently. Twenty five years old. There's also rumors rank. Kansas city around left-back right. While combination there jetro williams he was at newcastle alone Last year i think he's a contract permanently. That's where his contract is. He has twenty caps than other ones. That would be a good signing for them. As they looked to elevate it makes sense because it looks like and the asked reggie he says it's done general kabuchiko As well so also. Tyler freeman loaned to the two bundesliga out of kansas city. Which is interesting. Played a lot for The second team in us championship but hasn't really featured much for that first team We're going to get an opportunity overseas. They says a conversation. A lot of people and youth development are having of so. Yeah the us l. connection works we obviously have mls to coming online but there are some players who are probably ready to play an mls. Maybe don't get the minutes. How do you challenge them. And there's this idea that sometimes you need to just culturally challenged people so the soccer will challenge him one hundred percent. But we talk about eric. Palmer brown eric williamson is a big one with. This went on loan to portugal. It went terribly but he talks about the learning experience of leaving the country living in another culture focusing on the game only and allowing him to develop and so. This is a big conversation. A lot of people having a of at. We've seen our cell do it in seattle following rank with the austrian second division of like. How do you get guys this cultural experience that you used to get a lot of times college that now. Some players aren't gonna get gotcha. So more rumors here was his work. Done for the union phillies says bogert. Matas davos from christians is going to be done today ahead of the transfer deadline as well. They're also working on the mirror montero stuff but that doesn't have to be finalized today because it just has to be the where he's going. The transfer window has to be opening and that would be in europe. that'd be the end of august for him. As well there's so many here dynamos signed a panamanian twenty two year old central midfielder. Who who was awesome for the panamanian national team. Yeah this is a legit signing karski. Oh can play in this. It's an epic name. Let me just give it to you. I'd better cocoa karski kia. I mean it is a got a ski. And i miss in two names. Because there's two names in here that he doesn't add the dynamo didn't add but are on his mickey. He's got a lot of names. And i thought he was a guy that mls had missed on where it was like when people ask who in the gold cup will come. I thought he was already over. There wouldn't come back So this is a really good move for houston sounders. Nicholas been xay is saying he's going to the sounders from colorado. That makes sense..

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"eric palmer" Discussed on ExtraTime

ExtraTime

02:09 min | 2 months ago

"eric palmer" Discussed on ExtraTime

"Right into a charlie. This is this is what we like to do. This is only like to think about. This is what we're looking forward to this summer after that. Big nations league victory from the us. Mnt the gold cup. We knew that this was not going to be the same roster. That went out competed oakley one that nation's league tournament gregg berhalter has been saying it for a long time. We're gonna have to separate groups. There might be a little bit of overlap and likely that overlap is gonna come from mls players because it is the summer and you've got transfer window open you've got guys going into preseason camps trying to earn their way like for instance. He said brian reynolds not here because joe's marino doesn't generally play younger players so they want brian reynolds to beat at roma from the jump with the new manager to make sure he has a chance to get into the team otherwise he's going to be working From behind a couple other names in that scenario where cameron carter vickers gotta figure his cup situation. Eric palmer brown to figure out his cup situation. And greg said admitted our centre-back cool is a little bit light. So here is the roster for those of you who haven't seen it goalkeepers matt turner the likely starter. Funny story there. We'll get to that shawn johnson. Brad gazon defenders george bellew reggie cannon shack more. That was a little bit of a surprise. Donovan pines another site. Surprise but again center back a little bit thin per berhalter miles robinson a starter says greg james sands sam vines and walker zimmerman the other presume starter at center back in the midfield coma. Kosta general kabuchiko stand up kansas city especially jet criminal. Don eric williamson. Who was my must have on this roster injection you'll end up top paul arriola gerald decay. Nicholas keeney matthew hoppy. Who's in for the first time. Jonathan lewis josse artists. Give me your initial reactions. You saw this. Twenty-three you're thinking about the summer you're thinking about the task at hand which is both to win a gold cup but also develop players to push into the first team to get to the world cup. What are you thinking right now on this thursday morning for me. I'm thinking there's not any anyone that i'm particularly surprised about. That's one too. I think this group is is has enough quality to win now if mexico brings. They're a team. That's going to be challenged in especially with mexico hungary to avenge that nation's league loss.

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USMNT Announces Gold Cup Roster

ExtraTime

02:09 min | 2 months ago

USMNT Announces Gold Cup Roster

"Right into a charlie. This is this is what we like to do. This is only like to think about. This is what we're looking forward to this summer after that. Big nations league victory from the us. Mnt the gold cup. We knew that this was not going to be the same roster. That went out competed oakley one that nation's league tournament gregg berhalter has been saying it for a long time. We're gonna have to separate groups. There might be a little bit of overlap and likely that overlap is gonna come from mls players because it is the summer and you've got transfer window open you've got guys going into preseason camps trying to earn their way like for instance. He said brian reynolds not here because joe's marino doesn't generally play younger players so they want brian reynolds to beat at roma from the jump with the new manager to make sure he has a chance to get into the team otherwise he's going to be working From behind a couple other names in that scenario where cameron carter vickers gotta figure his cup situation. Eric palmer brown to figure out his cup situation. And greg said admitted our centre-back cool is a little bit light. So here is the roster for those of you who haven't seen it goalkeepers matt turner the likely starter. Funny story there. We'll get to that shawn johnson. Brad gazon defenders george bellew reggie cannon shack more. That was a little bit of a surprise. Donovan pines another site. Surprise but again center back a little bit thin per berhalter miles robinson a starter says greg james sands sam vines and walker zimmerman the other presume starter at center back in the midfield coma. Kosta general kabuchiko stand up kansas city especially jet criminal. Don eric williamson. Who was my must have on this roster injection you'll end up top paul arriola gerald decay. Nicholas keeney matthew hoppy. Who's in for the first time. Jonathan lewis josse artists. Give me your initial reactions. You saw this. Twenty-three you're thinking about the summer you're thinking about the task at hand which is both to win a gold cup but also develop players to push into the first team to get to the world cup. What are you thinking right now on this thursday morning for me. I'm thinking there's not any anyone that i'm particularly surprised about. That's one too. I think this group is is has enough quality to win now if mexico brings. They're a team. That's going to be challenged in especially with mexico hungary to avenge that nation's league loss.

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"eric palmer" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

09:55 min | 3 months ago

"eric palmer" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"You know, got rid of the whole marketing Tim. It's really cold and I also I lost a A really good friend might want my roommate of seven years last year last make And so I didn't have PTO PTO are paid time off hours have changed significantly. And so I didn't have enough to take off a week to grieve for my friend. And I called and I called, and I couldn't reach anyone and it was a dead end like you said, And I finally spoke to one person who said, You know what our policy literally changed a week ago. And we are so sorry, but it's you know, she literally said, You know, Amazon took over and I go. I know I can feel how cold it is now, like I've all I was asking for was $400 so I could get back on my feet for rent. Could not get that could not get that they would not give me $400. And the store does not have a bereavement leave policy. You don't get like something like three days. If somebody close to you dies, I was it's no, it's because a friend doesn't count. It has to be a relative. It has to be blood and, you know Yeah, I was. I was done. I've cried on the phone with this woman who said I've also worked for whole foods for, you Know, 15 years now. It's what they have set up now. They didn't have when her fire when her house burned down and, like, lost everything you know, like, I'm not trying to hear your story. I'm just asking for help. Like And I cannot reach anyone. It's so hard to reach someone. Any question because you just reached that ends and they rely on turnover. I'm telling you, it's so true. So heartbreaking story, Kelly, but it's also so instructive, so I'm glad you shared it with us. And please call again Grace anything more to say about the particulars of graces of Kelly's story. Pertaining to her or, you know the larger implications. Um, no, no. I just was listening and finding it very interesting on months and sorry, Kelly, that you you know, you had to go through that. Um uh, at JFK eight. There was a brief period of hazard pay that was offered. Pardon me. It would not have been very there was a brief time when they were offering. I believe $2 more an hour during the peak pandemic when they really, really needed needed people, But but that was taken away. And I know that there were some strong feelings in Amazon. Alright JFK about that as well. At the time, So thank you. Thank you for calling. I think a lot of companies have that specific policy. That bereavement days, um have to be for certain immediate family members. Maybe that should have been suspended for every company during the pandemic. When you know we were all losing, um, friends as well as family members and that you could apply that. More liberally. I don't know how widespread that that limitation is to immediate family or close blood relatives for bereavement days, But but it's heartbreaking to hear that story. Jodi Want to tell us Another individual story. Maybe Derek Palmer. Yeah. So, Derek, Okay. So here is part of why Derek Palmer. So interesting. Do you remember in the news last March, there was like a big to do about JFK did for some people. It's the only reason they've heard about JFK. Because there were two workers fired after a protest about pandemic working conditions at JFK eight. It was like sort of briefly in the news, the person who's best known for being fired his name Chris Malls. And you know he became a kind of symbol of, you know, essential workers being very scared of going to work, Um, in the pandemic, and there's been a lot of back and forth about whether his firing was retaliation or not. He feels very clearly it is. Amazon says it isn't But so what? People don't know, we kind of part of our story is to go into the back story of who these protesters really were. Um, you know, what did they care about? And and how did that What was, you know, kind of really behind this controversy? And so the person we focus on even more than Chris Smalls is his best friend. Eric Palmer and Chris and Eric were both five year Amazon veterans. They're both black. They both kind of knew the company from the lowest rungs. They started in New Jersey, where houses were Um, were brought to JFK when it opened. Derek Palmer was a very good performer. He you know, he's like a strong guy He like. He would amaze me with these tales of going to the gym after a 10 hour shift, and he had very good numbers, as they say at Amazon. He he did very well on the productivity software that shows how fast you are working. Um, And yet he felt like he couldn't move up. He felt like he couldn't get anywhere at the company. He was As I said before, so many people there are excited to be at this place That's associated with its success. But then they feel like they can't really partake in it. He felt he found it impossible to get promoted. Um, he felt like he was kind of managed by algorithm. And you know, there is a special sensitivity that we've seen all over the country, not just at JFK it that black workers have to their treatment. At Amazon. This was also true in the best in our warehouse, Brian that you were talking about at the at the top of our discussion. You know this feeling that black workers are Really doing the work that makes Amazon successful that they are excessively monitored. This sort of, uh Baz OC in presumption that workers are lazy. The sense that they're stuck in place and that they can't move up. It adds up to a lot of frustration. So Derek is the one I had finished now finish the thought. So Derek is the guy I was talking about when I said that, you know he had applied for a promotion and what we found out later, Amazon actually told us is that he was one out of 382. People who applied for this promotion is that Is that a an argument in the company's defense a little bit. If you're talking about how hard it is to move up. If it's a company with so many hundreds of thousands of employees, you know, then there's a pyramid only certain percentage get, then be promoted to the next level, right? How steep is that pyramid at different companies? Brian because of all my at Wilma at WalMart, for example, also heavily criticized employment lawyer by the way in Amazon pays better on the whole in Walmart. But at Walmart 75% of their managers are people who started at lower levels on the floor. And that is not true at Amazon. For people like Christmas and Derek Tomur. There's a real feeling to how much they can move up. There is some possibility. It's not impossible, but it's very, very, very difficult if you want to sort of get to the next stage of Amazon really learned about the business learned to manage a warehouse. Those people are Amazon basically hires what they call wicked smart kids right out of college to do those jobs, which have much more upward mobility and that population is heavily white and Asian. Kristen in Brooklyn. You're on w N Y C. Kristen. Hi. How are you? Thank you for having me. Thank you for calling. So you work for Amazon directly or a company that worked with Amazon. Yes. So I like I believe the majority as Amazon employees are not actually hired through Amazon. They hire temporary agencies on nine month contracts in order to avoid having to pay. Most of their employees any sort of benefits for full time work. So I was hired on a nine month contract, too. Work in operations and basically create Systems for them for their photo studio and Landsberg. So most of US artists and locals in the area very highly skilled. And And they After a period of a couple of months. Once everything was rolling, they hired people for $6 less than I to perform the same positions. And Then they kind of pit us against each other. We had competitions. Who could be performed the fastest And then kind of dangled carrots as to maybe will hire you. If You perform these tasks and Ultimately, a month later, they came to all of us who were making Higher wage and said it's 20 minutes until lunch. You get your stuff and don't stay. And Then. It was just a loss of words like Where do you open there? We had been working and really hopeful that they would bring us on. But we knew Ultimately that we would only have that nine months and then a forced year of Leave from the company in order for them to regained status as a new employee that doesn't have to. Get those benefits. Kristen. Another heartbreaking and infuriating story, Grace is that one that you've heard before that kind of relationship? No. I'm very interested to hear. Hear more about Christians experience. Um so you you were terminated before the end of your nine month contractor at the end of the nine month contract..

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"eric palmer" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast

SpyHards Podcast

03:18 min | 6 months ago

"eric palmer" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast

"Which is the first of the harry potter films that she being remade now By itv's here in the uk. I think he's actually being co funded by american companies. Well it will get a release after that so we will be seeing more harry palm a very soon. Plus michael caine was cast as austin powers father in the third austin powers film. Very much a riff. On the fact that michael caine was an iconic spy in harry palmer films. My suspicion was some of the blind actors. Didn't answer the call. I think that might be the case. I didn't actually know that. As a young man i i used to love. The austin powers films saw tournaments cinema. But some yeah. Seeing michael caine in the serb was just like oh cool is michael gain it because that was like the early two. Thousands of that point wasn't it. Yeah it was. Yeah you thought. They cast it because of jaws the revenge. Of course it will leave back to yours. Of course of course so in the match of harry palmer vs austin powers okay. Why don't we start with harry palmer and kind of lay this out for people. That maybe don't know him as well. Some of the other ones we're gonna talk about. What are the skills. The harry palmer brings to the table. I would say he's quite count curated in what he does he never seems to be on the back foot in all of the time that we've seen him fall. It's not often that he surprised by anything which probably as well so of a match up but he's also is quite dry. Yeah i didn't think he could have a very good repartee with austin powers. I think austin might have him on on the rights when it comes to this witness between them. Harry palmer is very analytical. Like he's the type of character it makes sense that in his third movie. He's paired off against a computer because they are of a similar kind of no nonsense. Kind of numbers guys in some ways. But eric palmer has a little bit of a rebellious edge to a bit of a little bit of a almost a mean streak. But he's not a fighter. I would say that. You're not going to necessarily put harry palmer and a fight. There is a fight famously outside royal albert hall. That's a little bit of a. It's clumsy like that's the thing when you watch a bond fight or a jason bourne fight very slick. They showed that. The agents are incredibly skilled fighters whereas harry palmer. It's kind of clumsy. It looks the way you know. If you and i started fighting outside row albert hall we'd be falling down the stairs. Awkwardly clumsily tripping. It would be embarrassing for everyone including ourselves. I can see that. Happening in the near future. But i would say he was. Fight style is quite He's reactive as well but he's also very down and dirty I have no doubt that he would a man in the bowls to get the job done. There's there's nothing outbound is he actually fights like a real fight would be. Yeah which is quite good for this thing Whereas if we're talking about austin again i see he wouldn't go for the the low blow. I think he's too much worry about what my do. Someone's mo- job I yeah too much respect for the mojo that he wouldn't go to sink to those depths. That harry palmer would. That's an excellent point now..

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"eric palmer" Discussed on Ideas

Ideas

06:14 min | 9 months ago

"eric palmer" Discussed on Ideas

"All of a sudden the earth trembled under their feet the sea swelled and phoned in the harbor and beat to pieces the vessels riding an anchor. The streets and public squares were enveloped in clouds of fire and smoke. The houses tottered and tumbled down and thirty thousand inhabitants of all ages and sexes were buried in the ruins. Those are the words of enlightenment. Writer and philosopher voltaire describing the lisbon earthquake that struck at about nine. am november. I seventeen fifty five. It happened on a sunday of all days during all saints day services. You're quake dropped buildings on people and there was a su- nami at the coastline. That flattened everything dragged ships and ashore drowned. Many people with soon as people are swept back out to sea to drown. Eric palmer is a professor of philosophy at allegheny college in pennsylvania the trembling produced fires throughout the city because we've got lamps with loyal and they fall on the ground conflagration for much of a week after that. A nightmare of marauders throughout the city with more than half the population homeless six months. Perhaps before anything approaching normalcy came back. The tragedy profoundly affected voltaire. How could such evil happen under the watch of a just god. He wrote a flurry of letters a poem and eventually when he was sixty five years old the play entitled candied optimism. Elat high point in a lifetime of incisive voltaire was born in louie the fourteenth france his father put him in the best of schools hoping that he would take to the study of law but voltaire fell with a dissolute literary bunch and by age twenty his father had given up on him he began writing poetry and plays he hit it. Big with a fantastically good epic poem that sealed his reputation but he was always testing the limits of french court culture. He was sent to the best. You'll prison at least twice early. In his life exiled to england and then he gained a new edge there and perspective with two years and that society on his return to france he still did not quite fit in his observations of england were effectively criticism of french society and very popular. He wrote fabulously well. And that edge was what made his popular writings so very popular. He was simply from that time. Forward the most celebrated writer of europe from about seventeen thirty four until his death in seventeen. Seventy eight more than a century earlier. German philosopher godfried ville him live nets was born in what is now leipzig germany on july first sixteen forty six at the tail end of yet. Another terrible tragedy. This was two years before the treaty of westphalia which ended the thirty years war award that had devastated the continent and ripped the christian church. Apart into different confessions shawn. Greenberg is an associate professor of philosophy at the university of california irvine one of lionesses overarching aids in both his philosophical work and diplomatic work that he undertook on behalf of his employers was to try to reconcile the protestant and catholic churches. When lime minutes rights he tries to write as generally as possible so that the views he presents can be acceptable to as many people in the confessions as possible. It's difficult to know what live nets as a man was like what he does. Far overshadows that live. Nets is one of the last people who knew everything a polymath who made contributions to physics engineering library. Science geology history mathematics and philosophy. Now he's probably best known even if not by name he's best known to anyone who took calculus because Live nuts was one of the inventors discoverers of the calculus and his formalism is the one that we use when we learned the calculus today And philosophically he's probably perhaps best known for his. What is called his optimism. The view that this is the best of all possible worlds about which will be saying a lot more live dates was a lutheran and a committed theorist by contrast voltaire was perhaps as close to eight theorist as you could get in his time voltaire actually believe that there was a god in the sense that there was a creator of the universe. There were some people who could actually try to think like a theorists think that there was no creator in that somehow the random activity of matter produced us but they didn't have an explanation of how that was produced and so will tear was a day. St believed that there was a creator but the creator. The creator was beyond our understanding and there was a plan but we couldn't even suss it out so the contrast with live couldn't be clearer because lydon's nets believes that we can understand at least two in general the nature of the plan limes- doesn't think we can understand all the details but he thinks we can understand that. There's a plan y. There has to be a plan and what follows given that. There is a plan for any particular thing that happens. We may not be able to fit it into the plan because that's beyond our limited understandings but what we can know. What's important to live in. This is that we can know that there's.

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"eric palmer" Discussed on Comically Anxious

Comically Anxious

06:54 min | 1 year ago

"eric palmer" Discussed on Comically Anxious

"My most embarassing moment. I feel like probably. Like being hung over not remembering when I was doing. That gives me so much anxiety the next day. Yeah! Over. Yeah, I feel I. Feel Shamed for days unlike there's honestly there's no telling what I did. Yeah, but I know I. Did some because I was drinking? There was a time I must have been. Nineteen or twenty, and I there was this guy that I was not even dating. His name is Eric. Palmer Eric he might listen I. Don't know he seems like someone who would listen to this garbage and. He. I knew I. don't even remember how I met him but I. Did we talk? We made out sometimes. He lived like an hour away from me. and He came over to a party that my friend was having an. The next morning, they were all laughing and they showed me this video where he and I were making out, and it was the the grossest thing I have ever seen in my I was like. So gross like we were eating. Each other time like I was wanted to vomit, but we were both so wasted. I don't remember I. Don't have any memory of it and I hate myself for it. Yeah, yeah, airy feeling yeah yeah. So I've stopped drinking narrow it. Sorry what I said I. Stopped drinking I'm drinking cider right now. Though but I'm only on number two I'm really keeping an eye on myself recently. Yeah, after I spanked your grandmother. That'll do it. She's also told my grandma's. You only have seven more years to live. Fun She was cleaning the mess. That brandy spills all over the outside furniture when it happened I. Remember your aunt made that mess. Somebody made that mess. Build wine all over the outside furniture. My Old Lady Grandma, who just turned eighty three today is like yesterday. She's pouring clubs so to all over it trying to DAB it out and bring just smacks are on the assets and she's like you've got seven more years to live. Do you. How did you come to that I? Don't know we'll see what happens. We're going to see if she has seven more years than we very surprised I. think it'll be more than that old ladies. Lady's GonNa live forever. Yeah, okay so. Did you even tell us? Oh Yeah, you clogged toilet way. Toilet Logger. Yeah, wait was that that? Okay, you as do I feel about public pooping. Okay now. What's your most mirroring moment? Oh. What's? We've really gotten sidetracked happening. I only talked about embarrassing moments. PROBAB-, Oh. I. I feel like I just WanNa. Go with the one I said Okay Yeah I think that was good enough one that one will do it. The the knowing the next person's about to walk in on an sure. Having moments we ask shaking your hand. Like there was no toilet paper. There was no. No. Love it. There is a beautiful place I just. Exactly not this. In particular and. So embarrassing, yeah, crush, or probably up there number one dot that makes okay. The last last question brandy is. Do you have any questions for us? All. Yeah. Okay to okay. What is your both of you? What is your favorite place in the world pain and why I haven't been to a lot of places in the world I'm not a world traveled like you not yet, but doesn't have to be like far away or even just you know. Oh, I. Guess My home I? Really love to be at home. I'm such a homebody. Yeah. I could say about yeah I it. There's no place I appreciate more than being at my own house. for me to to come to mind. So the first one is Claremont California? Because it's just adorable there, it's like a cute town full of liberal people and lots of really cute houses, and it's up against the mountains, and it's just picturesque, and the other one is in France. When I went there, I stayed there for summer for school We went to Monet's undergoing. Remember what city it's in or like what village and it was. It was beautiful and I've never seen something so beautiful. My life and I could live there forever. So, probably, those two. Nice. Also, what are you for John? Netflix's anything good question. I'm finishing what we do in the shadows, but that's on Hulu. Okay true don't have Hulu. He should get just to watch that very funny. I've watched it. It's great out vampire. Not It's A. TV show and Hilarious, and it's like so calming hilarious so. I'm watching that and then I just finished unsolved mysteries. I watch. I just finished that too, and then That's all I watching. I haven't turned it back on, yeah! I watched cold case files. I think very recently finished that I watched unsolved mysteries I've yeah. Those are the things I watch I you know I spent a lot of my day listening to podcasts or books or washing youtube videos of a few people I've been I've been listening to conspiracy theory podcast and I've been really into it so. Yeah. Yeah so there you go now. Everybody knows how exciting we are very you both very mysterious people. Enigmatic people say that about me all the time. Nobody says that about me Saul. She actually says that I'm not me. All metairie mysterious I'll be like Tony about the when you're young. I was never young. you're annoying. Down my hate, you Lindsay. This has been a pleasure. That's so much fun with you always a pleasure, never a chore. Let's do it again! I would love to. We're going to come. And when we we should come to. Toronto and we'll visit. You. We're GONNA. Come stay at your house and you can show us the most beautiful places in Toronto. I have a guest room. Perfect all you can share. Did you say y'all to make us feel at home? Thank you! Yeah? We'll even sleep on the floor anywhere, so we'll come over. We'll just getting the plane ticket. We're GONNA. Fly.

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"eric palmer" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

11:17 min | 1 year ago

"eric palmer" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"To join his palpus go pro in the morning doctor Gorka so great of you to join us and happy thanksgiving to you Sir but do they it was great to see you doctor I said that I was in my office I hurt and you know it just permitted to the floor of the M. nine seven the doctor doctor call because in the end they Kerry probably a political do you know said gore because I said he's now where he's at Mike Alfa studio came in and I ran in there and I Jen you flecked in that a pay my respects to you Sir so so it was great what you tweeted out I just re tweeted that out great to see you on the property Sir I just couldn't believe that you were in the building hello hello social media you know what whatever happens to you something happened I want one thing okay I want your frequent flyer miles so you you said to me doctor you said Italy and I look at you before I let you about that you were on the clock in you're going right back on the air on your your show which is just magnificent by the way you just call watching it on radio the doctor who I was now we we so proud to be the have you had sent me everybody so excited about it you know and you looked at me and you said Italy would you consider perhaps going with us I'm one of our Italy trip Sir I would be delighted to my wife would be very happy to absolutely without a question we can make that happen doesn't have to go get on politics and I know you're on a plane and I know you're on the clock now the of the impeachment hearings I mean what a what a big box when an embarrassing big box and then you see thirty at the you know twenty one thousand in the arena three thousand more outside of the arena in the in the sunrise Florida yesterday with the president and gives you gives a your take on where we're going and how this you think will end up doctor Gorka yeah I I think the Democrat party to the crisis the school of the all collapse Nancy into corn that you took very bad this is a look at the latest but the the the Democrats went out on the war with each but back in October they have more people support each with a buy happy about what the only difference between our but they actually have some hearing so that you lost the argument web based control that restrict what the president's counsel was allowed to be that of the headquarters would star with the soft spot with absolute boss but about that you have Democrats Congress would be slowed in the idea that we talk in each of the classes should just close with a big group of a slap on the wrist the stench of boat they lost the whole lot of bent of course you shortly to work up some but I don't ship but what would you do shows what would you still like if you were subpoenaed by the Senate so I would say this did not bode very top youth I wonder if that's gonna have I love with the president said that let's have a hearing in the Senate do you think that'll happen doctor said all right I think it's good for the president to put that out there because it makes the Democrats realize how much they lose what we eat out there but Joe Biden everybody else but to be honest with you well this so I'm just going to say I don't trust the Republic better how many people have to put a little love to you yeah I do that yeah but you get twenty of them go wobbly mall without question but but let the president rival a cage but we need to kill this in the house and we just need to get on with the business see you said Dr Gorka on the on the show with Piscopo right out seven ten in the morning live from New York I said the same thing I said I don't don't try I don't trust the Republic I don't and it with respect with respect I do right but I don't trust the there's some I do you do you trust Mitt Romney we transmit rami do we throw seven huh look look at the last three years have hundreds of people on Capitol Hill who have the letter are behind them they how many of the house the president back to allow three years order list but right now it's night maybe Graham how they get lastolite and then in the house the usual guys might get your doorbell but due to sleep so we go but but but no but it's hard to get to double digits of a hundred thousand right when I woke at the White House Donald Trump one despite the GOP box by the other we need to wait Jerrold Nadler doing that with the house Judiciary Committee got I'm seeing the the calls on fox news about about Jerrold Nadler now writing writing saying the president I mean what what what don't these guys have a job why you think that like the salt yeah they're upset that my wrong well you know if he did commit a crime the crime thank you for I have a very simple question any Democrat the show what do you think your party is done for you Sir tell me one thing you look at the time of the year the crossing the blasters up about that and everything else just tell me what your party with a dance instructor for you it's hard to on that question if you the look out below the rights of so you know it's exactly what I said I said on on TV the other day show what's the alternative show was the initiative that that you can't yeah because of and I I said this to as well objectively speaking the president's doing such a great job you could go line by line and all the things he's doing they're not even stepping up for this US MCA they're not even gonna let that will tell so the goal weight I mean they're not doing anything at all and and and you know a doctor go that we we so I feel as one of just to turn the page to your interview in the studios of A. M. knights of the answer with large from how you're bringing the star power not only yourself but you bring Larry trump to the studio and it was a great interview how how terrific is she she is a bowl of absolute dynamite and listen to I'm on the shrine of the three hour train from a small New York Hey I'm going to be in your studio going with me in the Trinity build a I have on the show and I checked on the trade and she said hours before the show this got to these people are working for America every single play a lot of talk about the warrior princess about shop is that was great and live in the studio with Dr Gorka again before we let you go so I know you're on on your way out you sat down the card good god Dr Ben Carson yesterday you were with Dr Carson yesterday yes yeah we have bank also in studio for three secs it was amazing I will post a video phone but looks you till this morning so just go to my website said as the B. G. O. R. K. A. amazing Malakoff the one of the smartest guys in the capital it's great to have pediatric neurosurgeon but doctor Garg I'm writing it down Italy at the gore because I'll listen you may hear from us and we great to be with you que to see the other day and a great have a happy thanksgiving to you a doctor said to you and yours my eyesight happy thanksgiving all of your list well but you just keep doing what you do thank you Sir god bless you too as well doctor said Gorka right there nationally syndicated radio talk show host and Salem media but heard every afternoon three PM right here on the M. nine seventy the answer contributed to Sinclair TV author that book why we fight great guy to haul guy that we just saw when I went into the studio and Mister Crowley because he does have gore because in Mike studio and lonely and I get again I'm just a radio guy and I'm a I'm a media junkie where I I just like a fan certainly of radio and and I said well let's go back in so I go in we wait for the break let's involvement occurs in our operations manager a Mike Connors a great son was there they were watching and then I we stopped and we had a great time I just tweeted a little fun out there but that he and he's and he's a good patriot you know any any speaks the truth you know and its C. with doctor Gorka says he doesn't trust the Republicans in Washington I can't tell yet and respectfully I don't you know why the president won the White House and my later all won the White House he goes then then we we we I mean the people that we voted for one the house then the Senate they were there they had in the palm of your hand her hand and they just and so many things going to be right there could have been done with healthcare reform you know and you know what happened with the whole Obama situated the obamacare situation right and then and then about immigration you could just settle everything right there thanks even though they fought this President Johnson now the Republicans are talking about he's still got so many things through so it's interesting to see but if it did happen what happens in the house and now we're thinking the Democrats are talking about censure which means that that they may not have enough votes to impeach very very interesting but if indeed it goes to the Senate is there a trial can you trust the Republicans in the Senate do you want to just let it go away let's just hold this home page with a medical way or should the Republicans for the first time really fight back at and indeed the way a new news in Jordan and and you know a lot of these folks did fight back during that ridiculous Adam Schiff a fiasco at eight seven seven nine seven oh twenty nine ninety nine eight seven seven nine seven twenty nine ninety nine seven sixteen and Frankie fibrosis funny though with that that could work I mean he's about as to how the president did you say six four I don't know I think I think the president's about six two and he used to be six one but then when he didn't want to qualify for being obese he became six to stop he did well one inch that's true well whatever reason he grew an inch since he's been in office but yeah I said gore guy would he think is about six four he he is tall guy that a judge or jury said you look like you he looks towering over you I said B. B. guide that and I tested this you know you're no slouch I'm not six feet I just over six feet yeah so at that and I said to doctor gore because of funny I love when you know and after that playboy reporter to be done it had to be done and that was great so thanks to doctor gore gate getting on a plane and kind enough to join us thank you Frank you for bringing doctor gore could to the airwaves KT McFarland will join us and momentarily and never get we a lot to talk with a K. T. about Steve out about might make man Eric Palmer's with you always at eight seven seven nine seven.

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"eric palmer" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

09:35 min | 1 year ago

"eric palmer" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"What a great doing that great choice out thank you so much I love that that's about doing to you as we go with the thanksgiving I want to say thanks is a lot going on and I will get to it of course but I wanted it we want to say thanks man a B. half of the and the friggin Debbie how we're on the air this'll this long who knows how legal and you there with us every step of the way and it's bigger and it's better and we're kind of like just the momentum is growing and we're into our six year and have a very very grateful that sort of so in essence while that we started you know the story I come to the station I talked to Mr Krylia balls and they'll move my body back rock Positano you know the story and if you knew the show I just by just by chance I came by AM nine seven because I'm a radio geek always was my degree college I wish I was in radio television I was actually disc jockey in Trenton New Jersey because I only picked the big markets you believe that it will actually work the dreadful like seven Bucks only back in the day yeah and because I came out of college is that when we do radio that is able to be tried the comedy things on the comedy clubs and it everything thank god worked out but but I was always a radio aficionados I went to the Salem flagship station which was the station with the Jerry Crowley and then my friend Dr rock and the injury so I have no more and the morning man you know so I would I think well let me see them for a couple weeks of work the works of it doesn't it doesn't Jerry I had that conversation from this is from the station down Broadway to we were going to Bobby vans I guess we're going out to dinner and and it was a really at the five ten minute walk and Gerry Smith again go in and here we are into a six year on the radio thanks to you so it is all thanks to you because you listen I get to see you I get to know you and then when I go on the road your kind enough to come to the shows and I get to meet you and then when we go to Italy together or no by the way by the way this is a little a loser we have it as in go on I was gonna come on the radio station AM radios that you know not so much I have to tell you this are you to meet our between us and and being a radio really I listen to all the radio stations in a minute we're the number one market in the world number one market in the world he just like anywhere else it's New York New York and and the the the population you know everybody wants to come to New York everyone wants to be on the radio in your and I could tell when when would you are connected to join us here you what you have done that you have reached you you have thank you I've reinvented AM radio it because it goes online too you know everybody gets on the smartphone that you have reinvented AM radio around the country none of the such great things are happening in New York radio I just put you see both on kit because we're going for a great right and and we couldn't do without you so on this eve of thanksgiving giving thanks for everything you know and remembering those not with us any longer cause I know sometimes you get stuff you know specially if you lost a loved one recently with thinking about you we love you appreciate you being part of this this radio family and that's exactly what what you are we appreciate that more than we could tell you a a doctor's suggestion Gorka is good come up and the seven o'clock hour right off the bat we're gonna go to doctors said Garg you don't a fan I like him with this too one night I I try to stay on on the radio and I think Nicholas said it best when I was on Friday with Neil and and people you know if people don't like every believe what I believe politically I'm not gonna hate them I'm not gonna put them on I think we should have a nice discussion conversation so we try to have an open amicable objective because I was drilled a column I learn anything at colleges but objectivity in journalism you know certainly on the radio and and so when I come on the I tried it but you know what I believe you know I support the president support the president but and I understand the criticism revise it was show me something so then as a seven eight discussion you know but but I must say I try to keep it you know amicable and right down the middle and even though we support the president make no no qualms about that but I I must say I like when guys like doctor gore could go out and they they get upset and let you know what I mean and they go after like reporters were routed the wife of a six year for that if it's something that might do that on the radio you know I would like to go get easy it'll say something is so eloquently states so eloquently it's something we all believe in you know because he's a he is a patriot through and through and I was like yes yes that they're going to go get up get up so that was a I I I I guess I live I live vicariously through great broadcasters like doctor gore because you could hear every afternoon right here not across the country but on a a my seventy the answers a doctor said was going to join us in the seven o'clock hour KT McFarland is brilliant this is this is a brilliant gal she's gonna the former deputy national deputy national security adviser I would be talking about the Iran protests this month of general Flynn case what's happening with that what's going on with the North Korea now Steve got about as a friend for many many many years the I've got a family is that so many great things for the inner city community of Newark New Jersey stable jump on in the eight o'clock I know you disagree with with Steve politically I understand that but we'll say hi to Steve just to say happy thanksgiving and Mike McKenzie gonna join Staten Island district attorney and we'll talk to Mike about their warnings about criminal justice changes coming in January this bill Bratton said it was sent a red flag up about the criminal justice changes coming in a New York and we'll talk to a Mister McKenna about that in Eric Palmer managing director of the park central hotel in west has New York I think a month and I'm searching for a new hotel because I've slept on the couch like the less you nights it was fine really because you don't know how comfortable burlap can beat it really are you know cut you could double head could be you know you can smoke that cal taping so is that I'm looking for a visit I'm a lonely man is here to a hotel several creepy I know but Hey we have a good look at a route Hey the president at a big rally yesterday in sunrise Florida or they have a great theater in sunrise at play that the day before and that president trump went up there so that twenty one thousand three thousand outside I understand and he had the president told a cheering crowd he's done more than he promising tax cuts the military nearly seven million new jobs and he went after the Democrats of course so it and this was in an area that Hillary one down there Broward county so to me interesting to see what happens in this next election but the president and on his way to mere Lago his new a permanent residence you know if we're really and and and I see some of my my give friends moving to Florida all you know if they could just hold on a couple more years maybe we could do some changes I I don't know how I I don't know how you take back Jersey in New York or California for that matter but goodness gracious so we got to cut the taxes that everybody's moved to Florida so the president was just a welcome down there and it was so exciting always exciting to see and then you don't want to talk about too on this the Macy's day parade we're gonna suit the NYPD said they're closely closely monitoring wind conditions and working with Macy's thanksgiving day parade organizes to determine if it'll be safe to fly the balloons because the wind is going to be the Anna monitors is what they're called as a wind measuring devices I will have one at the house don't we they're being placed along the parade route and it wins over twenty three miles per hour or gusts over thirty four miles per hour could ground the balloons it's a hundred forty students from nearby Stevens institute at Technion up the technology grade school in Hoboken they will hold the balloons and what the parade route as they've done for over thirty genera such a bad student at the west Essex high school I mean hard to believe I know that I demanded that had been taking aptitude tests where they go Stevens institute of technology a I went over there it's a great it's a great school great folks so do you know the belief that we got to applaud the kids for holding those balloons and we'll let you know if indeed afraid to go on I keep thinking of my friend our friend my Mike Gallagher who when he got a restaurant he went all out you get a restaurant right at the parade route this year but we have why am I laughing you see because I think it's funny wrote Mike as is available to gather and then name the balloons may not be let's hope the weather balloons may fly yet they may fly so they they may find the heat you know some of the outside the Holland tunnel and may now they they apparently really read this too if I if I may the New Jersey asylum home tonight we'll have new holiday decorations this year following complaints over the previous decide member we talked about that for thirty days people to vote on the design we've previously featured several Christmas trees if you could tell the late news day thank god lined up over the letters home and internal above the plaza some said the triangular tree placed over the letter was visually displeasing I I agree of setting to people with obsessive compulsive disorder you do that the I think I could see that if they don't put the over Holland you know and that's not a reef that bothers me is a common is about the you know Monday motorists will see the new decorations including the menorah at the corner of the Merrin Boulevard a trustee these are the stories that we have to worry about today thank god this is it alright Hey it's a joke on the radio to get a great.

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"eric palmer" Discussed on My Brother, My Brother And Me

My Brother, My Brother And Me

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"eric palmer" Discussed on My Brother, My Brother And Me

"A reading glasses and switchblade sisters a check them out maximum fund dot org and we have a bunch of other stuff at mac right out family including a new a monster factory episode that is just fine that's i think is the is really funny we play the game called blessing holy shit as it turned out while on and we have a bunch of new merged to including new a monster factory march for the first time so very true all right folks that's gonna do for us 'em graffiti of a final yahoo to kind of take yes let's load that up right now this is sending vinyl eric palmer thinking merits yahoo answers user land baritone who asks did you cry when you're a plumber died when you were i'm griffin mcelroy my brother my brother make it too bad grammar whip mm maximum fund dot org comedy and culture artists owned listener supported listen we already know that you love genre movies film crashed in female filmmakers so if you love all those things then by transit of property you my podcast switchblade sisters hi i'm film critic april every week i have a conversation with a different female filmmaker about their favorite genre each episode covers the filmmaking process working in the film industry and just like general geeking out about awesome movie i've had such great guests like the big stick writer emily gordon to me indie movies as of late has come to be a catch all term for movie the kind of defy genre billy madison unhappy director tamra data when the comedian comes and enters on device that they're they're just there to be funny

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"eric palmer" Discussed on This is War

This is War

05:47 min | 2 years ago

"eric palmer" Discussed on This is War

"Really looked down on any gonna go ostracized. If that was you, of course, that makes perfect sense. These bonds are built under the assumption that everyone is in together. Remember, the courage is the absence of fear. It's the ability to recognize danger and keep going any way of jumping not because you want to so much as because you know, people are counting on you. Everybody wants to go home. But nobody wants to go home at the expense of anyone else in the unit. It's one of those things at amplifies loss during wartime this notion that it could have been you it just wasn't and even when you're doing your job as well as you can sometimes it's not enough. God. I mean, the J assess I can't explain how terrible it was. Because we are right there in the middle of the city, and we got attacked a lot there. We got a ton of mortar attacks if you stuck your head up over. The sandbags during the middle of the day. There's a good chance you're gonna get shot or at least shot at for. Sure. It was nerve wracking because there was only one entrance to R J s and we win against all the rules of combat. Don't make patterns and never use the same entry exit point twice second squad was doing they're just mounted patrol. They had just finished their required. Eight hours of walking around the city. I I was actually in the operation center. The talk in in. I was watching the patrol come in on the cameras. I can only see a couple of guys. And then all of a sudden, I just see everybody on the patrol turn around and start shooting. We're on Q r f I run down. And it's coming over the radio that somebody's shot. One of the guys in my squad done jumps in the the driver seat. And it was just me and him. Because it was right outside the gate. And I jumped in the Mark nineteen on the turret. We take off out there and a couple other trucks we pull up in and we're taking fire, and there's there's round snapping over the top of me, and I'm shooting I'm engaging with with the Mark nineteen in the middle of the day. It feels like it took a long time. But it must have been only a couple seconds. And they they load somebody underneath me because I'm in the turret, and they load somebody underneath me, and I looked down. And I couldn't tell who was and because their face was blue, it was swollen. There was a. It was a nice remembers little tiny this little hole right up on his on his right cheek. And there's still a little bit of blood. And I was like I was like who is that. And they're like it's Palmer hitting me. Man, corporal, Eric Palmer was the other SOG owner who helped him fight off the ambush near the ice house earlier that spring he and Davies had developed that life or death bond, the all or nothing attitude of mutual support. And that point I just picked up Martine, I shot it until we didn't have any Emma left to that. And then I picked up my saw, and I shot that until I didn't have any ammo the medivac helicopter came in. And it was it was really bad. We took him inside of the Jess for a second until the medivac could come in. And then we mounted back up through bunch of ammo back in the trucks called the nine line. Medevac came in to the open field outside of our Jesus. And we rolled back out there. And we just kept taking fire the helicopters getting shot at we drove out is close to the the Blackhawk as we could they pulled him out in late it loaded on the bird. But and then after that, it was you know, it was horrible. Everybody's sitting around. And you know, this is a guy I've spent years with training partying just like brother knew me. And then that happens in an automobile to recognize them. And then the the fucked up thing is everybody we all knew he was dead. It was undeniable and they're like, oh, he he's going to be. Okay. I remember our with Arjun came out there. And he goes, yeah. Everything's alright. Bombers going to be okay. And everybody's like are you are you fucking serious? Did you did you see him? He's he's dead. He's not going to be. Okay. I guess they had him on on life support. His parents flew out. Out to Germany, and I guess they made a decision take him off life support there, and it was horrible. And I I don't know. I I don't know if it was a. I don't know if it was better if he was on life support. So as family could could be there or if he just died out there. So his family didn't have to deal with that. And does really it was really really bad. And that was the point where I was like. Yeah, I'm I'm ready. Get the fuck out of this place. Palmer was shot on June twenty first two thousand seven and the first of the five v who set to rotate out in August, a few weeks later Davies would get word that they were extended to November taking them all the way through the worst of the fighting season. But summer wasn't even well underway yet and the next few weeks would be as difficult as any other part of the tour.

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"eric palmer" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

05:36 min | 2 years ago

"eric palmer" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Mischievous? The ball bounded air putting back more at six foot seven for Auburn on the left the ball tossed in the air tap back to Jared Harper over controls and journeys into the right hand off the Dumbarton first of all. Far left on the deck running shop right off the rebound. Forgets. Kansas for preseason number one team. Gooky today, ligaments here just before big twelve well-placed started Lawson double down low Haslemere without a plan pulse. Harper Auburn great early double team, come high with hands. Keith zigzagging the right in line. Right Graham, this high post its tip by Auburn. Family Dunbar Kansas possession. Auburn showing suppressor what kind of pressure? Can they bring a lot of times? They're going to pick you up just to try to make you make a mistake. Then they'll fall back to half four in half court line is where they really start to get Hansie and try to be active in passing lanes as well. Did not Trump. The entry finally found Lawson tippy toeing the dribbles it up for toxic fake, right rental. FCC tossup topper lawsuit. Good high low crops, reverse at home. Yes. The help came but it came from the grossly undersized. Jared Harper Kansas. Struggled in the first round winning is northeastern good sign for Kansas to get him going early on the low block outside rights news Harper. Sees they believed had holy the tiger. Macklemore? Any jumps into tired of taking role and Quinton Grimes. Should've been the helper. Coming up on the core. He did not easy there for Auburn sprints of up. The right side line picked up by the grossly emphasize farm. Football screen roll rights. A little caught by Walson feeds life for Johnson. Dr right on Lawson street, look down low. Waukesha, puts the head down the lane running shot right handed out. Soaring. Auburn rebound from Harper. Strong contact from Washington. Hill Paul four to offer. Good start by Auburn. Push the ball in transition, which is where they're at their best finish at the room. Bruce, parole coaching. Flushed red-faced barking out commands grind he's right corner. Thompson head fake on the free up. Dunbar extent surpassed the crotch quarter force to Lawson poked by Auburn, not free. Tiger balm. Kiki to Harper. Harper contested. Tigers. This pace is auburn's liking defensively activity double the post game the passing lanes. Get out in transition Dopson, the freshman point. Brian the extreme toss right apology wide open hesitant three. Thank MRs in. And out of our last touch lawsuit was tippy toeing the Auburn ball, Kansas. Look sluggish you. They absolutely look sluggish Auburn coming out with all the energy. I've had a good possession on the offensive in has Kansas a little bit out of sorts. Kansas destroyed north eastern. Auburn barely survived in Mexico state. Flopped back with more hops on the air. It can't finish on the catcher tap on a feed for. Kansas. Seventy. The big guy McCormack down low hop. Suitable a toddler, outshot whistle. John David McCord, if could probably play the worst of the Kansas regulars do nights ago was off to a great start. Time bid got the ball in the low block. He's taking his time used his size advantage already more than his season average with four here. This after noon. The foul will go to macklemore. Probably been most active player. So McCormick shooting the free. Throw fifty nine percent shooter. Free throw in the air and doing sixteen forty five to go first half seventy-five offered cancer subaquatic Marcus Garrett in the little smaller GARRETT'S a really big best perimeter defenders. Scott good length is able to slide his feet laterally. And he's got great anticipation. Brings it presented Dotson on switch. He's picked up by. Eric Palmer twinkly shield, right? Dribbling left along to a key. Contested puts it on the deck, hops along which true over the other side stocks targets. Jackson the other end. Six sacks outside right? Jim. Touch look quarter. Gary kitchen on the decks driving on. Talks by Grassi look quarter. For garrett. Jesus is putting somehow keeps driven clothing shop off target. Great Boxing Board underneath Spencer was up to touch passes left corner. Brown wide open. Proud berries. But triple chancellor says, Tom. Five over. Auburn is unique in transition is that they run deep corners and get their shooter space. Bryce, Brown leaves the SEC.

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"eric palmer" Discussed on The Bill Barnwell Show

The Bill Barnwell Show

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"eric palmer" Discussed on The Bill Barnwell Show

"Scheduled friendlies with us in the runup to the world cup as sort of like a um let's try out some lineups and see what we've got uh and i think there will be a uh an unfortunate instinct by mainly us soccer to try and represent well and give fans hope and put out the best team that we've got as of right now and you know give clint some more appearance and stuff like that for me and craig yeah just blow it up let's go once you know bringing wants to makeni bringing emerson i'm in bringing the kids see who can handle bringing the in dudes bringing lyndon gooch bringing eric palmer brown bringing andrew carlton bringing all these kits bringing jumping in all compiler adams in and then then everyone and let's let's see what we got you know and political the everyone knew he was good they didn't think he would be this gift for the country to let you know but plug them in there and he became name america's best players so let's see what we've got last question for you nets cat who rerouting for now i have some that the us is not going to make it in the 2018 world cup i've turned on iceland i'm no longer than i if they are to trendy thirteen thank you for being with me on this every single person after us law like uh iceland they do too little chance i understand there it's a very charming country and cheap to fly do so a lot of people are age go and visit and have very take making people pictures yeah and i have no interest in that i'm still i i have been following this crop of belgian players for eight years now um.

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"eric palmer" Discussed on Men In Blazers

Men In Blazers

02:04 min | 4 years ago

"eric palmer" Discussed on Men In Blazers

"That is just bear the morgan godspeed stone okay wrote those world cup qualifiers come just days after the us was knocked out of the under20 world cup in the quarterfinals falling to venezuela two one in extratime the game was tied nilnil after regulation but venezuela struck in the ninety six hundred and sixty minutes the us pulled one back in the dying embers but ultimately fall short of the semifinals earth full sure they did you know you wake up at two a m 'cause you have a sense of something that you about something special something historic is about to happen i woke up with frenzied excitement and it quickly burn off because the game with a curiously surreal disappointment false hopes raised but at six zero round of sixteen smack down the gates mikey new zealand soon fellow i 'cause the on this truth venezuela could when this by five or six goals yet they are two days more rest than tab ramos's squad but our respective the us with till the outgunned there was watching an fa cup game between a topsix side and a nonleague have ago hero jonathan klinsmann athletic save after athletic saving goal good jonathan venezuela they had a goal overruled by video technology they kept hidden the crossbar that's all it can't this thing school us in ninety minutes ami gus van some davor he won't made hitchcock he came short for show remade it exactly identical to the original this game emotionally was like a moment by moment recreation of the belgian usa world cup two thousand fourteen game venezuela with dominant and the whistle eric palmer brown even mr header from point blank range the with a stolen the game undeservedly for the us the spirit of one though lives on its strong it's passed down generation to generation this is all harvest to watch dave than the black and white peace and so venezuela go on to play uruguay italy in the other semifinal face your mighty england dave.

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