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Fresh update on "freeman" discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"You've been on the main podcast you've been on and you've been on. You've got time for this little podcasts. Well tom this is the original and the best reds my loyalties. I'm staying here with you guys. We've got so much more tag. This log came from. Say we've got fascinating episode. This week i mean loosely. We're talking about a christmas gifts to get you know you cycling friends and stuff. There's so much more to. I mean that you've done an interview with the guy. Called henryford is and kind of whites. Play the out. It said he's a fascinating guy and you cover so much so we'll hear about that and also we're going to hear about maybe the chain. The humble bicycle chain being redeveloped chain. That's going to change the world. The chains could change the will possibly later well across the board day. Could really you know it really is the reinvention in the chain. That could change pretty much. Everything from cycling to manufacturing to give. This is what i wanted to catch up with you because it's been it's been a month premature best of a month We can now reveal your new team. Been desperate to do that. So you'll with this year with services it. Wmt yeah seems like old news now. Like you said it's been it's been everywhere and podcast were the i know. Even though the cycling progress tech show is the last place for it to be announced but No it's it's really good news. I'm really excited. Fresh star and the biggest thing is that that banks toiling power drill range. Maybe not that far away. Because at least i've got some top quality. Tungsten carbide tools to to put in it from searches. It w well talking to tools. Actually i haven't asked you. We all izzy but you because of tools in a car so outside your hand once again. I'm outside the house because the building doing the roof today so actually you can still hear it so apologies for that but you know it's just nice to have some some really authentic tag background noise for you guys on the cars driving past. Well will you. Team must be quite exciting. Because i guess you get unloads. A new new tech arrive in day by day. Well i did have a really exciting helmet delivery this morning. I'm after go and do some area testing soon Yeah i got my got my new helmet so it's really exciting. We're off on a training camp in december and So yeah i'll get on my new bikes in uk. And and i mean new bike day is going to be one of the best days of the year for cyclists so and obey which. I'm going to be on next year. They've just released this really cool new time trial bike. Actually i was asked about this over on the main part because somebody spotted dot on the new factor bike. So that's something that the facts that haven't released yet. They've even talked about yet. But if you want to race a bike in the olympics and twenty twenty one thousand two hundred twenty twenty olympics and twenty twenty one then. It needs to have been used in competition the previous year. It was a bit tricky this year. Because obviously you you tend to use it quite late in the year so you tend to usually use a competition where there's no running so the chances of people seeing this new tack is quite low and then people can't really copy it but the vuelta both for the men and the women was the only opportunity that these bikes can be used for both factor and all in order to get them kind of certified by Such that the by the that. They've been used in competition this year therefore they could be used in the olympics next year. So the bike dan martin was riding in time. Travel was totally blacked out. young quite different to the old factor to time trial bike. That had the split down cheap and the thing. Is you say you know. They've got. Chris freeman that team next year if he is in top form for next year's olympics then he's going to want to be on this bike so yeah i'm excited about newburgh day but And there's a lot of new tack there in the new or time trial by can We've caught the over okay. Era bikes as well. So is really exciting and Yeah i'm. I'm just looking forward to kind of planning planning for things to come and hopefully a relatively normal season next year. I think the what we've done this year has shown that that we can. We can raise safely and You know the organizers vote on such a good job brings together so yeah let's just keep fingers crossed for For a resumption of a normal season in two one. What what'd you start then as a year have you got. You'll you'll cut on the plan yet. I guess it's coming coming into shape. Yeah we'll discuss it on. Training camp will obviously. There's a lot of riders. Needs needs to be kind of thailand intertwined into into the program and squad off track riders on the team as well and they've got the requirements for for the olympics of course to our amtrak wells and things like that. So it's really quite complicated jigsaw puzzle of Yeah trying to everybody's needs but thought my targets unfortunately toward yorkshire is no longer one of those after. We heard about the constellation of that. Hopefully it's going to be back in two hundred twenty two because that's definitely a very pretty close to my heart but but there's so many other opportunities on the calendar. Yeah i'm excited to race with Minority as well and and actually. I'm also excited to see how my my current teammates go on and on you teams and not all of them announced announced actually very some more exciting news. Come this year. There is some more good news to come in to venture the olympics. Of course i let listen big moment here. But i'm a i've lost track when all the olympics or when they when they told pencil in full well yeah i mean. It's confusing with them. Being called the twenty twenty right but no so. It's the same time but next year. So end of july beginning of august. Twenty twenty one and before we i mean. I'm getting away lady. I wanna get back to the main subject of this week's part puts In terms of training. So you've had a weird year. What with covid and and the changes to training have you learned anything from last year old from this season. Just gone and will change your training slightly for this year. Yeah that's that's a really good point. And i think you know one time on this podcast definitely going to have to do an episode about the tax behind training because it's such an interesting thing and there's so many factors and so much of is also psychological as well you know..
Fresh update on "freeman" discussed on Lewis and Logan
"I know like to probably, you know, when they when they sent the play in, you know, they'd be talking in his head as well going, okay? You're hot receiver is gonna be Tim Patrick on this one. Um, you know, good luck, You know, I mean, I'm surprised you could even call plays in the huddle. I mean, he probably didn't even sleep because he was trying to learn the playbook. Well, there's no doubt that he was up all night. Yeah, And then he has a butterfly's on top of it. His first game, and then I fell. Your star quarterback. I guess he wasn't starting. But you're He was supposed. I thought that was a little weird to that. They didn't start him. At first. I thought that they were kind of trying to throw Sean Payton and the Saints. Little curveball like the state went. Okay, So we've got this. This kid he's never played. And then they opened up with Phillip Lindsay in the Wildcat, and it worked on that first Syriza's But the NFL, you know they're only gonna that's only gonna work. You know, if you're lucky, a quarter, you know they they'll figure that out real quick, and they did. And then if, if hidden could have just hit a passer, too. It. It would've loosened that defense up a bit. Did I watch Matt Stafford on Thursday night? Catch a ball in the end zone like right in front. The end zone Matthew Stafford played Sunday. Sunday was We know the lines played Thursday on things they did not Thanksgiving. Yeah, I played but didn't want the guys throw him the ball. I'm just trying to defy. Imagine that or if I actually watched they did so and he like caught it. But then they said that he didn't have full control. I did see that. Yeah. Crazy trick play. What The fact is that your quarterback is going to take a hit on that? Yeah, and they do that They do that in the NFL in college. Not often, but they do. Effect. Royce Freeman. The emergency emergency quarterback for the Denver Broncos. Hey, through one passing college in Oregon, and it was a pastor. Mark is Mario to the quarterback. Why wouldn't Royce Freeman if he's the emergency emergency quarterback? Why wouldn't he play this past Sunday? The full game? I thought we might see Royce try a couple of throws. From what? I was told He has a pretty good arm. Yeah. Talked about this. Like what? If this happened right at the beginning of the season, you, David. I talked about what if this happens, Yeah, And he's a Uh, you know, he's got a perfect quarterback rating. Let's face it, Okay. He's one for one with a touchdown s so he's got that going for him, But, uh well, see, I I liked what I did what I saw from Royce Freeman yesterday. I got a whole new appreciation of him in Phillip. Lindsay got hurt in the game. So we may seem or Royce Freeman than we've been seeing. Hey, it looks like he can play. Look at the Vontae Booker. What's he got? Let go. Look what he's doing for the Raiders so well, These guys are all good players. Whether the NFL I mean every player who I mean you are the elite when you make it level and you got to be put in the right situation. Let's see some text 719 Way to go. Rick. Coach Fangio definitely knows who you are now. Yeah, I finally got a chance there interview. Um you know where I interviewed him and not me and Dave he loves Dave. I know because Dave's a football guy, right? There are exes and those guys and Dave's got the chance to get to know him on a different level. Everything Yeah. 303, another black eye in the NFL one more reason to not watch NFL football games. From the 214. This is why I'm listening to you because the other sports radio stations All they do is bash Vic. Um, from the night 70. Please tell Kendall Hinton when he's on. He's my new hero. Thanks, guys. But she's a lot of people's new hero. Yeah, He's one of mine now. I'm real excited to talk to him coming up here in about 10 minutes. I'm proud of him. 10 minutes or so about 15 minutes. We'll get him on. I love this. A Fangio changed his name to Bella check. Would Goodell postpone the game? What wouldn't surprise me? Wouldn't surprise me. Bellatrix got way more clout in the league than Fangio. The Patriots have way more cloud in the league lately, please comment on the ownership thing kind of made sense after he brought that up. Heard others say the same thing. That if Pat Bowlen was around, that wouldn't have happened. I don't know. I don't know what I heard. I heard that mentioned by A few people. Possibly Don't know. But you know what I was in fear. With the way this season is gone. We expected it to be weird and wacky, and it has been. That's pretty wacky, though. Yes, I mean, that's just wacky is again because I mean, we talked about that before the season started, and we thought it would never happen right where all of them taken out the whole quarterbacks room. Gets taken out. Yep, And so there's a lot more to do as a head coach this year. Then there has been in the past, and Vic Fangio being a relatively new head coach. Halfway through his second season. There's just a whole lot more on this plate, and I do feel like he's done a good job with it. I really do you remember a couple of weeks ago, and he put something out there about he'd stop whining. You know what? Stop whining about Cove. It it is what it is. We're gonna work with it. We're going to do whatever we have to do. And when you think about regular people Essential workers out there working for minimum wage, Okay? Out there working for minimum wage during a pandemic. Nobody wants to hear NFL players whining about Cove in and the hell better making seven figures and they're not tested like their employees around them or not tested. You know, like the NFL gets test, at least you know that you could stop it if somebody test positive. When, when Fangio said that a few weeks ago, not paraphrased what he said, but that was the intent. That he really won me over with that. And you know what? That's that blue collar steel town attitude. He's really a touch with the blue collar man. He is the blue collar man even though he makes a ton of money. But that doesn't mean you can still That that you can't relate to the blue collar man And he's that guy. And when I heard him say that that's when I went, okay? All right. Vic Fangio just came into his own as a head coach. Why didn't they just run the ball the whole time after they couldn't get the passes to go? Why wouldn't they just run it because they were stacking the box and stopping the run? Got to a point where they couldn't run for anything. So he had to try to hit a couple passes. He couldn't do it. You know, he had one pass the screen pass. Yeah, for 11 yards. I think it was 11 yards. No, a fan if he could've hit three or four That would have that would have kept the defense honest and then maybe they could have run the ball a little bit better, but How about just throwing short passes? Yeah, he tried. A few of those They stood didn't work. No, This is not on the same page with the receiver. Yep. All right, let's we'll get our break in here and coming up. We're going to talk to the man of the hour. Broncos emergency quarterback Kendall Hinton. I could see the book deal already..
Fresh update on "freeman" discussed on Lewis and Logan
"Well, Good morning, everybody. Welcome to the show. Dave's not here. Rick Lewis, Kathie Lee and Millennial Grant. Also off today we have Read fresh Fisher back their millennial Reed. That apply to you, Uh, I'm 40 so I don't know. I don't know either Forced to cut off on the millennial thing, 38 is the cut off. Is it? Just an arbitrary number? You're throwing up there. Cathy there. It's the year. Yeah. Okay, well, you're close Read. I think I don't really know, though. What year were you born? Read? October 79. Okay, 81 to 96 are millennials. You just missed it. So what is he then A Next generation X He and I are Generation X, okay? All right. Well, David's not here. Dave has a family emergency. That he's dealing with, and I don't think he'll be back tomorrow, either or thinking Wednesday he'll get back. And we, of course, wish him the best with with all of that that he's dealing with. Yeah, and so it's Rick Lewis. Kathie Lee here with you. Ah, lot to talk about on the show today, a lot happened. Last week while we were off and of course over the weekend, all kinds of interesting things going on. On. Of course, the Broncos came yesterday. That was interesting. Which was I thought it was really interesting for like a minute for a while. Get got a little old after a while, but I bet you a lot of people tuned in the beginning to see what was gonna happen. I think you're right. I was like, Why not? You know, Check it out and see what this kid can do. I think you're right. I had the same feeling that around the league around the country, people would be watching just to see how it was gonna go. And you could kind of see how it was going to go by about the end of the first quarter. Yeah, and that's kind of how it went the whole rest of the way. I gotta tell you, I really I really hope we get a chance to talk to Kendall Hinton and Broncos. Anybody over there at the facility? I I would love to get him on the show. I was really proud of that kid. Nobody ever heard of Kendall Hanson. Until yesterday. I never heard of him until Saturday. You know, when we heard that there was a chance that all four Broncos quarterbacks would be ineligible for the game. I was talking to a Ryan Edwards, who does the Broncos country. Tonight Show here on K away. And we were talking about Okay, well, You know a water the options. We talked about Royce Freeman and he said Candle, Hinton. I said Who's Kendall Hinton? I've never heard of the guy. I don't think anybody had because he had just signed with the team. November 4th. So he was on the practice squad on the practice squad. He was out of football. The Broncos signed him. In. I believe it was Is an undirected free agent. I think he was a training camp. I don't know. Never heard his name, but they cut him in September so he might have been on the practice squad early. But the practice squad this year. There's so many moves that they make with the practice squad Now you can't keep track of it. But they cut him in September. I know that. Yeah. So he was a signed undrafted on April 26 was wave September 5th Okay? And then re signed on November 4th. So you're right. So they just had re signed him. Just a couple weeks ago as a wide receiver. He did play quarterback in college. So it didn't get a bunch of research on him and got to see some game film of him in college and he's a great athlete. Got a good arm. He was more of a running quarterback. And I was kind of excited to see how this was going to go. And I just can't imagine being him what it would be like. To get that call that four or five o'clock in the afternoon on Saturday. Yeah, that you call your parents. By the way, Mom and dad to watch the game. I'm playing quarterback. Yes. Yeah, they call them ago. Okay. Kendal. Quit kidding. We're gonna play you tomorrow, and he's like, Oh, that's great. Kickoff team when I'm a special teams, what am I gonna be doing? No, you're gonna be the quarterback. What? It's funny because it says in his Wikipedia says, wide receiver and quarterback underneath it. Well, by now, you could say that he did play quarterback in the National Football League. Wasn't pretty. But he man, he gave it everything he had. He seemed cool. He didn't seem nervous. I'd like to talk to him about that. So he had one completion, nine attempts and 13 yards, and that was a screen pass. To know a fan. And He had a big smile on his face, too, after he completed that past, And why not? Why not? That was cool The watch. I don't know what it was like Reed. You were running the board in that first half. A Zafran listening or watching was it was it was it watchable football? You think You know, I'm kind of caught up, you know, and calling the game. Read. Oh, Oh, you know, I had a news person talking to me, he says. Also apologize about that. Yeah. You know, you read Read was running the board in the first half of the game, and I was just wondering as a fan. Was it was it Wasn't listenable Was it? Was it watchable on TV? You know, it's kind of like you guys were saying at the beginning of the game. I was very curious to see how this was gonna go. And then when they came out in the wild cat, those first couple plays I thought, Oh, it is. The game went on. You know, it is funny. My first thought when, when, when the Broncos had the interception and thinking He may need to score here. That that was gonna be their chance to maybe do something, And I think as as watching the game and listening to the game, the more the longer it went, the more it became. Well, let's let's just let's just get out of here. Healthy. That's exactly what I was thinking. At one point. I'm not sure what point of the game but You know,.
Fresh update on "freeman" discussed on The Falcoholic
"Also dirk koetter and we remember one of the staples of the college and an offense that worked so well in two thousand sixteen was utilizing your running backs in the passing game. 'cause coleman in freeman were just like just terrorist through air as well as on the ground today. The running backs totaled four receptions for ten yards and this isn't a one off like the falcons. Just get get the running backs like into the game playing into the passing game plan unless it's like one of those short two yard like drag routes that matt ryan has to throw you know because pressures all over him like it feels like dirk orders just putting that entire like aspect of the game away whereas it'll make your your offense way more way more versatile you know there's it's an added dimension to it where the defense has to focus on the running backs whereas now the defense is like are. We don't need to worry about. The running backs is there. As much eating growing. Who's right opus. They don't even do that. they don't they don't it was. It's so weird right so last year. Devante freeman i think was the most targeted running back in the nfl in terms of passing attempts. Or something like that like he had. I think i had like almost fifty receptions last year and that's what the missing games and like the running back passes all but gone from the office. Like i don't know how you look at twenty thousand nine film and be like you know what the problem was with this offense targeting. The running back in the passing game. Sure. it's not as efficient as targeting wide receiver but you know what it is more efficient than running the ball and they were they were able credited offals line they were able to get some open late But going back to what was said earlier. You know brian hill You look at his numbers. Were fairly solid But he got. He got a lot of his work in the second. Half real tentative on on a of his runs early you know and it wasn't because you know he had defenders in his face there were there were two cadence. I half but i can come up with where. He had a rumbling and i can see he has a room n es tiptoeing. You know aren't really ito. Hits one thing. I admire about ito. What five nine. Maybe two or five to ten but that guy runs like you know the power back on the whole are. That's why ito a lot of runs. Doesn't get touched into that second level because of his ability to burst through the whole get an. I needed to see that from brian. I didn't see that today So that's something that he definitely. Yeah i totally agree with you. Yeah i thought actually ran well. The particularly late in the game I i've been on record as thinking that he does probably our second best or maybe best running back. I mean i've been on record as saying the second best i guess. Maybe i'm saying he's better than girly at this point but like ask back. Yes and like. He's been so underutilized this year. And it's really sad. Because i think of all the guys the falcons have on the roster like i think brian hill is a solid. Backup running back. He can be assault if kyle shanahan was the offense coordinator. Brian hill would probably be like an eight hundred thousand yard back if he was the starter like because she didn't make any back. That's at least quality and brian hill is fine. Like he's a fine ring back but he's not going to create what's not dare like he's that running back that's like a c running back like he's good enough to be a starter and with a good offensive line and a good scheme to to be good enough but if your schemes sucks in your offensive line is like below average at run blocking like. They're not awful this year but they're not good so like blow average to average at run blocking. He's not going to be good. He's not going to be good enough. He's gonna average. You know three yards a carry or whatever the hell they're averaging three and a half yards a carry something terrible i think ito is like a step above. I think does almost like a b. b. minus running back like especially in the passing game. I'd say he's even closer to like a solid b plus. He's very shifty he's quick Vision isn't always the best. But i think it's not good enough so like i like ito a lot. Better for this offense where you have. A bad offense accord air in a bad scheme. Because he's slippery enough to sometimes make stuff happen if the blocking isn't there he's not like saquon barkley or some of these guys that can just kind of make something. Nothing i mean. Saquon was getting thousand yard seasons with the disastrous giants offensive line. So like yeah and it's a good point that you had this concussion scares. I'm super happy that he's been healthy this year and he's had a chance to kind of get back on the field but like yeah. It's like of all the running backs on the roster right now. I think ito has the best chance to have a serious role. Going into twenty twenty. One quadri also came on the damn field. I mean that was always a weird pick. Right like he was kind of. He was a guy that was kind of like a seventh priority. Free agent type of grade from the sources that i followed. I did watch film personally until after he had drafted but like you know like he was a guy like the falcons drafted him because of his character and his story is honestly. Historians is really good if you haven't read his story. It's really special but like siamese. Uta like you don't need to spend a premium like fourth or fifth round. Pick on sky like he's a short yardage back and he's not really special in any other way and that's you know it is what it is. Hey we're paying six million dollars for short yardage. Well yeah. I mean look. It was four. The todd gurley connected we. We all agree that todd gurley was a pr signing like higher percent right. Yeah it's skull tickets during the season. When there's no fans exactly exactly so. I do need to replenish your quick. Before i forget george costanza five dollars. Pour one out for our draft..
Fresh update on "freeman" discussed on Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz
"Marching to empower field at Mile high and left with the 31 3 win because of a positive coronavirus case with backup QB Jeff Driscoll. And because the league deemed drew locked, right ribbon and Blake Bortles to be close contact in high risk, the team found out Saturday afternoon would have to face one of the best teams in football with no signal callers. So they decided that use undrafted wide receiver Kendall hitting from the practice squad, who did play QB for parts of four seasons at Wake Forest. A swell is running backs Phillip Lindsay and Royce Freeman doll take snaps from center and it went about as you might expect. Here's Freeman. Postgame. I mean, definitely thrown a curveball, but we just had to scramble the To get something going on going preparing to go into this game. I mean, just just trying to game trying to get something offensively, going strategize and their running game did manage 100 yards rushing, but hitting completed just one of nine passes he threw for 13 yards was picked off twice. Here's a rookie who had never played in an NFL game on what the revised game plan look like. So we cut the playbook you know, into into like a temp, you know, just cause we only had so much time to prepare stuff, say. Mean 30 20 to 30 plays s going around there that we're going into the game plan. Drugs were able to Zak Saints QB Taysom Hill three times, and he only passed for 78 yards, but they were able to gain 224 yards on the ground, and it just wasn't much of a contest. Broncos hope to get their quarterbacks back this week. Hopefully, head coach Vic Fangio will have more info when he joins Logan and Louis this morning at 10 36. Also, he can update us on running back Phillip wins, He left the game with any issue. And cornerback Bryce Callahan, who was ruled out in the second half because of a foot injury. The Broncos play at the defending Super Bowl champion Chiefs this Sunday night that sport somebody in Krystle Okay when his radio on the Broncos but.
Judge rejects Chauvin divorce, citing possibility of 'fraud'
"Hi Mike Crossey of reporting a judge rejects their workshop is divorce agreement citing the possibility of fraud the divorce settlement between former Minneapolis police officer Derek schaffen and his wife has been rejected by a Minnesota judge because of possible fraud in an October decision Washington County district judge Juanita Freeman rejected an agreement that transferred most of the couple's assets to Kelly schaffen according to the Star Tribune attorney say the agreement could have been designed to protect their assets from civil action their workshop and is charged with murder and manslaughter in the may twenty fifth death of George Floyd Kelly schaffen filed for divorce on may thirty first after her husband was charged I might cross yep
Climate Activists Want Biden To Bar Appointees With Fossil Fuel Ties
"Joe biden has an ambitious climate plan and there are a lot of people with government experience. Who could help implement that plan. But some of them have ties to fossil fuel industries and that is a problem for climate change activists. Npr's jeopardy reports in philadelphia recently. A group of young climate activists marched to biden's campaign headquarters. The sunrise movement often pressures democrats. Back the green new deal but instead biden offered his own climate plan for a slower transition away from coal oil and gas. He has not committed to barring people with fossil fuel ties from his administration. Lauren martinez was sunrise. Thinks he should biden ran on the most progressive climate agenda in us history and one on it. So it's incumbent upon him to take that seriously and put forward people who are accountable to the people that elected him to office the head of the natural resources defense council and former epa administrator gina mccarthy says she understands why young activists want to ban on appointees connected to fossil fuels especially after trump. Put them in key posts including andrew wheeler a former coal industry lobbyist. I mean that's who has been running the environmental protection agency and has gotten us nowhere fast. It's backed us up. It hasn't supported a growing clean energy economy. But here's a problem with a fossil fuel will litmus test biden won't govern alone the us senate could remain under republican leadership that means passing legislation would require compromise and bradbury is ceo of the american exploration and production council. Americans voted for divided government. As part of that you know. I think they voted for moderation. And i think they voted for commonsense. Bradberry sees a future for fossil fuels even under biden's ambitious plan for net zero carbon emissions by twenty fifty worried about climate. Change say there are issues. Republicans and democrats likely can agree on heather. Reams was citizens for responsible. Energy solutions suggests activist focus on things like economic stimulus that boost clean energy. They should looking at the bigger policies and getting to what's possible with getting climate action done today rather than arguing about the position on one's resume among the names on the biden transition team a few have limited ties to fossil fuel but more are from environmental groups. Jody freeman served as councillor for energy and climate change on the obama white house now freeman is at harvard law school and says she sees a trend in the people selected so far i think the clear messages vitality one good people in place wrestling start who have experienced any days and not wasting any time. Freeman is a good example of those who could be excluded. If a biden administration rejects people connected to fossil fuel companies. She sits on the board of oil company conaco phillips but she also led obama's effort to double car fuel efficiency standards. She's also an expert on using presidential powers to address climate change. That's knowledge that likely will be necessary if both parties can't agree on new climate legislation when biden his sworn in next year. Jeff brady npr news.
Braves' Freeman wins NL MVP, White Sox slugger Abreu gets AL
"The American League MVP is white Sox slugger Jose Abreu who came away with twenty one of thirty first place votes to edge Indians third baseman Jose Ramirez in Yankees infielder DJ let me heal a Brady led the majors with sixty RBIs in one hundred forty eight total bases brave stand at Freddie Freeman is the National League MVP claiming twenty eight of thirty first place votes to beat out Dodgers outfielder Mookie Betts and Padres third baseman Manny Machado Freeman had a strong season after contracting covet nineteen just before the season began in July adding three forty one with thirteen homers in fifty three RBIs while playing all sixteen games I'm Dave Ferrie
Mookie Betts a finalist for NL MVP
"Jacob degrom in the running. He's a finalist. For the cy young award along with you darvish and trevor bauer ceo. Award winner Finalists the american league or bieber majeida an unreal and then for mvp and the american league dj lemay hugh jose ramirez and jose abreu in the national league. It's machado freeman and mookie betts. And how about the al manager of the year. A guy who just got fired a finalist with rent to rian the white sox him. Don mattingley was on national. You
"freeman" Discussed on Parcast Presents
"Left lobe and into the brain. This effectively severed the connective tissue between the frontal lobes and the foulness modifying and sometimes erasing longstanding behavioral patterns with Prefrontal Lobotomy. The side effect of incontinence was not uncommon. The reason for this is that the neural pathways that control our bladder are situated in the very area that these structures were severed. In time after the inflammation from the procedure resolved patients would regain their continents. It's also important to keep in mind that this operation is inherently very dangerous and subject to possible catastrophic results. In some instances the bottom I subjects were left severely brain damaged with horrible mental and physical impairments would others were able to uphold a seemingly normal life with responsible employment. However most people fell somewhere in the middle in terms of results, experiencing some improvements in their original symptoms along with some sort of emotional or cognitive deficit. Freeman declared the procedure a success. The surgery had been completed in about an hour when Alice awoke from her anesthesia she was free from dark thoughts in the weeks off to it. In fact, she was free from most thoughts a told. The lobotomy had rented alice calm and quiet. But also erased. Her personality and emotion. She had her memories and most cognitive. But it was like Alice has self wasn't there anymore. As Freeman and watts performed dozens of Labonte means over the next few months. This result was common. There were varying degrees of. For patients that mental health conditions were often gone but so with the patients personalities. lobotomy patients became more childlike or simply emotional blank slates they will often incapable of complex thoughts and judgments. Moreover alleviation from symptoms with sometimes only temporary and the patients required second or third operations. But Freeman was unconcerned by these developments, his goal had been to eliminate mental health conditions and the lobotomy was doing this effectively and quickly his patients for alive, healthy and free from mood swings and to him. This was worth a bit of personality loss. Freeman was convinced that lobotomy was less barbaric than other treatments. So he surged ahead in the next step of his research. He and wants started doing the is on patients while they still awake. As Waltz cut through their brain tissue Freeman Austin to do simple mental tasks like count backward or recite presidents names or sing a song he monitored their actions and facial expressions to learn the results of different depths of cuts. Watts would cut brain tissue at two centimeters then four centimeters. Then, Freeman would have him move the Instrument Twenty degree angle and repeat the cuts. Since each slice was permanent, there was only so much freeman could observe with each individual procedure. So to learn more, he simply performed more lobotomies. With. Overwhelming numbers of mentally ill patients in the psychiatry wards of surrounding hospitals they was no shortage of opportunities for practice and since the notion of informed consent was not yet a reality patients may not have known exactly what they were getting into. Freeman and what's were essentially able to dig around the patients brains at their leisure. By the end of nineteen, forty, one freeman and watts had standardized the lobotomy making it faster and more efficient. In doing. So they made the procedures seemed like an easy noninvasive alternative to otherwise barbaric treatments. This new miracle technique dramatically increased freemen's reputation. With a little help. Freeman was very savvy in matters of public relations and he made sure that successful operations featured in newspapers and medical journals. He invited science reporters to sit in on pre frontal lobotomies to impress them. Off to seeing the change in one, the bottoming patient, a Saturday evening post reporter wrote that a world that wants seems the abode of misery cruelty and hate is now radiant with sunshine and kindness. FREEMEN's PR push was working. People were coming to him for his Miracle Cure and nothing proved how highly the public regarded him like his sixty six patient who was by far his most famous. And one of his most disastrous. In. November nineteen forty one the dynastic Kennedy family brought in twenty-three-year-old Rosemary the youngest sister of future President John F. Kennedy. She was suffering from violent outbursts and allege while behavior she had been kicked out of summer camps and.
What to Expect From the Dodgers and Rays in World Series
"And the World Series Tonight Clayton Kershaw in game one will tell the rubber for keys dodgers against Tyler glass. Now at the brand new home gonNA turn him in the grass for sure. We'll see if that glass will shatter or maybe the Raizal. Ceiling and win their first world series. It'll be played at the brand new home of the Texas Rangers Globe. Life Field expect about twelve thousand fans or so in attendance, and as you know, it has been a tale of two different halves for Clayton Kershaw, a regular season is dominant. A dominant gets postseason has certainly been that way obviously most of the dodger defenders we'll tell you when you take on somebody in the postseason, the quality competition certainly ratchets up. Game. Tonight pre game coverage ESPN, radio seven, thirty eastern, and every single night that we have the world series every ball every strike pre-game radio seven, thirty, eastern. I just. In the world series is not very good because like five or something five point four, zero in the world series, which is not going to bring it down tonight though we'll see we'll see. The rays have some guys you've never heard of but by this time tomorrow, that's certainly may change including the great rookie randy arose arena. If you see him tonight, he is one of the greatest splashes onto the postseason seen we have seen in many years. All right. So put your dodger cap your cap on literally, and figuratively, what do you think in tonight? One of the biggest moments in the managerial career Dave Roberts who's been feeling the strain I think since day once we first of all, it's going to start with the. Pitching Right Kershaw has to come out and he has to deal and we have to back him up and support him. We're runs the last several outings for him. We really haven't done anything with our bats for whatever reason that's the struggling part of it. If you remember several days ago I had mark to share on our show. Yeah we have more share on our show in in question I asked him about the pressure of a pitcher in those innings you get to the fifth sixth inning and you're still battling in a one. To one situation, we've gotTA give him some room to play with and I think it starts with him on the mound. But also, what are bats the guys like Bellenger even though something maybe a little wrong with his shoulder you gotta hope that a guy like that comes through in J. T. and seger stays hot that way we can get some runs and now kershaw could relax at the mile it pitch like he's capable of pitching can appreciate the fact that even though the dodgers of the second highest payroll and the rays have the twenty eighth highest payroll. At Twenty, eight, million dollars highest she'd player. D. appreciate the fact that they they are. They're frugal when she talked about their payroll all the time. That's the first thing he go to talk about the raise the payroll. We're saving money over here. You can still compass a championship. Would you can. You gotta tip your cap to them as a former pro athlete that's played in a variety of organizations with a variety of different approaches. The fact that they're at this stage for the second time in franchise history utilizing the exact same plan. Let's spend less and win more. Plan works to raise and Andrew Freeman certainly put plan in place for them and they've taken over and they've done well with it. The dodgers aren't doing tell Andrew Friedman is the guy that's leading the dodgers essentially got the job because he put the in such great position in his tenure there from two thousand, six to two, thousand, fourteen, four playoff appearances, two division titles, and now he wants to do as much as he can to make sure he can squash that raised team he built and the culture he formed
A Fermentation Celebration (with Sam Pike)
"Hello, and welcome to misinformation Trivia podcasts for ladies and Gentlemen Cool Trivia and sticking it to annoying teams. It pop quiz where your hosts I'm Lauren and I'm Julia Hey, Joel Lord Hey you know it's getting chilly. We love those fall foods they're all coming up. and. One of the things that you can do in the fall I've heard I've never done it before is setup vegetables and fruits for the winter you know like our forth like in the olden days when you had a root cellar when yeah. When he had a root cellar, that's my mother likes to say. So I thought, that was a perfect time for us to bring on a very special guest four guests tober guests hct. which the song we will, we will put insert interesting music here. Hey everybody engineer Josh here instead of the guests over theme to apologize for some of the audio this week's episode we had record this in the afternoon. So we gave our baby to mind Mr Information Co host Steve to take a little nap. Unfortunately she woke up a couple of Times Mason commotion that we wouldn't get picked up on Mike, but it did I did my best. Mix wherever I could sponsor, it was possible or maybe some anise I just wanted to make clear that we're not ignoring her baby to do the podcast. She was just given the business on. That out of the way, please enjoy the show. But we have a wonderful guest today by former intern and a fermentation Guru Sam Pike Sam. Below thanks for being here to the show Sam. Pleasure to be here. Sam I. First thing you guys need to know about him is that he was one of our earliest and our best when I was working at the messy and when we first saw his because you know, you have to submit a CV when you're an intern at the se were various professional and we saw his full name. On the was Samuel Gag now pike and I we were like is this a civil war ghost? Is He? Has, he lived forever and so from there on in and God bless Sam for being such a good sport about we insisted that he was a civil war ghost, the entire time, and as long as I've known him, we continuously poke fun at the fact, and actually at one point Julian I got drunk and made up an entire TVs we planned to TV show around it's called the eternal soldier. He's been wandering the earth for the last two, hundred and thirty years and the theme song is Taylor Swift's welcome to New York because he obviously he writes into your and I'm right. GMT. Yeah, that's our TV. Show, and of course, he comes to New York obviously to solve murders. Yes. Yes as you do. CBS is all procedural. Oh. This is CBS show. I wasn't clear and also not for nothing Sam. I'm so sorry we took your so. We will not be paying you residuals at all. Right, let's get to play myself in the show. Absolutely you even look like a civil war coast. So being a minor and all, but anyway, I'm so sorry to take a any more of your time Sam. Please tell us what you're going to be talking to us today about. All right. So I'm Sam and I'm GonNa Tell You all about fermentation and the different kinds of from anticipation over the history of the science, some of the culture, some of the contemporary stuff too because it's still going it's still evolving in it is still advancing. That's very exciting. I gotTA. Tell you I don't know. Anything. Neither do I mean we've listened to people tell us about how they make wine and beer and Sticks didn't stick Yeah Yeast? Something marist. But we're GONNA find out from Sam Sam please take it away I cannot wait to hear So you guys know a bit about like beer and wine or vaguely about. One of the three kind of pillars of fermentation I'm GonNa talk about so. Wine and beer that's made leasing primarily. The same has made us us to make bread. Et for men's sugars endow. Hall. The other two types are lactoferrin venting often call Hick link that says what's called Lactobacillus the type of bacteria that can birds carbohydrates into Lactic. ACID. and. A. Few other things sometimes, sometimes a little bit of alcohol sometimes, Carbon Dioxide sometimes see the gasset which talk to cobb out more later. Ended the third kind is. It's in America's It's broadly called Koji fermenting. It's what's done to make down. Like soy sauce missile soccer it's hard. It's harnessing mold to ferment. To. ferment. Things, slightly different process Right so And Fuel Freeman feel free to interrupt me at any point to get clarification or. We will we will. Kind of assumed is much. You're used to be at this point. Sam. lactoferrin renting or using lactobacillus. That is what I know. The most is I teach frequent workshops on it's what I can and doing daily. If I should camera slightly he would see just a huge row of Sauerkraut sitting just above my. Yeah. Saint Ours and Jar Sam's Instagram is basically just bubbling jars of of who knows what that he forged from the woods? Yes. Exactly. Am I not wrong you're not. The worst part is a horrible habit of not labelling everything. Guess what stuff is in how old it is. It's never not been fine. So unsafe there. Oh, okay jars. Not sure. Sure of this is bad or not. Guess we'll try it. Snow tested. So, what leftover mentoring is, it's harnessing this bacteria that. Is. A little bit of chemistry right here that I don't I barely know about what it does. It takes carbohydrates newco simple sugars in which are the chemical makeup is c six, h twelve, O six and breaks down into a few other substances the most important one being lactic acid, which is see three, eight, six, three. And the reason that wants to sewn Horton is that lactic acid drops the key age of the substance of the buner making end makes it last longer preserve Okay. So. If you just let the food out, normally, it would just kind of like. Go. Get bad mold bad smell. Awful. This smells awful. The some people a lot of people, but it's still perfectly safe to eat even make some of the nutrients and minerals a lot more accessible. And the way people are the hardest. This bacteria easily been harnessing at for thousands of years is by adding salt. So that period that produces this lactic acid it can. Stay withstand able an acidic environment, but also a salty environment which things cannot do. So by adding salt, the cabbage is that bacteria will just quickly take over multiply in. ferment everything until it's perfectly say. That's interesting. It's incredibly easy to do at home for like. I mean, it was done accidentally first centuries think about it. The microscopes were invented until relatively recently, people really didn't know a dockyard east even was they just they kind of knew the process entitles like magic or a gift from God or something They're alive for theories they're really need them the basics remain laughter permitting is a vessel. It. More only time places. You'll see like crosser. Back of some sort. The easiest way to do it at home is just take a mason jar can old pickle jar or a refresh Lee bought Mason Jar, just. Cut Up some cabbage mix it with some salt N. just packed their real tight in. Let it for that. See you don't have to add any liquid or anything. So we're talking about SAUERKRAUT. You don't get any liquor sour talents was so frightening there's enough liquid in the cabbage itself OSMOSIS SIS in like chopping the cabbage bricks enough cell walls at all this water just gets leached at the cabbage in submerged the cabbage totally in its own liquids. That's that had no idea. There are few other vegetables like tomatoes are the same but something like that hickel cucumber. You could slice and mashed us that out but the relief roast texture. Yeah yes. He leave it whole than you make what's call it salt brine, which is just water and salt mixed together and just with the cucumbers in that, they just start permitting on their own.
Rays, Dodgers all set to meet in World Series
"Sport spread, Heller is here and Brad. The World Series is set. It is Steve. It's going to be the Dodgers and the raise the two best teams during the regular season. They will match up in the fall Classic starting tomorrow night, the Dodgers in the World Series for the third time in four years as they beat the Braves in Game seven of the NLCS last night, 4 to 3, they're raised the 31 serious deficit. Cody Bellenger hit the tie breaking home run in the bottom of the seventh inning. Mookie Betts been another incredible catch. He robbed Freddie Freeman of a possible home run the Dodgers down to nothing early, but they rallied to get the win again. The Dodgers and the Rays game one of the world's Siri's tomorrow
Braves use four-run 9th inning to top Dodgers
"Baseball game of the season with fans in the stands Game one of the NLCS in Arlington, Texas. About 11,000 people watch the Braves beat the Dodgers. 5 to 1 is Atlanta scored. Or runs in the top of the ninth inning. Freddie Freeman homer in the top of the first, he told ESPN it was nice to hear some real crowd noise instead of the fake stuff.
The Beginning of Black History
"Most of us think that the first Africans to arrive in what is now the United States, we're slaves, but it turns out that that's not true. The first African to set foot on what would become United States soil was a free black man named Juan Garrido. A conquistador, the Spanish name for a conqueror. Rita was born around fourteen eighty in west Africa. As a young man he traveled to Lisbon. Portugal then to Sa- V. Spain when he converted to the Roman Catholic. Church he took a new name Juan Garrido meaning handsome John. He winds up sailing with the Spanish is a free person as A. Door and spends three decades in service to the Spanish crown. In fifteen thirteen garrido participated in Pants Dale Fain expedition in Florida in search of the Fountain of Youth. This is the first record of a black person setting foot in what is now the United States. What does that mean? It means that there was this space people of African descent could occupy. That wasn't exclusively being a person of bondage. RETO. Settled in Mexico where he spent his final years working at a gold mining operation and while he was a freeman, he profited from local slave labor. Garrido died in fifteen fifty almost seventy years before the first enslaved Africans arrived in Jamestown?
How Nomination Of Amy Coney Barrett To Supreme Court Might Affect U.S. Climate Action
"Environmental Policies Almost always end up in court these days and several of president trump's most contested chart changes to environmental policy are likely headed to the Supreme Court if Conservative nominee amy, Coney Barrett confirmed, it could have a major impact on how the US treats climate change as NPR's Jeff Brady explains it's difficult to predict how Amy Coney Barrett will rule on specific cases. Environmental Law was not her focus as a professor and not something she dealt with a lot during her time on the Court of Appeals for the seventh circuit. Her judicial philosophy does offer clues discussed that when her nomination was announced, a judge must apply the law as written. Judges are not policymakers and they must be resolute and setting aside any policy views. They might hold Barrett's judicial philosophy show skepticism of government and favors. Deregulation over-regulation says, Harvard law professor and former Obama administration official Jody Freeman I think generally speaking it's GonNa be a corporate court good for business good for corporation. Freeman says Barrett is skeptical federal agencies stretching their authority under laws where Congress hasn't given them clear direction. But Freeman, says agencies need to have flexibility. Even when Congress passes new laws are always ambiguities they're always things congress doesn't fade there always is new science new understanding new risks, new problems, new data. And it's impossible to specify each and every small kind of decision that the agencies make and sometimes agencies have to use existing laws to address new problems like climate change. That's what the Obama Administration did after failing to convince Congress to pass legislation focused on the polarizing topic, the EPA turned to the decades-old Clean Air Act to regulate greenhouse gases a two thousand seven. Supreme. Court case Massachusetts versus the EPA determined carbon dioxide could be regulated under the act. It became an important environmental ruling and now some worry a more conservative Supreme Court could overturn or weaken it case Western. Reserve University Law Professor Jonathan Adler. Unlikely on the question of whether greenhouse gases are pollutant, but he says it's more likely on the constitutional issue of standing whether Massachusetts and the other states had the right to sue the federal government standing inclement cases can be a challenge and I think based on what we've seen on the seventh circuit. A Justice Barrett. Certainly won't make that challenge. Any easier Adler Conservative agrees that bear it a skeptical of agencies overreaching their authority but says that doesn't mean Barrett is hostile to addressing climate change just that Congress needs to pass more specific laws constant do a lot of that these days but but yes. I'm old fashioned in that I. think that's what we had members of Congress and that's what we elect senators to do this appeals to conservatives like Tom Pile with the American energy alliance he supported Barrett's nomination on his podcast was duke it out where it belongs in Congress you guys win congratulations expanded to include co two regulation. You got it but Reverend Lennox Yearwood with the hip hop caucus says, he wants a different kind of justice who will lead on fixing big problems like climate change is a lifetime position and so that's why you have to have people in those positions who have a world view. that. Is One that Debbie will go by the Constitution. But also understands the nuances of the world we live today year would is among those who say they want the Senate to wait on a confirmation vote until after the presidential election. Jeff Radi? NPR
Harvey Weinstein faces new sexual assault charge in Los Angeles
"Convicted rapist and former movie producer Harvey Weinstein who became the face of the METOO movement faces new charges in Los Angeles NPR's Rose Freeman reports Angeles district attorney. Jackie Lacey announced six new charges of forcible rape and forcible oral copulation against Weinstein. He was already facing multiple charges in La. This brings the total to eleven they relate to five victims in crimes alleged to have occurred over a decade ago. Weinstein is already serving a twenty three year sentence in new. York after being convicted of multiple sex crimes prosecutors. In Los Angeles want to have them extradited to La. If convicted in L. A., once team could face an additional hundred and forty years to life sentence an extradition hearing is set for December in
Atlanta Braves overcome Cincinnati Reds in longest scoreless duel
"The Braves Post season opener was long and stress filled, but in the end, they got the perfect ending at truest park. Now, today, the Braves have the chance to close out this best three of going through one of three wild series. It was a very stressful for half hours. Braves hitters struck out 21 times, part of a two team postseason record. 37. But it was Freddie Freeman, who turned stress to joy, his RV guy single in the 13th inning, lifting the Braves to a one. Nothing win over the Reds all worth it. In the end, we struck out 40 times as long as we win great pitching on both sides manager Brian Snitker watching his starter, Max freed in the bullpen. I don't care who you're playing, you throw up 13 innings of zeros. It's pretty special Edgar Trick. It's 95.5 WSB ink and first pitch set for noon Tomorrow.
Phillies owner John Middleton questioned after deciding to fire Gabe Kapler
"Last year. Hindsight's great, but it wasn't hindsight. John Middleton at the news conference last year when Hey, fired Gabe Kapler, and this is self explanatory, and let's hear John When you fired Ruben Amaro, you said it's a results based business, right? Gabe Kapler took the hit. And I'm wondering why it was just Gabe Kapler. And I, among other people are wondering why this and I like both Matt and Andy. Why those two gentlemen are sitting with you today after what you've done, so I'm gonna ask you a question. How are you going to give you some stats? The question is this You tell me what part of this organization isn't better today and really substantially better today than it was four years ago when they came So that's a little minor league system and I see since match drafted I believe you have two players that made the major leagues and Kohler bring this year and hazily. So outside of that, I'm wondering there's a feeder system. Other teams have injuries and they've overcome them. The Phillies couldn't and I don't think it was all games for, but I realized the decision had to be made. But what did he have to support him? From your draft picks. So happened Let me I've got the bullpens IRA, but to answer your question in the second half of the season, particularly from the trade deadline on Howard Isn't it? The fourth highest for the best bullpen? You're a in baseball. So this kind of sit there and say that covered was bears is not true, because if that's the case, then what about the other 2016? The worst bullpen. The cupboard was bare. Look at the bullpen this year. I love the way McClintock and he looked at Macklin Tak when he said that he fed him all these stats. Two roll out during this news conference. That's a joke. The bullpen the fourth best from July on well, this season doesn't go from July 1, and that's It was, it was a mirage. It was a joke to defend him and then animate failure says Well, we have three players in the top 100 baseball in the minor league system. There's 30 teams. That's barely an average. The Braves had five in the top 64. So let's go. Let's move on. So this week, McClintock and this is beautiful, too. This is a joke. God, let's go with McClintock. Um I am really proud of this team the way that they have overcome Not only the cove it issues early in the year, but more recently, the way the guys have stepped up to overcome some of the injuries that we've had Andi put themselves in a position this week to control their own destiny on DH Make a push for October. Um, that's probably The biggest thing for me, Bob is that I'm proud of the way this group is handled it. There's been, um, you know again, there been many challenges, most of which you've written about, but Just to see guys. Come up from the system and contribute to see the way that No nap and March John have performed in Jae Hee's absence to see The way that bone has been able to slide over from third to first security downs from 2nd 3rd to help us navigate. Reese is injury. Um, you know the way that Kodiak come up and got a couple of big plate appearances for us. I'm sure I'm missing. Jo Jo and Brandon have taken down beginnings the last couple of weeks. I think that's the thing I'm most proud of with. This group has been really rallied around the next man up mentality and put themselves in a good position heading into the final week. It's a joke. It's a joke I spin. He is the new spin doctor, Philadelphia. They've navigated through the Kobe. So is every other team. The Cardinals are still in it, and they had 11 doubleheaders. The Marlins had to sit in a hotel room for over over seven days, and they're in the playoffs. I don't want to hear about navigating through it. I don't want to hear about injuries. The Braves lost at one time or another, Every one of their five starters. They lost Freddie Freeman at the beginning of the year. They lost a kuna. I mean, it's a joke to you to say, Oh, yeah way injuries and bone moves from third to 1st 1st is probably his natural position and sugar goes from 2nd and 3rd. He started the season at third. It's been It's nonsense, and Jo Jo You know, coughed it up the last two outings. Stop stop. They actually got a break The way Hoskins was hitting that those things happened in their offense, maybe became a little bit better in five years. He's got one player to show for it. One player And that's Alec. Bone. One player
Giants signing Devonta Freeman
"Around the NFL in Rep. Port reports that the Giants who officially placed running back, say, Quan, Barclay and I are today are signing free agent running back Devonta Freeman. Broncos have signed free agent quarterback Blake Bortles following the shoulder injury to drew lock that will keep him out for multiple
Report: Giants signing Devonta Freeman
"On I R today or signing free agent running back Devonta Freeman. The Giants also have veteran Dion Lewis and Wayne Goldman in their backfield as well. Denver Broncos have signed free agent quarterback Blake Bortles following the shoulder
What we know about the TikTok deal
"Tiktok and the unprecedented forced sale of a foreign owned company to an American one. In this case to American companies, the trump administration announced Sunday that the tech firm or and the retailer. Will take a stake in TIKTOK and create a new entity headquartered in the United States. Now, there are still a lot of questions about national security and user data especially since Chinese owner bite dance remains the majority stakeholder and the US based entity may not actually control the underlying technology. We actually don't know for sure yet. So for today, let's put on our business hats and look at what Oracle and Walmart would get out of the. Deal Marketplace's Mary Sagarra reports for Oracle. This is really about growing it's cloud storage business it rents server space to other companies like zoom and soon tiktok. So they can store their data but that business is a lot smaller than its cloud competitors John Freeman at cf ram research says Amazon Google and Microsoft have a lot very large data centers and that's an asset an entire data center to go down the could keep on truckin that's the. Kind of reliability that you get when you have that kind of scale. So he says getting bigger thanks to this TIKTOK deal could help or land even more high-profile lucrative contracts. As for Walmart this partnership is also about data the kind tick tock collects on its users lay durant is a senior VP Kantar they are tracking engagement time spent what you're looking at where you came from an enemy click throughs that could help Walmart figure out. What's trendy particularly among the people who tend to use Tiktok you know the US at impressment is a managing director at Alex partners with Tiktok. You're getting a global audience with highly engaged users in a demographic that be killers across the world are seeking to better understand there is some risk here for both companies John, Freeman at cf are a says, sure tiktok is the hot social media APP right now but maybe in a couple of years. TIKTOK ten year old. Demographic you know you make Bacher bloop bloop or something you know whatever whatever the next flavor of cruel mobile APP is right. Also buying a stake in tiktok could put both companies in the middle of the endless fights between the US and China over technology and everything
Jennifer Aniston and Brad Pitt Are Reuniting for a Fast Times at Ridgemont High Table Read
"Jennifer Aniston and bread Pitt Reuniting after some delays. The fast times at Ridgemont High Virtual star studded table read is back on. It will take place this week on Thursday, a big charity event. Officially called Dane Cook presents feeling alive. Initially they had some technical difficulties, but now they have it together and it's going to feature Jennifer Aniston, Brad Pitt, Julia Roberts, Matthew McConaughey, Sean Pan, Morgan Freeman, Jimmy Kimmel. John legend Ray Liotta. The twist is that even with some of the 1982 films original stars present no one knows which iconic role will go to which a Lister In this fast times at Ridgemont High Table, read an hour long event. Highlighting beloved scenes from that cult classic film, and it will support core community organized relief effort and reform Alliance in the fight against Cove. It 19 that will take place Thursday night at eight o'clock, Chicago time. Encores! Official Facebook and Tik Tak pages. Corsi. Oh, Our
Atlanta - Georgia Man Gets Federal Prison For Masters Golf Ticket Scheme
"A Georgia man has been sentenced to more than two years in federal prison after pleading guilty to a scheme that you stolen identities to obtained tickets to the master's golf tournament. Prosecutors say. Steven Freeman and his family then sold those tickets for a profit.
"freeman" Discussed on FreeWorld Podcast
"I had. My guest. Favorite guests. Inaugural guest. My Pool Aka Shannon Ford Freeman. Kobe pop-up. POPEY PROPO- Hey. So Just to let everybody know again this, you're listening to the free world podcast and I have my wife here with me Shannon she's a mother of four. Him. True. Let me do the intro. So she's a mother of four. Author of thirteen thirteen books. She's an English teacher. and She is director of a nonprofit reach redirecting educating aligning community help. You knew that already. Make sure you got all the words, right? Yeah, thank you for taking over. Prop wouldn't have it any other way. But yeah again she's an Arthur and you know my love we've known each other since we were very young. Or five years old and. We we both grew up in the same town port, Arthur Texas we represent. P. A. and. We've been married now for eleven years. Twelve years..
"freeman" Discussed on Cars That Matter
"Experience because that's really what makes driving couple lives. Well! That's one of the things that I talked to looseness stony about all through the last fifteen years that the experience of keeping the car and analog experience, because the rest of the world is going to a digital experience, and there's a backlash coming off of that in one of the backlashes is that Porsche went all PDK until there was a backlash with their enthusiast and they finally decided well. We're going to do one thing. It's gotta be called. Nine eleven are working to build a limited production, GONNA manual boxes, and they sold out immediately. That's right, and so all of a sudden now they are smart enough to listen to the enthusiast. Enthusiast one side and say okay. We're GONNA. Come out with manual version. There's GonNa be a manual version of the nine to and come up with their GT floors, except for maybe a car like a GT to are asked, which is all about the numbers, and it's all about the track right? Yeah, it's different. Being analog is something that still has value today. It absolutely does with right Freeman I wanNA talk about poor shirt, because that's where the passionate probably the brightest I know that when we met way back when you were just about ready to launch into your, our group talked to us about what the art group is all about. Okay, well the are group really started in nineteen ninety nine, but it was really if you think about the beginning of the ninety s, the movement on early nine eleven's especially if you look at Northern California and Southern California. Had A lot of friends that.
"freeman" Discussed on Undisclosed
"Kudos Baby Chuck Norris by five elections. It's all true so we want you to read them off for go right here and number. Ten is when Chuck Norris does pushups. He doesn't push himself up. He pushes the earth down behind. The mean is that no human could accomplish what's being attributed to norris with the goal being to make each claim about him more ridiculous than the last but what if the prosecution's gold trial was to claim that the defendant was a real life version of this fake Chuck Norris able to bend both space and time and one of Chuck Norris Somehow also ended up being the defendants best defense. This is not a mere hypothetical it would actually happen back in one thousand nine hundred six at the trial of Michigan. Man named Frederick Freeman Hi and welcome to undisclosed the state versus Frederick Freeman. This is the first episode before episode series about the Nineteen eighty-six.
"freeman" Discussed on Hostage
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"To no avail by early April. Three weeks. Into the tense standoff. The temperature was changing among the freemen. And they're out of state helpers at Cat Creek regardless of group affiliations. The men were beginning to form into two groups. The radicals and the moderates the radicals believed that now was the time to stage a fight against the feds. They saw it as a call to action for the overarching Christian Patriot movement with the potential to ignite a successful revolution against the US. Government the moderates on the other hand were more concerned about appearances. They didn't want the rest of America to see them as just another white. Supremacist Group or another Waco like Colt. They argue that in order for their cause to be taken seriously. It was important that they didn't behave like backwoods crazies ultimately the radicals ignored the moderates and began to form a plan. They wanted to rush into the compound to provide reinforcements to Skurdal and his clan. With this in mind. The radicals began outfitting their trucks with blades and battering rams like something out of Mad Max. They purposely plan their attack for April nineteenth anniversary of both Waco and the Oklahoma City bombing. They didn't care about aligning themselves with these tragedies. In fact they liked the idea. Maybe then the. Us government would take them seriously in the meantime civilian undercover operative Dale. Jakes had recovered from his health condition. That laid him up for most of the past winter. He was back at work. Infiltrating the freemen group on the outside of Justice Township. He quickly saw the divide between the radicals and the moderates and he was worried that if the radicals move forward with their attack all hell would break loose potentially wounding the innocent people inside justice township according to Dale when he told his FBI handlers about the upcoming April nineteenth attack. They shrugged him off. They didn't have any warrants against the man at Cat Creek in so astonishingly. They simply ignored the warning. It's possible the real reason the FBI chose to brush. Dale off was because they still refuse to involve themselves in a gunfight. In order to make a move they would have to wait until the cat creek. Radicals tried to break into justice. Township and any ensuing gunfire could put the women and children at risk. Whatever the reason. Dale felt he needed to do something personally to prevent the violence on April. Eighteenth the day before the radicals planned attack. Dale Win to Cat Creek there. He discovered a new rumor. The radicals believed that. Fbi were onto them and would be the first ones to attack the next day. They believed this. Preemptive attack was going to take place at Cat Creek and not justice township. Dale immediately saw the confusion as his chance to defuse the situation. He posited that if the FBI were to attack it would probably be at night. Therefore the smart play would be to take all of the small militia groups around Central Montana and have them coalesce around Cat Creek instead of justice in preparation for the attack in reality. Dale hope this plan would move the militias away from justice township and distract them long enough to let April nineteenth passed without violence. The militia leaders bought into Dale's plan and they immediately made the call to move forces away from justice to Cat Creek. Then they waited for nightfall but nothing happened. April nineteenth nineteen ninety-six came and went. Not a bullet was fired. Not a barricade was broken and not a single. Fbi agent descended on Cat Creek. According to Dale Jakes he had single handedly managed to stop a gunfight not long after April nineteenth the FBI began contacting various out of state radical militias. The goal was to convince them that the FBI was intending to wait out the freemen until they surrendered. Hopefully this would incite the out of state militias to give up and had home. It worked in the following weeks. The outside militias gradually trickled out of Montana. Leaving the freemen at Cat Creek alone. Things weren't as simple as the F. B. I. Hoped Dale Jake soon discovered that this exodus was part of a secret plan among the militias should the FBI fire upon justice township the other groups would swoop in with coordinated attacks all across the United States. The details remain unclear to this day. But according to Dale the attacks would include assassinations of government officials. The FBI initially downplayed the news. They were still hopeful that these militias were all talk however a few days later they sent out were to other. Fbi branches warning them to be on the lookout for potential attacks. In the meantime the agents in Montana continued to dig in their heels. These rumors were just further reason why they could not be the first to fire by mid-may the standoff was reaching the two month mark and the FBI offers of negotiation had gone completely ignored in total they had offered forty two different representatives including politicians family members and even other right wing activists but to no avail. The freemen refuse to talk finally on May Sixteenth. Rodney skurdal caved. He agreed to talk along with fellow. Freeman leader Dale Jacoby not to be confused with undercover agent. Dale Jakes for a week. Skurdal and Jacoby spoke with Colorado State. Senator Charles Duke and two F. B. I. Negotiators these meetings were kept private but skurdal reportedly threw tantrums and no evident progress was made a week later on. May Twenty Third Justice Township raised an upside down American flag the universal symbol of distress the F. B. I hope this meant that. They would be leaving but instead the day marked the end of negotiations. Evidently the compound was signalling to its sympathizers that they needed reinforcements. Soon but over a week would go by until the group made another gesture from late. May to early June the FBI seemed to be changing their mind. Negotiations with Skurdal had failed miserably and the standoff had exceeded two months. They knew it was time to do something on June third. They cut the power inside justice. Township that same day the freemen aquiesced to speak with the sister of one of their members. Both tactics seem to have a positive result. A few days later one family walked out of justice with the promise of no federal charges against them. They decided their ideals were no longer worth risking the lives of their children. Over the following days more and more women and children were released from Justice Township in June twelfth. A sixteen year old girl was the last child to leave the compound with only armed men left inside the FBI planned a bold escalation of plans the next morning June thirteenth FBI vans circled the perimeter of the property to the freemen inside it appeared that a potential assault was on the horizon. The moment of truth had come where they're going to fight back or were they exactly. What the F. B. I? Had hoped they were all along. Just a bunch of loud talking lunatics. At this point the freemen supplies were nearly depleted. Even if they could succeed in the first wave of an attack they could hardly be expected to repel another or another after that on top of all that Freeman leader. Rodney SKURDAL had run out of cigarettes. He was Jonesing hard for his nicotine. Fix to the relief of everyone. The freemen put down their arms one by one they surrendered to the FBI. The Eighty one day standoff at Justice Township was over. Not a single shot was fired. Not a drop of blood.
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"He finally gave himself up his wife. Vicky and fourteen year. Old Son Sammy dead six months later the FBI. Engaged in another standoff. This time against a group known as the branch Davidians in Waco Texas frustrated by the lack of progress during the fifty one day ordeal attorney general. Janet Reno gave the order to mount an assault on April nineteenth nineteen ninety-three the FBI through four hundred cannisters of tear-gas inside the compound in response the branch Davidians fired at the FBI in the ensuing. Chaos a fire broke out and within an hour. The entire compound was nothing but ash nearly eighty men. Women and children perished because of Ruby Ridge and Waco public opinion on federal law enforcement was still low in the spring of Nineteen ninety-five and when it came to bringing down the freemen the FBI was leery where they actually as dangerous as they claim to be or were they most like Christian Patriot groups all bark and no bite the FBI hemmed and hawed about the best way to hand out the freemen indictments but another tragic event would soon force them to accelerate their arrests on April Nineteenth. Nineteen ninety five at around nine. Am A writer. Rental truck exploded at the Alfred. P Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City killing over one hundred sixty people and injuring more than six hundred fifty others. It was the largest instance of domestic terrorism. In the United States history and it was carried out by two anti-government militants. Timothy McVeigh and Terry Nichols the Oklahoma City bombing was a wakeup call for the FBI. It was time to start taking these. Anti-government group's seriously. They weren't just fringe. Outsiders complaining loudly. They were capable of mass violence and in Montana that meant focusing their attention on one particular group. The freemen coming up the FBI makes its first move. Hi It's Carter. I am happy to announce the launch of our new podcast series supernatural. With Ashley. Flowers has been a great success. It's a show where all very proud of here at podcast and we thank you for listening. If you haven't had a chance to tune in yet I definitely recommend you head over to the supernatural with Ashley. Fires Feed and start following today. Every Wednesday Ashley. Flowers takes on a different crime or mystery where the most fitting theory isn't always the most conventional where the deaths of two Brazilian men a result of making contact with spirits on Mars. Get closer to the truth than ever before. Regarding the mystifying lead masks case did four friends have a highly unusual encounter during camping trip in Maine sort through the out of this world circumstances surrounding the allegations incident. And who and what were responsible for unexplained death of Australia's summer tinman dig deeper into the peculiar details and poetry involved in the case. Each week Ashley takes on the strange and surreal to explain some of the world's most bizarre true crime occurrences and it's already one of my favorite shows and I hope you check it out. Follow supernatural with Ashley. Flowers free on spotify. Or wherever you get your podcasts. Now back to the story in the early nineteen ninety s a disgruntled Crop Duster named Leroy Schweitzer. In a few of his anti-government comrades created the Montana freemen their dream was to eventually stage a local government takeover and establish their own independent nation within the State of Montana in the meantime. The group attracted trickle of new members through their deft. Use of fraud to make money by early nineteen ninety-five the FBI had sealed indictments against various members of the group but they were reticent to pull the trigger they were worried about inciting violence and subsequently public ire but all this changed following the Oklahoma City bombing on April nineteenth nineteen ninety-five a wave of panic overcame the FBI in America. Who was going to be next for the FBI? In Montana this meant setting their sights on fifty seven year old Leroy Schweitzer and his freeman cronies the FBI still had no idea as to how dangerous the freemen were they just knew that the four leaders including Schweitzer and Rodney Skurdal were heavily armed and hold up in skurdal's cabin in Roundup Montana. They needed information from the inside and they already had the perfect agent in mind. Dale jakes forty four year old. Danielle Jake's had experienced as a civilian undercover agent working for organizations like the FBI ATF and da throughout the nineteen eighties. But in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight. Dale decided it was time to live a simpler life and he and his wife. Connie moved to Montana eventually ending up in petroleum county about an hour. North of Roundup Bill Bounce from job to job and by early nineteen ninety-five. He was working as a bar tender. Several of his regulars were Montana freemen members and Dale witnessed their anti-government talk firsthand. He hated their bastardized interpretation of the Bible in their late disdain for paying taxes but he carefully kept these thoughts to himself. It was no secret that the freemen were capable of financial terrorism in the last thing. Dale wanted was to get in their way that is until the FBI got a hold of him. They knew that with details previous work experience and his bartending position. He would make the perfect decoy. In spring of Nineteen ninety-five they approach to Dale about infiltrating the freemen and feeding Intel back to the FBI. But First Dale was hesitant. It had been about seven years since his last undercover job and he knew the strain could be on his family but between the freemen's reputation and the recent Oklahoma City bombing tail felt. He needed to go deep one last time. Dale knew exactly who he would. Target one of his patrons of Freeman named Lyle Chamnber. L'an he and lyle were on such good terms that lyle had previously asked pointblank if he wanted to join the Freeman. Dale had always turned him down. But by April of Nineteen ninety-five when Dale's FBI assignment was made official. He called Lyle and said he was ready to become a freeman a few days later. Dale was brought into skurdal's cabin and presented before the four freemen leaders for their customary inquisition for hours Schweitzer skurdal their comrades interrogated Dale. They wanted to make sure he shared the same perspective on race. Religion and government. Dale answered flawlessly then. Came the last question. Why did he want to become a freeman? Dale had rehearsed his answer many times and he told them exactly what they were hoping to hear. The United States was under attack by foreigners in the federal government had financially ruined his family joining the Montana freemen was a noble cause to finally right the injustices faced by every day white Americans. The freemen smiled back Dale. He was officially one of them and to Dale and his book. False prophets. What really seemed to impress. The leaders was his previous involvement with hate groups. And how along the way he picked up an unusual knowledge of explosives. Obviously he had not told them that this was all in service of groups like the FBI in the weeks that followed Dale was swiftly brought into the freemen's fold. He accumulated intelligence on how their bank fraud schemes. Worked as well as the layout of SKURDAL's cabin in round up. All of this information went back to the FBI as Dale Delve. Deeper into the group's INS and outs he was amazed. At how unorganized the freemen's accounts were and so with the FBI permission. He suggested they bring in a bookkeeper to organize the offices and he knew the perfect candidate his thirty seven.
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"Negative. Forty one of dexter the about to try a spark what the fuck is happening. We're not done with utensils. Freeman began promoting his lobotomy. Kira practice which was heavily frowned upon its physicians or not at this time. Allowed to advertise their procedures directly. who were frowning on? Wasn't the part where they scooped out people's People's brains. Wow so to get around. This freeman set of boots. That medical conventions eye-popping gruesome displays and end lobotomize animals to catch the eye of the press would seize upon Freeman is a great story and thus afforded him free publicity less. You think that I am in any way. mischaracterizing here is is. This is Freeman himself describing his advertising technique quote I found the technique of getting noticed in the papers. It was to arrive a day or two ahead of the opening of the Convention Convention and install the exhibit and the most graphic manner and then be alert for prowling newsmen that night. Our monkey died but Watson I made the headlines even even though we did not get an award. He's got a spokes model. Sticking a fork into a socket over and over. There must be a better way. The is this guy doing. Okay no Keith. And I worked New York City Toy Fair for years. A lobotomize monkey is downright classy. Compared to the the Good Shit we've seen shit literal literal Shit freemen's accounting of his success would if it were an anyway verifiable both appalling by today's standards and astonishing by the standards of the day so buys reckoning Freeman and watts lobotomies yielded good results. Fifty two percent of the time thirty two percent of the results were fair. Thirteen percent poor and three percent even poorer. Meaning those guys. Is this dust up words for it. You can't just go to share their seeing if those numbers were true which you got. They are not true but if they were they would have been much better than the standard treatment of the day which hovered around zero percent. Probably only got worse from there. Yeah well before start wondering how a success rate can be negative. Let's let's remember that. They were treating depression with fuck and malaria. Like you're still lead at but now you broke your back from a seizure but there was no accounting. There were no real measures. There were no standards. Being used. Relapses were common. Many lobotomize patients need to be re taught how to eat and use the bathroom from UC pistone. Their shoes they made passes at the nurses. They stare numbly for hours at nothing. They were rendered void of character and personality and these were likely what freeman was counting as the successes has done their shoes void. A character personality passes. Are we sure these people weren't just baby boomers. Oh no by nine hundred forty five. Even Freeman was starting to wonder if maybe there was a better way. I mean sure sure rendering the mentally ill compliance and quiet or barring that dead that sold a lot of problems but drilling those pesky brain holes was a lot of work and even the freemen had to admit that there was rather a lot of brain damage going on is research and other options. Let him to an Italian scientists name. Amaro VM Bertie Terribly Mispronounced Austin. who was doing his own lobotomies by entering the brain through the relatively thin part of the skull behind the eye socket and then using alcohol to kill the brain tissue behind all right wait so so at some point Freeman actually said you know what the problem is? I'm not stabbing him in the eye when I scoop out all their long division and ability to the supreme adapted this Italian Alien Technique and again he practiced it on cadavers using it I a literal ice pick from his kitchen and a little hammer to pierce the skull which would then kind of just squiggle Eagle about a bit. Until he thought he probably ice picked away all the bad Juju from the cadaver satisfied at this technique practice on dead people and which developed in secret away from the prying eyes of his surgeon. Friend Watts Freeman performed as I trans orbital lobotomy in nineteen forty six on a woman named Ellen Ionescu and he did eight more of these in rapid succession. The woman after the seventh one was like okay only one more time my starship. Eating carrots subterranean vaulted in. This part of. The story isn't entirely clear. It's not clear if Watson was called in to see one of these procedures or if he walked in on Freeman like a dumb teenager who didn't latch the door all the way but when watts saw freeman performing ice pick brain surgery unlicensed on draped without masks gloves just in his office is fucking incensed. He insisted that Freeman ceased doing any brain stabbing that he wasn't himself self apart of free watts partway shortly thereafter. Watts kicks open the door. What is this skulduggery see? He you can't let these kind of fights break up a friendship right here. You guys get off of me and stop doing brain surgery on dead. People always razzing this one always razz. It means that I spent from then on Freeman was lobotomy machine you perform as many as twenty lobotomies in a day keys. Says his patient's home in cabs an hour after the just been stabbed out of our pool. He won't mind. There's not enough brain damage to make Uber Pool appealing. That's not a that's not a car you want someone to lick the window either. And There's still no pee in the pool rule that saying that's still applies Uberpool. Thank you Freeman. Enjoyed the shock value that has lobotomies had add on others. He paused his procedures to take pictures on at least one occasion. His young son Frank Freeman helped him perform the procedure patients. This is this party mentioned. The patients undergoing this procedure. They were incapacitated by being shocked into stillness with act and Williamson. Frank wrote of his experience. Unlike Bring Your Son to Evil Dr Workday saying quote. I was there to hold the person's legs. Dow All went for a ride when he threw switched. Shit Opportunity Right there you could have done one of those surgeries outside of the had kid slip into the skull hole. You drill Israel in Coney island absolutely action park So Freeman became the lobotomy ambassador. After that he taught the Trans Orbital lobotomy to doctors not surgeons at dozens of hospitals across twenty three states while many doctors had reservations about the technique. They had more patients than they had. Options and Freeman was a consummate showman effective ambassador. He himself performed armed between three to five thousand lobotomies and was responsible for popularizing technique across the US which performed as many as fifty thousand of the process. How how to destroy that many brings today? You need a tick tock channel. So Hey tom what was the name of his speaking tour. I oh I don't know what the Hannibal Lecter Series I. The procedures often went very very poorly so more than once more than one time he did. This he wiggled his ice pick tool so hard it broke off inside the patient's brain. Oh she's in in front of crowds he would perform showboat lobotomies. Sometimes using to ice picks and both hands at the same time is doing fifty at a time blindfolded nine folded like Bobby Fisher Harlem globetrotters music gets.
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"The massive influx of terribly mentally ill soldiers overwhelming are asylums here at home so basket. Cracking remember Freeman was not a surgeon. Urgen so freeman enlisted the aid of his buddy a surgeon named James Watts to help them out right because if an untrained person did it chopping up people's brains might have negative consequences consequences. It could be unsafe so I love this so together. They practiced on Cadavers and they modified Monet's is technique a little bit while Monet's used as the wire scoop to take out melon baler cores MS patients brains scales these your doctor and have a tool called scuba. I'm sorry I l. of a salad though Freeman. Watts adapted the technique their methods involve drilling as many as six holes into their patient skulls. Then surgically severing the connection between tune the frontal lobe and the Thelma's because it was freemen's belief that the Thelma's was in charge of emotion and that mentally ill people had such uncontrollable powerful emotions. That their minds lines were unable to keep up and process them all their emotions were thus all the mentally ill could think about. So Freeman created technique to literally separate the emotional center of the brain from the Think-i bits from here on out. Things actually go from bad at too much much worse said like a guy with normal emotions. Well I need you. ooh hold an ice cream scoop over the stove. So let's talk a little something. We like to call apropos of nothing. Dr Watts Walter Freeman you old dog how are you. I'm good. I'm good cigarettes to mind if I do. So let's get right into it watts. Lots I'm thinking of developing a revolutionary new procedure are indeed. I am what if you could treat maladies of the mind by by removing moving. What the mind you know scoop out the bad bits? Just scoop them I see yes care for some steak. Then Oh oh yes. Thank you very much always. I was hoping since this is your area of expertise. You could show me where it is. What is then the brain? Oh Yeah it's up here in the in the skull up top the skull. Of course the human human body his marvel. I must say. Anyway what do you say. Want to scoop out some brains and see if it cures people. Why not? I'm in. Yes that a boise. A C around Freeman indeed and thanks again for seeing me while you're performing surgery not at all could have some more anesthesia. No Shut Yup. And we're back when we left off. We hadn't gotten all the medicine right like we have today. Don't think about it Tom. What does he confident professionals? At the top of their field do a freemen's new technique was called a lobotomy called by Freeman. WHO named it that? That's what he named it. His first patient was a housewife suffering offering from something called agitated depression and insomnia so no problem just Probably your brain part to talk to each other too much so freeman and watts scheduled for the first I ever frontal lobotomy. Freeman kept a journal so the patients last words before the procedure are part of his story now. According to his own journal the patients last last words before surgery were quote. Who is that man? What does he want here? What's he going to do to me? Tell him to go away. Oh I don't want to see him. She this was again followed by according to the doctor's own journal a scream. We use that like he's talking to assistant. Okay so the brain slicing is going great. Quick Question I read. Read it back to me right before the surgery. The Lady said get away from me. I don't want this screen. Hey Chuck why does your journal read like a lovecraft novel. Why is that all right? So here's how that first lobotomy was performed so I they drilled thrilled the aforementioned six holes into the woman's skull then they used a tool. They called a Luca thome which was inserted into the brain. Each of the six holes. The plungers depressed on the tool to extends out to wires from each side and the tool hold on. There's a plunger there's a plunge in my head. It's definitely making a slide whistle noise. Yeah it was making the noise when pacman hits a ghost is after the plunger is depressed in the wire spring out of this thing then they rotated around a bit and they place a brain core like ice core made of brain rain and the Freeman Watts. Incidentally they shared this work. meaning that at some point Freeman who was not a surgeon was like come on man let me have have a turn. And then what's let arguing over a BOP. It like squeezing they. They did a thousand of these things together on each one of them they shared the work. Am I only one. Who is shipping Watson Freeman like super hard right now? No you're not the FREEMEN's account. The surgery was a rousing success The patient survived for five whole years. Post surgery probably because they rinsed out her brain core holes with some sailing before stitching her head back up and her husband said the last five years with the best of her life because her entire eleven word vocabulary was unquote. These five years have been the best of my entire life like the baseline. She's comparing to his housewife in in the forty days so buoy by this single dubious entirely anecdotal success freeman. Watts went on a spree but now without making some refinements only a lucrative yup. No now gone. You'll be happy to hear. This heath gone was deluca to the dump that with its wire brain coloring thing and in was a tool they've fashioned which the Washington Post article I read describes as quote resembling a butter knife. They used more holes in the brain now and they enter the skull from the sides rather than you know top down guys. We're making this harder. It has to be and she looks like Gallagher. The comedian when we scoop it out ads. We're GONNA WE'RE GONNA cut open. The sides right as an improvement with butter knife so watts open a lucrative lobotomy. Practice as long as they get everyone to pay they still recognize what money is sure. Well they you're not wrong. They operated on just about anybody. Anybody who came in they even got an alcoholic lawyer roadscholar that they just found drunk a bar one Christmas eve for real. He's brought him in lobotomize them. Some patients had to lobotomize more than once. Because I guess they didn't like like butter knife their brains out just right and other patients just fuck it and died from it. Sorry want to go back to this. How was this lucrative? Were they taking taking money out of people's pockets after they did them because if they did this. 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"freeman" Discussed on Citation Needed
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A procedure which seemed like a very good idea for a very short time in which while the worst thing a doctor would do during the nineteen thirties and forties is at least on that list. Walter Freeman is an example of the incredible amount of damage that can be done by one person some with a lot of personality and ability to manipulate the press and some fervently held spectacularly dangerous ideas a lesson none of our listeners in the military needed to learn right now right like shame. This example wasn't available to us and twenty six cents. A Walter frame it was born in eighteen eighteen ninety five in Philadelphia. His grandfather was an accomplished. Civil war. Surgeon accomplished civil war. Surgeon generally means something like you know could remove limbs slightly faster than patients probably blood out but William's grandfather was like eighteen hundreds legit. He removed humor from the jaw of president. Grover Cleveland who survive survive long enough for history to forget about him. He was the president of the American Medical Association Even experimented with early forms of CPR. FREEMEN's father was a well regarded ordered ear-nose-and-throat doctors. So William Freeman may have felt some pressure to perform okay but let's keep this in perspective the early form of CPR was just punching. You Win the heart for having demons after graduating from what was then Yale. College in Nineteen Sixteen freemen went on to study a neurologist at the University of Pennsylvania Medical School notice here that I did not say surgery. He did not study that so icepick in that one for later went on on to further. Study Psychiatry Neurology in Europe and you're in a PhD in a rally from George Washington University. Yeah but back then. Defending these is basically the scene from. Rocky where Burgess is meredith made stallone catch a chicken with his bare hands not the prestigious so as as a young doctor. Freeman was appalled at the state of Care Giving US psychiatric patients. And here I have to say I agree with him on this. At this point in history the idea that psychiatric illnesses had had a biological base in the brain that was a radical idea at mental hospitals more commonly called asylums they offered ineffective barbaric treatments when they bothered to offer any treatments at all. These were more warehouses for the mentally ill than places where people had any hope of getting real care asylums offered as treatment long periods of forced restraint with manacles and straitjackets being pummeled by high pressure. Cold water being wrapped up and tied in a thick tights sheet and then submerged in. Were they witches or not far off the forcible removal of teeth and tonsils and intentionally infecting patients with malaria. And even more ineffective talk there and it was sexist to female patients. Were getting hand jobs from what I understand. But men had to live with hysteria. No hole and drywall is the male orgasm. I've told you all right. So Freeman was appalled at the wasted lives of the people can find to these asylums and he was similarly dejected and learning of the treatment options being offered heard he believed that the basis for psychiatric disorders lay in the brain and begin his early work with the most cutting edge treatments than available so one of these treatments. Was Insulin. Therapy the idea. Was this if you give someone that doesn't need insulin like our whole bunch of insulin. They will go into convulsions and lapse into a coma and hopefully hopefully not die after a while if they regained consciousness the thinking was that you had just reset their brain and so they are now cured. This of course was fucking nuts and didn't work at all and had more than a few drawbacks. Yeah several drawbacks. Nobody was like. Hey why don't we just beat people into comas and save the insulin. Because we actually have this is like. Did you try unplugging your router of the early nine so I think he's flooded keep hounding well we'll get to the JOE and they try to jump upstart people in a minute. Another Treatment Freeman tried was mattress all therapy and this thinking when something like this mental illness and epilepsy. Epilepsy could not coexist in the same person at the same time. I've got no idea how they got to that thinking but that was the idea so I noticed that none of the faces people make during the epileptic seizures are the like you know sad frowny face so I've got so the drug induces just fucking horrific seizures so we give somebody who is mentally ill. Metro saw. They have just like a whole shit ton of seizures. You would drive the crazy from them. This obviously didn't work and the seizures Metros all. They were so severe that one study found that fully forty three percent of the patients induced reduced into Metros all seizures fractured at least one of their vertebra while seizing. She's an God. The nineteen forties rightly when medicine was. Just try and shit out killing people boone. Going home to those people again used to treat this like a stuck to roar. Just hang up fucker in. It'll go back. It's fucking five in here. Exactly medicine to Freeman also looked into electroconvulsive. Therapy Arpey so easy. T- is actually still in use today. And what has its own troubling history and some promising and interesting things happening both currently and in related research relative to like deep brain stimulation stimulation. Suffice it to say here that in Freemen's early career. Act was basically like jamming a fork into the socket while the patient held it under their tongue young and then hoping you accidentally fried the right part of their brain in addition to all of their childhood memory so like better than the insulin and the Metros all but still angry. I'm going to tell you guys as with Seti and Ketamine turning out to be like amazing treatments for depression in recent years. I think we should put more scientific research into the possibilities of boil down cough syrup like I've got to be honest. Premeditated Malaria sounded veteran. Freeman is still on the lookout for the the Holy Grail of psychiatric fixes. So he attended a conference in London. We observe demonstration of chimpanzees whose frontal lobes have been surgically damaged. The chimps were docile astle and inactive. Exactly how we wanted our mental patients so one of the attendees at the Conference Not Freeman actually but a guy in a gas Mooney is. I've probably terribly mispronounced. I went back home to Portugal and began immediately experimenting using this technique on mentally ill patients in his charge. Okay the chimps. They were just like damaged damaged in general. Why wouldn't they try to more specific than just damaged their brains and some guys like I? I don't know fuck it up and see what happens. So when Freeman heard about Monet's he thought well fuck it. I guess if it's good enough for the Portuguese and a couple of chips it's good enough for.
"freeman" Discussed on Geek My Kids Podcast
"Yeah well it seems I've been thinking a lot about this since you know we had I talked about me helping you with social media and I still want to contribute to the group in some way and I just haven't figured out how what that's going to be yet but I know that that's what I wanna do that I want to contribute to the group in a way with like maybe the email thing is something that I need to tackle or you know because I have right okay Oh yeah yeah yes yeah okay their house like a podcast or call Michael yes well I wonder I mean if you could if we have a group thing if we get the deal was nailing down the in these times right because everybody's schedules different Yeah Yeah you should ask them what you should just say you should put it out there like what are you like if you wanna come visit like what is that like they can look at airlines and be like well this time of year I can get a better deal than this time of year right like summertime always going to be super bad but what about like in the fall or spring us one is the podcast marathon okay uh-huh oh my gosh gosh don't make them pay don't don't do donations make him pay yeah no oh my gosh so like what would it take be able to make money while you're podcasting that's the biggest thing like what would it take Yeah Yeah Yeah that's true you should be driving that is okay oh my gosh okay yeah right that's awesome operate okay that's also so like mail chimp does that Okay also Oh yeah we'll I would see and I've been thinking a lot about this since I talked about me helping you with social media and and I still want to contribute to the group in some way and I just haven't figured out how what that's going to be yet but I know that that's what I WANNA do that I want to contribute to the group away with like maybe the email thing is something that I need to tackle or you know because I have right okay so yeah yeah yes yeah okay hey there wendy freeman are good hey there on windy freeman and I host a podcast double page.
"freeman" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"So morgan freeman morgan freeman morgan freeman he you know there's a lot of different that different things we're gonna talk about with morgan freeman about what the women are saying how many of the nar the allegations what he's saying is he being honest to being serious one of the biggest things that i have for you in this whole thing is how people are how many people are afraid to speak out against him there's so many people that still are afraid to say anything about him yet once again everybody seemed to know what was the one of the things we said well yeah you know at least it's a soothing voice when he harasses you right i'm morgan freeman man look up your skirt well at least at least it's got a soothing voice okay we're going to get into the details we're going to talk about the stars i'm going to name them who were right there when stuff happened it didn't do anything and there's and guess what they're saying now nothing now one thing all you're gonna hear all the different people it's not just actors and actresses and people behind the scenes it's reporters in the media reporters who've been sexually harassed by this guy by air call them dot because he's played a lot right democrats predicted a blue wave what wipe out republican control of congress in this year's midterms that blue wave is starting to evaporate and i've got the three ways the.
"freeman" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused
"Martin freeman is in my office we're playing games associated with my silly board of new yorkers because why not we're not shoulder yokes because there's a lot of names on their their loss i'm what's good is you know all of them or one those all of them they're all proper names early and you can almost make them out from my third grade writing is it sadly to try to occasionally devoted little effort and just pretend to be an adult but what how many lights how many of those people if you're going to be on this yeah or yeah if you would tell me because there's no please how those people do you think you have had some point across on all crush on k that's the fair amount and there's a fair amount yes there are people i have very low standards and these hi this is ski would give up my wife and a second yeah kevin kline mean it's littered with great name yeah we're proud city yeah as you should be it's a very good city this city a lot i'm so pleased to have you here today key to push the good word on two of your lovely new films especially considering i thought there might be some illwill considering one of the women talk that many times but we did have one infamous encounter in which i you reminded me of this shocked by your memory in which i made you play mary kill with hobbit because came in and met you nice to meet you know we've met before you're that guy number.
"freeman" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused
"I think it's one thing and it turns into something else mark martin is not necessarily the lead in the film but he plays a very pivotal surprising interesting role highly recommend this film it's getting it's already gone great reviews thanks to its release back in the uk and it's now out here in the states so trust the reviews this one's a special little surprising film for horror fans or suspense fans got a great style of a bit of a good sense of humor to it and martin freeman so that's goes stories check it out anyway as i said martin freeman couldn't have been more awesome this guy is funny he smart he acknowledges we talk a bit about like sort of his reconciliation with celebrity and the downside to that but you know in a very like knowing way he's the first to admit that these are problems that are not in the top one thousand problems for human being but i was all the more delighted that we had this kind of great conversation considering i know press in his favorite thing to do but i you know just a good just smart guy talented guy and really open an interesting in this in this chat so if you can't tell already on the new president of the merlin freeman fan club and i have a feeling he will be not be a stranger to this podcast hopefully in the future as always my solemn reminder to you in exchange for this wonderful free content for your eyes and ears mostly your ears if you're watching the podcasts you're probably doing it wrong is to spread the good word go and i tunes rate review subscribe it means a lot and we've been looking at you reviews we've started to dabble and having some celebrities read reviews from time to time that will continue so there's a little bit more incentive for you write a nice little review and who knows a big time.
"freeman" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused
"The today on happy second fused martin freeman on sue films cargo and ghost stories plus the office the hobbit and much more hey guys i'm josh horowitz welcome to another dish happy sad confused we love our brits around here you guys know an anglophile you know i love these guys and well add martin freeman to the list i mean i already knew i love martin freeman but my gosh and the next hour i think you're gonna you're gonna hear a love affair begin great this is such an awesome interview conversation really i mean we really clicked and had a blast and of course we all love martin freeman from his various amazing different incarnations in his career he he's had first came to fame of course in in the office and he will always be linked to that show and it stands the test the time i could watch that show over and over again but you know count the hobbit films hitchhiker's guide all the way up to and including his club rations edgar wright and simon pegg he's appeared in all three of the cord netto trilogy most notably in the world's end and now into new films two new films for your eyes and ears he's bringing cargo which is a stabling on netflix may eighteenth check that out it's post apocalyptic tale poise a dad taking care of his child and really extreme circumstances it's definitely a tense thriller sort of thing and also this great film called ghost stories which is now out in select cities like theaters also in vod this is a great film a really surprising interesting horror film recalls the kind of horror the hammer horror of the past it takes twists and turns kind of begins as a story about a debunk er a guy that's kinda debunking paranormal activities and you think it's.
"freeman" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review
"Just light i'm sorry quite nice to me i'm to taught hanes well for us today crews thank you so much thanks for listening next friday to clock we have been bailey smith and we'll be calling will be here with special guest hottest token at rampage and shift foam of the week moving early twenty beats per minute now we go this has been something production for bbc radio five live thank you so much that was this week's show i hope you enjoyed morgan freeman and emily blunt as much as we'd it absolutely she's awesome yeah i'm one of those situations after interviews i just wanna lean over and be like would you like to be my friend way put it out that proposal yes mentally martin freeman just a dude right let's do tv movie of the week showy here are some suggestions from our wonderful listening to what you might pick louise tim kenyans says my pick force blood terrific movie which raised questions about how society treats returning veterans and highly treat each other very impressive turn by stallone two clicks pick twenty eight days later genre boffin grueling survival movie shot beautifully finley mcivor great name easy choices week this us initiative jason james barth corridor but ford is an under appreciated muster apiece easily brought pits best performance in a movie for best results worked on a double bill with hawks red river david green says could hardly sit and watch any of this less but howard hawks john wayne equals must see tv sean fogarty says tossup between moonstruck in twenty days later the former is the room done right funny sweet side and his fantastic well written performed and has so many brilliant scenes.
"freeman" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review
"Just i quit it just defies quick one from ju to sixty lucky enough to watch a quiet place at a preview screening on monday afternoon i loved it i went into expecting a horror fest with mechanical put on a reliance on sing simple jumped scenarios what i was creed with with something much more complex an intriguing moved along at a nice pace and with sustained eight of threat and tension the needle picking up from the stairs left me paranoid through and i thought this physical terror mix in tuscon stor was done so so well fibrous right and still to come on other arab film conversations including reviews off clarisse where we guys stories we've got love simon hundred twenty beats per minute so much stuff plus my conversation with martin freeman and you can still get in touch please email us at mayo bbc code k or of course you can text us eight five five eight jude gordon that was your email thank you very much that is clear edith in from consignment and a few just joined us you've missed interview with emily blunt but don't panic it'll be in the pulled cost available after the show still to come martin freeman talks about ghost stories but didn't even talk about emily blunt did we she's great shortened version of it she's incredible amazing yeah holloway wait for that so excited by that for me to where should we start reese yeah we've got guys stories love simon hundred twenty beats a minute wonder struck and thoroughbreds to get through i don't restart with love simon do it so this has been out in the us for a couple of weeks and is really been having quite a significant impact there and i think seeing it now i absolutely understand why it's by greg berlanti who's known more for his tv work he did green arrow tepa supergirl riverdale winnie probably tv shows that no one listening watches but they good in the popular and it's very much an oprah hollywood rum calm but the difference is is that the protagonist simon who's played by nick robinson who was in drastic while that might be why people are him as a closeted gay.