35 Burst results for "Forty Seconds"

DeGrom Dominates After Arm Scares, Mets and Braves Split DH

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 1 d ago

DeGrom Dominates After Arm Scares, Mets and Braves Split DH

"The Atlanta Braves manager split of a doubleheader with the Mets winning game two one to nothing one of the crew junior homered for the only run in game two in the fifth inning off Miguel Castro even Anderson went five and a third innings for the win he's five and three will Smith save number fourteen in game one A. forty two Mets win Dominic Smith drove in three runs and Jake up the Graham who had to leave his prior to starts with tendinitis in shoulder stiffness tossed five solid innings allowing one hit with six strikeouts for his seventh win might make you so New York

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Bucks Edge Nets in OT in Game 7, Withstand Durant's 48

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 3 d ago

Bucks Edge Nets in OT in Game 7, Withstand Durant's 48

"Khris Middleton made the tiebreaking shot with forty seconds left in overtime before the box completed the game seven win over the nets one fifteen one eleven Middleton finished with twenty three points and ten boards for the box who allowed just two points in O. T. to advance to the Eastern Conference finals for the second time in three years a couple plays where you know you think they're gonna win the game but we started with it you're down Georgia game we're down in the fourth quarter but you know we stay with it was their resilient gas intense cobalt provided forty points and thirteen rebounds in guiding Milwaukee to its second straight elimination game when Kevin Durant led the nets with a game high forty eight points but missed a pair of shots after Middleton put the box in front I'm Dave Ferrie

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Young Leads Hawks' Rally Past Sixers With Embiid Hurting

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | Last week

Young Leads Hawks' Rally Past Sixers With Embiid Hurting

"The hawks even their Eastern Conference semifinal series at two games apiece with a comeback win over the seventy Sixers one oh three one hundred Trae young overcame a cold shooting start to score twenty five points including a floater that gave Atlanta the lead with one seventeen left the Sixers lead sixty forty two late in the first half before Atlanta rallied Bogdan Bogdanovic scored twenty two points and John Collins had fourteen points and twelve rebounds young made only eight of twenty six shots but had eighteen assists Tobias Harris led the seventy Sixers with twenty points while Joe well indeed added seventeen with twenty one rebounds I'm Dave Ferrie

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Unexpected Bucks-Nets Drama

The Bill Simmons Podcast

01:46 min | Last week

Unexpected Bucks-Nets Drama

"Man. How much can change over the course of the weekend. I'll watch game three. And i thought that's gave it away. They're fine. that's about as dumb of game as they're gonna lose. They easily could have won nine different times. They played terribly. They still almost one. And i'm not sure what walkie has for answers. Go into game for the nets are up thirty. Four twenty five have all the momentum schimidt face commits a foul and middleton four point play and it opens the floodgates bucks go at a nineteen to to run. Kyri sprains his ankle during the run and the entire series shifts. And now kyrie is out. We have no idea when hardens coming back and you saw what the nets looked like as a one man team russillo. It's sunday the bucks. Flip this series. Yeah i mean they did because now we don't know about the kyri part but i'll tell you like just doesn't happen very often because i felt like milwaukee you look at him. You're like all right. I like him look all the size. Look at all this stuff. Those first two games are so bad in game three. Even though they want a bill. I felt worse about him. I go this say this has like. There's a version of this breakdown. Which i still will probably do. And perhaps regret because the bucks of winning the series of his just durant but there are fundamental problems that this team has Would jaanus being the initiator and so many things in middleton was for two games drew. Holiday can do anything. We're like three games. He was a little better. They shot it better and felt like once kyri went down it was forty four forty five forty two left in the second quarter at the nets just emotionally were like in shock. They were very flat for a long period of time. And then i think milwaukee actually kind of matched their lack of emotion but it was just. They had more options in other tucker was river under and they're very physical with

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Arozarena Slam, Rays' Pen Hand Orioles 15th Road Loss in Row

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | Last week

Arozarena Slam, Rays' Pen Hand Orioles 15th Road Loss in Row

"The race one for the twenty third time in their last twenty eight games by dropping the Orioles seven to one Randy rose arena hit his first career grand slam and Tampa Bay relievers combined for seven no hit innings to send Baltimore to which team record extending fifteenth consecutive road loss Taylor walls hit a two run single as the rays improved to a major league best forty two and twenty four winning pitcher Josh Fleming worked four innings of relief over also really good I think I was able to establish strikes on early with the with the singer and you know get ahead really early so that was the game plan going in just get strike one and and go from there Bruce Everman took the loss the Orioles have been out scored forty eight twenty two and losing their first six meetings with the race this season I'm Dave Ferrie

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Ubisoft Reveals Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora With New Trailer at E3

Pop Culture Cosmos

02:08 min | Last week

Ubisoft Reveals Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora With New Trailer at E3

"Avatar is coming out. Its avatar frontiers of pandora. That's going to launch in twenty twenty two the bone to pick with this trailer. Well you know. It's a standard. We're not gonna show you any gameplay. Trailer is the dramatic way that they go ahead and do things on these first. Looks like we saw a battlefield. Twenty forty two last week they show you zero game play but they show you what the game could be like going forward so it. It essentially relives the the original movie. What's that about it. And i know again. I've never been a big fan of avatar. I know it as rob mccallum. Our good friend said it lost its cultural footprint for a while. But you know there's still a fascination in certain parts of the world it has regained the top spot. All-time sniff sniff of interest in game. Sorry but i want to hear your thoughts on avatar frontiers upendra my friend so the trailer makes it look like the game could be really good but there have been avatar video games out before and they've been monumentally awful. So how many times have we seen these three. I don't. I don't take much stock into these cinematic trailers that they show up. That shows zero game plan. I don't take any stock on anymore. The and that's the deceiving part to. Yeah you know that kind of upset me with tiny tina's game two right. They didn't show many gameplay footage of stuff so again battlefield. Twenty forty two. I mean they're gonna show for that this weekend a few days here back. We'll probably cover it here on one of our shows but still it's it's it's i'm not a big fan of i just dive because they really absolutely shove it wowed me ten years ago two thousand or maybe two thousand seventeen thousand eight when they did that stuff out of it. Looks like it could be cool depending on what it is but i just. I don't see anything video game. Wise with the avatar franchise just has not had a history of success or even anything mine minorly resembling success. I don't i don't see this i don't see this being something. That kind of leaves a footprint anywhere.

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The Biography of Anne Frank

This Day in History Class

02:35 min | Last week

The Biography of Anne Frank

"The day was june twelfth. Nineteen twenty nine jewish girl named analysts. Murray frank better known as an frank was born in frankfurt on mine. Germany to eat in otto frank and frank is well known for her story of persecution. During the holocaust and in her family went into hiding in nineteen forty two during the german occupation of the netherlands in world war two. The family was soon discovered in sent to cuss in training camps. An's father auto was the only one in the family to survive the holocaust but an frank had kept a diary during her time in hiding which otto worked hard to get published. The diary has now been translated into many languages sold. Millions of copies and has been adapted for other mediums and frank was born into a family of modest wealth and prominence auto was a well to do businessman but after the nazis came to power in germany and parents decided to move to amsterdam away from so much anti semitism and a suffering economy amsterdam auto company that dealt impacted which is a substance used as a setting agent in jams and jellies and father mother and older sister marcotte immigration i and an joint them in amsterdam february of nineteen thirty four but beginning in may of nineteen forty nazi germany occupied amsterdam. After and her family had settled into life in amsterdam. Living in the netherlands became dangerous as the nazis began to persecute jewish. People an was forced to transfer from a public school to a jewish school in september of nineteen forty one in nineteen forty two on her thirteenth birthday and got a plaid diary. But as nazis began to send jewish people to concentration camps and marcotte got a letter saying she needed to report for work at a labor camp. The frank family went into hiding on july six. They began living in an attic of autos office at princeton god to sixty three in her diary and called their hiding spot. The secret annex the entrance to the hiding spot was behind a movable bookcase some of those friends and colleagues including me. he's smuggled food clothes supplies and information to the franks

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Campanology and the Art of Bell Ringing

Fun with Bells - bell and handbell ringing interviews

02:33 min | Last week

Campanology and the Art of Bell Ringing

"My guest today is nikki. Carling who comes from ringing family. She has held various positions at tower districting. Guild level over the years has rung about. Eighty peels take part in local and national ringing competitions. But say's her focus in ringing has always been about having fun nikki's also therapist and we will discuss adviser ringers anxious about returning to ringing after the pandemic but i nikki. I just want to ask you. When did you start ringing. I was ten when i started. So i've been being for forty two years now. It was not something i wanted to do. It was insisted upon and much to my the minute. I took out a bell rope. I absolutely loved it. And i really didn't want to say yes. That's when i started at the age of ten in how long has bell ringing been in your family generation before me. My dad's gary mason and his older brother kings mason both us but that's where it started although i understand that i have a granddad who did ring a long time ago but it was way way before i was born on. You're bringing in the family because you do is ringing yet. She started again. She didn't want to do it. We tried to with it when she was what would shape it about ten as well. She was just to smoke and then he said i'm not doing it. I never wanted to and she came along to everything that we went to and made so many friends said well you might as well start now. Say she did. She is doing absolutely brilliantly. she's she's gonna leave me way behind before the pandemic obviously people aren't ringing at the moment but before the pandemic can you describe what you doing ringing wise ringing cindy service. Who knew that. Sunday mornings could be so useful without ringing in them. It's amazing what you can fit in isn't it. I say yes. Seventy seven going regularly to practice night and we were involved with the last district so busy doing that. The less to gold has a lot of initiatives on. They run saturday morning. What they call progressing ring us. So it's sort of playing bob. Plane hunt type workshops that they run monthly so we were doing some of those guild meetings all sorts of things like that so we were quite involved is e and i. We should talk about where you ring as well. You ring the cathedral to cathedral. Yeah that's where i started. And and i'm still then our i've never got very far. So yeah that's always been my tower and san four bands and reduce bands and skillful bands. And not cisco for bans and all sorts of things in that time.

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Battlefield 2042 Won't Have a Campaign

Kinda Funny Games Daily

02:11 min | Last week

Battlefield 2042 Won't Have a Campaign

"The next battlefield is coming. This fall in appears to be bringing plenty of mayhem and event today. Be revealed battlefields. Twenty forty to the latest entry in devices long-running shooter series for the xbox one series x ps four ps five through origin steam and the epic game store among other changes to the formula. The game will introduce new tornadoes that move around the map wing so players can fly around and weapons. That can be customized on the fly in battlefield. Twenty forty to the world on the brink shortages of food energy and clean water led to dozens of failed nations creating the creating the greatest refugee crisis and human history among these non patriot. Our families farmers engineers and even soldiers miss the crisis. The united states and russia draw the world into an all out war. No pass specialists join both sides not fighting for a flag but for the future of the non patriot in this new world and quote twenty forty. Two new maps reflect bleak setup. They included map set in the arctic. Where players fight over oil version of doha besieged by saint saint storms. Like something from mad. Max drive seabed in india filled with the remains of stranded ships and a gleaming south korean metropolis where players have to seize control of a quantum powered. Disinformation hub and quote dynamic. Events appear to be a big focus. One map takes place amid a rocket preparing to launch into into space die. Says the maps have been built with next gen hardware in mind in the biggest change appears to be the sheer number of players in the main mode. All out warfare matches will feature one hundred twenty eight players if you're planning on the s five or xbox series x for older consoles that number will shrink down to a more standard sixty four outside of that mode twenty forty you will also have a squad base mode called hazard zone which stresses will not be a battery al as well as third yet to be announced multiplayer mode. The game won't feature traditional single player campaign when two thousand forty two does launch later this year. Ea says that will act as a live servers. Game with seasonal battle passes both free and paid. They'll push the narrative of the world forward as well as add new features battlefield. Twenty forty two launches on october twenty. Second

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Rick Warren retiring as lead pastor at California megachurch

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 2 weeks ago

Rick Warren retiring as lead pastor at California megachurch

"Hi Mike Rossi you're reporting Rick Warren is retiring as lead pastor at a California megachurch megachurch pastor Rick Warren has announced he is retiring Warren told his congregation Sunday the search for his successor will be launched this week according to the Orange County register the sixty seven year old worn has led the saddleback church for forty two years while the main campuses in Lake Forest saddleback church has expanded to fourteen locations in southern California with an average weekly attendance of thirty thousand they're also international campuses in Hong Kong and Germany the Philippines and Argentina Warren has written multiple books including the purpose driven life hi Mike Rossio

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Doncic Scores 42 and Leads Mavs Over Clippers 105–100

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 2 weeks ago

Doncic Scores 42 and Leads Mavs Over Clippers 105–100

"Look at Dunchurch scored forty two points and the Mavericks held off the clippers won all five to one hundred to take a three two series lead after going down sixteen in the fourth quarter LA got within one in the closing seconds but Dallas able to hang on for the win Dunchurch also added fourteen assists and eight rebounds Tim Hardaway junior scored twenty points the only other mabs player in double figures Paul George led the clippers with twenty three the road team has won each of the five games so far I am mark Myers

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Russian Hackers Are Using  4 New Malware Families

Cyber Security Headlines

02:05 min | 3 weeks ago

Russian Hackers Are Using 4 New Malware Families

"Do new attacks allow alteration of certified. Pdf documents researchers from ruhr university. Bocom have disclosed to new attack techniques dubbed evil annotation and sneaky signature on certified. Pdf documents that could potentially allow attackers to modify visible content without invalidating their digital signature. The attacks leverage the flexibility of pdf certification that allows signing or adding annotations to certify documents under different permission levels. The experts presented the results of the study at the forty. Second i tre. Police imposed him on security and privacy. Us says agencies fended off latest russian hack involving four new malware families. The white house says it believes us. Government agencies largely fended off the latest cyber espionage onslaught blamed on russian intelligence operatives. Ap t twenty nine also known as belgium saying that. The spearfishing campaigns should not further damage relations with moscow ahead of next month's planned presidential summit in this case the group gained access to an email marketing account of the us agency for international development us aid and targeted about three thousand email accounts at more than one hundred and fifty different organizations microsoft states. That four new malware families were used in the attack and html attachment need envy scout a download known as boombox a loader known as of zone and a shell code download or and launcher named vivere. Reach new epsilon. Red ransomware hunts microsoft exchange servers incident responders at cybersecurity companies. So i discovered the new epsilon red ransomware over the past week while investigating an attack at a us company in the hospitality sector. The researchers found that the threat actor breached the enterprise network by exploiting unpacked vulnerabilities in on premise microsoft exchange servers andrew. Brandt principal researcher at sophos says that the attackers may have leveraged the proxy log onset of unr- abilities to reach machines on the network

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Durant (42), Irving (39) Quiet Boston Crowd, Win 141-126

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 3 weeks ago

Durant (42), Irving (39) Quiet Boston Crowd, Win 141-126

"The nets are forced to three games to one lead in their first round series with a one forty one one twenty six victory at Boston Kyra Irving had thirty nine points and eleven rebounds to quiet the first post pandemic full house at the TD garden where he was booed throughout game three and most of Sunday the former Celtic was nearly hit by a bottle thrown from the stands Kevin Durant scored forty two points for the nets while James harden added twenty three with a career playoff high eighteen assists Jayson Tatum followed is fifty point eruption in game three by scoring forty for the Celtics the nets can wrap up the series on Tuesday I'm Dave Ferrie

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Receivers to Target in the Late Rounds of your Dynasty Rookie Draft - burst 07

Daily Dose Football

02:59 min | 3 weeks ago

Receivers to Target in the Late Rounds of your Dynasty Rookie Draft - burst 07

"Fitzpatrick. Let's see if we agree on this next player. I'm a. I'm a little higher on this guy too. So it's a mad rod- saint brown from the lions usc. Yeah he's a player. I like them a committee. He's very similar in a situation fitzpatrick you know he's gonna come in And i mean there's really not much competition for them. You know pyramid tirol williams. Yeah and i liked terra. Williams pyramids pray. He's okay you know. Those guys might actually be more talented than a Brown but they're also. Canada beat up players through their careers. And i don't really expect neither one of them to hold up you know. And it wouldn't be shocked if They're also very different. Style player that ahmad brad. I think my bracket can be a good underneath slide guy and whereas i i don't typically like sly guys you know where we were talking about driving with the second round when you're talking about getting guy the third round of a rookie draft you know that's cool because these guys are good. Probably get on the field and You know i like him. I just don't know what his long term value is. Because i would assume that the detroit lions are going to upgrade their their wide receiver positions at some point. One of the things that saint has gone for him as he has. More of a complete body work in college. Played six games. Forty one receptions for four hundred seventy eight yards seven touchdowns pretty good for six games. Last season seventy seven receptions thousand forty two yards six touchdowns season before that as a freshman sixty receptions seven hundred fifty yards and three touchdowns. So i was pretty impressed with his stats. So for that reason. I like him. But as cow saying am i gonna adjust him over bateman more those allies more either. The moore's no. I'm not gonna drop them over that but if he falls i will take a look at him because i think the saints brown is stepping into a situation that scrape for him and this is what i. This is what. I come back to saint bad and i. I know that these two receivers aren't necessarily the most similar by keep coming back to kenny. Golladay when he first went till lines. We'll see third fourth round pick. Also he came down where there was a genuine Where there was opportunity for him to be the number one receiver in the And he took advantage of that. That opportunity and same opportunity has been presented to saint brown. I don't think this same brown is as talented as golladay. But i think that that is close to the ceiling. Distinct brown house. That would which is why. I'm high him and in that aspect but low but there's also an equally as likely chance that saint brown is just never going to be able to send to wide receiver one

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The Bare Bones HUD for Tourneys and Anonymous Sites

Smart Poker Study Podcast

04:27 min | 3 weeks ago

The Bare Bones HUD for Tourneys and Anonymous Sites

"So the barebones hud has seven elements to it. I'm gonna hit them each one at a time right now but i forgot to mention this earlier before the combat if you go to the show notes page for today smart booker said dot com slash bare bones hud. You can see a youtube video. That i posted there showing exactly how to create the seven element hood for yourself already. So the first element is the note editor now. This is in poker tracker for the no editor is super important because it's necessary for color coating your opponents by player type once you make some kind of read on them also in case you want to put a player note for when you're reviewing hands later on that note editor is important and lastly within the note editor if you've never actually opened up and take a look or taken a look. There is an auto notes feature that list. The hands that your opponent has shown down and how they played them pre flop did they three bit with pocket kings did they call with pocket kings. Whatever might be now. The second element is the player name now of course this is especially useful for tournaments when players. Come and go right as you're playing. You're paying attention to the action or paying attention to another table. Maybe and you might miss that. Bob one-two-three he left the table and is replaced by susan. Seven eight nine but that hud sometimes doesn't catch up for one or two hands so it's a really good idea to see that name. Make sure they correspond when they do. You know those hud stats belong to that player and now you can make some reads based on the base on the percentages to exploit them all right. The third element is the number of hands. Of course the more hands you have on a player just the more reliable. The numbers are in general. I think that reliability kind of begins at eighteen hands. If you're playing six. Max that's three orbits or flooring to orbits right so everybody has seen every position at least twice or three times. You start to develop reads right there. I'm not saying it's one hundred percent reliable. But that's where it begins. Eighteen hands two. Or three rounds. However you can start to understand your opponent after just four hands. Truly if they're v. Pippen forehands is one hundred percent. You're likely against a lose player right likely. Not one hundred percent sure but it's pretty close loose play right. There played for hands out of the four that you've seen them and being dealt if there is zero percent in twelve hands very likely a tight player now. Let's couple this with some other stuff right. If they're veep hip in four hands is one hundred percent. And you're thinking to yourself sky. That's not good enough to know that he's a loose player. Well what if you've been paying attention and you've seen those forehands where he v pipped two times. He called a to bet the two other times he limped and called a raise. Yeah now that you couple the actual actions. They've made with that one. Hundred percent v pip. You are up against super loose and passive fish and it's only been four hands but here's one of the critical things you've got to be willing to change any early. Read that you make. Because as you play more hands their stats are gonna converge to their actual tendencies. And maybe that's around fifty sixty hands or so and anything beyond that one hundred two hundred and you get yet. You're pretty darn certain that those numbers are they're tendencies and you can really start to exploit it then all right. So those first three things were elements not statistical elements but just useful parts of the hud. These next two right here are where the stats start in. These two are the most critical stats to have v. pip and pf are now these an initial read on their player type over time. Like i said everyone's tendencies play out and the numbers converge and you can be pretty confident that that forty slash five player. Yeah super loos fish right the other eighteen slash six team player totally tied aggressive. That's probably what your stats end up in the long run and that other guy thirty three slash twenty-seven yeah super loose aggressive player. Right and that other player even the maniac fifty slash forty two you have super maniacal player now by knowing their player type and just using. Epfr to get you that you can better play the player with your list of general exploits that you know work against each player type

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What Farmers Need to Be Modern, Climate-Friendly and Profitable

TED Talks Daily

02:07 min | 3 weeks ago

What Farmers Need to Be Modern, Climate-Friendly and Profitable

"With me today. Is beth ford. The ceo of land-o-lakes a farming cooperative that works across the united states and in dozens of countries around the world. And she's gonna share with us her vision about how to create a better future for farmers. That's both environmentally and economically sustainable. Hi thank you so much for being here face for the invitation. I'm looking forward to the conversation. Let's first talk about the broadband issue. At how big of a problem is this. And how does it affect the farming community. Both as as you said as families and as businesses so the estimates have been that eighteen million americans lack broadband access. Fourteen million are in rural america. Now having said that the broadband. I'm trying to remember what the name of the organization is did a study and they actually say the numbers more like forty two million and the reason is the is inaccurate. So what could happen is let's have a seven eleven and a town in that has wifi or broadband access because they laid a line it would show up on the map though that largely has broadbent and it does not in so it's a significant issue. Think about the education of your children. I know you have three. I have three and they're you know many of them were doing remote schooling will. What's happening on the farm. This is legitimately. what's occurring. Is that the teacher from the town. Is driving paper homework out to the farms to give them the homework so that they can continue to go to school and and that's just one example of many and so this is a major challenge because if we don't have basic wiring we can say we. We need like a nineteen thirties rural electric initiative where we go across the country. And we make this. This should be a right. This should be something that is a basic like mail delivery electrcity. This should not be Just for those who have and the scale of it is estimated to be eighty to one hundred billion dollars to close this gap but the challenge of that is that You get the funding and then how is it implemented

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Why Should You Care About Shadow Banking?

Money For the Rest of Us

02:12 min | 3 weeks ago

Why Should You Care About Shadow Banking?

"Shadow banking is something that i have spoken about specifically on the podcast. Although we have discussed numerous investments and other vehicles that are a form of shadow. Banking crypto currency lending is shadow banking investing in a money market mutual fund is shadow banking lending or borrowing on peer to peer lending platforms is shadow banking. There are many different types. In fact shadow banking makes up half of the global financial system according to the financial stability board. What exactly is shadow. Banking shadow banks are entities that perform some function of traditional banks. But they are much less regulated. They don't offer depository insurance in case they go bankrupt nor do the shadow banks maintain accounts at the central bank so they don't get access to central bank funding in its role as lender of last resort the financial stability board which is an international body that monitors and makes recommendations about the global financial system. It's made up of treasury and central bank officials around the world. They do an annual report on what they call nonbank financial intermediation and be f. I which is a fancy name for the obama in their most recent report. They pointed out that the nba fi sector shadow banks account for forty nine point five percent of the global financial system. That's at year end. Two thousand nineteen and it compares to forty two percent in two thousand eight shadow banks have a number of functions that they play in the economy. The first is as savings and investment vehicles and investment in a money market mutual fund. A topic that. We discussed in-depth in episode three thirty three. How the kovic shock nearly destroyed the financial system. that's an investment in shadow bank.

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Elle Kamihira on Her Documentary "Jennifer 42"

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01:50 min | Last month

Elle Kamihira on Her Documentary "Jennifer 42"

"You know you. And i have known each other for a little bit now and i'm so excited that i finally get to talk to you about your project. Jennifer forty two. I don't think i've actually. I can think of any other documentary. That's used animation as a tool. Are you the i you think of films like Worlds the sheer or persepolis. Or even the breadwinner there are some. Ns actually gaining popularity now animated documentary animation. It's used more and more in documentaries to sort of illustrate things that are hard to hard to film but yeah as a first fully animated documentary feature. Why don't you tell us what the story is about. What made you decide to work on it. He asked so. I was researching chorus of control. And i was talking to evans stark. And a lot of other experts and actually evans star took me off to this investigative report. That had been written about jennifer's case. And i read it and just felt like the story was just so emblematic of not just of course of control how the system is just not equipped to deal with domestic violence and what happens to women in long abusive relationships and so i started with interviewing michelle cruz. Who investigated wrote that report. And then i started working with the jennifer's surviving. Children jessica david and emily and just built it from there

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"forty seconds" Discussed on The Empty Bowl

The Empty Bowl

02:41 min | 7 months ago

"forty seconds" Discussed on The Empty Bowl

"I've been trying to find a serial that i had as a child. I don't remember what it was called and have made absolutely no progress and figuring out. I was really hoping you could help. It was a lucky charms slash marshmallow. Macy's like cereal but the bits banana flavored. They weren't advertised this way but they definitely were may have been a store brand. I live in south carolina. If that helps it may even be discontinued. It's such an important flavor of my childhood is. I'm sure you can understand if you're not able to help. I totally understand. I just didn't know where else to turn. That's from sweet crusade in south carolina. Does this ring any bells for you. I don't think it does and part of the reason. I wanted us to read it on. The air is just in case and you went out. There can identify what this is. Because i really really. I get a fair number of emails from people trying to identify these very very vague cereals from their past memory. And i'm really sad when i can't contribute any sort of Confident suggestion to that search. So there's gotta be someone out here listening to our show that this rings a bell too. So yeah if you know what sirius' can head to mail dot rest and we can link you up link your answer up with sweet crusade in south carolina While we and we will also had definitely a read it on the show. Because i'm sure it's bugging people until until then yeah. We asked you our beloved listeners. If you had a jar of cinnamon toast since august What would you do with it. And you were kind. Enough to indulge us with Your answers so we're going to listen to those now. Dear dan justine. My name is mantha from boston. And it's such a treat able to weigh in on some creative uses for cinnamon toast crunch test. I work in memory care and each year. My residents in i- homemake lip scrubs gift to the nurses during the holidays. These exfoliating scrubs are made from sugar and coconut oil. But i wonder how replacing that sugar with cinnamon toast. Crunch dust mites sweden. Everything up. i do worry that will end up eating the scrubs before we can give them but regardless. It's something i'd be willing to try this year. Thank you so much for this podcast and this space take good care. Hello cereal lovers sir. Adrian from boston. I'm here to share my idea for using cinnamon toast crunch dust. I have a treat. I used to make growing up around the holidays. When i'm baking pies for this you'll take scraps of pied don't get used or trimmed off. Roll them out again and cut them into strips.

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"forty seconds" Discussed on Le Batard & Friends - Mystery Crate

Le Batard & Friends - Mystery Crate

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"forty seconds" Discussed on Le Batard & Friends - Mystery Crate

"I was out of my home outside of that yet. So much hockey this board hosting comes back is hoping comes back which is coming back next. Wednesday's The challenge on MTV sport. What are you talking about was the last night we watched on? I want to know you need to start watching the challenge because the challenge used to. Kinda just be like real world and road rules people and they go and they do like somewhat physical things but like they weren't like athletes per se. Now it's like everybody is just across person and everything that they do is like insane and like they seem also like these giant titans of people and then he looked them up online. And you're like holy crap this person. It's like Jackson's doing all these things it's like I can't do. It is five foot four. Not that that's like all but like they look Jack and then they talk about a hundred and fifty pounds like one hundred and fifty pounds like Oh my God. I can't remember the last time I weighed a hundred and fifty pounds. But it's basically like cross for competitions that they'll do like once or twice an episode and they locked them all in a house together and they just like over serve them very clearly and it's just fights Galore which is like the exhausting part of if you like watch too much like God like like you guys are like forty years old. Why are you still fighting over the same thing every season? Everybody's fighting with each other like when are we going to move past these petty beasts? But it's coming back next. Get Ready Roy. You're on this. No you're.

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"forty seconds" Discussed on Le Batard & Friends - Mystery Crate

Le Batard & Friends - Mystery Crate

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"forty seconds" Discussed on Le Batard & Friends - Mystery Crate

"What did you do yesterday? Live yesterday to the fullest. Well yesterday I actually am. We're you know we're living this. Life of the corona virus trying to stay inside actually ventured out of my house yesterday for the first time in a few days and I decided to get some bonefish grill outside little curbside pickup and I like I talked about in last week's Mr Create. I'm really I'm getting really good at not touching things when I'm going out you know I didn't touch any door. Basically touched nothing inside of bonefish grill when I walked inside of their. I've got really really good. Not Touching things also like I have to take my dog out to walk and go to the bathroom a couple times a day and I've gotten to the point where I can open and close doors with the dons leash like I'm not even touching things I just will swoop it around and I'll open the door and then I'll close it and then when I don't close like successfully that's like a lower court in my day. 'cause I'm uh now I'm locked out and they have to try to take an elevator which obviously I don't want to take an elevator. They don't want to push the buttons rise that whole deal but I've gotten really good at not touching things I've been using not the elbow. I have someone tweeted that me. Just kind of going off on tangents. Someone else wanted emmy which is like a really thing that I hadn't thought about is we're all like shaking hands with our elbows touching things with our elbows hands or whatever but then we're coughing into our elbows and we're bringing our Elba's tour face the I get these things these germs on my elbow. And then I have it right next to my face. Am I going to contaminate myself? It's the opposite.

"forty seconds" Discussed on Who Positive

Who Positive

10:10 min | 2 years ago

"forty seconds" Discussed on Who Positive

"Douglas Adams it's my forty second episode. So what better thing to talk about than to talk about Mr Douglas Adams? Douglas Adams had a career on doctor. Who before going on to write Hitchhikers Guide to the galaxy which his one of my favorite books of all time probably Douglas Adams was the script editor on seasons. Seventeen and he also wrote a couple episodes like seep death Pirate Planet and Shahdeh Shehadeh animated and released. So that's a cool thing at checkout. It's on the BLU rays and other media platforms and such and I would recommend watching it and I would also recommend listening to the big finish version of it featuring Paul mcgann the eighth doctor instead of Tom Baker the fourth Dr. Douglas Adams was one of those guys that he was smart. He was funny and when he wrote Hitchhikers Guide to the galaxy in all of its forms. Radio play novel. What HAVE YOU? It just popped off the page which is hilarious and for me for a book to be equally insightful and hilarious was kind of a revelation and that's one of my favorite books. It's also really short. Douglas Adams famously did not really like writing that much and had to be locked in a hotel room to finish the second novel restaurant at the end of the universe and I just find that Hilarious as a not quite successful author myself. I find the idea of Douglas Adams. My favorite author have you do be forced to write a kinship with that but forced me to write. But that's why I have this podcast though so I can. I can get my ideas out somehow but w tie to doctor who is Something that goes through the show since he worked on it in eighties. There are references to Arthur Dent in the tenth doctor's time the seventh doctor makes a paraphrase of a line from hitchhikers guide to the galaxy. Douglas Adams also never met an idea that he didn't like to use at least twice he was going to use an idea that later became the universe that everything doctor who but instead it became life the universe and everything is third book. Shahdeh parts of that became dirk gently simplistic detective agency so he. He's got a bunch of stuff going on that if you know if he can't use it he's GonNa use it another and I appreciate that about. Douglas Adams also That he he was fond of his ideas. He was more than willing to use them. Come hell or high water but I really enjoyed Douglas Adams. One of the few regrets I have in life is that I had an opportunity to meet Douglas Adams at something some time ago in the past and I didn't for whatever reason and of course Mr Adams has since passed on but I would have really loved to have shaken his hand and just let them know how much his writing affected my life in a really positive way and Talking about Douglas Adams and how much I enjoy stuff is is really Cathartic. It's just great to think back on all of those moments reading his stuff and just laughing out loud. I don't know that I'd ever experienced a book. That just made me roll around on the floor laughing literally before. That was a thing that people said. I just reading hitchhikers guide to the Galaxy for the first time for me was very much transformative it. It really made me into an absurdist I would say and I I appreciate the setups. Take on so many things in those books. I've really enjoyed it and I I also enjoy the indelible mark. He left on doctor who the Zany nece added to doctor. Who and the insight at the same time being humorous. I think it was great I missed greatly. I gotta get back to reading And another thing one of these days the last book which was completed by a different author but the last book that he had started writing before he died. One of these days. I'll I'll I'll get back to that I'll read it. It's just hard because after I finish reading that that's it. There's there's no more so I'm kind of hanging onto it for a rainy day. But you done this Adams. Great author if you haven't read his stuff. I highly recommend reading stuff. If you haven't watched doctor who episodes I recommend doctor who episodes city of death You might remember Jon Allen. I talked about city of death while ago. And it's it's one of those classic classic episodes. It's good stuff. Shadow is also one of those talked about episodes as people wishing that had been completed and now with the animated version featuring Tom Baker it has been completed. So that's worth checking out right. They're thugs Adams. He is definitely missed bad day at a day-to-day that's actually not true. At all I had one bad moment today that stuck with me and that I allowed to permeate the rest of my day. It's just an interaction with a colleague that I was hurt by a little bit and instead of letting the person know. Hey you know what you just did there that that was kind of hurtful and I. I didn't appreciate that I just let it fester and I let it stew and that's never thing but I also let it get to me and it happens. It happens to everybody. You know we all have those times that something just hits you wrong. Something just hits you in the wrong way and it just gets is India and it's hard to get out hard to get out of your head. I've given many people advice when they're having bad day or just sat and listened to them when they're having a bad day and you know tried to comment tried to get him to think about positive things. Things are great for four. Things are looking forward to so. I have all these like platitudes. That can give to people. When they're having a bad day that I can say. Hey you know what? You're looking forward to what something you really enjoyed last week. That anything but of course when you're in it when you've got that thing in you that's bugging you. It's really hard to remember those perhaps tidbits of wisdom that you would share with another person and apply yourself but instead of holding onto this this little annoyance from the day any longer. When I'm doing I'm talking about it here on this podcast. Which is one of my favorite things to do. I really enjoy talking. Everybody I it makes me feel really good getting things out talking about my favorite stuff. Things are looking forward to and also. I'm reminding myself of the things that I would say if I was listening to myself if I was sitting down with me and and hearing what I was saying I would say things like well you know. Be kind to yourself for the rest of the day. You get yourself a treat you know. Maybe think about something that you've really enjoyed over the past few days. Maybe Watch television. Show that you really looking forward to maybe watch the eleventh doctor episode the power of three tonight. Because you've been looking forward to do that for awhile. So maybe I'll do that right after I finish this podcast thirteenth Dr Coat so ordered thirteenth. Dr Coat and I had kind of forgotten that I had ordered it and it arrived the other day and I was like. Oh my God. This is an awesome thirteenth. Dr Coat and I realized that I had in fact ordered it for myself but that means I am very close to having a thirteenth doctor. 'cause play all. I need now. Are The pants emily? Kettles and tells me I'm probably sized ten. I think she's being little kind. I think I may be more of a twelve or fourteen but once I get those pants I will have myself a thirteenth house play and I think about 'cause play the thing I really enjoy about. 'cause play as. I have a really nice seventh doctor cost. I think that's my best doctor who caused play. My second best is my fourth doctor. 'cause play it has a scarf that Catherine knit for me. So it's a very special Kaz play because someone put a lot of work into it for me and that and it looks amazing. The scarf looks amazing. The only thing that makes the fourth doctor. 'cause play not my best. Cows play is my hair and its lack of curls and bonus but with the seventh doctor when I can wear the hat and good but after fourth doctor. I would probably say my eleventh doctor. Purple Coco's play. And then my eleventh doctor. Then my eleventh doctor Tweet coat. Kaz Play and then my twelve. Dr Koss play now. I've been working on a fifth doctor. 'cause plate for a while now but I there's so many elements of that one. That are just gonNa be really hard to find a TV really hard to find the perfect jacket and the perfect pants for that one. And I've always always always always wanted a six doctor 'cause play because it's such an iconic look much like the seventh doctor's question mark jumper the six doctors whole look like something you're never gonna see on anything else except for that character so. I've always wanted a sixth doctor. Cows play one of these days. I'll get that. I'll get that for myself but man. I'm really excited about getting a thirteenth doctor. House play together partially because it is the first time that I will be cross playing doctor which is really really cool. I love that I will have that opportunity kind of that way to say that you know what the perceived gender of the doctor doesn't matter the doctors still the doctor and I just think that that's awesome and I'm looking forward to it. I'm so happy I got the thirteenth Dr Code. Just need those pants now. I got I got the T shirt. I've got pricers. I've got an awesome pair of boots that I also use for my eleventh doctor. 'cause plays just those pants just those pants. But I forgot to say what I really enjoy about. 'cause play in general is that you get to inhabit the physicality of the character that you're betraying you get to like take on persona a little bit and show the world that you love this character and you love this thing in a way that you don't get any other way and I and I really enjoy that about house play. It's the closest that I get to really feeling like the doctor and that makes it cool and fun. That's all for this episode. I'VE BEEN ANTI. This has been positive. Thank you for listening..

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"forty seconds" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

The Ross Bolen Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"forty seconds" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

"Fox sports to tomorrow decide like oh we're going to have a real website again no one would go there because they've turned into trach right it's amazing there's has been bad because fox sports used to be like at least a sim i reliable and it was sort of like a news source you could find the things that you could find on espn dot com and now it's like another just i don't i don't watch the channel and this is a game on it and i don't even know who works there frankly i know coward or is there because he's there most famous person probably but yeah skip if you skip bayless that's a whole for the purposes of his his stick if that's your reasoning like you you probably aren't great yeah and if you're really compelled to go to foxsports com to see skip bayless talk about lebron james you could have just watched like the last fourteen years of his career that's all the guy does so he's not going to have a fresh today now he's bad takes anyway there's the pivot to video is trash couple one other thing want to mention is cindy nece things a couple of people want to send us things it's great i really appreciate they sent ross us great jersey very special buteau is beautiful and i don't know if i mentioned this on the podcast or not but i i've oftentimes i talked about listening to the tony kornheiser podcast one of the guests that they have on a lot is steve young and so twenty code has the quarterback yeah the quarterback they'll have him under and football i'm not big pti and steve young is excellent as guest but kornheiser has learned this philosophy and now i have learned this philosophy from him that he learned from steve young which is oh you want me to try out your product you want me to talk about your product you want me to possibly endorse your product you want to send me something for free here's what you say to that person who wants to do business with you send me a box of that send me a box of that sin me a box of that so if you send me a box of it i'm the chances that i talked about it are pretty high.

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"forty seconds" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

The Ross Bolen Podcast

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"forty seconds" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

"Sports but like fox sports if you go to foxsports dot com there is no news it is nothing but video clips that's it that they pivoted video in their fired all the run they pivoted and it's there's nothing valuable on this website it's just the number one thing on fox sports com colin callard video then there's a soccer video then they're skip bayless yelling about lebron this could be any day of the year basically yeah so i'm not going to pay them that's what you get if you go there sometimes i find myself on cbs sports for different reasons they've also done a really good job with seo where if you type in like picked to sports teams astros rangers gametime a cbs sports com article will pop up and we'll give you the time see here's think that's a great strategy it really is a great strategy if all you care about is clicks in page views which is a fucking terrible strategy because if you look at the front page of their site right now the titles of the columns are all made for purposes big twelve schedule rankings best bets odds on fills cords and more teams need longterm planet qb it's all written it's not for entertainment is just the most basic computerized breakdown of like what words are people going to search the most that we can turn into bullshit and then when you click on one to get the fucking answers video place what you want that's not what you want so show anti outs to anyone who pivot who as a leader of immediate vision so let's pivots video and i know the thinking is that you can eat more.

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"forty seconds" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

The Ross Bolen Podcast

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"forty seconds" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

"My first my first note and i have three things i'd like to talk about today well to in a correction one the pivot to video this is trash i think you guys anyone who's followed the internet and i assume that you have you're listening to us knows about what is known in the industry is the pivot video this was an excuse to lay off a lot of journalists over the last two or three years we've seen it several times and just writers in general i should say writers more than journalists you pick your site it happens sports media and happens sort of any online media the worst offenders of this is cbs sports com i don't know if you've ever cbs sports come no matter what page you go to you will get an auto play video and there is nothing in the world i hate more than auto play video is really to play i don't wanna watch it don't you dare auto play any video on cbs are the worst because they're just video of like clips saying the same thing from the actual article blow it's like i came here to read this not here you summarize it i hate you cbs sports are com is the single worst offender of i just pulled it up and it's like i feel bad giving them even like the page view that i'm giving them but yet they've essentially tried to replace any dull writing like editorial with juice strata video and the thing is like i get why they were fooled into making this decision but there are most of the time when i'm trying to get sports info unless i'm in front of a tv and have sports center on and i just don't fucking care i i need to be able to read it because i'm either public or at work i can't watch your fucking video well here's the problem i don't frequency bs.

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"forty seconds" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

The Ross Bolen Podcast

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"forty seconds" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

"Try eat fresh at checkout and get ten percent off on jim dot com it's time for our last segment and this is segment we've never done before and frankly i don't really know what to expect but it was suggested by one of you one of the members of the gang that we allow mica a little more free reign in his own segment that we're going to call the mica minute and this is the first ever integration of the mike minute as starting now terrific what is treat thank you ross are you okay i asked my girlfriend about this segment i told her that i was going to do something called the mike minute and i hope you run your stop watch to see if i can keep it read at a minute i am and she compared me when i explained what it was she said you're like the andy rooney of this podcast to wit i thought and i thought again in those like maybe yeah sure so that's sort of what this is for those of you under thirty andy rooney was a crotchety old man who delivered a closing mono monologue i guess you could say essay on sixty minutes to in the show every week and they were just really done i mean not dumb but they ran lists they he would often talk about you know why do you drive on parkway but park on a driveway yeah yeah and he'd have fruit on his desk and talk about so this is the mike minute the first ever.

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"forty seconds" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

The Ross Bolen Podcast

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"forty seconds" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

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"forty seconds" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

The Ross Bolen Podcast

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"forty seconds" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

"You can't do dick we would book trees i do not respect would wailing woods the number two worst place to drop them for night and the number one worst place to drop in fortnight is loot lake people who love lake are truly sick in the head is a massive wide open lake with water slows you down substantially when you run through it why the fuck would you do that to yourself why fuck loot lake and i apologize for everybody who doesn't play fortnight and has no idea what i was just talking about hopefully you were smart enough to skip through that segment entirely but those were the five five wars places to drop him ford night next segment houston rap song of the week this week's houston rap song is by travis scott and it is titled antidote liking zaidi antidote this is true scott's dozen fifteen album rodeo and just a little background on travis scott he was born jack we webster in nineteen ninetytwo in missouri city houston texas same place zeros from the mo city don he's also known as laugh flame cactus jack which is ironic because the pirate we just discussed and trav graduated from elkins high school later attended utsa the university of texas san antonio which i did not know before he dropped out and to fully pursue his his music career when he was a sophomore can't wait to see this dude at acl this year i've had so many people since the segment where mike and i discussed the lineup tell me he's one of the best or the best live show they've ever seen so now i'm really hyped and i've i've read the stories about him he got arrested for inciting a riot after one of his concerts so you can bet your ass that my thirty year old self will be roughly seventy rose deep for.

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"forty seconds" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

The Ross Bolen Podcast

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"forty seconds" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

"Here's why like this it's got all the benefits of dusty david compacted down into like a bad ass little cratered trailer park deal there's absolutely nine hundred ninety nine steel waiting for you there there's a handful of chests but there's also assorted good lou like decent loot just kind of laying around all over the place i guess as a result of the explosion is supposed to be or whatever but the only downside is you can really get boned by the storm if things don't go your way but that's kind of the case with all my favorites to be honest it is what it is number three haunted hills i hit haunted at times where there were literally ten fucking chess there in its everybody noises place because it's creepy but it allows you the opportunity to load a big time on loot in brick and if you get lucky on the circle pleasant park is always there to the southeast for you to ransack afterward and just start racking up kills haunted hills highly underrated my opinion number three number two hotel motel holiday inn and i'll be straight you have the reason that designs it number two is because i love asking my squad you wanna land the hotel motel holiday inn it's just it's that little it's the hotel to the west of anarchy acres and there's always at least four chest in the general vicinity there's also a small crater with more chess and meteor crystals to the north west on the other side of shit house and you can always make your way to nrp acres afterward love the hotel motel holiday and but my number one favorite drop spot in fortnight is and will probably always be unless they destroyed snobby shores this is my snobby my jam above all other jams it's made up a five different houses it's usually not overcrowded gives you plenty of options on where to hit i it sectioned off you can get strategic and maintain safety of that your goal and it's right there on the equator of the map like in the dead s center on the far west side a love snobby in his got good as loot in every single house snobby forever.

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"forty seconds" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

The Ross Bolen Podcast

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"forty seconds" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

"To continue the educational experience of the rose bowl and podcast our next segment is bad as pirates you haven't heard of this babes name is an bonnie it's another female one of the most female famous female pirates of all time what are the only famous female pirates of all time she was a strong independent woman way ahead of her time an irish pirate who operated in the caribbean and bonnie and the little bit that we do know about here and her life came from captain charles johnson's general history of the robberies and murders of the most notorious pirates and for whatever reason in the title of his book charles johnson spills pirates py our ats i don't know what like a european i know anyway back to end bonnie reason that's important to note where the information comes from is because this was obviously during a time when you know not the most effort was being put forth to accurately put into history all these pirates that wasn't necessarily the english fucking historians weren't like man we gotta make sure we get all the accurate details about and bonnie that's just not the way it worked so we've got we've got in it is what it is but the reason bonnie is so cool there's a lot of gender stuff involved here and she challenged the wholesalers adage that a woman's presence on a ship invites bad luck she was one of the few successful female pirates in ones that gained fame and notoriety says she was kind of a pioneer on the female front of not just pirating but in general of women's rights in a way she was a daughter of a servant woman mary brennan and br.

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"forty seconds" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

The Ross Bolen Podcast

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"forty seconds" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

"Is because he rocked all white camouflage and would frequently pack dinsmore of snow in front of his position to conceal himself which also provided padding for his rifle in reduce the characteristic puff of snow stirred up by the muzzle blast and on top of that he was also known to keep snow in his mouth while sniping to prevent his steamy breaths from giving away his position in the cold air white fucking death that's how you get the nickname y debt you go him with a sniper rifle you eat snow and you pack of snow in front of position where all fucking white people will start calling it turns out because of stalin joseph stalin the leader of the soviet union was his purge he purged all of the military experts in the nineteen thirties because as history has shown he was extremely paranoid in irrational and the red army was highly disorganized as a result during this time period soviet troops didn't even have white camouflage suits for most of this winter war which obviously made them very easy visible to snipers cmo in these winter conditions so these morons are running around in regular cammo in this dude pieced up with a fucking mound of snow in front of them an all white kevlar just picking people off which you know you might argue that that takes a little bit away from the number of people he was able to kill but it's not his fault you play the team in front of you you know what i'm saying like it's not his fault they were trash gotta shoot who you go shoot because he was such a bad dude the soviets used counter snipers artillery strikes in an attempt to kill cmo in on march six nineteen forty he was hit in his lower left jaw by an explosive bullet fired by red army soldier he was picked up and carried a safety by fellow soldiers who at the time said half his face was missing but he did not die he regained consciousness on march thirteenth the day peace was declared however it did take him several years to recuperate recuperate excuse me from that wound in it's still very much if you look he's no longer.

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"forty seconds" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

The Ross Bolen Podcast

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"forty seconds" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

"Anyway that was when edibles go horribly wrong don't be like joseph de hoek the fourth be more like joseph di hudek third i'm just assuming that by the way he could be like a psychotic don't be like any of these people the thing that goes on set about the third here is it's very likely the fourth doesn't actually three hundred people right and we're not align hundred people bird may not be writing checks for people but the third might be such an important person that it's worth people taking the time to write the letter like either he's the greatest guy in the world or if i'm your boss and i say hey we were let it for my son and you realize like this can score points with your boss or your some businessman in another business guy that you want to do some business with s you read a letter you're going to write the letter you don't just write these goody fucking heart now less the fourth is true angel which might be i don't yeah it could be that this dude just had one bad day but i'm looking at the guy looking at a photo of just just judging off face value here find it hard to believe by the way his mother is a delta employees that might be why there you go there's the ticket for why lights he was traveling on a dependent past visit a friend in china his poor mother i'm sure she's probably been fired as a result you have to think can't be good for her career no and anyway that was that next segment speaking of eaten way too many edibles stuff to wikipedia when you're doing another one this week because somebody sent me this and shut out to you shout out to everybody who sends me stuff to potentially be interested in i i was like i'd never heard of this dude and i'm site so we're going to do it what you want to type into wickham pedia is sl imo dat or space bar h y aj seem ohio i believe is how it's pronounced i'm not positive on cultured swine this guy was nicknamed white death by the red army he was a finnish sniper reportedly killed five hundred and five to five hundred and forty two men during the nineteen thirty nine to nineteen forty winter.

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"forty seconds" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

The Ross Bolen Podcast

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"forty seconds" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

"Joseph di hudek the fourth is about as ridiculous as you could possibly be i mean sure joseph di hodak third boss yeah we're going to hear a little bit about him in a second but do you know who i am anyway several passengers eventually restrain this nut before you know so that he doesn't ruin the flight and the plane returned to seattle tacoma international airport where he was arrested in february of two thousand eighteen hudek pled guilty to one count of interfering with a flight crew member and three counts of salt on an aircraft in on tuesday of this week hudek was sentenced to two years in prison which is not where you want to end up so what happened why did hudek freak out on this this flight and do all this crazy shit now yesterday to years in prison will it turns out he wanted to sleep on the overseas flight in ingested at least three maybe four they're not certain either as he ten gram marijuana candies before boarding the plane and i'm gonna ssume that this article they mean milligram because if they mean graham i'm almost i don't think they make ten gram candies that's that's too much too many grams so let's call it milligrams ten milligram marijuana candies before we boarded the plant so three or four of these things and he suffered delusions who's the nations and endured what is being referred to as marijuana induced psychosis as a result like those part of his defense in this court case was that he was he was temporarily insane as the result of marijuana induced psychosis now for the record when i take an edible i take half of a ten milligram gummy.

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"forty seconds" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

The Ross Bolen Podcast

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"forty seconds" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

"Ones as part of the orbi gang you get a discount on man outfitters which is our one stop clothing shop for men founded owned and operated by us here grand ex you can hit men up dot com and use the code eat fresh at checkout to get fifteen percent off your whole order if you spend one hundred fifty bucks or more free shipping included the whole idea behind man outfitters is that shopping sucks dudes the mall is trash it's hard should to keep up with new styles and trends you end up looking like doofus sweep fan pick the best brands in the world and we come through and select their best products and then we offer those products on men appanage dot com and make things easy for you so if you're like me and you wanna look good but you don't want to spend a ton of time stand up on the latest styles or brands or whatever then men out that is the place for you the other thing is we constantly on the lookout for up and coming brands that don't have much exposure as is and we throw them up on the side as well so yeah you can find staples like the north face vineyard vines all these other brands big brands that you're familiar with but you can also discover lesser known brands you might not know even existed the moment like fayette chilling keeton in barney cools and burmese and pesca more to or good examples of brands i was not aware of until we started carrying him on men outfitters dot com so again hitman up dot com today use the code eat fresh e at f r e s h one word at checkout you'll get fifteen percent off your order you spent one hundred fifty bucks free shipping ross we should also tell people to check out the grill master giveaway through today i believe are actually through friday on man outfitters if you go to man outfitters dot com slash grill master like a master of the grill all you have to do is.

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"forty seconds" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

The Ross Bolen Podcast

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"forty seconds" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

"Welcome to episode forty two of the ross bowl in podcast rvp forty two brought to you by grand x media i'm your host bras bolan here at the grand media studios in austin texas with producer mike o winer hello bill it is great speak here when an exciting day for ross bohlin podcast episode forty two yeah yeah yeah you got it if you knew the show every episode is broken down into segments would you can find with time cues in the description makes things real nice and easy for you you don't have to listen to any of the preceding episodes in order to enjoy rb p forty two but if you like it go back in this new mall forty one others you could be listening to pass the time enjoy yourself and that way you don't miss out on any inside jokes running jokes or anything of that nature again i just got our numbers are ridiculous right now the listenership is like through the fuck and roof it's it's growing at a pace like i mean i i'm proud of the show and i put a lot of work into it and so i enjoy seeing the numbers go up but they're going even faster than i can kind of explain at the moment so i'm i just wanted to say a quick thank you y'all for for all the support especially over the past couple of weeks and nuts you could fall the show on instagram at the rose bowl in podcast and on twitter at ross bohlin pod every day we're putting out content that's related this show and things we talk about we fill up our instagram story with slides that all the different rb p gang members of cinta mike and i on snapchat you could follow me on snapchat at w r bowling keeps sending me those snaps senator mike would you mike at mike it am i c h x those are are snapchat s keep sending us more and more stuff and we'll keep loading up the instagram story at the roz bull and podcast on instagram we'll keep loading it up with all the best.

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